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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta irfrjiiiirr Aahipm�nto( Curtaim and Muslins pftsaed into stork today. Nf-w dainty designs in a good taiige ot prioea..................................1.00, 1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 8.00 pnd 4.U0 per pair Frilled Window Muslins ^!iSrao!!wj^ LSlCeS ^8^' InMft'ons and Allovers. All new and splt>ndid vulne. Ribbons * '""^ P"*^ ^'"^ f alPetta KibboBS, worth regular 26c, our price per y�l- See the BaiigCof DyrciSfSL Qpoids We are showing at 50c and HOu per yard, all new stock. A. Macdonold (& Cm Souvenir Pads ruled and^nruled {n.twosixes- 20c and 35c each x Four intfl^pting pictures in each. Good paper. lil. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. . ^ � jBom oh February 27, te> tho w,fo f-^. J. Vlncr, a son. Wi-Sv Virtue, contractor is ill wUii aa attack of pleurisy. C' It; Daniel purchaBcd two sec -ttona,|iidbth east of the Silver farm last iMk. Tlie i'aber Free PrcHK is located in.a fiuildlng owned by.J. R. Shearer uf this dty. W.^ H. Pawsun received a dollar,at buistiei for tfce eeod' wheat he vex-hit>itcd ttt tho rcceni'seed fair. r J. J. Walton of Taber, who claims to have turned the first sod Von honumtead land in that district, was ia the city, on Tuesday. The., Alberta Realty Co.- disposed, of cunsldcrailo NMrth .Ward proper-; ty duriiitl the past week, Including eleven lots iii block ,A, four lots In blocJi C. besides,.two acres: A. M. McQueen informed the Herald this %eek~ that he found his ad-vertiaiiis in this paper so profltablo that'ho had decided to double his advcrtisingapace, which he has ac-curd^ngilyi'done. Mr. McQueen says that .^'^ella mor(!i property through tho ^L'f�Iilli*a:r^ad ;lh^ aoy other medlum;'-H 'pj^^s-'to' indVcrtine and to do it well. When eggt.ar* searse ai^d dear,, "yoii have tt sore ntnfidy hf purcbiasing a box of Dr. Hess' Poultry Papacfa which is guaranteed tfD QiilAth� hens lay. For sale only by J. D. W|iiibollm!|i|,C9. FMiiiy attdvDispensing^CJbetott^ LilTHBBIOOE., B.F.. Keillor, principal of Raymond schSuia, spent Sunday in this citv. " -.Vsv^- A scttlvyf^liaijned MtKdein. at Keho Lake, north of hero, fell.down a cutr, iHink and broke his collaiir.|>6ne: J. U. Wiegaiid haa reiiMVM^ ...his Cab Ottlce to the pimniMa,.,iUmned-lately under thii EliwtMe'^Ught a|n^ Word has been received from' Dr.; B. Jackson that he is at tlie iCot-tage Sanitarium, Qravenhui^t,, and ,s improvin|^^ in health. The .Mii^sXt^cirure and, Stewart gave a,veiry'enjpi^bie ^pofiy Friday evening lasti.'^be lukky play-'era were Mi^M'iii^ii^^ and B.^. Mills. Ttie Higinbotharo block^ is pro ' greasing rapidly. Tlie first icoat: of is now >on and the! ' block will Iw ready for occupancy by the, first of the month. Apparent indications strongly sug-|rat airapid scitlemcnt uf ' IVarncr, iand an agent is alilo fur fdrin buying hooies purposes for new settlers who are Roon expected. Eistity acres 61 land south- of the city wcr� sold tills week by.A. M. I On Monday last A. McQueen sold for >. W. McKean a house and throe lots on Argyle Avenue to Mr. M. K. IXsuion of CouttM. - Abram Hacker has sold a house to Spencer ^cCuig, who in turn sold to V. W. McOuire. Both tnuuMct  ionif. were through the McQueen ag-tncy. A house and two lots on Argyle Avenuei two houses and three lots on Rcdpath St., an aero in block K, thrvc business lots corner of Round and OulTcrin Sts., four lots on Ford St. are included in the list of sale.y,W.C. Ivea, Miss Louise Palowr of Virden is the guest of her slstar Mrs. Joseph Mitchell. Mm. Carlson of Cardston arrived ija.Mlif. city. .ua.