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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta mmmm Clearing Sale of Men's Goods 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 $f50 for................................. 3 only Calf HMe coats, worth 25.00 for............................... 6 only Duck coats, sheep skin lining, worth 7.50 for................... 6 only Duck coats, tweed lined, worth 5.60 for......................... yA BARGAIN FOR THE BOYS. .94o CO . 19 00 . C 00 . 1 CO Reefer Top fojits, worth 5,23 for............................... Reefer Top Coats, worth 4.00, for.............................. Boys'or Girls' Grey Lamb Cups, worth 3.75, for........ ........ TIES SHIRTS AND SOX 3 95 2 95 2 75 2o 80 25 Gents fonr in band ties, worth 50c, for............................................... Gents cambric stiff front shirts, worth 1.25. for....................................... 10 dozen heavy wool socks, worth, per i�ir, 35o for................................... Get your shaM of the BttftMiM. A. Macdoiuild (& Co. Christmas Message To the Ladies and Gentlemen of Lethbridge and District: Vou are at a trouble to decide upon suitable holiday Kitia. 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 in and inspect our choice stock. ' t Leather Goods-Hand Bftg*. Ladiea* Ptiraea, ^ Ladies' and Gentlemen's Calling Card Catea, Gentlemen's Letter and Money Walleta. Smokera* Sets, Ink Wells. Letter Raeka, Fancy Shav- | tnt Mugs. Gillett's Safety Razors, Perfumca. Chriat- | mas Globe, Christmas Cards, Faney Calcadara. Yours respectfully. J. J. JOHNSTON. A LOCAL BUDGET. Ma^rath iv.ij �eok incorporation �.s a town. Miss MuhoUand of Hr.chsr Croak, in in the city on a visiit. Born oti tho 27th ot November to Mrs. Ooo. .Staples, a daughter. The ladies arc all talking oibout I.ipbardt's iine dfinpluy ot china. Kfldn'B will bavo fresh Cal.foraia Itipe Tos-ed of their bus^sa hero to Riley ^ McCormick of Calgar>'. They vill take posscssidn^of Jon. 1st. Eleven v?f th^ old miners iwho havi-t�rn working in Montana, rcturmd from the South Saturday night to seek their old poai'tions again. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Ptid-up Capital, $10,000m^ Reserve Fund, $4MM HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO a. B. WALKER, Ganeral Manager_ A LEX. LAIRO. Aatt. OmI iUmgm BRANCHBS TRROUGHOUT CANA04. Ain> IK THE UNITED STATES AND XMOIiAND A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED FARMERS' BANKINO Bv�7 fa�llity afforded Farmera for tholr iMudaaaa. Salea Notea caahad or tekaa for eollc^tioa. BANKING BY MAIL.-~Depositi may be made or wIlMrAwa If sail. Out'Of'town accountf rrceive every atteatiM. CALC.ARV tLAKESIIOKM ' Mir.rt RIVER �. INNISl AIL BRANCHEf Of ALBBRTA LEAVINGS MANTON fTAVtLV LETiiBRIOCB nVCHRR CkBBK JITiiATHCONA MACLEOD . rOHOKA , VBOJUtVllXB MEDICINE IIA-T nElt OBBH VBRMIUON _WBTASKIWIN LETHBRIDOE BRANCH C. G. X. NOURSB. Machines runted by tho week or month. Singer Sewing Machine Co, Mrs. C. .T. Cckstoi-m loaves maA week to 8|>end Ohristnuis w-ich hsr daughter in Scattk>. A. L. Foster of Souris, North Dakota, has taken up his rvsidonco itw the city and lias rented tho cottage recently orcctod by W. Ingram. Mrs. Don Kimtiall wa-s on. Wednesday afternoon's train goin^ to Loth-bridge to visit her dtti�gh't�rs who rcsidQ there.-Raymond Chronicle. Citrl Shaw charged with obtaining money under fal.se protoiic^s, was sentenced to 30 day>s in goal i>y Magistrates Wilircn and Humphries. Frank McMulkfi, formerly with the Befltley Co. hero, and more rooently with A. V. Lang at Frank, has taken a position with Mar On at Biuir-more. Ed. Pulley has oi>cncd a boot nnd shoe repair shop in tlie old Morrl� Transfer Co. olDcc. Ed. kno^v� hm business and should get a P.'->ou trade. . Hugh McQueen, brother of A. M. McQueen. 'broke his la| below the knoe playing hockey at CalgaO'. H� slipped on his toe nuik-sng a turn. Mrs. Dr. Mewburr.r loaves tomor -row for Boston, wheiv: t^ho will ha joined by her daughter ^d tliey will proceed to New York, whcro th.iy will spend Christmas. Mrs. Holmes and her daughter Mm.: Will H'. Voung w�nt to LetWiridge on Wednesday to consult Dr. Maw -bum. Mrs. Younir being in ill h.'