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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Skirts Jackets Suits You will find our stocks very complete in Rondy-to-wcw Garments. In fuct we are showing the Inrgost mndje of SkirtB over shown liore. Worthy of mention is our SPECIAL $4.00 SKIRT. This is ii pure wool tweed skirt, tnnde up in gocd style, and the proper cut. See Our Ladies' Coats at $8 and $9 Lots of style to with his old pal Sydney Jackson. � Mr. McLean Uio l)lg Rocky Coulee fnrm?r �a� In the city on Tuesday with ii \ury line assortment of hor -turn for sule. i .1. I'. Ferguson, general agent for lliu Oolnno Signal Oil Co., of franklin, I'n., lias in the city on Tuesday looking after hjs business here. George W, Oroon, Mayor of Kay  inuiid, spent the former part of the week In,the city In connection with the bull-ling of the Ellison mill. An auction sale of work and driving horses, also brood mares, will take place In the A.11. A 1. corralH back of the new C.l'.H. round-house on Saturday, April 20th, at two o'clock sharp. Mm. John llrodle has received word of the death of her father. Andrew llobb of Hamilton, Ont., on the 8lb Inst. Mr. Robb was a very-old man and one of the okleHt residents of Hamilton. An nd for a lost horse wns rushed into last week's Herald Just ns it was going to press. On Saturday morning we were told to take tha ud. out us it bad brought the horse bnck. See the point? 3555 It. A. Darker, the Province of for general manager Alberta for for the'.lhi W. II. Home of Hum & Home went to Calgary on Wednesday. The II. Mnebolh Agency have sold over sixty Cards ton lots this week. Miss K Miintis of Calgary is vis -lllng her cousin, Mrs. ,1. K. Iltigh-son at the parsonage. Mrs. held at the usual hour on Sunday. Kvcning subject: "Tho Sluggard's Farm." All strangers and visitors' invited. Clnrcnre Hubbard the five year old son of Kd�iird Hubbnrd died on Tuesday and was buried yesterday In the public ronwtcry. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, with their boy, arrived in the city ten day* ago from Idaho with the intention of locating here. Hev. IV. Held conducted tho funeral service. I. A. C. Wllmot visited Lethbtulgc Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. Warf* P�per Nttftoi. All ^apef* �ho#ii. c*rritd in took^nd expr�M to p�y-too waiting lot good*. Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in tho resd work, and elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD EYE SHIELDS OR - DUST GLASSES SEE ova Automobile Glass 50c per pair J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. .1 I. E.iUn is nway on n business trip to points east. Mrs. Sydney Jackson will receive the fourth Fridny of each month. Wanted-lly n young business man. a furnished room. Apply H"X Herald Olllco. Just Received A large assortment of RAPITAEL TUCK & CO. S CELEBRATED Illustrated Post Cards For Sale only by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Frotily and Dispensing Chemists LETH BRIDGE. Mrs, .1. Fiirmun went out to Mountain View on Wednesday. Copper Co., volun -i" employees' wiip's nt ll.mndary Fulls, II.A., of Mac -A. Kettylsvif Monday In the The Dominion liirl'y raised tli at their smelter II C. I lev. W. A Low is, l.eod and Uev. O. South MacLeod ,|i,.nt rlty. Hev. .J. K. Hughson spent Tuesday and Wednesday out north straightening up the affairs of the late Hev. P. E Cory. A large uumU>r of land seekers passed through on Tucsduy on their way to Calgary to * lea the lands of the Canadian Colonization and Irri -gation Co. 1). C. Campliell of Winnipeg, gen-oral appraiser in the Went (or the Loan depurtmeut of the Canada Life caiiK* in on Tuesday morning, and left for Curdxton mid the South country on Wednesday's train. .1. W. Woolf. MP.P.. Cnrdston. re-iiii'iii'.! from Suit Uike Pity on Tues-day's train. J. W. Martin, of