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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta CROWD-DRAWING BARGAINS! Our small prices convince others and they'll convince yon. We buy largely, import direct, and save you money. Ladies' Blouses, 95c. Nest Stylet in Lustre, Cashmere and Wrapperette goods, light and dark shades, all this season's styles, worth up to Special, 95c. ,13.00, Children's White Cotton Dresses, 25c. About twenty of these to be cleared out at once. They won't laat long at the price. Worth from 76c to 1.25, Special 25c. Ladies' Tailored Suits, $5.00 A chance of a lifetime to secure a Ladies' Tailored Suit at ten than half price. We have a limited number only and won't iaat 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 our bargain table to clear quickly. Eer y 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 patterns, two to six incites wide, easily worth 12|c to 15c, Special 7c. yd. Women's Slippers, A Big Bargain, $1.50 pair A line of Women's onc-strnp Slippers, fine Dongola leather, nice easy slippers, the kind we have always sola at 1.75 per pair, all sizes. Special $1.50 White Wool Blankets, A Big Saving, $4.25 Fine all-wool 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 nil ends of Linoleums and Carpets at} price 600 doz. Buttons, 5c. doz. All kinds of Dress Buttons, in a large variety of colors and shapes. 10c nud 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, uiado of fine imported Tweeds and Serges, which we lirtvp. marked down to 12.50. Our regular prices are 15.00, lli.OO. to 17.50, Special 12.50 Men's Cambric Shirts, 75c. fiO Men's good quality Cambric Shirts, all nice neat pat* terns and good fitters, all sizes, worth up to 1.25, Special 75c. Men's Fur Caps, 20 per cent. off. Just tho season of the year when they are most needed. A good 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 0.00. Special 7.00 Boys' Reefers, $3.25 Good quality Frieze Reefers, heavy lining, storm collar, rognlar 4.00. Special 3.25 TOWN LOTS  I have 11 fine   residential lots,: t close in, which   are * beautifully   located. Water and sewer on tho street. Price $360 EACH 1.1 DOBBIN SEALER IN A LOCAL BUDGET. Calgury is to have a new afternoon paper. O. D. Austin preached ait Coaldale on Sunday afternoon Miss Dora Roger* returns to school in Toronto this week. Call at the Singer Sewing .Machine Office next the lire hull and yet a Singer Almanfc for 1907. WANTED-By remtectable young man. board aod room in private hoUM>. Apply At Herald Office. Married, at -the Methodist parson-age, by Rev. J- E. Hughson, John bill of Ureat Falls, to Nellt�> Burke of Coutta. Tho Young Mcn'H Choir practice for the Sunday evening service wilt l>c held in Wesley Church at 8 o'clock Ibis evening. j A lively debate wilt take plaw in the Young Men's Club on Tuesday oven ng. Subject. 'Resolved that Trade Unionism as no have it to-Working men are especially invited, day. Is a greater evil than good." An opportunity will be given for abort speeches from the audience. As vil) be wen from the notice in ; another eclumn tiro service at Wesley church on Sunday evening will be ot special interest. Tha Young Man's Club are having their annual Sunday for young men. A choir of thirty young men will lead the singing. The pastor will speak on "The All-Round Man" Tho Elks at their meeting on Tuesday night initiated Heveral candid -'ates and elected their officers for 1007. Exalted Ruler, W. C. -Ives. Past Exalted Ruler, W. C. Simmons; Esteemed Lecturing Knight, L. Pabst; Esteemed Loyal Knight, S.A. B. Crabljo; Esteemed Leading Knight F. C. Cooke; Secretary. W. W. Irwin;, Treasurer, C. O. K. Nouree; Esquire, J. Durkin; Watchman, E.J. Frasur. Alberta Lands and Lethbridge  Properties. Room 1, Southard Block  ALTA.  Phone 122 LBTIIURIDOE, FOR SALE. Five acres improved irrigable land, with bouse, stable and storehouse, a good.atari in small frurta, one mile* and a ball tram post office, south of tho fair grounds. Apply on the pratniaea. O. A. JOHNSON, ' , Lrthbridge. PRECIPITATION IN 1900. C. B. Bowman has nwtoorlogical frtatlstles follows: prepared tho for 1000 as Max- Min- Freoip- imum imum ituition January ..... .... 33.4 9.9 0.22 February ... .... -ia.7 13.3 0.20 March ........ .... 40.3 12.8 0.54 April .......... .... 06.5 1.80 May ............ ... 50.7 88.7 8.00 June ......... .... 73.3 40.0 2.31 .... 84.8 53.2 0.83 August ....... ... 70.0 40.7 4.70 September ... ... 71.7 42.7 0.16 October .., ... .... 08.8 80.7 1.93 November ... ... 41.8 10.8 0.81 December ... .... 31.8 6.0 0.88 1 Praise for Our Merchants. Tha Trude Gazette mudo wiiiio references to Lethbridge merchant* in i the last issue, starling off with th* following allusion to the Hudson j Bay Co. This company is the oldest mercantile organization in the wcrisl, and hug always boon most successful in their husin.