Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
I*. New Carpets, Linoleums and House Furnishings Wo have placed in stock a largo shipment of Wilton, Armlnster, Brussels and Tapestry Carpets, alt In the- newest patterns, which vo will bo pleased to show you. Carpet from 35c to $2.00 per yard. Nauru's Unoloumns direct from the old country, In all the newest designs and colorings, S3 pieces to choose from. All Width's. New Cretonnes and Art Sateens. � A lovely assortment of cretonnes and art sateens in dainty stripes and floral designs. Prices from 10 to 40cents per yard. Linen Towels at 50c. pair A bargain, extra good quality linen towels, hemstitched, size 24x40 easily worth 05 cents per pair. Special 50 ceuts. I Lovely Waist Lengths Dresden Silks A beautiful showing of Dresden silk, in wash longths of 4 and 4> yds. just twelve pieces in stock and no two alike. Special at 14.00 to $8.00 per waist length. Easter Neckwear for Men Get a new tie for Easter at this store. We are showing a larger and bolter assortment of men's neckwearthan over before, in all the latest stylos and patterns; Prices from 35 cents to 75 cents. Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose Special at 25c pair 35 pair of women's fine black cashmere hose, spliced heel and toe, seamless, all sites. Special 35 cents per pair. i � ... ,.- ^ I. i. - New Dainty Muslins Exquisite showing of dainty muslins all In tlvo very newest patterns and colors. See our window. Prices 15c to 50c per yard. LADIES' DRESS HATS FOR EASTER. Just in by express, a number of Ladies' Dress Hats, which are certainly beautiful. We cordially invite you to see them. r (Ubere i$ Roscdale? Adjoining the Exhibition Grounds. $25 Makes the first Payment on these lots . . . Balance on Easy Terms. Secure your* at once. Going Fast. Garrett & Peterson Room 5, Oliver Block, i mi .IP- A LOCAL BUDGET. Miss J. C. MacKay will spend the Caster holidays at Plncher Creek. Apply to E. J. farm lands! 50,000 Acres Choice Farm Lands Four miles from Raymond, and five miles from Stirling. NotKtng better in Southern Alberta. Also.CITY PROPERTY and acreage adjoining city. Call and investigate. g. c. Mcdonald 4 Representing British American Land & Investment Company Conybeare Block Farm Lands, Real Estate and Insurance. 'If >|�,.,1S. Alien; architect of Raymond, J,;;WJM|' t� tj� city oa hi� way to Coal. ftljf,y tea, wbire h� will reside. rv*|l*yarian Bock Beer for Easter at Brewing- Co. and ail Bom to Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Dutxs-worth .on Friday, March i?2, a son. Special EaSter Beer, the' celebrated Baverlau flock Beor at the Loth-brida* Braving Co, and all hotels. Saleslady wanted Hill & Co. I\ Jlurton of the Magrath Pioneer was in the city yesterday. L. Kcllor of Medlclno Hat has accepted a position with A. Southard. L). May of the Dominion Express olHce is sending a tew days In Cat-gary. Die A.R. & I. Co. intend spending considerable money in enlarging their irrigation system. Mrs. P. M. Campbell returns tonight from Tabqj, where she^iasbeen \ibitlng since Saturday. Miss 31. M. Land of Magrath is upending a few days in the c ty on her - way to Clareshotm to take a school thero. The Knox church choir announces an excellent programme of Easter music for Sunday. An orchestra of ton pieces will assist. Miss Mobol Armstrong of Llstowel Ont., is spending tt few days with her brothor W. J. Armstrong, while on hor way to Vancouver. Peter Rudser of Itudser', N.D., was in the city this week. It is expected that the new Coaldalo siding will bo mi or very near his land. Miss Emmerson has resigned from tho Oalt Hospital staff and is leaving on Saturday to beeoine matron uf tho Hospital at Fernle, B.C. b. Jones, Sr.. has" added to his Block ol fowl a very fine pair of single comb black minorcas which he imported from Northrup the great American fowl breeder. It is.reported that 0. P. P. Cony-Ueaie purchased additional land 'in liivervinw on Tuesday morning, had it surveyed into fifteen lots In tho aftvrnoon and by noon Wednesday, thoy wore all sold. For tho Easter Holidays, March 2lh to April 1st., the Canadian" Pacific Railway announce a rate of one tare- and one third tor the round trip. Tickets on.sale March 37th, to \pril 1st, Inclusive, good to return until April 2nd. 8t As an Instance, of how property, in town is sell.ng, tho Lethbridge Financial li Realty Co,, had twelve lota listed with them on Friday evening at eight o'clock and thoy were all sold by noon Monday. This firm also report the salo of 80 lota' on Tuesday. The city council gave the health by-law its second reading at a special session. Tho super-assessment bylaw