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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING CO., LTD. W. A. BUCHANAN, Man�j(inf Director. W. JORDAN, Supt. of Job Department. SUBSCRIPTION: , n Advauoe  $1.50 a year O uerwise  $2.00 a year ADVERTISING: Per Month - �1.00 Per Inch AN EXPRESS WAGON. tathhririgc is i\ big enough place to have a wngot.- for express delivery purposes. The express coinpnny should be petitioned to put one on tho streets immediately. It is a nuisance for merchants .1 n 1 others to be compelled to go to I he station for every parcel that com-s to than. Here Is n chnncp for tho Hoard of Trade to make itself useful. SCARCITY OF HOUSES. money, n traffic br.dge In connect -Ion Willi the new C.P.H. bridge. The governments ought to help end the duty of the city is to see that deputations are sent 111 once to Ottnwe. tndntonton anil Winni|ieg to int-r -view the Cabinet Minis!.m-h ihhI tti� CM*.II olllcialx an.I urge upon them I he importance of the matter an 1 bring about immediate action st that, the bridge can lie built befotv the CP.It. structure is full,, start."I A trathe bridge that will cut off the present heavy climbs in ami out of tho city will guarantee to this city tho trade of tho county to the north nr.d west for all time. If we don't get It .1 town will spring i p on the other side of the river that will cut a big chunk of business a-way from us, liecause the farmers detest the drive into the city under present conditions. Our people ought to pet togcth.-r ami make a strong nppeal for aid for a high low! traffic bridge. Vow Is the time to act. Our farmers are enterprising. \\.> know of four near the city who h:i\e applied for the eMcnsion of the 1 phoi.e line to their homes. 11 is up to the government to eo'H-pel the mine owners an� lleves more than ever in the p..we: that goes with his name. A negro has h.vn elected in the legislature of M.nnesota The soii'h will not recognize Mn.nesotn as a state after committing such n terrible sin as that. Met Week saiti Hearst was a force. It is up to that paper to remark now that he is a "busted phenotn." The wish was evidently father to tlie thought when the Toronto (!N�i,. reported that Hon ('has S. Hyuian had resigned. Watch Crunbrook grow! we nui..n '.n Conservative polities- Crunbrook Prospector. Tit's is a very foolish hope The less ptaces grow in any kind of politics the better. What every city, town and hamlet in the west needs and must have before they can prosper is unity and unity will not pre vail it tne ambit ion is to push party ism Polities should le kept out of every institution In evyr.v place. Lethhridge is growing fast, never was its development more mark.*!. In a year's time, the transfonnat -ion will |.e wonderful THE .TRAFFIC BRIDGE. - It is up to the citizens. crntion of >n.r coal mines. Coal was not giv.-n to this conn tr> by tlie Creator for tho purpose of causing rows between nr'n* own ers and their employees. Coal was Intended for use of the people an I if they don't eel it. there'll t.r> iron hie " I^'thbrid^e is See I hat li\. 1 the Council In eh . men are elect ml strung on the streets of Petcrboi'o. a man from the north country thought he struck tho reason for their presence, when he remarked, That's for an overhead sewer." Hilly Short of High Kiver, claims the wind blew so hard at Mnclcod the other night that tho electric lights were blown out. And every -body knows how serious "UU'.y" is in his conversations, h)i seniv� sighs of relief. Md It .1. Stuart is a candidate for Mayor of Calgary. 