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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta I--t-------MMMtMMMt R. MRCDONRLD& Our stocks are now very oomplete in all department! of the store, Can any with con-fldence our showing of merchandise for this spring and summer trade out-classes any former effort, either in assortment, quality or price. You will soy so, too, if you examine our stock, Just to Hand .* Full Car of Fresh Croceries Containg 0. A B. Jams and Pickles, Smith's Pure Jams nnri Jellies, California Evaporated Fruits, No. 1 brands Canned Fruits and Vegetables. CAR OGILVIE'8 ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, no better made. Christies Sodas mid Graham Wafers, fresh and crisp, direct from factory. SHOES Ful1 "tock ^n*'' Gent9' and Chi'dren's FINE FOOTWEAR. NCW LinolClimS Sl^en(''^ pntterna, inlaitl or printed in floral and tile designs. A. Macdonald (& Co. EYE SHIELDS -OR- DUST GLASSES SEE OUR Automobile Glass 50c per pair J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs'. V. C. Cragg has returnedfrom (.pending a week visiting Mrs. W. II. rawson, of Couldalo. Mm. 11. Tiinin. who Iuih boon seriously ill for nmny months bus so far recovered that she vus able.-to bo tukon home on Friday las.1. (�'. L, Vrooman has another ear of automobiles on the way, including one for himself, which will bo the largest car in the city, lie carries the agency for over fifty different makes of autos. II. A. Suggitt with a party of land seekers from Colorado, went through here Friday morning with the C.I'.K.'s new private car, bound for the C.l'.K. Irrigated land at Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell of Auckland, New Zwalulid, were in the city last week on their way to New York'and Europe. Mr. Mitchell Is architect for the Auckland Education Hoard and is making the trip in educational interests, especially with regard to the technical work, \ upon which New '/!> I.ind is making n good dart. Just Received A large assortment of RAPHAEL TUCK & CO. S CELEBRATED Illustrated Post Cards For Sale only by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. FvaUyand Ditp-aing Chemists L1THBRIDGE her Mi's, A. At. Grace Is visiting mother, Mrs. H. Wallace. Air. and Mis. II. Mucltnth took h trip to Medicine Hut on Saturday. 'I'. K. 1'o.fcleson hua been appointed commissioner for taking affidavits. Miss M. Ilult of Macleod Is spending tho week visiting Mrs. I'. M. Oumpboll. Mrs. W. F. Tate who wus vislltnghst son C. Ross Tate, returned to Cran-brook on Monday night. Ilobt. Kennedy was relieved of 91 and costs in 'the police court on Wednesday as a sorry-for-lt. H. H. Elvans from England has oinod the staff of the North West Jobbing and Commission Co. Tho C, B. Uowman Agency and the Klectrle Light Co. are In their new offices in tho Hlginbolhnin Ulock. Hcv. A. M. Gordon vent to Calgary on Tuesday to at tend a synod mooting and will return on Friday. Our readers who wish to get their Herald from the now Howvlllo post-office will please send us notice at once. The n.N.W.M.P. barracks is so full of prisoners that on Wednesday two wore sent to MacLeod to relieve tho congestion. The O. W. Kerr Co. purchased 1,-410 acres In Twp. II, llnngc !2H from the South Allierta Iro(||lc Knox Church Is attending the synod l(pnm ,f Ktlmontoii has l.oen received Society in Calgary Mr*. Hubbard's Treat. Messrs, Nelson and Krusoi', know -ing the failures of bachelor cooking and their inability to show forth tho excellent 'iiinllty of the Cold Standard goods by practical demonstration have enlisted the excellent sor -vices of Mrs. Hubbard, who visits all tho lurge cities and towns of the west for Codville, Cleorgeson & Co., of Winnipeg, to help the bachelor cooks and men whose wives don't know how to use good goods to the best advantage. And Mrs. Hubbard can certainly do it. She Is modest enough to say that the excellent quality of the delicious viands is due to the absolute purity of the materials supplied by the Co.dvllle Georgeson Co. The demonstrations are ehleflywilh teas, co.ffees, Jelly povders and baking powder. The Herald man had a little pink tea all by himself and us a result took away an excellent opinion of the Gold Standard goods und the cook-book which has tried