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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta -�4 . � - i \ 1*  4 v- One whole page will not begin to tell you all that we are offer-ing at special prices during our BIG TEN DAY SALE, nor yet can we conclude with this additional space, yet we feel that in this issue we have been able to interestthose who really want to buy and who appreciate a genuine bargain sale^we say genuine because the Hudsons Bay Stores will not and 1 never did conduct other than a sincere sale. "It's the BAY'S 4 way of advertising." Come and see for yourself the dollars you can save on your fall purchases at this Ten Day Sale. 1 if 1 GREAT BARGAINS IN MEN'S RUSSIAN RACOON COATS. THE very best quality on the market. Quilted lining in black twill. SPECIAL PRICE....................................160.00 WOMBAT FUR COATS. A PARTICULAR-ly good line. SALE PRICE ....................................... i.27.00 MEN'S FUR COLLARS. CAN BE AT-tached to any overcoat, in "German Beaver." UP FROM ............................................. tfi.00 MEN'S FUR DRIVING CAPS IN RAT, with folding ear flaps and drop front peak. BACH .................................................. $4.75 _ MEN'S WINTER PEAK CAPS; FUR LINED and wind guard in blue Beaver Cloth. Usual j t J f - 1 will* ; ^ ^^^^^^^^^^�^�^�^Be^e^e^^^e^eBl^e^e^B^B^^e^B^BBl^^ MENS FUR COATS Price I .*0. t : \ S\LV. PRICE.......................................... 11.50 BLACK NEAR-SEAL FUR DRIVING CAP, Satin lined. Regular price $1.75. 8 A Lb'. PRICE ....................................... $1.50 LEATHER CAPS. wool UNE^EAR Covers, fold up inside. saj.f. price.........................$1.50 c.w. as and corduroy coats with pnt.nt clurps; double breasted, with and with-ort storm fronts. Lined throughout with sheep wool witii very high Wombat Collar; FU0.vi...............................................,......$6.00 IN navy BLUI5 and tweeds. sa', j'mce each.............................. 25c. Great Reductions in MEN UNDERWEAR MENS UNDERWEAR ALL WOOL, UN-shrinkable. Satin faced shirt with double breast. Usual p rice $2.50 the suit, $1.25 the garment. SALE PRICE PER SUIT $1.75 PER GARMENT............ ....................... $1.00 MEN'S ALL WOOL HEATHER MIXTURE box. Usual price 35c. a pair. SALE PRICE PER PAIR........................25c. MEN'S FLEECE LINED UNPERWEAR, "Sanitary Wool Fleece Brand" in striped, sateen faced. Regular price per suit 91*20, per gar tnent 60c. SALE PRICE PER SUIT $1.00, PER GAR- MENT...... 50c * � - BARGAINS IN LAD IE 9 DRESSY SLIPPER IN WHITE KID, "THE THEO", Countess Louise heel, white silk bow, imitation pearl buckle. Sells regularly at $2.25. SALE PRICE $1.65 LADIES' VICI KID TOP WITH WHITE kid lining. Water proof, full rubber sole and full laced bals. To clear rubber heel. Military shape. Sells anywhere for $4.00 per sale week for PER PAIR......................................... $2.00 pair MEN'S GENUINE MOCHA WOOL LINED Gloves in men's sizes. SALE PRICE ..... Selling at $1.25. 75c. v.- BOOTS AND SHOES LADIES VICI KID, EDWARD C. BURT of Boston, Bluc'ier walking shoe, very dressy, patent colt toe, good year welted, high military heel, very nice lost and arched instepiV Sells . regular 86.00. To clear SALE W�EK............ ..........................^f5 �* HEAVY PELT SLIPPERS IN AN ASSORT-ment of coloi* nnd styles, leather soles and heels. Also teli soles. SALE PRICE PER PAIR ........................;i3e. A NICE PAIR OP ROME6 '(BAITER) Slippers in felt or leather. They arq nice and light and very comfortable and quite dressy. Just the thine for wearing around the house. PER PAIR................................j......r|1.25 Telegraphic Briefs Mttclooil, Nov. 28.