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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta J. Skirts Jackets Suits Ypu will find our stocks very complete. In Ready-to-w6ar Oartncnts, In fact we are BLowing the lai^geit range of Skirts ever shown here. Worthy of mention is our SPECIAL t4.00 SKIRT. This is a pure wool twred skirt, made up in gocd style, and the proper out. See Our Ladies' Coats at $8 and $9 Lots of style and quality right. Fashionable Suits Your money's worth at f 12, $13, |15 and $17. Special for Saturday Only 100 pairs IJ large size White Cotton Blankets, Blue or Pink Striped QC^ Border......x............................................pit pair Fancy Dresser Covers Frilled si^es and ends, length of (Cesser, each 25c. A. Macdondd (& Co. EYE SHIELDS -OR- DUST GLASSES BEE OUB Automobile Glass 50c per pair J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. W. A. Aubin of Reliance spent Tupsdfty in the city. W. H. Pawson of Coalddle hasbeen soving wheat since i ist Thursday. A building permit has been issued to Elias AduiTis for a residence on Duflierin Street. Wanted-Uy a young business man, n furnished room. Apply Box L, Horalil Office. �. . (. .  � , H, C; KnowIcR of Duluth, Minn., had a l>\rge party of liaid seekers at Taljcr..t)i^||^uck. W4,;A.\Aubin,manager'-of the Re-lianca nifiic, solal. $45,000 worth of real estate, there^4ast week'. Pptcr Patterson of Fernie, D. C, secretary �(. District No: 8 of Miners' UhiiinV arrived in tliecity Monday night. A. M. Naiiton Winnipeg, man-nging director of Jhe A.U. & 1; Co. wus in the city on'.Tuesday. A. Biirn.slcy ihas. entered into paPt-nnd Dis|Mnsiaj^ Chemists on 'i^ucsday evening occompanicd by ' Mrs. A. M. Wright, with whom she LBTHBRIDGE. Nanton people are talking town m-corporiition, Mrs. Ocu. Rogers and Master Clarence went to Calgary on Monday morning's local. J. U. 'Stanley, an old time Leth-bridge lacrosse enthusiast is spend -ing a few Miss M. McDermid who has nursing Dr. Mewbum, spent a few. days here after her return from St. Paul, and Ivit on Wednesday oiorn  ing for LACombe to visit her brother. The dogs of the cit.v are contributing to its revenues, 120 dog taxes having been issued so far. A few Manager Austin of the Union Bank ' more canines are still living in fear of Canada came in mn Monday from -and trembling. Only 84 tags were a week's vacation. Mr. Austin was ^ issued last year, relieved by E. N. O'Donnell, accountant at Letlibridge. Mr. Austin went-west with C. A. Gigot, visiting Nelson, and Cranbrook tefore returning. -Alberta Star. ti)- The School" Board will meet morrow (Frida.v) night. C. P. Ti. Roadmaster Erickson was in the cil.v on Tuesday insjiecting the work here. B. Sinclair, W. .T. .lohnston and K. Oickinsuu of Coutts, spent a few days in the city. Go to W. Shav- for first class painting and decorating. None but first^;lu6s painters employed. Harry Pilling who has been in Frank fo'i* some time, has returned to Lethbridge to accept a position here. .T. Phillips fornierly of the Bole Drug Co., Winnipeg is managing R. H. McOuftee's drug store at Ray -hioiid. Rev. Wm. Beid's Monday evening of lecture on '"J'he Slums of Glasgow," in the Baptist Church proved to be of d�!p interest. Having labored for some years in the district of Brighton, Glasgow, his personal memorirs were most realistic. Ho is a fluent young speaker ond will always receive a warm welcome in Medicine Hat.-Medicine Hat News. Rev. l''athor Lacombe, the veteran northwest tnissionary, who has been in Quebec province for some weeks past, will return this week to his O. C. Maynard of the Bank of j home in Pihcher Creek, Alberta. He Commerce has l�eon transferred to ' �ill bo accompanicsd by the Rev. Red Beer. Mr. .lames of Red Deor is Father Ua:rette of the Oblat Fathers, I coming to Liithbridge. People driving in the country com- whosc superiors have instructed him to write the mcniorics of the Rev. tno Mucljoth xVgencyl Their new, of- ' plain that the dead cattle are not Lacomlw, which will consti - fices will bef in the' Hlginljditham being disposed of, These warm days t"*^" an important document for the block. make the carcasses a little higti. .history of the Northwest.