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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta _ Friday, December '5. 1913 THE LETTTnmnor: DAILY HERALD A SLUMP IN MEAT PRICES Housekeepers can benefit in the same by dealing with us a good selection of prime young pork at the low price of VJYz cents a Ib. for a small side not exceeding 50 Ibs. Choice cuts, any weight 18 cents a pound. Our Beef ic the beit Alberta can produce, For any other we have no earthly use. Our Mutton, too, small, young and tender, So satisfaction it li bound to render. Our Sausages are the belt that ran be made. ......They put all slightly In tog shade, To prove that whit we cay true, There's only one thing you can do, Phone 1O55 for a Trial Order WESTMINISTER MEAT MARKET 13th Street North AT ONCE I CLOGGED NOSTRILS- OK CATAMUI GO 6TORS NASTY DISCHARGE, CLEARS STUFFED HEAD, HEALS INFLAMED AIR PASSAGES AND YOU BREATHE FREELY. Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small anyway, just to little in the nostrils anil instantly your clogged nose and stopped "up air passages ol the head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear, >utd- In-hcad or catarrhal 'soro throat be gone. End. such misery nowl Get tho Email bottle of "Ely's Cream at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm dissolves by the heat of I Ho nos- trils; penetrates'and heats the luflam- ed, swollen membrane which fines the nose, head and-throM; clears the air passages; stops.'nasty discharges and a feeling ot cleansing, soothing" relief comes Immediately." Don't lay awake tonight.struggling lor head stuffed; nostrils closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or o cold vfKh its running nose, foul mucous dropping Into the throat, aud raw dry ness Is distressing, but truly needless. Put your failh-7-just "Ely's Cream Balni" and your cold or" cat- arrh.will surely'disappear. J, Hlg- Inbotham fc Co., Ltd., druggists.; PRICES UPWARD The Department of Labor Index nuiD'bcr of wholesale prlcea stood at 136.8 for October, 1313, as compared with September, and 135.0 for October last year. Corn, peac, On- tario barley, hay anil bran'were high- er, flax seed, western oata barley -were lower. Cattle and beef were higher, but bogs and hog producEs contlntfJd to decline. AH dairy products were-- higher except cheese. Fresh Canadian frulU and potatoes but.- .imported aidr-esnned lower. Record.-pricis Tor jute and the-nfeheat for ..cot: ton since 1311 raised .tlie-Jeyel of teV tiles.- we, up, but steel, quicksilver] >nd silver wert; dower.-Brooraa wero.jsteeiv ly up. Hope and ra'nr rubber declined. In retail meats, eggs, milk and butter-were higher, but there "was a general decline In .potatoes as the crop'came on'the.'market. Beans, flour, rolled oats, and sugar showed weaker tendencies, vhfte evaporate apples 'and, opal jwere upward. As above the general effect of the month's changes was to, send distinctly ALICEV1LLE GOSSIP Allcpville, Dee. is a real live village coming to the trout with rapid Etrldes. It has a Blocked store of general merclian disrj, a largo Iiall used for public en teiialninent and dancing; also a Ecliool house and a church that do credit to tho village. -It Is a crean station where the farmers und the dairymen faring In their cream to be sent to Lethbridge creamery. It i located In a well settled community ol stockmen and farmers, and "with out question will soon win a place on the map uf Alberta. Paul Audet is the'.eiiterprising mer chant who Is behind the to build up a prosperous business a well as a viUaee conslderable_ im portance at this point in the comuie ctal world! i. jfA jolly party of merrymakers from Clarcnda helped to swell the crowd at Allceville o'n Thursday evening Kh'ere one or the most enjoyable pai lies ever witnessed In this part o Itfe country was given. Music wa [urntahed by the band About fifty couples ircro preseni Dancing was the. chief amueeraen and lasted till thebrr.afc of day. Thi young people of AJicevllle are a; lively hunch and most splendid entertain ere. f'l'he high cost of living is blame a marked drop oi marriages ir '.London during November. ration p .Some claim to'iiq'1.end'pf lvalues for a host 'of rather amusing reasons. can'prove that we give the greatest values in Southern Alb.erjta. Ifs as Plain as "A EC" The reason we're able to supply-such superior Suits niul Overcoat's for Men nml Women at siich low prices as plain rts "A. B. G." bcraVise. we sell clothing more than any other dealer in the south. We arc able to buy more'and because