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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta JANUARY WHITEWEAR SALE Splendid Showing of Muslin Underwear ful to Buy wants from the daintiest and the rimmings are something wonder 0 Ladies Night Gowns In fine quality made yoke with narrow tucks anl laco around sleeves and full SPECIAL Extra quality fine cambric full low neck trimmed with lace and sleeves fin ished with Worth SPECIAL Ladies very fine nainsook trimmed with 4 inch muslin inscr also lace and Vace and fine low neck This is one of our Easily worth SPECIAL Ladies Dressing Jackets Fine quality muslin dressing jack made wrth bcx pleats and trim med with large sailor collar and flaring cufTs of lluc and white polka dot dressing Peter Pan made of fine with trimmings pin tucks and embroid These are SPECIAL Corset Covers Ladies corset covers in white cot trimmed vnth AH very SPECIAL Ladies line cambric corset trimmed with lace and in Yoke All SPECIAL Ladies corset covers of allover cm Ijrordery vith one of our prettiest and daintiest Ladies Aprons made of fine quality yoke and straps of 75c quality muslin aprons with yoke and straps made of with or without Special Ladies Skirts Very fine cambric with decp muslin trimmed with three roxvs ot fine lace inscr tioa and finished with a lace A lovely Special Ladies skirts of fine made with deep embroidered flounce and three rows of SPECIAL Ladies Drawers Fine quality cambric umbrella ziiado with deep muslin trimmed with fine lace and Worth Special Indies drawers in fine cotton with rows oftucks and finished with lace SPECIAL Infants Slips of fine trimmed wiih pin tucks and hemstkching1 yoke anl flounce finished with Fine quality infants trimmed with Valenciennes laca and throe fjutirter Special Agents for Buttericks All and Phone 31 135 ACRES Another Coal Winnipeg Free The Lothbridge Collieries Lim held their orgunization meeting yesterday iu The of the company are Hough Coliti Gctorge Rogers of Isaac Cock A Quiet The marriage took place last even ing nf Lcthbridgea most pop ular and gifted Miss only daughter of Major and Burnett was married to Frederick Hammond of was a very quiet on ly Datives and a few very Cold Has Bcch just East of Fair Grounds West of Railroad at j Ad Grijlin and James Isaac Adams and James Beues were elected direct ors and at a directors meeting Hough was elected Campbell and Isaac and James Bettes The company have probably the largest and valuable domestic coal in western The are bridging ths Bally River with what will be the longest and hghcst railway bridge in the world The are also projecting a railway which will give railway fac ilities to the companys coal The company are proceeding to de frknJs being Gozdon performed tha and Hammond left today for tha coast and they wiil go as far south as California on their wed ding afterwards they will take up their residence at where Hammond is extensively inter ested in fruit Miss llurnirtt will be gfeatly miss ed in Lethbridre social and musical The cold spoil of the last two weeks unprecedented in tho Southern Hard ly ever has tho temperature dropped as low as U did this Tiu caUlimen being hit hard of catLie already being The of affected stitk hut it man mo re robust an i mals ath of The 1 oss i n spkndid voice ways at the service of eve al velop property at once so as LAND FOR THE Olivers Timely Amendment to Lands tho the vicinity of the city might notbo so were it not for the wire Settlement has been so in this when the cold starts thj cattleon the tramp they are unable to go very far until they run inLo As long as the an can keep the oppor tunity of fighting the cold is ar better and it will be found that Lhj losses 411 Ui2 imfcnced districts will be considerably less than in the Anothcr cause of the heavy is the lack of hay to feorl th only a few of the ranchers put up hay in large Hor ses are standing ths cold spell splen to be ready to ship coal as soon as the railways arc in position to de The quantity of coal is per haps superior to any for domestic purposes obtainable tnlj bc obtained at a greater depth any other as far as known up to thi present which ensured a hard coal high in The company lock upon it that demand for a domestic Simmons at Simmons was present at a nieeting of the Farmers Association at Raymond this Thj farmers urged upon him the necessity of loc al machinery for the regulation of the distribution of water after it leaves the main They want the rifht to be negotiable and thj under which a man loses his water right in default of paying extended to three At the request of IXpuiy Min ister of Public Simmons urged them to organise their local improvement He hop ed the UomiuVon Government would soon hand over to tho province the control of irrigation and if that was could ask for Legislation giving their local improvement coun cils power to lha distri button of Tin association also brought up the elevator claiming that farmers were not given a fair deal 1y the elevator They