-M�Bdaypn her Way. to Chicago. Miss Laycock-~of the Raymond o( school stfift was. in, the city on Sunday. Cliffurd McNabb fraa, tnjurwi yes; terday white '�h�LUagv gtmt�i.^a](ithc;| A.R. ft I. machine shops. Chllf Jfaiiday m9ru]mj^/ local between this city and . Calgary wm. again put into commission. The, ,K(i.a�rii..Thijillcs.:.JMv�: .accepted challenge of the Wanderers tp play for tlie Stanley Cup on Tuesday and Thursday of next week. S,;Franci!,,.Thou. Woolford, Preair dtrnt E. J. Wood and Robt. Ibey of Cardston, were in the city a few da}-s this week. Mrs. Keivor has been in troni her ranch for ft few days. While in the city sW Iws been the guest of Mrs. J. Young..ahd Mrs..Bruce at tho Fire nm... A. W. McVittee, Dominion , I^nd suryeycir, will establish an ofllcc in tKlj^livcMMlock in the near future. At'^^rcscfflws in roprcscnted by I^S. Cokoly, re;^lHtered at the liOthbridge i Hotel. Misses L. und J. McLjnay cordially invite the ladies, of I.iethbridg(p and vicinity to their millinery opening 1.0 hiR "�� Tu�onteri of this city. Mr. Peacock also pup-chased, through.Mr. McQueen, two lots and a house in North Ward, owned by. Chas. Bal -,ard. Rev. W. T. Stackhouse, B.A., Superintendent of Baptist Missions in the North West, will be in Lsth-bridge next Wednesday and will ad-droKs a meeting in the Baptist Tabernacle (it 8-p. . His subject will be "Our Prospects, Our People, and Our Problenuj." You' ought to go along and hear Mr. Stackiiouse. You niy? invited. A hurse bclonsing to Jas, Willetts, on being untied (roin a telcphoiMi post near We.iley Church on Sundil^' afternoon, made a bolt bringing the buggy up against the post with, suf: acient force to break pIT the �hafts, and release himself: The occupants 'l'"/. "TJ^"" �, .WW- Inrtanat-i'v ^ 'unlniur-- with O. L. Vrooronn in the imple ; mnnt business hero, was married to Sophia L. Slaytnaker of Pomeroy. The iiewly. nwirri�^ couple are-' pro-cpediitg tpiLetthbjridge.at pnce.,. Tho partition separating: the auditorium from the vestry of the Presbyterian Church was .moved, several feet back last week, making room fur a ^oir' loft, thus materially addicig, lo the eltectlveness of the singiiig,., Prof. Chas.. S. Hartleyof Mounr toiln. View. .Alta...piano::.tuner, was in thoy-city for a. few days .this. !iiapek,,. ..^pfLt" to themsolvea five five-acre iots which they hake' secured south of tlie Ex-hibiliun grounds. T/'�...Fa^teson has the handling ^^f^ ttia property. J. D. MicNivcn w;l(d has,'been recently appointed ip^the stall of the. Labour Departnw^t i^t OtUivft .under W. If. Mackensie K:ing..,arrived in.the city oh Sunday on'his" way from his Jate h'onie.i Victoria. !B.C., ta the t pt l)l.s duties. .Mr. McNlvi�r,i�- af ter i nooit.; whei), Mr.:. RaiiLtaa^^had;, V fitt>v boys who .flilpd the. chfiii^lplik stM^ up,, and ..poi.nting,.to .thfOT as.-. tiMt nMt^, i have put in tulm, washatands, show- '^"^ ers and other fixtures and iacilifcieB j fur cleanliness and comffort, Wa HMk* * the luxury of h�IMng a n�MSsH� aijrfr an everyday dsMglMrat. Ilttls^ co-st. .Ask us how little. ^ C. W. irjfiiiiiiiiiiifriiiiiiifiTfiiiiiiiiiiffiaiiiiiitil V..- ; REAL ESTATE ~r Hav� .for thit week; ilblftiaTvnMT Additipiw $75 each, half cMk, toU immSmiISmonth* ,^ ' 6 lots Md hMh in �f cKUlop Additioii, |650" 7 loft pa Lbiuloa Koad, $2,I()0 rioti^ �atl of Barraeha, $800 5jtcMi, Sodlct lovth, at 1275 per aerc. 