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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta  m m mm NEW SPRING New Dress Muslins and -:- Delaines It It well T-orth your while to see our display of Spring and Summer DrcM Muslina and I>elajnes, in white and colored ground, in stripes, dots and fancy floral designs, comprising ail the latest ideas and colors raoglng in price Irom XZic to 60c. per yard. Ladies Ready-to-Wear Hats Coaprlaing � neat assortment of ladies street hats, at prices to suit your purss. From 12.00 to $8.00. Latest shipment of Pattern Hats expected daily from the fashion eentrs for Caster. . Whitewepr Spe cial Women's Night Gowns, 75 cents. Made of fine white cotton, with lace around the sleeves and neck, tucked yoke effect. Full sizes. Special 75 cents. Ladies Springr Coa/^s Every lady should see our big showing of titi>to-date spring coats, In all the latest styles and ciothsi including cravenette and mlxedtwee�is Prices fS.SO to ilO.OO. . ' ' ' � ..... J � � �� '" �, New Mueflfe 3^c)use& Lo^y new Huslin Blouses direct/rom the mills, beautiful embroidered fronts, with long'and short slitoves. All sices. Pric^ from 7Se to $4. Childrens' Silk and Muslin Hats and Bonnets, a beautiful showing of children's headwear, soma made of silk and others of embroidery and mtisUii. >AU lovely goods, from 35 cents'to IS.aS. Ladies Neck^ Just in by express, ladies wash collars and belts, automobile scarfs, and recchlugsi A large assortment to choose from at easy prices. U......MM..........MM.....Mlnn....M..M...M...........M.MM...............,,**>��,(ii,i.........M.M.M................�...............nilM��t jChoice JLots : Rivervicw : These are f beautifully  located and : afford  an excellent : \ le : Prioe $300  each. Half cash,  balance in : 4 months. I � m I A LOCAL BUDGET. Altarta Lands aad Lsthbridgs Propwptisa. '39om 1, Sonthbid Blodk . �' I PhoM 128. M^nmamutmt, . awa. Step>ih� train at Milk River for wl6i'�Uvir,ttna^r his tongus," Judge SiftoB and party returned from Cardstpn lost night: Frank Cusmon of Spring Couliee spent a couple of days In the city this week. J. R. Dake of Swift Current, Sask. passed through town on Tuesday, for the south. Among the patients received at the Oalt Hospital are Mrs. J. P. Low and Mrs. S. France, both of CardstoB. Extensive alterations are in progress in O. H. Johnston's store, which will greatly Improve these premises. Roy Davidson of Sutmnerbury. Sank., has wired his acceptance of the position offered him on the teach ing staff here. The big sale at Wright's Jewelery Store starts Saturday the 16th and will last for ilfteen days. Store open till 10 p.m. every night. Settljrsars beginning to come ali ready. At tho immigration Hall are several families from Dakota, vho are going north of the Little Dow. Hev. A. M. Oordon is expectedback from Vancouver on Saturday. He is gathering up some new ideas on church architecture while on his trip. ' ... Thos. Woolford, the well-known Cardston farmer, passed through the city on bis way back from Edmon -ton, where he was attending, the Seed Grain Fair. Sam Crahb, secretary of the local Trades and Labor Council leaves to attend the adjourned meeting of the convention of the coal mdne opera  tors and miners. Rev. T. C. Buchanan, Methodist Superintendent of mJssions, came to the city Monday night but left the next train to attend the funeral of Rev. F. Langford at Calgaiy. In tho photo competition of the Poultry Advocate of Petrolea, Ont., open to the world, the. Old Chief Poultry Yards won second , place,- A photo of a pair of White Rhcks com-fpeted. The photo was made by W. Handford of this city. Revs. W. T. Stackhouse and