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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta Stock-Taking Sale THE LAST CALL ON OVERCOATS Just a few left. These will be sold at a reduction of 30 per cent. Here's a warm price on Fur Caps Only two dozen till told, should not stay long with us at theses reductions, caeh rod nnd '.',\)r/ Men's Tweed Suits, worth 12.00, i.-,o:) 10 only LADIES' HEAVY PRESS KKIKTS. This is a bnrgain at each.. ,*7 (.K)S i2n�o I A. Macdonald l......................................................HMIMIli from to Fountain Syringes ----AND- Hot Water Bottles We carry the best made and guarantee them faultless. J. J. JOHNSTON Druggist and Stationer. When eggs are scarso and dear, you have a sure remedy by purchasing a box of Dr. Hess' Poultry Panacea which is guaranteed to make the hens lay. I'inchT Creek being dissatisfied j wiih tli  gov. i-uiikmiI i\nstm, which gave tin* populnlu n ut .128, had n si�-clnl u 11-.HH tu!.!-!! ainl it shows Hi.- pop'ilat ion to ! i 1' 11. A freight fiom Wnymnnd on th A LOCAL BUDGET. \isjt to Uuttc For sale only by J. D. Higinbotham & Co. Fnuiily and Dispensing Chemists LKTHBIUDGE. Fritz Sick paid this week. 1'. 1.. Naismith returned from n trip to Winnipeg. Constable .Sillil.iT is expected Iioiiiv from the to-night. Mrs. J. Fred Hamilton, of Calgary lh visiting her sister, Mis* Bthel Addy. The Hank of Comnwrce has already opened a branch ut Prince ltupert. C. It. X. CotUkill left hist night to 6poid it mouth or so \isitiug relatives in New IlruuswicU. At Maelcnd on Thursday the lTtih of .January, instant, to the wife of Malcolm MncK.n/ic, M.l'.!'., u son. .Jesse Walker lias the quarters in the fire hall ami Coo. Hrucc, the new fire engineer, is oc -cupying them. Dr. Tuller tui'l Mr� Tuller r>-!iirti-ed from their Inn. '\ in ... 1 \ ;lerdn,\. They hn\e tiiK.-n ;ii! i m- � '.ii.-l_. occupied l.y C. M. Aim .1.1 It Is Rai.l th.- s.!\ -r frtriii. which Mr. Silv.-r ilispoM-.l i,i i'..r ::i:t..r>t) mi nciti u lew month.* n.o. is now \\.?\ I at StH.'.O mi afi'f flT .'iO ,ln UlT. has boen olTei'cd. Died-At Winnifred, on tho loth in�t.. William Hubert, son of W. 11. Uurch. nRid 2 months and 10 days. Allan Taylor who lias Isvn on tin1 l'nion llntik stall hero for some time wont oast with his mother on Saturday night. Tho wedding took place recently of Miss May Stewart of Hdmonlon. wis tor of Dr. Stewart and Miss IIoskIo Stewart, to It. II Mnffntt of Kd-monton TSm C. II. Itowinan agency reports tho sale of ait aero situated on l�n-ilun HoivJ, also the sul-j for C. I, Yrontitnn. of two lots on Itompas street, oast of thu barracks. Th.1 Ivothbridgo C!ty Hand will hold u tna�iueradu ball on Monday. February 11th. It will !� enj of the most on.oyalile events of the Si'ason. The tickets are plawl at SI ..10 C. 1! D ini.'l anil wile retiirno-.l hist �>itw.� n eastern and  lapan. II T. I'li'ii'j cl'sp,>s.\l of and eleven lots near by for ST.O'.V). .1 A. Silver was th: purchaser. It is ui.'.'lvt'sti.od Mr. Cherry expects to Iea\e L*.Mh'oridi;i' \ ry soon to ivsido in Winnipeg. The reputal n;n of the Alberta hors.- is g.-tlin^ v.,;il.l wide Dr. IIo!>!s is .shipping tomorrow to Dr. Mewlmrti oi I...'lliliridg.l out of Cnlger\. '1 he horse mis ImvJ on the Mi.'i'itl King ranch Just east, ot the cilj -Calgary AlWertun. Kilii'.dtiton City Council has endorse! hy reho'.iltion tile move of tlw T >in|s'iiiiti . and Moral He'orin As-s leiali'li to asl ran.- tit to bu uiiu-nd the lienor license law as to coiiip'l hotels to clos.' their bins at V o'clock in the own -in; .'Very night in the wcli. Th  .Innior Kpworth lA-a,iie of W��s|ey Church will hold their nun- ' thly ltusiii"ss iii.vting to-morrow at-: ten ooii. wh'ii the re|xiris of the var- ', ions commit'.o.'k will !