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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Lace Curtails Window and A shipment at Curtains end Muslins passed into stock to-day. New tiainly designs in � good radga uf prious..................................1.00,1.60, 2.00, 2.60, 3.00 and 4.00 per p�ir Frilled Window Muslins l^y^aS^pSJTri''^ LrtSlC6S ^IsinS" Co. THE BEST SPRING TONIC JOHNSTON'S Beef Iron and Wine Purifies the Blood and IiivigorateB the System Ranchers' Nteeds J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer.' A LOC^L BUDGEL A post-oifico is to be estal V.shed nt lleliivncc, near Taber. Mr. ami Mrs. lleveridge of Calgary Kpent Sunday in.l^thbridge. .1. n. Fleetwood is now running uround with nn niitomobile. t>. Burljank hus beun elected overseer of Tuber defontiiig- .J. .J. Walton. A furni.shed bedroom to rent, close to depot. Apj ly box Z, Herald Office. D. King has left the empfoy of the A.It. & 1. and is now with the Alberta Realty Co., operating their motor, car. The Lethbridge -Radial Tromway Company bill received its third reading and was passed by the Logisla -ture on Thursday. ^ Mr. I'arker niul fani�ily arrived in town Inst week from Liancashirc, Eng., and arc taking up a home-.stead in the How^rix'cr di.strict. For the Easter Ht>lidnys, ' March 29th to April 1st., .,thb Canadian Pacific Railway announce.a rate of one fare and pne-thij-d ,^ for the round trip. Tickets on sale March 27th . to April 1st, inclusive, good to returu until Aiiril .3rd. STRrCHNINE-kiUs. the Jtind that WOLF TABLETS-the kind that kills Coyotes and Wolves. . Bluo Stone and � Formaldehyde for smutty grains. XD. HiginbothairiACo. Fsnily and Dispensii^ Ciltemists LETHBRIDGE. FOR SALE-BliM Bt�m Sprlnc Wheat, .giutraotaed ..pur* -and tnm from al, lioxioua Waeda. Apply R. C. Raines or call at elevator. arrs. E. Weed of Raymond camp jn from the south this week and Joined her husband at the Windsor. jMr. Weed is in the employ of the Leth-bridge Iron Works here and intends to make his home at Ixjthbridge in the future. The pupils at Central schodl had considerable amuaenacnt and a good deal bjf pruflt from very realistic nature study lessons on Monday, .TcIT JAl'allace and Harry Morris had each brought a i^opher to school as subjects of study. The lessons were certainly the real thing. Rev. A. M. Gordon, returned on Saturday from the meeting In Vancouver, of the 9ynod Home Mission Commlttne. The regular grants to missions were ina�viMgs made a trip to town this week for lumlwr andsup -plies; , .\ new Presbyterian ChUrch la to be erected in ..Tabar upoa the site donated to tho Galsaty .JNocese last fail. Alfred Wallace of SagUiaw, jUch., came in-from tlie eaet on SataHay. We understand he intends locating in the vicinity \.o(.lMlhbridg�. It^ V. Uibbons, manager of the Lcthbridge Financial and Realty Co. says that business during the company's first . week has been good. They sold six lots on Saturday. Waiinan Brqs., premjtient ranchers from the north of town made a business trip to, Lethbridge. They tevc a hundred acres of fall wheat and say every thi\igs is iH>inting to a banner, crop. Ernest' Weir lost a horse some time ago. Lost week it was returned by H. Petrie Jiving several atilaa southeast of the city, who found the owner through seeing Mr. Weir's ad in the Herald. H. W. LeBarre, a rancher ,from the north of town, created quite a bit of excitement yesterday, when he drove into town a lino team of oxen. Mr. LcUarre will do the breaking.on his homestead with this team. Mrs. C. McKillop of Raymond was in the city on Tuasday iookiag after their residence, vltov, aad -jMrs. Hc-Killop with ^hair'family expect to' tttiove to - t.b� city in a lew daya. Ko one couid.cpine to the city who would ):>e nM>re. heart ly welcomed especially by the oMrtiroers, than Rev. and Mrs. McKillop. MacLeod Presbyterians intend build ing a new church in the near future. We Jearu that Mr. Wm. SB�x%m .