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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL PRICES STILL CONTINUE � At the Hudson's Bay Store READ THE FOLLOWING LIST Lace Curtains at a Bargain Fine Nottingham Lace Curtains, 34 yards long, regular 2.00 per i�ir, special at.............................. 1.60 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 of_ fine all-wool grey Flannel, in light ami dark shades, 2? inches wide, regular 30c per yard, special at............................................... * uc Ladies' Underwear Fine all-wool Underwear, natural color, unshrinkable and all 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 Blanket*, large size, weight 8 lbs., regular 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 1.50 pair, special............................. 1.15 Men's Black Wool Socks 150 pair men'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 pair, special at. per pair...................'..................... 2.00 SEE OUR LAROE STOCK OF CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS We have without a doubt the largest stock of Cnrjiets and Linoleums ever shown in Lethhridgo and the prices are the lowest. HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE, - ALBERTA LADIES' SUITS, COSTUMES AND MANTLES Latest styles and Accurate finish carried out. Give me a Call -AND- Secure Prices For Sale or Exchange Wo have a new U2 horso Reeves Engine with plows and other fix* tures, which wo will sell on easy tortus or exchange for lauds O. W. Kerr Co. Lethbridgo, Alta. J. SALAY First door East of ftrodie & Nicely Furnished Rooms to Rent $7, $8, and $12 per mouth MRS. W. T. W AO HORN BUBOETT STREET Stafford's FOR SALE. Storey and a half frame house, below brewery. Thou. Rentier.  Jm WANTED. floneral servant. Apply to Mrs Geo. Rogers. FOR SALE, CHEAP. Ou my farm, 10 miles south-east of Lethbrldge now sold, 1 hav� for sale 4 good work horses and harness, 1 pony and saddle, 1 wagon. 4 bay rack, 1 four-horse Thomas dink harrow, 16 foot cut McCorrn'oc mower, 1 Deorlng hay rake, 1 west-em queen Ifl inch breaking plow and homestead articles, etc., for price and terms call at (arm or address JAM EH N. MILLER, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Mr. Edward Branseombe's er Abbey Choir Glee and Concert Party Eleven notable artists, including, the wonderful nine year old soprano ( boy, Albert Hall, the famous contralto, Marie Hooten, the humorous musical artist, Mr. Harry Ifimny. Wesley Church Wednesday Ev, Oct. 24 Prices, SOc, 75c and $1.00 Seats now on sale at Highi-botham's Drug Store We are Talking Nothing But Shoes Today dt *at � ARE so much enthused over the showing we have to offer ______ for fall of 1ted by the govern  . ment." said Mr. Mcljeod. ''There was nothing In the message Indleat-Ung what the terms are. so that 1 cannot give the price; in fart, no ! other information was contained in j the message than that the site hud ! bevn settled." The location is mag � REAL ESTATE I beg to announce that I bnvo' opened nn olllce in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the transaction of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern and western points, both in Canada and the United States. If you have anything you wish to sell list it with me, it will cost yon nothing if I do not effect a sale. If you wish to buy and I have not what you want, give me a description and T will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. P CROMPTON CORSETS L~] c b. it*-' G. H. Johnston7| SCOTCH TWEED Suitings Overcoatings Pantings $15 to $18 $10.50 to $30 $4 to $7.50 MADE TO MEASURE ONLY Satisfaction Guaranteed Samples on Application n.ficent. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. [ (Contributed by Hater and Mcljean. Winnipeg.) I Our cable from Liverpool todir j quotes Ontario's lOJc to II cents. ranchers SJc to 0>e; nu>rket n little firmer. The local market is also somewhat improved, Is-sl butchers making as (high as a I cents, this Improvement should continue now to the end of the season. e. w. kingston EAST OF THE ENGLISH CHURCH A LOCAL BUDGET. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Ofllcc�ScCQsd Floor Sostturd Block Post Ofttoe Box 3 lephons No. 183 REAL ESTATE PEAL. Mujnr llelcher has purchased tho Hank of Oonimorro building from Messrs. Cherry awl Mudill. The price paid is said to bo #7,700. THE TALK OF THE TOWN. As a money saver is Keel's new store near tho fire hull if you don't know it yet then you ought to. Wn carry a complete stock tf mens und boys furnishings, comprising clothing, hats and caps, bo its mill shoes, rubljers. overshoes, Stun-field's woollen underwear, heavy and tlno ril>l>od flooco lined underwear, sweotors, blankets, etc. The goods are of a high quality ami tho low prices ruling are a ninth wonder. Call and see for yourselves i�for�> buying your winter supply elsewhere. rlease note the address near the Firs Hall. WESTMINSTER ABBEY CHOIR. Will be Hero on Wednesday Even'njj October 21. The Winnipeg Free Press *..;��.. A crowded audienco at tho Y.M.C. A. auditorium certainly received full value for Hs money last night, when the Westminster Oleo and Concert party presented a programme which received unbounded ami unstinted up-provul. So without bounds was it, that although tho prograimno vas quite a generous one, tho audience Insisted on encoring nearly every numtier. Evidently tho members, of tho glee party are used to this kind of