Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
rti2 Wright runs the G. T. P. and the C. P. R. and Champion Wows the Now he's a Conductor-Herald's a, v j "rf to Sweet Kogers Coffee Spoons A case .Rogers- Tea V Hogers Table _ _ Rogers Bessert --.v, .v-.'r i og-ers and FI Sat Silver IF IT LASTS Cold Meat Forks.. .Individual Butter Servers 'Sugar Sugar Sifters Feint Knives. "Doz. Baby Spoons Berry Spoons Ple Knives Chad's Sets Butter Knives Sugar Spoons go 46c S1.4S DEOW2VED Silver Tea Service WRECKED Prices ou Ladies' Umbrella. for J aad Gents' Walking. Sticks Profits not even a memory. I cut in two Champions Hands Are Not Tied Wright's Cut Class Stock all shot to pieces-Prices and Saturday on the whole matism HALF PRICE 500 CLOCKS ON SiET FRIDAY As low as 4Qc for clocks and for clocks, Do you want a clockl every ptir. ionJs Prices on Wright's o go tolhe FRIDAY 20 year gold filled case 7 jewelled movement sells for is just exactly Champion's way, a sample of his doings. IN TT, Over Stock of Ladies' suede siltVmfeaVor'V unhnerL Colors black or TOll be offered for-ihe week end only- All sizes.. Keg. -Si 25 and S3 50 WEEE-EKB PRICE. SPECIAL OFFER AT THE A -full raige of'Eibbons now in stock. 'A-'speiial line m iUihmers silk taffeta ribbon, with that brilliant sheen found only in the best quality of silk ribbon. 4 fine ribbon for Millinery, Hair Bows. etc.. colors vhite, cream, sky. navy. reseda, mauve broTrn and black. WEEK EXD PRICE PER YAliD.......... f....... LADIES' FALL COATS AT SEDUCED Ladies' Fall Coats made from heavy Diagonal Coating-, semi-fitting. Made in g-r. and mixed tweeds. Eeo-ular -S WEEX-EXD PRICE Ladies' Useful Fall Coats made from all-woo jersey cloth, semi-fitting, 52 in. in le Uolors black and navv, -SlT 50 WEEK-EX D PRICE f Latest Designs in Men's Neckties We -have for your choosing the greatest 'assortment of Men's Four- in-Hand ISTeck- ever shown in Lethbrido-e" PEIGE 4 variety embracing the utmost styles of the season Painty Scotch Pkids, I'olkadots; Plain Corded effects Jla-udanas, neat stripes and flo-ral effects. 'MEN'S SUITS AT SACRIFICE PRICES Before has such a bargain been offered to. the men or Letn bridge and district; in such a saving principle as we oiler this week-end. All our stock of Men's Suits in worsteds -and tweeds suitable for. present wear, which-' wore sold in the ordinary at from to WEEK-EXD HOUSE -SLIPPE-RS FOR MEN- AND WOMEN AT COST, Tor the week-end we are making a special offer of Mien's and Women's House Slippers, in Garpet. Pelt. or Leather leather or felt soles and warm lined throughout. Keg. -Si. 50, Keek-End A CHANCE YOU SHOUD NOT MISS THESE ARE A SNAP. ABSOLUTELY COST PRICE FLOOR. Ike Quality Store SUIT OVER A Jaeger, said Supreme Court Makes a Start on tKe Civil Cases The -civil cases were commenced at the Supreme Court tills-morning and tiie-business will probably be finished lhe was not brou-ht however, as TSUUlgMrs men Md I jeen paid off, so Jaeger agreed to by tomorrow noon, cases on the docks There are six but only three country soon, after and then the bank ias tak'en ceedings against him for the amount of His notes. Since then witness been living an, Saskatchewan and AI- and has had many letters from the Farmers' Banfof -Hunter, demand- ing a settlement. Finally, he consent- ed to.pay S300 as a settlement and Deposited the money at the Union at 'Lethbridge. This money was not accepted., however, the suit being Srmt.----1 instead. Many letters -were read toy X v Lit, UAAJJ- mi cc are to be heard here, onef Xels Adler'herd, ana in 3 vs Thos. Spademan and Georae Pljnon more Komerlll) 'being left over for the next threw sessions, and two cases in -which Win controversy ,A. Larson is the plaintiff in landi J. R. Anderson who vas deals, were transferred to -the foot of (manager of the Union Bant tho Hof and t tne i _ JJ.WIA J UJ, V tings, 'aiid'-wni be Heard about Kov. atMacleod. Before tiie regular cases were com- menced the matter of winding up of Fred Rooney's affairs was settled It was ordered- that a new liquidator be appointed, his remuneration to be two a half per cent of tie money' dis- cributed.- statements in regard to the" ?300 de- posited at the Union Bank. Court then adjourned. MARKETS Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Nor. S.-Novem'oer open- p vf ine first case on ,the Jist. then ed Dec.-opened SS commenced, which is a suit brought closed Mav opened by the Farmers'and Merchants Bank cash close, 1 Nor-ssi- of Hunter, North Dakota, .against J.R. 3 Nor. Slfc; 2 white oats -willigan on a judgment for OS6 N- 2.42. given in October, I90.tt. W. C. Ives i .appeared for the plaintiffs and S J Winnipeg Live Stock Shepherd for the defendant. Winnipeg, stock re- ft. Afilligan was called to the tofiay included the fol- t and -Mr. Shepherd's questioning 136S c-ttle' H bulls, 37 calves, i brought .out. the-'foJlowing. story- SiX Sheep' The and 1305 witness lived in nS laSt twenty-'our hours has nf Peen strong for choice butchers and j vicinity of Hunter and Arthur X D (and was in the threshing bns'iness" towards [In 1904 he had one outfit, and in 1905 carloads of choice I bought a second hand engine from Mr. about 1.050 1 whlle choice CQWg -'aeger; who. was .at .that time cashier of tiie. Farmers', and Merchants- Bank i of Hunter, N. D. It was this purchase thai, has -caused all tiie trouble. -Mr; 'Jaeger' 'came to witness and 2ieiters of about the same weight brought f4.25. The best feeders reported to have been sold at 34 while many went as low as btockers were very poor and was reported the best price paid. Calves [offered him the engine at Jess than one-naif its original cost price, say- ins that it was in good condition and that he would it bach if it did not prove TO be as good as represent- ed. JMilligan relied on Jaeger's state- ments and bought .the engine before seeing It, giving three notes, extend- ing over three years, in payment of the purchase price of Witness found the engine to be in very bad condition ami spent about] QnteWy stops coujthsc the throat and lunss. firm, choice light ones brought while heavier ones sold for S-i1'-, per ewt. K0g receipts were fair and the market a trifle weaker, the best loads going for while heavier stuff sold considerably lower.