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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta wmmm SPECIAL PRICES STILL CONTINUE At the H^^^^^ Bay Store RE A D THE F O L L O W I N C L I ST Lace Curtains at a Bargain Fine Nottiaghani'Lace Curtains. 3^ jraids long, regular 2.(XI per pair, special at............           ...... 160 Straight Front Corsets 90 pair of straight front Corsets, in white and drab, all sizes, regular 1.25, special at..........................2.00 Tweed Dress Goods 200 yards of Tweed Dress Goods, assorted patterns, 42, inches wide, regular 50c yd., special at, per yard........35c � ' � � ^ � ' : �___ a Grey Flannel Bargain 250 yards oif fine ail'trool grey Flannel, in light and dark shad^, 27 inches wide, regular 3Qo per yard, special at.................................................. 25c Ladies' Underwear I Ein'ealUwppl Underwew, natural color, unshrinkable and V: JlU sizes,'Tegular 1.36 per garment, special..............1.10 Black Sateen Underskirts, made of finest quality mercerized sateen, deep flounce, smkll.pin tucks, all sizes, regular 3.75, special.'....................................... 3.00 Two Specials in Grey Blankets 40 imir all-wool grey Blankets, large size, weight 8 lbs., n.'gular 4.00, special............----................ 3.50 50 pr. grey union Blankets, full size, weight 7 lbs., regular 3 00. special............................... 2.60 Men's Tweed Pants 30 pair men's Tweed Pants, assorted patterns, all sizes, regular 1.60 pair, special............................. 1.15 Men's Black Wool Socks 150 pairinen's fine ribbed wool Socks, regular 35c per pair special at....................................... ^.. 25c a Snap in Men's Boots 35 pair men's medium heavy Boots, made of box calf leather, well made, in all sizes, regular 2.50 {mir, special at, per pair........................................ 2.00 SEE OUR LARGE ^TOCK OF n. Fleetwood throu^ the Bowinu:n Agency. ..... a. B. Woods, Deputy Attorney General, for Alberta, spent last evening in the city and interviowcd the new court officials. The organizer ot the Ancient Order of Foresters ,;s.,in tlie city tihd wfill bti present at the amokirg concert to be given by tha local court in Oliver's Hall to-morrow night. Bcv. J. W. Hcrboot of Rocky Cou lee WAi* In town this week. It is expected that a Methodist Church wi.'l bo 'built In that district in the ncui-future. � On TuetKlay evening Hev. C. Padr. ley was tendered a resolution oi thanks by the Baptist congregtniion for the cITorts he had put forth to advance th^ cause of tlio church hero. * vMrs, C-.1. aicLennar.1, while returning from preparatory servtto at the Presbyterian church last Friday evening.; fell qvor a wagon shaft which yt^asbn^thi) street. Hor face struck the ground anreceded hiiii to Medicine Hat and conaeiquentlV largo congregHtions were in attendance, and all were greatly pleastnl with his earnest eloquence and hiH graphic and vivid power of illwitrat Ion Rov. J. E. Hughson returned wltM Wm. Munns from the coast pn Sat-^ urday. They speak .n the highest^ tcrmo of the scenery along the trip." especially the roassivo grandeur of the Rockies and Selkirks,' ami the rich foliage of th�-coaet. "n>it';: �aid Mr. Hughson. ''I have not aenn; any place east or west where thei progress .and the possibilities rnrt equal Alborta. The coasti and the east am ail right for a visit, but; for a young man with the best of his life botare him, give me Afberta The more I see of U the more .1 realize the good future it has WDfore-it." � ^ v> , � St, Augustiri'^B church was appro -pita't1lamy. The rector's senrjoW touched on the prevalent prosnerity of the West and gave a rote of warning leKt In the race for mntcr-ial woni th the sense of rectitude should ho lost and spiritual life of the conmiunlty suffer. The Anni\'�rsary Services of '.Vjti-ley Church will bo held next Sun � day. Rev. J: W. Sparling. D.D., ot Winni|wg, Principal of Wesley Col-, lege, will lie the preacher for .tho-day. Those who have hoardJpT-Sparling know what a rich treat there in store for the congngat-ions that 'worship at Wesley church.. A special session of the Sabbath school will tie held at throe p.m. On Monday evening supper will bsasirved in the basement of the church fiom a to 8, folinWodby a select lile^wy program. All the niMnhers: and friends of the'lchufch aire M^^^ ta Join in making this second simiv.jr'^ sary of- the dedioaiion of their nvw' edifice, a most sueeessful ai|d inemaipaiiy.., ��^'^'�^�-�--^�--^-�^!cunuiehB and Ottawa :vCa|iilalii are now a tio for the National 'Lacrosse LeSgue champiou- ' DEATH OP AiiCllUISIIOP BOKD.i MoutiW, Oct, 9.-Arvh'ilBhop JioBn{ of  Mnnnwitl dipd today; affed'/'ioL ;