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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Taee 8. THE LETTTBIttlXJE DAILY HERALD Monday, December S, CLARKE GO. THE LADIES' STORE AcafeBUd Just Fourteen More, Shoppiriif belFoW Tuesday Bargains in SuitableGift: Things Our Christmas preparations, -this-'-year Lave- been made OH a larger scale than ever liel'ore, and every- thing liiis-bcon chosen with great care so that uoue.but. goods of quality arc here. Along regular lines of merchandise, vie have purcVui-d a number cf bargain concesjlons from original prices, and theM will fHturid from now until ChrlslmH, or Jurt at qualities last, at rtprewntlng one-quarter to their actual ..worth. 35c TUESDAY SALE OF DAINTY HANDKERCHIEFS, TWO FOR Regular 25c valuei' Fietty Amriswyl hand embroidered goods, ilAinty designs oa one corner, uiirtfw hem, hemstUclied. 15c -TUESDAY SALE RI3SONS Regular 25c value Splendid quality, four inch taffeta, ribbon, shown In a full rauge of all the wanted colors for CJiristmas use. TUESDAY SALE OF WALKING GLOVES Regular A complete range- of: now to hand; tans only, one deuce At wrist, the- correct style for vrvfent wear. V TUESDAY SALE-OF HAND MADE pOILieS 95c 25c -lace and handmade .Clunycdges, six io nine inch TUESDAY SALE OF BROCADED PETTICOATS -.Regular J5.00 Value Handsome silk brocaded skirts, shown in colors, Paddy, Xell Rose, Hello. Tan, Navy, etc., cut in latest narrow style. TUESDAY! SALE OF DAINTY 45c Worth-vp to Handsome- lare and slocks. In some ot the best styles of the season. aWy dieap al the price. All remark- 'rltMUOO DISCOVER MISTAKE IN AWARDS AT THE WINNIPEG LAND SHOW -.Wiar.ysj, Deo. in connection with the awarding oi tlie prises won by contestants at tfc? Canada Land and Apple Stow lifM bete a week's ago, reveal the fact that the first award for Ihe best barley' was made and announced 'in error. Tut prize xvas sent to a far- mer in Saskatchewan, but re- turned ly him lojrtoer with the. statement that he had no such eihi- bit at show, aoi so was tot en- titled to a-prize. Upon looking .up the'records oi Ihe exhibits, It was founa .the prize-winner was shown by N'ick Taitinjcr; the- well farmer of Claresholru, Alber- ta, and. the .priie has constqwntly beta forwarded, to him. This; adds greatly to .trie-list oi Alberta accom- plishments. -Taitinger won. the best wheat; and Arthur 1'ertey of Cardslon, took the first in >jariey, so the best-, prhes in all tbe grain classes went to Southern Alberta, special commendatory luchtion being made o! the exhibit of flat sent in by Chas, Kane o! there being 'ng prizes, for the class of exhibit .which ho entered. Clergy Against, Hotelmen for a Local Option Bylawin West Lome Thomas. OnL, Dec. un- usual scene was witnessed at the ineeting of the West on Monday, when the. clergymen of the presented a petition against fcubffiittlng a local option bylaw and the hotelmen presented one In favor of.lL_ The'council, in a quandary, filed both, petitions, telling.the back- of the pro-movement that they should have taken action in the mat- ter before November I. thus making the submission of the bylaw on'. It JE said that the unusual situa- tion came about through the fears of tee clergymen that the measure would not carry at the present time." The uotelniea, being aware- of this timidity- on the part of the gentle1 men ot the cloth, were naturally de- sirous forcing the issue. West Lome is without licenses ill present, tbe provincial secretary 'ift dering all. licenses cancelled follow- ing the litigation tion. bylaw of three years Vgo. 1 was finally declared not carried. TODAY Think'r.ot on "yesterday, nor trouble borrow may'be in store for you But let today be. your incessant vincc'cf Alberta. Official trustee, G. A'ntl-V'viseclion and Ailmal Prbitc- Congress, which'opens in Wash- Sections 6, 7, 38, !9, 3D ami tbe west halves o! Sections 5, S; 17 anil the scuti-wesl quarter of Section 20'Township 4.Range J7 and Sections 5, i. 3, 10, 11, I2j 13. H, 2J, 24. 26, 27, St, 35 and 36 in Township i Range 18. west of the Fourth Merid- ian, have teen erected into a School J'listrict under the name of The. Iowa District Xo. 3659 of the Pro-i JV. Morton, Warner. -jtion Sections 15, 16, 17, 20. 21, 22, SO, the east half of Section 18 and the' east half and' no.