Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
IfiTHBRME HERALD PRWTIMC CO., LTD. O. b. AUSTIN. Editor aai Maufcr. W. JORDAN, SufL ! Jofc DepartiMBt Pmt Month ^ipVERTIsmO: . 91.00 Per Inch ; TO of the eleva- irtlon of our municipality to tityhoo*! ' with its privileges and responsibilities should Imj fittingly colebrnted. ;^Tho city; council is taking hold of the matter encrgtsticallj' and deserves tho hearty support of every citizen and �of every business nnd social orgnni-. cation. . Ante-celobration suggestions will be tnoi-e in order than post-celebration fault-fmdiug. This is a matter in which everyone has an interest XiOt evcrj* citiascn realize tha/t Lcth-bridge is not merely a place inwhich to make money, but it is a place in which to live and enjoy lifie. These functions stimulate public spirit without which any place will stag -nate as far as its life as a community is concerned. You are all invited to the cHy's rst birtbday party. Put on your sweetest smile and use your cheeriest words to make the party a success. Seventeen hundred and thirty-flv� good big healthy trees planted in the city this spring will increase the beAuty ot our city which is already j noted lor its verdant beauties. The Hprald has admired tho Edmonton Saturday News ever since it commenced publication and it is with real pleasure, we notice that its growth has been rapid enough to .warrant it purchasing a printing plant of its own. Already a marked I improvement typographically is noticed and all we hope for now is that the paper will ]>c enlarged, so we ean fill ourselves with the good stuff . tlie News deals out. We believe we are safe in saying the editorial views of the News uru the most thoughtful and carefully, written of any paper in Alberta. The News appeals to the highest moral sense and is rapidly becoming a factor in the allairs (M this pcovincc. Fowler, the Conservative member, who made insinuations against tho morals of some of the Ottawa Cab iaot Sliuisters ought to prove his charges or step out of public life An investigation should be held and if it is found the private life of any Cabinet Minister is inonoral, ho Khould be forced out of public life .If tho charges are not sustained then the scandal mongers ought to I "tarred and feathered." True Can adians want pure men in tltcir public life. The at/s Birthday On Hay 9, the city will be a year old and the event is to bo celebrated in a right and proper manner The City Council is inviting the Board of TraUe, the Trades and IJnbor Council, and tho various ath lotic clubs itq co-operate in the celebration. The general plan as it is arranged so far is to have a pro cession including the school children other bodies in the morning, sports the cadet corps, the fire brigade and in,the afternoon, with fireworks and Hona public function to close the Ml TelephoM ChMfet v. H. Winter of Montreal, general superintendent of construction and W. H. Hayes of Winnipeg, assistant manager of the North-West depart -ment of the Bell Telephone Co. were In thesCity looking over tho situa � tion with the view of rebuilding the nost of the open wire on. the streets -plant to increase the capacity. - Ths will be taken oB and cables put in instead. HoflMiteMl EntricftforM�reh During the month-of March this 'year there have been 174 entsics for rhomestaads at the Lethbridge Dominion Xiands Ofilce. The majority of tlW; entries have been for homestead in tJi�'Little Bow district and in the .torrUory 'lying between Taber and Grassy Lake, llie number of entries v'this yaur is slightly lower than that for March 1906: The flow of settle-;:awif has no xloubt been~ greatly ro-/tarded.hy ^he unsoasonablo weather 4�X|Mcienced hero this spring. With 3to IPP^ning .up pf spring a ; great rush' is ezpactod. - No Pmc Firewood ,^^^Soneiim^�^^, during the severe I ||ni(ijl^sr,,t^j;dupartiwmt of the - In- :S^^^^iiYif//without^k pennH, cut timber i^ui^ou |bveiri|uMnt lands for flrewood." Lfnds Agent J. W. Staf rseslysd 'k' ielegnun> v ^ from Wjtutk Oliver advising him that ..... Al�" Uttm.order^wm pot / Havingr just placed in stock the largest assortment df GENERAL DRY GOODS ever brought into Lethbri4gre, we desu'e to draw a^tteiition to the fact, and ask tp be favored with an early inspection. These are all New Goods, right up to the minute in style and OUR FRIGES ARE Rl^ : : : : : : Carpets, Mats, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Table Covers, Sheets, Napkins, Curtains, &c. Carpet Squares from $4 to $60. All sizes and a great variety of juitterns Mats and Rugs Oifclotlis and Linoleums Window Shades Sasli Rods and Stair Plates Muslin and Lace Curtains, from SOc to f 10 per pair Velvet Table Covers at $5 and f 10 each Tapestry Table Covers in various sizes table Linens and Napkins Table Cloths, ready for use Table Cloth and Napkin Sets Towels and Towellings Sheets and Pillow Cases Hand Embroidered Bed Spreads Pillows and Curtain Muslins Art Silks and Art Sateens MEN'S FURNISHINGS We handle 20th Century Clothing for Gentlemen. There is nothing better. Suits from $12-50 Special Line in