C. C. UcLaurin, addressed a good congregation in the Baptist Tabernacle on Wednesday evening on the subject, "Missions in Western Ctinada ^ The offering - taken for Borne Missions amounted to 168.00. : Rev, W. Raid will preach in the Baptist Church on Sunday at 11, a. in.i aBdri-SO p.m. Momihg subject, VOhrJtfs Test for Christians." Even- Robt. Todd, a Lethbridge old timer died at EiJinonton this week. W. B. Dobbin retiirned yesterday from .a business trip to Spokane Wunh. ~' W. Oliver is putting on addition to his planing mill to be used for o warehouse. Bruce Beagle of Rose Butte is in the city to-day driving one ol his fiery teams of horsesr It is understood that the New Provincial Jail to be constructed here will cost 50,000 before completed. Railway oflicials announce that the law compels them to cease running trains on Sundny between Edmon -ton and Calgary; Thos, J. Simons, lately of the A. R. & I. ofllces and P. W. Bawden of tho Bonticy eo. have formed a partnership and intend stoj'ting up a real estate and insurance business in Taber. W. J. Oalliford. formerly manager of tho Bell TqIo|)1ioiic Co. at Leth -bridge, has been transferred from IL�combo to Winnipeg. H.W. Fairllo also formerly of Lethbridge becomes manager at Lacombe. " Settlers of the right sort are coming across tho line. There is one at Coutts now on his. way from Montana to Millet, Alta., with three carloads of stock including twenty-two pure bred HerefSrds. W. D. Whitney returned t)n Wednesday from a three months trip to Ontario. Mrs. Whitney, who accompanied him, returned a week ago Sunday. They visited in Toronto, London, Gananoque, and other Ontario points. . X fonged check, supposed to bo an A.K. & I. pay check, was worked oil on the 2 Macs the other doy. Upon iufurmation furnished; by Mr. McICelvio, V the suspected man was coon arrested by the police,, but as he could not bo positively idenjified t^ecass -^as dropped. The amount of the check was about 930. E^ C. Uaines, who is in charge of the elevator here, told tho -Herald tbt^t ho has purchased about fSO,-0^0 bushels of grain hero and 30,000 busholy at other points this season. The last crop is. not nearly all marketed yet, much of it being not thVeshoU yet. At Cardston  alone, h^ estimates there are 70,000 bush -els yet to bo marltetcd. "The SPledioi^tli^'the AlbertaLeg-islature; of W. A.vBuchanan as pro' vinclal librarian,.;charged with the duties of establishing pullic librsir-ies througijOut the prpyinoe isa very e.vccllent one. Mr. Buchanan is a very vigorous young tnan.^viell qualified for the position to which he has Ijeen appointed. The,, only objection that con be offered to the appoint ment is that it will rob Alberta of one of its'^brightest newspaper men. -The Albertari. "W. A. Buchanan, editor and proprietor, of the Lethbridge Herald, has been spending some days in Edmonton, Mr. Buchanan is relinquishing newspaper work, having accepted the post of provitacial librarian^ He is one of the best all round Journalists in the country, in the east being city editor of the Toronto Telegram and managing director of the St. Thomas Journal. The Lethbridge Herald, he has, since taking hold of it a little over a year ago, nutde one of the best weeklies in the west. He is a man of broad inter-e^rits and the government is to be warnily congratulated on having enlisted his services in the important worl: which he will be called upon to pertcirm."-Edmonton News. JUNIOU LACROSSE. A junior lacrosse team was organized a few night ago. The following olllcers were elected to guide the club: Hon. Pres.-Geo. Rogers. Pres.-T. A, Preston. - Vice-Prcs.