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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta tttE LBTMBRtDOE HERALD The Pre-Moving Sale Continues At the HUDSON BAY CO.'S Store Great Clearing of Udies' Silk WdstS Fine quality Ladies' Fancy Silk Waists, some trimmed with luco and mi broidery, nml others with large nnd pin tucks, hemstitched with deep cuff, colors white, black, navy mid sky, ull sizes. A Big Money-Saver in Men's Fllf Caps REGULAR. 4.00 CAPS. SPECIAL H.OO Best quality Men's Otter Rut Caps, weilgu shape, nil sizes. Regular 3.50 for 2.70 Regular 4.50 for 3.65 Sold everywhere for 4.00 Special 3.00 Christmas Novelties at Close Prices Latest Novelties in Ladies' Neckwear A beautiful range of Ladies' Neckwear to choose from in all the newest designs. Our prices are right. Ladies' Fancy Belts JUST IN BY EXPRESS A lovely collection of ladies' bolts in all the newest shades and stylet. Prices from 35c. to 1.50. Ladies' Kid Cloves Oar stock of Women's Kid Uloves is certainly all right. We have them in suede and dressed kul in all the latest shades. Price from 1.00 Id 1.75. BE SURE AND VISIT OUR NEW STORE DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON OUR. PRICES ARE RIGHT. Fancy Lace and Embroidered Handkerchiefs See our assortment of Handkerchiefs. Any of them will make a suitable Christmas gift. Prices from 15c. to 75c. Dolls for the Little Ones Extra gocd values from 25c. to 8.00. Infants' Silk Hoods And Crochet Jackets. All uicciy trimmed and mude of fine wool. Prices from 75c. to 2.00. Apples Spys in barrels and boxes and other varieties, all XXX stock. A large shipment of Fancy Crockery just opening. a 1 have (or sal-e u section of fine smooth land lying just twu mile* east hi Tatter ur.rt wry dose tn Hi' Itelium'.' Mine. Thu C.l'.K. runs ritthl through the centre of this wet Ion, natklng it un excel  lent locution fur a large mine. No royalty to be |mi�l. tltore-fore the owner gvt* j�tty fur All the coal ho Uikus out I'lw �urface 'rights alone arc worth what we are asking for the comlinocl rights on account >( the soil nnd its nearness ic two towns. Surface Mights SK',00 an acre-Coal Rights $20 un Aero. You actually own tlw whulo section from Sky to Ch'.na for $12 per acre. Wo will sell either comhina or sir.�le rights, Investor* will beg for tins proposition within ayuat at 8100 |>cr acre. Uth (without the bridge) Alberta Boom 1, Southard Block Phonel22. Mr.- Bartch, buyer for P. Huron & Co.,' shipped 11 curs of sheep to Crostifletd today. If you are tkAnkiug of jiurvhasing a swing machine we can give >.,i. the vtt;/ beat prices anl terms. Sewing Machine Co. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridtje Ixwliev and Gentlemen.- In responding to the request n( muny of you that 1 should stand fur tho Muyoralt.v for 1U'�7. 1 do so free ly. confident o( your nl ility to discern whether my qualifications him sufficient for llu position und cju-lent to ink., your verdict on the ter. It I? due lit you. however, that I detail briefly uhut iii.uishi-.-m ap|�e.-\l to me uh iiioni necessary far our Councils attention during that tiuu 1 U'lieW it l.-hoves us to maku ensy ull roads !> I-vlMi-idgo nnd wiihPin iAithlu-iilg.-, to hold what wc huvi. mid to increase our local trade. In tin* second |rfacc. most important uppiiir* tic question of a wider publicity mid this nhould In* directed �li.v the cily mid l>e of a specific character to iunn.Ts. manufacturers mid our advertising should rontiiiii deiiniU-, information which would enable H* readers to count Ihi- cost ami tlx' advantages of !>-jdining on*.