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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta t, '.'.'-''kil Can Shfow in all clcpartmonts of the store. Stocks are heavy. So wo are satlsned with small margins of profH� in order to turn it into money quickly. Come along and share the good things. \ $2.50 Waists $1.90 A big assortnioiit of 350 waists in Plaids, Stripes, Spots and Floral De igns in Lustre or Wool Blaterials. Regular 2.50 for �1.90. 54 in. Dress Gi 75c Heavy Suitings of AM-Wool Tweed i Mixtures, Imported Goods Dark Shades.' New and Foshionable. Regular $1.00 for 75c. $5 Tweed Sidrts, $3.50 Splendid Range of Tweed Dress Skirts in Medium and Dark Shades, Checks, Stripes and Mixtures. All Sizes and very special at �ach $3.50 Quilts and Blankets Grey Blankets at �2.75, $3.35, and i8.75. White Wool Blankets at $3.50, $4.-50, $5.50 and $6.00. Cotton Pilled Quilts, at each $2.00 $3,00 and $4.00. Excellent Values. Remember we give Ck>iipons with Cash Purchases I Christmas Stock coming to hand daily. This I week its NEW NECKWEAR and BELTS, CORSETS, GLOVES and RIBBONS. A. Macdonald Co. Rev. W. Reid was in Calgary on "Tuwday. '-'^ibcit .Tas. Weir, ol the Strathcona Chron li'.le wks in the city last w^eek., C. Ross Tate spent Sunday at bis hpmeln Cranbrools, B.C. Miss Flossie Kingston, daughter of E. W. Kingston, is ill with typhoid fever O. R. Sharp of the Bank of Mon' trcal. Medicine Hut, s|ient Sunday in the city, Mrs. .1. F. O'Neil, wife of Major O'Neil, Sarnia, Ont., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Wright, of this city. J. Maddock, Ijoilcr maker, has beca transferred to Lethliridge arid isw suc-coodeil by 'lames Dougall.-Cranbrook Herald. Usual church services will be hold in the Baptist Tabernacle on S�unday In the morning the ptt.>*tor will deliver his second sermon on the twenty-third Psalm. In the evening Mr. McQuarrie will sing. E. Y. Drake, formerly car forumun here has been promoted to Travel', njf Car Foreman for the district, fti.n Lethbridge to Elko, with headquarters at Macleod. He left for the latter point with bis family on Mcnday night,.-Femie Froe Press. The Taber Board of. Trade have endorsed the action of the Lethbridge Board of Trade in refcnence to petitioning the Government to extend their telephye lino from Tabc 1 Macleod. Tney ask for a letter bo�. at the station also. R. Sage is preparing for Christmas trqde by fitting up the second storey of his store as a Santa Claus depant-ment. Miss Ina Sage is e.vfKjclad back from her holiday in a short time and the stafT has been further increased by the eiifploymcnl of. Miss Isabel Dalrymple': The Epworth League of Wesley Chnrch have engaged Williams' Dixie Singers to give a concert in Wesley Ciiurch on the evening of No". 30. This.troupe haa apipearod in Calgary three times to ever increasing audien cos and is withoirt douirt the best troup of Dixie singers travelling to day. A. E. Humphries received the other day a fetter from ,his brother iii New York State saying that he expected to make a trip out through the west in a short time. The tetter also stat ed that several yoiing men vere anticipating a trip out to see the coim-try that our J. P. talked about when A fresh stock of Colgate's Soaps, Perfumes loHet nwden, etc Jast arrived. J.J.JOHNSTON Draggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. I Bevi J. M. Harrison went to Ora-n\tm yesterday retuminK this afier-aooB. Jamea Stewart haa returned to tha �ity from Cowley where he was on surveying party. Misa Winnifrod HiU'a d|aBcing claaa is giving a Class Amembly on Mou-4jay evening liext. Miss F. Prouse, of Reliance was in 'the city viaiting her aister, Misa Edith Prouse, over Sunday. , / .