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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SI WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Spring Goods ArrranglO^ No oUl Roods to make peeial sale on. Everythinu bright nrd new. The very gooils you're looking for. at prices you'll say are reasonable. At A*^^J-i, G'�*y Tweeds, Panamas, Eoline, Mohairs, Lustres, New Dress Goods Voilcp, Ser^et and Cashmeres. F'rintB (fost colors), Zephirs and Gingh^.^ Printed bucks, Printed Muslins, White Waistings. Dimitiei and Cotton Voiles, Sheetings. Towels and Quilts. TCKW SHOES-a fine riinge in Children's, also Ladies and Gents. NEW HOSIERY. NEW j^ftw ^'^"'"yg^LijjQg^NE^ PLAID SILKS, NEW LINEN WAISTINGS. Come in ind see our display of new things for spring. We will be glud to show you through. A. OB M4m iSage w�� u|t from Tsbor It. Livingston waw in Ednsoftton l�wt, week. I'hsaoaborlttg plant ouffht to be iwrc in a for. daya. Work has, baen oomuMnced on tbe new reahLinca for. J. W. ItcNiohol. Oracio Springla got a :udgemcnt a8�inat Joa Fca; for tSS for wage*. a'lMdoned Um C.O.O. fMtrcet poat deiivary. H. W, J)wrlla. i^f tha Bell Tela-lhon� Co..-JM;baM. trMMtfarrad to Calgary. E. Hageli baa abhl bla reaidence on Hadpath atrset to Mr.vJotoson of Medicine Hat. Mrs. U. W. Gray and Miss May (jray returoad laat week from a pl(.-�iN�Bt visi't to Untario relatives. W. C. Siminoaii npent Saturday ond Sunday in. the oiity. Me siaya tbe Ij^iaiature wili ait during muut of March. Hon. Speaker FiKher, of the U>lf^^^� lature of Albertia; wiU be married to Alisa Powell, of Ottawa, tho third Week in April. O. U. C!auvreboUKht eight lata on Oiyn St. from Jas. Ii'iake ibis weuk. 'Jbe price was �4,-000, a profit to Mr." Fiskc of noarly Wm. Munns, lather of Mrs. .J. K. Rowiitree's English Jujubes are the nicest confection on tbe market. You can buy them at JOHNSTON'S DRII6 STORE k LOCAL BUDGET. Chief Parry roturned to his duties RS Chief of Police today. O. M. Hatch was in Calgary this wwJsj , , ,/ i . �, ; ! 1 I I J.Piche has returned from a trip to M:ntreal. ^ C. R. Daniel purchased 42 lots in the KOrth Ward this wook. Wm. Ingram bought the 240 acre (rri(i�ted farm of ^am Young this week. �. Fitcgerald, late of tho Mountod Police. Is now aasociaited with the T.K. Patteson agency. 0. P. Austin, with~ his mother and aister. are living in the house hvtely occupied by W. C. Liphardt. J. H. Kvcrs of Chinook, Mont., bought eight sections of land south of Taber through Hatoh &r Coons. 1. M. Pierce sold his residence at the corner of Douipaa and Smith Streets to .lo.s. Young, tho shoep rancher. Mrs. Ilamil'ton of Okotoks, is in the city, tho guest of hor^ brother. J. Fisk and is incidentally investing in real estate. A ca�n of smallpox in �th;- Wcnt-worth Hotel at Cranbrook caused forty guests in the hotel 1.0 be quarintiiicd. Wheneggs are tearse ^nd dear, you have a sure rsmedy by purobasing a box of Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea which is guaranteed to make the hens lay. Fot sale only by J. D. HWnbatham & Co. Family and Diapmiaing Chamisis LETHBRIDOE. W. p. Malone, manager of the Xorthrm Dank ot Maclood. is in i:bc city. Howard Dougkis, superint�ndsnt of the National Park at IlanfT is in tha city. \V. H. Sharp of Pincher Creek, has leased B. C. Moore's residence for three months. Dr. Mcwburn has hean ctonflncd to his bed this Mvek, suflfering from bloodpoisoninff. J. W. Martin. Dontinlon Land Office Inspector, has been in the city most of the week. W.H. Ireland, a w�ll known Bran -don contractor, is visiting his brother-in-law, D, A. Smith. W. A. Aubin has bought the cement block plant of Dore and Allon and will remove it to I^iance. Ous Neidig is now in chargjo of the bowl nj alley and shooting gallery in tho l:iaMOinent of Oliver's blocki. The Chinese observed their New Year in lively style. Fireworks cut a big flguro in thair celebrations. Wltbin the last week or