Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME a A'- LETHBRIDGE, ALBEUTA, THUBSDXY, DKCEMBEll G, 190C. NUMBER 5 Quality. A Big List of Special Bargains Uv Men's Clothing In order to reduce our men's clothing before" the fret of the year we will offer special inducements from KOW uitil CHRISTMAS. bave uothing but the' .rery latest fall patterns. ;V W TWO. Men's tWeed suits-in single and ddnble breasted. Ilegwlar price price Men's suits and -brown mixtures, Italian cloth lining, single breasted: Regular price, sale price, Men's suits in tweeds and worsted, best trimming, single and double breasted. Regular price, sale price, Men's smts in imported tweeds ami worsted, every garment tailor made. Regular price. and sale price> ,Men's suits in tweeds und blue aiid black worsted, tailor made, single and double breasted. ReguBr price and price, 815. garment finishpd to your measure on the premises. Special in Everything in the Fur line must bo cleared the first of the year. MenVKack Goat .'-T. .CO Men's.Black Sheared .Buffalo Lamb................... 22 00 Men's Brown Buffalo Lamb. 22 00 Men's Detachable Fur Collars MenYNatr'ft' 00 Men's Alaska 5-25 Men's Persian Collar.................. 17 00 Men's Persian Collar.......----- 20 00 -We make a specialty of Fine can offer you the very best workmanship produce at Eastern Prices. Prices to Only Excluarra Men's Outfitters In MITCHELL SICK DEPUTATfOX SEE .VtlN- EK'S PRESIDENT. Company Accepted ''Claus by .Mr. Drawn Toronto, Dec. W.' L: King, niinistsr- of through Toronto this on his from LvthbriUtfe .to Ottawa. Other than to'., make. 'iin ex- planation concerning his ln- in, regard to which to be sonic 1- ng, ha had nothing to say. He stated on last a Jxisis, of y and TWO YEARS __ SKXTKXCE 1MIJ03BD Ll'OS' .MAR- TOD its Absent. conmiiincfrd tings' with C. A. On the of the liar, the HOW judge T_. his and declared his to bench iiad great seUsfactjon to professjoa as he upon as OM of the most" capable, and studious nvtn .M." the! inp-n ht'.d Wen reached, .which but for. clauw, to which exemption s tak-eii by the iiwn.V would prob-, ably have tftrnnnatrd the strike: on. that. day. The clause had- rsfersnc-s to the rights, of union and non-union men. respectively. He had drafted a sub stitule .clause. Tho company- boing; unwilling -to accept this clause, the men positively refusing to ae- cept :the company's clause, the luttcr decided, -.n viev. of tJv; si'bility upon Iham, to rafcivtlie.-uip.t- ter to President Mitchell, and to abidti by his decision. Two oi thd committee: om Tuc3 day night. Mr. Kloff says: "To have gone to lndiann.oohs .and return to bridge would have taken thc-se inen a and 'there .wits a. probability, that. some imsunderstanding .as "to the post-lion of affairs, arise ixrhrlcr there, which? vvbukl ,fur-r ther delay mailers. I had therefore: to decide whether it was better to wait in Lethbridgo and run 'the risk of a mSsumfcjrstundinu arising -as well communication being cut off through "storms or from othor. or' to -go with roprciseutat- n'f tha moK to rndianapalis; so that I Would ba in a "to as- sure positively of cdm pany'p finaL altitude as'soon asvvorj arrived. The managing d.rector.'llr. Nanton, was in OUuwa, and on '-his point -the general, manager at f.cth r bridge could not acf cxccpL unrtjr in- structfcns from hirn.-- t v" made a very pfoas- aiit ia aclknowlodging the kind- Jy 'cxpreission -offered. He hoiwl and "syinpathv of "iwi'ho'would endoavor to peHprm in an itujjartie.1 The criniinal cases were tak.