Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
VOLUME 2 TKt Stort of Quality. Satlftfaction Quftr.nt me for a long lime that tht? lira L equipment is totally umdoars ago but it hah not kflpt up with the ehem irat en -�>"> foot extension ladder. Quarter* for six or cteht men ul.-ovo fine, forth, with recreation and reading room .10 that firemen would 1h2 us comfoftabic as posni-Mo Tho present chemical k out of da to the, Chief say*. VERDICT FOR PILLING Judge Stuart Makes Comment* o* a Recent Civil Action Between South Alberta Men. Judge ^tuuit hus nutt Riven iutt. Tht* u*nK an jo-iiort for $125. balance of a I'otnmiHttiott, which plan-tin cluimroih-;r k*v�* thuir evidence was op�*ti F75 of this hjd i>.vn paid. Ih- tlmrcioro awarded the l>al* ante $25 �ith costs 011 the smftli debt wile. BROKE INTO THE STORE Bold BurtUr Nabbed While Robbing J. D. HiBinbotHam's Premise*. O.I.- of (hbtK*(*K'>> that I with it on 1 he south truJ>* the Htor� t�y forcing Ho oiK*n Kih lak*;u place in tho history 01 'entered Lethi.rtdgu wait ^rputmud on Sat- j tho door in the hallway leading to 1 hi? second* floor, i h� front door was unlay morning hut than'^H to thy alarm gi\tti by a young lu�t nanuni Watson, who was on htn wa,v in work at Unmti* ami suittords, t.ht� robbt�r did not cmikh-Watnon iiotiiVsl Kmest >U?rc�r. ! aKo o|Min at the lim*� the rohUery i)i IUginbothnm*K store Mercer the man m the store and muiwdiaU 4lwcovori�d. This is i*�p)alnvd by the fact that the K��y is alwa>s loft on the inside of thi* front u>>or. Nuholiioa evidently opened It so that in: could slip out quicUy. All tho door*, the clerks declansJ, had been locked the, night twifoiv. Nicholson had (m1oockoi by nuin a� soon a* he got in ilf ntore and ha*l a lively Mruggle l^fon* he enuld overpower him. One sluiwcax* was complete^ d'htroy*-,! in th.� HI Higgle While I Wo other* W 'C Inid- I I.V UamagtHl. Th�� burglar gave hi* name u* f'ol-ill NichoNon and mi id he eaiiu' h *re from CtdeliUiii. It is believed he was c,n his way to tha States and wan ir.iiking tlx.- haul mi he eoiiht gt;t a U>th Mercer ar-d the Chief. The haul included holiday goods mostly, and thi�y were 01* an exfwtAivc churactor, too Th? folUkw wits evidently anxious to renvnnber hlK friendK on ' t'hri.stmas day. He ap|*ared for t/ial hoforo dus-tire Humphries the wtme morning. Kvidetuv was taken arid thi> prisoner uas committed lor trial. If Morton Ioivk conductv-t h.s defence BAD TRAIN WRECK. S Paul. Minn . Ten tH�r-im�i*t of tiioM- who wttv injurisl, only *ons are known to lie dead, six ath- !two iic*u|>at.ts of this cur escaping \cm aru fatally injur.d, and ut least 'jr* others vere hum In the wreck 141-day of an -M^vt-hound aiconuiaKlatioa train on the Minneapolis. Si Paul, and Wault St.- Marie ruilromt at V.u. derbn. X 1� The trtti-n from Moov* Jaw is ardN at Knd-rliii, a n wit Hi engine was shifting a stviu^ of box ears to a Hid* truck The coin did not clear the main i rueU and the pan^ng��r train eoiHd%td on. with the switiii engine. Ilotll engines were wrecked, and the purtM*nger cars. wer%* thrown iu confusion down a sina.ll einhnnlviiivnt at th* side oi' tli-iracW. Sit vera I of tlie day coaches wen* turned bottom stOV up. and-the pas H; ngel'K pillnid -b� ll.s'llh the WtVvk.m&.'. which tiiok Cue from the car stov�v*. l^nderiin is the di^ibional 1'iiNid fpiarters of the railroad, and aivscue party was soon at hand endeavoring to n'hHiwj the iiupru.ont^i pass.*ng�M's front tlieir perilous position. Many persons weiv in iuuuiivnt dnngerirom the flatnos. which was fast spreading through the cars. Axes were w-ielded by willing hamts. and the roofs of the overturn h1 cars v. *iv broken op 111. and the deud and in.mred tuken nut nfi rjuickly as possible It wun a race Ixdwetn th** ivscuers and tht! flames. Um by herculean eiTorts. ivll of th** injured were removed l efoiv the flames michxi them. T�-n b*idles were taken out and luld Ixwide the track, while the injurtHl were taken in hastily improvised am bulwnc.f; to hospitals and hotels. Ail the fatalities occurred in the smoking car. which was telescoped i>y (tho baggage cur. Here, also, were injury. There were on.y four physic-li,Ti;i in KiK^irliu. and a special train with phVhieJar.fi and nurses was has-�t*ly made up at \ alley 4'ity, �ud rushiHl ti� K-mieiliii Only a few j�us~ songerk In the dav coaclu�s wi*r John Sattert>erj;. Anainoos*-, V p Tony (Ilea. Vel\u. X.U. I�. d. and T. it Here*ifor�l. ife b eiiu Hat, I'nnada. ii ItosentXiiuii. Velva. NM>. U .�. Oanl>lson. Sheldon. N.J*. a Anderson. Starbttck, Minn WE WISH YOU A - HAPPY NKW YEAH i Medicine Hut, AMa., U*r. '21,\ lek*gram v as received this morning fiy J'V I' II Crawford. nutnag**r of the local branch of the fiank of C\uu-ineice api>ristng him of th# death in the Hoo line wreck at Kwiorlin of a lar^e land holder and rancher inthej Ij'vuJ Ik'iesford. a >ounger brother (�r J^ord IWesiord. The Viscount made his home in Ojitos Jaron. f'hihyahua Mexico, when* he oiH?ratexl a largi* ..atlie runeh and ahere his family re-hidtd. Jfis Canadian interosts consisted of a horw: ranch at Medicine fiat, on the Red !