Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD. The Pre-Moving Sale Continues At the HUDSON BAY CO.'S Store Crert Clearing of SUk Fine quality Ladies1 Fancy Silk Wajsts, some 'trimmed wiUi lace and embroidery, mid others irith large and pin tucks, hemstitched with deep cuff, colors white, black, navy and sky, all sizes. Regular 3.50 for 2.70 Regular 4.50 for 3.65 A Big Money-Saver in Men's Fur REGULAR. 4.00 CAPS. SPECEAL ii.OO Best. quulity Men's Oltur Rut Caps, wedge'shape, all sizes. Sold everywhere for 4.00 Special 3.00 Novelties at Close Prices Latest Novelties in Ladies' Neckwear A beautiful rarige 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 Gloves .Oar stock of Women's Kid Uloves is certainly all right. We have'them in suede and dressed kid in all the latest shades. Price from 1.CO 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. Dblls foh the Little Ones Extra gocd values from 25c. to 8.00. Infants' Silk Hoods And Crochet Jackets. All iiicely trimmed and made 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. I have for sab. a action of fine smooth land lying just im'lcs east of Tabor and very close to tlta '..aiine.' The C.I'.H. runs through the centre of this section, making ft an excel tent location for a large nr'no. Np. royalty to be paid, thero- fore the owner gets-pay for all the coal he takes out. The -surfactf'rrgJits aiohc arc worth what we are asking for ihit coirATned rights on account yf tbc soil and its nearness tc two towns. Surface Ilights S1G.OO an acre- -Coal Rights S2G an Acre. You actually own the whole section" from Sky 'to for acre. V.'c will sell either corisbini or single Investors will beg for proposition AVI thin ayeai at SI 00'-per acre.' H bridge) S Alkru Boom 1, Sotnharci Block Phonel22. To the Electors of the City of Lethbridje Ladies' ami In 'responding to the request of many'of you 'that I should stand for the 3Iayoralty for 1 do so froe- ly. confideiTt of your al.ility to dis- cern "whether my qualifications are sufficient for the position and c-jn- tcnt to 'take your'verdict on. -the It is due to you, however, 'that I detail briefly uha-L inoasurcs appeal to me_ as itxist necessary far our Councils attention during' -that I believe it lx.-hoves us to nixikt cosy all roads to Lathiyrid-jye and wjjWir. Lothbrrdgo, to hold .what we have find "to increase our local tnide. In. the st-con-d Hace. most import- ant appears tbo question of a w id fir publicrty and 'this should be directed the "-city ami of a. specific char- acter to manufacturers and wholesalers. Our advertising should contain information which would emibta PIS readers to count cost and the advantages of be- coming o'no with us. Our efforts in a .sanitary .way, now so happily begun by tha completion of our waterworks and sewerage sys- should Ix: continucd .until the cleanliness of our our of infectious diseases coiumoml -them- selves to all hornc-seekers v-hom our climate would draw to ward us. I bel'.cvc we should have visions of a larger Lctnliridgc and build broad foumlations. but while much vacant land lies within the city "im- its. an adjustment of the assessment should be made 4o directly favor owner who improves his property and thereby the city generally and render its' administration economical Further, each member of the com- munity should have the opportunity to take part in ils government free- ly, and to this end voting hours be extended to seven or eight o'clock in tha evening, that those (luring the day may not time and monoy in exercising' thoir franchise. In conclusion, let me urge thcs im- portance of a full vote as kortance of si full vote as indiiToreiuv on your part >to an flection does not conduce to clean govornmont. J im Ladies and Gentleman. Yours sincerely, W..S. GALBUAITH.. Lcthbr-rlgo. Dec. 0. Lowe Gets T Claude, E. D. Lowe, .whi? ;for oral months back, has posed as a real'estate agent, was compelled to leave the city th'is Loxvo. it appears, agreed to locate a'homestead for a man front North Dakota and took S20 of the Amer- ican's money, saying he would get the homestead and occupy it for th-.it amount. The man went away dn-'l when he ranio back he Lowe if he had located the homestead. Lowe said he had not. "because home- stead hp had view had 'been Tak- en. He told the stranger he coul-.l locate him one near Grassy Lake, but did not. Then the man from Dakota cut oJT all nogotiuiions and Lowo for Lho return of this Lowe gave a check for -that figure on -the Union Bank and ths Dakotim called at th-c Bank several times to gsi tha cfcck cashed, but was never successful as thnro xvere "no He th-on had Lowe :ir- reiJterl charged with mo-ny under falfra pretences. finally got the money from a friend, >vho stipulated that Lowe must get jut of town. Tho charge was then with- rawn nnd departed. Lowe has ixvn pretty free xvith his j bank checks of late k is won- I der hu was not put under urrest I ago. His method of financing WAS irenzied in the extreme. BASEBALL IN DECEMBER. The Printers Nine TWeftt moral Mr.