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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 3, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta �ir'.r'i'ii' CROWD-DRAWING BARGAINS! Our small prices convince others and they'll convince you. We buy largely, import direct, and save you money. Ladies' Blouses, 95c. Neat Styles in Lattre, Cashmere and Wrapperette p;oods, light and dark shades, all this season's styles, worth up to 3.00, Special, 95c. Children's White Cotton Dresses, 25c. Abont twenty of these to be cleared oat at onee. They won't hwt long at the price. Worth from 75c to 1.25, Special 25c. Ladies' Tailored Suits, $5.00 A chance of a lifetime to secure a Ladies' Tailored Suit at ers than half price. We have a limited number only and won't last long. Come early. Worth from 12.00 to 20.00 a suit, Special, $5.00 Ladies' Skirts, $3.75 Do net fail to see this lot of Tweed and Plain Cloth Shirts, which we have placed on our bargain table to clear quickly. E ery one a neat stylish skirt. Worth up to 6.00, Special, $3.75 White Cotton Embroidery, 7c. yard. 350 yards fine quality Embroidery in a large variety of pat-teras, tAvo to six inches wide, easily worth 12|cto 16o, Special 7c. yd. Women's Slippers, A Big Bargain, $1.50 pair A line of Women's one-strap Slippers, fine Dongola leather, nice easy slippers, the kind we have always sold at 1.7S per pair, all sizes, Special $1.50 White Wool Blankets, A Big Saving, $4.25 Fine aU-wooI blankets, soft finish, full sizes, weight 8 lbs., regular price 5.00,' Special $4.25 Ends of Linoleum and Carpet, Half-price. While they last all ends of Linoleums and Carpets at \ prie* 600 doz. Buttons, 5c. dpz. All kinds of Dress Buttons, in a large variety of colors and shapes, 10c and Idc quality. Special 6c. Men's Tweed Suits, 12.50 Just like banking money, buying clothing here. We have 25 up-to-date suits, double and single breasted styles, made of fine imported Tweeds and Serges, which we have mark* ed down to 12.50. Our regular prices are 15,00,16.00, to 17.50. Special 12.50 Men's Cambric Shirts, 75c. 60 Men's good quality Cambric Shirts, all nice neat pat-terns and g(K>d fitters, all sizes, worth up to 1.25, Special 75c. Men's Fur Caps, 20 per cent. off. Just the season of the year when they are most needed. A Rood assortment to choose from in Persian Lamb, Otter, Rat and Canadian Seal, all sizes. Special 20 per cent. off. Men's Overcoats, $7.00 Men's heavy Frieze Overcoats, in grey and black, extra heavy lining, regular price 9.00, Special 7.00 I III M^MI- Boys' Reefers, $3.25 Good quality Frieze Reefers, heavy lining, storm collar, , regular 4.00, Special 3.2$  Seven choice : lots on Glynn T street, facing A LOCAL BUDGET.  the east, with  water mains in : : front, for : $355 each. : Five sections of  : good farming   land, north of   Lethbridge, for : : $11 pjr acre.  [iven.  W.R DOBBIN DEALER IN Albarta Lands and L�thbrid){-By two young men. board nnd ssparate rooms in private hou�3. .\ppl>' at Herald offlce. Tb2 difficulty experienced in he�t -ins Wesley Clturcii sufflclently for tlic rooming service has besn due to tho furnaces naeiling cleanlnR. Tl>is worlc has been tlioroughly attendod to and a conitortalilc Church will be guar -antsed in the future J. H. Fleetwood has been placed on a provisional r.omiini'btee, appointed ^y the minister of Eiducation to arrange for a school boards cou-vcntion. It is proposed to hold tha convention at Edmontorj on January 23 a/id 24. Mr. Fleetwood was the ori'i^inator of the idea. All young men who have no church home in Lcthbridgv should attend the special Young Men's sorvioa in the Baptist Tabernacle next Sunday evening ait 7.30. The Rev. W. Raid will take as his euiijecf. "Starting on RlSht Rails" and Mrs. E. E. Reynolds vill sing. The forenoon esrvice and the Sun-day School will be held at the usual hours. If you are constipated, dull or bll-ioufi or ha\'c a sallow lifeless conv plcxipe, try lax-^ts just once to see what they will do far you. Lax-ets are little toothsome Candy table'ts- nice to eat, nice in effect. No grip-pine, no pain. Just a gentle laxative effect that is pleasing y desira'ble Ilondy for the \tsst pocket or purse. Lax-ets raaet every desire. Lax-ets come to you in beautiful lithographed metal boxes at S cents and 25 cents. Sold by J. p. Hiigjnbotham' ft Company. The consregation meeting in tha Baptist Tabernacle has been busy during tho post f*w days. About twenty of those connected with the congre^'ation m�t on New Year's eve l^ijid.,  ..ad a watch night service at which some of tho ladles provided light refreshments. Then on New Year's day tb� Bav. W. Reid preached forenoon and evening to good gatbcrlns;s and is conducting services every evening this tveek at 8 o'clock. On Wcdacsday evening tho monthly business mooting was held. The reports showed that the Taber-Dicle was in a prosijerous condition. During the two months that the Rev. W. Reid has boon pastor the income has been 9105.10, which after paying all accounts leaves a twlance on hand of $39.45. SPORTING GOSSIP. EJdmonton Saturday Nevs: We are told that "Edmonton had its eye on KiLian. tlie Detroit left-hander, but that ho has been drafted by tho Boston Amiaricans. Why not gat after ' Christy Matthewson? VL-i would bo : quite as much in i^:eoping with Ed-montan s needs and resources. Or ' was the Killian 'story so mucli ' dope!" A man, thuugh. who has boon secured and who will prove no end of strength is P.'ttman, tho Wetaskiwin pitcher, who did so much to keep the team from that town in Ihe place