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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta liMMtMIJ NECKWEAR OR|FjPlpTWEAR COSTUMES OR SKIRtS You will findonr ttocki ttmth�nd worthyofyonr iniiicctioii. LATE ARRi;VAI^&-;^^^ and Val. Lacesy. Dseis Em- broidered Costumes. A. THE BEST SPRINGr TQKid JOHNSTON'S Beef^lroa and Parifiei the BlcKd and Invigorates J. J. JjplilNSTON Draggut Staiyoner. A tm jBIIDfiET. U. B; Hoyt spout Qood Friday in .,C,algnry...... � , .  ^ F. W. tialbraith of th� Red Deer Adyotatc spent ICastcr with his' family in this city. .SIiss.L. Taylor, principal of tlw Tal>er. Public a.chool, sp�ttt;,�astar Sunday with Mrs/-p. il. Cainpbeli. , Miss C. McVaughton of .Clinton. ,Oat:>- is expected Friday night, to visit her sister, Mrs. S>-tlney Jack -son. � i' J.% Johnson .was assessed ;a dollar and ..costs at the police court on Tuesday fur taking too much )oy-;water;. ��i-.^^ � � On Thursday evening of last veek,; Mrs. Wm. Virtue suttered a slight paralytic stroke but is now recovering slowly. ; It is stated.that the C.P.R, by ;thc new route will enter thercity �from the :fiauth-�ont and rejoin the pmscnt track Just where Westminster Koad crustics the track. Oep. Taylor,, who cama here - some months ~ ago froin Weyburn, Sa�k., has/jithfi foundation of his new green houiio under construction at �he corner, of. Burdette St. and London Road.: The pl^ns call for 8,000 aq. feifC of-gloas-and the place ^will be' devoted oxciuHiyely to the culture of .flowers.' Aid, Cunningham showed the City Comptroller'* annual report for 1906 for.tbe city of Spokanei Wash.,which he:^d Tu'ceiyed from the comptroller , showing where every doliar canvfrom V it 'JDibst; r comprehensive � report, '^ridi^bbre ItShM ^one. A record is .g^viai. 6f;'all%r�^^ of-city voric, wlib'.vdid.xit,-^what'has been paid and : wlicr�;^.,Uio; work haa been done. � '^^-:T':':uu.!.:1,j.:'l.:.:.j.:.,.S:l_-.- ,B�el!e wislMW to state that he has'a strong staff of workmen, competent to take char�� of the decorating of anyhouse in the city. I'he work he has already done speaks f >r the quality of the workmanship of his emploj-ecs. >Don-t worry about your spring papering and painting, Just hand the contract v�r to W. H. Lm. 1?. C. Buincs spent Knstor at Pln-cher Croclv. , W, C. Liphanlt went, to Maclrnd llii.s mnriijiig on a business trip. �Dr. Ilerdman is in the ulty in con-niN;iioii with the proposed ludies' coUage. Miss Uox of the Magrath mhuol staff was an ICairter visitor in f..i'o. 2, I.O.O.F., are requested to attend Frida.y ovening'. meeting. Business of Importance. .1. Duniilgan; C.P.R. operator at the station has been transferred to Frank, Altii., and is succeeded by Mr. Butoman of Nova Scotia. , The furnishings for the C. P. R. freight offices have arrived and will be fitted up at: once making the of ftces u|i-to-date In every particular. Miss McDonald. Principal jf uiu Magrath School was in zhi oit,� n Tuesday on her: way btt;k trom an Easier holiday anjoyed i.' Cat^ary. The .lethbridge Motor C.i.- C>�. :'s tilijckt smith shop. Arthur Bornsley who has been with tlic A.R. & I. Co. for the past three years has rcslglicd and purposes, on-^ tering intoV.the real estate busiiwMr In this city, - "jj-t btefano T�bacchi, an intelligeM/ Italian, befotid returning, to siini^rt Itoly lor a: holiday trip, ordcrodthe. Herald to bo sent to his address... tot: thnt land of blue skies. \\. J. Hummer las resigned his position as baggageman and :,.aMlst: ant oxpressptan for C.P.U anV Vll; go out to his ranch for six months. A. Baxter, is his successor. The city council invites each ath -let if club in the city to choose a delegate to_^ confer with them as to the sports on May 6, when the city's natal day will be celebrated. The annual vestry nteeting of S. Miss Parlctt of the post otticcspoat the Easier holidays at Piiicher Creek. Miss J. Wright teacher at White's School, wax the guest of Miss Furse during Easter. B. (X Moore returned on Saturday from a trip to Ottawa, Toronto and eastern points. Mis,. Wm. Xjimb was .,th�i^| Oalt Hospital on Tuesday and is in a critical condition. On April .1. Llonc'l \. Hutton was married to Idn. Gwendolen Kortright by Rev. .f, S. Chi vers. Mr liOil Mrs. .