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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta 8HHHHHHIIIIBIIJ As We Intend Doing business After Our Ten Days' Sale Our sale is In the hands of Wm. C. Liphardt, who will give you value for your money and just as cheap and probably cheaper than you can buy elsewhere. Below we quote you some of our sale prices. Compare them with others. ^ One big lot Ladies' and Gents' chains, fine assortment, Keguhir 1 Price, $3.50 to $5.00, Sale Price............................S WATCHES � CLOCKS Lailies' and Gents" watches. Regular Price. $0.50 to $1-2.(X). Sa!.> Price..............................:..............2.70 to Sl.35 20 and 25 year Gold Filled Case, (Ladies or Gents) iitted with best American uioveinents, Regular Price, $18.00 to $25.00 Sule Price;'...........................................S8.00 to $11,00 20 year Gold Pill�l Gents' 17 jewel Elgin, Regnlnr Price, $18.00 Sale Price................................................S9.50 Ladies' and Gents solid gold Highest Grade movonient^ Regtilar Price, $35.00 to $90.00, Sale Price..................$15.00 to $35.(Xl Alarm Clocks, Rogulai' Price, $3.00 and $1.75 Sale Price .$1.45 and 8i5c 8 day, i iiour strike, in Solid Oak or Walnut case, with alarm attachment, worth $�i.OO; Sale Price..........................$2.G0 Mantel Clock, very fine, 8 day i|hoar strike, .cathedral gong, mar-bleized wootl and tine wall clock, Regular Price,$]0.(X> to $19.00 S.Hle Price..........................................$4.00 to $9.00 SILVERWARE Silverware, Berry Spoons, Meat Forks, Cut Glass, Sterling Silver Novelties, at greatly reduced prices. 1 lot of Ladies, and Gents' chains, Regular Price, $5.50 to $10.00 Sale Price....................*................... 2 00 and 4 85 Chatelaines, worth 1 50 to 3 50, Sale Price,..............35c to 1 25 Large and choice assortment of Plain and Gem Rings, worth from -3 00 to 6 00, Sale Price......................,............ 1 75 Diamonds to' Itt^ sold at Actual Cost. Bracelets, Brooches, Necklets, Titfany Ware, Tie Pins, Cutf Links in fact the entire stock at prices never before heard of. All goods marked in blain figures, these are prices so low that the stock will move quickly. Come Early and Remember Only TEN DAYS Thursday, May 3 Also keep in mind that we intend to remain in business, and will stand at the back with our guarantee MM. C. L-I WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER LETHBRJDCE, ALTA. a�:�iii�miMia8 it". wc:3t LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING COMPANY, LTD MANUFACTURERS OF x%e Lager, Beer, lie afld Porter THE BKST ly THE WEST All orders sent to the Brewery will receive prompt attention- CIGARS THREE FOR 25c I MARGUEBITE JAP EL PRESIDENT LAFORTUNA PHAROAH SEE OUR FINE LINE OP C*a�*. PlayiAf Carat. Dice. PolwrChipt, Snuff. Fine Cut f ^ Chewing. British Consul Smokinf, Craven Mixture. Try � Smolie of GALLAHCR'S Mixture Tobacco. i I Wallace (EX Hoselton | iKOofENAYi * -........ - s Simpson A Co. � Manufacturers of  Marble and Granite  MARBLE I WORKS  Shackleton innnnnncr S MONUMENTS  Wliulcsule and Detail : NELSON.BC:  B.C.MOORE.Lo6alAgt SADDLES Attride and Stock SINGLE - HARNESS Good atoek of Farm Har-ness on hand; uIbu a fnli line o f Trnnks aud Vuiises ill stock.. We guarantee Good Qnality and Good Work PI lis PIONEER MEATIIIARk^ AT NUMBER THREC This market is equipped to meet : the popular demand of tho" the district. Horner i Hutchison AT CHURCH Oddfellows' Hold Annual ChurchParade SERMON BY REV. A. M. GORDON On the Subject (�r Friendship-Vihie of True Friend mtO HOPKINS!, * nor. DRAY INC All kinds of Draying and Team work done promptly. STKAW FOR SALE EA9L KIEKHAM Read the Herald Ads. The IiKlcpomlent OniJcr of Oddfe'l. lows hcl!,'t thoir annuaJL church parade to Knox cUurch la.st .Sunday morti-infj. There was a good attewlsnce. Itev. Mr. Gordon took as his tlieme, "Kriendship.'i" In scripture, the classical instance of friendship is that of David and .fcnaitban. one of 'the mos'l bf^airtiful fri�Dd9bi>ps ihait ever exisifd. In contrast to this frien';1.9h'ip we ihavc the friendship sho�r� to Job bs. ithrce I'riotids, who provotl thcoiscU-es miserable ccnforters, twcauae 'they lack-fd real sympathy, ilnd 'in st.Ml more striking contrast^is itbe lx�l�avi�ur of many so-cnllcd friends 'today, who are no-tihing "more than 'boon companions. (>ar ilw other Itaml, a trua fpientl is ono oi the choioest trcasr irars a man can possess. Now what are bhe links in Vitis gol^n oho'in of friendslvip. The answer is giiyon in tlie rnotto of the Oddfellows. Tl�e th'.'ce links in - Fellowship, Love and Truth. Fellowship, on communion, nwans to ihold somotli/ng in commtMi, All guil'-i-s, rlubs, unions, fimterni'tii^, from our Ijord's iday to 'tins, try to foster ttino'ivg -Uto niemtbeifi the spirit 01' l.