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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ready with for the Goods Fall Business! You am. invited (o como and look through our complete stocks, nnel bpc what we can do for you in supplying you season's wunts. Whether to buy or only to look, yon urn welcomes here. Lovely Things among the Dre9s Goods Never before have we shown such n1nr�e raiiR* of Fnahionnhle Fabrics for Costumes and 8uits in shades of brown, blue, grt-en, grtys. wine and black. Then ojpiiii, j��r priere in Lhe city on t'Vldny and Hntunlay on their way to l.ncoinlm. whom they will reside. .1. II. Shearer, who returned from tho enst n few days ago, becdum of his health, has gone to Tfllior l" reside. He is entering tt. t'. Wallace's In w-rtflU'e. Mayor tl. W. Croon, of Hnymond, was In thi- city on Mondny nnd Wednesday on li if* way to ami from tin* Alliertn MnnlripnlHIes Convention nt Medicine llnI. II. Davison is expected in n few days from liOnminRton. Knglnml. to take up n position as tailor with K. W. Kingston with whom lie formerly worked for two yearn in Hertford. F.nglnnd. The Ijcthbrldgc Implement Co. have deposed of n round iht/fti gasoline threshing machine engine*. Three of them remained In t*Hhbrindcnt .1. S. IJiwronce of Medicine lint were In this oily Wedm-mlay morning. Aid. Oliver, Aid. Cunningham nnd City F.nginrcr Arnnlii vere in nit end nmv nl tin-' Alhortn MtmirlpnliUos Convention nt Medicine Hot on Tuesday anil Wednesday an reprevnta-t.vos from the city (tf l^thlirirtuc. Tlio Trusts unci QunrantPn appointed Administrator of the es late of the late David C Smart, who died on August ITlh last, at Crossflold, Alia.. leaving �n eslnte amounting to over 910.000 The entertainment put on at the lliloit Then I iv is attracting larger crowds than ever. Standing room is often nl a premium. Manager Stev-ens is putting on a wries �f di-cidod- alcd sum, nnd llml these Mums being rung In would make the total exceed amount arranged for. Al times when money was source the city should do without things that it had done enough without previously. The chairmen, hi' explained, should ninko their estimates and utiok in them and not add to them at each council meeting. The city engineer recommended that tlvo sidewalk in the 'North Ward he hliitt along the south side of Itcdpnth St. across Westminster lload. then north to Klondyke St. amiss the track. This route cost S4H.Y Tlv other route down Ford to Ashnn:id| St. cost *i)fll). The council adopted J lha recommendntion. The Itogors-Cuntiinglmm I iim�er Co. got the contract for lumhor U r the city being $5T lower than the next tender. Win. Oliver and K. Ad-otns put in the other tenders. C. F. V. t'onylieare wrote asking the city�to buy out the water main to his residence, which he had put in at bis own expense. The council asked the secretary to prepare a statement of (he amount owing to Mr. Cony-hearo nnd th revenue derived from the residences along thai main. K. I'. Hy In nils, manager of the Hudson's Hay Co., wrote asking Urn! Hie crossing w^'st of their at ore Is-fixeil. The council staUil that an the crossing had been made as tt is by contractors who built the Mud-son's liny Co. building, the company should fix the crossing. The engineer was asked to ptvpnro a report ns to the cost of it ptl>e line (ci the Isolation Hospital. The engineer advised thnt the cost of potting a stiver up Rcdpnth St. would lie *Hf�T. The council de-ciilril 4o order the work done at one.v The provincial government asked for a plan of the city showing the water main* ami sewer plp-s. * The engineer was asked to prepare these at his leisure. The city solicitor will tie asked to prepare a statement of tin- arrangement of lights nnd other evidence in connection with