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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD. LETHBRIDGB HERALD WMTttC CO, LTD. V. A. BUCMASAN, W. JOtftAN. Job Director. ixt being I7ic. Muiton o is SUBSCRIPTION: la Advance a year a f2.00 a year eed 5o per pound. Ju 1905 bands of slwp sold nt S3.50 to. 33.75 n heart. This .year a sir.gb salt? at than is not known, Somsv sold aa, high as S4.50. There has been a. phenomenal I.- for hoi-s-css and this section 1'iis unable to supply .t. JJuy-jrs have lo Montana and On.'gou to make The Herald understands that the Business of the U.lMt. hew this yenr will run very closo to a million lars. ADVERTISING. Month 91.00 Per Inch 190C, apart from the coal strike will go on record as tlie best in t.ho hittory of Lothbridge and the dis- trict. This city is at the present on the verge of great devel- opment, the location of the C. P. R. point, the construction of ed. the biff ifi.P.R. tho certainty of several new railroads being built, .and the erection of the Woollen Mill, all guaranteeing a big increase :n population. Roo.1 estate is advanc in value and "by spring, will be a boom on. It wo-s.only io Juno that the riiy started- the building permit system and from that time to prison t. .-per- mits to the amount of have been .issued. Th.s does not include the C-.P.R. round house and freight sheds w-hich wouki easily mean 000 more. The new brewnry additions arc not included either. Counting the erects prior to June, it can be safe- ly said. spent On new buildings since January 1 Amounts to Next year there .-is ev- ery prospect that this will be .donb- DUTY OF THE ELECTORS. Next Monday west n-ra four to and be sure you might be met. nre 10 rely upon what the "muck rakers" say, 'there aro a lot of wood Indians thorn now and M. real live ono might do good, There HIV a number of good ..What about all those street r.amos pic-k the Dr. (Jalbrrflh has sound ideas on the city ordered? They don't 'rxwm municipal and his advocacy very prominent on the streets. ostrontj publicity campaign for ing things in a hap hazard wty Lethbrklgu is one of the best fcat to Doing isn't good policy. of tho names given the SEHLENENT OF THE STRIKE The settlement of th-3 striko was occasioned by the coal jam in? I substitute- numbered streets, making best citizens. :n Saskatchewan, The possibility. _ urcs of his platform. The tvo new trustees, Messrs. Mac- streets o( this city arc worse than beth tvnd Freetmm couldn't bo im Indian. A good would bo to proved upon. They are two of om led. The totaJ assessment for the city this year is compare I with in 1905 and 000 soulc tho coal strike; here, in order that the people of Saskatchewan 33.800 head; in'. 1905. 55.000 head, and in 1906, 85.000 head. The output of wool-tMs year WHS pounds, valued at S77.000. In 190-1 the- output was 330.000 valiiod-af 8-16.000 and in 1905, 430- OOO valued at Wool sold ftt-s.. price, th is .veer. Thr> advance .WAS from a half cent to a pound, the top figure obtain- The Company and the men are to upon the altitude The official immigration ofc King, deputy minister of labor. It 7 I they assumed during the hist week. termed them 'Crawlers' because they crossed tho line to interview Mit- j chell. head of the union an American citizen. in.an effort sides made sacrifices by the. people, strikes. It is to hoped in.ths mturu diffornnces be- conyjjfinv -tind 1 cast your ballot Monday to elect men who will help Lethbrklge (to grow and assume its proper place as industrial city of Alberta. should not face the .possibility of i reeling to death this xvin-tcr. Messrs. Scott and Khig did perfect ly If they had not interview- ed Mr. the would Elect men who'are clean, honest, fearless ami progressive. Dor.'t. put men'at the councilbounl j who are not a