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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Onr stocks ara now very oomplete in all dcpartmentt of the store. Can say with confidence our showing o� merchandise for this spring and summer trade out-classes any former effort* either in assortment, quality or price. Tou will soy so, too, if you examine our stock. Just to Hand .* Full Car of Fresh Groceries Coutaing C. ft B.Jams and Pickles, Smith's Pure Jams and Jellies, California Ev. aporated Fruits, No. 1 brands Canned Fruits and VegeUbles. CAB OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, no better made. Christit-'H Sodas nnd Grnham Wafers, fresh And crisp, direct from'factory. SH&ES Full "tock Ladies', Geiits'and Children's FINE FOOTWEAR. l^CW L/inOlCUniS ^Pl^nf^i^^ Pat^^^ms, Inlald or printed in floral nnd tile designg. A. Macdonald (& Co. Mi'3. A. At. Gincc IB visiting her mother, Mrs. .f. H. Walltic.-?. Mr. uiMl Mrs. II. Macltalh took h Irijj to Medicine Hut on .Sotui-day. T. E. Patteson has beto bo taken home on Friday lasit. 0. L. Vrooinan has another car of automobiles on the way, including one for himself, which will be the largest car in the city. He carries the agency for over fifty different makes of autos. H. A. Suggitt with a party of land seekers from Colorado^ went through here Friday nwrning with the C.P.B.'8 new private car, bound for th� C.P.R. Irrigated land at Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell of Auckland. New Zealand, were in the city last wceic on their way to New York 'and Europe. Mr. Mitchell , is ariihftect for the Auckland EMucation Board and is making the trip in educational interests, csiwcially with regard to the technical work, \,upon which New 2^>alund is making a good �>tart. For Sale only by J.D. Hitf nbdtham & Co. FMiUyand Dispauiag Chemists LITHBBID^E. Just Received A large assortment of RAPHAEL TUCK & COS CELEBRATED lllustratea Post Cards Mr*. Hubbard's Treht. MeSsru. Nel.son uiiri l-'mHrT, know -ing thi! failures of buchulor cooking and their inability to show forth the excellent cjimllty of the Gold atanU-nrd goods by practical demonstration have enlisted the excellent ser -vices of Mrs, Huljteard, who visits all the large cities and towns of tha west for Codville, Gcorgeson & 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 Ccjdville Oeorgeson Co, The demon�tration.s arc chieflywith teas, coffees, jelly powders and baking powder. The Herald man had a little pink tea all by himself and am a result took away an excellent opinion of the Oold Standard goods and the cook-book which has tried recipes' suitable for this country of 6t>c eggs and .l.'ic butter. He will give'it to a long suffering friend's wrifc, that he ma.v rise up and bless Mrs. Hubbard, her firm, and thcGold Standard groceries. SPORnNG GOSSIP Don't forget the lacrosse nwicting tonight. Re at Pr. Stewarts office  t eight sharp. \ letter from the Capital lacrosse team of Edmonton has been, received.] niouting of the Socii^fy in Calgary 1,,^. j, suoith, secretary pro. torn. of the I>>thbridgo club, asking for a Miss Stapleton visited friends iMicLeod over Sunday, ' in The Lethbridge Brewery to meat the demands for thoir product has been eomuellod to br*w twice a'day, Chas. Pansel of Graccville, Minn., is the new brewer. M. Barford � returned on Saturdaj' night from a business trip to Le due. A. n. Cooke of Calgary arrived in the city on Monday to lie draughtsman for the new firm of Hamilton and Young, surveyors. L. C. TuUy of the Llndey-British Refrigerator Co. of Montreal is installing a forty ton refrigerating plant in the Brewor.v. ."V car of piping worth over $2,000 is on the way from the F. W. Wolf Co. of Chicag>; for the plant. A North Dakota farmer who has closely examined the whole wc�t told us that in his opinion there is no soil better than that around Leth -bridge. Ho claims that the soil of thin, difftrict is better for grain than the black soil of the eastern plains. He is particularly impressed with the quality of barley raised and says there is not a finer quality, raised anywhere in Anterica. 'J'hc Hudson's Ba.y Co. are install -ing an electric coffee mill in their store. Wanted-By a young business man, a furnished room. Apply Box L, Herald Office. .T. A. Reid has resigned from the city's police force to accept a posi -tion in the Dominion f^ands Office. A. 12. Humphries left on Monday night to join the baseball team at J l.Jicros8e Wis. He is due to return 'on May 16, when the toam.v-ill prob-a'. ly arrive also. B. Morton Jones, of Conyljeare Ic Jones, has been aiipointod attorney in Alberta for Swift & Co., the Chicago packers, who entering into business in Alberta on a large scale. F. H. Smith of Nelson, B.C., road agent for the Dominion Express Co. was  in the city on Saturday. He and R. Holme of Vancouver recently disposed of their timlier limit in U. C. to Weyerhausser, the great miM-ionaire lumberman. They