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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta j NEW SPRING GOODS New Dress Muslins and -:- Delaines -:- It li well vorth your white to see our display of Spring nml Summer Dress Muslins and Delaines, In white and colored ground, in stripes, doU and fancy floral designs, comprising nil the latest ideas and colors ranging in price from 12Jc to 60c. per yard. T Ladies Ready-to-Wear Hats Comprising a neat assortment of ladles street hats, at prices to suit your purse. From $2.00 to 93.00. Latest shipment of Pattern Hats expected dally from the fashion c*ntr� lor Easter. . Whiteweex Spe cial Women's Night Gowns, 75 cents. Made of fine white cotton, with laco around the sleeves and neck, tucked yoke effect. Full sizes. Special 75 cents. Ladies Spring Coats Every lady should see our big showing of up-to-date spring coats, In all the latest styles and cloths, including cravenetto and mlxodtweeds Prices 95.60 to $16.00. New Muslin Blouses Lovely new Muslin Blouses dlrect/roin the mills, beautiful embroldor-cd fronts, with long'and short sleeves. All sizes. Prices from 75c to $4. Childrens' Silk and Muslin Hats and Bonnets Bats and Bonnets, a beautiful showing of children's hoadwear, some made of silk and others ol embroidery and muslin. -All lovely goods, from 33 cents to $3.35. Ladies Neckwear Just In by express, ladles wash collars and belts, automobile acarfs, and recchings. A largo assortment to choose from at easy prices. c r e8t weeklies In the also formerly of Lvthbridgo liecotues manager at tacombo. Settlers of the right sort are coming across the line. There is ono at Coutts now on his way froia Montana to Millet, Alta., with three carloads of stock including twenty-two pure bred Ifereforda. W. D. Whitney returned rm Wednesday from a three months trip to Ontario. Mrs. Whitney, who accompanied him, returned a week ago wist. Hn is a man of broad inter  e�ts and tho government is to be warmly ccngrntulatod on having on-listed his survices in tho Important work which ho will lie called upon to perform."-Edmonton Kows. Sunday. They visited in Toronto, ielub: JUNIOR LACROSSE. A Junior lacrosse team was organ ized a few night ago. The following oUlcers were elocted to guide the London, Ounanoque, and other On- Trades and Labor Council loaves to .tario points, attend tho adjourned meeting of the I X fongod check, supposed to bo W.R VKALER IK convention of the coal mine opera -tors and miners. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, Methodist Superintendent of missions, came to an A.11. & I. Pay check was worked oiT on the 2 Macs tho other day. Upon information furnished by Mr. McKelvlo. tho suspected man was tho city Monday night but loft tho arrested by tho police, but us next train to attend the funeral of i�� could not bo positlvoly Identified 'thecass was dropped. The amount of tho check was about $30. E. C. lUlnos, who is in charge of Rev. F. Longford at Calgary. In tho photo competition of the Poultry Advocate of Petrolea, Ont open to the world, the Old Chlof I tl�� debtor hero, told tho Herald I Poultry Yards won second placo, A jtlmt �� 1,08 Purchased about 50.-photo of a pair of White Rucks com- bushels of train hero and 30,000 Hon. Pres.-Geo. Rogers. Pres.-T. A. Preston. Vito-Pres.-W, Sinclair. Secretary-U. Klnnlburgh. Treasurer-W. McKenzie. Committee-B. McKay, w ston, F. Sick. Manager-E. Fraser. Captain-li. Da vies. Tho boys expect to got a Junior leaguu formed among tho towns in Southern  Alberta. John AN OLD TIMER. Provincial Poultry Show. Of the five hundred birds on exhibition at the Provincial Poultry Show held In Edmonton last week, about sixty came from Lethbridge. The Minister of Agriculture highly commended the excellence of the Lethbridge oxhibit and the pluck of the exhibitors- As wilt be seen ly tho list below, the lion's share of tho prizes came this way. Tho Judge, Goo. Wood, of Louise Bridge, Winnipeg, was eminently satlsfac -tory. doing his work by the score card system. The displays of Plymouth Rocks, Loghoms, Orpingtons and Wyandotte* were particularly fine. The list of Lethbridge prises is as follows: J. Philips. Silver Wyandottes, 1st and 8rd, pullets, Ooldon Wyandottes, 1st cock; 1st hen. W. Carter. White Leghorn, 8rd, cockerel. Old Chief Poultry Farm. White Plymouth Rock, 2nd cock; Snd and 3rd, hen. Eden Rest Poultry Farm. Wh.te Leghorns, 1st and 2nd, hen; 2nd and 3rd pullet, and a special. Brown Leghorns, 1st, hon. Buff Orpington, 1st pullet; 3rd cock; and a special. Buff Plymouth Rock, 1st and 3rd hen.' Buff Wyandotte, 2nd cock; 1st and 2nd, hen; 1st and 2nd, pullet. WW to Plymouth Rocks, 1st cock; 1st, hen; 2nd and 3rd, cockerel, Whito Wyandottes, 2nd pullet; 3rd cock.   