success at their own j business. .If. you do, how ran v-Ou expect them to give tjity service. A Liberal Government ha9 done Rufus Tope, a has .been Tory M.I1, says, a- vacant Judgship :n British Columbia has been put up at auction have been still unsettled and the fate another good turn for Alberta- 01 -Saskatchewan would have Ije.'n placiiuf a further dutv hf rir The biggest of tlie year for Lethbridge was dai the strike was settled. jorder as fast tlie TliK CAKDIDATK. lie comHh from the candidate! up like u flowi-r and raco busted. His 'frivjids Jill him with false and likiii a toad and calloth the his'n. lie snAIcth upon in ;u- cind and slopeth over with good humor. He' kisselh thy childivii and scHlters his microbes iiinong -thu ii.- nocent buibcs.-llc prinly clwwo-th :i whon he nw-y-tetli a pivacher. as luj convcrseth with him in pinus -tones ho standelh' to leeward and curbcth his breath with a strong bil.. lie goeth homo late at night to his wotiry 'wife vith a breatli und cold feel. He riseth -Ixt-timesund hikMh forth without his breakfast, saying, "I so to sec a num." Thi wJio lioth around in wait ther. pullc-lh' his log >to a taste. Ho "naik'tli a lie." but foro Rlection conve-th he runno-th s cf nails. He givHh liberally, to. the church, he .subscr-ilx-th a goodly sun to the band.'he contributeth to' thi man whoso'barn was lie be- s to wet h a! ins; 113 s'; his' note; he .soridelh a small ki'g hi-th.s and a large keg ho lip lus substance with apparent i rRy. After the election he gooth ou barn ami kickeih and 'te-areUi his hair and n himself a Rotterdam fool. Ho re eth to the house and self to -the wife of his bosom: SOUTH tiltN A 1 M-K HT A TOWNS. The of the Soutlvern Al- towns apart from LethbtUIgH as follows: ledicme a, 020 Raymond ardston I, Jolemiin. ilaclewi... 'incher Cre.'-k Mountain View. Nanton 382 Stawly 12'J 20i> Irvine Stirling XIIX A K LIXIM ISN'T UAKOET IX COWS. CUHl'S riiCLD Ul' A CAR. Ik-gina. Drjc. desperate has the become and tho f c-rs are in such terrible straits now that y-ero weather has. -in, that at Drinkwa'tcr', Sask., on Saturday a train was hold up by a band oi farm- who tnrnetl the switch Wd stood guard until their wagons were- load- ed from a car of coal bound, for Weybnrn. Many of these fanners wero hum- tug lumber from thair buildings for fuel. Farmers livir.-g thirty atui forty miles from t-he towns often remain The, MiniSU.r-of U.hcr Wict; loot now .W-jr J BaM upon th. Kritei your fcw _ i ____ UDOI1 fl rliMw-o j ui.iiuo. .n, arid Lha company 'ttkc a Walter Scott put up a, good for he people of his province upon n dunce who ha-th not achio enough to carry ,n- of IL car aiv or 70 teams. awaiting thc-ir 'supply. won. a iK'ar." Then his wlfn re- plbth: "I Lokl you which CJIUK- eth h'm to go foi'lh and drown sorrow in Tribune.' Gold doesn't compare with coal in its value to the people "of Saskatch- ewan, The IXsniiinion Covernmen-f EXTRACTS t'HDAt PERSONAL LETTBRS COXCERNIXO THE PALfMATIKR SISTERS. N'ov. Pol- k' i Jian., rne I'o- to introduce a compulsorv artHr.it- o- ntotior Sisters are decidedly first- ion act. There should nover be an- vi i w class. Tliey periormed here to a bier other case In Canada of a strike nf t...... K other cose In Canada of a strike nf when it affects one of tho nscessitic-s turn of life. every bcxly and win ever rc- .The Ur.ion officials-acted like Indian Head, Sask.. Nov. y0u made no mistake in engaging, the I'oln-.trtier Sisters. Our Young men's patriots. -They their duty 5, 71 th K they done an poKtician down east once Programme, and are a finsv company or people. F. M. Wootton. The Polmatier Sisters in We'll wager that if the proprietor of _the Tribuns had Tf "taken at. the "Sneeze a toothsome Tab- let will surely and .quickly check an cold or When you first catch or fee' it com ing take Dr. Shoop's Preventics and the prompt effect will certainly surprise and please you. Preventica surely supply the proverbial "ounce of prex-ention." Sold in 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by J. D. Higtabothani Company. Bn. H. A. who was in 'Havmond said the coal situation in Tn.ber in respect 'onl lack nf curs. The niftht shift -is now. or.