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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta .'S OVERWHELMED WITH STOCK fio Room to Move Around The new building looks about four weeks away, and in this time prices :ivill be sacrificed to clear out the surplus stock. Read a few of the reductions. Two Specials in Ladies' Blouses Women's Lustre Blonaet, in cream, sky and navy, neatly trimmed, regular 2.50 and 2.75, special....... ......I 2.00 Bed Comforters at $1.75 25 bed Comforters covered with fancy art sateens and filled with pure white cotton, size 60 x 72 ins., regular 2.25, special at....... ................... ........$1.75 Women's Flannelette Blouses Women's Flannelette Blouses, in a large variety of patterns nil sizes, regular 1.25 and 1.50, special...............$ 1.00 Feather Pillows Fine quality Feather Pillows, large size, regular 3.00 per |jfiiri Dpccjui ui, per puir........,...............2S*uU Special Bargains in Ladies' Fall Costumes 12 Ladies' Fall Costumes in plain cloths and mixed tweeds. . eachonea stylish suit, regular 15.00, 20.00 and 25.00 Men's Top Shirts C doz. Men's Flannel Shirts. English make, which means a large Ivoniey shirt, extra fine quality flannel, light colors, all sizes, reguhir 1 .-50 each, special at.................. 1.00 Men's Canvas Coats 40 Men's heavy Canvas Coats, with heavy sheepskin lining high wombat collar, all sizes, regular 8.50, special...... 7.50 Ladies' Belted Golf Coats Ladies' Belted Golf Coats, in white, green and navy, regular Men's and Boys' English Navy Sweaters These are (he finest goods on the market and will outwear any other sweater made. Our prices are right. 36 in. Apron Gingham 6 pieces of 36 inch Gingham in small neat patterns, regular 12ic per yard, special at......%!.......... ........IQc HUDSON'S BAY GO LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TENDERS WANTED. SEALED TE.VDUBS for the erection of a brick mill building for the liCthbridgc Woollen Mill Co., ' litd.. wilt \�. received by the undersigned at the offices of the company, Ott building, Lethbridge, until 5 o'clock p.m., Friday Oct. 26th next. PUnH and spcci&ca/tlons may be obtained at the office of James A. Mac-donaia. Architect, Rooms 21 nnd Sa .Southard building, Lethbridge. The lowest or any tender not noc-CMarily nccopted. THE MEDICIXR IIAT WOOLLEN MILLS COMPANY. NOTICE. PUBLIC NOl'ICE is hereby given that the time within which discount is allowed on Municipal and School Taxes expires on the aist Octol>er, 1900. C. n. UOWMAV, Stecrctary, mCKEN IS CENSURED. Inx'estigation Committee Find .-'g-ainst Former Local President. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED TENDERS, bujk and fioparate, will l� nsooivod by the uu-clersigncit up to noon, Tucsdnj', 30th October, 1006, for all traces in eoii-ncction with the croct.ou at^ of a solid stone bank' tending to l)c erected at Pincher Creek, .\ltn., for the Union IJank of- Canada. The lowest or any tender not noc-.>s8arily accepted. PlnjiH and spcoincations und,all information may be" had at the ofllco of the architects or from ihe mon-tffers of the UtAon Bank of Canada at Pincher Crook, Macleod and Ixth-bridgM. LAW80N * O'OARA. Architects, Calgnr}', Alia. OfficM, N'orman Jlloek. P. O. Itox 67�. . Phone 404. QUKBKC COUNTy. ELECTION. Qiwbec. Oct., aS.-^The b;p�t�et,ion for 9u�boc foimty' to All tha vacancy 'in tho'lMMMM^ of' eoimnonn cauj d by the *p|M>lntinn�t of Hon. Ohaa. PitrpHtrick' to tlw mipreiM u>>irt ^ ,bench, r^ul't�d in-tlw'return oTI/tr ^'-eoM Robiiaille..inderMK8idcnt sitcrman. W. M. Dicken and the local secretary, Thos. Diggs, wxjitj called before the coraanVVtee and closely questioned wt some Icnglh, every opportunity be ing givxsnto W. M. Dicken to provu his Btatomcnts, which he failed to do. The committee reported to tin-local union mooting on Octolxr 201 h as follows: ' "The rci)ort of .^our coinmlttco on this ciise is that wo find that broLh.;r W. M. l>ickfn has violated the principles of our orgiini/.al'ion by puli-lishiiiij his letter in the press an 1 that wo advise the local union to susi>ond him from all ofllclal positions lor the period of six months-and itii-ihor, this eommiittee wisht-s to .Hay lliat ii has the fullest confideiv;!! in (Rstrict piesidont Sherman.' tJporj tlic report of the investigating committee it was moved, soioiid-t�d and carried |Unnniinou.sly. "First, that the report he ucei'pled ami filed for future reference. "Second, that W. M. Dicken star. Is under, siispendod sentence for un In-dcflnito period. "Third, that the .action ofihc local union in dealing with W. M.