recl|>es suitable for this country of 50c eggs and 35c butter, lie will give It to a long suffering frlond's wife, that he may rise up and bless Mrs. Hubbard, hor firm, and thcGold Standard groceries. SPORTING GOSSIP Don't forget the lacrosse meeting tonight, lie at llr. Stewart's office  t eight sharp. meeting of the Ihls week. � The memlicrs of the local 1.O.O.I'', lodge will attend service as a body The Hudson's Hoy Co. arc install-|llt Knox Church on Sunday night. Ing nn electric coffee mill in store. their Miss Stapleton visited friends in MacLeod over Sunday. The Ijethbridgc Brewery to meat the demands for thoir product has boon comuolled to brew twice a day, Chos. Pnnsol of Graceville, Minn., is tho new brewer. M. Harford returned on Saturday night from a business trip to Ijb due. A. B. Cooke of Calgary arrived in tho city on Monday to be draughts- Wanted-Hy a young business man, a furnished room. Apply Box L, Herald Office.  I. A. Heid has resigned from the city's police force to accept a posi � tlon in the Dominion Lands Office. A. I1) Humphries left on Monday niRht to Join the baseball team at Ijicrosse Wis. lie is due to return on May 10, when the team vill prob-u1 ly arrive also. II. Morton Jones, of Conylieare k. .loncs, bus bivn nppolnted attorney in Alberta for Swift & Co., the Chicago packers, who purpose entering into business in Alberta on a large scale. Ir'. II. Snvilh of Nelson, l�.(' , road agent for tho Dominion Kxprc�h Co. wos  in the city on Saturday, lie and H. Holme of Vancouver recently disposed of their timU'r limit in II. C. to Weyerhnusser, the great millionaire lumberman. They cleaned up a small fortune on the deal. Miss Chapman who has l>oon visiting her Hosier, Mrs. K. N. Higinbotham for tho last three months, 'Members are requested to meet at their hall at 6.15. At the request of the J'onoko Baptist Church, Bev. Win. Heid of this city will attend the ordination council la ordain their minister, Mr. Cuyall, on Tuesday. A. IT.imtreo who has been acting queerly for some time has been locked up in tho barracks and will Iw under the doctor's care until his sanity or Insanity is clearly proven. 10. G. HazoU of Ferine. B. C, who owns the Summit Lime Works at man for the new firm of Hamilton w,u> n�r*�d 0r- Mewburn through ami Young, surveyors. |n's recent Illness, left this morning for Victoria, B.C., and Tacmua, L. C. Tully of the Lindey-llritish , Wash. Itofrigerator Co. of Montreal Is in stalling a forty ton refrigerating plant in tho Brewery. A car of piping worth over $2,000 is on the way from, tho F. W. Wolf Co. of Chicngi for the plant. News has been received of the m:tr -riagv in China of Dr. (' ,\V. Freeman, formerly Medical Superintendent of the Hamilton City Hospital, and Miss Florence Lillian Morlson, also I iruteiiy of Hamilton. The wedding A North Dakota farmer who has J took place at tho British Constitute closely examined tho whole wont told �m February 20. Bishop Spellnwrger us that in his opinion thcro is no(,,f Cincinnati conducting the cere-soil bolter than that around Loth- mony. Mrs. Freeman left Canada In bridge. Ho claim* that the soil of! November last v ith some twenty thin district is hotter for grain than 'Canadian missionaries bound for the black soil of the eastern plains. Chentu, China - Toronto Globe. Dr. He is particularly impressed with the I Freeman is a brother of Mrs. W. A. quality of barley raised and says 'Buchanan. Miss Mortnon visited there Is not n liner quality raised'Mrs. Ilueli.me.ii here for some days anywhere in America. 'last fall when on her way to Chinn. by II .1. Skeith. secretary pro. tent, of the l^ethbridge club, asking for a game at Kduionton on the 21th of May next. The l,ethliridge bunch will lie as strong as ever this year, and should make a strong bid for tho championship of the Provincial league, and especially the new piece of silverware the IWeber Cup. �\ football team has been organ -i/ed among the- miners and is out with a challenge to the Maple Leafs. IVMny the ollicial scorer for the Western Canada Ijcnguc for |j�t!i -bridge has received a pad of ninVinl Crow's Nost came to the city on'st'oros so that he is all ready for the Tuesday. He expects to reside here | game. Andy Scott is the uss iti.nt in a few weeks, in