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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1905, Lethbridge, Alberta �> . Clironlclc. Bom: lit Raymond, on Wed-ncsdny. December nth, to tho wife Fivii Smith, a hoii. Mr, P. H. Vibert, of Lethbridge, ho out Vihart omie was h .passenger on tho out going train Monday. Mr, I If you want to make a Christinas Present dial, will please and gratify tho recipient, n glance Kirough our magnificent stock of Hardware and Furniture will settle the question for you. By \v�y of suggestion we mention � few lines specially suitable for (lifts: HARDWARE Skates Sleighs, Hookey Sticks, Toy (i nns A if Hi lies, 22 Cal. Rittos, Pocket Knives. Razors. Carving Sets, Klc. FURNITURE Photo Frames, Framed Pictures. Children's Hookers Kiudorgnrtin Sets, Ladies' Writinir Desks. Music Cabinets, Centre Tables, Morris Chairs Rockers Couches. B&OD1E, & STAFFORD I TELEPHONE NO. 1 -FOR ALL KINDS OF Fresh and Salt Meats Fish, Poultry, Etc. (!) The seven months old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Nephi L, McLean, died on Saturday last. Born: -In Raymond, on Sunday, December Hrd. to the wife of F. B. leiiderson. n daughter. The wedding of Miss Clara Ful* mer to William \ni\*t Bennion. and Mrs. Lola I'ox met with an accident which resulted in painful injuries to the two last named ladies. At Nine-Mile coulee the party got off the road and in the darkness and rain the driver did not notice the treacherous little dugway leading into the coulee, and in trying to get in to the road he drove the two off wheels over the dugway. The carriage tipped over, throwing the occupants violently to the frozen ground with the scuts on top of them. Mrs. Bennion struck on her head and face, mashing her nose nnd bruising her head and face badly Mrs. Fox struck on her back, and although she managed to appear tin- least injured that night, she was much worse off the next morning. It was some time before either lady could stand up, but the party finally arrived at Mrs. Kimball's where Dr. Saunders and kind friends attended to their needs. We offer for the next Two Weeks :Sweeping Reductions: : - - in - -  IMEN'S  CAR ir RAYMOND FLOUR Bran, Shois aid Chicken Wheat, B. & K. Rolled Oats, etc. CI* fitittky eo'v, Dd 'II'M.ESAI.K AM) RETAIL pio:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:i > Xs> xs> Men's Wombat Coats, clearing at............ $18 00 Men's Walluby Coats, clearing nt............ 22 50 Men's Calf Coats, clearing at................ 22 50 Men's Codii and siv >r Coon at........150, $60 and $70 Men's Beaver Cloth Coat, Russian rat lining, Otter collar............................... 65 00 Silk Waists We are headquarters iu the West for Silk Waists and we  J show dozens of prices from $2.50 to $15.00. Xmas. NovelticB in J Ladies Collars from 15c to $3.00. -  Silk Belts from 35c to $3.00 Silk Berthas from $1 to $3  Silk Shawls from $1.50 to $5.00, * SIMMONS & BENNETT Barristers &c. LET H BUI DUE AND CARDSTON Lethbridge Office, Southard Block Money to Lend on Town and Farm Property W. C. ftuuosa, HA., Crowo'.Pro.eru-. > C V Brn-nbtt, B. A. The Palace Stables J. McB. SHIVELY. Prop BEST HORSES AND RIGS Drivers for any part of the district HORSES FED AT REASONABLE RATES PIONEER MEAT MARKET AT NUMBER THREE This market is equipped to meet tlxe popular demand of the the district. FRED HOPKINS. # PROP. PHOTOS Hammond Bros. Photographers To advertise their fine and up. to-date Portraits, will give Free Sittings To all who call THIS MONTH. No Money To Pay at the time of sitting. If you don't like them when finish-ed, don't pay for thorn. HAMMOND BROS. BRIGHT and SPARKLING Wines foT the e'aborate banquet or the simple family repast can be ordered from us with the certainty that tbc quality will be high and the pi Ice moderate. Our foreign and Domestic Wines are gairier;-U from the best growers abroad and at home. These are a few of th� Interesting hems: Imported Cnampanne, Mn,t and Ciui'i. d )n, I'oinery Sec, Muu.m's Iix'r.i U.