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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta PILES OP SUMMER GOODS We have no fear of saying our showing of Pine Fancy Dim* Mualina cannot be beaten by any one store in Albert*, and we might safely My the same of our full line Wash Goods, including Zephirs, Uinghams, Prints and Vestings. However*- see thein and judge for.yourself. Persian Lawns Goods so much wanted, fine shur quality. Prices 25, 30 and Hue. Ginghams Fine range of Washing Ginghams in small and medium checks, good value at 12Jc, 15c arid 20e. Laces Fine Val and Torchon in narrow and medium widths at 5, 7 and lUc. Dress Muslins Big assortment Dress Muslins in all combinations of colors, Horn! deaigm. - Spcciul price 10c. Girls' Skirts Accordian Pleated. Navy and Cardinal. Material-Fine Quality Lustre. Sizes-Length 24 inch up to ill. Colors - WATCH FOR OUR KM BROIDERY SALE NEXT WEEK. A late shipment we had givcrt up hope of receiving; should have reached us three months ago. Now they are here we'll have to slaughter prices to clear them out. See our window Saturday. Tf you want tfood SHOES at reasonable prices, come to ns. A. Macdonald r> Co. �, t, MscMein left Tuesday night for Winnipeg nml eastern American' Itullding |K?rn*lts issued in Medicine Hat for Km first half of May t�1��l-wl M,850,  Y. H. Slicpnrrt *|wnt a few days In Spt.kane, Wash., last' week, returning Momlny nioralBg. Mrs. L. a/'Havener-went to Mnc-Leod on Tuesday mornlag* ami will return on Saturday. Miss ChrisiiW McKay returned from Iter visit to Calgary la*t Friday.-I'ranhrook Herald. Miss lvoulse' Howson of Calgary, formerly of Tetfswater, Oht., Is vis -King Mrs. CO. Cv*|g. Engineer Pent lias put a nigttt shift on the gas-boring plant and Is muk-ing about sixty, foot per day. The*' Baptist - Convention foi** Alber-in, Hnskntchewnn and Manitoba i.i to l>e held In .lime 20-Siith. For two weeks only? you van get. stamp photos' at "�0e, 7ftc und one dollar per doaen.^HnMMr/l. PltlVATK SAUK of household furniture nt the Methodist-pnrsonageon Hatutsla.v nfternoon and evening. 4 Little's Sheep Dip. 75c. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. The Name Yon All Know 7SUTHERLAND SISTERS The ladies with* tin longest and most beautiful hair in'the world, produced by Hair Grower and Scalp Cleaner. The people all-look to tbia for luiuriant hair. J. D. Higlnbotham & Co. Fruity and Diapysinf Chemists SPECIAL AGENTS Come quick for slump photos at llnndford'm. Mrs. Mrtenn has resigned her posi-tion on the stair of the Hull'Hos -pltnl. * llev. I). .lotus goes In Talier on Sund.iy to conduct his monthly service there. .1. W. McXieoll. president of the hind Kntcrprlse Lum!ier Co. Ih making n>>ari ofnee for Y.' H. 8hep-nrd, Limited. Mrs. K. A. .Cunningham returned from an extended visit to the Kast. on Sunday. Mrs. dipt. Mucdonell returned with her. Servant- girP wanted for small fun-ily. Duties to cotMmmcw on .lime I., A|tply � -W.' A.monner-Hassfit, Co-Operative Association Store. (I. K. Hermann, who has been III in the U�lt UoKpllal for two weeks leaves today to go to his "Step son, A wire w Thou mil. Professor of Imw, llolyokc,-Mns*. Miss Allison's riumeroun friends will he pleased to know that she hus recovered'sufficiently from her illness to Iw aide to rcwumo her duties nt Ihe Unit1 Hosphnl. A Sunday school Institute Is to be held here on Monday. .Itina 10th. ..Mr. Stuart Muii-head, the new Held (Secretary rot- AMjerta, Saskatclwv on Itritlah- 'Columbia' will be prw - The material for Hit! Iiulhlltlig (if llii; j, Elllxptf MllllsMxilng plnpwl tm Ihe' gl'ODIIll. 