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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALI> Tnemlay, Align*! 20. 1�)J2 JEo qL .n. ilL SPECIAL ATW 9 That is of great importance to fair visitors and citizens alike. It's a money-saving proposition to all. This is the most important sale announcement of a month that is rife with sales, ft is more than a sale, it's an event, and we cordially invite citizens to bring their visiting friends, not only to purchase, but to inspect the most complete stock of Dry Goods, Furniture, Carpets, Gents' Furnishings, Ladies' and Gents' Boots and Shoes displayed in this large and beautifully lighted store, the most up-to-date in Alberta. Exhibition Ribbon Special 75 pieces of pure silk taffeta ribbon in shades of pink, sky, cream and others; also black or white, worth 20c Special at....................12^2C Exhibition Corset Special 300 pairs of the famous' Directorie Corsets, made: of fine CoutiUe, perfect fitting, rust proof, fitted with 4 garter straps, Special ........... 95c Exhibition Sale Motor Scarfs Beautiful long wide chiffon scarfs, with satin borders in Alice Blue, Champagne. Grey, White, Cream oi Black; Special ... .......... 75c Exhibition Special Ladies' Sweater Coats A splendid line of these. A special purchase of fancy kuitt pure wool coats, Norfolk style, high neck and coat collar. Special ......... $3.00 Exhibition Special Sheeting; 10 pieces of heavy twill sheeting 2 yards wide. Easy to bleach, regular 35c for .................... 29c. A Clean-np of Silk Waists Come and get your pick of these odd Waists. Some taffeta, pailette. Pon- gee or Shantung silks, in shades of navy, garnet mauve, olive, old rose, and white; various sizes. Values up to $fi.50 to clear at ........... $3.75 Exhibition values from our Famous Staple Department & 15c Flannelette For 10c 4L' pieces of extra wide soft finished .English and Canadian makes, in fancy stripes, plain in pink, blue or white; a snap, regular 12 l-2c and loc. for 10c. Exhibition Table Cloths Special 40 only, heavy Damask Table Cloths in rich floral designs with drawn stitched borders, lit; x 86; Regular ?2.00 for ...................... $1.75 Exhibition Sale of Sheets Good size. made of pure round thread, cotton, fully bleached, hemstitched, ready for use. Special per pair ........................ $1.85 Skirts at.........$2.50 About 75 handsome white Cambric skirts, trimmed with Torchon lace, and embroidery insertions; values up to $8.50 for .................... $2.50 Ladies' Vests for . . . 15c. This is no ordinary i5c vest, but vests in plain and ribbs, made of fine Egyptain cotton lace, and rib bon trimmed, worth 25c to 30 for 15c Exhibition Sale of Ladies' White Wear 200 pairs of Ladies' fine Cambric drawers, open or closed styles; embroidery, lace of tucked styles; values up to $1.50 for per pair ........ $1.0C Exhibition Sale of Lin-grie Blouse* and Waists All odd lines of ladies' lawn and muslin waists; long, medium and short sleeves; also fancy chambray waists; regular $1.50, $1.75, $2.00; to clear at...................... $1.25 Exhibition Sale of Prints A , full stock of real old English prints, light, medium and dark, 27 in. wide, fast colors; values loc for 12t2c A new arrival of Children's and Misses' Fall Coats and Reefers. Bring the kiddies in. Exhibition Pillow Case Special 100 dozen of splendid pillow cases, made of a splendid full bleached cotton, hemstitched, full size; Special each ........................ 25e. Exhibition Sale of Turkish and Huek Towels Upwards of 100 dozen large size Turkish towels in fancy stripes of red and blue, Huck towels are red border and fringe; pure linen, per pair 35c A FINAL CLEAN-UP IN LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS, DRESSES SKIRTS, COATS AND UNDERGARMENTS After the most successful season in our history, we are determined to clean every garment out. A CLCAN-UP OF ONE* PRICE DRESSES-One only. Princess,dress, pink Tndia lawn, richly trimmed embroidery and lace insertion, $12.50 for ..$7.25 One muslin (same as above) ............................ $tf.00 for ..$5.00 One-handsome Champagne Princess dress, trimmed with Cubian insertion, regular $15.00 for ........................................... $10.00 One only pink poplin dress, $15.00 for ........................... $10.00 One only llelo satin drill dress. $6.50 for ........................... $4.25 About 3d Ladies' White Lawn and Muslin one-piece dresses in various styles ol rich embroidery or lace trimmings; priced from �10.00 to $30.00; on sale at from........................................ $6.00 to $18.00 each A BARGAIN IN SUMMER DUST STREET OR MOTOR COAT, did you say. Well call and see the small price we have put on Luster Serge and Pongee Silk Coats, up to the "moment in style, but they have to go to see them. A HALF-PRICE SALE OF ODD LINES OF LADIES' DRESSES, SKIRTS, SILK AND OTHER WAISTS, LACE, COATS, GIRDLES AND LADIES' NECKWEAR NOW These are odments. it's true, but you can pick out. sonic, wonderful bargains at half their regular marked price. First come gets the best pick. JUST ARRIVED / Our first shipment of new Fall Dress Skirts in the new long waist effects. Tailor made and trimmed in button and (trapping effects; Voiles, serges and whipcords In black, navy, greys and tan*. _$7.50 to $12.00_ A SALE OF OXFORD SHOES All of the best Oxfords in Tan, Oxblood, Patent and some odd pairs, high, medium and low heel, laced, button, and buckles in tho lot; all sizes. Regular $3.00 to $3.50 for per pair................