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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, INI. The Season's Fashions The care whicH we select our fabrics is another reason why we have always won the approval of men who admire cultured dress. Among the mass of patterns shown, y on will find the Semi-ready fabrics very smart indeed. For business men we are showing some really new designs, personally selected by our resident buyer in England, 2nd passed upon for approval by our designers. 550 bear :he mat JIITense or style, were iu every way j known :iml Nugsrot nunes. j splendid.. "Daily Telegraph." Miss; The Summit has been a small ship- lias U'chnLjue that commands for- two years, but a good deal IMMIGRATION PROSPECTS C. Mair, Immigration Afjent, re- ports that the stream of settlers has to pour into Lethbridee Dis- trict froni all outside points. Large nre cominsr from "the Western and Pacific States. AH are. of a sjood class, with abundance of means as a nule and experience from life. attention by its power. "Newcastle Of deWlapmtiiit. has been done and Oaily Leader." 3UP. Bealey was very j tin- ore has run a ton. The uic, havinsr a errand conception now jnads is a. pay streak three joth .vords and music; and beinir pos-j ieet sho'.ving gold values of four of a very melodious voice of j hundred and seventy dollars per ton. rood compass. "Sheffield Independ- Sever, ir.en are at v.-ork getting out Mr. Bealey sane so well as to the ore. Smeher results from Trail of aafee it one .of" the most enjoyable j the ziext shipments are eagerly eat'ures of the Concert. i awaited. Stirling. March Hoi- man nml cousin, >fr. F. have ret timed from Montana, Bishop Van Orinaii of Taber, is in town on business. Thc> Rogers-Cunningham .Lumber Co. have purchased ton lots from the Al- berta Stake for lumber yards. Tho -re-opemn.g: of the church will he Tho coining season. Mr. Mair thinks about ii from Sundar. will prove to be cme. of the iteaviestj Tho Stirling Bam 1 are giving a Cun- of our whole record of immigration! cert an the eoiuiiur week in the in- during- the past ten years. At all' of tho organization. Several events all signs point to such an in-! Tuembers are installed. ''ux o1' desirable, immigrants as may astonish even oursel Mr. Mair leaves this for the Internation- al boundary to establish a permanent jinniijrration office at Coutts. TheJ new line of the Burlington Railway beins near completion, means n much iinjl son who are r ji here are in Tabor ;'or a few (iays. Mr. J. X. Set ley is expected home from a Iwujthy visit in Ctah and Ca- I-anci men are very busy lately. A business :s expected to be trans- acted this sprine. The new telenhone system Is expect- ed to be installed in Stirling this larger of immijrrants by this j route and calls for a more strict vig-! :lance over-undesirables at the point i of. entry CONMEE IS CHAIRMAN BILLY ALI.EN IN A DRAW [lectora! A Committee to I nvestigate Canadian Mining Matters Ottawa, March Conmee, was today elected chairman of the _., Commons committee of minerals. The Allen of _ Ottawa, champion feather-; cammittee wiU make an investigation met "Kid'-'-Eagan jof the Dominion Department of Min. o, .Vew iprk, m a six round'go. TheJes called for that purpose by the di- bout was_.lent considerable interest of geological sun.'ey, director of N. Y., March yracuve A. G. Billy THREE DAYS' SALE RIBBONS Begt taffeta silk ribbon in navy, brown, wine, white, black, sky, cardinal pink, nib and reseda, width inches. Regular 20c. per yard, for the next three days 2 Yards for 25c GINGHAMS Best imported Ginghams in stripe and -jheck effects, pleasing combina- tions, fast colors, superior quality. KegnJar and 15c. value 3 Yards for 25c UNDERSKIRTS Ladies'moreen Underskirts, good quality, ample width, one or two-piece trimmed with rows of stitching, colors black, navy and brown Value for Ladies' fine lustrous black sateen Underskirts, deep flounce, trimmed with shirred or crimped frills and stitching for Lidies' best