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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta |g|?Bf^^>mtr^1rwe: Herald lEe Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PLACE TO STAY WliN hi UtlkrHfi  Hn NUU NTEl ItmoHtat for yon Collars and Cents ; to trade with us for : Hardware Stoves iGraniteware Forwecatry a.kfgo and well a88ort�^l stock and Ave' can- assure yon that the quality and price is right. Trade with ns and be convinced. THE R�DPATH STREET We Sell Tor Cash Phone 62 P.O. Box 070 Dolls, Games, Toy J^oks, Boxing-Gloves and Punching Bags See Window Display mnTseH's noi stne 1st ti^r Wist af liilos iisk Phon* 2SI A|ents for Underwood Typewriter*. Ever-ready 12 Bladed Safety Razor $1 Complete J. 0.lliginliotii8ni�ICo.Lti. r^at.i:!.? (ind Dlspensiok Chemutt Telephonb '.9 Reaidsnt Nlcht Clerk CITY AND DISTRICT The Store of Quality iTnst rccsivBu first ioncnt of ship* IPPLES PHONE 21 G. nUOIKfR & CO. Jamssin ti IHMII rUKI CITY AND DISTRICT Puinpkin pios tiro scni'co this ycni-but a supply tor your TliankBgiving dinnor ciin bo had at Wostmlnstor Churdron Salvirdny, Nov. 7th. Other Rood thhigs also on hand. Snlo from four to six o'clock. J.. 0. Jensen, of Kogors, N.D., and Cnrl Mornndii, of Daisy, N.D., wore in Ihrt olty loday. They have ftlod on homcatcads in township 10, runge 20, south half of three nnd four, and will move up h(?ro soon. They uro delighted with the country, P. L. Nnisiinth rcceivotl h messnge from relntives iit Penihroke today, and Its contents indicated that the conflagration of yesterday covered a far greater mrea than the despatch in yesterday's Herald intimated. The finest residential section .suffered heayily. I i GOOD PERFUMES I Can always bo found at our Store and lovers of perfume should remember that here they can always find their favorite odor in all its fragance. What-ever's new and good in perfume you can depend we have it. Rlberta Drug and Book Co. | prescription Specialists 1.1. RIPLEY, Mgr. lETHIRIDGE MAY MAKE A RECORD. Montreal, Nov. 4.-Six (lays from Liverpool to Quebec i.s Iho mark which the Eiiiprps.s of Irelanrl bids fuir to .sf't on lior present voyngo. Leaving Liverpool bar at 6.33 p.m. un Friday last, Captain For.ster reported Tuesday afternoon at 3..50 p.m. from a position 86 miles east of Belle Isle, that the average speed to th.it point had been 18.3 knot.'^ per hour. I The Whole Story WE QUALITY PRICE CAN GIVE YOU BOTH lumiier Co. Ltd. Phones 23 and 128 Main Yard  � North ol Track Office .- - - RedpathSt.We8t �Mrs'. J. \V. Bawden wilt not receive tomorrow. Mrs. Southard will not receive tomorrow. R. F. Reovo wont south this morning. W. II. Fares of Winnipeg is in the city. The pictures are a scream at the Eureka this wcok. J. K. Lethbridge received n mess-ago from Winnipeg tliis afternoon reporting a distinct improvement in the condition of Hon. J. H. Agnew. His condition is still critical, however, A good assortment of home-made candy at the Pantry Sale, Saturday p.m. 278-3 Hear the song service at Westminster Church on Sunday evening. Special colltx'tions in aid of the clioir. JJrs. T. F. Kirklmm will not receive this Jiionlh but will rf.-cclvo the first Friday nnd Saturday in December. Vaudeville performers change their acts tonight at the Lyceum. O. A. Gudin, of Mac\nllc, N.D., has purchased 800 acres in the Milk River District from the Mason Land Co. Mr. Cvciin is one of the well-to-do farmers of Xorth Dakota und will bring his family in the spring to make h'a homo on the land purchased. One of tho Mason Land Co.'.s recent sulcs is that to Frank Becker, who purchnscf' a noction at Grassy Lake. Afr. Hcci-.i'' has gone home to make nrrftn='>n. of the Mason Land Co., returned tlie c-arly part of the week from a trip to Grassy Lake, where he sold thirteen sections of land. Tlic principal p\n-chnsers were Wni. D. Russell of Grand Forks, X. D.. .Tohn Stokke of Grafton, N.D., and .T. Klford of Rorhestor, yiich. All tii'.vs) gci.tlenicn are large farmers and will move onto their lands this fall and immediately improve the land, usi)ig steam power for development. Trie annua! "Pantry Sale" of Knox Church L, di-^s' Aid will be held at the Bijou .Sv^turday p.m. from two to six o'clock. 