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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta iliiiiiiiilii Our Ladies* Tempting Bargains in our Ready-to-Wear Section Ready-to-Wear Department is tremendously stocked with the very choicest and newest goods of Canada's best makers. No matter how your taste inay incline we have the goods which can't fail to please you. Ladies Muslin Blouses. Special 50c Made of good quality, white lawn tritumed with nice lace insertion down the fi-ont, as neat a blouse as you often pay 75c to 1.00 for, while Ibey last. Special Ladies Muslin Blouses. Special 1.75 Made of fine quality white lawn, trimmed with an all-over enbroidered front, and fine pin tucks, sleeve finished with fine lace, all sizes. Special l-TS Lovely silk shirt-waist suits, special 22.50 Made of extra good quality black teffetta silk, some trimmed with all-over lace and others with fine val lace, all beautiful gaiments. Special 22.50 5.00 for Tailored Skirts worth 7.00 Splendid quality fine finish Pannnia cloth in black and navy nnd fancy mixed tweeds in light and medium colors, all mado in extra full swerp, pleated styles, trimiiied with stitching, strapping and buttons. Special price 5.00 4.00 for Ladies' Wash Suits worth 5.00 Made of splendid quality plain Chambrays and fine checked Ginghams in colors �navy, grey, white and black, in shirt waist and peter-pun [styles, iizes 32 to 40, special 4.00 , Specially Priced Raincoats These serviceable coats come in three-quarter length, made of medinni weight, good wearing cravenstte in full box style, colors fawn and gr�y, special lO.tO How W JS/[2^ Buy $50 Land for $ 15 You can do it. I can sell it to you! 100,000 acres to select from, if you buy from me. I have some snaps in town property. A sure way to make money HIY WHEN LOW. SaLiMIENHKH W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Boom 1; Sovlbanl Block, Phone 122 lETHBBIDGE, ALTA, ^ /Hamilton, gave an; aft-|/�ter*ljon^*�i;yAii(trday honor' jol, A,. Ayotta and Michel Fablo ^wfao sold : tlw M)uffalo to the Dominion ObvcrninenC/v wont through ihie' v.Oi%-on tlieii' Wa/.' Thoii' herd was sately |l�fhton Mi4 th� iliAftrt. At the request of ttje ofllcials of tho local miner".") _umon, lUsv. J. E. llughspn, the. retiring. iMuitor ot Wesley . X'hurch, attended their; meeting nnd g�vc a shert.address. Although ^n|iWArc, of thi^.a^cKiiiitioM.- r when he accepted the invitation, it wa.s fftting that Mr. ilughson should take a hand in the meeting that brought ft ftnal sottlcincnt of Ihontine workers' ., troubles iii ' Ix^hbrMgc., Pnjs. siicriKdn introducpU Mr.,Jt^gli^: flon t9 the ihciotlnff ini,a brief ;cer that progress nuist l)c made 8t�p by step, and that in all such matters there mu�t be a mutual spirit of give and take. He was sorry to leave Alberta, but he wmuld - follow the course of tltc labor question in the west with tlic greatest' interest and he wished them peace nnd pros-|)enty. �.. . IVte'r l^attersoh replied In^a neat peech in which he 9xpro88er his future success. A votie of thanks was passed unanimously'. Jolui KcAAy Appoiattd. : John Kenny, who hao ;heon Collec-^ tor;'of Customs in -LoihbridgD for a nuriAer of years has rvcelycd the ap-polnti'nent - of ^ Inspoctur of/Customs for Allierto. His hoadquartoro will r^obably be at Calgary. The appoint ueiit tnk�s eject at once. ,iMiAL k^'cat^.mMen; dowk and In n most sliieCta6Ulai' game played last ni^ht, the lifsebair representa -tivfs of thVi, ascension. [-Mnclooil on-fli^ond^ii^(ie an enviable 'i4.