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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta One Wceh More of Borqoins before moving. Read some of the great reductions to clear out stock. A Big Saving in Men's Overcoats Kxtra good quality Men's I'rieao Overcoats, heavy lining, storm collar, all sizes, great value 9.00. special 7.25 A Great Showing of Fancy Linens We have the largest assortment of Fancy Linens ever shown in Lethbridge. Pattern Table Cloths. Five O'ClocIc Tea Cloths, indrawn work, and heavily embroidered Tray Cloths, Sideboard Drapes and Fancy Doylies. All suitable Christinas gilts. Our prices are the very lowest. 1.70 Ladies* Flannelette Wrappers Very best quality Ladies' Wrappers, made of extra good Wrapiwrette, nicely trimmed with bruid, and deep flounce, all sizes, Regular price 2.00, special...................'1 70 Two Specials NO CHANCE FOR BRIDGE A truffle bridge In connection with the new CP.It. high level bridge, was knocked in the head tliia week, when vice president Whyte, of tho C. 1'. 11. sent the president of tho Hoard of Trade the following let lor: Referring to your telegram of Mth Hist, and my reply oM5lh Inst, with rvspoct 'to trufllc facilities lit connection wHth our bridge over the Meily llivor. In view of the fact that tho work in connection with our bridge Ss already under way and all our plus completed, and consideration of a trufllc addition would necessitate reconsideration of all our plar.s add tho design ot the bridge and serious delay to the construction, to our Executive would, ami I think rightly strenuously object. | Therefore, although 1 greatly r�-! grot tho necessity, lhave to Inform | you that it would hardly be possible | for us to consider this trafllc featuro 'any further at this late date. We are 'always willing to do anything in our power to assist, our friends^ I nt ' \ think you will agree with inb that ; It would l>e rather too much to usk tthal wo suspcr.d operations pending I tho consideration of a trufllc add it imnum......�..................... Good-Looking Feet! in Can only be had by wearing well-made stylish Boots. Try the Barry -a swell Shoe for men. ABOVE ALL e Women's 24 pairs Women's Fine Donnola Lace Boots. Cuban heel, all s:zes, regular 1.75 pair, while they lust---- 30 pairs Women's Fine Quality Dongola Button Boots, Cuban heel, and a stylish boot, all sizes, Our regular price is 2.00, special at........... BOOTS 1.40 1.75 1 75 Men's Fine Neckwear Just received by express about 25 dozen Gents' Ties iu all the newest designs and colorings. See our large assortment. Ladies' Caps at* 40c. A large assortment of Ladies1 Caps in a variety of shapes and colore, all new and up-to-date. Regular 75c. and 90c. quality, special 40c. 40c. HUDSON'S BAY LETHBRIDGE CO. all interest is focussed on Christmas. And what line of business would yon say receives most attention ? Guess jewelry and you'll guess right. It occupies the first place in the hearts of nil- young and old. Pon't let OIT! display escnpe you Months ago we decided to be in a position to say to Christmas shoppers-"Here is n (Tiristnms Jewelry display that for size, for merit, for vnriety. for generous values DEMANDS your attention " now we say it-and every word of it is the truth. It is certuin that we have never invited tho people to view tin offering epiite us tempting. Tho price range of presents reaches from a few cents to hundreds of dollars. It includes articles to make glud tho hearts of all. our invitation to visit us is extended to all. That means you Take your time to view our showing thoroughly. Ask about qualities. Get prices. Find out all you wish about everything in which you are interested. It's none too soon to do the choosing. We nro glad to lay aside all selections. R. A. WRIGHT, The Jeweler Phones 165 and !&�>. SOCIETY TALK. jof her father mid has been detained there fur bomo tune oy illnoss in her ~-- j fanrily. is expected home this week. Miss Hardy of Lothbr.dgo, in spend- j -- ing a few du>* with Miss ltiuhio I A number of ladios availed them-Vaughan Struct.- Winnipeg Five J^'lvcs of tho opportunity given llu-in Press. on Tuesday and Wednesday after - ___ ; noons of this week of calling on Mrs. Great Kalis Tribune: At St. Anna !