Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
SALE V One whole page will not begin to tell you all that we are offering at special prices during our BIG TEN DAY SALE, nor yet can we conclude with this additional space, yet we feel that ih this issue we have been able to interest those who feally want to Suy and who 1^ jg^iiuinie biafgaittlsi^^ say genuine because the Hudsons Bay Stores will not and never did conduct other than a sincere sale. " ItXthe BAY'^S way of advertising." Come arid see for yourselif the dbll^r^ you can save on your fall purchases at this Tein Day Sale. Ends Til GREAT BARGAINS IN MEim FUR MEN'S RUSSUN 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....................................... '27.00 MEN'S FUR COLLARS. CAN BE AT-tached to any ovetcoat. in "German Beaver." UP FROM............................................. 15.00 MENS FUR DRIVING CAPS IN RAT, with folding ear flaps and drop front peak. EACH............................................14.75 ^ MEN'S WINTER PEAK CAPS; FUR LINED and wind guard in blue Beaver Cloth. Usual Price � .50. ^ 5 SALE PRICE...........................$1.50 BLACK NEAR-SEAL FOR DRiyiNJG CAP, Satin lined; Regular price $1.75. S-ALi; PRICE........... ......................... $1.50 LEATHER CAPS. WOOL LJtlf^^AR Covers, fold up inside. Sale PRICE.....................:. :.:..:;:$i:50 C.NN'.AS AND CORDUROY COATS WITH patent clupps; double breasted, with and wither t 8toi*ir. fronts. Lined tbroui;hout with ^6ep wool witii very high Wombat (dollar: FiiOJrl......................................... $6.00 is NAVY BLUE AND TWEEDS. ^ SA 1 1-MCE EACH ............ ...a., 25c; Telegraphic Brieft, Mucleod, Nov. 28.-The ibcrul Cun venlioii, for Iho rioipinatiorf oi a" c'au-diUiil�.rfb|- th^i. Comtnuiis is' in session hm-Q t^^ujSi^^^ . It is coiisiUurcd tliat eithcijiiii. iv^V'ltailiic Of I'incher Crceii OI- H. A. llacc oX-Al. U j\. of .High itivur will bo nomiuutt-'d ihe candidate (or till) Alaclcod constituency. Edmonton, Nov. 38.-The prowcu-tion of ttie liihiber combine case cloiji cd yesterday. The Chief Justice re' served judgement. ISdmOnton, NoV. 2S-Thiero aro now twenty-thixie coal n^iiios,^ in thm district wi'tii an oi*t,i�Ut.'lM"'2ai!0 *o'ns �ptr day. � . .SSiA.>^^"^'�^ Medicine Ha*, Ifov.vaa^fH^rin', 1)1., and Medicine HatXaifjtlvfi^ for the posi^aipu' oUW^J^t^^^t-pitA:heri who led. the ixague^-^^^ 1^^^ season a's pitcher.'ttnU..^Wbter. Peoria stands a ^ood chance of landing him much to manager' Bunny's conceffl. t, Attotker Wiirm huMi^-" niere is to be i ly be ft largo attendance loiu�r.'"i'V night. Great Reductions in MEN'S I MEN'S UNDERWEAR ALL WOOL, UN-shrinkable. Satin faced shirt with double breast. Usual p rice $2.50 the suit, $1.25 the ffarment. 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 UNED UNDERWEAR, "Sanitaiy Wool Fleece Brand" in striped, sateen faced. / Re(mlar price per suit $1.20, per gar meiit 60e. SALE PRIPE PER SUIT $1.00, PER GAR- ..... 50c. BARGAJNSIN LAP]E*S DRESSY SLIPPER IN WHITE KID, "THE THEO", Countess Louise hbel, white silk bow, imitation pearl buckle. Sells regularly .at $2.25. SALE PRICE $l.65i LADIES' VICI KID TOP WITH WHITE kid linine. Water proof, full rubber sole and rubber heel. Military shape, full laced bals^. Sells anywhere for $4.00 per pair; To clear sale week for PER PAIR................................ ...... $2.00 AND SHOES MENS GENUINE MOCHA WOOL LINED Gloves in men's sizes. Selling at $1.25. SALE PRICE.......................................75c. LADIES VICI KID, EDWARD C. BURT of Boston; Blud'ier walking shoe, very dressy, patent colt toe, gpod year welted, high military heel, very nice last and i�rcKi^ m8tep3|f iiSells regular $6.00. To - clear X iif"'- SALE WEEK .....I......'