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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD " PRINTING CO., LTD. 0. D. AUSTIN, Gdilor and Manlier. W. JORDAN, Snot, of Job Department. ADVERTISING; J��r Month  l.OOPerlnoh| OUR POINT IF VIEW The first anniversary of the elevation of our municipality to eltyhoocl ] with lis privileges and rosponsibill -ties should be fittingly celebrated. The city council is taking hold of the matter energetically and deserves the | hearty support of every citizen and of ovcry business and social organisation. Ante-celebrntion suggestions j will bo move In order than post-celebration fault-finding. This is a matter lu which everyone has an interest Let every cltlaen realize that Leth-bridge Is not merely a place tnwhlch to make money, but it is a place In which to llvo and enjoy life. Those 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 city's' first birthday party. Put on your ] sweetest smile and use your cheer -lost words to make the party a success. Seventeen hundred and thirty-five good big hoalthy trees planted in the city this spring wilt increaso the beauty of our city which is already noted for its verdant beauties. The Herald has admired tho Ed-1 monton Saturday News over 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 I plant of its own. Already a marked I improvement typographically is noticed and all wo hope for now is that the paper will 1)0 enlarged, so we can fill ourselves with tho good stuff the News deals out. Wo believe we are safo in saying the editorial views of the News uru the most thoughtful and carefully written of any paper in Alberta. The Xcws appeals to the highest tnorul sonsc and is rapidly becoming a factor in tho affairs ot| this province. Fowler, tho Conservative member, | who ma do insinuations against tho | morals of some of the Ottawa Cab lsot Ministers ought to prove his 1 charges or step out of public life. An investigation should 1h> held and if it is found tho private life of any Cabinet Minister Is immoral, ha tfhould bo forced out of public life, a. It tho charges ure not sustained then the scandul mongers ought to bc| "tarred and feathered." True Can -adians want pure men in Utvlr public life. The City's Birthday On Muy 9, the city will be a year j old and the event is to bo celebrated in a right and proper manner. Tho City Council is Inviting the Hoard of Trade, tho Trudes and Labor Council, and the various athletic clubs to co-o|>crate in the I celebration. The general plan as It is arranged so far is to huvo a pro -cession including the school children | othor bodies in tho morning, sports tho cadet corps, the flro brigado and in.the afternoon, with fireworks and some public function to close the day. Bell Telephone Change* W. H. Winter of Montreal, general I �uperintendont of construction and W. II. Hayes of Winnipeg, assistant! manager of tho North-West depart went of the Bell Telephone Co. wore | in the city looking over tho sltua -tlon with tho view of robuilding thai most of the open wire on tho streets plant to iucrease the capacity. The will be taken off and cables put in I instead. Homestead Entries for March] During the month of March this year thore have boon 174 entries for homesteads at tho Lothbrldgo Dominion Lands Office. The majority of the entries have been for hoinestoad in the Littlo Bow district and in the territory lying between Tuber and Grassy Lake. The number of entries this year is slightly lower than that for March 1900. The flow of settlement has no "doubt been greatly retarded by tho unseasonable weather experienced bore this spring. With tho opening up of spring a great rush is oxpoctod. No More Free Firewood .. Sometime ; ago during tho severe weather, the department of the Interior issued orders that settlors %>uld, without a permit, cut timber on government lands for firewood. Ifjpjnlnlon Lands agent J. W. Stafford/has received a telegram from IJ^OB, Frank Oliver advising him that 'aJtepi April let, this order will not hi operative. Bottlers will as usual ,t* required to take out permits. The Bentley Ltd. Having* just placed in stock the largest assortment of GENERAL DRY GOODS ever brought into Letkbridge, we desire to draw attention to the fact, and ask to be favored with an early inspection. These are all New Goods, right up to the minute in style and OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT : : vUUTjTjvxnruymrLnjVTAr^^ **iV'u'u'ii*inrs*s*s*u*s's"s*i*i*i"i*-rr�*  m�-*mw**>**a>*^a*a**^u......... Carpets, Mats, Linoleums, Oilcloths, Table Covers, Sheets, Napkins, Curtains, &c. Carpet Squares from $4 to $60. All sizes and a great variety of patterns Mats and Rugs Oilcloths and Linoleums Window Shades Sash Rods and Stair Plates Muslin and Lace Curtains, from 50c to $10 per pair Velvet Table Covers at $5 and $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, $7.75, and $8.75. Compare these prices with anything else 