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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta I lUliiy, April 25,1913 THE LKTHBUIDGiJ WAIJt^Y HERALI) --_______ ^ ^1 t^M^M^^ - X - - - omorr r Tomorrow night wo close our doors on the most remarkahlo Sale in the store's hisitory. E.^ery day the store has been packed to the doors. Hundrodii have b^en turned away- much to our sorrow-but wfe are going to do all in our poAver /to,give you a better service tomorroy, the last day-if find the door looked, 'Must stick arotind ^^'^^ '^^^'^^ von 30on jis the crowd is waited upou.^ Come expecting big bar- rams ''A nd still they come A nd still the. wonder grew, That one small store Could do the''Biz' we do. � � i Witli apologies to ex-Mayor lialcii. wo quote-''Ladies and (lontlenion, wc* are making) histoi^v toda\^"-vcs. I hats' what Ave are doing*, wo avr uuikiiig* hi.slory, bnl blame little money :-so our competitors will say, when they read over this \fmt list of Challenge Sale Bargains. It luvs taken a whole year to drill this truth into the citizens of Lethbridgo-we sell for less -but now they realize our motto means just wiuit it sa}'^. m Never Before and Never These Prices Put Even the Read Carefully Every Opportunity Knocks But Hard Time Prices - A Penny Your Last Big Mail Order Houses to Article-For these Offers Once At Your Door- Savecl Is A Penny Eairned am - Chance Shame Cease Tomorrow Night Hustle Down Tomorrow 10c HAIR NETS-The kind other storsB sell for 10c-with or without elastic* On Sftle, THEBE FOR.................. SAFETY PINS-^Worth Be a paper; every elze; BoHd braes pins.-While th�y last. THREE FOR......................... HOOKS AND EYES-White only, medium bIzob; clearing at Half Price. Tlvro papers for................................. HOSE SUPPORTER�-All sizes for Children; black only; regular 2Bc. While thoy iBBt ............................. HOSE SUPPORTERS-For women, black and colored; pad and four elastics. Reg. OCf% ular 40o and 50c .................... CwC PEARL BUTTONS-Extra quality, sold all over the west for 16o dosen. Our sale Price............................ TALCUM POWDER-Absolutely pure. Lilac perfumed. A 40c pound tin on Sale at................................ SHOE LACES - Extra strong, Mohair Shoe Laces; worth Go a pair. Ton pafra for.......... ;................... SEAMLESS HOSE for only-good value at now............. Women, all 25c. i siKes; black 15c CHILDREN'S SOCKS, fine lisle and cotton, sky, pink, tail, white or black. Clearing per pair .................... 15c MACO COTTON HOSE-Either tun or black; Ladies 'sizes only. Regular 35c and . ^j^Q 40c; Clearing price SILK HOSE-Worth 75c a pair; extra heavy, double silk lisle lop. On sale �........................... 50c "CUMFY-CUT" VESTS for Women, the no sieovc lisle vests, that will not slip off the OCm shoulder......................... COC GUAZE COMBINATIONS bargain; 5 dozen only, last................. for Women, While they a dandy 35c CORSET COVERS-10 dozen, good cerviceablo covers; I�Lce trimmed, will be on sale at................................ Help Wanted Temporary position for three or four experlencad salespeople-alto two good drassmakers to alter dresses and sult^-^ must b� able to do first class work In a hurry. 25c 25c QIRLS' DRAWERS-A special lisle knit drawers; open knee, 2 to 10 years size .. NIGHT QOWNS-Fine sheer muslin, slip over' style. About three dozen, worth up ^ 4 OJC $3.36; on sale..................... 91 -CP GAUZE DRAWERS-for Ladies, also u line of Ladles' Balbriggan Vests. Clearing at ......................... 35c SILK KIMONAS-Perfect beauties. Your last-chance to buy them as low as ,......,........*........... CLOTH SKIRTS-new thla Bprlug-"tweeds worsteds, and serges. $8.00 val- U08 for ..................... CHILDREN'S DRESSES-Whiter only, slightly soiled; values up as high as $1.50 2 to 7 year size .................... SPRING COATS-Made from liiion, also a few Ladies' silk coats. ' $10 and $15 values for..................... GINGHAM DRESSES-Also many new linens, Ohambrays, and fancy cords. now........................ SATIN SKIRTS-A good serviceable underskirt; Regular $3.50; clearing at.............................. BOYS* BLOUSES-A new Aniericun Shirt Waist for boys 2 to 14 years; On Sale....................... ALL OUR WAISTS for Women, ailk.s, linens, muslins-your last chance to buy them at 20 Per Cent off the regular nnarked prices. $4.85 ug--'tweeds $3.95 slightly 50c $8.00 ?.\\ linens, $2.75 Linderslclrt; $2.85 t Waist 90c ENGLISH PRINTS-The kind we will sell on Monday for 15c; Your lant chance tomorrow at ............................. 9c BED QUILTS-The Inflt of those $1.25 wliite Bod QuUtH, only a dozen; While they last............................... 95c SCOTCH GINGHAMS-Be early for they are pretty well gone, the 15c kind; On Sale for............................... 9c BLACK SILK-Two special lots, black brc'i;aded Silk; worth $2.00, $2.50; On Sale A A at per yard....................... ^ I nUU FANCY NECKWEAR-The finest collection of Neckwear ever brought to this city at o-tc/ $1.10 )11aT ^t- 76 e �^.