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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �tv Stock-Taking Sale THE LAST CALL ON Just a few left. These will be sold at a reduction of 30 per cent. Here's a warm price on Fur Caps Only two dozen nil told, should not stay long with us at those reductions, each reduced o 10 only LADIES' HEAVY DRESS SKIRTS. This is n Imrguin at each................� 95 A. Macdonald r> Co. 81111111......................................................... wol Chief t'nrry has loot given* two I A. K. Kayos an�! wife left for the I weeks lfftv than any other place on the lii�j. The C. B. Bowman Agency h.iw leased office* in the now Higinbnth-am block, and will occupy mem us soon-as the building is compluteU A. M. Ritchie and F. Dupon have Ic.n attending the district court of const .yoHordny morning. Constable Silllker returned from the ICast Wednesday ni^lvt. The lire brigade ball will hold its annual ball on Faster Monday. A. M. Nan ton haw been elcetod a director of the Duinlnloii Bank. Miss Canwron of th.i Bc-iitley Co.. i has returned from 11 trip to Toronto. : The Western Transfer Co. has til - i ed Its big ice house with on.- ihous- ! andtons of ice. � Walter Sinclair- purchased a trio I of Barrtd Rocks from Old Chief Poul- j try yards this woek. 1 A. Mitchell of Edmonton, formerly : of Macleod, was In t'hc city this week on his way to Cardston j On Friday evening, a cottage pray- ; er meeting will be he'd at Mrs. Brad- j I bear's, near the hospilut. ; Tickets for th-3 Masquerade ball ' next Monday night enh bo secured at Wallace and Hosokons. A syndicate ol local men propose starting a hog ronoh. They will start with about 300 animals. F. B. Cole left the city on Tucs -day for his home, Harma.tton, Alia., on the LittV Bod lXwr River. at Calls. Montana. Th.1 castI.oiiiiiI train leaving hero last Thursday nfglil was held at Tal-er iint.1 the afternoon of th.-n.'xt �-livj . The hotels th �!�.> (im! |Ik� pas-m>ii(j|.r.n. W. Cieston of Slr.itioi',1 Out. one of the I 'ud n^. Hour men in Ontni'io. �as in th � i'ii.*' this u.vk. He is n l.roth:!!' of T. II I'restuii. M.l'-l'-. Hi nut l.iiil Committee of the Board of Trade ! turned from their trip to tinstcrn tor take up the Important truuwtion 'Can.ula last night. They came by of procuring Miles for industries. way of Chicago n d Minneapolis and Aid. Vrooiiian intend* to linihl a n-siilelii'e this spring. Aid. anb Mib. Itobinsmi luft for the co st on Sunday night.  I. 11. Stanley of Calgnry was in the city most of the week. S. By men t, a millionaire lumber -man of Bnrrie, (hit . is dead. .1 T (llnh.u... I,le of Macleod. is \ ]rm M,.1fUl,u n iw CP It stat,,n a'ieiil h.'r � 'tives T W Crofls. \\ II. I\ilrlle;,l. an:l II. \. Suitgiit �civ in Calgary kwt Kirkv noil I*-. U is now occupy inj; his new resilience n \! to l>r. ( II It ll'sl' Th.'Cit\ Coiuv il is ifiiinu to pro-\iclc t'bii f I'anv wilh a typewriting much in >. Aid. ItobiUsuii has I'.-n gran'.e.l two month's Ua\e of a''si-tuv !>>' th.' City Council. M. It. Cooper. I he well known im- lluiisv to It nt Apply to s .l. Mi'Diaruihl. \V. C. Simmons. Ml'.P.. was down from Kdnioirlon .iver Sunday. C. V. Bennett, clerk ,f ilv court, is now located in tho Oliver block. The I.O.O.F. will give an At Homo ! su,T'','"� , in Ulhcr'n lln;i, on Friday. Fell- hlockmles. ruary 8th. InvitaHons haw Ixvn is- ' Mrs. A. K. Humphries underwent sued. Any member not having , 11 "secontl operation las-i week nn;I | ceived one w'lll kindly call on the j for a time, her comdition was ex-' s-.cretary, K. V. Dootay. and get one {tremcly serious, tut her host of for themselves and their friends j friends will bo glad to know that Some Improvements ore lieing |�he is now recovering. The pupils of Stand\rd IV. reorganized their Literary Society Friday Following the example of their | mndc in the grocery of Nelson and Fraser. A now office is b�iag fitted up in the roar. The counters at il�> .south side are to be removed and re- isen.iors lhov w!U have a paper, edit-'I'lie Ci'.iiiM-oiil. Herald snys: Win. placid by tables, on which the large jt,j ),y Clarence Sherlock, assisted by Wfiister of I>'thl't iibre. oih> of tlie und \ari� of the - new clasoes yj. Olayrer and K. Rein_>ger. O. pionc is of the roust 1 net ion of the of crockery, the now firm purposes [ jonfi9 i8 |>ri.Ritknt and A. Hmlersou Crow, was .Oi.ikiiiH hands wiih ih-' carrying, will be displayed. 