Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 9

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 14

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIKKALD PAGE SEVENx FUR SALE Rather Than Carry Our Immense Stock of Furs We are Making Such Price Cuts To-morrow and Following Days That Will Effect a Speedy Clearance LADIES' FUR COATS THREE RUSSIAN BLACK PONY COATS- Sizes ;}2-;M-36, good values ;U -ffiw.OO eOC Qft SALE PRICE ...........................4�*�W.VW SIX CANADIAN MUSKRAT COATS- Sizes M to :kS; Hegiilar price $70.00 tt^Q CQ SALE PRICE ..........................''^ TWO NEAR-SEAL FULL LENGTH COATS- Ro.quiar price ,1^85.00 CCQ CQ SALE PRICE .......................... FOUR RUSSIAN BLACK PONY COATS- Sizes 31-38. Extra good value at $85. $57 50 FOUR NEAR SEAL COATS, No. 1 Quality, very .slylislily made with beautiful silk lining Regular .'{! 100.00 SB8 50 SALE PRICE .......................... TWO HUDSON SEAL COATS, Size 34 a�d 36, With Bear Collars and Cull's. Regular $200 ^145 00 SALi: PRICE ...................... TWO MARMOT COATS, No. 1. Quality, Threc- Quarler length. Regular $75.00 $52 50 SALE PRICE ..........................m^ifc.VW THREE MUSKRAT LINED COATS with Sable Collars. Sizes 36-38-42. Regular $65.00 COO CA SALE PRICE ..........................*�W.%*W MUFFS AND THROWS LADIES' MINK MARMOT PILLOW STYLE MUFFS. Regular price $10.50. S6 25 SALE PRICE .......................... *  THREE LADIES' MINK MARMOT MUFFS, New style. Regular price $12.75. C"7 CQ SALE PRICE .......................... EIGHT PERSIAN LAMB PILLOW AND HEART SHAPE MUFFS, biggest value on the fur market, good-bargain at $18 to $25. JIQ 85 SALE PRICE ..........................lU.W.* NECK PIECE TO MATCH AND LAMB MUFF, in small capes or throws CQ SALE PRICE .......................... I w FIFTEEN RUSSIAN PONY MUFFS in large .size pillow shape, regular $10 to $12.00 CC QC SALE PRICE .......................... .^V.^W FOUR BLACK DYED WOLF MUFFS, fine quality and good values at $11.00 Cg 4 ft SALE PRICE .......................... I w ONE SET FINE SCOTCH MOLE 72-in. Throw and Large Size Pillow Muff. Regular $60 $5|7 RQ SALE PRICE..........................-^^l.^lf Big Reductions in all our Mink Sets and Muffs. TWO SETS BLACK FOX, No. 1. Quality PiT ~ low Muff and Large Throw. Reg. $105.00 JgT Eft SALE PRICE ...........................**U MEN'S FURLINED COATS TEN RUSSIAN MUSKRAT LINED and Otter Collar Coats, good English all wool. Beaver shell. Regular $95 to $125 S67 50 ..YOUR CHOICE. SALE .................. ifVI.'tiV SIX COON COATS, Natural skins, good ((ujllcd lining, size 38 lo 48. Regular $100 lo $125 C77 Kfl ..YOUR CHOICE .........................^' '"^^ FIVE CANADIAN RAT LINED AND LAMH COLLAR COATS, good sliell and pcrlV make. Regular $75.00 SQ SALE PRICE'.........................^s-f>w.^w EIGHT CONEY LINED COATS. Lamb or German Otter Collars, a good bargain at $25 lo ^Ifi Cft $30.00. S.ALE PRICE .....................�W-UW 80 MEN'S FUR CAPS, Blended Musle to whom every meal Is another source of juffering ? Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets vill help your disordered stomach to digest any reasonable meals, and will soon restore It to such perfect condition that you'll never leel that you have a stomach. Take one after each mea). 50c. a Box at your Druggist's. Made by the National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited. 150 PRISONERS FORMED A GOOD CONDUCT LEAGUE Auburn, N.., Dec. 31.-The convicts of Auburn prison have adopted a New Years resolution,, pledging themselves to good conduct. To make the resolution effective, they have oraanized a Good Conduct league, by means of which they will have a share in maintaining prison discipline. Convict public opinion Is the weapon bv which discipline will be enforced. YEARS GIFT 101. HORN EIVIPLOYEES PRESENT POPULAR WHOLESALER WITH HAND, SOME SILVER TEA SERVICE On Wednesday atlenioon Uv. John Ilornc, of Campbell, Wilson and Horne, wholesale grocers, was surrounded by the em|)loyees of the Lctlibridgo branch and told in pretty plain language that he is one oP the finest employers on the map/ l\Ir. llorno didn't know what was coming. The bunch just swarmed in and when the popular wholesaler got his hearings he had the pleasure of listening to a ^vell worded e.