wnntcd tho government to take the matter up Simmons told that it was I bill to be presented to parliament by the min istor of the interior for the revision of the Dominion Lands Act will con i Ki iSr tain a provision that will meet wrth the thorough acceptance of settlers some of them have been Ihs IIerad learns that a largchsrd of antelope around Grassy Many of themare They are k to move about or roach tho owing to the deep Trains are running on any okl jrealiy a matter for Domiinion legis but if they had a grievance it was quite the province of to lind a remedy for throughout Western Owing to the enormous grants or agricul tural lamls made for the encourage ment of railway in Manitoba and the ag gregating SOUKS thirtytwo million while ahers are running as much day and a Very little freight is moving at1 coal will increase even more rapidly in tte odd numbered than the at least in the near over the of thi pratr future ami arc determined by the Inic provinces have been tied up of lha most modern tta railways choose the particular blocks preferred Selection has now boon completed in all but I ho region north of Iske that was TC for thi Hudson Ray so thcix is no longer any need of with holding from settlpmont the odd num sections that The DEALER IN AlberU Lands and Lethbridge Room Southard Clock Phone nery to meet that demand as speedI ly as 400 Men About Loss cf Edmonton Armstrong of this city has just returned from to Cardstonand the Lethbridge To th Bulletin Arm sttttcd that U was a terrible To stop a cold with proventics is safTr than to let it run arid cure it Taken at the stage Preventics will bead off all cods awl and perhaps save you from or Preventics arc little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in 5 cent d 25 cent If you are chilly if you to try Preven They will surely check the cold and please Sold by sniothain There is a report auuut tertd which is said to have emanated from presrnl declares accordingly that a official that 100 men will of lhe mH numbered sections arrive here about 10 to com lhat havc nol aireiuiy passed into mence vork on the new hands of shall lie available for frea homcsteadng here it is has the A ginnce at the map of scv thcre re sight to sec the number of cattle ly ing dead on tha prairie in groups of ISO or greatest loss was on the Blood Indian reserve where the sjiow is about IS inches deep and covered with a crust caused by light chinooks insufficient to clear and melting only an inch on contract for removing the trees and craj raiiwny land grants shows Lhe okl Gait which arc on arc no wjd nuwhercil sections site of the new of WhHc inducted as pastor maining eilhr in southern Manitoba or southeastern present stej however release a j Five acres improved irrigable with stable and a good start in one mile kaH from post south of Ike fair Apply on the has inducted as pastor lftrgc nlimbcr tof Cranbrook Tresbytcrian Sccti0ns in paris Uutnof Alberts 1 Miss Jonnston of sister of well suited to cu U including large tracts on both of line from Regina to Prince V great moderate ease the first day are the distinguishing Matures of Queen Quality Shoes which hive erased them to be hvored be yond all other womens shoes in the world and which by the same token bring women in thrones to select their shoes The seasons new Gyies are now For street and general Glazed Kid and Gin leathers wi 1 be the vogue with Priced Rome Leather styles FRED COW snovr plow are cattla to mostly among a track for a The losses the ccvs with am using this methcrd of inform th public of tho arranscmcnts e made regarding any order for ihcy may wish to give me JFor tho leave your order for Phone Coal must be paid for on top thus forming a coat of Many j timing at Gray s HarI farmrs have adopted the practice of warc Storc I St going over tlie range with an im Tenders for Indian calves at Few losses are re orled al Cardston and Magrath or fact throughout the Mormon is A sold is staying with her brother while her mother is in the and Antoine boih 73 celebrated their goldon wedding1 A very feature of the was the presence of iho is ninety years sct with i return in T to thj McthcKlist parson NoJead cattle were seen nortn of thj Jreat Northern down is on This afternoon Mcwburn perfcnning a serious operation mother of Iciartinsnt of Indian inscrtng i advertisement without awlhorily Sealed addressexl to tlw j lhc will not be undersigned and endorsed Tenders j for Indian will be received j at this Department up to noon on I Fobniary for the of Indian during ho fiscal year ending the 31st at various pcinls in Manrtoba and CAHDOF Grjat ng has commenced at tho a good general Apply to On behalf of myself and family desire express thnn1s for 11 many kindnesses shown us during illness and at the death of my The many expressions tender containing full sympathy from the people 01 particulars may be had by applying jhrklge rtd much to the to thi or to the Jndian den of our Commissioner at The low lest or any tender not necessarily Forms of ;