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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Ed. MoKoit/ie the dairyman, purchased I ho Harris farm, has and C, M. Arnold tho new appointed city engineer, arrived Tuesday night. Mrs. J. J. Johnston will not receive tomorrow* Friday, March 1st. W. H .Hill and wlf. of the Little j Slr.-1, your ls.ue of ih. Mth Dow roturnod thl. week from a trlji jnf)l| your conUtned tt to Mexico. OUR LETTER BOX. lethbridge, Fobf 20, J 907. To the Kditor of the Herald. A shipment of Curtains nnd Muslins pissed hito stotk (o t!ny. N� w rtainty designs in n good nulgo of pricus .................................1.00, 1.50, 2.0fl, 2.50, 8.00 nfid'4.00 per pnir W. ('. Simmon* uddressod the 'Canadian Club at Edmonton on Monday Inst on CnplLnl and Labor. The C I\ It and the Alberta railway hiv now operating their freight business tit the new freight sheds. J, W. Hawden has taken out a i>er mil for u reslduticu on Olyn Street, and Fred flick for one on Crabbe Frilled Window Muslins Spots and figures. niarkc d dose, to sell at 20c 25c. and 30c. per yaid. LclCGS ^uings, Ttwwrtiona and Allovtra. All new and splendid vnltio. i j lb. -. j ficer, �' most prove* Harrow, provincial health of-lvports that smallpox is til-wholly stamped out In South- RiblDOnS **mv^ lwro Tuffett* Ribbons, worth regular 2*V. our priee pur yd. |5Ct See the Range of Dress Goods \V� are showing at 50c and GOc per yard, all�now stock. A r A la !ern AlUertu. Jos. Rrowtt. who formerly con-ducted a chicken ranch to the south j of the city, is .going to locate at the !nev- city of Prince Rupert. ^ K. .1. Took, of the'Eden Ucst 1'oul-iry Farm leaves on Tuesday next to exhibit some of his prizewinnirig !fowl at the Edmonton Poultry show. 1 Miss Lane of Toronto, dressmaker, for the Hudson's Hay Co., arrives here the first week In March. Mh JLune's credentials are very satlsfac- lettcr 27 Hues in length from Messrs. Hchofleld & Co., Vancouver, to the writer, asking why alotter addressed H. Sajoal post office from Nov. ymii. ]j;oo to Feb. 7, 1907, and ihuu have been returned to Van* cou^er, without the only public laud-m sh niun of thut surimuu* having jbi-en given uii opportunity to (property in the letter. Hy "request" you, ' Mr. Editor, subjoined a commentary of 17 lines on the "long" letter of Messrs. ! MchfjtiVId, a commentary of "more-o\n*h" mitl "furthermores" In no any hearing on the question asked. The MU K. A. Shurman. l'u|k*r hange Calgary Herald: Jack Morrison, nutnager and captain of the thainpion Arihtucrats of Catumct last season, who htiH bt*en engaged to captain I lie Ix'thhridge team of the new Western Cimudu league for the coming season is still after Hill Mutter, tin- catch'*!*, who helped Calumet take the pennant; Lxjuhy* another Cabimet catcher, and Ned Rodgers, who twirled for the Hancock and It will be to you if yon look at so of our model bathrooms wa�r� wa have put \tj tubs, washatands,. showers and other fixture* and laeillUta for cleanliness and comfort. Wa maka tbe luxury of bathing a naeaaeUy and an everyday daligfet at little cost. Ask us how Utile on work Culunvl teams last year. Manager Morrison desires to start ; the Lrthbridge team off nt Kacrosse, Wis. He plans games with the team of city on April 27 and 28. itinerary then runs, Winonn, Wis., April 4 and Charles, Minn.. May 7; Fairbault, Minn., May 12. C. W. GRAY 5; St. LOCAL BUDGET. J. D. Higinbothim & Ct. Femily and Dispensing Cbemtsta LETH BRIDGE. I K. Keys nnd uifo have returned from their trip to the coast. F.akin and MatthewM have purelumed an automobile; also il. U. Vroo-man. J'he Klks are retpiesUHl (o mod ut their lodge room oU Sunday after-' noon. \\\ C. Ives muvvil into his new new residence, south of the barracks, hist week. Mrs. Humphries was able to leavo tho hospital this week and return to her homo. Mr, Peacock la orcctiug a very proity little residenco in the southern part of the city. *\ report that a ileal was on for tho'purchase of the I^uthbrtdgo hotel, is vigorously doniwl by Manager JLouis l'abst. C. IS. livwmntt hu� purchased from tho agents in Witmi|Mig a ir siiiiic liir/.