heatherbloom Underskirts trimmed with two embroidered frills in black only, deep flounce A Bargain for Ladies' best quality taffeta silk moirette in plaid combinations of well- assorted colors, black and black and cardinal, navy and green, etc., deep flounce trimmed with small stitching. A good range. Prices to CRISIS STILL IN ACUTE STAGE Austria Relations Strained Between 'ublic notice is hereby given that in obedience to Sis _M.ajesty's Berlin, March receiv- Tit to me directed and bearinc1 date the 26th day of jTetruary, ed at the .foreign office today con- 1S09 I require -the rTresence of'the voters at ;e-rnin? the strained situation be- i f i, ni-v ne Austria-Hungary and OLIVER'S hALL, I-N THE GIiY OF LEsHSRISGE indicate that the ei-isis is still in an i in the Electoral Division of Lethbridgc Citv, on the: acute stage. The report that Turkey- R POLLING DIVISION NO. Village of Stafford and that part of the City of Lethbridge which north of Northern boundary of the Canadian Pacific Railway right-of-way and of Westminster Road. Polling Station, Pool Hall, Village of Stafford. And further that at OLIVER'S HALL, IN THE CITY OF ETHBMDGE, on the 1st day April, at the hour of 10 a.m., shall open the Imllot boxes i add Up the votes given for the veral candidates, and. declare to be elected the one the largest number of votes f which air persona are hereby required to take notice and to gov- em accordingly, COD IAYI THE KING under my hand at Lethbridge, this 5th day of March, in the year 1909. FUKD: KENNY, Heturning lying at Salonika has oflScially Office. Oliver iJlbckr Phone 287. ORJXEB -YOT3E and cleanesi on' the delivery at your weight guaranteed. MAKE YOUR ESTIMATE IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING home, PRO, higher prices tomorrow. Any locality on easy. petty ni'eans i Bay today, -terms: One DOMINION PIANO Given as FIRST PRIZE THE PRIZES FARM LAKDS. WILL SELL ON j crop payment plan, or spread, over a f term of years at 6 per cent. j DO.NOT TAKE ANY CHANGES OF I being .burned put. Now is the time 'to i insure' 'yaiir house and furniture. Lowest board rates. YOU WANT A HEINTZMAN PIANO: The best is none 'too good for you. Buy a Heintzman and you Tvill be satisfied. Easy terms-or disceunt for Orders and correspondence so- licited. Phone No. 287. )R >R FOR SUE EIGHT-IINUKO With Two Lots on Coutts Street, South of the New School about one block. This is a iplendkl piece of property, and can be purchased on easy terms.: Apply to Ike buliii tal Estate ill UiNticit OfTKE-WTAn MCI Above the Eureka Theatre, or P.O. BOX 387 Lethbridge, Alberta. A Dominion Piano will be given as the first prize to the person fending in the nearest correct estimate of the total number of votes polled in the City of Calgary, in the 1909 Alberta Provincial Election-..' To" the'. a Credit Certificate, to the amount of SJOO eacb will be given. Each of the eending in the next 10 nearest correct estimates will receive a Credit Certificate to the amount of 490- The next thirty will be dis- tributed jjrthc following order, according to the nearest correct estimates 6 Credit Certificates worth S85; 5 worth 5 worth J75; 5 -irorth S70; 5 worth and 5 worth 560. Following this in groups of 5 each, eacb of the competitors sending TIB the next 5 nearest correct be given a Credit: Certificate for One Dollar less than the preceding prize, (cr and-following this in groups of 5 each for One Dollar less, until the entire shall have been distributed, Eligible Voters for 1909 We are informed and believe our information ia correct; that the total cumber of persons eligible to vote in the 1909 Provincial election in the o'ty of Calgary is Why This Offer is Made This extraordinary offer is made because of our desire to compile a mailing list of all the homes without instruments in Western Canada, We believe we can secure the information desired more quickly and more economically than we could by spending twice the aura by :_ The fwrnew-ot this from, the fact that the Maaoc