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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta STORES Lethbridge The Quality Stores of the West! There is Economy in Buying Our CLOTHING We bay direct from the makers and in large quantities. We !;et the lawest prices and top discounts, which inakeB it easy buying or you. Our Leaders in Men's Suits $8.00 $12.50 can buy yon a good tweed suit, suitable for business wear, made of fine quality Canadian Tweed, fit and finish per-feet, in all sizes. At this low figure you can take a choice out of a large range, ia either Worsteds, Tweeds or Serges, all neat dressy styles, all sizes. Handsome Hats for Men CHRISTEYS AMD STETSONS-The style and quality of these hats are too well known to require any comment. Our magnificent showing this spring is certainly all that ran be desired. Spring blocks in stiff hat* from 2.00 to 4.50. Spring blocks in soft hats 1.00 2 to 6.50, all new shapes, and ready for your choosing. Attractive Styles in New Lawn BLOUSES The daintiest, most attractive blouses one could wish for, thoroughly good in every particular, and shown in a range of styles that is certain to satisfy the most particular dresser. Fit and finish of every garment guaranteed. See our window. $2.50 Blouses made of nice quality lawn, front beautifully embroidered in handsome scroll design and finished with fine tuckings, three-quarter sleeve, all sizes. Price... ...........................$2.50 each $1.40 Blouses made of good quality lawn, front trimmed with fine tuoks and embroidery, three-quarter sleeve, all sizes. Special..............11.40 $2.75 Blouses fine quality Mull blousea embroidered [front or eyelet work in pretty scroll design, also tucks. Very special.................$2.75 $3.00 Blouses made of extra fine quality India lawn, beautifully trimmed, front with fine embroidery work and Val. inaartion, three-quarter sleeve, trimmed to match body of blouse. Price.................... $8.00 New Summer UNDERWEAR A complete rang* of UdltY and Children's Kail Garments ia the medium waighta for tammer wear. Oar sammer showing ia ready ami it ia a sloek replete with great values, from lOe. garmeat to 50e. ! Lots I For Sale! A LOCAL BUDGET. : : 150 inside lots ,  with good terms:  100 North  Ward Lots  12 houses that � are well located   12 inside acre tracts : 7 of the popular ?  5-acre tracts .near Fair  Grounds  i 1.1 DKALSR Of i Albert* Lands wd Lethbridge  Properties. Boom 1, Southard Block Phona 128, unwuunoB. alta. : ________________i wanted. a awn to level end sow quarter section near Coaldele. Will make it either cash contract or snare propo sltion. w. a. 1lvm1lton, cur The buzz of the busy bee may be heard nt D. J. Whitney's farm those days. J. P. Hamilton accompanied by Mrs. Hamilton returned to the city on Tuesday's train from Calgary. R. Illmlle who halls from the old country hue been added to the local Canadian Bank of Commerce staff as Junior clerk. Tho funeral of the Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Uunnett took place yesterduy afternoon, llev. J. E. Hughson officiated. Rev. J. n. Francis of Frank preach ed in Wesley Church on Sunday. Ills alia sermons were much enjoyed by large congregations. The Wesley Epworth Loaguo held a very interesting missionary meeting on Monday evening, the objections to missions being discussed. Rev. J. E. Hughson preached in Frank on Sunday and gave addresses at Fincher Creek and MaclooU on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Hugh Scott, who is in charge of the city's tree olunting. says that the city will plant COO trees and private cIUhmb about 400 trees this spring. The local branch of the Alberta Temperance unci Moral Reform League meets to-night in the Baptist Tabernacle to complete Its organ  izatlon. Tho Alberta Sheep Co. recently sold a number nt your old halt-bred Shropshire ewes fur $7.50 each to a Stirling sheepman. This is considered tho record prieo. At tho Methodist parsonage yesterday Rev. J. E. Hughson performed the marriage ceremony between Thus. Uacklor of this city and Miss Alma Rudolph of Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. D. Kinuiburgu returned to their ranch near Tabor today, after spending the past week visiting their daughters, the Misses Kinnlburgh and Mrs. Alexander of this city. W. H. Lee has put his business Into a company known as the Loth-bridge Sign"-and Advertising Co. He has contracts for several very fine floats tor the Industrial parade on May 0th, and expects to got a good many mora. Rev. Wm. A. Clark, MethodisJ. Minister