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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKfrinRTDCTC DAILY HERALD Monday, December 1012 MID-SEASON CLEARING SALE Positively the Greatest Price-Cutting Sale on Record. Determined to clear our stock of all Suits, Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Waists, Kimonas, Furs and Boys' Clothing regardless of Cost The Profit Will be Yours it you take advantage of these offerings Sale now on lasts ten days Fine Linens, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Gloves and Neckwear for the Christmas trade at lower prices than you'll find elsewhere GIRLS' COATS AND SERGE DRESSES REDUCED IN PRICE f 50 Serge and Panama Dresses Mjrked down to almost half rtrmer prices. Note the Reduction. .Ladies' Panama Cloth Dresses, with long or short sleeves, with or without collars, neatly made and piped with blending color. Regular values CC OC Clearing sale price extra quality Serge Dresses This is certainly, the greatest price cutting on season- able, stylish, and high quality Dresses you've ever met in this city. Plain Serge Dresses made up in the styles for this season. Some have lace yokes and collars, others have silk and button trimmings. Colors Navy CIA brown, tan and grey. Clearing Sale iirke and fancy Dresses FANCY VOILES with lace and braid trimmings, in grey, tan and black. Some are trimmed with silk fringe. Make very pretty and useful afternoon C 1 1 QR house dresses. Clearing Sale price iww Ladies' Tweed and Serge Suits TAKE A DROP TO ZERO PRICES 530.00 TAILOR-MADE SUITS drop to BeautlriU soft heavy tweeds and flno Coatings, Serges, lined with Kuarauteed satin. Correct in every detail, i Clearing sale price.................. Ladies'Tweed Tailored Suits The balance of the Suit Stock, with values C 1 4 Cfl up to Selling now at. one price w I iVV and Dress Skirts for ALL OUR SERGE AND PANAMA DftESS Black, Navy, and Brown. Clearing out Rt CO QC one price............................... Muslin and Lawn Waists A big lot of left-overs In finest quality White Mull and Persian Lawn, embroidery and lace trimmings, with or without collars. The styles are first class; so Is the quality. These waists are slightly crushed from -haudlins, otherwise in good condition. Values run as high as 51'.50, 53.00. and JJ.OO. Xow all one C 4 4 O Price 91.43 Good Furs at Rock Bottom Prices TOO MANY HIGH-GRADE MUFFS AND NECK PIECES on hand. The weather has been unfavorable for Fur which accounts (or vho Great Price Heduc- dons v.'e are now making to unload the stock. EXTRA FINE QUALITY MINK MUFFS, trimmed with sU heads and claws; full even quality dark shade. Our regular price was Price, is Clearing Sale 80-INCH STOLE, to match above muffs, Regular value J95.00. Clearing price PERSIAN LAMB MUFF Regular J3G.OU, for PERSIAN LAMB- NECK PIECE Regular for ONE ONLY, GENUINE HIGH-GRADE MINK Pillow Muff and medium size fancy cut Neck Piece. Regular Value ?15G.OQ. Clearing sale Price is....................___ FINE QUALITY GREY WOLF MUFF AND Very large muff and heavy shaped Stole Collar. The regular price for the two nieces was Clearing Sale Price is......... We are very" low prices on Mink, Marmot, Electric Seat and Rat Muffs and Collars. Boys' Clothing r prlco of pure wool Ish, styles; 54.50 With a dollar or two clipped off the reguli every Suit or Overcoat BOYS' HEAVY up from ImportedTweed Coatings, tailored in nmnn lined with mohair serge. Regular price fS.OO. Clearing Sule Prieo is BOYS' BLUE NAP REEFERS, for................................. BOYS' TWEED SUITS, for ages 10 to ii" years. Regular value ?G.OO; Sale price LITTLE BOYS' BUSTER SUITS For ages 3 to 7. Regular lines that sold at the sale price is Boys' Hockey Caps and Sweaters A big assortment showing at Sale Prices. A good timi to buy, don't you think? A Clean-up of Heavy Coats Wo don't want to carry over a single Ladies' Coat. All must go out this month. Our cut prices should iiccpmplish it. ALL CLOTH COATS up to J A Sale price 9 1 C.UU ALL CLOTH COATS up to C 4 7 Sale price .........................7. 91 j .0U ALL FINE BROADCLOTH COATS that sold fc 4 A A up to Sale Price............... 9 I O.UU THE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED DISTRICT NEWS GLENAVOOD is the ac- reunion of the town of Glemvood; Great preparations have been made for the event. The people all niei at 11 a.m. for a sociable entertainment 1 and dinner.' The program in the morning varied and interesting. The speech of welcome was delivered' by Bishop Edward Leavitt. The Glen- orchestra rendered two selec- tions during the program, which were very much applauded. Pres. El J- Wood, Thomas M. Brown, J. T. Brown, all from Cardston. were present to participate in the good time A most excellent dinner was made ready by the good ladies immediately afier the program, and at 2 o'clock everybody sal down to enjoy them- selves by satisfying the physical wants. In the evening a grand ball v.