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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 27, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta lEe Lethbridge Herald VOLUME 2 LETHBRIDGE, ALBEttTA. THURSDAY. DKCKMBCfi s;7.1906. TK� StoM of QuAlity. ftfttitfactian We desire to thank our many customers for their liberal patronage during thepast year, and respectfully solicit the continuance of same. To all our friends and customers we extend the season's greetings, trusting that the new year may be a happy and prosperous one to you and yours. THe 2 Macs Only Exclusive U�n'8 Outfitters It) I.�tblM^dge CHIEF HUMPHRIES RESIGNS Nnt Satitficd with the Prcttat EquipacAt for Fire ProUc- tioft \n this Ciiy. \.-.K. ffumphWfs has hantiot) in ibis msiffniilUm as Chief of tht- l^in- WH- Mr. Tlumiihrins was si>fn by the IToraKI anfl u-slvofl to give IUk ix�ivsons for resigning-. AI ) lit' )ic�itaU�ii but, when tli-o reporter askwl him. if Ws rctlromcnl. had anything to vai>t to )� rosponsiblc for the nrnttagcinent of the iiw depart inaiit under pre�c�ivt condit'ionK," ho with t*e growth oS the City" The retiring Chief, nrtot- being iirg-od jnoKle tiwao suggestions in rogurU lo the improvonvjiit of the lire protection service. A stable in the r.^ar of the fire liall. Two teams ol horses. Drop htthtcsK. Up-to-date two hoi-.-r ehomical c ginc. lih foot cilon.sioM ladder. QuaPtcrs tor .six or eight men os'o fire hAh. with recreation and reading room .-jo that firemen would Ix: as comIot*lable as possi^jlc. The prefiont rhoniical is out ofdate ';tho Chief s�ys. VERDICT FOR Judge Stuart Makct CommtAt* oa a lUccAt Civil AetioA BetwecA South AlhcrtA Utn. ./.udgo Stuai't iuiK just givon .iudg-moot in the case of I'ilUng vs. OH. This was an ad ion for ^ISfl, balance of tt coinjivission, which plain-tilT claimed wii.s thie him for the .siilo of a Sitalllou. .Vs the plaintiff cx-chang�xl I the sialUon for several head of hor�i\s (Hit niaintairiicyi hs was not entitled to the conniu.ssion, as a jKir-ientago was only given in cas�?n paitl. He thnreioro-awarded the balance S25 with costs on the stiiall del>t .scale. BROKE INTO THE STORE Bold Burtlar Nabbed While RobbiAg J. D. HifiAbothAm't Premiaca. WE WISH VOU A "HAPPY NEW YEAR WE WISH \ YOUA'PROS-T PEBOUS I SEW YEAR," f Oil,; of the lH)icJi;.si rr�bborio.s that hus. taken place in the hist-)ry oi Let'htridgb was f>erputrated on Saturday morning Just t>ut thani^s to tlu! alarm given by a yo�uvg lad named. Wat.son. who was on his way tfi work-at BroUio and SlalVord's, she robbDr (lid aot escaix;. WaMon notiiil-d Ernest Jfcro^r, nigiht clerk at- the pbstofflcc, that a ruiaii was tukisg a lot of goods out of Uiginbothiims store. Mercei- .saw tile man in the stoi-e and iimiuKliate-ly notified Chief I'arr.v, �ho arrived iu a hurry. The l>hiel" na4>t)ed the man as spon. as he got in the store and had a lively strugBle'lietoie he tcry WO.H discovered. This is explained by the fact thitt the key is always left on the |ilside of the front door.. Nichoiiioai-evideiitly. opeaedLit. so ,th�t he could slip out ((Uickiy. AU tbfr'j j doors, the ptecks dccliu^vi, had been 'locked the night before. Nicholson had,pilod a lot �f goods at the roar of tJib store and h� waS scon with articles in his (locket by both Mercer arjd the Chief. The haul ; included holiday goods mostly, and they were of (vtv expensive character, too. Tbj fellow wivi evidently anxious in renvaihcr his friends on Christmas day. 'He apiieared lor trial before Jofs of the overturnf.'d cms ware broken op-rn, and the dead and i'n.iured taken nut as quickly as possible. It was a race hetv.ecn the rescucr.s and tho (tames. iJut by herculean edorts, all of the Injured wore removed V.etore the flames roach.-rt of those who weiv injured, only two occ�j>ar.ts of this car.escaping injury. There were on,y four physic-iun.s in EInoen nnticipat. Jl. ./. Valking, Anamoosc, N.l). .lohn .Satl-orberg, Anamoose, \.l). Tony Olen, Velva. S.T>. II. .1. and T. fl. neresforler. 21.