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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TFe Lethbridge VOLUME 2 Tk� Store Quality. Satisfaction Guaranteed MITCHELL SICK Dftt'UTATI'ON VW NOT 81015 MIS-K1F9 PKE91DENT. Company Accepted Clause Drawn .ip by Mr. K'inff. LETHBRIDGE, A^OTHTA, THURSDAY DKCEMBEll 0. 1900. NUMBER S tiff? TWO YEARS SBXTfeNCft IMF09EI) WON MAIL GAllK'F TODD. Casus 'Vfljournod Hocauw; WHjiosscs  Were AbHcni. Toronto, Doc. 3.-W. L. MocImjmIu Kins, deputy minister of La'bor; paused through Toronto -thismorning1 on his w,iy(l)ack from l*Hhbrid�c to er.-ing"'.o'f-le Ottawa. Other than to make an cx-1 ,v'*-> " Qr planatlon concerning his visit to ln-UiiuvapoViH, in. i\>gard to which them appeared to ba aomo inlsundorstun 1-Ing, hs had nothing to say. H'� stated on Tuesday last a Irtish* ot agreement IwtwoJn tho company nnd tho iiK*n hud Imsn reached, .which'"but for one clnuitc, to which exception was tftken by tho men, would probably havo terminated tho utrlke. on thai) day. The clause had roforenco -to the rights of union and non-union m?n respectively. Ho had drafted a sub stllute claiiiw. Tho comi>any bolng unwilling to accept this clauso, t.ud tho men nojAtivcly refusing lo nc  cept the company's clause, the latter decided, .n viw- of Uvj groat! respon-sMilUty upon thani, to refer the (natter to President Mitchell, ami to abide by his decision. Two oi the committee left ixrthbridgc on Tuos  day night. Mr. King says: "To havo gone to,- . .  � lodiannnoM.. and return �o I**h, | mefrinu L4ethbi*idge." 8ur5i*e)>9fji,*>urt commanded its .it-tiliigs ^/e^'Tttosday with .fu&tltf-? C. A. slfewl..presiding. On the op- n^'bfteif of Uiq Lclhbridgo liar, cofli^menled the now Judge on his nppMttfnSn^ and declared that his olovftti&tjrVo the U*nch had glv'eu greata saUsTactton to tho profession 09 he WM'^bblicd upon as one of the most cApabie^ iand 'studious men in Justico^llituart tntule a very pioas-ant reply in acknowledging tho kindly expression Offered, lie hnnctl \>t dewrve.tr^'support and 'sympathy �>f the' bar and no would endeavor to performi,: ttWj^jluttos in nn impartial and faii;, manner. * The criminal cases wore flr�i, taken up. C. *\ X-''Conjtware, acting an Crown Prp�ec>rU>r. Margaret To!eai)�i guilty u> tho rticft'of articles from M. Q. Cannon . of Magrath and was 8outonc_.il to two" years in tho pcnitonl'iAry. She had, a; JjKvlom conviction ag-aiivs* her as, well. Frank test-i^n fticod two charges, one of houM braaklng in the North He plead- nd guilty- .[id th*(t and tho houw breaK{a(,.^lp ^a�. withdrawn. Ilo j was remand^ tor fentcno?. bshasi^^'^iaireed with att�mptlng to causa nn^sxplosion pleaded -.ot guilty and elected to be tried by a jury. As a witness was absent the case was transferred to tho next court. C, Jp.;. Harris. Uacleod. defended, Kex \*s.. Jerry, a charge of rapo upon Margaret Todd, wus dismissed, no evidence being taken. Itobt. Endersby pleaded not guilty to charges of horse stealing. The '.Abo was nclourned until a woekfrjm Saturday. P. ,f. Xolan. Ca.garv. ia defending. - A non suit was enh'ivd in the rase of Taylor vs. 11. ,0. Trust nnd guar-at. tee Co, T. Ttooney appoalM^jrom n eonvlc-.lon. in wiiich lie Wia*1: fined for an infraction of the liquor l-.vw. riw udgo referred, it to tho Supreme ^ourt en banc ut fulgnry in Jan -uarv A GOOD BEGINNING MAKES A GOOD ENDING TO CHRISTMAS SHOPPING �    i . . . Days arc flying as they always fly when the Yule-tide seasoji comes around-when there is so much to do in preparation. Christmas eve will be here almost 'before, you know it-only fifteen, shopping days loft. If youliaven't begun'", your Christmas shipping, begin now-slow, beginners Are apt lo be slow finishers,jand judging by the Inst days' Christnins rush of a year ago we will have more thnn we can do to give that perfect service we woiild like/ Ilelp U9, help yourselves, help our salesmen by doing:your Christmas shopping early-early in the month, early in the day. : a. JAfMIt December Wedding*. Special Ualues in furs I � lied in i Everything in the Fur line must lie cleared before the iirat of tho year.  