that it held during the past season Pittman first sprung into prominence down tho C.N.R. 1 no. at Vermillion, 1 think, and unless all signs fail; will travel far in the baselmll world. A year from now even the Boijiton .'Vmericans nrfght be glad to exchange Killian for him. The importance of a good manager to a baseball team is emphasized by a recent article by Jake Morse in ! the Bo.ston Herald. Mooay talks in baseball the same as it does elsewhere, he tells us, but the mere expenditure of money will not by itself �vin pennants. The cases of Connie Mack and Comiiskay have been quoted to show what can be done without, an inordinate expenditure of. cash, but it must be remembered that Mack and Comiiskey are great basoball generals. Mack will take a club without the expcn -diture of a penny and turn out a winner where another team, upon V hich loads of money have l>een cx-{>ended, will make a wretched showing. Mack has the faculty as has no othpr club owner in tha country of developing young ball players. lie has had wonderful success .n th's direotion. The most wondorful th'n;� he did was to take Knight tlio higrh school boy, two seasons ago and find in him a shortstop who could fill the shoes of Monte Cross. Medicine Hat News: The invitation to attend the l^ethbridge bcns-picl unfortunately was not posted in the local curling rink until .yesterday and eonsetjucntly there was no time in which to scare up a couple of rinks to take in the event. Edmcttlon DuUetin: The moa&ge-mcnt of (ho Edmonton basebnll club has practically uomplotdd arrangements for asHcmbliiig the 1907 team j in Spokane and giving them a throe , \^-�eks' workout there before coming onto the wemern Canadian league circuit to conunonoe the regular cfaeduJ*. Lethbridge's first bonspiol was a success, though it would have been better if more outside clubs had boon represented. However all the competitions were keenly contested and Lathbridge carried off tho most honors against the well known Calgary skips. Mlqiielon and Sava.sco In tha grand challenge, two Loth-br:dg� rinks, these of Skips Barnes and Maclaod reached the ilnals and Barnes won out, bis rink compospd of U. W. Robinson, A. E. Humphries and H. G. Long, getting the lockets. Tho Macleod rnk, composed of N.T. Machtxd, D. Duff, P. Houk and'E.D. McGregor'each got a pair of fS.OO lr,ot.s, donated by the Bentlcy Co-Tho third, prize, four bo.xes of cigars and fouri bottles of Scotch, was cap-ttlrc-d by J. K*nny's .quartette. I 'iiio T. Loo tropliy and four pearl set ge playod olT' for by the local club in a serie^ o( matchj.s. 'ihere aro some goodpriies inciuding gold rings, boots and hats. On the. last night of the spiel the Calgary visitors were entertained ait �n oyster supper at the Coaldal� restaurant. A toa.9t list was carried out under tha direction of President Humphries ond si>oech;!s paying tribute to the good sportsmanship of thj Calgary fellows- were made by -Mr. Humphries, N. T. Macleod, Jno. llruce, Wm. Henderson, Wm. Scott, Fred Rooney and John Kenny, Leth2d his trial on Friday. The case against him was dis-ond charge of a similar nature was missed. Almost inune' party in working a vigorous attempt to gain the privilege of tennant farmers in purchasiBg ther land from the Land Lords, under a government valua-tida. a new loan of seven nvillions has been granted by the Government in order that tho farmers may bo able to buy out bis rental land at twenty-four years purchase; this step has greatly interested our Irish Americans, who are helping the Iri.sfa International Exhibition which is to commence in 1907. I do not know the actual date of opening. From information I got when in Winnipeg I tuiderstahd that tho C. P.U. are going to arrange for an excuraloa at a very moderate price, this wilt give Irishmen in this country an opportunity of visiting their old koM. , ,.J j Jill Yours faithfully. THOS. O. STONEY. JIBOVBAU^ To LooK Stylish Men Should Wear the Barry Shoe, $5� $6 NOTICE. A JAMAICAN LADY SPEAKS UIOULY OF OHAMBBRLAIN'S COUOH REMEDY. Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston, Jamaica. West Indies Islands, says that she has for some years used Chamiberlaia's Cough Remedy cough and has found it vcr/ beneficial. She has implicit conOdenoa in it and wouM.fiot be without a bottle of it .n her' bouio. Sold by all drug -for coughs, croup and whoopin.} gists. The Liquor Licente Ordinance, Province of Alberta. Application has been made by O. \. Bock�n for a license in respect of the Cosmopolitian Hotel, situate on lota 1 and 2, Block 6, Lethbridge. r\ meeting of tho Board of Lioonso Commissioners to consider this application vill l>a held at Macleod on Monday, February 4th. 1907 at 3 o'clock p.m. Dated at Edmonton, this .Slst day of December, lOOfi. S. B. WOODS, Deputy Attorney General. - AJOVCBTISS IN TlIS HERALD. Renew your Subscription to the Lethbridge Herald WE thank wu X patroM for their patronnge wUle in buai&eMin thit city, and will reeommea4 our sueeeiiori* The Lethbridfe Saiidlery Co., as respoatible gentleraea who ^11 take pleasure ia pleas* ing you. Horner�Hutchinson i To stop a cold with '^Preventfes" is safer than to lot it run aw),'curs It afterwai-ds. Taken at^the "sneeie stage" Freventlcs will heaj. oil all colds and Grippe., and perhaiM sa# joii from Fnoumonia or BroKchlit'^s. Prevtntics are li'ttle-toothsanw candy cold cure tablets ' selling in S ceiit Qird 25 o:�t' boxes. If you are c^ljsr if you l>es'in t.'� snoeze. try Prsiwa tics. Tlvcy will surely chack the'col and please you. Sold by J. V. Blf-iabothajD & CoiufiBA}'. ;