� recived an I ; the iiteiiiber-hip roll sipin-d. It is j oxivctcd that the entire league, j which now iiiiiiiImm-s of -10, I will Ik1 present. I Toronto Saturday Xight miys: The ! local lodge of the Order of Klks is I holding u masdiiorad'' I all anil biin-inond Is going to give ft. II. McDuffce, a banqtwt to-inoriow night I). J. Whitaey purchased a houa* atid throe lots from S. ft. McCulloufe this week, W. 0. Sitmnons M.I'.I' , will couvj down from tiduiontoti oa  IwmHuw i rip on Monday. J. K. John.itoti, A. HonniogfiLeld and W. Kuisloy, ro In thu city frt Monu� wwks ago owing to iter mother'^ illiiuss. ! II. J. Matheson of the Hlairmorc Times, wax In tba city this wovk. ILo says tho mines in tlw Crow's Nest iu� badly crippled by tho shortage in cars. Minors find It difficult to gut a day's work in a week. Howard Douglas, �u|>crintendent of the lUuiff Xivtional I'alk, was in the city yewtcivJay on his way fromOreut Kails. Ho reports that tho Mon -Intra. sl>o�;ptiw'ti will suffer heavy losses this winter in lact many of thoin will Ik; wiped out of business. The congregational hwtlug of Knox church to discus* and tle�' n i upon the oues'tlon of a silo for the ; new church will bo hekl tliis '.venl-J^ | at eight o'clock. It is hocel everyone lnteronUvl, t>si>ocially male members and adheivnts, j make sure of being present. Xe.vt Sunday �v ouing in tho list, Taboinacio tlw llov. Win. will deliver his second atklross ' Thg Hi�tory of a foolisli boy.' .topic will be, "In the Now Country" ! Tho forenoon service and the Si.n - j 1 day school will be held as usual. A j social Invitation Is extended to all. j The drawing for the buggy 1 often*! by Morrison & Dixon in th�? j | coal comiK-tition will bo held in i I Oliver's hall'on Monday. FW 11,' at 8 p.m. The firm haw bean for- j tuiialo in securing Ma.or IhimoK's consent to make tho draw, thus cn-his house surinn to citizens, who haw deposited coupons, n sqtur* deal. ' Th? Mncleod CldMito says: Mr. I O'Cnra, architect of C'algoi'.v, mhI Mr. MacUonald, architect of Ijoth-bridge, spent some dik)'� ir. town this week. Uunnor conneoto tlielr, visits with tlK1 proposed erection of the u?w hotel by T. Wilton and tl� business blocks of C. I tea oh and n. Marker nud others on 21th street. the Christian Guardian, tho o(l\c-inl organ of the Methodist Church in Canada, U arranging for special issue, whiih will deal largely wtUx Southern Allctrta. H�v. J. E. llugli-s>alh the pastor Will preach at Inith services. Subjects: 11 n.m., "The Urgency of Service." 7.SO p.m.. "The > Urgency of Salvation." Sabbath I ScJUool and Bible Classes at 3 p.m. i Class martinet at 10 A.m. ' A scries of dances are to b�> given in the Trades and I^abor .hall. Tho first will take place a week from to-night attd promises to be a most delightful nllalr. The floor Is flrst-Class and excellent music will be provided. Arrang^incntM Will bo made to teach novices the art of dancing and those who are anxious to learn how to dance the light fantastic should see about It that oven'ng. He v. J. 10. Ilughsoti conducted Missionary services on the Ixavings Mission on Sunday. Ills day's work was a fair sample of what the �vor-afcw Methodist minister on the country fields of tlw West Is doing Sabbath after Sabbath. He drove thirty-five inlles, gathered the people and h?ld senices wh'jrever lie could got a few' faitti.ies together, and finally got iMtck to Leavings in time 1 to conduct a service there in the j evening. He thinks that tho men ji\ho deserve the greatest credit ace It IS Certainly Time YOU HAD SOME New Furniture! Ant! you had better begin the New Year with it. Whether it is for parlor, din* ing room, library, sitting room kitchen or bed room, we h�v#H it in all grades and it almost any price. But no matter how" small the price our goods artf not t!ie flimsy, fall-apAtt sortf thoy are honestly made ana solidly put together. Come in and look through/ our Furniture stock. It costs nothing to look, and oar sales* men Will be pleased to show1; you through. BRODIE & STAFFORD ; iiAt the will Dap-Held on ' Tho not the preachers in towns an I cities, but these men who face storm and hardships to carry tho gospel to the lonely .settlors out in the foot hills and remote places. Ho found the people very eager for a religious service. A DK.VMATIC CM'H. On Monday a dramatic club was i organized in the city with those of- ' ucers: Hon. I'res.