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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 Fine quality Wonjpn's Corsets, medium long hip, all sizes, good' quality at $1.25, Sixjcjal 85c. New Veilings and Laces Just opened 15 pieces of the newest Veilinps, including Automobile and Fancy Face VeilinRs. Cluny, Valenciennes and Torchon Laces in -.ill the newest ijatterns. Women's High Class Boots at $2.00 pair. '10 pairs Women's Fine Quality Dongola Lace Boots, medium heavy sole, Cuban heel, patent toe, all sizes, regular 2.50, special at 2.00 Boys' Buster Brown Suits at Reduced Prices About 15 of these suits to cleat at n big retluction. .We have them ill a large 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 nnd Wool Delaines, suitable for Blouses, etc., in neat spots and str)|ies. Regular 45c. and 50c. yard. Special to rlear quiekly, TRAFFIC BRIDGE COXFEIllOiVCE WITH MESSRS, CtSIUNO AND WMVTE. Being Arranged by the Iloard Trailo to Takn Place Soon. of 35c. pattern We are now Sole Agents for the Butterick Patterns And con supply you with onything in the line. The Delineator and Catalogue of Fashions on sale now. HUDSON'S BAY lethbridge: c o. SOQEH TALK. Mrs. C. A. Magrath entertained at n, ino.9t doJightfiil daucu at Oliver's JIali last evening. The alTair was in honor of the charming visitor, ' Miss Cttsey of Macleod. Mr. and Mrs. 3Ia-grath were most gracious and kinJly in thij'.r hospitality and the evening was one of the ino.9t pleasant social function�'tbat has been heW in l^'h bridgio in a long time.  St. Paul, Minn. Miss Hill is tho youngest dnughtcn of Mr. and M Hill. Mr. Gav.n is a young �tt'>r-ney. Mrs. Ljphardt will receiw on Tuesday the 20�h and afterwards r.he first and third Tuesdays nf the inon>Lh. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jones nn-nounce tho marriage of their daiuM-tcr, Rosalie Edith, to Robt. a. C>jI-taertHon on Wednesday evening, De The marriage of Miss Gertrude Mill and Michael Oavin, of New Yoric, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mm. James Jerome Hill. The wed -ding wlia take place Thursday, "fov. Sa at St. Mary's Catholic church. Tho cngngcnient Irns Ixjen nnnounc-eid the company go home, after this. Oh! i:o: another, holjr,. and a few winutcs dancijig concluding with tho "Home Sweet HomJB^^jyuUz" 0nded the Cricketers Bfl'fr 'irst A LOCAL BUDGET. Tho new C.P.B. bridge is a certainty. Dritlinit has Ixvn ^'olnc on at the foot of Baronesa Rood all week to sccuru an idea o( what depth the foundations will necessarily hey At the time the bridge matter was given prominence in July, tho Board of Trade, wrote Wm. Why to, aeooid vico-pretrident o( tlie C.P.R. in re vioD president of ibo C.P.R. in regard to a trafHc bridge being er.toi-cd in conjunction with the C.P.R. structure and Mr. Whyte atated be would inform the IIo�rd beforo the plans were prepared. Announcement hat been made that tlie plans were let hut Mr. Wh>"te has never written the Board. At tt mcoting of the Board on jTAiesdoj; evening a resolution *as :pn.ssed directing that a telegram to .sent Mr. Whytc asking for esrtimat-ed cost of a traffic bridge in an -nection with the railway structurn and further, whether he can meet the Minister of Public Works bcro in the next two wvcica, and If so on what date. It is understood Hon. Mr. Gushing has also taken up the with Mr. Wh}-te. Mr. Gushing will r.ot commit him�9elf as to what ho is prepared to reconuwntd tho Albcr'n government to do. Ho says the Legislature would haw to decide whether aid should bo g.ven to a trafllc bridge or not. W. C. Sinanons. M. 1". P. visited Calgary on Saturday and presented the ca.se for a trafllu bridge in lha strongest manner | .}s-sille. The present traffic bridge it a high-level bridge was decided upon, would bo put out of commission, but the steel work could be used on another bridge. One $5 Bill does the  trick-Buys you a Packard Shoe. Gives you cQtnfort and ityle. What we nay iu this space, we can prove in our store. FRED GOW & GO. Sticcesson to the late W. T. Hehson KILLED AT RAYMOXD. At the close of the days labor at the Raymond Sugar, Factory on Monday, Randall Allred, a sixteen year old boy met his death. A companion McLean by namo threw some water in Allrod's face and .\11-red ran after McLean- The latter wont in iwtwecn the belting Allred followed. He slipped on the floor and (oil on tiie belting and was car ried up to the coiling and crushed to dcatJi. An inquest was held at Ra>tnond on Tuesday by Coroner lliginjbotham l%e jur>', with H'. S. Allen as foreman rendered a verdict ttot death was accidehial and due to carelessness and'Kiluro to comply with the rules of the company. From start to finish! Oar El Amber Cigar is ahead of all' others every time. If you want genu, ine satisfaction and real gratiftcation when enjoying your after dinner smoke, just try an El Amber cigar^ We will guarantee that yon will i it is the best medium-priced cij that yonr mouth ever held or you J palate enjoyed. Try one and yon wil| never smoke any other. WALLACE & HOSELTON, The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm. ionod returns to Ot- leave awIfloKeenAsliiDflfonrselOnestions Have yon been saying over and over to yourself-" What shall it be ? " Day after day hundreds of people ask themselves that question, and day after day it goes unanswered. For