Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mmimi ft........ii i in in 11....................t SERVICEABLE THIS IS THE SEASON OF THE YEAR WHEN GIFT GIVING IS A CUSTOM WITH EVERYBODY. OUR BIG STORE CONTAINS MUCH THAT CAN BE GIVEN AS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, SERVICEABLE AND VERY APPROPRIATE. THE BIG TEN DAY SALE IS STILL ON LADIES' GLOVES Tht Finest of French Kid Glove*-Full length (or evening wear, three buttons, guaranteed npuinst defect, will wnsh nnd retain their shape, do not bng at the knuckles or wrist; in white and black. Sale price $2.50. French Kid Glove*-Made in Paris, two clasps; in light and dark tan, black, prey, brown and other shades to match any costume. The sale price is f 1.26. Real Kid Suede-In all shades, white, cream, light or dark fawn, prey, brown and black. Sale price $1.25. Genuine Buckskin Gauntlets-Buck frinpe finish, preen or red, silk stitchinp, with or without star on back of cuff; very dressy, and just the thing for riding or drivinp. Sale Price $2.00. SILK WEAR Ladies' Silk Blouses for evening and street wear; the very latest styles, with short, three-quarter and lonp sleeves, in pale blue, black, cream, pink nnd wllfito shades. This is a line selling regularly at $3.50 up, but durinp the sale we will sell them $2.76. Silk Underskirts-Shirred, flounced, made of best 'Pnffetta Silks, in navy blue, black, cardinal, ninnumnn, brown, preen. Regular price $5.00 up. To clear during sale $3.71. FOR "THE MAN" Give a Man u nice Smoking or Lounge Jacket in padded Pongee Silk in all shades, or in wool mixture heavy and warm, trimmed with grey................ .. $6.00. Men's Long Dressing Robe with Rope Oirdle, in dark and light over-check effect. Aill wool, nicely faced, deep cuff and roll collar. Sale price..................110.00. FANCY SWEATERS- In the chilly days of fall and winter, about the house or driving, there is a feeling of comfort with the wearing of a well knitt, whole wool Sweater or Oolf Jacket. The Golf Jacket with Etonean neat little vest is dressy enough for street wear anywhere. In light and dark colors. Regular price $2.25. Sale price........$1.75. The Norfolk Jacket Sweater with felt buttons. This is the style in the East for motoring, driving or riding. Very neat and in pleasing shades. Sells anywhoro regularly at $3.75. Sale price....................$2.00. GIFTS THAT WOULD PLEASE ANY WOMAN Ladies' Opera Bags - Make very appropriate gifta. in pale, blue, pink, mauve and white corded silk; also a line of neatly patterned silk. All have the wide opening top, with extra strong clasp, with long chain or ribbon carrier. Bule price $2.00. AUTO SCARFS AND VEILS Auto Scarfs and Veils - Tn Silk, Chiffon, Crepe de Chene, extra long and the newest shades - cream, champagne, brown, black, white, grey, blue and light tint of pink. Salo price from $1.75. Ladies' Japanese Silk Klmona In full length and three quarter length, blue, grey, cardinal and the Japanese pattern. Sale price from $3.75. HANDKERCHIEF BOXES Handkerchief Boxes, hand painted, beautifully lined, with gilt clasps. Also Manicure and Toilet S.ts. Shaviffg Outfits, from $3.75. Hudson's Co DAINTY DOLLS *' The dearest little dolls" is one way that a little girl described our doll display. This is a line we enn give you bargains in from 26c. to $9.00. Court Ntxt WMk. $ho Deoetnlwr SHtlnns of the Supreme Court of Alberta wilt com-rrtcruo on Tuemlny, December loth, before Mr. �)u�t(Cc Beck. The following is the list of Supremo Court cases;- Hows vs. Ilouck, a case toft over from Inst court, when the plaintiff took notion to set aside the will of the Into .las. Kcycs, C. K. Harris for plaintiff, Conylwnre &. Jones for the (tafciulant. Crest vs. Snell, n case to recover SIM, the balance of n threshing bill. W. ('. Ives ffi- plaintiff, W. C. Simmons for defendant. Gibson vst. llclinnce Conl Mining Co., in which n brother of the Int. .lames Oilman, who vj\s accidentally killed nt the Itclinnre mine is bring Ing action for $10,000 (Iiuiuirvs ng ninst tho company. W. C. Ives prosecuting, Reginald Stewnrt of Calgary, defending, 'Fuller e-t nl vs. Dobbin, nn nctlon to rescind nn agreement nnd collect claim for dnmngc-s in connection with tho sale of land. The defendant hns entoivd n counter claim for damages !C, h\ Harris for plaintiffs, Conybmro & .lones for defendants. Olson vs. Pierce, a suit for damng-es In connection with the transfer of property. W. C. Simmons for plaintiff, L. M. lohnMon, for defendant. Jung Sing vs. .lung Yip, nn accounting of affairs in the dissolution of a partnership In business. 