two, I.M. Pierce, has sc^nt to theloan company at Vancouver, wbich he rapresonta, applications lor loans for new bui!d-ine,8 to the extent of $12,000. .Hobt. Mcliannan, o'l" the Warchousa slaft' of th.T Northwest .lobbing Co. Iwis enterwl tb;^ service of the CPU. Hatch &' C'oons sold a thirty acre tract south east of thj city to V. .S. Shepard tor subdivision purposes Thoro are two ca-scs of measles in tho ciiy. Tho supposed cone of small pox in on3 family turnL'd out to ho mcn8U>.s. IJoijt. Fo.x. Calgary's sanitary in-siKittor, was in the city this week. He has made ovtensi ve purchases in roni estote. Hilly B;!iin.it)fs vauduvii.e show, ap-Iteareil at the opera houiie throe nights lust week and gave good satisfaction. A post ollke has been ostaiblishod at Warnor with J as. Thompson as poslmasier. Mails will lje sent there, three times a week. Tba Knights of Pythias ceSobmted their forty third anniversary i>n Tuesday. Alberta will have a�rand lodgs very soon as subardinait� lod-'ges are l>oing organizcBth, ijast ot Westminster Itoad. Sidney .lackson has purchased an acre in the southeast end of the city. A. I..; yai-ker of Dwtuta, is; In the city. Mrs. C. J. Eckstorm has. returned from Seattle. C. V. Harris has located his oflices in th� Oliver block. Mr. and Mrs. Leflin.:;wetl of Warner spent Sunday in the city. K. C. Eftinos of the local elevator, will buy grain at Cardston. Y. S. Sbepard aad C. A. Shapard came tlown from Calgary laat niflht. E. D. Fretjtuon, of Freeman, Out., is tha guest of bis .daugbteq Mrs. W. A. Buchaain. It 4s saidtibai the CPR- will put on a direct train service between here and Calgary in the spring Geo. MHcbeU, a dark in Hlffln-botham's dri^ store, had his arm broken throug;h  barrel of bottles falling against him. On Feb. X4 .at the ranch house,: Kound 'Lfike, Joseph Martin Davis and Jennie .Florence Arnold were married by Hev. Walker of Mackrad. Charlas Douglas, tlie yotmg Scotch man who was kil^ed in a. anpwMider at Coal Craek, according to the Fter-" nie Ledger, lived for a time in Lieth-bridge. H is said that C. Ross Tate of Cran::rook, Mill opcit � Jewelery store in the shoe shop formerly occupied by the l�le Jas. Ke.ves on Ford Street. A. J. McLean has t>��D at the C. V. ranch mcist of the winter and ha says the losses of cattk: in that section of the. country will not reach 10 per cciit. F. .\. Acland, wesitcrn reprTsenta-Hughson, is at the head of a Toron- tive of ihe Toronto Globe and well to syndicate which has punhascd j known to many people here on ac-tha coal property of the ("iti Coal (ount of several visits here, hoa twon Co. of Kdinonton. .'appointed assistant \o Mackt.mie (J. f^uodwin lata of th;; Mounlod I'olice has entered into iiartneiship with C.K. Harris of Macleod, in tho K.njr, deputy Minister of l�bor. IJ. L. Richardsoa. who has boon at "outs'' with the Liberal party reel c-stuti: busin-ss. They will have�for some time, has ri�tumad >to the P. fiCCORSETS Newest Styles All prices, from 1.25 to 7.00 per pair. These have taken Gold Medals and Diplomas wherever exhibited for a good many yeara past. We have great cenfidence in recommending this line to our cnatomers. LiCorsets, Newest Models, all sizes Ladiea' Hosiery in great variety. Lisle in filaekj Grey and Blue, also in opera length, Black 8ilk and Silk Plated, Embroidered Cashmere and Plain C^hmere in all aizeli, including an extra width. SPECIAL-26 dozen Black Oashmere, aicea 8^ 9, 10, seamless, spliced feet and hecils. Remarkable value at 25c. Children's Ribbed Hoae in all aizet. WHITEWEAR, Some Special Values Ladies' Corset Covers, Cbemlsea and Drawers, from 23e. each. Oowns and Skirts, from SOo.^ch. These goods will be found up-ataira, on firat floor. T�tophoDe 33. Proaipt P�Uvcry. The Bentlijr Co., Ltd. M^holesale and Retail. ' oTices here and at Macleod. 