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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta IYUIay> March 24, Ittli. THE LETHBfiIl)G� DAILY HERALD SUITS and Show Quality, Style'and Fit Suits at $13, $17, $23 and $25 Panama Dresses $12 and $17.50 SiOc Dresses   $20 and $25 Miislin Dresses - $6, $10 and $15 Gingham Dresses - $3, $4 and $5 NEW COATS, easily worth $22, our price is $17.50 GIRLS'COATS AND DRESSES- Pretty styles to show you, priced low for the quality Girls Coats, $3 up to J$5 Girls Dresses, $1 up to $4 Lisle Hose Cotton Hose Lisle Gloves Black or Colors Fine black, fast color Black and Colors 3 pairs for - S|.00 Spairs for  $1.00 Per pail 25c WIDEST AND BEST ENGLISH PRINTS- Colors all guaranteed fast. Never sold less than 15c, 100 patterns to select from here at, per yard 12 l'2c SCOTCH GINGHAMS" In checks and stripes, fine even weave, worth 15c anywhere, 50 pieces here, while they last, per yard lOC Come in and look through our complete spring stock The Simpson Co. Ltd. HIGH WATER IN MILK RIVER -The Mounted PoUce liaU a letter from Milk River this morning, slat 3ng that tlie high water has waslied away the traffic bridge ai that point The bridge is a new one, having just been built last .rear. World News SPOKANE MAN'S NEW COAL PRO .PERTV ,IN NORTHERN ALBERTA Sfjokanr, March 21,-Xiidrpw i,aid-law, one (ii till'. carlipKt. as he lias been one of (fiti mo.ff sticcci^sfii) promoters of coal mining ijropn.siyjons In llic Inland Knvpinj, left yosteriliiy tor Edmonton, Alberta, tu iuriinnc fni tlic initiative of devclnpini'nl opcra-llons on a property which hr has .fust ac(|iiir�d and incorporalcd u;ydcr the name oi the People s Coal Coiiipany, Limited. Tile new company, winch lias a cap-i(;aI-,s1.ock of sa'iO.nflO. in 1,000,000 shares, of the par vahn: nf 25 cents each, owns 600 acres (if land npar Kdmonton, which is linnwn In lie underlaid with three seams oi , tyjiil, each averagihR abonl U\v felil ^ in depth. The upper sfaur is cuvcred with only .seven and a luilf \i, l.'i feet of noil, which it is proposed 1n .strip oft' by mean.s of steam .shovels The two lower seam.s cai.ii have sandstone r6of.s. In the vicinity of Ihe People's vom-. pany's land three other roal mines are in operation. Tliey h.jve lu remove-vastly great tiUrinUiies of ovim-Inirdcn in order to exir.ui theiv coal, yet eacli oi tlietn is a roni nhi/tur to allm" the nearby inark(*rs, where the prevailing price is .12 5ti n ton, and' all of them are making munc\. Mr. Laidlaw figures that io worU his top seam will be so inexpensive that he will be able to put his coal in the market at a total cost of noi exceeding $1 a ton. Tie estimates the coal underlying ei^ch acre oi the company's hoUlings at lS,(iOO tons Colonel N. A. Burritl, iornerly of Trail, B. ('., and Davenport, who has underwritten a large block of the treasury .stock, will leave lor (he easl in a few days to fnteiest old associates in the railroad business there in the en,terpris0. PETITION FOR mBURN UNE WOMe'N HIOH IN SOCIETY USE PRIVILEGE OF VOTING j .Vlllwoultee, March 'H.-A.o aa�l>ii� of y��terd�r'� .prlinao- vote for noni IneeB for gcbool direoiorg In Milivaii hee shows a falllnK off In the sooisligt vote an eompurefi with the primary n year ago, when Rmll Siedsl wai en doraed as the candidate for mayor Only two out of four Socialist eandi-dales were nominated, and tbmn ran sixth and niatb on rhe llgt of 40. Society women re.�iBtered � more votea (n proportion ro the men than did their aiatera in the poorer wards In one precinct of the Sixteenth ward "arl8tocr�tlc," the totnl vote number ed 215, of which 117 were cast by wo men. In _ some precincta the numbei of women voters ranged'all the way from 1 to 100. Most nf the women ol the social sat who voted were accompanied by their huRbands. They appeared to know beforehand how they wanted to vote, and only a few had to be instructed. It is estimated that out of the aporoximately 25,000 vote? cast nOOO were deposited -by women. WHITLA NEWS Uciow is given a copy of the petition that is heiiig'si!;ncil by the land holders along the route of the t'.P.R. Lethbridgc-Weyburn line to the n�m- j niaBC|uera.de Iball at Seven Persons bcr of about Af)^} ^t will be turned over to the secret a ry of t!ie Board of The weather has been \nry l/lus-(ery ihe past week, and the anow keep.s pllinj; uv. Luoks like wi- would have a sood wet