-ill be given to all. The day has been one of pleasure and enjoyment. On AVednesday night last the voters of the district were out in full force 1C hear the discussion on the propos- ed municipality bill. The meeting had persons were- youngsters. The local constable is working on the case bul nothing definite has been ascertained night last. The safe, which was oper j -p coffee nnd cake was served all ev .was not disturbed, and nothing V J lag at an extra cost. Every one en. j missed except some fruit, candy, e yed themselves, and pronounced the This would indicate that the guilo vhole affair a .success. It was not learned to what extent the guild was benefitted; but it is up to their ex- pectations. -Mr. A. W. Hart leaves on Tuesday for Spokane. lie will return about April next. Miss Eva Johnston, of High River, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. 3. Knight for the past week. She will return home on Monday. Sidewalks have. been laid in the Lundbreck sub-division, whicb adds greatly to the appearance of that part of the town. Miss Edythe Gllmore spent Sunday with friends in Blairmore. Mrs. Stringham is also back .again rom Utah. f Miss Rose 'Archibald Is out from Cardstou visiting friends and relatives during the week. The Glenwood orchestra has pur- chased a new pjauo for their use in the amusement hall of the town. The Dramatic Association of Glen- wood are going to put on "The Old Xew Hampshire Home" in the near i future. The public school children will give a Christmas concert in the amuse ment hall on Dec, 20th. COWLEY Co'wley, Dec. years to Bouthillier, and one year to Bruneau. were the sentences handed out at Macleod this morning to the cattle rustlers who were arrested here a couple of months ago. A petition was Dr. Dillon, Whose Despatches Have Been Accurate, Makes a Prediction THU.6'31 EFFECT OF DR. R. J. REID ARRESTED FOR FRAUD IS IN A CRITICAL CONDITION Winnipeg, Dec. R. J. Reid, who was arrested on Fridi Iieeii announced for two weeks but j circulated here the day before the the speakers did not appear. A full! trial a week ago, and over a hundred house waited and waited but at last {names were on. including all the .cenplu-ded that the little storm hadjniinent business men and farmers, for overcome the Liberal meinbt'rs, so' the release of Bouthiilier, they ail dispersed for home. avail. On the da; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Billingslev have Ithe of sentence, a number "f! returned from Utah where have Mends attended the court of visiting for the past few week J to Mnt if London, Dec. In the Daily Tele-j graph, Correspondent Dr. Ditiou, writing from .Vienna, takes a hopeful j view ol the peace situation and in-i sists that' all his optimistic prophc-j sics arc being verified. Casting his; eye over the Balkans, he reaches the! conclusion I "From what has come l-o my know-: Iodize of late I um firmly of the con- j victior. thai liitle will remain of the! Balkan coalition within twelve! R. J. Reid, thc conclusion o! j iday, Xovem- am, th_lt Turkey, llomnar.-! mUiHlicr, but to no .y of the trial, r CCiU1-clton with alleged; ia win constitute, committed in ihc city by if not in nnmc, the VniteJ j The grocery storR belonging to E. Savage was broken imo on Sunday Mrs- bonds for him, if necessary, for ehari- state's tire Ilulkan peninsula." at the i Comincntinn on the jirobaljle WAONELft UtSft A THOO THAW THI. i--------------tf -To DRIVE, THEL CROOKS OUT! feels hosPItal- When admitted, bcition ui the peace conference in Urn shu hasVeccived from! m aT1 condition, and the partition of Turkey, hi Some "Expressions" Caught During the Debate on the MacDonald Bye Election "MY STOMACH IS FlfiE Sines Taking Ha-Dru-Go Dyspepsia Tzblals" the kind help her many friends during the anxious period between hei {and trial. Mr. John Rhcd< Isaacs left on Friday night on a visit to England, They will be away three months. A very enjoyable evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. j Robinson on Thursday. (cards were the chief items of arouse- I ment. Mr. Charles Mitchell purchased n- ieveU 10 lie the eff-vct opiate, and of a lethal socs on disposed to regard this as most un- Luke (ikhrida. Ilulgaria will also an- ternational affair which will he set- BANK DEAL CALLEn OFF Sirs. J. Waterloo, Ont., enthusiastically rcconimeijds Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets. Her experience with them, ts she outlines it, explains why. "I was greatly troubled with my slie writes, "I had taken so much'medicine that I might say 1o tnke any more would only -be making it j new improved hay press from M C worse. My stomach just felt raw. I i Robinson this week