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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday; December THE LETHBRIDfeE WEEKLY "The Ladies' Store AcadiaBlock BeyondAll AT FRANK HELD BY MASONS Dr. MacKenzie Operated Upon-Cases in the Police Court for the Last the Old Year d Tl belling in fiycVdays ordinarily _ iii raiEthe, task us this but in our determina- tion not to be-duMojtte bypast records, 0031- a list of extraordln- A.. -r-rv- featurday, Ayuii .cannot fail to bring us the desired ieijiutftr savings in present needs, such as women .have the T; Therms little need to detals ot tfce Ml their own oiny tell It besk Neckwear The stock on tale for the two At 1-3 off REGULAR PRICES- 4 to-morrow In chattnJi ho women and taa, Ai'jt' A J- ac: even; s6ore of .suits to 'Sa'turdayi f. Ail; beautifully v tailored; in m and nlar values. ._ Cdat Sale to BelL_all but for- for prices are re- markaWy few styles the new- :.fft Regular and "r 1-4 OFF Sale values so? far 'of Ilkf eharaeter .fir 'every-day use. itfade of excellent the more diirable; cut in extra showaln Regular -values -.up -to Holiday out remaining At off REGULAR PRICKS Deeper Cuts than Ever Dependable Fur Neck Pieces, Lined Coats fur-lined coats, tolling at mink, selling at mink rrfuffe soHIng -at it muff.itUinfl at muff telling at f40 felt at Holiday Graat In anything you care- to choose -4 off THE ENTIRE STOCK Waist Sate M little in and nortftjr to material, at a wonderfully vent. .taltorrt aad wd told black in 95C Glove Sale Excellent-tjualities that, are fully at low week-end prices. Made of fine soft dojskin-iii taai only- very strong and durable; dressy for a walfcmg glove; finished dome at wrist Wortii ATI of tie afprorM IMroctoire cut- of to fitted of mo- dols tKM lalt tke majority of fig- Underwear Sale Mere than third tats wtlght comhlnatlon mint grades. Perfect fitting in sliM ;'5t, U, 38; ia% and cream; uplendjd Holiday Linens AH S covert, lunch and tray clothe, and stand Frank, Dec. of the most successful banquets ever held in the town of Frank -took place on St John's night, December 27th. It was given by Sentinel; Lodge No. 26 A F A'. II., G. R. A., Ho.icl. Thc-re "were present, including brethren from the neighboring'.towns of. Coleman, 'Hill- crest; and Pinchef.' Creek. Toast List The King and pattin- sbn, W.M'. The Grand_ Lodge_o! Quintette. ELUSIVE CARIBOU OF CAN ADA'S WILDS Almost Extinct .Being Sought for Exhi- bition Purposes SURE PURE -THE KlNEi A'91 [MADE IN CANADA, Burnett, D Song.. Bro. Roberts, Summit Lodge. Sister wfo. D. C. Macken- zie, I.P.M. -.Reply, Bro. Cameron and ,y Violin- Kerr. Officers Bro- Macdonaldv I-B-M. "-Reply; Bro. Pattinson, W.M. Summit Lodge, ana oth- er 'officers-elect. "Song-rBro Williams. Visiting Wor. Bro. Hous- ton; "''Reply, Gurin and Bro. Hem WILL COL Bro. -Leishem. -Absent" Brethren Bro. Nic- Francis of Victoria, B. C., curator of the provincial museum, has returned from" -month's explolca- tion of Graham Island; the largest of -_ -tne Queen Charlotte' Jiroup, where he .n tfte Frank went in search of specinwEs of the about, seventy i Rangiier dawsbni, species of caribou known u> Ton "luck a few bones, are all '.Mr. -Kermo-le.has to show for iis jourBey. .ile ni-lfe- ing of elusive ;.cariboii: lie is, i convinced -.of the continued. (existence -of the a-nd proposes Ho ,go.! oa anotber quest when, opportunity said Mr. Ker- niode, oa .the west coast ot virago traces of thesis animals liave iii ,We..saw several weeks" old "and of animals tbem'seLves we 'obtained no sijfht. j "The .existence ;bi -thit. particular t speciftB of caribou, wmi Jrart reported; interview the du waf isre- j pared. by Erneit: 1 F OOJcd Irom...iatiiw seaiitjr... material, 11 -alij he fragment' York, 0? .with a Of THE PEOPLE! fjJL I-'1-" THEONIY wli KNOWN MEDIUM r-WCED, BAKINGS POWDER MADE CANADA THAT DOES NOTCONTAJNALUM E.W GILLETT CO. LTD. j TORONTO, ONt. :er Wto to AN OPTION 0N -Toasfe-Proposed "by Tyler. .God' Save the King. of Hillcrest, who Nelson, B. (X, Dec. ,..____ fioix for, for their .naif; ad -Standard j mine at has" been" of s .irr i, WJL m fr-..' jjg-- wiXS I i a man to who has {From rthese '.data Alexander-. the .was! --.r -------T uue H-r! noble rescue work m the 'next fcy Bellevue the time oi the re- '-officers-of officers-of S.; the V: Queen Bellevue the time oi the re- cent disaster, and -who is still sufier- t ing'- iroraf the effects sgases, ,was .brought pital" on'. Saturday. .Mewbum diru j "some are-'.'glaeT'to learn, that the operation-'.hunters weierinbTe'-BiicoestfttI jwas successful and that the gallant Mr. Thompfion-Setoiij, tracratttcd E. R. Bacon, clubman i zie of St in the.caribou was-bf formerly, the {firm of is jand Senator-Samsfcorougn, 4 Gr 1 It is years doctor jte' progressing farorably. the police court vesterdav brought xilx j'-! ------ot atto fore. His 'Honor J. W.