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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Pre-Inventory Sale! Next month the Company's annual stock-taking takes place, and we announce a special sale of bright new goods at splendid reductions. New French Delaines 15 pieces of fine Frenoh Delaines, the prettiest collection of these dainty materials we have ever shown, neat figures, flowers and stripes, in all the latest shades for spring, for blouses. Special per es, in all the latest snaaes lor spring, tor mouses, opecim yard, from.......................................45c to 60o Dainty New Gloves for Spring Onr showing of Ladies' Kid Gloves for spring is the largest and best yet. There is a style and smartness in these new lines that has never been equalled, all the newest shades, including black and white.........................Special value from 1.25 to 2.50 pair Fit Yourself with a pair of our 457 Corsets We have a tremendous stock of Corsets at all prices and all sizes. We draw your attention to our special 457 line, Princess hip, straight front, with hose supporters...............Special 1.60 pair Bleached Table Linen 60c yard 120 yards fine bleached Table Linen, 64 inches wide, nice even weave, with beautiful satin finish.............Special per yard, 60c Spring Silks and Dress Goods Newest and most fashionable Dress Goods, and the most wanted Silks at moderate prices. Novelty Tweeds for spring Coats and Suits, a large number of different colorings and designs in our large collection. Broken plaids, small checks and stripes are entirely now. See our display from..........................50c to 1.75 per yard COLORED TAFEETTA SILKS-15 pieces of Colored Taffettae, splendid weight for linings and drop skirts, all the leading shades for spring..................................Special per yard, 75o. Turkish Towels 35c pair 60 pairs assorted styles in Turkish Bath Towels, suitable for either bath or bedroom use, good size................Special per pair, 85e Bargain in Men's Shirts 5 dozen men's soft front shirts, made of good quality cambric, medium light, with neat fancy stripes, good valur, at 1.00. Special 85e. Black Sateen Underskirts Made of good quality black sateen, two accordern pleated frills with strappings, lengths 38 to 42...........................Special 1.25 Big Sale AT THE Co-Operative CLOSES Saturday, Apr. 13 More days of Bargains - 2 Do not leave your purchasing until the last minute, as we had to look the doors last Saturday evening on account oi the large crowds. We regret any should have to be turned away. We have just placed on sale many lines we were unable to get out sooner. Baob day's sale will find fresh Bargains, goods you will require. Come with the orowd. Store open until 11 p. m. To-Night and Saturday The J.Brown Co.Ltd Successors to the Cooperative Association H. Robinaon of Little Bow Sa in the city. He tells us that a certain herd of flvo hundred cattls In -Ms district came through the winter without less sa4 reserves *e sere. The subject or the sermon at Wesley church on Sunday evonlng in, 'The Meaning of Life.' The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed and new member* will be rsoatvsd. A LOCAL BUDGET. Dora on April 9th, to Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cooke, a son. Tho Gait Hospital Hoard meets on Friday night at the Chinook Club. C. D. liowman, aldermnn-eloct Is to be appointed chairman of the finance committee. Tho Junior basoball enthuslostswlll hold their annual organization meeting in the Dallas Hotel to-night. j Tho C. P.R. freight traffic nt Loth-bridge for March is fi ty per cent greater than for March last year. The passenger traffic is twenty-five per cent, greater. Mrs. John Cruig of Slocan City, D.C.. and Mrs. J. W. Smith of Toronto are visiting their sister Mrs. Darford at her new homo on Bur-do tto Street. Messrs. P. M. McPherson from Winnipeg and W. J. Todd of Winnipeg : have entered-4.he employ of the Dent-ley Co., supplying tho places vacated by R. P. Dawden and A. llipley respectively. | At tho annual vestry meeting of St. Augustin's lust Friday, It was decided to proceed with the building of a $25,000 church Just as soon as 815,000 was secured to start with. Tho officers of the church wore elected. | W. H. Lee, the painter, docorator, and pnporhanger says that his business has Increased ao rapidly that he Is adding additional men continually. A good housekeeper apprec  lates easy spring cleaning done In tho right way. Take your ease and lot Lee do tho work. The preliminary plan of the Sherlock Mock show two large stores 22x100 feet and one smaller one 18x 42 feet. There will be 48 offices, large, bright and airy. Inside light is given by a largo court. Every convenience and accommodation is provided for. Mrs, E. E. Hall arrived last night from Tabor on her way to the coast. "A liroken-Down Fence," will be the subject of Rev. W. Reid's address in the Baptist Tabernacle on Sunday evening at ?.80. The foro-noon sorvicit will be held at 11 a.m., and tho Sunday School and Dlblo (lass at S oiclock. Everybody is invited. The Canadian and American news  papors have boon publishing exaggerated reports of tho Saskatchewan snow blockade, one report saying that 0,000 cars were blocked. The fact Is that 178 earn of freight wore blockaded along the C.N.It. mainline west of nuroboldt, Sask. In a short 'time, the situation was relieved although thore was considerable hardships among the tmsnigraata' stock. Is on a business trip Kobt. Sage to Calgary. A_ Cozier of Casier