276-3 11. Osilu:-.,i of Stirling, left la.st evening for rcTonto where he will enter Osgoodc Ifali, 5Ir. 0.stlund is detormi.T-."", to come forth a full-Hedged barrister at law. Hcing possos.sod with a strong physique, sound mind and active intolloct, wo have cverj-reason to believe that he will make a marked surcess in his studies. The Herald w.ll follow his course with a keen interest" and look forward to his return with much satisfaction. Southern Alberta will always have n stal wart chuml>inn in Mi'. Ostlund and the "Queen City" will know of Lethbridge and riistrict whene r lie is given an opjiortunity. Don't fail to see ^foiite f^ncrosse in hi.s pedi'.stnt ilniirt! lonLi^ht at the Hureka fhentr.?. Tea will be served at the Pantry 276-3 THE WEATHER Edmonton, fair............ ... 53 3'1 Calgary, cloudy ...... .........68 42 Lethbridge, cloudy ............ 73 44 Medicine Hat, cloudy ......... 68 44 Rcgina, clear ..................... 06 24 Winnipeg, clear".................. 38 28 Bulletin From Central Offlco In northern -SaBkatchewan and In Jlanltoba it has been moderately cold whilst in other ports of Soskatche wan and especially in Alberta, it has been quite warm. Forecast-Fine and mild today and on Friday. 9 WESTMINSTEI) GUILD. 'I'hc, itiomlwrN of Iho Westminster Otdld wore given a rnro treat on Slouday evening when uhout bno hundred of their munber met for a ploa-sout Boclnl ovoning together. Mlsa Tllnoy as prcstdont of the social committee wn.s in tho chair and addrtias-ua woj-o given by 'MusHra. A. .T. Irving nnd T, IMcKonzio, The aolotats of the ov6:V!iiv v.'cro Allss SImms and Mr. F.ly. lloth wore in good voice responded to hoorty oncorca. nnd A LOCAL BUDGET See the Fighting Parson at the Lyceum tonight. J. Hill of Oeriyau's shoe store hoa been confined to the house for the past few days. The Sons of England meet tonight. Thii.- is a very important meeting, ond all members are urged to attend at 8 o'clock sharp. Initiations. Mjs. Xaismitb, of Lethbridge, and Jliss McCormick are the guests of Mrs. Kaismith's sister, Mrs. E. B. Echlin.-Ottawa Free Press. Tlie man I,co Curtis,' supposed to qo wanted iu Femio. B. C, by tho police, turned out to be the wrontf man and he was released. Dainty Oorris changes her act to-night at the Lyceum. There were twenty-one boys out at the y.M.C. gymnasimn class last night. Instructor Ma.vwell put them through their facings in good shape. The first meeting of tho Mock Parliament, in comicctiou with the Young Men's Club, will bo held tonight in the Club rooms. The lenders of the parties will be chosen and the plan of action for tho year outlined. A full attendance of those wishing to take part in the parliament is requested. A meeting of the Xorth Ward ratepayers will be held in J. W. Boul-ton's store tomorrow evening to discuss municipal matters nfTecting that part of the city. Vaudeville performers change their acts tonight at the Lyceum. This morning a wedding party from I'incher Creek was in the city. W. L. Dobbio nnd -Mi.ss T. Goulden were nmrried by Rev. A. M. Gordon. Accompanying the Impiiy couple were Miss I'. Dobbic, Jtcssrs. M. Herring-ton, S. Stuckly, nnd C. F. Grant. Lethbridge is growing. A man from Uowville come into the Herald odlce this morning nnd nsked where ho could find the ofilce of the Enterprise Lumber Co. Ho said ho had ofieo been there but tho changes during tho past throe months wore too many for him and he couldn't locate it. See the Fighting Parson at the Lyceum tonight. Tk Dfinocrats Have Elected a Nomber Of State Governors (Continued from Front Page.) St. Louis, Nov. 5.-Unofficial rc-turn.s to the Post Despatclv from 114 of 116 counties in Missouri, 88 ol the counties' being complete, give Bryan 289,608, Taft 2J)0,177; Taffs plurality. 