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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta You iii^ G0od Cakes an^ Puddings if New Mini ititii^ Wkl II ^> V, iti',,..-.A N�w Crown Tlik latibt elled nuts Balgers A 1 tirade Citi^^n, Orange, Lemon Shelled 1 Almohds f pIlXEDPEttLS alrMdyMlffMiyforvMkllbpMlttl n BLE IttUGACIBS^ Ifobii^liiMili DiiiU^ Hcial CiMlMy aM�#. IMm illcLftM�V ChMMt Left 0MMlm Rev. Wtlliam Held will conduct � aorvice next Bunday afternoon ottaff^ttMni^"!nM Lofie of FaeUV j^piNial>�nffiaf. in/the evening. Seata #i�tfra*;hynm books ai� providsd and Ml are .aHUto^welcoB�.> the BbardM^ Trade meets next WMnMday eVMinifi The secrotary has received wplieB from the Boards of Tk'idtl at Hagrath, mcteod, Coleman, Tabor. anclC�rd�ton, support-inff the 'S�iuthM� Albtn-ta Aaaoeiaited BoaVds"idea.''WttrtT'lMiH been raosiv-ed IromB. Xi'lKfihAMson; aecnAary of thi'-IMMntntdn Tk\fU Calgit^ al-lotini XMhbrldffer'ipaoar for tha ax''! -,An exciting runaway took place on '^ntiiMiy ����nintf'^hMi Murdock' We-^^nUa'a IMun yot^'ftway from Min' ^ledrtiaa of-k ptto^ hisrneM biMUi^ ini.' tn^tiielr ittiitr '�areer "down' RoMlil Stt^the-'fiMirue whi�h kad dropkNHl' the'e^tng i'^Ifir InbothiBk'r toraii^' ttMd-i|hi^ the drlv�r nmliiV' faiFt'�W)'tIi� Wr.' Bos-yond a bad ahakinf up he waa apfiar" nily^'iiriiniiiMd.' m eriteftklBriieBt'16 be Rivvh by the WiHikUa iMxie^'-^ilbllee Singinrs in, liethbridfeon daiurday, K6v. 80, Cjonststa altogitther of'^lnging,-solos duets, tribS, qujirtetn^. and conoerta and is composed largely of negro melodies. It is clean "and wholonome frequently being given' in churchea, �nd is a pleaeure and a benefit to any onis Interspersed''with a l)itl �>t fun, they have a great variety of the choicest songs, and sing them in tho songful, soulful, waj^ that only chil-drni u( a once lon'g-oppneMted race and toucliea of velvet wHb which she wore an ek^nl chapmu lOf bottle groon>Mf iiit maximum quantity of good gocdsat the minimum prioes->euch prioes. Particularly attractive are the offerings in the house furnishing department. For instance the ridiculously low prioes on ciarpot and rugs -^praaiM|Iljyjlvi|^^th|^^wajj^ Wesrey Church, Sat, Nov. 30 Admission - - 75c and $1.00 Plan at lligiiibotliam's The increasing wholesale cost of igoodl^compeb me to put my hns-ine8S,|ba a cash basis od aud after J. J. JOHNSTON t>niggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. 'low's tliiiiljvaiiitiioy'i Hie htar to mail .Vour, cousins across the sea one iOr more. of our man.v -suitable articles for mailing to distant friends sucIj as J , , , LETHBiaUGK "souvenir �6oK-LBTS, iniOTO post CAllDS OF Un'HBKlBGE AND vicinity. tuck'S fine ,\rt CALEVDAU9 ivorv: AND embossed CHRIST-�MJtS CARDS ' S ; ' '. ' BUHiNt' LEATHER souvenirs. J. D. Higinbotham & Co. limited Familj and Dispensing Chemists |Christmal^^irds I and Calendars J. O. Robertson went tb' Calgary �n Tuasday. I Frank Thomas was a Suo^ via-1 itor at Frank. . C. A. Magraih returned, f^oni ii� �ast oh Tuesday night. Dr. A. T. Gond|0tl left on Saturday night for Vancouver, B.C. W. c! Simmons, M.P.P.. left for Calgarjr last night on court business Mr. atnd Mrs. W. A. Buchinan are expected in the Pass. Mr. aiid Mrs. R. E. Sheriodk have rcrturaed from an extended trip to the east. The new kindergarten school' will probably he ready for occupation by next Monday. Mrs. Jtigby is reported to Iw very ill ait the homo of her daughter, Mrs. L. M. John&tooe. J. P. Mahnn, the local C.P.R. ag-�nt is busy these day� issuing trans-Atiantic tickets. Stivdral .parties have left this week for Euro|)e, having pirchastid itheir itickpts here. . The numerous friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Muir of Coaldale are congratulating them on tho birth of �their sacond son on Nov. 23. Both {iiother and infant are doing well. Mr. D. II. Gordon of the Bank of Conuuorce, has gone to Winni|>eg t,o rocuperoto from the effects of a recent attack of typlujid. Mr. B. N. Shaw, of LctUbridga, is here on relieving duty.