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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 * SPECIALS SATURDAY ONLY PHONE 15 PROMPT DELIVERY Ready-to-wear Skirts Vaiininn cloth, in "luck atui navy, "trimmed with wide military br.ii'l. int. ai'tor latent New York Myl.'*, sells jvuiilarly at SIM (Mi hut otic f'.il. (Hiluy uilvfi'tisinj; price is ...... fit.01) Voles Skirts in black aii.l i:a\y in latest styles, Hells every it iv m i. hjMciul for Siitniilay 1.1'y . �!'-'.VI Kith tli-oa'lclolh Walki U Skirts it; >in\> anil liluck triliini-d ,\uh t.-oi-hriiliie. in n scurf" oi 101 I nM siros. This is imp of the frreatvst skirt bargains offered the lailion of fj-thl.ridi;-'-. Si-iN r.-i'iilarly at Slil  .*iO I",,|- Sa'.iinlax only the price is ......................................... SI".To Groceries V Smith's famous jams n, '.n-,, sells r.M'tlurl.x for 28c. aii players so advati- : m.ick. Two years ago a branch of- tugeously tha' every club would (he J ">:-itijr the pit" MeCl-llan. of Calvary. i� playiitip' wi:itiT hall in Arizona. l-irM lias, man K-ger.-. of Calgary, i- m 'l-'ri^co. Kudos,-v. ivhn i- in ('l.i.-.'ig lug ap. that M:;.uea II::-. I '.Jgaiy toll. J\\ ki-s will turn out li.- in the sprung. and Barnstead. tw  *;::aih\ - nr- do\\ n -ay - Willi oi the Khl- ; \ti"; ru-r-iiip was dissolvid. Although not an old-tim-T in Kd-ruoiiton. Judge N'o.-I has mud.1 many friends during bis r>sid'tice there, who are gratiiie.l a! this fr. -h recognition of his legal ability. �Judge Noel is kii-iv. ii in legal and social cife|es from Hdif.iv to Da.v-son. mid through tie- rnsgei-ts e.,i-\ where a s t>r Shoot's i;p-�t m aJ. r. i^-: a I lots ,r l.tpiiil-cuel s,v how (plicklv he'p will conic KY"e -a in I lo t�'.t ,,>,.? on ivpi.-st. tiy Dr. shotip. Itiieine. V,"s. Your health U �urel' wor'li t'.'s simple 1.-*' Sold I'V all dealers. :h ridely ('oa 1.1).\ lk. i'a 1 t in lui\ e is t w 11 h t',. i r 111 tlois. a, of ii g' w i i !i p:'i, -m itio-sisier in 1,-ih is ipi 11 e s r- i Bow Latest Townsite On the Market Bow Island is situated on the Crow's Nest line of the C.P.R., 37 miles from Taber and 45 from Medicine Hat, in the centre of a rich farming and ranching district. Coal and Gas There are already two coal mines. Gas boring outfits owned by the C.P.R. and the Southern Alberta Land Co. are now in operation. Irrigated Lands Bow Island will be the headquarters of the Southern Alberta Land Company's Irrigation System now being constructed. i i I Mr a ml Mr- U l.'i't for a f.'w le.oai pa ivliis a ml i r > II.,,-,;,. II ,.;!, -ll.og.h-s. sr.. 1- mo-ii hi a . ! lie l.olli > . e ! rnlgv His Mills. I Mr. S A I I iei n isl a 11. a former i'.'s , nielli , 11 i .,,: i > ' vl as mi-. fur a sllel'l 1 mil' on lnislli.-s 'l'lle-,t.l;. . Mr. It N Linton will seeiul the winter inontls lieiv ,n i he hopes thai itli' eliinai,' w,:i U'liali' his lie;;!ill. Ijei'oy ('oke'.v mad.- a luisiness tr>p lo Mellil'llie Pat W.-illiesilay hunts villi: The second birth in this community was recoril.il last week'when a daug,h li-r Was horn to .Mr. ami Mrs. Thus Wyiiian. Mr I'i'ii'hiiiin is visiting his coil sin, our school teacher. A pDStolTiie will he opened here at the beginning of the year with \V. .1 Hunt as postmaster. The following item from the Amor ioiiii Sheep Breeder, written by Mr Neal and Sons, of Lucan, Out., will be of interest to .sheepmen in till district : We loaded last week for Jos. .\. Young, of Alberta, 200 very choice, large, strong boned, heavy fleeced Lincoln rains, also n few �Shropshires, and cannot but admin this gentleman's good judgment in ttikng such a splendid selection to our Canadian West, which is rapidly com ing to the front as a sheep and woo' producing centre. Mr. Young ex pressed himself as highly pleased with his purchases and hopes in the near future to return for another shipment. Mr. Young has taken these .sheep to bis ranch. The sheepmen who saw them admired them greatly. Get In Early Twenty-nine lots sold in 3 days, locations are being snapped up. Choice J. Olqubt Bow Island, Alta. Was It Your FAULT the Cake was Soggy ? GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE How many times have you unconsciously shouldered (he blame of soggy cake or bread, tough roasts of beef or fowl, when really the fault was in your stove? A stove to be reliably perfect must be self-regulating in regard to drafts, and the oven must be scientifically constructed to center the heat to a given point, and to regulate that heat to the temperature of proper cooking. Tiie Original Majestic is today without a psor in stovedom The Alberta Hardware Plumbing and Heating Co. Successors to Brodic & St.-.fford and Hick & Wakclcy 4� > �> '> > > THE NEW COAL TOWN Situated midway between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge on Crows Nest Pass Line, C.P.R. ^ Townsite on the Market 2 Months Lots to the value of $10,000 sold To check a cold quickly gpot from your ilruggiHt snimi liitlc Candy Cold Tahlots called rrevcut-ics. UruggiHts vor,\ wheix' aro now dispensing Pro-\*?iuirs, for they aro nut only safe, but ilccii'.eilly ufTvctive and prompt, j I 're. vea lies contain no ccirte. Sold Uy all dealers. HI 1111M i Ml 1111 M III II11111IIIII It-It MMH HI IM11111II11II11III Meilicine Hut News-Luthbridgc is to have anotlier daily paper, and that it will rank with the best in thu west / will be undorHtood when it is known that Mr. W. A. Buchanan' is the man who will run it. A reference to his retirement from the position of provincial librarian will be found in the Kdmonton currespon donee in another column. Mr. Buclv anan established the Lethbridge Weekly Herald about two years ago and is now raising it to the status of a daily. He is one of the brightest young newspaper men who have come oui Irom Ontario and that he will get out a newsy sheet goeB without say ing. GREAT INDUCEMENTS For all kinds of business openings. LOTS SOLD $50 to $150 A SNAP FOR SHORT TIME For Further Particulars, apply to WM. SALVAGE HAVE YOU SEEN THE DAILY HERALD ;