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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta v.. STORES -inventory Sale! Next month the Company's annual stock-taking takes place, atid we announce a special sale of bright new goods at splendid reductions. New French Delaines 15 pieces of fine'French Delamea, the prettiest collection of these dainty materials we have ever shown, neat figures, flowers and stripes, in idl the latest shades for spring, for bloases. Special per yard, from....................... ...............4dc to 60o Dainty New Gloves for Spring Oar 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 stook of Corsets at all prices and all sices. We draw yonr attention to onr special 457 line. Princess hip, straight front, with hose supporters...............Special 1.50 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 Ooods, 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 new> See our display from...........................60c to 1.76 per yard COLORED TAPEETTA SILKS-15 pieces of Colored Tatfettas. splendid weight for linings and drop skirts, all the leading shade* for spring..................................Special per yard, 76o. Turkish Towels 35c pair 60 pairs assorted styles in Turkish Bath Towels, suitable for either bath or bedroom use, good size................Specif per pair, 85o Bargain in Men's Shirts 5 dozen men's soft front shirts, made of good quality cambrie, med* valur, at 1.00. " * ~" ium light, with neat fancy stripes, good va Special 86�. Black Sateen Underskirts Made of good quality black sateen, two accordem pleated trills with strappings, lengths S8 to 42................... Special 1.25 i.M.iM.Min.......................................................'�"''"............."...................................."'........�..�..�>�� If'. I MVS AT THE Co-operative Saturday, Apr. 13 2 - More days of Bargains Do not leave your purchasing until the last minute, as we had to look the doors last Saturday evening on account oi the large crow^. We regret any should have to be turned away. We have just placed on sale many lines we were unable to get out sooner. Bach day's sale will find fresh Bargains, goods you will reiquire. Gome with the crowd. Store open until 11 p. m. To-Night and Saturday The J.Brown Co.Ltd SaeoMMrs to the Co-operative Association A LOCAL BUDGET. , H. nobmsoaof LH -Ity. Us Ulls us ot^^Ava'hMndnd c�ttU)^;i^Ui; rhii mm' throoMh tb� wlnUr WaiANMIv^af eat*. , ,. ____'Llttls Bow to in | Th� tubject of the aermon at Weik- thr'clty. Us t�Hs us tlwti^certain.'ley church on Sunday evening is,'Th� ---------- ' llMBlng of Life.' Tha �acrament of the Lord's Suppar will tw obMJrvsd BSOirMrs win 1M iesslvsd. Born on April 9th, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Cuoke, a son. The Gait Hospital Board meets on Friday night at the Chinook Club. C. B. Bowman, alderntan-elecV is to be appointed chairman of the finance^ committee. V The Junior baseball euthusiastawiU hold their annual organization ooeet-ing in the Dallas Hotel to-night. The C. P.R. freight trafBc at Luthr bridge for March is fl ty per cent greater than . for March last year. The passenger traffic Is twenty-five per cent, greater. Mrs. John Craig of Slocan City, B.C.. and Mrs. J. W. Smith of Toronto are visiting their sister Mrs. Barford at her new home on Bur-dette Street. Mernra. F. M. McPherson from Winnipeg and W. J. Todd of Winnipeg ha[ve eRtcre�Mthe employ of the Bent--ley Co., supplying the places vacated by R. P. Bawden and A. Ripley ra-spcctively. At tha annual v-eatry meeting of  St. Augustin's last Friday. H was decided to proceed with the building of a tSS.OOO church Just as soon as 115.000 was secured to atart with. The officers of the church were elected. W. H: Lae, the painter, decorator, and papor-haager aaya that hia business has Incraaoed so rapidly that ha is adding additional men continually. A good houaokeeper apprec -latea easy spring cteaining done in the right way. Take your ease and let Leo do the work. The preliminary plan of the Sherlock Block show two large stores 33x100 feet and one smaller: one ISx 43 feet. There will be 48 offloes, large, bright and airy. InsMe light la given by a large court. Every convenience and acconuaodatlon la provided for. i Mrs, E. E. Hall arrived last night from Taber on her way to the coast. "A Broken-Down Fence," will