-n up. acUnj Cro.wn ProsccjAor. MargttfetfTodd guilty u> the 'tWft'oTarticios from Itf, Q. C-an- r non of 3fagrath u-as lo jn- the peuitenL'tiiry. conviction ag- ainst her Jfcajwrfl.'j _ Fraiik two charges. one of m tha v Ward, He W "guilty--CCo withdrawnUe A GOOD BEGINNING 1 MAKES A GOOD ENDING TO CHRISTMAS SHOPPING Days arc flying as they always fly when the Yule-tide >seasou comes around-when there is so perfect service we would like Help us, help yourselves, i.t was 'with pleaded guilty ,and to be tried by n, jury. As, a I witness, was abseiit tiie case to tha next court. Mack-oil, de- fended.. Ilex a charge of rape upon Todd, was ao boing taken. Endcrsby pleadad not guilty 'horse stealing. The i-aso was licfournad until a vraskirjm Saturday- J. Xolan, manrt ioned through" the -difficulty the" goa- manager had" in >fr. Xa-nrron. Wlun he ladianapo-hs, on Saturday- 1 received a from the m-ans'g'er at LeLhbridg--> under th.i ;had deckled to accept my clause. ".I the men of this. and tin hour later the di- clared "at tin end. If r. Mitchell ill in -bed, and .tvould anyone not oven -tho who 'had A non suit Vas tintertKi in of Taylor Vs.-iifTC. Trust and guaf- actee'Co. _ P. a cau'vic- libn. fined-for Infraction of tlic liquor KLIV. Tho cferrexJ ic to the Supreme en bane at Calgary Jan uary. December Weddings, An .Interesting -eveni took last evening at 'tha of Samvuji Sr.. when his' youngest ;Uuii0rtcrf Kosalim unit- ed in marrhige to" Robert Alcxanihsr 11 V1 Cwllxirtson." a well 'known-.and ular younjf.'.man of bur city. ilav." J. E.IIvighson iK'n'ornK-tl ''tlirc cere- mony. A large nuniljbr bj gitosts were present. A wedding supper w.is served, after which., a. pleasant even- ing was spent. The bride was tho recipient pi nvany and baaii tifu. presents. Tho many friends of the happy couple pleased to learn -they will "remain in the city.' where Mir. Culbertson is a good business. A rery pretty wedding took place C iho Methodist parsonage on Thursday evening, when Miss Ella M. Taylor, daughter of Win." .T. Tay- lor, .of the C.'P.. Hy.. was unlled. in marriage to M. liarber ot Tab- cr. >ftss Ijillian sister of the bride, was bridesmaid, while Fred iXjtay acted in the capacity of groomsman. Kev, E. Hughion performed the ceremony." A evening was afterward spent at ihe home of the britfe. the happy cou pis leaving for Taber by tha late train where they will resido.'- The brfdc was the recipient of a.number of prelty presents, among which a presentation fnSin the friends of Wesley Church CHoir ;n recognition long and faithful service. J Meter System. The K.ectrio Light Company will introduce the meter system .n the cours.i of a few-months. Manager said -the rates had not boon decided upon .yel, but stated would be a-s low as tnose given by any private or jimn- irtpnl owned system in th.> Plenty of Candidates. ;Thft' Municipal nominatioos on Monday 'did not' create of interest. There is a prospoct of a i-'ten for tho an-'l g1 imlicalcs ui.so that 'he contest Avill' be lively. The nomination "procc-e'dinss.. took place before City Clerk Ikwmnn the nominations were a-s FOR MA YOU. v Stuart Gulbraith. M.D.. nommatcci by E. A. Cynn'mghara, seconded1 by H. J. Ikiidry. William non.vna.ttvl ..'by Frwl Kooney. by Hrown Pipes. E. A. Cunningham, nonslna-Ud hy F. II. Mcvvburn, M.D., seconded by T. McXabb. Ceo. I-. Vroom-a7t, ny K. K. by 0. U. Johnston! H. Maclwth nominated '.by vVru Oliver, seconded by K. Adams! Rob't. Watson, nominr-t.td by Davis, seconded by T. M.-l'-crcr1. 