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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Pi am - 4 ^ *- r - * h * 4k A splendid programme given by local nrliwls In Wealey Church on Frb day (tomorrow) evening. Conductors *VT, Davios and 8am Hnyos, of Lethbridge, paid a visit to our city on Sunday last between trains.-Cranhrook Herald. * The Ijethbrldge Iron Works shipped three big iron tanks on Monday to the Metntyre Hanch to be used in their cattle dipping operations. The Qrop*. J "W good spuing wheat 1 J E.Si -if � t in all depai'lnusnts of the stores, with small- ihnVginSvoi'J^ftts An ordi^'W^turn \\> Come along ant) * sltare* the good things. Stocks are heavy. SSo wo arc satisfied � 4 money quickly, f J weed Skirts Three filngors and an elocutionist who arc all new to Lethbridge should draw a big crowd to Wesley Church f tomorrow evening to the choir concert. r Vronn, reports and the opinion of critics from* Hoston, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary and other centres si*?ak very highly of Miss Helen Hadgley, the reader who appesrs in Knox Church on'Tuesday. Nov.' 19. Mc Arthur, the manager ot tho1 Aliorlctvn Fafmt^g MiHtiutn and Dark Shades, Checks, tripes and ^llxtures. All Sixes aiu^ very si toe I til at each $!l.f>0 ress, Goods ilts and Blankets 4 $12.To, $a.2.-i, 4* Uenvy Suitings of All-Wool Mixtures, Imported (loods Shnf publlM-orks i-hut was not projwrly put in see arts calling for teiulors for the erection�. big only half a stand, yi-t it nverag-of the now Lands Titles nine* in Cul- *d HO bushels |>er aciv, and was a gnry. Locnl contractors shouhl get good sample, after this contract and build the of-1 9 S Excellent ViilufH. ficc in Calgnry if w crop tvturna ft r * i ft a- At ^ t CAN ANYTHING .5ER.VE HAVE A BETTER, OPINION-OF MXkE'yo^^ll 1-^ tnnry honring on S�i:ir!iy anruii�! about Allrerta ('oiirt. IIis lawyer r.�served Uii? de fence. THAN WEAR.INivson.itor would be hard to U�at. Miss i;nm"i T. Irons was good in me C.uirt Scene from the "Meivhunt of V� nice" and her (Jrecian |>ose.x, en 1 Mhs Ntd-lie Moore is a pianist \tu\ si | iano of grout ability. Th.. KntgKts tf Pythias are to be r msfr;i' i .t i'ideil to adopt the CASlt. SVSTl-'.M in our busine***. \uii have probably nutictnl the ad- Lethbridge Writing Tablets iss I). Hindi' u ticiii,'iiiIoiik hit v�':l)i' ��wn 4�.ok 1 ,o00 bush- els of oats oil 10 ucn�s. A. .J. Mills had 50 acres averaging 87 bushels wheal You will find them the most com- wiiiiv .m. nearly all elassvs of tfoods.J ^vio "Bsortment of Tablets in tho of course, this has affected us to a West. The prices rango from c*�nsi(terable extent. A^ain, the man ttfacturers and wholefculen*. in nddi- ! I \ 10c. up. LOCAL BUDGET. IT. Ostlund, of Stirling spent Mon--day In the city. Paul Audett went down to Coutts and back at the week end. Col. II. .1. Mackie won in ihe city on Monday on tile way to Couhs to his ranch. / tiun to advancing thi'ir pric�*s have shortened their tonus. These changes meant that we either r + had to advuucf our prices or do hus-inefts-on u CASM BASIS. We de-. c-ided that it would \�e in the interests of our customers to do the latter, as this cbuiitfe will make it pos-1 slblc to kIv voU�r�' list the following n*u efi wera added to Uio list: E. Kenuy, T. C. Crojdoy, H. A. 0ult>e�rt8on# u. liar-vie, J. llarvio, M. V. Gallivan, J. u. X. Prince, and W. J. Kelson. On Sunday morning at Wesley Church Rev. J. M. Harrison will preach a second sermon on tho Call of Moses to Service. Tho evening subject will be one of particular in-torest to young ladies, being "Tho Young Woman's Responsibility in Society." that you will continue lo favor us with your patronage vihich we have appreciated in the past. We are yours, wry truly, J. D. IIIGIKIIOTIIAM & CO., LIMITED. Merchantile. Wholesale and Contract Accounts will bo conducted on a 30 day basis. t 1 i C. iT. Eck st orm s I �ent Sunday Cranbrook, H. C. in 'Hrituoia Ihe Pride �f t))(� Ocean.' " Toronto Ulobe.