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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 7, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta * j"-fl*"---H-*/- -- H^..l-P- h MMMi  I OF airs. U. A, Wright Is visiting her sister at Pufgnry, tl. 11. Olson, from the Little How, wiiH in the city Ae.surdny. P, Huge returned on Buturduy night from a trip to Montana. K. T. Saunders of Pinrhor Cteek, was in tho city last Saturday. Don MeKillop went to Kdmonton on Tuesday morning on a visit. F. (). Hydo returned on Monday night from a trip to the Push towns. A. K. tvt-h was In Thher ln>(t wwk visiting his sister Mrs. K. P. Wallace. Ing tho move. Those* are the only Hoards of Trade that have responded Puldtcily Commissjoner Hall of Medicine 1 int hud previously sent his approval. ' ft. C. Powells of Kdmonton wrote asking for information concerning nn opening for an electrical shop. Tim German-American Land Co, of Hi. Cloud, Minn., wrote asking tho Hoard of Trade to co-operata In con-trudloling the untrue report* ^jticcrn ing (ho riuimige to the crops !� this district because of tho snowstorm. Tho Hoard asked tho press -to write T7VAT AMAN/SHOULD^t^p^ia /WHICH HE CA/WS t3YWWAT HE" KNOW5 or HiMsar SEE" THE"OUTRIDE",BUT THE COMFORT Hf CBtS COMES FftoM WHAT IS NEXT TO^HIM. ! ,1* t * 4 - ^ - r r - Yon know wlmt snmplus ure. These arc tho garments the matmfatiturcr sells his stock from, und needless to sny tho samples are the articles they put their very best work 'and finish on. The number is limited. V, II. Sherman, district president ul> the crop situation and tha-t copies of the pavers bo .sent lo lh� Oormao-Amarieiii) Lnntl Co. for distribution r in thoir district. A loiter from tho po�t ofTloc ins|K�ct or regarding tho tot tor boxes at the station was handed over to Senator Dr. OcVeber to tnko up at Olt.iv. i. The Hoard worried the old chestnut tho name of the Holly lilvor, for a r- ^ of l!,M.\V. of A. wus in the cHy on Tuo� f- i � v The twent^rflvo iwr �mt discount \ wh|,e> .l,,|nftIlv t|w WM wfopr tin high grade watches la h-UU on at ONLY TWENTY-FIVE IN ALL cent 4 j ff the ular price There's a choice, so come quick. 35c, ress Goods for 25c. i t ]0 pieces Hoavy Cloth Dross Goods in ftrcy, brown, navy and green, 40 inches wide, well worth 85c for only 25o. m r "STANFIELD'S" UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN \VrigI\t's JoweIry Store. ft, if. Taufle, of Winnipeg, formerly a well-known Lelhbrldgv bus-iness nnin was in the city yesterday. Miss Cousins of Medicine Hat who j has beon visiting the Miswis Hardie, rotumod home on Saturday. K. H. Stone, and Mrs. Stono went to California on Saturday morning for the benefit of Mr. Stonu's health. Cenrl brooches make vory ac^v-pl-, able Christmas gifts. Huy tliem rally from C. Ko.sh Tate, tho new Jovel-j lcr. L. At. Johnstone Is In Chicago as solicitor in the case of (loorge Mootv vs. Chicago Hrldgo and Iron Won s Co. for damages. ^ W. Gardnor of Mucleod, District Deputy d to \ isit the llical lodg. \\\ Kerr Co., has severed his cimnec-1 accepted. lion with that firm and become as-j Wm. Oliver ngreed with the senti- fioclnied .with Huitch &� Coons in the tuents exprt-ssed.  land business. The Misses O'Hagan entertained a large number of guests at their iw home Hodpath St.', �n HnHowe'en. Tho evening was most enjoyably Bpent in a manner �uitablo to the Senator DeVcher said that the Hoard should point out to the government that an office should be on each of the three railways crossing the province. The Hoard passeil a motion expressing regret at the ministor'a decision and requesting a reconsidera- The resolution TRIMMINGS or VELVET $10.00. &LACKS TRIMMED WITH VELVET AND FANCY BRAIDS $15.00. DARK PLAIDS AND BROKEN CHECKS, TRIMMED WITH VELVET, BRAID AND FANCY BUTTONS $11.