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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Mr-' (llitliiiliiliiiiiii ^ V , y- in all dcpartnujiit's of the stptp. Sttpcks are heavy. ] J t 3 / with fWmirniiM-gins^oipjIi^^ ordcr-feitiirn i* int ' ��  " ' ConHj along a>nt>'slfanB>the good thinRs. So we are sjitisfied money quickly. $2.50f WiSti^l^l-it^ ?> $5 fweed SKIris, ' - Mg' dssorttiieftt^of 1^50 'waists ift ' ^ I'luids, StiiiJes, Spots iind Floral De signs in, jLusti-c . or Wool Ma'tr-S1.9d. '\ �;> 1. , . S(ldoniIiS| nangc of, Tweed Dr�ss - -Hkirts in�!Mcdiutii and Dark Shades, Checks,' Slripe.s -anti l^Iixturcs. All SiiHjs ancl very special ,tvt each $3.50 ,54 ln.i)ress, Goods 1 II Quill[| and Blankets r 1 (5�v felankpts at , $2.75, 3.35, White'\|ool Blanlvds at S3.50J. $4.-r,0, *n.5o|und S6.00. , . , , Cotton fFillod Qu'rjts,'!at us ranch. '  (' Mrs. J. J. Johnston returned la�t aight after an extended visit in the �a9t. S. Edwards of the Alberta Government Telophune System was in the �ity Monday on his way to Cardsion Ur! Douglas, from Nelson, B. C, *as been a.clcled to the Dominion Ex-liress Co. staflt, boing tlie night ag-�eBt. J. Fiddle'r, ot the V. S. A. Beclia-mation Service ait Babb, Mont., near *iie St. Mary's Lakes, is in the city this week. Twenty-eight cars ot cattle left Xtfthbridge for Chicago on Tuesday TOorntng. 11.^ C. McMull^. the CP. B. live stock agent was in charge of, iJie loading and shipping. Kerv. P. S. Parrot of Keho, wa� in the city on Monday. Ilev. J. M. Har rison went back with him to spend the wJ?ok assietihg in speciail Borvloes r-day Nov s. Mrs. D. G. McKay, of Lethbrldge, is the guest of her daugh'tcrs Mrs. W. J. Atchison, aoid Miss Ethel McKay. -Cranbrook Herald. Vincent Dooley, of the Alberta Iron Works, has moved his family, Mrs. Dooley and Miss Constance, up from Lethbrldge . They will reside on Tenth Avenue oast--Calgary Jer<l. Gus Neidig made a business trip to Calgary and secured a man to run his bowling alley. He secured also a numljer of magazine rifles which he will use in a shooting gallery that ho will open in a few days. R. J. Timmins, general agent ol the Mason & Risch Piano Co., r^ turned on Saturda.y from Cardston. Mr. Timmins sold a carload ot his popular instruniont.s in Lethbridge and the south towns this trip. The EpworlU League in Woslojr Church have purchased a splendid UeinlKman & Co. piano, the Duchess of York style. Tl>e old piano was not good enough for 'tliis live society so a new one suitable for the highest class of music was purchasetl. Captain Richards, who has .Ixxcn in charge of the Solvaition Army corps here for the past three months and a half says farewell to the people here on Sunday having been transfentxl to the work at Vancouver. Captain Adams is remaining hero and will have charge of the corps. At the Liberal meeting on Tuesday niglvt W. C. Simmons, MP.P.. said that the ferry over the river -vnuld bo run by the government an iong as physical conditions would uit. This statement was made to satiiiy those who arc under the impror^sion that the ferry will close down ns soon as the trafDc docs not warrart keeping a inan in charge.-Taber, Fi re I'rcss. A splendid programme given by local jartJsUi iiii_ Wesley Church on Friday (tomorrow) evie'iiTng. Conductors,F."r, Oavies and 8am Hayes, of Lethbridge, paid a visit to our city on Sunday last between trains.-Cranbrook Herald. i The Ijcthbridgo Iron Works shipped three big iron tanks 6n Monday to the Mclntyre Ranch to be used In their cattle dipping oiwrations.