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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta -A Lace Curtail ��i A sbipmont of Cortaina and Muslins piissed into stock todey. New dainty designs in o good radge of prices..................................1.00, 1.60, 2.00, i;.60, 8.00 and 4.00 per pair Frilled Window Muslins |^i^|Sf^;y"Sd-'^�'^^ LfdCSS ^siniJBi Insertions^And Allo.vcin. All oemand spkndidTAlue. j|3l3Qf7|g 4-inch .pnre Silk Taffetta Kibbona, worth regular 26c, our price per yd. 13C* See the Range af Dress Goods We aire showing at aOt- ai�4 UUo^ pw liU �eP'*^^^ .W. K, WaUon .of Raymond ��� in the city on Wodncaday. Kov. L. W. niUley of Camwngtty won iu the city od Wednesday. .Dr. Courtlce of Staple Creek, Saak. was In the ctty on Tuesday. .T. P, Low and A. Cotierof Card-ton apent Tuasday in the city. r. C. Cook has purchased the rtwidenoe of Bobt. aeott, Redpath^ Street. J. A. Virtue is the president of the aewiyorganlfed Uaptlst Youof Peoples ..VlMoa> Dr. C. W. Sauders, Levi ISarker, 3. U. lUrrop. of Magrath,. spent Tueaday in this ctty. The mooiborti of the Curling Club arc having .their photos taken for a group. Wi M. Handford is doing the work. Calgary buyers purchased a ten ncryv lot,, south of the exhibition grounds from the C. B.. Bowman Agency. Mrs. L. O. DoVeber returned from Ottawa to MacLeod last week Ixs-uuiao of -the-a�riou8 illness of her mother, M rs. Ryan. There will Ijc a public reception of members at Wesley Church on Sunday night. A largo number are expected to unite with the church. fred flow A Co. took an �800 stock of dry goods to dispose of. An ad was placed in the Herald and the whole lot wa� cloai-od off in a week. .fo8. Allison of I^othbridgc, who has Ijeon attending Alberta' College for some months, left for home yos- Souvenir Pads b|..two sizes--ruled and unruled 20c and 3Sc each Four itttefetting pictures in each. Obod paper. J, J. JOHNSTON Druggiai and Stationer. a. A LOCAtJUDGET. Loyal Legion meets Thursddy^ afternoon at 4.15. ?WANTE�--To relit, a lour r.opnwd hoUM>.. Apply to this offlco. Mrs, Chas. Raley left on Thursday night to viait friends in Ontario. Master Robert MacKay left Sunday for a short visit to Cranbrook, where he will ^visit his (Sister. Sidney Duncan of the Southern Alberta News left Friday morning for a^hort visit to the north. Rev. J. M. Harrison who succeeds Rev, J. E. Hughson as pastor of Wealey Church was invited to Ver-Boo, B.C., but, of course, declined the invitation. The, Methodists of Medicine Hat have invited Rev. Mr. Neil of Newmarket to supply their pulpit when Rev. J. M. Harrison leaves next July to come to Lethbridge. Among the new real estate and insurance iinna that have recently opened up in Lethbridge is that of Garrett and Peterson. Messrs C. F. Oarrett and C. B. Peterson, who make up the firm are both ICalgary men and being wide-awake, hustling young moo wilt secure their share of the prosperity that this city enjoys Their oflicea are in the Oliver Block. When eggs are aearse and dear, you have a sure remedy by purchasing a-box of Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea which is guaranteed to make the hanil^y. Foriale^oulyl^r J. D. flithibodMiii Faaily and Dispansinn^-iPiMniata LBTHBBIDGiS. Taker has excellent prospects of a flour mill. A. W. Hings wasin CalfCiry the end of last week. Rev. J. W. Herbert and C. ailbert of Rocky Coulee were io the city on Monday. A new three storay hotel is to be erected in Taber by Piper Bros, of Stettler, Alta. Dave Conn came down from Lund-breck, Alta., to take a poaitipn in the A.n. & I. colliery. FOR SALE-Dlue Sitam Spring Wheat, guaranteed pur� and free from at, noxious weeds. Apply E. C. Jtainea or call �t elevator. Among the transfers sf netioned by the Methodist church was-that of Rev. -J. E. Hughson, B.A., from the Alberta to the Hamilton ;eonterence. A. Macdonald. head of the firm of A. Macdonald A Co. wss tho defeated Liberal candidate in North Winnipeg in the Manitoba proyineial elections. The Enterprise luinber contpany of this city has purcliaaod the lumber business of J.E. Brooks '4t Co. at High River. Geo. E. Mack and J. Ucwie are in charge. The Masons of Plncher Creek are erecting a two storey hrll 84x64, with -a -full basement. .W. F. Ruascll, tawnaite agent of Taber, was in the city on Friday on Uii return .from Edmonton. W.J. aallUord of Red Deer, until recently in charge of the Bell Tele-.phuna acrvice here, was in the city a few days. Mr. and Mrs Naviu of Medicine Hat, came up Sunday afternoon, to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J,. Klenny. Miss ::I>izcie Kinni burgh is in Taljer clerkiiig in Sage's book store, while Miss Sage who is in charge there, ia atM., :Mta. H. Can�bell:9rd, vice-pres., Mrs. C. R. Daniel; 4th vice-, 'pres., Mi^a.Schweitser; ;5th vice-pres. Mrs. W. Jordan: Itoc.