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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CROWD-DRAWING BARGAINS! Our small prices convinde others and they'll convince you. We buy largely, inaport direct, and save you money. Ladies' Blouses, 95c. Nest Stylet in Liutro, Cashmere and Wrapperette goods, ligbt and dark ihadiMi, all this season's styles, worth np to Special, 95c. Childreh's White Cotton Dresses, 25c. About twenty of these to be cleared ont at once. They won't Ust long at the price. Worth from 76c to 1.25, Special 25c. LsKlies' Tailored Suits, $5.00 A chance of a lifetime to secare a Ladies' Tnilored Suit at iers 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 not fail to see this lot of Tweed and Plain Cloth Shirts, which we have placed on bur bar^in table to clear quickly. Eer y one a neat stylish skirt. Worth np to 6.00, Special, $3.75 White Cotton Embroidery, 7c. yard. 350 yards fine quality Embroidei^ in a large variety of patterns, two to six inches wide, easily worth 12^ to 15c, Special 7c. yd. Women's Slippers, A Big Bargain, $1.50 pair A line of Women's one-strap Slippers, fine Doneola leather, nice easy slippers, the kind we have always sold at 1.75 per pair, all sizes. Special $1.50 White Wool Blankets, A Big Saving, $4.25 Fine all-wool blankets, soft finish, fall sizes, weight 8 lbs., r^^lar price'5.00, Special $4.25 Ends of Linoleum and Carpet, Half-price. While they last all ends of Linoleums and Carpets at i price 600 doz. Buttons, 5c. doz. All kinds of Dress Buttons, in a large variety of colors and shapes, 10c and 15c quality. Special 5c. 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 wo have marked down to 12.50. Our regular priceB are 1.5.00, ir�.-By respectable young man, board nod room in private house. Apply at Herald Offloo. Married, at tbe Methodist parson age. by Rev. J. I*^- Hughson, John 'rrni of Great Falls, to Kcllie Burke of Couttf. Tha Young Men's Choir practice for tbe Sunday evening aerrioe will be bald iti Wesley Church at 8 o'clock Pimitc for Our Merchftnts.  residential lots, Uvoly. debate will take place in  , . �  � j the Votmg Men's Club on Tuesday :close in, which*   ; are c beautifully  located. J Water uid sewer on the street. Price $360 f.R DEALER IN Alberta Liattda and Ijethbridg�> , Prppertiea. Room 1, Southard Blocii Phone 122. X�TIIJlIUDaB, ALTA. FOR SALE. ;riv�aci� improved a greater evil, than good." An opportunity will be given for short speeches from the audience. 'As w^ill be seen from the "notice in lianoiUter cclumn the service at Wea-jJ^y; church on Sunday evening will jba ortiMtifi)! iaterest. Tb� Young Mra's Club are havlagtlMir umuai Sunda>' for young inen. A choir of ! thirty young men will lead the singing. The pastor will speak on "The All-Uound Man" The Clks at their meeting on Tuesday night initiated several candid  sites and elected their officers for 1807. �xalt�d Ruler, W. C. -Ives, Pastartmcnts. Th3 Maclcod stores are not yet completed, but will present a very imposing appearance when finished. ry one o(.tho best stocks of goods in Alberta under the eiie(-getic nmvff^ tiicnt of ;Murris Barford, �vho is managing- director and secretary-treasurer of the company. The business has"^ grown to such ah extent that the company intend extending their premiises in the near future. The mur!�!d success of the big mercantile establishments of Lethbridge is owing chidfly to the stump of men u-fao control those ontorpriscs. No shrewder or more vide-awake business mi2n aro to found on the top of earth than in the city of Lethbridge, and witli such men at the head of its large corporations, the city is bound to expand and grow. In a few j-oars everyone v'ill know that Calgary, fklinonton and Lethbridge an3 the three big cities of Alberta. will;. Treasurer, CO. K. Nourso: Eoquire, J. Ourkin; Watchman, E.J. Praaer. PRECIPITATION JN 1906, C. B. Bowman has prepared the misteorloffical 6>tatistics for 1900 as follows; Max- Min- Preolp- imum imum Itatlbn January ... . ......33.4 0.9 0,82 Fjtybruary ... .... '40.7 13.3 0.20 March ... . ..... 40.S 13.8 054 April...... .. .... fl6 5 35.S 1.30 May ........... ... 89.7 88.7 8.60 June ... ..... ..... 72.3 46.6 3.81 tiuly ��    ..... S4.8 S8.a 0.88 Auguvt .... 79.0 40,7 4.70 September ... Ootoher .., .. ... 71.7 43:7 0.16 .... 68.2 86.7 1.98 Novem'lier ... ... 