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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, December ft 1910. THE Solid iieather On Sale excellent.values leathers Every. one-of..these is. either leather or silkrlined. and new leathers. A llQQITM'P'lll: SPECrAL'AT, and good size; good actly as advertised. our advertisements as true as, the goods we AT-; Worth regular -AT never had value.. in new shades of grev :ma'de of i 'a yard HAIR NETS import these go'od nets and them-bears our name..'Madc in a_n_sh3.dos. in large sizes. .Special at .10e siyleg, at'from 20c to our motto. You'll find this a satisfactory store, in which to. do ALL your Xinus buying. You'll save m'onev. Stylish Suits woman can afford to invest in a by one of Canada's" best tailored designs. Women's" of 'good chiffon finished and diagonal sergea; colors are black, wisteria, cardinal, Beautifully trim- med with silk and buttons. ExtraCvalue at tKe regular prices of 'Clearing-Sale at only-Nine-Dollars. Ladies' Fur-lined Coats rat Btylish Silk Waists Fine Hand Made Doylies A special purchase of good centre-pieces drawn 4mbrbidery-T centre, and pretty batteaburg edge. Special value at: only HANDMADE. tae aft jn fiue.linen., Made in round' anO, oval -shape.. Sizes 6 inches. .Prices i.Q EMBROIDERED CENTRE ground .beautiful.colors in rose, greea, at '.TO- T ARABIAN'; CENTRE in .ia'ce in" linen centre. Prices are to SOCIAL Hostesses -Mrs. J. Mrs. W. -Mrs. M. morrow I H. first time tor. sold a o-fi-iiWrt m.'i ;abbat tne toiDOrrovr.' .Mrs. T. inrorinaily i" Flanhdl and Ranndette Valuw sood ..15c to NAVY'-FUAftNEL in good wool, t eyen, finish. Special xssc ahd-.SOc .-MILitARYJiLANNEL in WHITE FL-ANNEtS in .pure in good English dark -'-grey. 32 i-2c value for CANTON EL in good 12 BLACK-iVVOLF .'ruff: _ ;wooa. -BEtUTif .QJy-. with. -tails, and long" front. at i MOT THROWS in extra good" quality 60 .inches for 72 Inches forr9.oqt 90 Persian wedge and peak styles. Wee are -clearing' at- rr. FURS in bear skin, rabbit skin, Sets- of 'muff and. ruff, 65cr to- r xjlear fur. etc. de-. two largeVich- medallion Se Seat of "Galilee L, feet He LOCAL BUDGET C. M. Pvp-er, of Millc is in the city from Uie south tcclay. Harry Hcojoski. an Austrian fami- er, is the hard luc-k Kid. Me had worked for the H.P H. for sometime and from ihem oft-1 tained a pass to Montreal, thereby t-r- fccting a con.siderabk- savins in price oi transportation to 'ii.s v.ifej and children bark in I.astJ night, whiic uptown, lost ihu aa-ss j and now, unless il is found ic-i .stored very quickly Jicojcsui >viil be ''deprived of the great family rvufi'ion. The pass was in two secuons, vnc j. first from Macleort to Fori and i ho second from Kori, V.'hiM'r. to i Shoulrt Uie pass b? tounrj j i! mav !.r Iff! ul R. tu-JteT Mr. Richard Hineks Ar.d his local associates in a series of farce comedies, one nieat only TUESDAY, Dec. 13th. ENTITLED "April Cast as follows: Peter Dunbrown ..R. Hineks James Smith..F. Joseph Smith .L. L. Asquith "Packing Up- Mr. Chiijxv.'Qter R. Hineks Mrs. Chugwatcr .......Miss Grace' McLeod Baggage Man L: L. Asquith "Little Foddlckins" j. Robinson Brownsmiih----- ...........Richard Hineks Barnaby Bablocouble L. Asquith Captain Luttepop ........Frank Waddington 1 Amanthis iss G. McLeod Susan .....Miss-Mary Kings Annie Bablecouble .........Mrs. A. L. 1-ling? "The Fair Equestr- ienne" Annie OODL' Lord Lovell ..L. U..Asquith .Mark Kinjjhonie .R. Hinckr Kitty Miss Mary Hings 75c, returned TO' llto city Saturday, havin visited all the larger cities in "the east A knowledge of the drought in this resicn.' last "season appeared to be j widespread, buc people generally'we're jfcot the future of this part of the country. Speaking of the political situation, j-Mr.' "Dobbin" "sfafe'fi that there is -1 (growing reeling among the Republi- c's ns" iii'at Ih'e' recsht breach should 'oe Dridged -and tlwt-'tiiere is a tender..v amoug tfaa to meet the Trait Tc-ay." sides do possess Just a inite of sense and