\lexand?r and daughter Jmu, and Miss Kmnilnirgh s|>cnt tester with relnliviw in Tnlxsr. S. Crubl), secretary of the local miners' union returned ycatcrdnyfromnj the miners' .ctjuvention at Calgary. � During : March the Beli t'-. Tiie tea hold by the ladies of the Prcsbyterigti Chui-ch at the residence of Mrs. J. E. Lethbridge on Tuesday afternoon was a most enjoyable and uc day, April Sth, the manager having' been, fortunate in securing the three act I lay, "My Wife's Family, " the combined work of Hal Stephens and Haro' Lliiton. prolific and succ^sful writers of that style of entertainment. Thls^nicrry concoction of fun music and amusing frivolity, wa�; greeted: by warm, praise whether preaented last season, as the jol-' Rett, cleancit and liveliest of com'tr; edies se� the musical world, ,j a constant creator of laughter, that Uk elniply irresistible. The comedy ap{: peals to all that is refined; the' book ie not of tlie forced kind, while the muaical numlx-rs are all of the -jingling whistling order. The company presenting "My Wife's Family" was �fleeted for each person's natural; ability to assume the various char-actei-s asslgiied to them, with the result one of the best drilled organizations on the road to-day. Clever comedians, pretty girls, and a whole ensemble well nigh perfect in every detail. I'he coetuming. electricaland iiago.effects are correct in every detail. The engagement of "My Wife's Family", should prove to be an artistic and financial success. Wall Paper "Newest : deeigne and colorings. Oar 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. liraU Pai^cr �todi-no waiting for Ifooda. We have just;;receivea a shipment of CARRIAGES; GO.; CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in tha feed work, and eletjantly upholstered.^ ' . ' / BRODIE & STAFFORI CATILE ASTRAY. During the inntcr a number ofhead of cattle have strayed onto my pronUses, Sec. 28, Tp. 9, Range . 23. Brands are indistinct. /Owner can have sunw by paying expicnses. JOHN WHYTE. New Boarding House Has been estabHsbed at the old ^l^fteiHoDsej near ihm Station, and will be open for boarders on Friday, April 9th. G.'A. Johnston, proprietor. ASatisractaryRcyel|ti|n It will i)e to you it you'look at seaMi' of our modal bathroona tHHite/'2�e have put ia iub8...;....:....V.,y.aOO 8 " , BompBS St., 225 ft. depth........... ......�� IVlotS Dompas street............. .vi........ 1 lot and 4-roonied house.................... ..oQQ, 2J)asinesg lots on Smith street................ ..8.80Q; 2 lots and S-roomed house, North Ward.......... .700 3 � 6 " ' " ..........800 20 lots in North Ward, at...... -.... .."V... .^100 each To Rent-A 4-roomed Houses $7 monthly We also have some good acreage properly ranging from $126|i per acre tip to |300 pervicre. TENDERS RANTED. ,Tenders for.building a school house a^ Ko^ PistHct, No. 1358, will he Ijfiiwiyed up.tq Wednesday, May Ist. The lowest or any tender not ,neec8sarily accepted. Tenders to be addressed to ' C.,..l. HUNT, Secretary-treasurer. Lethbridge TENDERS FOR REPAIRS POLICE. Tetidfrs Ij^.fked "Tenders for Be-l�([^�\;;f.lli|..^be'.'.ire�lved,^^^^ ua-fiffiifuii.'fiP t9 noon oa the',8th day of April'. 1907, tor repairing the main building at the Barracks, I.�th-bridge,..aa follows: Painting, Plastering, carpenter work and foundation (brick, stone ur concrete). For further partieu lars apply at the barracks. A A per cent deposit will lie required. No newspaper will be paid for publishing this edvertieemsnit without proper authurity. .lAB. O. WILBOW. Superintendent. CoMMdiat R. N. W. M. P. �t Lath REAL ESTATE LOANS jNamA|lii| G. H. Johnston's NEW GOODS Opening To-Day I; i m 11 Chiidren's Headweat Our Speciaitp This Week 5714 ;