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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta iSariii'isf You will find our stocks very complete in Beady-to-wear Garments. In fuct we are Bhowing the largftgt range of Skirts ever shown here. Worthy of mention is our SPECIAL $4.00 SKIRT. This is a pure wool twred skirt, made np in gocd style, and the proper cut. See Our Ladies' Coats at $8 and $9 Lots of style and quality ri({ht. Fashionable Suits Your money's worth at $12, $13, $15 and $17. Special for Saturday Only 100 pairs IJ large size White Cotton Blankets, Blue or Pink Striped QC^ Border...............................................____per pair Fancy Dresser Covers Frilled sides and ends, length of dresser, each 25c. EYE SHIELDS OK- DUST GLASSES SEE Ot'B Automobile Glass 50c per pair J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Jast Received A large assortment of RAPHAEL TUCK & CO. S CELEBRATED Illustrated Post Cards Alts. (\ V. I'. Coiiyboarn hits i-n . liirni'd' from n visit to 'the IZuat. II. riiupiimi) of Montreal in hiiciuI-iiig 11 couple of iluj^ with his old pal Sydney .Jarkson. � Mr. .McUbum tlio big Rocliy Coult-e fnrm.n- was in the city on Tuesday with a \'ury tViie assortmont of hor -ses for Sttlo. .J. I'. Ferguson, general agent for the Oaicim Signal Oil Co., of Franklin, Pa., was In the city on Tuesday luoi(ing after hjs business here. George W. Green, Mayor of Ray -mond, Bfjent the former part of the week in,the city In vonnection with the buiUing of th� Ellison mill. Ah auction sale of work and driving 'horse.4, ' also brood mares, will take place in the A.R. A I. corrals back or the new C.P.R. round-house on Soturday, April aoth, at two o'clock sharp, Mrs. John Brodic has received wocd of the death of her lather, Andrew Ilobb of Hamilton, Ont,, on the 8th inst. Mr. Rotob was a very old man and' one of the oWest residents of Hamilton. An ad for a lost horse was rushed into last week's Herald just an it Wiis going to press. On Saturday morning we were told to toke tha ad. out us it had brought the horse back. Sue the point? H. A. Darker, general manager for the I'rovinre of Alberta for for the Canada liifc Assurance Co. came in on the 4.30 from Macleod ond stayed over till Thujwiay. He is much improsacd with the progress Ijcth -bridge is making. The I.O.O.F. at their last session appointed a conunlttee to arrange in regard to the building a l)lock upon their lots on H. II. Hornc of Jlurn & Home went to C'lilgury on WiHlnesdny. Tlic H. Macbeth Agency have sold nvcv sixty Curd.ston )ot.erly a law partner of C. F, P. ConylJeare, K. C, of this city, was married in HufTalo yesterday. The services in the Baptist Taber-ix&iXi tvill \x hold at the usual hour on Sunday. Evening subject: "The Sluggard's Furm." All .strangers ond visitors invited. Clarence Hubbard the Ave year old son of Edward Hubbard died on 'i'ucsday and was buried yesterday in the public rcmctery. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, with their boy, arrived in the city ten days ago from Idaho with the intention of locating here. Itcv, W. Unid conducted the funeral service. A. C, Wilniot visitojl Ijothbcidge t'ne first of the week and reports that thriving city in undergoing a real estate booni' that makes the riercRst prairie gale look like a selling plater in a stake race. Mr. Wil-mot assures us that you can stand on the street comers and watch the prices of vacant lots jump skyward ,( ' with a speatl that exceeds the growth of an Iowa corn field and causes For Sale only by J. D. Higinbodiam k Co. Fmily and Diflpvniing Chemwta L8THBRIDGE. airs. ,1. Furniun went out to Moun-tnln View on Wednesday. F.. II. I)o�m>r rettirnerl from Al-httnilira Springs, Mont., on Tuesday. A. Ftiirfiold of Toronto is spending a few dit.ys with his brother W, H, Fairfield on his wu.V to Spokane, Hash. Large auction sate of household furniture in Oliver's Hall_ next Tues-ilny afternoon, .April 23r(l, ot two o'clock. Afour foot .seam of excellent coal was struck at u depth ot 97 feet by I^Jo" Messrs. Bullock and~Bu!lock, one and u half miles east of Taber.  