-"An incident, that caught the euthushmm of the audience was the singing of the MM, White and Hlue' by Miss Dickenson, who after her song was presented with two beautiful bouquets of ros*s The song was received with grvnt en-' Ihusiasm, an to tho! acre. U-onard Koole threshed 2,500! PTOMpt DCllVCry bushels of spring wheat from a patch of sixty acres. Arte Koole had 4 ,-io0 bushels from 120 acres. The the( farmers in the vicinity had similar crops, the average yield on cultivated land Wing above oT> bu shels. while the > ield on the stubble and breukiug is equally satisfactory. XOHTII DAKOTA Ht'STI.ERS Settlers from North Pukota arel never known to waste much time when they land in Sunny Southern Allvrta. It is left, however, to Mrs. The Bentte) Com wholesale and RETAI Telephone 33 _1F 200 pairs White Blankets - ^ 1 Slightly Damaged, at -I J ohnston \ Mrs. D. May is seriously ill. Cius Austin of Cardstoo was in the city on Monday. Howell Harris went to Great Falls, Mont., on Tuesday. Win. Lucha, of Rocky Coulee, was In the city on Monday. Dr. R. 0. McCluro �i�nt Tuesday and Wednesday in Calgary. H. K. Playle, of Red Peer, formerly of this city, spent a few days in tho city during tho past week. Miss McGuire, who has lioen visiting her brotlicr A. W. McCSulrc. returned to her homo, Shawvll.e, Que-, last night. M. Freeman and H. Macboth have resigned from the school board. Thin will make it necessary to elect " four trustees this election. Dr. Oalbraith and O. H. Johnston are the retiring trustees whose terms have expired. At tho moating of the School Hoard on Thursday afternoon. Mr. Freeman and II. MacHoth resigned their po�i-! tions as members of tho Hoard. Af grant of $75 was made to the, Teach oiV Convention and tho accounts wero passed. There will bo a now exhibit of photographs from tho Railroad Studio in the J. I>. Higinnotham & Co. Lim ito/1 window on Saturday evening. Tho studio will remain in tho city a short time to enable all �to secure portraits for holiday gift**. C. E. Gardiner of Muclood, O.M. of tho A. F. & A. M. was a visitor at the local lodge on Monday evening. i There wus a meeting in Calgary yes tor day of Uio delegates from tho various clubs In the Alberta Branch' Re found the order in a flourishing of the Hoyal Canadian Curling Club, condition .and that the teams admiu- to arrange bonspiel dates, and to attend the gonural business of the branch. No delogatos from Loth-Jjnidge had bueu appointed. fHtering tho degrees were in tip-top shape. The evening was a very pleasurable affair. Several visitors wore present. Mr. A. O. Lucas, the well-known Strathconu cricketer, has gone on a trip to England.-Edmonton Sjtur- day Nov s. Mrs. D. O. McKay, of Lethbridge, Is tho guest of her daughters Mrs. W. J. Atchison, and Miss Ethel McKay. -Cranbrook Herald. Vincent Dooley, of the All>erta Iron Works, has moved his family, Mrs. Dooley and Miss Constance, up from LetHhridge . They will reside on Tenth Avenue east-Calgary -Jeruld. Ous Xeidig made a business trip to Calgary and secured a man to run his bowling alley. He secured also a numl>er of maga/ine rinVs which he will use in a shooting gallery that ho will open in a few days. R. J. Timmins, general agent of the Mason & Hisrh Piano Co., re* turned on Saturday from Cardston. Mr. Timmins sold a carload of his popular instruments in Lethbridge and the south towns this trip. The Epworth League in Wesley Church huvo purchased a splendid Jleintzman &, Co. piano, the Duchess of York style. Tile old piano was not good enough for this live society so a new one suitable for a he highest class of music was purchase!. Captain Hichurds, who has ,l*vn in charge of the Salvaition Army corps i here for the pnst 'three months and a half says farewell to tho people hero on Sunday having been transforivd to the work at Vancouver. Cuivtuin Adams is remuining hero and will havo charge of the corps. At tho Liberal mooting on Tuesday night W. C. Simmons, M.P.P. said that tho ferry over tho river -vould Ixj run by the government a� iong as physical conditions would >* i*it. This statement was made to satiny those who arc under tho impression that tho ferry will close down na soon as tho tramc does not warrant keeping a man in charge.