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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta > 1 v. We Can Shiow Money Saving Values In all dopnilnients of the store. Stocks arc heavy. So wo are satisfied with small margins of profits In order to turn It Into money quickly. Come along and share the good things. $2.50 Waists $1.90 ' A hlg assortment of 350 waists In IMalcls. Stripes, Spots and Floral De signs In Lustre or Wool Materials. Regular 93.50 for $1.90. 54 in. Dress Goods 75c. Heavy Suitings of All-Wool Tweed Mixture*, Imported Ootids l>ark Shades.' New and Fashionable. Regular fl.OO for 75c. $5 Tweed Skirts, $3.50 Splendid Itange of Tweed Dress Skirts In Medium and Dark Shades, Checks, Stripes and Mixtures. All Sices and very tqieclal at each 93.50 Quilts and Blankets On-y lllankcts at 93.75, $3.25, and $!!.". While Wool IlUnkcts at $a.S0, $4.-50. 95.50 and $(1.00. Cotton Killed Quills, at each 93.00 9:1,00 and 9-1.00. Excellent Values. Remember we give Coupons with Cash Purchases Christmas Stock coming to hand daily. This week its NEW NECKWEAR and BELTS, CORSETS, GLOVES and RIBBONS. I A. Macdonald (& Co. Hev. W. ltcid was In Calgary on futaday. '''}'( h>H Jns. Weir, of the Stralhcona Chron lele was In the city last week. C. Hoss fate spent Sunday at his homo In Cranbrouk, 11.0. Miss Flossie Kingston, daughter of K. W. Kingston, Is 111 with typhoid fever. O. It. Sharp of the tlank of Mom trcal, Medicine Hut, si>ent Sunday in the city, Mrs. .1. F. O'Noll, wife of Major O'Null, Sutnln, Ont., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. It. A. Wright, of this city. ,1. Mad dock, boiler maker, has been transferred to licthbrldgc arid l� succeeded by Junius Dougall.-Cranhrjok Herald. Usual church services will lw held In the flautist Tabernacle on Sunday In the morning the pnvtor will deliver his second sermon on the twenty-third I'salm. In the evening Mr. McQunrric will sing. K. Y. Drake, formerly car foreman here has been promoted to Travel', nit Car Foreman for the district, fn.n Lethbridge to Elko, with heudquai-tcrs at Maclcod. He left for the latter point with his family on Monday night.--Fcralc Free Press. The Tabor Hoard of Trndo hmo endorsed the action of the Lclhtiridge Hoard of Trade In reference to petitioning the Government to extend their tclcphOJie lino from Taiw to Maclcod. TpaW ask for a letter lio". at the station also. It. Sage is preparing for t'hrlstmns l>.v lilting up the second storey of his store as a Santa Clans tlennnt* ment. Miss Ina Sage Is expected back from her holiday in a short time and the staff has licen further Increased by the employment of Miss Isabel Dnlrymplo. The Kpworth Leugue of Wesley Church have engaged Williams' Dixie Singers to glw a concert in Wesley O. s. Post of How Island was In tlid)cUy on Tunis', f I'. Caruthcrs, of Grassy Luke was in,the city on Wednesday. Jas. Short, barrister, of Calgary, was In Lethbrldgo on Wednesday. Mrs. A. J. Whitney will receive on tho fourth Friday of each mdnth. J. Olqulst, the owner of the Ho.v Island townsito was Ih 'the city on Tuesday. Liberals are reminded of the meeting tomorrow evening In the K. of P. Hall. Hev. ,T. M. Harrison's evening sub. Jcct on Sunday is "The Problem of Sin." The Missus Hardle returned on Saturday night from a visit to Medicine Hal. The bachelors of Lethbridge are glv ing a ball in the IHJou Hall on Frl day owning. The Unit Hospital Ladles Aid will give the second of their scries of dances In the IIIJou Hall on Tuesday evening. S. A. II. Crabb took the Wednesday morning local for Oranum to be pro-went at a ceremony In which ho Is much Interested. Mrs. E. Munns who has l>ecn visiting Mrs. A. Southard for several week* past returned home to Calgary on Monday'night. Frank McKeown, son of II. II. .,fc-Keown, has removed to the city with his wife and family to take up his residence hero. I .1. W. McNicol. Ixthbrldgv, Is In the city In .connection with the lumber comblno trial, a guest at the Al-berta.