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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta and A shipment of Curtains and Muslins patted into stock today. N has added some lxithbrluge real est n if to his A LOCAL BUDGET. you haVe a sure remedy by purchasing a box of Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea which is guaranteed to make the hens lay. For sate only by J. D. iliginbottmn 4 Cs> Family and ^Dispensing Chemists LETH BRIDGE W. C. Ives nnd D.J. Whitney have to tho w,fc is ill ttorn on February 2 of A. J. Vlncr, a son. W.-H. Virtue contractor with an attack of pleurisy. C. It. Daniel purchased two sec  lions south east of the Silver farm last Week. The Tutor Free Press is located in a building owned by J. It. Shearer of thin city. W. H. Pawson received a dollar a bushel for the seed wheat he exhibited at tho recent seed fair. J. J. Wulton of Tabcr, who claims to have turned the first sod on homestead land in thut district, was in tho cfty on Tucsduy The Alberta Realty Co. disposed of considerable North Ward proper ty during the past week, including eleven lots in block A, four lots in block C, besides, two acres A. M. McQueen informed the Her aid this week that he found his advertising in this paper so profitable that he had decidod to double his advcrlisingapace, which he hus nc ordingjy dono. Mr. McQueen says that be sells more property through the IL-rald's ad than by aoy other medium.' It p__"s to advertise and to do it well. lots on Argyle Avenue to Mr. M. It. ;|H)#Un Hft ,re ,,,.,, ,, ,.,, Cf,.. Demon of Coutts poralioh limits of Cnrdston. Cdrd town Ahram llncker has so Id a house to , , ... ...... ..,,., . , , ston is likely to be the next Spencer McCuig, who in turn sold i _ .... ., a, %. .7 . .. . .to have a real estate boom. to V. W. McOuiro. Doth transact  ions were through the McQueen �g- i Durln? th,H nnH bccn tncJ. a fast game of baseball going on . ' . . . . . at Central School, standards IV. A house and two lots on Argyle , , , , ., ..... . . . .. , . and V. being tho contestants. Lat- Avcnuc, two houses nnd throe lots , ..... .... ....... . ... r" 8,Kned- Su,tJ' �cro 0rlUircd UH" town, died on Sunday aflernoonfrom l'"8 lh,� *��- � Ibis week to Geo. IHsocock. Tuesday. Rev. F. F.. Cory olllilut  ing. F. 11. Smith, general route agent for the Dominion K.xpress Company, was in tho city on his regular trip of inspection when word cninc of cvirpentori of this city. Mr. Peacock also purchased, through Mr. McQueen, two lots and a bouse in North Ward, owned by Chan. Hal -,ard. Rev. W. T. Stackhousc, R.A., Sup- ol inspection wiici, ^ ftnd hpar Mr Svacknouse. You tho city last weok. The former solil iu|V jnvj|W| some fall wheat hero for sixty two 1 . . . and a half cents a bushel. Ills wheat I honw Mantfns to Jas. Wllletts crop last year averaged 35 bushels ,on teom � ^�*phone to the acre. The genUenwn state the |."ONl n0ur WMto�' Church on Sundarv diverted lino of tho C.P.R. between j�'t..rnoon. made a bolt bringing the hero and Macleod. will strike Rocky I bM*�' ^ ftKftlnNt lne P081 wlth 8Uf-Coulee. Mrs. Clark sold a quarter i^'0"1 ,orM lo bn'nk ott lho 'hafl8 Lo parties supposed to rep : !nnU reUnS0 h"nso,f- T,,e occupants section to parties supposed to rep - i fortunately were unlnju - - the C.P.R. recently for $5 - ' * JUST RECEIVED P. D. CORSETS Newest Styles ah  ,. ��tm l 25 to 7 00 per pair. These hare taken.Gold Medals ^W^,^StWljj.P-t- W. b.v. m*u 'r ,____ . _.,n~.rnanr1in0 this hie V aAd Diplomas woennei o�ui-.~- - _ _------w w_____ great oenfidence in rtoommeuding this liqe to our eus^mers. B.& I. Corsets, Newest Models, all sizes Ladies'Hosiery in great variety. Lisle in Black, Gm and Blue, also in opera length, Black Silk and Silk Plated, Embroidered Cashmere and Plain Cashmere in all sizes, including an eitra widthi SPECIAL-25 dozen Black Cashmere, sizes 8^,9, 9|.W ssainlett, spliced feet and heels. Remarkable Value at 25e. Children's Ribbed Hose in all sizes. WHITEWEAR, Some Special Values Ladies' Corset Covers, Chemises and Drawers, from 35c each. Gowns and Skirts, from 50o, each. v These goods will be found up-stairs, on ttrst floor. TaUphoe* 33. Prompt Delivery. Bentley Wholesale md cd. The horse ran some distance t�--foro being caught. , .j. tJ .Jamieson, superintendent of elevators for .the Alberta Pacific Kin-vat or Co. says that his company is making big preparations (or 1007. They are building no less than 20 elevutors this year along tho C. .and E. line. With tho thirty-six theynow havc, with wnrehouses^at five points the Company will be well equipped to handle a lot of grain. Tho usual church services will . be resumed on Sunday in the Uaptist Tabernacle at It a.m. and 7 p.m. Rev. W. Held, pastor, of the church will preach. In the evening the first of a series of sermons ontillcdi .'Why 1 am What 1 am." will be.delivered. Subject for next, Sunday.. " Why I am a Christian." Sunday school end Blblo Class will meet at three p'.m. All will be made welcome. . lv J. Cook, proprietor of the Eden Host Poultry Farm left on Mob day night for Edmonton to attend the Provincial Poultry Exhibition. Mr. Cook took with.him a fine collection of his choicest birds includ -ing nine Whito Plymouth Rocks, four Burred .Plymouth Rocks