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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta MIMtllllltlllllttlttllMlllltmtlWi^��IMtlMI�iirtMllilllM| Clearing Sale of all Winter Goods Wo don't waul to curry over a dollar's worth of winter stock if we can help it, At id if cut prices-count for anvthing there'll lie no trouble in clearing the whole lot out btjfore February1st. are stocktaking, and naturally come ncroBs short ends which"" we ore throwiug on (Ike bnrgain coun-Jer for quick sale. A BARGAIN IN LADIES' COATS-3 only Covert Cloth Coats, now Koodsnud stylish.worth 13 50, sale prico..........................9 00 4 only Tweed Coats, latest cut mid well made, a well garment for the price, reculnr 9 00. for R W) LADIES' PERSIAN LAMB CAPS- Fine Suality, even curl, worth in the regular way two ollara more than our price...............(i 00 MKN'S OVERCOATS-; 12 00 coats fjr 9 00 10 D'J coats for 7 15 6 50 boys' coats for 4 50 5 00 boys' coats for.................... ..3 75 Men's Duck Vests, tweed lined, for........I 05 Men's Heavy Sox, worth 85c, for..........25c Hoys' Grey Lamb Caps, good-quality, worth regular 5J 50, sale prict...........2 75 White Bear Skin Cloth for Children's Coats, a good quality, nothing nicer for coats for the little folk. Regular price 2 25, sale price, per yard....,.......................?..............1 05 We aire still soiling the AMES IIOLDEN 8HOESntold prices for the balance of this month. Fresh Groceries FRESH GROCERlES-lust arrived. No. 1 quality Canned Vegetables and Fruit, tixtra Quality Evaporated Peaches, Pears. Apricots and PruueS' Fine Old Ontario Cheese and "Griffin Brand'- Bacon. Our groceries are always fresh and reliable. Ferrol Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil . Will build up your system and enable you to throw off colds and lung trouble. $1.00 per bottle. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. A LOCAL BUDGET. Mm. A. G. Xctlltntn is wry ,|| tov. Chns PaUlo in the' to wii'o ,,f s luttlK'Of i iRstorday. On .January J) E. Jones,' a son Mrs. It. Tlir.n Ih ill at tli, Mr*. W. II. Rohson. Root. N'lvon. jr. returned ter hoin... |mii-hrookc, Ont. Chad. Saunders mi ohl tim.-r and well known rancher >w days in tho ctty thin week Mr. hikI Mrt. II. Ha" of i ..im*. loft for homo Tuesday mornn^ u(t'-r ft weeks visit with friends in tli.-rrfi.v Miss .Icon McArtlmr of i�nin- .\l -bert, Sunk., hus luken a position with the Rauk of Comnwnv h-r. stenographer. Fresh Arrivals for Cold Weather ftenuine, Old-Fush iom^d English Horehound Candy in spiral sticks. : Excellent for coughs aud cold*. Also Licorice in large aud small sticks. J. t>. Higinbotham 6 Co. I-Voiily and Dispensing Chemists II. T. Cherry madJ a ttisliUMM trip to Winnipeg |,m vc�k. V, A. Smith stica-cda W. Raw -.l.n as lumk-k.vprr �l tno Gait mine. Mrs. A. Humphries went Into tho Unit llogpHttl U undergo an o|>-crittion thin -week. At Lethbridge. on' ll'e a8tn December, tha wlfo rf 15. V. Wilson. Eoq.. Livingstone, Alia., Hon. S-.n,i�,r IvVi'lwr, after muk-u vlKit |(, Kdjiionton. cnino to the city ywitordity "� ^Poc-tK to return to (Mtuwu to'i'ls1'1 t'hns. IV-ffm �ill 111 nis ,,loi:k (ngain. SV. w. iimulfartl. II. llaclk-tli ,)S and tho KUctric I.lB1"- to will have jth->ir qnnrtors the'" n*fftiu- 'wANT'^tV-^ncrdl twrvun't. Apply Mrs. Goo. Wogcr�. Tho Mullkichrcn residence at Tin-chur Creek was dontrcyod by Ore. Mrs. C. M. Arnold to�V�i next week to Join hcv hu^J�nd at Denver,, Co). Cyril and Eric VHwrt, son* of 1'. Vlbort, return to KChooi at Victoria U.C., on S�turd*y. WANTED-Cllrl, who la willing to work for her board and room. One going, to school protorrvd. Apply, bcx IH. It is reported that C. P, -L.' fowler ot Great ViMa, wilt:succeed E.A, Cunnlnehaai as A. It. h 1. general storekeeper. Mrs. T. IS. Partvll of 'Jo' Us. sis-tur of 11. Mlabaoh is convalnt after six weeks confltMawnt with sciatica. She haii been at ^ndre�l continues to Increaw?. Mr. Frank II, Palinotory, pianist and teacher front N'.t.v \..rt; city, has been engaged as 11 incipai of tlto l'lanoforto Dot>artnv>i;t of -be Lolhbridgte Conservatory, Music. Mr. and Mrs. Orson Dmmtion. 