^aith -Raymond Chronicle. NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT TO AN ABSENT FRIEND THAN THE HERALD $1.50 A YEAR C. R. Daniul nnd Mi-s. Daniel loft 'this Week to Kpend a portion of the winter tn California. Win. Ingram, wilt bo in charge of Mr. Daniels business during his absence. Manager Wbcl�n of tho Woollen,Co. came up from Medicfim; Hat on Tue�-day morning accompanied by Mrs. Wholon. Ho has rented the ros4deaco oTaw last wcok to attend court. He will i�. turn heno for tho otljoumcd sitting of the Supremo Court on Sailurd'- J. W. Martin returned frorci Ottd'a laet wxwk. liia beadc^uarters as In-fpeclor ot Domiioion Laoda Agencies will be either at Calgary or Bran -don. likely Rraadoo. Ha will restdo here for Mveral months yet. The Oddfellows have elected Elmo J. Fraser, P. O.; C. ,V. Bennett, N. O.; K.V. Dooley, eocretary; W. Oliv-or, Treas,; and C. Lowthsr, f)nan�i>il ftpcratary. Installation .takes place �t ths Oret nweting in January. Captain Hifnry F. Dodd, son of the late Dr. Dodd, of the Northwest Mounted PoHce, has boon appoint.ud io an iMiM>rtant poirii'ion on the Panama CaBal, %nder Chief Englnuor Stevens. Captain Dodd has many friends in DV'Mtefn Canada; ospcclally In the Motmiod Police; He wai� married laat Jurja to M;ss A. Cnnbloton daiigifcter of the latft Captain Emble-ion of fho United States navy, itiid has been' for 'aonu tinu>*rc�iding at Elkbom, Montana-. J. Haas of Boston's �tore, bus departed for Onltirio on a ho!i-A house kooiy>i-. .\Dpiy Snge's Art and Book Stoi^. Wm. Proljert reports the now Wooi-dent C.P.B. telegraptaa. Western Division, was in the city this week. Mrs. C. M, Arnold did not receive .veaterday, but will be at home naxt WcdiUsday, ^Uh Mrs. Taylor of Toronto. V. S. Government agent Peterson i.9 awa.v on a couple of month's vn-valloi;. Mr. >Veidroan, from Wln.ii-pcg \is relieving ,�thbridg� is includ'csl and the Con�pany gua-aa-taaa a Vaudeville performance here (very week. � Chas. Hieighes, son of Ooo. II. Bank and will go into Uie i-eul eotote businese at High River. (J.F. A.'Gregory, of Barrie, Ont.. .succev. Canon Foster at Montreal. Ite had not been in good health for .sonw tin�e. He was one of the lea're will 'be a platform, which wiW be filled with 80 toma of rock. Above that' will be the cement work and stool for each pier. Trainmaster McNabb of the C. p. R. is r>>d hot after; all person.') who gnn>ble or attempt to �gamble on trains. He saya every irvdividual lound playing any gama,4or money oa trains will be punishad'.. Tli� C.P.U. is anxious to protect ks passtcngers earei at the Opcra House on Tuesday evening under the au.spicos of (he Epworth League of Wesley Church, fully sustained their roputatioh as first-ciaM artists. Every number on tho pio-gramme was well received, cnc.jraa boing t�cin�indcd in tiie majority ot cases. 'ti>a enierlainnjeut was '."wll att�vded. Th.^ Chr.stlun Guardian of last, week coiita'ncd tha news of tiM death of Rev. W. P. Scitf't. whom sonva will rememlxjr ns a pmbotioner whocame here last January to take charge of the Methodist Mission hare known as Lethbridge Second. Mr. Scutt's health was poor while he wtw hero l:ut in spite of that drawback iic worked hard Un his ftt'ld until forcoil to give up. naaaaaoaaaaaaiaaaaaaooo Look at the Label on your Herald. If it is dated December lat, 1906, your subscription is duo, and if Dec. 1st, 1905, it is overdue. Santa Loads Up Here! Don't buy tUe Christmas KJfts for your wife or your husband, your children, your sweetheart or friend, u|it;l you inspect the large and varied stuck nt �^ AND mm FOR LADIES AND G ENTLEMEN-Pillow tops Chiffon and lace scarfs. Fancy collars and belts, Lunch cloths, Pillow shams, Centres, Pin Cushions, Photo frames, Scissor sets. Needle Cases, Manicure cases, \Vriting folios. Leather ba^rs, Brush sets, Work baskets, Glove and handkerchief boxes, ash trays, Fancy combs, Shaving sets. Shaving mirrors, K��y racks. Memo lxJoks,'HaU sets. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS -Sttam euKines, Magic Ian-terns, Clock work engines, Friction Toys, Wind up toys, Dishes, Dolls, Tools, Furni-tiire. Cash boxes and banks, Ivitchens, Stoves, Drawing Slates, Printing blocks. Go corts. Stuffed animals,^ DolPs swings. Pianos, Boats, Balls, Games, Horns, Drums, Trains Blackboards, Carriage^, Doll's cratlles and beds, Deal's rag books. Wringers. Patlqr football and Tumbelin. The Mft.son.s will hold a conversazione in Oliver's haJJ on Decenuber 27. Mrs. W. H. Morr.s will not receive on Wcdnasday, December Iftth. Tho Gait Hospital dosij>e9 to acknowledge with thuaka a donation of two sanks of ilour froui a rink of Curlers. O. P. Au.