>rot'lv.7rM'nws c�n ilxfnefit each other in l'h. In iho .song (�f .songs .rt gives us a l>eaiitifu| love .songi. ijlut love a� an elonirii'i of �:'ver.\- {rif'ndsliip, is iiatJter the lovo ibfvwceii mvan wnd inan. ,Thi� Uovi; is licHl itk'scri'bed in the account of I.^uvifl and innathonv. TIk? sodI of mail i.s knit \� ith Hic soui of his frion.-.l. Suoh a frit'nd.ship, liklj a ship's cable, coinposoil of tAvo or njoi'P .stran'iis, ran .staii'd a iica\'y. .str.iin. In fiuoli u friwKlship Ww liigho.st degree of -Uumnn love i� found-a man Is willing e'voii 'to I�y �lown li'is life for Jvis friend. ,'l>his 'is illu-i-lrat't�d in the clussieal stoiy from whi(^^l a kindi-od sooiot.v, tlHi't .)f i'iio IvnIgh'l.n oi' t'.V'tihi�s, takt's its name. Ife vtixo han known suqU a frieii'd.yhip cna best uiwk;rst.and thoit slmi>lp,st, sniyiimest dolinit^iom of the Vlmigjlity, "''Ood is Love." I'l'rulh i.i'iblK' thii'd link in hc Hisses Etta Clark, O, A. Ives, Edith R. His and Florence Rql>inso Stafford............... 32.97 Drygoods Einporiimi:............ 10.05 Hiirlson's Boy Co............... 1.55 �. L. Vrooomn..,............... 8.40 S't��nc>orgier Hendry Co......... 10.00 Sherlock Freeman Co... ......... 05 [llentley Co........................... 2.00 C. W. fJray.................. ........ 1.00 The question of ei�ctint{ a^priviato telephonic line bctux>en 'I'he tJontral tfind Wostniinstcr schools was left in abeyance. The public sciio�il principal pre-sentwi the following report for April: CE.VTRAL SCHOOL. 1906. 1005. Enrolled.....................396. 376 Average nttondancc ...358:4 230.5 Percent.................... 87.51 83.1 WiCSTMlNSTEH. Fini-ollod.................. 86 ^81 Average......... ....... 58.8 56.0 Per cent:.......... ......... (18.4 �9.4 Tlie totat cnrotiment for tlie year to date is ma. Ijost year tlie %-ures wore 397. FINE iCLASS OF NICW SE'rTLEHS "SouUi Alberta will always welcome fett'lors cf 'Hw typo of Wilfrid Burns; .Christian I'^ngon and Sicvcr Hcnson, vitto came to town from Elm Lake, ltinni!sota, on Tuesday. Tlio Herald inaii �aw tlwni while thoy wore im-ioadinff ihc4r effects, and ho woa Qliickly impressed with the intelll-ganct) (A the new connars. Tlicy ore nil m?n who ' have ibcen succesiltul farmers ia Mianesota, and they The ranchers in this district are signing a petilion-addressofl to the Clovernor-OetieKil. siceking tdvo graiJl-ing of tlva following privi'leges: t.-if tiie stockmen Imve no grazing ivscrve set aside lo cmaible thorii to limit the amount of .stock they handle, they will 'have to make great sacrifice to dispose of them. 2. If a grazing i-eserve was obtained for a period of yenii?. the stockmen, by comMned action, could run t'hcir stoder-nblo 'to 'this countr.v, as will be seen by the ani.xod sigimtuivs. 6. fhe pa.S't two or 'Ihite years has demonstrated to the rancher and round-r>p ^foreman, that it is no.vt 'thing to impossrble 'to 'gather his stock in a country 'that is dotted with farms and fences, o\on tlioiigh there arc tracts of grazing land in same. 7. It 'has also ^ycca dcmonstra'ted that a country dottod with farms, fences and dogs is., not t'onduciw to the raising of Vxxii. 8. It is not the &is�h of the stockmen to retard settlement, but as a safegtiard they ai-e asking for such concessions.-- 9. The Vvholesale speying c* heifers o'ud the disposi'ng of everyithi'iigthat is l>eef, in the marketing season, fciiows- th�t tlKj stockmen is losing onfidenco in the indu.stry, an (^loanest and brighteat shop In Sonthern Albertn. GEO. HOUK A. EASTON & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF HARNESS, SADDLES. AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES. I ROBES. WHIPS. TENTS. AWNINGS. WAGON I COVERS. HAY AND GRAIN. ETC/ Th* Lib�rols will stand by the in-creast^ indemnity to Senators and M. P.'s.'' MlMr4's Llilaent l� Mscd ky PbyniciM* We Ituvo just received a large shipment of Lawn Hose. We can fill ypiir requirements in I Hose, Nozzles, Reels, Etc. || Your lawn and trees need water, and carrying water is a hard ami slow job. Let ns bodk your orders, and you are snre of the Best Material and Prices. HicK & WaKelyl The Leading Tinners, Plumtiers, Steam and Hot Water Fiiters. Telephone m ;