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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta 4. GJcaring Sale of all Wintet Goods Wodon't want to carry over a dollar's worth of winter ptook if we can Mt; it. and if cat price*^ coDQt for anything there'll be no trouble in clearing the whole: lot out ibefdre F�|bii9ta^ tst. Wei are stocktaking, and naturally come across shbrt ends which'we are throwing on tlie barirain covn Jerfor quick sale. A BARQAIN IN LADIES' COATS-3 oulv Oovert Oloth Coats, new goodsaud Btylish,worth 13 60, sale price..........................9 W 4 only Tweed Coats, latest cut and well made^a �well garment for the price, regular 9 00. for R SO LADIES' PERSIAN LAMB CAPS- Piri.^ gnality, even curl, worth in the regular way two .aollars more than our price...........:...(> (X) MEN'S OVERCOATS- 12 00 crats fjr 9 00 10 6;) coBts for 7 75 6'50 boys', coats for 4 60, 5 00 bbys' coati iotf........-U-�   -3 75 Men's Duck Vests, tweed lined, for.:......1 65 Men-yHeavyS^y worth35c, f^^^^^^ ..2aa-\ Boys'Grfey Lamb'Caps, good^q^^^ ^ reguhir 3 50, sale price............W...275 White Bear Skin Cloth for Childreu's CcMits, a good quality, nothing nicer for coats for the little folk. Regular price 2 25, sale price, per yawiv:.. .ii.......:. vV,; i .. .............1 65i' We are still selling the AMES HOLDEN SHOES at old prices for the balance of this month. Fresh Gr6ceriie� FRESH GROCERIES-Just arrived, No. 1 Quality Canned Vegetables and Friiit. Extra Qoality Evaporated Peoches, Pears, Apricots and Prunes. Pine Old Ontario Cheese and "Griffin Brand" Bacon. Our groceries are always fresh and reliable. Einiilnon . Will baild up your system and ouable yon to throw off colds atid lung trouble. $1.00 per bottle. J. J. JOHNSTON ; Druggist and Stationer. F^esh ArriviBds for Cold Weather A LOCAL BUDGET. city S. itra. A, d.' Jfedhain is vory ill. ^^iw.ChM Tadley ,w�s in the dii January, 0, to the wife of E. Jones,'a son." Mrs. K. TilUn is ill at the homeof Mrs.-W. H. llobson. Robt. Vlven, jr., returned to (-inn-brook Monday night. Mrs. W. C Ives will not.rooeivo during January or Fcbrunrj'. Mrs. C. F. y. ConylJcare with her children Jeft for Toronto this week. Miss A. M. Newton retui-n�l ifon-day from a visit to her hoinc, IViii-brooke, Ont. Chas. Saunders on old Wimr . and well known railcKor (:( Maple Ciwek S�8k., ih dead. Harry Miebach has put a bu.s on the route between the Windsor Hotel aiid the depot. K. B. Moles a prominaiit rancher of Swoet Ords3 hills, spent a few days in the city this week. Mr. and Mis. H. Hull o( foulLs. left,for homo Tuesday morning after a weeks visit with filond.s in the qiiy. iiss Jean McArthur of rrinoo Al -liort, Sosk., has taken a position with the Bank of Commerce hoi-e as stenographer. Geuuihe, Old-Fashioned Engiish HdrehQund Candy in spiral sticks. EttieUent for coughs and colds. Also Licorice in large and suiall sticks. J. D. fligiiibmliam 4 jC^^^ Ff^mily and Dispensing Chemists H. T. Cherry made a Vusinsits trip to, Winnipeg .lu>t A-eek. D. A. Smith succeeds J. W. Bew - as bboik-keepcr at the Gait mine.. jMrs. A. E. 2{um)>hrics went into tlie Gait Hosprtial tc undei^ 4n operation this -Aveek. I At Lelhbrid^i on the 28th Decern^ ber, the wife cf E. -X. Wilson, Eoq., Li\ingstone, Alta., of a son. Geo. Rogers went to WinnifJCg on Monday, lie expects to; make a trip to the Southern StUtes very soon. The I'rovinciai jiuhiter Co., of: which A. Konncy is manager, intend putting in a brick plant" next spring. Ira Uuins of Ulack Spring Valley was in town the first of the week. He Imports n very heavy fajl of snow in that locality. Freeman Anderson of Uocky Couloe spent Sulldn.