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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Pi.21, STORES e The (Inality StoNs of the^^^^ t There is Economy in Buying Our CLOTHING '' We bay ditcMit horn the maken ^ in large quantities. We get the lawest prices and top discoants, which makes it easy baying for you. Our Leaders in Men's Suits ?q AA can boy yen a good tweed suit, suitable for business wear, �po.VV famde of fine quality Canadian Tweed, fit and finish per-feet, in all sices. 010 Kn this low figure yon can take a choice out of a large . J. Whitney's,farm these days. J. F. Hamilton accompanied by Mrs. Haihiltori returned to the city on Tuesday's train from Calgary. R. Hindle who hails from the old country has been added to the local Canadian Bank of Commerce staO as Junior clerk. The funeral of the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bennett took place yesterday afternoon, Rev. J. �. U'Ugh3on officiated. Rev. J. B. Francis of Frank preach ed in Wesley Church on Sunday. His mlla sermons were much enjoyed by large congregations. The Wesley Epworth League held a very interesting missionary meeting on Monday evening, the objections to missions being discussed.' Rev. J. K. Hughson preached in Frank oti Sunday and. gave addresses at Pincher Creek and Macleod on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Hugh Scott, who is in charge of the city's tree olanting, says that the city will plant 600 trees and private citizens about 400 trees this spring. The local branch of the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform League meets to-night in the.. Baptist Tabernacle to complete its organ  ication. The Alberta Sheep Co. recently sold a number of year old .half-bred Shropshire ewes for 97.50 each to a Stirling sheepman. This is considered the record price. At the Methodist parsonage yesterday Rev. J- E. Hughson performed the marriage ceremony between Thos. Hackl^r of this city and Miss Alma Rudolph of Calgary. Mr. and Mrs. D. Kinuiburgfa re-tunned to their ranch near Tabor today, after spending the past week visiting their daughters, the Misses Xinniburgb and Mrs. Alexander of this city. W. fl. Lee has put his business into a company known as the Leth-bridgie Sigit^iind Advertising Co. He has contracts for several very fine floats for the industrial parade on May 9th. and exiiects to get a good many mors. .Rev. Wm. A. Clark, Methodist Minuter.: at Morningstde, Alta.', arrivod In'the city yesterday and will'spend ne time with his relatives here. Mr. C{srk is recovering from an attack of pneumonia and. is here to got ths^^bsaeflt Of . our milder southern elimats.; Bia many friends In the city ; who will remember him as a popular i clerk in the employ of Sherlock and rraenan, will be pleased to IX Church Ladies' Aid tea !d at the home of Mrs. Wm. this evening, of -tne 9tpres in the new Whitney'block win be occupied by a new-drug and stationery business. A. BarMiey' .'of the H. Macbeth Agency spent several days in Card-ston piolishing up his "pearls." The Borae Show at. Cardston on Saturday waa a big success. The quality of the airimala vaa exceed Ingly- food and high prices were realised. Misa Palmer returned to.her home in Virden, ManHoba, on Tuesday, morning after spending two months visiting her sister. Mrs. Joseph Mit chell. The regular monthly meeting of the Boaxd of Trade will be held next Wednesday evening. If Pres. Cony-beare is able to attend the postponed annual meeting and election of ofQc-.era will be held. Five C.P.R. can took a hunch and hied away down the gntde, Jumped the tracka, ran across country, and went down a hill so steep that gross can't grow on it without slipping. One fainted and stopped on the hill-aide, another jumped John Bruce'a fence into the road, while the other three planted themaelvea in hla garden. A crop of good C.P.R. cars is expected. The liiaert' Side. President Sheriiiiui'1^8eiida...RepIy Statement of Operatora. to Siftoa's Seat i% Safe. (Special to the Herald.) Brandon, Man., April 24.