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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 oat ont well aESorted stock of Lndies' Hats at once we have decided to put the price at jast one half. These are all this �aason's hats and are the very latest in style and shape. They woiji't last long so com* early and get first choice. Half price. Handsome Fur-lined Coa^s - $70.00 A lovely collection-eoTering of excellent quality shell cloth, in oolors, navy, green, and black, full back style, lined throughout with best quality rat lining, large collar and revets of Columbia sable-Worth $80.00, Special $70.00 Warm Comforters-give-away prices splendid quality cotton-filled comforters, covered with gocd qjiality art sateen. Full size. Worth S2.25, special $1 85. Flanelette Blankets. Special for ^aturday only, $1.15 pair Full 11.4 size, in white and Rrey. Rpgular $1.25 pair. Special $1.15 Money Saving Values in the Carpet Department. All Wool Carpet, 75c. per yard A wide range of ent yesterday in Riiyniond. 0. Kiniburgh, the Calgary piano dealer is in the city today. A. J. McLean was in the city yesterday on his way to Calgary. D. Pelleticr, janitor at the government building has brought action against Thos. liornicr tor assault. It is alleged that the accused pounded Pellotier's head with a rock. Jamos Hingley, an Englishman who has recently completed a term of three months in the barracks for abducting a young girl from Pincher Creek, is in the toils again for taking possession of a shack belonging to and occupied by Chas. Kdwards. The case comes up tonight. LcttoTs of administration to the estate of the late William Stafford have been granted to his widow Jane Stafford. The value of the estate is placed at $5,710, consisting of real estate and 12,000 life insurance in the Confederation Life Association. John WalBon, a young .\mcrican, who would be wild and woolly, if he could, proceeded to throw beer mugs and glasses around the Arlington hotel and whan forcibly remonstrated with, took out a flerco looking six-shooter and proceeded to clean out the place. He was quickly put out of business however, A friend in North Ward went his bail but Johnny hiketl away. The O. W. Kerr Co. have a company of land seekers in tho city today. a. Tj. f-'o.s'tor's elevator at llale.y has been completed and is i-eceiving grain. Mi.ss .Tean"Duncan who has been attenJiing the McDonald Ins'tituto at Guelph, will spend the wintet in Cuba. Louisa Munro, a denizen of the ri-ver-bo;Ltom,/ is being prosecuted by her coccs':, and hero is the place to bo sure of getting the very highest, grade of them at fair cost. Wtf take particular pains to examine cnfrefuUy tho eyes of our cu.stomers, as to suro of supplying the correct lensos to suit tho individual sight. Wo have been eminently successful in doing this in tho past, and have built up a reputation for very careful and accurate work, W J. Armstrong JEWELEB ElfhRAVtR OP-fTCT > Agent for BELL PIANOS There will tie an abundant supply of water for tha city now. Last night the pipe lino laid out to the river was complctod so that now the pumi)s are raising 740 gallons a minute which is within ten gallons of their capacity, thus assuring an abundant, supply of water. The electric light service' will also iniprpve^ as tho shortage of water maiilo it impossible for the Electric Company to keep full powor on all the t^ime. Sent up for Trial. A Blood Indian by tho nanui of Slap Faoo has been committed Vor trial at the ne.vt ensuing sittings vCl �tho .Supnnme Court ftn a. charge of stealing-n horse from ancther Indian named Eagle Si>uak, latst October. Attempted Wreek A dastardly attempt was made one day laist wwak to wreck a traction engine owned by A. L. Foster of this city, and used in ploughing on his farm .lust south of Coaldale. The miscreants had filled the fire box full of coal and had poured tho contents of a two-gallon can of oil over it witii the intention of blowing up the boiler. The attempt would have proved successful, but'fortunntely tho water tank was full at the time. The matter has been plaoed in the handa of the n. N. W. M. P. The Loeal Market. Wheat is away down today, the elevator prices being:- No. 1 Northern........................ 78 No. a Northern ........................... 75 No. 3 >^>rthern ........................... 68 No. 4 Northern ........................... 65 Mlsjrta Ked the same as Northern No 1 White Winter.............. 75 No. 2 White Winter ................... 73 No. 3 White Winter ..................... 05 No. 4 White Winter ..................... 53 No. I Rejected No. 1 Northern No. 1 Rejected No. 3 Northern No. I Rejected No. No. 1 Rejected No. Oats, i>er ton ........... Hay, irrigated, Ioosa Hay, irrigated, Imled 60 57 3 Northern ... 50 4 Northern ... 37 .......... i26-28. ...... �13 �16-17. A married man says that it isn't the jaws of death that worry him but the jaws of lifo.  Hoy. prairie, loose............ $12-14. The prices of grain on tho track are correspondingly higher. On C. &. K. lino hay i� plentiful but around Lethbridge it is scarce, having all been bought up. Around Pificher Creek all the good hay has been bought up by contractors wh6 have taken os much as 2,500 tons oach at a price as high as tl8.50 a Ion. When it conies to taking a long breath the giraffe has the rest of tho mcnugcrie beaten. "CASXILIAN BOOTS'* TIB trend of bahion in womaa'a hoes i� best expressed bf our new "Queen Quality" CutilUn Boots. The foreparts and vsmps ore �hortcr; the shanks more arched-the heela higher. On the foot this gives the feet of a smaller size. Women eveiy* where admire these pretty styles: They are now "sU the rsge." Ths genuine are to be had only at this store. In Kid. 13.50; Patents. .$4.00: other "Queen QuaUty" styles $3.00. FREOGOW&GO. Be Mead of the Crowd Ton will be able to look around better. We will be able to give you more time, and selectiouB will be practically untouched. Yes", it's a great deal better to do your Holiday Buying just aa soon over you can. Any" articles that you choose .-now wHl b^ laid aside for you until the eventful moment. Then you will have nothing to do bnt ^ call and tiet them. Or if you wish we will be glad to leave them at your house. R. M. WRIGHT Lethbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store - Phones 165 find 16& Eye Specialist in charge of Optical DepHrtment ;