1 used to know Stuart when he was l.n busl -ness in the little vitiligo of Norwood Ont., and even in those days he was n municipal affairs. He had lots of energy and came to the front rapidly. He left Norwood and entered the Insurance "business anil has forged ahead there too. If Calgnrywants a hustler as Mayor it should chooso Stuart. The winsome chorus and dancing girls who wore here last week with /.inn's Travesty troupe, caught the fancy of a ruinlwr of our young nun After their last performance here tho girls were dined at one of the cafes by tho ga.louts and later escorted to tho depot, the young mer. carrying the girl's suit eases with all the delight of a hotel porter, who has boon given � nice tip. At the depot the cruel stroke came. Tlie actresses gave the noys the nvtv.v ha ha. and boarded the train without even u bow of the head. "Dea,th hurls the ball towards the hatter. "Strike one, the umpire cries. "Again the sphere flies by while the hatter stands unmoved. " 'Strike two' comes the voce through the gloom, "He pulls himself together, frame like Iron. "Ills features are immovable: hall once more speeds toward plate. With one supreme effort he swings the stick and sends the ball to a distant comer of the field, and the dauntless ICvvlug starts upon his test circle of the bases. "One, two three-the, ball Is being apldly returned. ' Will he make it? "It is a close race. He takes the one and only chance, and throws him self headlong on the ground for t)..-last slide. "For a moment nil is confusion. Suddenly tho dust clean* away utid the O reft l Umpire, of the Universe is heard to say: 'Safe at home.' " The new proprietor is already infusing fresh vigor iirto.the Medicine Hut Times. In a month's time Mr. Amcy will make the Times a dis -tinct credit to Medicine lint 4f the initial number under his management is any rriter.on. SPORTING GOSSIP. A man from the country after in specting the drains that are helm; dug in Cardston for the waterworks there, very innocmitly asked if the water was to lie conveyed along wires like the telephone ar.d tele -graph. I hi ve Klton has an opportunity for enlightening his constituency Cincinnati Is still talking ntiout the strange sermon delivered by Hev Don. 14. Tullis, pastor of the Pop ular St. Presbyteriau Church, on the death of the late "lluck" Kwiiu. The address was as follows: "The shades of evening are leginn-ing to fall upon the diamond of lifc, the ganu? Isulmost ended. llivath-less, the crowd tAts waiting the end. "The score .s a tie. Everything is ir. the balance. "This day will decide, not the world's championship, but the groat er struggle of eternity. "One there *is among the war-scar red veterans upon whom all eyes are fastened. "Hehas won many a game before "He has hoard the plaudits of thousands, and received" the applause of millions in his day. "Will he lie able to win this gam "The shallows descend the crowd 8s breathless. "All depends upon h.m. "It is no lime for a single. "He has made them tiefore, and has won many a game by tl*�in "A base on balls will do 110 go k! It is no time for u sacrifice. "There is but one thing wUl count in this closing moment-a home tun "Can he do it? Medicine Hut News: It is learn-.1 on good authority that Medic,ne Hat will have the famoUN "lefty" Sporer. Winnipeg's stur pitcher us the manager of the local club in the Western Canada Ilaseball Iitig'io. Sporer has a great record ti�t a pit- hor and was undoubtedly the test in the Northern league last season. Ily getting nn option on his services the local inar.ngement has stolen a march on nil tho other clubs tin the I*>ngup, Medicine lint News:-"Easter Curd" and "Whistling llufus:' haw been shipped to the San Francisco ra'.-es in charge of Harry Cotton. Jockey Warren Coughlin also went along, and Cap. Johnston will go down to look after the string about tbe\ first ol the year. -o- Calgnry Town Topics: llasaball fans generally throughout tho wthbridge this we>k. Calgary. ICdmonton. Medicine Hat and Iietblrldge are the big four for the present, hut there is no telling to what magnitude the club m\y grow. lr. the selection of their officers the league representatives have �hown remarkdbly good Judgment. Druce L. Ilobinson. of 'this city, who w.ll prart Ically l*> the head of the whole organisation in his combined posit -ions of president, secretary and tree judged from on untried experiment the arrnngiii'ent looks gootl. There Is considerable rivalry betwivn the towns interested and this healthy spirit will no doubt