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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta .........�M,n,,������������������...................J You can't make Good Cakes and Puddings with poor stale ingredients |Get the Bett : We Hive It WftlMtt ,.....' Naw Seltut fttJtiaft Neji Mustftttli / 7 New Crow* Telle leiifaM fee Nets Shelled Walnuts ? ''4fBw PEELS Balgers A 1 grade Citron, Orange, Lemon V. Shelled Almonds 1 JplXED PEELS elreedy e�t ree*> for �m it Ilk M�fc�t^ i MINCE MEAT �W�liiyt- Coe^ee. Mlece Mm! to Scheie. Weee Meet hi *Y -\ taste  j ifr SLE DELICACIES" Ktta'MtotiMtDfiMlttf, Heieif Chtstaey Sevee, Httmi � faUlt Itelieh, "Qeeee OUW g. MaLaree'e Cheeee, Lee* Rerrie* Settee, A. Macdcmald r> Co. ltav. William Hold will conduct a service next Sunday afternoon iti tho homo of P. kane, North Ward. A. T. Woods t*�tll alng. ttvotybody. is In- VH�tl.  The Executive of District 1� ot U.M.W. of A. havo liwuotl tha nail to the fifth annual convention which w(l| 1* held In this city ,J on Wcdatoday, December 11th, >..- Dr. B. C. MeCluro on Wednesday raeelleri a telegram telling of the death of hla mother at Brampton, Ont. Me will leave for the Bast on Saturday night., On Sunday forenoon, in ur �t,t maximum quantKy of good got-Os at the minimum prices-such prices. 1'articuiarly attractive are the offerings in the house furnishing department. For instance the ridiculously low prices on carpet and rugs -praolcttllyjjlv^ng^thcmjwa^^^ BElNC fflttSsAKf M�* COMFOAtAM*. iTrlMiy t&mavi a SiPftr wrowfv THATHA5 TrtrCOOOX Buster SRowmv tit 4*' 1 1 �> Jubilee Westey Church. Sat., Nov. 30 Admission - - 75c and $1.00 Plan at Higtabothom's Tho increasing wholesale cost of goods compels me to put uiy bus-ui(!88 on a cash busis on nud ufter Dec. 1st. v J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. "low's the dq aid niiw's the hour" to until your cousins arnms ttn> swi one or itxire �f our mnny suHnlilo nrlidoN for miiiliiiK to lli>c Singers! "Ka.stvrn prices In tho Fur WcbI," u|i|m>iii\hI in I>'thliri�l(�s. iii>�rly thnv.iH tin- ItiHIiT wuy lo tk*l({nnl* still iviiumiiI)im>hI siiKiTity of tint clothing bnrjtnlns. t\n the BroilU'st -troii|i over In lh*> . Fancy geltint; a ruul �liv�sy suit ot city. ji'lirtlics or nn uvvrvimt. well inailo "IU-koIvikI that the country ��>'' nml limil IhroiiRhniit with tho lw�t , hn� nion> mlvanliiffos than tho city 1 imiU>ri Fnurth Class 1.Horary [for two dollars nml 11 Imlf.-Toronto I are all works of art. as they are all, |,,t IVIilny nfi.-inoon. Th�> nlllrmn- prUvs in l.. ' live wns nplicM l>y Viola Moor,.. Kn- ! Th,. ia.thl>rlilgi>. who Ihli'i'ti Keailo and I>K more and tho WKutive "''I*' the nfllriiiittlve side \ the price* Just as nitod. Tlwrt* should hud tho �m�nl of the nrRUinent ami jnot lie a need to nen�l east for dress New^Vhitney Block Phone 251 1st door west of Union Bank J. O. Ilobortson w�nt to' Calgary oa Tuesday. I Frank Thomas Was a Sunday via-1 itor at Frank. C. A. Magrath returned from the �ast on Tuesday night. Dr. A. T. Condell left on Saturday night for Vancouver, B.C. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P.. leK tor Calgary laat night on court business Mr. and Mrs. W. A. lluchanan aro �x|iect. Austin was in Maciooil on I Sunday, prvuchiug for liov. W. A. Ijowis, tho Methodist ininisAor, who wuh in Olds. C.l'.R, Superintendent J. S. Irfiwr-onoo, of Medicine Hat, accoin|ianled by his wife and family, spent Sunday in Ix'thbrldgc. J. W. McKoown and wife left on Monday for Liverpool sailing by the Empress of Ireland leaving St. John N.Ii., tomorrow. The large road roller owned by tho city has done some good work this wock on Round street putting tho boulders out of sight. Geo. Walker and family loft on Monday morning for Liverpool, via the "Empress of Ireland", sailing Nov. 29 from St. John, N.II. Mrs, Fritz Sick and four children left on Sunday morning for Now York, Bailing from there for Hamburg via Kaiserine Augusta Victoria cf the Hamburg-American llnfe. ' J. Iloomer