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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta F - �C - i S - kJ *\ > - > - YOU WANT C. Raines spent Knsler at Pln-frock, \V. ('. Lfphnrdt went to Mnclend this morning on a business trip. Dr. Jlurdmnn Is -in the city in connection with the proposed lud.es' cu I logo. Miss Cox of the Magruth school stuff was an Knstcr visitor In U�th- bridge. Wauled-By n young business man, a furrttshed room. Apply Box Lt Merutd Office. 1W� NECKWEAR OR1FPPTWEAR spent her COSTUMES SKIRTS J Hi nit HeW t 1 + 4 * You fresh LATE ARRIVALS Torchon MIhb Nicholson of Calgary Sunday and Monday visiting brother, H. Nicholson. The A. H, & 1. Co. freight inovwl into tholr o ill com in the freight sheds on Tuesday. Five cars of settlers effect* arrived ot Warner on Monday and Tuesday, .*l tiers ar� coming in fast. About, sixty |ieop1e from the Mormon towns look In the spring conference excursion to Mali I,nko City. MIhs L. A. Scott wishes to Htate thai she has o| toned her millinery es Rev. P, .tones conducted service* In Tnber on tiaster Sunday. A. Marchesseatilt of Tabor wit I"" town on Tuesday on a "business I rip. Miss Parlctt of the post offlccspent tho Easier holidays at Plnehor Creek, Miss J. Wright teacher at White's School, was the guest of Miss Furse during Buster. U. C, Moore returned on Saturday from a trip to Ottawa, Toronto and eastern points. Mrs. Wm. Lamb was .taken.,to ,t,h Qait Hospital on Tuesday ami is in a critical condition. He. Wall far. 1-l. 3 - ^ -I J On April rt, Lionel A. Hutton was 'married to Ida Gwendolen Kortright jby He v. .1. S. Chi vers. | Mr and Mrs. Aloxnnd?r ami daughter ;�lnan. and Miss Kinnlburgh si>ent (Easter with rclatlvejt in Tnber. s. Crubb, secretary of (he local * miners' union returned yosterdayfroim| th� m.n**rs* .convontion at Calgary. (hiring March the JV�li T^lru1 nt Co. made contracts to .m;i i.: Newest . detigns ftml colorings, Our 1907 stock now on hand, Price* guaranteed, 1 All ** ibi caMadin atook-no etpr*9M to wiititig (or goddi, -1 1 \1 tablishinent nt Ihe old City Hakery |tnftn thirty-three telepr.jo. * In We have jusf received a shipment ot CARRIAGES* GO. CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in th� work, and elegantly upholstered.^ KM \ - * t and Val. Laces, > Dress Trimmings, Muslin Em broidered Costumes. stand. Tho nmrrlago of Walter Dayklnnnri Oertrudo Alice Matilda S>tn was r I city. , W. W. Xei�lands A.R. & X. Co. store keci>er has purchased the new house aoletnnlml by Hcv. .!. S. Chi vers on! on 01>u St. erected by It. V. Crop-April �. ley. Tho little tour >w old son of Mr. I The U�n held by the Indies of the liTuJ Mm. 0. McClnnaghan died on ; Pwsbytsrlgii Church at the resldenco Tuesday morning from rheumatism of 1*' Mrs. .1. B. IMhbrldgc on Tuesday the heart. afternoon was a most enjoyable and \- H - 4 ^^1 4"? >V  t All momlM?rs of Jjethbridge Ix)dge, i \o. 2, I.O.O.K., are requested to attend Friday evening's meeting. Business of Importance. successful olYnir. Mrs. Lethbridge \va� assisted in tho receiving of .the guest* by Mrs. Higfnbothom, Mrs. 'Xnismilh nnd Miss nrnce, while Mrs. r A Satisfactory Revelation J i b* THE TONIC JOHNSTONS Beef Iron and Wine rifles tho Blood and Invigorates tho System Easter, Gifts J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer \ Swlc> * Eaater UJy, Easter Roac and Raster Violet fHtfiiine fa butt, lea. UaiMt Puinttd Aachat Daffs is.baau. ttlul Floral Deal gas. Hand Tainted a tamp Books Hand PuIuUmI Collar Holdara Hasur Egga Dyes la Sc packagas. iilustrsW Postal Cards Mr. and Mrs. L. Fawsctt of Macleod, spent Raster with Rev. nnd Mrs. J. K. Hughson. The Gait llospltul ladies aid meeting will lie held at Mrs. Southard's on Saturday at four o'clock. .1. Dunnfgnn* C.P.R. operator