result it. other league being form.il in iflfcrent lines of sport'. The travelling expenses will not be veryhcavy as the circuit is a compact one, The salary limit placed at $1,200 a month, looks large to some. Possibly It Is n lot of money, but in get first-class hall or something near it. good salaries have to l*id I'Mmonton tennis last season vas that if they had only foul %more games, and consequently more gate money, there would not have hi�>n any trouble in supporting a team. Tho Edmonton Hockey Team"started practice Inst Monday night. TO-NU1HT. The celebrated Amsden Musical company will sing the best of all comic operas "The Mascot" and that Jolly roniedlnr. Claud Amsden will lie t4ie "Prince" and as we n'.1 know he is the prince of good id  lows-he can Just do the part of the "Prince" In comic opera lietter than any other opera comedian that ovei come to Canada. He was here wi'h the DoRcian Opera Company several times. Miss Hazel Ikivenport w s also with the lloscians and has sung her way to the heart of all the una- : loving people In our city, ami -�s llw "Mascot" in the opera to-night -1 . is at her l>est-in fact the .'n'"' company can Just make the "inas  cot" ring, for they are a brig'it '. t of btiUiant singers, and we louk wartl to a fine entertainment !adics Hats worth $7.00 soiling lor $5.50. Indies hats worth $5.00 selling for $1 00. Newest bonnets for newest tabbs. Wo have the bonnets, bring along tho youngsters. Boys' Clothing Wo are at homo in the clothing trade. Wo have something good for tho hoys: Coys two piece su.ts, good varm twoed $2..10 and $U.00. Hoys three piece suits, good, warm, tweed $4.50. $5.00 ard $0.00. Youth's three-piece long pants $5.00 $000 and $7-50. / WE INVITE COMPARISON'. Men's Coon Coats Nothing but the best. Prices $.".�� ��� Jftn.no and $70.00. .Men's Wombat Coats $24.00. Men's Wallaby coats $25 aud $.10.00 Men's beaver cloth coats w.th Rus -sian Rat lining $ and $75. Ladies' Fur Lined Coats Colors, fawn, blue and black. It.is -sian rat lining, sublo collar. Finest goods ever shown il"j this country. Prices $(l�. to $H5 00. Ladies' Black Astrachan Coats Dozens to pick from. Prices $25.00. S'H> 00, 940.00 and $45.00. Ladies' Black Per- sian Lamb Coats With Mink collar oad reviers. Kus -sian blouse style and silk belt $175.00 and $200.00. FURS! FURS! We have always done a nice fur trade, this season we have to do a bigger fur trade or "go broke." Our regulur mar.aif act urer sold us all he felt It was safe to sell us. nut. our head was kwelled and we liought from two other manufacturers- Nut Ural result, "We have three tiin-s too many"-hut they go like hct cakes nt pr.ces like these: ljidles brown fur stole �0 inches long- Price $4.50. Ladies brown fur stole, 04 inches long. Price $7.00. Ladies caperinc, Astrachan, with 4 sable tails $10.00 Ladies capcrino, electrio seal. As  traohan trimming at $12.50 and $15.00. \ Ladies raperino, electric nr.d French seal, with sable trim $20.00, $25.00 and $30.00. Clearing Prices in Ladies' Short Coats We havo about three dozen loft. Colors blue, black and fawn. They are cheap at our regular price hut wo mean to get them out and vill sell goods worth $12.00 'for $8.50. Coats worth $10.00 for $7.00. Coats worth $7.50 for $5.00. Children's Long or Short Coats Worth $7.50 soiling for $5.00. Worth $5.00. selling for $4.00. A few odd lines, clearing at $2.00 to SU.50. Worth double Ladies' Three-Quarter Coats We have heard nothing but compliments on our stock in this line. Wo have 4he correct color, we have tho correct cut. Our prices ni\> the best to be had and range from $8.00 to $25.00. House Furnishings Tapestry squares Imported direct and we haw them in all tho-new designs. Prices $10, $12.50. $15 . and $18.00. Velvet squares $25, $30 and $.'15 WILTON 8QUAIIES. In our experience as dry goods men these are tho fhwrt. wo have over handled. nut not too good, wo think for Lethhridge. Prices $35 00, $50,00 and fBO.oo. -we: invite inspection Our Prices are Low. �. J. HILL r> CO. Our Terms are Liberal. ;