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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MMMMMi IIIIIIIIIHII Lace Curtains and A �hipmont of Curtains ond Muslins passed into stock today. New dainty designs in n good radge of prices ..................................1.00, 1.50, 2.01), .2.50, 8.00 and 4.00 per pair Frilled Window Muslins fSt^Jp^J^^^^^ L&CGS Edgings, Insortions,ond A Hovers. All new and splendid value. RibbOnS "*"'ncn P"re ^''k Tnffetta Ribbons, worth regular 25c. our price per yd. |5C� See the Range of Dress Goods We are showing at 50c and UOu per yard, all uew. stock. A. Macdonald was u welcome caller at the Herald office Tho High School Literary Society meeting wus In the hands of the girls last week, and a very credit -able programme was rendered. The Society adopted light bluo centre with white borders as tho .school colors. A committee was appointed to secure the ribbon and badges. There wero about fifty present at the Epworlh League meeting on Monday night. As several of the old officers wero unable to hold ofneo logger, a new stuff was elected as follows: Hon. Pres.. Rev. .1. E. Uughson, B. A.; Pres.. W. Jordan: 1st vicA-Pres., Jos. Benton; 2nd vice Pn*.. Mts. 1'. M. Campbell;8rd vice-pres., Mrs. C. R. Daniol; 4th vice-pres., Miss Schiraluer; 5th vlcc-pres. Mrs. W. Jordan: Roc.-Sec, Mr. Longhurst; Cor. Sec., K. W. Kingston; Treas., n. 11. Hoyt. Tho feature of tho formor pnrt of the meeting wus an addross on tho Christian Life by Mr. Palmer. Tho meeting | was enthusiastic and augers well for j the future of tho League. W. X. Watson of Raymond was ip the city on Wednesday. Rev, L. W. Ridley of Carmengay was lu the city on Wednesday. Dr. Courtlce of Mapje Creek, Sask. was in the city on Tuesday. J. P. Low and A. Cosier of Card* ston spent Tuesday in the city. F. C. Cook has purchased the residence of Boot. Scott, Redpath Street. J. A. Virtue Is the president of the uowlyorganited Baptist Young People's Union. Dr. C. W. Sanders. Levi Itarkcr, S. II. Harrop of Magrath, spent Tuesday in this city. The members of the Curling Club are having thoir photos taken for a group, W. M. Hundford is doing the work. Culgury buyers purchased a ton acre lot, south of tho exhibition grounds from tho C. B. Bowman Agency. Mrs. L. O. DoVelier returned from Ottawa to MacLeod Inst week be-viuso of the serious lllnoss of her mother, M rs. Ryan. There will be � public reception of members at Wcsloy Church on Sunday night. A largo number aro ex-pectod to unite with the church. Froil Oow A Co. took an 8800 slock of dry goods to dlsposo of. An ad was placed In tho Herald and tho whole lot was cleared off In n week. Jos. Allison of l.nlhbridgo. who hns  born attending Alberta College ! for some months, left for home yes- j tcrday for a short holiday-Edmonton Bulletin. i Building permits huv�> been Isnuod hud died last Friday. Mrs. McQueen to Thus. Harrison for an $1,800  hud left on Thursday night's train j residence, on lhmtott St. and to i and arrived oily In tlmo for the H. V. Cropley for aresldence on funeral. R. V. Gibbons of Calgary, with two local financiers has organised the Lethbridgo Financial and Realty Co. The company will do a genera) real estate, Insurance, nnd loan business. Their offices ace in the Ott block and their nd is In the llerald. Senator Be Votwr is expected back before Easter. The Lethbridgn Iron Works arc Installing their new two ton ladlo. John Adair, a rancher of the Little Bow, is a guest at the Windsor. II. W. Cox of Stratford, Ont., who hns usou Installing the machinery in the new dour mill at Macleod, spent Wednesday in uklt clj.y on his way way asst. II. C. Hall, a prominent stockman of the boundary I Ins, made a busl -ness trip to Lethbridgo this week. He reports slbsfc looking pretty rough in