^ in the cityV Itumor has lit that Freeman'.'! days of slnglo bliss aro.near a finish. Hon. Sunntor IWolx'r, after mak-in-j; a vi.sit to Edmonton, cann?. to the city .vestcrday. He e.xpootK to return to Ottawa to-night. CKas. licgin will fit up his block again. WW. Handford. H. MacDeth and the Klecfric Light Co. wtil have thsir quarters there again. The aniiual meeting of the I^th-britlgc Libera:! Association will be held I in Oliver's Hall on. Monday, the I4th of January at'8 p.ni. Mr. and Mrs. Siteli, of Lcthbridge, arc visiting in Cbwloy, tHfegucwt* of! their bi^ther-in-lawy 31r. A. H. Knight.-Tincher Crook Echo. H. J. Cunningham of Hanrahan &i Cunningham, cigar manufacturers, was marricianvond Coal Company of LiJlhbrldgie is asking for permission to jjtiild a malway to the ihaiii lino of the Crbw'.s Neist branch of the C. P.R. A. J. Alcock disposed of some of his shares in tlie Diamond indna this wosk. lie got a fancy figure for them amounting in air to nearly 83,ooo: A. Oa'am, a Hollander is in the Hospital hare and may have to have his feot amputated. Ho^^got them fiozefti through losing Ws way ont*o praiHc. - Mr. \ym. Moore, president of Gladstone; L'nion, Fei-hio, h.18 received tho nnininalion of the Socialist party for inehibcr of the. Provihciul fjogislat-ui-ie for Feinie. WAS'miSi^ncral wrvnn^ ^pply Mrs. Giio. Itogcra. The McEachrcn rcsMonco at Pln-cher Crwk was dctitrryod by fliv. Mrs. C. M. Amutd leaves next week to joia her faUirtiiuMi at ^aver,. Col. UyrM andli^^ii^mi^mw of P. V'ibert, retunt'vto school at Victoria B.C., on S�turday. ^ WANTED-O'irl, who is willing to work for her board and room. One going:^ to school preferred. Apply^ \>cx 114. ,,.�'.��7 . It is reported tfaatC'., P. t.'. Fow� ter of Ore�t:^li^. wiUvsucosed E^; Cunningham m A. R. 4k t. ffsnerol storekeeper. Mii. i; TS; Farrell of '- tis. sister of H. Miebooh is .;oaVAl''ii-oftt after six weeks conSiiQnMit.ii^th scia;. tica. She> has; beenat lift Wrnti^cr: hatcl during this period. The; Prft}-erv nieetlags the^ Ujip-tii�t Tabernacle- have Ijsen contlnncd tb's week. Tha attondancv! at these meetings has iioen: gPOdj aad t he - interest continues to incressc. > Mi^,;Fi'anfc Ifc^Psimotary, ii ^oUri pianist and teacher front' Ntv.v \B|HMrtm>!i:t nf -.tic Lot hbridge Conservatory,:. Music. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Dmnnion. ! ro-Ihbi-ond sister.respectively >t Ijc-Hoy i)e)�roon and wife of Coutt.n. have taken the cottage of C. W. Lowthcr on Ford >St. for the winter. Lieutenant Qovcntor Bulyca, Thos. Underwood, and .othfKoiRcials paid a vi�it to the Diamond mine jx>stordlay. Ihoy expressed theaiselvps well satisfied with the devdopnient operations. Prof". Harpar has fornud a ttcw professional orchestra qf t*in (ler-foriners, wlilc*' is now.o'p�n for, fir^ cla.ss engogeiiientb. ;f'or 4�rn�: address the Leihbi4dgc Conaerv.it-�,y of Music. . ' Pr. and Mrs. Hewatson left for the fiastt la.st Saturday. They will visiit Chicago. Ualliriioro. .Montreal and the doctor's.old hon^Q in Georgetown -Pinchor t;reck Echo. Llcuter.i/tion made necessary by the injury to oAe fcot which he suateuinad some time iigo.