'Ashcroit. nominatsxi by Rooney, sacomicd by I'.sn. Whrfney. A- Thrown nonAnated by 0. Whitney, seconded Vy II. HuLc'i- inson.' .T. M. Pierce, nominated by -Win. Olivor, by K. A. Cunning- ham. H. J.'DaWry. nominated by Creigh ton Matchctl, M. Ritchie Four Aldermen arfi to b3 tha fourth tilling the place of AM. Uoolcy- PUBLIC SCHOOL TRUSTEES. if. Freeman nominated by John N'.vcn, seconded by O. II. Johnston. J. II. Fleetwood. nominated by R. E. Sherlock, seconded by J. lliginljolham. nominated Vyllugn seconded by cw wore by acclamation. Mr. Flectwood sucr himwlf. while Messrs. nun and place f.f Messrs. N'immons nr.d SEPAUATF. SCHOOL TRUSTEES. XOTIGf-: TO MIXEUS. Th-e Miner's Union has postoil notice informing nvembors rofusrt to accept work wlvjn is offered to them.in mines.now, ttwy cannot from tho Kenny, nominated by T. Kevin, by J. H. H. Miron, noniinatcil by L. >1 Johnstonj, sacondert by F. J. H. nominated 'I y T. Kevin. s.-.conded -'i.v H. Miron. These throve nMurnod by clamatior.. After th.i brief iv marks on municipal wore made Aid. Oliver, fir. ftalbrAiih Wm. ilenclerson andfothei-s. Men's Dressing Gown, Mo. made from- heavy pure wool, cloth, double 'corded edges, silk aud wool girdle. Jaeger catalogue price............. 1050 Men's Dressing Gown, No. P. E. 25, very handsome dark sold at'cata- logue price .10 75 Men's Dressing Gown, No. G. E. 5, beautiful soft dark cloths, the very finest qual- ity of. wool. Jaeger cata- Ladies" dTancy Dressing Gown, uiade from pure wool Orieiual-rpat- terns, sold at 'catalogno price 00 pure wool Dressing Gowns, in solid colors only, trimmed with silk.and pearl ornaments to beautiful garment, price...............11 00 Ladies' made from fine wool taffettn, Oriental patterns, trimmed logue price........15 00 with silk, price......3 75 FUR COATS, FUR-LINED COATS AND FUR CAPS Furs for winter are one of the best furs especially. Pine quality of skins, well matched-, made up ia-the latest styles, and every garment fully guaranteed. Each garment', is closely examined, and cot a faulty one C i sent out.- Truly u good investment atfVonthard's prices. Men's Fur Lined Coats. shell ma'de "of "imported Olclh.. lined in body sleeyeaT'witr ity Canadian qual- Marmot Mta'a Fur Lined Coaii, fine Englisii Beaver cloili shell. dined dark l fnU-furred large German Otter collar wi th storm collar and lapels wide of mid lapels. A very smart' full-fnrretl Labrador Otter, and serviceable f oat. jj easy fitlingi the ]atest styjfe Southard's A rcry be.mtihil coat. ''Southard's pfkc-... Men's Racoon Coals'. natural _ foil- 'Men's Fur Caps, iu or Jockey style, made from Muskrat, Otttr, Beaver, Per- sian Lamb; Nutria.'Astrac-ho M nnfl Cicrmnrl Pricis furred skins, v.-ell inatclred and sewn, lined with black Kalian quilted lining. roll collar and rho- Jhair barrel buttons. Per- fect stylf and finish. A very warm oont. i south aid's pri- e.. -LOO, 5.00. JO.GO up to 15 CO niisitox HANI rm Attractive Display of Trunks and Suit t is useless for better Trunks and Suit ate not made. If they i were, they would be :herc. This-trunk and store was never better equipped to: upply.your''needs.thaa now. Perhaps you have a friend in mind who ive' him a gift "be more appreciated than one of these trunks or'suit e? can give you a--good [looking and strong canvas-' veml tmnk, steel with h.-ilf-inch liardwoocl" slats, sheet iron with brass lock and strong clumps and deep covered tray. 32-inch 36-inch O Dress .rfuit (Jase, made of good quality on a strong steel capped corners, with- gocd brass loclc and full cloth 'lined, with >pocket' and double press straps: A very handsome cnsei, 22-inch' 21-iiJch 2D-irich GIVE 1HIM rA JAEGER VEST so Vests are knitted from a very fine quality of pure wool, in pretty fancy small pin checks and stripes. They are very elastic and can be worn over the vest if desired. Prices nm from to All lines are sold exactly at prices. v FANCY HOSIERY Would be Appropriate. Wo have many new and exclusive styles in pure silk, silk and cash- fancy cnahmorc, cashmere embroidered with silk, silk spun, 'etc. .3 25c. to k Beautiful assortment at......GOc. A. SOUTH A R PHONE 100. LETMBR1DGE, ALT A.