1 Senator ApoMtle Htnoct "of Salt iMka City, t'luh, left for the houUi on Tuesday, H, II. Horner has returned from n visit U.' Htratford, Onl.,-and other points m tlur Cast. Tor two weeks i.nly, you can get stump photos at 50c, 75c and one dollar per' down. Itnadford's. Two car toads of pilm for the Hitn-son snw-inlll were unloaded this week The btiildlnj( will no hustled forwnrd. 1 l'l�� pol'ewareaodfying household-J ors that their yards must 4w cleaned' up. (.'lean up - befora, th� blue uniform* call on you. (.'has. McCuity, Kx-Mayor of Itn.v-mond and (I. M. Cannon, a large Alberta land owner from Salt. Ijiiko' City, were in the city on Tuesday, i T. S. has purchased a section of land between this city and Stirling and will prolmbly farm it s Ir looks too gooil to him to sell.))! ' The Alberta- Lodge, No. a," A.r'. A. M. of Macl�od will visit the bivthivn of North Star Lodge, No. 4 of this city on Monday night next. ; T.-H.-MeKen/.le of thcO. W. KerrJI t^or Will rrettirn t�**Mln*K'apolis, M^nn.^l for his wife and family and become a |!$rimtnenl resident of the vity. Wall Paper Newest daaigusatul colorings. Our 1907 lock now on hand. Prices guaranteed. daihin..... oumm^s. , Oliver lllock. ^ Cttmo ipdck fur slump photos jit lIuudiord'N. A. \\. Vnnce of Mllllnook. Out.. >�nt u ilny or two In the city this Mis. .1. II. I'iivniiiili of I'i.|..|'Iiuim Onl., Is speiuliii}; t| few w.-eks visiting Mrs. �i. II. .Iiilinstiin. * llnuh Scott iiifoviiiN us Hint uitli wliiit tliu tit 7ciis Imivi> |iliiiil�il the UUIiiIh'I' tf Imvs pliinleil Ibis spriuK is iibont citftit hiihilfi-il. Miss Klissie O'llngnii is nwny on a visit to Calvary and Kiliiinntoii. .1. It. Itiirniim bus Joined tile Hank dI .Montr.Mil stuff as Junior clerk. Senator iK'WIer went to Kdtimn -ton this iiioiiiihfT mid will return to Calgary for the Ijicrosse Association m.etlnjr. ii'ituning to this city on Tuesday. A. K. lluuipbi'ies. iiH'ivlnry of the Agrictiliurul Society has Ihsmi inform ill that 2, loo trees m-e on the way fr,:m the Dominion IC\|h*rimcntnl Km,u nl Indiuii 11 m11 for the So  rieiy. They will be iiiiiule.l � on the nr.r.h. west nml south sides of the grounds, in the bind prepnrtil for tl.em list full. I'*.. V. Itylnnds s|s.|it Tuesday In Mneljeoil. I To rent.- Two upstair rooms Sl.iH) a month. Apply The Terrace. Mis. Itobt. Smilli of llnundary Cni'k, ls\isliliii> Mrs. A. Werts. Sum tSrlltiibs. general nt>rclmnt of Sweet (Iniss, Mont., was in the city ihW Wi^-U. Mis. .1. I'liiniuli returlieil on Mini-day night from visiting her mother iu Mountain View. .1. W. Wi.olf M.r.l*. passed through the city mi Monday morning on his way buck to Citrdslou from Kdinoii- toll. (I, ii. Supt. It. II. .Ijiiuiesoji iiml ( Sii|it. Hrirkson s|m'iit n few hours in- nB�' sprcliug o|ieiitlious here Inst Sat or - ' 'In.v. j Miss Cassia Wallace who has U>on attending college in San Kruurisco during tho last ncndenilc year re -turmd'liom' oti Tuesday night. tliw result of A. K. Ilumiihrios trip with lite I all team was the coming of I). A. Itinuie of Minot X.D.. to the eil.v. Mr. liinnle is a rontrnctor nml liiiCder und may locate here. trip among the company's branch offices. I Miss Adecck for many years on the Unit II -spilal KlalT. has left for I'ei- I nlel II.C, to lN>niairon of the rail-mad hospital there. | Mrs. W. Colpman and two sons and , Miss llobertson bake returned from ii week's sojourn nt Wnsa.