�Mrs. Birchard-Palmer returned to her school near Claresholm on Monday after attending the convention. J. M. Banks & Co. ha^'c openisd up a general store in the Whitney block. Already largo shipments of goods ' have b6on |)encd up and more are arriving daily. ^ H. Pilling hag itrturne*! from his automobile trip in the Pacific states. He went onl.v as far as Portland as Mr. .fenkins shipptjd his car from that point. Martin Hendricks, C. P. R. yard .switchman, received- a severe aqUaezc Ivetwoon a cnr and cotil lender on Moncla,y aftonioon. lie will bo around again in n few days, as, fortunately, no bones wei-c broken. Miss Munns was made the rociplont of a gold pin from the Ladies Aid of Wesley Cliurcli at their meeting on Monday. The ladies took this way of expressing their appreciation of Miss Munns' great assis'loince in their work while she lias tioen in Loth-bridge. Tiierc was a big robbery in Wisconsin a'Tow weeks ago when a quantity of Milwaukee National Bank bills wore stolen. If you come across ikny of these ten dollar bills take) them to the Dominion Express oflice for fur-thefi particulars. There is a penalty aUached for (lassing certain nunit>ers of these bills. There was a good crowd out to hear Miss Dickenson anil Miss Badge-1y at th�-''concert giveii in Knox church on Tuesday evening. "^-SUw Dickerson pleMeil her hearers with her singing, her-.:Operalic aoleotiohs "being particularly Wll received. Miaa Dadgely'i strong point if a nader it vary eylileiitly io cbil4 iK^nyal. ta Wbleii ilM eioeto. Lothbridge, Alta., Nov. 1, 1907. Tp Our Customers,- On and after December 1st next we have docfried to adopt the CASH SYSTEM in our business. You have probably noticed the advance on nearly, all classes of goods. Of course, this has affected us to a considerable extent. Again, the man ufaotuners and wholesalers, in addition to advancing their prices have shortened their terms. These changes iueant that we either had to advance our prices or do bus-inesa on a CASH BASIS. We decided tbaii It would be in the Inter-eats of our euatomers to do the lat-^Oer, as this change will.make it pos-I dibltf to' give you ttm, BEST PRICES obtainable. ' We trust that our action will meet with your approval and that yod will continue to favor us with your patronage �i^ich we have appreciated in tbo' past. Ghriitmas Cards and Calendars Our Stock of CARDS range from 5c np to the more expensive boxed Caids. while our CALCNDAKS are all works of art, as they are all pictures suitable for framing.^ Call and inspect our stock as it is time you were sending them to your friends abroad. Roberti^n's Book Store New Wliitiiey Block Phone 251 latdoor west of Union Bank O. S; Post of Row Island was In .jtli^^city on Tu^rfay. /j P. Caruthcrs, of Grassy Lake was in ,the city on Wednesday. ,  Jas. Short, barrister, of Calgary, �was in Lethbridge on Wednesday. Mrs. A. J. Whitney will receive on the fourth Friday of each nidnth. ,1. Olquist, the owner of the Bo.v Island townsilo wais in the city on Tuesday. Liberals are reminded of the meeting tomorrow evening in the K. of P. Hall. Rev. .1. M. Harrison's evening sub. jcct on Sunday is "The Problem of Sin." The Misses Hardie Returned on Saturday night from a visit to Medicine Hat. The bachelors of Lethbridge are giv ing a ball in the Bijou Hall on Friday evening. The Oalt Ho.spital Ladies Aid will give the second of their series of dances in the Bijou Hall on Tuesday evening. S. A. B. Crabb took the Wednesday morning local for Oranum to be pre-fxnA at a ceremony in which be is much interested. Mrs. E. Munns who has been visiting Mrs. A. Southard for several weeks past returned home to Calgary on Monday'night. Frank McKeown, son of H. H. -.fc-, Keown, lias removed to the city vith his wife and family to take up his residence here. J. W. McNicol, Letthbridge, is in the city in ^connection with the lumber combine trial, a guest at the Al-Ijcrta.-Edmonton Bulletin. A. Hobkirk, trainmaster, and clerk H. W. Ireland, have been transferred to have headquarters at Lethbridge. -Medicine Hat Times. Blair Ripley came back to the city from a trip to the Old Man's River, north of Kipp where he has been making estimates for bridge work on the new C. P. R. line. A. H. McKeown who is associated with' F. Hick in the purchase of the Brodie & Stafford Hardware business went to Calgary on Monday, returning today. A. Ronnoy, Lethbridge^ and J. Grundy, Leduc, are in the city to attend the alleged lumber combine trial and arc guests at the Windsor.-Ekl-uionton Bulletin. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D.C.L., barrister, Lethbridge; Vice President 1W A M- SEETHEOUT5lDr,BUT 7W� GOAIFORT Hr (Jits'CdMES FM| WHAT IS NEXT HLHIM: Wo ate yours, very truly. J. D. HipiKBOTHAM 4 CO., LIMITED. \ Merchantile. Wholesale and Con-traot Accounts trill be conduotsd on a 30 dmy basis. Ov-en Delay went to Calgary on Tuesday. Mrs. Brummell, of Cardston, was in the city on Tuesday. W. H. Mclntyre, of the Mclntyre ranch near Magrath, .was in the city yesterday.  