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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta I'liiii'SriiiY, .December THE PS WEEKLY SPECIALS -AT- MORDEN BENNETTS Overshoes and Rubbers especially 53.25 'MOTORMAN'S OVERSHOES, made _cspecl_ally for Motor-men, conductors and team- I per pair MEN'S 3-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Per pair MEN'S TWO-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Ptr pair......... MEN'S ONE-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Per pair.............. MEN'S RUBBERS, with per pair.............. MEN'S STORM RUBBERS Per pair MEN'S LOW RUBBERS Per pair MEN'S LOW RUBBERS, made 'co fft shoes with' heavy felt sole. C1 OA Per pair I .UU BOYS' ONE BUCKLE OVERSHOES, Sizes 1 to 5; per "BOYS' ONE BUCKLE OVERSHOES Siies 11 t6 13; per pair........... cloth tops fr Oft 90c 70c f4 OH 9 .tU 1 flft I iUU BOYS' RUBBERS; Sizes 1 to 5, per pair 66e; Sizes 11 to 13. per pair WWU Per' pair 'LADIES' 2-BUCKLE Per pair OVERSHOES LADIES' RUBBERS, with cloth tops ft 4 Per p.lr 3> I I U 70c LADIES' STORM RUBBERS Ptr.palr.......................... MISSES' OVERSHOES; Sizes 11 to 2 4 Per pair 9 MISSES' RUBBERS; sizes 11 to 2 i .Par pair CHILDREN'S OVERCHOES; sizes 6 to 10; per pair RUBBERS, sizes 8 to 10; CHILDR.EN' Per pair CHILDREN'S RUBBERS; sizes 4 to 7; Per pair 55c 45c 40c Felt Shoes We have 3 large SiDck of Men's Ladies' and Childntn's Felt Shoes and Felt Slippers at-spec- ial prices: Coats and Sweaters LADIES' COATS to clear out the balance of our stock of Ladies' Coats, wo tire'giving a.dis- count ,of 20 per cent. These ctwts ore all this season's goods and arc strictly up-to-date. Wo only havo a few left. CHILDREN'S havo just received another shipment of Children's Coats, which are extra sooil value at from fl.75 to ?li.OO. 1mvo a complete Btoclt of Men's, Ladius', and Children's" Sweaters'and, our prices aru rig'uL Men's Underwear MEN'S. PURE WOOL UNDERWEAR 4 yg Pen Angle brand, jter suit I I w MEN'S PURE WOOL UNDERWEAR OC Ganlt's Special, iier suit MEN'S PURE WOOL UNDERWEAR- Brand, extra fine knit. I Per suit MEN'S FLEECE LINED angle Brand; natural color, per suit I1.10J dark gray, per suit........ St. George Groceries LOCK BRAND regular per lb'., this week........................ 40c 45c RED CROSS BAKING POWDER; regular 20c per tin, this week two for CHRISTIE'S BISCUITS; regular 2ac and 30o liur 111. this week 2 Ibs. for CROSSE 4 BLACKWELL'S PLUM JAM in seven pound tins; regular 51.10 per tin This week LIBBY'S ASPARAGUS In large tins; l 45 cents; this week RICE FLOUR (Ground Rice! reg. lOc package; this week two for QUAKER BRAND COFFEE reg. 45c. Iier tin tills week BOX PER THIS WEEK ..___.. 85o 35c 15c These Prices Are For Cash Only tlic tune lo buy your Xmas Supplies. We have a ol CunanK .Raisins, Figs, .Dales, Slit-lied mils-, Shelled A Inlands, etc., all fresh stock. MORDEN BENNETT .526-13th St. North. General Merchants PHONE North Lethbridge a Busy Spot What promises to bo a very Inter- esting and lively racetlns IB tlic one of the raturmyera In tho Unity Hall, at eight o'clock this ovonlns. Now that nominations have noon made, the ratepayers Intend asking questions, of the various aspirants for municipal honors, and It can be nately looked forward to that (mentions of vital Im- portance will take the place of so much heckling, which has predomin- ated on former occasions. On Saturday evening next, a very enjoyable time Is being looked forward to, when the Kentish association hold their annual smoker in the Unlty'hall. The committee, which the ar- rangements in haiul, hope1 all who cun possibly attend, will do so, and so help to make It a huge success. Several well-known people have volunteered to sing, and assist in other ways. Tho now Church of SI. .Mary's is fast approaching a finished appear- ance, and it must bo said that both