- The famoua Brandon election petition againat Hon. ClUIord Sifton and the Crotia petition againat R. L. Rich -ardaon were both diamiascd without costs, which moana thait Sifton holds the scat. Dirtiest MaaiaCooatry Dead Montreal, April 34.- Neil Brodie, for many yean well know-n in financial oenten In thia city and who had the record of being tlie dirtieat man in the country, died today in ab-aolute B. Whitney for 915,000 brick block; F. W. Downer, a..'SOO residence corner Ford .aod Ashmead atreeta; O. L. Vroomaii, 94000 residences corner of Bompaa. and Bartlett Streets; W. 9 Fairfield 91.700 residence on Bur dette Street and O. C. Cropley, 93. eOQ residence on Coutta Street Houses are springing up all over the City. The Knights of Pytfaioa have let the contract for their buiMing to be elected on their lot adjoining the Herald ofBce. It ia to be a two storey brick and atone atructuro with full basement. The upper atorey will be used aa a lodge room The building ia to be finished by Aug. 1,under forfeit. Thoa. Stubba haa the contract. The Calgary ayndicate that owns the adjoining loU wilt build a block' corrsspomting to the KnighU of Pythias building ao that the two blocka vill appear aa one. adux of the Chriatian LUe.". 7.80 p. ,m.. "The Lovs4*ot Christ.V Bible ' ClsBs and Sabbath School ai  ym. Will Build New SeKooL The School Board at a special meeting on Monday night settled the troublesome question of school accommodation. A report from arch itect F. B. Rolfaon condcnmed the old part of the school, but said that the nev- wing might be utiliiBed. I'he opinion of the Board waa oppoaei to building on to the new wing '.iwing to ita defective architecture. It waa considered too good to teaer down however, ao it woa agreed to lyll for plans for a new achool to to' built to tha. saat of the present building. Tha buiMIng will have ten claaa-rooma, a .large auditorium, of-flcea, library, and a full boaonwnt. The four rooms iwhich eonatitute the new wing of the present buildingwill be retained for achool purpbac When the new achool ia coupletedthe old part will be torn down. Tho Board decided to accept the offer of the A. R. * I. Co. to sell either bloiek 119 or ia�, both of which are three blocka eaat of the West  minitcr Roj^ for giaO a lot- ^he building -,and sHss: coawiittee will chooae the aMts^isuHsble black. Thia propi�rty will'^l^ hold aaa\ future school aits. WANTED. A good house nsid. J. W. Koan. - . � Apply V Mrs: The Liberala of High River orgsaisttd with' J. - W. -Bhort as Pras-Idsht; and.iHllhavs^atibsral Club. YouuKErr You aw not a shocniafcery n�i theM's ab need of going into an nalrab of the consttfiction of the'X2aecaQoiUil7* Shoe. But the fact temains that U satisfies over two^ nllttoa wcafCfs. They knour (het like hf that it gives style to the foot i that it gives eomfoft the first daj worn. jktA tliet is csxNigh* It holds its shapJB longer than othertesdy made i^oes becatue it /tfs� Yet the enormous btisincis done on "Qtieen Quel, hy^ ShoM fcecpi the prices moderated Fred Gow & Co. �$iM $3,50 $4.00 // aiIU�r&ftCo.Ui. Fx-Mayor Geo, Rogera with, aonw Winnipeg 'eapttallsta hoa fermad a company capitaliMd at half a million to ontrateajarga eoal property arhlch they have aecurad aeroaa t&a river. TI)o company sspaeta to hava, their plant iu opsrawtloa ,by; tha, time the high iawel brMgs Jtahea Uie triitn aervice' :io tatUr prbpwiy.,. Mra. H-tUtBtth w WtiimyC win not raesive EGGS For HalchiAf From our Banrfwland White Rooke' White Wyeodottes and Buf Or^ pingtone. $2.00 per 19. Plaee en Older with us end improve your >' ' 014 Cktef Poultry ViTdlr �.Mhkriege. Alia. , ' 51 ;