^Blckim be given to the press. "Fourth; Miat a vote of confldeojo be placed In district president 3h-ii man. "The nrinera of Femie desire to see the press give thi^. report the same wMo publicity as it gave the false charges made by ox-local prcsidenit Dicken. (Sgd. "THE PRESS COMMITTEE "Feraie Miners' Union. No. 2314. U. M. W. of A." Torsistent rumom are afloat on the DtraetH that prospects ore favorable for an early �etllemcnt of the etrlke, but nolhlflg of an cuth-oritivo nature can be learned, In ih� meantime supplies are being dlstri -butedanwng the families of the A DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR. Probably never in Lethbridgos history have the music loving citizens been favored with .such a c'e lightful jind high class ciitertainniiijjit as that pro\'ided by tlio Westnii'i-ster OIco and Concert party at Wesley Church last evening. The Ep -worth League brought this gillc-d company of English talent here and deserve warm coiiuiicndation for the programme was a treat from i/k first number to the last. Every mcmber^of . the choir ranks high in English musical circles, no less than thrdo of them having taken part in the services at the coronation of King Edward. Their umicconipanieil rendering o' old English part music was ma^-nifioent and enthused the audience. The solo by the little chorister, blaster Albert Hole, ivsvealotl a lod with a voice of excellent tone and surprising fatrongth. His select! j':s wvrc delightful features of the cvoiv ing. The "Songs of Childhood sun^^ b.V the choristers' gave evidence '.f the bmiutiful clear voices of Llio boys. Miss Marie llooien is the only lalv in the party. Sho was heard In yay-eral numbers. Probably the voii'e that impressed people as the mo4t powerful, rich and best controllot was that of Stemdalo Bennett, whj by the way, is a grandson of thectcoccni4jor. T. .T, .1 oilinston and wife, ha%'o returned from Jholr trip to the north. T. H. Miller, operator in the CP, R. ujitown oinco, has bee� transferred to Calgnry. .T. W. llAuxIcn purchased five lots on Burdc�/t St. from 0�o. Brcmnor of Cranbrook, throitgh H. Macljcth. .T. Salay, the tailor, was contm.t -tod on the charge of insanity yci-Verda^. lie is now at the barratks. L. K. McEwen and soit are back from tWr shooting trip. They were with. Messrs. Oliver, McNabb an'J Rooncy. The. Times of Medicine Hat 'ms been sold by W. C. Harris to W. Lacey � Amy, formerly of the Trade Ca*etly the congregation of Norfolk Street Methodist Church. Mr. aalbraithand family are expected hero early nasi week. The theatre managers at their meeting in Calgary elected H. Tapping of Rcx'elstoke president; C. i. Eckstorm. Lethbridge, vice-president; E. Willis, Calgar>', scc.-trens.; W. A. McDride, C. W. Evans, Mooao Jaw and W. A. Dcebc, Blairmore, trustees. The Harold Jarvis concert on Monday evening r.ext will be the grc-it event at the season. The Calgat*y Albertan says that the Harold Jar-vis concert there was the best ever given by the famous tenor, ito in accompanied on his trip by Wallace Graham who is one of the best elocutionists in Canada. . Neorly twenty tfolfers took part in the sweepstAke tournament on Thank-sgiving Oa>'. At nightfall thd following contestants were. left : ir, battle for the prizes. Dr. Tullcr' and Messrs. J. D. Higinbotham, Fosson � den and Biddie. The finals and semifinals must be played ott before the endof this week. A. Claydon, who resides on section 32. in township 10. Range 22, Hm succeeded in obtaining an abundant supply of good water at a depth of ninety feet. The water came in with great force and soon rose to a height of forty feet in the well.The question of obtaining water 'seems to be settled in that part of th.-� country. Don't make any engagements fi>r Mondtt.v evening. Remember that Harold Jarvis will be here, a:nd if you don't hear him this time you will always regret it. W'allacc Graham is coming too. Vou can't. ttlTord to miss his "Tradin' Joe" .ud Trouble in the Amen Comor. ' Secure your tickets early *t .1. D. Higinbotham's store for this great concert. The Toronto Satijrday Night say.thbi*idgp, paid a shoi't visit to this - city last week, leaving her two young daughters at Havcrgal and her son at the Upper Canada Col -lego. She will make a visit at Now Orleans, where she will meet her husband, and return to Lethbridge th^--cikI of the nionth. SOOmlALK. The marriage is announced to take place on November 6th of Miss Etta Maude Whitney, daughter of Mr. an;l Mrs. Daviil J. Whitney to Mr. Walter Ewing Buchan of Winnipeg. The engagement is announced of Miss Dora Oliver, daughter of Hon. Frank Oliver to J. W. Anderson, manager of the UnAon Bank, Ed -monton. iimiiiiiiimiltlnii**iii***i*iiiilHH| KEAL ESTATE [ l)eg to announce that I