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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta jTf * ^ t ���� r- > 'I- TL �f h> - � 1 r : �  A  wing e rwe ar 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 and are all of the most reliable make and finish. The styles are all of the daintiest and the trimmings bought direct from the manufacturer ful to Buy your wants from something wonder Ladies' Night Gowns In fim> quality cotton, mado yoko effect, with narrow tucks find laco around sleeves and neck, full size. SPECIAL ............................. 75c. Kxtr* quality Sine cambric gown, full make, low neck style, trimmed with lacc and insertion, sleeve* finished whh lace. Worth $1.75. SPECIAL......................... $1.50. Ladies very tins nainsook  gown, trim mod with 4 Inch muslin Insertion. nl,�=o lace and face in^rttoti, ami fine tucks, low neck stylo. This e of our best. Easily worth $3.25. SPECIAL ............... $2.75 Ladies' Dressing Jackets Fine quality muslin drosidng )nck-cts, mode wKh bcx pleats and trim- med with large sailor collar and flaring cuffs of blue and white polka dot silk. SPECIAL ............... 81.40 ladies dressing Jackets, Peter Pan si .vie. nuidc of fine muslin. with trimmings of pin tucks and embroidery. Theso are swell. SPECIAL 2 00 Corset Covers Ladies corset covers in white cot- ton, tri d with embroidery. si/es. very SPECIAL ............... 5lfic. Ladies line cambric corset covers, trimmed with xabnc'en bue and in-serticn. Yoko effect. All sizes. SPECIAL ........................... 7oc l^idK's corset cover* of nllover ctn-l rohbry vlth ribbon strappings, one oi* our pivtticst and daintiest style. SPECIAL ........................... SI.25. Ladies' Aprons made of fine qual ity lawn. yotas nnd straps made of embroidery. SPECIAL .......... ....... 75c Ladies good quaftty muslin aprons with yoke and sirups made of same, with or without bib. Special 35e. Ladies' Skirts Wry fine cambric underskirts,made with deep muslin flounce, trimmed with three rows of Ane lace inner -Von nnxl AnlsHcHl with a luce frill. A lovely garment. Special $2 7.V ladies skirts of Ane camb.f.c, made with deep embroidered flounce nnd thr.v rows of tucks. SPECIAL Uftc. Ladies' Drawers Pino quality cambric unVbrella drawers, niacin with deep muslin flounce, trimmed with fino lace and Insertion. Worth $1.75. Special 1,00. Ladies drawers In Ane cotton with rows of tucks and An I shod with mco trimming. SPECIAL ............ 50c. - Infants' Slips Made of fine naintook, trimmed whh pin tucks and hemstitching1 yoke ami flounce finished with lace. SPECIA!............................ $1.00 Fine quality In'ants slips, trimmed with vaLnclnmcs laco and insertion, throe quarter length. Special $1.05. Agents for Butterick's Patterns. All 10c. and I5c. now. Phone 31  Another Coal Mine. A Quiet Wedding. Just East Of Fair Grounds West of Railroad Track, at (Winnipeg Free Press.) The LeUrbridg* Collieries Co.. Limited, held their organization meeting 4 yewlcrday in \VJniA|>cg- Th*j mem  . K. Adamn and evor has th� temperature dropl\*d | us low as '.t ilid this w.vk. Tii" rniil>ni,n ui  l^ing hit hard ih  lofc'v* of rm lie ulreudy heing Koavy. TJio of course, tiffectcd the mangy and cPfi si fitsi, hut it is nnw cau>unr t>* *onlh of lh.� iiimv rol'iiht iinituils Tlu� loss in ihi* \iciioly / the city might not Ik* gi\nt, w.iv it not for tin* wire Mr. Simmons *t Raymond. m� f. ne.�s. r I tho 1 Uft.V8 at the norvice of every go a C.P.K. otllcittl that 400 men will arrive )k�re about Feb. JO to com- vork on the now C. P. II.