the cojncr of Round and Uuflerin Streots, to be usi'd for stores and lodge rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Jackson dc-lightfuily entertained at their hoaw on Ford Street, the former's fricnd.s of liacltelor days at Mrs. Wol- ) sley's lioarding house, on Friromi.ses of generous aid from Hov. C. W. Gor -of Winnipeg, kavc decided to liuiid a $5,000 church, with reading room, club room and gymnasium in- oneto brush up his mental arithmetic and conunence figuring how niaiiy seconds- will elapse before the price has reached the blue dome above. There are Hcxenteen real estate dealers in L�thbridge and every one of them- is "making hay while the sun sliiiics.--J'"tlnionton Saturday News. SORTING GOSSIP J. W. Wooir, AI.P.P., Cardston, returned from Suit Ijttke City on Tuesday's train. J. W. Martin, of Brandon, Man., inspector of Dominion Land Agencies i.s iu tlie city. T. IC. Patteson has been abswnt fi'om his ofUco several days with an attack of la grippe. AI. Freeman and N. T. MacLeod went to Medicine Hat and Coleridge on their motor on Wednesday. last few weck.s is now about eighty. W. A. Blonner-Hassott of the J. Brown Co., Ltd., loft for Winnipeg, Sunday night ami is preparing to move his fam'ly to Letlvbridge and is purchasing new goods for thestore here. WATER RATES.-The office of , the Secretury-'i'rensurar will be open A large number of people from the 1^;,, ^.^^^^^ Saturday evening, 20th inst., for the convenience of J. I. Eakin i.s away on a business trip to points east. ; Mrs. Sydney Jackson will receive the fourth l-^ridny of each month. Wanted-By a young business nian, a furnished room. Apply Box L, Herald Office. The Dominion Copper Co., volun -tnri!y rui.sod the employees' wngcs ut their smelter at Buundiiry Falls, B.C. rtev. W. A. Lewis, B.A., of MacLeod and Rev. G. A. KettyIs*of South MacLeod spent Monday in tiio city. Rev. .r. 15. Hughson spent Tuesday ami Wodnesdny out north straightening up the affairs of the late Rev. F. E. Cory. A large number of land seekers passed through on Tuesday on their way to C.nlgary to view the lands of the Canadian Colonization and Irri -gatiim Co. D. C. Campbell of Winnipeg, general appraiser in the West for the', Loth) ridge and District and Agricul-Loan depurtment of the Canada Life tural Socltjty will be held to-night in came in on Tuesday morning, and the Fire Hall to discuss the left for Cardston and the South tiuostion of financing the society. Fa'-1 in the C. B. Bowman Agency country on Wednesday's train. ery liiembcr should bo present, stenographer. ' , L. Bunnell of Cardston passed i^'"^'''**' 'through tlie city on ruesday on his | A'^e life and \%ork8 of Dr. W. H. way back from Edmonton where he Drununond, the Habitant poet, were delivered n bunch of horses. discussed in a very able address by , , , . , Mrs. t;. H. Daniel at the Epworth .ScNcral new momber.s were received into Wt-sloy Church on Snndav even-,L�''euc literary meeting on Monday ing. The number received during the ":'�'"'"e' J"S. Kenny and O D. .\us- tm gave a few readings from the author's poems. The meeting waa largely attended. Huntsville and Newlanda districts wei-e in town Monday attending the funeral of their pastor. Rev. P, E. Cory. Will Liphardt ot Lethbridgc is going into business in Macleod. He and his wife are expected in Fernie on a. visit shortly.-Fernie Free Pross. 1'he Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Itnve installed a forty ton refrigerator plant, and have started their two new fifty horse power engines. A general members meeting of the those who wish to take advantage of the discount.. Little George Hubbard, a five year old child just recently arrived from Kansas, died on Tuesday at the Isolation Hospital of laryngeal tiiph-thcria. The whole immigration hall is under i|U!irantino as a result. T'pon the occasion of hor severing her connection with the Liothbridgc Co-Oporative Association, the man -' agor aSul staff presented Miss Campbell, who has been bookkeeper there for some years, with a very hand -some portfolio. Miss. Campbell has resigned the position t- Co. of Halifax have opened up an lishment op Redpath St. next door lo the Model Bakery. Both these young men are practical electrical mechanics having had experience in the largest conterns in ' their nnt ive cities. A united roily of all the temper -anco ]icople in the city is to bo held to-night at 8 o'clock in the Baptist Tabernacle which has been kindly granted for the e\'ening. The design of the meeting is to discuss the Tcm-as'i)crance situation and form some organization that vMll work towards the temperance cau.se. All interested in Tenii)erance work are expected to Le present. Considerable attention is being given two very striking signs that W. iJ. Leo is turning out for V. S. She.purd. Houk's Savages are trying to get on a game with the fast Clarcsbolin bunch for the civic anniversary. CHINOOK BASEBALL CLLB, The Chinook baseball club organized on 'I'hursday evening. The fol -lowing ofHcers were elected: Patri.ms:->Hon. Senator De Veber, W. C. SimmonK.:M.