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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .................................................I..........IIIIIJ A. Macdonald (& Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Spring Goods Arriving Daily No old goods to make special snle on. Everything bright nr.d new. The very tt, goods you're looking for, at prices you'll say arc reasonable. V |k| ^Ws.>�*s* PaajIb Qrey Tweeds, Panamas, Kolinc, Moliairs, Lustres, IlCW I/rCSS VWOUS Voiles, SerKes and Cashmeres. lhI^�M� ^ll/jsjsllsi sO�^tf%�l* Prints (fast colors), Zephirs and Ginghams, Printed W UMl VlOOUS Ducks, Printed Muslins, White Waistings, Dimities and Cotton Voiles, Sheetings, Towels and Quilts. NEW SHOES-a fine range in Children's, also Ladies and Gents. NEW HOSIERY, NEW VEILINGS, NEW PLAID 8ILK8, NEW LINEN WAISTINGS. Come in ind sec our display of new things for spring. We will be glad to show you through. A. Macdonald riUi-llughsin, is at tho head of a Toron- tivo of tho Toronto Glo'w and well to syndicate which has purchased known to many people here on ac-the. coal pro|>erty of the City Coal eount of soveral visits here, has boon Co. of Kdmonton. .appointed assistant lo Mackiti/.lo i (i. Coiidwiii Into of the Mounted 'K.njr, deputy Minister of lubor. I.. Ilirhardsoa. who has been outs" with the Liberal party A, L. Warner 0( Dulut.M, Is In the city. Mrs. C, ,f, Eckstornt hns, returned from Seattle. C\ F. Morris lies located his offices In th- Oliver block, Mr, and Mrs, Leffln;;well of Warner spent Sunday In the city. E, C. Bfclnos of the local elevator, will buy grain at Cardston, Y. S. Shepard aad C. A. Shepard came down from Calgary last night. E. D. Fret*nun, of Fretfnan, Oat., is the guest of his daughter* Mrs. W. A. liuchAain. It -is Raid that the C.P.It. will put on a direct train service between here and Calgary In the spring Geo. Mitchell, a ulork in Hl-gHn-botham's drug store, had his am broken through a barrel of bottles falling against him. On Felt. 14 at the ranch house, Hound -Lake, Joseph Martin Davis and Jennie .Florence Arnold were married by Itev. Walker of Maclcod. Charles Douglas, the young Scotch man who was killed In a snowsllde at Coal Crock, according to the Fertile Ledger, lived for a time in Loth- Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand, Prices guaranteed. Call aad tea our staples, All papers shown, carried in stock-no aipreaf to purr-no waiting for goods, Baby Carriages We huve just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in tho rood work, and elegantly upholstered, For sale only by J. D. Hitfnbotham & Co. Family and Dispensing Ohainiste LETHBRIDGE. 17. Fitzgerald, late of the Mounted Police, is now associated with tho T.E. Pat tenon agency. 0. 1). Austin, with his mother ami sister, are living in tho house lately occupied by W. C. Liphardt. J. H. Evers of Chinook, Mont., bought eight sections of land south of Tabor through lltitoh & Coons. 1. M. Pierce sold his residence at the corner of llompas and Smith Streets to Jos. Young, tho snoop rancher. Mrs. Hamilton of Okoloks, Is in the city, tho guest of hert brother. J. risk und is incidi ntully investing in real estate. A case of smallpox in the Weiit-worth Hotel at Cranbrook caused forty guqfrts in 111,' hotel to quarintltu-d. W. P. Malone, manager of the XorllH-rn Dank at Macleod. is in ihe city. Howard Douglas, superintendent of tho National Park at llanff is in th-city. Ilobl. Mclennan, of tho Warehouse | i'olu.-f has entered into iwrtnership , ||. slaff of th:> Northwest Jobbing Co. 'with C.I'. Harris of Macleod, in tho at ' bus entered lb.- service of the C.P.It. real t-stute They will have, for some time, has returned ,to the ,,..�,, ,, ... oirtces hero aud at Macleod. 