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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta r for this Men's Suits, regular price J5 00, now................ 12 00 Men's Suits, regular price 12 00, now................. 9 00 Men's Suits, regular price 1.0 00, now................ 8 00 Men's Suits, regular price 9 CO, now............, 7 20 Men's Pants, regular price 4 75, now................. Men's Pants, regular price 4 00, now................. Men's Pants, regular price, 2 20, now----'............. 1 Men's wool fleece Gnknotable Underwear, regular price per suit 1 25, now................................ i 00 Child's all Hose, sizes from 4 (o 6, regular price 20c tooOc, now..........----............2 pair for 25c 80 20 SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Boots and Shoes It will pay you to drop in every day during January and Febru- ary if yon are looking for Bargains We will pay Express Charges To a distance of 5 A. MACDONALD Col. Sanders, oi! Calgary, may be appointed chief of police at Van- couver. Apply to Mrs; A.G. Smith and Bom pas sis. 3111 Rev. C. McKillop attended the opening exercises of the new Pres- byterian church at Craubrook. Fnnl Sanders, of the Bentley Co who met with eVeber. It is known as a Bald- win table and is made of steel and white enamel and is so constructed that the patient can be put in any position required dur- ing an operation, without a change in'the table. The table cost and the hospital authorities canno speak too highly of the Dr's. gener osity. The settlement fifteen miles north of town is making rapid pro- gress. Sturdy farmers from Ont- ario, most of them from Manitou- iin, arc breaking the virgin soil and erecting dwellings in preparation for the coming season. A school- house will shortly be erected and religious services a re already being conducted iu the homes. A pres- sing need is a bridge, or at least a ferry, across the river which would shorten the distance to town from fifteen to twenty five miles Some- thing in this line should be done at Picture carbon en- largements of groups and busts by R. Sage. This month's "Resources" pub- lished at Montreal, contains a write up of the irrigation land in this dis- trict. It is well illustrated and should turn the attention of many people to this district. Sage's Saturday Sale is one of the pleasant breaks in this other- wise commonplace journey. The bargain counter (Saturdays only) is a. veritable eyeopener in useful AY wants. Eobt. S.'ige. CALGARY KNOCKS HILL {And Then Aims to City. be a SUPT. BEGIN MOVED Supt. Wilson, of Prince His Successor. Albert Superintendent Begin, of the R. N. W. M. P., with headquarters here, has been transferred to Prince Albert. He will be succeededhere by Superintendent Wilson of Prince Albert. Superintendent Begin has been located here for several years. Superintendent Wilson, has been in the service for many years. The change goes in- to effect in a few days. lice will take proceedings against The paper an.l the discussion that. J ohnston 4 Other Squares from to f Now is the Season for t GREY BLANKETS to Everything marked in plain figures, therefore Square Dealing the noisy fellows. We desire to nnnounue to our patrons that with the new year we will not allow any credit transactions in our business. arid Bullock. 4tiS While Attorney-General Cross was in Ottawa arrangements were made for taking over from the Federal Government the registry offices. This will probably take place during the spring. W. C. Tvcs made his first appear- ance on the streets, since his con- finement in the hospital with ap- pendicitis, on Thursday. He look- ed remarkably well and was warm- ly greeted by his friends. The Misses Sheran were the hostesses of a most delightful eve- ning recently. A large number of Lelh bridge young people drove out to this hospitable home and spent a thoroughly enjoyable time. Mr. Tunibull, the new manager of the Iron Works, who arrived widi his family from Montreal last week, was accompanied also by Mr. Gait and Mr. Tunibull. jr., both of whom will be employed at the foundry. nions: 'ollowed gave many valuable point- rs on this very important subject. Miss Furze was appointed to the vacant place in the programme iounnittee and 0. D. Austin to the- Secretaryship. The English billiard table for the Chinook Club arrived last week avul is now in position in the bil- liard room oE the Club building. The new table is a beauty in style and finish. It was made to order by the Brunswick Bnlke Co., and is 11 feet long by (i feet 4 inches wide. We question whether any club in the West posesses as an English table. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hill enter- tainment in a most pleasing man- rer last Tuesday evening in honor oE Mrs. Rivets.' of Raymond. Al- berta, sister oE Mr. Hill. There were a large number of guests present and 500 was the. program. After the close of the games re- freshments were served, after which followed music. It wns a late hour before the guests brook Herald. A new school has bcj.m opened at Rose Buttes, sixteen miles north- west of town. Already a large number of settlers are located there On Thursday evening Lethbridge Court, No. Canadian Order of iFo'-estors. Elected the following officers: P. C. R.. G. R., W. A. Hamilton: A7. C. R., H. T. Cherry: F. S.. A. Dooley: R S. A. Dr. Gfdbrfilih: Cbtp- F. Koir-rp: S. W.. R. Nim- 'F B.. Barclay: J. B.. T. Berr.i-r: Con- dwtor. A.Easton: Auditor Hamilton: physicians. JJon. Dr. Df'Veberand Dr. High organizer J. H. Alexander was present at the meot.iing. He re- turned the same night to Calgary. The reign of the all-powerful colored gentlemen who have owned the C. P. R- Pullman and tourist is over. From now on these cars will be in charge of conduc- tors, who will have charge ot every- thing in this department of the service. All the sleepers are not yet equipped with conductors, but in a short time they will be. They will sell the tickets on the train and collect those sold in advance, which will be turned over to the conductor in charge of the train. The porter's duties will now con- sist entirely of looking after the wants of the passengers and attend- ing to the condition of the cars. It may not be news to old timers, yet an incident of the early days, which we drew from Hon. Dr. the other day. will- be of interest to new comers. Away biick in the early eighties, the Dr.. then located at Macleod, wns sum- (Special to the Humid) Calgary, Feb. Board of Trade met last night ;md elected C. W.Rowley, manager ot the Banked Commerce president and C. W. Peterson, secretary. The meeting turned down a reso- lution-to. appoint a committee to urge J. J. Uili to hasten a branch oE his railroad to Calgary. R. B. Bi-tinutt.- was vigorously opposrtl to A LIBERAL SWEEP Complete Rout of Tories in Great Britain. it was decided to make vigorous etforts to place Calgary's population ;it in fonr years. (Specie 1 to the FTerald.) London Jan. liberals re sweeping Great Britain. The esult of the general elections up o the present shows 127 liberals, 5-i unionists. 28 labor and 38 lationalists elected. The liberals ml labor have won 81) seats from their opponents.' Former Colonial Secretary Lytleton has been de- John Burns, the labor leader, is elected. No seat has yet been found for former Premier Balfour, who was defeated in Manchester. Election in Peace Rivsr not Rec ognized. (Special to the Herald.) Edmonton, Jan provin- cial cabinet has decided not to re- cognize the election of Dubuc. lib- eral, in Peace River. A new elec- tion will be held. Tuft, late from St. John's, Newfoundland, is engaged at j and many others will go upon their present erecting a building on a lot I homesteads in the early spring- purchased from Hendricks. J Miss Pineo, of Nova Scotia, recent- It ia located north east of the bar- j ly arrived and has taken charge of racks and will be utilized fora store i the school. The officials of this and residence. Mr Hendricks school are: Mr. Vandyke, G. Bode, sold three lots adjoining to C. ;Mr. Vcldhonse, A. J. Alcock, chair- Ontario Legislature. (Special to the Herald.) Toronto. Jan. Ontario legislature has been summoned to u.eet on Feb. 14. Rose. man, J. R, monedbyRev. Dr McLean, now editor of the Wesleyan at Hah fax, N. S., to make a rail on a person, who was very ill at Morleyville. The Dr. undertook the journey and covered the 105 miles on horse- Kick in .1.8 hours. We question whether any doctor ever made as long a professional trip over the I plains. In those days the Dr. was j the only medical man in Alberta. Marshall Field Dead. (Special to the Herald.) Chicago, Jan. 17-Marshall Field o! owner of the great department- al store and Chicago's wealthiest citizen, is dead. th When yon should begin to wear glasses, but it is better to begin too soon than too late. Central Boot Shoe Store W. T. IIEXSON. PROP. Lethbridge, If you experience the least inconvenience with your eyes, it, is at least time to have thewattcrinvestigated Our services are at your sen-ice. We will carefully examine your eyes with our special optical appliances, and tell you exactly what to do. If you should wear glasses we will order ill em for you. If you don't nc-cd them, it will not cost you a cent to find it out. R.A.WmGHl Graduate of the Optical Institute'bf Canada Montreal ;