- MIXED llullowc'cn occualoti. Jlouk'a Savaffim have corLninly Kot'1'0" of Lhc �|Ui-�llon Ihelr nanw up. A. C5. SUpaliliiiR. tho' "oi,n,Kl "l,t thnl Prt,sont arrange famous buwball maKnate has ^Itu-n menl wwrk" � hantalUp on the |ioo|>l0 asking for a photo of the U>am for A fregh stock of Colgate's Soaps, Perfumes Toilet Powders, etc Just arrived. i A T LAST We are able to inform you we are now open for business, You will insertion in his annual busebaU hook. This will be a good advertisement for the city. A memorial will l>e prepared for pre sent at ion to the authorities. W. C. Ives suggested that a delegate be Kent, to Kdmonton when the . , . ,. ^ x Legislature is In session with the me The body oi \\. K. Fraser who was, - . . morinl. ki ed n the c.p.H. yards Inst vivk v as shipped east to his home. New OUisgow, X.S., on Friday night. J. find our stock of Note Papers and VrUw nml J- ll,u ,.r ,L, m ii, .i , , . Brotherhood of Trainmen nccompan- Wnting Tablets the most complete nntl up-to-date in the city. We have u led the body. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. I TT. Higinbotham's LOCAL BUDGET. Hard Water Soap LENDING LIBRA R Y on Thanksgiving morning, the Wage of John Davis end I,i/./.ie Nixon both of Leihhridgc took plare. of the West copyright novels. CallHcv- Win- HAii v^u>v the n.iptist'lt.r ((f (linr(i f(1|. Tabernacle assisted by Cnplains Ad- 'J'l-ade. ams and l{ichar', performed the ceremony. and got a book for Sunday. J. S. ROBERTSON & CO. Whitney Block Kedpath Si. 1st door \ve r.tat>'s sulaiy tt� a month. I. S. r,.j)ee wns t hauki I \�\ 200 pairs White Blankets theni. aide ot her eNpense in arranging i*'.e j;aiae. Naturally they jn-e J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Or, ,1. T. I|erdma.n. of Palgary. was in tin- ct;y on Tni'stlay. | Airs. (*i�k v . t Po.ildate, is I.adding ti store ami ru^Livuri.nt ut that t Family and Dispensing Chemists jadlil' d. Ounn. or J. Ounn t*i: Sou. lias JVDled Senatitr l>.*\ flier's resuieiav for tlui I'aiilaiaenlaiy lorm. Jfr. W. S. (ialbruith left for Phicu-Tuesd.ay night iuul will W Telephone 1\K Rosidont GrndnaU* Niuht Clerk, The postponeil nu- were roitiplen-d for a on.-day Suiul.t\ School Com ,-ui ion t .> he held ia Knox Church on U ediie*�d.i \ , jj,c j 'I u o session* will )�e h.-u!. aiii-rnoon iind secure snrip;tt \ *-\ dact s Vt�r t he 11 l>�thhridge to visit her daughter, Mrs, V. 11- Z/inor. j -Calgaty lleralo. F Mrs. MeKillop lefi on Tuesday mor-idng lor Kdmonton where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. da>s. Craig, and Ium* sister .Mrs. (leo. Hremner, for a few weeks. to explode. On Thursday evening last at ihi last night l�y the ladies of the \\ o-men's Missionary Society. There was a good til tendance present mul an in t *res;mg and proiitalde men ing laid. Ait r devotional exercises (he follow iiik' )u*tgrainiue w as presented, and was well rendered: Cl^hlren"s c\-home of the bridc"s sister, Mrs. J. em*. entitled "The IMcU, Tight nil el iims w ill he h� Id every 1st and .'hd 'l"hursda.\s in the month at H p. m. in tin. K. of P. new hall. All I-!uLf I ishmeu u ud Sons of Kng- land are urged to join. it COSTS uttm-V IT MKANS Mt'CU! Write $2.25, $2.90 up to $9.50 P. Stoivv. Miss Kvelyn Sillikrr and (h'itrg' McNahh weiv married by He v. Win. Heid. Hearers," by 22 members of ihe Mis- ut once fn W. C. Simmons. M. 1 ruber on Tuesday. A .Tohn Peere Oang Plow, almost I*., was in new. Price reasonable. Apply T\ox 1447, Piethbridgu. . hit* " 4- J- 4! 4 , 1h 4 x"- ;