* with us | Our efforts in asanitary way. now so happily begun by the coinplctiou of our waterworks and sewi-rugo systems, should l�e continued until the cleanliness of our city und our care i of .nfeclious diseas-** ioiiuik-ih! themselves to ail home-seekers v horn our i-liinuie would nutural.y draw to  ward us. I bel.ttVe we should havj visions oi a larger L*>tnl�ridgo and build u|to� broad foundations, hut while much vacant land lies within tho city nulls- an adjustment of th-- assessment should be mude io directly favor thu owner who improves his property and ;heiv)l'.v the city jjenaia^ly und rcniK'r its''trution economical-Further, each member of thu community should huvu tho opportunity to take purl in its Boverr.ment freu-l>. and to this end tlu voting hours ^hould l>e oxiondi'd to saven or eight o'clock in tha evening, that thono pR^rtcgevl during tho day may not losj time and money in exorcising thoir franchise In conclusion, let mo urgo tha im-port-ance oi it lull vota as -indifferent.-1 Uortamsii oi n full .volu as IniPuT-eivni e on your |>.u't to an (''action does not conduce to clean government. 1 -tin Ladle* and (lentlemon. Vours sinwrely. W. f*. OALnilAITH. Lethbridgo. Doe. 0, 1P00. .HEVOLVEK KUX^piM. It is ropnrtod that It. K. Gordon, laiy Ureal N'ot'Uht'rr. agent at Virden Mont.. w�s killfxl whil� handling a revolver in a b-aloon at Slvelby. Ha Hinder ihad Intemled coming to UHhbridgo to mko a position Lowe Gets Out. Claude, K. 0. I.owc. who for sh.-v oral iiwinths back, has posod as a real estate ager.t. wai compelItil lo leave tho city OAs week. I.owe. it appears, agreed to locate a hoincsteiut fur a man from North Dakota und took $20 of the American's money, saying he would g(t tho homeMcud and occupy it for amount. Hie mun went away an 1 when ho ranx' back ho asked Lowe .1 he hail locuto.1 the homes lead Lowe said he had not. U-cauw th_> home stead li? had ir. view had l>o/ta!n ng ino'iey under falve preu-nc.^s. I^ove finally got the money from a friend. -.ho stipulated that Lowe must gvt tut of town. Thj charge was then with-lra�vn oral I^>wo departed. Lowe has bc-.-n pretty froo with his bank checks of la to and it is n wonder rai was not put under arrest lonii1 ago. His method of financing was irvnzied in the extreme. HASEH.VLL IN DRCKMDER. Tho Printers Nine Defeat moral Nin-i. the Hal- 'I'ho mild temueraiure tho bright sunshine, and thu hiirh-sound ng defi of the printers brought out tho Uul-innral lxtseball team in full regali it do battle on thi diamond lust Sat -unlay. Hailey. llouk. m.d Ililey with thoir unknown associates looked easy to such artists as KullivAi., Gagtuu Culliertson and their rocnats. Tho unknowns orovol to 1 m dark horses. Nicholson hnndwl out tha slants Ir. non-connoctabla form, and kept tho batters searching in vain for the trolk-v. As it vas Sullivan ml Ytedriy workeh in a connsction or two. The Hals, worked hard in the flold. No less than thrwi pltctiars werciried out. Kairbrother lastod oni. 1) Austin will preach s.t f'oaWlule at 3 p.m on Suntlay. full and m.v the latest sewing nuichino at tho Singer Store. Ko.-d Stni the Cargao Normal School lias  -vn comiuitt.ii for trial on th? char^n of assault. The Ibewing t'o. issued un other bunch of stock umounting ti' >Jo.oi(� 'Ih- iniid up capital is now over $100,000. .Mrs. .lonnilou, mother of J. Johnston, who was conf)m-\l in 'lie liohp>>al hers for noiit yards this afternoon and blocked trafllc. Wm Prabort and W. V. Uu*:wll Tals'r. are in tho city today. Mr. l'robcrt hi.s sold his interest In the general storo at ISiber to llyanl Smith, of Cardstor.. Next Sunday ths aen'icea ir. the Uaptist Tatjrernaclo will Irt conduct -ed by tho |I*astor. Tha morning suit-ject will Im Christ increasing ami self decreasing ami his evening subject "The Three Crosses." A special invitation is given to all. Tha Trades and Lobar Council will hold a conrort, ball und aupper on Dec. 'JOth. It promieies to bo an enjoyable affair. Tho proceeds will bo duvotml to the now I-al>or temple. The tickets will be *2. Huy ono and help the cauxu along. 