Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
�. a / ^ . 1 to -r uu :� L-- 'I - * r 14 GOING TO BRITAIN. fc.tf- - - Is - h B 1 now on in full swing. Greater bargains than ever Seasonable Goods. The chance the season. A. I-:. Moore, formerly of Ru>mond r | has been deputed lo spend u war in 1 \ * i i Ureal Britain in thu interests of iho : Cunnd.nn Pacific Irrigation Co. I lo will present tho claims of tho Calgary irrigated tllstilct* to tho people of Ireland and England, Mrs. Mih>in> and chtki will accompany Mr. Moovo. They expect to leave Calgary early next month. Good Evening, Ladies! P H �1 Imported Venetian Suitings at 85c. Tweed Suitings SEVERAL DEAD BEATS. Pure-wool medium weight Suitings. Tweeds and Shadow Checks. Stylish Worth tip to 1.00 yard, special......... Patterns aro mixed goods, 42 inches wide. ................70c. ..1 4- Very fine fiuish Venetian Suitings, in colors Navy, Cardinal, Mar. toon, Resedc, Moss and * Bottled Green, medium weight, 44 in. wide, excellent value nt 1.15, special 85c. yd 4 4 � Wonderful Skirt Bargain Overstocked in Ladies' Dross Skirts, consequently must sell at a great reduction These are all new and u^to^lutc Skirts. Colors Navy, Black, Grey ami mixed Tweeds All sizes. Our regular 5.00 Skirt, special.............................. 3.75 Twenty Boys4 Frieze Overcoats, heavy weight-good quality lining, high storm collar, all sizes, regular price 5.7o, Special 4.75 Chief Parry suggested to tho City Council uti Monday night's mooting, that u tax should he inmosod on real estate agents, as men whom ho considered vagrants, as they spout i most of their time loafing ami gamh-'ling put up tho plea that ;tv\v ! wore ival estato agents nml he had �no way of dealing with them. Ho *|lhouRht a SoO tax would show Ihoin ; in their true colors. The City Solicitor wns instructed lo pivpara a hylaw imposinf? i\ , Ilrenw of 50. t As a mutter of fact the ins are one ,or two young fellows around tho city at present posing ns ival estate , agents, who are nothing more than deud beats. They hantl out checks ; freely hut never have any funds to imvt them with. They huy typewriters, never pay for thorn. trade thorn oiT for fur coats and then have to return tho coat and typewriter. Men of that sort aro nothing but rank impositions and they should bo treated as vagrants or rohbers. Why not call and see my Empress boots-the most stylish and comfortable footwear for ladies in the city to-day. WOMEN DELIGHT TO T^Jf WBA* SHOE Prices are within the reach of all IT IS OUR FOR WOMEN FRED GOW GO. Succcssort to tho L*to W. T. Henson ELKS ORGANIZE. I Just to hand, New Importations Ladies' Fancy Neckwear, including Lace Headthrows, Chiffon, Lace and Embroidered Collars, designs. See them. the newest A H BR I Lcshbridge lodgvj of the Elka was organized last night under the most ausp.cious circumstances. Korty-three of the charter members received the obligation. (Smiid Organizer F. I.. Aikman of Toronto had t* e work in hand and his explanations of tho motive-* of the order, which js founded on charity, was clear and concise. The odicers of the local lodge wore elected as follows: Past Kxulted Itulor, W. C. Sim mons; Exalted Huler, W. C. Ives; l^s- teomed Lecturing Knight, N. t. Moc Leod; ICstecmed Leading Knight. K A. Sharman; Loyal Knight. frL-a Kenny; Chaplain. �l. H. Shearer. Secretary, \V. W. Irwin; Trwisur.*r, C. O. K. Noiirso; Inner (Suard. IIa**- WALLACE From start to finish � Our El Amber Cigar is ahead of all others every time. If you want genu* ine satisfaction and real gratification when enjoying your after dinner smoke, just try an El Amber cigar. Wo will guarantee that you will say it is tho best medium-priced cigar that your mouth ever held or your palate enjoyed. Try ono and you will never smoke any other, HOSELTON, The Lending Cipar and Tobacco Firm. Kimonas, Dressing Gowns Linen Drawn Work, Piano Covers from Japan Now on our Counters for tale. SOCIETY TALK. Mrs. U. K. Sherlock entertained