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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta I w HEY LAS' 3 - Specials - 3 1VI< n's Wool - ocks 8 Pairs for...................................11.00 Heavy Pea Jackets Worth 16.00, now.......................$4.00 Lined Duck Coats Worth 4.75, now..............................$3.76 A fnll line of Stanfield's Underwear-the best in the market. FRESH GROCERIES A. MACDONALD & CO. Christmas Goods "We invite aJl to see our Stock und Prices ot Perfumes, Xiims. Canltt, Books, Combs, Brushes, Mirror.g, Leiithfji- Goods, including Kotlak Albums, Wallets, Purses, Etc. Before Purchasing Elsewhere. J. J. JOHNbTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER 'Phone 18. Night Bell. A LOCALBUDGET. Don't forget the number-106. For Rent.-Two rooms; warm and comfortable; nicely located. Apply at Herald office. 2t4 Mrs. G. 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 town. 5tf Saturday was .the coal tniners bi-weekly pay day, and the roll amounted to nearly $16,000, 5900 bushels Northern Oats and 100 tons good flay for sale at Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd. 4tf Ed. Gallivan has a new thorough-bretl bull-dog that is making quite ;i !jit among the canine society of Uie town. A. Fox was here from Sweet Grass vicinity last week. Mr. Fox is an extensive wool grower and is wintering 6000 head of sheep in the hills. F. W. Miebach, of Gold Butt, Mont., brother of H. E. Miebach, lias Ijeeii added to the force at the \\'indsor. Mr. Bode, wife and three daughters arrived Saturday from Wisconsin to homestead near Kip. Mr. Bode had been a resident of the state for nineteen years. Charlie Hyssop came in from the ranch tlie other day with a bunch of whiskers tliat is attracting much altentiou. Tliey are cut Belly Kiver style and stop his watch whenever Charlie looks at the time.. Wantetl-A good general servant at once, good wages. Apply to Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare. 4 II. A. Wright and Vic McGuire lay claim to being ]3edro champions. Tliey have worated the roomei's in one or two blocks aiid are willing to take on almost any old kind of a contest. Bornt Leather Novelties AiiTrSTIC AM) nUKABLIi -Jiisi received; i/icliuling Souvenir Snap Shots of town and district, Cushion Covers, Portieres, Book and Magazine Covers, Pen Wipers,-Match Holders, Whisk Holders, Blotters, Calendars, Postcards, Albums, Book Markers, Satchels, Glove and Handkerchief Cases A supply of GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS always on hand Telephone 49 Night Bell E. J. Hill was on the sick list a few days last week from la grippe. H. O. Bredin, manager of tbe Bocky Butte ranch, is in town. ' Tho8. Brown, the well known St. Marys rancher, is taking on a few squares at the Lethbridge for a couple of days. Several new radiators were placed in the central school building last week by Hick & Wakely, and the rooms are now nice and comfortable. Tom Phair, mixolc^ist at the Arlington, is aroimd again after enjoying the pleasantries of lumbago for over a week. W. A. Armstrong, who has been on his homestead li Willow Bunch the past six months, left for Butte Tuesday. He will return in the spring with his farming outfit. What about your Xmas. presents. Have them put away for you at Wright's. By the way the European novelties are going'this year, it is not too early, as these goods cannot be replaced. 5tf Messrs. Publow and Stark are down from Calgary this week, listening to the music of the winds whistling through the trees that ought to he, and at the same time advocating the more congenial strains of the Bell piano. The Herald's roll of honor will be open for a' little while longer, so shove along that subscription if it isn't alreatly in, DroiJ into the palace with it; telephone it (106), or mail it-any old way to get it here. A train puffed into town from the south one evening last 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." . new) music store We beg to announce to the musical public and intending purcliasers of Pianos and Organs of Lethbridge and surrounding country that we have opened a show room in Mr. Southard's new store, and extend to all 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 OR WIUTE FOR CATALOGUE. Butcher CgL Publow EDMONTON - CALGARY - LETHBRIDGE .