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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta A Special Purchase OF Sample SKIRTS! You know what aamples are. These are the gartnentB the manufacturer �ells his stock from, and needless to say the samples are the articles they put their very best work and finish on. The number is limfted. ONLY TWENTY-FIVE IN ALL 30 per cent off the regular price There's a choice, so come quick. 3Sc. Dress Goods for 2Sc. r 10 pieces Heavy Cloth Dress Qoods in grey, brown, na>7 and green, 40 inches wide, well worth 35c., for only 25c. STANFIELD'S" UNDERWEAR FOR WOMEN m Vests and Drawers and Union Suits. The-k'ind that won't shrink. A. Macdonald (& Co -SEE- Diir Iniow For ft New Linft ofGoodaia Lctfcbridgc. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. ^. C. Simmons, M.P.P., refturnod x)n Sunday night from n trip to the east. Miss C. nnice returned on Mfn.liiy night, from Olds, where she iias liecn visiting, her sister. 11. Van Spanltfrum nnd Miss Van �Spankerani of Iowa arc visiting Bev. and Mrs. .1. AF. Hnrrison. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dupen and family have returned from n four months', trip 'to Vancouver, B.C. The AVesIey Cliurch Sunday School lias arranged to liavo their Chrict-irnas entertainment on Christmas night. . , Messrs. E. U. Rylands, H. Macbeth and the StafTord Bros., returned on SatMfUay from a (hick-shooting e-xpi'- tiio Labor I'emplo on IMonduy nii?vt. The Crow's Xost Pass Investment Co. is the firm name of the reor!j;an-izent Tuesday in tlie city 'en route Cri.\-brook, B.C., to ,Vive. Mr. Hugh McCall, of Lethbridge, has taken a position at R. J. Moores barber shop. H� comes well rec mended.-Maple Creek Signal. F. G. Webljer, district manager of tlio Bell Telephone Co. and VV. R. Grinith. assistant dis'trict .aanug'tr, of Calgary, were in the city on l''ri-day. 'Miss IsaJjcI Cousins left ia.st weak for Lethbridge to be present at a dance there. Miss Cousins will bo away t^'o weeks.-Medicine Hat Times. R. N. Shaw, formerly of the Bank of Commerce staff of this city but now accountant at the High River Branch spent ftevsral days in the city renewing acquaintances, Mrs. Niblock of Calgary, and 3Iias Buddington of South-aca. England, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. J'. P. Conyljeare, Who mtumed to Calgary with them on Monday morning. Miss Bruce will not receive until the fourth Thursday of N*ovember. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rosmuasen and Hiss Rattie Alston, of Magrath, were in the city on Tuesday. The Epwortb LMigue o( Wesley church Keld an IntSKesting meeting on Monday evening when a mimioa-ary programme was giv�n with Mra. M. Harrison in charg*. An In-vltailon''waa eztendsd to the Westminister Oulld o( Knox Church ta visit the Lsague and eagaga la do-hatc ob titovembsr tin etsvsatb. O. H. Dlngman, of Calgary, was an arrival on Tuesday's local. J. B. Shearer of Taber wa� in the city yesterday. Mrs. T. Slater of Pincher ?reek, sjicnt Tuesday in the city. Miss Cousins of Medicine Hat ia visiting the MiSses Hardie. "ShcrilT Campbell of Macleod passed through the city yesterday. D. .T. Cameron, of Macleod, came to the city jestorday afternoon. John Ounn, the bridge contractor, arrived in the ckty Tuesday night. N. T. Macleod has returned from a six viTcks" trip> to eastern points. Rememlxir tiie Knox Church Ladies Aid sate on Tuesday afternoon at the Bijou Hall. W. C. Simmons, M.P.P., viis in Calgary yesterday ailtending the provincial Liltcral Convention. .John M. Silver and Mrs. Silver, arrived from Salt Lake City, Utoih. on Tuesday evening. J. F. Hamilton, with Mrs. Hamilton and little boy, of Taber, were in the city on Tuesday. Mrs. McClunj, Burdott St. is. out of the city and will not receive until Friday, the first of November. H. Tcnnant, customs officer at Coutts, is in the city for a few days. Pay your taxes this -u-cck. G.\A. Stevens, ol the Bijou.Theatre, returned yosjterday from Calgary where he has licen for several days. C. B. Bowman roturned on Tuesday morning from a holiday spent nt Spokane, Seattlei, and other points The Alberta Department of Education has authoriacd the formation of the Reliance School District at the Reliance mine. Rev. Wm. Reid who has been holidaying in tlie country returned yesterday and will conduct the services in the Baptis't Tabernacle as usual. , Call at the IMjou Holl on Thursday afternoon and got some of the Thanksgiving dainties provided by the Knox Church Ladies Aid. The man with weather memory reminds us that a year ago tunij^iit four inches of snow fteU at Le'li-bridge. On Tuesday e\'ening Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie ga%'e a delightful dance in honor of her guests Miss Bleasdalc of Toronto, ami Miss Cousins of Medicine Hat. E. Kenny has been promoted to the position of cashier of the C.P.R. freight office. -~D. Hayes, who succeeded T. E. Oakley, is chief clerk. The Alberta Gazette announces the incorporation of the Westeni Canada Agency, Limited, of Lethbridge. The incorporation of the Pythian Hall Company is also gaaetted. The nurses that were o1.00b has been i)aid. The la.st day for payment so as to sav:e the discount is Saturday, Nov. 2nd. At the H.N.W.M.P. barrricks on Monday, P. PuU^-y was remanded to the nevt