'I ho ICagles elected tho folloving olllcers this week: Worthy Presldeut, U. l>. W.thcrs; Worthy Vico-l'reaidont P. Houk; Worthy Chaplain. M Priest; Worthy Secretary, F. Kwnn": Worthy Treasurer, E. J. Fraser; Worthy Conductor. A. J. Hutton. Invida Guard. W. J. Phair: Outside Guard. S. G. Duvics: Tnwt*>ea. J. Ashi-rott. V. Hooniiy, H. "Casa; Aorio Physician. Dr. P. W Tullor. Court. * The Ladies Aid of Wesley Ohurch held n fancy sale in the parlor* of the church on Tuesday afternoon and' evening. Many useful and pretty �r-'-tides were offered for sale and the tables were surrounded by eager purchasers. Tea and eako were served. This annual salo is Incoming very popular and is belns lookod forward to as an opportuT-Hy.for pttrchMlng Christmas protonts and useful articles which are. needed in tho houw. The proceeds atuoucted to 1100.00. fo the Electors of the CHy ofLethbridfje GenUomen.-Owing to tho urgm riKjuettl of a great nuntbor of prrim -inent citiwns 1 have, after carciul i-iinsid.-t-ution. contented to Ito a I.ilete for the oillce of Mayor for 'ho -nsuim: year. If 1 am I vill do my ill  mist fur the |irogrv�ss of lh>i Cll.-. i UMme in the enlarKement of III-) j i'v l-oiiiidurS.-h so Ihnt we will hav . I �r.-a suffic^nt for the population ! - nich 1 am confident, will Ikj our.� vithin a few yvars. That I have n � Ati.vK I een confident that Ijethbrid^i* s destined to becomo one of I ho principal cities of Western Cuniadii is lemonstrated by tho part t ha-'e taken in and thn assistance I havv� given to ev.-ry inoventer.t in connection with the town ami city sine" ^hi> first houso was built in tho district. Dnn of the first settlers in th� district I hnve always had my (mures ts here and havo remained with |he town through good and lad unjti today my Interests are cntirfly boun-l up in tho grow-th and pros  parity of the city. For this reason vim aro assured that I will, if oloet-*1. push Ms growth and prosperity to-tho utmost. As it is necessary to increase the area of the cily I am in favor of uild'ng a subway tov connect tha settlomcnt r.orth of tna railway with the business portion of tho city und tho cncouragomont of transportation acilHics between the various set -tlemcr.'ts surrounding the centre of the city. The numl�r of years t haw already served you as Councillor on the Municipal Hoard as well as tny claso connection with every Important act taken on behalf of thj elty in tha past entitles mo to claim sufficient knowledge of the management of municipal affairs to assure you that I am able to All lbs office of mayor with profit- and advantage to you. I 1 hereforo respectfully request that you assist me with your vote and influence at tho polls next Monday. Very respectfully. A Perfect Fitting Shoe WOMEN DELIGHT Is a source of pleasure, hut who can describe the misery of an lilting cno. It is nut sulllcient lh.' maker to nn'io shoes that lit-ihey must bo fitted by a salesman who knows how. Our women's shoes have the center of the stage today. The new 'Styles are nil in ami our display a good one. Many women are pit/, /.led to know which of the hem Worn styles to sjlcct from Coin  ami them III-for wilt .'all in IT IS OUR 5PCCIAJ.TY FOR WOMEN FRED GOW & CO. Successor* to thu late W. T. Htnsou Kimonas, Dressing Gowns Linen Drawn Work,Piano Covers from Japan Now on our Counter* for aale. WM. HEVpEnSO.N. I-ithbrldge, Doc. 4. lOOrt. MASAGEU Fon I).\m CLUI1. Tho ball club is In communication with a-well known baseball manager Who last year won a champVonahlp in a leading league. Uo is .prepared to conw hero and bring h.s- entiru team of champions and sign with Ix-th-bridgo. Ills offer is likely to l>e accepted. T. II. 8pear8, huyor for Gordon,( Ironsides and Frorcs. shipped cars of cattle to Winnipeg today, "j G. H. Johnston. when yon smoke an Elombor Cigar becniisu H'b a Rood cigur, irade of goal tobittco and gh'es a good smoke -one tlint you can thoroughly enjoy. S2 25 for a box of Elarabor cigars. s WALLACE & HOSELTON, pigaxt, TobjWi ^nd Pipes. 31 ;