-W.. Sinclair. Secrctury^H.. Kinniburgh. Trcaauier^W. McKenzie. : CoRimitteo-B. McKay, W. Eton, P. Sick. � ' -~~ �'i^sidcnt Roosevelt is already ranging for guides and acconunodat-i(Ai for a two months' bunting ex-ptiditlon in Southeastern Kootonay , ui, th<^ close of his prbstdcnt^iai tort!fii I'll* managers of th�:Southern,rAl�Jf iHtrta Land Company are starting .diji^ctly on their .^irrigatl6n project nvar Medicine Hat.. ThO: main': ditch will be sixty miles long taking wat-(ron Bow River. (, "RuiiAlng Rabbitt*' the mpll known Indian' Chief from Eagle Ribs, Montana, spent a few days In the city Jest week renewing old acquaint -^nccs. Running Rabbitt and Oeqrgw Uouk used. to own and operate the famous stage line.running out of Brownipgi Montana, away, back in the .sixties. "Running Rabbitt". is very much impressed with''Lethbridge and while hero has invested In Lethbridge real ^wtate..^ 1%. leavef Monday for - Ma gdmu ftt Eagilb Ribs, Montana.. J, B,"'Ciine'who' invented a rail-Joint which a fa.000,000 Spokane firm is now Bmutufacturing: la Uviag la povsrtjr. Wh.te Leghorns, 1st and Snd. hen; and and 8rd pullet, and a special. Brown lisghoms, 1st, hen. Buff Orpington, 1st puUst; 8rd cock; and a special. , ... Buff Plymouth Rock. 1st and SnT hon.' � , - Buff Wyandotte, and cock; 1st and and. ,hen; Isi and and,. pullet. White Plymouth Rocks," 1st cock; 1st. hen; and and 8rd, coeherel. White Wyandottea, and i^let; 8rd cock.- � ,.. Barred Plymouth Itock, trd, eocl^ ONE ON. CAP. IRWIN. lltat was one OB/.Captain Inrini He was out riding.- with' Frsd Tur' nor, and abu'nch. ot Magrathers. Turning to Fred, he said, "What kind of tobacco is that you are smoking?" Fred replied. "Pretty good stuff T and B." 'rit Mnells rotten," said the Captain. They went along a littlefarthsr sind the Captain repeated his romaric. -A third.time hs used the words, "It smells rotten." On, arlsinf - from his s�at. the Captain discovered that the cushion was on' firs and the smotiK doring leather had created the' obnoxious smsll.. The Captain, in ah andeavor to strlka a match, had left the burning sulphur underneath his coat tali. Tha Joka was certainty on hiBt.<--lla(raiUi:.PIpne9f^,,.^ .'.; YOU UKE It 7////////' YOU M not a shocflaafcer, w thet^i fio need of going Into an analysis of the construction of the'^oeenQttalttT* Shoe. But the fact tenuini that tt satisfies over two million weaten. Th'ey Incw they lilce it) thatit gives ittyIs to the foctf that it gives comfoft the first dav worn. And that it enough. It holds its shape longer than other ready made shoes becaiiseit /tfs. Yet the enormous business done on. ^ueen QtMt hy^ Shotis keeps the prices moderate. FredGow&Co. ^,00 $3,S0 $4.00 jd �J Qlasises Neffl�ct to bav� them pipperljr examined may cause a (ife-time ol abirrov aiul reghit. ' tSmall disorders kiow more serious every davr There is satisfaction in knowing for aure that your eyes OREN, the eye speoialist, the only one in Southern Alberta, at R: A. WRIiGfHT'S Jcwek^^^ Store. The place wber�4 Watch work is done right. GOT FOUR MOXTHa. MINARD'S UNDflBNT RDUaVXI KBinULOU. A'mau'iiamed Cory,' who hailstrom Maelebd, !;'tried :jto do the farmers round Lacombe, Ponoka and Morn-iaf sldtiiiQut of soma of their good money by. giving smooth talk in exchange. Judge: Bcott at Wetosklwin. decided^ l^wi^^^ that lis should earn hii^'-living aiad gitve him four months with hard labor In Calgary ICCfABO'S UMnODirT CVBM GUN CLUB ELECT OFFICERS. Tha Gun Club at; tha^r annual ;. meeting elected the Vollowlng ofBeers: Hon. Pres.-O. A. Magrath. Pwsldent-T. Phalr. : Bec-Treas-T. McNabb. Jr. Dlreetora-J. C. Llvingstoije/Wm. Olivsr, T. McNabb eir, lL:1(�lthw^^ r. Sick. " The tni shoot of the asaaon wilU^ take plact en tha Iwt Wiilassisr �� ^ 55 ;