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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta ow You 1 y5o we aJO satisfied money Stocks unj ordertoturn it f weed big 250 waists in Spots and Floral De Tweed and Dark signs or J A llcaular 3Cf Stripes and anuyveiy special jit each Quilts and Blankets V S 54 Dress White1 Wool niankcts at 30 Heavy Suitings ofAltWool Tweed Goods Dark New and A splendid programme given by al artists inr Wesley Fri day toinorroA Davies and Sam of paid a visit Sundaylast between trams The Lothbridge Iron Works shipped three big iron Ou Monday to the Mclntyje Ranch to be used in their cattle dipping Three singers and an elocutionist who are all to Lethbridge should draw a big crowd to WesleyChurch tomorrow evening to the choir1 con Tress reports aud the opinion of critics I com Winni Calgary anil other centres of the reader t who aiijKjars TheSalvation Army is having and concert this evening at the An admission fee of twen tyfive cents will be Pro will be devoted to the interests itefrtshments will be WHEAT manager of the farm near the 4 that of spring wkheat on 42 bushels Miss Helen ioni of in KIIOK toes of of the served The deputy mimsUi of public oiks is calling for tendeis for the erection of the now Lands Tales ofhce in Cal Local couliaclois should got afuuthis contract and build the ofj Ace in Calgaiy if cannot have one in The is in an other S Hefody the ill Vk arrested heie last usK 1 to was brought up jor pir1 m inaiy hearing on Satur 5 V llLcr the evidence of the n I11 Iven sent up for U irrigated larni iothe tup spring wheat pn dry a yield of 21 per oats wont 72 bushels to the All thp gram Was of the highest COOD YIELD OF f t i McClure one of Lethbridges jtiBb harvested twolvo class Karly Hobe poU of js land containing slightly less than Four hun dred bushels to the acre is a yield of three miles from bridge crop of winter that averaged 41 bushels the He had some corn wheat that not ing only half ed 30 bushels per and was good Reriiimber vvfc give Coupons with Cash Purchases Christmas Stock haivd This weekits NEW NECKWEAR1 and GLOVES and the next sitting of the His reserved tie ia TJie entertainment put on by tha KennyIfarxcy Company on Tuesday evening vas of a high class or and was thoioughly enjoyed by Macdcmald the large ciowd present vey justified his icpuUition as amusing and as a and would be hard to beat Irons was good impersonator MioS in the I50WV1LLE CHAIN liElORTS FOR 1907 The TTcraids coi respondent at Bow thirty miles north of Lvtbbridgc has prepared statement regarding the crop retuins in his After reading some false reports from tenderfootin different papers about Alberta gram growing and welfare we wish to have published in our worthy Lcthbridge Uerald this report for Armel Williams threshed with his Battle Creek Advance rig in one hour for Mr John Houser 690 bush els of Other reports of grain are Lewis Hadford had 1026 bush els of spring wheat off 2r acres aver i GOOD OPINION Of HMK WHICH HE CAJWS BYWWI COMFORT HAVE A5ETTEROPINIoNjqr THAN oU CAN PIP YOU MOREWfTH vs A fresh stock of Colgates Toilet Just J Druggist and A LOCAL 190 t 3 s i f V 2 v a On and affer Dccemler 1st next IUIAC Lcidcd to adopt the GASlfi SYSTEM in our You piobably noticed the Lethbridge Writing Tablets Scene from the Merchant of Vi nice and her Grecian an I Uis Nel he Moore is a pianist and s i of great KiugUs cf Pvlhias are to be r i cu the sucVess Of Miss Map IHckonsons vocal tn umph at the monstei demonstration tendered Sir Wilfrid Launer in Mas sey the Toionto pap Mail and Empire Miss made a ticmcmlous hit Bntama the Pndii of the Toronto incident that caught the enthusiasm of the aud ience was the singing of the White and Blue by Miss who after her song was presented with two beautiful bouquets of iging 4G bushels to the He also had an average of 41 bushels of winter wheat off twenty Burns had 11 acres ol winter wheat averaging 37 bushels and 620 bushcls of oats oft 10 Robert Reynolds and Sons had 1020 bushels of oats oft 60 acres Harry Reynolds bad 10 acres o oats averaging bushels per acre Robeit Reynolds had 1878 bushel of winter wheat off 35 225 bu shels of flax off 35 acres George Green took bush els ofoats off 10 J Mills had f0 acres 37 bushels wheat YOU Will find most com The song was received u and wmle the cheering was i nf i pletC asSOrtmeut ltlblcts m the m prcsenwd one of ge from Lr to of Stirling spent Mon Y in the Audett went down to Coutts back at the week 3Mackie in the city on Holiday on the way to to his h I Mrs Johnston ieturnetl last night after an extended visit in the considerable the manj