\pression of good wishes from Mr. G. fl. Ivemm, the senior traveller, in behalf of the staif, who told Mr. Horne a. few things about what a fine man ho and how much the employees appreciate his patience and never failing interest and courtesy. This was followed by the presenting to Mr. llorne of a magnificent silver tea service. Mr. Horne was surprised all right but he rose to the occasion and thanked the staff in most appreciative words. He said that the firm is I doing a big business, but it is large-jly due to the clliciency and loyal cooperation of the employees who have shown a degree of ndelity of which any "house" might well feel proud. Mr. Horne leaves on Saturday on a holiday trip to the old country and will spend some time enjoying a rest from business cares. ^ NEW BATCH OF K.C.S NEW BODY PROVIDED FOR IN LEGISLATION PASSED BY THE SASKATCHEW,AN ASSEMBLY Regina, ,7an. 2.-By virtue of the authority conferred iw the act ro-spectlttg kiing's counsel and preced-enco at the bar, an order-in-council �has been passed, appointing the following King's Counsel in and for ,the province of Saskatchewan: A. M. Pan-ton, North Battletord; N. J. Lockhart, Estevaii; H. C. Lisle, Lloydminster; Wm. Grayson, Moose Jaw; G. E. Taylor, Moose Jaw; Levi Thomson, Wol-seley; C. E. Gregory, Prince Albert; Jas. H. Lindsay, Pninoe Albeit; J. A. Allan. Regiwa; J. P. Frame, Regina; Jas. Balfour, Regina; T. X. Colclougb, Regina; H. V. Bige'low, Regina; J. N. Fish, Regina; J. F. L. Bmburj', Regina; H. V. McDonald, Regina; Alex. Ross, Regina; R. W. Shannon, Regina; Geo. B. McCraney, Saskatoon; F. M. Brown, Saskatooni; H. L. Jordan, Saskatoon; J. D. Ferguson, Saskatoon; Peter E. McKenzte, Saskatoon; H. G. W.. Wilson, Indian Head; C. S. Black, Weyburn; J. A. M. Patrick. Yorkton; S .A. Hutcbrsou, Swirt Current; E. R. Wylie, Mooso-min; W. B. Wllloughby,'Moose Jaw. In 1007 seven K.O.'s were created, and until today no new appointments had .been mad(�. The province has been very caii'eful in its selections. SUDDEN DEATH Edmonton, Dec. 31.-While talking and laughing with some of tlie nurses in the Mlsericordia hospital last night Richard Graham was suddenly seized with heart failure and died within Ave minutes. Suffering from a broken leg, caused by the kick of a horse on his son's farm at Tofleld two weeks ago, Mr. Graham was brought to Edmonton to receive the best medical attention. Several weeks ago Mr. Graham left Ws home in Elmvale, Simcoe county, Ontairio, to spend Christmas with Ms son James Graham, who owns a farm at Tofield. On December 21 he was in the farm yard and was standing quite near to one of the horses. While in that position the animal started to kick and one ot the blows struck the aged man on the right 'leg, breaking it. Deceased was well known In Ontario political circles, ' 'ng defeated for the provincial legtoli^vare by A. B. I Thompson in 1909. For twenty-five y6airs he served as a county coifncil-loT and was reeve of the township of Flos and county councillor of No. 7 Division. No Meat Troubles in 1914!! We can fulfil our New Year resolution to give if possible better service than in 1913 We supply meats to particular people and during' 1913 sueceeded in ljuilding' up a big list of customers. It Avill he to your interest to lot us serve yoni in 1914. The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 R. COULTRY, PROPRIETOR THE HIGHEST IN QUALITY, BUT NOT IN, PRICE. "IS SPECIALLY SELECTED TO SUIT YOU We know from experience wbat a good housekeeper - like yourself-wants. You can therefore rely on our rib roast-and on all our other meats -as being the best you can buy for the money in this town. Come in and try us today. The Lethbridge Meat Market Phone 635 John Murphy, Prop. FIFTH STREET Opppilte Sherman Theatr* Saturday Special at the Foot Toggery Men*s Barry Shoes, regular $5.00 to MA Q|- $6.00, for - - Jp4.t)D Women*s American and Canadian Shoes, regular $5.00 for - - - - a95 Men's & Women's Wool Slippers - - 85c Mocassins, Wonnigan's Felt Shoes, Rubbers and Overshoes. All Sizes. W. J. Nelson & C Sherlock Building 3rd Avenue 56 ;