-Sec., Mr. Xionghurst; Cpr. Sec., E. W. Kingston; Treaa., B. B. Hoyt. The feature of the former part of the ntact-ing was an addreas on the Christian Uto, by Mr. Palmer. The meeting :WSS enthusiastic and augers well for the future of the League. Senator De Velwr is expaeted beck lief ore Eaatei;. The Lethbridge Iron Works arc in-atalling their new two ton ladle. John Adair, a rancher of the Little Bow, ia a guest at tht Windsor. U. W. Cox of Stratford, Oat., vho has bseu laaUUlng th� macbinsn^.ln ihs nsw Hour mill at Macleod, spsnt:^ Wednesday in t^s ci^y on his way way asst. U. C. Hall, a prominsat.stockman of the boundary iinS, made a buai -neas trip to Lethbridge thia week.. H� reporta alb* looking pretty rough in that vicinity. E; Tanner-of Stettler, Alta., pasa-ed through town on Monday, going to Conrad, Mont., intoading to bring up the remainder of his ef-iecta as soon as spring opens up. Mr. Larned, proprietor of the Grand HojUil, Great Falls, Mont., poased through the city on his way to Calgary on Wednesday. He intends slaying over a few days on hia return. Thos. Underwood, President of the Baptist Convention of the North West was in the city ,on Wedpesday, accompanied^ by the Rev. m. Ti Stackhouse, superintendent, and C. C. McLaurin, general .miaaionary pf the aame convention. At the Supreme Court sittings last week William Taylor was given six months in the barracks for trying to get some of his sister's money out of the bank by improper methods. D. C. McKay was acquitted of the charge of theft. A telegram announced � A. M. tcrday for n short holiday.-F.dmon-: McQueen that Mrs. Ferguson of WiSr- lon Bulletin. jton, Ont., Mrs. McQueen's mother, lJuilding permits huve liecii issued had died lust Friday. Mrs. McQueen to Thos. residence. Harrison I'ur an St,800 on Uartlutt St. and to hud left on Thursday night's train and arrivwl o�;ly in llni� for the H. v. Croplcy for aresidence on funeral. P. D. CORSETS - Newest Styles M;prioaa,finm 1.26 to 7.00 par pair. These have taken Odldlfcdala MM Diploma* wherever exhibited for a good many yeui.(pat. W� ham. giieat Mnfidenoe in ncommending this lue- to iOinr roiMtomtai. B. & I. Corsets, Newest Modelsi all si^es iBla*,:�lio OMbmara {ladiea* Hosiery in great Tarietj. Li�lejn 3]aok,,Onir ai Silk Platadv pml in^opanJ^i^i^ BhusklBilk _ nd Plain Oashmere iu all sizes, including an �ztm width. QPSCULr-^doaen Black Gaabmsi�. siies 8^, 9,9^. le, ssmbIsm. splioed feet and heels. Remarkable value at 26c. Obildranis Sibbed Hose in all sii^. WHITEWEAR, Some Special Valiies LadiesVOoraet Covers, Clhemisss and J>nw^,Kbm1ll^'miiik. Obwns and Skirts, from GOc. each. Thess good* will be fonnd qp>staira,(onifiwltflaor. TsI��Imm 39. Wholesale and fieltail. Bompas Street costing 91,000. A quiet marriage ..ceremony was performed last Friday evening at No. 3, when John McTaggart was wedded to Farquhar Easton. Rev. W. Reid, Baptist minister officiated. E. Lynn and A. Welch, both ranchers from the north of town are in after lumber and supplies. Tbey say all the ranchers are wearing a broad smile as they think of the bumper crops they will raise this season. A meeting of the local W.. C. T. U. will he held aii dFridigr aiternooa .at three o'clock ,at the house of .Mrs. Humphries nocth of, Tallra�.d track. All women cor0ial:y invited to be present. Oliver's HiilL which .for qociany years huM served as an Opera House will' shortly be changed into a store Ijlock. C. J. E*il6rm expects to shortly g(j,t .jAaict�^;^ dPrJ^-- dii te opera house.: The town of Frank beard the pound of the chucch going bell for the first time last Sunday. The Union church of which Rev. J. B. Francis is pastor, used their beii then (or the first