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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 'rr'iii.iitii f aft STOftES Pre-Inventory Sale! Next month wc take stock, and we want to clear out a lot of Goods before that time. Excellent values in bright new goods. Handsome Garments in the Ready-to-wear Section A handvome collection of stylish appafel including every model that ii faTored by fashion can be h^ at the store-2nd floor. Fashionable Tailored Skirts A special purchase, just placed in stock and marked low enough to suit everybody, a grand assortment of ladies tailored skirts made of imported tweeds, broadcloth, panamae, lustres etc. in all the newest shades, lengths from 37 to 43 in wai&t 22 to 30 in. Prices 3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 6l00, to 12.00. ' Lovely Silk Shirt Waists Just in by express a lovely lot of ladies silk blouEes, Iceutifully trim med in all the newest designs, white only. Prices from 14.50 to |10 Stylish Footwear for the People of Fashion For the people of fashion, stylish, smart footwear, direct from the makers, are now diimlayed in our shoe section in a Urge number of handsome styles. There are no shoes anywhere more stylish or durable than we are showing. Our shoes are made by spch reliable firms as:-Ames-Holden. J. McPherson & Co. aid Edwin 0. Burt of New York. A look through our stock stock will ^convince you that this is the place to buy your needs. Men's Patent Leather Boots $4.00 pair First quality men's patent leather boots blutcher cut, medium hea^ sole, latest style, all sices, easily worth 5.00 pair. Special 4.00 Fancy Dress Sateen, 18c. yard / 32 in. fancy dress sateen, a beautiful satin finish, suitable for houie gowns in black and white and navy and white. Special 18o Brass Curtain^Rods, 20c. each 10 dozen brass extension rods with lancy ball ends, 30x54. Specie 1........................;,.-----......20e THE GREAT BARGAINS of last week are still continuing ! NEW STOCK expected in a few days. theJ.BrownCo.Ltd Saccetionto the Co-Operative Association rpR SALE. 4 iVIpr. Salv^A corraipolbdence coune iB^'lood'icbool. Owner unable to go M with lt.'>Appiy tpBos O, Her- WANTED. ExpertencctI hidy stenographer for out of town. State salary expected and refereucM. Apply.Box C, Herald fies. ' A LOCAL BUDGET. During the prairie fire east of Chin Coulee, some of Neil Stalker's sheep were badly burned. Dr. and Mrs. Middleton and their two daughters of Mittigong, Aua -tralia are visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Kjuniburgh, on their way around the world. The Ladies Aid of Knox Church will hold a social evening at the home of Mrs. William Henderson jjn Thursday, April 25th, from eight to cloven o'clock. The admission t^j ! twenty-five cents. One of Uacleod'a leading citizens informed the Herald the other de other day thot about one hundred and fifty people will leave Uacleod for Lethbridge within the next few weeks, due to the C.P.R. changes. H. T. Cherry has purchased a 40 horse power -Kamllsr automobile, which will be one of the largest and highest powered cars ever brought into Alberta. The machine is cost  ing him upwards of $3,500 and was purchased from A. Southard. H. S. French, tite retiring editor of the Ttther Free Press is in the city. Erratvm; The city Council >eporter of our esteemed local contemporary quite accidentally gave the Herald a nasty dig in yesterday's issue. We freely forgive him as wo know that no one could believe whet his sentence re advertising lethbridge, would coo-vey to its readers. Civic AAnlvcrtary. The celebration of the. city's anniversary eif May 9th was given a good start at tbe,mceting lost Saturday night. , Conunitteea dealing with the various departiuents ware appointed ns follows: , rrocession-J. H. Fleetwood, Mayor Oalbrttith, Major Burnett. Sports-Aid. Cunningham, T. D. Kevin, C. J. Eckstorra. , Invitation, Iteception and Banquet -G. W. Robinson, W. C. Ives. Aid. Vrooman. Accommodation-Aid. Macbeth and Cunningham, Mayor Oalbraith. Finance-Aldermen Bowman and Vrooman ond T. W. Hanrahan. Publicity-W. Irwin, O. D. Austin, Aid. Cunningham. Transportation-T. D. Kevin, K.H. Fcs.senden, W. C. Ives. These committees report next Saturday evening when more definite arrangements will Ije made for the big-Kest celebration the city has ever experienced. Market Report. Wheat, No. 1 Northern, bush. .58ic Oats, Ko. a, per bush. ............... 