'J'he marriage of Mr. Anders�>tham, T, Mc-N'a.b, Dr. Stewart iuid R. Sagea>i tended the grand lodge of thu Masonic order in Macleod this w-eek. Tba Grand Lodge will be invited to metl here next year. Lcthbridge friends learned with much regrot this week, that .1. Kirk-patrick. formerly C.P.H. agent hero hoxl suffered a heavy loss by. fire. His house, store, stock and books were lost and the family only escaped in their night clothes. Keuipton McKim,. president of the Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council has beian nomintited as tho labor candidate for the lx>gislatuit: for West Winnipeg^ Mr. McKim has vl!�-itid Lothbridge on several occasions and is woU known to labor men here. . Amongst Uioso who were success -ful at the Normal school examinations at Calgary were B. F. Keillor, RaymomI; Amy T. Hammer, Mary .\. Harker, Ztftiulon W. Jacobs, Jar-�d A. Mercer, DeVoe Woolf, Orilla WooU and Magrath. A car ot blood horaes for X. S. Bowman, who ro^tly came teret from Kentucky, arrived in the city laat week.. The}- are for the stock farm he is starting south of Chin Coulee. Mr. Bowman will have his recently acquired property tHted up in tho njost modem style. Edmonton Journal: Among some of the players recently signed by Deacon White for the Edmonton base ball team for 1007 are Ktd Ford, carcbor. New York Giants; Charles Crist, pitcher, Edmonton; aeorgc Weaslcr, short stop, OKdcn, Utah; Thomas 'Faylor, short stop, Ottawa, Out. 'Xhe Raynwnd jChrvnIcle says: Word comes to E. 8. Martin from A. E. Moore that he has been detained at Montreal tJtought the siRkaeMi.ollkis wife aitd^ child, both ot whom haw been in the hospitali Mr ,i iMooro expected, to b^ again on Ms way to-' ward Ireland the earl.y part of this month. , W. A.. Aubin, of tbe Reliance mdne, says that the suni of't7S,000 has bee� appropriated to lie spent this season, in mine dovolopmcnt, the installation ol wtor and electric Hgltt systems, power house and the buiid-Inff o�' a village of houses. The watbr works, whicn w-lll beforboih to�-n ar.d mine, will provide 300,000 gal-Jons dally, pumtwd by oloiHrlclty from the river three miles away. Y. S. Shepard, tho Calgary real estate utam opened Ms Lsthbridffs oince last week. It is temporarily located in ilMt shop of the L�tht)ri.dge Sad' Co. and Mr. Omar Mack  lem, of/the Calgary ofHce, is in ebani*. Mr. Bhepard has in^'wtad in a lot more Lethhridge property and ha pronriscs to> nslce thlngH humhero tklS' BUianier., He will bring down an automobile and show buyers all 4to b��t ntal satata aniapa. ranks aga'n and will contcat Killar-ney as a Liberal candidate for tho Manitoba government. The en;^gement .of Miss Helen (Lena) Mae O-Neil, daughter of Major and Mrs. J. F.O'Neil, of Point Eilward and sister of Mrs. R: A. Wright, Lethbrklge, to .fohn Huntington Maclean, of Calgary, Is onnounced, tlk> wadding to take place at the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. E. C^Drake, Medicine Hat, Alberta on Feb. 20. THE SEED FAIR A Syaopua of the Points Although \ha exfaiblta wer? not e�, numerous as mighti have been hoped for, still the quality was good. At the lectures in tha afternoon,; the audience was u�ade up. enUroly of' fanners. On account of the very; mirddy condition of tho roads, many settlers, who. had planned U) caab, in were unable, to do so. Some of! the homesteaders north of the >riveQ,i who started early inthe noming ap'^ as to be In ^^ood ^ time were . unaibic to reach town till after the .speak ing had finished in-the afternoon. The first address was by Mr,.Arch. MiUhell. Chief Weed Inspcfctor, Edmonton, hissubject was v'Eradioa-tun and pontrol of weeds." ; Mr. Mitchell spoke for nearly ao hour, in his usual earnest, convincingand vary interesting manner. He went over the list, of noxious weeds spend ng much time on the. ones which are most apt to give trouble In our end of,the province.. Be had botanical specimens of these plants, ______,____________ ______ each special being passed through and .SCina Woolf of Cardfrton 'the audience as he was dealing with*' it. He