the death of W. l>. Whitney's horse in the sewer-ttvnrh. for which he claims damages. The city solicitor wrote objecting to the provisions asked by the C.I'. It. for the privilege of puuing water pi|x>s under their tracks. The Co. wants to make the city liable for all damaves ami to agran of Coleman was Big or Little Shavers may find it of interest to look over this list of recent nrrivnls : "Uetn" Safety Kazort Oillelte " " nnd ext. blades "King Cutter" Razors Baker's Carbo-Mngnetic Razors Stevens' Fine Surgical Steel Rn/, Torrey's Patent Stropping Mnch's Shaving Brushes. 25c to 92.5U Strops. 2�c. to $:{.IMl each Shaving mirrors, soaps, sticks, spirit stoves, fnce lotions and talcum powders, for use after shaving. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. FftSBilyatul Ditpsosing Chemists re Alex. in In on 1 Vide> looking up idd 'l,nn.\ Mrs Kcl:rite.in, wits in the city on Alondnv. The basement of the lluptist Tnh ernaele ha� now been Uvn put In good shattc nnd will hebronght into use on Monduy evening at the Young I'eoplo's SiH'lul. The rain and mud hist Sunday pre venied Hev. Win. lU'id from going to  North Ward. However, all being well nevt Sunday, he will conduct servlcu in P. Knno'h hotiNe. AM arc invitod. Noll AtcCheo who hut. Iieen ill the city during 'the summer left on* work on Saturday nnd weal to Coleman on Monday evening. Ho returns east for>thn winter but anticipates coming buck to Sunny Alborta next spring A. K. Kirkpntrick, general manag er of iho United Guarunttvi and Ac cidont Co. was in the city on Tuns day. Mr. Kirkpatrick who is iho son of tho Into Lieutenant Coventor Kirkpatrick ol Ontario is an old fnlend of J. U. Iliginliotham. \i tht- close of the Rvi'vioa on Sun tho service on Sun-luy evijiiing the citizens of Diamond City showed their appreciation of his work in it very tangible fashion when K.. J H't.vnoids in tho name of the onilr popiilutioii hiinrli'd nvt.r to .Air. Mt: Klnnoit a pocket book containing one hundred dollars. All his ptirishinn ars donply regret his departure and >S|Uh him wull In his college enroer Mrs. K. .1. Hill will hereafter rcUn on the fourth Thursday. Mrs. K. \V. Kingston is very seriously ill, a nurse being in attendance* day and night. Mr. nnd Mrs. C W. Kohlnson ainl Master .lim have returned from their holiday trip lo Cowley. P. \V. Ilailey of Calgary, formerly of l)h� Herald stud, is spending a few days in the city. II. II. Mule, teller nt ihe t'nion Hank, Ik leaving for Calgary to nik.i the same posit inn in 'the branch thetu II. M. Mills of Moose .law is his sin-censor. Mrs. W. Itotsiord, who has been visiting her son. vY- llotsfonl, and grandson. Master Itufus, r�>turnetl on Tuesday morning to her hoine, Aln-hei'Htburg, Out. In the accounts of the wedding ni olborne. On1.. of Miss .lean Louise ami Mr. .1. II. U. Ihuisen of Wetaski-win, Alia., it is recorded that II. Morton .I ones, of l^lhbridge, played the wedding music. Hev. M. ilergh, of Calgary, of the Scandinavian HnptiHt Church is expected 'lo hold service in the lluptist Tabernacle nt 4.l.*i Sunday afternoon \ll Scandinavians niv invited to nl. tend. Hev. Dr. Hold. ,lohn�ton. pastor of the American Presbyterian Church, Montreal, w^ts in the city on Tues- day nnd spent a busy day renewing acquaintances with former parishioners from Lindsay. London, unit .Montreal. Geo, It. Murphy of Washington, l>. C, American 'Consul-C.cnernl at largo was in tile city on Monday looking over the affairs at the ollice of tho local American Consul. C. n. Itow-mnn. It goes without saving liuil he found everything correct to date. ijiHt Friday was the 1 fith day of September. A traveller, luteal ou going to CardBton that morn ing, was at the stntion but when he snw the locomo tive bearing its ntimlmr 2!l. he was heard to remark, "This is Friday, tho 18th. and tho engine is No. *J!l Thtyt la too much for mo. I'll not go to Cardston this morning." nnd he didn't. Miss Hen in r.'turuecl on Saturday nl�bt from Coiitts where she spent a few days. Mark llallowny oiv of the oldest old-lim.