In design and appearance, It reflects groat credit on Us designer, and also those who were In any way responsi- ble. Now that the freight sheds are practically assured for the north of the track, property Is soaring high. One prominent man, with lots In the close vicinity of the fire hall, was of- fered over three limes tho price which he paid for the land a year ago. nut the offer was Immediately turned down. Now that the C.P.Iti have made ap- plication and been, granted permis- sion to move the.No. 2 Fire Hall, It Is lo be hoped the city will see a proper approach is made on the now site. SHE DROPPED Mrs. Vandale, of Coleman, Met Death While Crossing the River NIGHI CLASSES Fifty-Four Pupils in Attendance Already Mr. Bowman's SUCCESS MEAT MARKET Have you thought wluU you will -he ent- for Christinas. Let us help you make a selection by pine- in some of the moats ami poultry we handle. Young Turkeys Ducks Chickens .Roast 'Beef 'Mutton Lamb, Pork, All the above we can recommend If you Iniy from the Success yon can sure it is fresh ami tender. WE DELIVER 212-13th St. N. Phone 1473 Coleman, Dec. Not very much doubt seems to ro- ot Ilic R.N.W.M.P., was notified last'main in the minds of the members night that a woman hail been or the school'board as to whether orj ed in the Old Man river, near the s ;iot night classes will be a success in Pclletier Lumber company's Lcthtmdge. When one of the first and securing a rig and assistance, the officer drove to the scene oi the ac- cident, where he soon located the announcement that have been opened .is the application of ten Chinamen for results of the evening classes bndy, lying in about three icet of tuition in English, the board believes i water. The remains were brought to! n nas tangible evidence of the desire Coleman and left at the undertaking 'parlors of T. Davics to be pre- I pared ior burial. The victim of the drowning in the icy waters of the river was Mrs. -'oe i Vandale., who lived with her husband [about one and, a. half, miles east oi C'oleman. How the accident happen- for the schools, and now they are contemplating the desirability of open- ing classes in North Lethbridee for those of the foreign population who may wish to learn at least the ele- ments of the English language. The success of the evening classes In LeUlbrldge is touched upon in the icd ,vill probably never..be known, as n t f th the mifortunatc was at last regu. been 'allicrc'l to'prove that death i lr'T meeting of the year last night, was accidental. Mrs. Vandalo Tho report C. G. The Hardware Man We have a dandy selection of SKATES ranging in prices from 50c up to For ;i Xmas Present we lnive a large as- sortment of Brass Ware, which will make -a- very aecepialilc Xmas Gift. Hickory Hockey Sticks each Hockey Pucks in several sizes, cheap. Come and look over our line of UF A t- PIIOXE 1223 St.. X. visited Dhiirmorc Mqnd.iv and qn her return crossed the to call' on a neighbor; -Mrs. Gladstone-.- She re- mained tlli're until when she lelt for home, ashing Mrs. 'Gladstone to send lier litUc daughter, who was in the habit oi staying with Mrs. Van- dale, over to her house after school. Toilet Cases, Manicure Cases, Xmas Cards and Xmas Booklets We are selling theie at prices that are RIGHT for our Toys and Dolls in a few days THE PEOPLE'S DRUG CO. 24O-13th St. North Phone 44S The Board of Education, City: attendance ports tell, 1 think, a very satisfactory i story of the growth or our schools. The enrolment for the month is 1440, an increase of !M per cent, over November 1911. The average, 1208, is even more being an ln- morning dwelling afternoon. and ntil found the door locked and some gro- ceries which lie had ordered in C'ole- inan Sntur.lay afternoon'on the door- Effect ins au entrance through a rear window he .saw that his wife was absent and wont out to look for her. Meeting the