of Iron Springs, was In the city yesterday. Th. Viliert, inspector of banks returned to the city. C. Hohs Tate spent Sunday .at his home in Cranbrook, B.C. Harry Kllncr, who has spent several months at Providence, It.I., has Were therefore entitVwl So ,tlw liocls-ion. A few other numbers as chor. goods with such a stock at hand to choose from Then too, the Hudson H. Enkin, of the Bank of Commerce; staff at Macleod spent a few affair, covers being laid for ten. The days ylsiting his brother J. I. ICakin Frank Buttock, who has been staying with his brother-in.law A. L. Fos ter, returned to his home in 'tho cast for the Union Batik Is in the city Miss J. K. Wright spent the vvok-end with friends in I'lnchor. Creek. Arthur Bryan has taken a position on the Hudson Bay staff as collector W. J. Armstrong and E. Kirkham were Sunday visitors up in the Pass. . Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sherlock have.0" Mtmday morn,n�-returned from an oaten** trip to | JJ-Jj.^ are .Ijlng W The new kindergarten school will | wlt>� timothy fdr ^hc/ same price uij^ probably bo ready for occupation by iua,|i' i**'" ,or pm'r'o hay. ( . next Monday. I Mrs. F. (loin, who bus kept a Mrs. Rlgby is reported to bo vory , bonrl,ln� ho,,BO on n"uml Rt ,or Kt'v ernl years, leaves next week for Evan, near Itetl lXvr, where sho will reside. Hr. I). Jackson. uses, solus and recitations, made Hay Store employs a competent stall last Friday's Literary one of tho [of dross makers most Hucrcssful of the term. Edmonton Saturday Np*�-A lun-cheon was given liy- Mnr.^W. A. Buchanan, wife of the Provincial -Librarian, and was ,a,UVry delightful ill at the homo of hor daughter, Mrs. L. M. Johnstone. table was centred with an e*vornl parties ! lit-v- who has liivn at the sanitarium have left tills week for Euro|h>. hav- ing pirchasod thoir tickets here. The numerous friends of Mr. anil Mrs. W. (!. .Muir of Couldale are con- | nt itarrio for several months, has returned to his lioine ut (Minion. Out. Hr. Warnoi'k, of I'imher Cruek, whose name is proiuiiieiitly mention- gratiilnting them on the birth of ! wl '�� �>nnect 1011 with the IJIkmhI no city on Tues- �ninntitiu, was in tlu �'ay. J. K. Proctor, of Culgnry. C. 1*. H. district passenger, was in the city tlieir K-cond son on Nov. 2H. Hoth loot her and infulit are doing well. Mr. I). II. Gordon of the IJank of Commerce, has gone tu Winnipeg to recuperate from tho effects of a recent .vestal-clay on ollleial business. An uttuck ol lypluiid. Mr. II. N. Shaw, '"'Proved ticket service may lie look-of Lethbridge, is here on relieving wl for' duty.-Medicine Hat Nows. I On Snttuiiin>', Nov. 30. Ijothhridgo U. King got his hands sovorly burn Ik lo have a real treat, the Williams ed on Weilnosday morning putting , l)ixio 'ubilue Singers. This company out a Hie at tlte residence of T. M. Evans, Burtlobt St. He was hoat-lng somo oil with which to oil the floor when it took Are. Mr. King man uged to beat out the fire which had caught on tho linoleum, and wood work. The C. P. H. aro issuing special holiday rales from Lethbridge to points in the United States. To St. Paul and return tho rate is 145.85, and to Chicago and return is 156.85. Rates in proportion are given to oth er cities. Siieclal rates to Ontario and tho Coast are also given. Don't miu tar Dixie Siagm ia WctUy Ctairelv-Sfttara'ay formerly consisting of seven memliers now has eight, having hath male and female quartettes, and Is well known in most of tho largo towns in WeBtr orn Cunada. St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Winn'.