�t: Luthbridge was jtwitr.dexljtiul-pri*ein White Leghorn Pullett Class. This award was omitted'Irem^tiia -peiaa list owing to a -mistajte in the-seor-ing oat-d. This, pullet scoiwd.^l>Si poinrs ^ut of a possible XW. -The Lcthbridge High School Liter-Society MaAl Uaird the Little How rancher is,in the city. D. M. McTavish of Calgary was in the city a few days. II. ^ippuia of Bosebury, Wash., is a guest at the Windsor. H. J. Dean of Great Falls, Mont., was in the,city this week. Oep. Fertlg. rancher from the Little Bow district is in the city. Oswald Cragg of Brighton, Ont., ia visiting hlK ' brother. Dr. C. ' C. Cragg. Dr. J. S. SU-wart left lor Pincljer .U/raek on Hvnday. on a professional trip II. T. WlaUU of Brighton, Ont., apaat .Saiurday and Sunday with A. hSeathard. .Q. P. Wallace, aad W/ W. Douglas f Taber a'ere in the city on Mon -day. F. G. Norton took a t#ip ito Clures-lH|i�i, Kantoii and Stavely on Sat -urdf^y, returning Monday. School Inaptctur J. W. Brown passed throu^ the city on Sunday on Ilia way to jtuwa rural achools. Taber haa organised a cricket club. J. Truawcll ia rPretident aad Cap-lain. E. T. Wastlal(e is aectreas. The directom of the Lethbridge and District Agricultural Society meet on Friday night at the Fire Hall. Roy Davidson, the newly appioiated teacher, took charge of Standard IV. at the Central School on Tuesday morning. .^herifl Voung made a trip to Raymond and Jjiack on Wedoeaday carrying out gowrajncnt orders re the dead cattle. Sid Duncan and Geo. Campbell, local printer^, have left for Edmon -ton having accepted good positions at the capital. Principal Hamilton was unable to attend school on Monday owing to nudden illness. He was on deck on Tuesday, however. The shortage of cars is being relieved to some extent. The A.R. A J. C�. -ace .�;i)ippihg.from twenty-five to forty cars of coal a day. Another now real estate firm, Kama and Uomc, has opened up an olUcc in the city. The partners L. R. Burn and W. H. Horne. re both Caljary men. Their busi-wUl be sui,!ly real eatate. At preaeat tliair 4>fll�e. is on the corner of Ulyn and Itedpath St. Rttbert O'Hagan, the well-known l^nginaer on the Qardston branch of the A.R. A I., received a telegram yesterday while at Cardston, telling him of the death of his mother at Belleville, on the I7th. Mrs. O-Hacan had been ill for some eigh-M�i .moAttis. Mrs. Geo. ;W. ilowc who .owns the Dallas Hotel, intends putting a third Btorey on that building as soon as pflBSible. with the re-�)uiifinents utf the jbiquoi- ordinaose racoatly pastwd by the Legislature. Wall Paper Newest designs and colorings. Our im stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. CaUCandlM* onr saapiM. AUpapm shown, eantladin stook-^ expfMtto pay-BO gtwda. W� have juBt received a shipment of CARRIAQ|SB, 00* CARTS and CARRIERS. Pretty designs in iha work, and elegantly upholstered, ary society meets toma�nchlct >* saUi for A. je�-�ll�r..J|ir. Lamb proved I)iu)#elf to tta-A .iacidal Auctionocr, ,beiim;,a succesafal ,aalaa -man, but using ,no extravHiaikcaa 9t .tnisreprescntation while jknariUng the goods under the hamiaar. The /Sclvation vAimy iaipabUag-iUP a very strong ,-prngraaMna iter -Ban  day. At 8:80,p.n. tthara ..wttl) be ;.ao undenuainatioiial :gatlieiiie( Mid,v.vJlh a very haadaoroe 'wniUag porMoUo. Muriel MucLeod-rea other'addMastand Andrew Xaismith made .the npiaaeo-tatian. An .intere9tii|g,.prpfranHne was rendered, a particularly plaae'ag -feature l.