1,. M. .lolinstone for plaintiff, C. K. Harris for defendant. Tn y I or Ifc'ni.slon vs. Silver, n sujt for $200 dniniiges for failure to deli wr live thousand bushels of onts. I,. M, .Johnstone for plaintiff, Cony-ben r.� & Jones for defendant. | Kenny \s. llieley. to ,�vt aside caveat nnil Del ley vs. Kenny to enforce 1 llie specific performance of n contract ; with the transfer of the IVal Hunch I ut Milk Hlver. \V. C. Simmons for j Kenny, t'onylxuitv & .Jones for Diel-. e.v. | K'thbridge Iron Works vs. Itelinnce Conl M'ning Co., a suit to collect l$if"5.7� for mnteriul nnd work supplied the defendants. I,. M. Johnstone for plaintiffs, It. Stewart, Cnl-gnry for defendants. ] Oth.-r cases tire likely to lie nddrd to this list before, the sittings of th_� court. The criininnl list is ns follows:- (i. 1*. Honk np|iellunt and J. S l'i|>or, respondent. Tho apj-ellant is appealing ngnius-t conviction and fin. for selling liquor to Indlnns. C. K Harris for appellant, C. F. 1'. Cony ben re, K.e from It. X. : W. M. I*, llnrrncks. Itex vs. Kane, misappropriation of money. Rex vs. I.i| scomlic, for tampering with the telegraph wires at the June lion. Rex vs. rulley for using ohuffivo language and creating a disturbance. liox. vs. Morrison for obtaining money under false pretences by pass lntr a five dollar check on a Chinaman for fifty dollars. n�'i-tuny not lie tried until Mie |:.>i sit -tin:s of tin* newly f rind D.sli'i t Conn. I Charms the Oerrcer Dl You Wish to Build? I have 4 fine lots on a corner on BURDETT Street for the very low sunt of $325 per lot. There are also some very good lots with water mains near the elevator and mills for only $175 each. W. R. DOBBIN Denier in Farm Lands nnd Lethbridge Properties. Southard Block, Lethbridye, Attn. Phone 122 "CASTELLAN BOOTS" THE trend of fashion in women's shoes is best expressed by our mw "Queen Quality" CAsti'Un Boots. The foreparts and vamps are shorter; the shanks more arched-the heels higher. On the foot this gives the effect of a smaller *ize. Women everywhere admire these pretty styles. They are now "all the race." The genuine are to be had only at t'.iis store. In Kid, $3.50; Patents, $4.00: other "Queen Quality" styles $3.00. FRED GOW & CO, nmmimi Christmas Goods Holiday Buying Should be Done Now Every day'a delay moana that you must choose from a smaller hcIcc-tion. Don't forget our store when you am making your holiday purchases. We have hundreds of Chrutmo* articles especially selected for thi* particular time of the year and especially for you. Unless you personally look over our stock you cannot possibly kifbw of th� great variety of goods, nor can you imagine how beautiful they are. either in vnlue or attractiveness. � Keep this in mind-those who come firm have the best selection. Our stock is very lnrge, but the way we are Belling these Christina* articles the selections will not ln*t long. R. K. WRIGHT Lethbridge's Greatest Jewelry Store- . Phones 103 and 1(56 Eye Specialist in churge of Optical Dep'irtmenl .........iniiHwiimi A LOCAL BUDGET. F. W. Downer hns presented seven medals to the Maple Creek Hockey Club for competition. Cardaton Btur: The Calgary Herald innocently suggests that C. A. llagrath flhould be elected by acclamation. Of course, coming us it does j from the Calgary Herald, it will have j a great effect-that is, of the boomerang order. Mr. Magruth is a good man but-there