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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 26, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta  sX:' Ready mth the Go.(iO. 9.00 auTa-ter>rw|>rsfl^. In Time of Many artidesvafe required, such aa Bad Pans. 'Hot Water Bottles, Syringe*, Thjormometers, Ice Bags, Invalid Coahibna, Medicine Glass-es. Toilet Piaper, Sick Feeders, Crutches, ^SDajngM, Disinfectants; etc., etc. WoMeiliiiidqttarterB for all aick iOBui^i|^>tM#B^: th friends in the city; Mr. and Mrs. R. .1. Oordon have mttirn��l from a holiday a>t the Water ton I^oN. IIOItN.^M'atklhs, on Sunday, Sapt. aSnd, to Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Wat-kins,- a son. The ensagoment is announced of Miss aenovievo; }v�s, daughter of the lat� Mr. ThaddeusO. Ives, and Mrs. tvcs, formerly of Compton, to Mr. n. P. Wannc, ItC.L., of Taber, Alberta, formerly of-Coat'icook. The marriage will vtako place the latter part of this mon'tliL. Miss Ives is a iiiator of Albert E. lies, of this city. Mr. Wm. Rutherford and family ana now occupying the Esplanade residence recently purchased from Mr. D. McLean. The huHtm formerly occu pied by Mr. Rutherford has been tak on by Mr. J. W. Martin, Inspector of Land Offices.' Mrs. Martin Is being visited by her siM&r, Miss Edith Al-gio, of Wingham,' Ontv-Blodicine Hat News. ' ' W. R. Dobbin, a prominent Loth-bridge rotil estate man was in the city yoaterday. , ilw feports fine wither in his district now and sa}-s that only ten per cent, of the crop was uncut before the storm took place.^ As high/aa 83 tvnts was paid for winter wheat thene last week. In the inmiediato Aiieinity of Lethbridgc there hnn not bcs^ 4ny frost. Mr. Dobbin, is enthusiastic over the prosr pects ol Ijetbbrtdge. ' It is growing Very rapidly. At prasent man.v men are at work building the abutments for the mammoth.new C.l'.R. bridge over the lleliy Rivei-.-Edittonton Uul iiPtin. F. S. Lcfflngwell of Warner was in the city jwsterdny. . Provincial Woed Inspector A. Mit. chcll wos in the city 5-cstcrdny. Olendowcr'Allen the real estate agent of PinchcT City waii in the city yesiterdny. J. Miicticth of the local Bank or Montreal stalT has been transferred to Urandon, Man. C. C. Wright the Fcrnic jeweller, brother of R. A. Wright of Lpth-bridge, is in the city. Neil McPhec, of Smith Bros. & Wilson left on Monday night for his home in Ontario. 'He will return in this spring. D. McPhcc of Coicnian spent Sunday in the city arid assisted in the sarvices in the liapltiKt Tabemacl,�- Dr. Ceo. iliVton of Ilcgina. head veterinary insiiecior for Alberta and Saskatchewan is in the city today on professional business. Ed. Driscoll, of Drin>�ton's Corners, Ont.. has arrived-in home (Of C. .lohnson. On Tucwia.y ewning he gave an illiistrnt'ffd lecture in the Tabernacle. W. II. Robsnn, the local archaeologist, on Sunday disco\ jury. W. O, Davis of Cout.ts was in the citj' on Mondoy.- Mr�i. H. Tcnnant of (Joutts wos in the city .yesterday. Rev. Martin llergb returned to Cat garythis morning. 1. Donnnn has returned from his trip to IreJand. R. II, Ilucktcy'or Hweet Orass was in rhe city on Monday. .fohn Cliipman of Magrath was in the cit.v on Blomkty and Tuesday. Clarence W.^^Lowtber has been appointed brand inspector vice Geo. Fraser, resigned. J. Reid i�tumed on Monday's local from jCalgnry wheaoerlie had :gone to see the laerosas gaow. C. F, Motorly, the ir. 8. Sustoms Officer at .Sweet Orass spent yesterday in*the cit.y. Mrs. it, H. Waliker > has returned from lDk�ter, Man., where she was visiting .or four montiw. O. K. Shaw and wife roturnsd on Tuesday night from.an extendefl visit to Shcrbrooke, Que; \ : H. S. Fnsnch, cditot' of the Mac-Jood Gazette was in ine city on Saturday and again on Tuesday. 