-y. M. E~ROY WliuU-xale Pettier In wink!-'. liquors at..l cigars 't'toonc V). l.eilibrli^e. Aha George Rogers LUMBER The Old Reliable* Yard North of Freight Shed. Widest Choice Highest Gradest Lowest Prices ----YARDS AT- LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND, STIRLING, TABOR, It Will Pay You To See Our Stock Before Buying Elsewhere. CLARESHOLM. Fr>ra the ll�view. Mr. Cius Benson sold a dressed hog weighing ">2o lbs to Curnock iV Co. yesterday. The animal "At Homo" of tho 1. o. O. F. was held Thursday evening in cho hall. Our electric light and new Hour ing mill will commence operations on Monday next. "Let there be light." Miss Barclay left Saturday evening for her home in Prince Edward Inland. She expects to return here in a few months. Miss Jessie Moffat intends pay ing an extended visit in Winnipeg and has planned to leave tho same day as Miss Tupper, thus making the trip mutually enjoyable. Miss Ethel Haslnin, sister of our well-known lawyer, H. O. Hos-lum, arrived Wednesday morning from Prince Edward Island. She intends spending the winter with her brother. We yory much regret that wo are soon to lose our Bchool principal Miss A. A. Tupper. Miss Tiipi** has had charge of our school for the past year, but ex-pects to return to her home in New Brunswick on December 26th. Huildiiig operations still con tiiiiio briskly. The Bank building is assuming goodly proportions the new store next tho Wiltou Hotel is fast Hearing completion and a now resUmrunt is being erected to the south of the printing ollico. CARDSTON. Prom the Star. Tho largest wedding reception of the season took place last Monday evening when Miss Duco and Mr Jesse Woolf went united in the bonds of matrimony, President Edward J. Wood officiating. Mrs. Gavin Hamilton nnd her boh Gordon left on Monday's train for tho East. Mr. Hamilton ac-compunud them as far as Leih bridge. Ladies' Cloth Coats. j All this season's goods. In half and three-quarter lengths.  Wo will give a straight discount of 20 p*r ce it. This is the  place to get your coat. No old styles here. 9 Men's Suits. Wo aro keenly alive to your wants and our stock is easily J three times larger than is shown by any other bouse. Our specials this week are: 35 Men's $10 Suits clearing at................ 16 50 50 pair Men's Pants, clearing at............... 1 25 50 pair Corduroy Pants, worth 3.00 clearing at . 2 25 IE. J. HILL* co.j FURNITURE DEPARTMENT UPSTAIRS r hi "THE BELGIAN TAILOR - it takiai orders sow for ill Usds of Gentlemen's ....Clothing He has brought soae (toe woollca fabrics, which, after duly ��d freifhi keiuj p$U, are cheaper yet thaa aaythiag you caa get here. He expects aaother large shiaaMat soon via Moatrcah See hiss aad ask him his prices for Suits, Pants, Overcoats, etc hehiaa the Hotel Wfartar. HEAT IS NECESSARY IN O0LD WEATHER ^ $p *p Wc fuflnislt'the most economical heat as ouv stoves give the Maximum Heat for the itim Fuel Used... Plumbia|g, Hot Water and ^ Steam F|eEI�->N, 1'HOPRl ETOR STOVES! AT COST Hi'iiting Stoves nt We will offer for 30 dats.nly all cost marked in plain lig�-i. Cold blust Lanterns, Reg. 1^ for. ;>;k> I'licli xmas. Such as Silver Knives, Forks Jack-knives, Skates and Silvi Small 22 Cul. Kith- resents Ipoons, Carvers iu eases, Rnx'un. ['ea Keith's at LoweBt prices, gular :5.