-ecorci of ii^^in3ept:\iig> a single'one (if 17 chani^'^Vh^jLtJIiK! official score giveis ijiin sik;>^$: len^^ G ilrtions luidvtliQ :ple�t intoroMiifg. Tffe counter jumpers did not nm\A: themselves noticeable except for their Imll-playing proclivi -ties. Umpire Humphries was fully prc|>ar(}d for all emergencies andcame out of the game with few foi-get-me-uots. The game ns a whole is the baseball feature of tho season. The reu; t�tate m�n had rod in their eyo J but no given; in their pockets as u rosuH. Mora Hoaiett�ftdt Takcial. I'he niiiiilicr of iioincvteads applied for during May lj|>07, was 225. For the saino month i^t year it was liift | and 21'J in May |l905. TIks Uttlo , now and liow If^and districts re ceived the greatest number of homis itCaders. '~ Crp9 lyotpMreU. Shcrih Young and It. W. Pilling, who have been^all over tho south country dui-lng the, last few days say that the crops are looking splendid. They brought with them' 8am{>lcs of xyinter . rye,, twentyrKiX; inches high th-car. 'file crop of hay is first class, wild hny will be, lit to cut by tho fifteenth of tho moiith; Farmers are putting In large areas of potatoes thih year. riSNDERS. 'Temlors will'tie received up to. 12 h'clock, noon,ii^t�jne 17th. 1907. by the undersignpd^^for the ei�ction of Stoiwhtiuso/^iVnifi'" Sheds at Materlill Yard, fMans.j|h�l 8p�m:iflcationH .may be Hi>en Ht n(llce of City Engineer. C.~M. ARNOLD. City Engineer. Leihbridgo, June (i. 1907; 6-ia � . %-> � � .. - A LOCAL BUDGET. Seveirty-fixo tickets were sold for the summer conference excursion to Sait Ijiko City. ttniioiinccment has been received with great interest that Mr. Charles Mnir, the Western poet and author, will shortly resign his position as T>omiinion immigration agent at Lc'thbridge, and take up his' rcsi-dortce in; Edinuiiton, where ho will undortako the pi-eparaticn of a his-tor.v of Westieri) Canada. Such a work would-fio; of inestimablej valiio and there, is ho cne else who ha.s anything like Mr. Mair's qualiflcat -ions for the task. Ha has spent tho greator part of a career, fascinating in interest, iu Western Canada, and has done a Very largo share in bringing it to its present enviable position. As a litorur.y worker he has never received the recognition vhicli who have read and enjoyed hi.s poetry nnd |.>rose lieiievo is duo liim. -Edmonton Saturday News. In reply to tho Herald's iwiuiry concerning tho occuracy of the above paragraph. Mi*. Mair said that the iivoution of -his writing a history of Wrn Canada is practically correct as ho has such an uiidortakins in mind but he would not deem it neccs-sttii' to go to Edmonton to do so although the old timers up there had urgcil that he should. Ho would rathor go to fM;tnwa where tho docu-moivts are available. Mr. Mair has no intention of resigning his position his po.sition here as immigration agent. .1. O. Stewart, general agent for 'riie (irenter Morris nnd Uowo Circus :s in the city to-dny making ar-rungeiiionts for the coining of the Circus to I,othbridgo on Saturday, .liino 22. Since last season tho show has grwtly enlargecr announcing the date. Tvo ntoutlicrs of..the steel ganK. iJickio and 1{. (Jruon had a low-down dog-figtit on tho public square fuusday iiiorniiig. Chief Paery nabh-ml thcni bcl.h. One paid a -V and costs and the other the co�ts of the court. t)n Monday evening, June 17th, a chapter of Ituyal Arch Masonry will Ui installed by R. E. Comfi. Rankin of CiilKiary, (iraiMl Supt.' of tho District. Ilrethren of the; craft; will Imi welconnd, and aro itMiucstod to bring with thoiii their certitlcatcs from Oraiid Chapter. It ^wofild -also Ijo a convenience if such brcthrokb would noti,y Comp. Ocorgo WhelMfl in ad-vaniw 01 their intention to be pros -ont, �  THE new "Queen Qiulity" stylet are unmiiUkabiy rittocratk ahoe*. You iniUndy noli In M of quality about ihem. They ait ike vogue tvilb womeii pwticuUr M to dyle. But correct faihNm itcdy the iMmning U Mtkractioa in "Queen Quality" Shoes, They 9^^�. fortable from the int. becauM they (it the foot at  Pirit-made glove fits the hand. We want you to tee ike new^ttylet we are now iho wing at $3.00 and $3.50. FRED GOW & CO. /iho concert thot was to Iw given by / the Teinpcraiicc ami Moral Reform Licngue to-night has lieon pos't-[Kinoii iiidtiniiiteliV. R. P. Ilaltden's chalTeur got up too much spei>