- Winnipeg Free. Press.. . Who are Iboking for nice new stylish LVy Goodt are invited to inspect otir stock. Our goods are all new and prices right. We have no old stoiok to offer. OUR'AMERICAN SHOES Are the latest styles and we carry a full line In button and lace, also Oxfords. OUR HOSIERY STOCK Is large and well assorted, and we oan satisfy anyone in this Department Wholesalie arrd Retail. Miss L. A. Scott'has a fine dis -play of millinery at her establish -mcnt on Ford Street, where the City Bakery was located, and is prepared to give the Lc>thbridge ladies the latest styles in millinery. Our weather may not seem ns saan-onable as that of previous years but. it iook.s goad t��-^visitors who report far worse weather conditions in Nor-therri Alberta, Saskatchewan, Da -kotu .antl Montana. 'Twas ever thus; we ttiwajs have the best. Tlie EinvortI) League of Wesley church intend having an evening with Druimnond, the Habitant poet, on Monday evening. Owing to the rec -ent death of this popular Canadian poet, this programme is very timely. TIieHigii School Literary Society at thiBir concert last Frida.v, nuade total receipts of 9142 50. After deducting $16.30 expenses they clear the handsome sum. of i|12fi, ond have the satisfaction of eminently pleasing) the entire audience. The Ladies Aid of Wcsle.v Church had a "brown" supper on Tuesday evening when . Boston beans baked brown, brown brjad, brown dough -nuts and everything else done up brown was served. The supper was only fairly well patronized. "The Canadian Church Courier" a new paper demoted to the interests of the Church of England in Western Canada has reached our sanctum. It is very readallj indeed, even for lay readers, and should receive a hearty welcome to Anglican homes in the West. A. M. Clark who has been in the florist business in Calgary for some years, is opening up a floral estab -lishmont here. He has secured property upon which to construct his hot houses and until these are,com])leted h� is briaging flowers for sale from Calgary. Mrs. Wm. Lomb died on Saturday from blood-poisoning. On Monday afternoon Rev. .1. S. Chivers conducted the funeral at the residence. The interment will .take place at Peterboro' Ont.. Mrs. Lamb's former homn. A husband and a family harfH the jeweller, intends removing his stock to AIai;leoe v ill start up business hav. ing s.>i;iircd n good location. ,/os. MacI^od, r.P.K. yard foreman at Lethbridge died on S\inday from heart trouble. The funeral- con ducted by Uev. A. M. Gordon, on Monday, was larg'elj' attended. New Dayton is booming, lis po)>-ulation increased by two hundred per cent in one week. Carloads of furniture, hardware, and implcm.ontl are due to arrive in a short tinw. Rev. Thos. Powell of Maple Creek, Sask., preached two very able sor -mons in Wesley Church on Sunday. His evening discourse was a very strong plea for the "Bight -mcnt of Life." John William Whitfield by his solicitor C. F. Harris, is suing Mur -dork McKcnxio for U5,000 for alien � ation of the alTcctions of plaintilT's wife, .\gnes Whitfield, whoso maiden name was Agues Hnrgraves. Postmaster E. X. fTiginbotliani: hojies to Ijo in the new offlce in a few days. The boxes wore shipped from Newmarket on Morch 2:�. The fixtures of the building arc rapidly neariiig complctiAn. Rev. J. E. Hughson, occupied the Century Church pulpit, Medicmo Hat last Sunday in the Interests of missions. The congregations were asked for 9600 and rc-ipondod with $83.5, which with late subscriptions will probably reach $900. * ' The annual general meeting of the Lethbridge Cricket Club will be held in O. 11. Johnston's store to-night at 8 o'clock, for the election of of-flceni' ond the transaction of other important business. All members are urged to be present. Mrs. Sydney .lackson held her postnuptial reception on Thursday and Friday, April 4th and 5th at her home. Ford Street. The hostess wore a' handsome gown oi pale blue silk. She was assisted by Mesdamcs Chivers and lliginbotham, while Misses Addy and Macbeth presided In the tea-room. The License and Police Committee will recommend that the City Council raise police salarjcs $10 per month, so that the Chief will receive $90; the senior constable 1!