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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta IT e�f f. "j _ j ? j i Jl -M 4v ^ - - r 9 * 1 1 it L X � r * Ll p - f r '3 r. *5 4 ' ,1, - * 71 "if, ' I f �� V 3 _ t r p VOL jjf. * # - � j k4 n 1 J. ,1 ^ Si It' f t 3 * 4 + i  -^j-i ( - 1 - i .3. V V & ShlKflfentM git-Reform 3 *� I' 4 duMM ffon j _ f J_ r _ L 1 V r � now tba * of Ititrodoc. tog to tl* tm public ol Ltth and tnrrdn tiding country Oin^di'i fin. ettpfodttcUotiothigh grade elolbidg in mil the newMt oldths and ja, thowing a. ariatjr of different tylea D. B. Saoka, 3 and 4 tmttra 8. B. 8acku Norfolk*, eW. for apring wear. WE GUARANTEE l3 �-,.-i,V - every gar ing the Pit-Reform label to be pnraly tailored tbrong^ont. and to be ntada np of nothing bnt imported cloths. tahaiit, tf TMs 6ty, It Affolntctf. (|pc%lal to llcratd.) ftdmotttbt), Murch 0.-Tho tVimon -ton 'Journal mtys. Tho provincial ministry* It uT)dorntood, have Appointed Mr. William A. l)uch*�*n, proprietor of the Lethbridge Herald, provincial librarian. Thin office may JKHwibly carry with it the work of orgnnlKing the. free Jlbrarlnh system, of. the Government which the teglii- .liave endoriied. For. the pmnt year Mt. liuchnnnn.,ban edited the Herald In the South city find made It one of tin* beet and newsleftt weeklies in the province. Previous to this he hnd an extensive News* paper experience. Ills early training was received in Feterboro, where he forked for eight years. .For three yeArs he was city editor of the To-ront^Telcgram and .for the same period. * managing director of the St. Thomas jRn^ninl. Mr. Huchanau fa therefore, vlN PRC8XDBNT awRT Rby. toao traat�coaa aao houmt aoTat, a. a. h. & VICE-PRrilBENT; �on, ain aaoaoa a. paomioiin. g. a n.  QlJOOSTOa, 01 mnoaea and Agencies at al) tl  prinoipal points tn Canada AlaoJn T-ondon, t&glmi d, Kaw York, Ohiongo, Spokane and rawloundUad Travellers' Ctroular Letters ot Credit and Commaroial Credit a iaaued for uaa in all parte of tha world, COLLECTIONS MADE ON FAVORABLE TERM8 " Drafts told if tJliSIa at all points io Uaited Ststea, Ksreae Miad Csaads 1 rat Interest allowed an deposits at ^^BBN^aNeN^eSBN^eBBN^aNWaBeel^a Lethbridge Branch i. r. iecvc NmiMr. Tho tin Ion uvungutistic Hcfrvlci^tt which have l**>n conducted In Wok-ley church under tho direction of KvungeliKt llnnton have contlnuod to attract largo audiencos and have disponed in spiritual inionwt and pout'i*. Ltiftt Sabbath xvltiicssod the largest religitniK nHfiomlLige that bver convened in tho liisiorv at the cit>. In the morning Mr. Itniilon Jiroaiitt'd to a good Kizeil eongrega  lion tin, ''The Joys of the Christian Lite." At thruo p.m. every available S4�nt in the church, nmiilurium, gallery, lecture room and choir loft, was filled with the vast audtonco that faced tho Kvangelint when ha roNe to give his celebrated lecture on tho subject, "From tho Bar*room to the Pulpit." Mr. Hanton told briefly the story of bin own life. Ho hnd been left un orphan,, won placed guilder the euro of rolut ivos, went out at un early ago to face the world, cnguged in various employnieutsand was thrown into unfavorable environments, spent bo mo time as bartender in tho old Sold on House at Owon Sound and In the Victoria hotel at Barrio, began to drop down tho ladder ring by ring and was rescued by being converted in a Methodist revival service twenty three yours ago. He began- at onco to work for (lod. and 'entered J 1 he Methodist church, studied for tho a ministry* was ordained and set a* part to the work of un evangelist. He clotted with un earnest appeal. There Ik no doubt that tho uildrob* �a produce*' a profound impression. In the evening the church was fpacked to the doors and an impressive service was hold. "if �*.rt*n d *  iil (dpeelal ti Edmonton, NoV. 7. vlneial Seed Fair, the r trict landed every prli berU lied Cluss, Medicine Tiu�:. Alt the first prises In the sprbiK whfti^ classes. The only spring .%h�'atYrj|?3jf Lethbridge, shown tny.C-^. got a place In tltc prlw r Car^ ston todk second place lno two rowed barley and won first .In \fn^!jing. oafs;' It was a big sweep for 'flnVtnorn � -1 1 The Edeh llcst Poultry Vtxtm matle a good record at .tho rrovtnctai Poultry Hhow. in tho .t^8h6ni-a;uw� they made a kltllht, 'tAfciiip nearly all the prlxes. Supreme Sitnnds. The Mrtrcli aittn^^o^^e Hupivino pros Court at Tutsduy moi tice Slfton. ^^a|l'rr(j^t|^ i'ili attendance Incf^^.lfr. ^laybeare. Mr. .iiihnHtone^W^lv^i.--mp. Harris of Macleoti, antfH|neii)i, who has left slaee ' Uief conviction was up. npi.o.il from* of thelllmib crown iptl unablo to p alsence apfwar ever no likoll being ob was quashed allowed without country lade. An hood of th talned the r and the appeal cist*. Mr. Harris appeared for Mr. Itooney. King vs. Oshaeky it n case transferred from the Docomber sittings of the Court. It wUi be remembered that the accused lis on trial on charge of having attempted to bl up th�� residence of Robert Ki inous and Robert fiteott. The crown ura� not tvuA^ to |...m^Mn account of l>eiug unable to procure the prenence of the chief witness, a Thiel detective, who refuses to come to Lethbridge as he fears~)krrsonal viol* once. A commission has Uvop issued to tnUa his evidence In Chicago, and anocner trial has been fixed for the lilnt. Mr. Harris appeared for the accused. King vs. Klcholson, the accused was