the house he is scorer, erecting on Smith Street. Lady's Ready-to- Wear Department Waits your Inspection. Every gar-'scon. Edgings with insertions to nient is fresh, crisp, Immaculate and' match from 3 eon Is up to 15 cents, mado under the best conditions. Feb- Corset cover financings from 12 to rics are cxcollent. proportions and Iff inches wide, :15c, lOc, |5C and styles perfect, finish superior, trimm-, 50c A World of Whitewear. ings of tho newest and most approved designs, evon thy, least oxpensivo boars closest critical examination. CORSKT COVEUS. In or.quisiio styles ami finest finish, in lawns, nainsooka, lingeries and allovor embroideries, trimmings of omjbroldory and flnost valoncionnes laces and insertions, from 25 cents up to |2.00. NIGHT DRESSES. Finest nainsook slipover and mother hubbard stylos, lace, and embroidery trimming, short and long sleoves UNDERSKIRTS. Charming skirts of flno English long cloth, with trimmings of every description, deep lace flounces, cm- LACES. Valenciennes laces in various widths with insertions to^mntch, from 5c to 20 cents. Fine Mnline laces and insertions from 121 cents up to 35c. Torchons from 7'Jc to l~ic. Imitntion Maltese lnces anil insertions, very pretty for wash dresses, 12Jc, 17Jc. 22c and | are going for 29c. MAID'S APRONS No garment in the wardrobe of tjiii housekeeper or mnld is more indis -ponsal lo thou tho trim white apron. Wo have beautiful aprons of white Indian linen, mado with extra full skirt, nicely-hemstitched and with .1. W. Kenn & Co. ore preparing an ice cream parlor that will be one of tho swellest in the west.. An electric piano is being put in nml the whole parlor will lie a delightful place. J. Caliell, a bad hulf-breed who helped himself to a watch belonging to u fellow lodger in the cottage used by the Arlington Hotel wus assessed Sio and costs by Magistrate Humphries on Monday. A Sunday School was organized at Diamond City on Sunday last. Mr. Klliolt is Superintendent and E. E. Reynolds, manager of tho Diamond mine is Bible class teacher. .lohn Mossum is sccretnry-trensnrer. T. E. Pattcson has been appointed agent for tho Aetna Insurance - Co. of Hartford. Conn. His agency Is of tho sumo standing as the Winnipog office, being directly under tho Pacific head office at San Francisco. On Sunday Rev. Wm. Rold will preach on the subjects, "Two Wo-nvn" in the morning; and "Two Mon" in the evening, the character under discussion being Mary and Martha, and the publican and tho Pharisee. Vincent Chomlnskl appeared beforo Inspector Belcher nt tho R.N.W.M.P. Barracks Tuesday morning for n preliminary hearing on a charge of stealing $2.00 from Mary Mnlowskl and was remanded for trial at the next sitting of tho Supreme Court. A man named Robt. Cousin, who was quarantined at tho Isolation Hospital, broke the regulations by leaving the place. An hour after ho was found drunk down town. Hp wns arrested and after being thor -oughly fumigated was fined $10 and costs, A new posl-offUv to be called Bow-\ 11 Us is to lie opened on May 1st. lo serve the |ieople in the Little Bow country. Theofllce is twenty-seven I miles from Iwethbridgp and will have Lundhrcck Football Club has applied for admission to tho Alberta and Crow's Nest l�oss League. If the schedule can be arranged so ns to givethem dates, they will lie admitted. As thero are only three clubs in the western division, there should be no difficulty in rearranging the schedule. The Winni|ieg Maroons are billed lo play in LaCnmse on May 2, Jl, and t. and it Is expected that the Ix'thbridgc Leaugors will play', nt least two of these games with Winnipeg. The dopurture of A. K. Humphries to tour with the ball team has excited considerable interest In the city. Mr.Humphries knows wellwhat his work Is and no one is bettor qualified to do it. Lethbridgo will derive no small benefit from this publicity tour. Manager Morrison has notified the following, players to report nt La Crosse to-day (Thursday):- Foster, Martins, Bues, Lindley, Bahl, Mun-7.ie, Kures, Scabrook, Madden, Paget Grogan, Flath, Siefcrt, Mnckin, Schurch and O'Dea will(report at St. Paul or Dtiluth. He is after a collide more good men and signs him -self "yours f or the ponnnnt." Go to it, old man, ive'ro with you. Ilouk's