ufacturers and in addi tion to advancing their pticcb have hhortcnel Tliesi changes ineant Aha t citlier luul to ante our prices or do busr messon a We cided that U would be in the Snter csts of our customeis to do the lat as change will POST sibltf to give youlhc BEST PRICES We trusit that our action will meet with your approval and that jou will continue to favor us with patronage nhich we have The New Book Store ROBERTSON and the ottur to Whitney Block Phone 251 1st door Vest of Union Bank Dickonson was then forced to an appreciated in the are very Edwards of the Alberta Govern ment Telephone System was in the city Monday on his way to Cardston Mr from has been added to the Dominion Ex press being tne night ag of the Recla mation Service near Ahe Marys is in the city this Twentyeight cars of cattle left Xflthbridge for Chicago on Tuesday ITIGTNBOTHAM Wholesale and Con tract Accounts vill be conducted on a 30 day Eckstorm spent Sunday i i i Pafctesons miny friends lire glad to sec him on uiij fircvt ea ain after his long siege of Walderman Xesbitt of Napin is visiting her Ma jor and Belcher at the Barracks the wellknown Strathcona has gone ona trip to Sjt to Toronto Miss Bicken son sang and was this one spot in the programme when real enthusiasm showed and she made the hit still harder when she handed one of her bouquets to Sir Wilfiid who had hear tily joined in tho Miss Dickenson sings in Knox ChuiLh on I New Concert May is seriously Gus Austin of Cardston was in the city on Howell Harris went to Great on of Rocky was in the city on McClure spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Calgary of Red ly of this a few days in the city during the past Miss who has lecn visit ing her re turned to her last Freeman and of is the guest of her daughters and Miss Ethel Vincent of the Alberta Iron lias his Dooley and Miss up from Lcthbridge They Will reside on Tenth Avenue Gus Netdig made a business trip to Calgary and secured a man to run his bowling He secured also a number of magarine ritles which he will use in a shooting gallery he will open in a few general agent the Mason Risch Piano that of re the live stock agent was in charge of loading ami Parrot of was in the city on liar rison went back with him to spent the vixjk assisting in special services on Parrots Lewis Rice who brought the Rail road Studio to Lcthbridge has pur Chased Porters Studio in Moose Jawj trustees this Galbraitji The Epwortn League m hns established and IL Johnston arc the retiring Church have purchased a splendid trustees whoseterms have the Duchess turned on Saturday from Timmins sold a carload of his Those wishing to get acquainted with the latest musical and literary talent in Lethbndge can do so by taking in the concert given by the choir of Weslej Church on Friday to morrow in the It is seldom that a Lethbridge audience has had the privilege of hearing such a programme as will be given on this Mrs Van a recent arrival from where she was a teaclwr of elocution in a col will give Miss Macleods popular Fleming of the Merchants who is a addition to the musical circles of the Maxwell a wellknown Duluth who has lately come to will render vocal numbers of the numbers on the pipe organ and the splendid new piano placed in the church this will be rendered by ROSE BUTTE Bastiaan Koole of Rose was in the city on lie rcpor that the a ops in that district yicl ed wellilis spring wheat we 22 bushels to the being part on stubble and partly on breakin that on thti breaking gave 35 to t Leonard Koole threshed bushels of spnng wheat from a patch of sixty Vrie Koole had 400 bushels from 120 acres The othe fanners in the vicinity had Mimlar the average yield on cultivated land above 35 bu while the jieid on the stfbnle and breaking is equally NORTH DAKOTAHUSTLERS Settofs from1 North Dakota arc never known to wasie much tinw when they land in Sunny Southern It us to Thomas Patchings turkeys to beat YOU ARE WITH ANY DONT YOU LIKE To KEEP THE COMPANY OFA MAN SUPPLY YOU WITmALL K1N1XS OF WOOL CAJHMERE AND IN DIFFERENT WE HAVE PEN MAN J AND AND A CINEOT MENUSALL1 WOOL HEAVY WHICH WE ARE CLEARING AT PER WE ENGLISHALL 5LUE COLOR AT SUIT EXCEPTIONALLY 6OOD WHItH CANNOT BE MATCHED IN JHE V The Bentte 3 AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33 200 pairs Slightly at Johnston the Patchings shipped her turkeys to Coaldale a fevi days previous to her departure and vhen she arrived she found that they already busy laying The Herald to remark that this is gett ing down to business in a Knox ChureK On there wilt an excellent concert in Knox Church under the auspices of the The