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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta OVERSTOCKED Previous to moving into our new store we are endeavoring to clear out a targe part of our stock, some of the following generous reductions. Ladies' Blouses at a Bargain About Cm Wonion's Blouses, in hiHtrre. flannels and nelettcs, nicely trimmed, nil this season's goods, regu-lnr 2.00 and 2.25, special at.......................... 1 Special Cut Men's Boots in 40 imir of Men's Buff Lace Boots, made, of best quality Buff leather, a medium heavy boot nnd a pood all sizes, regular special for ono week only at....... 2.2.1 wearer. 2.70 i>er pair, HUDSON'S SOCIETY TALK. Specials in Men's Furnishings 10 do-/,. Men's line wool wouth-er mixture Soxs regular 45c perv pair, special at ..3pr.forSt.00 70 pair Men's best quality President Suspenders, regular i)0c per pair, special nt. .. -liic 36 inch Flannelette at 12c 250 yards of finest quality striped Flannelette, nice sofl finish, 36 inches wide, regular 15c quality, special at. per yard............................................... PACKED HALL IN OHDKtl TO ELECT A MAN 10 OFFICE. Division Amongst Employees of this A. It. & 1. Tho A.II. and I. library meeting* arc usually i�s peaceful as a Quaker fathering, but Saturday night lust a storm arose that caused a heap of excitement, ar.d was thv talk of tho city. It ai�|H>urs n ISbrarlan had to bo ulcctal to tuiceeed .los. Nhorlhouso, who has removed from the city. Some of tho employees of ,-the company at No. 8 Ml that tht> mon employed in tlw shops were rtinn'.ng tho library too freely and thoy gathered over a hundred inor. ntnl par -adun, > | Winnipeg') :cuuiung n;\\y bltu; broadclo'ih ur.h One of the prettiest matrimonial events tliut has taken place in this district for a long time was cele  brated on Monday evening lust ixt the ticnutiiul horn, ney. one of the , ., whom she will s|>end the nevt voir it gown ,.f allovor siik embroidered pule blue chenille, ti.n.nid with pan or two in Kdmonton. MiNs 'if h> blue chenille. triimn.-l .will hns almost completed her^ ' whet and pink i-.,--* ,.i tha. life of her uml,. net, over pale green taffeta Sh., earned a boui|uet of pn k and while I'liss The groom was attended ly hi- brother, W. Hue lien. After the knot hail l�"n tied and of IV .1 Whit- '"oiiyrntulittions ottered, the thirty >.r most om.vm.'il nion unests r paired to the diii'ug pule puniv nnd enterprising ifiti/en� of this �,.> tion. '1 hu participants in the huppv affair wvn Miss Etta Maude Whitney, the only daughter of the home and W. E. Uuchan of the Hudson's Mr*, llay Computjy. Winnipeg, fornr.-rly of wore -onlii, wlliili hail I'en t iivtefillly decorated iti p.nk ami green. I he InM s \ ere il.ior.itod with pink white c.irnal iuiis ami ferns. Whit in > . i In handsome w In'.. Lethbridge. The house was eXqui*. - |>eiiii tie sole w,th yoke oi itely ducorated for the occasion 'I bo and applique trimmings, ceremony took place in the drawing- ' Th  groom's gut to the bride wit.-, room under an urch decorated with a pearl neeklaee. i,. the bridesmaid ferns, smilax, white astern ami a clover leaf brooch set with pear's bows of white ribbon, Ilev. ("has. and to the groomsman, gold i i.ll McKillop of Kayuiond. assisted 1 y links. Rev. A. M. Ciordun. oHiriutod The i \|r Whitn.-y present.'.I his datigh charming bride, gowned in a ruli tor with a rhe� ipiiei I.hi preii;. we.ld ig Mrs I" .V iliginbothaul has us was celebrated nt >� m'r S�!�"*' Mrs Logon of Wjnni|�-g church Inst evening wh.n Thus \\ - Hoyes. u popular i ngiii.