-(\ A. Mngrath. j President-Ilev! J. S. Chlvcrs. F.rst Vico.-Pres.- C V. V. Cony-iHMire, K. C. 2nd Vico-l'rCs.-V. 11. How-man. (i�ncral Manager-D. May. Sec. Troas.- Miss lk-ssio Stewart. Stagu Manager-T. E. l'attesoii. Musical Director-K. A. Cunning -ham. Pianist-II. ti. Meyrick. I Press ComnUltcv- W. Wilson Irwin, i.l. Irwin Eakln and A. W. 11 lugs Conunlttee of Managetnont. - Messrs. Ulakui, I'ntteson. Irwin, HUmgs and llarrop Hub.-coiiuuitteo Miss I'utteson, Mesdaines Itogers. lUvve. Xvalo and {Cunningham. ' lly-laws couuuittee - Messrs. Sheu j lly-laws couuuittee- Messrs Shearer, Kakiu and May. It was decided to give the first ; performance �s a two-night bill on ; Baater Mcnday and Tuesday follow-rtXkJ I iAg; plocwds in utd of Oult hospital A New Year Revelaticil it will be to you if you look at soHte of our model bathrooms where f�e have put in tubs, wasfatandfl, sh�fw-era nnd other fixtures and faclllUh for cleanliness and comfort. We mwe tho luxury of bathing a necessity and an everyday delight at Italia coM Ask us hoW little. C. W. GRAY h. m. mcfjuccn t, eo REAL ESTATE Have aonts eye ojient^s for this week Two lots, fifi x 120...............................$ 250 00 Three lots, 135x125, with small shack.............. 200 00 Two lots, 40x100. with 5 roomed house.............68d 00 One acre land nnd 5 roomed house................. 750 00 1 lots, 100x125, 7 roomed house, modern buth, fnraiiec, good stabling................................2700 OtJ 2 lots, 50x125,7 roomed house, modern good stabling. Central.....................................3100 00 IS lots, 7 roomed house, stabling..................3200 00 vicinity, and an article on the history of Methodism in this city. An art.cle will also be furnished on the Mormons, written by a well known lit.'rary man, who has' lived among them. A meeting of the shareholder* of the Woollen Mill Co. wus hold InM Thursday owning. Resolutions' were passed for the. issuing of debentures guaranteid by tlw cVty in the am -ount of ?10,00o, for the issuing oi $5)0,000 worth of proforrtKc shares and for the moving of the bueineee of tho coni|mny from Modioino li�t to Ix-lh'iridfie, and for changing the j name of the company in consonance I with tho change in location. The aOd ciiariwble work Tho title the play is tlu1 "Old Homestead, fiw-act tilelo-\lranm. of a KASTKll COXCr.UT. Fire, Life and Accident Insurance which otv thousand guests will lie | ftMthoriTOd capital- stock of tho com- pix's.'iit. Social e\r>iits of such inug-lli'tiKlo in a section of Canada that a few yisirs ago was conodecvl ls'yonil civilizutii.n are very impivssivo indications of the wonderful growth of tho great Canadian West. of which Tho High School Literary' Society held their first mooting last Friday. The new president. Philip Miobach, prestdoil. 