-Medicine Hat News. 1). King got his hands severly burn cd on Wednesday morning putting out a tire at the residence of T. M. Evans, Dartlobt St. He was heating some oil with which to .pll. the floor when it took fire. Mr. iKing man uged to beat out tlie fire which bad catight on ttie linoleum, and wood work. The C. P. R. arc Issuing special holiday rates from Lethbridge to points ih the Ignited States: To St. Paul and return the rate is 945.35, and to'Chicago and reium is fSe.SS. Rates in proportion are given to otii er cities. Spctsial rotea to Ontario and the Coast are also given. Our Stock of CARDS range from 54ft tip to thie more expensive boxed Cards, while our CALENDARS afe all works pf art. as they are all pictures suitable for framing. : Call and inspect our stock as it is were.s^nditig-them to youfrfriends abroad. Ni^rtson's Book Store IfewliVhitney Block Phone 251 lit door west of Union Bank Dmi'l Milt ite Dili* 8teg�i� i��^tl�yGlMrck-i^ftl�ff4iy 'C. Ross Tate spent Sunday ..^t his Kome'in Cronbriuok. ii.C. y'\ .Harry Kilner. who has 8pcnt"aeVer-ai mbnths at Providence, R.I., has fkurned to the city. ,H. jfkikin, of the Bank of Com-nieroe;,MtaiI at Maclaod spent a � few days Viaiting his brother J. I. Eakin fPraj^k Bullock, who has been staying w^th his A. L. Fob t^r, ri�tumed to his home in the east on Monday morning. Eost'on A Hyde are selling excellent cultivated blue-joint hay,.mixed with 'r. On Sajturdtfy, Nov. 30, Lothbridgo is to have a real treat. .. 'Pattcnson and Anna Belcher. The opinion of the judges was that while some of �the best extempore siwaking was on the neqgativo side the afflrillative side had tho beat of the argument and Were therefore entitlpd ta;i,tbe 'decision. A few other 9umpers^as clior. uses, solus and -- i*6citations, made last Friday'b Literary, one of the most successful of the tspn. Kdnionton Saturday I^(|(B-^A luncheon was given by ^Sinyflt. A. Buchanan, wife of thii^i Provincial 1 brarian, and was t^^Vory delightful alTair. covers being TfUd for ten. ,9^e table ^as centred 'wHh an ffi/(fiilsiU! shower of ptukisli "mauve niiitns, while a spray of the stfktely .Auituihn beauties i^is laid at each plate, and later served as a pretty favor. The hostess received her guests in a charming gown of -flgured^'paic blue ^iVt't trinttifwd with'(lua'n^i'ties of lace :,^v-v'��f^~;^i To tne Ratepajfers of tlie Gityof Lettibridge Having l>c?cn askud to allow m.vscU to be noiiiiiiatod for the ofllce of Mayor for the City of Lethbridge for 1908, I have con.scntod to do so. In soliciting your votes and influence, I assure you, that if elected, I will do my utmost to promote tho welfare of the city and to have its alTairs, .conducted on a � business-like, and economical manner, and will endeavor in all things to give everyone a square deal. Yours faithfully. "Eastern prices in the Far We�t," is the better wa.v to tlcsignatc the sincerity of the clothmg bargains. Fancy getting a real dressy suit of clathcs or an overcoat, well made and lined throughout with tho Iwst material, for thon thirteen dollars, or a pair of good street shoes for two dollars and a half,-Toronto prices m Ijaihbridgo. j The ludies, of Ijothbrldge, who pride themsialves on their jwsonal appearance, should not pass lightly oyer the s|Jocial prioes for this ten day sale, in dress goods. The range IS as wide us a Winnu>eg Htore and the prices just as good. There should not l)e a need to send cast for dress good.s with such a stock at hand to chbos^l- from. Thon too, the Hudson Bay Store em|)Ioy8 a competent stall ofc.drcss