- Three Singers and- an elocutionist' who arc all new to Lethbridge should draw a big crowd to Wesley Church] tomorrow evening to the choir'concert. Press J reports and the opinion of critics :from Boston, Toromto, Winni-jjcg, Calgary and other centres speak very highly, of Helen Badgley, the reador\^ Who apiwars in Knox Church on Tuesdjiy, Noy.'W. The-Salvation :Army is having oi band concert this evening at the boirracks. An admission tee of twen-ty-fivo cents will be charged. Pro-coeds will be devotofl to the interests of the' band. .Itefre.shnients will be .served; . The deputy'minisiter of publi#�Vorks is cdlllng for tenders for the'erection of the now Lands Titles office in Cal-gor.y'. Local contractors shoukl got after this contract and build the office in Calgary if we cannot ha^'C one in Lathbridgo. The ndvt. is in another,column. J. S. RAidy the r.P. 11. �.-lil ('e-k arrested here u\?'� jri 1 '.itkt'n to Calgary was broOglil up I'or pif' m-inary hearing oh i ly c'Ler the cvifle'nce of tlie prinjc'iii m I'ad been taken, was sent up for Mini at the next sitting of the Su,iri;,n! Court. His lawyer reserved tiie defence. The en'tortainment put on by the Kenny-Harvey Company on Tuesday evening vas of a very high class order, and u-as thoroughly enjo,yed by the larffc crowd pn-soni. Bert Harvey jus-tified his reputnjlion as' un amusing 'en'tcrtaincr, and Mr. KB'',ny as tt monologist and imiKir.son.itor would bo hard to beat. Miss Ennna T. Irons was good in the C'.mrt Scene from the "Merchant of Venice" and her Grecian poses, lui 1 Mi-'s Nellie Moore is a pianist and si'tiar.o of grea)t ability. 'l"h,> Knights cf 7'.ytliias are to be r niubl)le on dry lani^ g^vo a yield of 21 bushels per acre. Their oats went 72 bushels to the ^cije. All the gi*aih Was of the highlit gt^ade.^ GOOD YIELD OF-SPUDS. W. S. McClure, one of Lethbridge's fnTmer."*-has -juBt harveBtcd.-twelve tons of class Early Rose potatoes on a patch of > land containing slightly less than an acre. Four-hun-. dreer of elocution in a college, will give readings. Miss Hutt, Macleod's popular soloist, Mr. G. Fleming ot the Merchant's Bank, who is a vabiablo addition to the musical circles of the city, and Mr. F. A. Maxwell, a well-known Duluth tenor, who has lately come to Lethbridge, will render the vocal numbers of the programme. The instrumental numbers on the pipe organ and the splcnclid now Hcintzman & Co. piano placed in the church this week, will be rendered by Miss Harrison, and Mr. T. Taylor. The admission charged is fifty cents the proceeds being devo'tcd to the pipe organ fund. -I ' m � Round St. Crotting Closed. According to the agreement made between the city and tha C.l'.R. when the Ifttter agrt-od to build the, shops, and other buildings tliat go with the creation of a divisional poin't in this city, by which all the crossings Iwtween Gait street ond Wostniini.s^tcr Road were to bo closed, the cro.s.s-ing on Round street was clo.'od on Alonday and Tuesday by having a wii-e fence constructed across the way. Many were tlie efforts made by tlie fairmers and other teamsters to get through tlie barrier hut seemingly with no avail. Many a teamster came up against the fcnco and Was forced to wend his way back around, ho know not whore, after nightfall, to find the path that would lead him from the profound darkness to the glorious region of light he could see across the track. NORTH DAKOTA HUSTLERS Settlers from North Dakota are never known to waste much time when they land in Sunny Southern Alberta. It is left, however, to Mrs. Thomas Patching's turkeys to beat the record. Mrs. Patchings shipped her turkeys to Coaldale a fei't days previous to her departure and vhen she arrived slie found thaft they -were alread.y busy laying eggs. The Herald