-th-Trest Quarter of Section 1? In Township 4 Uange 36; Sections 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, and .the north halves of Sections 20, 21, 22, 55 and 24 In Township 4 Range west of the Fourth Meridian, have been''erected. Into, e. School District tinder the name of Tbe Oregon School District Ko. 3060 of the Province'of Albefla. .Official trustee, G. Vi'.'Hol- royd, Sections 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20. II, 22, 23, 24. 25. 25, :i, 28, 29, 30, 31, the scpth half and north-west corner :of Section.32, and the south halves of fieclions 33, 34, 35 and 36 In eilp of the-.Fourth Meridian, have been erected..Intoi 't. School -District under .the name, ol The.Idaho.Sc-hool District No. 3061 ol the Province ot Offlcia' trustee, -Montgomery Caldwell, V.'sr uer.- Sections 27, 28, 29, 33, 34 and the south half and north-east quarter (f Section 31 in Township S Range Sections 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10 and the cast halves ol Sections 6 and 7, in Townihlp 4 Range 16 west' of .the "Fourth Meridian, have been.erectec Into a St-jool District updef.the narae of The Redfield School District.Ko G062 of the Province of AlberlaJ OfB tial trustee, J. W. FAMOUS FOE VIVISECTION ARRIVES JN NEW GIVES HIS VIEWS' I Dec. ng tbe huii- iPE to-the InternaUonal ington-qa December .MlEs'.Lihii af-Hageby. illss Lind is. a native of.Sweden, was the'.fpaQd- "''v CHINA Makes a prttty, useful and very acceptable Xmas Gift. J. H. offering a Discount of off her pretty awortmer.t of hand, painted own which wilt be ori ule at her ;1221-5tliAve.S, Tlinrs., Dec. 1.1 Fnm 1 Evtnlnj C01TEB i day _ Tomorrow's in the fnVtiist'is air. Today-the best that in him' lies iVill find'the road that leads to clear- .er skies. -Keadrick Bangs. business Tomorrow yoU have with. You steal if yo'J touch tomot- dlt .on the female oC fa'milfps ot (he ciicVetcts'-Klio pic- pared'ithc same.'-The anair was success irom every the matiagetncnt aie'to he twattily fbagrat'jlitfd ca She able manner..ja which' thcj- arranged ar.J carried CLUSi ANB SOCIETIES The "Women's. Foreign Jlissioriary'.church will meet al 3 o'clock'cm1 _ .On Vfedncsdav -.nisht, the teacher Sirs. n. Howard Dobson, 512 Four- I .The. Young tidies'-Sodality ol St Hostesses a" sale 'o 820 Fourteenth liidferhiebiJdfelsed'dolls md oth c cr Christrals goods in the store occupjfd hy Mr. H.ulntr, oa the (crath.St., ami .Miss .Dunne will at homo to the young' people in the er cf this rtie has become .he record for'Wliarljoprobably lie ongest address made to an English court. Last April she lost the action she had brought for ilbel against Win Waldorf, 'Aitor's Pall it all' Gazette tier, she'tad 'acted aa her own at torney and bombarded her opponents with an aggregate o[ words. Inlervleived on her arrival here, she told of how a visit to thc.Pasteur In- stitute ia Paris'.wh'ere the cruelties practiced 'animals tad sickened her. Induced, to mine to.devote her ibfl'3ne''and time "bogs.'haye .'declared VI am as sure .of, it as that '1.-arc talking to time acd.aealn gazing mtb space, and I know' ho WM that I. could 'not. ;Dogs; are goodx and; Bqme are They.have manner truly ap- are aware-of jmiiend- Ing danger, and "Wen. tor- tu red-by .vivisection] s (a, not only phyetcal but psychical "suffering knife in these .experiments .are rarely entirely under the: influence "of evening. 1-1 ,j tomorrow Sirs. 'Alyin Ripley. Mrv Winnipeg, is i H--Fiancis, I Nintti.Ave., S.. Jlrs. R. ff.. Kohinson will lormall St." Marr.'s bazaar in the parts I noon. 'Afternoon- tea -will be Irom three to supper servec Iro- j articles, etc Mr. of Macleod, formerly a! this city, was renewing acquaint-j. ar.ces over week-end. Mr. Kii a week- be on sale. All the ladies of Wesley congtega ife'tby? Hat, teiuested .to have their dona end visitor in the citv. i at the church, by 2 p.m. tomor ;iow (or the bazaar and sale- of lane- member o! the Ccnttal. school Stan, '_hnD the Drown Betty .'tea is.opsn IHX Although Miss McKay is -son- a otilcr thit Iherjinay be judged, b e th ct0wd of r 5 usual. Mr. aions or a ance a e Chateau Lauiicr on Thursday Mr. Harold 'Magtath Wt this mbrn- at 4 i j "Tfhe Men and Women ol Toaiorro and Mrs. C. A. Magrath "f Invitations