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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY WHITEWEAR SALE! -Splendid Showing of Muslin Underwear This season's showing of Whitewear surpasses anything we have ever attempted before, and our customers are aware that we show the very finest goods to be had, and at very moderate prices. These goods are bought direct from the manufacturer, and are all of the most reliable make and finish. The styles are all of the daintiest and the trimmings are something wonderful to see. Buy your wants from us. Ladies* Night Gowns In fine quality cotton, made yoke elTcct. with narrow tucks and laco around sleeves and neck, full size- SPECIAL .....-....................... 75c. Extra Quality fin� cambric gon-n. full make, low n�ck style, trlnuncd with lace anil insertion, sleeves finished with lace. Worth 91.75. SPECIAL ......................... $1.50. Ladies very fine nainsook  gown, trimmed with 4 inch muslin insor -tion, ai.eo laoa and laco in^rtion. aiKl fine tucks, low neck stylo. This is one of our l>esst. Easily worth $3.25. SPECIAL ............... 82.73. Ladies' Dressing Jackets Fine quality muslin dressing jackets, made wrth bcx pleats and trimmed with large sailor collar and flaring cufls of blue and white polka dot silk. SPECIAL ............... $1.40 Ladies dressing jackets, Peter I'aii stylo, made of fine muslin, with trimmings of j>in tucks and cmbroiil-cry. Thcsj are swell. SPECIAL 2.00 Corset Covers Ladies corset covers in white cotton, trimmed with cnvbroidery. All sizes, very SPECIAL ............... 35c. Ladies line cambric corset covers, trimmed with valcncien Ince ami insertion. Yoke effect. All sizes. SPECIAL ..................... ...... 73c. l^adies cor.set covcre of allover cm-broidery vith ril/boii .strappings, one of our prettiest and duintiost stylo. SPECIAL ........................... $1.25. Ladies' Aprons made of fine (juality 1-awn. yotao and strains made of embroidery. SPECIAL ........................... 75c Ladies good quality muslin aprons with yoke and straps made of same, with or without bib. Special 35c. Ladies' Skirts ^'ery fmo cam'bric underskirts,made with dcfcp muslin flounce, trimmed wilh thi-pc rows of fine lace in.ser -t'on and flnishcd wilh a laco frill. A lovely garment. Special 92.75. Ladies skirts of fine canvbitc, made with deep embroidered flounce and throe rows of tucks. SPECIAL 95c. Ladies' Drawers Fine 'quality drawers, niada Cambric iimd with vaUnclennes laoa and insertion, throe fjuarter length. Sjicclal $1.65. i Agents for Butterick's Patterns. All lOc. and I5c. now. Phone 31 131 ACRES Another Coal Mine.  Just East of Fair Grounds J West of : Railroad I Track, at  $130 Pet Acre W. R iBBIN DEALER IN Alberta Landa oad Lethbridge Properties. Room I, Southard Block Phone 122. LCTHIlIUDCiB, ALTA. FOR SALE. rivf acrea improvad irrigable land, wUlt homo, atable and atorebouse. a good::at�rt in mall fruita, one mils ad m h�it from post office, south of tained at a greater depth tb..n any oihur as far as known up to ihi present time, which ensured a hard coal high in carbon. The cointiauy lock upon rt that tlw demand (or a first-class doincittic ooal will increase even more rapidly than the supply, at Icas't In the near future, and are determined by the(n-atallation of the most modern machinery to mpet that demand as speedily as possible. A Quiet Wedding. The marriage took place las.t evening of ona nf Lethbridge's most poP: ular and gifted young ladies. Mlas Kaltfa Jlurnt'tt, only daughter of &Iajor and Mrs. Burnett was married to Frederick Hammond of Nei.sqii, B.C. It was a very quiet afi'air, only arlati^ci and a few very inl'nvata frir.nJs being present. Rev. A. M._ Gozdon pcrfornioU the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond left today for tha coast and they w'ill go as far south as Califoi-nia on their wed -ding tour, afterwards thoy will take up thair residence at Nelson, wharo Mr. Hammond is extensi%cly inter -estcd in fruit lands. Miss BumL-tt will be gfuatty missed in Lethbridge sucial and musical circles. Iler spLndid voice was always at the service of every good cause. Cold Has Beeh Severe. LAND FOR THE SETTL13R. Oliver's Timely Amendment to lAAd's Act. tlic 400 Men Coming. I'hero is a report going about which is said to have emanated from | a C.P.R. official that 400 men will arrive here about Feb. 10 to conv-mcnce vork on the new C. P. R. bridge. Jw^. Knauf, it is said, has tho contract for removing the trees and the old Gait house, which are on t'lu! site of the new structure. Rev. C. O. Main, of White Horse, Yukon, has liy^n inducted an pa.s>tor of Cranbrook Presbyterian Church. Miss Johnston of Airdrio, slntor of J:J. Johnston, is staying with hn* brother while h-:r mcthor is in tho hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Antaino Laberge, botli 78 y. .ifs old, celebrated their golden wedding' at Oka, Que. A very eictmordiiiary feature of the event iraa the prestnce of Mrs. Laberge's notbor, alio is ninreFerrcd. Selection has now-been conHJleted in all but' lha ragion north of lake Winnipeg, that was i-e-servod for tho Hudson Bay lino, .so there is no longer any need of wiih-boldlng from settlo�iK>nt tho odd rtiini bered scc-tlons that remain. Tho present bill daclnres accordingly that [tny of the odd numbered sactions that have not already passed into the hands of iailroads, shall be avai.lable for frea homestead ng liero-after. A glance at the map of several railway land grants shows tljoi* arc no odd nuniibcred scetions re -maintngi cMhar in southern Manito!