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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta ''�f--t- I' THE LfiTfiBRlOGE HERALD. The Pre-Moving Sale Continues At the HUDSON BAY CO.*S Store 1 Credt Clearing of UdieS* SOk WoiStS Fine quality Ladies' Fancy Silk WaisU, some iritnnied wiUi lace and rmbroidery, nrd others with large and pin tucks, hemstitched with deep cuff, colors white, black, navy and sky, all sizes. I Regular 3.50 for 2.70 A Big Mdney-Saver in Men^S Fur GopS I Regular 4.50 for 3.65 REGULAR 4.00 CAPS. SPECIAL 51.00 Best quality Alen's Otter Rat Caps, wedge shape, all sizes. 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' belts in all the newest shades and styles. Prices from 35c. to 1.50. Ladies' Kid Cloves Qor stock of Women's Kid Uloves is certainly all right. We have them in stiedd and dressed kid in all the latest shades. Price from 1.00 to 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. ��MMnMiM.nM�.Mn.m.i....MM..Hi......^,*�,�*****^.**�**^^***9*m***^ ..................,MMMMM : : 1 hnvu for salts a �action of ^ fine smooth land lyjttg just * \\\Tt: loilfts fttsrt. oi Tatfer ur;d  \'cry close � to tlia ItcHanCD 4 Mine. The O.P.U. runs ri-?ht J through Iho contro of this  section, making it an excel -  lent location for a large nvino. ^ Xo. royalty to bo paid, tl�ero-  fore the owner gets pay for  All the coal ttc tak�s out. The 0 ' surface riglits olono arc worth ? what we are asking for ihn  confined rights on account of  ttM soil and its ncarnens tc J two towns. 9 Surface Uights S1().00 on acra  Coal Rights $SU an Acre. 9 You actually own ilio whole  �cctiion" from Sky to Chinu J (or $42 per acre. We wiU seU  : either connbina or sif.glo J "rlghtB. Investors will beg (or  '.(Ma proposition w-ithin ayeai  TotheElectorsortkc City of Lcthbridlc Ladies and Gentlenaen,- 'at $100 per acre.' Wft Utiilwttlioiittlit bridge) Alberta Room If Southard Block Pbonel22. . Kr.-Bartcli. buy�r for P. Bums ft Coit' ablppea . 11 cars of (*oep io CnmOetdiaikty. . :> :;lf yau !� tMaUng of iw;Hitniiif:� tviat BMCiiins w� can giva 1 .,ert.v and Ihei'aby tho city generally render its admiinis'tration economioai. Further, each inomber of tho community shouUl have the opportunity to take part in its government Ireor ly, and to this end the voting hours fhould be extended to seven or eight o'clock in the evening, that those e�5�>gcKl during the day may not laaa time and n�onay in exercising' franchise. In conclusion, let mo urge the importance of � full vote as �indiWerunci kortanoe of a full yoto as indfiftoreiui.' on your part to an o'oction does not conduce to clean government. I %m Ladiun and flontlcrnfn, Vourti sinwrely, W. S. OALDBAITIl. l^thbridge, Doc �, 1�0�. towe Gets Claude E. D. I.owe, who fpr s�.v cral months back, posed as a real estate agent, wo-s compelled to leave the city this week. Lowe, it appears, agroed to lo��te a homestead for a man from North Dakota and took S20 of tho Am,>r-lean's money, saying he would get the homestead and occupy it for th;it amount. The man wont away an'l when ho ramo back ho asked Lowe li he had located the homestead. Lowe said lie had not. because the homestead ha had ir. view had 'been taken. He told the stranger he coul'.t locate him one near Grassy Lake, but he did not. Then the man from Dakota cut off all negotiations and askofl Lo-wo for the return of thu S20. Ixiwe gave a chock for that figure on tha Union Dank and the I>akotan called at tha Dank several times to gv?!. tha chack cashed, but was never .siiccessful as there were wo funds.' Ho then had Loux? ir-resbed charged with obta/nng nw.'iny under false pi-etences. Lovxj finally got the money from a friond, vho sttpulated that Lowe must get jut of town. Tha charge was than withdrawn and I,owe departetl. Lowe has bean prott.y free with his bank checks of late and It is a wonder ho was not put imder arrest long,* ago. li'is method of