and 3 Buff Rocks; nine whito and six Buff Wyan dottcs; 3 brown and 4 White Leghorns and six Buff Orpingtons. Mr. I Cook hopes to bring homo many prizes and wo believe he will . T. D. Kovlu showed tho Herald, the other day, a piece of Cobalt ore from the Silver Queen mine. Cobalt. Ont.f which assays eighty-fhe per cent, silver. The Sliver Quoen property adjoins that of the Temis-caming and Hudson Bay Mining Co. ' whose stock a little over a year ago 1 was selling for forty oonts but is bow vorlh 8100 per shnro. This company paid nino thousand i>or cent dividends last year. This we consider noarly as profitable an Luthbridgo real estate. W. �t. Johbton, rancher, of Coutts is in tho city. Mrs. C. V, Bennett will not re-col vo during March. Wm. Taylor hat added another fluc team to hit draying business. Sydney Jackson is moving into the house recently vacated toy W.C. tvet. Mitt Louise Palmer of Virden it the guest of her sister Mrs. Joseph Mitchell. Mrs. Carlson of Cardston arrived In tht city on Monday on her way to Chicago. Mist Laycock~of the Raymond school staff was In the city on Sunday. Clifford McNabb was Injured yes; tcrday while stinking grata* .at the A.It. a I. machine shops. On* morning .the. local be tween this city and Calgary was again put Into commission. The Kenora Thls.tlca.have accepted vlallcnge of the Wanderers to play for the Stanley Cup on Tuesday and Thursday of next week. S. Prance,.. Thp'i. Wool ford, President 12. .i. Wood and Robt. Ibey of I Cnrdston, wei-e In the city a few I days this week. ' Mrs. Kelvor has been In from her ranch for a few days. While in the city she lias been the guest of Mrs. .). Young.and Mrs. Bruce at the Fire Hall., A. W. McVittee. Dominion . tiind surveyor, will establish an nllke in tltS^llvcflaklock in the near future. At prcsemWc Is represented by I*H. Cokcly, roxlstered nt the l^thbrldge Hotel. Missts 1.. and .1. McLeny cordlu'ly invito the ladles of Ijethhridgc and vicinity to their millinery opening on Tuesday. March 12. Miss TUncy ' of Toronto, will bo In charge nt the 'millinery department. . arrived in the city on Sunday on his way from his late home,,Victoria, B.C., to. the teat .of his duties. Mr-, over until Monday  night-gathering dntu on. labor mutters. i It was an impreaaive sightxat tho Methodist church on Sunday .after -noon when Mr. Raittoji had - fifty boys who filled the choir loft, stand. I up, nnd .them as the material, upon which, the liquor traffic works, ho ulk.ed_.the.vast nud  lotinj to consider what these boys wouid be .twenty-five years .from now j after th� liquor, trafllc . had .done its work upon them. ' Father Van Tighen wishes to an-' nounce thut Monseignor \'a.v de Vaya a distinbulshed Austrian noblainnn, Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our 1907 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. WMMWWAil,* Call _____ oarMinple.. AUpi^irkT ih__f__tV -caniaa in , stock-^-no exprasato^ pay-no 1 waiting for good*. Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the read' work, and elegantly upholstered. . , BRODIE & STAFFORD Mi A New Year Rrvda-cn il will be to you If you look *t aonis*' of our irxxlcl bathrooms where wsf'i-.-have nut Irv tubs, wash-lands, show-his and other fixtures and facilities cleanliness and comfort. We mmk� the luxury of bathing a necessity aifft- an everyday dellght'at . IKtla cokI. Ask us haw Httls. f C. W. v i1 'X'.1 J.' lO.Oi XL). Ac it >eople here. Mgr. Vuy de Vaya |� described as an eloquent preacher and an accomplished linguist. He will address teverul meetings In us many different languages. Collier's Weekly. of last, wetk remarks upon tho. fact that .last .year they received from.Medicine Hat a view showing a baseball game in progress in% January and caustically remarks that they have recelvednone  this year, and continues that last � year was evidently an exception and that Canadians made tho most of it for advertising purposes. The ' Herald is sending that puper a view ; of a ball game played here this win-ter, which we hope they will bit i good enough to publish. The east- 1 urn papers did not forget ta roport and even exaggerate the severity of ' this winter which has boon the ex- ! ception. ! Tho relativo advantages of country | and city life was the. subject of debate at the Standard IV. Literary Society meeting on Erlday. . C. Dool-ey. L. Shirley, and A. Henderson wero successful in upholding the causa of rural, life ngalqst.tito. arguments advanced, by A. I'atteton. A. N'iven, and K...Reynold*, The little girls did,surprisingly wolj in their first attempt at public speaking. /Plus pupils of Miss Furw room .united with those of standard. IV. in tuna.-, ing a union Uterary society with the following olllcers: Pres., J. Living-, stone; vice-pret., V, Moore; sec.'A. |?atte_on; Committee, J. Oliver, C. Cook and A. llcndertou. The clever, little editor, C. Sherlock, read the current numtier-of tho Auditorium, which will.appear �ext week... � We Issue Loans on Reul Eatute security, aud writ. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance in (lie most rt-lialjlo couipuiii.B. Men's Spring Hats. Splendid Assortment-Best Makers. All the Different Styles and Colors. G. H. Johnston's Millinery Opening March 12 �1 L. & J. McLeay 1241 ;