don't phone 'her ,-while her''-jruests are present. So if you receive after- noon phone calis frcpi i lie "press, re- meimoer, they are.not from "Unc." j. e Thirty friends of .TUomas Fieetwood surprised him at-the-home or-Mra. G. McLean last evening and helped their bewildered host celebrate his 23st i the port ei spoke of ihe poverty of the. people, bled, by the gatherer, of their primitive and intensely vatix'e methods of fartmug, ol" the drudgery iniposc-d oa. tiic women of the. Using the.A'ievvs, on the scrcc-n by means of a .scope, lie JarJea lus: hearers- in-imag- ination tit the open roadstcari -of Haifa, at the foot of Mount Carmel, took: them through the rich past historic, river Uitii birtnday. Progressive whist was tQ th Attractive town ed dunng the parly part, pi: the olu- Lord's .'boyhood, Nazareth, then. ig; then ciancjng .music, was the tu ihe Sea -of and its Having shoivn then. tiio ruins o: Capcrn'avni, he-.'-'brougliTr" h'Ciirers-fcack t-o't-he LOCAi, BUDGET Ralph B. Liniisay ir, an Aniencnn j visitor for a few days, coming here to- fronrGreat. Fails. j Biairruorc lias irad about ihe 'amount- of snow'as Lelhbndge, is reported it disappeared of three clays ago. 'There will be a meeting of Adams' supporters for mayor, morrow evening in 1-X., upstairs, next Block, at eight o'clock. D Clemis. 1 ravelling representative j for ihc KHiScn MJIiJng Co., left today or, a holiday tour of the east. He will 'visit Win-mjK-g, Toronto, Hamil- ion and ot-her eastern cities, return- i ing home sis form of merriment the time neighborhood. Tiy. m tne course-of -the -evening light J Ashing boats used en :tlie. _-JaSe reiresuments were-served-at the card as IiOXV' lne baths tables and-we-piests-presented-Iholr tno ruins of j host with a "Hi'o'n'dsfaiiefl silver 'uiilltary brusbes.' _' ;hbhoi: ,n feasted v.-ere won by Mrs.. .Simpson.apd Mr.j Oa tlie luitious oiaagcs of Jala, drove i-rince, and consoJaiion gifts-given! among the roses of" the fernib plain Miss Teirer and AJr. KciHer. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES on through the iand up throtigli the to ithe central highlands of -mesa. II i The will ineetisaicin' tlie llol-v antl Taursdav afternoon at the honuji city, were described itt do- ,VK tail. In this unique dt.v. de-creed sac- jot airs. J. 4H, lughlh by Jew. .and Mos-. soutn- (Jem, one hears forty w.. and dialects spoKcn, and sees almost The Ladies' Aid society of the Bap-j every garb under heaven, worn, ex- rist nhurcu will meet tomorrow after-1! cept- Ol" L'sKirr.o .and ,the noon in tne school room at one o'clock i Bathers tf. the Indian. One n'niis ______ nianv nntinns iostlinsr with T" T" HAS NO-CANDIDATES 4. The- Citizens' League. wish- cs it to be understood tbat il in no way allisms itself with J. any particular candidate in tnis election, or any other eiecuon. and tUat it is not its -J. purpose ro endorse any candi- dates. i Every woman of Uie congregation is especial iurged to attend tiite tneet- icg as final arrangements w will be made for the baaanr. people of many nations jostling with camels in the- narrow streets; on Jews at. their ing piacc, weeping over the fall ot llie tnuple, and Mohammedans pray- 51 s ing in the Mosque of Omar, on the Tne consecration' meeting at the j Dome of the HocR, the site of- Solo- Wessey League vcell attended In thr, Church of evening and v.iw. -in- of M K i Holy Sepulchre, probably far avray Rivers gave an -address on burial. a !one iSfus aiiS uoman.rUaDnolicK, lives consecrated to Christian r is am, drawing, .parallels haiweeu.. .lives, .of; wat.cjnng -caVa while Hi-hJical times and some of today. A j dad .Turkish soldier Keep's tjie peace, new president, was to Have been elect.- j A mohi? the .scenes of chid' interest., ed but no caoice was made. (near Uie lecturer. _ viexvs of tha most probable-site of Pacf' Sku11' the Fifteen members of St. Patnck'sl Altar society met. with Mns. Joutis street, last, evening and I ar... ipon articlew ihey have ipken Of the at ;