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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta h - j 1 l f ts not to t- f , ��. . i ivoW *h� �gi*emuiH. but the -Mlna Hilda Mcnalc of J^nbrooke, I fl|W> |s (Q cb|lil||l|0 1n f(||| f(mv um| Oni., is visiting Mrs. P. L. tfalsmlHi |t ,H nol aii)>-secLlo� lo abHo^ tIn* Creek s|ient Hiatal Day lathe city, j right of the in on to snsprnd work i\U The pastor of Wesley Church will.ter the flnol settlement as heroin preach at both services on Sunday, .'provided If any operator or operators The Cadets will attend divine scr.-j,r',n,*� 10 W bound by nny decision vice in a body to Knox Church on .ftlven\agslnM Wall Paper 1j \* �1.1 tti f Just to Hand Full Car of Fresh Groceries i Contains C. & B. Tains nnd Vickies, SmiH>'� Pnve .tnn�% ittul .Tullios, California Kv. aporatecl Fruits, No. 1 brands Cuimtd Fruit* and Vegetable*. CAR OdlLYlEX ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR, no better iiimIc. Chriiitie's Soda* nr. Little's Sheep Dip, 75c. Mr. Feut of Hurley on Whnrfdale, Kngf/ind, nrrlved In town thin week ami will make Mm ivnUbnco here. A hirge assort ment of UAPHAKL TlfCK * CO. S CKLBBRATED Illustrated Post Cards Tht MiHNON WiiHoii of IfcUevUle, Out., arrived in town this wvok and huu' taken posit (ohm iih Ktenogriiph- ern. Sunday moralnff.' ttcv. A. M. Gor. don Is to preach a special sermon. On Saturday, a man named Win. Hames, working on iho Woollen u>U\ had the mlNfortttno to fall from a RcnIToW some twelve or flfteeii feet to thd ground, alighting on his head lie \*i\H rendered unconscious and remained in this condition until his death on Tucwlay afternoon in iho Oatt Hospital. The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon with He v. ,1. E. HuRhson officiating. The . iVNihed m\n an ICngUshman. � recent arriAt in the city. The; ladles Aid of,Wesley Chtirch wish to  thank titc following a huh for thelr^ generous assi�lance In the Civic Celebration Banquet prepara . tons: kelson 4 Fraseer, tea, oof-tto and jelly powders* prepared by Mrs. Hubbard; A. Afacdoiiald&Co. pickles and gelatine; Brown Co. llAd., HodBon's liny Co. and Nelson and Fruttor for loan of dishes; The North West .Jobbing und Commission Co., a eo/a? of lemons; The l�Di�un Mllling Co., donated all the bn>ad used and 4iad ll especially made for the occasion from their IlttymoiHl flour. The Western Waithouse & Trnnsfer^o., iw,aitd T. L. Clark for the flowers. ' Wesley Church held a .vary"success-full missionary anniversary on Mun-dav. Hew II. K. Gordon of l^combe was the preacher for the day. His addresHes were strung appeals for a tsjger vision of the work of the church, |�rticutsrly In the nation building that 1s being carried on in this western country. The financial were them und'r this art - Icle." ' The statement of Hon. .W, II. Ciish- r j lug that the Alberta Government wotilU bring in an eight hour hunk to bank law is feeognf/ed in thi> flKroenient by this clause: It Is understood that nothing h/e-Iii shrtM t>e held to afford any groutul against the ennetntent of Idgislutiou Vo�pecting hours of labor in the province of A Inert a., ' ' - .s Tdken sltog?ther the Settlement is satisfactory to all parties and tlu* public Is �ot to sutfer the inconvim - iencg* of a fuel /amino. Sir William Mulock and W. I,. Muc-Ken/Je King of wiiose efforts to secure iwace, nothing but pralso la heard from ail parties, have left the scene of dispute. Newest design* ami colorings. Our 1U07 stock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. GavcraMt Wfaia Stilt Tt� Alberta Government won � very lm|>ortant victory in the Su -preme Court. �t Ottawa. F-oat year the Supreme Court of Alberta held that the Medical Aet passed by thr Alberta tcglaluture was not