which will plajjo fifty per cent, extra asicsstnan} jm all vacant lots irudde the district bounded by Baron-nest* Road, Agnaw. and McDttff Streets and tho second street oast of W�wt-minstor Road was given similar con-: sldsratloa. .. School close* to-night for Easter, and will resume on Tuesday, April 2. Miss E. Addy loaves to-morrow to stay over Easter In Calgary with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Hamilton. S. Brown Is expected to-night from RrucebrlUge,' Ont., to assist O. A. Peat in tho gas-boring operations. J. T. Hall of Hamilton, Ont., has arrived la Medicine. Hat to assume his position as publicity commissioner and Is already at work. A company composed of the business men of High River has been organised and is authorised to spend 50,000 to bore for gas, indications of which are quite strong in that locality. A. J. Boyle, M.P.P., secretary of the Dominion Grain Association, soys that as soon as the Grand Trunk Pacific with its easy grade is built all 'of Alberta's grain will go to tho Pacific porta. The Lethbridge boys aire in good shape for their, football match with Maclood to- morrow. The boys to tho number of about sixteen, loavehy tho 1.25 train so that all members who are going should see the Secretary. II. A. Currle, and secure their ticket. A retailors' association has been formed at Pinchor Creek. Alts., the object being to Jointly further the interests of trade. The officers elected were as follows: President, J. H. Schofluld; vice-president, W. A. Fras- : ,er; socrctory. J. E. Bhoultz; committee, R. II. Ortnond; T. Scott. E. J. Mltcholl, and W. R. Cook. There LOCAL COMMENT. The proposition made to divide the public siiuare and soil it for business blocks is one that deserves sudden death at the hands of this city. That purk will bo of the greatest benefit to the city in every way. No build ings should be placed upon it, except the city hall. Let It'be kept a thing of beauty that will be a Joy forever, the pride of Lethbridge and the envy of nil other cities. Wo do not bo liovo the peoplo will tnko Mr. Ives' suggestion seriously. CONFIDENCE GAME. A novol confidence gamo Is reported from a fev- miles out in the country from Irlquols, Ont., which cost a farmer 82,000. Tho farmer hoard a knock at the door and on opening found a stranger, who claimed to bo looking for another man of the same cloth living in tho vicinity. It being late at night, tho farmer extended him hospitality as a frlond of the neighboring minister. Beforo they had rollrod, another knock at the door causod them some surprise. A-gain tho farmer opened to a stranger seeking the clergyman, who lived a little further on. Finding his mistake the stranger ejaculated. "Well I want to ge> married. The lady is in the cutter with me." The first arrival consented on the innocent suggestion of tho farmer to tie the knpt, aud tho farmer and his wife slguM the certificate as witnesses. Now their Signatures are at tho foot of a joint note for 12,000. Is already a membership of 26. The annual meeting of the Southern Alberta and Crow's Nest Pass League will Ito held in the Dallas hotel. Lethbridge, on Saturday, 80th April at 7 p.m. The clubs who wish to enter tho League should remember and Mud a representative to the meeting. Five clubs are sending; representatives, namelv: Lethbridge, Plncher Creek} Tabor. Frank and Maclood. SEALED TENDERS addressed |o the undersigned-will be received until S o'clock p.m. Wednesday, April 3rd, tor the erection of a store and oillce building for Mr. D. J. Whitney Plans and specifications may be obtained at the office of F. B. Roltson, over Hick aud Wakeloy's hardware tore' Ths'lowMt or,any tender not noccs-*M'ily accepted. F. B. ROLFSON. PICTURE SHOES THAT'S what many of out new "Queen Quality" styles might fitly be called. The makers of "Queen Quality" Shoes have long enjoyed world-wide renown for the beauty and originality of their shoe styles. But this season's models with their new toe shapes, new heels and new patterns, set a still higher mark. We only ask the opportunity of showing the new styles and demonstrating their superior style and fitting qualities. Prices arc $440, |3L50 and $340. fred gow & co. Classes in TimejSaves Sight Neglect to have them properly exaliaed may cause a life-time oi aorrow and regret, Small dieowra grow more serious every day. There is satisfaction in knotiug for sure that your eyes are all right, *WE CAN TELL JOU, OREN.th^^ (specialist .the onfoue in Southern Alberta, at 4 A.|WRIGHTf| Jewelry Store. [work ia done right. is 40,000 tSHARES ' DIAMOND COAL CO. FOR SALE AT 60c. WORTH 80* FOR QUICK ;^ale APPLY T. e. ^ATtSesON.