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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 I A Special Purchase OF SKIRTS! You know what. snmpleB ure. These are the garments the manqfactnrer sells bis stock from, and needless to say the samples are the articles they put their very best work and finish on. The number is limited. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE IN ALL 9) per cent, off ttie regular price There's a choice, so come quick. � 3Sq. Dress Goods for 25c. 10 pieces Heavy Cloth Dress Goods in Rrey, brown, navy and green, 40 inches wide, well worth 35c., for only 25o. ''STANFIELUS" UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN Vests and Drawers and Union Suits. The kind that won't shrink. A. Macdonald (& Co. Mrs. H. A. �VVright is visiting .1. 11. OlHon, from (.he Little How, wa.s in tlie tity j o-sKi'tltiy. U. Su^' rulunicd on Hn'tiirflay night ffoiii a trip to Montnna. K. T. Saumiors (if I'inchor Ctwk, was in tlic city lust Saturday. Bon SrcKillop went to l!>linonton on Tiifsday iiioniiDg- on n. visit. �. (). I-lydo returiiL'd on Mpntlay night from a trip to tlic Pnss towns. A. K. Ives was in Tiiljer Ini-'t week visiting his sLstcr Sirs. U. r. Wallace. F. 11. .Sherman, disitrict president of l.'.M.W. of A. was in 'the city on Tue.sxlay. A most plaasureuble Hallowe'en par ty was givcn-+iy Mrs. Southard laS'l Thursday evening. K. Jl. J. Sparwood, of Sparwood, B.C., a former liuthbridgw citizen wiis in tlic city j-catorday. The twont^five jxir cent discount on high grade wa-tches is still on at Wright's Jewelry Store. K. If. Taaffe, of Winfiip�?g; formerly a well-known Ijcthbridgoint. J. Oiinn. of J. Gunn & Son, has a-niitcd Senator PcVebur's residence for the Parllainentary term. The, postpoi\ed ineoting of the � School Board called lor Tuesday night did not niateiialize. Chairman Flce'twood and Trustee .lohns'ton being the onlj' nicnibors present. n. l�iliin.i>- went wi'tli C. S .l.iMHii,.i ttjlb C. 1". K. inspector of telegraph lifies, on a trip to Los AngeiVs, Cal. Harry will opfrajtc Mr. Jenkins big , Franklin touring car on the trip. i G. Hadloy-JJoberlSi, of the Hadley-Hoberts Co., confeciioiio"s and fruiterers, ha.'i ,S!residcd at tlie piano wh^lo ]{. A. , Wilkes vius the floor manager. A tvoq^ lunch was f.^rved at She J. D. Higinbotham k Co. Family and Dispensing Clieuusts Telephone 49. Resident Graduate Night Clerk. The Canadian Pactfifc Telegraph CDnipim,v'.cputy G'rand Ma.9tar A. F. & A. M. xx\s. iicojile of the south. The plac-is e.'ipectod to visit the fccal lodge j,g of the oflice hwc would mean on Monday evening. nuich to the city as well as to the All railroad men requiring high' ,,e.oi)lo of the district. He spoke of grade watches 'to pass insiwcUun ^i,,, inconvenience cau.swl in the look-should see Wright the Jeweler. Only jjjg i,,, ,,1 titles for land, seven more days of tho wa^ch sale. j. I'rcsideiit Conylx;are thought that K. iC. MacGill, formerly of the O. "no" for an answer should not be W. Kerr Co., has savei"ed his connec- acceptwl. tion with that firm and become as- Wm. Oliver agreed with the senti-sociattil .with Hatch �& Coons in the ments c-xi>rcsscd. Senator DoVebcr land biLsiness. ~ said that the Board should point out The Jfisscs O'Hagan entertained a t-o the government that an office large, number of guests^ at their ne^^ should be on each of the throe rail-home Rodpath St.', �n Hallowt'en. ways crossing the province. The evening was most enjoyably 'fho Board passed a motion ex-Bljcnt in a manner; suitable to the pressing regret at the minister's de-Uallowe'en occas'iou'. cision and requesting a reconsldera- Houk's Savages have certainly got �f ^ho question. The resolution their name up. A. G. Spalding, the P�'"^�'' P""*"*"* arrange famous baseball magnate has i^^itton "n""*" � hardship on tho people asking for a phcto of the t�am for ^ memorial will be prepared (or pre-insortion in his annual baseball book, mentation to the authorities. This will be a good advertisement for '^' ^^'^^ s^gee^t^d that a dele- tho city Edmonton when the , . , , . Legislature is in session with the me The body 01 NV. E. Fraser who was j^^j^jj^, killecT in the C.P.R. yards vi�ok '"^ committee includingj:. F. P. Co-vas shipped east to his home, New ^ ^^.^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ Glasgow. N.S.. on Friday night. J. ^ Johnstone, and Wm. Oliver H. Prince and J. McFacUlen of tho ^^.