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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta The beautiful fall weather, enjoyable to most of us, but not the best weather for trade, has left us with a large amount of stock. Only seven weeks until Xmas, so we have decided to clear it out at sacrifice bargains. Those who got such bargains last fall will know this no fake. Ladies' Dress and Ready-to-Wear Hats at half price. In order to clear ont out well Assorted stock of Ladies' Hats at once we have decided to put the price nt just one halt. These are all this season's hats and are the very latest in style and shape. They wou't lost long so com* early and get first choice. Half price. Handsome Fur-lined Coats - $70.00 A lovely collection-covering of excellent quality shell cloth, in colors, navy, green, and blaok, full back style, lined throughout with best quality rat lining, large collar and rovers of Columbia sable-Worth $80.00, Special $70.00 Warm Comforters-give-away prices Splendid quality cotton-611ed comforters, covered with gocd quality art sateen. Full size. Worth S2.25, special $1 85. Flanelette Blankets. Special for Saturday only, $1.15 pair Full 11-4 size, in white and grey. Regular $1.25 pair. Special $1.15 Money Saving Values in the Carpet Department. All Wool Carpet, 75c. per yard A wide range of all wool Carpet., in handsome designs and colorings. Worth $1.1*0 per yard, speciul 75c. Brussels Carpet, $1.25 per yard 0 pieces best quality Brussels carpet, in a large variety of patterns and colorings, 27in. wide Worth $1,150 yd. Special $1.25 Tapestry Squares from $9.5Q up A spl'-mlid showing of English tapestry squares, bought direct from the mills, handsome iloral designs, sizes 3x3, 3x3$ ami 3x4. Special value from $0.50 Wilton and Velvet Squares from $18 The biggest showing of velvet and Wilton squares ever shown in Lethbridge. The designs and colorings are handsome. The quality the best. All sizes, special values from $18.00 Special Sale of Men's Suits, $11.50 Made of imported tweeds and worsteds, in brown checks, stripes, overplaids. and mixtures, double and single breasted, and smartly tailored suits worth up to $15.00. Special for one week,$11.50 Shoes The famous American ladies1 Sil-kid Shoes, perfect in fit, the very lotest in style. This shoe is a treat on the foot, you cannot begin to fin'its equal. Patent leather and vici kid, and our price is only $5.50 Still Another Come and see our box calf special. Reg. $3.00. ALL 3JEXT WEEK FOR $1.. I'etlolter. janitor nt the govern-iiH'ftt building has brought notion ug-ainst Thos. Homier for assault. It is alleged that the accused pounded I'elletior's head with n rock. Jnni-jH Hingley, an Englishman who has recently completed a term of three months in the barracks for abducting a young girl from I'incher Creek, is in the toils again for taking possession of a shack belonging to and occupied by Chns. Kdwards. The cuse comes up 'tonight. LetUe wild and woolly, if he could, proceeded ito throw beer mugs and glasses around the Arlington hotel and when forcibly remonstrated with, took out a fierce looking six-shooter and proceeded to clean out the place. 11a was quickly put out of business however, A friend in North Ward went his bail but Johnny hiked away. The O. W. Kerr Co. have a company of land se.'kers in the city to-dn\ . A. I.. Kos-ti'r's elevator at ltnlev lias been completed and is receiving grain. Mi.ss Jean Duncan who has been attending the McDonald Institute nt (iuelph, will spend th �|t. Condell has been hero several weeks waiting to gut a residence but 'seeing no prospect of securing a suitable place has decided to go farther w'ost. II. S. Young of Huyinond mot with a serious accident last week. Ho was returning to lUiymond from War ncr when the buggy slid down into a coulee and threw him over the dashboard. His foot was broken, ankle dislocate! and threw ribs fractured. Henderson May Run Jus. Ashcroft nnd others iwe desirous that William Henderson, the defeated muyoriilty candidal,' lust year, should run ug:un this year. Mr. Hen icrson suys he will not do so unless a petition to do so signed by at least winter in Cu- iulv hundred and fifty mimes is presented 'to him. It was reported thut C. 11. Bowman would retire should Mr. Henderson decide to run. Such is not the case. howeverT as Mr. Bowman considers himself first in the field, except of course, the present mayor, who is always considered a candidate i for a second term unless ho definitely says he is not, which Mayor Oal-ibrnith has not done, j With three men in the field, it is anybody's game, with the odds in favor of the, best campaigner. Attempted Wreck Brought Grain from