read: of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets. I w P i., and a lady friend'- told me they were L B- has his chopping very easy to lake, so I thought I would 0utElt In his new building, give them a trial and really they worked ,and is to do chopping and wonders. Anyone having anything j srlmling while you wait. His new wrong -with his stomach should give i warehouse makes a decided differ- Dyspepsia Tablets a to the appearance of MB Oliiatp ind fin liiMltin- hnlmr "Y'inlh, r nrtji. firnC 'l 1UIIIUUIU Will HlbU Lt'l JIU tlUIiy 1 .Illilir WllK'U Will DC 3Cl only by pow H-sllenic'eoVernment will try hard to always provided the civil aur entire incorporate them is certain Ihoritics at UclRrade continue to her new acquisitions will prc- "U is a matter of indifference to wielti supreme power, ior ycstcr--sunfthlj- amount to threc-ffuartcrs of Toronto, Ont., Dec. will' be no merger between the Home Bsnk and the International, declared Col Dancing and; of the Home CanJ. tQday ich of the rom- tte orran "The deal has been called off and petitors succeeds in obtaining definite wo prefer to give no reasons." public possession of the islands with they will do the rest. My stomach is fine now and I can eat any food." One of the many good features of Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets is that they are so pleasant and easy to tnke. The 'relief they give from heartburn, nnd dyspepsia ia J3 s prem- The Ladies' Guild of the Church of England hold a sale of work during j tho .afternoon and evening of December hi the evening SOURS wore sung by Mesdamcs Dodson, prompt and permanent. Try one after Mealt. and Robinson, and Messrs Me-1 "kC Hawkins, afler which a r person 5oc, a box at your druggist's com- pounded by the National Drug aiu! Chemical Co. of Causuls, Limited, Aloutrcal. luncheon was served. About ten o'clock dancing 'was commenced, to music supplied by Hio Pincner Creek orchestra. Ice cream and cake, Certain in results because purest in q u a 1 ity; try it and see. govern men t, to su hm i t the exception, however, of those.'" Europe's decision, command the entrance to tlie' Clouds Drii't Houghly, Sen'ial I'risrcnil, and Old Scr- i 'ifa will also he added to King Pct- fl''s domains. "Montenegro, was first to opes DOWNTHE COLD OR IT WILL DOWN YOU The danger of colds is too well known to need emphasizing. Dardanelles and on that account are' "Under the circumstancrs Vtm'l iv-lio was first to open iVU regarded under the immediate guard- clouds on the political horizon campaign, will also receive aeon- iu vT ianship of tlie signatories oi the drift awoy as I always maintained accession of territory hut great Us beneats cannot be treaty of Berlin. If Greece were to ttiev would. The largest part 6i Scutari, to which Nicholas !lay claim to any of these, the mat- key" in Europe will he partitioned! attached such importance, and so: _ 1 ateen at the inception of a cold ter would have to be referred to the among the belligerents and instead of' without a war indemnity which is a it cures immediately, and at all powers. .six and a quarter million inhabitants? stl11 "cater disappointment, {or Men- stages of the cold its results ire I "f am inlormed from Cnnstantin- which It numbers today, it will conn tpm-'Sro is sorely in need of ready satisfactory. money, and unless loan he ople that the Porte is resolved tore- only one and three-quarters. This---- i fuse the cession of any part of an added tn that of Tripoli and CcytSn- neirntiatpcl serious difficulties j autonomous Albania "lo the llalkan aica is the "raatcst ever he encountered in Nicholas1 lit- !-states. This decision ii car- Ottoman Kmpire in one realm. ried out, relieve Aiistria-Hunpary of "Turkey's houndaries in "Greece, too, has no isomi ri'.istiu tht; necessity of intervening leUvcen hi? henceforth marked hy the Cijer he dissali.sllcd witli her share of Wervia and Turkey, for if .Minima is .Maritza down to its estuary spoils. Suutlic-rn Macedonia, I-'iMrus, decl.-ired uutononious, it, follows the ijuli of Enos where it enlers tin1 Servian occupation miisi end as soon can .Sea. as llie peace trcilty is signed. Hut ''Ilultijria's extended frontiers -should .surrender the Alhmi- commence on the opposite ian sculioard to Servia, and 1 am Mariuit and reach to the A'fg- the peninsula of ChaKidike r.nd 1 will constitute I'.er reward fcr 1-viH risk she ran before the was eonip'ete. of. "I'osseKsion oi Saloniki is a the The Tar has local curative power, the Cod Liver Oil ge- neral tonic value; combined they do the double duty. Large bottle 35 cents. At nil drum. Vfhrn iK-attachr nm! fcrer srt prestnl with lake Krnlic IWdcn to n-.l.n-e Ilic (tvcr nll.y Ihc p.ln. I I Co., ftop.., Sbcrlirootc. (rj Winnipeg Stock at Messrs. Ferguson Bros., 123 Bannatyne Ave., Wlnnipea, Man. ;