cleaned uji a small fortune on the deal. Miss Chapman' who has \teQ.n visiting her sister, Mrs. E. N. Higin-botham for the last three months, and who nursed Dr. Mewburn through his recent illness, left this iHDrning for Victoria, B.C., and Tacoma, Wash. News has been received of the mar -riagf in China of Dr. C.W. Fi-oeinan, formerly Medical .Superintendent of the Hamilton City Hospital, and Mis;i Florence Lillian Mortson, also fjnnerly of Hamilton. The wedding took place at the British Consulate on Kobruar,>- 20, Bishop Spcllmerger of Cinciiuiati conducting the ceremony. Mre. Freeman left Canada in November last vith some twenty Canadian mis.sionaries bound for Chentu, China,- Toronto Globe, Dr, Froemon i,s a bi-othor of Mrs, W. A,^ Buchanan, Miss Mortson visited Mrs, Buchanan here for aouw; days last fall when on her way to China. game at Edmont.�)n on the 24th of May next.  The fjethbridgo bunch will Ik: as strong as ever this year, and should make a strong bid for the championship of the Provincial league, and especially the new piece of silverv-are the DoVeber Cup. A footliall team has lieon organ -ized among the-minors and is out with a challenge to the Maple Leafs. D.May the official scorer for 1 he Western Canada League for Loth -bridge has received a pad of oin.-.ial on'scores so that he is all ready foi the ivssl ittint Liittdbi-eck Football Club has ap jilied for admission to the Alberta and Crow's Nest Pass League. If the schcdulR can |jo arranged so as to,^ givethem dates, they will Ixj admitted. As there are only three clubs in the we.stern division, there should be no difficulty in rearranging the schedule. The Winnirieg Maroons are billed to play in LaCrosso on May 2, 3, and 4, and it is expected that the Lethbridge Lenugers �will play', at least two of tlicse games with Winnipeg. Ready^ Wear DepaFtment A Worid Waits your inspcctioni Every gar-fnnciit is friesh, crisp, immaculate and made under the best conditions. Fob-rics are excellent, proportions and stylos perfect, finish superior, trimmings of the newest and most approved designs, oven thy least expensive boars closest critical examination. CORSBIT COVERS. In exquisite styles end flnest finish, in lawns, nivinsooka, lingeries and atlovor embroideries, trimmings of ienibroidery and finest Valenciennes laces and insertions, from cents up to f2.00. KIGHT DRESSES. Finest nainsook slipover and mother hubbiard stylo�, lace and embroidery trimming, short and long sleeves \ UKDBBSKIRTS. Charming aldrts of fine English Ibnir cl��th, with trimmings of every description, deep lace flounces, env-broideriod flounces' and allovcr tucked flounces, the vacy newest styles, from 751 cents up to fS.SO. We offer genuine white cambric and Swiss cin})roMeric8 of & more extensive range than ever before. These crabroideries are hot, in large quantities and this enables us to sellthem at; priceathat cannot be duplicated elilewherc. We invite you to inspect our tock, knowing that you will go nway satiBitod with what you have scon. Ekigings with insertions to match from 5 cents up to 4a cents. Corset cover flouncings from 12 to 16 inches wide, 3.50, 40c, 45c and 50c. LACES. Valenciennes laces in various widths with insertions to^|iniiatch, from 5c to 20 cents. Fine Malino laces and insertions from laj cents up to 33c. Torchons from 7'ic to IT^c. Imitation Maltese laccsand insertions, very pretty for wash dresses, arc going for 12.1c, 17Jc, 22c and asc. MAID'S APRONS No garment in the wardrobe of t^c housokeoper or maid is more indis -pensahlo than the trim white apron. Wo have beautiful aprons of white Indian linen, made with extra full kirt, nicely-hemstitched and with bietellcs trimmed with a ruffle of iace edged embroidery and Valenciennes medallions, price $1,75, Dainty white aprons, with shirred frill on skirt and rovers edged with embroidery and insertion. Price ?1. Plain laRn aprons with wFde tics, for 25 cents. Allover, long sleeved, gingham mv- , rons, in largo and small checks, the most appropi-iate over made for only. 91 10. Prom^ IMivfry Telephone 33 Wholesate^nd Retail. this week.  The nwmfiers of the local I.O.O.F. lodgY! will attend service as a body at Knox Chnrch on Sunday night. .Members are rcqiiestcl to meet at their hall at 6.45. At the ro(|uc8t of the Ponoka Baptist Church, Rev. Wm. Reid of this city, will attend the ordination council t� ordain their minister, Mr. Cuyatt, on Tuesday. A. rl'ahvtreo \yho has been acting queerly for- some time has ijoen locked up in the barracks and will Ije under the doctor's care until his snnit.v or insanity is clearly proven. E. O, Hazell of Fernie, B, C, who' owns the Sunnmit Lime Works at Crow's Nest came to the city Tuesday. Ho expects to resitle here jgame. Andy Scott is the in a few weeks, in the house ho is,scorer, erecting on Smith Street. J. W. Kean & Co. ai-c preparing an ice cream parlor that will be one of the swellest in the west.. An electric