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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lhe Herald �mm VOLUME 2 LETHBR1DCE, ALBERTA, TIIUnSDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1900. � 1 tin I 1 - �� r -i ' 'I i. �_______ ___________J--- NUMBER 7 The Store of Quality. Satisfaction Gvereateee' The Climax Holiday Bargains at The 2 Macs * Only four more days of the Greatest Bargain Giving Sale f MEN'S CLOTHING Lcthbridirc ltn� ever known. Many of our customers have taken ml vantage of this sale, nnd hnvo gone away more than satisfied. STOCK GREATLY REDUCED Kin we. have slid A SDIT OB AN OVERCOAT for your at a sav- v ing of from $5.00 to $8.00 C A. WtAGRATH RESIGNS Big Purchase by Milk River Cattle Rancher* Hat Just Beea Announced. Ch�H. A. Magi-nth, has iv�!(pi�l his position a-s I .and Commissioner of the AH>erl� Hallway & Irrigation Co. to Into effect on January Isi. Mr Mugi-Atli made this announce' ment to the lleraJd man yoatcrda.v, when queried about the matter. The retiring ollleiu) has been In the service of the com|tar.y for ill years and during almost ull that lime has filled the position he has junt resigned. T. Mc.N'abh is the only person who is clow to Mr. Magrath in years of service with the company. Apart from Mr. flalt no name has ii moiv cloBoly associated with this big Institution then that of Mr. Mngrath. lie 'huh been fonomost in promoting its 'interests as well ns that of the country. He tvpre�?ntcd this district in the old Teri'ilnrlul legislature and for a '.im was u member of the Kxeentlve council. Jt is hardly necessary to remark that Mr. Mngrath is one of the fore- most and moat efctcomcd ci'tiseos of AHertii. As on oflkla"! of the company he wns genuinely popular with id 1.1 hose who came In cohtact with him. liver courtooUs^wd affable he made a host of admirers. It will lie good news "to the people of tjcthbrldffu to Warn that Mr. Ma-grath is going to remain .n resident of this city awl will devote more tlmo than live* to all efforts aiding In tiho development of the city and district. Mr. Magrath has unbounded faith In Southern Alberta and he feels Ahat during .the next few years the growth will I*?1.wonderful. Mr. Xlagrath did. not give any reason for his resignation other than I hat he had boon a long time with the ewnpnny nnd thought it van an-out. time to retire. The Herald understands that a sue censor \vlll*nol l�e appointed for a time yet. The 2 Macs Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters In L%t*ibridoo TROLLEY FOR THIS CITY An ,iniportnnt application is being construct a tramWay in OV City of made to the legis.nture. It welts the incorporation of the l;c. li�.-r;e0rge Bryan Iprincipal of the Xormol School, wns aeipiitie:! v.-stcrdny at the supreme rriurr by Chief .1 list ice Slfton and n | lury, of the ing Agnes iMitr.hull. nMrr u trial which lasted from ten o'clock in the morning un -til elevon o'clock in th ? evening. The verdict of the Jury "was accompanied by a rider which read an follows - "The opinion of this jury is that Ithere has Vn mbaolutely no founda- tion for this charge and that the accused leaves the court without a stain on hi? character." The Chief .Justice in 1 nkinS the jury for their �.?rvie.-\s. Mal-M that Ive cordially agreed Loth with lhe verdict nnd with lit  rid�T. and in his opinion tbo jurv .oald have dou.> u.-nthing else. Stanley Jones appturcd for the crown, while 'the ikvumiI was rc|ire-sontod by V. �1. Nolan. NEARLY HALF MILLION Suinuel SpoiH'cr. the well knowii cattleman of the Te-ton. has sold his entire Milk river holdings, consisting of Um-l, i-altle and horses. sa,\s thj Chester Si>.nil. lu Mr. I'hillips of Ilrondtm. Cun.. and \V. A. Taylor of Milk river. Terms private. Tlv above doat'.ivprotwntR ona of thn largest tronsactioD� put through in Alberta. Involving a property valued at nearly a half million .dollars Tin? new own-rs are: .John Spencer. W. A. Taylor and A. K. Thllp. Their holdings of cattle' number about 40.