on Thursday evening last in honor of Ittss Casey of Alaclcod. Kuehre was pl&yed and the handsome prize do -nated were won by Mrs. .1. O. Wilson, Mrs. O. U. MacMtcklng. )' Morton Jones and Rev. ,) S Chiv- ers. Last Wednesday owning Mr E C. Powlsr of the Alberta lloud, !Mnchar Creek, and Miss Pearl KooU\ oldest daughter of Mr. Wui. Footo. wer� iimrrlert in the lyncher Creek Baptist church. Mr. John Herron, M.P . an^l wife left on Monday laM for Ottawa. They will romaln a fow days in Medicine lint visiting their riaugh -tar and a �hort i.nm* in Partus la Prairie and expert to nrrivo in Ottawa a fow clay** Iwforo the aess'un oj>ens.-Pincher (Vwk Kcho Ont., has arrived to spend several months with her daughter. Mrs. W. V. Buchanan. She was accomimn-hy Miss Mortnon, of Hamilton, w1*� rcmtitned a few days and than Uri for Vancouver from which port :ho baits for China next wcvk, where she will \je married to Pr C. W. Freu-man. r ! art, to K. W. Heed, both of Koc*y Coulee. The bride who was beauti-fully attired was ably supported ly M'ibs Annie Heed, slstor of tho groom while tho groom was MiipporUrd I y Mr. Cyhn Campbell. Hockv Couhv. t \ I i i Ml Mr Gertrude Whlto S CV Taylor. iss Cox. atu' Kanoh of her K. S Martin, manner of the Ha>'-mond branch of the Hunk of Montreal entertained a number of Hay mond ladies and gcntlrmoit at u card party last Friday evening. The guests Included l>r. ami Mrs. Hivers Ur and Mrs. Hollins. H. ii. McIhtfT^e and Mrs. McDuflfee and others. Miss Tonnant of In^u-hidc* Coutts. entertained a nunilvr friends in honor of her gueKt. I*egln of Lethhridft*. As aniiclpattxl. ewryono spent a � most ckUightful timo at Mrs. .1. II. I Storey's on Friday night. Carls and dancing wer.� the principal fractures of tho evening. A most delte -ious lunch was sorved n-t mid-night. .The affair was gtvi?n in honor of her I Mrs. Mewbm-n was the hostess a most delightful tMichre party ,ist Friday evening. The handsome i r\t-s \v*i\- won Uy Mm. Uahbridge and Mrs. Conybeuiv and Mr. Magrttli and Mr. Wilson. During tlw owning Mr*. Hoove and Mrs. MacMlcking sang in tludr usunt charming ma.v ner and Mrs. Huchunau recited. , ry Withers; Tyler. MortiimT IViest; ! 'Music.an. V. L. MrK.-lvie; F^cpiir* | \\\ A. Huchanun: Watchman, Uo\t,uM * I Case; Aith-s. A. W. Kean. Pw Honk: (inkles. Thos. I'mlorwood, H Buck; ParaplwnnlHa, H. A. Wnll.v.v. Com mitt eos: I ly laws. M ess in . M n c -leod. Simmons and Ives: Location. W. S. Fairfield. Wei ber and Na.s -mith; l-!nt^rtainmx Mrs. J. W. McN'icoll returnexl from isivter. Miss Sillikor. a proloturcsl visit ,n the east on SuC-nrday night last. Mr. McNicoll vent to MtHlicine Hat to meet her. Miss Huntley of Culgury, has 1h*�mi a guest at Mrs. NVdhnmV Miss IlunPic and M.ss Agnes har-�lle left for Toronto on Monday night's train. At Muclend on the t-Hh .n�rt , at the Presbyterian church, by the Rev. Walker. Mi*� Agnes Stowart. only dam;htor of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Stew- Mrs. H. A. Wright will he "at home" to tho ladies of f**tabridge t n N'ov, 37 ami 28. from X to 0 o'clock. Tito Medicine Hat News says. Mrs. A. M. Wright entertained again m Thursday even ng 'in honor of Mrs. H. A. Wrijiht of Lt-thhridce. Mrs. Drake ,nd Mrs. Hoveridgo assisted n receiving. Prmrivssivo whist a-is played durincrth^ e\vn*n". ih*� ��rUw being won by Miss Kthel Wo.^l. 4 nnriri irinnGnnnGnnnnnnniTJninnnnnnn ' The t\>gula r monthly missionary I meeting of the Epworth Leuguo of j Wesloy Church was held last night, and was fairly well attended. The subject, "Japuncso Literature and KducaUon," preimnnl by Miss K. 10. Austin, proved a most interesting and instructive one, and was lUwn-ed to with close attention. The subject next Wedn�sduy even ing will is? Jlov* the lU-ble condemns :iitent|kirance.