piano is tx;ing put in and the whole parlor will Ixs a delightful place. J. Cal)ell, a bad half-brood who helped himself to a watch belonging to a fellow lodger in the cottage used by the Arlington Hotel was assessed $10 and costs by Magistrate Humphries on Monday. A Sunday School was organized at Diomond City on Sunday last. Mr. lOlliott is Superintendent and E. E. Reynolds, manager of' the Diamond mine is Bible class teacher. John Mossum is secretary-treasurer, T, E. Patteson has been appointed agent for the Aetna Insurance ' Co. of Hartford, Conn. His. agency is of the same .standing as the Winnipeg offfco, being directly under the Pacific head office at San Francisco. On Suwlay RcV, Wm, Reid �*ill pi-each m\ the subjects, "Two Wo-mon" in the morning; and "Two Men" in the evening, the character under discussion being Mary and Martha, and. the publican and tho Pharisee. Vincent Chominski appeared t>efore /Inspector Belcher at the R.N.W.M.P. Barracks Tuesday morning for a preliminary hearing on a charge of stealing JP2.00 from Mary Malowski and was remanded for trial at the next sitting of the Supreme Court. A man named Robt. Cousin, who was quarantined at the Isolation Hos])ital, broke the regulations by leaving the place. An hour after ho was found drunk down town. He was arrested and after being thor -oughly fumigated was fined flO and costs, A new post-office to be called Bow-ville is to be opened onMny Ist, to serve the people in the Little Bow coimtry, Theoflico is twenty-seven j -j-he Harold A, Wilson Co, of To-miles from lethbridge-.and will have ^ ronto, has offered a handsome trophy a weekly service from Lethbridge. N. i to be competed for by amateur base-M. Paulson who has Hfo contractwill; Oall teams  in tho Lethbridge Dis- Tlic departure of A. E. Humphries to tour with the ball team has excited considerable interest in the city. Mr.Humphrics knows wellwhat his work is and no one is better qualified to do it. Lethbridge will tierive no small lienefit from this publicity tour. Manager Morrison has notified the following., players to report at La Crosse to-day (Thursday):- Foster, Martins, Bues, Lindley, Bahl, Mun-zi%, Kares, Seabrook, Madden, Paget Grqgan, Flath, Siefert, Mackin, Schurch and O'Dea willireport at St. Paul or Duluth. He is after a couple more good men and signs him -self "Yours f or the pennant." Go to it, old man, wo'r9 with you. Houk's Savages, the most famous baseball aggregation Ijcthbridge ever had, now scattered afar among' tho different tribes, will answer tho call of their chief and assemble on May Vth, for one more pow-wow. Tho announcement that the Clarcsholm braves Are after tho scanty scalp of their veteran chief has made the warriors don their war-paint once more; and after this battle thoy will ki-yi for the last time. bring mail to Lethbridge on Friday returning .Saturday. Mrs. Gunildo Peterson is tho ..postmistress. Mr. rtnd Mrs. Arthur M. Grace and son will leave Grooly tonvorrow night J for Medicine H�t, .Mlierta, where he will be in charge of the construction of a cnnal ei- and one or two other towns. MORRISON ON DICCK. The Hurald has rucoi\'ed a copy of the Le Sueur County (Minn.) Demo -crat in which it says:- J. W. Morrison, nmnagcr of llw Lethbridge, Canada, baseball team, expects to Icavo next Tuesday for IjaCrosse, Wisconsin, where ho has arranged for his men to report ond engage in practice for some two or throe weeks. ANNLAL MEETING OF r.ACROSSE CLUn. The annual meeting of the lacrosse club will be held this evening at 8 o'clock sharp in tho dental parlors of Dr. McCIuro and Stewart. O/Hcons will be elected for the season of 1007 and general business matters discussed. Everyone intorestod in tho continued success of the Lothbridgeboys is urgently j�que�t*d to l)e present. Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. 1 bowji, flttikd in . Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, 00-] CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in th� fMd work, and elef^antly upholstered, BRODIE & STAFFORD; ASatisfadoiy Revdaticn H will be toyoujfyott lo�k;�ts�ps9 ot our osotftl tetluroona �Wfs �� hav* put ia tubs, waahstaads; Sll�*r-' m sad other'flxtiifi�i.��itfaelll�|as Icr ctMallDSM sMI osirftfit. IN MiiMt tha luxury ot MkHf a aiiMSlly ud an -�v�ry4>y dsHglit^ iMls cost. Ask US kow lUilS. $325 $325 i LAID OUT FOR SUBDIVISION I am authorized to offer for a few days only, ^^e .twenty or forty acres, south east .of Jihe Agricultural Grounds at peF acra on Easy Terms i i:^his property is perfect in| every respect and is across the | road from land that is being^.aolcl| at from $600 to $850 acre and of- i fers magnificent profit to an in-| dividual or small syndicate Cor: subdivision. SPEAK QUICK-The tprtog boom will o4-J vanee the price In A few days. $3251 mm NEW GOODS Special Values This Week |jO��0��00�^���0*��il#>�*Mi-M----^ -FOR- Try the leadiag establishment in tetbbri^g^' ifii I %%%%% mmmmm 1241 ;