* on the Little How ami is well known to many of the old Timers. We wish him every successin his ne\* vocation. W. S. Sherd of Northtleld. .Minn, who was in town for over a week returned to his home last Frida>. but ex|s�c*.s to le buck here at the ' end of next month with his family. | Mr. Sherd purchased DOO acres of the Silver farm last fall and wilt work It this year. Me it.formed the Herald that Mr. Johnson. who bought the remainder of the farm, \ will also coiiv* up with his family. a u. I). Austin was the author of w-r.v well written and interesting article on the Lethbrldge coul mines which up[>earod In the last issue of t he Canadian Courier. Accompanying it were two page wide Ulustnit-ions. one of No. :) shaft and the other of I he business portion of the There v\as also a column wide view of the Colon Station. IaxkI week the girls o^ standard VI and \ lc rc-organtz.ed their basket bail club, with tbe result that the d liowing officers were elected: Hon. Pres.. Miss Newton; Pres.. Uertie Stafford. \ ice-Pres., ' Nellie I la lily; Secrctar>. !*oru Nimmonu; treasurer, Jessie Conn. Committee. Winn if red -Hyssop, (?ook, Valeria Crofts, - . , , ^ 4| j Minnie Slacrduugh, Oretta Link. Mr. Sherd has great faith In South- ern Alberta and believes it has a. fil�� painter, who has groat future before it. j opened a shop on Round street, next to tho S. V barracks has just turned About a year ago Toronto Snlur-,out a lirst-class piece of work in oil Sight pussed Into new hands, puintiug, representing n MonisMM. l^ethbriilge'M baseball manager, has signed "Rabbit" Fooler, the well known,Fargo outfielder ( whose fielding average last year was mner has his lenm almost compteto und (eight contracts have already been i-i-cel\ed. They ure: ; Ueo. llatlls, left hand plt�:h v; ,f leel 11 inches in height, and a graduate of the Sottih/r.i league, i Albert Howe, pitcher. 0 feet il from the Queen City League. Kd. Hurtnuin. spit-ball pitcher, sl\ ; fwl In height. Queen City lx�ague. He was highly recommeiuttHl by i Hill _ Hill formerly of the *t. l.-.-rs I Hrowns and Cincinnati I teds. J. Henny, catcher, (S feet in height, i \ irgitda Stute lxuigue. Itenny Is a star of the first water, .and was eagerly sought by a numlM�r of mano  gers. Ho was manager last year of the Ranvilie Club in the Virginia \ State League, and caught all the : games. NiertitheiusT saw him perform and grabbed him ns a prize. ^ IJ. Jtally, 3rd busemj\n, 5 feet 7 League, outflebier, ft feet P LOOK OUT FOR In ca aido Stroet West, Toronto. ague, hn sen inn, 5 feet 11 lantic league. C. J. Limbvoy, 1st baseman, n feet a inches. Columbus, Ohio. T. lOakin, the popular cashier } Manager Neirstheimer has gone A.It. & I. Co. and Win. Mat- 'down to Columbus, Ohio, to secure I-Jl w - is eye and of our exchanges, the new manage - j under wu,\, which represents an ment has made good, and Saturday dum shooting a mountain lion. Klght is in a elass by itself in Can- , John y Kuk|n t|w po|mInr rfl#(h| a*la. Any of our readers can get a : 0f tju free sample copy by sending a pos-UloWH^ nMtisiluU ftCCOuntant of A.R.'several more men. and then (o Ul �* K Vih 111 lh0 �mwB of thojretueburg, Ind.. where he has n H��"c company entered into the roal Ion Kerr, a spit ball pitcher Johnston FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. jeatnto business this week under tho ;highly recommended, 'firm nnino of Eakin & Matt hows, j 'llio contracts of Red