Bros.. Cardston Is in the city. About ninety extra men are atwork in tho C.l'.R. yards. John Shav and son and Mr. Jar -vie have arrived from Falkirk, Scotland, and will soon bring their families here to reside. J. M. Crawford of Indian Head. Sask., who used to work here with H. Bent ley, is renewing acquaintances In the city after an absence of twenty-two years. F. II. Puliuator.v has. severed his connection with tho Lethbridge Conservatory of music and intends opening a studio at once. Mr. Palmntory was a pupil of the celebrated Rafael Josephy. The Labor Temple la to be used aa an Opera House for small companies after Oliver's Hall is no longer available. The bigger companies are all cancelled, until tho new Opera House Is built. There is a show billed for tho Labor hell on the 10th. The dates for the Lethbridge and District Agricultural Society Fair hate been fixed as Tuesday, Wednesday and .Thursday, August S, 7 and 8. At the convention, A. E. Humphries was chairman 'of the dates committee. Other leading dates are: Edmonton, July 1-4; Calgary, July 9- 12; MacLeod, July 81-Aug. 2; Ma-grath, Sept. 10-20; Raymond, Sept. 24-25; Cardston, Sept. 20-27; Modi cine Hat, Oct. 1-2; and Pincher Creek, Oct. 10. Football League Schedule. Western Division. Frank at Pincher Creek, June 8. Colcmnn at Frunk June 8. Pincher at Coleman June 15. Coleman at Pincher June 19. Frunk at Coleman June 22. Pincher nt Frank July 20. Eastern Division. MacLeod at Taber May 23. Maclood nt Lethbridge, May 94. Taber at Lethbridge Juno 20. Taber at MacLeod, June 21. 'Lethbridge at Macleod*, July 1. Lothbridge at Taber July 4. C. H. Russell, R.A., principal of Queen's Avonuo School, Edmonton, has been appointed school inspector. Big Prizes for Horace. The directors of the Agricultural Society met lost night. The plot of ground ploughed last year for tree planting will be backset and thor  oughly worked to be ready for the planting in the spring. The first day of the fair will be purely agricultural, while sports will be tho chief attraction on the fol  lowing two days. Mr. Humphries said thut he had promises of exhibits In heavy draft horses from Cal  gary and High River. The committee for revising thoprizo list reported advising some changes in classes and a general raising . of tho value of the prizes, especially in pure bred horses, for which such pr,s-es are to be given aa rill attract the best horses In tho west. A total of over 81,200 is offered In draft horses alone. Valuable prises are being offered for grain. Market Report. Wheat, No. 1, per bushel ....._...... 58 Oats. No. 2, white, per bushel ... 20c Hay. baled, per ton ... $15 to 917. Ilav, loose, per ton........... ...... S>tr�. Bran, por ton........................f 10.30 Shorts, per ton ................., $18.50 Flour, Raymond, per 08 lbs. ...$1.05 Potatoes, per ton $18.; bushel 60 cts Butter, per pound ............26c to 85c Eggs, fresh 25 eta.: packed 18 cts. The above are wholesale prices. SinAYED OR STOLEN From my premises on Section a, Township 10, Rang* 22, one dark bay horso, branded 0 under quarter circle on left hip. Small white star on forohend and white left hind foot. $5.00 rorard, will be given to any one returning same to T. O. SHIRLEY, Lsthbridga. Provincial University Goes to Strathcona. Following the example of most of the eastern provinces the Alberta Government has decided to place tho educational centre of tho Province at or near tho political contrb. Strath cona, Premier Rutherford's homo city, haa been chosen for the loca  tlon of the Provincial University. Calgary made a strong bid through Hon. W. 11. Gushing, assisted by other members of the South. The site hus not been definitely chosen, but in a city ao well located aa Strathcona, it will not bo difficult to get a good site. The Agricultural College/Too The Albertan is authority for saying thot Hon. W. T. Finlay, Mlnlstor of Agriculture, bos declared that tho provincial agricultural college will be placed wherever the university is located. This means that -it will go to Edmonton or Strathcona. The Methodist Church ia putting an ordained preacher at Athabaaka Landing. This town away to tho north la growing steadily and the rush to the Peace River district is bound to make it a big centre. ,ISTINCTIVC style, great variety, moderate price, "ease the first day worn"-these are the distinguishing features of "Queen Quality" Shoes which have caused them to be fivored, beyond all other women's shoes in the world; and which by the same token bring women in throngs to select their shoes here. The season's new s'ylee are now ready. Por street and general wear Glazed Kid and Gun Metal leathers wi'l be the vogue with discriminating dressers. Priced $3.50 and $3.00. Soma Patent Leather styles $4.00. FRED GOW & CO. ONE-HALF THE WORLD wear glasses, but not half of that half wear the right gli_____ The wrong glasses are often worse than none; they are a eon. stant strain and a permanent injury to the eyes. Only scientific examination ean determine what ({lasses your eyea require, you can't tell by tryingon glasses. Be on the safe side; let our eye specialist, Q, B. OBEN, give your eyes s careful examine-tfon. It doesn't cost anything-be ean tell you just whet yon need-delays are dangerous. R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. The place where Watch work is done right. An important meeting of the IO. I O.F. frill be held Friday vering -* eight e'eleck. Clareeholm beat MacLeod at foot-at j�all on Tuesday to the tune of 3~0. Ifbs feses wee class and fast. ;