>w�r Hivcr, and he, mod" quarterly trips to the plac*. which was managed for some years l�y the late Major Oantwoll, and lat-itoriy fcy Kamos McCary. we wish YOU a"pr0s. PfiROUS new year: *4 4 The New Year is just Around the Corner! Aitopulur vouts thin atviBon hnve been 11 moat aurpria-ing �ucce�A. It hus li^en impossible to keep a full line of sizes long there in a reason, of nourae. Our factories supply tm with an extensive variety of distinctive and exclusive styles, so ditferent from the common place. Then for such stylish coats, Southanl's prices are lowest, consistent with the hiiih-gnule materiols and workiuanship. Another shipment of 'i>0 new styles to select from on Saturday TOURIST COAT-madf in grey overcheck tweed miitures. Back has a double box pleat, litis coat is finished nt sides with erosa-strapa trinunetl with buiunis. and has collar of M*lf. trimmed with felvet. Prioft....................................................$11 00 LADIES' TOURIST COAT iu fancy overcheck tweed. Collar is trimmed with silk velvet ami braid, and'the coat is trimmed with stitch od tabs of self on shoulders, givinc voke effect, lined to the waist and all throtmh the sleeves. Price.... .'........................ .$12.00 TOURIST COATS--of grey tweed in small checks, made with flat cob lar of broadcloth, and overlaid with rows of soutache braid, has patch pockets and ctttFs. trimmed to match collar. Back finished with pleats. Price........................................,...........$1*.50 TOURIST COATS iu li^ht *rey tweed with o'vercheck. Oollnr and cuffs trimmed with Velvet and braid Coat finished front and back With strappings of self and trimmed with buttons. Price.........$1 R.00 Extra Good Chance in Men's Suits A fortunate turn of trade .brought it our way. Hy clearing several lines from a celebrated man-ufai-turnr we ^ut a big discount from the regular price, and are going to give you the benefit. This splendid clothing is quite euual to custom made, both in style, workmanship, fit and finish Our own tailors will add the finishing touches, according to individual requirements. A good selection in fancy tweeds in medium grev checks. alsi> dark brown cheviot tweeds with neat stripe. Each suit per-feet fitting and has haiuLturned edgt*s. Single and double breasted ��ck .style. Best Italian cloth linings, all awes, good value at 15.00 to 18,00. Saturday special.................. Men's English Worsted Suits, Special $13.50 Tailored in smart ftingle breasted sack style Stylish patterns in dark blue or grey. Neat stripe* and checks. Coat is mad* with close fitting back and creased side seams. All sizes. Special for Saturday..........................................................$13.80 Fur Coats, Fur-Lined Coats and Fur Caps Furs fur winter are out* o( the best investments- Southard furs �socially. Fine duality of skins, well matched, made up in the latest styles, and every garment tully guaranteed. Each garment is closely examined, and not a faulty one sent nut. Truly a good investment at Southard's prices. MUN'S FUR LIXKU COATS tine English Beaver cloth shell, lined with heavy full-furrcd dark Muskrat, with wide storm collar and lapels of full* furred Labrador Otter, easy fitting, the latest �tyle. A very beautiful coat. Southards price......$ttft.00 MEN'S FUR CAPS, in Wedge or Jockey style, made from Muskrat. Otter, Beaver, Persian Lamb, Nutria, Astrachan and German Otter'. Prices $2 0U, :, 4.00. 5.00 1000 up to 12.00 MEN'S fur LINED COATS shell made of imported Beav- : �-i eloth. lined in body and 1 Nhfves with tine quality Caua- I *!i�n Marmot, large (lermnn ; * >tter collar and la}>els. A very smart and serviceable coat. 1 Southard's price......$15.00 t MEN'S RACOON COATS- line quality natural full-furred skins, well matched and smwu. | lined with blaok Italian quiltai lining, bar^i* roll collar and mohair barrel buttons. Perfect style and finish A very warm coat. M1ftMrO\ NANP [UU Shard's price......$4>5.00 Attractive Display of Trunks and Suit Cases It is useless to look for better Trunks and Suit Cases- they are not made. If they were, they would be her**. Tins trunk and U-ig store was never better equipped to supply your needs than now. Perhaps von heve ;i friend in mind who travels - eeuldn't give hint a gift that would be umro appivcket and double press straps. A very handsome case. 21-inch 20-inch $7.00 $7.50 Nt.w lu'iv <*Ur in 'ins Wi-stern country can be found such an excellent variety of Fancy Neckwear Jiri-hi with ihenrwi'si designs and colorings, aud disUncUvt with many exclusive |Jatteriet. Southard prices an- far below the usual cost of thin dress;? neckwear.