1 ro-Ih&f and sister.respectively n l.o-Uoy Dcnmion and wife ot OoutU, have taken the cottage of W. Lowlher on Ford Ht. for. the winter. Lieutenant Governor Dulyea, Thos. Underwood and other ofllcials pnMn visit to Iho Diamond mine yesterday. They expressed themselves well Hot -Isficd with the development opernt -ions. Prof. Ilarpjr has formed .� new professional orchestra of U�n t^er-formers, which Is now open for, :ir ((f Music. Sti|>cr.'n(ondcnt Doane It.X.W.M.I'., who Is spending a few days with his son-in-law Superintendent Primrose, K.N.W.M.P.. at Maclood, is confined to his room with a severe cold. Calgary Herald. .Tan. 4. Dr. V. W. Johnston, D.V.S.. has received tho appointment from the United States Government, as general stock inspector over all qua nan-tine and dipping plants In the territory west of St. Vincent. Minn. Next Sunday the usual services will )>c> held in the Iktptist Tabernacle at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Morning subject, "Thj Power of Prayer." Ev�> in? subjict, 'A Lost Sheep." Strangers and visitors heartily invited. .1. 11. IVllkie, secretary of the Al-i-eruc'oal Compsny. left during the week for Lcthbrldge to undergo an opoiution made necessary by the Injury to one fcot which he sustained somn time ngo.-Dlnirmoro Times. Wm. Oliver has taken J. W. Daw-den into partnership with him in the lumber husincss. Mr. naw�ler at tho Gait mine for several years and in � very en-orgetlc and competent young man. On Sunday morning after tho ser  vice in the Wesley Church, a good number of the nwmlK>rs organised a regular old-fashioned Methodist cl; ss which will meet at ten o'clock Sunday mornings. W. Jordan was jio -pointed leader. Mr. Justice flurvey returned last week from California, where ho had sjMnt the Christmas holidays, and left for Mdmoiiton. where he will remain during the absence of Mr. Jus-Itice'Scott, who ha� beentriven leave of absence for two months. Lieut. n.ini �o.vrnor Hulyen inform | 8t Thomas Times k,i>k: It is wl th; llt.rald .vesterday that the reported that W. F. Hepburn, wh* train from Calgar>- lo Maeleod on |Mt last week for Minneapolis to go Tuesday was delayed at Xanton for | mto Ute service of an implement flrpt some -time, owing to the enfflne lutv-|hns really gono to fill th.. position ing to go bnck to High Hlwr and |of Inspector of ranches in the North-pick up the conductor who hail miss- i wofrt of Canada for ttn> Dominion The annual meeting of the lcthbrldge LH>cral Association will he held |in Oliver's Hull on Monday, the Hlh of January at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Sivoll, of I^clhbridge, nrc visiting in Cowley, the guests of their brother-in-law, Mr. A. II. Knight.-Pincher Creek ICeho. 11. .1. Cunningham of Hnnranan & Cunninghnm, cigar innnufactuners, was married ut Coal Creek. last week lo Miss Hannah Htewnrt. Prof. McKwcn, the hypnotist, whe reok'ntly appeared here, lost nearly all his effects in n fire that ermlssiou to build a railway to the main lln.