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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �1llViV^MHtMMMim.............................................................'............................................> 1 NEW 5t Including the latest importations from European centres, at the STORES Two Blouse Specials Fine quality Ladies' White Lawn Blouse*, embroidered front tucked 1 qe cuffs and finished with fine Valenciennes lace, all sites........Special Wis is one of oar leaders, made of fine Victoria lawn, tacked front, Qf\n jjpek and sieves, all sizes...........................Very special at *wv* New Table Linens, 65c to 1.25 yd. Fine quality Irish Table Linen, direct from the mills, bought cq^ in 1 9 c before the advance in price. 2 yards wide......Special from w A-.aSJ Cruen's Prints These goods are without a doubt the best English prints ever imported info Canada1. They are absolutely fast colors and can't be beat in 1 c- J finish or in wearing qualities........................Our price AYu� Stylish Men's and Boys' Clothing Our Clothing is noted for its style, fit and wear. See us for anything yon need, as our prices are right. Boys' Corduroy Pants, 50c pair A job line, bought at a price to clear quickly, made of fine English en* %� Corduroy, in all sites, while the last................... ........ JUi* P* Men's Cambric Shirts, 85c to 1.25 Buy a new Shirt for Easter from as. We have a large assortment in the very newest patterns, mostly soft front, in all sizes. Onr g^g {q J 25 Hemstitched Sheets, 1.25 Made of fine quality plain sheeting. 8-4 site, special 1.26 each. Pillow Cases, 25c each The very best hemstitched Pillow Cases, made of fine White Cotton, OR. site 42 and 44 inches, regular price 30c.....................Special UFfESS-MAKING-Miss Lane, of Toronto, has arrived, and the Dress-Making Department will be in readiness last of week. There, is a demand for North Ward Lots. 2 lots on Railroad at., Wall work Add. at............1400 each 16 lots on Wall work, next to track, at................200 each 12 lots on McKay and Wall work, at..................125 each |t 10 lots on McKillop at. at...........................125 each 3 lots on Addington at..............................125 each 8 lots on Torrance at............................112.50 each  7 � � " ��...............................150 each 5 lots on McKay and Wallwork for..................... .1200 2 lots on Torrance at...............................125 each 7 � � � � ...............................150 each 18 lots on Tomer for...................................1600 One acre in block 8 for..................................600 One aore in blook 2 for..................................650 A 6-rdfemed house and 6 lots lor........................1800 A 5-roon)ed brick house and 4 lot* for...................1500 A 9-roomcd house and 2 lots for.........................2300 A 6-roomed house and one acre for......................2500 A 4-roomed shack and 4 lots for..........................950 2 choice sections of farming land, north of Lethbridge st a reasonable figure. EASY TEEMS GIVEN. W. R. DOBBIN Dealer in Alberta Lands . and Lethbridge Properties Co. Miss J. K. Wright of Collingwood, who is to teach at White's School nrr.vnd on Tuesday night's train. Whilo in the city Miss Wright was tho guest of Miss MacKay. W. C. Uphardt, tho Jeweller, who h.ia been conducting an auction sale this wenlc, is now closed for Stocktaking previous to the removal of his stock by tho end of tho morith. F. 11. Barnes who for some years has conducted a gonera) real estate and insuruueo agency, has taken into partnership F. C. Cooke, of tho City Bakory. The new Arm will transact a general agency. Mr. Cooke is disposing of his bakery business. The services noxt Sunday in the Baptist Tabernaclo will bo conducted by tho pastor. Forenoon subject, "Obedient children." Evening sub Ject, "The Significance of_ Baptism." At the close of the evening service there will bo a Baptismal service. All are invited to those services. A. Macdonald & Co. aro building two One wholesale warehouses. The one in Saskatoon, Sask., is 50x120 foot, of stone and brick, three stor eys high and will bo one of tho fin' est warehouses in tho West. There is no announcement as to the coin mencomonl of building operations on their, block in this city. For the information of ratepayers intending to petition for sidewalks tho Council desire,.to draw their at-sonllon to the following:-"The an -mini cost to ratepayer sfor a four (4; foot,, plank sidewalk for a period of ten years would be approximately 50 cents per-lot of 25 feet, and the