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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta only one Weeh More of before moving. Read some of the great reductions to clear out stock. A Big Saving in Men's Overcoats Kxtru good quality Men's FrieEoOver-ooata. heavy lining, storm collar, all sixes, great value ft.OO, speciul 7.25 A Great Showing of Fancy Linens We have the lai^fest assortment of Fancy Linens ever shown in Lethbriilge. Pattern Table Cloths, Five O'Cloc's Tea Cloths, indrawn work, and heavily embroidered Tray Cloths,Sideboard Drapes and Fancy Doylies. All suitable Christinas gilts. Our prices are the very lowest. 170 Ladies' Flannelette Wrappers Very best quality Ladies' Wrapiwrs, made of extra Rood Wrap|�erette, nice\y tTimmed with braid, and deep flounce, all sizes, Begular price 2.00, 8i)e(Mal................. . .'1 70 Two Specials in Men's Fine Neckwear Just received by express about 25 dozen Gents' Ties in all the newest designs and colorings. See our large assortiuent. Women's BOOTS 24 pairs Women's Flue Dongola Lace Boots, Cuban V heel, all s'zes, regular 1.75 pair, while they last---- 1 30 pairs Women's Fine Quality Dongola Button 1 ^ t Boots, Cuban heel, and a stylish boot, all sizes,    Our regular price is 2.00, special at......................1 75 Lagn�;i of Teton county to Mr. Orson l>3mr-mon of Sweot Urass, the ceremony' was performed by Uev. Father Thoni us Pholan of .\ugu.�ta. The young couple wa.s alleuded hy Miss Ma'.itain3(?day and Wednesday after -noons of this week of calling on Mrs. U. A. Wright. The praity new home was tafftefully decorated with lar^je yellow mnnis nnd sinilax. Tl� bride wei\r;ng a dainty cmbroideri�d gown of white mull, was assisted in re -ceiving hy hsr roothor-in-law, Mw, Wright of Medicine Hat, while Mrs. Martin graciously attBdr. On her wa> we.'ft she will remain over at Winnipeg as the guest of l.ttdy McMillan at Oovei-nraont House. The niairiage is announced to have taken plnco on Tuesday at Bideford P.El., of a popular Bdmontonyoung man, Mr. M. .1. Mcljcod, deputy provincial treasurer, and a former mayor of Lacombe to Miss Daisy W.ll -iams. Mr. and Mrs. McLcod will Ijo assured of a hearty welcome on ih,->ir return to Edmonton early in Dacom-ber.- Edmonton Saturday News. TO USE OUR GRAINS. A. E. Humphries has reci^ived a coRMnunication from Bm Daviis. Canadian agent at Great Falls, asking HlKjut the prices of grains ha.-e nnd the rate on carload lots from heit! to Groat Falls. He says thi; R6j-al Millingi Company of that :-ity has become interested in our gra'in* and wants to \im OASES FOR THE COURT. , The Wst of coKosior tho Supi-omo Court next Tuesdays are as follows:. r.'.'r. . Crinrinal.-Rcx_.jy�, Margaret Tod appoal from coBViotlon; ilr^x vs. Ooo. ti. Vro�nuib, n and daughter, leave lor Toronto tomorrow and will be ioincd by the M'.sse.s Hardie �t WinrUpcg. ThDy will spend the wfnter in Toronto where they have taken n residence on Roxbor-ough St. Mint. BAHEBAIiL MATCH. Surely this is Sunr.y Alberta. A baseball match is to take place on Saturday afternoon on th-i squa'-fl, tietween a fast bunch of ^printtors imi i\ team from the Ttalmoral hotel. l�thbrjdse, Alta., Nov. To the Ecifctor, y;r,-We, the undersigned employees of the various stores in this city Deg to 'bring to the notice oi those business men who continue doing business after six o'clock in me evenir.g thoit it is our intention to agitate the passing ot an EAUIA' CIX>aiNO BV-1.A\V, immediately. In case this undertaking should -.ct prove successiul tho merchants oi' this city who now closo the.r places of business at six o'clock are- prepncd we might ask those who do not cio.�.t! at the regular hour to consitlar the advisability of doing so and thus lire vent any further steps having to be taken in the matter. Tho Herald is in accord with the sentiments of this i)etition. Young men, who work in our business places all day, are certainly entitled to rn evening's rest, but some merchaniR, by keeping open, are either going to force tho adoption of rarly closing by-law or compel all the stores to keep open for self protection. The public can assist in 'tha early closing movement by not patronising stores, which keep open after s'x o'clock at night. Surely purchnstiR can tw made (n tl�e day tinva. There is no reason why the clerks sliould ib compelled to work Ion* hours, nnd will not be, if the merdiants. who have been keepinir open at night will