Men's Black Goat Coats......... ............."......$18 CO Men's Black Sheared Buffalo Lumb................... 22 00 Men's Brown Buffalo Lamb.......................... 22 00 Men s Detachable Fur Collars Meu'a Nutr'a Fur Collars............................$5 00 Men's AlnBka Sable Collar............................ 5 25 Men's Persian Lamb-Shaw Collar..................17 00 Men's Persian Lamb-Notched Collar........... .....20 00 Tailoring Wo make a specialty of Fine Tailoring, and can offer you the very best workmanship Canada can produce at Eastern Prices. Prices $15 to $25. An interesting, cwnt took placj lust evening tit the hom.' of Samuel 'ones, Sr.. wit. n bin youngest duu�>4cr, Itosalin? Edith, wus united in mnrjmgo t�> llolwii AlexundiT Culbertson, a well known un 1 pop . ular younJf inan of our city. ilex. J. E. Ilughaon iH>rformed 'tlw cer.>-mony. A large nuinlier of guests were present. A wedding supper was served, after which n plensnnt evening was six-nt. The bride was the i retSplent of many useful ami boau j llfu, presents. The many friends ol ; the hupp.v couple will l;e ple�se as low us tnose given by any private or mun-irtpnl owned system in Uw west. NOTICE TO MIXERS Tho Minors t'nion has postal n notice informing members that i they refuse to accept work when it is ofl'oiwd to tiwin in tho mines now th#y ennnot expect aid from the un ion- Plenty of Candidates. Tin* Municipal nominal ioOs on Monday did not create a great deal of interest. There is a prosjvet oi a keen fight for the mayoralty, and I'verythin^ indicates also ih:>t the Alik-rmnnic contest will be lively, The nomination'proceedings took plate before City Clerk llounmn .t.d the nominations were as IoIIoivn- I'OR MAYOR. W'ulter Stuart O.Ubraith. M.D.. nomimvted by K. A. Cunningham, wcomkxl by It. Prod Roonev. seconded by llrown Pil>eH. ALDERMEN' E. A. C'unnin^hiim. nominated by �'. II. M*ewiiurn, Ml)., secon.leil by T. McNabb Geo. L. Vroonvan, nominate';! 'A-R. )�. Sherlock, seconded by (! (I Johnston. II. MnclxMh nominated by VVin. Oliver, seconded by K. Adams. RoVt. Watson, nomim-^i-d by .1 Davis, seconded by I. M.. P.eree. Jns. Ashcroft, nouunaiisl by Kied Roonoy. Sjcondvd by Ren. Whitney A. llrown I'ilK's, nom'.nnt.-. nominated by Creigli ton Matchvll. seconded by .1 Jl Ritchie Four Aldermen am to be olecUMl, the fourth lilling the place of Alii Uooley rcsigne�l. l'URLIC SCHOOL TRl'STEES. M. Freeman nominated by John S.vcn, seconded by (I. II. toii. J. II Fleetwood, noiniimlJHl b.\ [{. E. Shrlo(-k, sorondiHl by .1 �) Mifiinliotlinn: Hugh MneU-th. nominated I ylliign , iicntl, Keor.doil by Win. Oliver. | Th so throo gentlemen worn elect.nl by acclamation Mr Fleetwood huiir ctoool�> SEPARATE SCHOOL TRI'STI-VS Fre U 1'irh.-. II Miron. nomiiiated by L .fohnstj.ii-, seconded by F Ki-nny ,J. 11. I'iche. noininiitetl '1 y T Kevin, s. conded i>y II. Minui. 