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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .... i.v>,- �\ f Eofines, I Tweeds, Large Shipments have just arrived per Steamship "Lake Champlaifi," direct from Gfermany, France and Great Britain, of the latest weaves in DRESS MATERIALS, these are just passing customs to-day, aiid we wiU have on exhibition by the time this is in print a superb collection of the choicest materials for GOWNS and STREET DRESSES. Wool DeLaiaes, Clliffon Broadcloth Panamas Cashmeres We expect to start our Dress-making Depart-ment very shortly. THB QUALITY Grbcery Specials FOR THIS WEEK: Bumham's Clain Bullion, Crosse & Blackweirs Celery Salt, Escoffier's Anchovy Essence^ The Horton Cato Royal Salad Dressing, Goodwillie-S Famous Preserved Pears, Peaches, RaspberrieSf Strawberries and Cherries in glass. ifi. THB QUKt-lTY ...................................""^.........*�........'........�MM.m..�iMw.ii..mnnnnMiirii...............njt*,..................... ....................... � with 100 per cent, added. : |rm Talking ^about City Il^al �state iWhatpart o� this profit are  ^i*3roa'going to eijjoy? You can f S^have the full 1(30% if you  ibuy now  : : Do yon want a good farm ? * A LOCAL BUDGET. The �harahoidera of the Curling; Rink meet Friday night in A.EI.Eas-ton's store at eight o'cloclc. Mr. Ranton's services here were eminently successful, about seventy--five having handed -in their names tor church uiembership. These will be. distributed to their respective churches. - Three large government maps - of the Dominion of Canada were " received by C. B. Bowman, secretary of the Board of Kducatipn, from the Department of the Interior for use in the public schools. Rev. Ranton left .or Brandon last night where he will conduct services under the auspices of the Presbyterian, Motbbdl6t and Baptist churches and the y.M.C.A. J. G. Palmer, a fomous American choir leader is training two hundred and fifty voices to assist in the services. ' ' Rev. J. E. Ilughsott's subjects for Sunday are, "A Man Who Lived a Christian Life in a Hard Place" and "Kind words for Those Who Ilavo Not Yet Decided for Christ." The evening service will be evangelistic and there will be the regular class meeting in the morning. .HOTEL AT SWEETORASS, NEW PLAYERS SIGNED. A new hotel has .-been built- at ' SToTffison.Vart^, local ball|�hletHoulrJed foi^h.hi.C SweetCJraw. Mon.. byT Bamiibl Grif - *^�'"'� 'na�aser, ha��wri^n that hO: agc,;^o� SStiirdny BASEBALL IS FOEXHAH. 1th, who is postmastcrvtbcro and owns a 8tore_ as. well. vTlIe passed through the city.'this week on-bis wny home from South" Wul>si. Mr.-Ciritlith's wife^ and two nieces 'accompanied him. The hotel, will-be opened up immediately. � � � ..^ Dividends in Abeyance. SBAUBR UK AUmlt^ iMadt and Lvthbridf* � PropartiM. Booiii4>^Soatluu4 Block DID NOT WISH TO SELL. At the meeting of ^e Lethbridgo and District Agricultural iSociety on Friday night, the Ways'and Means Committee placed before the members two proppsitlpns fair raising funds' for the Society. The first was to sell a row of lots along the north side of the grounds^ which would Include about four and one-half acres and would sell forfrom $500 to fe.OOO, leaving the Society about thirtjr^five acres of grounds. The other proposition was to sell the wholj property,without improve-, ments for about 928,000, and secure other property farther out, profer Should gus be found, the city will take over players has sccurcU two m^f^players, Harryj 3i:urtens ifnU .Art^Bud?: The former bails from Alloghcn.v, Pa:, is highly: recommended'.by.-OUsv'Dvnden of tho; Chicago National Club and othera.i Martens is a left hand batter with an average lust year of .396 in tho Wcstei-nI'ennsylvanio Ix'Sgue:-- He plajs first base. - .  Ditcs, who is a third.;; baseman, hails from Milwaukee,;'but played last year in th^ Fox River League where lie knocked out an average around tho .300 mark. From all reports he is the making of a won-; der .� - Manager. Morrison is signing men right along and is bound to get a winning team. Ho does not sign outright, but on condition the stock, which If increased now by that they make good during the the ranount of the dividends would .training period. The players will re- cost the city n considerable sum.. Bpring fur gas will- commence imi-ntediatcly upon the location decided port nt LaCrosse, Wis. It is a strange coincidence that the players of . Lothbridge's .,iirBt upon. George Peat, the engineer, in profcs.sional ball team should report charge already has considerable'at the birth place of the president mudiinory on-hand. > . The directors chosen are as.