Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
STORES ATTRACTIVE ITEMS FQR SPRING BUYING Royal Worcester Corsets "(DIRECT PROM THE MANUFACTURERS.) Royal Worchester corsets arc known all ovor America for their style, fit and eaitc. Our showing this season is exceptionally good. We havo fifteen different styles to choose from in white and drab. Prices from $1 to $4.00 per pair. New Axminster & Tapesty Squares These nre direct from the mills anil the designs arc more artistic, the colors are muro striking and handsomer than ever before. A largo shipment has Just been received andls hero for your inspection. All slices, Prices from 110.00 to $37.00 according to quality. Navy Dress Duck, Special 15c yd. 10 pieces extra quaflty dress duck suitable for children's wash blouses aud dresses, in noat small patterns. Warranted fast colors, 2? inches wide. Special 15 cents per yard. New Tapestry Coverings, Cretonne and Art Sateens We have Just placed in stock 13 pieces of tapestry furniture covering. All in the newest shades and designs 50 inches wide. Prices from 75 cts. to $3.00 per yurd. English cretonnes and art sateens, some in dark ground, others in whlto and cream ground vith beau-tlful color combination. Just the thing for an attractive bedroom. Prices per yard 15 cents to 45 cents. New Dress Trimmings Just in by express, a lovoly lot of new trimming, comprising ap -pleques, braids, etc. The assortment contains some beautiful color conv-binatlons and black and white; a look through will convince youthat this is the place to buy your dress trimmings. Prices from 15 cents to $1.60 per yard, ".' ' White Underskirts at $1.75 Women's white underskirts, made of fine cambric, lawn flounce, trimmed with fine tucks and two rows of lace insertion, finished with lace around the bottom length 38, 40 and 43 inches. Easily worth $3.35. Special at $1.75. NEW CREATIONS IN BLOUSES--Probably no garments ever made have been more serviceable, more becoming and more popular than the Shirt Waist. The newest creations of the season are now displayed on the second floor. We have 40 dozen to select from at from 50c to $4.50 each. Provincial Lumber & Manofac'g, h Ltd., Manufacturers, Jobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLE8ALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Mouldings, Turnings, Shingle, Lath, Oedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK. im Can Vou Beat Owe ? 21 Lots in North Ward, one block from Westminster School, at $125 Each Easyterms. 12 lots in River View at $200 each. Very easy terms. List your property with us, if you want quick returns. EasUr Service* BAPTIST TABERNACLE. \ A LOCAL BUDGET. .IS"?"* * St % OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 123 In tho Baptist Church the Easter and anniversary services vero combined, Ranter Sunday being tho sixth annlvcrsury of tho organization of the church. Ruv. H. Bryant of Medl-_4 clno Mat wait the preacher of the day. His preaching and singing were very much enjoyed by all present. Tho congregations at both services wero largo. WESLEY CHURCH. The special Easter music and tho beautiful Easter lily decorations formed tho special Easter features at Wesley Church. Large audiences as sembled to hoar Dr. Riddcll, Presl -dent of Alberta College preach two very forceful sermons. Tho speaker appealed also on behalf of the college and about 8800 wua subscribed. ST. AUOUSTIN'S. Tho Easter sorvices at St.. Augus tin's were very largoly attended. At the onrly celebration and at mid-day there was the largest number of communicants in the history of the church. The choir rendered the Ad lam Communion in F with splendid effect. The well arranged floral die play was the gift of Mrs. Sherlock and Mrs. McXicoIl. ST PATRICK'S. Following the series of meetings held during Holy Week, the Easter services at St. Patrick's reached an Inspiring climax on Sunday. Hun drods received tho communion at tho early service at.8.30. At St. Peter's mass at eleven, tho church was crowd ed, many belng'turned away. The beautiful Easter service was effectively rendered. A most interesting feature took placo aftor tho High Mass whou- tho Auutrians brought their Easter baskets of eatables to be blessed. About fifty of these boskets wore presented to rocoivo tho bless ing. At the evening service tho Re-glua Cooli and Hallelujah vere beautifully given. Next Sunday twenty-five children, who are now in retreat preparing for the ceremony will be recolvod at com munlon for tho first time by Father Van Tighom. KNOX CHURCH. The Easter services at Knox church ware in perfect keeping with the day. Rev. W. O. Brown, B.D., preached two eloquent and inspiring sermons upou the resurrection theme. The wolj-tralned choir of over twenty voices assisted by a ten piece orchestra under tho ablo direction of Trof. J. O. Harper rendered Easter music that was a delight to thelarge audiences that attended both services Twenty new pupils wero enrolled at the Central School and twelve at Westminster this week. WANTED-Oirl to do housework in family of three at Tabor. Replying give