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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta WHILE THEY LAST 3 - Specials - 3 M n's Wool '** ocks 8 Pairs for...................................$1.00 Heavy Pea Jackets Worth $0.01), now.............................$4.00 Lined Duck Coats Worth 4.75, now..............................$3.75 A full lino of Stuufiold's Underwear-the bust in the market. FRESH GROCERIES A. MACDONALD & CO. Christmas Goods Wo invito oil to hco our Stock mul Friers oi Perfumes, Xuiiis CnnUi. Ho'iki*. CoiiiIih, Brushes, Mirrors, Leather Goods, including Kcnlak AlbuifiH. Wallets, Purses. Etc. Before Purchasing Elsewhere. LADIES ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN Brooches We are showing nn excellent lino of Gold Filled and Solid Gold Brooches. : : : : : The quality is the best, tho prion moderate. :  : : Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler - Watchmaker Snriravtnif Done Py Hand NO TKOUBtiB 1c) 81i0w GOODS. Watch Koan'sad. 5tf Car of B, 0. Sugar at tho Bently Co., Limited. A. Welch of Little Bow, says he will break WX) acres in the spring, Rooms to u'tit. steam heut mid electric lif'ht. Apply to William Ott. ! Mr-. v, B.'iiuii..), Miss Ririe awl Ralph WintcrUm von over from Mug/allion Saturday. The old council will have one more mooting one week from Monday- before it adjourns sine die. from Indiana way last week to Coal- Dr. DoVobor returned homo from Edmonton Monday. Harold Sage was released from the hospital Monday. Born.-On Tuesday, Nov. 28�h, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crabb, a *on. A. E. Kaffor, one of the pros) er-ous fu'rmers in this section, whs in town last Friday. W. S. Hill, of Belly River, left Saturday for Wyoming to accompany his wife home. P. Burns & Co. shipped a ear-load of ID head of beef cuttle to Nelson, B. 0,, last week. Young Bros, will deliver at the stock yards on Saturday liWK) head dale, where of mutton for P. Burns & Co. land. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fairbanks; Court is in session this week and expect to occupy their new store several cases have been heard and the last of this week or the first of judgments will be rendered at the XX next. close. || Miss Rowena Booth, a daughter Something new in Ladies Belts !* of Judge Booth of Provo and sister and Silk Underskirts, received by of Mrs. Ernest Kimball, is a recent! express today at the Bentley Co., arrival among us, Four Bottlers passed through i.y have taken up 'XX ?? ?t ?? TY ?? ?? 'H* ?y ?t .�..�. H* TY YY YY YY YY YY YY Yt ?T YY YY 44 J. Hart has secured the services Limited. Mr. Odett was in last week from I of Martin Gardner, of Calgary, as' Milk River. He lias some property J. J. JOHNbTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER Phone 18. Night Bell, A LOCAL BUDGET. Don't forget the number-10�> For Rent. - Two rooms: warm and comfortable; nicely located. Apply at Herald office. 2M Mrs. O. Perry, of Kempville, Out., arrived here Sunday night to join her husband and family. See Wright's stock of Leather Goods- the most complete stock in lown. 5tf Saturday was .the coal miners bi-weekly pay day, and the roll amounted to nearly $1(�,000, fi'.MO bushels Northern Oats and X)o tons good flay for sale at Western SVarohouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. -itf lid. Galli van has a new thoroughbred bull-dog that is making quite a hit among the canine society of tin' town. A. Fox was here from Sweet tiruss yicinity last week. Mr. Fox is an extensive wool grower and is wintering OUOO head of sheep in the hills. F. W. Miebach, of Gold Butt. Mont., brother of H. K. Miebach, lias lieeii added to the force at the Windsor. Mr. Bode, wife and three daughters arrivi-d Saturday from Wis-euiisiu to homestead near Kip. Mr. Bode had been a resident ofi the state for nineteen years. Charlie Hyssop came in from the r.mch the other day with a bunch � I whiskers that is attracting much attention. They are cut Belly Itiver style and stop his watch whenever Charlie looks at the time. Wanted-A good general servant at once, good wages. Apply to Mrs. C F. P. Conybeare. 4 U. A. Wright and Vic McGuirn lav claim to being pedro ehampions. They have worsted the roomers in  me or two blocks and are willing tn take on almost any old kind of a contest. Burnt Leather Novelties A ,llsTt(. AM) M'.enfora little while longer, miinho]p8 in ,mny pl(lC0B projtict so shove along that sulwcriptiou.if w.vem| \nc)WB above the ground, The school authorities had a it isn t already in. Drop into the m,i aro a Im,MHOe tQ drivers, who time getting matters straigh palace with it; telephone it (10b), liro. kicking ub only drivers can. or mail it- any old way to get it Thp matu?r 8houkl certaia]y ^ at. tended to. here. A train puffed into town from the south one evening lust week with the headlight and cab windows smashed. The engineer had been using her as a battering ram to break through a blockade of "the beautiful." John Wilson, of Smith