-Edmonton Bulletin. A. Mobklrk, trainmaster, ami clerk II. W. Ireland, have been transferred to have headquarters at Lethbridge. -Medicine Hat Times. Blair Hlpley came back to the city from a trip to the Old Man's River, north of Klpp where ho has been rank- res HAVr A GOOD OPlN/ON OP MM* % KNOW5 or HiAisEr ameRs $EE7HEOUT5lD^.BUT 7Ut COMFORT Ht 'tHttS COMES fM WHAT IS NEXT Tb_MlM; Church on the evening of No-. .'10. VnK estimates for bridge Work on tho now C. P. It. line. \. H. McKeown who is associated A fresh stock of Colgate's Soaps, Perfumes TdM Ponders, etc. Just arrived. Lwthbrtdge. Alia., Nov. 1, 1007 To Our Customers,- Christmas Cords and Calendars Tills.trou|ic has n|>penrod in Cnlgtiry three limes to ever incrensing nudlcn ces and Is without douln the l>est troup of Dlxlo singers travelling to-day. A. K. Humphries received the other day a letter from his brother In Sew York Stato saying that he> expected to make n> trip out through the went in a short time. The letter also stat cd that several young men vere anil-1 cipating a trip out to se>> the coun-1 try that our .1. P. talked about when down there a few weeks ago. drain is moving quickly from I>oih-hrldge, the car supply being some- wlth F. Hick in tho purchase of the llrodic & Stafford Hardware business went to Calgary on Monday, returning today. - 1 A. Itonney. Lethbridge and J. Grundy, Leduc, arw in >thc city to attend Hie alleged lumber combine trial and are guests at the Windsor.-Ed-monton llullolin. C. F. P. Conylware. K.C., D.C.L.. barrister, Lethbridge; Vicc Prcsldont Ilritish Cunuda Trust & Guarantee Co., Limited; solicitor for the City of Lethbrldgo, is named as one of tho what ltetler than It has been. Tlie provisional directors of the Uank of Columbia Elevator Co. are shipping Winnipeg. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. On anil after Decemlwr 1st next ww have ilectded to adopt the CASH system in our business. J Our Stock of CARDS range from You have probably noticed tho ad- 5c tip to the more expensive boxed vanou on nearly all classes of goods.! Cards, while our CALENDARS or coursu. this has affected us to a are all worki of art, as they are all considerable extent. Again, tho man picture* suitable for framing, uraoturers and wholesalers, in oddi- j anfi ingpect our gj^jj , jt tlon to advancing their prices havx jf ime you were Bending them to shortened their terms. | your friends abroad. These changes meant that we cither hail to advance our prices or do business on a CASH UASI8. Wo decided thai It would be la tho Interests of our customers to do the lat- A LOCAL BUDGET. tSTMth" ch*D*�wi"B,"to 111T no  Itev. J. M. Harrison went to Ora* aum yesterday returning this afternoon. Jamen Stewart has returned to I ha city from Cowloy where he was on Hurvcying party. Miss Winnlfrad mil's dancing class is giving a Class Assembly on Monday evening next. Miss F. Prouse, of Itetiancc was in tho city visiting her sister, Miss Kd-ith Prouse, over Sunday. �Mrs. Hirchard-I'olmer returned to hor school noar Claresholm on Monday after attending the convention. ,f. 31. lianks & Co. have opened up a gonoral xtoro in tho Whitney block. Already large shipments of goods have been o|>uned uji uml mora are arriving daily. II. Pilling Iuik returned from IiIh automobile trip in the Pacific states, lie went only us far us t'orllund hk Air. Jenkins shipped liis cur from tluit point. Mint in Hendricks. C. P. It. yard MviU'liomn, iveeiveil u severe Kqui.