spring. Ij. V. Saunders, our restaui'ant man. went 1.0 .Medicine Hat Inst .Vlonda.v, where he secured a filing on a half section ihree miles west of Whifla. . .Joseph l^lenboat, who has bean vis iting his brother .). S. here for the past two weeks, returned to his home in Eckleson, N. Dak. on Saturday last, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Isilroy very plea-sanMy entcrtainea a number of their friends at whist on Kriday, Those present were; .Mr. and .Mrs. T Jlaney Mr. and .Mrs. A. E. Shaw. Mr, and Mrs. .j. B. Kort, Mr. and Mrs. H 1". ISnsign, W'm. McKenzle, .VTv. and Mrs. S. S. Richardson, and Misses iXellle Ogilire, Byrde and Mable Richardson. Refreshments were served at 21.00 o'clock, after which prizes were awarded as follov,-b: First prize .VI r. and Mrs. H. F. Ensign, and booby prlj:e by Mrs. A. K. Sha.w. They were obliged to stay until i'.iorninK on ac count of the storm. , Quite a number of the youi�g folks of Whitia and vicinity attended the U/E HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large assortment of children's Go-Carts and Carriages, An inspection of same is invited. A few Collapsible Carts left at / These are going fast Lethbridge's Greatest Home Fttr&tsim^^ 608 3rd Avenue S. PI Trade and used by him to try to on Monday last. Miss EJlzabetb Plfei received the prize for the best dressed lady, her eostfime representing show the conipniiy thai the construction of this line should be conimenc- I ed, and !n or "lO miles built the Lcthbriflse end this summer. ll, i!� neces.sjiry (or the development of the c' the .Vl.fiiniii- fleet,, has been chosen 10 re-preseni the navy at the coronation oi Kins (icorge V Admiral Dcwev declined llie appoutHTient l)eca!),>;p of the length of the .tourney. (ieo, Taylor, M, P , insists that T.aurier and l^'iclding entertain a spirit, of .'innexation, anil he is goin.i; to sue 11 ffananoque paper that slat-j ed bjs stoten-em was a falsehooj. i ("p to ,\eMerda;- liie building per-j mils for March in C'alnary reached $808,000. The first (fraud Trunk (rain to ^ leave Toronto for LOilmonton via C'hicago will leave .Vpril \. As indicated in >es(erduj's des-palclies. liie .Mnnitoba Legislature mi ; aniniously rejected the Dominion's ', subsidy ofier. I'remier Rr)blin de- j clarod it to be an insuU to the province. First Female Member of Norwegian Body Makes Address t'hi IbI lania. March 2S.-.Miss Rog-st,a da;, last week stnick the pasleuKer train from this place smashing seveml windows and filling the car .learly hHif full of the "beautiful." Among the passengers in the coach were General h-assenger and hVeighf Agent F. B. Wurzbacker and W. H. Shaw, of this place. As the former hasn't any hair worth mentioning!, the ettenis of the fright were not so apparent on him as on Mr. Shaw, whose scattered locks percepiiably whitened during the tew moments fallowing the striking of the conch by the avalanche. One has but to take a jKUni^'tlli: the wholB.=iale district iui,d MP^^ftau ear after car of machinerv, lumker, ''J^F (lour and other commodities aye �bie-, ing loaded or utiloadedi liiid he:witl see for himself that the faith of the ! people in the Lethbridge-diatnot -iK: greater than ever before K�e^y pl��i shows the hustle of bnsinesi ud, the wkolMkle men iriU !! tell ftii: tkst this i� ttu! liuiiMt MMB it; �|� fel8-i| lory of the city. Mr. T. 8' MM(n>. ehlltl labor in Alberia is^t'. Hflgersou, of l.aiida, .N D., arriv-beinn eliniinaied under the act recent-fed one day last week and contem-ly Dussed b.\- the legislature. Tbrougli i plates making impro\ amt-nts in the Ihf medium 01 the department of ne 1 way 01 gfariing streets etc. O. C, He! glecieil children, child labor has heen iSersou is to look after the lownsile Kradiinlli vviped out, and witliin iiillils summer, lev. weeks i: will practlcall> not ex ' Angus Beaton has (lis blacksmiiii 1st in Ihe province. jsliop nearly completed, on lot 10, blk Within the past week or two no^ less than sixteen cases of violation of -^l'' Harris, of \'alle.\ Citv. Is ex the new child labor law have iieen dis jlJeitod soon lo arrive, to erect a Uv-posed of, .'tome of these have beeiijer.v and feed stable, also a hardware io Kdmonton, aud they have all been store on lots 1 and 2. block 12. handled through the departmeni, of| There is to be h new bank building neglected children. I erected this siring on lots 1 and 2 in laek your Miouey. ;