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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I STORES 1 ATTRACTIVE ITEMS PQR SPRING BUYING Royal Worcester Corset8 TdIRECT from the M.VMJPACTUBBRS.) Koyal Worchester conets are known all over America for their ityle, fit and eaae. Our ahowing this aeason it excoptionally good. We have fifteen different atylea to choose from In white and drab. Pricea from f 1 to f 4.00 per pair. New Axminster & Tapesty Squares These are direct from tlie mills and the designs are more artistic, the Golora are more striking and handsomer than ever before. A large shipment haa Just been received andis hero for your inspection. AH sixes, Pricea from flO.OO to $37.00 according to quality. Navy Dress Duck, Special 15c yd. 10 pieces extra quafity dress duck suitable fur children's wash blouses aud drcaaca, in neat small patterns. Warranted fast colors, a? inches wide. Special 15 cents per yard. New Tatpesitry Coverings, Cretoiine and Art Sateens We have Just placed in stock la places of tapestry furniture covering. All in tlie newest shades and deaigna &0 inches wide. Prices from 7S eta. to $a.0O per yard. j; Hceai from. IS otota to �1.80' per yardV 4. � ] .^C-^J S .'.^^ White Underskirts at $1.75 Women's white underskirts, made ,of fine cambric, lawn flounce, trin�-med with flne tucka and two rowa of lace ihsertioni finished with laca around the bottom length 38, 40 and 43 inches. Easily worth 93.35. Special at �1>75. NEW CREATIONS IN BLOUSES-Probably no garments ever made have been more serviceable, more becoming jibpular than the Shirt Waist. The newest creations o� the season are now displayed on the second floor. We have to select from at from 50c to $4.50 each. more | 40 dozen 1 , _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ a.*. aaa a. a^VTa: a'a. ' a .a.'a a'a a' ' �" Provincial lunilier & Hannfac'g. fo. Ltd., Mannfacttirers, Jobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE-RETAIL Lumber, Doors, Sash, Moaldings, Tamings, -Shingle, Lath, Oedar Posts, and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORE Can Von Beat these ? 2ILots in North Ward, one block from Westminster School, at $125 Each Easy terms. 12 lots in River View at $200 each. Very easy terms. Xist your property with us, if you want quick returns. i Cooke BLOCK . PHONE 123 SMUrS�nriect BAPTIST TABERKACLC. In the Baptist Church the Easter and annivaraary nervices v-ere. combined, Easter Sunday being the sixth anniversary of the organization of the church. Rev. H. Bryant of Medl;4 cine Hat was the preacher of the day. His preaching and singing were very much enjoyed by all present. The Gohgresations at both services were large. ^ WESLEY CHURCH. The special Easter music and the beautiful Easter lily decorations formed the special Easter features at Wenlcy Church. Iiarge audiences as  ssmbled to hear Vr. Riddell, Presi -dent of Alberta College, preach two very forceful sermons. Th� speaker appealed also on bshalt of thp college and about 8SI00'was subscribed. ST. AUUUSTIIJ'S. The Easter services at St.;Augus -tin's were very iarfsly atteniM- At the enrly celobration and at mid-day there was the largest number of conv-municants in tha history of the church. The choir rendersd the Ad-lam Communion in F with splendid efftict. The well arranged floral dis-|l>lay was the gift of Hrs. Sherlock and Ura. UcVtcoll. ST PATRICK'S. FollAwing ths aeries of mMtings held during Holy Week, the Easter services at St. Patrick's reached an inspiring climax on Sunday. Hun  dreils received the communion at the early service at.S.SO. At St. Pster's mass at eleven, the church was crowd ed, many beJng'luraed away. The beautiful Easter service was effectively rendered. A most interesting feature '^took place after the High Mass when- the Austrians brought their Easter baskets of eatables to bs blessed.. About Dfty of these baskets were presented to receive the blessing. At the sv^nlug service the Ra-gina Coeli and Hallelujah vere beautifully given. Next Sunday tw�n|^y-flve children, who are now in retreat preparing for the ceremony will be reeeivsd at com A LOCAL BUDGET. Twenty new pupils were enrolled at the Central School and fIwelve at Westminster this week. WANTED-Oirl to do housework in family of three at Taber. Replying give nationality and experience. Apply, Box M., Herald Office. T. -T. O'Brien, field manager for the Knight Sugar Co. has written W. II. Fairfield to see if any of the Lethbridge fanners, would care to contract for the growing of sugar beetH. J.F. Hamilton, B.A. Sc. of Calgary, is entering into partnership with S. Young B.L.S,, of Toronto, in a general engineering and surveying bust -ness. The Arm have secured ofBcea in the Higinbothnm block and will be ready for business in a few days. Mr. Hamilton will give spiacial attention to irrigation work. For the past five years he