const! -Lutfonat. An appiMl was taken to the Hupremc Court nt Ottawa ami the decision has been reversed. mrraw cossif lt�'\. .1. I'. West num. Crunbrook's lacrosse preacher, has 4wen invited to Mount INeasant Church* Vancouver. I.h Crosse bent Winnipeg ft-0 on Friday, allowing only four little hits while the conquerors of (-anuckclubs awutt�?d out ten, und pliiycd tin errorless Holding ganic. i i JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. , For Sale only hy p. .1. Whitney is carrying around n very noliivabh. limp the result of OPt anc| \n carrying nil Mr. Trelle formerly a hotel keef*er|lts own flnancinl obligations, but Frailly and Diapauaing CbamiaUl"1 Colemmu uiul well known in l^th- last Sabbath iftOO was contributed bridge, is now iiinmiging a conl mine Mo the missionury work that is being J. D. Higinbotham & Co. LKTHBRI �E. m Hon. I>r. IWolwr returnwl on S*it urdny nights train. Win. P. Tate is visiting his son C. Hosh IVte.tbe ieweler. Win. Taylor the toamster, 1ms k fthone No. 201 at his house. II. F. Keillor, principal of Hay -fBnnd schools was In the city on Sat unlay. Mrs. A. M. Hitchie#lPi't on Sat urdny night for a year's vacation to the old country. V. A. dohnston has disposed of h|s rah hUHinesK to K. A. .lohnsoti, lately of l.'phnm. North Dakota. The otllce ia at the suom* place. Ilegiu piock. w W. C. Simmons, M. P.P. was In t.'nrdvton on Monday ^lefending a mun nnmod Barton aceuw�d of horse stealing. Kx-liis|�ecuir Irwin, .If., re-inandiHl the case unlit Kridn,*. * A man nnintil Peterson from Stir - i ' ling was sent up for trial on Mou -day, on a chnrRv punishable with life ImpriNonnviiL and whipping. . Ashley of (Iretnu, Man., is tiie new in una get*. carried on in other parts of the west. On Monday,evening Mr. Gordon gave a very practical, address to the rp. worth League on the subject of Christian citizenship. ICIse MoydiniiiHtor^Wiil Split Into Two Towns. Want to Come Into Alberta. Ottawa. May It. W. Miller and j .1. T. Hill of JJoydmlnstcr, are here} to-day und had a long interhiew with | the lion. Frank Oliver. Part of the boundary line between Albertu and Saskatchewan runs through thv town Tliey want the boundary changed so Ktifus (>. Wood, father of Mrs. | Tate, of this city, dtad at the hoe-.1. II. Mecuiu, fornvui/ in the P^ol yesterday aged 69 yeara. Ha Mounted Police and atone tune in c*,!lft fro�* Olfc.fJ, >l. ftto risk the hotel tiusinoss with Fred imwner In" m-M�ntaiia, ThelOO.F. Mn this city, Ih now manager of the wi" f� P "je ; Windsor Hotel, one oi the landing | The pbsthltister expects to have : direction was askod whim llu houses In Kdmonton. j evorytllihge ready to give s> SStis- was going through parliament l>r. (Mendonnnn* who has frequently k vl�it,.l l..thl.,M�o in his c�p,,cH.v uh |,0""�rr�w m0rn,n�' provincial Health Officer, has been ' dismissed from that position. He | in all likelihood he succeeded by ; will Hr. Irving, iiiodlcnl health officer for [ the cfrty of Rdinonton and son of Sir | Aenillius IrWng, of Toronto. At the regular UHvlinK of the A. O. F. Mtmilny evening. Nro. a. M. Bltchle ivc.dvtHi the appointment of Master of Degree wi�rk. This splits Lothhridpe second in Albortn. Calgary being drKt. It was also decided to run a ruem-Der for representative of AIU*rtn �t the B. C. high court meeting lo bo held in Victoria next July. A -donutlon was also iiukW tii brethren in distress in Kingston. #la ma lea. FOUND. 1 A sunt cif money on May tHh. Owner oan hate same hy proving propaity and jiayiiig for this ad-vertifr at ;nt. Address*. Box kethb. i lge�* that tin* tov-n will be till in S�h-Uatehewan, or nil in Alberta. If not they will rerpiiro to have two towns. ; Only a small portion of thn town Is now in Alberta, hut it is growing. 