-Cnvn -brook Herald. | Mr. and Mrs. .Inin.'k Perry of Ij'lh-bridge. weii> in town Tuesday and day evening-as* well disposed of their pro|m>rty-4�eiv to 11. I .|sj,e ijcthbridge Temperance and K. Annohle.-ToImt Kiw I'n-ss. Mc r�l Itefoim League at their wiset- ] .1. Klrkpatrlck, formerly C. 1'. It. ling last Thursday passed a resolut-ngiml at l^>thbriilgn and latterly of j Ion of appreciation of the stand Chipmnn. n new town near Kdmon  taken by Wesley Church ladles The police ceurtnimrl a ls?vy of drunk* on Krlda'y, 'the usual assess-menf was'levlKf. KwMclntosh wuk 'taxed the cOst of the court for discharging k ftre�rros"VMhla the city Jimlts. ^ On Sunday evening. Rev. .1. I'.. Ilughson anm-iinred that luae ' 2nd would l>e his last. Sunday In Lelh  bridge. tie may possibly be' back from Conference to preach next Sun- SMALLPOX AT HKtllSA. Meglnn." Sa'sk..'May ^1.-Owing to what Is generally looked upon as the almost criminal negligence of n per -son Hiinfcring from a mild attack of smallpox letting his children attend two of the public schools without taking the trouble to ftrw.t ascertain the n*tuiv of his illness, It has been (t^clded by the city authorities, acting' upon the' advice of (4�e medical I olive 'ome�i:."*io shut down two school* in' n.u'ostion for a tort night. Seeding Time has commented nowfand^if ys� need ganlen- tools of* any riescrip-tion, our stock of garden aad farm implements is complete, and embraces the liest from the leading manufacturers. C. W. GRAY cofvmnMT f Hard wait wiLi.hANQi'icr srorr. banquet to Ik> lendei-ed by the Liberals of Saskatchewan In honor of Premier Walter,Scott and to celebrate his return home in'health after 'his recent long and"anter. {agaltf tonf^ht- in Mm wtudy of the ^+*mmm I ll l> llawden ierentlv*s imiiii w. mi 8IIRIINAV ON TIIK LKTHIMIIHClK in Talei to M. C. Knowles of Hulutli J iU.v- ., K n,ghson left on Tues- SITC \TIOX wholniemls ciwtlug thereon a num-,,|nv IIK,rnlng for Calgary t� attend; *^ j of houses, thus adding greatly to flle ^.^lons ,i the Alberta annual ' the apiieurnm-e of the hustling min - conference. If he can. get throat* with his work, thele. be will return to takv the service lieiv n�>xt 'Huo-dn.v evening. ed ing town. The financial number of the Man!  t of in C"Yve Press on May Ml. contain-a rut C. (1. K. Nourse, m�n-of the local branch of the Hank of Commerce, as one of the of the projiiinent western bank managers. The firm of Simons and llawden has dissolved partnership, the latter . iik-iiiIk'i of the firm having bought I out his partner. Mr. llawden intends running the business on u iHi-gerxcile than before. lie is enlarging his Tn 1st ofllce and purclmslnff u larger auto for the sale of furm lit ml ai-' ound this nisiriit. Prompt Delivery NNE TAILORED QARMCNTS FOH MtN 30,000 Men It is impossible to estimate accurately but judging from the sales reported by the makers of 20th Century Brand garmetrta no less than S10.0C0 men worn them lant �� season ami the number is increasing every year. No other make of clothes in Cauada is so popular ami this popularity ia baaed on the fact that thejr embody the four easeutiaU. of goc-d clothes, v'u. good Mrs. K. II. Kntull. �>Mrs. Ocoigo llogKUith and Miss Wellstait, of this city. On Tuesday Miss Wed-man. accomitaflied by ''Mis* Mazie --Small, Ipft for Winnipeg, nod will be Joined at l�lhhrldge by Mrs.'Morris