$2,75 We are noted throughout Alberta for carryin gthe largest aad highest class stock of ladies" ready-to-wear garments in Alberta. Rain coats, Suits, House, Party or Street Dresses; Suits, Coats, Skirts and Furs and give you the greatest values. Exhibition of Furniture Department WE HAVE WITHOUT DOUBT THE LARGEST AND BEST EQUIPPED DEPARTMENT IN THE CITY. JUST PAY A VISIT TO OUR THIRD AND FOURTH FLAT-TAKE THE ELEVATOR- AND INSPECT THREE CAR LOADS OF HANDSOME HIGH GRADE MAHOGANY, BUFFET AND DINING TABLES, FUMED OAK, GOLDEN OAK MISSION DINING ROOM FURNITURE MAHOGANY FRAMED WALNUT, OAK DRESSERS , STEEL BED COUCHES, 14, 18 AND 22; KINDEL BEDS A DAVENPORT !N DAY TIME A COMFORTABLE BED AT NIGHT $40.00 to $95.00 SPRING COTS AND MATTRESSES COMPLETE, $4.75 WE CARRY EVERYTHING THAT GOES IN THE MAKE-UP OF A FIRST-CLASS FURNITURE STORE PRICES ARE O. K. VISITORS AND OTHERS CORDIALLY INVITED TO INSPECT SECOND AND THIRD FLOOR. The Old Reliable" 3rd Ave., LETHBRIDGE E. J. HILL & CO. "House of Satisfaction 3rd Ave., LETHBRIDGE BEE STING CAUSED DEATH Vancouver, Aug. 19/-Ten days after ha had been stung ,by bees, Frederick Quatqr died last night in the General Hospital. Exoept for a brief hour of consciousness on Wednesday, he has been insensible ever since. The physicians are unable to find aj medical precedent for his case, blam- > ing his death on the few bee stings he i suffered, but are'Vt a loss to account J otherwise for his .death. To remove a fishbone from the throat cut a lemon in halves and suck the juice slowly. This will dissolve the fishbone and give instant relief. The thags who did the killing In the New York Police murder. Left to right.-"Gyp, the Blood," alias Harry Horowitz; "Whitey Lewis," alia* Frank Muller; "Dago Frank" alias Frank Cirofici; and "Lefty Louie," alias Louis Rosensweig. AN UNWRITTEN PAGE OF CANADA'S HISTORY Mr. Farmer! Do you wish to make your Xi<*kles and Dimes do Dollar Service 1 If so. call at v For Tinware. Enamelware, Hardware and Jlouse Furnishings; Crockery and China ware, Drv Goods, and Notions. NOTHING OVER 25(\ An unwritten page in the history of Canada has just been revealed in a letter written by Sir Charles Tupper to AI. K. YV. Villeneuve, of Montreal, concerning the monument to Sir Geo. E'.ienu-e Cartier. In his letter Sir Charles speaks of the formation of the government after Confederation, thus giving to Canada and- Canadians the first authentic story of this work, and the sacrifice made by him to help his two friends, Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir George Ktienne Cartier, 'to term the cabinet. The letter is as follows: "I have more than once shown my appreciation of that great statesman, Sir George Etienue Cartier, during his lifetime. "After meeting the delegates on Confederation, at Charlottetown, Halifax, St. John, Quebec and London, I formed the opinion that the combination of John A. Afacdonald and Geo. E. Cartier was essential to the best Interests of Canada. When Sir John A. Macdonald was called upon to form the first government of the Confederation, I was invited to assist and to bring Mr. Archibald, the leader of the opposition to my government, with me. Mr. Cartier said that he must have two Krench members with him. Gait was Indispensible as the representative of the English in Quebec, and D'Arcy McGee was the only representative of the Irish Catholics. Messrs. Hoyland and Macdougall refused to join the administration unless Ontario hiul a larger number of ministers than Quebec, as they would not otherwise carry Ontario. Sir John said that a3 Nova Scotin and New Brunswick must have two members each, that made the government too large. , , "A deadlock then occurred, and weiof the beverage were inviied to meet at the council chamber at 11 o'clock, as lie had decided to abandon tlw task, and rc-fiuest l^ord Monck to send for Mr. George Brown. In this crisis I told Mr. McGee that If he would stand aside. T would do the same, and make way tor Hon. E. Kenney to represent the Irish Catholics. When we met on Monday morning, Messrs. Howland u'nd Alacdougall had their cloaks on their arms 'to catch a train for Toronto to join George Brown, who had called a meeting to denounce any gov- j ernment formed by Sir John Macdonald. Sir John said: 'Tupper and Ale-Gee have solved the difficulty,' The government was formed, they caught the train, and carried the meeting, and afterward the country. "I returned to Nova Scotia, obliged to confess that th-a Liberal party had two members in the government, and none for the Conservatives. I also refused the clKiirmanship of the intercolonial railway, with a handsome salary, in order to secure 'the support of Air. Howe and the Nova Scotia govern menl in support of Sir John A. Macdonald and Sir George Ktienne Car-tier." Sir Charles Tupper, who takes great interest in the work of the Cartier centenary committee. Is now in his ill st year, and notwithstanding enjoys the best of health. The' committee hopes to hav