Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
0\/ERSrOCACED REDUCTIONS Previous to moving into our new store we are endenvorins to cleAr out a large part of our stock. Read some of the following generous reductions. Specials in Men's Furnishings 10 doz. Men's fine wool weatli-er mixture Soxa regular 45c ijer^ pair, special at ..3pr. for $1.00 70 pair Men's best quality President Sus-jTenders, regular ()0c per pair, special at. .. '15c 36 inch Flannelette at I2c 250 yards of finest quality striped Flannelette, nice soft finish, 36 inches wide, regular 15c quality, special at, per yard................................................ 12c Ladies' Blouses at a Bargain About 65 Women's Blouses, in lustres, tlniiuels and ilan-nelettes, nicely trimmed, all this season b gocds, regular 2.00 and 2.25, special at.......................... 1 50 Special Cut in Men's Boots 40 imir of Men's BuflF Lace Boots, made of best quality Buff leather, a medium heavy boot and a goal wearer, all sizes, regular 2.75 iwr pair, special for one week only at....... 2.25 Black Sateen Underskirts at $1.2 Made of good quality of ^ black sateen, with three rows of frills and pleated, regular J.i")0 ajid 1.75 skirts, spocial at $1.25 Dress Goods at Quick Selling Prices Our new stock of English Dress Goods are wonderful values and are selling fast. See our line of plain cloths at QOC IHUDSON^S BAY CO. PACKED HALL JX ORDEH TO ELECT A MAN lO OFFICE. Division Amongst Eniployoos of tho A. n. A I. ! _ I The A.R. nnd I. library iiicetin;^^ aiv usually as pcnceful as a QuAkor 'galhoring, but Saturdny night lust 'a storm arose that caused a heap |oi� excit�iuoiit, aui was the talk >( I tho city. It appeurs a Kljrarlan had to be tilcctcti to SHccced Jos. Shorlhouso, who has removed from tho city. Some of the employees of fthe coiii- pan.v at No. 3 felt that tho mm |MnpIoycd in t:)k� .shops woto ninn'.ii^ the liljrary too freely and they guth- ml)cr i'cmarkc of'hfr uncle, the prettiest raatrimonial _ _____ .- t'^''^............. ' j\ very quiot lecomung .n navy blue broudclclh with u hai of |Whoiri''.^h^-will spend the next year a gown of aliover silk embroidered pale blue chenille, trimmv.U with [iiiii or tw6 iS VUlmr,r,*^~ � = ._ -- . neti over pale green taffeta silk, ah-! pale blue chenille, ;hili> ros:s. The groom was attended \.y hi.s brother, W. F. Uuchan. I AfU'r the knot had bot^n lietl and congratulations oflered, the thirty iir church last evening when Lethbridge Opera House. Two Nights Commencing WEDNESDAY NOV. 21 MR. C. P. WALKER PRESEXTS THE GREAT McEWEN AND HIS COMPANY decorated in pink and grocn. The tabirs vere decorated with pink.-.nd while carnalion.s and ferns, j Mrs. Whitney, the biSdc's moth-r, wore a handsome gown of black I>eau de sole w,lh yoke of whit*' .\ ... US','... Thos. K. IJoyes. a popular eng'ineor on the .\. II. & 1. was married to SUPREME MASTER MAGIC 1 AN 15.000 Dollars Invested in Illusions and Magical Ef|*�pmcnt. OUR SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY A bit different I A mite smarter! A shade newer! Th� only Exelttttvc Shoe Store in the City. FRED GOW & CO. Successors to th� late W. T. Henson REAL ESTATE I beg to announce that T have opened an office in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am 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 me, it will cost yon nothing if T do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have hot what you want, give me a description and I will find it for yon. N. T Macleod Fire tkd Life I&turaace. JIi-.s. itely decorated for the occasion. Tim and applique trimmings, ceremony took i)lace in the drawing- I The Ri'oom's gut to the bride whh room under an arch decorated with a pearl necklace, to the bridesmaid ferns, smila.x, white asters and a clover leaf brooch sot with pcar!.s bows of white ribbon. Rev. Chas. and to tho groomsman, gold ti:n McKillop of Raymond, a.ssisted 'ly links. Rev. A. M. Gordon, officiaUxl. Thi; I Mr. Whitn;;y presented his daugh chaining bride, gowned in a rn h ter with a chcuchess satin, wearing �n oran^fo principally silver and cut glass. veil end canning a bouquet of white ' ^ roses, entered the room on the �� m ' �f her father, as Mrs. Xeale playe.1 ^^^^ "'^^t train foUo^x^d by (he tho wedding march. The bridesmaid be�t wishes of their h9sts of friends. was Miss O. Dickerson of Modtcine Tho brides going away suit was of , : , " McKay entertained at Mi.ss I.an.n-lho lea hour on Saturday last Winton. wlio has beon living ^honor of hor guest, .Mi.ss Mcl,ean with Mrs. W. .1. Thompson. Mnv. j Scot land. .f. S. CM�iv'.>rs olliciaited aivd tlw wisl- ; _ ding march was play.->y^hv^ wl\isiier.id .^^lss Casey of Macleod. They are about town of Mr. Banvy lijn.son, very popular visitors and .are being foinicrly of Edroontoii, now nuiiuf.;'jr much feted. - to M.SS Campbell of that town. - , -. Edmonton Saturday Xews. Mrs. Nourse, of Dri^lgeburg, Ont., - has arrived in the city to spetid tho T.othl�ridge friends will be inters.;!-^ wintt>r vith, her son. C. f>. K. ! p'S FOREMOST HYPNOTIST A Scientific IX.>monstration of the Wonderful Mysterious Hypnotic Force. HIGH CLASS VALDEMLLE. i'RICES 75c and 50c. SPECIAL SCENERY CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY. Seats on sale one week in advance at .T. D. Higinbotham's Drug Store. We Can and We Will Uive you better Stoves for less money than any 'other place in the city. Our prices such as $�.00 For a Guaranteed Heater $7 00 ForaLittleBetter iinocks the bottom out of any of those ao-rLn--ii->n f>ri_________ HOMBSTBAJ5BRS LOCATED A few snaps. They won't last long. 640 acres, 2 milet from railroad, $9.00 par acre. 160 aer��. irrigated, I mile from Coaldal�, |tt.50 per aer#. 160 acres, t milct from Stirling, |0.^ par acre. 640 acrtty quarter mile from railroad, $10 per acre. 640 acret, two lad oac-half milet from railroad, la twgar beet district, |I3.90 per acre. 5,000 acrea fiaett layiag land in Southern Alkerta (perfectly leWU |7 per acre. North half Section 3. Tp. 5, Rge. SI, 90 acree hrohea, I 1-3 mUet ftncing. $13 per acre. OTOToToToTfilOToToTcxoToToTOKQ;^^ rr(8rry8Cr�rOT(igpti66666�!Sr<^^ �mso:ao:oioToioTo:o m�. Cino. nogtus and Mrs. L. M. Johnstone entertained a number of i in honor of Miss Bairlisy nnd TiM Cricket Uiub Ball to-tnorr^w Ati the annual mooting of the Calt faro of the hospital, by tiwjir donat-Upfpit^l held on the aeth of Qotob- ' Jons of, casfi, Irults, yoiinp pijople at parties this weolc in leTCniiig will be .quite a social event, .'year have cOntrlbutiod to the wel- er, Inst, a vote of thanks was,' tendered oil those who durj|^ the mnt magozihcB ond other articles, R. Spencer was up from Cardston ih.i week.