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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, BTA.THVilSMY. DKCEMBEU 6. 190G. TkcSloM SikliilkcliMi Spebial Bargains IN >�  Men's ClQtMlg In on^er to redaee onr large stock of men's clothing Iwfore tlieint^!=U|li:.]re�r^we will offer special iiidaoBmento fivia^ NOW �litil CftRiaTMAS. RemeiAber we Ua�a nothing bat the tery latest fall patterns. "~ XUT m TWO. Men's tweed'saits In single and donble breasted. Itegnhir price $10,>sale price f5.75. Men's suits in dark,tgr^ and brown mixtnres, Italian doth lining, single breasted; Regular price, 912, sale price, 18.50. Men's sni^s in tweeda aind wonted, best trimmiDg, single and ^ donble breasted. Regular price, 114, sale price, tlO. Men's sibits in imported tweeds ana worsted, every garment tailpr mnde^. Beg'utar price. 915 and 916, sale price, 913. .Men's jnits in tweeds and blue arid black worsted, tatbt: nor; PAMcd tbrouBii Toronto tiiitt morntiig'' on hi�-way,hack from L^thbridSc-co Otta-wa. Other than to. make an (Hr planation concerning his vieit.to In-dlnnapoKs,. in regard to which therrf i apiMRrod to bo .9omo inisundorstsnl-ing, he had nothing to say,. H� Htatcd on Tuesday last a iioalsj. pi agroatncnt Ijetwesn the company and iho mfin )Mid boso reached, .whic6 but for. one clauiic, to which- exception was taken by the men, woukl prol>-. obly have tornrinat�l the mtrikcf.oa. lhat/ day.. ...... The clause had reference to the rit^ts o{ union and non-union men reapectlvely. H� had drafted a sub. stituie .clause. l*ho company boing; unwilling to accept this clauM, i.ad th� men poittively refusing io av ' cept the compan,v'a clause, the latter decided, .n viov. of iho great \respon-siibiUiy upon them, to rcf^r the uuvt-tcr to President Mitchell. ahd to abide by hi� dccdsion. Two of the comniittw left .Lothbridge on Tuea day night. Mr. King says: "To have goao to lBdiannr>oNB: .�nd return to.Lor.h'; bridge would have taken theM men a wr�efc, and there khh �. probalbiUty that, some nrisundenitaadiiig .as 'ta the cMict po.�Hioo of allairs, might', arise while there. whichT would .ruTr! ther dela>* maVtors. I. had thorefolro to.decido whether it was better to wart in L�thbridgo and run 'UIa 4 mmiit:tor; iKigattiat'iniw had'i^Meis'obcasT ioB�d tbrou{^^:the:din)�;ulty the gw-eml^-inaoaij^er had- in comiminiflatmg with Mr.Mmton, Whun he i-each-yj Iadihaapo>iis, on itatuivlay mbrnii^^V 1. r?cei>'�d a telegram from the gon  :erul inanafior at Leihbridg.? .sltiiiiti; tbat;;the compuny. widhr ihj t.rcum-siaaccfi, had .docithlii�ldg�;" -^ . 4- DcMmbcr WcddiAf i. An interos'liflg cvtnt look placa last evening at the honw,, of Saiuuni (ones, .Sr.. wlun his' youngest damiMcr, Kosalini Ijidith, was untt-ecrforincd 'tlfc ccro-mony. ~A large numlicr of guests wero pivsent. A. wedding supper iv.is served, after which.a pleasant evcn-ingr was spent. The brict aid from tho iin-'io*. Oa^sr-.lkfljpumcd Ilccause W{4nes.t talsim up; C.. l?i'*:^�.v^eoni1x�re, acting as Crown Piroso^ltor. . MargoinC^ltodd pleaded guilty t.o th�>'t!hc(t ^rjartlclee from M,. Q. Cannon-of Siagnith and WAS scatencjd lo two- jSi^ tho poniient'iary: aha l�a.at gunty^mdl^ted to be tried by a. Jury.; d�i court. C;.;v^fyHari-li, llocJwj^ " dff-fend�Mi, Bexv vs^>36'y''y' * charge of rope upottj iburgai^t' Todd, was dismiss.^d. W evfdeiuvliWng taken. Robt' ISlMfersby pleaded not guilty to.chargc�'.;'anc at Calgai^' in Xma-unry. -- "V Plenty of Caadidates. The' Municipal nomanatioos on Monday did not'create a grcal deal of interest. There 'is a prpapoct til a keen figftt for the ninyomlty, and ovBryth'ing indicates lilso that the .\lrtermnnic contest will'be lively. The nomination 'proceo/linas took place liofoi-e City Clerk Uowimii .r,d the noiiiinu'tions were a.s foUowT: FOll MAYOll. ^ Wmltcr Stuart Oalbraith. M.D., nominated by E. A. Cunningham, .sccondatl by 11. .J. Baldry. William Ifnndcrson, noirj'natcd b} Fred Kooney, seconded by Brown Pipes, ALDERMEN E. A. Cunninsliam, nominated by V. If. Miaivljuni, M.P., seconded b,r T. McNabb. Geo. L. Vrooman, nominoitc*!, >)y U. E. Shorlocli, seconded by Ci. H. Johnston! li. Maclneih nomin-xted by Wm. Oliver, seconded by E. Adams. llobt. Watson, noniinri^^ed by ,1 l>av)9, seconded by I. M-iTierc^. J�s. .^shcrot't, nojtiinatwl b,*' Fred Rooney, seconded by Ucn. Whitney A. Ilrown Piiws, noiu*inat4>d by W. D. Whiliwy, seconded Vy H. Hutc'i inson. I. M. Pierce, nominated by Win. Oliver, socondod by TO. A. CiUinin^j-ham. U. .7. llftWri, nominatod by Creigh ton M.atchcu, . socomlfd by .1. Jf. Ritchie Four Aldermen are lo bo elect*'?!, the fourth filling Uio place of Dooley- resigned. PUnLIC SCHOOL TRUSTEES. M. Frceiiiau nom^inuted by John V.