ho station has been transferred I-Yank, Altu., awl is succcedc on "for those which arc to follow. [Tuesday on her way T. Uurnett and Or. McKenxfe of Dcllcvue, Alta., spent ICaster with the former's father, Major tiurnett. bn.k ;rom an Knstor holiday an Joyed era House, Mon -day, April 8th. the manager having been fortunate lit securing the three act | lay, "My Wife's Family," the combined work of Hal Stephens and Harry Lfnton, prolific ami successful writers of that style of entertain -mcnt. This merry concoction of fun, music and amusing frivolity, was greeted by warm praise whether presented last sou son, as the jol -Rest, cleanest and liveliest of com -cdleo seen in the musical world, constant creator of laughter, that Is simply irresistible. The comedy appeals to all thnt is refined; the' book is not of tho forced kind, while the musical numbers are all of the Jingling whistling order. The company presenting "My Wife's Family" was selected for each person's natural ability to assume the various characters assigned to them, with tho result one of the best drilled organizations on the road to-day. Clever comedians, pretty girls and a wholo ensemble well nigh perfect in every detail. The costuming, clcctricaland stage effects are correct In every detail. The engagement of "My Wife's Family" should prove to be nn artistic and financial success. C0NV11EARF. Lethbridge. Alta lion in tho Lethbridge Iron Works. Tho u�|I.�n Aid of Wesley church intend having a "Brown Supper" In the basement of tho Church on Frl- to rons, fancy w in Ton and cake will be served. cerof Magrnth were among the cursionis Rev. w. �. Ilrown, R.D., and wife Friday, loft the city on Monday morning. Mr. Drown is on his way to Glasgow I Scotland, to take a post-graduate ______ ... .ft____�_____ _ A A ft.^ i'nlfAMlitf ! Eust thoro. to Salt ]er nfhead of cattle have strayed onto nvy promises. Sec. 28, Tp. 9. Range 22. Brands arc indistinct. Owner can have same by paying expenses. JOHN WHYTK. A few good buys for this week: XL 3 lots, comer Willintn and Courtluml sts......... .$830 each I 4 " , Westminster Road...................... .450 11 I 3 , "  ......................,8jJ5 " I 2 " .Courtlnud st..... .......................400 " > 7 M , London Rond............................800 " }. 8 " , Bom pas st,, 225 ft. depth..................500 " li lots DompaB street...........................600 j 1 lot and 4-roonied house........................800 l 2Jjasines8 lots on Smith street..................8.800 f 2 lots and S-roomcd house. North Ward...........700 1 8 " ft ...... ..........800 c 20 lots iu North Ward, ut................V.......100 each i To Rent-A 4-roomed House 4 $7 monthly Reginn, Sask. Oilchist of High River was city on Saturday, renewing **rtor* of Medicine Hat. of which H. If. in the acquaintances with his Normal chums H. G. Long and R. R. Davidson, and incidentally taking in the Football League mooting. connection with Messrs. Moore and Moore, late of the Moore Undertak - Ret will t>oen paid and er will be commenced been done. possible. Thos. Powell, of Maple Civek occupy tho pulpit of Wesley church at both services on Sunday, ns Mr. Hughson will be at Medicine Hat conducting missionary meetings Mr. Powell is a strong speaker. The pastor of tho Baptist Tnber  t nacle preached a s]>ccfai sermon to! young men next Sunday evening In the Baptist Tabernacle, subject:- 'Resurrected Men." Tho forenoon service and tho Sunday School will be held at the usual hours. All strangers and visitors nro welcome. firm J. J. Moore stands charged with disresjiect to tho dead and obtain -Ing money under fnlso pretences. On Monday. Mrs. O. O. K. Xourae entertained n largo number of friends at a *'green and white" tea given in honor of Madame