'i'lieso thivs' won" returned clamntior.. After the nominations brief marks on municipal problems were made by Aid. Oliver. Or. (inlbr.vith W'm. Henderson andfotheis. by r. What could be more acceptable thnn a JAEGER PURE WOOL Dressing Qown ? .Yon will J find'a boauttiul -assortment in our new'slock of tliem. Kvory one different. No two alike..... . ; s Dressing Gown, No. W67, made from heavy pure wool, cloth, double corded edges, silk nnd wool girdle. OfMMn 50 Men's Dressing Gown, No. P. E. 25, very handsome .dark patterns,,sold at catalogue price........10 75 Men's Dressing Gown, No. G. E. 3, beautiful soft dark cloths, tbe very finest quality of wool. Jaeger catalogue price.........15 00 Ladies" {Fancy Dressing Gown, tiiado from pure wool tatfotta, Oriental,patterns, sold at catalogue price.:..1... ...... 10 00 Ladies' heavy pure wool Dressing Gowns, in solid colors only, trimmed with ilk and pearl ornaments to match,a beautiful garment, price..............11 00 Ladies' Dressings Jackets, made from finewooitaffettn, Oriental patterns, trimmed with silk, price......3 75 iMtasONMinsowm (FUR COATS, FUR-LINED COATS AND FUR CAPS Purs for winter urc one of the best investments-Southard furs especially. Fine quality of skins, well matched', made up in the latent styles, and every garment fully guaranteed. Each garment .is closely examined, and not a faulty one sent out.. Truly a good investment at Honthnrd's price*. Men's Fur Lined Coats. shell made of impoited ^Beaver OlrtU, lined ija body and sleeves with fine quality Canadian Marmot, large German Otter collar, and lapels. A very siniuL and serviceable c oat. Southard's price, $45.00 Men's Racoon Coals. tine .'quality natural full-furred skins, well matched nnd sewn, lined with black Italian quilted lining, j Large roll collnr and mo. [hair barrel buttons. Per- ! lfcct stylo uiid finish. A �very warm coat. Ijoutliuid's prie. $65.00 Men's Fur Lined Conti, fine Engl'iBli Beaver cloth shell, lined with heavy fuM-furred dark Muskrat, with wide storm collar and lapels of full-furred Labrador Otter, easy fitting, the latest style. A very beautiful cent. Southard's price....$95.CO Men's Fur Caps, in Wedge or Jockey style, made from Muskrut, Otter, Beaver, Persian Lamb. Nutria. Astruelum and (iernnin (liter Prices $2 00. 3."SO, I.0O, 5.00.' IO.OO tip to In 00 mow* WW Attractive Display of Trunks and Suit Cases!; It is useless to look for better Trunks utul Suit Cases -they are not made. If they were, they would be here. This trunk and bag storo wad never better equipped to {supply your needs than uow. Perhaps you have n friend in mind who travels-.couldn't jgivo him a gift that would be more appreciated than one of these trunks or suit eases. J Dress Suit Case, inude*o\ We eau give you a good looking and strong canvas-jcovontl trunk, steel bound,' with hnlf-inch hardwood slats, sheet iron bottom, with brass lock and strong {clamps und deep covered lray. |32-iuch 34-inch ofi-inch |$�.UO $5. SO $ttOO' good quality grain,leather^1 on a strong steel' IramoJ capped corners, with good brass lock und clasps, full! cloth lined, with pocket mill double press straps. A very handsome ease. '-'2-inch rM-itich 2�-inch' $0 AO $7-00 ,$7.5QJ T GIVE I HIM rA JAEGER VEST Theso Vests are knitted from n very fine quality of pure wool, in pretty funcy designs, -moll pin checks and stripes. They are very elastic and can be worn oyer the> vest if lesirel Prices run from $3.00 to $S.50. All lines are sold exactly at Jaegers b des eutalogued prices. FANCY HOSIERY Would be Appropriate. Wo havo many new and exclusive styles in pure silk, silk aud cash*, niflu", fancy cashmere, cashmere embroidered with silk, silk spun, \: 'etc Prices.........fiom 2oc. to 1.00 Beautiful assortment at......COc. SOUTHAR LEI 11 BRIDGE, ALT ;