- follows; ; V President-F. H. Mowbum.: -Vice-Pres.-T. D. Kevin. Secretary-treasurer-^JM. Macbeth-. Director.s--R. F. Reeve,- William Hardy, C. G. K. NoUrse^ E. H. Wilson, M- Freeman. The last named being the managing director. of, the Club, iPres.T. D. Kevin was born at LaCrosse,'Wis. KINDERGARTEN ASSURED. The number of- pupila that have been registered for"tbe proposed kindergarten department of the public school, practically assures its astab-lishment. says Principal W. A. Bann-ilton. Already seventeen have been INCLINE RAILWAY ^ The members of the Board of Trade passed a resolution last night asking' the City Council to'havo the city engineer look into tjie feasibilr ity of constructing ,and operating an, ,, . , , , . inclined railway on,both sides of the !V^^^rJ^^'^ _..... ... ___1 I the broad'smile. ItooMt^^iJieBof nl' Kwith the, warrlprsvfrom the- l�nd,0r.:Minne-haha,'Virmh the larid.df th(R llakottis who on a;Und^^eeki^| �.y 'pe(4Uipti, untfjr the suidanee'.^-jf the O.'^W.-.kerr Co. The stmggte waa on the baselwU diamond where over thn� hundred people assembled to sue the game. Nicholson and Tt.-UK were too many tor>tite visitors tor whom Bowman and^iCtaRpan hand led the artillery. Itie^tne reMa.-^l in a victory for the Jdcals by tt � close score of 8-2. NEW' JEWELLER. C. Ross Tate, who Hn announced to open up a Jewelery and wat�h re piUring establlshaMnt on Ford St., is In the city. Mr. Tate was fonmsr-iy in the jewcbry busineM with ^s father in Cranbrook.. B.C., but "is now out on his own hook. His fel low citisens describe*)iim as a bustler and deservedly popular with everj'one.- Mr. Tate docs not propose putting a very extensive stock In, at present but will devote himeelf almost, entirely to repairing. He has an eX' cellent reputation In hU native city as an expert mechanic, especially on watchea. ..A,^lt..*' I. STOREKEEPER. morning last W. . W. ^f Winnipeg, entered upon enrolled, and doubtless more will, be {His duties m stuiekeeper for the A-forthcoming. : Parents wishing to R. I., a position previously-faelrf send children to the kindergarten .'by Aid. E. A. Cuiwlnghami. Mr. NoB' should notify him at onoe. SALARIES INCREASED. river to enable people, to'come to the city to .trade.!- - ; i ; , � The Board passed some time,discussing the Mayor's proposal, to , . , . have a roadway buUt. from the old" wfthaitiaBWhU.jBCiwase-to bankhead to the comer of liaroness Calgary Mem. toro~ �>' Ed�ioi�.tlon.,!WrwagBd^ tl(a jichedule of'wages for .mietant tMdreni.- Ttit schedule calls for a minimum of f6b and Mttc,ebd roaids as an entrance to tha city. Another 'offbjil"-;-; wili;^:6e;^^^ secure a: ddy train: by neking the C. j referred back to>the Ways andMeana P. R- to con^t the Crow's Nest LOST. )|^'a gold wntch, bearing initials Committeb .'jtb suggest some, other nojtlrady 1 of . raising the necessary funda* i'his was dime, on the strength'.! o/ti'^an bne'r.[by a private individual to' iend^VSrooO at eight per cent to the Society. \ - The.flual aottloment of the matter rcata with the noembera of the Society, who -must be given a month's notiee to attend a meeting for tbis purpose.^ A. P. Walker lUM been reappointed Mtmn flM aoM Vmie. after hav. . alM flae fold ehaia. lUwart ,^ , dUtemu� of'oplnlon with I ike City C'ouaell. train. with: tlkfrtnorning^ tr&nscon' tinental at afedlfin*, H!at. ' . - -Messrs.,' R.vlondit>'d'nlbra^ith, Ees.-l-^ senden, and Freciuan are a" comtnU-' toe: appointedj to aond'lnvitatloiut�d Win-liipeg. from which-fast' plaoe.-hecemiss Itb locate hi Lethbridge. Mr. Nee-lahfl -Is a brother-in-law of -a.. J. McDiarmid. MINARD'S UNIMENTi REUEVES NEURALGIA. William Gray who waa defeated by Hon. Cbas. Hyman In the last election v-as again offered the Ooaser  yative aomiiiatioa but Ims refuapd it .' Taber is having 4. ilMJr--time oyer the iquestion: of tlA^itbwii incorpof-; atibn^vKnd-e.hictibn oi aa:vovorseor)! D. (finf bajsfc^ was electiMl' o.verseer. .but .Upon'^ike proUist' of the snpporten of J. 'J. W(ilton. the Alberta government has^dnclarod ,tb election ^illega and! has /ordorad a new-vleeClcnt.'"- �The chief point of disputo;.tiet.wein: the parties is the extent of territory to^ ;