>a or southeastern SaskatihaRan/- The present atep will, however release a very large ntmiber of odd nu��b; �:otiona in parts both "of Alberta Saskatchewan, well suited to cu tivation,.including large tracts oil both sides of tha line from Regina to I'rince Albert. The cold spoil of the last two weeks is almost unprecedented in the liis'lory of Southern .\lberta. Hardly evcj- has ths tou)peratuio droppv,�d us low as i.t did this week. Tlio callljmen tira baing hit hard ihj losses of cattle already being heavy.. The oi" com'so, nITccted tjic mangy and^h st'^k fust, but it is now cau!--Jnir...Ui.. %jath of lha niioro robust iiniinal.s. Tha loss in the vicinity oJ tho cit.y might not 'bo so great, w^iv it not for tho wire f.ncps. Scltlcnwuu has been so .rapid in this district, that. �vhcn tha cold slnrts thj tattle on the tramp they arc una'Jlo to go very far until thoy run in.o fance.s. As Icng as the an-iirals can keep moving, the oppor -tut\ily of them fighting the coWl is far better and it will be found that thj losses '4n lha unfcncod districts will be considerably than in the fencKl. Another cause of the heavy, is the lack of ha.y to food the aniinal.s, only a tew of tho ranchers put up hay in large quantities. Hor-.scs arc standing tha cold spell splendidly. 'ihp Hurald loarn.^i that a largchand of antelope arc around Grassy Lake. Many of Them are dying. They nivj I nable to move about or l^^ach the, owing to the deep snow. Tj-ains ai'e running on any ol'd scUecluln, sonie of them have been tancollcJ, while oihers are running as much as .a day and a half. late. \ary little fivlght is moving at all. Mr. Simmons at Raymond. Loss of Cattle. W. C. Simmons was present at a meeting of the Farmers' Association at Raymond this week. Tha farmers ui-ged ui)on him the nacessity of local machinery for the regulation of tho di.stribution of water after it leaves the main canal. They want tha water ritht to bo negotiable and tha term, under which a man lo.scs his water right in default of paying h'S dues, e.xtcnJud to three years. At thu ro<^iuost of tha Deputy Min-i.ster of Public Works, Mr. Simanons urged them to organize their own local improvement districts. He hoped the Dominion Government would soon hand over to tha province the control OI irrigation and if that was done,they could ask for Legislation giving their local improvement councils power to deal with tha distri -bution of water. Tha as.sociation also brought up the elevator qucs'tion, clofiming that farmers were not given a fair deal by the elevator men. They wnnted the government to take the matter up Mr. Simmons told thcni, that, H was really a matter for Domiinion legis -lat'ion, but if thay had a grievance it was quite vithT.n the province of thagovcrnmcnt to find a remedy for it. This aftenioop Dr. Mcwburn is performing a soripus operation on ilra. Johnston .of AHrdrie', mother of J. J. Jolu�taB. vity. (ICdmcnton Bulletin.) Mr. R. M. Arir.strong of this city has Just returned from "a^trlp to Cardstonund tha Lethbridge country. To tha Bulletin to-day, Mr. Armstrong stated that tt was a terrible .sight to see the inimiber of cattle lying dead on tha prairio in groups of luO or so. Tha groalftst loss was on the Blood Indian i-ascrve where the snow is about 18 inches deep and covered wilh a crust cuu&iad by light chinuoks insulllcient to clear thasnow and nitltiiig cnly an inch or,two on top thus forming a c^iat of loo. Many farmars ha*e adopted tho practice of going ovfr tho range with an inir liieusc .snow tilow making a track for tho cattle to forage in. Tha losses arc mostly among tho ccws with calves at foot. Few losses are re -)ried at Cardston and Magrath or tact throughout the Mormon dts- No-load cattle ware seen north of Calgaiy. Jinny lo.sses are ixsporai alcnglLo thu Great Northern down as far a- Great Falls, Montana. To ^op a cold with "Preventics" is sa^ than to lot it run and cure it afterwards. Taken at the "snac/xj stag�" Prev�ntics will bead off all colds and Grippe, and perhaps save }-ou from Pneumonia or Brorxhitis. Pi-evcntics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in S cent and 25 cent boxes. If you are chilly if you begin to snooce, try Prevon -tics. They will surely check the cold and please you. Sold by J. 1). Hig-inbotham & Company. NOTICE. I am using this method of informing tha public of tha arransoments I bivo made regarding any order for t-eamring; thay may wish to give mo. For tha present, leave your order for tiwming at Mr. C. W. Gray's llaixi-waro Store. Phono 66, Coal must be paid for on delivery. W. TAYLOR. LOST. ^DISTINCTIVE style, gr^at variety, yti moderate price, "ease the first day worn"-these are tho distinguishing' fiatures of "Queen Quality" Shoes which htvs ciused them to be favored be� yond all other women's shoes in the world; and which by the saniio token bring women in thrones to select their shoea here. The season 8 new E'yles are now ready. For street and general wcir Glazed Kid and Gun Mctil leathers wi 1 be the vogue with discriminatiT � dressers. Priced $3.50 and Sj.oo. Somj Patent Leather styles $4.00. FRED COW & CO. tenders for Indian Supplies. A "jold brooch, sa^t with pearls. Finder will be suitably rewarded, by returning to th�j Mothodist pareon -age. WANTE3D. Ice cut^ng has comnicncetl at the river. Wanted, a good general servant. Apply to Mrs. H. T. Charry. Sealed Tinders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed " Tenders for Indian Supplies," will bo recoi\ioa at tliLs Diapartment up to noon on Monday, Fobruary 'Uh, X907, for tho delivery of Indian supp.t.cs during tho fiscal your ending tho 31st March, 1908, at various (icints in Manitoba S