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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Fritliiy, THE MSTHBHIWOE DAILY HERALD 12 NOW LADIES, READ! Open your eyes and come and save money on Saturday Everything on sale new, seasonable and wanted merchandise 300 Ladies Dainty Sample Waists at a Reduction of One Quarter the Regular Price on Saturday A superb collection of Ladles' Blouses and Shirt Waists in dainty LawnR, Mulls, Nets and Silks, elegant 1913 stylo in tho lot. Long ar short sleeves, high or low uecli, lace trimmed or embroidery, elegant for Xmas presents; one-quarter off the regular price. "75 Only. Ladies' Dress and Street Skirts, in Tweeds and Cloths, on Sale Saturday Morning Will you bo one of the lucky ones who will make an effort to get hero OJ "I early. Shirts are all well tailored, light and dark Tweed, and lota of black T 9 Vienna Cloth Skirts worth J2.60, J5.00 and Saturday 12 Only, Ladies Winter Loats, Tweeds, Serges Carcurl Coats up to to Clear There's a savins in it for you it you get your size'. Well, just come and 1 O fk look thorn over anyway; you get your choice for......................... Will an Underskirt Bargain be of any interest to You It's a Dandy, Saturday. The Ladies'Store JUST 15 MORE SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS anc There are about :i dozen or 3G skirts in the lot. made of Taffetnie or Near Sillc, with their wide tucks and deep Trill; black and navy and a few odd shades. Regular price J2.00. Saturday .50 For Something Nobby in Ladies' Dresses. One Price Style at a Big Saving to Purse. Pretty styles, up to the moment in style, Serges and Panamas, some silk embroidered, others with Lace Collurs or yoke; navy, black, grey and tan. Regular price 510.00 to Saturday L-0 50 Get Your Share of these Lovely Bedspreads on Saturday. There's only 50 to be sold at each. It's tiie greatest bargain yet in Quilts; fine American Iloneycombe, in pretty patterns, soft and easy to six.fi, Re- gular value 51.50; as long as they last, each A Drop in the Price of Pillow Slips of Special Interest to Housekeepers and others Pillow Slips made of excellent cotton, no starch, ready for use; made with deep hem. size 34x20; regular price 50c pair; Saturday per pair....... Another Great Kid Glove Event for you Ladies on Saturday at 90c per pr. Hurry Up Most al! sizes in tans and black; a nice soft, pliable French Kid, two dome fasteners; stitched points; (i to about enough for the day's sell- ing; all one price; splendid chance for Xmas gifts; only, per pair 200 Pairs of Warm Gloves for Ladies and Misses, Ring- wood knit, values, 25c and 35c for only 15c Stylish and warm Wool Gloves, all colors; also white ribb cuffs. You i will do well to get a half dox.en pairs of these. liesular 25c and 35c gloves; I tjCl Selling Saturday at, per pair.............................................. A Dollar Day in Kiddies' Sweaters. Now, Mothers, bring them along and Fit them out. Nice v.-arm, heavy, all wool knit Sweaters in plain colors, wiili combina- tion collars and cuffs, all one to tea years In the lot; Saturday, each lOc for Lovely Flannelette m plain, pink, white, fancy stripes or dark Shirting Patterns Excellent cloth, soft and wide patterns; all excellent values; Al at, 12Vi- and Me. Saturday, per yard The Furniture Store of Sunny Alberta Thai's HILL'S. -lust take tho elevator to our Second and Third Floors -and see the magnificent display of Bedroom and Dlningroom sets; Office Furniture and odd pieces. The assortment is magnificent Prices ri-ht 11 THE 12 STORE OF SATISFACTION THE BIG STORE E. J. HILL CO. 1' 3rd Avenue, Lethbridge CHOOSE YOUR GIFT GOODS NOW the big rush begins, while.stocks afford the greatest variety of choice ami when you can-make selections to the liest possible advantage. STOCKS IN EVERY SECTION' ARE At THE HIGHEST POINT OF COMPLETENESS Conveniently displayed for quick' and satisfactory choosing and priced in all fairness consistent with such reliable and ex- cellent qualities. Handkerchiefs Iu wonderful variety lOc. to In fine Baby Irish and hand crochet work 25c. to Aprons Beautifully trimmed in laces, ribbons aad hand embroidery. 