-rs of Pincher Creek was in j the city on Tu-ndny. j Lieut. Percy Shaw hns Iieen very] III with pneumonia at the Call Ibm pKnl but Is tifiivcrlng al presi'iil. Mrs. C. f. t'raug and the childn-u have returned from a holiday spent with Mrs T W. Crofts, on the ranch. X. K. Suddnhy ivturned on Tuesday from a duck hunting cxpodition south of U-thbriilge. lie t reports game plentiful.-lernie Vvi^' I*H>ss. ! Mr. Charity Mair. acting agent at tin- immiur.itin hall, slipped on a' frosty walk yesterday morning, anil sprained an ankle.-Calgary Daily News | It. A. Wright, oi Ivihhridg". was in tovn litis w�-k on luisiness. Mr. I C. C Wright, whu is holidaying at j Medicine ll.it. is very ill- Cernie ' Free Press 1 Mr. gnd Mrs A. .1. Link announce J the engagement of their daughter1 Margaret, to Ferdinand .lames t'lif. j ford. The wedding will take place! the lirst wek on their way to the Circle | Hunch, to look after their cattle in-1 'tercHlH th.'re. They are considering selling olV their entire stock of about ten thousand head. Clint Mi-Donald has bought out Mr. ' Smith:* fruit stand and will move the same to the store room now oc-J rupied by W. II. Wilson, as �oon us the latter moves into his' new building. Mr. .McDonald will then open up a full line of tobaccos andcigars in connection with his Iruit line.-t'ran-brook Herald. Dev. |.\ W. McKinnon, who has been preaching nt Diamond City, Karnes Mines, and Xewlands, left (in Tuesday niorniu;r 'to nttend the Hap-t.ist ci'llege theie during the winter. Mr McKinnon was very successful as a piv.irhet and drew congivgatitiiiK botli at Di.unoMil City and Xewlands which a v��"d of soli. Ont. An exchange Informs its King Street Church, of which Hev. j llughson Is pastor, has ordered fifty i *>tK of folding chairs to hnlp nccoin-� inodat,- the overflow lim rongivgn-i thins. Tho same |W|ht glvi>s Mr. : Huglison'K Uibor unv M-rition in full. RE^PECTri/LLY, The City Council. The City Kathern niM in conclave on Monday evening, .\|d Wae liable for any dnmage done by the t'ompn-ny to lh.> pl|s>s. The Solicitor had communicated with the Calgary elty solicitor nnd was informed thnt the Cntirnry council bad agreed |�>nding the decision of the Hailway Commis iiion to whom the mutter had tiecn referreil. The council decided to lay the matter over for the lime The city secretary treasurer was asked to prepare n statement of the amounts vnl>t�d for the debenture, ami a special meeting of the rount'il will l�e held early next w�vk to consi dor Ihe sulimittimr of the delxmlure to the (teople. Tlie fo!,low,ng accounts were ordered pn ill. ; Win. Tnjlor ........................S U..V.' the Council cnncornint! the su|ieras-Keasinent on lots in Hiork nil and t\:, near which no |1M-iil Improvements hud IxN-n mad,.. .Mayor explain- ed that live siiiierassessincnt had nothing n> do with local improvements of any sort, being levied solely because land was vacant. L. M Johnston,, ,|,, solicitor of the petitioners for ,n early-closing by-law. asked concerning "s f"te. When he was informed that Hie by. I Western Still inuerv t'o. :i.n.-, .'1(1 il.R0 2T.il5 il.lo 8..mi 2d. .V, Second Consignment of Underskirts tmr somk pointers Stocking Ni't with Moriette Flonnco Silk Warp with Silk Flounce ASSOKTKD COLORS mul BLACK MOREEN at G. H. Johnston's Western Stationery (' wutei 1 'J'tl sr. .">> i 1 .Mi I j 1.2.-. I id. I .no .'(.no to n A. Southard .......... C I". Comer ............ C Harding ............ W. .1 Phnir ........... Wet.tern Transfer Co The charge for F. Hopkins to deliver water to thus,, who havo not waterworks connect ion l was reilui'.'d from S.'.O In S'J.'i al month j The school authorities will be ask-j ed to rt.sume lire drill at the schools'. City F.ngineer C. M. Arnold wasi law hud liwai killwi |,e asked if there! appointed n delegate to the Conven-j was any possibility of hrinsing the j Hon of tho T'nion of Alhortn Mimicl-: matter up again He lielinved that | pal.i'ties held in Medicine Hat on Tiles j the ilillli'iillies ,f t|,0 |,vvioas by-law day nnd Wednesday, Mayor Cal-j could lie overcoin... | "rnith. the delegate previously ap-j fie will be notified tlud 111'" council | pointed, was unnbfe to attend Ald-i is prepared t�, reconsider the early- | Oliver and Cunningham wciilm1 ofliceH in the Ol iver BlocK, - Room � Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come it fid si'*' the fjunoiiB MagraUt land, now on ihe market. \\V have? also n few choict* 8fcttons in Warner district. T. S. McKENZlE, Local Manner. closing by-law. ' i\ p. Kroning applied for position: on th�' city polieo force. He 'mN linen j in the Vancouver police force for ( lliivi- years. The appllf"'1''"" wns j ferrod lo tho p4�|Ue t-onimittw. I |', II. Wilson, the V. H- * 1 land] comptrollor, wx-,,te that tho Co. | vvoiilil grant the ,ity th right of �'">' nn,k t'u't portion of Haroness Hand that switches off to Ford St. Tin? Council replied altering p-pee along lht� rigid of way Hm| , portion of the diagonal road in return f claimed tha' when arriiliffB�M>ntN'�"ere mndo for loans from the Hank of Montreal it was for � certain ostlin- er delegates appointed. I Nov. .1. S. Chivors was nvvardeiK the prize for the design for the city's) coat of arms. Two desigils were sub-J mitted. The one most favored by the council had for its rent nil figure | a circle with "The City of l^'th-| bridge 1800-11107" in the outer eir- , cle. The interior was divided into) three parts with a steer, a miner'sj pick, and a sheaf of grain in them.; Above the circle was n royal crown. | | lVdoiv is a scone representing the ir-j rigntion head-gat en. liehls. railroad i track, the river, and Diamond City j on the other side. In the distance i were the mountains and the pass. J j llelovv was a streamer bearing tlief | words "Ad Occasionis Jauuam," 1 Which in ordinary language means '"At the fiab'ivay of opportunity'' | The other d.-sign is a sluielil divided | into live sect inns showing a grain field, a train, a sl.�'r. a shcal' of grain, and the miner's pick. a either side a miner and a fnriiiei' are' standing. Above is the ro.val crown > lind below the same motto. j The designs submitted by St. U ' nysius Convi'iii and the assistant si-c-1 rotary treasurer of the city received s|x>rlul attention. Aid. Bowman's generous offer brought forth many clever designs and as u result of tha compel! ion the All tlm latest Novi-Uiwin TRIMMED AND UNTRTMMED HATS! An* mm'(in disiilay CliiMron's wpnr u specialty. L. & J. McLEAY Ritlpatli Strcot. lit V arms I ion. vv ill correct ha vi �ilgll , out a ml s�(,'g'' |.-(i|; S \l.i: US ()\\ M'.|! An\ inn t of Sit 'J. Town .", UniuV is, on terms nnd m ciii price. Tin* land is live from rocks and is level (loud class and as it js n.-ei Ne" l>a.vion where land is selliutt �' much higher prices, it js , ,-h�|iv Iniv f.'o nnd s.....i'. then make me lilt ollei \ |;. Iliiiinen, i.'iwj Siido Ave. H)-L'(l-,'i-li) Simkaiie, Wash. IIDIIX PAHHY-()n Saturday, September 1 + lo the wife of II. M. Perry, chiej of police, a sou. lillAII \AI-tin Monday, liilh. lo Mr. iind Mrs ham. a daughter. September J. F. ftra- Af IV WtO'S lilsTKSIPKIL LI.VIMKXT I'VIWS FOll SALR. For Sale--A corresfipudence oourM In good school. Owner uiiahlo to go on-with It. Apply toHusO, Herald OttlCB. ;