'Gilbert P. Ashe of Coutts returned tlirough the city after shipping a train load of cattle to Winni|icg. .W. .F. Johnston, assistant postmaster at Mcdicim? flat, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. It. May. The school board has ^givcn author-ity to Ib'Ulmasiter K. Oxiand to start the drills nt the public schools this week. �, � Mrs. .1. GoihI of Stelticr wos in th� city on Tuesday on her �ay to f'ardston a-hore she formerl.v lived. > John Iluyilen purchased last week a tbom of Perchcron oiares from Geo. Fertig, of Bowville, the consifloration b^iig �600.00. Fi C. Cooke has sold his reHtdence onfllcdpaih street; to Wi llardy. .\ It. A 1. station agent, Ihrough the II. Maclieth agency, , , W. fl. Davis of Sweet Grass bus purchased the residence of A. C. Mesaer on Crnbb, St. The H. Macbeth Agency put tli^rou|{h the deal. Manager Henderson of the Steam Laundry is conatantly increasing and improving his staff and is turning oait work in a creditable manner. Mayor Oriesbach apeat Saturday in Xethbridge while on his way back fron|_ the Union of ^Atherta Municipal ities'lConvention rly man nam ed Robert illopkins. died while at his emplo.vaient in Nobel's Explosives Factory, Stevenson, this morning. '-Ueicomplaincd aliout a pain in^his heald and immediately after coltafiKd. t^l dieat many found it impossible to find time either to come themselves or to prepare exhibits for the exhibi-its. However, what was lacking in quantity was^ fully made up in qual- The exhibit; of heavy dcnught horses was particuiariy gootL The people of Magrath ara greot Percheron fanciers and that class was exceedingly �*>11 filled. .It, W. Bradshaw's Malgenest, which took the prizes at Lethbridge took first prize and the swoepstal�M. This is probably Ihc first time in Canada that a Percheron bias taken the sweepstakes over the Clydesdale. In the Percberons .1. F. ll^dshaw took second and L. Ilarknr second, in the stallion, class. E. liode^'s Clyted ns being eminently fait: Tlie exhibits of cattle, ijheep and swino were not very large but vfciv of good (|iiulity. Next to the horse exhibits, the eels, caulitiowers, cabbage, and potatoes were such Vhat even gariieners of the "Garden Cit,y" were proiid of them. v The display of ladies' work was full,v up to the high standard set by the ladies of Magrath at previous fairs. They arc noted for their skill in ,f|^ney w^ork as well as' for domes tic products as bread and dairy produce. . NOTES R. W. Bradshaw's string of l*ercb-crons came in for a great deal of iid-miration from the judges and the crowd. Malgonest, the big three year old is a particiilorly fine animal In show condition he weighs 31.'i0 pounds, and has been' a fref|uent prize winner in France before he was imported this summer by his present owner. Nicol, another of Mr. Bradshaw's importations, has been sold to the Mclntyre raiich. He was the winner of the gold cup at the Ijcth br'.dgc fair. In conversation with the Herald mani A. Patterstm, the judge, --ex-prefiS.:.d a profound' admiration for R. W. Bradshaw's French coach horse remarking that he was an almost per fect'horsi?, ahd, that he will be a valuable animal for the breeding of carriage horses in Alberta. The fair committee siieni this year over fOOO in cattle .sheds ami n poul try-house. Thoj- nro necessarily of a somewhat temporary nature as the association intend using their ground across (ho track as soon as they can secure a crossing tiver the A. II. & 1. railroad tracks. One of the most interesting, features of the exhibition was the display of children's work, some of which was \-cry clevi.r. A little wagon, coni-plcta in all particulars, made