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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 500 Yards of Real Scotch s--Your Choice fOn it. - =i i Saturday at 10c per . shelves to be sold at Iheli- regular prices. . ,,. , Towelipg at 8c yd. Good QiiaUty Hax ToweUujf, : 16 JSoli�s -wide, ten litecei to ol�ar ftatatday. Regular lOe' and aSHc yaloe. Pillow Cases 15c ea. U.' llBBSt*! guantlty./bf PUIow oastB. l*ft�y to use. 'Good sllte. ,A s|)bcip](foT one ^ic only. 15c. ;4ftfeL Lawn 12 l-2c Victoria. Itfwn, full 40 inches 7 yds, Ma4%polaa $1 �mtte&Ci^tojj^ Regnlad -'200:* yai�; ia�eejial JSainrdar-: 4 pHoe^r4jfa^d8)i|R.o(^^ Some Genuine Linen Torchon Laces 'for Sc A snap Ui pure linen a-orqftop. InssTtioas. and jAoe*. .A. aplendid in earing laoe f6r underwear etc. VaJue up to 15(}- Speciitl prloe ffc for Saturday dniy-^"........ � " Dresses Direct From New York Makers $3 Turkish towels 25c ' TupMsli Towels, good size, in daA and medhm shade, fringed ends. Begnlar 10�, Cashmere Hose 25c , -..^hUdrenk'B ' altwo;i;4Aqother shipment of those TaU the fdo'jblespft collars, ;M muslin,' 6r stripes-all sizen, 34 to 42, Todte's Fine ;^aiBbrifc Shirts - Also ! A JargfrShiMent of English SJiiite io 17 fi?^ Stock'npt-J^pllttll .,_ v/hen you �&at-they -were' SoiJie AtimnlTi* top coats for ai; pioomfr pa.9t�'stri*s_^for^boys i^ei-/. fn *o�^;;".erp^aVd t*o,ds. Hosgii:|^liiiair" \\�. 1 >ive search^ ae,marjtH~*or'a good strjong cdtton'Jtose, to sell at 3ocpAmiu -�^M0'''S^n-WiOr-TLess Store ftie mmenof this very Yardage Merchandise Totalling sayings of one-third to one-half die regular selling prices of every inch dip Yard Goods Throughout The Store IncliLdiiig all dress-goods and silks, till --trimmfpigs and laces, all coUous and slieetings,- all prints and oing|?^hl% tawns^ and mnlls, all nuisM-ns and Avasli godds, all ai|^aMimsV^^-' , and sateen.?, all flannel^'and flannelettes damasks, all ciirLaiu sorims and mad � laoes. ,' � -  "'. f _ � � � ' ' " . '' � ' We're going out of Dusiuess eutirely as.fai' as all yard goods are conceritefl,' and ex erytbiiig- is mai'ked ijt a ., price we know,^AyiIl move it.quickly and regardless ^ , of value or oi^ikinal costji. Shop in tlie morning. / .i � �In'fout" -aprendidly "equipped R�ady-to-7W�t(p,ynci;-Mjiynery Sections. ^Sp^'$22.50, -Ni^'s&ges/.dg, *eU aB.ljgltt'and medV.S^ ium cbWred' twee,di, *6very mkodel new*,?^ this season. ^'--i . ; ' ' Trimi^ed Hats |3.45 Vklues Worth ut^-td'ltd.OO-'-'' '  Atopt - atrraCtlve -and" beppmin^, stylles in a splendid se'lectionof'large and smttU �; shapeg and-' all .icolorft, ,^': ^ ^1 ft THE OffEST mil mm MR.: M'acleq^ E&r Said thiit When 'Judg^ he Wfas , . Ui4air to^'th?^ Cattle ^ ^Rusllei-s, ^NBY DAYTON WAa,:S.WEPT:4W4S' . jVIaoleod, Apnl 'i.-r-It,'remamed 'for L. S.-Gowe, the e'ditox .ot.'the Spec-' reason:i-wliy Mr. saton.rsliould''fcc/dft-teated.s'^Speaklngiat :a Conaeryathro; meeting In Orlons's scKoor ""last night Mr. Gowe said that ail 'the premier had ever done for Macleod .was that; ^hen hte was; chief; justice *he imposed " unfair 'aridiheavy .Vsen'." tences ott> cattle.: rlistler,s;^^; 'jMr' Go'we also said'that Meisris' Sirton, Maishall aiid-'Poyle wcrenien' 'of no earthly ability and all they !i wanted office lor ,was/',^"n^ake .mon^ ey. �V-,_- � ' � � The meeting-wa^^ji^caUed � by. . -Mri Patterson, and. beslde^-.*.the"tca3itlida:te; 'the opposition wa!i'.j5�|>iiorted by'Mr. Gowt and Mr. Fa^eHi! ;fha Uberat; (speakers ; were MtBf Js^'^Sl. ^McDonald^ a.'id lilr,. VV. Tuniftr, ft. iUii�at3elBhJ)orlu)Qa made a T---^-......"I-"1......1-" 'fir'"'"^ bolt In terror, and several ;''V6lll(Sle& wp.re upset. The whole side'of'the muldlng shows signs of ""the biej^t, and the fanlight over 'thji fehlipping dooi was shattered. (Special to tJiP^Herald)., � Macleod, Apni ^j-tf WW)!': brewing m the loi^i ^?n�,t^''*^y^ doramittee rooms,;; friends among the| him down almost date opposing Prcm., ridmg, is almost hp receives many m that at his meeting , ^ the farmers of Ostq^ that he will quit. more evidences of ,1 assurance 61 succor: the bogus bomestQt the district can fete" ,', A meeting was h ! night in favor of" j-'WitU hi,m^ as (speak' Fa'wcett and L, S. ^ tlie Macleod' Spepta',^*..., tion invited ,ihe ^l^^fM ''spB�\,kers, and '-ihef' too-good to',migS'," aid aftd Mf.,Turner IMj. Turner's presence was a knockout blov/ to Mr. Patterson. It was, wr Tuiner who did morp than any-; thing elfce to elect Mr.^ Patterson l,\^h^%n the lattei gentleman ran as an ^^Ik^ lull was 'frnwded''lo capacity night aV Rathwell, while Mr. Pafc^ terspn will "address; the farmeis at Mud Lake: Mr Tjir;ier' will be at Mud Lak^i'also. , ^ .,Tho4fodS' Q� m:is. W, H McBain of, 'Ma!ao(5''-'�a$ '^un'd ij^ a cre'sk. /, collar once that lie started".-to, >i,aiip ^ofl his coat and threateded 'someone with awful tilings. Mr/Tui:-5 ieiS'had *all Ah'e. bebt ol the ^ipcetingf;;!, fbifhe 'told in a straightfo'rwar^l'AVajr'a wny'iie Buppo'j;ted Mr Pattei:ppn.,dn-, ide&ndent, and is now out to^;;*.'�'the'< k'&top* Na.ty^'!DI�oltarfle,-Clear� Stiirf�l.,p9n'4tra]es fUrtdf'llA^lH the Inllamgd i ia.fci .:..ctears": iho, fAlVje.' ...................jtei*.'i