Nanton. | VestvTday five farmers from Nan ton ! brought ns many loads of wheat to I^ethbridgv. The grain was frosted [slightly and did not rank very high. The elovutors nt Nanton hart no , room for It whsn they took it to 'them. The elevator hero had no I room for any but high grade wheat and honco were unuhlo to buy it. Kin-ally nfler hauling the grain all the way from N ant on. they sold it to  local wholesaler for forty-five cents a bushel. A dastardly nttempt was made one day last wwok to wreck a traction engine owned by A. L. Foster of this city, and used in ploughing on his farm just south of Coaldale. The miscreants hail tilled the fire box full of coal and had poured the contents of a two-gallon can of oil over it with the intention of blowing up the boiler. The attempt would have proved successful, bui'fortunntoly tho water tunk was full at the time. Thn matter has been placed in the hands) of the H. X. W. M. V. Lots of Water now. The Loeal Market. " CASTJL!AN BOOTS" THE trend of fashion in women'* �hoea is best expressed bjr our new "Queen Quality" CxsillUn Boots. The foreparts and vamps are shorter; the shanks more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of a smaller size. Women everywhere admire these pretty styles, They are now "all the rage." The genuine are to be had only at this store. In Kid, $3.50; Patents, $4.00: other "Queen Quality" styles $3.00. FRED GOW & GO. Wheat is away down today, the el ovnitor prices being:- No. 1 Northern........................ 78 No. 2 Northern.......................... 75 No. 8 Northern ........................... 08 There will bo an abundant supply] No. 4 Northern ........................... C5 of water for the city now. Last | Mlwrta I ted the same as Northern night the pipe lint- luid out to the j No 1 White Winter ................ 75 ri\er was completed so that now the! No. 2 White Winter .................. 73 0AKD OF THANKS t/lr, and Mrs. W. II. Morris desire til .express their thanks to the many frifutds who showed their sympathy and kindness during their rccont bereavement in tho sudden death of their little boy, and to assure their friendH of their deep appreciation of the kindness shown. Those Iirk Ipecia iciurc we ijts mean that it is time you had another kind of "S|xscs':, and here is tho place to bo sure of getting tho very highest grade of thorn at fuir cost. \W tako particular pains to examine carefully the eyes of our customers, as to bo sure of supplying the correct lunsus to suit the individual sight. We havo been eminently successful in doing this in tho past, and haivo built up a reputation for very careful and accuraU) work. W J. Armstrong JEWELER E^iRAVUH OP'mci n-Agentfor BFLL PIANOS pumps aro raising 740 gallons a minute which is within ten gallonn of their capucity, thus assuring an abundant supply of waler. The electric light sorvioc will also Improve ns tho shortage of water made it impossible for tho Electric Company to keep full powor on all the time. Sent up for Trial. A Blood Indian by tho name of Slup l-'aoo has ljeen committed Nfor trial at the next ensuing sittings of" tho Supreme Court on ft charge of stealing n horsy from another Indian named Kuglu Spcuk, last Octol.or. No. 3 White Winter ..................... OS No. 4 White Winter ..................... 52 No. 1 llejectod No. 1 Northern ... 00 No. 1 Rejected Xo. 2 Northern ... 57 No. I Hejecteil No. H Northern ... 50 No. 1 Itejected No. 4 Northern ... 87 Oats. |Kir ton .................. $20-28. Hay, irrigutod, loose ............ $13 liny, irrigated, balod ...... $1<\-17. liny, prairie, loose ............ $12-14. The prices of grain on the track are correspondingly higher. On C. & 10. line hay is plentiful but around Lethbridge it is scarce, huvin.fr all Inn bought up. Around I'incher Creek all the good hay has been bought up by contractors who have taken us much as 2,.WO tons each nt a price as high as $18.50 a Ion. Be Ahead of the Crowd A married man says that tho jaws of death that worry the jaws of lifa.  it isn't hiin but When it comes to taking a long breath the giraffe has the rest of tho menHgerio beaten. You will be able to look around better. We will be able to give you more time, and Btilectious will be practically untouched-Yes, it'i a great deal better to do your Holiday Buying just as rood rs ever you can. Any articles that you choose,now will be laid aside for you until the eventful moment. Then you will htive uothing to do but call ami yet them. Or if you wish we will be glad to leave them at your house. R. K. WRIGHT Lethbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store - Phones 165 and 106 Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Depnrtment ;