�^ qufllity $1.00 ure^ Forty SI .00 25c a saving of CORSETS-Odd lines of 75c. $1.00 and $1.25 values; sizes 19 .to 26 only. Clearing �Lt........... 65c TORCHON LACES-The last of those German Laces; all pure linen, worth 8c to IBc. for .................................. - ^ w ^ w m w 5c Co VEILINGS-^Different Khadea; values up to Guc; Win be on sale Tomorrow 15C The Sell-For-Less Store at................................ CURTAIN SCRIMS-All thoao handsome American scrims, 35c and 40c; on sale WAIST FRONTS-Embroidered Mull Fronts; Regular $1.25 and $1.50. To clear at ...........*. .............. 28c Blouse 95c OVERALLS-Poabody'B famous Ameiican ipade OverAllfl. black drill. Also a few plain blueB and Btripee. All sizes up to 40 for........................ . SATEEN SHIRTS-Heavy quality with rCoUar fet taohed. Sizes up to IB'^. Regular $1.00, for......................... CASHMERE SOCKS-The regular 85 cent quslity linen heel and toe. On sale at FIVE PAIRS FOR ................ SOCKS-Cotton and cashmere mixture^ Forty dozen to clear at SEVEN PAIRS FOR ............ EXCELDA HANDKERCHIEFS-Large stse, a� sorted borders. Regular 15c. FOiJR FOR ...................... LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS-Large size, hemstitched. Regular Ib^c and 20c vailueB Clearing at .......................... PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS-Light weight, sold for 50 oenls to 60 cents In all stores. Our price......................... SUSPENDERS-Resembling the PresMent mnym, and Just as good. On sale at ...... . .............. RAINCOATS-Sizes 38 to 44; best Kngliah make. A regular $15,00 article everywhere. We have only a dozen to sell and for a quick Sale, your choice ................ Delivery Boys Wanted We want a couple of bright, honeft boys, who know the city-to deliver parcel until 10 o'clock Saturday night. Boys over 12 year* preferred. WORKING UP WAR SCARE New York, April 25.-A Paris cable Says : "Fresh impetus was given to the European war scare today by the announcement in Echo d Paris that the French government has begun preparations to move 200,000 additional troops to the German fronticc and that all forts on the eastern border will be Btrangthonod." 1 DENIES THE RUMOR Calgary, Aiiril -^\^ice-PreBldent David McNicol, of the C. P. R., who' passed through Calgary, en route to the east today, denies that he is about to retire. f I ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^1 � - L. IE UH FIGH MR, JONES OFFERS $100 ONE WHO CAN MAKE GOOD ON CHARGE TO I P 4 , USE OF \ \ is adapted to a great diversity of purposes: Gas is used for power in Gas Engines. Gas is used for Cooking, being the ideal fuel for this purpose, saving time, money and tf�mper, and the food is cooked better. Gas is used for incandescent lighting, being the cheapest lighting medium known except the Sun, and it approximates the nearest to Sunlight in quality of any artiiicial light. With a hitter fi^ht in store between the Socialists and some of the ofTicials of District No. 18, U. M. W. of A., arising out of the election Campaign, J. 0. Jones, the labor candidate at the election in this city has addressed the following letter to the Herald in order to fihow the tactics used by some of his opponents in ordor to discredit him in ;his appeal to the labor vote : Lethbridge, April 24. Editor Herald : Noting in the , -SVews" of Wednesday 16th. that j the Sociah'sts, at their meeting on ithe previous evening, had stated that i I had written a letter to a man 'named Carter. Conservative organizer, oilering to give my services to the Conservative party, I offer.$100 tov/ards tlie Lothbridge Hospital if 'anyone will produce sucli letter. Hoping that those who have circu-(lated such reports will donate $5.00 to the same cause tor failure to prove their untruthful statements, T ' am,  FnithfuHr, J. 0. Jones. gard to the treatment and nianai^e-ment of patients m thest; institutions. Dr. McNeill will visit Toronto, Mon-treal, New York, Baltimore. Philadelphia, and possibly other ;>]Hces on this continent. Later he will proceed to lilurope for the same purpose. He has already spent some timti inspecting the Maiiitoha asylum at Brandon and ihe Alberta sylum at Ponoka. It is the aim of the provincial government to provide not only the best equipped Rsylum building in Canada, but to put into effect in the management of that institution the very lat- es and inos approved methods of treatment of those unfortunates who must of necosalty be housed therein. ... Crows neet pass........... pany, asked for information concerning the coat of futl and proflu from the business with the Great Northern Railway, but the preflident was unwilling to give the information. Mr. W. R. Wilson, general manager of the company. roiKirted the mince to be in good condition, and the outlook for the future to be bright, ''The Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co," he said "have a property whose Intrinfiic value has never been truly appreciated until today." Hon. Robert Jafl^ay offered a proposal that the minority shareholders should bo represented on the Board of Directors, and two names were submitted. This was not agreed to, however, and the retiring directors were re-elected, as follows; Ellas Rogers, E. G. Whitney. J. P. Graves, W. H. Robinson, Dr. GoldwJn Howland, Col. W. P. Clough and H. B. McOIvern. Wilson Freeland, a 8t Thomas ecu-tractor, is dead. St. Thomas Y. 31. C. A, rAi�e