that vicinity. E. Tanner of Stettler, Alta., passed through town on Monday, going to Conrad, Mont., Intoading to bring up the remainder of his effects as soon as spring opens up. Mr. Lurned, proprietor of the Grand Hotel, Great Palls, Mont., passed through the city on his way to Calgary on Wednesday. He intends slaying over u few days on his return. Thos. L'ndorwood, President of the Baptist Convention of the North West was in the city on Wednesday, accompanied by tho Rev. W. T. Stackhouso, superintendent, nnd C. C. McLaurin, general missionary of the same convention. At tho Supreme Court sittings last week William Tay!>r was givon six months In tho barracks for trying to get some of his sister's money out of tho bank by Improper methods. I�. C. McKay was acquitted of the charge of theft. A telegram announced to A. M. McQueen that Mrs. Ferguson of Wlar-Ion, Ont., Mrs. McQueen's mother, Jllompas Street costing 81,000 A quiet marrkago .ceremony was performed lost Friday evening at No. 3, when John McTaggart was wedded to Farquhar Easton. Rev. W. Reid, Baptist minister officiated. E. I�ynn and A. Welch, both ranchers from the north of town aro in after lumber and supplies. They say [all the ranchers arc wearing abroad i smile as they think of the bumper 'crops they will raise this season. A meeting of the local W. C. T. U. will be held *n Friday afternoon at three o'clock at the house of Mrs. Humphries north of railroad track. All woman cordial y Invited to be present. Oliver's Hull which for many years hns served as an Opera House will shortly bo changed into a store block. C. J. Edcllorm expects to shortly got started on a new up-to-dtilu opora house. Tho town of Frank heard the sound of tho church going l>e 11 for J copied the first time last Sunday. The Union church of which Kev. J. B. Francis is pastor, used their bell then for the Ant time. (1. R. Otvn. the eye stieciullst at Wright's Jewelery Store, who was expected to visit Raymond, Taber and Cards ton this month, cannot do so. owing to his many appointments and will make these towns, next month sure. Mrs. ('.. Johnston, mother of .J.J. Johnston, who has been 111 in SCHOOL EXTENSION. At a special meeting of tho school board on Tuesday night, the sites aud properly commit!** ware in -structed to make arrangements for the Increase of shool accoasatodes-lun at oow. Aa there wore twenty-three ap  plications tor kindergarten last rue  ion, it was decided to establish that department. It la not probable that It will be started before the summer holidays. Mr. Davidson of Summerbury, Sask., was chosen to succeed O. D. Austin, whose resignation was ac- CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice to Rate Payers For the information of rate payers Intending to petition the City Council for side walks. I have been instructed to furnish the following Information as to cost. Plank walk 4 ft. wide, estimated the I cost 30 cents imjs> lineal foot. By Order. ('. B. BOWMAN Sec.-Treas. Lyceum Course LAST NUMBER NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED P. D. CORSETS Newest Styles All prices, from 1.25 to 7.00 per pair. These have taken Gold Medals and Diplomas wherever exhibited for a good many yean,past* We neve great confidence in recommending this line to our customees- B.