-P.P.; Sheriff Young. '� lion. Pres.-Mayor Galbraith. Hon. Vlce-Prcs.-W. A. Hamilton. Pres.-O, D. Austin. Vie* Pres.-Geo. Haley.-Sec.~J. H. Riley. Treas.-J. Virtue. Management Committee.- W. Hyssop, F. Rose, V. Bobson. Maacot-B. McKay. The committee was instructed to secure a manager and grounds. Ti>e adjoined meeting will be held to -niffht in Wesley Church gymnasium at eight o'clock. The Club has good material and should be able to take on some fast teams this sumnter. Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 The Bentley Go., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. Medicine Hat News: As there are a number of local baseball players of merit it has lieen decided among the fans to form a fast local team to compete with the other teams in the west. Calgary has at present a fast amateur bunch called the Victorias. It is just possible the local team will be known as the Medicine Hat Maroons. There has been no regular meeting of the amateur team as yet, but it is expected to organize. It will assist the professional team by keeping up an enthusiasm, and probably develop players vho will grad -uate into faster company. There is^ no reason why amateur ball should die becau.sc professional ball has started. Why .should not our fast local bunch be organized and have games when the league team is en tour. There are teams in the neighboring towns that can The signs represent a har-'K"ve us good ball. vest and river scene with an automobile going to V. S. Shepard's office tor tlio central figure. Perc.v Manser is the artist doing the work, W, H. Lee is prepared to take contracts for the highest cl.iss ot sign painting. W. W. Noelanil, who has Iieen appointed General storekeeper. Alberta Hy. and Irrigation Co., Lethbridge, Alta., was born in North Gower, Caricton County, Ont., Feb. 4, 1855, and entered railway service in 1883, his record being April 1 1883 to 188.'j in C.P.R. stores department at Wi-i nipeg; 1885 \o Jan. 1898, C. P. R. storekeeper. Moose Jaw, Sask.; Jon. 1898 to April, 100.5, C.P.R. . store kaoper, Fort William, Ont.; Apiil. IflOS, to Mar., 1907, Ntort^keeper, Central Division. C.P.R., Winnipeg. -Canadian Railway World. W. A: Buchanan publisher of the Lethijridgc, Alta., Herald, has boon appointed the first provincial librarian of Alberta. He will have the task of organizing not only the provincial library, but the free library sysiein of the Province. Before going West, Mr. Huchaftun was associated with newspapers in Peterboro", 'To -ronlo. and St. Thomas, having been city editor of the Toronto Tclagram and mannging director of the St. ! Thomas .Tournal. He ia a son of j Rev. Wni. Buchanan of Gravonhurst, and^ a nephew of Re\-. T. C. Buch- j anan, suiiorintemlent of missions in Alberta. He has an Important task on his hands in the new ofHce to which he has been nppoint�d,-Christ ian Ouardiah, LACROSSE, The Edmonton club is anxiously awaiting word from Lethbridge re the organization of the Alberta League, The promoters of the associa -tion ner claanlinesa and comfort. ftoMljb the luxury of bAtUflf  aiHinlllP v and an everyday daliglrt �t Ul�l9: local lacrosse club holds a meeting in Mct^lure and Stewart's lofTice to-night to orguni/je for the season. The organization has been hanging lire awaiting the arrival of Br. Jte VolX!!', who is the father of the .VIbertn l.en.gue. Manager Morrison has sent the local management the schedule of preliniiniiry 'gnme.";, which is as follows: La Crosse, Wis., .^pr. 2" to May o St. Paul, .��t. Thomas College, .May 0. Hibbing, Minn., May 8, !>, I'l. Duluth, May 11, 1.2. Wiiinip.>g, May 13, 14, 15. If special rates over G. N. U. can be arranged the team will return to North Bakottt to piny Leeds, Devil's Lake. Condo, and Brinsmaid on the way to Lethbridga. G. H. Johnston's NEW GOODS Special Values This Week -FOR- Fine MilJincry Try the Icadisg establishm(>nt in Lethbridge. L. & J. Mclieay ;