entertainers are Miss Mae a vocalist and guitar so loist of national reputation and Miss Helen a reader nnd inter preter who is very highly commended by the press and by critics all ever Canada and the admission is seventyfive Prices to suit all Opened this Morning COMFORTERS IT I tVIHcllJ I 1l resigned from This popular instruments in Lethbndge willmake H necessary uTelect four and the south towns this trip 3ubten is in charge of the studio in As a result of the appeals on the on Thursday aftcn TT r At the mooting of the School Board of York Tic old piano was on Thursday Freeman not goo5 enough forthis live sodety volcrs1 list tbft to the list ITar and Wi On Sunday morning at Wcslcy Church Harrison will preach a second sermon on the Call of Moses to The subject will be one of particular in terest young being The Young Womans Responsibility in So a mecling in Calgary yesterday delegates from the tions of the A grant of was made to theTTench nnd the accounts ers Convention were for the highost class of music was Captain who has in Miss The admission churgetl is fifty cents the proceeds being devoted to the pipe organ is expected The It a large au Rotind Crowing According to the agreement between the city th2 lottcr agreed to build the round and other buildings dicncc to greet clever Reduction in Minimum Rates At the request of the Winnipeg Board of Trade the Railway Commis sion of Canada have issued the fol lowing order regarding minhmm Inorder to movement of low light weight grair gulation will annlv until Doccmterj ft writ Lethbridge Woollen BLANKETS riso to several The are taking to fifteen cars of sugar i V i i I CS 1 rfvn One of the latest is from Welling and Stirlinf I TJntmrtTWl cnroumge the eariyj in reference to the amli Alexander the snear factOrj at 1 of Begins of Salvation Army corps o with tno creation of a div There will a new exhibit of pho tographs from the Railroad Stwlio in the DHiginbotham itel window on Saturday The studio will remain in the here for the past three months and a half says farewell to the people here on Sunday having been transferred to the work at Captain Adams is remaining here and will have charge of the a short time to enable all to secure At the Lilwral meeting on portraits for holiday gifts said C E Gardiner of of the ferry over the river could When cars loatkd V1 1 was a visitor at by the government as long as hut seemingly the lodge on Monday Jl uiu I various clubs in the Alterta Branch Ho found the flourishing Of the Roval Canadian Curling Club that the teams admux to arrangi bonspiel and to the degrees wcre m tiptop renoml business of The evening was a very plea vCnn Xnc No delegates from Lothsurablc bridge had been Several visitors were physical conditions would This statement was made to satisfy those who are under the impression that ihe ferry will close down soon as the traffic docs not warrant isionnl point this by which all the crossings between Gait street nnd Westminister Road were to le the crossing Round street was closed on Monday and Tuesday by having a wire fence constructed across the Many wcre Uie cf forts made by the farmers and other teamsters to get through the barrier with no Many a loamsier came up against the fcnco and was forced to wend his way bark he knew not aflcr to find the path that would lead him from the profound darkness C J and all wun grain of Winning to recover the sum of wipacitv show an heing the balance of un L i rfinrt During the past week movement over the Cardston branch about nine or ten cars day with wing keeping a man in Frrcl to the glorious region of Vlntlj outturn of loss than tariff paid actual weight will le charged1 for subject to a minimum of for and for and Liberal The Liberals id go wil hold a meeting in the Knights of Py thias ITall 22 at 3 to choose delegates for vention in Medicine Hat on the 26th when the Liberal candidate for the House of Commons will be tiffs on the sale of the Reliance sub purchase price was 000 and of only one install ment of has been of is suing John Kenny of Magrath specific performance of an to sail propertyin township range west of the 4th known as the Deal to the glorious region of light he of commons j could si across the There will doubtless be a big Tlie cars are out as fast as supplied by the f he T could use forty dav if they were available wheat to fill that number come in NBURNED Remember the Church tomorrow evening ed McGready who is in the ploy of the Electric Company severely burned on Monday ni was on the polo in front of i mopolitan house tnkin out concert in Wesley 1 when he Unexcell1 of the He was S btrtis improving ;