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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALP Friday, M f I k CO. THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 ACADIA BLOCK GREAT BARGAINS HERE TQMORROW .licifiimiitK' our ('hrisliiins assortim'iils of Holiday CjoodM and values in every section. (o compel your iiiiniediiilc thai are only (he rcsiii'l ol' im'iisiijilly low p'riciiijj' on many rk'ariiijj limi.s. scores special (hat we have lieen I'orUinalc in at bijy discounts on original values and now passed on to you at such ntoderate i'ig'iire.s as (o give you the bent'iK gained. No need Cora description ofsucli bargain items as prices loll a more forcible story of 'splendid savings than elongated stalements: and the goods featured, in every instance, are right up dt (lie standard til' all merchandise (hat gain admission ito (his store. All the new Handkerchiefs are here, and go on Sale To-morrow Throe special lots of supreme importance to women seeking ilnin- iv and' acceptable gifts at moderate cost. AH are specially.priced. LOT NO. 1 12 1-2c Worth up to 40c Fine Swiss goods with scal- loped or hemstitched borders. Worth up to 40c. LOT NO. 2 25c Worth' up to 50c Hand embroidered Amris- wyl goods in beautiful, new designs and colorings. LOT NO. 3 50c Worth up tc 9Qc Pure linen, fine Swiss and Amriswyi Iiaiid. embroidered goods in the finest collection ever shown here. These pretty Hand Bags make acceptable gifts, and To-morrow's Sale presents exceptional values Special collodions featured hero are only representatives of many other equally attractive values tlnit await your early visit. Note carefully the savings. NOT NO. 1 95c Regular S1.50 value. Pretty suede bays ill neat shape, leather lined with brass mounting and shoulder cord. LOT NO. 2 Regular value. Beautiful quality lilack bag leather lined and mounted i oxidized silver. LOT NO. 3 If 3.50 Regular Same of the best styles ol HID season in newest shapes and leathers; all handsomely mounted. Gloves 95c Regular value. Heavy dogskin: very soft and splendid 10 wear; tan culy; all sizes. Newest Neckwear, 35f up to 50c. Pretty bows jssliots and dainty stocks in1 many new colorings. t Silk Stripe Waisting's ftfc Cut in 3-yard Lengths. Pretty shades in almost every imaginable suitable for Christmas giving. We continue the sale of Ready-to-Wear with better values than ever all coats, skirts, and dresses that arc absolutely .now and style, and made in ihe vcj'v best possible way. BARGAINS IN SUITS suits for suto for fS'fi.Ol) suits tor 128.00.-- BARGAINS IN SKIRTS skirts for IS.OO Skirts for skirts for S6.40 BARGAINS IN COATS J25.00 coats for ,'15.00 coats for.........J12.00 HS.50 coats BARGAINS IN DRESSES JHfi.OO evening dresses for evening dresses1 foV f20'.00 evenlifg "dresses1 for'.. Kiiiiona Cloth Regular 35c value. Hnndspine stripes and plaids in good weight clolli, lu patterns suitable for Indies or children's wear. Motor Scarfs In Extra Large Size Made of fine crystalline and in every wanted color; size 38 SO; l-'aacy 1-Iiick Toweling yd. 45c and 60c yd. Handsome new designs for embroidery work and fancy towels, 22 and 24 ins. wide. Further Reductions To Clear Out All Millinery Tlio wlipic stock divided into" lots ami priced regard less of cost or value. Savings are entirely out proportion to actual worth, but must 90 as we require space for the display of Christmas Goods. Lot JVo. I All Hats Worth Up to Lot JVo, 2 All Hats Worth Up to J20.00 Remnant Sale P.'g savings in ir.iUiy from ibis season's selling that are shown in scores of useful lengths that can bo used to advantage in many easy Ends of dress goods and silks, flannelettes, towelings and- linen, sateens, denims, ginghams, etc. SIR SANDFIELD FLEMING AND THE CEMENT MERGER would take action'immediately. ,a permanent tariff com-' a letter from 'the prime minister J mission with ample pow-ers. and tliaL under date of Nov. Sir Sandford ays '.that in regard to the right of. tliis tribunal will be in a position to make all necessary inquiries i Ottawa, Dec. Sandfield Flem- ing is still after the Canada Cement' shareholders "ample remedy would wllP'e subject .referred to in the cor: company. In a pamphlet placed In afforded in -the courts" and that! Despondence. 'The prime, minister ilie hands of all members o-f the par- liament today ne says that Premier Borden, to whom he had appealed, so far as interests of people are con-1 adds that the. question o-f nrovidW cernejl the prime minister intimates') some check on over-capitalization Is- ttiat tlie government-intended to af-jnow tmdor consideration of govern- ford relief by establishment of a new'meiu. R YLANDS CO. Macdonald Block For the next eight days we will sell any of our New Fall Coats Lines for Remember your-pick of anything on lue racks for this figure. A chance for everybody to get new goods at a bargain We. do not: wish to curry over a single coat, so AVC muko tliis offer. Our sule of AVinter'Goods'is go-. iiiuvon for 8 dnys THEIR MAJESTIES ON ROUGH SEA Bay of Biscay Exception- ally Cabin Flooded KNIGHTS OF GRIP HAVE A NEW IDEA Look the bill :was bunked, completely lost Bight of, and the passed from Mr. Harris'! mind without another thought. BiU the next morning, On taking! up a, Calgary paper he was upprlscdl of the robbery and imintor at Calgary f the day before. The memory of blood-stained five dollar bill came home to hiin very strongly, and htJ Kiiule a thorough search for h, but It! was lost completely; However, IK; no-l TJie.cihiefj of.jlieToccur-l rence, ami since their they'hav'e becnf following the clue very closelv. Not.li- Alberta Commercial a-rclufl to-tho Calgary murder which hw from tlio Cal-l occurred almost in the, centre of thutjffary police Contrary to city some .'time-ago, ami .