25c. to Scarfs In knitted silk and silk lined' goods all washable. to Scarfs In a lovely collection of various makes. to Centrepieces Of Hand made Cluny and MadeHa work to In the new Robespierre and new Jabot effects, as well as bows and ties. 25c. to Bags In a splendid collection of leather, silver, velvet suede and beaded goods to SIR WILFRID WAS Couldn't Debate ;ihe Naval Bill on First Reading, Must Speak Later B j Ottawa, Dec. slier rose amid cheers (of tliBcn.sshig the important measiitc j sitting of the railway commission here j which has been submitted to "Wednesday nest were also discus- house by my right honorable friend sed. All complaints are in the hands J i indeed, as I understand the rules of of the transportation and freight rates Wilfrid Lniir.- itter Mr. Hor- I clcn had completed his naval speech j and said "I do not rise with any intention m OF TRADE GREATLY MR. PRICE'S PROMPT ACTION R TRAIN SERVICE MEETS WITH APPROBATION The wire from Superintendent A Price of the C.P.R. at Calgary to th Board of Trade yesterday stating tha it was likely the double train service would be inaugurated on the Alder syde rline next spriim early in th season, 'was favorably received by the board meeting last night, and the board will endeavor to obtain a defi promise from the company to start the service early in JIarch. Other matters pertaining to the the house they would preclude my do- ijing so, the rule being that there "shall !jbe no discussion on the first reading 'of any bill. "Yvilh regard to the point of order, I think niv rinht honorable friend is committees. The meeting last night was resolved into a special general meeting lor the purpose of considering notices of mo- tion. Two notices were given, one changing the end of the board's fiscal in order, though the to Dec. 31, and the other setting clauses cannot he discussed until tliejUie date of the annual for resolution has bejn brought down. To, the third Frlrtay ln jaTmarj. instead 0, ir.-y mind a', the present.moment, the'February as heretofore. The board's money coiisKleratioD, important as jt: is, is not the curt consideration ot 'the'measure, and I have no fault to find with my right honorable friend tor having introduced the hill fcofore I introduced the resolution. "I may say to my right honorable [friend thnt I am glad to tell him ftliJil I thoroughly appreciate ami the will alsn. 1 lieiitve, the very notice, of motion dealt with th niation of a mining section oC the hoard. Both these notices will be dealt with further at the next full meeting of the hoard. REV. MR. CAMERON'S 2nd, with all members present. Tlw routine work only was brought before the council and was disposed of in regular order. The annual meeting of tire Warner, Agricultural Society was held yester- day afternoon in Hall. goodly number were present and much interest was shown in the several questions that came before the ing. i The officers elected foi ,1913 are a' follows President F. S. Leffmg-' wcll first 0. Bar- That Canada can hold Her own with "ecohd other nations in resard to thWs com- tf'lW vr4 livered last night by the Rev, A. a Lv le at Knox church. Quite a Dr. w H. Scottj Hernlan Ol PASTOR OF KNOX CHURCH PLEASED LARGE AUDIENCE WITH ELOQUENT DES. CRIPTIVE LECTURE number of citizens turned out to hear Mr. Cameron, who handled his sub- ject very capably, he having been over most of the territory included his ecture. Starting from Halifax: on the east, he descried the eastern part of our Dominion very minutely, illustrat- ng his remarkg with lantern slides. )nc thing that he wished not to be iverlooked the magnitude of our isherles, winch amount financially to rbout each year. Passing hrough Nova Scotia and the eastern tart qi that historic province, Quebec, ve come, at length to the city of .lontreal. Mr. Cameron favored his udience with a late photograph of the arbor in this city, which, when -we hink of the amount of commerce pass- is through that point, is certainly uadenuate in its accommodation. Coming along the Ottawa river and e St. Lawrence we find scenery un- urpassed in the Dominion. Showing various lumbering scenes, Ir. Cameron pointed out why Canada ould boast, of the largest white pine rea in America and the largest pulp M. Blitterfleld, Hurry Quinn. secretary-treasurer's report showed the society in good stamitni; financially atal a vote pf thanks tendered him by the society for the able manner in