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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta .J V SPECIAL PRICES STILL CONTINUE At the Hudson's Bay Store READ THE FOLLOWING LIST Lace Curtains at a Bargain Fine Nottiaghatn. Lace Curtains, 'S{ yonls long, regular 2.00 per pair, special at.............................. 1.60 Straight Front Corsets 90 pair of straight front Comets, in white oiul dmb, all sizes, regular 1.25, special at..........................2.00 Tweed Dress Goods 200 yards of Tweed Dress GKwds, 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 ami dark shades, 27 inches wide, regular 30c per yard, special at............;..................................... 25c Ladies' Underwear Fine all-wool Underwear, natural color, unshrinkable and alt sizes, regular 1.35 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, lurge size, weight 8 lbs., regular 4.00, special................................. 3.50 50 pr. grey uuiou Blankets, full size, weight 7 lbs., regular 3 00, special........................................ 2.60 Men's Tweed Pants 30 pair men's:,vear ' .more , in: aubsidictt from the Dominion. . HKAL ESTATE DEAL. Major Ilclchcr has purchoaod the Hank of ~f'onwncrco building from Messrs. Cherry and Madill. Thd price paid is said to be 97,700. AFTER SMERMAX. rresideiit of Feniic Miner � Taketi'IIim to Tosk. Union W. M. l>ioken, Presidont of Ferni�. iucAl union, has �-ritten a letter Ut the Feririe Free rrcits in which liir rhargcs Oistrict President Shermirn v-ith calling the strike at Fernic. ivithotrt iVeaitlcnt MitchcU'fl order, rio snys also that Mr. Sherman ordered a notioD posted calling a Rtrikn in sewn days and nhon Mr. liicaoii asked him why ho �*as not nt Per-nie. when tlic notice expired, he saKl 'he never expected ua being out on strike." Mr. Oickcn also aaj'a that some :.f the imion men, �4io took part in the conference, when the agivontent le-garding discriminniion between vn-ion and non-union men, was signid, agree with Mr. Lindsoy, the man -ngur of the Crow's Nest Company's version of the prooeodihgs. In tiiij they contradict Mr.. Sherman. Jtr. Dicken :* of the opinion that President Mitchell will denmnd en investigation into Mr. Shornian'a action. OVER A MllXlOJf. TorQUto, Oct. 15.-Genera! Man  ager VlcOill ot the wrecked Ontario )>ank adraCts a shortae� of Sl.S'iO,- 000, A director says McOill's operat -ions ran the gamut of some specu-lati^X! stocks on the New York nrnr-kot; and wore even carried into the wheat pit of Chicago. SELECTED AT LAST. Site for the New Parliament Build -ings at Edmonton. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiitdiiiiiiiiiilTf^ REAL ESTATE I beg to announce that I have openeil an office in the ' LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For tbe transaction of a gehenii Real Estate and Insurance Busiiie� I a)n establishing connections with eastern and 8MM� FkMr Sosthard Blocit Post buioa Bos 3 lapboa* Mo. laa As a money saver is Keel's new store near the fire hall if you don't linow it yet then you ought to. Wo carry a complete stock v( nions and boys furnishings, compris-�nt; clothing, liats. and caps, bojts and shoes, rubbers, overshoes, Stan-field's woollen undarn-ear, .heavy Hnd fine ribbed fleece lined underwear, sweaters, blankets, etc. The goods are of a high quality and the low prices ruling are a ninth wond.3r. t^ll and see for yourselves liofore buying your winter supply clacwhere. Please note the addrass near t he Fire Hall. The Winnipeg Free Press 8o.;i.. A crowxted audience at the Y.M.C. A. auditorium certainly received full vuliic for Hs money test night, when the Westminetef Olee and Concnrt party presented a progranunc which recei\'ed unbounded and unstinted Hp-provol. So without botmds was it, that aHhough the progranmie van quite a generous one, the audience Insisted on encoring nearly evei-y num(M>r. Evidently the nv^nbers, of the glee party are used to this kind of thing for they responded with graceful alacrity. Part singing is not enthused ov^r by all; with some it is an aoquir?d taste-others never acquire it. List nii^t's aud.cnce was certainly com posed of devoiees of glees, and catches and. canons and madrigals and so forth. There were, howe\*er, certain numbers lust night which even the non-lo�v>r of quartettes could cnj.v with all his heart. There wore ihc