- Heading for Lethhridfc. ! New Harhor Coaualtiuloaera A writer to the Ureal Kails Tribune, who Xviiik to l>o in clnsutoiieh with the railroad sit nation indicates in a rctcnt article thut J..I. Hill will acquire ^he entire stretch of road between Oreat Tails and hero nnd then axtend from bori- to Manitoba. The. writer says Mr. Hill had that in view whan lie purchased itu* lim-fmm Swoci (irnss to Shelby. HOLIDAY OFFERING IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS  FANCY SUSPENDERS AND HOLIDAY NECKWEAR. Men's plain or fancy Silk Suspenders, tine web. put up in'ear. tons, priee............................................1 50 Silk and Sutiu Neckwear. A new linn of Men's fonr-in-hsnc. A Popular Gift for a Man Silk-lined Mocha Gloves, price................. .1.75 and 2.7� Pur lined Mocha Gloves, price.......;,.................U.Ofl Silk Gloves in all colors, price..........................2.o The Favorite Gift, Handkerchiefs A hot of half a dozen pure Irish Linen f�r Lndies or Gentlemen, prices.................................... 1.35 to 2.25 By all means give him a House-Coat or Dressing Gown. . HOUSE-COATS-In CnuwYm *Hair Cloth, brown and grey hades, in overplaid etTects, all sizes, prices. 6 50 to 7.00 �4 Men's Dressing Gowiib. in blue, grey and fawns, handsome Christmas gift, prices..........................10.00 to 15.00 A. Useful Gift Men's Slippers, in Felt ontl Brown and Black Leathers, prices....................................1.25.1.75 and 2.25 Premier Denies. Special to Ttorakl.) Ottawa. Out.. Dec. 20.-The Cab  inot to-day appointed the three mem-IJers of the new board of harbor commissioners for Montreal. They are Jo. W. Stephens. C. C Ballnntyne. and L. li. UeotXrlon. Mr Stephens J salary as clwlrman will �>e $7,000 and that of his colleagues $."..000 each, tholr duties to l>eg(;n .Ian. I Premier lliither/onl dtnies emphatically the Allegation of llerron of Southern Alberta that he "grafted" on governtneirt coal lauds. The Premier says that 'he novor nt any time under any circumstances mado ai>-jiticatloit to the Dominion government for coal rights dnd-.he r.�yer nc-e,ii 1'J high and -Vl low Pott Office At CoaMale. II. ,\. Sugifptt was notit'ict to-day thut ' the J'ost omvo iv-parrnveiH would open a post otTlrc at Coal -fla'e right away. It will Im located in Mr. Suggitt's house, nnd Mr. Kuggiu will act as poet master for th? present. i.r.TiiiimiKii-: m \nivi:r. I'hursdn^'. !>��. tiO.-Tli> prices ing |>nId lis* local dewier* is as lows: - I'iggs (pel- dozen)..................... Furrows butter (per lb j ............ I'otntoi's (l>er hundred) ......'........ Oats (per huiHli'Hl lb.) ................ Wheat (per bushel) ...... ."ide to Hta>rs r pound) ................... Cows (per pound) ...................... Hogs (liv.� weight) ................ Hogs (dressed) ..:...................... Turkeys (per pounil*........ t (ieeso (|Kf pound) ............... 13 t Chickens iwr pound) ..... 10 to held I - .. .VI . an .. sr. �0c .. :� Will Be Big City. H. II. Owen �) the O.W. Kerr c0. in a .lett.tr to the Herald from Minneapolis, says. "U',j ptv-ylict a shai[> advance on the property 'not only in Ijittobridgo, but generally.throughout tlw surroiiodlng country, within tile next few years. We beiieve that L�th bridge will t�' a city of considerable magnitude.with n a very few years." �i o 20 o K J'-'J Coal Goes Up. Tim A. It- & I. Co. raised the price of coal ' C>0 cents a top this week. It is now beiug delivered at ifl.TS per ton. -�.