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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta OVERWHELMED WITH STOCK No Room to Move Around The new building looks about four weeks away, and in this time prices will be sacrificed to clear out the surplus stock. Read a few of the reductions. A LOCAL BUDGET. Two Specials in Ladies' Blouses Women's Lustre Blouses, in cream, sky and navy, neatly Bed Comforters at $1.75 25 bed Comforters covered with fancy art snteens and fdled with pure white cotton, Bize GO x 72 ins., regular 2.25, Women's Flannelette Blouses Women's Flannelette Blouses, in n lar^e variety of patterns all sizes, regular 1.25 ami 1.50. special...............$ 1.00 Feather Pillows Fine quality Feather Pillows, large size, regular 3.00 per Special Bargains in Ladies' Fall Costumes 12 Ladies' Fall Costumes in plain cloths and mixed tweeds. . each one a stylish suit, regular 15.00, 20.00 and 25.00 costnmpfl hhagiaI to pImp S fi 00 Men's Top Shirts C> do/. Mom's Flannel Shirts. English make, which means a largo Ivomey shirL extra fine quality flannel, light colors, Men's Canvas Coats 40 Men',, heavy Canvas Coats, with heavy sheepskin lining high wombat collar, all sizes, regular 8.50, special...... 7.50 Men's and Boys' English Navy Sweaters 1 These are the finest goods on the market and will outwear 1 any other sweater made. (>ur prices are right. Ladies' Belted Golf Coats Ladies' Belted Golf Coats, in white, green and navy, regular 2.50 each, special..................................$2.00 36 in. Apron Gingham 6 pieces of 36 inch Gingham in small neat patterns, regulnr : ':| HUDSON'S BAY CO. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TENDERS WANTED. SEALED TKSUUHS (or the orec -tion of a brick mill but Wing (or the Lethbrldgu Woollen Mill Co.. ' Ltd.. will In- received by the uinlersignod at the otnecs of the company, Ott building, Lcthbridgo, until 5 o'clock p.m., Friday Oct. 20th next. Plant and specifications may bo obtained at the ofllco of James A. Mac-donate!. Architect. KooliM 21 and li2 Houthard buililing. Lethbridge. The lowest or tiny tender not necessarily accepted. THE MEDKMNE HAT WOOLLEN MILLS COMPANY. NOTICE. PUI1LIC NOTICE i� hereby given that the tlnra within which discount is allowed on Municipal and School Taxes expires on the '.tut octoWr, 100ft. (' U. HOWXIAN, Secretary. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. HEALED TENDERS, bu}k and separate, will 1* recolvod by tho wu-derKigncd up to noon. Tuesday. SlOth October. ItKMI, (or nil trades iu connection with tho eroct.oii u�td, completion of u solW stone bank hjulld-ing to Ixj erected at lyncher Creek. Alta . for tho Cnion Hunk of Cun-uda. Tho lowest or uny tonder not noe-essarlly accepted. Pla�s and specifications nnd,all informal ion may lie' hod at tho office of the architects or from tho managers of tho UrAon Bunk of Canada nt Pinchcr Crook, Macleod and I-rfHh-bridgfl. I.AWSON ft, O'OAIW. Architects, Calgary, Alta. OfllcoH, Norman lllock. P. O. box 07a. Phone 404. QUEBEC COUNTY.ELECTION. Quelle, Oct. 2a,-The byo-eleotUm for Quebec county to fill the vacancy in the >hou�e of commons catu  od by the appointment of Hon. OhaB. Fita-putrlck to the supreme w�irt bench, resulted in the return ofI>>r ei>io Robltallle, independent, ll'jnrju, ,over O. Jp, Amyot; government can-dldate, t�y a majority of 447. niCKKN IS CEXSl'RED. investigation Committee Kind ..g-nlnst Formor Local President. Kernie, Oct. !2�1.-The press com.-mittiv of Kernie Miner*' union do -Hires to make the following report to the press: "On October l.'ith. a committoi wan appointed to investigate certain charges made by \V. M. Dicken, than local president, ami published in tho press. Tho eouuuitteo met ami spent many hours muklng th iiivustigul  ion. District, president Mhcrmnn. W. M. Dickvn uud tho local secretary, Thos. iliggs. were culled lx�fore the committee ami closely �piesllonc�l tvt some length, every" opportunity bo ing given to W. M. Dicken to prove his statements, which ho fulled to do. Tho committee reported to thr local union meeting on Ocu>Ut U�'Mh us follows: ' 'The report of >our committee on this rase Is that we thid that brother W. M. Dicken bus violuied the principles in' our urguni/ititon by ;nt:.