Black and Blue Serge Suits at |10 and Tweeds $6.50, S7.75^ and $8.75. Compare these prices with anything eisi in the city Hawes Hats $3, Eastern Price. Stetson's Hats $4 to $6 A good range of Soft American Hats from $2.25 up W. G. & R. Shirts and Collars We have the best of everything for Men's Wear DRESS QOODS, PRINTS AND COTTONS, SHIRTINGM3, FLANNELETTES Dress Goods in Costume Lengths, the correct styles for s|irin|iuid summer wear. These are strict^ choice goods, and we luivc only a limited number Press Goods by the yard at various prices Dress Nuslins. Lawns, India Unens. Nainsooks. TafreU Silks; and . Japanese TafTeta in a variety of colors CUktar Lining in 7 Shades, at 2Sc per yard Hanelettes. Shirtings. Ginghams. Delaines Crum's Prints, Schwabe*s Prints Special: 1284 yards of Good Print at lOc per yard Tickings. Sheetings, and Cottons Special Bargain in NiU-emb of Cottons, Sheetings. & PUlow Cottons BOOTS AND SHOES Hamilton Brown's School Shoes are a new line here and we can recommend them for hard wear Foot Schulze & Co.*s lOdlng Boots In black and tan Hne Shoes for Ladies and Gentiemen Ladles* Oxfords in white and grey Wrhave a veryiompletestock of all grades of footwear, and we Invite Inspection and comparison of our vahies , Raymond Sugar^ Raymond Flour, Fife Roses F^^ B. & K. Rolled Oats Ontario Creamery Dutteif; A Full Line of Califoriiia Eira^orat^^^^^ The (HIOCER7 DEPARTMENT (:ont||iisiMny�i^^ Ram Ul Tea and Red Rose Tea - Mccu Coffee Red Tape Tea. at 2Sc. per lb.. Is one of our leaders Swih's Premium Hams Swift's Winchcsier Hams and Bacon SwIftVSIivejLeafUrd Canned CiootbofiflV^ LADIES' I�a^�kBTMENT Dress Skirts. Wrappers and Blouses. Silk Underskirts. Black Sateca UndersMrts. and liPimc^^ Long Silk Gloves In Mack, bream, aid colors Long Kid Gloves, in black and wWte, it |3 per pair Umbrellas & Parasols. Cotton Underwear JsDSler Hose Supporters P. D. and JL L Corsets Befts, CoHarSi and Scarfs Fancy Ribbons and Veilhigs Corset Cover Embroideries Lace of aU kinds ChUdrcn's PhMiforts,;Ctc We are partlculariy strong to Hosiery. Ladies'Hose In cotton, Usie, silk, and cashmere t plaitt, embroidered and openwork t black, white, and colors, at aU prices Our Special Btack Cashmere Hose for Lidks at 25c. per pair (Children's Hose Inill sizes and quainies A Full Line of Graiuteware and Barb-Wire,4point. $41 Barb^rc,Bakery94.0Si Wlit IKailS} Wood Fibre PlasterJPorlland Ccmenl, Grain Sacks^ Buffbll^,�The^iai|got Burning 4Nli^^^^ ^ English Printed Toilet Sets at $2.50, $3, $3*50 Better Grades up to $18 In dealing with in catering to 3 you sret the bexLefit wsuats of tbe people mx 20 year^' ei^rience the Zi^t&l^ridgfe Mail Orders receive the PROBIFT DELZV^T attention the management SATISPAq*ION WHOLESALE AND RST:^ Phone 33 LEtHBRIDQE, ALTA. SPftnilG GOSSIP Fornle hut orgBnized a (oot|)aU t�im- with aouio excellAtit ntateriai to maka a winning aggregation. J. H. BRholflcId, the veteran football onthuninat of Pincber Creek, informed the. Herald man theft al though ih�>-wae' retiring /rom active football mjwagement this year, be heyad to M* hta tMm^ilM chaaB^ieaa of Canada. Last year, the Engllab ncwepaper, The People, donated ; a 940U ehioid to rcpre^nt the champ r ionship of the pominlon. The abiald was given to the Tliiatlee of ToronV Ho, but ii liow in Winnipeg, althoiigfa the Thiitlee are etill the defender*. The aeries in all ithe provinoes are �uppuaed to be through b^.-mdll^ auBuner, The.championa,oli;UHi'weat-em and eaatorn province* will play off; until the champiooa on aaGh aide of Winni|>eg will meet at the exhibition.iii that city to decide the aatr lonal championship. Hr. Scholfleld aa�-a thi^t: the Pincher^boya play bet-ter football than the Eaatorn toama ,and;he is eonfldcnt that the beautiful: 'trophy will rcat in the .handa of the Qrst winnora at Pineher Creek. It' ..ifaa ,Dhiy. by fluke that the JWeatern cbampiouBJ^ip diilj not . come/Mieir way last year nomarked' th*. pVnicheir' aanagar. .;/You uinnot go.out and got^awin-ning ball club in ten minutes," aaya .Vice Preaident Kilfoyl, of .the; Olevo-land Clab.i ."Kvon if you have unr Jimiled reaourcosr you cannot aceom-plinb it in n short.: time.' ^ Atv the leaat.. calculation three or four fyenra ;aro..reqiOred.; . playera jdo^ pot grpw every ,iday foid money,, .wlU woll eetabliahed cl uh has' thoin: tied frp And' wiH;'not let go.- Baseball has grown into' a large business and is incr�aHitoii: in scope daily. About the only''irai% a management can flU its depleted ranka is to aecure the youngslera who look good and.Vake t chance qUjdeyelbping major league players; And., even when you are'do*'. not buya, ball, lOajj^rj*,*; w^^^ Mq.mH yq.tt.haye. nothing >tt.r ami bat and run, They are not for foiaA'an avetk^lfraak with- the - ath*, aala, for ;the aimpla: iwton that aom* fUWitii tfViii^iniMc' with' the ' other teams who have scouta in the minor leagueoi all the time. It, is verjr^^easy to talkpennant . itoiqCET^HARPEIt^At Btv AVS^^^^^^ '^tiB^a'''ehurek^ iM'Tueaday^'^Apnl''3w ,.by.IUv. J.iB:^s:M�n^jaaUn4 at ^ BirkHt, to J�Mi� t. Bnrptr, f Cardstoa. AlU.