-er on the \ Mrs t;,.,, ft McKay entertained at 11 ft. I married to Miss I'.ni'i-- the t,.u hour on Saturday Inst ii, U-ll Wuitoii. who has been living honor of h-r gm-st. Miss Mcl.enn of Willi Mrs W .1 Thompson Hev. Scotland. .1 S I'hiv-.-rs olliciuted aid the we.l- - bi'iile's niot(i 'I . I ding march was plnj .si i.\ Mr Sell- Miss llarchiy who hus Ixvn visil- gown of ham ",B friends in Muclend. is again th.- ----- suest of Mrs J{ ] |!,s.v,.. as is The eiigug.'iaenl is i.mi; w hispei Miss Ciisey of Mncleod. They are about town oi Mr ll.irne\ Unsoii. 'vry popular \isitors nnd are much i..|,.Hl. foinii-rly of Edniontiin. now in.iiia; In Campbell of that town I Edmonton Saturday News lieina Lethbridge inends will b.. inter.' '� ernlrtfr n lady who visited this tity with the Women's Press \ss,,ciat on The yotir.g couple left for WiniiipE\ JI.I.K. FltlCKS 75c and 0Oe. SPECIAL SCENERY CHANGE OF HILL NIGHTLY Seats on sale ono wook in advuiv.v at .1. D. Hlginbotham's Drug Store REAL ESTATE I beg to announce that T linvo opened nn office in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I �m establishing connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. If you have anything you wish to sell list it with nie, it will cost yon nothing if I do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a description and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire mud Life laturance. Give you better Stoves for less money than any other place in the city. Our prices such us $000 For a tiuurantced Heater $700 For n Little Better knocks the bottom out of ai.y of those so-called bargains in town. Call and see our Stoves.....It won't do any harm. THE CENTRAL HARDWARE STORE nnnDonrjoQgapnDonQPQn HiMawamtiiiMi! Susan .Morlson. Toronto an-noiineithe etmngeinenl ol her youngest daughter. Florene..- Lillian 'o 'lauile \V l-reeinan. It.A . MIL. Chunii King. Chum, son of E. U-Mired Huithei. with ,..,.,,.,,,,_ itarlinglon, Out.. and _ _ hrothi-r of Mrs W. A. Iluchallan. formerly of Si. Thomn nridj; this vi-nf Miss Katherii.e llu^ii,-, of illtau.i. is leaving for the West next to join her brothel .O:o:o:o. P^XOToToloTOjD.QOciQoc>o�n'o'olo'o'oIOiXo'\o^o:oTo:oro:oToOf 1 rvbO.Oj ..nnr;nr:.-!ri( ii ininiiHriiiru-rir^innnnnnnnnnnnr-nnrinnnrinnnrinnrinnnnnnnnn now of t�th  Miss Morlson is the daugh -ter in' the late Thomas MortKon. 1 Itiehtnond Hill, ami grandduughter of the lute Captain dames Allen, ; Woodbridge nnd EnniskilU-n. Ireland, Miss Mortson will suil for China from Vancouver on N'ov. 20, an' her iinirriage to !>r. Froauuin will , take place on her arrival nt Chung , King-Toronto Mail and MIsh Mortson will visti Mn�. Ituch-�nan on her way to China. i - j Mrs. Wilson "The Barracks" en- t ti-rtained in honor o'f Misson llarclay j ami Casey last evening. [ - | Last Thursday owning u very j prvtty event took placo at St. 'Augustin'H church, when tho rector. Uev. j. h. drivers unitwi in marriage Miss Edith L. Harding. tAstor |of Aid. C. II. Harding ar.d Arthur iFrayue. Tha bride who was charmingly attired in a hundHomo gown of I crept* do chine, wearing tho convent-|iotal orange blossoms, and currying a magnificent boiHpiot of white roses 'and UMes of tho valley, entered the church leuning on tho arm of her I brother, who gave tha btWo away. 'Miss Annie Gaskoll, also handsomolv 'gowned, and carrying a Iwuniuot of red roses and caniatior.s, did the 'honors ok hridetitnaicl. After tho I ceremony, to the strains of tho wed-j ding march, tho happy couplo loft I tho church, and anviclftt a shower of j rice, departed.for tlw homo of Al-jdernmn Harding, where a reception was held. Tho young people aro very J popular and much esteemed as -the iarrnv of woddlng gifts ovi