Barred Plymouth Rock, 3rd, cock, � �� �'� ONE ON CAP, IRWIN. That was one on Captain Irwin} He was out riding with Fred Turner, and abunch of Magrathers. Turning to Fred, he said, "What �Boom!, 8*0* Bb* 1 L^"T1� � � � clL'iri"'"- ^'�- ^1 J?JZ �2**5! Phone 122. LBTrTnnrtejg, ALTA. McLauriu, addressed a good congregation in tho Baptist Tabornaciu on Wodnosday evening on tho subject, "Missions in Western Canada.*' The offering taken for Home Missions amounted to 903.00. !tSrgfgr*. ..i^stj hov, w. Reld will preach in the Stop the train at Milk River for Btt�jt,�*1 on 8undf Rt " a' B * * *f at., and 7..30 p.m. Morning subject, Christ's Test for Christians." Evon- A Door." The Sun - J",pan with sliver under his tongue," *-t"*a� the order'given the south train '\ng subject, i. i'*,pp' Tnjwfcyf. Ti}o,tmi� stopped and day School and Bible jDlass moots at ' ^nifikitii lip a man with a silver un- three o'clock, and the B. Y. P. V. "''yj^'^hii "thumb" nail. Nobody said'on Monday evening at 8 p.m. A" All services. hq estimates there aro "6,000 bush els yet to be marketed. -*- 5n�s. Running Rabbitt and Oeorge *ent tt,on|f ft UiUo �nd the president Roosovelt is already at^ ranging tor guides and accommodation for a two months' hunting expedition in Southeastern Kootonay alj thd oloso of his prosldontlal tornj'i ji'he managers of tho Southorn A*li�| bdrtft Land Company ore starting dtrectly on their irricatlon project near Modlclno Hat. Tho main ditch will be sixty miles long taking water from Bow River. liouk used to own and operato the famous stage line running out of Browning, Montana, away back in tho .sixties. "Running Jiabbitt" is very much impressed with Lcthbridgo and while hero has invested in Lethbridge real pstate. He louvog Monday for his homo at Eitglo Ribs, Montana. J. B. Cllne who invented a rail-Joint which a $2,000,000 Spokane Orm is now manufacturing is living in poverty. Captain repeated his remark. A third time he used the words, "It smells rotten." On arising from his seat, the Captain discovered that the cushion was on fire and tho smouldering leather had created the obnoxious smell. The Captain, In an endeavor to strike a match, bad left the burning sulphur underneath his coat tail. The Joke was certainly on him.-Magrath Plonoqrl � MINARD'8 LINIMENT RELIEVES KB01ULGM. YOU LIKE It YOU arc not � shoemaker, so there's no need ol going into an analysis of the construction of the "Queen Quality" Shoe. But the fact remains that it satisfies over two million wearers. Th'ey know they like it) that it gives style to the foci) that it gives comfort the lint day worn. And that it enough. It holds its shaoe longer than other ready made shoes because it fits. Yet the enormous business done on "Queen Qual. ity" Shovs keeps the prises moderate. Fred Gow & Co. $3X0 S3.S0 $4.00 't.-i////// Glasses in Time Saves Sight Neglect to have them properly examined may cause a life-time ol sorrow ami rogwt. Small disorders grow more serious every day. There is satisfaction in knowing for sure that your eyes are all r ght. WE CAN TELL YOU. OREN, the eye specialist, the only one in Southern Alberta, at R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. The place whew Watch work ie done right. COT POUR MONTHS. A man named Cory, who hailsfrom Maalood, tried to do tho farmers around Lacombo, Ponoka and Morning side, put of some of their good money by giving smooth talk in ox-change. Judge Scott at Wetoskiwin, decided*, however, that he should earn his living and gave him four months with hard labor in Calgary Jail. ' MINARD'8 UNIMXKT �muff, m%. CURBS OUJJ CLUB ELECT OFFICERS. The Oun Club at their annual mooting elected the following ofneers: Hon. Pres.-0. A. Magrath. President-T. Phalr. Bec.-Treas.-T. McNabb, Jr. Directors-J. C. Livingstone^ Win. Oliver, T. McNabb Sr., R. Withers,*" r. sick. The first shoot of the season will take place on the first Wednesday ta May. ;