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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta NEW GOODS TO HAND THIS WEEK, New Dress Goods. Nef Neckwear. New Jackets. 'riii; hiiliini'o of our (Ii-l'Sh goofls ( r-ilor just lo hand, inciuditiK broitfl -i-li)ths, t\V(,'�lK and wiilRlings. Th;.-values are .ffood. 40e. Cloth Dress Goods, Special 25c. AnotlKT lot of MuMon (.'loth Drus;-fiootls, t,ho last lot sold out kjiiickly those arc ovcii boltor. Colorings, l)!uf.', lii'oy and brown; 40 inches \vi li; and nitv clcnn (inisli. Whilo 'thoy la,st the priiv �ill Ijo, per yaitl ......... LTtc Boys' Warm Top Coats Reduced no.\i. na\.v brown and gr>'y donblo breasted pea jackets, warm and durable, .fust l"ho thing for school wear, rijices �^a.T.'i, .?:J.00 and ."J.oO. Men's Beaver and Tweed Overcoats fonts selling at SIO.OO nnd S12.iJ'l worth in the usual wn.v up In %\'t. Ladies' Neckwear Vew^st nv'ckwear receivi.'d this we.'k Christmas (�oods. the new Peter !*iin eollars, laec plasterns, lace collar and chinisclle combination, chilTon collars in colors and black. New turnovers and ban^is. Vou will CiikI our prices 0:1 above \crv- ve.a.sona!il'>. Hosiery CliiUlren'.'i good (pialil.v . J-il'bel, double knee cashmere hose. .Sizes .> to f. Trices from 2'ic to .')0c. A. Macdonald (& Co. For Use in the . . Morning Tile"- ��I>oii/clus Vaiitleville Co. appeared Ijdfore largo hou.ses 'I'liurs'l ly .iiKl. I''ridn.>' nights last. Cb.'irles (Jbiskey 0/ Iowa C/ix . low.., pinvlia.secl 712(� acres of Urn I nine miles fmm Conldnle. throiii?li the Alberta Uenlty Co.- .fohn iVi\en has sold his hou.se to his brother, 'J'homas Xiven, and wiH to Lo rted Doer lo enter in'lo tius'i-jress with ri. v.. Plnyl.:, foi-merl.v 01 i thi.s cit^'. I There is a great scarcity of desirable houKcs in the city at present. Peor>le are continually looking i-iv residences with conveiiioiice.>i but n.n- not got thnm. /t'nn's Travesty Company a|�i>eared liotoi-o big houses here Monday ar^d Tuesday nights. Kach pla.v v as greatly en.io.vcd, soino of the singers � 'fii.d comedinns being unusually el.j ' er. ; Uooney has entered an. upp.al liiguinst a conviction by Major liei- | ichor fmir.g him ^SO and co.s'ls for an i j infraction of tho lijquor lic:ense or- j , dinaiice. C. F. Harris, .Macleod. is  acting for Mr. Rooncj'. "Harry" the Chir.atnnn who has i ; been cook at the Pallas and 1 bridcv at dilVcrent t.mos. Isfl la.st i Thursday for Hong Kong, tie wulk-ied into the depot and planked do-.vii .*;170 in one dollar bills for his ficl..'l ' lit? expects to return ne.vt .year. : J I. I". Morr..soii aiitl IC. W.xon hav-; stai'tcd a draying business in tii.?, � city. 'I'hcv have thivx! teams and wiiggons on the road and are ;)-.siv ciuloiids ,.f oil here next sun.-j rcad.v n transferred to the \ .tohn Ilerron. JM'.. was in w,. , ^^^^^ city on Slonday even.ng on h,s ^^a.^ ^.^^ ^.^^^^ ^, , from Cardston to I'.ncner Crcok. He wi , .. ,, , ,  � nliilehouse 01 ( algary sure .�Is r'ports th ngs in a nourishing con - ^j^^ Xv^fi^ y. \V. (Iiilbrailli i'. Inking a, trip norih this � ^^''-^ are T, ploy �l ^'^'"'^ ,.-,,,,. Uoyle of Frank, has been appointed C.I'.H. ng^-nt at How Island. Mr. Wm. Halliburton of KdmoiHon is in the city. He is solii'.t.r.g for jiiano tuning. .T. Patcrson the contractor fell i.ff a scaffoKl Jjio othtir day and bad y bruLsed his foot. The new front for the A. Ma.'Pon-ald store is completed. It makes a decided improvement. Ous Ne.dig if. holding n hig auci ion Bale of household effects at .lolin I'iche's on Tuesda.v next. nnd Wil.son, have lak�n houses in the city and vUl .shortly move t.h^>ir : Miss Logan 01 Spring Hill. N'. S, ; here from Coburg, tnt. sister of Hance .J Logan, the l-op-:.j-^oy have homcstoa elected. J'resident, .Arthur Morgan; her m.)thor now resides. viccpres., Anna I'allcrson: sic. John Ijivingstono; committee, W. .