-Tnu Liberal Con venUoiv, fur iho nomlinttUm uC tv ci\n-cilduU^W t-Ho Ootuinoiw la tn hchnIoh hero t^i�^v It Is eonsiiloreU that either jib. \$T HalUiv of 1'incher Creek or K. A. Wallace ex-M. L. A. of,High Hlver will bo nominated us -the win-riUliilo for the Muetoou constituency. You Wish to A LOCAL BUDGET. Mrs. F. Rowlands 1h visiting her Mr& It. NinunonH, North Want � Mm. Walker Jell and Mrs. Drown, "pi iMVinga, are guests of Mr*. W'm, Oliver. Paneies mt the end of November. *m-*~ 'leuderson picked some in his on Tuesday, Nov. 20. News in wanted of John Paltarok- Tho membura of our \V. 'r* u* havo taken up the work of supplying our local construction camt�� **'th literature. Alt who wish t� 1�*P in this work by fflfts of maifaxlm^t kindjy notify Mrs. A. K. Humphries, who will KlaMy forward ilw seme., . S. D. Ilarnea. organiv�r of tha od ijt th� ornaniauitlun of a local lodjje in this city. A mooting wan held r.n Monday night when quite a l�nfo number signified their desire to join. Another meeting will l>e held on Friday night when W is oxpeotcd a flour Ishing council will bo organic. Already several lodges hovo *w�n organiwad throughout tho province and when tho Lethbridgb Lodgw is formed there will ho a sufficient number to entitle Alberta to a District Council.  I ns, who left New York City about three months ago to work in Loth- , bridge mines, lie will please cull ut the post otllce or f*ind word. W. Maxwell, brother-in-law of W. A. Ott. was seriously injured al the bridge work on Baturday. lie was hauling Jumhcr dawn the hill when or Belcher of the R.N.W.M. JP* Is retiring from the force after Oilriy^ght years of service. t{0 will reaide in Edmonton. Bona of England have ifcallenge from the Anciei Forester^ to play a game telt cm Christmas day and lailt week the Herald asked George -*JfoMit, whom the postmaster had unable to locate, to call at �^tha jpoat office. Early next morning 7 .f^ was there. Everybody reads the (the lond slipped on to the horses which becume unmanageable and upset the load.. Ullly had his shoulder dislocated in the mix-up. The Muple Leaf Mission lland of Knox Church gave a concert last Fri day evening under the direction of Its president. Miss K. McClure. Tho programme consisted of songs and recitations by the Junior members and a snsh fantasy by the older girls under Miss Newton's supervision. There was a good, attendance und all enjoyed the interesting programme provided. i A lot of cheup notoriaty had by posing ns a critic. can l>o ( T1IK WKKK'S Day 'Friday. Nov. 23 ' jSat., Nov. aa ;Sud, Nov, 34 JMon.. Nov. 25 Tuesday, Nov. 26 Wed., Nov. 27* Thurs., Nov. 28 KdmontOn, Nov. 2�.*-Tho prosecution of the lumber combine cuse clos ed yesterday. The Chief Justice re* rvei| Judgement. Edmonton, NoV. ttd-There are now twenty-three coal n\ihob In this district with an output/oT 2320 tona l�er day. I.1- r| � Medicine Hat, Nov.s Oa.^I^oria. 111., and Modlclno Jflat ar^ n%hktng for the possesafou of W6rks;,the atar tdtchcr, who M Um Loaguo last season as pitcher undbatUir. IVurla stands n ^ood chance of landing him much to manager lWnny's concern. I have 4 fine lots on a corner on BURDETT Street for the very low sum of $325 per lot. There are also some very good lots with water mains near the elevator and mills for only $175 each. Warn Meeting W 111 ere i� to be rt Jhcetlrig. In the Trades and Labor Hall on Friday, |^Nov. 20th. at 8 p.m. to discus** rtiiU- i4nicl|>Al politics. It Is expected that l^tho members of the CMy Council nnd [prospective cntididuteM for olttco v til jbo present to �tivte their views ami ijnnswcr tin* questions that will vroii-I'jably Iw put to thorn. There \viii Wk.