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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 8, THE LETHBHIOGFy DAILY ITEK ATJ> 11 THE CHRISTMAS STORE A better Christmas store than ever, greater assortment of useful Gift things, wider range of money-saving prices specially prepared for the gift season. Buy sensible, lasting, useful things, rather than the perishables that last a day The Christmas Stocks of Silk Waists are all Here Such a beautiful collection of novel- ty waistb to choose fronl. Stripes, checkH, Dresden am! plain silks, iinil trimmed to tlie very latest touch. Pric'iS 'exceptionally close for Xmas trade, A Handkerchief Shower All kimly have fjilleu hero.' Some1 lo.vely flings trimmed with Irish luce. Fine Swiss and Irish embroidery, plain linen initialed. Plain, hemmed, fancy boxed; also fancy Handkerchiefs for the llttlo folk. Price, eash from 3c up to Furs As Xmas Gifts 'What c on Id be nitiK iipju'cciatPfl tli in Unth warm, I in-- c Inivo them lions at tho eorrec't price, in. many shapes and sixes. .Muffs, stoles and scarfs, in Blauk. Mink; Sable.. Hudson Seal, Persian Mink 11 tin not, and many cheaper grades up per set Ladies, You can't afford to forget the Gentlemen. When selecting Gifts. This store carries an extensive line of fine gloves, suependers, mufflers, cashmere and lisle hose, fine underwear and handkerchiefs for men. Gifts For Babies Crib-.Cbmfortpi's, pure silk, pure sanitary cotton filled. Shades rod, Each Crib and fluffy, Teddy Bear, Duck ana Fisli pat terns. Colors pink and white, blue unrt wllite-r- Each Angora Baby Uong Each to S1.50 to Wool Baby Short i Fine quality 25 up to 65c 75c up to J3.00 Evening Gowns as Gifts fqr Mother or Daughter The best wove in or reception jgpwns, stocked for tho Chnstmas trade. They conic In all pretty' deli- cate shades of ninon, chiffon, silks and la.ce nets. rim ;tt and J35.00. We make them at one price for Xmas ell Your Choice A Hand-Bag is the Gift of Gifts With Many Women Handsome brigs lit 52.75 giving choice of goat or goat'seal lea- ther, Ica-lher lined, frame finished in uicklc, gnnmetiil inside pocket nnd purse. Solid leather strap handles.. Ciiristnias Gift Price .il" Llioii icspt'Otivc sg 7o ajid c cnnMhink ol no more gift than the linos de.-cribed below. Then thin bag at is dressy enough' for best wear being mnde of black silk velvet, embroidered or plain, with long cortleliere. handles.. Others are seal leather-In a size and style finish- ed with German silver. Each Overcoats ami Suits for the Boys g some very smart styles at very moderate prices. Then a.gain .we are not handling- the cheap Boys' Clothes at all. If we can't sell the .better grades''of dependable Coats-and Baits sell. Cheap trashy, shift'is dear at Ooixi Soils at and viood 0vereoats at !fifi.OO aiul Linens Make Acceptable Xmas Gifts The, lady oi' the house loves tine linen; you can't give her too many.fancy pieces. You'll find what yon the right prices here. Embroidered Centres. Lace Edge Centres, Runners; Trays and Lunch Cloths in II, S, Linen. Drawn work or embroidered. Large Table Cloths and 3Srapkins at a range ol' pnees to suit all. Linen .Pillow Slips, hand cmhroidcred, very fine per pair Linen Towels, pure bleached soft linen, per pair 50c, 75c and Come often, and come as early in the day as possible. Look through the nov- elties gathered from all quarters for this Christmas selling. CONTEST IS NEAPING VEND Interest in Civic Fight Be- coming est Talk On Monday tho ratepayers of Leth- bridjje .will haiul'le live ballots. 1 For mayor. 2 Kor -'our aldermon. U POT three school trustees, 4 For or against a bylaw to rulso for the installation of .street railway system, with life neces- sary extensions to -the power plant. 5 For 'or against a bylaw providing for the construction, of u public lib- rary; So far the interest lifts been con- fined almost solely to tho mayoralty and alderrnanfc contests, but today several of the citizens are out boost- Ing for the bylaws. It is very_neces- sary that these Bylaws receive the support of the and' al- though tliere is little doubt will be favorably passed, upon, those behind the very anx- ious to have 'a "targe their favor to show that thp majority-of tho citizens are 'behind tho enterprises. t In the mayoralty contest tho. iirier- 'eet'te becoming intense and'the sup- porters the different candidates are losing no opportunity to lay be-fore the voters their reasons for support- ing favorite. U will be a close election, but troin tho tali; on the .street among Jiis friends there seems to be little doubt about tbe suc- cess of .Mr. Hatch's candidature. Some bis supporters, are predicting for him a majority'of 200 over his oppon- ents, .and the 'fact that be has behind hinl the almast unanimous support of tlie business men of the city, it would appear thaf his chances are very good for election. all public affairs' trf the since coming here, coupled with his'experience In city building '.Tro beins used by his supporters as their main reasons for asking for bis election. Hatch.and a 'progressive policy, for Lethbridge is Iwttli cry, and it looks like ii winner. '.However5n Mr. Stafford they have a strong opponent and. one who has watched tho 'growth ol the city from the merest village, and tho very fact that hjc is an) old timer, frill, poll '.for1'him large'' number .of .votes. David KingAalso has his following am will likely cause a surprise when the votes are totalled up on'Monday even ins. -t i In fight, It is gen orally considered a gamble to name the With'.'eleven men in" the field the merest trHle may turn the vote in any candidate's favor, ant there will likely be some surprises furnished, vlloweyer, JIayqr Adams seems to' bej one pjf tho strong' candi- dates election is assured, Many think'lie w'ill head the poll.' younger- men in the Held. H.. .1. H. Skeith is looked upon as a winner, and will he well up In the running. Voting takes irtaco on Mo'nday-be- tween' We nitre and eight. With so many candidates and -bylaws to ballot' on, .nnlikcly that the resulj3 will.; be announced until riuite lute. "jts Qelicious Qrawiiig Qualities" Are inaniftiHtcd In millions off Teapots dally II THE TEA OF STERLING WORTH BLACK, M'lXEO er GREEHfr-geaSod Mi oil Inquiry la 7 I GARY ADpCATES ADVANCED VIEWS HEAD OF STEEL TRUST FAVORS PUBLIC CONTROL AND WIDEST PUBUCITY Washington, Dec. H. Gary chief executive officer of the United States Steol Corporation, stated again today before tho Senate committee of Inferstate Commerce his belief that the United States government must assume control of big corporations to protect the public and at the same time insure the advantage of corpora- tion .economies and development. Mr. Gary appeared before the commission which is .seeking a solution of the (rust evil, has -recommendations For the creation of a federal .corporation committee, the: licensing of all cor- porations, the regulation of their agreements and consolidation and complete publicity of their affairs. Ho admitted thai (lie steel corporation i could undersell any of its two hundred 1 competitors who