Savages, the most famous hnNelmll aggregation l>uhhridgc ever had, now scattered afar among the different tril.es, will answer tho call of their chief and assemble on May t'th, for one more pow-wow. The announcement that tho Clarosholm braves nre after tho scanty scalp of thoir veteran chief has made the warriors don thoir wnr-pnint once more; and after this battle they will ki-yi for tho last time. The Harold A. Wilson C of To- brolderiod flounces and allovor tuck- biotelles trimmed with a ruffle of ed flounces, tho vary no wos t styles, from 76'cents up to $5.50. We offer genuino whlto cambric and Swiss embroideries of a mora extensive rango than ovor bofqro. Those ombroidorios aro hot, in large quantities and this enables us to sell thorn at prices that connot bo duplicated olsowhorc. We invito you to inspoct our stock, knowing that you will go away satisfied with what you havo lace edged embroidery nml Valenciennes medallions, price $1.75. Dainty while aprons, with shirred frill on skirt ami rovers edged with embroidery and Insertion. Price $1. Plain InRn aprons with wide ties, for 25 cents. Allovor, long sleeved, gingham aprons, in largo und smull chocks, tho most appropriate ovor miulo for only $1.10. Prompt DoUvary Telephone 33 The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. ronto, hHS offered n handsome trophy a weekly service from lethbridgo. N. t, i*, competed for by amateur base-j M. Paulson who has Mte contract will |,,ii teams in tho Lethhridge Dis-brliig mail to lethbridgo on Friday !,H,a if a )cngm. |,0 formed. Tho chin j returning Saturday. Mrs Gunildn orik naiiohall Club has the matter 'Peterson ir the postmistress. Inhand with MneL'od, Tabor and Mr. ifnd Mrs. Arthur M. Grace and lone ot two other towns, son will leave Greely tomorrow night 1 Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. 8 'u^apeirt howa, eaffled in took-no WipWM tO pajf-tto waiting for goods. Baby Carriages We bave just received a shipmcut of CARRIAGES, GO* CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in ths nml work, and ele^unUy upholstered, BRODIE & STAFFORD! A Satisfactory Revelation it will 1* to you,if you look at sops of our modal bathroom* wbotw hava put in tubs, waahatanoa, oho-w-rs and other flaturoa �ad tfaclllslM Icr claanllnaaa and comfort. Wti saafco tha luxury of bathing a aaoaMSty aad an avaryday-daHtM-nt IMtto co�t. Aak ua how Utila. C. W. GRAY $325 $325 LAID OUT FOR SUBDIVISION I am authorized to offer for a few days only, either twenty ^or forty acres, south east of the Agricultural Grounds at per acre, on Easy Terms This property is perfect in every respect and is across the road from land that is beings sold at from $600 to $850 acre and offers magnificent profit to an individual or small syndicate tor subdivision. SPEAK QUICK-The spring boom will advance the price in a few day*. 1 $325 $325 for Medicine lint, Allierta, where he ttill lie in charge of the construction of a canal .and other work of an irrigating nature for a company that proposes to irrigate 200.000 acres of \em^ I" *h,rh. il Hny* MORKIKGN OX DKCK. The Herald hits received " copy of the lx> Sueur County (Minn.) IVmo  land with water from the How nml Holly rivers. In the going of Mr. Grace, (i. C!. Anderson, supervising engineer of Greeley's new water system, loses an able assistant and n staunch friend. Mr. Grace has been with Mr. Anderson for over tenyeiirs i their initial work heing the construe J lion of the first irrigating canal dug ! in Alherta. Puring their residence in I Greely the past year, Mr. and Mrs. I Greely havo mado many friends and , their departure will mean the severing of ties that were becoming mora binding as time sped. Mr. Grace is I a competent civil engineer, a man of | integrity and push, and his going away is deplored by all connoctwl with him In his Intost vork.- The Qraeley Star. I. W. Morrison, manager of tIr.' Ixsthhridge, Cunada, Imseliall team, expects to leave next Tuesday for IjaCrosse, Wisconsin, where ho lias arranged for his men to report and engage in practice for soino two or three weeks. I G. H, Johnston^ NEW GOODS Special Values This Week ANXI'AL MKKT1XG �����s>�s>�aa�^�aaaaaaaMif a�>i> FOR- Fine Millinery Try the leading establishment lit LetbbridgQ. La & ] 5714 ;