� A. Wright. The pr-uty n.-w home cathedral yesterday forenoon at U :Jo o'clock took place tho ceremony unit, ing \n marriage Miss Annie llugn-H of Teton county to Mr. Orson IKmiv-mon of Sweet (Jrnss, the ceremony was performed by llov. Father Thorn us IHtelun of Augusta. The young couple wuh attended by Miss MniH Murray and Mr Kd. Hughes, the letter u brother of tho bridu. Tho yo ing couple wuh other members of the \vi a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lvt.-r Muglws rifiiding on the Marias was tastefully d.-coratcd with lar^o yellow muiiLs ami smllux. The bride a dainty cmbroidcried goivi, of white mull, wus ussistod in re � ceiving by Iwr mother-in-Inw. Mrs. Wright of Medicine Hat, while Mrs. Martin graciously attended to th.-duties of the tea room. ion to the bridge. This letter does not fit in with a letter Mr. Whyte addressed to tho Board of Trado on July 27 last. It ' rend as follows: j In continuation of my letter of w bridge should bo built for railway and trafllc purposes, j As you can appreciate 'this is a big , problem in bridge building end it i will take some time to study out what the difference will Vo -between a combined highway and railway bridge and a structure for ruilwiv! purposes only. however as soon as 1 can simimit fiu-ures to your board i will be pleased to do so. The news thut no consideration could be given to liethbridge's for a truffle bridge camo as a thunderbolt and caused a lot of com  ment. A meeting of the Hoard of J was hold on Tuesday evening to consider the mutter. j It was decided to send a telegram j to Mr. Woodman, a Winnipeg ar-.-ii-I itect through Mr. Hylands. request -I ing him to interview Mr. Whyte and jasecrtu^n if any consideration of tho | trntllc bridge is possible at this date and wire approximate cost. Mr. Whyte wired today as follows: 'The pluns thut have been adopted for the bridge will not lend than selves without huge expense to a trafllc attachment. The contract has been let for tin? steel nnd tho prolmbility is it wotdd seriously delay the work to change the plans now. Mr. Woodman culled today ami 1 promised him in.s|>eet-ion of the pluns as soon us they reach here from Montreal." FRED GOW & CO. Ktuvessore to the late W. T. Henson Kimonas, Dressing Gowns Linen Drawn Work, Piano Covers from Japan Now on our Counters for tale. G. H, Johnston. Lnrly doting. Alta., Nov. Miss Patteson will receive on th.' second Tuesday of each month. Mrs. J. A Taylor, of Toronto, is to Ik- the guest of Mrs. (I. It. Vimi-man Deceml>er. On her w;vsitions on the staff were received from Misses Margaret Law son, Mary McLellnn und Dluncho Curry. E. Oxlaml asked that olectric lights i (orco be placed In the up|>er rooms of the central school. Tho Electric Light Co. will be asked for its motor rate nnd if satisfactory the lights will I c installed. Trustee Johnston was appointed a committee to arrange, with Mr. Hur-per for leaching inus.c in tho public schools, providing satisfactory terms cun lie made. It wus decided not to establish night classes as there were not a sufficient number of applications. Lethbridge To the Ket!tion. Young men. who work in our business places all day. ura certainly entitled to rn evening's ro�t, but somo merchant", by keeping open, aro either going to the adoption of eurly ilo.ln(j to A LOCA BUDGET. The F.Iks meet tonight. Gun Club bull to-morrov. night. A. Chisholuk left today on a trip to Butte. Mrs. Stewart bus moved into the house recently erected by Mr. Chcll. Miss Noilson, sister, of Mrs. J. Moe. went to Mncleod yesterday to attend thj Hospital ball. W. G. Hunt, manager of the Mousey Harris Co. for Alberta is in the cil.v today. Tho fumilies of W. W. l"ettrson anil J- T. I^iifilihh urrived from Cobourg. Ont., totluy. The Hospital Ladies' Aid meets at Mrs. (leo. itogors Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. Win. Taylor of the C.P.U. had h'.