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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Tempting Bargains in our Ready-to-Wear Section Our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department is tremendously stocked with the very choicest and newest goods of Canada's best makers. No matter how your taste may incline we have the goods which can't fail to please you. . Ladies Muslin Blouses. Special 50c Made of good quality, white lawn trimmed with nice lace insertion down the front, ns ncnt a blouse ns you often pay 75c to 1.00 for, while they last, Special oOo. Ladies Muslin Blouses. Special 1.75 Made of fine quality white lawn^ trimmed with an all-over oubroidered frout, and fine pin tucks, sleeve finished with fine lace, all sizes. Special 1.75 Lovely silk shirt-waist suits, special 22.50 Made of extra good quality black iaffetta silk, some trimmed with all-over lace and others with fine val lace, all beautiful garments. Special 22.50 5.00 for Tailored Skirts worth 7.00 Splendid quality fine finish Panama cloth in black and navy and fancy mixed tweeds in light and medium colors, all made in extra full sweep, pleated styles, trimmed 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 line checked Ginghams in colors navy, grey, white aiid black, in shirt waist and peter-pan [styles; sizes 32 to 40, special 4.00 Specially Priced Raincoats These serviceable coats come in three-quarter length, made of medium weight, good weariug cravenstte in full box style, colors fawn and gray, special 10.C0 How to Make Money -------.........i. . . . ^--.........-� > � � -...... 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 BUY WHEN LOW. SELL 'WHEN HIGH W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1, Southard Block, .- Plicae \tl r% LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, _\______ June Weddings. MeC A U U-LAN CI. A Very quiet wedding took place lust Friday, when Joseph AlcCnlie f hid lns|>eellon of the mines, tin- Mugrulh public Kt'houl Ntnff. mill .Mr. Henthcote admitted that tin. drinking of liquor alTocled the ncrvw anil will power of miner* and uuidi* them reckless. Hi- did not think it vn* possible to hnv siilllciont iiiH|mk-lion to prevent nil incidents. Mr Ileathcoie nindi' HOiiMt sugge.s-tWitm us to clumges In'the mining regulations. Ilr> thought tho nnnili.'r | of hours Ijo.vh could work should be Htatil. That squlbliorlng should not II.. denied that ho notified o,vr.i - j ,,,,.,.,, Umt ||)} ^ lMMM ^ later taught at Lohi ami near Clares I tan. when ho purposed impeding a fl|w| t|m.�,. II.. Raysithoy navr know any- j|lou.m w ,,, M,m, ftp, not even the Intimate friends being "�'>�. �'�.ut his vislu until ho Is , l|w ^ ui,hm ^ aware of it until the ceremony |"�l�t on tho spot. ln um anything^ t>xnium0(| n|M| tho m. . Imvii performed. ATCHISON- McKAY. At half past eight on Wednesday evening at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. 1�. (I. McKay, tho Nov. Chas. McKlllop of ljelhhridgo |ier  formed 'the ceremony which unit -*d in marriage, W. .1. Atchison of Crnnlirouk. II.C*.. ami Miss Chrissio McKay one of IjHhhridge's must popular young lades. Only'a few of tho immediate friends were pn'sont. The wedding gifts were numerous and lieauliful and included a elioqiie for $100 from tho Arm of IW'attie and Atchison of Cranbrook of which firm the groom is a memlier and a sterling silver.lea service from a uuuthor of tho Lethbrldge IncroBso boyn The hride was charmingly gowned in biscuit colored silk trimmed with white chiilon. Her going away dross was of hluo lady's cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Atchison left last night for Montana. Tliey will be m home in Crnnlirouk, H.C , after .Inly 14. The hride lias been one of Jjeth  bridge's most popular young, ladies. hitp!�ns in a mine to prove that it' ing. lie approved of miners having Ik dangerous therojs � pit commit- wHflcillwl. A mln01. ,,,,,,, ,,,. to,., appointed by tho men. to mspe-t vo mo)il|)R and they can report to the Inspector ! M who will consider their recommend.!- ! lions. o.x|>erlence at the ire being exnmine'l. should also speak Kuglish, in r- dor that ho could fully understand the orders of the bosses. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mr. Ile.ithcoto inspects every mine in his (listricL once every two intmlhs and he takes from two to four and live days ins|K'cting cmJi mine. He ulh'i iuvemigated all accWt^its and attended nil inquests, and saidthoro was enough wcrk in the district for two men. He dhl not think any ben-1 f'.