-.he is pursu- ant' oC tracing anchf Will Form a Commercial Traveller's Association for Alberta Calgary, Dec. the purpose of forming Trailers' association', a juoctiiig has BLOOD STAINED FIVE DOLLARS :s as if Accomplices in Calgary Murder Were in-Lethbridge. Chief Glllespie believes that he has his search piirsu- ve-ry imfet'iuigh- London, Dec. reaching here from Uiu- steamship Medina, is convoying. King George and Qui-en Muiry. to tho-Indian Durbar, in- (been called to takn place in the I.O. dicalc' that distinguished passen- -p-K. hall, Hums .block tomorrow af- gers bad an'extremely rough passage Iternoon ;il 2 o'clock. There are eight [through the Uav of Biscay. The sea, travellers who, make llunr which i.s usually tough the. bay, in Calgary alone, as. was uncommonly''turbulent, and a well as several hundred at other I two men walked into the-employmerit portion nf the Queen's points in the. .proviace. .AH lhe.su office uf Karris it Olson here and Hooded. i of the Cirip arc now asked job. This was in the (-JjMceii Mary was. forcorl (Q vacate'hers of the Nortlr.ve.sk1 Commercial j afternoon shortly after the afternoon and lake up her in the spc- [Travellers' as'sociai ion, winch has its from Cal 11 nintl I be; j.cial. storjn. swinging cot, in Winnipeg. It is ilm i a 'but the King, who good sailor J purpose of :il the lit-afi of 1 Olle Ihe '9e11 con.linupd to occujiy. ffl! usual rabin. 'moveintmt that lliy The which has proved her- ler.s sliouhl break away altogether .self a sea vessel, suffered less from the nssocialidn. In than Hi.- convoying which !.support of Ihe inovc it is pointed out were'severely buffeted by the gale. [that. Alberto association could do ycvt-ral ot lltein sustained damage to I'niucli uiore rlTectivc work jn this pro- was tbicl l railings, jmd Uiu King, ap- vince than the Northwest t'ominin jlliougbt ven little of the oc'cun-eiine prcciauna; Ihp. difficulties under which 'cial Travellei-s' association. time, altnotifjb HiuVact. tha-t able may yet result in a sensational arrest. On the day foilowing the niunlcr crimes, so the Lelhbrlclge police worcl forced to To How the clue from wliatl j they could find in the Calgary papers.'! j All tlio inonoy taken from the body I of the murdered mini was in five and! ten dollar bills, and this taken tw tlie coincidence in iiine when the bill I givon the Harris K. Olson agency] here seom-ed a very important clue. Yest-erday Mr. Harris in company! with I -in visited the farm I Lnvi'l bl11 ln thei lt Coulee to take] 'A. 'viof-.thc ictulii fee ta a'- men who had been! into 0111. thore, but on their arrival I I hey i.htt men bad never! to i inch in question a.t igonc Home time hlei iho bill time into the handb Of Mi H irr's it one time a detective in tbn cinploj j P. R. lit no tend it I ul1' 's t'Je 'je'iet tn'e Chief that, i covered ith btood hut of the C wen- ordered aliftiid of Hie' MciMn'a. tliuin WELCOMED TO AMBITIOUS CITY there is much work for such an Ion i s gniii7.njion in this prnvincc in attention, being a very way oi aii'iliUing for Ijeufr hotel ac- '_____ eoinntndatioi) in' !.bc rural di.si-riL-i.s 'and for i-hi> jcondilinns irt-ncrally. The im-n jfeel Ibat Ilii'y ran .look after sin h nuiUi'i'x in much grealer ;ui. organization with I ters in Winnipeg. Utricted sgmi nniistial thing. if were responsible forl lift tuluf now well on theirl ij u ncjoss tlie lino; where! it ia onh one thtncc in a Chat Ofoy will ever, be suspecied. HEBREWS OF CITY HAVE A RABBI Hamilton, Dec. of faclnry ifliriekcd lt conio (u Jin- Oiiki: ;inil of (.'mm.i'ighl Illis iiinrning. Hells ;iil rner tlie rify pciilt'tl'out a greeting! and Ihe first Hie national an- Ilicrn liy (he 13th llsrd Was tlie signal for thoustind youllis from Tho Hebrews ot I.Khbridgi? have the city schools, who lined both sides .now to utc vYlmgc ol the jammed.street, to send up, a their Goodwin has lusty cheer. ,0 Tlie royal party were at the and in addition lo his ecclesiastical station by Mayor Lreson duties will, ot course, ns bcrs council, after which they ,mre according to Hebrew rc-j were escorted I0 carnage and driv- qniremcnls. He will also conduct a. en through Ihe crowded main street school lor the instruction of .lewish, to the armories. In ilmt buildliig a >liildrcn. fl'liis scbonl will meet after! civic address was presented. regular school hours and will be held! I in buildiiif,