at Morningstdo, Alta., arrived In tho city yesterday and will spend soma time with bis relatives hero. Mr. Cjark is recovering from an attack of pneumonia and is here to get the benefit of our milder southern climate. His many friends in tho city who will remember him as a popular dork in tho employ of Sherlock and Freeman, will be pleased to meet bin egels. Tho Knbx Church Ladies' Aid toa will be held at tho homo of Mrs. Wm Uenderson this ovcnlng. One'of tne stores In tho now Whitney block will l>e occupied by a now drug and stationery business. A. Barnalcy of the H. Macbeth Agency spent several days In Canl-ston polishing up his "pearls." Tho Horse Show at Cardston on Saturday was a big success. The quality of tho animals vas exceed  ingly good and high prices wcro realized. Miss Palmer returned to her home In Virden, Manitoba, on Tuesday, morning otter spending two months visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Mitchell. The regular monthly meeting of tho Board of Trado will be hcli next Wednesday evening. If Pres. Cony-be&ru is able to attend the postponed annual meeting and olectlon of officers will bo hold. Five C.P.R. cars took a hunch and hied away down tho grade, Jumped tho tracks, ran across country, and went down a hill so steep that grass can't grow on it without slipping. One fainted and stopped on tho hillside, another Jumped John Bruco's fence into the road, whilo tho other throe planted themselves in his garden. A crop of good C.P.R. cars is expected. Stfton's Seat is Safe. (Special to the Herald.) Brandon, Man., April 24.- Tho famous Brandon election petition ugatnst Hon. Clifford Slfton and the Cross petition against R. L. Rich  nrdson were both dismissed without costs, which moans that Slfton holds tho scat. Dirtiest Man in Country Dead Montreal, April 24 - Noil Brodio, for many years well known in financial centers in this city and who had tho record of being the dirtiest man in the country, diod today in absolute squalor, though worth up  wards of a quartor of a million dollars. Urodie came to Canada from Scotjand to escape taxations. By profession he was a minister. Ho was a large owner of stocks in the C.P.R. and was the owner of nuroer -oils cheap properties throughout tho forest district of the city. He was again and again arrested and flood for not complying with the health regulations. The Miners' Side. President Shonnan Sends Reply Statement of Operators. to Calgary has 45 automobiles. ClnreshoUn is to have a brass band this year. Examination tor admission as articled pupils or tor commission as Domlniouland surveyors will be held at Calgary on May 1st. Fcrnle, B. C, April S3-Tho district board of miners held a mooting this morning and drafted a telegram to tho Minister of Labor in reply to that of tho operators sent yesterday. It reads as follows: "The message of the Coat Operators' Association sent yesterday has been read by us. Wo wish to point out that after the Calgary convent-Ion had failed to achieve anything, this district took immediate steps to bring all operators and employees under tho conciliation act, and asyou are awaro a request in each case was sent to you. Instead of co-operating with tho employees in having disputes settled that way, tho oporators as you know, raised technical objections, and tried to displace what had been doue. Furthermore, tho opera  tors, who should havo been able to gakge tho sontiment of the men in such a cose, promulgated a .notice reducing wages. Such reduction was to take effect on May 10. Concern -ing the notice of change which tho mino workers had given, wo would point out that a notice was served upon the Western Coal Operators Association at Calgary, when the operators' association and repeated to each of the companies, but all these notices were drawn before any re -" quest for the appointment of a conciliation board had been made. Tho miners, in asking for a conciliation board, wanted .to have their disputes adjusted in that way, and but for tho action of operators tho status quo would have boon preserved, and all minos have continued working. Wo wish to emphasize the fact which has not heretofore been madoknovn, viz., thttt union men and nonunion men number about so\oi hundred and fifty and three hundred respectively. The unions bad nothing whatever to do with tho non-union men going out. It was tho objectionable notices postod up by the oporators that, In our opinion caused the non-union men to walk itut as it did the union men to do tho same. The operators havo not attempted to account for the