-Tabor, Fire V Those wishing to got acquainted with the latest musical and literary talent in l**thbridgo can do so by taking in the concert given by the choir of Wesley Church on Friday (to1 morrow) evening. In the Church. It is seldom that a Lethbrldgw audience has had the privilege of hearing such a programme as will bo given on this occasion. Mrs. Van SVankeram, a recent arrival from Ohio, where she was a 'teuclvr oi elocution in a college, will give readings. Miss Hutt. Muilead's popular soloist, Mr. ti. Fleming of the Merchant's llunk, who is a valuable addition to the musical circles of the city, and Mr. F. A, Muixwoll, a well-known Duiuth tenor, who has lately como to Lethbridge, will render the vocal numbers of the the programme. Tho Instrumental numliers on pipe organ and tho splendid new Jleintzman & Co. piano placed in the church this week, will be rendered by Miss Harrison, and Mr. T. Taylor. The admission thurged is fifty cents the proceeds being do voted to the pipe organ fund. Thomas Patching's turkeys to beat[ the record. Mrs. Patchings shipped her turkeys to Conldale a fevj days previous to her departure and v hen she arrived site found 'thmt they vero already busy laying eggs. The Herald ventures to remark that this is getting down to business In a hurry. Knox Church Concert. On Tuesday evening, Nov. 19, there will Ik* an excellent concert in Knox Church under the auspices of tho choir. The entertainers are Miss Mao Dickenson, a vocalist and guitar soloist of national reputation and Miss Helen Radgtoy, a reader and Interpreter who i� very highly commended by the press and by critics all ovor Canada and the Eastern Statvs. The admission is seventy-five cents. It is oxpooted there will be a largo audience to greet these clover artists. Prices to suit all Purses. Opened this Morning ^7 FANCY COMFORTERS $2.25, $2.90 up to $9.50 We also have the Celebrated Reduction in Minimum Rates Lethbridge Woollen Mills BLANKETS -rim h L H - d > - + Round St. CroMing Closed. At tho request of tho Winnipeg Hoard, of Trade the Hallway Commis sion of Cunada have irfKued the following order regarding minimum weights. In order to enrollrngo the early 1 .1 K Rent Estate Suits. real ostate ap-riso to several According to the agreement made between ihe city mid ihu Cl'.U- when, the latter agreed to build the roundhouse, shops, mul other buildings that go with the creation of a divisional point in this city, by which Tho recent (lurry in pears to have given civil actions. One of tho latest) Ih in reference to the Helianoe townslte. Alexander McWllIlnnw of ttogtnn Howiion of Tabor havo A. It. & I. TRAFFIC t \ Tho A. U. & I. Co. are taking fouf toon to fifteen cars of sugar liepti* I I all the crossings Iwtwwn tlalt street and Westminister Uoad were to be! iU,luul w*�,lt ""^ closed, the crossing on Hound street! was closiL'd on Monday and Tuesday by having a wire fence constructed across the way. Many wero the of-forts made by the farmers and other teamsters to get through tlie barrier but seemingly with no avail. Many a teamster came up against the fence and was forced to wend his way back around, he knew not whore, after nightfall, to find tho path that would lead him from the profound darkness to the glorious region of light he could see across the track. movement of low grade grain and light weight grains, the following ru-1 nnd Kzra H. gulutian will apply until December, issued a writ against, C. W. Stewart 1st, 1U07:- I C ,J, A. Unlztei and S. W. Pugh, all of Winnipeg to recover tho sum of $35,523.50, Isilng the balance of unpaid purchuso money duo the plaintiffs on the sale of tho Reliance subdivision. When cars loaded with grain to their full visible capacity show an out-turn (jf less thun ta>ritT miuimums will 1k� charg��l fi>r, subject to a miiiimuni of 40,1100 lbs. for oats, and 50,000 lbs. for wheat, barley, flax, rye, and s]>elu. from Aldgrath, WollinR and Btirltn^ to tho BUgar factory at Raymond, j- During the past week tho wlwp* movement over the Card�ton hraJM^I j of tlie A. Ifc. & 1- railroad bftB pBtf$$ steady, about nine or ten cars * ^ ? being taken out. Tho cars aro out as fast afi supplied by tho c.p.K. The A, H. & I- could use forty a day if thoy woro available �^ ^*ff�&{ tit IS-LECTIUCIANT BURNED � a' * .t Homombor tho concert Church tomorrow evening, ed talent. Miko McfJwady who Is In tlte ploy of tho Electric Company Bovoroly burned on Monday idg^t was on the polo In front of ihe mopolitan houso taking out , In Wesloyj when ho accidentally got in t|js| Unexcoll-I of tho current, He was badJy fc ed but ia improving ni<�jy'r/ t. ;