George Trout, millwright, should call at tne post ofHce for valuable information. ,J. Hulstettd, O.I'.U. a.ssistant g^m-eral fiNsight agent, of Calgary, was in tlic city yestorduy. Two cars of settlers' effects from Cumbria, Wis., camo in yestorclay to �Ik' transferred to Magrath. C. r. R. engine 1143 slipped on a frog in the'yard on SIonda.v and went n.>s (Throe Uiv-ers). Quo., havo beo'u given a free Ict-tcr-oaiTJor s.yslom rocontl.v. Ciive street and number wlion writing to these places. A pleasant event took place at the home of Miss Lottie Dickson, .Tohn street liist evening, when Lcta Smith, daughter of .T. W. Smith, M. C..R. conductor. No. 194, Centre street, was tendered a novelty show, or, by a numl>er of hor friends. The evening was sjjcnt in a most enjoyable way, and those present all joined in wishing^ Miss Smith, wlio is a well known and popular young lady, Iirosperity and happiness in her now home. Miss Smith in company with her parents, leaivos on Thursday for Clare.sholm, Albertit, whore she will be married to Kenneth Ferguson, son of D. Ferguson, of the St. Thomas Customs Department, and a former well-known resident of this city.-St. Thomas Times, Mr. Ferguson was for some time on the ofAce' staff of the EMerprise Lumber Co. at lath-brldgs. down there a few weeks ago. Grain is moving quickly from Lcth bridge, the car "supply being somewhat better than it has been. The Columbia Elevator Co. are shipping two or throe cars a day. The movement over tho A. H. & I. Co. lines is rather heavier than it has been. Mrs. L. E.-- Ingram, iConvecer of 'he entertainment coQimittee of the Calgary Council of the Canadian Order of ChoEijn Friends, who is in the city assisting Organizer Barnes of that Order, will be present as Matron of Honor at tho Rose Assembly to be held in the K. of P. HdJi on Monday evening next. The large number present at the Epworth League meeting on Monday �evening wei-e delighted wUh the intensely interesting and renlistic description given by Mr. Peat of his trip through Egypt, Arabia, and Pal estine. Mr. Peat depicted scenes in the Holy Land with such vividness that his hearers were easily there with him. ?j At the Knox Church Guild meeting on Monday evening Rev. A. M. Gordon gave an address on student life in Germany that waS' very interesting. T. S. McKenzie read one of Orummond's Habitant selections and as an encore another of his own com position. Mr. McKenzie sang a song of his own writing, which was' also received with great aiiplauso. The programme lor next Monday is in charge ol the Missionary- Committee. "As good as many I've heard in Mas^y Hall, Toronto," was one man's opinion of the concert given in Wesley Church last Friday evening before a good audience. J^rs. Van-Spankeren, in her readings, proved to l>e a real artist. Miss Hutt's solos wernj well recuivccl. Mr. F. A. Maxwell with hi�i rich tenor delighl-iHl his heawrs, while Mr. Fleming's nppearunco in Lethbridge has mndo him a favorite, his rendering of 'J"he I..ine organ arui as nccompanist showed his UK\ial skill. In his annual aililress D. L. Dar-rocli, rt'tiring- presUlunt of the Ontario Hockey .\s.sociiiiion, now a resident of Calgary, tlw strongest amateur sporting organization in Canada, inadc the following reference to two wos-torn gontlwinon well known in Lethbridge:-I mas- hero add that while this distance' dws scpara>tc us I do not feel a stranger here for ytast officers of the O. H. A. are in the front rank of citizonship in this province. I refer to M. S. McCarthy, M. P., for the Calgary riding, who was a memlJer of your executive in 1893 and who represents this constit tiency in the House of Commons with credit to himself and tho party nrd is one of the most useful mambors i.i the west from the Greait Lakes the Pacific Ocean; and W. A. BuMiriit.n, your secretary of 1002, who  ' .iVV taking a leading position in this vince as a Journalist and Will V,-less bring to tiear the same .in-..''i!!try and energy in his calling hire t'ntj isharacterixed his work herai in the O. H. A. and cbmmended him to you. British Canada Trust A Guarantee Co., Limited; solicitor for the City