has been with the Territorial and Dominion govemmAnts on Irrigation work in Alberta. ewan firm, that has recently purchas cd four sections of land, intend going into farming on a large scale o. C. McDonald the Lethbridge agent for the British American Land Co., is in Xew Dayton to-day, choosing land for several buyers. For the last section of land purchased by them, the Wells Cattle Co. paid R. Fawns of Stirling, 990 an acre. On Saturday the local posi ofBce issued 58 money orders for a total of f3,47S and it was not a pay day either. City CottAcil was Buty m munion lor the first tine by Father Van Tighom. KNOX CHURCH. . The Eaatsr sorvlcos at Knos ^ureh wont In perfect keeping with ths day. Rev, W. O. Brown. B.D,.praaeh-dd two elpquent and inspiring ser-muns upon ths rosurrsctloB tlianie. The woM-trainad choir of ovar twan-tV votoas asslstMl by a ten plaea orchestra under tha abla direction of rr�r. J. O. Harpar randered ' Baatar music that was .dolighi to thalarga' audianeas that attaoded both sarvioaa Q. W. Robinson had a big bunch of letters, reporta, and requesU to read at his initial nweting as civic secretary-treasurer, on Monday night Among the ntore important acts of the council were the decialona to use day labor in the construction of the cement walks, and to have all alec  trie light and telephone poles placed in future under the aupervision of the city angiaear. It waa rasolved to give citiscns upon application trees and to plant the balance of the 1785 tjroos owned by the city this spring. A nursery will bo acquired for the 10,000 seedlings under order. Ths council adopted Aid. Cunningham's suggestion to secure a statement from the Underwriters Association as to what improvements in the flra equipment would be best and what reduction in insurance rates would follow if adopted. An effort will be made to accommodate the transient public with tents and cots. Tha roadway to the trafRc bridge will be fixed at once. The eity books will hencoforth be audited monthly and the city engineer will have oflloaa in tha Hlglnijotham block. NEW DAYTON. New Dayton, situated ten miles south of Stirling, will aooa be a real town. A big carpenter gang is tiwre now building a atore. a livery stable and an hotel. The hist will ba rush-ad through ao as to be open in a short.time.. , Mr, Morrlaon, who owns tlirta tiona of land in thia vicinity, had his stoam ploughing outOt at work''all'.waak. � ''-V; � ,  Tha Walla qatUa Oo, a Saakaick - NOTICE. B. C. Moore, of the Moore Under  taking Parlors of Lethbridge, desires to call th^ attention of the public to the faci^ that ha is no personal relation of nsr has he any busineaa con-, nection with Messrs. Moore and Moore, late of the Moore Undertaking Parlors of Medicine Hat, of which firm J. J. Moore stands chargadriitb disrnapect to the dead and obtaining money under false pretences. B.C.MOORE STRAYED The following baT* ttiayed from the pfemises of the undersigned: 1 taj gelding.Jbranded N on left hip, Tinted with N on left shoulder 1 bay gelding, bninded R V. on right shoulder. 1 bay gelding, branded R V en right shoulder, 60 74 on right li'p A reward of $6 each will be paid for their return to BEX VIRTUE. Lethbridge. The m Sdnol Literary Sodeily CONCERT OHyer'sllan, Friday, ApiS AT 8 P.M. A Whole Evciiliir� biloym^ YOU UKE IT �OU accii iMt a sboemalaer, ao thcic's ao need of going Into an naly^^of the eonstftietiOn of th� 'HStiecnXbamr^ Shoe. B�t tlw fact fcnuins Ckat It satisfies ovm two nllUoo wearils. Ther know thcr like Itt that; ft gives styfe totht footi that It fflvcai comfort the first dar worn. And that Is cnoagh. It holds lis shape loager tban olfaer ready made shoes hccaiisB It fU�^ Yet the fiiotis business done oo/'Qtieen Qual* Ity^ Shoes kc^s the prices moderate Fred Gow & Co. . 75.00 $i�Sfi $4,00 ^ Classes ih Time Saves Sight Neglect to haye them properly examined may cause a lite^time ' ol sorrow and regret. Small disorders grow more aerioaa evaiy 'day. There is aatisfaction in knowing for sure that your eyea am all right. WE CAN TELL YOU. 9R�N, the�ye apeeialiat, the only one in Sbutbarai Alberta^ at R. A. WRIGHTS Jewelry Store. ^ Tha plaee where Watoh work ia done right/ Prooeeda In aid of Piano Fond. Beaerved Seato 60c. Sludent'aTioketo25o.' / Plan at Biginbotbam'a drog^ftoM CAwAOIAX NATION Al. park, BANFF. Al/TA. Malta your raservationa now for ranting comfortable furnished homea for tho suninwr months at Banff. Alta. Our cottages are very centrally loeated and adjoin the Banitariuni Apply aariy for all information to : V HBNOBRaOK.Vfcr DOWNER, Latlibrl4a*/Alberta, or Maple ' FOR SALE. 640. aeraa of good farming, and graslng land, twalva mllaa from Craabrook. Will alao grow fruit. Plenty of good watsr. and timi)a/~Tor ' foneing. Part under euHivatlon, ell. Price fr.flO per acre. � Ad- prairla. dmM. K. DESOUROI, Box as, Craabrook,  '�I.e. "MM ;