^^ ,ppointed to secure the support Brotherhood of Tramoien accompan- ^^^^ led the body. ^^^^^^ points in the preparative At the Salvation Army Barracks of .strongest argument for the es-on Thanksgiving morning, the mar- tablishmciit of a Land Titles Oflice riagc of John Davis and Lizzie iNi.x- jn ^jjg South. on both of Lethbridgo took place. , President brought up the mat- Itev. Wm. Iteid i.astor of the Baptist ter of an oflice for the Board of Tabernacle assisted by Captains Ad- Xra a month, lion for tliciii ami. wont to consider-j .1. .S. IjUwrL'iice was tlianko.l .'or able olhyr c-xpeusc in arranging for, his. lironiptness in jilacing a passen-|,'lio game. Xatiirally they aiv nol j gi;r couch tiotwcen Medicine." tUit niitl i'xactl.v'd with tho treatment T^flhliridgo on the fren'ght trains, handed out by tho Tabsrites. j The T'uhlicily Comniissionjr lu ! A meeting of the local executive of .St',cretary ware iW(()(*s!oSHOULDERJ, 114.50, 17.50, AND �0.00. BROKEN PLAIDJ IN VARIOU-S ^HADE.Sor GREEN J, BROWN NAVY^ AND GREY5, ALL OOOD .SERVICEABLE COATi, WELL MADE AND WELL LINED, $14.00 TO 25.00 , RE.SPECTFULLY, The Benttey Compaiiy, M WHOLESAL� AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery ^ Telephone 33 200 pairs White Blankets Slightly Damaged, at> * 'cure sample's of'grain and lUi | o j duels foe tho nouiiuion Fuir i ) i Kary iie.xt .nily. Sons of England, on Two .se hold, attornoon Stuart Jluirlwacl, Field Svcivtary for the western provinces, will bo present. Tlie regular niid-vj'ok prayer service in Wesley church was conductedi''".v evening " o'clock last night by the ladies of On Saturday one of the. .'V. R. & I. Co.'s teams ran awa.v from the stores On the wagon was a Vestmin-ister Guild will be the guests of tho Kpworth League at Wesley Church. Tho chief feature of the evening will be a dolmte oh tho subject:-^Resolved All l-'.n,t;llshmsn and Sons of England arc ur.gcd to join. IT COSTS LITTLK! IT ^Sll^ANS JIUCH! Writa t;'i-eKting and proiitablo meeting held. .\/t;'r dovolioiial's tho following programme was pivsont'ocl, and was wuU rendoivd; ClvUdreh's ox-orci.s.e ontillcd "The Littl�j Light Bearers," by 22 inenibers of the Mis-|"'t once for parliculars to the socre-sion Band; solo. Miss Smith; report|taiy of the Branch mooting at Reginn, b.v the president, 3lrs. W. .S. Galbraith; reading, Mrs. Van Spankerara; reading, ^largarot Fo.stor. Jlrs. W. .lor-don presidt'd. Tho service was Inter-sixii'sod with approiiriato singing. Want Land Titles Office. At the mooting.of tho Westminister Ouild of KnoA Church on Monday evening, there was an interesting de-Rcv. F, W. Patterson pastor of the bate on tho question of Oriental im-J-'irst B.'iptist CJiurch, Calgary, was migration. Those who claimed tthat �.\pocted in the city this week to it was not in tho host interests of j^that fope'ign mi.ssions have a .stronger conduct special anniversary services .'Canada to have tho Chinks and Jap.s claim upon the churches ol Canada in the Baiiti'st Tabernacle next Sun-jwoi-o iMessrs. Cope and Mill.s and day to celebrate the flrsit anniversary ^ jrissos Sfackay and Wright. Rev. A. of the settloinont of the present pas-, 3r. Gordon and J.. D. Higinbothnm supported by IMisscs lionnctt anfl Sharman opposed the arguments of tor. Circumstances, however, prevented his coming and the pastor. Rev, W. Roifl, w'ill conduct scrvicea) their opponents' successfully winning Appropriate for the occasion, Even-, the debate and a decision favorable ^^kg sub|/'Cl,,"Thus Far tiie Lord Hath to the AlSiatics. The ladios in tho ! W(l Us." Special singing. All are debate wei-o particularly strong in invited. I (.Iiolr arguments. than have the home missions. The Kpworth Ijoaguo wprcsentntives, Sfos srs. Aus'tin, and Taylor and Miss Har rison havo tho allirmativo and will bo op|.io;ic'd b.v Mr. A. Irving, Sir. Cope, and Miss Bennett, repre.on to tho public who are cordially welcomed. Desides tho debate there will bo a short programme, chiefly music. THE BOARD OF TUADE DISCUSS M.VNY tJUESTlON'S Those who went on time to attend the Board of Trade meeting last night habave the Celebrated-- Lethbridge Woollen Mills BLANKETS LOST-TWO COWS WANTED .^len and loams wanted to work on (M'.U. bridge. Apply to John Gunn i�i Sons. �2.S One spatted red and white. Has been dehorned, ono hip higher than the other, has strap around neck. One rod, hole through nose for i ring, also horns turned down close to face, rope around neck. Persons finding such cows please inform Mrs. E. W. Gibson (wiaV)lo of taking charge in hotel, restaurant or camii. Keady to take position on or afUor Dec. Ist. Apply Box H., Herald OHlce. n28 W. C. Simmons, M. P. F., was in labor on Tuesday. , SITIAYED From No. 3 Lethbridge, on or al>r out Got. 2'i a red niilch cow with whit� spots on forehead and on each side close to hlml legs., White spot, on tail also. Branded .TV on left ribs. Anybody returning the same, or tolling whore it is will be reward-ed. Mike Pop, Bo.\ 427, Lethbridgo. n28p ' ': : � V ' TO. KENT , �� A New Soven-Room Brick House on '� Round St. ,Bont thirty dollars ^noivth. Apply C. W. Gray. FOR SALE A .-lohn Deere Gang Plow, alni09t;|* new. Driee reasonable. . Apply;:I|ox 1447, Lethbi-idge. - .'p^flPij:. m: ;