nationality and experience. Apply. Box M., Herald Office. T. J. O'Brien, field manager for the Knight Sugar Co. has written W. II. Fairfield to seo if any of the Lcthbridge farmers would care to contract for tho growing of sugar beets. J.F. Hamilton, B.A. Sc. of Calgary Is entering into partnership with S. Young D.L.S., of Toronto, in a general engineering and surveying busl ness. Tho firm havo secured offices in the lliginbothnm block and will be ready for business in a few days. Mr. Hamilton will give special attention to Irrigation work. For tho past five years he has been with the Territorial and Dominion governments on Irrigation work in Alberta. City Council was Bvty O. W. Robinson had a big bunch of letters, reports, and request* to road at his initial meeting as civic sccrotary-troasuror, on Monday night Among tho more Important acts of tho council wore tho decisions to use duy labor in the construction of tho cement walks, and to havo all elec trie light and telophone poles placed In future under tho supervision of tho city engineer. It was resolved to give citizens upon application trees and to plant tho balance of the 1735 t.roos owned by the city this spring. A nursery will bo acquired for the 10,000 seodlings under order. Tho council adopted Aid. Cunningham's suggestion to secure a statement from the Underwriters Association as to what Improvements in tho fire equlpniont would be best and what reduction In insurance rates would follow if adopted. An effort will be made to accommodate tho transient public with tents and cots. The roadway to the traffic bridge will be fixed at once. The city books will honcofortli bo audited monthly and tho city engineer will have offices in the Higlnbotham block. ewan firm, that has recently purchoa ed four suctions of lnnd, intend going into farming on a largo scale O. C. McDonuld tho Lcthbridge agent for the British American Land Co., is in New Dayton to-day, choosing land for several buyers. For the lost section of land purchased by them, the Wells Cattle Co. paid It. Fawns of Stirling, 820 an acre. On Saturday tho local post office issued 58 money orders for a total of $3,473 and it was not a pay day either. NOTICE. B. C. Moore, of the Moore Under -taking Parlors of Lethbrldge, desires to call the attention of tho public to the fact that ho is no personal relation of nor has ho any business con-, ncction with Messrs. Moore and Moore, late of the Mooro Undertaking Parlors of Medicine Hat, of which firm J. J. Moore stands chargedvHth disrespect to tho dead and obtaining money under false pretences. B. C. MOORE NEW DAYTON, Now Dayton, situated ten milos south of Stirling, will soon be a real town. A big carpenter gang is there now building a store, a llvory stoblo and an hotel. Tho last will be rushed through so as to bo open in a short time. Mr, Morrison, who owns three sections of land in this vicinity, has had his steam ploughing outfit at work all week. The Wells CattL) Co.. a Saskatch - STRAYED The following have strayed from the premises ofthe undersigned : 1 bay gelding,_branded N on left hip, vinted with N on left shoulder 1 bay gelding, brnnded It V on right shoulder. 1 bay gilding, branded R V on right shoulder, 03 74 on right hp A reward of $5 each will be paid for their return to REX VIRTUE, Lethbridge. The High School Literary Society CONCERT Oliver's Hall, Friday, Ap.5 at 8 p.M. A Whole Evenings Enjoyment. Proceeds in aid of Piano Fund. Reserved Seats 50o. Student's Tickets 25c." Plan at Higinbotham's drugstore YOU LIKE IT YOU are not a shoemaker, so there's no need of going into an analysis, of the construction of the ^ueenXkuttty" Shoe. But the fact remains that it satisfies over two million wearjjfs. They know they like it? that ft gives style to the foot t that it gives comfort the first day worn. And that is enough. It holds its shape longer than other ready made shoes because it fits. Yet the enormous business done on "Queen Qua I* sty" Shoes keeps the prices moderate. Fred Gow & Co. $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 Classes in Time Saves Sight Neglect to have them properly examined may cause a life-time ol Borrow and regret. Small disorders grow more serious every 'day. There is satisfaction in knowing for sure that your eyes are all right. WE CAN TELL YOU. QREN, the eye specialist, the only one in Southern Alberta, at R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. The plaee where Watch work is don* right. CAwADIA.V NATIONAL J�AJ�K, UANFF, ALT A. Make your reservations now for renting comfortable furnished homos for the summur months at Ilanff, Alto. Our cottages are very contral-ly located and adjoin the Sanitarium Apply early for all information to , HENDERSON ie DOWNER, , Lethbridge, Alberta, or Maple freak, Steak. .......-. .rfUji .-.',.5, ,.- ,. ,,. ~ FOH SALE. 640 acres of good farming and gracing land, twelve miles from Cranbrook. Will also grow fruit. Plenty of good water, and timbe/for fencing. I'art under cultivation, all prairie. I'rlco S7.50 per acre. Address. X. DESOURDI, Box a&, Cranbrook, B.C.