Gladstone girl and learning from her that his wife had been there Monday he crossed tlic riv- er on the ice and foundX his wife's parasol lying beside some1 broken ice. Failing to discover any trace of the body the hushand came to Coleman and notified the police. Tho victim of the ;1 row-nine accident had evidently taken a short cut- across the ice and walked into an air hole, with which the ice is plentifully strewn. She was '11 years of age and hail married about 1-1 months. She Ein'd her hushand came hereofrom Willow-bunch, Sask., about a year There was no issue .to the mar- Winnipeg, DPC. 5.-Thc cross An "inquest was held this afternoon lion against the defeated candidate in the Macdonald election, R. U Rich-, anisun, has been tiled. H contains j sonic sweeping charji.es on behalf of Alex .Morrison, the successful- candi- date, and alleges that these disqualify i Kichardson from sitting in the: fetlerf al parliament. The ate that the defeated candidate himself and by his agents gave and loaned money for voles and .abstention .frbni voting promised employment That was (he last .seen oi the wo-j crease of 3fi per cent, over last year. man alive. When the little Gladstone Sport Prizes inrl called at the house she found the door locked and returncil homo. These ?rizes the Vamiale is employed by the at a public meeting held m en lumber camp and left borne about the Central school auditorium, three o'clock Monday did not return to his three o'clock Tuesday THESE CHARGES LOOK LIKE EF- FORT TO OFFSET PREVIOUS BAD IMPRESSIONS During tlio past month Mr. Filmer has given special attention to games id a verdict returned above for the 'boys. This is a branch of our physical work that 1 consider of the greatest importance. H pays In physical, mental and moral develop- ment. The class competition for the Henderson Cup for girls is now on and the results 'will be announced soon. Connaught Medal The principals of the public and separate schools have arranged the details for the competition for the medal given by His Royal Highness the-Duke of Connaught. The competi- tion is limited to grades 8 and 9. Each principal selects his heat pupil, one for every sixteen in the class. These pupils will then write on papers on arithmetic. English, composition and writing. The papers to be prepared, and by the inspectors, Messrs. Morgan and nnr- nf whom will preside at the examinations to be held in Flectwood school, Friday Dec. How to Make Better Cough Syrup than You Can Buy Family Supply, SuTtiiK ami 'Fully Guaranteed. LEE WONG yOKTII LETIIBMIHJE RESTAURANT 13th Street .North We are now- located in our New Store, where you can enjoy a good meal. Come in and try us. We are also carrying a' line of Cigars, Candies and Fancy Chinese Silk Goods. enough to require a to handle the class Sixteen ounces of cough syrup turn 'for Vork in the' campaign ..for.'CAR .SCARCITY, PUNK.SPOTTING j much as you'coiiW buy for him, ntoney lav andj-; UNSANITARY pltfs THE SShfnftiSf'tkki corrupt purposes; hired conveyances f' GRIEVANCES G. Hodgson is chairman of the committee. Night Classes The interest taken in these classes io most encouraging and shows that they are meeting an existing- need. The total enrolment is now 54, divid- ed as follows: English and arithmetic, 27; teacher, Mr. Dobson. Typewriting and shorthand, 17; teacher, Miss Fisher. Chinese class, 10; teacher Miss C. I> Jackson. With the New Year the class in English and arithmetic will be large second teacher, n typewriting and shorthand we require either four more typewriters, making ten altogether, or else it will be necessary to have the class meet a third night each week. Ten machines would enable "us to j handle a class of twenty. For classes in me-! chanical drawing, and ccoking, which will open after the holidays, there arc] already ten or twelve students in' sight for each class. New Schools The architect thinks that the now schools will be ready, for the. new year. Failure to open the GalbraiUi school on January "ml will cause much I inconvenience, as all the classes at i Westminster and to be reorganised 'and a new division when the new school-is .opened. This of course ought be "done at the opening of the year. The following teachers have lieen engaged by the school management on polling furnished drink lo voters induced non-resiiients atia to. canvas and to ami induced associations to Doc. meeting oi "JX parsons--who had w.thm ..