Bros. & Wilson, who has lieen looking after the work on tho new Bank of Hew music Store We beg to announce to the musical public and intending purchasers of Pianos and Organs of Lethbridge and surrounding country that wo have opened a show room iu Mr. Southard's new store, and extend to ull a cordial welcome to inspect our goods. The Bell Piano and Organ Needs no comment as to quality and durability. They are built and guaranteed to last a life time by the largest manufacturers of Pianos and Organs under the British flag. We have full stock now on hand. Prices right and terms to suit everybody. CALL OH WHITE FOR CATALOGUE. weeks, returned to Lethbridge Sunday. The bank is almost completed. Cnpt. Burns, with a fine outfit of horses, cattle, wagons, grain, household effoctB, etc., passed through the Mecca last week from to circulate t^ftWJ1w T?il9 "\ Le*hJlritl8e: I of the Methodist church. Besides S-c!.'J6"J if1 I th� y�u"K nien'8 class- Mr- Roberts . ., , , ...� js organizing a boys' class, and all| boys under 10. who wish to join, j should hand in their names to him. Wm. Provert, one of the leading merchants of Tabor, was in town Friday. Mr. Provert is what might l>o called a pioneer of the J American . continent. He has driven oxen from Salt Luke to | 'Frisco in the early dtr d, and endured all the vicissitudes of Uiobo strenuous times. Father VanTighem received a letter from Helena last week announcing the death." by an electric shock, at Anaconda. Mont,, of Thomas Murphy who was employed r.t the Lethbrjdge electric works last winter. Inquiry is made of a mother and sister and any information will be thankfully received, A Belgium lad by the name of L"on Vanlmverbeke, a resident at the Windsor, received word from the jwtent office iu Washington that his application for jxitent has been allowed for a paper hanging machine. This thing U now and he got word from very competent engineers in New York that the invention had a great commercial value. He is the inventor, too, of an automatic railway signal, patent ponding. A Clock should bo in every room in the house, including thq kitchen. It needn't be a striking clock, if the noise is annoying -though the soft booming of a rich cathedral gong could hardly ^ jar the most sensitive nerves But with a good clock in each room, meals are apt to be on time, the children get to school on time, folks need not be late at church for lack of knowing "what's o'clock," as the English say: and "company" can see when it's time for l,him" to go-though it has happened that the hands ef tho parlor clock have been se' back. But then, everybody knows that parlor clocks are liable to vagaries at such times. : : : : : : pp^g. gjORES: Lethbridge Fernie Medicine Hat Kosthcrn Prince Albert R. A. Wright C. C. Wrtght A. M. Wright B. W. Wright F. W. Wright g R. A. WRIGHT, JEWELER | hsuct of Marriage Lictnsn. No witnetses required 0 There is a funny story being told about a man delivering coal at the North Wurd sclioolhouse. He mistook the cold air box for the coal chute and proceeded to shovel in coal. Win mi it got packed he secured a 2 x I and punched along the coal until he made room for about two tons of coal in the cold air pipe that loads to the furnace. nice 0 , , toned out. Dave Whitney cuts some ice, and this year he got the lead on others who cut ice. Last Thursday he took eight tons from the poud at his place. This ice was nine Montreal at Raymond the past few inches thick and Dave says he can never remember of ice being cut so early in Lethbridge before. The cold wave which temporarily dispelled our balmy ozone last week was a crimper, but then it was Butcher rL Publow EDMONTON . CALGARY - LETHBRIDGE Two Enjoyable Functions. Two delightful progressive "five prevalent all over the country, and hundred" card parties were given -exceptional. It sort of creates a last week by Mrs. Arthur Grace, bond of sympathy to feel tho chilly who was ably assisted by her sister, Devil's Lake, N. D., on his way to toUeh of Manitoba once in u while; Miss Uassie Wallace. The parties Tp. 12, R. 23, where he recently but "Sunny Southern has arisen were given that the friends might acquired a good ranch. And still from it fair and smiling once more, meet Aliss Grace, who is tho gueBt they come. . of Mrs. Grace. Christmas shoppers will oxpen-Mr. and Mrs. Newton who live enCo no difficulty in having their about throe miles out of town on every need supplied right here in the irrigation ditch gave a pleasant Lethbridge. It is really surprising card and dancing party to quite a what largo and well ussorted stocks number of their young friends on the local merchants aro carrying, Friday ovoning. About ton couples ane Herald. We agent, loaves the latter part of the wo�ld "H� {^soMem to week for London, Ont.rwhere he make the foolish mistake of send-will join his better half, who has "\� to TUncle or any other been visiting in tho east for the OhoapJolm catalogue house that past five months. Mr. and Mrs. " ,?lnnd.tS 8lomAl �