& I. Corsets, Newest Models, all sizes Ladies'Hoaiery in great variety. Lisle in Black, Grev and Blue, also in opera length, Black Bilk and Silk Plated, Embroidered Cashmere end Plain Cashmere iu all sizes, including an extra width. SPECIAL-25 dosen Black Cash mere, sizes 6^,9,9^,10. seemleM, spliced feet and heels. Remarkable value at 25c. Children!! Ribbed Hose in all sixes. WHITEWEAR, Some Special Values Ladies' Corset Covers, Chemises and Drawers, from toe. Gowns and Skirts, from 50c each. These goods will be found up-stairs, on first (floor. Telephone 33. Prompt Delivery. Wholesale and Retail. hospitul here for somo time, left j Cement walk S ft. wide, estimated for her home, north of Calgary onlCOst $1.10 per lineal foot. Saturday. Her daughter, Miss John-' Where curb and gutter are Included ston, who was visiting here, accom- i (Jt.aa per lineal foot, jpuulcd hor. er lineal jnstato business hora lust fall return- foot. cd Tuesday night, having spent tho; J time between in Soattlo and Vancou- , vor. Mr. Norton is hero to dispose of the remainder of his holdings and , | pick up some of the good things going. 1 On Friduy with volumns of smoko ! purpoe.ly caused by janitor Oxland, I tho pupils of tho Contral School ! filed out in good ordor In twenty-two seconds, which is a splendid record. The pupils wore quite calm though the smoke was too thick to see through in noiiio places. Jas. Flsko of Lethbridgo, arrived hore last Friday on a visit to his sistor, Mrs. Hamilton. Mr. Fiske says Lethbridgo is booming and the citizens there have great hopes for Its future. Ho may remove to Vancouver some time this year.-Oko-toks Reviow. Tho special efforts to pay off the debt cn tho Baptist Tabernacle was not put forth during the Rovlval meetings. Nov, however, the congregation is busy and hopes to be free from debt soon. About $600 la needed. Any subscriptions will be gladly received by the Rev. W. Reld. Tho officers for the Wesley Church Sunday School wero appointed last Sunday. Tho following form the staff: Superintendent, W. A. Hamll-' ton; Asst. Supt., W. Jordan; Sec, W. Taylor; Asst. Sec., A. Mercer; librarian, T. Barber; Treasurer, R. J. Jw Wry; Curator, W. Mercer. Tho twelve classes wore fully mannodwith teachers. Hon. R. W. Hoott, socretnry of State, was the host at a dinner restricted entirely to Senators and thoir wives. His daughters, Mrs. Fletcher and Miss Mary Scott, assisted Hon. Mr. Scott in his duties, and the guasts invited were Hon. R. Danduiand. speaker of the Senate, and Madame Dandurand, Hon. Mr. aud Mrs.- Klrckhofler, Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Ryley, Hon. M r. and Mrs. Robertson, Hon. Mr. ojid Mrs. Do Veber of St. John, N.B., Hon. Mr. and Mrs. MacOregor and Hon. Mr. MacKseu.-Toronto Saturday night. Newest designs and colorings. Our 1007 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. Baby Carriages We have just received a shipment of CARRIAGES, GO-CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in the reed work, aud elegantly upholstered. BRODIE & STAFFORD A Satisfactory RevelatJist It will !>c to you if you look atsom*j of our modal Imlhrooms when* w*>;f liuvo put. ir> tubs, washstands, showers and othor fixtures and facilltisstf tii- clonnlincss and comfort. We nsak�;<' the luxury of bathing a necessity) and an everyday delight at Ikilev cost. Ask us how little. C. W. GRAY K Xfi. mcQueen $ Co REAL ESTATE Have for thie week: 8 loteia Tuner Addition, $75 each, half c*�h, btli �Aee 3 and 6 month* 6 lole end shack in McKiilop Addition, $630 7 lots on London Road, $2,100 2 lota, east of Barracks, $800 5 acres, 2 miles south, at $275 per acre. 10 acres, I mile north of Post Office, $1,250 per acre 30 acres south of Fair Grounds, $233 per acre. We also have some nice homes, ranging from $1,300 to $7,000 Call and Inspect. We Issue Loans HUMOROUS LECTURER The peer of Bill Nye. The funniest philosopher on the platform. Saturday. Mar. 16 at 8.15 WetJey Church Admission, 75c. aud 50o. Plan at Higinbothani's Store. on Real Estate security, and write Fire, Life and Accident Insurance the most reliable companies. WANTED! Apprentices & Improvers FOB TIIK Dressmaking Department  W. Johnston's NEW GOODS Opening To-Day! AT THE Hudson Say Co/s STOR10; New Spring Millinery L. &v J. McLeay i 1241 ;