charged with having broken* into the drug ntore of J. D. Hlgtn-botham and of having stolen a large number of articles Accused pleaded guilty to both chargeM. Mr. Nolan asked for it'money for Nicholson, and presented n largely signed petition from the Pans towns on tie-half of the nceuM'tl. 11 to Lordship, after commenting on the circum-NtunccN of tho case allowed tho accused to go on suspended sentence. In King \k. Taylor the nccuaed Win, Taylor, In charged with forgery and of attempting to utter a forged document. The prisoner pleaded not" guilty and elected to be tried by His Lordship, but subsequently, after consideration with bis counsel, Mr. Harris, changed his election ami usked to 1m� tried by a Jury. The trial takes place Friday morning. King vs. McKay, the defendant 1). V. McKay, is charged with the theft oi' a lanieru. The trial takes place Thursday morning. Mr. I lit iris appears for the accused. The civil list was then taken up. Bout ley Co. vk. Mar low, stood over until Thursday morning. People's Co-Opernlivo Institution vs. Hahoy and Day respectively, tho plaintiffs counsel intimated that he would not press the case. Raymond Mercantile Co. vs. Miller and Raymond Mercantile Co., judgment was given in favor of the plain tifTs for f40.01 ami 840.47 respectively with costs. Lethbridge Urewing and Malting Co. vs. Hull Mtunda until Thursday morning. Tho largo debt cases were Drad-shaw vs. Rlrio and Krratt v�. tMc* Phee. The former was struck from tho list, as it has gone over several sittings of the court, and a settle -roent is now in sight between the parties. Errntt vs. Me Phee. action for damages for breach of contract, is to be decided on affidavits filed in court. Tho work before the court is light Lothbridgo still maintaining its reputation for little legislation, Chief Justice Hifton goes to Curdston on Monday. The chM criminal cases for trial there being King vs. Falconer, heft; and King vs. PJngman, shop ^breaking, the later probably being a jury trial. Goo. W. Smith of Rod Doer, isjik* ly to lie Liberal candidate in the now constituency of Red Doer. * Premier Tweed io of New Urunswick has"'resigned to accept the Liouten-ant-Governorahip of his province. Ho .is succeeded by Attorney-General W. romiae to be "all the go" or spring. The materials Are smart Oxford grey and Melton cloths. Style feat, urea are close fittins collar, well shaped lapels, the skirt finished off with ereas* ed side seams. The coat ia silk faced and lined throughout. Price $12.50 YOUTH'S SC'ITS- latest single ,8ted styles for spring' D re say, dark and grey and fanoy worsteds. Sizes 32.35. Price $12.50 of. .4 MENS SUITS -iflt Scotch tweed and ^orsteda. Cut in* the latest style_ The coat is medium length/; Coat has neat fitting collar$ and smartly shaped^lapili.y' Vest sinffkbreaateil. A splendid suit for busin wear. Price $1 9/$0 EN'S SUITS-Tai the newest three-button ible-breaated style The doths are stylish i ported fancy woratcda^ in smart greys, with faint overchecks; dark greye, with neat fancy, stripe. Beat of linings and trimih- roughont. Price $1� Bp �v Extra Good Chance in Men's Suits A fortunate turn of trade brought it our way. By clearing several lines from a celebrated mai utacturer .we got a big discount from the regular price, and are going to give, you the benefit V ' thing ia well made, stylish, good workmanship, fit and finish. Our own tailora add the finishing touches, according to individual requirements. ^ Over 100 suits in F m_______________________ brown cheviot tweedB with neat striiies. Each suit perfect fitting,' and has hand turned edges, single or double breasted sacque style, good Italian cloth linings, all sizes, good valuo^at-1^ 50. SELLING ALL THIS WCtlt AT HALF PK1CB. - +3 Tailored in i stripes Special V Special $15.00. Beautiful uew fancy patterns, in neat mid nmed seams. Sizes 32-44. ..........................$15.00 fa$M k3L 'A, r I Our styles of Ladies* Spring Couts, only one of which isnhown here, nro the very latest. Our manufacturers in the east have representatives in Paris, Berlin, London and New York, which keep them in coiiHtant touch with Dame Fashion's avt*r changing fancies. .Just as soon as the new garments are on the market the makers choose some of the best designs in materials and style and for wan! them to us. thereby enabling us to give you strictly correct garmeuts juntas shown in the biggest fashion setters in the world. Only one coat of each kind is sent You may rest assured that you will not m�et the duplicate of your coat on the streets of Lethbridge. The last shipment has just come to hand by express, and ia now reutly lor you to make u selection from. Prices A Special Tie for St. Patrick green shamrock leaves. It's a beauty, and you should secure one, as they are selling rapidly. Price 60c Be Sure to See the New Golf Blouses ' +1 * New York has received thtun with open arms -they're the rage. The clever Jaeger kuitters have taken the prevailing auit styles for in si ira-tionnnd the result is these charming golf blousaa, knitted in Eton, Norfolk, Ponv jacket and Blouse style. Women fall in lovewith the oolor combinations at first sight. They're very pretty and the seme of good taste. grey Gtou Style trimmed with white, Price $4,25 Blouse Style, in new shade of green, trimmed with white pearl buttons. Price $5. -e* PHONE /OO ALTA - 4 w i r � ^ F - ;