Anancing was ironzied in the extreme. BUDGET. DASEDALL IN DECEMBER. The, rrintcrs Nine Dpfeat moral Nin�. the Dal- ItEVOLVEB KlLLl It is reported that R.iJC. Gordon, lato Croat NovlJhorR agent at Virdon Mont,, was killed whito handling a revolver in a saloon at Slvelby. Ha had intemkKl conning to Lethbridge to tfcke n position. The mild temocraturn tho bright sunshine, and tho Kieh-sound ng dctfi of the printers brought out the llal-mnral baseball team in full regali U do battle on tha diamond last Sat -unlay. Bailey, Iloxik, ar.!fl Biloy with their unknown associatos looked easy to such artists as Sullivar;, Oagtiuu Culbcrtson and their rechAts, Tho unknowns pro\trl to dark horses. Ninholson handed out the their ! Filants ir.' non-cdnnoctable form, antl kept the batters Marching in vain for the trolley. As it va? Sullivan and ttetldy workh in a connactlon or two. Tho Dais, worked hard in the fleld. So less than thrtw pitcbers wiirotriud out. Fairbrother lasted on(> Innings when Louis Ciagnon took the box. Sullivan finished out the game as �laib-�rtt�t. Tho feaiurw of the gamo. waa tha KVBtom worked by Vaiv Valen e devoted to the now Labor tetapU. The tickets $2. Buy one and help tho along. The.pKatclea elected tho follov-tng olllcers this week: Worthy Praaldent, li. P. Withers; Worthy Vico-Preaideni P. Houk; Worthy Chaplain, M rric!�t: Worthy Secretary, F. Kenny: Worthy Treasurer, E. J. Fraaer; Worthy Conductor. A. J. Hutton; Inside Guard, W. J. Phair; Out*. The proceeds amoueted to 1100.00. fo the Electors of the City ef Lethbrid^e _ Gefi^euten.T-Owing to tlie urjfant rerjuest of a great nuniibcr of prdm -inent citiaens I have, after careiul c.onsidi'rution, consented to bo a oan-lidale for the oUlce of Mayor for the .^nsuins year.  , If I ani olectfMl I vill do my ut � .Host for the prosras.s f�f the Cit.r. f ljelie\e in tha enlargement of tins 'itv boundartes so that we will hav j Aiea snflicant for tho population viiich I am confident will lie oUrs -vithin ft few years. That I have m-.vays been confidant that Lethhridan s destiwid to boconrka ona of the nrtn-�^tpal cities of Western Canada is demonstrated by the part I ha 'e taken in and the assistance 1 hAv.-> given to e\yry mowment in conner.i-. ion with the town and city since |h�y importilnt. act taken rn hohalf of tha city in the past entitles mo to claim sufllclent knowledge of t4ie. mamiffr^nnntt of municipal afTairs to assuro you thai I am able to nil the ofHce,of mayor with profit' and advantage to you. 1 therefore roapectfully pequca^ that you asslet roe �ttli your vote and in-Huenoe at the iioUs 'no�t Mqpi�y. r A Perfect Fitting WOMEN OCLMHT Is a source can describe fitting one. It of pleasura, bwt who tha misery of an ill-is not sufficient for lbs maker to nyxko shoas that will (it-ihey must bo fitted by a salesman who knows how. Our womon'.s shoes have the center of the stage today. Tho new ,'all �fctyles are all in; and our display i.s IV good one. Many women are puz -/.led to know which oT the handsonu-stylos to solcct from. Come and them. FOR WOMEN FRED GOW & CO. Successort tu the late W. T. Htnson L Kimonas, Dressing Cowns Linen Drawn Work, Piano Covers from Japan ; Now OB our Countcra for tok. Very nspccttuliy. WM. lIF.NilK.RSON. LotbbridKe. Dec. 4. lOOA. MANAUEir rOR QALLt CLUB. The bail club is In conimuiiioation with a.w�ll known baseball manager who last.year won a (BhamiAi^ihip ijn a leading league, lie is jiroparod to c'omo herb a�4 brihig h.s entire team of champions and sign with Lethbridge. His offer is lihely to be accepted. - 1'. If. Spears, bu.vor for Gordon, Ironsides and Prorcs, shipped . :ii cars of cattle to Winnipeg toiday. ' G. H. Johnston. when yon smoke an Elambar .Cigar becnnse it's a good cigar, made of good tobacco and fgiK^u a good imoike: -one that you can thoroughly enjoy. )ii2 25 for a box of Elnrobar oigan. WAI^tACfi & HOSELTON, CigMf. T9Vfi999f ?^nd Pipes. ;