Perry and They will have their offices in iho;Hrownie MrClain are l�eing secured, quarters at present occupied by the i Then* will bo about 20 players sign COALIMLE NEWS JUST RECEIVED Klectric Light Co. Hoth gentlemen are well known and highly esteemed in tho city. They have lots . M-jorgy and art* sure to build up A i |� business. A despatch ed, of which about 12 will be carried. SCHOOL FIRE DRILL. from Amherst, N. S, j on Friday last tho mombers of the The death of Mrs. Jane Pipes j local hoard of education vU- tho P. D. CORSETS Newest Styles All prices, from 125 to 7.00 per jmir. These have token Gold Medals and Diplomas wherever exhibited for a good many yesrs pest. We have great confidence in teeomincuding this line to our customers* B.& I.Corsets, Newest Models,all sizes t Ladies'Hosiery in great variety. Lisle in Black, Grey end Blue, also in opera length, Black Silk and Bilk Plated, Embroidered Ceshtuere and Plain Cashmere in all sizes, including an extra width. SPECIAL-25 dozen Black Cashmere, sizes 8\% 9,9ft, 10, seamless, spliced feet and heels. Remarkable value at 25c, Children's Ribbed Hose in all sizes. WHITEWEAR, Some Special Values Ladies* Corset Covers, Chemist* and Drawers, from 85c. each. Gowns and Skirts, from 50o. eaoh. - * These goods will be found up-stairs, on iiist floor. says: relict of tho late C. Richard Pipes, the first warden of the municipality of Cumberland, occurred at the resi- tted the central school to see pupils there in u fire drill. Unexpectedly the alarm wus sounded and donee of her son. J. McCully Pipes, j inside of thirty seconds everyone of at the ago of 75 years. She leaves five daughters and two sons. The daughters are Mrs. Wm. Ripley, Mac-can; Mrs. Thos, Lawreuco, Nap-pan; Mrs. Carter, Miss Augusta and j Miss Helle at homo. Tho Hons aro I Rrown, Lethbridge, Alta.; and .1. ' McCully, mcrchuut ut Nappnn Station. is a Telephone 33. Prompt Delivery. Mrs. Frank Mack, of Amherst niece of the deceased. i | The Edmonton ilulletin says: Mrs. i j McCaig was tho hostess at a large | and enjoyable tea on Saturday after-; noon. Mrs. McCaig who was assisted , in receiving by Mrs. McQueen and Miss Jmm McCaig. wore a pretty j gown of champuigno voile with dain , ly blonde lace triiumiuKs- Miss Mo-| Caig was prettily g�wm*d in while j organdie. In the tea-room Mrs-Ferris and Mrs. K. W. McKenszie presided at tho tea-table which was ; artistically decorated with daffodils the three hundred and twenty-five pupils aen� outside the doors and in (five seconds more ult were clear of the building and any possible danger. The trustees were well pleased with the speed and order of the pupils, which reflects considerable credit on Principal Hamilton's efforts in this most important matter K V A X f 3 ELI ST IC S'E! t VICKS. Thursday evening, subject, "Judas 1 sea riot Defended." Friday evening, special address to young people. Everybody" welcome. Sunday, 11 a.m., Vniou Services in-Wesley Church. 2 p.m., Mass meet  lug of Sunday School scholars in the Ruplist Tabernacle. H p.m., lecture in W,n Fraser served the ices for u time, boing relieved by Mrs. tfu Queen when she passed on to unothcr tea. Miss Margaret Clarke, Miss , Streight and Miss MoCauley assisted in serving ths refreshments. We had Young Men's parlor of the Wesley 11'ftst week such JoveJ.v weather the and everyone went ma i j'erson or persons of whoseclaim ; the siid executor shall not then have had notice. Paled at lethbridge this 25th day u. J� Whitney and W. C. Ives disposed of another forty acre tract for subdivision purposes to Calgary parties this week. H'-o. Peat. .>f petrolea. 001. who has the contract for gas boriof ar- rivod in the city this woek, fhf machinery has not arrived yet, * but--as eoon as it does work will be-me need. "l_L" ^. 4 - ;