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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TOO MANY OVERCOATS, so we put the knife into prices so deep that the whole lot will be cleared out in ten days or sooner. Overcoats worth 13.00, good materials of Tweeds and Beavers, fashionably made and superior linings, to clear at 9.25. 1 only Coon Skin coat worth JIK) (or..................................................$45 CO 3 only Cult Hide coats, worth 25.00 for................................................ 19 00 6 only Duck routs, sheep skin lining, worth 7.50 (or.................................... 0 00 6 only Duck coats, tweed lined, worth 5.50 for.......................................... �i U) A BARGAIN FOR THE BOYS. Reefer Top Coats, worth 5.25 for..................................................... l\ 115 Reefer Top Coats, worth 4.00, for.................................................... 2 05 Boys'or Girls' Grey Lamb Cups, worth 3.75, for...................................... 2 75 TIES SHIRTS AND SOX Gent* four in hand ties, worth 50c, for............................................... 25 Gents cambric stiff front shirts, worth 1.25. for....................................... 80 10 dozen heavy wool socks, worth, per pair, 35c for..........*......................... 25 Get your share of the Bargains. tl. IhuiR of ISnsltm's store, has do* par bod tor Ontario on a hoi May trip. WANTKIV-A house kwpor. Atmly Hope's Art and Book Store. ^ Win, ProbeiM reportn the n\v Wood, pecker mine Is shipping coal to iho extent of thirty tons a Htiuday morning with four ram pi farming machinery. Including a stenm plough and threMtrfiK machin*-. He came from Sourls, N.I). '1 '* V ^ Christmas Furniture Don't buy tbo Christmas gifts for your wife or your husband, your children, your Hwcelhourt or friend, until you inspoct the lurge and vnr. ied Hlork at is all around our store, have the most complete stock for this seaton's trtfele �ft have over shown, CHOICE ARTICLES r are being set Aside ..lor deli*, ery later! You ihould mak* a visit as quickly at you con and take your choice. Come and look through our stock even if you don't want to Wjjjf or you may regret it after; wards Something useful arid thai AND beautiful too is what you want for Cerittmas presents, is what most people want. Some lines are especially adapt*) for presents such as Mvtic Ctkintts, La4left* Desks* Tsi Table*, Canter Tables, Odd Parlor Chairs. Morris Ckelrt and Rockers. * m . .  . Framed Pictures-We have just received a delayed shipment of-pictures which have bec*n marked specially low for Christina! trade. Don't fail to see them. 1; * i i i You can have a Staffer Mnrhino by paying $3.00 � Singer Sewing Machine V itt . iitk  Christmas ! I To the Ladies and Gentlemen of Lethbridge and District: You are at a trouble to deckle upon suitable holiday Rifts, I believe I can help you out by mentioning some of the appro* priate goods I have in stock. Look over this list, and come iu and inspect our choice stock. Leather Goods- Hand Bags, Ladies' Puma. Ladies* and Gentlemen's Calling Card Cases, Gentlemen's Letter and Money Wallet*. Smokers' Sets, Ink Wells, Letter Racks, Fancy Shaving Mugs. Gtllett's Safety Razors, Perfumes, Christmas Globe, Christmas Cards, Fancy Calendars. Yours rospectfully, . JOHNSTON. Muchinow runted by the week or month. Singer Sewing Machine Co, lur Mrs. V. J. Kck�u>rm leaves week to s|�end Christmas with daughter in Seattle A. L. Foster of Sourls, North !*� kotu, has taken tip his residence in the city and has rented the cottage recently erected by W. Ingram. Mrs. Don K.mhull ivah on Wiervw� 'of the Ikvtik and will �o into Ou? itm! estate hUBlnocwi at IMgh Hivor t.'