'ranks aga'n and will conU�1 Killar- Hatih & Coons sold a thirty ucr? , .. , .,. . , trail south east of th, city to V - ,lw �r *r- Anderson, .noj- as a Liberal candidate for tho 8. Hh.'pard for subdivision purposes 'm-nagcr of lh8 Union IJank at F^l- Manitoba government. inonton and Miss Dora Oliver, daugh | The en^agemont . of Miss Helen I'hore niv two cases of measles in I lor o( Uon Frank oilw, minister j (Lena) Mae 6'Neil, daughter of The supposed case of small Iof iaU.ri0r, will take place at i Mnijor and Mrs. J. K. O'Nell. the city. pox in itns family tuin.d out to inensli-s Ottawa on June Sth. of 1 Point Fjdwurd and sister of Mrs. It. Itev. F. E. Cory was in town last A- Wright. Lcthbrklge. to John Itobt. Kox. Calgary's sanitary in-tWeek. He reports some suffering am- ! Huntington Maclean, of Calgary, is s|h-itur. was in the city this week. |tng the settlers In his district, but 1 unnounctd, \hi wsddtag to take place J at lht> residence of tile brklo's sister, iMis. E. C. Drake, Medicine Hat, !AII*rta on Feb. 20. ! - lie has madeextonsiv,. purchases blanks especially of the Huntsville ii'ni estate. community as a thrifty, we'.l-housed und well to do settlement. Mrs. Hyslop, W.C.T.f. organizer for All�?rlA, will deliver an addross Hilly H.'linll'.s viiudevil.i; show, np-learetl nt the opera hou^> three nights lust week nnd gave good sal isfactii n. I at 7.H0 pin. to-night, previous to A post olllce his been esta'bllslkHl jthe regular evangelistic service, and ut Warner with J as Thompson as tomorrow afternoon will address the poslm ts'.er. Mails "ill In1 sent there.,chlVdivn at 4 o'clock. Itoth mwt -threa times u week. ' I tigs in W.-sIcy Church. Tlw Knights of Pythias celebrated | Hugh Scott, Ovo. Kerr, J.11. Fleet-thoir forty third ann'versary on (wood. J. D. HtginUHham, T. Mc- Tucsday. AI Lena will haw agrandlNa.b, Dr. Stewart �nd R. Sage a. 1 . _ . . . . . i i , ,, . , , L � . iu , . , , . numerous as might have been hoped lodg.' very soon as subordinate lod- toiidoJ tho grand lodge of tho Ma- 1 A New Year Rcvetaticn it will l>c to you If you look atsonte of our motlcl bathrooms where wa Imvo put ih tubs, washstands, show* ers and other llxturcs and facilities tor cleanliness and comfort. We make the luxury of bathing a necessity and an everyday delight at little cost. Ask us how little. C. W; t THE SEED FAIR A Synoptit of the Points Made by Spcaktrt. Although tlio exhibits wer? not as, W. H. Sharp of Plnchor Creek, has ges are iM'ing organized at �-*t "ore next year. Dr. Mcwburn has been confined to has issued n writ for $ 1,20ft against Ltthbridgo friends learned with his bed this week, suffering from the Lethhridge Woollen Co. Ho much regret this week Unit J. Kirk- bloodpoisoning. J. \\. Martin. Dominion Uuiil Office Inspector, has been in the city most of the week. W.I1. Ireland, a well known Iiran -don contractor, is visiting his brother-in-law, D. A. Smith. W. A. Aubin hns bought the cement block plant of Doro and Allon nod will removo it to l^innce. tius Noidig is now in charge of the bowl n^ alley and shooting gallery in the l/asoinetit of Oliver's block). The Chinese observed their New-Year In lively style. Fireworks cut a big figure in th-'lr celebrations. Within tha lost week or two. I.M. Pierce, has sent lo theloan company at Vancouver, which he rap resents, be 1 applications lor loans for new bni'd-I in^s to tho extent of $12,000. claims this amount for commissions Patrick, formerly C.P.It. agent here iary is Ksl.