� j ly be a largo altvnduuce tomor-'itv ; night. Denier in FarmJ^amls nnd Lethbridge P rope Hies, dottthard Block, Jieihbri^, Alia. rhonel22 An Exhibition of Gas 1\ On Monday and Tuosday cveninff� there were jjlven exhibitions at the KaN-uell that tfftvc noma idea, of tho amount of gas ulready found at. tho well. The pi|ie hud been dropped in ag ain and the flow of gM capped. When It was lighted the flames shot up ten feet from the pipe and such was the force that a space of four foot intervened between the pipe and tho flame. A largo crowd assembled and were greatly pleased with what they saw. Such a strong flow of leakage gas indicates a pocket of gnu t high pressure below. SoMHb Store On Monday last, a deal was put through, by which E. IC Reynolds, superintendent of the Piamond Coal Mtno* disposed of his store there to a Mr. Dalryrnpta of this city who has recently moved out from England. Sole of Work On Tuesday. Ttecamlier 3rd, the Ladles Aid of Wesley Church will hold their big sale of ladies work and cooking In the banement of tho church, commencing at throe o'clock. The lad it's are preparing a very fine assortment of work, much of which will be particularly suitable for Christmas presents. Aihotbtr OM Timer Com 4 The list of the old-timers of this dlstriot is gradually growing less. La*t Tuesday death 'took away one of tho oldest. In the person of John It. Davis, who has been a resident of this part of the wont for about twenty-five years. In the early days before the railroad Mr. Davis used to do. freighting and became one of the most widely known men In the Weflt. lie was a very young man when he came to the West, being only forty-five when ho died. lie leaves a widow, a daughter aged sixteen ami two hous, uged twolve and �lx years. About t*n yearn ago, Mr. Davis through an illnewi lost his cyottight �tnd his lived retired on his ranch about eight miles north of the city along the Holly River. Mr. Duvifi wus noted In the early days fur ht�irtg probably the best educated mail around, hiu favorite way of spending his spare time being in reading the Latin and Oreok authors with which he* \\*a v<*ry familiar. The funerul takes place this afternoon under the direction of the Masonic order among whom ho was an honoivd momlwr. W RATI I KB Max MIn. 4a 40 40 ao 45 i IB 44 2'. LOST. 4 t Between Ikwfett Street South and the Oliver Block, a ladies gold watch Reward for return to the Herald Office. �-'-\ - � + - Willla Wealey evening* WANTED A good pound horse, about 1250 pounds. Apply furpin Furniture Co. FOR BALIS OR Til A 1)10 J bay mure, drives sjgglo or doubl Will sell or trade for heavy horse with the remainder, in cash. Apply T. O, Shirley. UJ2 Thai tart Ipidt khn tfet Ep moan that it is tints you bad another kind of "Snac**:, and hero la the place to ba sure of getting the very highest grade of thatn at fair coat. W0 take particular pains to examine carefully tee eyre of our customer*, as to tie euro of supplying the correct lenses to suit the Individual sight. We have bean eminently successful in dofug this in the pent, and haw built up a reputation for very careful and accurate work. h rmstrong JEWELER ENORAVEF i m I "CASTIUAN BOOTS" TIB trend of fashion In women s shoes is best expressed by our new "Queen Quality" CutitUn Beats. The fortparts and vamps are shorter; the shanks more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of a eraaller size. Women every* where sdmire these pretty etylee. They are now "an the rsge." The genuine are to be had only st this store. In Kid, #3.50; Tateme, #4.00: other "Queen Quality" stylet |3j00. FRED GOW & GO. ft the Tou will be able to look aronnd better. We will be able to give yon lore time, and seleotiotia will ba practically untouched. Tea, it's a great deal better to do your Holiday Buying just a* aoon aa aver you can. Any article! that you choose now will be laid aside (or you until the eventful moment. Then yon will have nothing to do but call and get them. Or if-you wish we will be glad to leave them at your house. Lethbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store Phones 165 and 166 Eye Specialist in charge of Optical Department The Material for your shed, barn or house untill yon have seen our Ship lap Finaat material on the market at eloaeat "price** yet / Carload each of freah Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement in atook. OPTICIAN Agent for BXXL PIANOS Rogers-Cunningham r � Lumber Co., Ltd. WUrMK Tito, Writai, bpMi, Iqntk, MerUge Herald Ads. Bring Results. n _ _ ;