Mrs. IC. II. Small wont with ilieui ns'far Va P^rtiie-Cranbrook IVral.l.. ; Mrs. hi. (' Iln7.ell �ndf�mjl.v left for l4>thbridge ou last ulgbl's ox  press. A large crovd r>( friends witiv at the station to see thnittbflf. � :Their departure will I* a distinct loss to the community. Mr. Ilaiell. with his robust Imss voice, has'been � a most valued member of the Pt��-liyterUn church choir and both he 'and tho Misses Ituzcll hu\^ always been willing to assist in any local 'entertainment b.r a worthy cause. \Their many friends, among whom, the Woe Pro*s would like to'b*, wish'them nvery success and 'happiness in their new lionn-.-Koinie President Shernuin of the t'niled Mine Workers of America. Pistrlct No. IS, states that the district board will confer with the operators of the Mall coal mines at Lelh -bridger who have express�-d their Willing**** to enter into a new a  greetucnt with the. minors without the Intervention 'of n conciliation board. "I do 'not look for any trouble.'' tnid President Sherman, "although tttere .may b� some differences t f opinion 'lirtwwn the ojienttors and the miners, owing to the "desire of the company to ignom'lhe union us such (1 ond deal with the minors as individ- |�J �uals." "t'lvsltVnt ' Hhermau Ktatwl that this wn� flte only elehtent of trouble they anticipated in eunlieclIon ivltli the o'ttaiiitng of a new agreement tit Lethbrltlfie. "lu ttml event, however, the men will* apiieal.** as- a uuion, for a con-dilution Imard, 'according to the terms of thv new-act. In uny event thrlv will I� no cessai Ion of work, which'* will' proceed' as' usual in either event." This is" PreKldent Sherman's ststipnient cf tlieii*plaus for l>*tli - J hrJ%*.~IMmnnton''Huthjtlh. { � .1 ll isjeb ii. j FDR SALE A i>-rnniii(%i%>aVN%>sj>>Ml^t�Ws^^ Free Press Tlie nwetiox i.f thr l'',pworth.' I�a  gue op Monday night" was. o��e of the {largest' nH�nded for some time,  t*i# ioccHsior* belag the euiort4)�i>wi�t of | tho- Senitrs 'tw an fexcvlleut program 'furnished by the junior league. The tehait- was. occupied' by flie sunerln -itontkiit.'affa. *W. Jordan, who'after .devotional  exorcises presenwd tlie following program, which was5 wdwtir-ably romlcifdronoiring vborus.'Jhn -iurs; - recital ton,� MargoTet "Itufttson. solo, Kaiateeu KouthaH: recitation. Margaret Foster: �h�M. t'uirie 'Cook and* Katahjen Virtue; reading. "Willlp tinlhraiih: 'topic. 'Alma Mohntna piano solo, Maud fierce; **w!Wigi |�wit> Htevens:,-solo, I |,lent prograuuna furuiibed. fOXt'KRNINO 8PII niVIRIOXS. ! - n. I ' Property owners nre hereby noil  . fkxl that from and'after .luue 1st, 1007. no subdivision will be |wr j milled*within the city limits, which loos' not conform to the requirements | set forth and approved by the IV i parrmdnt of Public Works. All sub-divisions made iiitivioiis to June 1st, 100-, wiy be allowed subject to the approvul of the Pity Kn-.glneeiv (i. W. UOIMNSOX, Sec re t a ry -Treasurer. A new lot cf fine silk JUST RWCiVtD Excellent Values G. H. Johnston Teams Wanted. ' About ten teams are wanted n oj�c� tohnul. grain from the ' Silveri Farm to the Coluiublu Klevntor, Irf'thbridge. 4 rents jier bushel |�aid for hauling. Apply to JOll.VA.. aiLVCH, Cherry residency. O. W. KERR CO. have opened unices in the Oliver BlocK, Room 3 Headquarters Spring and Winter Wheat Lands Come ami see the famous Mo�ratii land, row on the mUrlet. * We have also a iew ohoice sections in NVaruer disirief, * T. S. McKENZIE, Local Manager, ;