1 A change in the boundary in this ! bill | ^ . but I it was refused. \ ! The Federal Oovorunwmt Is ex|KH*t-,d to estnltltlsh nnexperimental farm in the I\?�ce llivcr IWatrict. The Frank Council is buying a hook and ladder truck as well as other fire fighting appliances. CJWtai DIRECTORY Labor Trovklct �rt Ov�r Lady's Ready-to Wear Waits your inspection. Kvery gar-[seen. Kdgings with inserlions to meat is fresh, crisp, immaculate and mutch from ft cents up to 4ft cents, made uudur the best conditions. Keb-| Corset cover tlounrlngs from 12 to lies arc excellent, proportions and* Id inches wide, ttftc, 4f>c. 4ftc and Department. A World styles perfect, Anislt superior, trimmings ol the newest und most approved designs, oven the least expensive I>ea rs closest critical axa in ina tiou. COBSKT COVKIIS. In eKquislte styles and finest finish, in lawns, tuvtnsooku, lingeries and nHover embroideries, trimmings of embroidery nnd finest vulenclennes lacos nnd insertions, from 2ft cents up to $2.00. KIUI1T OBKSSICS. Finest nulriHook sllpoyer and mother huhbartl Styles, Inco and embroidery trinatiing, short ami long sleeves UXBKRSKIItm-Charming skirts of fine English long cloth, with trlmmlnga of ovary description, deep luco flounces, em-broideriod flounces and allover tuck- Whitewear. 1-ACKS. Valenciennes U\ees in various widths with insertion* to imitch, from ftc to 20 cents. Fine MuJine ]fteos and insertions from 12i cents up to Jlftc. Torchons from 7*}c to J7Je. Imitation Maltese luces and insertions, very pretty for wash dresses, are going for 1�icP I Tic and 23c. MAUVS APUONS Xo gunuent in the wa rd to I h> or the housekeeper or maid is more India -leasable than thn trim white apron. Wo have touutii'ul aprons of white Indian linen, nmde with extra full skirt, nicely hemstitched and with biotellea trimmed with a ruffle of ed flounces, tho vary newest styles, 1 Jaed edged embroidery and valonciou-from 7ft*cents up to aft.ftO. uta niedallions, price $I.7ft. We tiffor genuine, white cambric and Painty white uprons, with shirreil Swiss embroklerieH of a more oxton- frill on skirt and rovers edged with sivo range than ever before. These embroidery and insertion. Price $1. embroideries arc hot. in large quan- I Plain laltu aprons with wide Nes, titles und this auuldes us to selKhem for 2ft cents, ut prlceN tlvat cannot \w duplicated elsewhere. We Invite you to inspect our stock, kaoving thai you will go away satisfied with what you havu Allover, long sleeved, gingham up-ronK, In large and small cheeks, the most appropriate ever made for only Prompt Miv�ry TtkphOM 33 Wholesale and Retail. r The thtvutcned coal strike bus been averted and an ugrivinent boa \teeii reached that will last for two yeara The men are returning to work but | the mines v i\} ttc greatly hand leu pp- ed for some time.us lietween TflQ ami |800 of the irum have left the district, ft I*-expected that inside of two , werks all tho romaining men will be at work, including those who voted .against the return. The vote showed that 1121 w?r*e for returning whili.�t7-t7 were uguiast giving a majority of 377 for tha agieemi?nt. Michel was the only large er lot-2 lots - no better site in the city. COXYUKAUK i KNOX CHURCH. (Presbyterian.) Hev. A. It. Gordon, Minister. iUBttsy Services st 11.00 a. u�, and 7.*n p. m. Sunday School at 3.00 p. ro. Prsyer Meeting every Wedwadsy teeinf at a,0 %f4 aun4ay after Mstiue. *vht *Joim�# B. A., Ass'�*tait CATHOLIC OHUHCH. Sunday Bervie��:- U� ma�a, 8.80 m ; 11.80; veapers, 7.S0 p. Wny rvioe�:- s.po a.m. FaHMr vM xi I # a new lot of fine silk underskirts JUST *KC�lV*D Excellent Values 1 ohnston FOll Fine Millinery Try the leudisg establishment in Lethbridgo. hiyh ai4U in. McLeay eeeeeeef��*# -IK �:--f. 4 7* ;