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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta mrnii stores NEWEST GOODS AT MODERATE PRICES. Wc buy direct from the manufacturers, and have shipment made direct to Lcthbridge. DRESS-MAKING IN CONNECTION. ' New Carpets, Linoleums and House Furnishings Wo have placed in stock a large shipincnt of Wilton, Armiuater, Brua-aels aod Tapestry Carpets, all in thu newest patterns, which tre will be pleased to ahow you. Carpet from 35c to $2.00 per yard. Naum's linoleumns direct from the old country, in all the newest de-aigns and colorings, 23 pieces to choo.so from. All Width's.' New Cretonnes and Art Sateens. A lovely assortment of, cretonnes and art sateens in dainty stripes and floral designs. Prices from 10 to 40ceiits per yard. Linen Towels at 50c. pair A bargain, extra good quality linen towels, hemstitched, size 24x40 oaNily worth 65 cents per pair. Spec iai 50 cents. � ( Lovely Waist Lengths Dresden Silks A baautltul showing of Dresden sUk. in wash lengths of 4 and 4� yds,, juat twelve pieces in atock and'no two alike. SiMCial at #4.00 to t8.00 per. waltt'length.' � � ..... Easter Neckwear for Men. Get a new tie for Easter a/t this store. We are showing a largtor and better assortment of men's neckwearthan ever before, in all the lataat atylos and patterns: Prices from 23 cents to 75 cents. Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose Special at 25c pair 25 pair of women's fbie black cashm6ro -hose, splicad heel and toa, seamleas, all sites. Special 2S cents per pair. ' ' ^ : �," -..[ ' -1 I .'.� ---!--' ^ �.'-' - New Dainty Muslins Exquisite showing of dainty muslins all. in the very, newest pattern* and colon. See our window. Prices 18c to SOc per yard. r LADIES' DRESS HATS FOR EASTER. Just in by express, a number of Ladies* Dress Hats, which are certainly beautiful. We cordially invite you to see them. n m m {(Ibere i$ Rosedale? AdjoUkittg the CxhibitioA Grounds. $25 Makes the first Payment on these lots i . . Balance on Easy Terms. Seetirc yours at ooec. Going Fnst. Garrett & Peterson Room 5, Oliver Bloek. farm lands! 50,000 Acres Choice Farm Lands Pour miles from Kaymond, and five miles from Stirling. NotHlng better in Southern Alberta. AIbo^CITT PROPEBTT and acreage adjoininK city. Call and investigate. G.c. McDonald I'^ScJpiMenting British American Land & Investment Company Conybeare Block Farm Luds, Beal Estate and Insoranoe. AXOCAL BUDGET. tor']S�t.r at Bo|�, tu Mr, aiiO Mrs. O. D. Duns., worth Friday. Mardt 99, * Hoh, ' SpMlal Baiter Beer, tho'celebratwl Bavarian, flock Bw"at the I*th-IitMm Bnrlat Co. aad aU. botela. Saleslady wonted. Apply to B. J. HiU,& Co. F. Burton of the Magrath Pioneer iva� in the city yesterday. L. Keller of Medicine Hat hwr ac-cui)tcd a position with-A. v Southard. V. May ol the Dominion Express oiQve is BiMsnding a few days in QaX. gary. riie A.R. & I. Co. intend spending considerable money in enlarging their irrigation system. Mrs. P. M. Campbell returns � to^ night from 'iAhOf, where she^asbeen Visiting since Saturday. Miss M. M. Land of Mjagrath is spending a fe\y days in the c ty ox^ her - way to Clareshblm to take a school there. ,Xhe'. Knox church choir announces all excellent programme of Easter, music (or Sunday. An orchestra of ton pieces will assist. : Mjss Mabel Armstrong of Ustowel; Ont., Is siiending a few days 'with her brother W. J. Armstrong, while on hor way to Vancouver. Pclcr ftudsor of Rudser, N.D., was in the city this week. It is expected that the new Coaldale siding will be on or very near his land. Miss Emnierson ~has resigned fron& the Oalt Hospital staff and is leav-ng on Saturday to .beeome ntatron of the Hospital at Fernie, B.C. Si Jones, Sr., has'^'added to his stock of fowl a very fine pair o^f sin* gle comb black nvinorcas which' h� imported from Northrup the great American fowl. breeder. It is. reported that C. P. P. Cony> bearo purchased additional land 'in UivurvioAV. on Tuea'day niorniiig, had it surveyed into fifteen lots in the aftornoon and by noon Wednesday, they were all sold. . For the Easter HoUdayi, : March 2by'Baroii>' :n�iis: Hoad; Aipieirt 'and lIe0H0 Mnsta aud the secoud street reaftVof'Hl^eat^ mihater Buad wM gtvaa slmliar C0�| Miss J. C. HacKay will spend the -EMSterbalMaya at Ptncher Creek. School--atowa ;io-night