- at'the North West Coal and Co.'s property, and work is for everybody. The house is under wav and will soon o the Opera House Doc. Uth -Io Ufic- Tho" town is _ _ _ _ r w f V MS men and reaHred that a' under the auspices "of the Epworth and as a land values' nre rs tr.p across th0 line to see League. Tickets will be on sale .-n niorninj i he Drug at J. D. Higm- Chronicle. Ninard's Uniment Cares Distemper GENTS' KND LRDISS For Holiday Shopping and Christmas Presents we are Leaders! Fancy Dry Goods, Silk Shawls, Silk Berthas, Fascinators, etc Ladies' Skirts -lust received, by express for the Christmas trade. JSfewest goods to tA black, blue and red. in from ?5. to Blue poplin three quarter wide pleating from hip to bot- tom. Lovely goods S3.50 ami 110.00. Ulack voile skirts from. SO to 512. Black Silk Skirts from. ?10 to 330 IWacfc silk skirts of all grades from. to This next.rock' we offer you your choice for GIRLS TWEED-SKIRTS Good heavy scn-iceabte skirts worth 2.73. ftt ?1.75 and Gents' Furnishings Good woof fleece litied under- wear at 50 oenta. Fancy stripe wool fleece lined at 75c. Our best wool fleece at all wool unshrinkable at 1.00, has no Penman's fancy stripe al] wool, 'a fancy garment'. Mena sizes 1.50 .aid long mvn 1.75. AND UITTS. Moat Buck lined 1.30. 1.75 and 2.00. Moca buck wool Knod 1.00. 1.25 stud Moca. buck, plafa. unlined. tvnd Boys' Clothing We aro at home in the clothing trade. We have something good for, the boys: Boya tvro piece su.ts. goorl vnrm twcctl nnd Roys three piece suits. KCJIS, twoed ar.d Youth's three-piece long SC.OO and WE INVITE COMPAUISOX. Men's Coon Coats Nothing but the and Men's Wombat Coats Men's Wallaby coats ami Men's beaver cloth coats w.th Rus Rat lining and Shirts We have hundrefl-? -1-1- this week we have thrown together the odd lots. Shirts, worth from 1.00 to 1.75 and made. One price for nil, viz. 85 cents. Some st.[ cheap shirts. We have already sold more caps this fall than we did .n two previous yearn. Why? We have tho correct cap. We have tha lowest price, Rec the valuer nr.d you are convinced. Our are at 7oc and Si.DO. Fur Department. We are now making havoc the furs. Each our stock We are; down rteep into the prices, i All our cheap fur-Hned eta are gone. We will offer the now at the cut prices. bought top many high priced but they must go. Bfack Astrarhan Jackets fine rurl f 30 and Black Persian Lamb- SI 75.00. Ladies fur atcfe GO inches Ladies capcrine, electric ar.d French seal, with sable trim and brown fur M long. I'rice 87.00. Ladien oapenne, wilh 4 sabte tails Mai, As Xr'muiing at Prices in Ladies' Short Coats We have about three dozen left. Colors and fawn. They are cheap at our regular price but we mean to get them out and will nell worth for Coats for CoaU worth for Children's Long or Short Coats Worth seJHng for Worth selling for A few otM lines, clearing at to W0nh double. Ladies' Three- Quarter Coats We hare heard nothing but com- pliments on our stock in this lino. We have the correct color, wo nave the correct cut. Our prices are the best to be and range from to House Furnishings Our Prices are Low. 'WE INVITE INSPECTION squares imported direct am) we them In all the. new slgns. Trices and Velvet squares and 935. WILTOX SQUARES. .In. our experience as dry goods men these arc the fmGSt we have ever handled. But not too good, we think for Prices and HILL CO. Our Terms are Liberal. ;