-Gresham, BtoVliciai'an- ,i; tnali.tnt in Beck, frorri" Hillcrest; was charged wim being unlawfully in possession-of some box car' doors, the projjerty -rf tiie ;C.-p.R-.; and Tras remanded until next the same ,c.ourt H. Farnz, and P.. Westoi -.-srere brought up drunk and disorderly charge. Farnz fined and costs and- Westof and costs. but.were nb't Ja' Rood for ai.Tthi Indiaas did not you told me :Her was several to, tlieim for. .this xe-} Saturday. TMs -Resent: purpose, not ;feet interests anyway. Well, eat: breaklswst Eu- sixth level Th' rope, I itot only sair receiver the -tracks, I Mrs. :to but .-nyc-ipuiid.'.tije Jkelfttoiis. of-. she :er raiaiag l j attended the Baptist and- Presbyterian Christisas treeV! entertainments at I'Blairrnore last "Friday -_ A i very _enioyable time was' spent by..all j _ 'The Santa Glaus was .IM a ____________ i passing .through fee' Crop's Nest Pass ,'could'have arrived "there" they, that mothinf" -thereof th'e'i iaK-n not forgotten-its inhabitants, came'rin -the'" the report. i daughters inlands were 'connected :with the con- Col. 'Baron is 60 Christinas.at Coleman. jtinent. is ncnr and has'-lbni'-been-a dis- tmore. returned Sa.--forty..miles' -would pre- tiriguished oi" Cranhroot ,to spend the-'Wca, of swimming -even if fairs. He rstirrd trbm active-! the caribou were a .frequenter of the'tice'at the bat in: 1884" and- became me. service at Xne Ixnos ,Metnod.ist coast, k" on. Svoaay was well attended.-: Mr. Kingston J preachpd 'from Light'of the scarce Solon7f excellently ren- j "j, am sure. of -them Clarlrfr. at said: Mr. Kennode, "bc- telepu one outfit -as cnuse'we saw tracks of two, but T repairing the line across the yrould1 not-lite to-say whetiker arc any Mr. A boy who was .assistin -v-.s he not. How..3oany connected with, various railroads, in'-itoms office yesterday in handling 'the li- STRIKERS ON PARADE AT WINNIPEG sten together sales. rnoving parcel- Tic death vgave-att'eraaae- to" av cryJike' maiie Mrs. ?.ich- dropped it -and-.with' "women an 1 As it j other wail and add'ed to -ihe.Vboy'a- j consternation. pr-ovei LOTS OF STEEL 1 '.'-FOR CrleS> up aid Toronto; Dec. the Telegram from New Yorkj "this, .rncrn- but; that Canadian f BO.JB utat m! cold, weather, the structural ateel i ,'_ s__ i. BANK CLEARINGS Tee local -cleariag .Tanar "A. -F- streets .sis nundred. -b.ea.ded i ns a brass band. .No incident marked Dec. A. M. held their __ _ fi-ion meeting last.night, when Bro. G. .'tlie marcn, and thedemoastrations of Leech was installed as Master, public sympathy were with Bro- TV. P. Coombs an-d Bro. E. T: Westlake as Wardens The I.P.TvI. Wpr. Bro. A. Vcale, was presented with a handsome P. M.'ssjewel. After the ir-iCeting an excellent banquet was partaken of at the Union Hotel, when. Joe excelled himself- Bro. J.- Kill- ycrd .Leech, of Winnipeg, was tie guest an-a era Lor of whilst was represented by Bros. McXichol. Bro. Fulton. Prorineial Organizer; of the Orange Order, town just bciorp- Christmas, and got a lodge starter, in Taber, which prom- ises br'or-- Ions to'be very strong. The Master is_ Bro. Thos. G. Bates; Dep. M., Bro. Bennett; Rcc. Sec. Bro. Alec The Jodgehas 'about 35 members and a number of applicants seeking adir.ission, and meets on tlic 2sd and 4ta Monday in each month. Bro. Fulton says he has thirteen lodges in Alberta during the past month, and all of them will be i werlvicg inside of another month. j The Christmas tree and party held the L.D.S. church was the most iji ever and the 250 scholars of the Sunday school'had a I great time. j The scholars of thr Homan Catholic; Sun-day school a treat Christ j i mas tree in thr new church on Mon-1 day night, and a splendid time is re- _ ported. I A slip oa the iCe compel 1-ed our 'town solicitor to use crutches. Mr. Myer's friends are glad to se-c him about again. !from Coleman, where he had spent the Christmas holidays. lacking. The strikers' rely on getting Tuesday solid 'union are beaten. in tie: Wood- stocS, N. set.-fire to his bed.UHursflav support, otherwise they land prove a customer of ours .tells you she is JeligKtecl with the quality of our meats, why not test her statements? LIBERAL WILL-WIN St. oans, Que., Dec. is unusally heavy today in. the provin- cial bye-election. Both parties ex- press, confidence. Unbiassed opin- ion'lends the idea that the Liberal will be.elected, considerably de- i creased majority. OTHERS ARE t and are getting satisfaction G. A Phone 452 Hill ;