- Mrs. Chas. WlUinmsnn is in from the Little How. KKNOHA WON. (Medicine. Hat Times.) Wiiinipeg. Man.. )>\ seor. of t) to !l. I'l.AlNTUT WON The small debt, action of f^iyton vs. Ixmg at the 8uprein> Court r, and have gone home more than pleased with their purchases. In conjunction with our Gigantic Reduction Snle we herewith present a few suggestions i/i the way of seasonable, sensible and inexpensive Christmas gifts. "GIVE HIM A TIE " And you will please him mightily, especially if it l>e u "SOUTHARD"' tie. We dave un elegant array of French Seam Derbys, Reversible "Fourdu.Hand, Ascols, Imperials, Bows, Puffs, Knots, etc., beautifully made of the finest imported silks in all the swelloBt and newest shades. Reversible Foiir-in-Ha ml.....20c French Seam Derbys.........60e Iteautifnl Siting Ties.........25c Benuliful Wine Shades. ....... .75c Nobby Bow Ties.............25c Ascot Ties................100 Big Assortment L'uffs. . OUR ELEGANT HANDK CHIEFS make fine Christmas Presents. All the prettiest and uewest effects for" men nnd boys. Fine Irish Linen.................2'>c- Pure Silk, with initial............:.- Tartans, White Border..........'.. 1.25 SWELL HOLIDAY SUSPENDERS Only the neatest patterns mid at. tin; lowest prices Boya' Lisle Braces, elastic ends.............,25c Men's Chester Braces, new designs...........60c Men's Fine Silk Braces....................I 25 Mcn'B Extra Quality Silk Braces............2 01) .*i0e F.nglish Squares............1 25 WHAT COULD BE MORE APPROPRIATE THAN SOME FANCY HOSIERY? We'have many styles nnd only at tin-lowest prices. Men's Fnncy Lisle Half Hose..... Men's Fine Cashmere embroidered Extra Fine Cashmere embroidered Men's Silk Plated Half Hob.-...... Men's Pure Silk Half Hose....... Extra Special Value in Men's Black Cashmere Half Hote MtOCR BATH AND LOUNGING ROBES Ladies'and Men's Lounging Robes are becoming greater gift favorites each Yuletide season. This year we are offering a splendid selection of styles, both simple nnd eiabornte. CorO�4 i Men's Dressing Gown, No. WOT made from heavy pure wool cloth, double corded edges, Silk nnd Wool Girdle, .fneger cnta- loguo price............10 50 Men's Dressing Gown. No. P.K. 25, very handsome dark patterns, sold nt catalogue price ........................10 75 Men's Dressing Gown. No.O.K. ."{, beautiful soil dark colors, the very finest quality of wool. Jaeger catalogue price... .15 00 Ladies' Fnncy Dressing Gown, made from pure wool Taffetta, Oriental patterns, sold nt catalogue price......*........lp 01) Ladies' heaw pure wool Dressing Gown, in solid colors only, trimmed with Silk and Pearl Ornaments to match, a beautiful garment, price..........11 00 Ladies' Dressing Jackets, made from line wool Taffetta, O'rien. ttd pa items, trimmed with silk. Price....................:j 75 An Ideal Gift for a Man - A Fur-Lined Coat One thut will receive more appreciation from Mr. .Man than anything else you could give him. Considerable less to |my il* liouglit during our ureal Christmas sale. MF.N'S FIR LI SKI) COAT, lined throughout with choice quality dark Marmot, (ieniuni Otter Collar and Lapels, shell of good ipialitv Beaver, worth 50.00. side price'.......$39.85 MEN'S Ft'R LINED COATS lined with North Sea Seal, ex-tra laTge storm collar of Persian Lamb, good imported Be/iivr shell,worth 55.00,mile p.$43.90 MEN'S FUR LINED COATS with Labrador Oiler Collar and Lapels, lined throughout with No. 1 Quality Canudian Musk-rat Backs, shell of lOxtm Quality English Beaver, a very liand-bome coat, worth 100.011, sale price.................$79.65 MENS COON COATS, made of good quality natural skins, well matched ami r>ewii, good value at >*>. Sale price $49.85 MEN'S CHOICE COON-COATS, made from heavily furred skins, well mulched and |ierfeclly ninth . lined with heavily padded uud quilted Italian cloth liiiinu, worth "5.00, miIc price.................$58.90 MENS CHOICE NORTHERN COON COATS, made of Extra Quality Selected Skins, very heavily furred and perfectly mulched. Thirtiaa veiydwi-ulilo coat and is well worth S100 Sale price...........$78.95 Phone 100 ;