>7.5; and the others 870 a month. The committee did not come to a definite decision re the contracts for the police uiiil'orms. That the Maple Leaf Football Club means business this year is very evident. They have taken on a number of matches oircady, including several picked teanus ai�d one w-ith Macleod league team. On 'Tuesdoy night the R.N.W.M.P. boys assisted by a few others gave the team a good prac -tice. The score resulted in 4-0 in favor of the Leafs. The management convmitteo  of the Board of Education have appointed Miss Robb of Stratford. Ont., to the stah of Central school. Miss Robb hos vired her acceptance ami is com>-ing at once to relie\;e the congestion in the primary rooms. Being a quali fled kindwgurten teacher. Miss Robb will be piit in charge of that dejiart-mcnt when it is established. Tiio number of the Kerr Land Do-in's received at the Herald this week is particularly breezy and interesting, being a special Southern Alberta number. Several May-in-Janunry scenes are gi^'en as well as cuts showing the beauty and pro -ductivoness of the country. The O. W. Kerr Co. is certainly giving this district a good line of advertising. On the front cover of the current issue of the Kerr Land Doin's is an | excellent picture of a pair of D. .T. Whitney's ducks. The exchange reader of a local contt...porary said they were geese. Such ignorance oi the distinguisihing features of live stock may cause him serious difllculty when ot u latter date he must know the dilTercnce between sheep and goats. Among a number of charming people who have recently coiiie to Edmonton to reside, are Mr. and Mrs.. W. A> liuchanan of Lethbridge, who are at preseht guests of the Hotel Cecil, jHsnding making arrnngomonts for ft pcj-manent home. Mr. Buch -annn is a brilliant young journalist, who has recently deserted the profession to accept the position of Provincial Librarian, an office Just newly created.-Saturday News, Edmonton. An interesting spectacle is promised the people of Lethbridge, when m a few weeks, Mr. Ayotte, the officer oppointed by the Dominion Govern -nxcnt for the purpose, brings through here a herd of 4.'iO buffaloes from Mon tuna. The government has purchas -cd these animals outbidding the United States governnunt, paying some 9100.000 for them. They will be placed in the national park iicar Edmonton. Two sfiecial trains will be chartered to convey the bisons to their neinr domain. Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our ]907-fito'jk now on hand. Prices guaranteed. CaU:�idiw shown. ,e�nii�d in took-no MtprsM to . poy-no waiting fqr goodi.- i. Baby We have just'received a shipment of CARRIAGES;'GO: s' CAUTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the reed. , work, and elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD 4 A Satisfactory-Rcvelalicii it wdl be to you if }'ou look at Mirfa : of our modal bathrooms wbons .�w have put ici tubs, wMl�t�nda, aheif^i ers and other fixture* and lacilltr cleanliness and comfort. aiaMs tlie luxury of bfttMac a BMMSliy:' and an everyday .dcliglit at IMtl* cost Ask us how llttto C. W. GRAY m 'if ^COXYBiilAUE BLOCK. Lethbridge, Alta. A few good buys for this week: 3 lots, corner Williani niid Courtland sts.?........$350 each 4 ' . Westminster Road.......................460 " 3 " , ' ".......................825 " 2 " , Courtland st............................400 " 7 " , London Rood................. . . v i     - 300 " 8 " , Bompas St., 225 ft. depth... v..500 " Idiots Bompas street.............600 1 lot and 4-roonied house........ v/;... .i....... .600 2 business lots on Smith street----..............3,800 2 lots and o-roomcd house, North Ward."..........700 ;} " 6 ...... ------------800 20 lots ill North Ward, at....................... .'100 each To Rent-A 4-roomed House, $7 monthly We also have some good acreage property ranging from $125 per acre up to |300 per acre. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE G. H. Johnston^s NEW GOODS Opening To-Day! ^' Children 8 Headwear | Our Specialty This Week L. & J. McLeay ;