27c Huy, nattid, per ton $15.00 to S18. Hay, loose, per ton............... flS.OO Bron, i�er ton......... ............... $18.50 Shorts.per ton.................. $20.50 Flour, Kaymond, per 96 lbs. $2.25 Potatoes, iHsr ton $18; bushel 60c Butter, per pound, dairy ...28c to 35c Butter, creamery ......... 33c ICggB, fresh S5 cts., packed 18 eta. Races at Lethbridge Fair. The race programme for the Lethbridge Fair oa Aug. 6th, 7th and 8th, 1907, has been issued and gives a good list of races with purses that should attract good horses. The following is the programme: FIRST DAY. Indian Relay Race .......... Green.Trot or Pace ........ Cowboy Relay Race........ Directors Race, 60 yards First. Second. 35.00 f 15 00 , , 60.00 - .40.00 . 150.00 -75.00 , io;oo SECOND DAY. WANTED. A man to level and^bow quarter section near Coaldale. Will make it either cash contract or share propo- W. A. HAMILTON, City. ProclaiiMtion To tha Citizena of Lethbridga, QREETINO Now Know Ye:- That I. Walter Stuart Oalbraith, by virtue of the powers veated on mo as Mayor of the City of Lethbridge, do hereijy declare the 9th day of May, 1007, a Civic Holiday, for the purpose of celebrating the Firat Anniversary of the granting to Lath-bridge of Its abartar aa a Cltr. Three Minute Trot or Pace ...... Boy's Pony Race ................................ 1-2 Mile Running Race, Beat 3 in 8... Cowboy Bfslay Race. Three quarter Mile Dash .....................' 2.35 Trot'or Pace.................. ............ Tndi.in Relay Race......... .....;............ 2.20 Trot or Pace .............................., Automobile Race 10 miles ................... First. 75.00 15.00 100.00 Second. 35.00 10.00 50.00 Third. 30.00 85.00 Third. 125.00 150.00 250.00 ao.oo THIRD DAY. First. 100 Yards Championirt^ip Foot Race......... ...$ SO.OO 3-8 Mile Da^.............................................. 70.00 Lethbridge Derby 1* Mile.................... ......... 150.00 Tree For All, Trot or Pace ................. ... 300.00 Cowboy Relay Race ,............................................,......... Indian Relay. Race...................................................... ... Squaw Race.................................................. 10.00 Automobile Race, ten aoiilea........................................ Alberta Derby for Albarta Bred.................. ISO.OO Two Year Olda............ ........................................... ...... 75.00 75.00 100.00 15.00 Second, � 35.00 80.00 75.00 100.00 25,0C 60.0 10.00 Third. SS.OO 50.00 6.00 76.00 35.00 ONE-HALF THE WORLD wear ulasaes, but not half of that half wear the right glasses. The wrong glasses are often worse than none; th^ are a eon. stant strain and a permanent injury to the eyes. Only scienti* fio examination can determine what glasses your eyes require, you can't tell by trying on glasses. Be on the safe side; let our eye specialist, G. B- OAEN, give your eyes a careful examination. It doesn't cost anythi^^g-be can tell you just what yon need-delays are dangeroaa. R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. The pho* whent Watoh work it done right. PICTURE SHOES ^T^HATS vhat nuny of our aew '^Quecn QualitT* i ityles might fUly be called. The makers of '^ucen Qfialitf* Shoes luve long enjoyed world>wid� fenownforthe beaotf �n4 orighuIitT of thchr shoe styles. Bat this seascio's nodus wHh thdr new to* ihapea^ new heels and new pattern^ set a stiU highct mark. We only ask the oppwtaoitr of showing the new styles and oemonsttathig thdr stq)erlof style and fitting qtialitles. Friea ate lUXV 93JSO and $3,001 FRED GOW & COa Md(eii2ie A Roy -DEALEB Hi- Electrical Si^piies All work in hcjpse-wiriBg, motor wiriing, installing bells, Annnnoiatora, Pri?ate Telephones, and Light Bcpairing promptly attended to by first-class mechanic*. Office on Redpath Street LETHBRIDGE, ALBEITA ;