no amount of at home imagining will recall to mind even a small portion of the articles that enter into the consideration-and until you have seen OtJB stock yon will fall far short oi knowing the pleasure of choosing from heaped-up values. Our Stock Answers all Questions A. visit here will reveal "suitables" to make choosing easy for yon. And though Christmas is still five weeks away-it's a pleasurable time to shop-no crowdn, ample time, and stocks without a dent in them. this Christmas Jewelry will be "It" again as usual. Each succeeding Christmas makes greater demands upon m. This year we are ready for the "biggest yet," Have more of everything. And while the variety is just about endless, there is also that daintiness, that charm ^that is a part of every well-chosen jewelry stock. As we hinted-be ahead of the crowd. Glad to give you all the time yot! nsk, Ghul to lay aside your selections until the eventful day. R. A. WRIGHT, Jeweler Wh�r�^ W�tcK Work it Don* Right. AGENT FOR THE HEINTZMAN V CO. PIANOS. .Scn.iior DeVobor tawa on .Saturday. 1". MacMicking and wife for tho enst in a few weeks. T)r. (Jal'braith's nanie is now ment-in connection with the mayeon A'th the A.R. & I. Co. left Strnd*}'' for VanooHvor and after a visit there will return to his old homo in Montreal. Prior, to his departure a number of friends presented hini with a suit case. Fred Rooncy was the first citizen to pull a throttle on fivs gbt over the new track to tho new freight sheds. Tho crow #as mode up of E. I.. Lalondc. engineer of 1443. ,W. Meek nroman: Sam Sprague, conductor; U. Walker and P. F. Rreckenridgo,lhor with Qod" and in evening the subject will be: Runaway Slave." Kverylwdy is :n-vited to those services nnd to the .Sunday .School at 3 p.m. Youn* men who have no church home^ in the city will receive a very heart.s' welcome. SEW BISK. The skutara and huckcyisttt uofi their hata to W'u. Oiivur now. titi nas cume , to their rescue and ^ iii uuild a r.nk with a iikatmg area oi 150 feet by 00 fceC on Umitb Streot at the rear of I.. N. McKwen's re^i-ctence. Work wilt bo commenced im-I lUixliateiy and tho riuk will be in enrvice iu a short timrc. Thu .' luk will be provided with dressing and waiting rooms and will be modern in all respects. Mr. Oliver will be loyaily supported by the young ix.v pic ill bis enterprise. REMEMBER G. H, Johnston^s Men*s Furnishings & Boys' Clothinj must be cleared out. Have you Mca o�r N�w York grty Grai^f Hat T a very on- ATTEMPXED Bt'ROlARY. At midnigiit last nigitt a hal^.brued named Frank Baition, attempted to break into the residence of Ed war Thomas in the Nortii Ward. Tn-o wonnen were in tho house at the time and when the man startjd to burst the front door open, one of the women ran through the back door io ber brotiier's house near by The brother nurfted over and held the man up with a gun. while Mr Harding phoned (or, tjb� police. Chief Parry hustled o\'�r nnd ar-reoted th� nwtn, who is now in the lockup and wfll be gU-en his trial by Justice Uumfrfiries tomorrow. It is beticved the prisoner is well known to the police of the weet. the "A NOT AS BAD AS REPORTED. A report was spread about the ciiy the other morning that H. Bibbaid, formerly of the Bank ot Montreal, hftd been killed but lnvcs;tigatl'jn happily proved that there was nothing in the story. Mr. Sibbald howewr, mot with o lively experience. On Monday ha had gone out to tho country with a tea a and a driver from W. D. Whitney's stable. On his way out while the driver was away from the rig, Mr. Sibbald stood up to arrange '.he seat, when tho horses, frtghtenod and ran aw�y. Mr: Sibbald falling over the seat onto the prairie. The team ran to the river and one of the horses was. drowned. The other has not yet been found. Tho rig was de-motlishod. XICHT SCHOOL. The School Hoard contemplates start jng nighf classes; Per.ionH who would liite :to avail themselves of thewfijlasses shooljp'iiotlfy W, A. IIAMIX..TOV, I TPrincipal. At onoe. : STRAYED, Prom five miles east of Cla:resbolm One roan horse about, 700 pounds, white bead and white feet, with a halter on when lost: branded B on right shoulder. One bay ho.rsp afonut 700 pounds, white strip 6ii I^cj: brand B on rtsht hip; had halter on when last seen. Ten dollars re -ward to party recovering these an.v;n> ais. IlorsM last seen gblnf towM-half of the value thereof, petition the Council against tho same within ten days after the last publication of this notice which will be on the 'a9n:1 day of Nov. A.D., lfi>0�, siich work will Ito proeooded with and ihe co��t thereof assessod against the property afTectod as providod by the By-law in that behalf. Datod this 6th day of Novpmb;}r,' .p., 1906, ^ C. B. BOWMAN, SeerstAry-Troosursr, lllOH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. PRICES 75c and 50c. SPECIAI. SCENER CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY. Seats on sale one week in advauQ at J. D.-Higinfbotham's Drug St.ard FERNIE STRIKE SETTLED. TVifuis ot tjhe agreement, s'-mncd I Union and Company are as fiiiowi It is.theceforo agreed between my self and Mr. Undsey, acting for tl{ Crow's Nesi Pass Coal Company: 1. That there shall be no dfscrin Ination by union men against ntt union men or. refusal to. work -.vi( them. 3. That all men who Joined United Mine Workdrs of Ameri< since Sieptemliei;: 11th. 1900. ui fgiwd to d