be the subject of Rev. W. Reid'a ad-dresa in the Baptiat Tabernacle on Sunday evening at 7.S0. The forenoon service will be held at 11 a.m., and the Sunday School, and Bible liana at 8 o;clock. Everybody ia Invited. Tha Canadian and American newt  papera have been publiabing emggar-atod reports of the Saskatcbewan snow blockade, one report saying that 6,000 cnra were Mocked. The fact is that 178 cam of freight were is on a business trip Rbbt. Sage to^ Calgary. A, Caller of Caiiw 19r6e^'-?ardstpn Is in the city. Vr - j.;;;,-^ About ninety extra men are atwork in the C.P.R. yards. John Shav. a{id son and Mr. Jar-vie have arrivud from Falkirk, Scotland, and will soon bring their fani-ilies here to reside. -.^,M. Crawford of Indian Bead, Sai|k.,'who used to work here with H. Bentiey. is renewing acquaintances in the city after an absence of twenty-two years. F. H. Fuliuatory has^severpd his connection with the Lethbridge Con-servatorj' of music and intends opening a studio at unce. Mr. Palmetory was a pupil of the celebrated Rafael Josephy. The Labor Temple la to be used as an Opera House for s^mall. companies after Oliver's Hall Is no longer available. The bigger companies are all cancelled, until the new Opera House Is buiit. There is a show billed for the Labor halt on the 19th. The dates for the L�tbbrldgie and District Agricultural Society Fair have been fixed .as Tuesday. Wednesday and,Thursday. August (B, 7 and 8. At the convention, A. E. Humphries was chairman 'of the dates committee. Other leading dates are: Ed monton, July 1-4; Calgary. July 9-13; MacLeod, July 31-Aug. 3: Ma grath, Sept. 19-30: Raymond, Sept. 34-^35; Cardston, Sept. 3&-37: liedi cine Hat, Oct. 1-3: and Pineher Creek, Oct. 16. Football L�ftgu� Beh�dlul�. Western Division. Frank at Pineher Creek, June 8. Coleman at Frank June 8. Pineher at Colanian June 15. Colemah'it'Plirclier June 19. Frank at Coleman June 33. Pineher at Frank July 39. Bastera Division. x MacLeod at ^Taber May 38. Macleod at Lethbridge, May 34. Taber at Lethbridge June 30. Taber at MaeLeod, June 31. tethbrhlge at Macleod*,; July 1. Lethbridge at Taber July ,4. -;. .0 ' C. H. Russell, D.A.. principal of Queen's Avenue School, Edmonton, has been appMnted ocbool Inspector; 8'IRAI^ OR 8T0LEK bloclrovinee at or near the political centre. Stratli' cona. Premier Rutherford's homo city, has boBn chosen- for the loca -tlon. of the Provlnchtl University. Calgary made a strong bid through Hon. W. U. Cushlng. assisted by other members of the South. The site has not been definitely chosen, but in a city so well located os Btratheona, it will not be difficult to get a good site. The Agrievltural Collag�,Too The Albertan is authority lor saying that Hon. W. T. Finlay. Minister of Agrteultuiv. baa declarsd that the provincial agricultural college will be plaeed wherever the university Is located.. This means that it will go to Sdmoaton or Strathcona. . The Methodiat Church la putting an ordained preacher at Athabaiska Landing. This town away to tha north is frowing steadily and the rush to the Fsscs River district is bouad to aakt It a bif ssatrs. iSTINCTIVS style, great variety, moderate price, "eaae the first day worn"-these are the distinguishing features of "Queen Quality" Shoes which have caused them to be fiyored beyond all other women's shoes in the world; and which by the aame token bring women in throngs to select their shoes here. The season's new styles Aire now ready. For etreet and general wear Glazed Kid and Gun Metal 1 (lathera wi'J be the votgue with discriminating dressers. Priced $3.30 and $3.00. Soma Patent X�eather atytes $4.00. FRED COW & CO. ONE-HALF THE WORLD wear Rlasses, but not half of that half wear tbe fight glaMM*. The wrong glasses are often woiaa thaa none: they are a eon* stent strain and a permanent injoiy to the �yee. Only soienti' fic examination can determine what glaseea yoar eyes icquiia, you can't tell by trying on glasses. Ba on the safe side; let onr eye specialist, G. B. OBEN, give loar eyea a oarefOl euaina. tion. Itdoesn'toost anything-ha �aa tell yon jnatwbalyan need-delaya arei dangeroQS. R. A. WRIGHT'S Jcvvelry Stpre. The place wham Wateb work Is dona right. An imporUnt meeting of ibs I. O.F. will be bsld Friday evsBlaf l|ht e'eleek, O. I ClanwholM beat MaeLeod at feci- % at >all ea TiMedar to ike tuas of a-O. Ifhs 0m MB #�eaa and,fast;" ;