-lle lloiick ion duties von- 878. A cable despatch j for, still tlie quality was good. ! At tho lectures in tha afternoon, the audience wus made up. entirely of farmers. On account of the very' muddy condition of the roads, many settlers, who had planned to come in were unable to do so. Some of the homesteaders north of the riven, who started early in tho morning moss to bo in good time wore unable to reach town till after the speak -in� had finished in the afternoon. Tho first address was by Mr. Arch. Mitchell, Chief Weed Inspector, Edmonton, his subject was "Kradioa-tii n and control of weeds." Mr. Real Estate and Insurance in gut-ling out plans and spcciflca - j hod suffered a heavy loss by Are. lions. | His house, store, stock and books The estate of the late Jos Koyes were lost and tho family only cs-has been entered for probate. It caped in their night clothes, consists of his Kuril St. property j Kemplon McKim. president of the valued at $0,000. The chief boniflc- j Winnipeg Trades and Labor Council . Th� success- ] has be.�n nominated as the labor i cundidato for tho lA*gislntuiv for from Dublin, I Wc**l Winnipeg. Mr. McKim has vis-Ireland, announces th� safe arrival j Lethbridgc on several occasions ! Mitchell spoke for noarly an hour in > via. Empress of Hritain of Mr. undjftnd is known to labor men! his usual earnost, convincing awl' Mrs. A. 1-:. Moore ami Miss Mona here. 'vary interesting manner. He went'. Moore, n ne the worse for their voy-j Amongst lAose who were success - ! over the list of noxious weeds ago across tho Atlantic. ful nt thj Normal school examina - j spend n^ much time on tho ones Th? C. it. Bowman agoncy reports Hons ut Calgary wore 11. F. Keillor, which are most apt to give trouble the sale of nine acres in ths North j Haymowl; Amy T. Hammer. Mary ! in our end of tho province. He had; Ward for sulKlivisloii. uml seven lots'A. Hurkcr. Z�julon W. Jacobs. Jar- botanical siwcIiiimm of Ihwio pUints. on Iteli.ntli, east of Westminster |�d A. Mercer. DeVoe Woolf. Orilla each siwcial being passed through Hoad. Sidney Jarkpon has purchus- j Wooli and Zlna Woolf of Cardston J tho audience as he was dealing with" ed an aero in the southoasi end of and Mngrath. ;it. He alsw exhibited vials of muds the city. i A car ol blood horses for A. 8 I of the various weeds V'JPI�!P'J1^PloTo;o:o;oTo:o:oTo LOOK OUT FOR G. H* Johnstons FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. I Uowman. who recently came 'here ; from Kentucky, arrived in the city NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED P. D. CORSETS Newest Styles All prices, from 1.25 to 7.00 per pair. These have taken Gold Medala and Diplomas wherever exhibited for a good many years past. We have great confidence in recommending this line to our customers. B.& I. Corsets, Newest Models, all sizes Ladies' Hosiery in great variety. Lisle in Black j Grev and Blue, also in opera length, Black Silk and Bilk Plated. Embroidered Cashmere and Plain Cashmere iu all sizes, including an extra width. SPECIAL-25 dozen Black Cashmere, sizes 8i 0, Of 10, seamleas, spliced feet and heels. Bemarkuble valuo at 25c. Children's Ribbed Hose in all size*. WHITEWEAR, Some Special Values Ladies' Corset Covers, Chemises and Drawers, from 25c. each. Gowns and Skirts, from 50o. each. These goods will be found up-stairs, on first floor. Telephone 93. Pro npl Delivery. The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. Mr. Mitchell also spent some time in pointing out �ho most rational l�.t'woek."Tne>".re^r tho stock! modes �' keep'B* th� ***** �nder | Mustard s, wis nr(, control. Taken as a whole, his ud- are �.-ldom crushed m musti.uiion. dross was extremely practical and ,,r for ibut matter, un- tln'.x often jus.d to cultivnle th.