thing for they responded with graceful alacrity. Fnrt singing Is not enthused ovor by all; with some it is nn aoquir.xl taste-others nevor acquire it. Lmt night's nud.enco was coctainly com posed of devotees of glees, and catches and canons and madrigals and so forth. There were, however, certain numliers lust night which even tne non-lowr of quartettes could enji.v with all his heart. There were the singing of tho boys and of Madame Marie Tlooton, the latter possessing a well-cultured contralto volco. being deservedly encored for her songs. Albert Holo, a tiny chap, nltout three foot nothing Wgh. has a beau -tifully clear, bell-like voice, a perfect storm of applause creeling his singing "When tho Green leaves Come Ago.n." Mr. Sterndale Rennet t and Mr Frederick Pitman both havo powerful voices and mot the usual fate, to vhlch they amicably responded. Mr. Harry Ivimey supplied, whnt is known as ''the comic relief," end this In a form not very common here in Winnipeg. Mr. Ivimey is a drawing room entertainer, and he gave a h.gnly humorous musical sketch, which caused his auditors to Inue-h much. A number of quartettes and glees were artistically rendered, and. as before said, each and nil were encored. ALL MINERS RESCl'EI). All the minors ontomhed as a result of Monday's explosion at Durham. England were rescued. Don't forget to-morrow Is a holiday. Mrs. T. Viner arrived from England this week. A Kocond track is being laid at the ncv depot. W.II. Fares of \Vintri|>eg was in the city yesterday. II. M. Shaw of Nauton, s|>ent yes Verduy in the city. Mrs. Frank McMullen, of Frank, is visiting in tho city. Rorn-On Oct. 0 to Mr. and Mrs. John Stew-art, Coatdale, a son. One of the Kerr autos camu up from Warner the other day in three hours. Inspector Routledgo of tho R.N.W M.P., returned to Regimt, Monday night. John S. Cluro a custom's official of New Westminster, B.C., wus a visitor here yesterddy. Tho new cement, walk on Ford St. in front of J. I). Iliginbothum's block Is being put down. The Minstrel Club will have thjir practice Thursday owning in the lecture room, of Wesley Church beginning at 0.30 o'clock. Yesterday Major Belcher fined tvo Tabor men named Everhholt and Rainsden for assaulting a Chinu-j restaurant keeper of that place. Wallace ami Hoselton have di� -played their faith in Lethbridgo by buying twenty-four lots on Red-path ami Duffer In ami six on Court-land St. Tho mnrriuge took place at Calgary nn Oct. 11 of Miss Edith Rigshy. formerly of tho Oalt Hospital staff of nurses, to A. J. A! -cock ofLethbridge. Tho plate glass windows wore .n-stalled in tho Hudson's Bay store this week. Tho electric elevator is now being put in. Tho store will 1 e ready for occupation next month. Special Thanksgiving sorvlco m�l bo hold In Wesley Church on Sue-day. Tho pastor will preach at both services. Subject. II a. in. "The Value of tho Thankful Spirit." 7.HO "Count Your Mercies." Appropriate music will Iw furnished. W. .1. Rohsou, representative of tho Westminster A Whey Choir, which appears hero on tho 91th, was In the city yesterday. Mr. Robson Is associated with Massey Hall, Toronto, and he directed tho last trip Paderwolski made through Canada. Tho Westminster Abbey choir Is a famous organization and its appearance here ought to warrant a crowded house. A. EalTtoi loft tho key of his shop n the door last night. Tho night policemen discovered it. They told Chris Eckstorm. Chris wont Into tho store and hid in trunks and behind rugs some of Easton's finest bridles ami saddles. Easton wnen he went to the sturo this morning discovered he had Ixvn roblshl and nearly fainted, lie eventually next'" the Joke, but ho will tot leave the Key in the door again. RANCHER AMI FARMER. Hon. Frank Oliver Refers to Rli-lii-uliies io Southern Alberta. At the opening of tho l.llieral Club rooms 111 Calgary lust week. Hon. Frank Oliver was present. In his speech he referred to tho dlftlciil  tics that the department had to 'ace in the Calgary district. At one time the south was regarded as a ranching country. Now it is demonstrated that it is a grain iomi'.i.v. There is a wide margin Isjt Veen �.11 acre of wheat and nn acre if ^r.tvi. It was the intention of tho dep.i'l-in.Mil thut every acre should l'i made ns productive us possible. 1*. was inevitable that there should be a conllict of Interest between the rancher and tho grain grower, and there was no help for .1. It was not possible to draw a straight line and Nay thut an this side is ranching and on that side is grain land. The department is anxious th.it. every acre of grass shall bo turned into beef, and Just us anxious thut every acre possible shall ho turned Into grain. The department cannot give Ihn rancher everything ho wants oven though sometimes ho t^ves good reasons fur his request, and H cannot give the grain grower averytMng h� wants, even though he may give good reasons for it. Tho object of tho department is to give.tho ranch er the preference whero there is grass, and the prefyrenco to tho farmer-where grain can lie grown. M ' ' - POLICEMAN SUICIDES. Dawson. Oct. l.'i.-lk>causo his sweetheart had left him. Alfred Wright, a fornii-r Mounted Folleeman who recently arrived hero from Fairbanks, shot himsolf to death here yesterday at the Dawson hotel. It is understood that tho girl, Wright loved left fpr tho coast with another man while Wright vas Kiel:. Wright had two medals for series In the Boer war. 40 good trade Mar