for a dance at the JKt 9f an address 4q he, given at 11 meeting of the ttornen's Civic ctu Y.M.O.A. on Thursday at, 3.3 by Kate Wiltshire, "The Tattler ,of the Calgary News-Telegram, j This will he the ..last meeting i the club tbis Irear, when arrang irnenls will be made for the .anou meeting next month. The executi will serve alternopn-lea. 1 Tonight in Knox.'church at ing for Ottawa, to he present at the function. Mrs. H. W. Church welcomed a goodly number on Saturday afternoon when ehe received'for Ihe first tlmej this season. Klchmond roses in pro- fusion aiado the home moat "attrac- tive. Miss Patteson poured lea and Dorothy and Hilda, the daugiiters o! i oVlock A. G." McPhfdran eig the home, served the viands. jgive an illustrated kctuie on I work in India. A ,cordial fnrllati. tended all to hear thls.addte "Made in Canada" Week AT THE Hudson s Bay Store .Magniiicent Display ofy High Grade Mer- ctiandise, Maje in 'Canada: lor Canadians This .week we are making a'special feature 01 Made in Goods. Ever since this store was established aimed 'at the-goal of commercial un- In Canada we have steadily supremacy Eve'ry this western .cpuntry realizes the questioned qualities of Hudson's Bay mercnanaise. ullmg this demand Wbigh-grade goods, Canadian manu- facturers have helped :wonderfully. Working hand, in hand with us as they it is riot surprising to find so much of their finest merchandise at the Hudson s Day Stores, finer qualities in many instances than they, send elsewhere. Each quality as priced- here, constitutes the very highest "standard of value. comes forward with its special the special announcements on other'pages in this paper. 5 AND DISTRICT Magiitrate'.on the Job; D. H.. iibltce ma'Bistrate, as the first voter to-cast t.uoli "E" on Sixth avenue.todayj. Steamship Arrival The Allan lice s.s. Ionian from Lon- O'D docied'at >Ialifai on Friday. Pas- are due here on' Wednesday. Fifteen Dayi'Hand Throe .drunks were and each, y" One IJetn'g" tinable" to p. he to V- Deporting mieiatlon Officer Humphries to- lay completed arrangements for the spoliation of two undesirables, one going to Finland, the other to Un- led N fhankc South Lethbridge AMOclJitioh Arthur Jtoid wishes ['resident' Blacbirrne and the -South Ralepayers' assoclaU ilg apnreclition (or .thj.courtesy-'ex- pended him .on Saturday night; when Was allovred to speak to the bum' per meeting in Gatbraith achool, i Election Returns at the Bijou Tonight The management ot Ihe Bijou The- atre stato that elec'.cn returns will be atmounced In the theatre tonight. It Is expected that firat choice votes will be counted by nine o'clock, 'r- Heard Appeal Catcc Joliu R.-Palmer returned Saturday from Calgary, where ho has been at tending several appeal cases. In the case ol Rarrle versus the Diamond Coal company, an from award made by Judge Jackson, judge rnent was reserved. The case of sarrlnnl versus Hazel, which Invol Uic question a.9 to -whether a workman living outside the province could t" forced (o provlic security for the costs of proceedings, was also com pleted and judgment reserved. .The caae of the crown 'versus Tony Lorn bard was not heard. An AddrcM on Opllmlim At the Men's Own meeting In Weil mlnelcr church yesterday afternoon the expeilments would be spoiled If they were. "fpssne surgery Is the order of the day. Surgeons devote much time :he removing of what they consider ,._ Don essential parts of the.uuman an- atomy." Mlas.Irind af-Hagcby makes no com- }roiiilse with the vlvhectloniBts, group ng them all under 'one general head of non-scientific experimenters whoso researches have contributed nothing to the total of.human knax- if I were ready to concede misfortune to have her wrist broken emphasizes'the necessity o I Create I _ care, especially, when a nurrtber ce are Ih. ._., L6iik.ts ,._, utday. address very realistic. tie Ar.othtr enjoyable and.well patton-t aflait can BOW be chalked up to the credit of theMaclpod 'Cricket club, the ol which put on s confm his home suflcring "witli jlieumal ORIGINALITY IN DESIGN QUALITY IN WORKMANSHIP MISSE.W.FILMER At Bawden Bros. Hull Block ART NEEDLEWORK EMBROIDERY If you >re tceklng something entirely new for Christmas GUI go and iffss B. Vf. Kilmer, Lcthbrfdge'a Art Needlewoman -BKwden Bros. c. ;