'I>^r�. kiit OfMbmere in all siaM^inQladi]0|g,an exim ^i^i^V I8PEOIAL^25 doien Black Oashmere, aiaee .4, i�. (^,110. saamleH. ' apliood feet and heeli.. Bemarkable iMiIne at bedBtstair*, oo int floor. ^ ^ ' ' -y-- Prompt Delivery. resent the C.p.r; recently for the ,rig fort.uiwtely were unlnjur-, 7S0 .  The. horse .ran idnie distance Im- fore being caught. T. a. Jainicsbn, superintendent.of ciovaturs for .the Albertfi, .PaViflc Ele,-, vator Co. says that,'his cpmpany.is making big preparati.pns ..fpr 1907. They are building no less, than 30 elevators this year along the C. .and R, line.. With the. thirtyr9i�.^h^-jrip>v-hdve, with warfhotiaea..lit fiye.pioinis the Company wilt be'Well cquipppd to handle, a lot of graijpi. The usual church soryjcos will ...he resumed. on Sunday in the BaiAiai Tabornaele at 11 a.m. ..andp.ni. Itov. W- Rci.d, pastor^ of the church will prei^ch. .In the evpning. the.;a.rst of a series of wrmpns, entitledi..'Why I f^ni.What I am," will, he .delivered. Subject for. next. ,Suti4ay..,, " WhyL 1 ain a Christian." Sunday achool and Bililo Class .will moi^, at,thr^ ,l�.m. All, wil^^.be iua4e. welcome. , E. J.^ Cook, proprietor of tha Eden Rest poultry Fann left on.Mof, day nig^t fori,G(|miQntQn. to atteml the rra�'incial Poultry: Ejihihitioa. Mr. Cook .took: withihitt|.,a.fine.,col-lecVou of his .chojeeat..birds, lAclwl: 'ing>ine Whbtp piyvwuth iRocits. lour Barred^Plymouth Rodts �nd, S JBuff Rocks; nine white and aix Bull Wyan dottes; 8 biiown and-4 White  Leghorns and six Buff. OrpingtoD�.� Mr. Cook hopes to bring home many prizes and. we believe ho. will . T. D. Kevin showed the Herald, the other day, a piece of Cobalt ore from the ftilver Queen inino. Cobalt. Ont.f which assays eighty-ftie per cent: silver. The Silver Queen, property adjoins that of the Temls-eaniing and Hudson Bay Mining Co. whosf atoefc a little over a year ago was selling for forty eenU' but, is bow v-orth �1�0 per share. . This company paid nino thousand |>er cent dividenils last year. This wo consider:^-nearly as profitable >'a� Luthbrldga raal mUU. Father Van Tighen wishes to an^ nounee that Monseignor Vny de Vaya a distinbuishcd Austrian nobloroiftn, and a dignitary of the Catholic church will be present on Sunday to address the Hungarians and other European people hvre. Mgr. Vny de Vaya is described as an eloquent preacher and an accomplished linguist. He will address several meetings in us many different languages. Collier's Weekly, of. Ia8t....w�tk remarks uppn the..iact that, .last .year .they received froni ..Medicine. Hat a view showing a baaeball gane in prpgress in ^January and caustically teutarVn that they have receivednone ^h^ year, and continues that last yvajr was evidently an exception and that Canadians made the most of it for advertising purposes. The Herald is sending that paper a view of a ball gamie played here this win-tor, which we hope they will be pfljod enough to publish. The eastern, papers did not forget ta report and eVen exaggerate the'severity of this winter which has been the exception. The relative advantages of couptjy and, city jlfe.was jibn ij^tera^jr o�l�ty..with.tbB folloin'ing' oflicerit: Pres., J. Living^., ptone: viee-prea.....V, Ifpoivi �c..''A. Pattiiaon; Coitanittee, J. Oliver, C. Cook~and A. Hendarsoa. .The clever, nttlei editor, C. Blierlock;. caad..the eurrejit . number^^oltlia Auditorium.-' wbioh wlUi-apvear^iMat waski'. - We Issue Loans on Beal Estate seciulty, aud �-rite FiTe^ Life and Accident Insurance ill tlie moat reliable companies. 1 McH'S Spring Hats. Splendid Assortment-Best All the Different Style* and Color*. MiHinery Opening Match 12 L. 8c J. McLeny 5710 ;