are others. We slmll know more about it in the future. Cardston Star: By all means let the Provncial Seed Fair be held in the South, and by all means let thtt particular location in the south bs the city of Lethbridge. That wi'! make it get-at-able to the people ui the Cardston district, Magruth,' Rny mond and Stirling. Having been h dd at Edmonton last year, it quite logi 'cully follow* that it should be placed jn1the south thfs year and this opinion ia generally taken by those having* the game in charge. Cardston Star: Our teachers and principal in attendance at the convention in Lethbridge -lata week unanimously testify that they had one of the .best times of their lives and the finest treutment and reception that could possibly be accorded. Lethbridge has reason to be proud of her local corps of teachers. The Toronto News says: "An engagement of interest announced in Ottawa is that of Mrs. Charles Turner and Mr. Percy H. Jory, of Barrie, Out. The murringe will take place very Boon. Mrs. Turner is at present in Toronto.-" Mr. Jory was formerly mannger of tho Hank of Commerce ut High River. Kdmonton Saturday News: Mr. Simmons' nomination has been a foregone conclusion for fully a year back. He is a mun of decided abilily, whose term in the Legislature has shown that he possesses distinct capacity for public life. With Mr. Magruth us his opponent, one of the prettiest contents in the country will be seen. Mr. Donnan and wife from the i Little How, were in the city this week. I Harry Wilson, of the Little How, has returned from a trip to Denver, Col. Walter Jordan has been elected treasurer of the Young People's Association of Alberta Methodist conference. Mrs. H. W. Nesbitt accompanied her parents, Major and Mrs. Belcher, as far as Calgary and then wejU east to her home in Carnduff, Snsk. Major Belcher and family left for Kdmonton this week, where thoy will in future reside. No more popular ^ family has resided in Lethbridge, and I their departure is the occasion for j much regret. Major Heloher is one of the best known officers of the Mounted Polce. Ho enlisted in l(V73 j and has been in the service over since. He served in the Yukon, took .part in the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, and wuh second in command of the Strathcnna Horse in South Africa. He wus given the C.M.G.- for distinguished service in that war. The early closing by-luw went into effqetypn Monday. V. 8. Leffingwell was in the city from Warner this week. He reports things at that town in a thriving condition. Many new people are coming in and taking up land. Several new people are opening business places in the town too. THE WEEK'S WEATHER The weather during the past week lias been of the most delightful nature, being more like September than December. The reudings for the past week are : Date Max. Min. Friday, Nov. 29*...... 52 35 Saturday, Nov. 30...... 51 4.'l Sunday, Dec. I ...... 54 35 Monday. Dec. 2...... 40 23 Tuesday, Due. 3...... 62 37 Wednesday, Dec. 4 .. .. 61 33 Thursday, Dec. f>...... 60 35 For the fair we have the fairest ornaments ever made in Gold and Silver jewelry-articles that will charm the fairest charmer. Presents for her that will make her think tenderly of the giver lung after the present has been bestowed. We have, in short, a great and glittering variety of beautiful Kings and Watches. Chains, Charms, Bracelets, Hair and Throat Ornuments of pretty and exclusive designs. Also Silver-Plated Tea and Coffee Services, Knives, Forks Spoons, etc. DON'T BUY t Y s: The Material for your shed, bnrn ^ or house untill you have seen our 4m. Ship-lap f Finest material on the market at closest "price" yet MINAHD'S UNIMICNT CUBES GAHtilCT IX COWS. JEWELER ENGRAVER OPTICIAN Agent for BELL PIANOS Carload each of fresh Lime, Wood Fibre Plaster and Cement iu stock. Rogers-Cunningham Lumber Co., Ltd. : lethbridge. Taker, Stirling, Raymond, Magrath, Coleridge W, J* Armstrong J ^*^**<^<^****<^,,m* ^??^^^^?^?????h* Herald Ads. Bring Results.