-lishin^ his letter in the press an I that we advise the local union to suspend him from all olllciul positions tor tho period �f six months iiikI inrther. this committee wishes to say that it has the fullest cnnl'idea-v in district president Sherman ' "I'poi. the report of tho investigating committee it was moved. m>cond ed and curried unanimously. "First, that the report t�e iici'.-|ileil uml filed for future reference "Second, that W. M. Dicken star. Is. under suspended sentence for tin indefinite period. Third, that the action of the local union in dealing with W. M. Dicken bo given to tho press. "Fourth, that a vote of confldunjo bo placed In district president .In �r man. "The miners of Pernio desire to sou thopress give this report tho sumo wklo publicity as it gave tho false charges made by ox-local preside'.* Dickon. (8gd. "THR PRESS COMMITTEE "Pernio Minors' Union. No. 2314, U. M. W. of A." Persistent rumors are uflout on the streets that prospects are favorable for an early settlement or the strike, but nothing of an r.oth-orlt-lvo nature can be learned. In the meantime supplies are being distri -butetf among tho families of the strikers from tho union supply depot. J A DELKSHTFt'L AFFAIH. Probably never in Ix-thln-idgo s history have the inusie loving citizens been fnvoieil with such a by the way, is a grandson of th for the Herald. T. F,. VuHeson Is expoclt'd homo at the ci'.tl of tho �wk, Supremo Court will sit hero on the first Tuesdny In December. ,t. .1. ilo4inston and wife, have relumed from .their trip to the north T. H. Miller, operator in tho CP. R. uptown otuee, hits been transferred to Calgary. .1. W. Ilawtlen purchased five lots on ritirdott St. from Geo. llremttor of Cranhrook, through If. Muclxjlh. .1. Sulay. the tailor, was comm.t  ted on the charge of Insanity vov tordny. llo ts now at the harratks. h. S. .McEwon and son aro back from" their shooting trip. They wcro with. Messrs. Oliver, McNabb and Ttooney. Tho Times of Medicine Hat 'ms l>oon soht by W. C. Harris to W. tjacoy Amy. formerly of tlie Trade Onr.etto, Toronto. Hefore leaving (tuclph^ P. W. Oal braith was given a gold watch by the congregation of Norfolk Street. Methodist Church. Mr. Oalbralth.mil family are expeelod here early nuNt. week. The theatre managers at tholr meeting In Calgary elected It. Tapping of ltovelstokc president; C. J. l-'ckstomv. Lethbrldgc. vice-president; R. Willis, Calgary, sec.-treas.; W. A. McHrlde, C. W. F.vans, Moose Jaw and W. A. lleobe, nialrmore, trus -tees. The Harold Jarvis concert on Monday evenmg next will bo the great, ownt of tho season. Tho Calgary Albertun says that tho Harold Jar-vis concert there was tho best ever given by tho famous tenor, lie Is accompanied on his trip by Wallaco tlruhnm who is one of the best elocutionists In Canada. Nearly twenty golfers took part in the svecpstake tournament on Thanksgiving Day. At nightfall tho following contestant* were, left i>. battle for the prizes. Dr. Ttillcr and Messrs. J. D. Itlglnlmthnm, Feswm -den and lliddio. The finals and semifinals must be played off liofore �he endot this week. A. Cla>tlon, who resides on section '12, in township 10. Itnnge 22, has succeeded in obtaining an abundant supply of good water at a depth of ninety feet. Tho water enmo in with great force and soon rose to a height of forty feet In tho well .The question of obtaining water seems to ho settled in that part of tit.-country. Don't make any engagements f.-r Monday evening. Rcmeml>er thai Harold Jarvis will be heiv, ami if you don't hear him this time vou will always regret It. Wallace tlraham Is coming too You can't afford to miss his "Tradin' Joe" .-n.| "Trouble In the Amen Corner. ' Secure your tickets early at J. 1). lHglnhothum's More for this great concert. The Toronto Saturday Night say*: Mrs. J. A. Young of Spadina avenue gave a dinner on Frkluy evening for Mrs. C. K. P. Conyhoare of I^-tli-bridge. Alta.    