>eing a solo by Kathleen Virtue. Beginning next Sabbath special services will bo held at Wesley Church each evening,of tho week except on Saturday. These services will beheld in observance of Passion .Wack, the purpose being to study the dlRereat characters and events connected with the passion and death of Jesus Christ. The pastor will give a scr -\t>s of special addresses, as lollowa: Sunday, 11 a.m.. Christ and Peter. The Man who denied his Master. 7.30 p.m., Christ ,and..Judas, the man who betrayed his master; Monday, Christ and Caiaphaa.rthe. arrest and ehurch trial; Tuesday, -Christ and PiJuto, the civil trial; Wednesday Christ and Pilate continued, tho shipwreck of A soul. Thursday, Christ and Herod, from a hearer to a acor-ncr; Good Friday,'Christ and the Cross with some incidents along the way. These .services �.wJll.bsgin at S o'clock each evening. Appropriate music will be rendered. cod to make additions before tho act comes into force in July 11)08. 3Ir. ,,aud Mrs. Thonvas K. S^ars, Wciland, announce the �nj[a^cinent of their eldest daughter, Edith Blanch, of tho C�Igary Association of Graduate Nurses, to John Alexander Greenhill of Revclstoke, B.C.,. formerly of St. Catharines.-Toronto Globe. Miss Soars was formerly on the staff of the Gait Hospital. At the meeting of the Epworth League on Monday night, thirty-live new members were added to the roll. After the meeting was over the executive committee met and formed the various committeea. R. J. Baldry gave an interesting and lielpful ad-iilcasa on how Ghristiand can help eaoh other. -The lecture room of .Wesley Church waa crowded. The Lethbridge Iron Works -have reeeivad (ha steel for the brewery andihaif, ia alreadyrtoed up and dalivaMd. The iiiUara, ,^woighing ov-\-� a ton andaMll .tor the construGtion of a most 4iMirtOT4ato building. It.ia to bo eigh-jliyvaix .iret, long ,and have .a. seating jsapacity.^uf aia, hundred. U.ndf!r,neath will .jM two dressing rooms fully sauipped. The stand will ,be placed acrpjM.tlic north-west corner of the Ijmuads, ia�sing the south-east. The wastecn end will be covered as a pro-tec.tion.Jr.Qm the west winds. On the cast.And .south sides .will be bleachers ..Sf^pablo pf holding three hundred people, each. So thot the total seating .capacity on the grounds will bo twelve hundred, 'i-A m A Satisfactory tvnMin it will be t� you if jKM look �t aoma of our model batiirooBBS wbara w� have put in tuba. ^ w�aisMwi4s, showers, and other aatwisss .�Mlv|a�Uit48i': for cleanlinesa and comforS. Wa BMka the luxury of bartbiaf a naasssity : and an everyday dallgbt at Uttla: cost. Ask us how Uttla. REAL ESTATE Have for this week: 8 lots in Turacr AddiUon, $75 each, hiat Mk.UI-anec 3 and 6 moatht e lota aaa shack in McKiilop Addition^ |6S0 7 lifts, on London Road, 2,100 2 lots, �att of Barraeks,!$800 5 acrci, 2 milca south, at $279 peracM. 10 aires, I mile north of Post Officf, 1i,250^r 30 aeres.south of Fair Grounds, .|235 per aM�. . We also have some nice homes, ranfinf from $1,300 to 17,000 Call and Inspect. We Issue Loans on Real Estate Becntity, and write Ftrc, Life and Accident Insurance ia the most reliable companies. G. H. Johnston^s NEW GOODS Opening To-Day 1 m BORN. {ilACKA-y-In Lethbrigge. on Friday jMarch lAjth, to Mr. and Mrs. Goo. B. Mackay,.>a son. -r�- t)H. HEWBURK SERENABEU. The local brass band serenaded I)r. F. H. Mejwburn on Tuesday opening. He-was unable to get up to.thankthe band hut. wishes to say tbathc fully appreciated the .honor and will take the 'ftfat opportunity to (ucprcss his thanks personally. itolMrt lii^iwn was elected president of the Xantoii Liberal Assoc -iatioa. Painty Blouses and Neck Wear ' OPENED-^ iMMHI L. & J. McLeay. 1241 ;