-.pas account of tllc c-Kht yrars Iwen it WM claimcj pracuccs, anrt Eo io.md by judges in a legal tribunal or by" port of judges. WILU NOT OFPOSf IT Toronto, Dec. B'paril Travie bas decided not to, oppose DominiOtt Railway Board's order an increase of demurrage rates.' usimlij. c-ndlns :i I Inside o'f 21 hours. EMceiicnl. too, tor j committee: j croup, wlmnplnf collBl.. sore lunss as-, D j. coriimcnco wlih tllc new 1 S0T' year, R. S. H.A., principal Mix two fiups-of gramiliitcd sugar with i Galhralth school. ssUary .per He luis laken a cents' worth) in bottle, then course inaUiomatics and_astomony llto S'Jsar Syrup. ly. Taku R teaspot or Ihreo liours. Tills Is just, laxative enough, to help sity, 1911. cure a cough. Also stlmut.itea tlie appc- tlte. which Is usually upset by a cough. The taste ic pleasant. The 'effect of pihe and sugir syrup on ths infJamed membranss is well known. la the moswaluabla concentrated up. It keeps perfect- unlversHy at" California and is .onfol every one, two Tormilo Univer. Nearly of the members present Rave' some specific instance oi delay in-obtaining cars, and in' delay hav- ing them spotted after thev were compound white pine extract. Mia n I In onrt fll! Thft rat'Jr.ll w.( the 'track. It wes said by ?ome the'members thai ibs country stock for-msintaiDed by the Canadian Psoific, f were in an unsanitary condition, liJluw.ltuuu uw though they-bad hetn or.lcred by thet plan Vas braith school there will bo five classes 'railroad commission to put then: iri{ awecessful formula has a tot3] of thlriecn classes In I lion: r.it work in this Jsrnv.ili.' The Plr.ex and Sugar recipa Is I now used by 'thousands -cl housewives i throughout the United States and Can- Miss Florence Gray for grade III., comes from Nanton; Miss Hodgkins for grade I. from Cowley, W. A. HAMILTON, Superintendent. The Galbraitb and Manual Traiohig wiii ts completed this month and ready for occupation at the he- Sinning of the new term- In opr. the threat an good shape .several mouths .nco. Practically all Australian workers of every trade are members of unions. pmmy or'ahwiui. orjxortti At-tho money promiMly goes wilh this ol- ifjn" (here were throe clrtsses in recipe. Your hns rinex, or wtll t f get II for you. If stud to Th. of lilt Plnox Co., Toronto, Onl. Secretary Ilowman acteu in his ca- MISS COOKSLEY MJLLINERY and FANCY GOODS Moclianioal Dolls llubhov Dolls Battles Jlonkeys Toy- Banks Eac-hel Huniuiijig Tops All Millinery Hats 35% oil' Kt-siilai' Price 40-J-mii St. Xorlli. pacity of secretary-treasurer at bis last' regular meeting. This concluded his sixth year in that position. Tlio appointment of J. H. Fleenvood war; confirmed, and he will take oilice oil January 1. MISTAKEN FOR A DEER Mclfort, Susk.. Dec. Dpn- son, a young married man, living at Niphvln, sixty miles northeast of this town, was shot in mistake for a deer on .Monday afternoon, by Timber In- spector H. Brown, of Melfort, while hunting. An inquest will be held ou Thursday. Mr. Dobson was about twenty.Eix yean old, and leaves 9 wife. A SUCCESSFUL TRSATMfeNT Jlrs. Edv.'ard Kennedy, of Ian, Conn., 40 years old, was qd-. vised by her phyelclan to try Dr., Martcll's Female Pitts, she dH. ao with wonderful results. Thous- ands of others ?ay the same. 20 years the at your druggist. ,1' ;