-of the Crow's Nest branch of the C. P.H. A. J. Alcock disposed of some of his shams In tbj Diamond tnino this week. He got a fancy figure for them amounting in all to mwrty 85.000. A. Ca'am, a Hollnnder is in the Hospital here and may have to have his fed niuputilled. He got them frozen, through losing his way onthii prairie. Mr. Win. Moore, president of Gladstone I'nion, Keinle. has rocoived tho nomination of the Socialist party for ineiwlwr of the Provincial liegislnt-uit! for Ketn'e. Dr. and Mrs. llcuotson left for the east Inst Miittirdoy. Thoy will visit Chicago, llnltlnioiv, Montreal and tho doctor's old homo in Georgetown -Pincher 1'iwk Kcho. etl the train tlwre SWIFT'S Hams, bacon and Lard Fresh Shiprrient received to-day. Car of Baker Barb Wire Now on track. Get our price before buying. Car of Raymond Flour just placed in stock. - Our price is right. Raymond Sugar. - None better. Telephone 33, Prompt Delivery. The Bentley Co., Ltd. Wholesale and Retail. 'Government. Calgary business men are enter -prlsiog and wldo awake for opportunities both at homo and outside. ! An iiisiunco of this is tho purchase �by fcneas McCnrmick and V. H. Diner of tho lcthbrldge Saddlery Cotn-Jpany's business. Mr. McCormick re-|turnxl from the southern city this iweok after completing the. d�tl-Calgary Herald. Passengers cn tho southbound train from Calgury to Maclood In the j morning, and the. aftornoon train from Maclood to Calgary, will in future be allowed a stop of twenty minutes at Xanton for meals. This j will bo a great convenience to pas-wmgers botwecn Calgary and Loth-bridge, ns the ride as it has been, j without a meal, was rather a t�l  ; tons one. Last Thursday's Calgury Albortan contaliud the following item. A very prutty though quiet weddmg took piaco at the Central Methodist Church on Tuesday afternoon by the IVov. G. \V. Kerby. between George Ilolton of Calgary aud Miss Ora {.Muiivos, Lothbridgo. The wedding j impost took place at tha resider.ee of | Mr. F. W. Scott. C.P.H. Koadmaster iMnd.ouly nlutives of the parjieswore I Invited. i Mij. Geo. Ilogoib is ever u cbarnv- Iws hostess, but last night all tho i previous functions given by this pop-i ular la!itlcal purposes. The Great Falls Tribune says: A. F. Neibjoo, surface foreman at the Ikston U Montana smelter, has tendered his resignation, and will leave in a few days 'or Canada, where he will res.ue on his ranch, which ho recently aco/iircd. Mr. Xlelson was yesterday pleasantly surprised by tho presentation to him, by the men w-ho had been under him, of a handsome gold watch and a $20 gold piece, as a token of thoir esteem and good will. Sidney Jackson and bride arrived in tha oily on Saturday nnd are at present quartered at the Coaldale. They expect to occupy in the course of a fow weeks, the residence now occupied by W. to reside. U. Sinclair, rond-moster. succeeds Mr. Smith, and his appointment is considered by everyone as a good one. Ak road-master Mr. Sinclair has made a most enviable record and his promotion comes as a reward for the excellent vork that ho has done. Mr. New -land succeeds Mr. Sinclair as road-master. Major HeUher of the R.N.WMP.. and Magistrate Humphries of this city have tolegrapbed Hon. C. W. Cuss, Edmonton, attorney-general of Alberta, to learn whether Arberta haw a female prison and If so. wbeiv H is located. The point has arisen in connection with the detention in Jail here of Lulu Crosby, senteuced by tho Magistrate for vagrancy. Major Ueleher states that the �>ar-racks hav It is Certainly YOU HAD SOME And you hod better begin the New Yeer with it. Whether it it for parlor, din> ing room, tibimry, titting rooel kitchen or bed room, we hew it in (ill gndel nnd it tlmoit any price. But no matter hof# email the price our goode are not the flimey, fall-apart norfe they are honestly made ana solidly put together. * Come in end look through our Furnitoro stock. It costs nothing to look, end oursale^ men"m he?