|>eg. has had tho Dixies twice, tho Young Men's Club at Brandon, three times, and the Methodist Church at Calgary four times, increasing their pay $25 each subsequent time. Last May, in Thistle Rink, in Edmonton, tho Dixies gave thoir sacred concert to 3,000 nooplo. For throe years they were In tho Col umbian Lyceum Bureau of St. Paul and were tho most |iopula( of tho Bureau's forty attractions. They aro' generally considered tho best jubilee company in the United States. I With one exception, they are all chit �dren of former slaves, To tne Ratepayers of the City of Lethbridge Having Ween asked to allftw myself to be nominated i>>r tho ollU-e of Muyor for the City of Lethbridge for 1008, 1 have consented to do so. In soliciting your votes and influence, I assure you, that if elected, I will do my utmost to promote tho welfare uf tho city ami to have its 11 ftalis conducted on a business-like, and economical manner, and will endeavor in all things to give everyone a square doal. Yours faithfully, WMifMlMwil Nana sa. THE new CLOAK*?? CLOAK*? Altc CAf-R1CIOUJ. .STYLE CHA�5E� .STYLE AS *sun -YOU, however* these vALUEatt ; "Sr ? LADIES COATS IN EVERY JI2E, colors AND.STYLE. PLAIN ILACKaf WITH TRIM-. v MINGS or VELVET $10.00. (LACKS TRIMMED WITH VELVET AND TAIfCY (RAIDS $19.00. DARK PLAIDS AND UROKEN CHECKS. TRIMMED WITH VELVET, (RAID AND TANCY M/TTONS. $1 J.50, 12.50 AND 14.00. DARK STRIPES AND TANfiY MIXED ' PLAIDS, WITH 6I(S0N SHOULDERS $14.50, 17.50,20.00. 5ROKEN PLAIDS IN VARIOUS SHADES or 6REENS, BROWNS, NAVYS AND GREYS, ALL GOOD SERVICEABLE COATS, WELL MADE AND WELL LINED,$ 1 4.00 To 25.-o0 RESPECTFULLY, The Bentley Company, Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Prompt Delivery Telephone 33  i 'J y C.B. MINARO'S COLtoS, aVO. UN1MKN1 CURB3 To the Ratepayers of the CityofLethbridge (iontlemen:- Having recelvoil a requisition of uptvards of two hundred influential ralcpajers to stand for Mayor, for the ensuing year, I have after careful consideration, consented. If elected, 1 propose to endeavor U�onnit. in order to pr$!iote furthur industries in the city T believe it is advisable that the boring for gas should bo continued, until wu are reasonably assured of its futility and that tho work should be pushed on cnorgutical ly. This I will endeavor to carry out, in such n way that the interests of the city will bo fully safeguarded and the benefits will not accrue ulono to any individuals. I am personally disatisflud with the poor condition of the streets. If elected, I will endeavor to havo tho streets profierly graded and put in a permanently good condition, as far as possible. 1 wilt endeavor to have the water system more efficient and capable of Only Two More Days at JORUMS IHHII HUE Here are a few tf the Many Bar|alis we arc tfferiej t~ W* are clearing the well-known C.B.O. line of Coraett, and aiw offering the La Bonita at 80c-a very pretty French model. Another it the Hiawatha at 39c. We are aure that thii Conet will give 70a the best of Mtittaction. Alaska Down Comforters, in 2 weights, to clear at $1.90 & 92.35 Special 5 o'clock Tea Covers at each....... ...-......... .85c Men's Shirts in all sizes and qualities at from.............39c Children's Hose-We have 2 lines marked at a pair, 10c and 25c TORTOISE SHELL CRUBS-A set of four pieces, selling regularly ut 50c, sulu price.......................'.......30o Ladies' Embroidered Linen Collars to clear at............10c Ladies' Coats have been reduced from 20 to 50 per cent G. H. Johnston giving an ot)tiitnhln and sufllcient supply to all parts of the city for ull purposes. In order that all parts of the City should l�e proiurly represented on tho Council I shall endeavor to secure a bylaw dividing tho City into wards for municipal election purposes as provided by tho City Charter. And, gentlemen, if you elect mo, I will generally use my whole time and ability in directing your atfulrs for tho beat interests of tho city, in an economical, careful, and yot progressive manner. Yours 'truly, WM. HU�I 'Lethbridge, 33rd Nov. 1907. Tie RillrieJ HlKhest Huaa of Work Ouaraut Studio - - Near A.It. and I. Freight Olfiaa North ot Hudson'* Bay Store Baboness Road Lethbbidcw WW and OUT! Bought and Sold in Wholesale and ... Retail . Quantities Pboduoe Delivebeu Looallt Prices by Carload may be had om, Application Terms  Strictly Cash Easton Hyd# ROUND STREET Y Nest door to Enterprise LniiifewQw- B./8D ;