ofiened an office in the have LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the truiisuction of a general Real Estate and Insarance Business I am establishing connections with eastern antl western ix>int�, both in Canada and the United States. If you have anyrhing you wish to sell list it with ine, it will coat you nothing if J do not p effect a sale. If you wish to btiy and I have not-what you want, give uie a d(>scription and I will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life laturanec. r 20 Sfiddes of Ribbon 1 3 1-2 INCHES WIDE .... FO� � I5c PERyARD. G. H. Johnston. The Talk of the Town AS A MONEY SAVER IS Keel's New Store Near the Ttrt Hall. If you don't know it then yott ought to. We carry a complete stock of Men's and Boys' Furnishings vamprising Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Rubbers Overshoes; Stanfields woolen underwear, heavy^and fine ribbed fleece lined underwear, sweaters, bhinkets, etc. The goods are of a high quality and the low prices ruling are a ninth wonder. Call and see for youiselves Iwfore buying your winter supply elsewhere. -NOTE THE ADDRESS- neart-he: firE'Hai^l- Clothes That Are Trim And Perfect . I'orfcot clothing is .something that every man�>s. If you want a thoroughly salisfuclory .suit, let us In? your tailors. Then you ivillnuow that they fit ,vou in the way they ou(;'ht to fit. Ovir fttciil.tios in Iniying and our spoi-.iul system of making, enable uh to give you liigls-grade cu.stom-nuidei^lothing at prices ordinarily charged for reiidy-mudes. Pubscrllw for the Herald. Q. B. A>i�rot,' jKovsrwpfmot ean^:,, ^^.'tV �;aMiorltjr/'of, 447.-''-' , 8tril�n from tbo union supply dopot FRED GOW & CO- Put An Empress On Your Foot And you will {eel comfortable. The Empress stands to the forefront in the shoe world. Once you wear- this make of shoe, you will be satisfied that it is the only shoe to wear.---- WOMEN DBLMHT IT IS OUR .TV WOMKN FRED GQW & CO. Successors to the lalo W. T. Henson A pretty event took, place on Wed iie.9dtty last at the home of Mr. and MrsKrhillip McCartin, Macleod. whun thoir oldest daughter Miss Martha u'oa umrried to Mr. William Ren-��ck, of the H. n. Co. A wedding of much interest ft-as .solemnised at Holy Trinity Churoh, Winnipeg loAt week, when His Oracc> Archbishop Mathofton of Ruparts Land was quietly manCed, the bride being Miss Alice IVilbot, daughter of the late Chas. Tallmt of Qu'.\it-ficlle. Saiunluy News: Mrs. Dulyea re -turned from her sinniinor reNi�k�nce in Teachland on Saturday, looking remarkably.. well aiul happ.v. AltogctU-or her holiday has been a delightful one, a part of the tinw being upent on a houao boat w�th a conffc.'iial little party. Rveryone will t�e glad to welconM* the gracious mistress of Oofx.Tnnicnt House home once moia. Crown Tailoring Co. Ltd. E. W. iONGSTON. RcprcMiiMlve Plasteringi Plastering! Plain and : Ornamental Plaatering. J. A. SLADI:. Lethbridge. Estimates Given. WEEKLY MARKET REPORT. (Furnished i>y Hater ami Mcljoun, Winnipeg.) For Sole or Exchange We have a, new 32 horse Reeves Engine with plows and other fix* tures, which we* will sell on easy terms or exchange for Inmls A quiet btit very pretty wedding took place at the residence of ,A. .Southard on Wednesday evening of last week, when Miss. IjuJu Palmer o' Winnipeg, was united in marrioso to fainvs A. Kayler of the santo city. Rev. .T. K. Uughson performed thi-ceremony. The. bride wos gracefully attired in a whiie gown of fancy broivdcloth. A dainty r repast wos serv�fl after the curenwjr.y. The happy : couple left by the midnicliitlrviu for Winnipeg,' whore Mr. Kayler Js engagc�t In,business. The brtdo was the recipient of some very pretty presents. �  i Our cable from Liverpool todu.\-showed nn improvement in price. (Ontario cattle making from lOJc to 11.Jc, awl Ranchers from 8;c to 10 cents. On account of lower freight and less numlicr.s going forward wo look for an iiuprovcmsnt from now until l.hc cud of the season. The local market has linprovoi! considerable'nnd good Ihitchers can now lie sold at from flic to flic. FINE SHOW NEXT WEEK. The Douglas Vaudeville CompuiXN' v ill iippwvr hero Wednesday, Thurs -du.y and Friday of next week at Oliver's Hail. It is one of the best 4hows on the roud and citizens w II enjoy a treat it they oittendthe jk-i-formunoe. The specialties are refined and high class. Pitces .'i&c, 50c anci 7Sc. Plan at Higir.botham's UiUif Store, O. W. Kmt Co. Lethbridge, Alta. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS OHicc-SccMid Flosr SsailMrrf Ifccli Pest Office Box 3 alaphons No. 138 Nieely Fumitlkcd Rooms to Rent $7, $8, and 112 per month mrs. w. tTS'AGHORN BVBDETT STEEET ;