\. I'.uy \oiM-101 . oni t(. \Y\-. ami .Mi's. I'.-ter A.'li- a Sou. Mitchell of f'dniontoii. was in the city yester(>. Who mncie a deposit in gold in the 'rirst bank to be oy^ned in Hlaii'.- You can have a Singer .Seu.ug Machine by paying S2.00 a mont!. ' .Singer Sewing Machine Co. The .\iic..:'n't Order oi' I'oivste s will hold their first annual churc'i parade to Wesley cdiurch a weekifronii Sunday morning. Church parad.'s will !.e heljl yearl.v in the futur.-. riie bu.lding now being used os s n inoro.--Hlairmore Times, isnlation h()s|irta!, has been reii'ed | A!>oiit two hundred people atteiid-for a t.'rm of six months by tho city ,.a ^ sacred concert in Oliver's hall to i'.c used for the same purpo.so un- q, Sunday evorfng. Two clever til a ri^'w hospital can be orecte.l. 'young m.usiciai-.s, Claude ^1. Wilson y of ij-.e Ituitley Co. came down from I'V.iuk this week lo meet his father, ivho cam.' in fnuii Winnipeg. Mrs. F. McSIull.-^n has lM->en spending a few \veb(T of familiar hymns woiv also thrown iipon the canvas at intervals which veie sung l>.v the audience. 'I'he ^�le^^s shown were very divid and clear, the machine being operated by .Mr. .lohn Hiddle of .Medicine Hat. WHEN GOING L. KEEL NEAR THE FIRE HAL.L. � * � � men $ and Ooy$' fui*ni$l^ii9$ .4, - � '1 Clothini^, Boots Shoes ^ It iwya tu trade with us, because we are �oiling yon high gratle p^xSils at such low prices that have never In'en known in Lethbridge. 1 One of the men working on ihciwi'lh a splendid .soprano voice and' gnuiiing outfit had iiis ankle severe- j-'ohr. Wils m ,a i:5 .vear old pianist, j _ ly injured 011 Tuesday l>y haying it coutribul.id to an entertaining P'"""|�TI3 O^T^T^ T7 T7T^ .M. .1. Macleod, deputy provini'.al j..j,t,;,.i ;, i^e coujile that drops the grftmme. assisted by Knox church I VJ 1 O 1 IxlLC 1 treasurer, Kdnionton, was in the unload the eaiih from ih;. ch P'-ou^-h�> � .............\................. Thi,' services at Wesley Church ee.M Sunda.V will be coiwlucted by tl.e pas't..ir. .Subject: Jl a.m. "Our Church in the nest four years," bc-; ing a ri'view of ihe legislat ion jwiss-ftd by the nrceivt genaral conferenie. and its its influence upon Ihe coming , work of the Church. T.ItO p.m. ".\ ;'20lh T'eulur.\- City that was ivalix Cliri.'-^t laii-for a monih" and wiMt il did." .1. Cosg'rove, atlvance � agent for the Polmatier Sisters Concert Co.. was in town this week and bookod : h.s special attraction with the JOp-; worth Ijeagno ot We.sloy Church, to 'u given here l>ec. llth. This will be the first linto than an entertainment of this kinit-'al o�i Friday Inst. Mr. Morton w.is jOO years of age and held the posit-j ion ^, of mining foreman for the jCrow'ls Nest Co. at Michel. I'.. leave.4 a widow and a son. The fun icral on Saturday was conducted by I'Uev. .1. S. Chivers. Amongst tho-ie in attindance were I.*, W. Wood of ll'V'rniv^. 'I". Crahan of Michel, Sirs. Morton, the wi.-low. Why not have a look at our window-iookint; is free at all times. But yon will want inon' than a look whtMi oncts tast-eil. Onr biwid and pastry cannot be oxcel-leiovc fme j.oints in the var  ; of two countries, a show that '�-iDrug Store, plctcd and the contpetltions hald. l I'lllCKS-Toc and St.OO | Seats on sale at IlijfinliO'tham's ; Notice is hevoI>y giTOn ihut I w'll I sell by public auction at tlus r.j\\n I of T�ber at ono o'clock on Friil.ty. .1, , i>,i ^jS'/ij ;