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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL PRICES STILL CONTINUE At the Hudson's Bay Store A LOCAL BUDGET. READ THE FOLLOWING LIST Lace Curtains at a Bargain Fine Nottingham Luce Curtains. H\ yards long, regular 2.00 per pair, special at.............................. 1.60 Straight Front Corsets 90 pair of straight front Corsets, in white and drab, all sixes, 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 of fine all-wool grey Flannel, in light and dark shades, 27 inches wide, regular 30c per yard, special at................................................. 25c Ladies' Underwear Fine all-wool Underwear, natural color, unshrinkable and ' all sizes, regular 1.85 per garment, special..............1.10 Black Sateen Underskirts Black Sateen Underskirts, made of finest quality mercerized sateen, deep flounce, small pin tucks, all sizes, regular 3.75. special.*....................................... 3.00 Two Specials in Grey Blankets 40 pair all-wool grey Blankets, large size, weight 3 lbs., regular 4.00. special................................. 8.50 50 pr. grey union Blankets, full size, weight 7 lbs., regular 3 00, special........................................ 2.60 Mens Tweed Pants 30 pair men's Tweed Pants, assorted patterns, all sizes, regular 1.50 pair, special............................. 1.15 Men's Black Wool Socks 150 pair men's fine ribbed wool Socks, regular 35c per pair special at... v....................................... 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 pair, special at, per pair........................................ 2.00 SEE OUR LARGE STOCK OF CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS Wo have without n doubt tTie largest stock of Carpets and Linoleums ever shown in Lethhridgo and the prices nre the lowest. HUDSON'S LETHBRIDGE, BAY CO. ALBERTA LADIES' SOITS, COSTUMES AND MANTLES Latest styles and accurate finish carried out. Give me a Call --AND--- Secure Prices J. SALAV First door East of Brodie & Stafford's ABM SALE 2nd House East of Chinook Club Nearly new Majestic steel cooking Range, complete bedroom suite in solid walnut, chairs, tables, and other household effects will be sold by auction on the above premises at 2 o'clock on Monday, Oct I5th, 1906 A. W. BJNGS, Auctioneer For Sale or Exchange Wo haye n new .12 horse Reeves Engine with plows and other fixtures, which we will sell on easy terms or exchange for lands O. W. Kerr Co. Lethbridge, Alta. AT PASS MINKS. Probability of Trouble nt the mur. Mine. Niccly Furnished Rooms to Rent $7, Iti, and 912 per month MRS. W. T. WAGHORN BL'RDETT STREET KOFt SALE, CHEAP. On my farm, 10 miles south-OiUt ut Lethliritige now soli], I have (or halo 4 guothbridge I "Maple Leaf" Footlmll Club will l,o i held In the Alberta Railway and I Irrigation Co. Library on Suturduv 'the l.'ith Inst., at 8 p.m. All Interested In the club are requested to nt tend. ! The Revolutionists of Russia will ; Ikj the Interesting subject of an ud- 1. dress by J. It. Shearer at the Ep-! worth League meeting on Friday |night. This is a down^to-dute subject and a Uirjri" number should com.' '.out. to hear the address. I I Tho Raymond Chronicle says: W. 1W. Coojsjr left on Wednesday morn-|lng for I^ad.vhuillh, B.C., where he I goes to take a position in a hardware store. Mr. Cooiier may Im gone all winter or he may remain only u short time, dc|M>miant upon 1 whether ho pivfers tho prosect thero to the ono he has hero. His partner [Mr. I). F. Stevens will conduct th? .jbarduure business of Coojier and Stevens in Mr. Cuopvr's absence. Tl��� Medirine lint News says: An nlversnry Her\Ues were held on Sunday in St. John's Presbyterian church, when Rev. Dr. Oordon of I^ethbridgt', preached most instructive and edifying sermons lioth morning and evening. The Doctor's reputation for oratory preceded him to Medlcino Hat and consequently large congregations were in attendance, and alt were greatly pious,*) with his earnest oloqnanco und his pruphir nnd vivid power of illustrat ion Rev. J. E. Hughson returned with Vim. Munns from lho coast on Saturday. They speak .n the highest terms of tho scenery along the trip.' especially the massive grandeur rt the Rockies und So)kirks, ami the rich foliage of tha-coast. '-But' said Mr. Hughson. "I havo not senn any place east or west wltere thu progress and the possibilities ran equal Alberta. The coast and tho east are alt right for a visit, but for a young man with the best of his life before hire, givo tno Alberta The more I see of It the mora 1 realise tho good future il has before it." Sr. AugustIii's church wns appro-pitately and tastefully decorated for tho Harvest Festival last Sunday An approprlale anthem by Sir .1. Stainer wns rendered by th� choir, solos being taken by Mr. Kllner nnd Miss THlnmy. The rector's Rormon touched on tho prevalent prosneritv of lho West, ami gave a r.ote of warning lest tn the racp for material wealth tho sense of rectitude should bo Inst and spiritual life of I ho community suffer. The Anniversary Services of ';Vi tho proachor for tho day. Thoso who have hoard Dr. Sparling know what a rich treat there .s in store for the congregations that worship at Wesley church. A special session of the Sabbath school will l>e held at three p.m. On Monday evening supper will tieserved in tho basement of tho church fiom 0 to 8, followed by a select Rte-u.'y program. All the members and friends of the church are asked to Jain In making this socond anniversary of the dedication of their n:w udlflce, a most successful and mom-arable opcasion. REAL ESTATE I beg to niinomice that I Itnvo ojH�netl nn oiWvo in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For lho trnnsnetion of a genonil Real Estate and Insurance Business t tun estttbltHhing commotions with eastern and western |�ints, both in Cnntula utul the Unittnl ^ States. If you hnve tinythinp; you wish to sell list it with me, it will cost you nothing if I do not effect a snlo. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give nie a description and T will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. FcROMPTON CORSETsj 1 C. B. C. [~ H. Johnston When in need of a HEATING OR COOK 1 STOVE Call and aee Our Stock and you are sure of being satisfied HicK (& WaKely The Lending Tinners, Plmnburs, Steam and Hot Water Fitters. Tel� 11(5. * SCOTCH TWEED Suitings Overcoatings Pantings $15 tb $18 $10.50 to $30 $4 to $7.50 MADE TO MEASURE ONLY Satisfaction Guaranteed Samples on Application E. W. KINGSTON EAST OF THE ENGLISH CHURCH BUILDINGS FOR SALE TENDERS Will be received up till noon Friday, Oct. 12th for the following Buildings uow being used by the Northwest Jobbing & Commission Co., Ltd, north of new station, either in block or separate: storeys, 7(i-� x 2U> -10 x 24 " 40 x 2H-(� 40 x 24 Stable, 1J x 112 No tender necessarily accepted. Any be had at office of the company. further information can Northwest Jobbing 4 Commission Co. Ltd. The ToroiitO|TecuniKehs and Ottawa Capitals are now a tio for tho National Lacrosse League championship. PKATJ'l OF AHCI1WSUOP BOND. Montreal, Oct. 0.-Archbishop Uonfi of Montreal died today, aged years. ;