Mrs. Pony-Sxiiro wile of the well-known K.C.. of lA'lhhi'nlgo, paid a short visit to this city lust week, leaving her two young dnughlers at Havcrgal uud her son at the t*p|h�r Canada Col -lego. She will make a visit at Vow Orleans, where sho will meet her husband, and return to Ii>thhridge the end of the month. REAL ESTATE T beg to announce that I have opened an oflioe in the LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK For the trtinsiiotion of a general Real Estate and Insurance Business I am establishing connections with eastern and western points, botii in Canada and the United States. If you havo anything you wish to sell Hat it with me, it will cost you nothing if T do not effect a Bale. If yon wish to buy aud I have not what you want, give me a description and T will find it for you. N. T. Macleod Fire and Life Insurance. T4 20 $6ade$ of Ribbon 3 1-2 INCHES WIDE pom 15c PER yARD. G. H. Johnston. The Talk of the Town AS A MONEY SAVER IS Keel's New Store Near the Fin Hall, If you don't know it then you ought to. We carry a complete stock of Men's and Boys' Furnishings comprising Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Rubber* ' Overshoes, Stan field s woolen underwear, heavy* and fine ribbed fleece lined underwear, sweaters, blankets, etc. The goods are of a high quality and the low prices ruling aro a ninth wonder. Call and see for youiselves before buying your winter supply elsewhere. -NOTE THE ADDRESS near the: fire-hall Put An Empress WOMEN DELIGHT TO WIAN On Your Foot & Atul you will feel comfort-abU'. The Empress stands to the forefront in the shoo world. Once you wear thiB make of shoe, you will lw satisfied that it is tho only shoe to wear.------- IT IS OUR FOR WOMEN FRED GOW & CO. Successors to the lato W. T. Heiison SOCIETYJALK. Tltv inarriagi> Ih announced to take (dace on November -turned from her mnnnwr reHidence hi I'eachland on Haturday, looking remarkably well and happy. Altogether her holiday haa been a dolightful one, a part of tho time being h|m*i>! on a house boat with a congenial liltlo party. Everyone will he glad to welcome tho gracious miRtrow� of Government House home once more. A quiet hut very pretty wadding took plnco at tlw residence of A. Southard on Wednesday ovoninrg of last week, when MIhh Lulu I'almer o' Winnipeg, was united in marriage to .fames A. Iv'nyler of tho same city. Hev. J. K. HughHon jierformod th--ceremony. Tho bride was gracefully attired In a white gown of fancy hroodeloth. A dainty ropnut was served after the ceremony. The happy couple loft by the mldnighltr iin for Winnipeg, whore Mr. Ktiylor !s engaged In business. Tho brldo was tho recipient of soma very pretty presents. Clothes That Are Trim And Perfect Perfect clothing Is something that every man desires. If you want a thoroughly satisfactory suit, let us Ih* your tailors. Then you will Mow that they fit you in the way they oiiK'ht to lit. Our fuciMies in buying nnd our .s|m*�-ial syislent of making, enable uh to gi"*e you high-grade i*ustom-madi*i*N�ih!iig at prices ordinarily charged for remly-mades. Crown Tailoring Co. Ltd. E. W. KINGSTON. RcprcicrvUHve Plastering! Plastering! Plain and : Ornnnentnl Plastering. J. A. SLADt, Lelhbridge. Kstimates Given. WBHKI.Y MARKET REPORT. tFtii'iiished by Hater and Mclean, Winnipeg.) Our cable from Liverpocd today showed an improvement iu price. Ontario cattle making from lOJc to Jljc, and Ranchers from 81c to 10 cents. On account of lower freight nnd less iiumlmrs going forward wo look for an improvement from now until the eixl of the season. The locul market has Improved considerable' and good Mutchers ran now be sold at from fljc to .'IJc. FINE SHOW NEXT WEEK. The Itauglas Vaudeville Company will appear t"-'*-*5 Wednesday. Thurs -day nnd Friday of next week at Oliver's Hall. It is one of tho best shows on tho roml nnd cltiaens w II enjoy n treat if thoy attend tho per-I'ormunco. The specialties aro refined and high class. Pitces fiOc, aoc and 75c. Plan at lUgir.botham's Ur*{ Store. For Sale or Exchange We have n new 32 horse Reeves Engine with plows and other fix. tares, which wo will sell on easy terms or exchange for lands O. W. Kerr Co. Lothbridgo, Alta. Barnes & Co. REAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS Otlice-Secoml Floor SoslbsM Meek Pest Office Box 3 elepbone No. 123 Nicely Furnished Rooms to Rent $7, $8, nnd $12 t�r mouth MRS. W. T^TvAQHORN BUBPETT STREET ;