singing of the boys and. of Madame Marie Hooton, the latter posscssini; a well-cuiturod contralto voice, being deservedly encored for her songs. Albert Hole, a tiny chap, about throe feet nothing Mgh, has a bean -tifully clear, hell-like voice, a perfect storm of applause greeting his singing "Wlicn the Green Leaves Come AgiB:n." Mr. Stemdalo Rcnnctt and Mv Frederick Pitman twth have power -fut voices and met the usual fate, to vhich they annicalbly responded. Mr. Harry Ivimoy supplied, what is linown as "the comic relief," end this in a form not very common here in Winnipeg. Mr. Ivlmcy is a drawing room entertainer, and he gave n h.ghly humorous musical sketch, which cdused his auditors to laitvh much. A number of; iquartettes and glees were artistically rendered, and, OS IWoro said, each and nil wore encored. A LOCAL BUDGET. forgot to-morrow is a holi- Eng- at Don't day. Mrs. T. Viner arrived from land this week. A second track is being laid the new. depot. W.H. Fares of Winn!i>eg was in the city yesterday. H. M. Shaw ot Nanton, spent yes terdoy in the city. Mrs. Frank McMuUen, of Frank, is visiting in the city. Born-On Oct. 9 to Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart, Coaldale, a son. One of the Kerr autos came up from Warner the other day in three hours. Inspector Routlcdge of the R.N.W. M.P., returned to Regina, Monday night. John S. Cluro a custom's oflflciul of New Westminster, B.C., wws a visitor here yestcrddy^ The new cement, walk on Ford St. in front of J. D. Higinbotham's block is being put down. The Minstrel Club will have thjir practice I'hursday evening in the lecture room, of Wesley Church "O-ginning at 6.30 o'clock. Yesterday Major Belcher fined tvo Tabcr men named Everhholt und Rameden for assaulting a Chint.iu restaurant keeper of that place. Wallace and Hoselton have di.s -played their faith in Lethbridge by buying twenty-four lots on Red-path and DuiTerin and six on Court-land St. finest wnen The marriage took place at Calgary on Oct. 11 of Miss Editli Rigsby, formerly of the Gait Hospital stnlT of nurses, to A. J. A! -cock^ of Lethbridge. The plate glass windows were installed in the Hudson's Bay sti>re this week. The electric ele\'ator is now -being put in. Tiio store will le ready for occupation next month. Special Thanksgiving service mU be held in Wesley Church on Sunday. The pastor will preach at Itoth serv.'oes. S^ibject. 11 a. m. "The Value of the Thankful Spirit." 7.HO "Count Your Mercies." Appropriate music will foe furnished. ALL MINERS RBSCtED. All the miners entombed an �ult of Monday's explosion at ham, England were rescued. a tftr Dur- W. .1. Rol)8on, representative of the Westminster AMwy Choir, whloh ap|>earK here on the 24th, was in the city .vosterdny. Mr. Robson is associated with Massey Hall, Toronto, aiid ho directed the last trip PaderM'eiski made through Canadii. The Westminntnr Abbey choir. is a famous organization and Its nppearr-anoo here ought to warrant a crowded ,hoiwe;_;^. - A.'Baniln loft the key of his shop -.n the door last night. The night policemen discovered it. They told Chris Eckstorm. Chris went into the stora ' and hid in trunks and bohind rugs some of Easton Itiidles and saddles. Ea�ton he went to the store this morni.'ig discovcml he had been robbed and nearly fainted. He eventually ".^at next' the joke, but ho will r.it leave the key in the door again. RANCUEU AND FARMER. Hon. Frank Oliver Refers to Difficulties io Southern Alberta. At the oix>niiig of the Lilieral Club rooms at Cnigary last week, Hon. Frank Oliver uas present. In his .speech ho refcri-cd to the difficulties that the department had to face in the Calgary district. At one time the south was regarded as a ranching country. Now it is doiitun^ stratwl that it is a grain to'.iiiliy. There is a wide margin bet veuii bit aero of wheat and an aero of .jr.^sH. It was the intention of the dopa (,  ment that every acre should I o made �s productive as possible. It was inevitable that there , should bo a conflict of interest between tho rancher and the grain grower, .and there was no help for .t. It was not possible to draw a straight lino ond say that on this side :is ranching and on that side is grain land. The department is anxioiis th.1t every acre of grass shall . he turned into beef, and just as nnx-iotis that every acre possible shall ^ bo turno