> land was clean. small that tlv\ farm he is starting south of Chin Coulee. Mr. Ilowman will have his recently acquired property ftUUxl up in tho most modern style. Kdmonton Journal: Among some I of the players recently signed by Deacon White (or tho Kdmonton base ball team for 1007 are Kid Ford, carchor, Now York (limits; Charles Crist, pitcher. ICdmonton; Ueorge Wooslor, short stop, Ogxkii, I'Uwh; Thomas Taylor, short stop, Ottawa, Out. The Hnyinond Chronicle says: Word comes to K. S. Martin from A. E. Mooro that ho has been detained at Montreal thought the sickness of his wife and child, both of whom have been in the hospital. Mr. Moore expected to be aga-in on his way toward Ireland tho early part of this month. W. A. Aubin, of I ho Helianco mine, says thut the suni of 975,000 has been appropriated to tie spent this season, in mine development, tho installation ol valor and electric light systems, power house and tho -building of a village of houses. The water works, whicn will boforboth town and mine, will provide 300,000 gallons dally, pumped by electricity from tho river throe miles away. Y. R. Rhspard, tho Calgary real estate mam, opened his Lolhbridge office last week. Jt is temporarily located in the shop of the IjPtMx-idge SaddJrry Co. and Mr. Omar Mack -lent, of the Calgary offlco, is in charge. Mr. Shepard has invested in a lot more Lethhridge property and he promises to make thlngtt hunvhere this summer- He will bring down an automobile and show buyers all Mm hast real estate suaps. will lie. the means of dotag much I broken whn tlu in fur uliiilfu at least mi u siuull srtiU'. 'I'li.-lusl sacaki-r of ihe day was a Rot hoW and our farms will beiM|. w Mi-KillU-uiv. MU-rta ltcp-liko the weedy (arms so much in iresentlllHo i)011,ini,n seed Itram-h. evidence fh the older parts of Mom - Jllj8 mUivCl |H.ill(|.  � rii�. piw.-iition toba and inn Dakotus. (oI s,,m." K.f0,v iK>giunin� mi Id* ^T^ biilijiHt Air. MvKiliicitii sliiti-.l that The second address wan by Mr ; jIC w lsl�-1 to i-(lii>pliiiu.'iit Un- t-xlub-Thos. H. Wobtford of Cardston on j uor ,,,) tho i.uuliiy of llk-ir exhibits Seed selecting and importumo of Un,| ,,ii tlioir freeilniii from weed tvotl gooxl. Kor as was broun|>t out in the discussion, half the battle is to know tha enemy. For the pretty little blue or yellow or white flowers look so innocent and harmless ft ben the llrst one or two ap|Nsir in the (once corners or. luiwd-tanJs. Hut woe to tho farmer who docs not rccogni/e the wloked little intruder at first sight, for once lit thent got good seed." Mr. Woolford's tulk was listened  to with particular attention. For as is well known lu'� held shortly at F.diuonWili. i Mr. McKillican also drew utteiitiun to the fact that thaw was nou- in operation at Calgary u s�>il testing laboratory, where uny farnwr may havu.s oil tested free for purity that is freedom from weed surds, etc., and also, for germination. Ihi drew particular attention to the importance of having grass anil clover seed tested. In speaking of siuut Mr. McKillican gav? tho life history of tho lilt la parasitn, and spoke in general terms of tho importance of treating for tho same. Ho said ilml owing to �tiw diilicully in killing all tho genus especially when the smut balls wore present, it was a wise practice lo select fco.d as free irouu smut as possible and to trout every year, wlieth-tr smut was present or not, In this way it, was possible to Weep it in subjection At the close of Um ad- TENDERS. Tenders will to received until March li. 1907, far tlw following delivered un the site of the El Kaon Milling & ICIovatur Co., corner of Ford and Westminster Streets, , Lethbridge, AlLerla' '.. CenK�nt, saml. and gravel to bo [d.t'iveied as re .uiivd during March and April. :i.'iU iiijU. goixl cetHent. 175 yards good clean, sharp sand. U35 yards good,, clean gravel. 200 square Medium galvanueod Manltota siding. 118 square Mfdiunt painted Bast-Ijko shingles. . , 100 kegs nails, 8" 3" 4*' ft" 6" Temlers will also bo received (or tho excavating of foundation walls, 2 to 8 foot deep for building 138x46 reel and building 40x40. 'IVndors, will be rocelved for the laying of 000 fivt perch of foundation walls with cement walls average 2' fl"x4' and 8' high or 5' under ground and 3' above tlte (round, ;j� T:� rleht is rostv�i to reject- anyi or all bids. AxMreas ' - S UlCOUGE W. QRREN, Raymond, AUtajr^ ;