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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta TGe Herald VOLUME 2 LETIKBidDGE. ALBEBTA.^THfJBSDAY. DKCEMBER SO. 190G. NUMBER 7 Tk� Store of Quality. S�titf*etiMk The Climax of Holiday Bargains at The 2 Macs  Only four more days of the Greatett Bargain Giving Sale f MEN'S CLOTHING Lethbrid^re has ever known. iMany of our customers have taken mlvanJage of this sale, ami have gone away more than satisfifd. STOCK GREATLY REDUCED Bui we h.ive�till A SDIT OB AN OVERCOAT for your at a sav-ing of from $5.00 to $8.00 HOLIDAY OFFERING IN MENS FURNISHINGS  FANCY SUSPENDERS AND HOLIDAY NECKWEaB. Men's plain or fancy Silk Suspenders, tine, web, put up in'cartons, price........................................... 1 SO Silk and Satia Neckwear. A new line of Men's fonr-in.h�nd Strings, Puffs and Bow Ties in all the newest colorings, put up . in pretty cartons for gift-piving, prices......25, SS.uO'nnd j5c. A Popular Gift for a Man Silk>lined Mocha Gloves, price..............____1.75 and 2.73 Fur lined Mocha Gloves, price.......j,.................3.00 dilk Gloves in all colors, price..........................2.oar.y for SI .>-nar8 and during almost ull thAt time has filled tho podition he hasJiiM resigned. 'J'. McXabh is thn oQt.V licrtMn who is cloKC to Mr. Mograih in yeans ot sorvicc with the ix�ropany. Apart from Mr. Oult no name has t-ctn mora closely associated with this big institution Chun that of Mr. MagrtiU). lie han been foromuKt in promoting its inlcreHtK as woll an thai ot the country. Ha r�>pre.r of tho Executive council. It iK hardly neces.'sary to renvark thill Mr. Magrath is one of iho fore- most and most ci^cnmcd citi�ctis of AHorta. A.t an oflkia) of the com-pany he tvas fp-iiuinely popular with all'thosv who cathc ia coMact with him. Ever courtcoita^wd affable he niah-out time to rrtiro. TIte HcraW iJBdorsfftnd.'i tJ�af ix sue w^flor \vill*not be aiipointed inr a time yoi. " * TROLLEY An �important application i.i beinp madi} to the logis.ature. It iwekstha incorporation of the liClhbridgc Radial TramAvay flompany with power to THIS QTY coBsttuct a tramWay in the City of l�tii*)ridgc and to points within SO miles ot tha city. Klcctricity will be th(! power used. BRYAN " NOT GUILTY ff Calff.ary. I'tiC. If--Oeorgc Bryan principal of the Xormnl School, was ficrputlo.i yj.'rtcrday at thn supreme rnnrt, by f'bicf .fust ice Sifton and a jur.v, of tho charge of ra|>'ing .A'gaAs .Marshall, niter a trial which lairlfvl from ten o'clock in thu morning im -til olovon o'clock in tliij cv^ni'ng. The verdict of the jury "wus accoml'-tnie*! hy a rider which'read aH follows:- "The opinion of this jur,v is that Iheiv! has Wn o*i�olut.oly no fo^mrta- t.ion for this ^charge and that thn .10-ciised leax-cs the court withoift a jjlaio on hij character." The Chief Justice in tli.iiikin.t; tho .iur>' for their .'9.'>r%'iew. .viai.'Hi ihnt lie cordially agnwl both with , the verdict and with ih? rider, and in his opinion the jury >-ould have don.'> nothing else. Stanley Jones .T.i)pcarod lor tlie crown, while the accused was rL>pr.'>-sentod by V. J. Nolun. NEARLY HALF MILLION Sumuol SiHwcer, the well known cattleiRau of thii Teton, has .sold his entire Milk river hoKtingn, ccn�i9tihg of lonrl, lattlo and horses, sa.v.s the Cho.ster Sij.nxl, to Mr. tMtillip.t of ISrandpn. Can., and W. A. Taylor of Milk rivar. Ternw private. Mie above daatj>typros�atircr about 4^.-OOr. hi?ad. HcadiAg ferUthbridge. A wriiflr to tiic (Jroat Falls Tri-buno,' who seems to be in cloEvtoiieh with the railroad situation indicate-s in a recent article (that .T..!. Hill w'ill ac.000 each, thoir duties to begnn Jan. 1. UETnnUlDOE WKVTHEll. The thcrmonvjtor regi.-vtePod yesterday 44 high and^8 low. To-day 1 ho registration hns beon high .ind 90 low. - I.ETlIimHKJK MAItUET. Thiirs', I**'';, ao.-Tlj.i pricw being pnid Uv local d�ili^r.>i as fol -lows:- iilggs (pel- doiHH ................. iV> Farmers butter (per H).)............. Wheat (per bushel)....... iVlo to 00c Stears (per pound) ...................... 'i Cows (per poundi ........................ 3.1 Hogs' (live weight) ..................... 7 Hogs (drc.ssi'd) ........................... '> Turkeys (per pound* ......... IS to 20 t'Seese (per pound) ............... lii to 17 Chickens (oer pound) ...... 10 to I'iJ --- KBN'ORA WON. U. il. pwoxi of the O.W. Kerr Co. in a letter to the Herald from Minneapolis. .sa.vii. "\V,} piedict a sluirp advance on the property 'hot only in l.