which he had handled' the business of the year. Three or four inches of snow on1 the grounds makes it seem like -win- ter, although no cold -weather has been cxperience'd as yet. Since the passage oJ an English j temperate manner in' which he has jaw requiring humane treatment area in tnc world. Agriculture presented mcasiin- just laid before horses in mines several forms of not overlooked. The west and her 11 the house. masks to protect their ht-ads and eyes wheat fields and miles of prairie will not agree with him in all from projecting coal and rocks have th things, imt that will be the subject ncen invented, for discussion on another occasion. I may say further, I am glad to tell I him that whatever may be the devo- tion to tin: British Kmpire, we on this side of the house stand on a par with nisi: in HUH matter. (Heor, "An important feature in the speech of my right honorable friend is the memorandum which has been laid te- j house nnJ the house and the comitVf will be glad lo know from this memorandum that we are not cnnfrontcd with anv emergency .or any immediate damvr but have to deal witii the new condition which has been lirouirtu at.oui, not only in 3 Europe and the British Kmpire, but j {all over the world by the excessive Ij which have taken place j i and even now an- on in 1 laoi-i.1. "I have no further observations to S make on the prr.snit occasion, but jf jwill reserve discussion ior ihc second reading of the hill." Tiie bill il'a.-, thru ii-ad for iin- nisi j time and the house proceeded to the next order of the dm TREES (.Vnicnco. I FLOATING IN III., lire, hundred! at, Christmas from i wreck of the Itou.si Simmons, floated Jin at Kewanre, Two Uivfrs and Stir Bay. iod'iy. The Micliigr.n convention, 'id in Grand KapMv rfi-ently, in-, j dorsed Hie workmen's compensation j law and 111 CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES lOc 10c 20c 30c 20c 15c DATES Per pound PRUNES. Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per dozen MIXED PEEL Per pound TABLE FIGS Per pound Special 20 Ibs. SUGAR 5J I BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib....... APPLES, PER BOX he 51-hour for women.] Westminster Store NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE 361 cast "with its model farms graphically described. British Columbia with her lumbering, salmon fishing, and fruit industries was not forgotten, and these were explained thoroughly. Those who missed hearing Mr. Cam- eron certainly missed a treat and an- other lecture M-il bo looked forward to! by those more fortunate, with a great ncal of interest. New Parlon Mr. T. A. Cornett announces UlAt is opening an undertaking- at 705 Fourth avenue South, have a full line of all funeral ites. will SOCIETY IN GOOD SHAPE AND EVERYTHING BRIGHT FOR THE FUTURE Warner, Dec. Monday, Dec. 2nd, a nomination meeting was held in Gnxly's Hall for councillors of the Warner rural municipality. Six nom- inations were made, but one has since withdrawn, leaving only the (no ir- quired which will be declared without a poll. The councillors j.re: well distributed over lhr niuniciiulhy' and no trouble should be cxpori'.u'.vd by them in admiuislrriun the of llir municipality satisfactorily. The last regular council niorting of i Mas held on llic evening of Dec. j Appropriate Xmas Gifts Have you ever considered what excellent girts can be giv- en in Electrical Goods? It you are in doubt as to what to glye come and see our selection, for wo feel sure that we can help yon in this matter. We have a splendid stock oC beautiful" Table and Hanging Lamps, also Wall Fixtures, Poolt- et Lamps and Torches, Electric Irons, Toasters, Percolaters and all kinds of useful articles too numerous to mention. These make splendid and ac- ceptable gifts. Come early while the selection is good. A Boom 'io Every Housekeeper Eureka, electric vacuum cleaner, a necessity in the mod- ern home. Will operate over hardwood floors, tile floors, lino- leums as well as carpets and rugs. It works very rapidly and is operated with great ease. A splendid Christmas gift to any housekeeper or young married couple. Come In and let us de- monstrate them to you. The Leicester Electrical Co. S. O. E. BUILDING 10th St. South. Phone 1332 i Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and phompt ;