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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta V U AT UMi Our V Tempting Bargains in our ReadytoWear Section Ladies ReadytoWear Department is tremendously stocked with the very choicest and newest goods of Canadas No matter how your taste incline we have the goods which cant fail to please best Ladies Muslin Special 50c Made of good white lawn with nice lace insertion down the as neat a blouse as you often pay 75c io while they Special Ladies Muslin Special Made of fine quality white trimmed with an allover enbroidered and fine pin sleeve finished with tine all Special Lovely silk shirtwaist special Made of extra good quality black aome trimmed with allover lace and others with fine val all beautiful Special for tailored Skirts worth Splendid quality tine tinish Pikimma cloth in black and ifavy and fancy mixed tweeds in light and medium all miwlo in extia full pleated with strapping and Special price for Ladies Wash Suits worth Made of splendid quality plain Chambrays and fine checked Ginghuips iu colori white and in shirt waist aud peterpun H2 to special Specially Priced Raincoats These serviceable coats come in threequarter made of medium good wearing cravenstie in full box colors fawn and How to Make Money Buy Land for You can do I can sell it to you acres to select if you buy from I have some snaps in town A sure way to make money BUY WHEN SELLWHEN DOBBIN Dealer ia Alberta Lands and Lethbridge Properties Room 1 Phone 122 Edmonton us er IMQBop gave af of Hughion aad At the request of the officials of tlhi local miners the of Wes attended thcfr meeting and gave a Although of when he accepted the it was fitting that llughson should take a hand in the meeting brought a final themine I workers1 in Ikrtl Sherlfian introduced son meetmg ire a brici plnnontary t v expressed the compHtncnts paid him in the requestto jneet them and to a few words of farewell Nothimj harl given him greater satis faction during his pastorate hero KSTATEMEX DOWX AND In n game last the baseball representa of took the meas uro and weight of the land in Lhe ratitfof For ings ami large crowd on the Cjui Mac jnxie the real estate tvirler had them all arxl allsorts of treat houseruns Macleod onSecond an enviable record of single one of 17 official score gives him six Gibbons i jVT1 hudjthe of having one ball Hiplej seorued victini of the threebagger IJarnrw1 caustic remarks as to the ability of pitcher were most than the confidence that the working Thcounter jumpers did men hnl in Ity Jjirthand mot themselves noticeable ex training and temperament he one with He honored worlds workers they toil with brain or Sjoincmust flo labor ami others must do intellec tual but all labor wns ncccssary and Ifc hoped they would all come to sec the djgnrty of their daily Ifc had sympathy with them in their strug hoped to see them enjoying their fullest rights and so that they could live in comfort and educate their families and help to buikl iip the greatnation whose foundations were being laid on these western He spoko of tho in finite possibilities that lie leiorc the and expressed the hope that would I have a proper ambition to make the 11 most of themselves and of tlieir op He counsel led them to stand to le broad minded in their views of the labor question and fair in their lie es pccinlly urged them to remember that progress must be made hj and that in nil such matters there must be amutual spirit o give am He was sorry 1 leave but he would follow the course of the labor rpvestion in the westwith 1 he greatest inters and he wished them pence antl pros Tetcr PaKerson replied nea speech in which he expressed for th men present their appreciation Hughsons presence and their wishes for his future A vote of thanks was pass ed and Michel Pablo sold the TTniffalo to the went through on their Their horrl pL for their bsxllplaying proclivi Cmpirft Humphries was fuly eiwrecl for jill enttrgencics amlcumc nt of the game with few forgetme The ganxs as whole is the ascball feature of the The estate mon had rei in their eye no pockets as a More Homesteads The of appliel r during May was For he same month last year it j nd 21U in May Tbc iow and fsiand districts re eivcxl the greatest of no A LOCAL Seventyfive tickets wore sold for the summer conference excursion to SaltLake has been receiv ed xviih great that Charles the Western poet and will shortly resign his posi tionas Dominion immigration agent at arid takc his dcrice undertake tlie preparaticii of ahis tory of Westfern Sitch o work of inestimable j value and is no one else who has anjthing like Mairs qualificat ions for the JJa has spent the givnler part of a fascinating in Western has done a very large share in bring ing it to its present enviable pos As a literary worker he has never received the recognition vhich have read arid enjoyed his poetry Ielieyc is due Saturday In reply In the Heralds inquiry concvrning the accuracy of the above Mair said that the mention of his writing a history 01 Wosleni Canada is practically correct as he has such an undertaking in iiMiid but he would not fleem itneces sary to go lo Tikhnonton to do so although tin old timers up there har nrgetl that ho He would rather go to where the docu ments are Mair tontion of resigning his jwsitioi position here as immigration Crop Sheriff Young who have beenall over the south con n try d u rin g 1 1 a st few da say that the crops are looking They them samfIcK of ryer twentysix inches high that has startwl out winter inches The rjc is from and the wheat from JHshop Hnm both of The crop this year is bound to lw rorord breaker a ml the Cnnlst on crops will the West this TM crop of hay is first wild hny will fit to cut by the fifteenth of the Farmers are putting in large areas of potatoes this Jolui Kemay John who Colloc of Custems in Ijctbhridgc for a numter of years has received tic ap poinlitxsnt of of Customs for His headquarters will be at The appoint men t takes eject at Tenders will lc receivcd up to the undersigned for the erection 12 by ot Sheds at Mat ma Yn fM n ns hd tions inaJ Tc sivn nt olfico of City City June 613 general agent fo vi GreaterMorris nnl Howe Circus in the city ar jingements for the coming of tin Circus to Tethbridgc on Saturday Since last season the has grtatly enlarged and mnny nci and novel features will Ixs exhibite here this The first advert is ng car wi arrive Saturday and commence posting town andcountry with circus ylajver announcing the la Tvo steel Dickie and Groon had a low down on the public square Tuesday Chief Pa cry nabb thcm One paid a V and costs and tho other the costs of the On Monday June a chapter of Koyal Arch Masonry will be by Nankin of Clraml the Ois Hrcthren of lw and arc requested 10 bring with them certificates Graml also le a convenience if hrcthrcTia would in ad vftncc of their intention to be pres THE new Queen Quaity styles are uwniitalubly aristocratic You instantly note MI of quality about They are the vofwc widi womra particular M to But correct fashion only the hejininf of satisfaction in Queen Quality They ate com fortable from the became they fit the foot as a glove fits the We want you to see the new slyles we arc now showing at and FRED COW The concert that was 1o lc given by the Tcinpftrnncc awl Moral He form Txtigue tontght has post Tt UaUdcns chaffeur got up too much speinl tlw other evening motoring through tlve Chief 1orry get his speeder on hhu with n result that the formers speed was slackened to the tune of antl Much trouble is caused ago tlonn to the firchcse by having trigs ami nut os riding over it when I the pressure is The Chief calls attention to ihc fact that rigs are not allowed to cross the hose when it is laid across tire Miss Scott is reiYwying from her present The buiMinfc is to Iw by Praettt who s starting Vi To Subdivide About 40 acres close to the city wanted for anbdivision by with to Give k and best terms ST Herak ASK FOR MlXAtllTS AXB yo ;