�tl>bridp;o, t>ut generally ..throughout tlie BurroumUng country, within tho next few ywirs. W"e believe that loth bridge will bo" a city of conaideraWe magnitude;within a very few jTars." --#- Coal Ooee Up. Tlie. A. n. & 1. Co. raised the prico of coal ' TiO conts a top this wopk. It is now hoing delivered at $a.7!i per ton. Mrs. Cha8. Williamson is in the Little Bow. from (Miidicine flat Times.) Winnipeg, Man.. IJ�>�. 80. - The Manitoba Hockey League .scries was opened to-night,, with stirt'rls-ingly good game between Knnorn''l^histW.s and Winnipeg Stratnconjva. Th.ruin� Court suited in a verdict for, the plaiintiiT (or sa7.60. W. C. Simmons for plaintiff. L. M. .Tohnstone for dc -fendant. TERRIFIC EXPLOSION OF PRICES AT SOUTHARD'S , GIGANTIC CHRISTMAS SALE And it is no sham battle either. stock, nnd that's where you gain. People have come for dozens of miles to attend this great sale, and have soue home more than pleased with their purchases. In conjunction with onr Gigantic Reduction .Sale we herewith present a few suggestions in the way of seasonable, sensible anil inexpansiv�; Christmas gifts. GIVE HIM A TIE" And vou will please him mightily, especiallv i� it lv> a "SOUTHARD"' tie. "We dave an elegant array of French Seam Derbys, Reversible "Four-in-Hand, Ascola, Imperials, Bows, Puffs, Knots, etc., beantifully made of the finest imiwrted sil^a all the swellest and newest shades. Reversible Fonr-in-Hand.....iOfj French Seam Derbys.........eOtr Beautiful String Ties.........25c:Boautifal Wino Shades,-----7pc Nobby Bow Ties.............25e Ascot Ties..........--------1 00 Big Assortment Puffs OUK ELEGANT HANDK'CHIEFS make fine Chriatnifts Presentt. All the prettiest and iTewest effects for' men and boys. Fine Irish Linen.............. Pure Silk, with initial......... Pure Silk,'Fancy Borders...... Pure Silki Fancy Borders....... Tartans, White Border.......... . . .">0f English Squares________.. . .1 25 SWELL HOLIDAY SUSPENDERS . Only tho neatest patterns and at the lowest prices Boys' Lisle Braces, elastic ends............. .25c Men's Chester Braces, new designs____ .. .60c Men's Fine Silk Braces...................;. 1 25 Men's Extra Quality Silk Braces.........'... .2 �) - WHAT COULD BE MORE APPROPRIATE THAN SOME FANCY HOSIERY ? We-have many styles and only at the lowest prices. . ' Men's Fancy Lisie^Hal"f Hose......liHi: Men's Fine Cashmere embroidereil .50c Extra Fine Cashmere embroidered .fiOc Men's Silk Plated Half Hose.......75c Men's Pure Silk Half Hose.......1 00 Extra Special Value ia Men's Black Cashmere Half Hote. 25c JAUKR Oawii. BATH AND LOUNGING ROBES Ladies* and Men's Lonnging* Robes are becoming greater gift favorites each Yuletide season. This year we are offering a splendid selection of styles, both si'mple and elaborate. Ladies' Fancy Dressing Gown, made from pure wbol^affetta, Oriental patterns, sold at catalogue price.............IP Oil Ladies' heavy pure mwl Dresi*. ing Qowt), in si)lid colors only, trimmed with Silk and Pearl Ornaments to match, a beautifnt garment, prico..........11 00 Ladies' Dressing iJaokets, madie from tine wool Taffetta, OHen-tal patterns, trimmed with silk. Prict......................3 75 Men's Dressing Gown, No. W67 made from heavy pure wool cloth, double corded edges, Silk and Wool Girdle, .tneger catalogue price............10 50 Men's Dressing Gown, No. P.E. 25, very handsoine dark patterns, sold lit catalogue price .....................;..10 75 Men's Dressing Gown, No, G.E. '.i, beautiful soft dark colors, the very hnest quality of wool. ./ae)j;crcatalogue price.... 15 00 An ideal Gift for a Man - A Fur-Lined Coat One that will receive more appreciation from Mr, Man ihiia anything'else . give him. Considerable less to i)0.v if bought during our ftn^nt Christrnns sale voucouh MEN S FLU LINED COAT, lined throughout with choice quality dark Marmot, German Otter Collar and Lapels, shell of good quality Beaver, worth .moo, sale price......, $39.85 MEN'S FUR LINED COATS lined with North Sea Seal, extra large storm collar of Persian I^amb. goo�l imported Beaver shell,worth 55.00, sale p,$43.90 MEN'S FUR LINED COATS with liubrador Otier Collar ami Lapels, lined throughout witli No. 1 Quality Canadian Musk-rat Backs, shell of Extra Quality English Beaver, a very h.ind-8ome coat, worjh 100,01.), sale price... $79.65 .MENS COON COATS, made of. good . Sale price $49.85 MENS CHOICE COON COATS, nifulc from heavily furred skins, well matched and jjorfeclly made, linfd with heiu-ily i^addcd and quitted Itidian doth lining, worth 75.00, wdi' prifc.................$58.90 MEN.S CJiOlCi': NORTHERN (.'CON COATS, U)adi! oi' Extra Quality Selected Skins, very heavily furred and perfectly matched. This is a very durable cnnt and is well worth SlOO Siilo price............ $78.95 ^1 ;