..........................^V HEAVY FELJV SLIPPERS IN AN ASSORT-ment of colois and styles, leather roIcs and heels. Also leli soles, i SALE PRICE PER PAIR........................:�3c. A NICE PAIR OP ROMEb 'fGAlTER) Slippers in felt or leather., TJiey ar i|ice and lighi and very comfortiablei and qllita dressy. Just tho thing for wearing around the house. PER PAIR ..................v.: .�..J:..^.>.^1.25 I �� ri v; A LOCAL BUDGET. Vni. F. Rowlands is visiting her Mm. R. Nimmons, North Ward Walker .Jell and Mrs. Drown, mf iMVincB, are gtutsita of Mm. Wm. V t the end of November. HapidenHiii picked some in his on TuMKliiy. Nov. 29. l^lLsiMdbar Belcher >or the R.N.vt.M. '|P. Is niitlrijw froni' the �orce after 'im�Hi91li9ht\ymin, otmer/iee. He iliMI RJBida iB^^uonton. rtis Sons of Bnglaad hftve rw�ived '� qkaUaofe Iron tlw Anclmt Order jtt VaiwtMni to play game of foot-Ckirhkawadi^y and have ac- ,, lUst week the Herald asked George |: ^ wim there. Kv^rybody reads the News \s wanted of John Paltarok-as, who left New York City about three months ago to work in Lath-bridge mines. He will please call at the post otHce or send word. W. Maxweill, brother-in-law of W. .\. Ott. was seriously injured at the bridge work on Saturday. Ho was hauling lumber down the hill when the load slipped on to the horsea which became unroanageabto and upset the load.. Bii?y had his ahoulder dislocated in the mix-up. The Maple Leaf MiMion Band of Knox Church gave a concert laat Fri day evening under the dineption of ita president, Miaa E. McClure. The programme conaisted of aongs and I rcicjtationg by . tha Jtwtlor mambem | ndflnnh fantaay by the older girlfl uncksr Mlaa Newton's aupervia-loh. Then waa a good, attendanoe and all enjoyed the intcnegting programme provided, A lot of (heiip notoriety hud by posing its a critic' ciin be The members of our W. C. T. U. have taken up the work of supplying our local construction camps with literature. All who wish to help in this work liy girts of magazineii, etc., kindly notify Mrs. A. E. Humphries, who will gladly forward the, sai^c.^,', S. �>. Barnes, organizer of the ('. O. C. F., has been in town the pafct week, and the prospects are good )'jr the organization of a local lodge in this city. A meeting was held r.n Monday night When quite a large number Kignif)G Another meeting will be held on Friday night when it, is expected a flour iahing council will be organleed. Already aeveral ludgea have been organiwd throughout the province and whan the Lethbrldge Lodg* ia formed there will be a sufficient number to entitle Alberta to-a District Council.\ THIS WKEK'S WEATHER i Friday, Nov^ 39^ J Sat., Nov. 23 I Sun., Nov. 4* . Mon., Nov. 25 iTuesday, Nov..36 Wed . Nov. 27^' Thurs,, Nov. 28 -- Max Hin. 46 30 44 81 43 32 46 '-. 29 46 I' BO 45.1 18 44 ':i 3^ LOST- yANTBD A good aoUiid horae,' about 1290 pounds. Apply Turpin f^irhiture Co. FOR SALE OR TRADE 1 bay marc, drives aiygle or doublu Will sell or trade for heavy horse with the remainder in cash, T. O. Shirley. ;' , ' ;dia Apply K An Exhibition of Gas. 6n Monday and'-TuoSclay evenings there were given exhibitioiW-at the gins-well that gave some idci of tho amount of gas ali^ady found at tho well. The pipe had boon dropped in ag aiii and the flow of g^s capped. When it was lighted the flames shot up ten fast from the pipe add such was the foiwo that a space of four fc9t intervened between the pipe and the flame. A large crowd assembled and wene greatly pleased with what they saw. Such a strong flow of leakage gas indicates a pocket of gas t high pressure below. v SoMHbStort On Monday lai^., a deal was piit through, by whfch E. E. Reynolds, auperhitondem of the Diamond Coal Mihea'disposed of his store there to a Mr. Dalrymple of this city who has recently moved out from England. -^-�- Sole Of Work On Tuesday, December 3rd, the Ladies Aid of Wesley Church will hold their big;,sale of ladies woric and cooking in (the'basement of tho church, commencing at three o'clock.'