time. O. B. Oren, the eye specialist at Wright's Jewelery Store, who was expected to viait Rayinond, Taber and Cardston this months cannot do so, owing to his many appointments and will make these towns- next month sure. Mrs. O. Johnston, mother of J.J. Johnston, who has been ill in , the hospital here for some time, left for her homo, north .of C.algar>' ,on Sa.turda.v. Her daughtqr. Miss Johnr ston, who was visiting here, accompanied her. F. O, Norton,-who was. in the real estate.buaineaa here laf^t fall returnr cd Tuesday night, having ..spent ,tho time ibet,we�n in Seattle And iVancou-. vcr. Mr. Norton is ihero -to .disppsor of the .reuminder of-his hoildinga iu)d Pick up some of the good -thinga going. On Triday with volumna of amoke 'puri>o8^1y cauaed iby janitor Oxlaad,' the pupils of the Central School filed out in good order in twenty-two seconds,, which, is a splendid record. The pupils were ^quit� calm thougli the smoke was too thick to see through ,in some-places. Jas. Fiske of Lethbridge, arrived here last Friday on a viait to his sister, Mrs. Hamilton. Mr. Fiske says .Lethbridge is booming .and the citiricns thci� have great hopes for its fptunsi He.may remo.va ^to Vaar couver soma time this year.-Oka-' toka Review. The special offarta -to- pay off (hS-debt cn the Baptist Tabsmaela was not put forth.: during the .Rswivai: meetings. Nor, however, the > con-gragatiqn .is busy and hopes to :W tree from debt soon. About .$600 is needed. Any subscriptions will be gladly received by tits Mrs. Fletcher and Miss Mary Scott, assisted Hon. Mr. Scott in his duties, and the gussta invited were^H'On. R. Danduivnd, speaker of the 'Senate, and Madaow Dsndurand, Hon. Mr. and Mrs.. KIrefeheffer, Hodi Mr. and Mrs. Ryley, Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson. Hon. Mr. s/id Mrs. Be Vebar of St. JAhn, N.8., Hon. Mr. and Mrs. MceOsagor and-Hon: Mr. MacKsen.-Toronto Saturday' aitht.- R. y. aibbons of Calgary, with two lowl .(Inanslera has organised the Lethbridge Financial and Realty Co. The company will do a general real estate, insurance, and loan business. Theiroffices .ace in the Ott block and their ad is in .the�erald. SCHOOL EXTENSION. At a special meeting of the school board on Tuesday night, the sites Slid; propwty- commUuw;v!*n^� In -structed 4dise eaSQW. stock-no espisssto pay-BO waiting fnr .goods.-.'.. Bftby Carriaget ^ We have jast received a shipment of CARRIApjES, GO-CARTS aud CARRIERS. Pretty designs in. the lead work, and elegantly upholstered. A Satisfactory Revdatlcn^ if. will i,e to you if you look at soisir^ of our model bathrooms wisst* have put irj tubs, wasbataads,; sb6ir^% .ers and othor fixtures and feciltftiiti fir cloanlmess and coinrort. Vnaks'^ the luxury of t^tWs^i a BiicssaM^r^^^ and an everyday ds^gMaf litiW^> cost. Ask us how^lHitls. C. W. cRAY 9� Notia io lUtf. P�y#rt For the information of rate ipayass! intending, to petition the. City .Council for si^e .walks. I have be^n^ ip-Btructed to turnifh Ahe -followintg .Ip--formation as to coat. Plank walk 4 ft. wide, estimated cost 30 cents |ie� lineal foot. Cement walk 5 ft. wide, estimated coat $1.10 per lineal foot. Where curb and gutter are included 8l.aa.:per lineal foot. Cement walks 12 ft. wide, inctudr, ing curti and gutter f2.64 per lineal foot. By Order, C. B. 1K)WMAN. Sec.-TroaiiB. Lyceum Course LAST NUMBER HviioiiousLtarimiit The peer of Bin Nye. The fonaiaat philosopher on the platform. Saturday! Mar. 16 at 8 J5 Wesley Adn^issipn, T^e. snd,60p. Plan at Higinbotham's'Stors.' Apprentices & Improvers FOB TH� Dresimakii^Dfpartmeiit AT THI REAL ESTATE Have lor thia ,fre�li: JJolaJ* TiiMi^ Addittoa, $75 �|ich,JuOf �f^M^ ABCcS Mid 6 moatha 0 Joila iad fhMk la McKiilop Addition. $650 7 lota oa Loadon Road, |2,I00 Slott^ east of Barraclia, $800 5 acfta^ 2 odka aoutK, at $275 per acre.. 10 aerca, I mile aorth of Post Office. $1,250 par .acre  90 aeret toutK of Fair Grounds, $235 per aere; We also have .aoine nice homes, raagiag fnMi $1,300 to $7,000 Call and Inspect. We Issue Loans ou Real Estate security, and write Fire, Life and Accident Insurance hi the most reliable compauies. i 11 i t ' '.o'o.o.oTi) 11.' < ston's NEW GOODS Opening To-Day I sTons: New Spring Millinery L. McLeay itontim 11H wi I wii!�tf riiiif MMiiji ;