annual cost of a (5) foot cement sidewalk fur a period of thirty years would be approximately 11.89 per lot of 25 feet. C. Mntchett returned this morning from visiting^triends in Peterboro', Ont. ROCKY COULEE ITEMS. Land is going up in this district. W. Kigby of Claresholm recentlysold u section hero to two Dakota farmers at $25 an acre. On Thursday, March 28th, the ladies aid will hold an Easter social in aid of tho new church, at the real -dortcc of D. Mulligan. Material for the new church is now on the site and it la expected that in a short time the church will lie an actually accomplished fact. A. Luchia is now acting aa agent for the International Co. and ia doing a hustling business. A brass band is a good thing for a city or town. The small boy can enjoy a band that makes any kind of a noise, but the average cltixen wants a good band, well-balanced, well-trained, nicely uniformed. When the opportunity comes, one should support such an organisation. Clti -urn* do not tike to have a band that docs not demand their own admira  tion or that of visitors. A good band is a great advertiser whether it stays at homo or goes abroad. But they should havo suitable and unl -form uniforms. Buy a ticket. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Notice off Local Improvement NOTICE is hereby given that in pursuance of a resolution passed on the 18th day of March, 1007, in Council, the Municipal Council of the City of Lethbridge intend to con  struct the following work as a local Improvement, viz.: Tho laying of a sewer main along Bompas Street lietween Bartlett and Ashmead Streets for a distance of three hundred and fifty-five (355) feet; and all persona concerned are hereby notified that unless a majority of the owners of the lands to be affected representing at least one half (1) of the value thereof petition the Council ag  ainst the aame within ten (10) days after the last publication of this notice which will be on the 38th day of March, A.D., 1007, said work will be proceeded with and the cost thereof assessed against she property affected as provided by the by-law in that bens If. Dated this 30th day of March, A. D., 1907. C. B. BOWMAN. . Secretary Treasurer. Private Sale -OF- FURNITURE at residence of W. A. Buchanan k Redpath Street TO-MORROW (Friday) Call niter 10 o'clock s. m. CITY Or LETHBRIDGE Notice. Notice ia hereby given that all persons requiring sidewalks and sewers during the coming year, to be constructed under the Local Improve -�aent Bylaw, are requested to send to the undersigned before the 81st of March next, a petition or memorandum embodying their demands Betting out clearly the blocks and streets where aald improvements are desired. Forthe information of ratepayers intending to petition for sidewalks, the Council desires to draw their attention to th'e following: "The annual cost to ratepayers for a four (4) foot plank sidewalk for a period of ten years would be approximately 50 centa per lot of 25 feet, and the annual coat of a Ave toot cement sidewalk for a, period of thirty years would be approximately $1.89 per lot of 25 feet." Dated at Lethbridge, this 28rd day ol February, 1907, By Order C. B. BOWMAN. Secretary Treasurer. E. Adams is building a residence on Duilorin St. E. J. Sutherland the well known horse buyer of Browning, Mont., arrived in the city last week from Winnipeg made arrangements to dispose of some of bis thoroughbred horses Mr. Sutherland left laat Monday for his home and will return next week with a ear of thoroughbred horses gajISTZNCTXVE style, great variety, lu moderate price, "ense the first day worn"-these are the distinguishing features of "Queen Quality" Shoes which' hive ou3ed them to be favored beyond nil other women's shoes in the world; and which by the same token bring women in throngs to select their shoes here. The season's new stylc3 are now ready. For street and general wear Glazed Kid end Gnu Metal leathers wisl be the vogue with discriminatiiv. dressers. Priced $3-5� end $j,oo. Samj Patent Leather styles $4.00. FRED GOW & CO. Classes in Time Saves Sight Neglect to have them properly examined may eause a life-time ol sorrow and regret. Small disorders grow more serious every day.> There is satisfaction in knowing for sore that your eyes are all right. WE CAN TELL YOU. OREN, the eye specialist, the only one in Southern Alberta, at R. A. WRIGHT'S Jewelry Store. The place where Watch work Is done right Wanted-A good cellar and ware  house man at the Hudeona Bay Co. stores. Apply Meaager. Private sale of furniture at real -denes of W. A. Buchanan, Bartlett St., te-werrew. MS. Kits*-** t ;