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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta CROWDED! . CROWDED! CROWDED! Goods still pouring in. Six carloads arriving this week. Bigger bargains than ever all this month, before moving into the new store. Women's B. & C. Corsets, 85c. pr. Pine quality Women's Corsets, medium long hip, nil sizes, good* quality nt $1.25, Spocinl 85c. New Veilings and Laces Just opened 15 pieces of tlio newest Veilings, including Automobile nnd Fancy Face Veilings. Cluny. Valenciennes and Torchon Laces in .ill the newest patterns. Boys' Buster Brown Suits at Reduced Prices About 15 of those suits to cleat at n big reduction. We have them in a largo variety of styles and sizes. Regular 5.00 Suit for 4.00 4.00 " 3.25 French Flannels and Wool Delaines at a Great Bargain 100 yards of French Flannel and Wool Delaines, suitable for Blouses, etc.. in neat spots and stripes. Women's High Class Boots at $2.00 pair. 10 pairs Women's Fine Quality Dongola Lace Boots, medium heavy sole, Cubun heel, patent toe, all sizes, regular 2.50. special at 2.00 Regular 45c. and 50c. yard. Special to clear quickly, 35c iifledck patterns -r-^-fri i m j We are now Sole Agents for the Butterick Patterns And can supply you with anything in the line. The Delineator and Catalogue of Fashions on sale now. TRAFFIC BRIDGE A CONFERENCE WITH MESSRS. CTSIUNO AND WHYTE. ... ,i ^ Being Arranged by the Hoard of Tnwlo to Tako Place Soon, The new C.P.R. bridge Is a, certainty. Drilling has Nv>n "pine on at the loot of baroness Road all week to secure an Idea nl what depth the foundations will necessarily be. At the time the bridge matter was pi von prominence in July, tho Hoard of Trade, wrote Win. Whyte, scco id vlcc-prowidont of Uie C.P.H. In to vloo president of the C.P.R. *n regard to a trafllc bridge being emoted In conjunction with the C.P.R. structure and Mr. Whyte stated he would inform the Board before th..> i plans were prepared. ' Announcement has toon made that ;lhe plans were let but. Mr. Whyte h.v� never wrlttun the �oarvl. Ma mooting of the Hoard on .Tuesday evening a resolution was 'passed directing that a telegram le i.wnt Mr. Whyte asking for cstimat-! ed cost of a tralHc bridge In :on -'nectlon with the railway structure and further, whether he can moot the Minister of Public Works here in the next two weeks, and it so on what date. It is understood Hon. Mr. Cushing has also taken up the � ..... with Mr. Whyte, Mr. Cashing will not commit himself as to what he is prvpuivd to recommend tho Albor a government to do. He says tho Log-islature would have to decide whether aid should be g.ven to a tru'Dc bridge or not. W. V. Sluuiions. M. P. P. visited Calgary on Saturday and presented the case for a traffic bridge In tin strongest manner | >s-sllle. The present traffic bridge 4t a. hi^h-lovol bridge was deeded upon, would bo put out of commission, but the steel work could be used on another bridgo. One $5 Bill does the  trick-Buys you a Packard Shoe. Gives you comfort and style. What we any in this space, we can prove in our store. FRED GOW & CO. Successor* to the late W. T. Hehson (Ofnrtf/tl~ HUDSON'S BAY CO. h bridge: SOCIETY TALK. Mrs. C. A. Magrnth cntertaiiu\l lit a most delightful dance nt Oliver's J lull lust evening. Tho iilTnir was in honor of the churinint; visitor, Miss Casey of Alacleod. Mr. nnil Mrs. Mu-grath wore most gracious and kinlly in Ow.r hospitality und the evening wan one of the most pleasant social functions.that has been held in h bridge in h long time. Mrs- Llphardt will receive on Tuesday tho -Oth und afterward* �iui first and third Tuesdays of the t uon til. Mr. und Mrs. Suiiiue) .Jones ;i,t nouitce tho marriago of their divi;V tor, nosnlio Edith, to Robt. A. �:>ii-bcrtson on Wednesday evening. Do comber r� Tho marriago of Miss Gertrude Hill and Mlchaol Oavin, of Kcw York, is announced by her parents, Mr. und Mrs. James Jerome Hill. Tho wed -ding wlH tako place Thursday, "epel dainty refreshments, good music and bri.:i;t surroundings, who could fail to have nn oninyablo time. The success of thn ball is attributed to tho en--r -getic Ijidies Committee nnd to Mr Harper's orchestra whose play tig elicite I . f-r the in 0 feet b> 00 feci on Smith Strevi at th.' rear of L. N. McEwun s ivm-ilence. Work will lv uotnuieitcvU in�-uuxliately und the nuk will be ut bervice iu a sliort time. Tho > 111k will be provided with dressini; and waiting rooms uud will be modern in all respects. Mr. Oliver will bo loyally fcupported by Dm young p'.ii-ple in his enterprise. Lyceum COURSE Season Tickets j Which include reserve seats SOW' ! on sale at .1. D. ll.glnl>othani's. 1 !'Rind w II preach nt 11 am. and �.30 a.m. The morning subject will bo: 'Work-en Tugether with Ood" and in the evening the subject will bo: "S Itunawu.v Sluve." llverylmdy Is � vited to those services and to the Sunday School nt 3 p m. Voting men who have no church home^ in ihe city will receivo a very hearty uelroiue ~innr)r)n|')r)'")nnn]nnnr i n n n nnnnnnnnrinnrijDnnnn ri i Tn nn nn n n nn nnnnml MO I IT SCIIOOJ,. the tlnw and when the man wturtJd to buret the front door open, otto of the women ran through the back door to her brother's house near by. The brother rushed over and hold the man up with a gun, while Mr. Harding phoned for, tho police. Chief Parry hustled over and arrested th� man, who is now in the lockup and wSIl bo given his trial by Just lea Humphries tomorrow. It is believed tho prisoner is well known to tho police of tho west. NOT AS HAD AS REPORTED. A report was spread about the oiiy the other morning that 11. Hibnald, formerly of the Hank ot Montreal, had been killed but investigation happily proved that thoro wns nothing in the story. Mr. Slbbald however, mot with u lively experience. On Monday ho bad gone out to the country with a tea a und a driver from W. D. Whitney's stable. On his way out whilo the driver was away from tho rig, Mr. Slbbald stood up to arrange '.he seat, when tho horses frightened and ran away, Mr. Slbbald falling over the seat onto tho prairie. Tho team ran to tho river and one of tho horses was drowned. The other has not yet been found. Tho rig was demolished. SUPREME MASTER MAGIC 1 A j 1.1,000 Dollars Invested in j Illusions and Magical Monday, November Nth. at 8.30 i self and Mr. Llndsey, acting for t Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company: 1. That there shall be no iliscri (nation by union inon against n> union men or refusal to work .vl them. 3. That all men who Joined United Mine Workers of Ameri since September 11th, 1900, tn signed to deduct dues under Artit 5 on or afler that date, aro rele oil from the said organization i their signatures to such orders sh bo and are rnncolled nnd they m rejoin and resign at their ol'tion. fl. That the monies collected ' the union by the Company for du in October from lho September pa. roll shall lie paid over to the unlo 4. That in as much as the pre ent check-off order does not last f� tho life of tho agreement, a �i< check-off order is to bo prepared a substituted for vt which will last f the life of tho agreement und when signed the Company will oept. 5. All men aro to go~bac! work', V ;