- A telegram va.s received this morning by 1\ I., U. Crawford, munag^^r of the local branch of the Hank of f'oni-niorte apprisiivg him of th^ death in the Soo line wreck at KiKlerlin of a lariie land holder and rancher inlhiK vierson of Viscount 1>3 l..eval Itoresfonl, a yoii�g�jr brother of Ioflr I{i%>3r, and hu mndo quarterly trips to the place, which was managed for Mnv? yMirs by the late Major Cantwell, ond latterly ty Fames McCary. The New Year is just Arouna the Comer! And we wisli lo take tliis oiiportunity of thankinR our many patrons for the liberal.patrmage whic}i thev li.ive s?iven ub during the year of lt)OG, and extending our ver? bwt wiiheator  A HAPPV AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR." During 1901 we shall double onr effortoto make this a better store than erer. Wo shall endeavor at all times to serve yoii in the beat IxiBsiblo manner. keGjwng the GULDEN RULE as our motto. Ladies Tweed Tourist Coats Our selling of these ixipuliir coats this season have tieen a moat surprising sncue^s. It has been imfxissible to keep a full line of sizes long-there is a reasjon, of course. Our factories supply us with an extensive variety of distinctive and exclusive styles, so different from the commoii place. Tlien for such stylish coats, Soutiiard's prices are lowest, aon-istent with the higli-grade materials and workmanship. Atiother shipment of ;-50 new styles to select from on Saturday TOURIST COAT-made in grey overcheck tweetl mixtures. Back has a doitble liox pleat. This coat is iinishetl at sides with croas-strapa trimmetl with Imttons. and has collar of self, trimmed with velvet. Price..... ...........................................Sll 00 LADIES'TOUKIST COAT in fancy overcheck tweed. Collar is lrimme,.fit aad^nish Our own tailors will add the finishing touches, according to individual requirements. 1 ,95 A good selection in fancy tweeda in metliuin grey checks, also dark brown citeviot tweeds with neat stripe. Each suit perfect fitting and has hand-turned edges. .Single and double breasted sack style. Best Italian cloth linings, all sizes, good value at 15.0(.> to 18.00. Saturdajr^special..,................ Men's English Worsted Suits, Special |13.50 .95 Tailoreii in stiiart single breasted .sack st]^^. "StyUshpatteriis in dark blue or grey. Sfeat stripes and chcick's. Coat is made with close fitting l^ck and creaseil side seams. All sizes. Special for Satnrdtiy..............................'............................ $13.60 Fur Coats, Fur-Lihed Coats and Fur Caps Furs for winter are one uf the best investments-Southard furs especitUly. Pine tiuality of skins, �rell matched, made up in the Uitest styles, and every garment tully guaranteed. Each garment is closely examined, and not a faulty one sent out. Tntly a gooti investment at Southanrs prices. MEN'S FUR LINED COATS - -shell made of imported Beav-tr (loth, lined in body and sleeves with tine quality Cann-(iian Marmot, large German Otter collar and lapels. A very smart and serviceable coat. Southard's price......$4S.0U MENS RACOON COATS- tine quality natural full-furred skins, well matched and sewn, lined with block Italian quilted lining. Large roll collar and inohnir barrel buttons. Perfect A' \-'ffS " ' �tyle and tinish. A very warm coat. IflOMJL HANPOflD ^""^thard's price......^tiS.OO MEN'S FUR LINED COATS -tine English Beaver cloth shell, lined with heavy full-furred dark Muskrat, with wide storm collar and lapels of full.; furred Labrador Otter, easy fitting, the latest style. . A very beautiful coat. Southai>a's price.'.....$05.00 MEN'S FUR CAPS, In Wedge or Jockey style, made from Muskrat, Utter, Beaver, Persian Lamb, Nutria, Astrachan and German Otter. Prices $2.00, :i.50. 4.00. 8.00 1000 up to 15.00 Attractive Display of Trunks and Suit Cases It is useless to look for bettor Trunks and Suit Cases--they are not made. If they were, they would be here. This irnnk and Img store was never l>etter equipped to supply your needs than now, Perlitips yoti hcv*- ;i friend in miufi who travels-ceuldn't give him a gift that would be more approrass lo(!lc and strong flumps and dee|> coven'd tray. ;-�2 inch .'il'iiii.'li ;;/i-inch $5.0(> %Ti.?>K\ Dress Suit Case, miule of good (juality grain leather, on u strong steel frame, capped corners, with goCd brass lock and clasps, full cloth lined, with pocket and double press straps. A very handsome case. 22-inch $0.50 24-inch $7.00 26.inoh $t.50 .\i)w)it>n' clsi' in iliis Wcstfrti ro\iiitry can l>c; found such an excellent variety of Fancy Neckwear r.iiy,lil Willi tlic luiwcst (lt!si,L,Mis and colorings, and distinctive with many exclusive |)6tterns. Southard j)ri(Vii arc far hf'low th(. usual cost of this dresstf neckwear. A. SOUTHARD PHONE 100. LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. ;