for Eaater. and will resumo:>on Tuesday, :Aprii,9; Miss B. Addy leaves to-naorrow to stay over/Boater in Calgary with her sister,:Mrs:^-F- Hamilton. S. Brown Is expected to-night from Bruccbridge," Ont.,. to assist O. , A. I'cat in the ga�'l)oring operations. : J. T. Hall of Hamilton/Ont.. has arrived in vMedicina Hat to Msume his .position .mm-.: publt�lty commiasioiw er and is already at worki A company' composed of the business men of High River baa been or-gauitcd and is authoriied to spend $50,000 to bore for gas, indications of which are quite strong in that locality. A. J. Boyle, M.P.P, aecrotary of. the Dominion Oraln Association, says that as soon as the Orand Trunk Pacific with its eaogr grade is built ail'of Alborth's grain will go to the Pacific ports. The Lcthbridge boys are in good shape for their, football match with Madeod to-, morrow. The boya to the number of about sixteen, leavehy the'1.25 train ao that all Jmamberai who are going abould aee the Secretary. H. A. Gurrie, and secure their: tic'ket.' LOCAli COaiMENT. ; ; . The propositrion made to divide the public si^uare and sell it for business blocks Is one that deserves sudden doalb at the hands of this city: That piirk will be ol the greatest benefit to the city in every way. No' build ings ahould be placed^upon it, except ihe.city hall. Xet it'be kept a thing of beauty that will he a Joy forever the prido of Lethbridge^and the envy of hU -other cities. We. do not be liove the people will take Mr. Ives suggestion seriously. COXFIDEXCE G'VME. A retailors': aasociation baa formed at Pincher, Creek, Alt*., the. object being to Jointly (urtlier the in- A novel confidence game is reported from a fev miles out .in' the country from Iriquois. Ont;, which cost fanner 12,000. The" fanner heard knock at the door and on opening found a stranger,, who claimed; to be looking iur another manot the eame cloth living in the, vicinity. It .be^ ing late at night, the farmer extend, ed hfan hospitality as a friend of the neighboring: minister. Before' thiey had retired, another knock at the door caused them.some surprise. A-gain the farmer opened to a stranger seeking the r clergyman, who lived a little, further on. Finding his mistake the stranger ejaculated, �'Well I wont to..g# married. The lady is in the cotter with me." The first arrival consented : on: the innocent suggestion of; the fanner.: to tie the terests ol trade. The oflloers elected Ikn^t, and the fanner and his wife were as follows: President, J. H. signM^ the certificate as wHnesses. Schofield; Vice-president, W. A. Pms- l^ow their .^gnatursa are at the foot er; secretary. J. E/Shoultx; .corny mittec, R. H.Ormond;T.{ Scott, E. J. MitchoU, and W.B. Cook; 'twere is already a membership of 516. The annual UMeting ot t^ aouth* criiAUierta and Crbv^'B Neat Pass League will m lUM la ho- tel, Lcthbridge; oii^'t^^^ SOth April ai Tp.ni. Jiij^^ who wish to enter the teasua should remember and Mud a r^priMwntative to the meeting;^ :Plve'ch^ sending rep-resonUtlves, .?aamelv: I^hbrWge, Tickets on sale March 97th� to ia>inGherCreski' Tabsr. Vtvolt. and iUacleod of a Joint.note for $9,000, sidsratioa.'. SEALED TENDERS addressed |o the undersigned.^' wilf be received, until Sofclock; p.m. Wednesday,; VAprll 3rd, for tlie erection of a store and oflire building for Mr. D.,J. Whitney Plans and specifications 'may be obr. taiuedat the ofSceot F. D. Rolfson, ovor Hick aud Wakaley's hardwara storo." The lowiNit or^ony tender not neees-wirily accepted. r. B. ROLPSON. PICTURE SHOES fT'HAlTS what naar of oaf nsw '^Qoeea Qoatttr* i ityfes night Mr he called. The makcn ol ^�Qucoi Qtiality^ Shoei hart loog csjoyed world-wids ttnown for the beautr and orig�^ttty of. thclt ihoc styles^ Bot this leasoo's models with their new tos shapes new heeb and new |Nittcni% set a atiU higher inatfc; We only ask the opportuoitr of showing the new ityki and demonstratiiig their sttpetior style fitting qualitiei; FWea arc HOQ^ ^ and |34�l FRED GOW & CO. Classes In TinieiSaves Sight loed may eaiise a life-time ' grow more serious eveiy for siire that yoar eyies. oooia 8b�therii Alberta; at Neglect to (have them properlf of sorrow and regfet., Small di( day. Tba^ ii|satisltetioit in ki are aU right. ;?WB OAN.TBCL 40,00(|^SHARBS DIAMOND COAL CO. FOR SALE AT 6bc. WORTH 80a. FOR QUICK ;S!l^LE APPLY ;