Brandon. Man., Inspector of Dominion Land Agencies is in the city. T. K. I'atte.ton has Wn absent from bis olllco several duys with an lit tuck of In grippe. M. Freeman and X. T. Mnclxod weni to Medicine Hat und Coleridge on their motor on Wednesday A lii'si.' number of people from the lluntsvillo ami Newlnmls districts were in town Monday attending the funeral of their pastor. Hev. F. K. Cory. F. 11. Downer returned from Al-hainlira Springs. Mont., on Tuesday. A PuirUeld of Toronto is K|H>nding a few days with his brother W. II Fairfield on his way to Spokane. Nash. I-urge annum sale of household furniture in Oliver's Hall next Tuesday afternoon, April IJ.'lril. at two o'elork. Afonr loot seam of excellent coal was struck at a depth of �7 Ustt by Messrs. lUillnrk and Mullock, one and a half miles east of Tuber. I I. Houncll of Cardston passed through the city on Tuesday on his way buck from Fdmonton when1 he delhervd a bunch of horses. Several new members were received into Wesley Church on Sumlay evening. The number received during the last few Hecks is now about eighty . W. A llleimer-llnssctt of the .1 Mroivn Co., Ltd.. left for Winnipeg. Sunday night ami is preparing to move his fain ly to Ip used for stores and lodge rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney .Incknon delightfully entertained nl their hnnM on Ford Street, the former's friends of imchelor days at Mrs. Wol-sley's boarding house, on Friday iwetiing. Miss Furse and II A Hid  die were the fortunate winners in the progressive euchre games. The Presbyterians of Tnlier under I H�>'�V* Snvugw, nre trying to get the leadership of tholr pastor, lU-v. j"" � �'th the fast Clnresbotm �I. It. Munro and with promises of generous, aid from Wov. C. W. (for - first of the week and reports that thriving city Is undergoing n reul estate boom that makes the fiercst prulrle gale look like a Wiling plater In a stake race. Mr. W'll-mot assures us that you can stand 'on the street corners and watch tho prices of vacant lots Jump skyward with a speed Hint exceeds the growth of an Iowa corn field and causes oneto brush up his mental arithmetic and commence figuring how many seconds uill elapse before the price has reached tho blue dome above. There nre seventeen real estate dealers in Lethbridgc and every one of them is 'making hay while the sun uhliies - Kdiiiontiin Saturday News. A Satisfactory Revelatkfi It will bo to you if you look at son* of our model bathroom* whciw �S have, put in tubs, waahstMd*. showers and other nxturaa and faclHtiiB lor cleanliness and comfort. Wti the luxury of bathing a aMStsMjr and an everyday d�lhjtrt at Mttte. cost. Ask ns how Uttl�. SPORTING GOSSIP bunch for the civic, anniversary. don of Winnipeg, have decided to jhtiiid n $5,000 church, with re.iding .room, riut) room and gymnasium in-'cluded. | The life nnd works of Pr. W II. Prunituoiid, the Habitant pis�t, were discussed in a very able add res* by I Mrs. C. p. Daniel at the Kpworth League literary meeting on Monday evening, ,1ns. Kenny nnd O. I). Austin gnvp a few readings from tho author's poems. The meeting wnn largely attended. We regret to chronicle the serious illness ,( Mms Knierson. matron of the Fei-nie Hospital, and until very ivceoil. on the Onlt Hospital staft. An o|M*ration for pcritontt-is has left Miss Kuierson in such a critical condition that a telegram was Hunt to her father in Collingwood, Ont.. urging mi Immediate start to ace her. t i W L McKon/le of Hamilton, Ont.. hall Will LiphM-dt of Lethhrltlgo is going into business in Mnclcod. He nml | Kansas bis wife are expected in Pontic on u. visit shortly.-I'Vrnle Free Press. i,. . ,.. . . . . ' itheri.i. Tho whole immigration Tho l^thbridge Hrewing nnd Mail-lis under i|iinrantine ns n result, ing Co. have installod � firty ton, lllP (,t.,,8ion of her Bering rx-frlgerator plant, and have started !