-eze iK'tW'^'ii u ear and coal teiuli'r on Monduy al'U-niiion. He will Imer present at the Epworlh Iioaguu iiHWling on Monday evening wore delighted with tho intensely interesting and rvwllstlc description given by Mr. Peat of his trip through Egypt. Arabia, and I'al estinc. Mr the Holy Land with such vividness that his hearers wore easily there with him. At tho Knox Church Guild meeting on Monday evening Hev. A. M. Gordon gave an address on student life in Qermany that was very interesting. T. S. McKenzle read one of Druininond's Habitant selections and as an encora another of his own com position. Mr. sang a song of his own writing, which was also received with great applause. The programme tor next Monday is in charge ol the Missionary Committer "As good us niuny I've heard In Massey Hall, Toronto." was one CAN ANYTHING .SERVE TO MAKE YOU HAVE A BETTER ORJLNION or YoVR.�5ELF\ THAN WEARING GOOD .SMOOTH UNDERWEAR. TRUE, YOU CAN HIDE YOUR UNDERWEAR TROM EVERYBODY BUT YOUR-�SELT, BUT DID YOU EVER THINK THAT YOU ARE MORE WITH YOURSELF* THANfe YOU ARE WITH ANY OTHER MAN, AND : DON'T YOU LIKE To KEEP THE COMPANY !r or A WELL DRESSED MAN? WE CAN ? SUPPLY YOU WITH ALL KINDS or UNDERWEAR, SILK, COTTON, WOOL OR CASHMERE AND IN DIFFERENT COLORS. WE HAVE WOLSEY, STANSriELD, PEN-. MAN'S AND WATSON'S, AND A SPECIAL LINE or MEN'S ALL WOOL HEAVY WEIGHT WHICH WE ARE CLEARING AT %\.7S PER SUIT. WE RECOMMEND OUR ENGLISH ALL WOOL BLUE COLOR AT $3.00 PER SUIT, AS EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD VALUE WHICH CANNOT BE MATCHED IN THE CITY. RESPECTFULLY, The BenHey Company, Lti WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Pronipt Delivery TttophOM 33 W. H. Mclntyro. of the Mclntyre ranch near Magrath, was in the city yesterday.  Georgo Trout, millwright, should call at tne post office for vuluuhle information. 1. Ilalhteud, t'.P.It. ussistiuit fr"-erul freight agent, of Calgary, was in t Ik> city yestcrduy. Two ears of settlers' effects from Cambria, Wis., eame in yesterduy la Ik' triinsfeiTed to MuKiatli. C. IV H. engine 1 Mil slip|�eil on u I frog in the yard on Monday unil went | oil the track, tying up tho yard b>r abouY six hums. There will lie u Mission Hand Concert in Knox Church on Friday evening, Nov. 22nd, commencing ut 8 o'clock. Admission 'i'tc. Dr. Ovens, who has liofn Itcro for so vera 1 months in connection with tho Depart muni of tho Interior veterinary department, left for Reg Ina, Sask,, on Tuesday. Frank Austin, of Cardston, was in tho city yostorday on his way back from Salt Lake City. Mr. Austin took his boy down to the Douf and Dumb school in that city where ho hns Ixion opera-tod on so that ho can now s|M>ak quite well oven though he is still absolutely doaf. II. P. Wilson of Little How was a passenger on tho south train on Tuos day for Denvor, Col.. White thoro ho [will look after the purchase of some machinery for tho manufacture of cement blocks for a firm in Ireland that is going into this Irne of manufacturing. man's opinion of the concent given in The postmaster informs the Herald j Wesley Church lust Friday evening that the rush for hoxos has been such |u.forJ , KO,(l aHdience. Mrs. Van-that there are now no single boxes j spnnkereii. in her reiulings. proved and very few of the larger ones left. tH |K, , lvai avUst. Miss Hum's so-Those who wish boxes must book Ios Wllfv Wl>n ived. Mr. F. A. ahead ami club together. j Maxwell with his rich tenor delight- S. D. Humes, organizer of tho Can- ed his heun-rs, adian Oilier of Chosen Friends, is in (irst apptuirani- while Mr. Fleming's in l.ethbruige hits is now a prosinrous 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 w**t than Mr. Eckstorm. He is always willing with his means and his> time to do all in his power to help along the eommun, ity in which he lives, and If the west had more men of his stamp it would bo far better off. To tne Ratepayers of the City of Lethbridge the city, in the interests of that order, and expeets to organize a council of that order here. Mr. liurucs is registered at the Cnaldule. l-Mnion-ton. Alta., Calgary, Alta., Stratford, (int., Ilerlin. Out., IVter-boro, (Int., t.ueiph, Out., S'herhrooke Que., and Trois lti\ieivs (Time Itiv-ers). IJtie., hav,, been given n fi\- l.