\DIBS ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN Brooches We are showing an excellent line of Gold Filled and Solid Gold Brooches. : : : : : The quality is the best, the price moderate. : r ; : Wm. C Liphardt Jeweler - Watchmaker Engraving Pone Py Hand NO TROUBIiB 10 snow GOODS. Dan. Rice, assistant roadmaster, on the St. Marys road, is in town. R. A. Wright was a Fernie visit- 0/ Suiulay and Monday. Wright, the, the Jev-'eler, has them all going this Xmas. Presents from 50c to giJOO.OO each. 5tf Bom-On Saturday, Dec. 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Rosbaske, a son. Tom. McCangherty will leave on the 18th on a six weeks' trip to Ottatva. W. Ripley and Miss B. Bowser were in town Sunday from the Little Bow. J. M. Durkin, of Calgary Land Office, has been transferred to the Lethbridge institution. E. G. Hazel, of Fernie, is in town for a couple of days, and is doing a land office business in the lime line. J. W, McNicol, of the Enterprise Lumber Co., returned Saturday from a visit of several days to the firm's various branches. Call up Western Warehouse & Transfer Co., Ltd., for good hay and Northern Oats. 4tf F. R. Tyne, of Bradstreet's, was in town on Monday getting a line on how the business men of Lethbridge stood with the sheriff. Wm. C. Liphardt; late of Fernie, has purchased the jewelry businesB of Adam Zilliax, and is putting in a large stock. Mr. Zilliax is leaving for Orangeville, Ont. Rex Virtue left yesterday for Moosomin, Sask., where he will join his wife, and the couple will proceed to Ottawa to spend the winter. The ratepayers of Stafford village will hold a meeting in the English church mission tomorrow (Thursday) evening, for the discussion of matters pertaining to the welfare of the village. Since the weather has moderated work has been started again on the new steam laundry. It will only be a short time now before you can give the chink and his gob of squirt the go-by. The cover plates on the sewer manholes in many places project several inches above the ground, and are a menace to drivers, who are kicking as only driven can. The matter should certainly be attended to. John Wilson, of Smith Bros. & Wilson, who has been looking after the work on the new Bank of Montreal at Raymond the past few weeks, returned to Lethbridge Sunday. The bank is almost oom-. pleted. Capt. Bums, with a fine outfit of horses, cattle, wagons, grain, household effects, etc., passed through the Mecca last week from Devil's Lake, N. D., on his way to Tp. 12, R. 23, where he recently acquired a good ranch. And Btill they come. Mr. and Mrs. Newton who live about three miles out of town on the irrigation ditch gave a pleasant card and dancing party to quite a number of their young friends on Friday evening. About ten couples from Lethbridge got in on the good time. J. W. Martin, government land agent, leaves the latter part of the week for London, Ont., where he will join his better half, who has been visiting in the east for the past five months. Mr. and Mn. Martin and their young son, will return shortly after Chrittmas. Bishop Pinkham of Oalgary, preached at. both, morning and evenin^^ services in St. Augustine's church last Elund^y, and at St, Marys in the afternoon. Re also held oonflrmation, and altogether sixteen were confirmed. This was jthe second confirmation in eight I months, and, as the bishop said, I was a remarkable sign of spiritual life in the parish. The bishop also stated that St. Aogostiue's choir WM the best in the diocese. Dr. DeVeber returned home from Edmonton Monday. Harold Sage was released from the hospital Monday. Bom.-On Tuesday, Nov. 28th, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crabb, ;i flon. A. E. Kaffer, one of the prosj er-ous farmers in this section, was in town last Friday. W. S. Hill, of Belly River, left Saturday for Wyoming to (teconi-pany his home. P. Bums & Co. ship};ed a car-' load of ID head of beef cattle to Nelson, B. C, last week. ' Young Bros, will deliver at the ' stock yards on Saturday I'iiOO head , of mutton for P. Burns & Co. ' Watch Kean's ad. 5tf Car of B, C. Sugar at the Bently Co., Limited. A. Welch of Little Bow, says he will break 600 acres in the spring. Rooms to reut. steam heat und electric light. Applj- to Willium Ott. ,.Mr. aji;i Mil.'. E. Beauii;.!. Min?i Kirie find Halyii \Vin'o;*oii vevr over fj-ora iViagiatlion Hatmduy, Tiie old council will have one more tu�etiijg -(jue we<.'k fron; Monday-before it ndjouma sine dii'. Four settlers from Indiana way passed tlii-ough last week to C