4'7f>. For Governor, Hadlcy (Rep.), ^i,7B7; Cowherd (Dem.), 286,604 ; Hadley's plurality, 15,153. Only the official count can decide the political complexion of Taft's electoral vote. Governorship in Doubt. Cincinnati, Nov;'5.--A total of 2,-786 precincts out of 4,430 in the State of Ohio give Harris (Rep.) for Governor. 465,950; H!armon (Dem.); 335,-062. Returns on the other State officers are meagre, but the Republicans seem to have won everything but Governor. 'The Legisiatiire is safely Republican. New England for Taft. Boston, Mass., Nov. 5.-Returns from the five New England States--Maine, Now Hampshire, ^ Vermont, Massachusetts, and Rhode Isl'and complete except for a few of the smaller precincts in Maine and New Hampshire,' show the following plurality for Taft:-Maine 31,500. New Hampshire. 18,000, Vermont 28,000. Miss SImms especially delighting hor hearers in her rendering of The Orn-rtlt! Song. Mr. Layton's violin solo, "Tho Lost Chord," was much cnjoyonlng next Uov. "A, M. Gordon will have charge of^ the D'ovolional Jlcoting for the month.;. Massachusetts 101.000, Rhode Island 10,000. Maine and Vermont elected Republican Governors at the Stole elections held in September. All the other States' Legislatures are strongly Republican. Socialist Vote Drops. Chicago, ' Nov. 5.-Tho Socialists' votes in Tuesday's election showed a great falling off from the record of 1904, in the three principal cities of the country^- in which the Socialists are strongest. Chicago Socialists, who polled 46,000 votes in 1904, were given less than 19,000 votes in the political returns, and the moat sanguine don't expect the revised totals will excei>d 21,000 votes for Mr. Debs. The total .vote for Mr. Debs, it is estimated, will not exceed 500.000, in place of 1,000,000, which was predicted by enthusiastic Socialists. Sale Saturday p.m. TYPEWRITERS We are agents for the no\�' American Oliver. This machine has many superior poS!?, fiuitable, for Christmas pre.scnts whieli they will bo glad to dispose of. 277-9 Houses For Sale In any part of the City on good terms L. S. Ripley Telephone 294 RoenS : MacJuald Block A Yield Went 63 Bushels To the Acre (Continued from Front Pas'}.) east of Cardston, in the portion of tho country that Mr. Thos. Woolford ironically terms, "Poverty Flat." \tOR13 BUILDINGS The Great West Permanent Loan & Savings Co. have established an agency at Cardston. Mr. .T. C. Gabon has been appohited valuator for tho cofiipnny nnd the agency will bo with C. K. Snow & Co., bankers. This company will lend on buildings and rcnl estate and thus bo n factor in aiding the erection of some fine new residences. Mr. B. F. Olsen is contemplating the erection of a fine ten-roomed hoii.se, f)iie block west from tho new mill. There are o number of other residences in contemplation and business for such a cojnpany as tho Great West will bo very flattering during the nc.vt six months especially. TIHO NEW BRIDGK Work upon the cement piers has been finished and tho structure is now ready for the placing of the steel- approaehes being all graded up and overj-thiiig ready that should be made so before frost comes. It will lie n very substantial structure, nnd one to bo proud of. Mr. R. Wm. Pilling hns just returned from a trip to Illinois. Ho brings in a fine string of Perchcron stallions eight in mimbcr. Such stock will greatly help building up this district as a horse centre. Mr. AddiHon of tho Great West Permanent Loan and Savings Co. is disposing of stock in his company in tins district to a numlwr of leading citizens. Principal Low, with Miss Stuart and Mr. DeVoo Woolf made up tho party from tho CuriUiton school who go to tho convention. Ml'. R. Ihcy is reported to have sold his residence in Cardston to Mr. Homer Woolf, who owns tho adjoining property. Itumor says Mr. Iboy Is contemplating a removal to Taber where he lins extensive Interests in land nnd conl properties. Don't miss Dainty Doris. This is her last wesk at hte Lyceum. She gives you her very best this week. Gordon Porter," the proprietor of tho .Boston rostaurnnt was yesterday fined $50 nnd costs by Magistrate Humphries for Soiling liquor without ft license. The offense wns committed on Snndny Inst. The cnso against Wm. Porter of tho Arlington Hotel tor selling liquor during prohibited hours w'us,again remanded till Friday. SOME OF THE NEWEST DAINTY THINGS FOR WOMEN THAT HAVE JUST ARRIVED T HIS ii^ whore you get an udvantage in tloaling with the Hnrlson's Bay Store.s over any other store in Lethbridge.  