sittings of the court on a charge of stealing a portmanteau from a man named Thane who works at the Royal Collieries. The accused is out on a SIOOO baiU The Knox Church Ladies Aid Society is holding a sale of homemade cookery in the Bijou Theatixj Hall on the afternoon of Tuesda.y, October 2(nh from 2 to 6. Afternoon tea will bo served from 4 to 6 vhon pumpkin pie and other Thanksgiving dainties will be served. Letters of administration have lieen taken out by the Trusits & Guarantee Co. public administrators for the Lethbridge Judicial District to the estate of the late Nita Campbell, alias Roy Foster. The value of the estate is placed at 94.421 consisting chiefly of ca�h in the bank. Kccec--Pftrictt. A quiet, but pretty wedding, took place in Christ Church, Winnipeg, on Wednesday, Octoiwr 16, when Audrey eldest daughter of W. Ireland PBrH�U of this city, vas unitetl in marriage to Canby Urson Rocce, manager of tile Union Bank, Cowley, Altai. The bride looked charming in a handsome travelling dress of pheasant brown broadcloth, trimfncd with silk braid, the..smart, cutaway coat iK-coming hat to match of French felt oinning over a creum lace blouse. A beconfing hot to match of French felt trimmed with velvet foMagc in autumn tints. Mink furs completed her cost.ume. Ihe bride was given away by her father, only immotliatb relatives being present. The service wos solonm iaed by Rev. S. O. Chambers, B.A., of Chri,4t Church. AfUjr the ceremony the happy coupte drove to the CP. R. depot and left on the 11.50 train for the west.-Winni|ieg Telegram. Miss Parlett was until a few months ago a popular member of the Lethbridge post offtoe staff. Supreme Court SCttiaga. ^mmm Mr. Justice Beck, will hold sitt !>)?� of the Supreme Court in l.ethlnuge on ti�e second Tuesday of nBci'mt";r. The District Judges have not yet been appointed. Sott* of EttgUnd. I'he weekly meeting on Monday night was well attended. Twenty members and prospective members were present. It was reported that tile K. of P. hali iiaid been 8ecuit>d, and decided that meetings beheld on the first and third Thursdays in each month. The secretary reported having sent for charter and it was decided to have the now lodge "Pride of Alljcrtu ' installed the first Thursday in Xovemljer. Those desirous of getting in as charter members must apply on or (jofore that date. � � HIGH SCHOOL "LIT." The High School Literary Society held their regular meeting on F*' Jay the chief interest Ijeing in the iipw Mason & Risch piano that tho . o-cicty has since purchased and was usung for the first time. The students were unanimous in their vote to retain the piano which was tntre on trial. The instrumental sol is by Mar}' Simpson and Bessie Hagell brought out the excellent qualities of the instrument. The debate, Resolved that lacrossej is prefcrrabie to baseball, was waged very evenly by youthful siiorts, L. Stevens and B. Davles for the >ljT�H muitive and C. Sherlock and A. >!ai~ smith for the negotivo. The )u:igos. P. Miebach, P. Belcher, and C. G. Nimmons gave the decision In lavor of baseball. An interesting number was the class prophecy by tho prophet, P. Miebach, who saw. in rhyme, the dcs-Oiny of hia olatianiates. As the edi-tor-in-ehlpf ot the Observer was so unfort,unate us to break, his leg during, tho week, there was no issue of thoif. interesting publication. WHY WAJTE YOUR TIME IN LOOKING AROUND WHEN EVERYONE WILL TEUL YOU THAT WE -STAND AT THE ToP IN THE CLOTHING TRADE. WE Do NoT, HOWEVER, FEAR C0MPARI i'iig by Ml. McQuarrio, fc�d %r\ %'. Inss by W.C. Rogorsof "Life in Mexico" The Gbild acooptod an Iflvitittion fr*iin the Epwofth League of Wesley Church to attend a social evening with them and engage in a debate on Nov. 11, Th� meeting next Monday will be in chaigD of the Missionary Committee. On the succeeding Monday a flebate will be held on the quesition of Oriental Immigration. The opposing �idea are Meaara, Cope and Miys and Uiaaea Mwkay and Wright againnt Missea Bennett and Sharman andl McMira. Oordoa and J. D. HigiBbo4 LODGFJ "PR IDE OF ALBERTA" SOXS OF ENGLAND BENEFIT SOCIETY', is now being formed, and preliminary meetings are being held in the Herald OHlce, on Monday evenings at 8 o'clock. Tho�,T desirous of gijbting in as Charter Members must ap|�ly before the 7th Novemljer, the date fixed for opening night. All Englishmen and Sons of Eng land are urged to join. IT COSTS LITTLE! IT-MEANS MUCH! Write ait once (or particulars to the secretary. l''. T. ROBINS, c-o Herald OfBca. Clearing Sale of ATS Every Hat Marked ^ at a Reduced Price G. H. Johnston "Your Hatter" ^ m ItOiMsc hetliiii hrt. 410 Round Street (Old Herald Office) is now open for the reception and itoring of goods for Mle bjr AUCTION IMdi Salnif finitin, Etc. -Held- Frank G. Waddlngton AUOnOKIEB All the latest Novelties in TRIMMED ANDUNTRIMMED HATSl Are now on display. Children's wear a* speeialtj. W. H. Scott, L. A. Scott, Proprietor. Ma&ifieri HILL BLOCn. OUrrBMN STBKKT Inspector Tucker o( CouUa w�a In the city yesterday. A movement la afoot to have � m-ereation parit at Maple Craekt The BdmontoB Poet OtBoe was com pleteljr gutted by Ore la�t WedSMdajr The Young Liberal* of f%rBie,B.O; cave "Biff Dill" Oaliiber  teaqiHt . on Tueeday ol laet week. The Medietae Bat Carliaff Clab,.' boa *toetad omcem aa� skips tor . mm ;