close. A LOCA BUDGET. The Elks meet tonight. Gun Club ball to-morx-ov. night. A. Chisholm left today on a trip to Butte. Mrs. Stewart bos moved into the house recently erected by Mr. Chell. Mias Ncilson, sister, of Mrs. .J. Moe, went to Macleod j-csterday to attend the Hospital ball. \V. G. Hunt, manager of the Mos-scy Harris Co. for Alberta is in the city today. The fam'ilies of W. W. Pearson and J. T, English arrived from Cobourg, Ont., today. The Hospital Ladies' A'id nujcts at Mrs. Geo. Rogers Saturday afternoon at four o'clock. Wm. I'aylor of the C.P.R. ha>d h'ts finger badly smashed yesterday by being struck by a heavy maul. .). P. Hanson, the saw nuill man, was here la.9t week preparing lor the erection of his utill hero. Resorv*^ seat tickets for the Covk-vllle Coon Minstrels on Dec. 6th. will be on sale at Uiginbothara's to-morrow morning. 1". E. Patteson has already sold ten lots at Diamond City. Nino ether lots have been disposed of too. Diamond Cit.v lots are selling fast. Tho Ladies Aid of Wesley Chun-.h is holding a sale of fancy work .in Fuesday afternoon next, Dec. 4th in the basement of the church. A good opportunity to buy Christmas gifts. The annual election of officers oi the Ancient Orrttsr of Foresters, takes place next Sljonday night. All nwinr hers arc reqjucstod to attend. In man.v .t is very es.sential that a contoniplatotl change of affairs on tho part of a buijliuess man shouldinot '1)C generally known, and in such cases ii.sually tlie business man is ready and willing to make a groat sacrifice of one thing or another in ordor to gain his goal. Therefore often Opportunity wears velvet slippers."  1 Dissolve Partnerthip. Drs. Mcwburn and Oalbraith w.ll dissolve partnership at *thc end of the year. Dr. Oalbraith will locate in a sufttc of offices in the now Ilig-inbothaftv block. COLONIZATION SCHEME. Agentjeman representing a French Syndicate who propose to settio 100.000 acres ot land with Fi-enrh people! was 'in tho city this w;eck. To Strike Lethbridge. Mr�. J, P. Rodgers, who was called suddenly to Brandon by tb* death MR. VnOOMAN WILL RUN. a. L. Vrooman, after nwich per  Ruasion from many citisMna, has consentod to be a candidate tor Al-itertiiiin. 'This is good neva �� Mr. Vrooman is an enterprising c*ti�en. and he would Klv* exoellent service at th�> Council board. New C. P. R. Syttea. The C.P.R. is placintr on operator at the iunction. It will be his dut.v to direct operations at Mont'iiui function, the.s-.dina: on the line to Macleod and the sidinir to the e.ixt. Hereafter tho freSirht for liOthlbridgi' will be detached from trains at tho Junction and broucht into the. dtv by the yard engine. Freicht froln Ijelhhridge will be taken out to .*hi! Junction, whore tra>nH will Iw n?ado �p. This By�t�m is heinit followed in order to relievo tbo jcoBgottion in tbe local y�rds. The Canadian Pacific Railway Co. nill lipply to Parliament at -.ts present session for an act to construct the follow'ing linos of railway in tho provinces of Saskatchewan, and Alberta: 1. A lino from a pornb in township 0, 7, 8 or 9, range 30 west, of the second principal mer.dian, in a woiit-orly d'iraot'ion to a connection with tho Crow's Nest P�W8 branch bu -twecn range 16 west, al the fourth principal meridian and Leihbridgc, a distance, of about 850 m.les. 2. A lir.o from a point on the proposed iiovision of the Crow's Nest Pass branch in township 10, range 23 or 24 west, of tho fourth piSn -cipal inejldiar.' in a northerly direc -tion to a point in township 15, 16, 17 or 18, range' 22, 23 or 24 west, of the fourth principal n�, a dintance of about 50 miles. No. 1, as far as tho Herald can make out nvould run from Shdio, on ih� Vorkiton branch; to Chin or Tah-er and then Into Lethbridge, whilo Wo. 2. wotibl run from Klpp north to the LiUlo Uow. And I have for sale not misfortunes, but Miss Fortune's slippers. They were her mascbts. They must be sold at once. The upshot bid is $1,000.00. See me to-day if you wish an extraordinary investment in city property. Leth (without the bridge) Alberta Room 1, Southard Block PI o e 122. 1 ROOMS TO RENT. In convenient locality, ti\cely f��r-nishod rooms with board. Apply to Mrs. A. O. Nedham. WANTED - BY THE- CMAda West Coal and Coke Co.. Ltd., FIFTY MEN F6r ottttide aad iAtide work. Steady cmploymeat. No trouble. FOR SALE. Five of this year's Plj'mouth Rock Cockerola, throughbred, 91.50 each; Fine Uirds and well marked. Apply> Wm. Taylor. 55 ;