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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lace Curtains and Window Muslins A shipment of Curtains ond Muslin* passed into stork to-day. New iJninly designs in a good radge of prices..................................i.00, 1.60, 2.00, 2.60, 3.00 ond 4.00 per pair Frilled Window Muslins Ste^JdMsf^-JSljL-*10,,ellftl0e, LaC6S E yesterday. I). King is wearing the happy smile because of the arrival of a son at his home on Monday. A government meteorlogicnl stat  ion has boon placed at Taber. West -lak� Uros. have charge of it. Yinncslund Bros., ranchers in toe vicinity of Leavings made a trip to town this week for lumber andsup  piles. , A new Presbyterian Church Is to be erected in .Taber upon the alto donated to tho Calgary Diocese last fall. Alfred Wallace of Saginaw, Mich., came in from tho east on Saturday. We understand he intends locating In the vicinity of Lothbridge. Rr V. Gibbons, manager of the Lelhbrldgc Financial and Realty Co. feam Ualrd tho Utile How rancher Is In the city. 1). M. McTavlsh (if Calgary was In the city a few days. II. Slppola of HoBclniry, Wash., is a guest at the Windsor. It. J. Dean of Great Falls. Mont,., wa* In this week. Oeo. Vert Iff, rancher from the Little Bow district is In the city. Oswald Cragg of Brighton, Ont,, is visiting his brother, Dr. C. C. Cragg. Dr. J. H. Stewart left for Plncher .Crook on Monday, on n professional trip. H. T. Wobb of Brighton, Out., spent Saturday and Sunday with A. Southard. ft. P. Wallace, aad W. W. Douglas pf Taber were In the city on Mon -day. V. O. Norton took u t�dp "to Clures-holm, Nan Lou and Stavely on Sat -urd�y, returning Monday. School Inspector .1. W. Urown passed through the city on Sunday on his way to some rural schools. Taber has organised a cricket club. J. Truswcll is President and Cap-Uin. E. T. Weatlakc is sec.-trees. The director* of the Lcthbridgc and District Agricultural Society meet on Friday night at the Flra Hall. Hoy Davidson, the newly appoialed teacher, took charge of Standard IV. snys thut business during the com- jnt the Central School on Tuesday pany's first week has been good, 'morning. They sold six lots on Saturday. I Shoi.lft young made a trip to Ray-Wahnan Uros., prominent ranchers tnond and back on Wednesday carry-froni the north of town made n busi-llng out government orders re the ness trip to Lcthbrldge. They have a dead cattle. THE BEST SPRING TONIC JOHNSTON'S Beef Iron and Wine Purifies the Blood ntu\ Invigorates the SyBtcm J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. Ranchers' Needs A LOCAL BUDGET. A post-ofllcp is to Ik> pstnl I'.shed at Reliance, near Taber. Air. and Mrs. Ruvorldge of Calgary spent Sunday in l.ethl�t, showers and other natures and JaclllMss for cleanliness and comfort. Wo mole* the luxury of bathing a necessity and an everyday delight at ltttlo cost. Ask us bow Utile. C. W. CRAY a. m. mcoiKcri & go The Lethbrldgu Radial Tramway Company bill received its third reading nnd was passed by the taffif-li -turo on Thursday. Mr. Parker and family arrived in town last week from Lancashire, Kug., and arc taking up a home -Ktead in the bow' river district. The pupils at Cent ml school had considerable amusement and a good I Wallace and Harry Morris had oaeh brought a gopher to school as subjects of study. Tho lessons wore certainly the real thing. Rev. A. M. Cordon returned on Saturday from tho meeting in Vancouver, of the Synod Hume Mission Committee. Tho regular grants to programme Rct comvfi int(, forw, ln crta and round trip. Tickets cm khIo Some of the other hotels will be for-"'jis lite boys meeting. Just watch th�jcedone in the .west. Tho Icon 'eo. IV Maekay, a sou. � - I>lt. ttfcWBUKN 'SICHE.VAWCD REAL ESTATE Have for this week: 8 lota in Turner Addition, $75 each, half eaek, Usance 3 and 6 months 6 lots and shack in McKillop Addition, $650 7 lets on London Road, $2,100 2 lots, east of Barracks, $800 5 acres, 2 miles south, at $275 per acre. 10 acres, I mile north of Post Office, $i.250^er acre 30 acres south of Fair Grounds, $230 per acta. . We also have some nice homes, ranging from $1,300 to $7,000 Call and Inspect. We Issue Loans on Real Estute security, und write Fire, Life and Accident Insurance iti the most reliable companies. The local brass band serenaded Dr. Christ I*. H. atewburn on Tuesduy opening and Pilate, the civil trial; Wednesday 'lie was unable to get up to thank the Christ and Pilate continued, the shipwreck ol a soul. Thursday, Christ and Herod, from u hearer to a accrue r; Good Friday. Christ and the Cross with some incidents along the way. These services will begin at 8 o'clock each evening. Appropriate music will be rendered. bund but wishes to sny t hut he fully appreciated the honor and will take the first opportunity to express his thanks personally. Robert Mtitaren was oiected president of the N'antou Liberal Assoc -lation. G. H. Johnston's NEW GOODS Opening To-Day 1 * Dainty Blouses and Neck Wear --JUST OPENED' L. & J. McLe 1241 ;