-t-ler-earrior system recently. Give street ami number when writing those places. iniuk.' Iiini u fiivoiiie. his rendering of The I .ami of llo;u- and Glory being ' t, 1,. part iciiltirly well r->ei\ed. Miss liar rison's reiulering of Liszt Khui-s �di was mnsterfiil and Mr. T. Tuylor at unjg llio pi|v organ jiixI as uecompunist ! showed his usual -Mil. j In his annual address D. L. Dur- ', roclt. retiring president of the Ontar- ] io Hockey Association, now a res I- ! *" dent of Culgary. the strongest ainu- 1 I teiir sporting nrgaiii/ntion in Cami- Nuving bi-en nskeil to nllow myself noiuiuuted for the olllce of Mu.vor for the t'itv of lethbridge for I have cynseiitcil to do so. In soliciting ndiii- votes and influence, I assure sou. that if elected, I will do mi;, utmost t,, promote the welfare of the city uml to luivo its Only Twp More Days at jfldisTors mm mil lerc ire  few tf tkc Kuy Bir|alis �t irt Uttrt�i >*~ W� are clearing the well-known C.B.O. line of Coraeta, and an offering the La Bonita at 80o-a very prettj French model. Another is the Hiawatha at 39c. We are sure that thia Coraet will give yon the beat of aatiataetion. Alaska Down Comforters, in 2 weights, to elear at 11.90 A 93.36 Special 5 o'clock Tea Covert at each.....................85c Men's Shirts in all sizes and qualities at from.............39o , Children's floso-We hare 2 lines marked at a pair, 10c and 25c TOBTOISE SHELL CRUBS-A set of four pieces, selling regularly ut 50c, sale price..............................SOo Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at.............10c Ladies' Coats have been reduced from 20 to SO per cent G. H. Johnston CANADIAN A pleasant event took place at the |dn. mude the following reference to!urfairs conducted on a business-like home of Miss Lottie Dickson, John two western gentlemen well known in j street lust evening, when Miss Una j Lethbridge:-! may Ikiv nd.l that' *""� wonomical innnue wus tendered a novelty show. , olllcors of the () by a number of her friends. The Smith, daughter of J. Hr. Smith, M. C. II. comlueior. No. 1U4, Centre street or evening wus siwnt in a most onjoy-able way, nnd those presciH all joined in wishing Miss Smith, who is a well known and popular young lady, prosiierity and Ituppinoss in her now homo. Miss Smith in company with hor pnrants, loaivos on Thursday for Clarosholm, Alberta, where sho will be married to Kenneth Ferguson, son while this distune.' does sepnra'te us 1 do not feel u stranger here for past II. A. are in the front runk of citizenship in this province. 1 refer to M. S. McCarthy, M. !'., for the Calgary riding, who wus n member of your executive in 1SMH and who represents this const!t uency in tho House of Commons with credit to himself and tho party nr.d is one of the most useful meuihiiri �.> tho west from tho Oroujt Lakes � 1 tho Pacific Ocean; and W. A. Hu-.haii.ii, of D. Ferguson, of tho St. Thomas your secretary of 1002, who is   :.\y Customs Department, and a formor well-known resident of this city.-St. Thomas Times. Mr. Ferguson was for some time on the office staff of the Enterprise Lumber Co. at Loth-| bridge. and will endeavor ill "11 things to give everyone a square ileal. Yours faithfully, oriDI'Ul OF CllOSKN FU1KNDS C. B. BOWMAN All nieinlxTs of the above order are requested to call at lloum 12, Conl-dale Hotel, and consult the Organizer, Mr. S. I). Ilurnes, who will bo hero until Doc. 1st. Any one desirous of liccomlng a member ut tho order is requested to meet him thoro. Photographs The Railroad Studio HitdiPHt (limn of Work Guaranteed Sttidio -. - Nenr a.ft nnil I. F>elgbt Office North ol HudHun'H Hay Sturo Baroness Road Lethbbiuqc FOU 8ALK Two paid up shares in tho Leth-brldgo Woollen Mills Co. $100 par value for 50c. on the dollar. Apply C. S. liorup Lt'thbridgo. dV2 taking a leading position in this vince as a journalist and will *-less bring to bear the samo Invuttry and energy in his calling lure HutJ characterize^! his work hero in