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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4+ J > Large Shipments have just arrived per Steamship "Lake Champlain," direct from Germany, France and Great Britain, of the � latest weaves in DRESS MATERIALS. These are just passing customs to-day, and we will have on exhibition by the tinfie this is in print a superb collection of the choicest materials for GOWNS and STREET DRESSES. Wool DeLalnes Panamas NEW --,�1 1 Chiffon Broadcloth Tweeds Cashmeres FOR THIS WEEK We expect to start our Dress-making Depart ment very shortly. -4 Burnham's Clam Bullion, Crosse & Blackwell's ^- * � � Celery Salt, Escoffier's Anchovy Essence, The Horton Cato Royal Salad Dressing, Goodwillie's Famous Preserved Pears, Peaches, Strawberries and Cherries in glass. PS* J"- i .4* .v will you lose if wo strike gas? Could youloBo if wo didu't ? Not at this stage, for wo have backing for tha present prices with 100 per cent, added, It* 1^ x1- j I'm Talking  about City 1 Real Estate What part of this profit are you going to enjoy � You can have the full 100% if you buy now. -r- Do you want a good farm ? Uft>. Jr. . - l� DEALER IN �i 7 PropeiilM. Boom 1, Southard Block Pbon* 122, UDTBBBIMHS, AJLTA. The shareholders of the Curling Rink meet Friday night in Boston's store at eight o'clock. T \V. MofrUon/ eople assembled to so the game. Xicholson and n ��; wore too many for the visitors tor whom Dowmun and^ Chapman hand* resu'tul i rt lod tho nrtlllery. The f� in a victory for the locals by close score of tt-3. A 1 \ tl * tho ! reports ho is the making of a won-1 der. Manager Morrison is signing men right along and is bound to get winning team. Uo does not sign players outright, but on condition that they make good during the training period. The players will report at La Crosse, Wis. It is a strange coincidence that the players of Lethbridgo** .first professional ball team should report at the birth place of the president of tho Club, Pros. T. D. Kevin was born at La Crosse, Wis. KINDBltttAHTEN ASSURED. i INCLINE RAILWAY. The number of pupils that have been registered for"tho proposed kindergarten department of tho public named school, practically assures its establishment, says Principal W. A. Ham* ilton. Already seventeen have been L enrolled, and doubtless more will be I forthcoming. Parents wishing to 'send children to the kindergarten XEW JEWELLER. C. Ross Tate. whVIs announced to open up a Jo wo lory and watfh ro  pairing establishment on Ford St., (s In the city. Mr. Tate wat formerly In the jewtljry business with His father in Crunbrook, B.C., but is now out on his own hook. His fellow citiiens describe him as a hustler and deservedly popular with everyone. Mr. Tate does not propose putting a vory extensivo stock In at present but will devote himself almost en-tirely to repairing. He has an ax* collent reputation In his native city as an expert mechanic, especially on watches. 'A PICTURE SHOES TS what strfes X.* ASH. St 1. STOREKEEPER. hat many of our new "Quee* Qtsafitr19 ight fitlr be called. The makers of "Queen Quality" Shoes have loof enjoyed world-wide renown for the beauty and originality of their shoe tyke. But this season's models with their new toe shapes* new heels and new patterns, set a still higher We only ask the opportunity of showing the new styles and demonstrating their superior style and toting qualities. Prices ate $4j00, $340 and $340. The members of the Board ol . . . nMiU. . ltM m MM - . . , A_. . A . should notify him at once. Trade passed a resolution last night i Mkbiar tho City Ooun.il to h�v� tto s.lLAIUKB INCREASED. ^city engineer look into tjho (easihit-ity of constructing and operating an inclined railway on both sides of tho river to enable people to come to I Teachers In Calgary are wearing *^n Ifonday morning last W. W. KouWdof Winnipeg, entered upon Ihia duties as storekeeper for the A* It* s L, a position previously held 1 by Aid. K. A. Cunningham^ Hr. Nee* In nd is u man of extensiyo experience as a keener of t3onspany's stores, having been. storekeeper for the C.P.ll. for twenty-five years at Moose Jaw, Fort Wlllism, and Win- FRED GOW CO. the hrtfttil smile. JlscanllyAtHe Board I nipeg, from tvttlch-fast" place becomes of Eduwi.tlpn. ftr^nffod^ tlje schedule Jtto locate in Lathbridger ^fr. Kee - r |ft^ j,, u brother-in-law of tik J. McPiarmid. the city to trade. ,. .> � . . . ^ * -^ The Hoard passed sometime dis- ^ sSslsiant teacHera. The cussing the Mayor's proposal to *c**dulo calls for a minimum of 100 have a roadway built from the old|ftiimoMth with *n inunity. YOU MAY Be wearing glasses already and Retting benefit from them, bat not so much m is possible to get We. have beard people saf : "1 haveiried wearing spectacles,'* That is no sign that g)a will not'benefit you: You may have been fitted this beat that your optician knew. We frequently FIND PEOPLE �Y effort will, be made to land be sold a election of an ovorseor, 1), Utirbayk* was electeoV overseer, but iupon the protest of the supporters of J. * J. Walton, the Alberta government has doclu rod tho election illega and has ordered a now election. ' The chief point of dispute between tho parties is the ox tout of territory to be taken into the town corporation. NOTICE. Anders will be received until MIXARD'S LINIMENT CURES -4 f ?hu�d*y, h\mh 14 wearing ^lassos that are an injury to their eyea. Borne defect was overlooked. \ OUR TESTS l?ave no defeeta undiscovered, WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. h m HOUSE for the erwsUon of a Grand Stand for the" Lett bridge Athletic Aaac- ciation Ltd., to. oe completed by Lowest or. any tender:^pt necea arily accepted. Plan* and �peciflcationf teen at tb#offic* of ay be 'A. E. HUMP HlltS, spMtwtaiy One Night Only. the Great McKanless Th�, Wizard ion the Violin, aup. poited by hia Company-Continu* otifl performance, Singing, Dane ig, Comedy and Music. t McKanleaa played in Letbbridue l^yeara ago, alao 5 years ago. NIGHTS L Commencing Mqndoy, The Popular Moore Concert Company playing all the Uio muiio And �ine-ing �U the late eonge. SOCIAL DANCE FREE attor the �how. Prioee-Children 26o,; Oeneml Adniiuion 60o;, Ke�erv�|(�eaU 76o. Be�to on tale at HiginbptbW* 8tore SaturcUf mqmiag,' . -: h- - ^ : * F i - t. ;