�lRnr.v and lethbridge play hnso eftt wnuM result from posting a copy ''"N to-mght nt tho Athlrtic I'urk. of a report of a mine, which often K. N. and Mrs. Iliginbothnm loft ran us high as eight ^lagvs. lie would this morning for h fortnight's holi-l*) filing to All in a printed form, 'day at llanlT. as in lliitlsh CulunUiiii, and hnvo it | Miss McCaig. sister of Spencer Mc- ' A now operator will be added to the C.P.R. staff on Monday, making three operators. The operators will, work ten hour shifts. Itev, J. M. Harrison ami wife uiv exj�eete4 to arrive to-night. Hrw� lleaglo is bringing his lam-ily in from Hose Hut-to on Monday and will reside in .1. A. Virtue's house on lledpath St. Some mou are as tut of date us last year's popular song. Cattle Crott River. Tliis morning :t,.'iCM) cattle that had drifted across the river from ihe north during the winter were put back into their own territory hy the round-up outllts. Two bunches of 1.0O0 and S.fSOO head were taken across this morning. Several cuttle wera drowned yesterday while trying to mnke the herds ford the river below tho bridge. posted near tho mine, but his experience in Ilrilish Columbia proved even tho condensed report was sel  ilom read, but Commissioner Ifayson who had worked at Fernie, took n diffeismt view, and said the report was always rend by a majority of the men. Tho inspector thought it was more important that a working plan of the mine should I*' posted, so that the men could become ac-ipmiittod with the outlets, etc., in  us* of accident. A discussion took place on the present system of conducting prose -rut ions for infractions of the mining regulations, and it was fell that Caig is in the city for a few days being stvHiographer for the Hoof Commission. I'. .1. Nolan of Calgary, who Has town hew with the lleef Commission ivturus to Calgary to-morrow nutrn ing and will not nttend the Cnrdston sittings to-morrow. The All-Canadian, lacrosse team beat Medicine If tit Inst night 4-1 The game was clean and very fast. Tho visitors scored two of thuirguiils in the Inst five minutes, A. Itiptey und It. Wink Km- if the local learn as slstod the Hat in the game. Calgary ami Medicine lint played Love is sweet because it is nuideup largely of iaiTy. ' , . FOIt sali:. For sate or will exchange, for horses or oilier pro|>orty. Tlw� Ture Bred Clysdalo Stallion, Itoyal Prince. 10.-767. A immlsomo sound, S year old bay slhlllon. Weight about 1,800 poumls Apply to i A. K. SMITH. Hox 040, Virdeu, Man. 13-20. some more expeditions mothodshoiild 'another tlo gume last nlghl, tlui U'�Mdo|�ted. I scone being 2 all. This makes two At present the inspector practical-, l'e� � �''� ��' t'nlg�''.v in the l.v has to ropoK to the Public Works series at tho Ifcit. Calgary is hero department und they deckle whether iu> �o things to the local bunch but action should be taken. This is tt is firml,v uoliovod'that their sireaK considered a round about way. game-winning will be stopped. Mr. Heathcole reporue that lie nl-1 The Saturday eilition i>f the To w�ys fouml the mines at flVbor with ronto tilolns has a full the ventilation required under the' front page portrait of lh\ P. M mi. Miners from that Uiwn had do-((lonion, principal of Quoon's Culver ililnHl tlio ventilation of the mliws sity, Kingston, Out., and fntlK'r. of was poor, except on the days the In-1 He v. A. M. (lordon of tho city. Tho spector wns around. Ifo saM tlwmen smiling fuce of.,1. W. Woolf, M.P., hail never complained to him about vdntilfttion. ' ". * is also porlrayeil in this issue.' wtocmt THE new "Qutcn Quality" Hylei are unmiiUkaUy WMloaalk thon. You imt��K/ note m w of quality about ihem. They arc the vogue wkh women particular ai lo tlyle. But conect lathion ii only the begining of HtkfactMi in "Queen Quality" Short. They are com-fortable from the brat, becatiM Miey fit Iht loot as a Parii-made glove 6u the hautl. We want you to tec the new atylea we are now ihowing at $3.00 and $3.50. FRED COW & CO. OUR LETTER BOX Rditor' of the Herald: Mr. HunthcoLo was aotRiaiirtod with I. � � - ~ Liabllitics act in Engluml, which | These who bought the first consign provided 8fMK� to $780 in case of mi'nt of the buffalo hord to Canada [ilMiJ. accidents to miners. It had remarked that the southern part of resulted hi In^n over stjty ywu* �f Altierta would bo a- njoi-e suitable ago being prevented lron> securing �place'* for ,'thonv. It, is the gvnoral \ tu a paper abusing tho follow einpUiyment as it was ecnsldoredthoy opinUn that th�r Hlood neservdwduldlhad  sujiplautod him- JN'ow as yon were not capable of taJr'ng care of l]� the Ideal stamping ground for know abuse is ufivnyfi' ihe  weapon of ~fth� 1 have A iievv .fnlilo for you. Once upon a Uiru), not so many days ago, there was a Person who filled up |Us. Inad with the idea thut Providence endowed Mm with' Huge ability as a Publicity Artist., Without him ho felt that One City wiiuld'go to the Dogs. Hut this Une City "did not see it that way. nnd then ho became very cross mid even wroto a lottor who themselves. tho ancient prairie mouarclis. Cultured Man. Too org�nization which turned him down was N. O., ns wo ahl>reviate it in titeSsemodem times, and he fostered another Organization to PISH he and his palH along and he is trying to entice the Public his way by boosting this'new organisation. His methods of puhlle-Ily are very much like thnso of a Man I heard of recently, who thought a Prufdssional Hail Club was a groa thing"" ip'glvo'Publicity to a cltj until the *inen who were putting ui the coin to keep the club aliVe fused la hand RnKI3 pastobonrds' t a regulur colony of publicity pusliei Then ho Iwcamo a knocker. � MOHAI^-Howare of tho Pnblieii Muu who is also a Knocker. - Vc.ure,..,e(c., �'� 'Kb Cllque.Rule, ;