- Durtch, buyer for P. Burns It cars of sheep to If tMnking of machine we can give best' prkes aa-1 terms. r Co. the HKVOLVEFl KI LLlgDvHIM. If, is that R.tK. Gorrlon, late Great. agonl at Viixk-n .Afont., was killed while handling a revolver in a saloon at''Shelby. TTo jhad intended coming to Lolhbridge :to n position. The mild the bright j sunshine, ami the. h'Ssrh-sound ng dirfi of the printers broiiRht oxit the Bal- moral baseball in fnll'rogali tt do battle on diamond last Sat urday. Bailoy. Houk, ar.d with their unknown associates easy j to such artists Sullivnr., Gagn ju t Culbcrtson and thair ivcnflts. The unknowns orovM to r.o. dark horses. Nicholson hfirnled out thi slants ir.- non-connectahta fonn, kept lha batters in vain for the. trolkjv. As it vas Sullivan lletldy workch in a connection or two. The Bals. worked hard in the field. Xo less thin throo pitchers out. FaJrbro-thar lasted inning when Louis Gagnon took tho box. Sullivan finished out the givmc us slab-artist. The feature of the was the system xvorkcd by Var. Valcn inertc an from first or- T. Johnston, who was confined in Uia hospital hcra for-sonM t'inw -has re- turned ta Her home near Calgary. Tbp an Mini seed fair be .held on Feb. 21. 22 and 23. W. C. "Mr.- Killieun. Calgary; A. Mitchell, Ed- monton and W. H. Fairfcld are to speak. You can have a Singer 'Siivipj; JFachine by paying 82.00 a lu .-nlh Singer Sewing Machine Co. C. P. ll. engine Xo. 1144 jumped the track in tha east eird of the yards this afternoon and blocked traffic. Wm. Probcrt and W. F. Russell Taber. are in the city today." Mr. Vrobcrt h.-ji sold his interest in the gcrwrr.! store at. Ttvbar to Byard Smith, of Oardston. Next Sunday th 3 services ir.- the Baptist Tabernacle will be conduct ed by the f Pastor. The moming sub- ject will to. Christ increasing ami self decreasing and his evening sub- ject "Tho Three Crosses." A .spccLil invitation is given to all. The Trades antl'Labor Council will hokl a concert, .ball and supper Dec. 20th. Tt promises to be an en- joyable nfiair. The proceeds will be dtivotod to the now Labor temple. The tickets S2. Buy one and help the cause along. elected the follor-ing officers this week: Worthy President, If. P. W-ithors; Worthy P. Houk; Worthy Chaplain, M Priest: Worthy Secretary. F, Kenny; Worthy Treasurer, E. ,T. Fraser; Worthy Corxluctpr. A. J. llutton: TnSMle Guard. W. J. Phair: (riiard. S. G. Jlavics; Trustees. J. Ashcroft, F.. Uooney, H. -Ca-so: Aerie Physician, P. II! Tullcr, Court. .The Ladies Aid of Wesley Church held a fancy sale in the parlors tho.churrh on Tuostlay afternoon and' evening; Many -.useful and pretty ur-1 tides for sale and the ladles xvore surrotmded -by eager pur- chasers. Tea and cake XVOJTS served. This annual sale is becoming very popular and is bcin'S looked 'forward to as an opportunity. for. Christmas presents 'and useful art- icles which needed in the hotiM. The proceeds amounted to HOO.OQ. To the Electors of the Cfty of Lethbridje to request, of a great number of pro'tn incnt .'citizens 1 have, after careful consented to Iw a can- for thp oflice of Mayor for f.ha year.- if I electisl.I vill do-my .nnsL for the progress nf believe in -iihe enlargement of thw iMiumiarlcs so that W3 havj sufTicen't for tha population vhich I am confidant, will be ours -vithin a few years. That 1 have, A-a.vs confident that :.s to -become ona of l.ha prin- cities of Western Canada is clemonstrated by the part I taken in and the assistance I hav.-> given to ev.-ry znovemer.-t in connect-, ton .with -the'town ami city thi; first house'was built in the One of the first settlers, in th; dis- trict I have always had my s hero and have through good and today .my interests are. entirily boun.l up in the growth 'and pros- perity of the city. For this reason von arc Assured that I will, if push fts growth and proSperlty the utmost. As it. is necessary to increase the of -the city I am in of a subway tov connect the settlement r.orth of the railway with, he businirtss portion of the. city and ihe encouragement of tmnsportalion between the various set- Uenxr.'t.s surrounding the centre of the city. The of years I have already served you ns Councillor, on the Municipal Poard as WoII. as my cbsc connection wkh important. act en of ih> city in ihe past entitles me to claim knowlcxlge of the nnmicipn.1 affairs to assure you tlul T am able to fill tte office ,of r.iayor with profit ftnd. advantage to you. I thcrftfore respectfully request that you assist with yowr "vote and in- fluence at the "polls next JTowkiy.'. Very nwpeotfuny. WM. Doc. -I. O A Perfect Fitting Shoe Is a source of pl.ea.su.rc. but who V i-an descri'c-e tha misory 01 an iil- Irtting. one. It is not sufficient for ih'2 maker to: make shoos that u-ill "must. be, fitted by a sales- man xvho knows how. Our women's shoes have the center of the stage today. The new 'all 'Styles' arc all and our display is a good ona. Many women are to know of tho handsome- stylos to soiect from. Corns -them. WOMEN OELI6HT Tp-ssr-WEAP W-: .-r mm >SM FOR FRED GOW CO. Successor? to the late W. T. Htnson MAXACJEir FOR. BALL CLUB. The ball club is in communication with a-.well known baseball who last year won a in a leading league; He is .p'roparcJ to como- here and bring h.s entire team of champions aixl sign with His offer is likely to T. If. Spoars, buyer for IronsSdcs ami Freres, shipped .2-1; cars of cattle to Winnipeg today. 1 Kimonas, Dressing Gowns -f j Linen Work, Piano Covers from Japan f" Now wi our CovAtcrs for sdlc. G> H. you smoke an ETambar -Cigar because Hns a pood cigar, made of toKicco and a good smoke that you can thoroughly enjoy, 25 for a box of Elarabar cigars. WALLACE HOSELTON and Pipes.