action of tho non-union men but have tried to impress public opinion with the idea that tho unions are to blame. We claim that when tho mine workers sought peace, tho operators gave battla. They aro, therefore, respan-slhle for the wliolo trouble. F. H. SHERMAN, President District No. 18." " Many Buildings Going Up. The I.O.O.F, nro considering the building of a two storey block on their property, corner of Dufforin ami Round Streets, and in all probability building operations will commence in a short time. Building permits are being issued quite lively. Among those issuod during the last few days are D. J. Whitney for 115,000 brick block; F. W. Downer, $2,500 residence cornor Ford . aod A showed streets; Q. L. Vrooman, $4000 residence, cornor of Bompas and Uertlott Streets; W. S. Fairfield f1,700 residence on Bur  dette Street and G. C. Croploy, fit,-000 residence on Ooutta Street. Houses aro springing up all over tho eity. The KnlghU of Pythias havo let tho contract for their building to be erected on their lot adjoining tho Herald office. It is to be a two storey brick and stono structure with full basement. The upper storey will bo used as a lodge room. The building is to bo finished by Aug. 1,under forfeit. Thos. Stubbs has tho contract. The Calgary syndicato that owns the adjoining lots will build a block corresponding to the Knight* of Pythias building so that the two blocks will appear as one. Will Buil4 New Sehool. The School Board at a special meeting on Monday night settled the troublesome question of school accommodation. A report from architect F. B. Rolfson condemned tho old part of the school, but said that the new wing might be utilized. The opinion of the Board was oppose-) to building on to the new wing owing to its defective architecture. It was considered too good to teaer down howevor, so it was agreed to ivll for plans for a new school to to built to the east of the present building. The building will have ten class-rooms, a large auditorium, offices, library, and a full basement. The four rooms which constitute the new wing of the present buildlngwill be retained for school purposes When the new school is completedthe old part will be torn down. The Board decided to accept the of' for of the A.R. * I. Co. to soli elth er block 119 or 126, both of which are three blocks east of tho West -minster Road for $150 a lot. The building and sites committee will choose the more suitable block. This property will be hold as a future school site. At Wesley Church next Sabbath tho pastor will preach at both services. Subjocts: 11 a.m., "A Par-jadox of the Christian Life," 7.80 p. ,m, "The Love ..'.of Christ." Bible Class and Sabbath School at ft Tin. WANTED. you like rr YOU ate not s shoemaker, so there's no need of going into an analysis of the construction of the "Queen Quality" Shoe. But the tact remains that it satisfies over two million wearers. They knew they like it| that it gives style to the foot; that it gives comfort the firrt day worn. And that Is enough. It holds its shape longer than other ready made shoes because it fits. Yet the enormous business done on "Queen Quality" Shoes keeps the prices moderate. Fred Gow & Co. $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 ^s^ ,,/< ////' ONE-HALF THE WORLD wear passes, but not halt of that half wear the right glasses. The wrong glasses are often worse then none: they are a constant strum and a permanent injury to the eyes. Only scientific examination can determine what glasses your eyes require, you can't tell by trying on glasses. Be on the safe side; let our eyo specialist, G. B. OBEN, give your eyea a careful examination. It doesn't cost anything-be can tell you just what you need-delays are dangerous. R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. The place where Watch work ia done right. Apply Mrs. A good house maid. J. W. Keau. The Liberals of High River hake organised with J. W. Short as President, and' will have a liberal Club. Lethbridge GollierieaCo.Ltd. Ex-Mayor Ooo. Ilogers with some Winnipeg capitalists has formed a company capitalized at half a million to operate a large coal property which they have secured across tne river. Tho company expects to have their plant in operaetion by., the time the high level bridge takes the train service to their property, � ' �"- Mrs. H. MacBetb will not receive on Friday/" EGGS For Hatching From our Barred and White Boeka White Wyaadottee and Buff Orpingtons. $2.00 per 13, Place an order with us and improve your i itock. 014 Chief Poultry Yard* LefWfcrtdge, Alia, ;