-Blainnorc Times. Win. Oliver has taken J. W. Baw-den into partnership wjih him in tlie lumber "business. Mr. Bawdcn. has t>een book-keeper at the Oalt mine for several years and a wry energetic and competent young man. On Sunday morning after tiw.service in, the Wesley Church, a good number of the members organised a Vegnlar old-;faahioncd Methodist'rli ss which will meet at ten o'clock Sunday mornings. W. Jordan �as no-poiirted leader. Mr. Justice Harvey returned Inst week from Caiiforoia, where he had spent the Christinas -'holidays, and Ut('t for. IJldmoiiton, where he will remain during the absence of Mr. Justice i Scott, who has becn,i?iven leave of absence for two months. The St: 'Thomas Times tavys; It.is! reported that W. F. Hepburn, wha left la�t week tor Minneapolis to go into the service of an implcmettt At^ has really gofie to'fill fho poeltfon of inspetctor of ranches irt the Vorth-. w^sst of Canada for the Dominion Gnvcrnmeot. Calgary business men ara ont�ras St. He will stM't business on Monday next. Orders can Iw left at. 0. W. ^Oray's; � There are two certain ways to gain llBcqg$i^i'from Fame while you ore allyc. Tliei first way is to possess AhilHy, with;enough, wealth -to p�ir. ch^se nccognition. The second way is, to. possess wealth; plus cheek to approprlivtc other people':? ab'ility. In either case, the Fame is not- war-ran tod to tost aft/cr death. lirown pipes, D.D.U.M. insUvllcd the ^ofBcpi's of the Oddfollow's lodge lost week. The .ofllcers are C V. B^iaett. NO.. A. JJiveii, V. O.; B. V. Docley, U.S.; C. Lowther, fin. sec. Wni. Oliver, treas.; B. Pipes. R. �. V.G.; P. Ashcroft, L. S.N.G.; J. Davis, R.S.l.f.t;.; J. Brodle, L.S.V.G. Millis, J. G.; Geo. VanHom.  conductor; G. H. Johnston. Chaptein. Tivj members of the R.N.W M.P.. who; participated in the train roltbor reward.awarded rceentl.v. took a novel way of lowing their appreciation of tiio Eye-Opener's-elTorts on, their behalf. During Mr. Cdu-ard's absence in Winnipeg over Xmns and New �Year's day. they stcamboated a handsome roll-top oak writing desk into his rtoRw. witit their,best wishr I for a.prosperous new year. John R.' Oalvin, vice-president of District No. >8, U.M.W. of A: left this ti>eck for Indianapolis'to �ttend the International convention. Mr. QalVia, ,aays the aflUioition of the miineni of I(ava Scotia and tiw weet-erh Fcdoraftion of Miners with the big to reside. R. Sinchiir, rond-| lOMter, succeed)* Mr. Smith, and his j oppQiatment is considered by e\'ery- i one .as .a good oiu. As rood-iniwtet ' Mr. Sinclair has, made a nMst on -viable .record . rand his promotion, eoinfs as. a reward for the excellent v-pric that he IMS donhod Hon. G. W. Cress, Edmonton. attorneyTgcivM-al { of Albortd, to leam', whether Alberta I has a' female prison ahd if so, wheiv H is located. The point has' arisen in conncctidh with the detention in Jail here of Lulu Crosby, sentenced by the Magistrate for vagrancy. 