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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The beautiful fall weather, enjoyable to most of us, but not the best weather for trade, has left us with large amount of stock. Only seven weeks until Xmas, so we have decided to clear it out sit sacrifice \ - * . bargains. Those who got such bargains last fall will know this no fake. t h I 4 4- Ladies' Dress and Ready-to-Wear Hats at half price. .* In order to clear out ont well assorted stock of Ladies* Hats at once we have decided to pat the price at just one half. These are all this eaaaon't bait anctare th* ?eryvlatesUnjt^le>$d shape. They won't last long ^ oonji e|rijr rid ft6t^rd(cl&ieyl. chksf liconao inspector, came in Monday afternoon on the the Calgary local and left on Tuesday morning local. The local lodge of A. F. & A. M. have decided to have a monster banquet on Dec. S27th. It promises to l>e the event ot the season. Mrs. L. O. PeVebcr went to Macleod this morning to visit her mother Wm. Watt, an English laborer was given a month in gaol for assault on L\ Olson. Dr. V. \V. Campbell is taking a short holiday visiting friends in Saskatchewan. Mrs. J. \V. llawden gave a very pleasant dancing party hint evening at her home on (Jlyn St.* W. If. Conibcnu, engineer in charge of the A. It. & 1. Co. dredge at Mu- Sage is opening up today a lot of handsome Souvenir View China. ]Ie!grath was in the city yesterday, has ample accommodation for Christ uius presents. Sage is the man. and Miss Shannon Mrs. Ingram Airs. K. I). Shaw and son, Lieut. IV C. Shaw, left on Thursday's train for thu coast for the latter's health. 7 i w Dealer in Farm Lands and Lethbridgo Properties. Southard Block, Lothbridge, Alta. Phone'122 * f ^ i t r Miss M. M. Uirtt of Macleod is spending a few days with Mm. X, Austin, Hod path St. while the teachers' convention is in session. If. %I. Angell Kvuns, well known in l-ethbridg� who has been on A. M. | Grace's staff in the Hobins Irrigation survey, is in the city for a few days, lie expects to go to Kngland for tlio winter. A. McKaddeii of Tort Arthur, Ont., arrived in the city this morning to visit his sister Mrs. .1. II. Walker They huvt� not seen each other befora for twonty-fivu years. This year the r*�tiring neparate school trustees are Messrs. .1. I*tche and J. U. J*icho. The other members of the Hoard, who were elected last year are T. D. Korin, F. Kenny and It. Miron. will receive next Monday. Nov. 18th,; }>. a. Pulley increasetl the city's iu the afternoon and evening and exchequer by $10 and costs for creat thereafter on the third Monday of ing a disturbance at the Arlington I each month. The people of the North Ward and the No. .'J arc* reminded that the ttev-Win. Held will hold service on Sunday next at 'A p. m. in the home of Mrs. Kane, HnllHc St. AH are invited. Song books provided. Messrs. Oler A Ilerschi Hros. came up fi>r trial at the llarracktt Thursday morning charge�d with having Ktart.'d the prairie fire east of town, whihi passing along from Coaldale to Stirling with their threshing outlH* Among the vi�itors In the city attending the sitting of the Hoard of Arbitration on the mining dispute are Justice Stuart of Calgary. L-ewis Stocket of Hankhcad. F. II. Sherman of Taber, and T. Uiggs of Fernie, n. c Hotel. Miss rowcll and Allwrt T. Woods sang the "Manx Fisherman's Evening Hymn" in the Baptist Taljernnc-le on Sunday evening. Farley Stark, of Swift Current, Mont., V. S., was in town and reports favorable prospects of oil and copper In that district. Hon. Senator Talbot is expected in the south shortly to complete arrangements for the big Liberal Convention at the Hat on Nov. 22nd. Distressing Accident. "CASTIUAN BOOTSH HE trend of fashion In women's shoes is best expressed by our " new "Queen Quality" CxstitUn Bods. - The foreparts and vsmpe ere- shorter; the shanks more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of s smaller size. Women every* where admire these pretty styles. They are now 41 all ths rage." The genuine are to be had only at this stors. In Kid, |3.50; Patents, $4.00: other 41 Queen Quality" styles $3.00. Next Sunday's services in the Baptist tah��rnacU� will be held at the us- .1 \ With High-Class Vaudeville Acts This is a most important question for the young or the old of either LABOR UNION HALL smd the sooner it is considered the tetter. If you are troubled with (aul iy vision, with black spots, or float-lag specks l>efore the eyes, it will be to your advantage and safety to have the defection attended to without delay. We are prafoanional opticians, and can examine your eyes correetly and prescribe tor you the right kind of glasses. The wrong | A Clean and Clever