C. Xourae. The dining-room was tastefully decorated with white carnations and ferns. The , hostess wis charmingly attired in I white organdie with Valenciennes lace and Madame Kourso in black silk and real lace. Mrs. Belcher a Mrs. Hemolryrk served the refresh* moots with the assistance of the Misses Duncan. Du(T and Bolchor. New Boarding House Has been established at the old Alberta House, near the Station, and will be open for l>onrdors on Friday, April 5th. G. A. Johnston, Proprietor, Wo also havo some good acreage property ranging from $125i per acre up to $.UK) per acre. } J_ h 3" 1- i - LOANS INSURANCE I There is music in tho air at the Central School those days, as the students are preparing for their en  jtertalninent on Friday evening in l/?t,?t '1Tab0Tll!l to*niffht at �ighSOliver's Hall. An interesting pro- T>u ..... . gramme has lieen issued including a Don't forgot the Jrcturo in tho TENDICIt3 WANTED. Tontlors for building a school house at Keho District, No. 1558, will be received up to Wednesday, May 1st. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to bo addressed to C. ,1. HUNT, Secretary-treasurer. Lethbridge f (ft O.oo'oo ^ " �' ? o oTolo.o.o o*ovo;o t H J ohnston o'clock. The lecturer was an agent of the Glasgow City Mission for ono year and in his lecture describes the I people in the slums, their conditions IA Maypole drill habits, etc. There will be no adrais-l)0 gjV0Ut ' slon fee but u liberal collection behalf of the church debt, is roquesl* ed. Subject, "An Evening in Glasgow Slums." dehalo on "Resolved that tho benefit of competition outweighs its evils." and a 'sash fantasy' jwm ims given. The Literary Society on is fortunate in securing the assist -anco ot Mrs. Reove, Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Dobbin who will contribute solos. The proceeds are in aid of the piano fund. TENDERS FOR REPAIRS i I R. NEW -r * \ POUCH. Opening To-Day! it. �. touo, tno nolo manager for tho British American I^nnd and Investment Co. is expected to bring a carload of land seekers from Minnesota to-morrow to look ovor tho company's land ut Now Dayton. The spring house-cloaning is easily. and pleasantly done when competent; his health having boon quite docorators are employed. W. H. !>o! Raymond is suffering a loss in tho departure of Row Chas, McKlUop, which will not be easy to repair. Mr. McKlUop loaves many warm friends in Raymond who hope that the change will benefit him physically. poor for some months which is the reason i wishes to state that he has'a strong !f0r nis (|0j�ftrture. Ho has been n staff of workmen, competent to take |faithful shophortl of tho little flock Charge of the decorating of anyhouse over which he has presided for sov-in the city. Tho work he has already erni yonrB arui tt-ho will greatly miss done speaks f 'r the quality of the Und regret him- Tho best wishes of workmanship of his employees^ Don't tho Chronicle iollow Mr. McKillop to worry about your spring papering his new place of residence and our and painting, just hand the contract: regret is that he Is going and not over to W. H. Lee, ' coining.-XUymond Chronicle. Teudrrs marked 'Tenders for Re-pairs" will, be received by the undersigned up to noon on the 8th day of April, 1V07, for repairing tho main building at tho Barracks, lethbridge, as follows. Painting, Plastering, carpenter work and foundation (brick, stone ur concrete). For further particulars apply at the barracks. A 5 per cent deposit will l�e re - quired. No newspaper will be paid for pub- , lishing this advertisement without proper authority. JAS. O. WILSON. Superintendent. Cosuasaadinf R. N. W M P. at Uth hrtdas. �*e>***e\M***#4>***4>4>�i Children Headwear �t6 Specialty This Week -4 r h ^ . 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