we buy more we pay less and give you; more. Come in and say "show me." We'll bring out a quality ami quan- tity of evidence you cannot disprove. Men and women who want a lot of style, value and service should sec our suits and overcoats. LADIES' FALL SUITS Every Garment a Handsome New Model 'and J13.60 model Model SuHl, and J27.50 Modtl Suits S8.95 S11.45 S13.85 y LADIES'WINTER COATS Handsome Styles at a Tremendous Sacrifice LOT NO.'ONE LOT NO. TWO LOT NO. THREE Values up to Valuei up to Values'up to S8.4S S13.75 v. ALL SIZES ALL SIZES ALL SIZES AYMOND STOCKMEN MUCH CON- CERNED ABOUT EPIDEMIC CAMPAIGN Raymond, Dec. discovery of Is foared to be the deadly die- ase Known veterinarians as in tho torsos of the Kay- nonij district, particularly amojig ihe ne, thoroughbred bands belonging to he. Knight1 Sugar cowi-aiiy, Is caus- rt a great deal ol anilely here, acd the three hundred or mere tests arc now btlng made Ijy the overnment veterinary inspector, Ur. allivan proves to be the disease lioned above, a -ahotesale slaugh- er of horses Is likely to follow. The origin of the disease Is not IOWD, "Doiirlne Is most Eerlous and a its advanced Etages is highly con- asious. Dr.. Galiivan is making a horo'Jgh ar.d extensive blooil lest of he horses that are thought to be ln- ected, and he atiil has hopes that the nimals-will-not have'to be killed .Ithough, if- Uiis la the only course to follon' in eradlcallug the die ase from the .district, these drastic meaBUTC-s will of necessity have to he aken. "Just hosv wide epidemic caches is not-definitely, knowii, but t Is probable, thai It is very genera hroughout the entire Jtaymoiid dls Ulct The Municipal Campaign The campaign for tho election of a maydr and four councllmeii Is pro- ceeding very quietly, although the sup- porters of "both'Mr. Croxall and Mr Scow are straining every nerve to elect -Mr. Croxall, Ii a statement to I he Heraldj said tha if clectei' his policy would be one o economy. This period of re- trenchment, and cere and foreaigh be eserolsed In the spending o moJiey, However, hia economy wonl not in any way, interfere with "a pro- gressive and constructive spirit "whic town like Raymond Is .worthy of. There are no real issues in the cam jjalgn, Snow said if ho wa Kc iwo'yld be the first man :o his opponent. The hold trie-same views politically nere iu no way -antagonistic.. 0 course, he was out to win, and if elect eil he Vould .serve the people to th t of Ills'ability. He aiid Mr. Croi alt.probably disagreed otrsome mat ters of civic .government, especiall Wright, the Jeweler For Your Christmas Presents. The largest stock in trie City to choose from. He meets i all catalogue prices i In expenditures for public Improve- ment, and should iie' win out he will lead in the campaign for, a Greaier Raymond "with as lib- eral expenditures as the public puree would reasonably allow. MEN'S OVERCOATS MEN'S. FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS" ultli convcrllblo collar, heavy and brofln Woollens, agrccahlo slmdea, (nil- ored to Bell at to MEN'3 WjINTER OVERCOATS sptcndfd varlctj- of high grade coals In .tho new Vail shades o( brown, grev aiticl fawn carefully tailored. Keg. JI6.60 to Rcguljr J1J.50 to fIS.OO BIG REDUCTIONS ON FURS MEN'S SUITS An odd lot of bur ivgular stock. Kncllsti twccda, llcatlicr' Mixtures, unfinished worsteds. An opuortunttr for 10D men to secure a splendid 'suit that Is worth every cent ot the regular SUes 34 to 42. Browns greys, ard mixtures, {I2.EO to Sale price THE ROYAL STORE Southard Block S12 3rd Ave.8. HUFNER'S BIG Shoe Sale The Real Money Saver of the Season GENUINE BARGAINS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN 20 per cent off ail Overshoes 20 per cent off all Felt Goods j-tAVki- Cent all Boys' Misses and Children's Shoes during this Sale MEN''S'TAN AND BLACK CALF or but- ton. American makes. ?6.00 CJ "7C PRICE MEN'S GOOD QUALITY ELK mid black. Hogiilur per pnir CJ OC SALE MEN'S STRONG WORKING leather lined, HcHuiiir per pair Cg QA SALE PRICK WOMEN'S GUN-METAL AND VlCI KID BUTTON BOOTS Low nnii lilgli heels. ami 7C SALE PRICE MEN'S GUN METAL. BQOTS-rLace or button. CO QC Hcgular ?5'.00, SALE PRICK MEN'S VELEUK CALK cut. CO Cft Reg. 1.50 pnir; SALE IUUCE WOMEN'S GUN. METAL AND PATENT BUTTON BOOT'S Rcguliir f ami per pair S3 35 SALEPIIICK 'li WOMEN'S GUN METAL AND PATENT BUTTON BOOTS American makes. -Ilcgulur and OK SALE PRICE MEN'S TAN CALF: or hutlon; flR SALE PRICE We will occupy McKelyie McGuire's present store; on Tuesday December 9th Phone 1512 6O8 jThird Avenue ;