1 secretary old timers ol Ciaiii.rook the p ist few Owing to the extended unprecedent- I , . ... ' i The .Junior league of Wesley church ,I,,VS |" SL'%;:m>; �* Ui� W*^r- ^� V*n*' !l�W 'ts ftrst monthly business iikvi- The Piicli., Creek F,h-., says: Mission Facftc Hallway finds it ikwss-i ^ P|>u|tty, tth,n olovon Mulholland. who for some time past a,'-v lo nmku � furtherr^uctlon in Mr. iu>d Mrs. MleLuch are at liar- has 1 een li*iiij: in Ix>th>iridg, spen on a visit to ivln- flatch and Coons iiiovoci into their line new ohVes in the Oliver block this week. It. I' U.illace. late of t'oaticook. Que., was in the city this Wi-ek on his way to Taber, where he will open a hi" olllce. On rhursday night Mrs. Jos. A. Young entertained a numliur of her (ileal Is at progressive euchre. All present t-ujoyed a plvasant evc-niog- \V. C. Simmons is a inemlier of the train service, vi*., the withdrawal liotwocn t-'al^nry and Moose Jaw of trains No. 1 and 'J. These trains will l*. annulled between Calgary and oose ,faw till at least March 1, , , , , , and prolmbly later If weather con- .li hn Hart, wife of 'the propriet,ief Parry- and Consitable* l�ra visiting I'r. aid .Mrs. 1)ii�1i>|> parry. Silliker. Storey and Ib-'ld. for some time, left last Monday to |-pho extra man will be required, ex-uccept a position in th.- Cnion Bunk , p^cially when the big gang comos hero in the spring to 1 uild tho new Ceo. llouk iiiforined us the other,bridge Irrigated sontli i he lit* p'euienl iment. is imw on the slnlT of j Railways, l'tivate Bills, municipal ,, uahbrid. e Hatch and Coons ll.nw. AgricuUuiv and Immigration li I wirni.ev tins mil' uu iii- coinmhtivs of the I'roviiiiial I/�gis- . P. ,l. niiniiey. lias m.i.1. an m fl,lV Q, R n)nl, who |(J wK^ing here, vcliiient in forii ii'-ivs of improved j "l '"''' I Ml pp n ; lt)0 pounds of coal to his Mrs. M. Beard.-, imv Stewart^ will J wife at Swift Ci-rreut. The lady t'hive whurx>lay. report.-.! that riie was oi.t of coal, | want lo |>urcha�ers about ,Vk To -morrow the "1 Wills" of tho Bible will li> discussed, -t collection will, be taken to assist Iii defray ing or -{animation e.\p.nses All yoiiu; men are cordially invited lo the services in the Baptist i Tabernacle on Si.nday next at 11 1 a.m. * d 7 p.m. At the evening service, the Rev. Win. Reid will deliver his third address on the History of the Foolish Boy, the subject ln^'ng. "Homeward Bound." Then- will bo hpecial singing at night. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. K, N. Il'ig'nbothnm learned with iv-grct Inst night of the death of their only daughter. TIvj little rm had been ill for a couple of wivks nml her death hnd bivn expectwl for the past few days- The sympathy of the entire community will pn out to the Ivrnavwl ones. I Th\> Toronto lllole says: lu\'iiii-tii ns are out for the marriage, of Miss tlretehen Kdith Meyer, daughter of tho late H. W. C. Meyer. K. C., of Calgary, and granddnughu r of a. m. mcQuttit * eo REAL ESTATE Have some eye openers for this week Two lots. (Mix 120...............................$ 250 00 Three lots, 135x123, with smnll shack............'.. 200 00 Two lots. 40x100. with 5 roomed houBe............050 00 One nere land and 5 roonunl house................. 