*> \ At tl\o close a business was held, when the reidgnat the 1st Vice-President. Mrs. IV M. Campbell and tho recording secretary. Mrs. 10. X. Wakely were tendered aod accepted and W. Jordan and W. M. Pearson elected to (ill tho vacancies. It was deeded to carpet the pulpit plutform and pur-chase a matting for the aisles of tho church. tuaith. i IjO(\go delegates. Messrs Ives. K\-nnv. Mudeod ami Shartm.n. ...............CT . _......._______ The CSrand lodge mooting is to be ,t Coaldale at three o'clock Sun-Uv held at Calgary i�n Dec. 7. Lodges iafternenm. now exist at Calgary, rOdmoni.m J Wanted.-Immediately good girl and I*?thhridgc and on* is to l>e m-, for general housework. Apply to stitutefl right away at Wetaskhwn. Mrs. Harford- After th�t hslge was closed, a veiy _ Mrs. Dovino of the Allvrta Hoard-elaborate repast was served by F.C i ing Mouse has taken the Piche n�i-Cooke. who provofl to l>e n master jdemv on Ford St. BE SURE YOUR HORSE FEEDS WELL For Dentistrv, Veterinary and Surgical Work, call on . . Dr. F. W. J. Johnston, Lelhbridge Grid of Toronto Veierlnvrv College Oraer* left at HigtoboihaoTt Drug Stoie. For Sale NEARLY NEW hand as caterer. BORING FOR GAS Council mevting Monda. i'la'ins ox A t t he n.ght. \\. c. Jvos flUbmJMcHt mating \iov (iu�W4ff*-'� on lK�half of t. Ilisc ions of |ior $~5U and Mrs. J. Hulnmn I 'I'he Trades and I^hor r?�iunell i�et Tues%lay evening and decided to take I over the Ktnpiro VluU property. Mocassin slippers and mociissins. g*�nu*n� huck receivwl by express to | 0, on account o! iifjtirtes received iroin defective sHIewalks. 'i'he claims were referred to the city solicitor. F. \\\ t).1 Uuultufn applied to ve-deem loth 50 to T**� on Wall Mr-vi, The request was granted on coinll tion that all taxes ami all exjx-i.li-tures therowHh lie paid. The mayor ami secretary tivasurer were instructed to sign and seal the aRroenwnt with tho Electric Light Co. re boring for natural gas. Tho I^othhridgo SUsam LfaunJry wrote asking for an aelng ihi> latent addition. It is Kkely V IV Hjw-man, F. C'nlpnmn and (I. L. Vroo-mun will have machines nn the streets in the spring. An nutomo -bile club will now Ikj in order. F. Hopkins askwl that a pipe \h* j>Hico*I on Westminster road, south of .1. I>. Iliginbotham's. fhkk thaims speech. Montreal, Kov. 22 -Hon. Isa-vl Tar to declares 'in IjaPatrio today Hint Hon. Mr. Fielding's speech was a repetition of free trade argumen'.k heard twenty yours ago and FMid-'ng, he tksdares \t> u free trader .uid always has been. SOUTH WAHD JIOCKFV CLl H. The North Ward Hockey Club has been formed with these officers: Pros. W. H. Hyssop; Vice-Pros., P. Hard-in?, Sec. Troas., W. McKenzie; Manager. L. McKenzio; Capt. W. Hopkinn Committee. L. Hopkins, H. Uopcrofi A. C^erger, JHs. Watson, C. Hyssop. i MAY HE A STRUCK. CJrand Forks. B.C., Nov. 22.-i:nv plOj'eos of H. Copper Company threaten to strike unless increase is given in 15 classes of labor. Increase involves 8800 per month SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD do, . on .their w�y ;to Tnni^,. M iM H,,rrl, �,wW||,B Ut.v ( aiem, Halnstino. l^r Torrance of Ut^lphfath. ��/ Mrs. .1. p. i%inbo�hfti;jn?ccnt. n ? 0,t,illlUion �na induction nJu ! u VOHUyU^ churcn. Ouelph pro�olltwl Mm w.thVcirvH as onr"! P�nCU from th0 mlnWerW he most honored and prominent oi-�nes ltl lhQ Presbyterian church (,�d I>ossossos remarkable t'igoe. STHAYKU. From (Ivo miles east of Clareshotm Ono roan horse about, 700 pounds, whlto head nnd white feet, with a halter on when lost; branded U on right shoulder. One bay horso about TOO pounds, white strip on fuc,>, brand H on right hip; had halter on whon last seen. Ten dollars re -ward to party recovering theso animals. Horses lust seen going towards Hoeky Coulee. OL1K JEIU3EXSOX. ClarcBhobn. Alberta. STRAYKI). Lost from 100 miles east ol **'ei-askiwin and last seen at tho Cameron ranch, one gray, abott, 1150 pounds branded NS. on loft shoulder, one gray mare, 1200 His. branded O-O reversed, ono Niy mare three years old, no brand, white <�� face, white hind foot, grey colons I tall, weighs aVout 1150, no brand. Apply to WM LATIMER. F.PMONTOW ALT V. ADVERTISE IN THE HERALD.