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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 22, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta The Great Moving Sale Is now on in full swing, in Seasonable Goods. Greater bargains than ever The chance of the season. Imported Venetian Suitings at 85c. Very fine finish Venetian Suitings, in colors Navy, Cardinal, Mar-roon, Besede, Moss and ' Bottled Green, meditim weight, 44 in. wide, excellent value at 1.16, special 85c. yd Wonderful Skirt Bargain 3.?5 Overstocked in Ladies' Dress Skirts, consequently must sell nt a great reduction. These are all new and up-to^ate Skirts. Colors Navy, Black, Grey ami mixed Twepds. All sizes. Our regular 5.00 Skirt, special.............................. 8.75 Tweed Suitings at roc. Pure-wool me Caiifticr.on rncific Irrigation Co. l!c will present tlio clainjs of the Oal-ijary irrigutwl distilcti to tho jKjopIo of Iivlaml and England. Mrs. Afoore aiwl chiW will ncconi' -pnny Atr. Alooro. They cxiioct to leave Calgary early jiext month. SEVERAL DEAD BEATS. Chief Parry suggested to iho City Council ut, Monday night's nwietin.i;, that a tax Bhoiikl Im inq>osod on i-oal estate agents, an men whoni. ho consWeml vagrants, ns they spent iciost of their time loafing nml gambling put up tho plea that -.iioy wore i-oal estate agents nml ho had no way of dealing with them. Ilo thought a *50 tax would show then: in their true colors. The City Solicitor was instnictc.l to pivparo ft bylaw imposing a liconse of S-OO. As a nittttcr of fact there arc '.>no or two young fellows around tho city nt prt'sent posing ns rwil estate agents, who are nothing mow than dead Ijoivts. They hand out checks freely but never have any funds to moot them with. Thoy huy t.vpc-writers. novcr pay for them, trade them oft for fur coats and tlnpn have to return the coat and tjpcwrit.u-. Men of that sort arc nothing but rank impositions and they .should bo treated as vagrants or robbers. Good Evening, Ladies! Why not call and see my Empress boots-the most stylish and comfortable footwear for ladies in the city to-day. Prices are within the reach of all. WOMEN DELiaHT IT IS OUR FOR WOMEM t FREP GOW & CO. Successors to the Lto \V. T. Henson SOQEn TALK. aCra. K. E. Sherlock entertained on Thursday evening last in honor of Ittaa Casey of Sfacleiod. Euchre was play�d and the handsome prize do -natctl were won by Mrs. J. O. Wilton. Mni. O. U. MacMicking. I.'. Morton Jones and Rev. J. S. Chiv-er�. Liast Wednesday evening Mr. E V. Fowler of the Alberta Hotel, Pinclvwr Creek, and Miss Pearl Fotyto, oldest daughter of Mr. Wm. Foote, were married in the Pinchcr Creek Oap-U�t church. Mr. John Herron, M.P., and wife Mt on Monday last for Ottawa. They will remain a few days in Medicine Hat visiting their daugh -tor and a short time in Portage la Prairie and cx|>oet to arrive in Ot--.hc sails (or China next woek, where she will bo married to Dr. C. W. Free -man. E. S. Martin, manag tirjMS won by Miss Ethel Wood. m nannnQoadaaDnionnoDanGDnnanaaaannnaniaannDnnaDnacinoDnDnnnnn Hi aveyooBoeiiAsliiflityoiirselfOyestioiis Have you been saying over and over to yourself-" What shall it be ? " Day after day hundreds of people ask iheniselves that question, and day after dav it Koes unanswered. For no amount of at home imagining' will recall to mind even a small portiohosen jewelry stock. As we hinted-be ahead of the crowtl. Ghid to give you all the time yon ask. Olad to lay aside your selection's until the eventful day. R. A. WRIGHT, Jeweler '"^ When Watch Work U Done Right. AGENT FOR THE HEINT2MAN V CO. PIANOS. EVnvORTH L'EAOUE MEETIXO The regular monthly nJissioaary meeting of the Epworth league of j Wesley Church was held last night, ' ond was fairly well attended. 'Jhc subject, ".Japanese Literotui-o ajid Education," prepared by Miss E. E. Austin, proved a most intonesting , and instructive one. and was listrn-cd to with close attention. ' \ The subject next Wednesday even ing will be "Hov the Bijblc condemns .ntcnipcronce." At the close a business moeting was held, when the resignations of the Ist Vicc-Presidortt, Airs. V. AI. tlampbell and the recording secret-' ary. Airs. E. X. Wakoly were ten -deretl aod accepted and W. .Tordan nnd W. AI. Pearson elected to fill the vacancies. It was deeded to carpet the pulpit platform and purchase a matting for the aisles of the church. ELKS ORGANIZL Lcshbridge lotlgc of the Elko '.turing Knight, N. T. Afiie-Leod; Estoenied Licading Knight, L. .