makers. RE:ioi.VrD ' . l&Hflvt A SDMir fHTo^M THAT HAS THrcooej*  /9f MSMMMMBSMS THE NEW CLoAK^r CLoAKi AHE CAf-RlCloVi. STyiZ CHAStS ST^IZ AS ^UN^HINE CHA^Ei5,JHADoW. THE LAtr E4T 3TYLE^ DID NdT COME IN TWo;^ MoNTrJ Ado BUT ONLY RECENTty. Wr HAVE THE RECENT THIN6 IN-CLOAKi; WE CANNOT TELL YOV EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE, WHY NOT COMTC IH AIW> THEMr ASK TO LCT JHOW> YoV, ; HOWEVER. THm VALUE J: ' jT LADIEJ COATi IR EVERY S\Zt� COLPit > : AND JTYLE. PLAIN BLACK J WITH TRIM--/ MIN6.5 or VELVET $10.00. BLACKS TRIMMED WITH VELVET AND FAUCY . BRAIDS 119.00. DARK PLAtD^ AND ^ BROKEN CHECKi, TRIMMED WITH VELVET, BRAID AND FANCY BUTTON-5. $J J.sbv ]�.90 AND 14.00. DARK ^TRIPE^ AND FANOY MIXED., PLAIDJ, WITH 6IB^0N JHOULDERJ I14.50, 17.50, 20.00. BROKEN PLAIDS IN VARIOUS JHADEJ OF 6REEN-5, B.ROVW-5,^ NAVY J AND (SREY5, ALL 600D SERVICEABLE COAT.5, WELL MADE AND WELL LINED,| 14.00 TO �5." OO RESPECTFULLY, 4-1 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Deliv�ry TdaphoM 33 MINARD'S UKIMBKT CUfiHa COIlNI. *e. To the Ratepayers of ^ City of Lethbridge Oi^tlemen:- Having received a inquisition of upivards of two ^hundred influontial ratepayers to stand for Mayoi; for tha ensuing year, I have after careful consideration, and best facilities. I promise to do all in my power to obtain such a syntoni as soon as means and opportunity will permit. In order to pr^noto further industries in the city T believe it is advisable that the boring for gas should be continued, until we are reasonably assured of its futility and that tho work should be pushed on onergotical ly. Thin I will endeavor to carry out,, in such a way that the interests of the city will bo fully safeguarded and the benellts will not accrue alone to any individuals. I nm personally disatisflod with the poor condition of the atj-ects. If elected, I will endeavor to have the stroots properly graded and put in a perinanently good condition, as far as possible. 1 will endeavor to have the water system more 'efRcient and capable of | Only Two More Days at JDHHTBffii JHililll ME 8BBBBaaSBBaBBBaBBBBSSSSBSaBBSBSBB!�S' Bert arc  few tf tlic Nny Btr|ilis in arc tffcriil W��ie deftring the well-known C.B.O. line of Oonett, and am offering the La Bonita at SOo-a very prettf French model. Another i� the Hiawatha at 39c. Wa aie soie that this ConeC will give 70a the beat of satiitietion. Alaaka Down Gomfortert, in 2 weights, to elear at $1.90 A ikM Special 6 o'clock Tea Corenat each.............;...86e Ifen'i Shirti in all aizea and qnalitiea at from.............39ia Children's Bose~We have 2 lines marked at a pair, lOo and 25o. TORTOISE SHELL CRUBS-A set of four pieces, seUing regularly at 60c, sale price.......................'....... 90e Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at...........lOo Ladies'Coats have been reduced from 20 to 50 per cenL Gv H. Johnston giving un equitable and sufficfent supply to all parts of the city for all purposes. In order that all parts of the City should be profieriy represented on the Council I shall endeavor to secure a bylaw dividing the City into wards for municipal election purposes as pffividod by the City Charter. And, gentlemen, if you elect me, I will generally use my whole time and ability in directing your affairs for tho best interests of the city, In an economical, careful, and yet ^ogres-sivc manner. "'- _ Pliotoflraplis mRiiiiiiii Highest riass; bit Work. QusrautasA Studio - - Near A.K. and i. Freight Offlw North of Budson's Bay Store , Baboness Road Lethbiiikui Yours truly. lethbridge, aSrd Nov. 1907. m Sid OITI Bought and Sold in Wholesale and ... Betail . Qnantitiaa Pboouok DblivImbo Loouxt Prioea by Carload may ba had as, Application Terina . Strlctlf Cash . EQUKD STRBlif ' 'i^l Kext door to BntarpruM) LsnbarOi: A'. 41 ;