-ss transactions. On> of tha best signs of the great ud  vnncemcnt of tho New Went in the fact that tho Hudson's Bay Co. have during tho past year spent an enormous amount of money in building neu and cosily business premises at Calgary, Lethbridgo and Mnrlecd. The improvements to their Calgary stores are on a very large scale, and the new frontage cn Centre Htreot greatly adds to tho appearance of this thoroughfare. Their now prem -ises at Lethbridge are on a colossal scale and admirably adapted to tho immense trade ths company cn.oy*� at this point. Mr. fly lands, the energetic manager, is delighted with tho beautiful interior fittings and tho largo staff are working overtime tc place the immense stork In tho dif  ferent departmcnls. Thj Maclcod stores �r�j not yet completed, hut will present a very imposing uppear-unce when finished. Lethbridgo is rapidly coming to the front a* a wholesalo centre. The North-West Jobbing and Commission Co., Ltd., wholesalo grocers, provisions and produce, implements, anil vehicles, etc., have shuwo their good Judgment and Arm belief In thegreat future of southern Alberta, by erecting In th� city on? ot the most up-to-data and couunonious wholesale the Dominion of Canada. Nearly 200,0'iO feet of 2x8 fir placed edgeways hnvo been used in their spacious floors, on very heavy timbers, making it possible to ri�veing Insured at a lower rule than any other business firm in Alberta. Every known ntodorr. convenience htis boon installed, botli in their offices and warorooms. Frank Colp-man, tha manager of the company, and his partners prepared all the plans ,for the Immense building, and they have certainly made a great success and deserve much credit for their ingenuity and skill in planning ry one of .the beat sleeks of goods in J Alberta under the energetic manage- j ii> nt of Morris Barford, �vho is man-1 njriiKf director and secretary-treasurer of the company. The business hits grown to such un extent that the company intend extending their � premises in the near future. Tho j merited success 0f the tig mercantile establishments of lx.thbridge is owing chi?fly to the stump of men who control those enterprises. No shrew-tier or more vldo-awako business nv.ii are 'to found on the top of earth than in the city of Lethbridgo, and with such iik-ii nt the head of its large corporations, the city is bound to expand and grow. In a few years everyone will know that Calgary, Edmonton and lethbridge are the three big cities of Alberta. Newt from Taker. Tho Alberta hotel. High Hivor has been sold to V. S. Weatherall, of Cooksvillo, Indiana, for 828,000. I Arm controls an immense trade the Lethbridge district. in The Bentley Co., Ltd.. Lethbridgo, do a largo Jobbing business and car- Change in Spur Track. At the Council meeting on Monday night. Aid. Cunningham brought up tho question of the spur track. Mayor Galbnuith suggested that it would bo a good idea to change the route. He would run it between tho Brewvry und the Iron Works, across Ford .Street and up tho Coulee to Smith St.. with branches north and soutn. This would give vUoleaate * t.s ulong the south sido of Ford St. from Smith tha brewery und would also avoid crossing Baroness road. --- ' DEATH OF A. BRUCIIET. The death took place on Monday |of Antoino Druclut, an old and much I respected resident. He came hero from Novo. Scotia and was employed in tho mines for many years. Ho has been living retired lately. Ho lea von a widow, two sons and throo daughters. Antofne in tho dray nr.d grain business; George A., a C.P.R. brake-man: Mrs. I). Pollctur, wife of tho caralukur of tha courthouse; Mary, widow of tha late Alfred Jlerbineaux; and Lydla who lives at home. Tho fun�ral took place to St. Augustin's church yesterday morning and was well attended. Tho service was conducted by Rev. Father Mctiuakl, of Maclecd and tiio pall tourers were Major Burnett, W. C. Simmons. M.P.P.. O. Delay, J. D. Hlginbothum, C Begin and II. MIron. REAL ESTATE MEN WON. An interesting and spectacular game cf curling, for an oyster supper, was played at midnight on Wednesday, when the real estate men IriiKjtncd a picked rink and thus won thiir "woo smiv' " hcur meal. Tho rinks were composed as follows: Cooke Martin Robinson Webber McEwen Barnes McKay, skip K� Dublin, skip, 18 J. R. Davis of Tuber is in Loth-bridge. J. Dobbs of the Union Hotel received a little son'on (Tuesday morning. Both the mother and the child are doing well. J. Dobus has been tho roclpient of many congrululut -Ions at the birth ot an hair. Edward T. Weatlako visited Loth-bridge on business on Wednesday last. A. B. Honglin was a passenger to Lethbridgo, on Tuesday night's train. A meeting of tho Board of Trado will be held on Tuesday evening next when several itn|k>rtant subjects will bo brought up for discussion. The incorporation scheme is slowly progressing, und we anticipate that there vill be little or no opposition to it. W. A. Aubin left on Sunday Inst for Calgary. He stopped off for n few hours at Lethbridgo on his wuy up. M. M. Stewart of the Reliance Coal Co. isln Calgary at present. Thomas Powoll has completed hi1* now house on Second Street, south, and has moved into same. Andrew Hoggan expects shortly to finish his new store, when ho will open ' a first class cafe and restaurant. E. McKinnoy leaves on tonight's train- for Vancouver. Several brick and cement, blocks are contemplated being put up in the tariy spring. May they bo realities. Roal estate is booming more than ever. Town lots are changing hands daily at very largo figures. Boost the incorporation scheme along, we want it. everybody wants it. and see what it will ,do- 'or the town- FIGl'RES AT MAPLE CREEK. Maple Crpck, Jan. 8-Following is iho report of the live stock exports and imports for 1000. Imports: cattle. 3,090; *hp, 20.000; horses, 3,-000. Exports: cattle, 14,115; corset*, 1,104; snoop, 10,080. Thone has been a lurgo increase of imports and. an increase over last year in export of stock. t be closed with application. By Order, C. B. BOWMAJ See.-Tr Renew � ^ your Subscriptio] to the Lethbridge H^ral ;