.F. A.'Onogory, ot llarrle, Ont , snrrtw>,is him a� manager at Nan ton. Mrs. W. McNicoll reci;ivo��l � telegram on Sum lay announcing the dimth of hsr fatlhsr, Ik�v t-niia:� KoHter hml not bt�n in good hcttUh for tinw He was one of the leniltn^ Anglican clergymen fn iho prov nee of Qu v.k�e Thdoundotion for the n.?w C V I R. 1>ridgts *.h hound to be. nolid. ^'he jllc* driven oh 'far an they will go. Over tho >iU*n Trainmaffter McN'aW) of the C\ >�. say* every individual day afternoon s train go^ni lo l*ith- . llt . . - . . . f. . . l4 . . itlwre will ^>e a t'tatforin, �htch win bridge to vinit her daitghtoru who. t tM. * ^ * ... . " , � , lo fllled with 30 ton* of rock. A hove resrlde there.-Raymond Hironicte. i . ,, , j that- will be Uw cement work and Carl Shaw ch.trgod with obtaining ftt0O| for Mch plr mom\v under false pretences, wa� j t*mcuoed to 30 day� iu goal �y :, � . %t i..- . a it .a-i � . " rod hot after, all person* who Magistrate* WMfccn an^l Humphrlw*. . . ^ . , a gamble or attempt to gamble un Frank McMulWn, formerly with the i lTlinn ||c IVntley Co. hero, and more rotvnily j |oUnlaying Any ,(or IUonoy n, with A. V. Lang at Trunk, ha* Uk-" lrMna wiU be punMiod. Tin* CPU. en a position with Mar On *t j is unxlous fo prolcct lu |>ASftk.nrv !m.l w.ll not al.ow any of its rules Kd. Pulley ha� o(�enod a o�t n*id t0 l* brokeu-thoe repair shop in the old MorrW | Ns, Wrttinp (olios, Leather hn^a, Bru�li sets, Work lwtbkt'U, 0lovo iiud handkerchief boxen, ash trays, Pauev combs, Shaving sets, Shaving mirror*, K�y racks, Memo books, Hull sets. FOUBOYS AND GIRLS -Sluim engines, Mn^ic lun-terns, Clock work engines, Friction Tova, Wind up toys, Dinlies, Dolls, Tools, Furniture, Cash boxes and banks, Kitfheus. Stoves, Drawing Slates, Printing blocks, Go carts, Stuffed animals,. Doll's swing?, Pianos, Boats, Bulls, Games, Horns, Drums, Trains Blacklxmnls, Carriages. Doll's cradles and beds, Dead's rag books, Wringers. Pat tor football and Tumbelin. BRODIE STAFFORD* A. 4 . ^; *5 V 1 '4 make most useful prewmls. Our stock of these goods con. tain many articles that will be thoroughly appreciated by ladies, gentlemen �ud children. They range from ratora and razor seU, pocket knivea, scissors and numerous handy ^ articles, many of which are^j [Kit up in handsome caiet; making a gift that is not only! a thing of beauty, but one of very practical utility. I The Masonx wdl hold a cor.vcn*ai-ion� In Oliver's halt on December 07. Mrs. W H Morr.s will not receive on W�-dn->*day. December 19th. 'I'Ihj Calt Hosp^Ul desit^s to ack* nowledge with thuuWa a donation of THE HARDWARE MERCHANT TELEPHONE 66 LOCAL BUDGET. Magnith w.U *w?ok incorporation �s a town. Mnm Muhollnnd of Hr,ch.-r Crv?k. Us in the city on a vlnit. I lorn on the 27th of Nowmbor to MiH. StapW�. a ttaughter. Tho lavr*. O. r MacMicklng. Mm. MacMick. ing and children left last w Utne. hus returned to his old honw in Hun Franc isco. Koan's will haw California Celorv ami fresh hulk Oystors for Christmas Sheriff Young, Clerk of the Court lfermctt, I.. M. .lohnslono and W.C. Simmons, wont south on Monday to attend court at. Cardstou. Hugh McQiKvn, brotlwr of A. M. McQueen. broke his log Mow the knoe playing hockey ut Calgary. Ho slipped on his too tiuik-ing a turn. Mrs. l)r. Mewburn leaves tom*ir -row for 1 tost on, whuuh -llaymond Chronicle 1 .Jos. McLeod un i Jas>t week to B|>end a couple of months in New Hampshire. from will Horner & Hutchinson haw disposed of their business here to Hiley & daughter h ft " McCormick of Calgary. They v ill take possession of Jan. 1st. Martin Oleson has returned his homestead at Stavoly and s|H*Ml the vinter here. Kloven of tha old miners who have le.n working in Montana, return*! from tho Mouth Saturday night to sook their old positions again. i attitude of Chrt�t to different classes." Kvenng subject: "The attitude of dUYcrcnt classes to Christ. S�n-Key's hymn l>ooks used. Accept notice as an invit/Uion. I*. 