with 11 jack'-knife by little Harold Merkley who is only four years old, deserves siiccial mention. The children made the work which included the quilts, doilies, dolls' and children's clothing, rafla work, and cooking which tH(j.v-| sold, the proceeds going to their Primary organization. Full-sized and niatiii�d apples, homo-grown, were to lie seen at the Magrath fair. Fine big �yellow Trans-i parents and Winter Parmanes wore on exhibition and A. O. Rich nssuitid the Herald that thoiv) are a dozen other varieties that will roach tlie same state of tx>rfuelion in this country. I.ovi Ilarkcr is the president of the Ma.^rath .\gricultuiul Society and a bettor one would lie hard to find. In fiict, when the iteoplo of }ilagrath want a man to fill a ivsponsiblu position they always choose Mr. liar, ker, knowing that ho noxer fails Uhem. At pro.soni ho is the bishop of Magrath ward nnd was ivccntly ehscled the first inaj'or ol the town. The bishop lis not an office seeker and his honors nro thrust upon hiin. The voiTcert in the evening was u 'decided success. Two choirs came from Cardston to enter the choir coni|)et!tion nnd Prof. J. Geo. Harper of Ijethbridge, the judge, had a difficult task in deciding among the compotitors. Stum|) si>eeches by local orat^ors. gave gloiving. accounts of the futuiw of Magrath. The othei-numbers of the programme were equal IjT enjoyabia. TMAT IT 15 SUCH A PttIL KNOWING -niAT YoCi HAVE" JOH^W i LOUDLY THIN6X ropuroHmmiE morninc. ONrFEELS JoCONPIOENT fiNO so co^roRTAdLe buster brown ^LCEP NOT RErilEJttUULi/NLWi WE^ /;( KNOW THE MORNIN6 JUNJHINE Wl^ . ^RIN(i \J3 JOY. KZST WELL AND Ydt/ , . 7 ^ WILL WORK 5ETTE11. WE CAN 5CLL^ YOU CLOTHED, ALL KfHD^-OUTER AMD UNDER, WHICH WILL PLEASE YOU 56 WELL YOU WILL HATE TO TAKE THEM Orr, AND WHEN YOU PUT THEM ON IN THE MORNING YOU WILL NOT-5E ASHAMED To 60 TO TO YOUR WORK. Ribbed Underwear for Men, �U wool, I. at $1.75 per suit. RESPECTFULLY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Pron^ Dtliviry 33 Giving up one line, addii^lMiMtthei Beginning Now, Ending IQct. 12th a. R JOHNSTON will sell at a SPECIAL DISCOUNT for CASH Men's Reefera 4.S0 tor 2.00 � 76 for 2.00 Pants 2.00 for 140 3.25 for 2.35 Suits 10.00 for 6.75 Men's FanryVeits 3.00 for 2.r0 " Wfitorprabfs 5.60 for 3.50 �.60 for 1.50 Boys' Reefm, 3.75 for 2.85 " 350f6rt,50 AMortmcAt of MM*t Vctit for 99c. EmK. Mpn'sEVIt Hats 1.75 for 1.15 2i5Q fbr 1 85 This line is especially large and well assortttl.: Men's Caps in Tweed, Cloth and Imitation Fur, Shirts for working;, chnrch and balls. Collars, Tirs, etc. Why do wc Aawrlitc this Solt f Exiierience has taught us that one line of ap-0*\aiB goods ^ is better than many poorly assorted. Men have-taken onr store as being devoted solely to ladies'goo|�ly of homc-niudc hoot.s nnd shoes (lin-t. l�io){ good enough to put factory niiuU; footwear Ow sliiulu. 'ho ladies of tilt- church served lis in till) liusi-nioiH of tUa nioet-, hiiuso. The onl.\' rugivl; of th� visitors who wciv not accustomed to the e.\cull('iit (-(lokliig of the Mugi'Hth ludios. was ihtrt then.- was a limit to tlio'ir ciipiu'it.v. Tl ine Tlio corner stdiie of llio new $80.-0�X) Y..\I.C..Y, building in Calgary was laid by Senator r.oiigheed lust Saturday. A Imbf M, C|MMig�. T. W. Turpin, formerly iif Turpin'i Hroi. of Medicint.' Hat, has purchaH^i cd the fiirnitiitv> busiaosii bf'Bro tends putting in a stock of fwrniturjif^^iw^ and wullj>a|ien4 that will w|ual thonu of any of the larger pitit^saiid; will ronge from tlic t-heapest to thc''ver>'' ", J'^i" best. ' ��ll�-odie and �:Slt��oW':w;m^u:Vris4r?^ tain their hardware buaiaemi, -V ' iv'"^ -The Mtriking sormon-iN ilw; one that- hits the other iiinner bard.- F ' '  I ^ lit ;