Company with hind will injure you. Jaa. Fisk, who left this city in the spring for Victoria, ii. C, has re- j turned and Kaytt he Ib hero to stay., lie has bueu around a good deal and j uul hours and vj'll bo conducted by has s�m no place better than Urth-1 the pastor. The evening theme will bridgol lie expects to brinff his fa-j ho "The Huynl Invitation and Hoyal uiily hero in the spring after he haa, Proclamation." Scatw are free and OK FRIDAY & SATURDAY NOV. 15 �*d 16 r Good Shows built a residence. F The Ladies of St. Monica's Guild i are prepared to take orders for Christmas puddings and mince meat. Orders can bo sent to Mrs. Chivcrs, at the Kectory, or Mrs. K. N. tliguv botham. The Guild also propose holding a suit* of useful articles such as aprons, children's pinafores, etc., on the Monday before Christmas. Some time ago, some Ualiciaa>s working on the CM1.it. took a violent dislike to a big fat Chink and to show it chucked the celestial into the ashpit in the yard, damaging his |>er- hymn books are provided. J. I*. Hanson, president Waterton Oil, l4tnd A l'owvr Co. is in tow*. .Mr. IJanson *xpeoi� to have a million feet of logs at his upper saw On Tuesday afternoon m most font una to accident took place about four miles out of the city across I he river, by which r^rederlck Stantnri, tlw? four year old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Morris, was ali:tost iu- stantly killed. The little fellow had gone out with his father who was Aring on P. A. Pulley's threshing outfit. The machine had finished its woric across the river and was going to Cardstf n t'� work. Having to go through the city Mr. Morris took the boy with him to ride in. While the father was For November Weddings Armstrong JEWELER ENGRAVER TICKETS OPTICIAN. Agent tor BELL PIANOS considerably. haa had thrco sittings on the case Hist ing with tho ice-cream. 75C Mkd 50c| not settled it yrt. The' Chink is recovering. IIOMlSSTlflADa NEW EMPIRE TVPEWIUTFltt 1 OK sau3 fiever been used, First. chi�e urn* chine. W[U U? sold a simp tor quick flfile. Apply I' O It.tv KI,V it Applications to honiwrtcad thc ovon numl>ers at Towuwhip 7, Jlanfro 32, wvst of tho 4 th Meridian will Joe r& calved on and after Tuesday, November 10th. J. W. STAFFORD, Agent for Dominion Lands. K. N. WakMy win retire on Dec. 1st from tho firm of Hick & Wakuly and enter i�to tho flour and feed bus JncSH. Mr. Hick has entered into partnership with A. II. McKoown of Calgary. Tho now firm has bought mill thin week for his winter's cutt-, _ , ing. His lethbridgo mill will bo misleading to the flro Frvd, Am wm riding in tho cab, foil out and under tho wheels of the water tor.k. The engino was instantly stop in* I but ton late as tho llttlo chap wai tonibly crushed. Ho died in a f*� ndnutet*. The funeral takes olace this aft- r-noon from the family residence on Crabb street. The Herald extends sympathy to tho parents rid to i.io eldest brother, Earl, who is a member of the staff. This is tlie second child Mi. and Mrs. Morris haw loH by accident. Several years ago ono of their l�tuo boys was burned to death while phiy ing around the kitchen *tovo. working order, and running full time by August 1st, next. . Mrs. W. C. Simmons was "At Homo" to a iarge number of her friends last Thursday afternoon. The hostess wa# assisted by Mrs. DeVein* r and Mrs. Show, who poured tea, while Miss Uennott, Miss Mary Mc-1 sonal appearance and feelings very] CMuro and Miss Cnfmie Wallace served'. Magistrate Humphries tho refro�hment� with Mrs. Hipleyaa-1 Mrs. K. E. Ueynalda, president of tho Young itooplo's Union of tho I lap tist Tabonuiclo entertained the mom-l>ers and friends of tho Union to the number of forty, last Thursday evening. A short programme of songs and recitations was gone through be-for** roire,hmen-ts wore nerved and thin I hose present indulged in games For those who wish to spend a small amount or * larger amount of money we have gifts that will suit you. We make n specialty of catering to this trade and the amount of business done heretofore shows that we meet the demand. The Lines we Suggest to Choose From CUTLERY IN CASES Oli SKPARATBLV A l*HETTY PIECE OF HANI) PAINTED CHINA A SELECTION OF FINE OUT GLASS A liEAUTIFLL BJRONOE CLOCK. or something in silverware, bronze goods, only ask that you come and >ee our lines. carvers, in cases, etc We can suit you. We BOItN out tho business of Jlrodie & Stafford and Avlll combine it with tho and had a very pleasant evening tor plumblng^businoss of Hick ,& Wakely. get her. GLASS-At Itfthbrldge, on Wednesday, Nov. 14th, to Mrs. W. Glass, of Macleod, a daughter. Lethbridge*B Greatest Jewelry Store Phones 165 aod 106 Eye Specialist in oharge of Optical Department ;