^iin will preach at f.�.i;-Ieo. the vw.v l>eet prices anl tormv. Shi^or Sewing Machine Co. Mrs. Wn). Henderson lca\-es next week to visit her daug^iters at school in Winnipeg and her son at Upper Canada College, Toronto. On Tuesday evening the marria-fe of DeWit F. Coxson of ;Macleod to Mary E. Raymond of Egin, Idaho, took place at the Methodist parsiia-Hge. Rev. .1. B. Hughsun offlojating. Geo. M. Hatch and Mr. Coons took a spin into tho country 'in tliisir automoMIe on Tuestlay. They want tw'olvo miles and tho snow did not ititerfere with them making fast lime. Al the Methodist parsonage on tho Sth. Rev. J. Hughson tjerforiri.xt tlio n>ariiat(v ceremony bwtweon Dr..-cry Logramicur of Pincher Creek ,iud Miss Siarah Murphy of the sar.'j place. Sorvioes nt Wesley Church v ill se conduotet Calgary she will moot Mr. Sldnay Jackson.ot I,�tbbridgc, (son of Mr. John Jackson) and they will he married at that place; that the very beet wishes of her many friends hero will accompany her, goes withourc �aying. With her. aibllttlea as a vocalist, she w^ll be an abquisltton to the town of Lethbridge. Leave your order with The Model Bakery Fruit Cake from B5c. to 60c. a lb. Special for Christmas-Fancy Cakes and Pastry, Miuce Pies, etc. Phone No. 181. Ghristmas Furniture I is all around dor. itpn;. Wi have the molt ccnn^te atodl' for this seMon's tn^e #(| have ever shown, f CHOICE AKTlCLCdl are being let MjMCifor deli?.' ery later. iXm^fiiollM taakt a visit oM QuieMljiriMl yon eaiDf and take your choice. Cboi* and look through onr toett even if yon don't want tol>tt| or yon .any rp^Mt-it iiftcTf --wards Momething mefol tnil beautiful too is what you want for Cerittma* preaeota. and thai is what most people want. Some lines are' eapeciall/ adapU{ld| for presents such as Music Cabiacts. Larfka* Dissfct. Tm Tabias, Ccater Tables. 064 Parlor CiMirsi Morria Ckaii| and Roeltcra. > Fraiaad Pictures-We have just receivf d a delayed shipment of I pictures which have been marked specially low lor ChnatlDil trade. Don't fail to see them. ^ r r-v.:!! BRODIE & STAFFORD Christmas Gifts make most useful presents.^ Our stock of these goods coo*^; tain many articles 1 that Willi be thoroaghly apptociated by^' ladies, gentlemen 'ind chMi-^t ren. They range fr6u raxoial and razor setfl^'^ockerkniTeflif scissors and nmnavons handyli nrticles, tnany of which are.^ put up iu handsome cases;^ making a snft that is not only!^ >t thing of beauty, but one of ^ very practical utility. 7=' c. THE HARDWARE MERCn.AN'r TSXXPHONE ee REAL ESTATE Rctiaential lota from |S5 up to $100. Tkeie are well located, and oil c%ty terat* 1 6-roomed dwelling, S700-$300 cash, bal. monthly payments 1 6-roome wan indulged in, the music bairtj provided by O. W. Rowley's gniruo-fihono. The party broke up ati �ibc>ut 5 ittn., ov^rrybody voting tho afftiir tho plcasantest of Mw .....'it L�ne Syna w�v� sung by those proii-ont bo'ore dispersing. Mr. and Mra. .las. McNab l)elng in the centre of thti circle. --� Lost - Bay hdrso. brandsd VS (monogram) left hip__J. E. HOW- SOX. Medielna Wnt. --. � . CAUSED UY rtlK FIRE. (ilacleod Advance.) Herrinc Bros, have removed to tho. store direr-tly opposite tho H,B. Co. Mr. H. Tt, Hichondsou. gtol*' tut-n.ahings, will occupy tkt'ftliUdtng va> cait�d by the Herring' Bros. Roach & Co. will fit up their eonv niodious narehousp, directly badt of tiieir fornier quarters wWra liwiyjviU cator to the wants of their many |>t.-rons. Mr. .1. Hickfl has taken un onicu in the Ori�r block. ' R. 'J', liarker will conduct bua4^0M' in the building directly op|>o�tt�/t lui Town Hall. -- THHOIJQH TRAINS IK MAV.^ The c. V. R. will, aurt r.,w�m through trains from St.. Paul to Spokena, tlirough LttdbrMc* on May a. Tho train will rhUm fsaStim* and will only atop on tba Crow lliu; at Lethbridga, Maclood. Frank, fur nia and Cranbrook. : Tbaline wtticb the C.p.R. if m�ic-; injr appUoatioo to eonatruct ./ftnai Waybura to. LetbMdgs wlH tuany'%c(;'>raa ths apokaoa sisfia lUiiiV IncidMttally tt, will o|Mf iks ^t': couatry south of the prsiwit ?92235 ;