of Lethbridge, is named as one of the provisional directors of the Bank of Winnipeg. Some, say prosperity is infectious. Some say it is contagious, but the Herald believes that It is catching for almost next door to us the firm of Easton & Hyde was too busy deal ing with hay and oats to.prepare more than a three inch advertiseinent though, their business would warrant a half page display. The Cranbrook Herald says: C. J. Eckfitorm, proprietor of the Dallas Hotel, of Lethbridge, was in the city last Sunday for the purposa of looking over the new opera house, as he is at the head of a syndicate that proposes to build one like it in his home city. Mr. Ecketorm^ was formerly a resident of this district, having first located in Wardner, but is now a prosperous hotel keeper in Lethbridge and a man of public spirit who is willing to spend his money for the advancement of the town in which he has cast his lot. There are no better men in the west thsn Mr. Eckstorm. He is aU-ays willing with his means and hio time to do all in his power to help along the conunun, ity in which he li\�s, and it the west had more men of his stamp it would bo far better off. To tHe Riteiiiqiers of tbe City of lethbridge, Having been asked to allow myself to lie nominated for tlic ofljco of Ma.vor tor the CiLy of LothbriilgO' for li)08, I have ciinsontuil to do so. In soliciting your voles and influence, I assure you, that if elected, I will do my utmost to promote the welfare of tho city anil to have its affairs conducted on a ijusines-s-likc, and economical manner, and will endeavor in all things to give everyone a square deal. Yours faithfully. CB. CAN ANYTHING StKVZ TO MAKE HAVE A BETTER ORINION OF YOURJELr;^ THAN WEARINd (iOOD^MOOTH VIIDER-WEAR. TRUE, YOU CAN HIDE YOUR unDERWEAR FROM EVERYBODY 5ut YoUR| mr, 5ut DID YOU EVER THINK THa| YOU ARE MORE WITH YOURmr THAi|f YOU ARE WITH ANY OTHER MAN^ ANil DON'T YOU LIKE TO KEEP THE COMPANY^ or A WELL DREJJED MAN? WE CAN -5upply YOU WITH ALL KIND^ OF UnS DERWEAR, S\IK, COTTON, WooL OR CAJHMERE AND IN DIFFERENT COLoRii. WE HAVE WOL^EY, ^TAN^FIELD, PEN-MAN'^ AND WAT^ON'i;, AND A SPECIAL LINEOF MEN'J ALL WOOL HEAVY WEIGHT WHICH WE ARE CLEARING AT IV.75 'per .-suit,:.': . we r,ecbmmendour english all wool blue color at $3.00 per -5uit, as exceptionally good value which cannot 5e matched in the city. re:spectfulCy, The Mbi ConpHqF, ltd. WHOLtSALE AND RBTAL 1^ il Only Two More Days at JOIMIDII eUEM Hlf Icrt ire  tf tkc Maqr Itrgaiit lil art tfllrtol t- W� are clearing the well-known O.B.O. line of ConeU, and mm offering the La Bonita at 80o>-a Tety pretty Fueneh model. Another ia the Hiawatha at 89o. We are gore that thia Conet will give you the beat of aatialaction. Alaaka Down Oomtotera. in 2 weighta, to clearat'll.90 A 12.86 Special 5 o'clock Tea Covert at eadb.................... ;86e Men's Shirts in all sizes and qnalities at from...... .... .89o Children's Hose-We hare 2 lines marked at a pair, lOo and 25e TORTOISE SHELL CRUB8-A set of four pieoeg; seUing regularly at 60c, sale price.........;.................... 3Qo Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at.. ^.. .v;^.; .vlOo Ladles'Coats have been reduced from 20 to 50 per cent G. H. Johnston T CA-VAUIAN ORDER OF CHOSION FRIENDS All momhers of 'the above order are requested to call at Room 12, Coal-dale Hotel, and consult the Organizer, Mr, S. D. Barnes, who will be hero until Dec. 1st. Any oiiu desirous of becoming a member of the order is requested to meet him tlwro-. FOR SALE NEW EMl'IRE TYPEWRITER FOR SALE Never been used. Flrat claw machine. Will be Bold at a anap for flulck sate. Apply P. O. Box 135. Two paid up shares in tho Lethbridge Woollen Mills Co. �100 par value for 50c. on the dollar. Ai>i)ly C. S. Borup U�thbridge. dia ______.--( WANTED Photoflrapho niWinlMi HitcheHt rlaw ot Work Guaranteed Studio - Near A.R andl. PieightOffice North of Hudaon'a Bay Store Babomess Boad Lethbbidob Two experienced sales ladies for tho dry goods department. Apply to Manager of the Hudson's Bay Oo.'a stores. "'^ minaho'b cou>a, *c. uNiMBKT cvmm m snd OJITi Bought and Sold in Wholesale and . . . Betail . Qoantities Pboouce Dblivebed Looallt c Prices by Carload may be had on Application Terms . Strictly Cask Easton A BOUND STREET Kestdtior lo VnlMpvii^ ;