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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 DAILY Friday. DewnlK-r i i! Final CLEANUP XMAS PRESENTS At COST CHOICE STOCK TO CUOOSf( FROM I'J'lte balance of our Fancy China. Cut Dinnerwaro. etc. to lie solil Ijy I'rivalc iU greatly reduced prices. keep what 'you want till Don't forget about tlto.-e good Tungsten Our J. S. Kirkliani liai the Agency for Uie Tungsten We have- in ftoek 25s at 6Oc. each doz, 4Os 7Oc." 60s 8Oc- lOOs "r- 1 0 per cent off assorted dozens Special Prices on Quota- tions over one Dozen i Good Lamps that liave been proven out by actual use in tliis city'. 556 otiuol usually. a tuost tonight reform artna by .fast1. ;ot to smoke- going to or Irorn A'bool, or on s'K'fc premises. Several hid been louud lunch too enamored l.ady Ntco- iiie and. had pointed to the teachers as an example. Hence the resolution. Having jot Itius far tlit beard eon- iiJtrtJ the auuoiDtiutflt ul a censor. )f.'1hc astern by.tbf oUtr item that' some cf those garments ur more decollete than tbc superin- endenl thinks they shouM bf. Alter lisi'ussion the hoard that this dtlU-jtc maftfr Has j urisdiction. Gel'a Bargain OUR STOCK T.HE CALL TO BATTLE I.aniier at llarailton) "I cali you TO fisdtt with rne. to lieiit Uie battle of'public 'the battle of ygur country Hud 'its dtirerihood. uill iastther N'evLT-aii'Jd re-versrs irUiey come. Fight on. cheers.t t-olitii.al.life is often by re-' .vt-rses. Keep on. go, on; tut-jUng exultation, facing without to your Ideals. Stand last, EUud true. Fulfil Ihe sreit duties that to British citizenship. 'Keep your .ideal before liKe eluud hy rfhy' and the of ftre hy nigbi. .-witich guided Ihe of from .tlie iriliulationa of bondaje till all'to- Either, young and oM. join li'andsO burkle on our arir.or, furl oar standard and zo foruArd.lo-j c'elner in vhole ht-rirted, "uaselSsb. for Canada and Canada for ever.1' Cook's right hand. Soup. ToJij- jirtngihtns her iMin n, lo-inotriTTvihc it as a bajia .for i duh cf htr mo, the tMctens her ivilh it. SS: inc best thir.jl cvcr-pot ir.lo tht kiuhta cupboard." lWIS Ttf dtr VICIUALIERS I NEW If Culling the Hours for Selling Liquor al the Clubs year 1 llilul; that we ougbi to liave a womeu's aux- uui] bring our tajiks us. If we.liave the lad'les, and BO-show that fnr'.them'to fee iutcrestej Twelve Thousand Miles Fran Ceytea yet every package of "SALADA" TEA said b Canada has the flavor, strength, and fragrance of the tea. at it the plantation in Ceylon. Thk k because "SALADA" a sealed in lead and motstare- preserving its delectable delkaousness BUCK, HEEN MXU NEARLY A'CATASTROPHE FOLLOWING'THE LAURIER BANQUET RETUHN1NG-FRON1 BA.NQUET] ESCAPES Toronto.. She had, !t Is said, bi'jn liclpiagpul a freicln, still op ilie main.line Gu.the special's time. airbrakes. ttjere.hprilied.-and the Epectal vis brought to a stop ;ii5t as Uie' pilot was cmKed'asatrisl the tender ol tlie lislit engine. The train carried a number of prominent cltuetig, including N. llowelL Uie provincial Liberal leader, HOii.' George. i'.: Grnliato. former Minister of Hallways. hi uliat wo are will.have; them oral ug us.'1 'C.'H. Bclapger, tua president of (lie LicenseJ ..Victuallers' Association, wade the utiuve suggestion, when re- plying to the.vote of tbanks tendered by tlie members of the assocla- tkm.fat the Bumiuet held lu the.Ales- aiiilm liotel last-ulslll. Tlie tiod "was yreeteij eoUiufclasm. The bauiiiet was -way of suit- ably! .seventh _annual of the vas morniug and attefnooa in tlie at the rcat- terE JlBCussedi were of a routine na- ture, relating to Hie organization wuii the 17 districts wlilcli it covers. Au- precirilion was expressed, however, a'a'd comiiliiDbntary Uilugs said regard- Ing the attorney-general la respect to the recently fussed legislation which conies into force applying to- clubs.1 This" change means that Sun- day-' EclllQg- will be from 8 a.m. to S p'.in., and on.'week days fronrS Liiduight. where hitherto no Eiiecial hours were ker.t. Tins. Uie retail trade claimed.1 nas 'apl'w offsetHiplr effort to keep down drunkenness, as tliose.who. wished to do ob-. lain stiuiulanls by means" of the club, after'hours, and so possibly bring dis- credit and suspicion on the retailer. C.'H. Uclnngc'r was re-ele'cted presi- t for ttfo fourth successive year! the two honorary presidents being II. U Stephens of Caissrr.'aod J. How- of .Medlvine The. live tiaeiits Thomas. Hookes, ICil- monton: l.icombe; C. a Stokes, Calgary.; II. E. Mlebacli, l.etli- bridge, ucd J. Uaysland, The other officers were; "Robert Mc- Donald, Edmonton; N. 'Bell, .Edmon- ton, auditors; J.'R. Tevlvt'dale. secre- tary, ,and 17 otlicera to represent tUa licensing districts. Besides numerous short apeoches In reply to votes of thanks Thos. Hooves and n. L. Stephens both spoke sliort- ly, dealing 'wiih and.eiavhasizln? the necessity ior the. holelmea' stlcltfng dose to business aad gaining the good will of the public by supplying their wants In the best manner possible. AN ENGINE MODEL MADE OF PAPER A paper iiodel of a gasoline engine has been made by a. Boston inventor to illustrate the construction.of a type- of aeroplane motor which he lias devised. Ordinary writing -paper, and nothing else, ivas ustd. Thft engine is a part- of an aeroplane device de- signed to enable a pilot, to throw off the motor, propeller, ivtieols and gaso; line tank of his Qying machine lu caso of accident. MRS. FHANC1S H. SAYRB IN WEDDING GOWN or The liiMrOiis white r-aiin drcfj. of tlit I'rraldcnt'i ifaugliier. Mlsa W11- gown was nl i-ioirous white satin, softly drapcrl and with rc-ai lace, tiie folds bc-lug litlj In place ivlth tlnsicrs of orange jl'.-ossom. The bo.lico is enmroMercd in orange Wosaora which out- i U'-K ani1 the sljc. of the The sleeves aro Inishm -wltli the same dcilgu. from wlilch a deep frill of the la'e. Tlie (rain Ij IN co'irt style, cut square. The full tc-nfrth veil is of tuilc I'M head in the Dutch cap jlyle, tlie fame lace being aj nn fma n (j, orange i i I Grj.ii far 5) be had from wholesaTe ar.d re .tall grocers H. Es tailvfs for Ma'nTtobJ, Sasdatchtwjn coll Co., Umilerf, Reprcser.- Alberta. M.nk llcrnsofi anil bis wile, J.'A.' SlMMrl-aBif'lV' Banner iv'e S' I'nlli, have niirth.iscd [he fatirc liiillfl.i loosed w wWrh was lornic'rly-hfli io'l'-hiij- in an s