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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALP Thursday, Dwemlicr I. A Sale so different to other Sales, inasmuch as it is an EMERGENCY CALL FOR CASH and in order to jaise the necessary amount we are compelled to sacrifice the most select stock of CLOTHING, MEN'S FURNISHINGS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS and BAGS IN THE CITY. Remember that every stitch of this merchandise has been Carefully and judiciously Selected and is the product of the most reputable makers. We do not traffic in Bankrupt Stocks or Job Lots; and you can rely on every article we sell you to be strictly up to the minute 20fii Century Suits at Half iprice Regular Suits, half price Regular 21.00 Suits, half price Regular 22.00 Suits, half price Regular 23.00 Suits, half price Regular 25.00 Suits, half price Regular 12.00 Ulsters, sale price Regular 15.00 Ulsters, sale price Regular 16.50 Ulsters, sale price Regular 18.00 Ulsters, sale price Sheep Lined Coats all going at half price Nobby Shirts, regular to sale price 85c Winter Caps, regular to sale.price 50c Entire Shoe Stock at Price Felts, Patent Leather; Box: Calf, Yici Kiel, Velore Calf and .all Working Boots Big bunch of nobby Hats, all going- at Heavy Ribbed Wool Underwear, sale price 65c Heavy Fleece Underwear, sale price 45c Large assortment of swell Ties, sale price 40c Men's odd Vests, regular sale price 75c Men's good heavy working Shirts, sale price 65c A large range of Dressing Gowns, Smoking Jackets, Silk Mufflers, Handkerchiefs and many other seasonable Christmas suggestions all at great reductions RELIABLE OPPOSITE STARLAND DISTRICT PfEWS year ago, when lie became the town's forward, thanks !o good weather, first mayor. All will join, however. and in spite of the bad crops the farm- 'n wishing him enjoyment of the rest i ers are still able to smile, and will if COLEMAX Coleman, Dec. (ions yesterday for the town council that has been well earned. A meeting was held in the Opera Mouse on Friday evening last, at which the affairs of the town were discussed at length by a number of the town council. W. L. Qninette art goe-a we'll, make good next year. Mr. Anderpon bus taken over the meat store, find we ail wish him well j a-s he is both acrommoclatingnnd bb- 1 7, and thoroughly understands his 1 fCupied the chair, and addresses wore of 1912 were as follows: For Mayor, delivered by Messrs. Cameron. Holmes w. u Quinette and David Hyslop: for !10d Chirk. Accounts were given of what had been done during the past. councillors: H. G. Goodeve, Henry .lamos, J. Swarm, II. Smith, J. John- year, ami suggestions were made of f necessary for Bton, W. R. Johnston, J. Unsworth. W. coin-sea of action Knowles, S. Leoshi and Wm. Fras- COUncIl of ____ er. The terms of three of .the conn- j Sanitation Inspector Dr. Port.' clllors expire at the end of the year, eavo a report of the work of hie de nnd with the resigning of A. M. Alor- during the year, rison, owing to prt'tiure other dut- ies and vhe roiiremcnt of Hay or Alex. Cameron, who baa decided not to be a candidate for the mayoralty, five places HI the municipal board will have to be filled from the above list Of twelve candidfrJes. Only Robert Holmes and Samuel Colenmii's first council NEW BRUNSWICK IS WAKING UP WOULD WIPE IT OFF STATUTES THE APPLE SHOW AGAIN NEXT FALL Spokane, Wash., Dec. al- ready chosen nost for ten national Conventions, including the Grange, in Spokane will have the second National Country Life Congress and EFFORT TO REPEAL RECIPROCITY jthe Aptfe Show mid TAFT IS Enakops jubilee next fall. One Of OPPOSED I "le features of the latter will be a band competition for substantial V-'ashinnton, evidences thai Doe. Unmistakable open to western organizations. It the. section of Con- j is planned to mass -from to greaa which began this wock wi'il no-.1, i-trained musicians in'open-air pnrad-as be concluded wuimiit n sharp tight j and public concerts. The apple show to repeal the Canadian reciprocity win occupy permanent quarters, !o be bill and on (he other haivd to exte nt! J main, which, by the way, may be tak- en as an Illustration of ihe evercbang- ing nature of life and things in min- ing tuwus. tl. dark, who also re- tires, will not be ;i candidate for mun- Iclpti! honors tills year. Mr. Cam- eron's many frifinis will regret Ji complete retirement from municipal affairs.