11. Itolfson is In rtayu�ond temporarily though h's business employ mont is at L>e>thbrklge. At ptvsent he is cngagiHt getting out plaus for the Western Stationary Co. for a one st�iry building. fiO hy 7:� A�et which is to have a double store front, tho walls to \w sufncvnlly hi*uvy to carry 2 or more storn>s later- Hay-mond Chronicle. two sacks* of Curlers iloui fioin a rink NO DETTEU CHRISTMAS GIFT TO AN ABSENT FKIENIl THAN THE HEBALD 91.50 A YE All � THE CANADIAN OF COMMERCE raid-up Capital, $10,000,000. Reservi Fund, $4,500,000 HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO g. E. WALKER, Gancral Manager A LEX. LAIRD, Aatf. Oml Mii^w BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA, AND IN THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND A GENERAL BANKING Bl'SINESS TRANSACTED i FARBIBBS* BANKING gvwy facility afforded Farmers for thotr busiiiMS. 8ale� Notes cashed or takoa for collection. BANKING BY MAIL,-Depostti may be made or withdrawn If Mail. Out-of-town account! receive every attention* BRANCHED IN ALBERTA CALOARV LEAVINGS NAMTON TAVSLV tXAKKSUOLM LETIIBRIOCB fWCHER CHEEK ST RATH CON A MKirt RIVER * IVMiil.AIL MACLEOD fOKOKA MEDICINE HAT RE� DEER VEGREVILLE VERMILION WETASKIW1N LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. Ci. K. NOURSE, liANAQER C H. Daniel and Mtn. DanU*l l.ft thlH \vo*tk to k|k?wI a portion of th� winter In I'alilorniu. Win. Intfrum will to in chargu o( ilr. l*unlolH busincMi during bin ubwnciv Monagvr Wholci. o( Uio Wt>oUen.Oo. canw up from M&dii^iKt Hut on Tue�* s>id�)iu-d of T. M. Kvadn for tlu* uintor. P. J. Nolan, tlw Calgnry la\vyv*. went from horw to Mooaa Juw lust ! wcwk to attond court. He will i�-turn hci>o for tlw adjourned Killing of tho Hupremo Court on Saturday'. J. W. Martin returned from Ottawa last week. \Uh lk�d(iuarUr� as In* npector of Pom.nion Lands Agoncies will Uj either at Calgary or Bran  don, likely Rraudon. Ha will ret/ido here for feiverol months yet. Tho OcklfellowB have elected Eiino J. Fraaer, P. O.; C. V. Dennett, N. O.; K.V. Dooleyt nocretary; W. Oilv-or, Treas.; �nd C. Lowih^r, flnan� �^cretary. Installation takes place at lha fin*t u�eUng in January. Ca|>tain U*nry F. Potld, son of tho late Dr. Podd, of the Northwest Mounted Police, hoB been uppoin'..>d to an Important portion on tho Pa* noma Canal, Under Chief Engluyor Stevon�- Captain Podd has many friendH in Western Canada, ospccUUy in the Mounted Police, lie wau married !ai�t June to M.s� A. Enkibleton daugbtor of iho lata Captain Kmb'> ton of the Uulted States navy, i.iul han beer, for �on� Mnu*#re�iding at Elkhorn. Montana The PolinaiHM- SmterK Concert Or-chefttra Company, which aplaurel at tho Opera llous.* on Ttieaday evening { nndor tha auspice of tho Epwouh Ljeague of Wesley Church, fully turn-taltwvl tiieir reputation as flntt-ciatt aKistK. Kvery numt>cr on tho pro-gramme wan well received, one trm t^ing domundixl in tito nvajorlty of caw*�. 'Hi* en�i�rtununeut was  11P att^Kxl. Th�* Chr.M*ian Guardiun of lust week conta'nxl the nowa of the death of Hov. W. p. Scutt. whom Konv? will rememl'cr oh a probationer whocamo here la�i January to take charge oi thi* Mothcdibt MUsum h>r�> known us LethbrkiKe Second Mr Heutt � hmilth wan poor while ho wuh here I ut in Kpju� of that drawback ho tvorktd hard �a sewing machino we can gfvo �... the vttiv lH?