-s linger budly smashed yesterday by l>eing struck by a heavy maul. J. P. Hanson, the saw mill man, was hero last week preparing for tho erection of his mill hero. Itesorved seat tickets for the Co.k-vllle Coon Minstrels on Dec. (Vth, wilt Ix- on sale at iliginhotham'h to-morrow morning. T. e. Patteson has alivady sold ten lots at Diamond City. Nino ether lots have )>ecn disposed of too. Diamond City tots are selling fust. Tho Ladles Mil of Wesloy Church is holding a sale of fancy work on Tuesday afternoon next. Dec. -1th in tho basement of the church. A good opportunity to buy Christmas gifts. The annual election of officers oi 'he Ancient Order of Foresters takos place next Monday night. All members uro rcrjiiostod to attend. In many rases ,t is very essential that a etnvtemplalcd change of affairs on the part of a hits'.in.** man shouldiuot be generally known, and in such cases usually the business man is ready and willing to make a great sacrifice of one thing or another in order to pain his goal. Therefore oft -n Opportunity wears velvet slippers." Dissolve Partnership. Drs. Mew burn and Galbraith w 11 dissolve purtitership at tho end of tho year. Dr. tlalbralth will localo In a suNto of attires in the new llig-Inbathnnv block. And I have for sale not misfortunes, but Miss Fortune's slippers. They were her mascots. They must he sold at onee. Tho upshot bid is f 1.0U0.U). See mo to-day if you wish an extraordinary investment in city property. rOLONMBATION SCHEME. A gentleman reprosonttng a French Syndicate who propose to sottlo lOO.noo acres ot land with French lienple. was in tho city this week. W. M. Barber, the woll known decorator nnd incidentally hnsoba.l playor, will he married this evening to Miss Etta Taylor, daughter  f IVm TayJnr Mrs. W. D. L. Hardio, son and daughter, leave for Toronto tomorrow nnd will bo iolnod hy tho M'ssos Hardio lit Winnipeg. Thoy will spend Hie winter in Toronto where Ihov hava taken a residence on floxbor -ough St. east. Mrs. J. F. Ilodgers, who was called suddenly to Brandon by the death BASEBALL MATCH. Surely this is Sunr.y Alberta. A hiiseball match is to take place on Saturday afternoon on tin squu^. between a fast bunch of printers tnd a team from the Balmoral hotel. by-law or compel all the stores keep open for self protection. The public can assist in ths early closing movement by not pal rnnUWig stores, which keep open uftor s'x o'clock at night. Suroly purchases can l� made fn tho day tinw. There 1* no reason why tho clorks should *>e compelled to work Ions' hours, and will not be, if the merchants, who have been keepinic open at night will close. New C. P. R. System. Mil. VltOOMAN WILL RUN. G. L. Vrooman. after much per  suasion from many citizens, has connentod to bo a candidate for Alderman. This Is good nevs a* Mr. Vrooman Is an enterprising citizen, and he would Riv� excellent service nt. the Council board. Tho C.P.rt, is placing nn operator; at the Junction. It will ho his duly to direct operations at Mont-m.t j Junction, tho s.dins on the line to' Mnclond and tho sidinir to tho Hereafter the frrtirht for Itothibridgf will l*> detached from truins at the Junction nnd broueht into the cltv by the yard engine. Freight froln ljothhrklge will be taken out to �h� Junction, whore trains will lw made tip. This system is being folloved in order to relievo tho congestion in the local yards. j ' To Strike Lethbridge. Tho Canadian Pacific Hail way to. will apply to Parliament at .ts present session lor an act to construct the following liiu's of railway in tho provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta: 1- A line from a pornt. in township 0, 7. H or t�. range !I0 west, of the second principal iner.dlan. in n westerly tHivol'ion to a connection with the Crow's Nest Pass branch between range 10 west, ot the fourth | principal meridian and Lethbridge, a distance of about B50 m.les. 2. A lino from a point on the proposed revision nf tho Crow's Nest Pass branch in township 10, runge 2.1 or 21 west, of the fourth prtn -cipal metldiar. in a northerly diroc -I tion to a point in township 15, 10, �17 or 18, rango 22. 2a or 21 wost, Jof the fourth principal, a distance of ahout 50 miles. No. l, as far as tho Herald can make out -would run from Sheho, on 1 ho York*on branch, in Chin or Tabor and then Into Lethbridge. while No. 2. wotibl run from Kipp north to tho Little ikiw. Leth (without the bridge) Alberta ltoom 1. Southartl Block Pl.o e 122. WANTED HY THE ROOMS TO RENT. In convenient locality, w.cely fur-nisho