-The ladies atve preparing a very fine assortment of work, much of which will be particularly suitable for Chrlstmo.^; presents.: v. Aii^MMr OM TteMi' Com T%e'-Hat of the old-timers bf this distriot:: is gradually growing leas. La�it T^desday death topic .away one of the oldest, in the fiersoii of John R. E^ikvia, who has been a resident of ibis^part of the west for about twenty'flve ywars. In the early days before .the railroad Mr. D�vis used to do. freighting ami became one of the moat widely known roeh in the West. , He was a very young man when V caiin^ to the Went,'being only foPty-slii!^ . when he died! He leaves a widow, a daughter aged sixteen and two sons, aged twelve and six years. About t�n years ago, Mr. Davis through an illness lost his e}i3sigh( and his lived retired on his ranch about, eight miles north of the city along the Belly River. Mr. Davis was noted in the early days for being probably the best educated man around, his favorite way of spending his spare time being in reading, the, Latin and Greek authors with which he wtw very familiar. The funeral takes place this afternoon under the direction of the Masonic order among whoin he was an honomi mcni,l>cr. nwMlpMlilihNtli^ that it is tims you had another kiad of "Spwa':, aad here is th* plaes to be sure of getting the wary higheat grade of them at fair cost. We take particular paina to eumlne carefully tika eyas of our eustomora, as to be sura of supplying the eorTaet Isnaea to auH tiM individual alght. We have baen amimntly aueoaaaful in doin^ thia in. the: pant, and ..Ifstve built up. a .raputatioa for very careful and accurate work, � X Afmstrong JEWELER EUaBAVEH OPTICIAN Aaonttor B^LL.PIANOS Oa You Wish to ? I have 4 fine loid 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 Idevator s\Xid mills for only $17^ each. W. R. DOBBIN , D^l�r iB'Pa�in,X�nds and Lethte douthar|BlbcM;Jie^br^(je;Alta. ^ �Ph�w�el22 -CASTIUAN BOOTS" JTr^HB trend of ftahion to womcn'a ahorn ia best wpieeaad by our new "Qoaan Quality" CutilUut Boats, The fortpafta and vampa art ahertar; tha ahanks raoie archedr-tha haela Uglier. On the foot this givaa the aC> fcct efa amaller aize. Women evaiyw where admire thaae pratty atylaa. They ara now "aB the rage." Thii genaine are jio be had onty at thia aiore. In Kid, |3.M; Patanta, |4.M: other "Qnaan Quall^" atylea $34)0. FRED SOW & GO. Be Minil of the Crowd Too will be able to, look a^nd better. Wo will be able to-give yon more time, and seleotiodvi, will be imctically untoncheflV Teg, it*i a great deii bB^tor'to do your Holiday .Baying |t�C a* �opn** ever you can. Any articles that you qhqoBe now will be laid Hside for yon until the eventful moment. Then yjpn will have notbine lb do but call aidd get them. Or if >you with we will be ghid to leave tbeni at your bouse. R. n, WRIGHT Letbbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store ,^ Phones 165 and 166 Eye Specialist in charge of Optical .JDepArtment DON'T BUY The Material for your shed, :'bBm or house tintiU yoo have seen our Finatt material on the market at oloeest "price" yet Carload each of fnah Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster . asd. Cepueat in tiDdt. ; Eogers-Ciinx3iB|^h Lumber Co.� Ltd. IriUrHK Tittf, ttMi}, Iqpoil^ lifritl, UnUf Herald Ads. Bring Results.