- His name had bocoir.e aaao- oin'eil with the various municipal activity from earliest history, hut mi: chairman of ihe council for several 'years previous to tlm incor- poration Coloman a a a iovvn ono KIPP Gaiety hao lately prevailed at Kipp. Lnat Friday evening a successful dunre was held in- the new poo! room by Too Many of her People are Leaving for the West, tn auspices of thr Ovocstms Club order to vary the a to all countries the privilege o free ndmission frf wood pulp and print paper which is now enjoyed by Canada, appeared in the house today. Bills for ihft repeal of the la.iv were Introduced by Senator- Peyharn of Idaho, a republican, and by Rep-re- St. John, N. B.. Dec. people Isentatlvo Louis of North Da- or Xew HriinswiuK are (0 he Htirred Knla- republican Mr. lUin- over tlic of nilgTfltlon l in illlflrrieff: ._ turned down our olfer, we should now .00 many .mtlves ,t. lMlm( should In-io, -lie provide been be lllE of inn.1.-1 anil loo fuv.- iunnim-ar.fn from sonu-lhing lo auorliev rolinrr; erected at a cost of. .whjeh also voniioiia. .Into pliaaos Stephen Mnoliinnon. honorary sac- Diehardnon nt Ihe recoiu the town's of ,lev: club. Cunfnrenro in St. Bcrvcrl ns Thc !s -fnvnraHc to The liichop dnclarofl thai tlie ncil for buildlnfi, and a nntnher of pri-tly houn-1 must rouse ihemneirna and pnr.inr- are iKilijrruBlu-cl up hy the raillery jsiira n iollry of dpvelopmcnl I campaign not only the1 incasu'ic to Congress is regarded hy the dcmocrrillt; members of the house as a deliberate ncicmpt ''o rside irarfc tbn lari" as an issue in th6 ID12 C.C. WINE 8PIKIT CO. company Tho stork visited the homn of Mr. imovemeal. hut allraot many imnii- TELEGRAPHIC URIEPS and Mrs. N'ichol anrt Irft. n lino baby j grants to N'ew Brunswick. flTs.5.eiir.nid SOII Capt. W. S. I Tne Immigration commisslonerB of Richmond 1'arrx- Sound, is dead, the 5lrf. Clarq from Mou'ona. if at. pro-.tlm Canadian Northern Rnllway and dtin'cin'f. Ire. font i-iFiting at Kipp. tho Salvaiion Array have elace point- M Du'Tti'mhlav is iiMd Mr. Carol] has gone south .to out. that the province ahonk] he X', UV 'V ,n, hie relations in tho SUlei. very ranch more than it Is to V- i! M Rpv .Mr. Corcornn conducts si-r- leecure Immigrants and develop I .vice every fiunday In the. school bouse. riteotircee. a OiKlpli is pastor from City also Tbe jpoript! raissihg !ium ll.c horoc o! his [prrar-hnd last Sunday. the presB u ,B nicco in Strmnonr county. i Ki-nesf. -Krldison. Ihp popular sec- tho nor! few monllis n The hmllm of .Inlm II. Harris, of jtion htiBS. heeu llairafnireri In niovBineni will hr inalisur.: Newark. N.J.. am! flex Talt, of Blr-1 i Moiiitrch. ntcd for the njiecin) purpose of boom-'. luiiighaiu, Ala., were recovered from Thir station lias not. HO rnr. sl.irled inK Blulisaiok. ils 'he Ql'.ar.-n rlvnr, four mllns on walk over ihe 'oinr.ry. The oivn ptHipli- up a workipe: from llolh were aliout hus ugaiu hiH-il leductMl lo of Ihoir opportunities, ami "U years of and had lieen livlui; solitary anunt. jmaklm a atronn bW lor from [wllli their annt. They through house eongressea and con- Tlie concert by OIS musicians com- posing thirty bands in Oregon, Idaho and Montana; at. the show on November 27 set a re- cord for 'the, number of players and proved ;t success in even- Wal- ter P. Edris, postmaster of Spokane, who heeded a committee in charge of the arrangements, announced today thai not less than fifty, and possibly 75, bunds will brought to Spokane next r-oar. The Inland tompfrc Fednralion of Uommerqial clubs organized with -eiBhi chambers of -commerce mercc and the PedernUon, said today that it is expected io have one hun- dred commercial organisations affil- iated before the clpao of 1913. The Central "Fruit Marketing' Kx- change, composed of growers in tlm principal districts of Washing- fon, Oregon. Idaho and Montana, will begin an active campaign in a to provide markets Tor the crop of Tho motto adopted is is automatic If disLributioir is K. secretary of.thn or.inn izations. says the purpose o! movement is to give the growers ;i sat ami hoards of Irsde in Wasbingion, jisfnctory returii 'for' tbo in-odncts. The Oregon and Idaho, representing governing body is of elevun C'OO nvombers. K. J. secre-'practical growers, Iieaded hy H. W. uiry of the Spokane Chambfir of Coin- i Otis, "of Peshastin. Wtisb. James Buchanan I.iDgow and London ;