\. Sharman; Loyal Knight, rred Kenny, Chaplain. J. R. Shearer. .Secretary, W. W. Irwin; Treasur-ir, C. O. K. Nourse; Inner Gimrd, Harry Withor.s; Tyler. Alortinicr Iciest; Alusic.un, X. L. McK?lvie; Esquiro W. A. Buchanan; Watchman, How.iril C^ise; Aides, .7. W. Kean. I'ross Houk; Guides, Thos. l.'ndorwood, B. Buck; ParaphcnaKa, R. A. WnllAco; , Commititecs-. Bylaws, Mcssi-s. Mac -Icod, Simmons and Ive�; Location, i W. .S. Fairfiohh- Wdbcr and Na.s - | milb; Entertainment, Messrs. Si;k, Fraser, Cooke, l-'aUn, Reynolds; Ke-ceptton committee, Alessrs. Atacle mI, Buchanan, Simmons. Sharnuvn, Kaic-in; Trustees, E. M. Stone, Xiv. Oal -braith, P. L. Kaismith; Grind lx)dge delegates. Messrs. Simmons, Ives. K>nii.v, AIacleOethbridgo and ono is to be instituted right away at Wotaskiwin. After the lodge was closed, avet.v elaborate repast was .sarved by F.C. Cooke, who proved to bo a master hand as caterer. 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. We will guarantee tliat you will say it is the best medium-priced cigar that your month ever held or your palat� enjoyed. Try one and yon will never smoke any other. WALLACE & HOSELTON, The Leading Cigar and Tobacco Firm. Kimonas, Dressing Gowns Linen Drawn Work, Piano Covers from Japan Now on o�r Couatcrt for tale. G. H. Johnston. A LOCAL BUDGET. BORING FOR GAi LEAVING RAYMOND. R. H. McDuflcc it is understood, has decided to leave Raymond to accept an Important posil"ion in .Mon-iiuva. He is president of tho Raymond Board of Trade .T-.-t c~-^ .^f t^e most progressive men in Southern Albert a. PLEASED,OOOn AIIDIEXCE. The first number of tho Lyceum course appeared on Alonilay night l.n Wesley church. The Carolin'ian iluljileo Singers sustainetl their reputation ns a first rate company. AN AUTO OARAGE. Howard Case (s a garage for the accommodatAun ot automo -biles at tho rear - of his shop i b Round Street. There ai\3 now five machines in tho city, one for Wilson Irwin of tho News l)clng tho latest addition. It is Kkely 0, B. Bjw-man, F. Colproan and G, L. Vroo-man will have nmchines on the streets in tho spring. An automo -hile club will now bo in order. At tho Coimcil meriting Monda.'' n.ffht, W. C. Ivos submittal claUns for damages on behalf of T. Hiscox for ?750 and Mrs. J. Bulman for i$300, on account of irtjuries received iroin defcvtivc sidewalks. The claims wero referred to the city solicitor. F. W. O.Haultftin applied to '.o-deem lots 50 to 53 on Wall .vtr-j.^t. The request wa� granted on condl -tion that all taxes nnd all o.xpc'.idi-tures therewith be paid. Tho mayor and secretary treasurer were instructed to sign and seal the agreement with the Electric Light Co. re boring for naturatgus. Tho LcUvbridge Staam IjaunJry wrote oskdng for an �(i)jus>t�nen't of the.r Water rates and for the imposition of a tax of 9100 upon Chinese laundries. The letter wa� referred to the waterworks commisnioncr. The council approx'ed tho selection of M. Plat as contractor for lioring for natural gas, and recommended tho Rcc-:ecch was a repetition of free trailo argumen's hoard twenty .years ago and Fi.tid- Mrs. W. S. Black, wife of Rev. W. S. Black, lately of Blackfort, Idaho, with her chiitdrcn remained over in Lethbridgo last, 'rhur�*da.v and Friday, on their, way to Innisfail,,where Mr. Black takes charge of tho Baptist church, succeeding Rev. Wm. Roid of this cit.v. Mr. and Mrs. Black wore for some years connected with the Baptis't Mission in Jerusalem, Palestine. Rev. Pr. Torrance of Uuclph fath - Price  - $1700.00 W. C. Simmons Southard Block VORTH WARD HOCKEY CLL'B. The N'oKh Ward Hockoj' Club, has been formed with these officers: Pres. W. H. Hi-ssop; Vico-Pros., P. Hard -ing, Sec. Treas., W. McKoniie; Mun-ag�r, L, McKenzio; Capt. W. Hopkiitn Committee, L. Hopkins, R- Hopcrift A. O^rger, Jas. Watson, C. Hyssop. '.ng, he declares is a free tra^h^r and j"'""'" '' ^ HIginbothamrecent-always has been. !diamond mnivcr - _' ^ _ jsary of his ordination and Induction i'into lhay n.arft three years old, no brand, white