760 00 4 lots, 100x125,7 roomed house, modem butu, furauc�, good stabling................................2700 00 2 lots. 50x125,7 roomed house, modern good stabling. Central.....................................3100 00 IS lots. 7 roomed house, stabling..................3200 00 Fire, Life and Accident Insurance LOOK OUT FOR G. Johnston's FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. KUtK URHiAPK OITTCI'.IIS. thj Cromwell (Jurney of Toronto. The wedding will take place at St. Allan's Cathedral on Tuesday, February 12. Georgo H. Ham of tho will m�k� � tQur of the West at the cx- A i|ulet wedding wits solemniMd , on Wtilneiiday afwrnoon at the Iteth-^ parsonage when Rev. J. I*. West man tuiUed in marriage Mr. I Charles Henry Read und Miss llellcn i Crerar. Mr. Read is a popular en-. . gin,vr on tho C.P.R. road and h.� a l.P,raUon �' rT***at Roo^eU s host of friends in town. Miss Crear- mas-piernile ilalliv lo he Ivold hy the etty band on Momlay evi�nin�.. The baud boys are practicing hard and ! when .tlui spring comes they will bo I provid ng the public music at con-{ oerts on the suiiare, of the latest j and most lascinating kind. Tho ball I is being lutld for the pvrposo ol * >ng funds to purchase uniforms all citizens should patronize this . worthy organization. The monvbera do not make any money out of ths4r  connection with tho band. ; The haul the I^ethbrklgo curlers . made nt the Calgary bonspiol is on I vlov in a very tastily and appro-i priatoly dressed window In Fred third daughter of Mr and Mrs 10. II. Bolterell, to Mr. John Reginald Redpath, I'incher Creek.. Alberta, formerly of Montreal, was solemn -i*ed very tmietly at St. iKiirg/s Church yesterday morning. Th-' ceremony was jierforini^l by Rev A .1. f>oull. M.A., in the pivsi'iice ol only immediate relatives, including Br. Roddick, Mrs. Itoddiek, sister of the groom, and Mr. an I Mrs. Bolterell, father and nn.titer of the bride. The Kdini-n'on Bulleti says 'I he liro brigade has elected following olllcers: ) Chief-L. 11. Fowlor. Assistant Chief-15. Appleford. Hose detachment- It. Robson. Bix-on. IlicU, Tov !e, FatKii-.n, Pulican and Cowan. ltook and ladder detachment- tJ. Xeidig, Roiini'.v, Itodgers.- OxlaUd iukI Irwin. I"" 1131 ne detachment-Morns. Hydra nt-Mi Lean. .1. II Fleetwood was fleet .-d as serretary for the ensuing year A committe,, was appm ted for the purpose ol dr.infill inn a code of signals lo govern i he movements of 1 1 he !irit;aile while working lit lire.-. li �,is ^ugri'i'ste.l tlial the city In' dt\nled iir.o lire "aiils. and th.H spei ial signals i.  mv,u 111 the houses cii the location of lhe lire A 101n11.ilt.e was appointed lo ar-laiiK-' n s.isli'in for the brigade lo s-nil in. leeiird, and coiiimunic. alarm and location of lire. IMH I.TRY SHOW. Ul'l I Ot Lt/.tlttklDGE. Applications will fce rccelvad toy the undersigned up. to 0 p.m. on Monday the 18th February, lor position of the City Engineer for the City of Lethbrldge. AppUcaots to �tate salary oxpected, effpericnoe and qualifications. By order, l\ U. BOWMAN. Sec.-Treas. (Jow's store, 'ih.' spoilH include a ' *:-rer MorriKin, of Lethiuidge. is 1 silver tankard and four silver tea 'services with trays won by .1. , Bruce's rink; four sets of carvers,  won by N T- Mucleod's rink; oak : bronze shield and four glass claret land water jiifs won by .1. Bruce's !rink; four manicure sets won hy J. � Kenny's rink; and four Stetson hwts 'won by .1. Bruce's rink. Best ofa.ll are the fine gold medals, won fcy 1 Bruce's rink la His (>ra*d \ggro- tlown to work and if he books a few of the fasl on.'s he has hooks out for the coal min.irs are going i� lami ridht near the top ulteii the season ends. Morrison is a Hrst-ctass pitcher himself anil Iras us good as landed 'a very fast southpaw nuin-ed Dolan. who played in one of the �a*tora state leagues in 1900. He is al�o dickering for Catcher Cox who i* Under reserve with Providence, but Who will undoubtedly be farmed out The Poultry Finr takes p'ace ne.M Wednesday and promises to be a hilK papers of the Province of Alborta, :> 30 days from this date. R. PKRCV BARKBKi ' Ketretary/ Allertu Association of ArchHeots, ICdinonton. Juuuury UUih, 1907. St ;