-$mm�5& yon through. f BRODIE & A New Year Rcvelaticn it will be to you if you look at soma ot our modol bathrooms where we haye put In tubs, wash stands, sfowr ers and "other fixtures and feclimrs for cleanliness and com/ort. Wen^ka the luxury of bathing a noesnnlty and an everyday delight at little eost. Ask us how little. � ** C. W.GRA I E IB. IllcOuccn i Co REAL ESTATE Fire, Life and Accident Insurance We have two corner lots for*....................I&&0 00 ft lots, Round street................. ............ 900 00 4 lots, London street............................. 860 00 2 lots and 2-roomed house, Redpath street..........760 00 4 lots, Smith street..............................6000 00 Also a 5-roomed house and barn, one acre lot....... 760 00. | A 4-roomcd house, one acre lot.................... 650 00 Here You Are j Fur Muffs, Collarettes, Boas, etc. Fancy Collars, Kimonas, Dressing Gowns, Piano Drapes. G. H. Johnston. 2. That lite Secretary be requested and .required to communicate with other local improvement councils in the Maeleod district and requostthent to join this council in forwarding similar petitions to the Dopartment oi Public Works at ISdroonton. SWEET REVEN'OE TAKEN'. Mr iiml Mrs. Sidney Jackson w the Victims. The >oung ladies and gentlemen who hnvo tho good fortune to beard at present seventeen prls- at Mrs. Wolsey's, gathered in full oners, vhile the accommodation is nominally for six. Tho Kdmonton Saturday News says: Owing to the tragic death of Mrs. Joseph Morris's brother in a railway accident on Thursday. Mrs. Morris's toa, which was to have taken place on Friday, was at once abandoned. Word was only reolyed late or. Thursday ovening nnd as I write no particulars have as yet arrived cf the terriblo fatality, but tho very-deepest sympathy of an unlimited number of friei.ds will go out to this nioro than popular woman In her great t#reaventent. WANT Pl'llLIC WELLS'. Thj following resolutions unanimously carried by I iw vengo uprn ono �f their uumber who had deserted the bunch, and- upon the. person w-ho caused tiie desertion. After the excellent dinner had been discussed, tE. A. Sharman in a witty speech, proposed tho toast of the evming. the health of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jackson, which was most heartily honored. "Sid" acknowledged tho toast and tho gift of the company in a neat little speech. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jackson were made tho recipients of an oak secretary ami n iiiohog-.my music cabinet which hut briefly expressed the/ esteem and popularity of Mr. Jackson among those who know him host, and tho hearty welcome extended to �ere|Mrs jaCkson on her arrival In their niids-t. SERVICE AT TA11 Ellin Tulxir, January L'l. Mass will be held at 10.80 am. at Cousin's Hall. Rev. Father A. Turblaux, pastor. For Expert Piano Instruction by an nrtist from Sew York Oily or the services of Harper's Professional Orchestra of Ten Players, ro lo The Lethbridge Conservatory of Music. J. CiEO. HAUPEK, - Director. STRAYED $10.00 Reward Ono.durk bay gelding, rimng five years old, white etar on faw, '"'�"* N ejsja oh left hip Piles got uuick relief from Dr. Shoop's Magic'Ointment. Remember Also horses branded 7 U �� left hip, $6.00 per bead. Addresg, Jobs Oavb, Lethbridge P.O. Range, Chin Coulieand vicinity. I its made alone for JHles- and it works with certainty, and satlsfac -tion. Itching, painful, protruding, or blind plU-s disappear lite magic t,y its.use. 'l"ry it and see! Boott the Poultry Fair to |t held next Feervary. ;