'Major Belcher states that: the Ixir-.racks' haw at present seventeen prisoners, vhilo' the ncccnnmodntion is nominally for six. The Kdmonton Ssiturday News sa3's; Owing to the tragic death of Mrs. Joseph Morris's brotilter in a VAilway accident on Thursday, Mrs, Morris's tea,-;which was io have tak-cn plftcio on Friday, �^as at once atehdoned. Word was only rocoiyed late or: Thursday evening and as I write no particulars have. n-s yet arrived cf the terrible fatality, but [-tho very deepest 8ynipetter begin the Mew Tew with it. Whether it ifl fornirior,di ing toom, libmrjr, nttiag i kitchen or bed room, we it iraitifia�r'iiBt�t any price. Bat no matter email the price onr goods not the flimsy, Call-apart they are honeitly oude solidly pat together. Come in and look thiontnL our Fumitoie stock. It ooifii yon through. >^ BRODIE & STAFFORD *t will bo to yoH if yoii look at sjtiiiM: of our model bathrboma h9y�, put in. tuba, waahstanda. M|j)w-ershiad olh^ flxiures and fMNUn for cleanUne.ss aaid comfort. Wiad|kka luxury of bathJag g nuMeJjity? an everyday delight at IfUi^ Ask us 'how little:. .."..^�S'^-ii the and irost. C. W. GRA' V 1 rfT REAL ESTATE FJrp, Life and Accident Insurance We htriB two cprner lot* tor'..............>...|^jf)9i 6 Ibt^ Sound street,..........-------^. ... .V/^V; flidp Op| 4 lots. London street............................. 850 00^ i lots and 2-roomed h^userBedpath street;.:; h. |^ 00 4 k)ts, Smith straet.............. .......8QpO 00, Alaoa.S-rcMined house and b^, one acre lot. ...... W) OOg A 4-roomed house, one acre lot -.............. .> r680 pO Here Vou Ate! Fur Muffs, Collarettes^ Boas, etc. Fancy Collars, Kimpnas^ Pressing ^wns, Piano Drcipes^ G. H. lohnstom 2. That the. Secretary be requested and ^required to communicate with other local improvoimmt councils in tho Macleod district and ro^uestthem to join this Council Mn Wwarding similar pei|tion.4 to tho Department of Public Works at Edmonton. ' SWKET HEVENOE TAKEN. and .Mrs. Sidney ilacluon were the � Victims. WAST niBLIC WKLLSr Tha following resolutions were unanimously carried by Local luv-provvmcnt Council No. 6,.S. �%, - at Rocky Coulee, on Saturday, Dec. 22, -i. That Council 0, 8. 4, do kt -spectfully petition the Hon. Mr. CosMng. Minister of Public Works, tC' grant to locial improvcm'>nt cotm-cils the right to locate public wcils at 'Pbials wlierc they arc most need-ad it SIiUlVlCE AT TADER. . For Expert Kano hstrDcti^^^^^^^ hyan nrtist from New York^Cily orJheservicM'Of ; Harper's Professional - Orchestra of,Teh Players, go lo The Lcthkrldfc CoBMfvatory of M��k. J.(iEO. HARPER, . Director $10,00 Mtwri ; Ono .dark, bay ReldinK. rising five yean oW, white star on:?:faee, branded oh left hip ou Also hqrses branded 7 left hip. 16.00 p^r head. Address, John OAvi, v Iri^;P.O Renge, Chin Cou^e}aoa>ic{nity.7 111 Talxjr, January I'l, Mass will be held at 10.80 a.m. at Cousin's Hali. Rev, Katiicr A. Turfvioux, pastor. Piles got quick relief from Dr. Shoop's .Magic'Oihioient. Iteawmbar its made aloae for IMIea^ aad�;ii works with ic�rt�iaty^ �mt: aathiAuat tioB. Itching, v palaful; protniiHac. or blind plU-s: diaappsar lllKk�:maigic:: by its.use. Try It und'see! ;