- throughout Western Canada. Owing to the enormous grunth of agricul -turnl lands made for the encourage -ment of railway construction in Manitoba antl the Northwest, ng -gregaling souvj thirty-two million acres in all. ths odd nujiVhered sections over the U�st part of thj prairie provinces havw been tied up until tha railways choose the. particular Mucks pieferred. Selection has now been completed In all but' tho region north of lake Winnipeg, that waj reserved for ih> Hudson liny line, so there is no longer any nMn the odd num lertd sedions that remain. The presint bill dv*cIan�R accordingly that nny of the odd nunnhered sections SettU-riu-m has l*e*.-n ho rnpitl in thih district, that, when tha cold sivuly inter-I8Hrls t H  tattlt? on the tramp th-�y are nnii'le to go very far until they run in o f-mw .\h h.ng as the nn-iuais run K^-p irovtn^. the opportunity of ibtiu Jighwng the cold is far Udtrr mid it \ull lv found that thj Iiissoh In ihj unfenced diwtriets will U* cou^td.'iahty l^s than in the folic-I Annthi-r cause of the heavy In**, is th� lack of hay to few�d the nnimult. onl> a fmv of the ranchers put up hay in lar^j quantities. Ilor-�es are standing th^ cold spell splendidly. 'In.' ll*r�ld lealn4 that a largvh-out iH inches deep and covered with a crust cauaod by light ch.nuoks insutliciait to clear th^snow and melting enly an :m.h or two on tup thus forming a u>at of ice. Many farmers have adapted tho practice of going over the range with an hiv* ineuso snow plo^ maKing a truck for tho eatllj to forage in. The losses are mostly among thy cews To slop a cold with 'Trcventics" is Kafir than to lot it run and cure it afterward**. Taken at the "sneezo stage" rnmmtica will beftd off Ai) colds and Grippe, and perhaps miv0 you from Pneumonia or Hrorxhltis. I-i-eventics are little toothsome candy cold cure tablets selling in fi cent and 25 cent boxes. If you aro chilly if you boffin tu snooxe. try Prevon -tics. They will surely check the cold nnd please you. Sold by J. 1). ijig-iuhotham & Company. NOTICE. with calves at foot. O. A. JOHNSON. I^thhrldge. Miss Johnston of Airdrlo, sinter of J.J. Johnston, Is staying with her brother while h-^r mcther is in tho hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Antofne Labor go, hot'h 78 y; .\vh old. celeibrttted their golden wedding* �t Oka, Que. A very extraordinary feature of tho event was the presence of Mis. Laberge's mother, who is ninety y^ars old. .Saskatrht'wun, well suiUMl to cu tivatloti,. including largo tracts on both sides of tho line from Regma to Prince Albert. Few losses are re -;jrted ul Cardslon and Magrath or act throughout the Mormon d^.s- This afternoon Dr. Mowburn is perfcrming a serious operation on Mrs. Johnston .of Atrdrie, motlier of J. J. Johastan. city. No" lead cattle were seen njtth of as fur 1 am using this method of informing th3 public of iho arrunsements I h ivo imwij regarding any order for tvamni they may wish to give me. For tlu present, leave your order for timing at Mr. 0. W. Grays lhuvl-waro Store. Phono 06. Coal must be paid for on delivery. W. TAYLOK. 3- ' / if  fh 1 V x pnrum*nt up ^� woon �u .Monday, Kohnmry Uh. 1^07, for tho delivery of Indian supp.U* during tht> fiscal yoar ending tho March, 19(�8, at various points in ManHoua SaHkfttcluiwau and Alberta. Forme of topder containing full pariiculars may b*s had by applying to th* undoraigned, or to tho .Indian Cowmlwiloncr at WinuilH-g. Too loW-i�i or a�y tondor not nocos&arily ; accepted. .1 D McLEAS. Hoc rotary. lk>i>artnu.�nt of lndiun Afl'airo. Ottawa. N. Nt-wspnpi.rs insert fog 1 I advt*rtisM>nu*nt without authority {tho IK�parinu*nt will not Ijc ptfid. i CAI1D OK THANKS. On hvhulf of myself and family dr�i ro to oxpivss t ho nka for II many kindnesses shown tis during iilr.cHs and ut tho di�ath of my husba-nd. Tiio many o.\pregions sympathy from t!w ptoplo of Im jhrMgo dd much to lighten tho/ den of our sorrow. UBS. A. DRUCUJ3T. ;