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 GOODS, PRINTS AND COTTONS, SHIRTINGS, FLANNELETTES Dress Gwds in Costume Lengths, the correct styles for spring and summer wear. These are strictly choice goods, and we have only a limited number Dress Goods by the yard at various prices Dress Muslins, Lawns, India Linens, Nainsooks, Taffeta Silks, and Japanese Taffeta in a variety of colors Cilktaf Lining, in 7 Shades, at 25c. per yard Flanelettes, Shirtings, Ginghams, Delaines Cram's Prints, Schwabe's Prints Special: 1284 yards of Good Print at 10c. per yard Tickings, Sheetings, and Cottons Special Bargain in Mill-ends or Cottons, Sheetings, & Pillow 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 Riding Boots in black and tan Fine Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen , Ladles' Oxfords in white and grey We have a very complete stock of all grades of Footwear, and we Invite inspection and comparison of our values Raymond Sugar, Raymond Flour, Five Roses Flour B. & K. Rolled Oats  Ontario Creamery Butter, A Full Line of California Evaporated Fruits The GROCERY DEPARTMENT Contains many Exclusive Lines Ram Lai Tea and Red Rose Tea  Mecca Coffee Red Tape Tea, at 25c. per lb., Is one of oar leaders Swift's Premium Hams  Swift's Silvej Leaf Lard Canned Goods of all kinds at bed rock prices SwHt's Winchester Hams and Bacon LADIES9 DEPARTMENT Dress Skirts, Wrappers and Blouses, Silk Underskirts. Black Sateen Underskirts, and Whitewear at popular prices Long Silk Gloves in Mack, cream, aid colors Long Kid Gloves, in black and white, at $3 per pair Umbrellas & Parasols Cotton Underwear Foster Hose Supporters P. D. and B. I. Corsets Belts, Collars, and Scarfs Fancy Ribbons and Veilings Corset Cover Embroideries Lace of all kinds Children's Pinafores, etc. We are particularly strong in Hosiery. Ladles' Hose in cotton, lisle, silk, and cashmere j plain, embroidered and openwork; black, white, and colors, at all prices Our Special Black Cashmere Hose for Ladies at 25c. per pair Children's Hose in all sizes and qualities' A Full Line of Graniteware and Barb Wire, 4 point, $4; Barb Wire, Baker, $4.05; Wire Nails; Wood Fibre PUsterJPwtUnd Cement, Grain Sacks,, Buffolite," The King of Burning Oils." English Printed Toilet Sets at $2.50, $3, $3.50 Better Grades up to $18 Mail In dealing with us you get the benefit ot our 20 years' experience in catering to the wants of the people of the Lethbridge District Orders receive the personal attention of the management PROMPT DELIVERY SATISFACTION GUARANTEED THE BENTLEY Phone 33 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. J spiting GOSSIP Fcrnie hus organized a football team with some excellent material to make a winning aggregation. J. II. Brholflold, the veteran foot-bull enthusiast of Plncher Creek, In-formed the Herald man thai al -though he was retiring from active football management this year, he hoped to see his team the champion* of Canada. Last year, the English newspaper, The People, donated a 3400 shield to represent the champ -ionshlp of tho Dominion. The shield was given to the Thistles of Toronto, but is now in Winnipog, although tho Thistles are still the defenders. Tho series in ail the provinces are supposed to be through by mid * summer. Tho champions of. the western and eastorn provinces will play off until the champions on �ach side of Winnipeg will meet at tho exhibition in that city to decide the nat -ional championship, Mr. Scholfteld says that the Kinchor boys play better football than tho Eastern teams and he Is confident that the boautiful trophy will rest in tho hands of the first winners at Pincher Crook. It was only by a fluko that tho Western chainpiousUlp did not come their way last year remarked the Pincher manager. "You cannot go out and got a win-uing ball club in ten minutes," says Vice-President Kilfoyl. of the Cleveland Club. "Even if you have unlimited resources, you cannot accomplish it in a short time. At the least calculation three or four years are required. Uood.ball players do not grow every day and roonoy. will not buy a ball piuyor who cjih fteld and bat and run. They ere not for for the simple reason that some well established club has thorn tied iip and will - not let go/ Baseball has grown into a large business and is increasing in scope daily. About the only way a management can All its depleted ranks is to socuro the youngsters who look good and take a chance on developing major league players. And, even when you are do-Unf.tfial..". yo,B,i�ave.nothing better rtban' an even break 'with' the " other teams who have scouts in the minor leagues all the time. It is very easy to talk pennant vinnors and very hard to get them. It is difficult to estimate in money the value of an established lull pleyor of reputation. -+ MARRIED. UIRKETT~IIARPER-At St, Augus-tin's church on Tuesday, April 2 by Rev. J. S. Chlvers, flolland Q Blrkett, to Jessie E. Harper, pot I Cardstoa, Alta. ;