^-cn, seconded by O. II. .lohnston.. .1. II. Fleetwooil, nomin.'i't'ed b,v R. E. Shei'ldtk, sorondoy .1. v. Hig'inlxjtliani. Hugh Sr.'ichf.ih. nominated tyllugn .Sco'tt, S2Cor.dcd by Win. Oliver. These thi-c�} gentlisnitu were elocte ri'tnrnprl liy m--Rlamatior.. After ihf. nominalion.s brief )-.  marks on municipal proWom.s wen-made by Aid. OWver. Dr. Oalbr.�.iih Wm. Henderson and (others. A GOOD BEGINNING MAKES A GOOb ENDING TO CHRISrMAS SHOmil Days are^flying as they always fly when the Yule-tide seasoji comes around-when there is sv nnich to do in preparation.; CbristmhseTe will be here almost Ibefore. yott know it^hty fifteen'' shoppingtiays.left. If youjhaven't beRun^your Christmas shippings begin now-slow begiiinOTi are apt (o be slow finiBhers,iand judging by the last day*' Gliristmas ruah of a year ago we wUF have,more than we can do tb give that perfect service we wotiid' like.V Help us, help yourielves; help our salesmen by doingiyour Christians chopping early-early in the month, earlyJn the day. What couid be more iicceptable than a JaEGFER PURE WOOL Dressing Gown;/, i'lsji willjfind a beautiful _ asportment in ournew'iitock of thwrn. Every om> dif-r'^ferfeht. No twoalike.-..V- ' jAtaiA DfMsint Oftwn. CerM a MNind.- Mdna Dressing Oown, No. W^7,_ made from heavy pure ' Woplsr cloth, donble coided oiitg^s; silk and wool girdle. Jaicger catalogue prii?e............. lO 50 M^n'S Dressing Gown, No. P. fi. 25, very handsome .dark patterns^ sold at catalogue price ...... .. 10 75 Men's Dressing Oown, No. G. E. 3, benutifnl soft dark clothsi, the very finest quaU ity of Wool. Jaeger catar logne price....._____15 00 Ladies^ jFancx Dressing '.Gown, timde from pare wool taffetta", Oriental-ipat-^ terns, sdid at . catalogtto price.;..'......... 10 00 Ladies' heavy pure wool Dressing Gowns, in solid colors only,-trimmed with silk.and pearl ornaments to matcb,8 beautiful garment, Kice..............n 00 (dies' DressingvJackets, made from finewooltaffettn, Oriental patterns,.trimmetl with silk,price .... .3 75 LaritN'OMnlngOmii 1 niR COATS. FUR-LINED COATS AND EUR CA^S Purs^ for winior are one of the.best investments-Southard ':� furs especially. Fine quality of skins, well matched^ made : up ip-the liitest styles, and eveiy garment fully gnnraniteed. ., Each garment. is closely egfiinined; and not a faulty one Hent out.v Truly a good investment at'blonthntd's priccA. Man's Pur Liaad Coats. shell made "of ^ impoited ^^vcr ?}lah,Uiiedi)� body ; nudslee^inrwiih^^'gual-ity Canadian Ifahnot^ lurge German Ott^r coUai^ and lapels. A rer)' smart and semceoble f oa'ti ' 'X' Soutitni-d's pricr>, f 45.00 Man's Racoon C6al�i lint) /quality natiital Kill-furred skins, well inatclied and sewn, liued with blsck Italiun quilted lining. ^Lnrge roll collar and rito-'lair Ixirrel buttons. Per-3t Bltyl<' and iinish. A rery warm cent. 13oull)a]rV$ pri- e.. $65.00 Man'aFw Lined Coats, fine Englisli Beaver cloih shell. -.Unad "Tvith Jtpavyv full-furred , dark ^iiBkrat;�with.- wide^^ storm collar and lapels of full-fnrrett Labrador Otter, easy fitting, the latest, style. . A very beautiful coat. , Southard's price.... .'|95.C0 Men's Far Caps, ni Wed^c or Jockey style, made from Muskrat, Otter, Beuver, Persian Lamb, Nutria. Aatrachan and (jcrniafV Oftfir.. I'ricf.-s $2 00. a.-SO, 4.0t�, 5.t)0. � ^ , . lo.oo up to 15 00 NUMHMlVUnl'ISI Attractive Display of Trunks and Suit Casel It is ua'eleas to look: for better Trunks and Suit Case.s-they ate not iiiadeT'lf tli^ were, they would be,here. This trunk and bag store was never better eqttippedto^ lupply your needs than now. Perhaps you have n friend in mind who iravela-rcp'iiJdn't^ ivb him a gift that-wonld be more appreciated than one of these trunks or suit ci im a gift that-wonld jWe can give you a- good llookiiig and strong canvas-' (covered trnnk, steel bound,' ~ith half-inch hardwood ats, sheet iron bottom,.' ..ith brass luck and strong ijclamps and deep coverecl jtray. |32-inch 34-inch 86-incU ]$.S.OO $5.BU .$�<�0' L-^�e.S' Dress Suit Case, mode o. good quality grain jMither^ on n strong steel irame^ capped corners, with' goicd brass loc.'.' and claspa. fttl)!' cloth lined, -.with . pocket*^ and double ^ press straps^r A veryharidsomecase. -f 22-inch 2i.inch 26.ir.oh|| $6 50 $7 00 .$7.5