^ tonm>ctlol, with lhi, u.,h,rUlgo tlioir two new fifty horse power en-I f, , �,.,,.i,�i * t o-Opernti\e Association, the ma"- 8 "0H jnger irtul stnn presented Miss Cninp- A geucitl members meeting of l he'hell, who has teen bookkoe|>er there Lethl ridge and Pistrict and Agricul-! for some years, with a very hand- tural Sorlely will lo held to-night in J Home portfolio. Miss Campbell has the Fire Hall to discuss the resigned the position to accept question of fliiaucing the society. Kv- ! |n nu. (', \\, Dowlnau Ageiny cry memUi should be present. stenographer. and W. P. Hoy of Halifax, Ont.. re-Little G.orgc Hubbard, a five year |w.tltIy ..^pioyed by tho Electric Sup-old child just recently arrived from I, x, c0 ,f Halifax have o|icm>d up an lied on Tuesday at the jJishment on Hedpnth St. next door Isolation Hispitnl of laryngeal thbridge, j Alta., was born in North (lower. I CarleUni County. Out.. Feb. I. 1835. I |anil entered railway service in 188H, bis record being April 1 1888 to 1885, , in CP.11. stores department at Wi-por. Fort William. Onl ; Aj>. n. j iUU5, to Mar.. 10U7, st fol -lowing oftlrerM were elected: Patrons:-Hon. Senator 1X> Vebcr. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P.: Sheriff X Voung. Hon. Pres.-Mayor (Inlbrnith. Hon. Vire-PreM.-W. A. Hamilton. Pres.- O. 1�. Austin. \ ice Pres.-(leo. Haley . Sec.-.1. 11. Hiley. Trena.-.1. Virtue. Management Committee.- W. Hyssop, F. Hose. ll. Hobsoit. Mascot-Jl. McKay. The committee was Instructetl to secure a manuger und grounds. The adjoined meeting will be held to -night in WVsley Church gymnasium at eight o'clock. The Club has good material and should be able to take on some fast teams this summer. Medicine Uat News: As there uro ] a number of local baseball players of merit it has ttcon decided among the fans to form a tnat local team to compete with the other teams in the west. Calgary has at present a fast amateur bum-h called the Victorias. | It is Just possible the lornl team will |lie known as the Medicine Hat Mar-oona. There has been no regular meeting of the amateur team ns yet, but it is ex]M>eled to organize It will assist the professional team by keeping up an enthusiasm, and probably develop plnycrs v ho will graduate into faster eompnny There is no reason why nmnteur iball should die because professional 'ball has started. Why should not our fast local bunch be organized nnd have games when the league team is en tour There are teams in the neighboring towns thnt can gi\c us good ball. LACROSSK. The Fdinonton club is anxiously nwaiting word from Lcthbridge re the organization of tho Albertn league. The promoters of tho associa -lion need to get a hustle on or the � season will be half over before the rchedule has been arranged.-l-Vlmon-ton llulletiii. There is a possibility that the (). W. Kerr Co. may send a publicity representative lo tour with the I>lh-I.ridge professional baseball team, in addition to A. K Humphries. Dominion immigration agent, who will be the official publicity agent - Kd namton liullot I Tlw loial lacrosse club holds a meeting in McClure nnd Stewart's-'office to-night to orgiini/4' for the season The organization has been j hanging lire awaiting the arrival of G. H. Johnston's NEW GOODS Special Values This Week Pi the |>e Velwi, .tho Mbeita league is the fathei of Manager Morrison has sent ilie local management the schedule of preliminary "games, which is as follow v i I.a Crosse. Wis., Apr '27 to Mnj "' Si Paul. St. Thomas College. May fi. ' llibbing. Minn.. May 8. '.�. pi. | Diiluth, May 11. Pi. j IMnnipeg. May 13. 11. lo | Ii special rates over (J. N. |{. can i be arranged the team will return to I N'orth Dakota to play Leeds, Devil's | Lake, Condo, and Mrinsmaid on the j way to Lothhridge. I --FOR- Fine Millinery � Try tho leading establishment in Lctbbridge. LL. & J. McLeay ;