4i.a lo.a 0.81 Deceqtter ... ...81.8 5.6 0.88 1 Thp AibertA hotel. High River has bwo Mid to r. a. Wewthmil, of Oookavillo, ladiana. for 938,000. Lethbridge is rapidly conning to the front a* a wholesale ceutre. The North-We�t Jobt>ing and Coinunission Co., Ltd., wholesale grocers, provisions ar.d produce, implements, and vehicles, etc., have showa their good judgment and firm belief in thegreat future of southern Alberta, by erecting in the city ona of the moat' up-to-data and comotonious wholesale warehouses, in the DomJnion ofrCan-Oda. Nearly 300.000 feet' of 2x8 Or placed edgeways have been used in their, spacious floors, on very heavy timbers, making It possible to imtvp. the heavily loaded trucks, from the powerful elevator on each floor to any part of the building without the slightei^ vibration. =;The. diiTcWmt stairways are all bricked in and pio-tected. by metal doors, making t hcl entire premises as nearly/ flraproof as posoiblc. ' To show how perl^sotly these ormr^geinetits have been var  ried out, the limi enjoys the distinct ion of being insured at a lower nito than any other business Arm in Alberta. Every known mioderr.) convcm-ience has tjeen installed, both in thoir olflcoB ami wareroomsi Frank C.'ol)>-man, tha manager of the company, and hia partners prepared all the plans ^for the immense building, and they have certainly tnfido a great success and desecve much crsdit tor their ingenuity and skill in planning .sucb%, perfect business promises. Tho (Arm controls an inunense trade in the Lethbridge district. PhaAge in Spur Track. At. the Council meeting on Monday night. Aid. Cunningham, brought up the question of the spur track. Mayor Galbmlth suggested that it would be a good idea to change the route. He would run it betwieen the Brewery and the Iron Works, across Ford Street and up tho Coulee to Smith at., with branches north and soutri. This would gi^'e vl^olesalc B'.'psH along the south side of Ford at.' from Smith the brewery and would also avoid cros.sii�g Baroness road. Newt from TaUr. DEATH OF A. BRUCHET. fTha Bentkiy Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, do A iaiigii Jofcbiag huiiooaa and car- ' The death took place on Monday of Antoino Bruch.>r, an old and much respected resident. He came here from Nova Scotia and was employ^ in the mines for niony yoars. Hie has been living retired laUsly. Ho loaves a widow, two sons and throe daughters. Antoinc in the dray and grain business; George A., a C.P.R. brake-man; Mrs. D. Pelleter, wife of the caretaker of til's courthouse;. Mary, widow of tha late Alfred tHcrbirjeaux; and Lj'dia who lives at homo. Tljie funeral took place to St. Augiistin'^ church yesterday morning and was, well attended. The service was conducted by Rev. Father McQuaid, of Maclecd aiid the pail, bearers were Major Burnett, W. C'.Siniraons, M.P.P., O. Delay. J. pv Higinbotham, � (3. Itegin and IL Mlron. ' ' ' if � --^.--- HEAL ESTATE MEN WON. J. R. Davis of Tabor is in Lethbridge. , . J. Oobbs of the Union Hotel received a little son!on,Tuesday morning. Both the mother and the child are doing well. J. Dobbs has been the recipient of many congratulat -ions at the birth of an heir. Edward T. Wcstlake visited Lethbridge on. business on Wednesday last. A. B. Honglin was a passenger to Lethbridge, on Tuesday night's train. A meeting of tho Board of Trade will be held on Tuesday evening next when several imi>ortttnt subjects will bo brought up for discussion. The incorporation scheme is slowly progressing, and we anticipate thot there vill be little or no opposition to it. W. A. Aubin loft on Sunday last for Calgary. Ho stopped off for a few hours at Lethbridge on his way up. M. M. Stewart of the Reliance Cool Co. isin Calgary at present. Thomas IV>well has completed bis new house on Second S'trcet, south, and has moved into same. Andrew Hoggan expects shortly to finish his new store, when ho will open ' a flrst class cafe and reataurr ant. E. McKinney leaves on tonight> traid for Vancouver. Several brick and cementi blocks arc conteniplated being put up in the early spring. May they Iw raalities- Real estate is boonting more than ever. Town lots are changing hat>ds daily at very largo figures. Boost the incorporation scheme along, wc want. H, everybody wants It, anit see what it will ,do. A�r the town. - . -k'W'- , FIOL'RES AT MAPLE CREEK. imUlMlMMll Without exception the Empress is the best Shoe in Lethbridge for Women. WOMEN DELI6NT To-srsrwiAH IT IS OUR iPCCIALTY WOMKN FRED GOW & CO A. Maple Crit!ck,Jan> 8'-Following is thio reporit of ;tbo live stock exports and imports for 1906. Imports: cattle, 2,600; iheoP. 20,000; horses, 3.-000. Exports: cattle, 14,115; oor - A ploo.santor thing than going on [a vacation is getting back from it. Loafing is all right fcr a time, but the stciner delights of tho struggle for btisinoss surpass the joys of Idleness, with tha hAalthy-minded man. The memories of the summer outing chnnr usHhe winter through, .but the real joy i� in the work, net in the play. ost educated, but to the most lovol-headetl men, to the ses, 1.164: shoep. 19,680. Tbene has been a laiigo increase of.'n�en of soundest judgment. RoHobll- An mlernstins and spectacular game cf curling, for an oyster sup  per, was. playtHi at midnight on Wed-nosday, when the real estate men triiutnGd a picked rink and thus won tbiir "wee smol' " hcur meal. Tho rinks were composed an follows: , imiKiKs an�f closwl with application. By Order, C. B BOWMA.4 Renew your Subscripti< to the Lethbridge 3393 ;