�t prices an I term-. Mt^er Sewing Machine Co. Mrs. Win. Henderson lea\*es next j utvk to vinit her dauditors at school ) iu Winnipeg and her son at Upper Canada College, Toronto. On Tuesday owning the marriage of DeWil F Coxson of Macleod to Mary K. llaymoml of Kgin, Idaho took plai-c at the Methodist p^rsoa-age. Pev. J. K Hughsen onleiatiiig. Coo. M. Hatch and Mr. Coons took a spin into the country fu thnfr automobile on Tuesday. They w*ni twvlvo uilU*n and tho snow did not  interfere with them niaking fast time i mcQn REAL ESTATE Retidenti&l loU from $53 up to $100. These are well located, and on e��y termi. 1 6-roometl dwelluiK, 87O0-$3OO casli, bnl. monthly payments 1 C-roometl dwelling.................................IWX> 1 8.rocniUHl dwelling, modem, with stabling, to rent Dec, Ut. t A*. Wiu .MiHliixlihi |�antoniigthy of tho kiiv� plac e Look ut tho Lnbot nu your Ilerald. If it is ol and le claswa at 2.HO p.m. A public meeting Is Ining held at Tabcr tonight, whith is almost certain to result in immediate application lidng made for Incorporat.on as a town. It is likely the wvorul townHitra will be taker. In. Kimonas, Dressing Gowns Linen Drawn Work, Piano Covers from Japan Now on our Counters for sale. t 1 ohnston December Ut. 1906, I  ChriStmaS your subscription U duo, and if Dec. Ut, 1905, it is overdue. Cakes Lesv*> your order with The Clinton. (Ont.) New Era sayfi: In the very uoar future Clinton will Iofio two estimable ladies, und St. Paul's church will lost two of Us most valued a~s well as moat useful members. Miss Maud McNaujrhton, vho is a member of tho choir, who in she has rendered superb service, will leave for the west in a few days. *�t Calgary vhe will meet Mr. Stdnov Jackson,of Lethbrktgc. (son of Mr. John Jackson) and they will be mac-ried at that place; that the wry best wishes of her many friends here will accompauy her. goea without saying- With her. abilities as a vuc* alist, she w*i!l bo an acquisition to the town of Letbbrldgo Maclood Advance. A very pltvui^t iul was held at iht? ranch* homo of Mr. Win. Mc.Vab. lk>ily river, on Tuesday evening th� 4Ui in�t A numljer of Macleod people pi-ouAniM.: ;u l"ngli�li t'hurch work, were iu and assisted in the program filter iu t!�e evcuing a lUtfe daa.v was indulged in. tho music bei iir the ploasanteat of the ....... elng iu tlw centre of the circle- Mr. ft. TI. Hichardsou. gents' rur-n.shings, will occupy tho building va* tated by the Herring ilros. Iteach ^ Co. will At up their com* modious wareliouse. directly back of Uu'fr former quarters where tfcey'wlii *ater to the wants of their many |�h oAWe 1 "i Fruit Cake from 35c. to 60c. u lb. rons Mr .1 Hicks has taken un in the Orler block. R T Uarker wilt conduct busik^i in the building directly opposite'i Ik* Town Hall. Sj>ecial for Chriutmua-Fancy Cakes and Pastry, Miuco Pies, etc i Mfi.OO RKWAHD, Lost - Day bone, branded V8 (monogram) left hip.--J. B. HOW* SON, Medicine Hat. Phono No 181. CAUSED UY T11K FIRE-(Macleod Advance.) Herring Hros. have romoved to tho store directly opposite tho H-H. Oe. lliltObOH .TRAIN'S IK MAY. The C. 1'. U- will start r nft'ins through train* from St. Paul to Spokane throu^ L�lhbrWge on May n. The train will rnaka fast tlmV ! and will only stop on the Crow line at Lethbridge. Macleod, Frank. Per nie and Cranbrook. The line which tho CPR. ii mam Weytmrn tuaUy~tocc>rc6 tho Spokano nminl*ae Incidentally U. will opea tile fraat i country soitili of the present main lie* .1 >^ j ;