ventures to remark that this is getting down to business in a hurry. Knox Chvreli Coaeert. On Tuesday evening, Nov. 19, there will be an excellent concert in Knox Church under (the auspices of the choir. The entertainers are Miss Mae Dickenson, a vocalist and guitar soloist of national reputation and Miss Helen Badgley, a reader and interpreter who is vory highly commended by the press and by critics all over Canada and the Eastern States. The admission is seventy-five cents. It is expected there will be a large audience to greet theso clover artists. Rcduetioa in Minimum Rates At the rcciuest of the Winniiiog Board of Trade the Railway Commis sion of Canada have 'issued tho following oi"der regarding minimum weights. In order to encourngo tho early movement of low grade grain and light weight grain,s, the following ro-guluti�n will apply until December Ut. 1907;- When cars loaded with grain to 'their full visible capacit.y show an out-turn of less than toirift minimums actual weight only will he charged for, subject to a minimum of 40,000 lbs. for oats, and ."JCOOO lbs. for wheat, bar/ey, flax, r.vo, and .spoltz. Liberal Meeting. The Liljorals of Ijethbridgo will hold a meeting in the Knights of Pythias Hall on Friday, Nov. 22 at 8 p. m. to choose delegates for the con vention in Medicine Hat on tho 26th when the Liberal candidate for tho House of Comtnona will ho chosen. There will doubtless be a big rally. T---- V Re;jol:v^d: hAv'E'A Good opin(on of m* SEin Which RE G^i^s wMiQ HEiCNov/soF^HimsciJ: co/^roRT Hr crr^ comes fM WHAT IS NEXT TbMlHV^ :HAVE A.iJErririi.oPiNipNjor,Ydj/R^Elr,--:^^^ .WEAR." . TR-UE, YOU CAN HIDE;YOUR, iilj-DERWEARfRoM EVERYBODY BUY Youte \SELr, BUT t>iX> YOU viM THIN'k 'tH^AfPW*.''^ YOU ARE MORE WTTH Y0UR-5EUr tHA?!J.^ CASHMERE AND IN WE HAVE WOL.SEY; YOU ARE WITH ANY OTHER .MAN, AND . DON'T YOU LIKE TO KEEP THE COMPANY or A WELL.DRE^^JID MAN? WE CAN., -5UPPLY YOU WITH;ALL K1ND.S OT UN^" DERWEAR, ^ILK, COTTON, WOOL OR.', DirrERENT CoLoR-5. ^TAN^riELD, PENMAN'J AND WAT JON'J, AND A JPECIAL LINEor M'Eri;.5 ALL'WOOL HEAVY WEIfiHT WHICH WE XrE CLEARING AT $1.75 -PER -SUIT. WE RECOMMEND OUR ENGLISH ALL WOOL BLUE COLOR AT $3.0O PER SUIT,, AS I EXCEPfloNALLY fiOOD VALVE WHICH CANNOT BE MATCHED IN THE CITY. REJPECTrULLY, The BenUey Conpiy, ItiL WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery i ' Telephone 33^ m 9 > �J . i -If * 1 <� 1 � tm 1 m SB 200 pairs Whi^ Blankets J, Slightly Damaged, at- , / : , G. H. Johnston Prioea to suit all Pones. Opened this Morning FANCY COMFORTERS $2.25, $2.90 up to $9.50 -We alto bare the Celebnted- Lethbridge Woollen Mills BLANKETS -^1 Real Estate Suits. Tho recent flurry in real estate appears to have given rise to aoverat civil actions. One of the late^ is in raforonce to the Rolianoe townslte. Alexander McWiUiams ot Reginai ond Ezra S. Bowden of Taber have issued a writ againsti C. W. Stewart C. J. A. DaUiel and S. W. Pugh. aU of Winnipeg to recover the sum of $35,523.56, being the balance of unpaid purchase monef due tho plain-tilTs on the sale of tlie Reliance subdivision. The.whole purchase price was $88,-000 and of this sum only one installment ot 113,000 has been paid. H. M. Dilley, of Henley, Sask., is suing John Kenny of Magroth ,|or specific performance of an agreement to S'ell property in township 2, range 21, we�t of tlie 4th nteridian, known as the Deoil ranch. Remember the concert Church tomorrow eveaing. ed talent. In Wesley Vn�xc�lU A. R. ft I. TRAFFIC Tho A. R. 4t I. Co. are takingifoa�#)^ teen to fifteen cars of sugar baata^!' from Magrath, Welling and Btlrlii^' -to the sugar factory at Raymoml; vt During the past vraek the ,wli^