also exhibited vials of seeds of the various, weeds. Mr. Mltdtell also spent some time in pointing out tha most rational modes of keeping the weeds under control. Taken as a whole, his, ad-dross Was extnoicely practical and win . be,tl�9 means of dq'. For the protty little blue or j'ellow or *i�tt� flow-era look so innocent and luinnless when the.first one or two apiHwr in the fence corners orr cleanliness and comfort. We make the luxury of bathiag a necsasiiy. and an e\sryday dfligM at Itttla cost. Ask us how iHtle. C. W.GRAY K m> mc0iieeinr?o Real Estatie and Insurance I-OOK OUT FOR G. H. Johnston^s FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. Mr The second address was by Thoa. li. Wolblfoid ot CardRU>n "Seed aelecting and lii4>ortanco of good seed." Mr. Wooifonl's talk was listemid 'to with particular attention. For os is well known he is probably the most successful famw.-r In his district, as is^ indicated by the^high yields obtained on his faiiii this past season, as publishtxl in these coiiimnN last fall. Mr. Woolford outlinMl in a very pleasant and entertaining mannjfr many of his ex(ieriences in grain llgronnj- in Southern Alberta during the eight years in which he Has lived here. Ho particularly broiight up the importance of sowing clean sood on our how farms. Hb erophaainid this point by giving the experiences of many of his oMgbbors in the CardstoB district who wre some  times forced by eircumatenees to sow grain not absolutely clean. Anoti^sr point brought out that is well worth not log, was the import-aace of sieinc 'to it tbat tlie grain fad to the horses that w*i� tieteg usi'd to cuHivntc iha Jawl was clean. MustanI fucvAn are so siiiAlI "that thoy are seldom cru.shh tho animals sv�teiii with their ^oi-m-tnatioii powers iminipaivd. Tins is also true of wiid oats. Mr. Wool -lord ui'titiil tho iiri)jortaiicu oi slimmer fallowin.; often, and also advised cwry fanner to go in lor iillalfu ot least, on a. small scalo. Thj|�sL saeuker ol iho tlay was Mr. VV. C. McKiilicttii., .VIlxM-ta Hop-iesentttlive Doniiniun Seed Branch. His suliloi'l. iH'iiifi, "Tho prevention of smut." liofore Ijoginniii^' on his. 6ub|ti.ts and on tlusir frcMlom from wee*l seod: Ho advised the winners to mnv\ ati-hlMts to thi3 I'rovinoiftI !3eoe IveUI aliortly ut ICdiiiontoii. Mr. McKillicaii also divw a'tteii'liuii to the fact that thsre was now in operation at IJalg'ary a sotid testinjj laboratory, where any fariiiur nwiy ha\'e-�ed tested free for purity that Is freedom from wood somIs, etc., and also, for gm-mination. Ho drew particular attention to the hiiportanco of having grass and clovor sued tested; In speaking of smut Mr. McKil-lican gav? the life history of thio littia parasitct, and spoke in goncral tenns of the. importatico of treating for tha Bumie. Ho said that owing.to 11k> difficulty in killing iiU the tTorms eapeclally when the smut balls were pressnt, it was a wise practice to select Mid as free from) sinut us possible and to trout every year, wlieth-tr smut was presi'nt or not, In this way it was possibld to keep it in Ubjsction. At the dose of >tihe ad- dress, ciiiito a discussion took place,: and some rather uniqiiie tboorkss were advanrs will Le received untilMarch ]i, 1907, far tha foliowh^ de4iver-(>d during and .\pril. JI.IO bbls. good cctaont. 17i"�, yards� good clean, sharp sand, vi D25 yards good)...c!ean gmvol. v 200 Knuare Medium . galvanised Manitoba siding. 118 sjuare M't-'diuMi painted Bastf lake shinirlcs. , j "i" 100 kegs nails, 2" 3" 4'' 4"'6": -Tenders will also be reoeii'ed for:: tho excavating of foundation walla. 2 to 3 feet deep for buihling 198sM feet., and building 40x40. ^. , 'IVnders, will bo received for � the laying of 000: f�et perch of founia -tion walls with cement walls 2' n"x4' and 8' -high or Kroiind .arid 8' abovj|:tlip,;grout�d 'I' ri>^bt is reservMt to're|Bvt! oay | or all bids. Address [ >' " " i' ,�� GBOROB W. OBSBK,,< Rayatoad, ;