We carry hunrln'ds of the many dainty articles that go so far in adding to the appearance of a Avoman that you can get in no Other store.. Do not read over this price-saying list only, but come in the, store and look at them-t-exainine them carefully, because the more you criticize these accessories the better you will like them and the cheaper they will appear. You will find many things in the display that will make appropriate Christmas gifts. Neck Ruchings-An Additional Supply Arrived Yesterday CREAM CHIFFON RUCHING-in colors white, pink and black, per yard.....................aSc" DEEP NET RUCH!NQ-in the new Directoire style in white only, per yard ........ ....................60c NARROW WHITE RUCHINQ IN BOXES.-This is something every woman should have. Six in a box. Price, per box..................35c INSPECTION INVITED Our for done A Qrcat Profusion of Collars r novelty display represents a splendid opportunity to select inexpensive gift your girl friends. Why not do it now while you think of it. Then it will b -and there is that much wori'y off your mind. . s be NEW CHIFFON COLLARS-with raised silk embroidery in beautiful shades of pink, blue nnd reseda^ This is one of the daintiest collars in the whole collection, and entirely new. They are sure to be - NET AND CHIFFON COLLARS.-A striking collar tni^nmed daintily with shaded applique, in pink, Nile, pale blue and white. The price ...........................75c popular .................75c and 90c NEW DIRECTOIRE COLLARS - made of lace and net with silk ribbon prettily interwoven. A handsome effect. Price'________;..tl.00 WHITE NET COLLARS.-This collar represents an exceptional value. It is made of white net, with a touch of gold braid and .. Cluny lace edging. Price ...................40c Belts in Many Styles and Pretty Designs What a difference an inexpensive belt makes to a woman's costume. And what a liig variety in all tho newest styles and shades we are showing. You'll be rewarded for your trouble if you come in and look over these belts. AN ORIENTAL DESIGN.-This is .something new and is very pretty with a tinsel Oriental effect and gilt buckle. Price ...........$1.00 PETER PAN BELT.-Another popular leather bell, in colors tan, navy, lifown and black, with leather buckle, to match the belt. Price____85c LEATHER BELT-QIBSON EFFECT -This will be a popular belt this season. It is a wide belt and cornea in tan, navy and brown and has a large gilt buckle. Price .....66c WHITE KID BELTS.-A dainty belt for evening wear. Has pretty pearl buckle. Price ..................85c NOVELTIES COLLAR SUPPORTS.-W,^ have a nice line of collar supports in both black and gilt. Price per set..20c MERRY WIDOW VEIL PINS.-To fasten Merry Widow Veils, in oxidized and gilt effect. Very popular. Prices ............26c and 30c BEAUTY PINS.-One of tho many useful things of a woman's toilet. We are showing some very pretty ones at, per set........20c and 30c VANITY COLLAR PINS.-One of the, newest pins to fasten the coll'ar at tho back. The Vanity Pin is really two pins in one, and a support combined. Price ..^......26c SILK BOW TIES-in colors black, navy and brown. Price, each....30c NEW NOVELTY TIES.-This is one of the season's newest fads, and a piotty fad it is. Pretty narrow string ties in brown, green and navy, with gill tassels. Prices are ...................36c and BSc NEW SQUAW BAGS.-^Vc are showing a well assorted line of Squaw Bags for children arifl grown-ups. They arc in green, tan, brown, rp