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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta Spscialsj^sig Week Men's Suits, regular price 15 00, now................ 12 00 aMch's Suits, regular price 12 00, now................. 9 60 Men's Suits, regular price 10 00, now................ 8 00 Men's Suits, regular price 9 00, now................. 7 20 Men's Pants, regular price 4 75, now................. 3 80 Men's Pants, regular price 4 00, now................. ii 20 Men's Pants, regular price, 2 25, now----............. I 80 Men's wool fleece Uuknotable Underwear, regular price Iier suit 1 25, now................................ I 00 Child's all wo)l Hose, sizes from 4 to 0, regular price 20c to 30c, now..........................2 pair for 23c SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Boots and Shoes It will pay you to drop in every day during January and February if you are looking for Bargains We will pay Express Charges To a liistance of 50 miles A. MACDONALD & CO. Pectoral Balsam BEATS ALL OTHER REMEDIES FOR Coughs and Colds SOLD ONLY BY J. J.JOHNSTON DRUGGIST and STATIONER phone 18. Night BfeU. A LOCALBUDGET. Watch Kean's ad. 5tf Wni. Oliver made a trip west last week. Choool'ite sundae at Kean's on Saturday. J. D. H'ginbothani is exiiected home from the east tomorrow. Jack Curran threw three wrestlers at Edmonton in 42 minutes. Mayor Rogers returned Sunday night from his trip to Winnipeg. Mrs. VV. A. Buchanan, arriveof the row. The ix>-lice will Uike proceedings against the noisj' fellows. We desire to announce to our patrons thai be.-inning with the new year we will not allow any credit transactions in our business. -Ott and Bullock. 4ti8 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. Ives made liis first appearance on the streets, since his confinement in the hospital with appendicitis, on Thursday. He looked remaik.ibly well and was warmly greeted by his friends. The Misses Sheran were the hostesses of a most delightful evening recently. A large number of Lethbridge young people drove out to this hospitable home and apent a thoroughly enjoyable time. Mr. TurnbuU, the new manager of the Iron Works, who arrived with his family from Montreal last week, was accompanied also by Mr. Gait and Mr. TurnbuU. jr., both of whom will be employed at the foundry. T. Tuft, late from St. John's, Newfoundland, is engaged at present erecting a building on a lot purchased from Mr. Hendricks. It is located north east of the barracks and will be utilized for a store and residence. Mr Hendricks sold three lots adjoining to C. Rose. Dr. and Mrs. Mewbnni have re-tunied from the east. * Their many friends will be delighted to learn that Arthur Mewburn has almost fully recovereil from his recent illness. Walter E. Truesdale, vho will act as Inspector for the Confederation Life in Southern Alberta, with head quarters here arrived in town last week from Enderby, B. C. Clinton Lamme, a West Point jadet, lost his life in the West hotel fire at Minneapolis. He was on his way to his home in Boze-nian, Montana. He was a cousin of Mrs. C. G. K. Nourse The Imperial' Bank evidently means to locate in Lethbridge. We understand from a good source that it is endeavoring to buy the property on Round st., lately vacated by Geo. Houk. T. W. Pierpont, foreman of the bridge crew on the A. R. & I. has been notified that an aunt in England has left him �2000. Mr. Pier-pont's fatheilis a contractor in London, Englana. The family are well bonnected. Peter Lund, the well known lumber and coal prince, of Wardner B. C, was married at Chatham to Miss Alice Couzens, fornu-rly stenographer with the C. P. R. at Cranbrook. Lethbridge friends oifer congratulations to the happy couple. The roller skates, C. J. Eckstorm ordered some time ago, arrived Monday and can now be utilized by those who desire to jmss the winter evenings in this pleasant pastime at the Opera House. The floor is in excellent shape for skating. The Oddfellows installation did not take place last Friday evening, as D. D. G. M. Cozens failed to arrive in time from Medicine Hat. He is expected to be here on Friday night of this week. The members put in the evening very cnjoyably, nevertheless. The local curlers were defeated at Macleod yesterday. Four rinks played in the district medal match. The total score was Macleod, 49, Lethbridge, 38. At night a match to decide the district representative at the Calgary bonspiel ended in another�victory for Macleod by 22 shots to 17. A meeting will be held in Mr. L. M. Johnstone's office Union Bank building Wednesday Evening next 17th at 8 o'clock to make arrangements for the annual Hospital ball. All interested in this worthy object are invited to attend so that this popular event may be carried through successfully. Editor Drumm, of the Frank Paper, is in town today. He is surprised at the growth of Lethbridge since he was here last. He informed the Herald that the new coal mining village of Lundbreck was building up rapidly. A notel, gen-bral store, drug store and hospital are now under constiuction. Rev. Alfred Andrews, a super-anuated minister at Burlington, Ont., recollects, in a letter to a friend in town, that he held the first Methodist service in Lethbridge. At that time, shacks were the only )>laces of abode, and the cheapest board was S8 a week. He considers the climate here ahead of Calgary. The License Commissioners for this district have been appointed by the Alberta govonmient. They are Wm. Oliver. Lethbridge, chairman, Hotchkiss. Claresholm and Matheson, Blairmore. They are holding their first meeting at Mac-leal tochty, to deal with an application for a license fr )m M Rosse, of Blairmore. At the regidar monthly meeting of the teachers of tlie Lethbridge Public Schools on Thuisday evening. Mi.^s M'Clure .l;