'Iho Society decided to hold a concert at Kaster and will petition the School Hoard fur. asxis-tanno in purchasing music books for the Oleo Club. The money tlw Society earned selling tickets for the fICcllogg lecture will likely Isi dcvotixJ to this cause. Tho principal features oi the pro -gramme were tho debate that Lethbridgo is destined to Income a gnwvtcr city than Kdinonton. The hoys delated well, the atUriun-llve finally winning tl.o ltiile>. the new editor of Thu oy B-years of asu. Thi funeral took plaoe from her late residence1 this afternoon- to tho Public cemetery and'was ikttetvtl-1 trd 1 y the Knights of Pythias itnd Miners, in a body. | Tho pulpit of Wesley Church was I occupied on Sunday last by Itcv. Mr Mclwichlin of J>stvings. In tho i 1 absvneo of the (Ki-stor, Ilcv. .). B. '. HiiKliKon. who was exchanging with Mr. Mcljiclilin. Tlw reverend gen -llctnau pivach-?d tvo very able and forceful iliscoui'His., and at the -elose ; of eoplM who took part in j the programme ncouittod thwnsolveft I admirably. The numbers werw as ' fallows: "Diamond Cut Diamond, or ! Irish Paddy Itloke," a comedy; "T*w | ^ ,, ! Flower Queeu": "A ChriHmas Onia. . f� "l^h� C�W�'' h '^1^ 'bol' piano solo. Miss CunatiHfbam; " *?,U run, mf cure I duet. Misses Wright^and I H'^T " ^ , . - . i stnga" Preventlcs hood off all LOOK OUT FOR G- H* Johnston^ FEBRUARY SALE. Particulars later. Royal North West Mounted Police TENDERS FUR ICE. Tenders for and packing clear ice nt th' ! will le ivivi\ the supply, delivery, of fiO Ions of goothbiidgi�. si by lhe underslglie I in revival DKATII OF WM. KEHIt Win. Koi-r, oik; of the l>e-.t known and esteemed niciuliors of Ijethbrldge coltin-y of old tliu'rs, dlc.l on Mars of age and a native of Srotluiv.l ll.-had lived in this city U0 years an i up to his retirement n few years ago, had been engaged vith the A. ll: & I! Co. Tho family who niv left to monrn his tknnJse are Ucorgo. of thl Hudson Hay Grocery ilepurtinont, Kobt:. In the A It. & 1 shoiw; Wm ongitHVr In 'tlio l.undbreck mine, Allan at Kdinonton; and a sou in Montunu, Mrs. It. Watson, city, and Miss Annie ut home. up to noun oi Mon.lay. thi llthduy ol 1'ebitmry, 1P07. A li^e percent ;i|epoMt on total amount must accompany all tender*, whiih will 'm forfeited if tenderer fails ti> i'oliipl.'te contruet. .1 \S O W11. SON, Superintendent CoinmaiKliim "K'' Division ' Xo paper will bo paid for publishing this advertisement wlthi/ut, proper authority L OUR LETTER BOX. BALL of tho Lethbridge City Will tnko place on Monday, February II, 1907 in DLIVEirs HALL. Dout tiiii-s this, us it will be onw of the best events of the kind hfeld  luring the season, the proceedrto he devoted to the purchasiTof new uniforms. Kefreshinents nerved.. Tickets. *I50 The First Social DarJw will be given in the Trades and Labor Hall' Next Thursday, Feb.7/07 und every Thuwday tberenftor1. ISditor of.4he Herald: 1 Wholesale and Retail. Smith: pioiio duet. Misses IVivinu i and Piorcai piano duet, Miss and Master Miron. The east of the comedy was as follows: Paddy Make, A. Hoy; Solomon, A. Divine; N a thai; u. liakps; Isaac W. Oftwalt; Hob (clerk), V. Kenny: Judgu, M. Kosko* Judgo'u Clerks, F. Vantlghen andM. Miron: l'olicomen, J. ^^nlaghau and S. T'otrounla- Btago1 colds and Grippe, and perhaps save you from l�nouuionla or Uror.chitls. Preventlcs are littlo toothsome candy-cold cure tablets selling In 5 cent and 2d csnt boxes. If you are chilly begin tii sneeze, try Prevon -hey will surely cheek the cold please you. Sold by .1 1). Uig-Inhothaai & Oempnny. land 25 i ' If you t lies. T� and pl� Inhothai Xow that tlvere are to be new-, regu l.itions regarding hotnesteading. why should not nn additional clauso bo inserted in tho statute allowing women tho privilege of homesttsulliig if t'5�ey fulfil tho requirements of thi. Jaw- It need net bo for widows alone, the door is thrown open, women, oven If not married or widows, �have io live. There is a cry over the western prairies tor women, and surely women's hoiuetwiklng capabilities would (Jood dancing floor. First cljUs music and a good time Assured! All those wish ing lo take dancing lessons will kindly make niv rnngements that evening. AJmiision Fes, 30c. T. W. Hanbaba^ Ofiis Neidig, make bright spots over tho lovely prairies. Is this suggestion worthy ot con*' sidcration? . T. �. ;