Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LKTnBRTlWE DAILY HERALD Moiulay, December 11) j 2 MID-SEASON CLEARING SALE Positively the Greatest Price-Cutting Sale on Record. Determined to clear our stock of nit Suits, Kimonas Furs and Boys'Clothing regardless of Cost The Profit Will be Yours it you take advantage of these offerings Sale now 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 50 Serge and Panama Dresses Marked down to almost half former prices. Note the Reduction. Ladies' Panama Cloth Dresses, wiUi long or short sleeves, with or without collars, neatly maiJe aiid piped with blending color. Regular values 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 ujt in the correct styles for this season. Some have lace yokes and collars, others have silk and buttoii .trimmings. Colors Navy brown, tan and grey. Clearing Sale price and fancy Dresses FANCY VOILES with lace und braid trimmings; in grey, tan and bluck. Some are trimmed with silk fringe. Make very pretty and useful afternoon house dresses. Clearing Sale price Ladies' Tweed and Serge Suits TAKE A DROP TO ZERO PRICES S30.00 TAILOR-MADE SUITS drop to I1S.50. Beautiful soft heavy tweeds and fine Coatings, Serges, lined with guaranteed satin. Correct In every detail. C1 O CA Clearing sale price 9 I OiOU Ladies'Tweed Tailored Suits The balance of the Suit Stock, with values C 1 Ctl up to 520.00; Selling IIQ-.V ar one price___91 I iOU and Dress Skirts for ALL OUR SERGE AND.PANAMA DRESS Black. Navy, :md Brown. Clearing out at nc one price 9 Muslin and Lawn Waists A big lot of left-overs in lines! quality White and ?4.00. price Now ail one high Good Furs at Rock Bottom Prices TOO MANY HIGH-GRADE MUFFS AND NECK PIECES on band. The weather has been unfavorable for Fur selling, which accounts for the Great Price Reduc- tions we are now making to unload the stock. EXTRA FINE QUALITY MINK MUFFS, trimmed with six heads and claws; full even quality dark shade. Our regular price was Clearing Salo Price, is 80-INCH STOLE, io match above muffs. Regular value Clearing- price PERSIAN LAMB MUFF Regular for PERSIAN LAMB NECK PIECE .Regular JGO.OO for ONE ONLY, GENUINE HIGH-GRADE MINK Pillow Mnlt and medium size fancy cut Neck Piece Regular Value J150.00. Clearing sale Price is........................ FINE QUALITY GREY WOLF MUFF AND Very large muff and heavy shaped Stole Collar. The regular price for the two pieces was An SliO.Ou. Clearing Sale Price is We are also offering very low prices on Mink, Marmot Electric Seal and Rat Muffs and Collars. Boys'Clothing With a dollar or two clipped off tho regular prlco of every Suit or Overcoat BOYS' HEAVY OVERCOATS-Made up from tiure iraportedTweod Coatings, tailored in mannish lined with mohair serge. Regular price ?R.OO. Clearing Salo Price Is BOYS' BLUE NAP REEFERS, for........... BOYS' TWEED SUITS, years, liepilar value Sale price luisn siyies; LITTLE For ages 3 to 7. at t'he sale price is BOYS' BUSTER SUITS Hegular lines that sold ft En Boys' Hockey Caps and Sweaters A Clean-up of Heavy Coats CoaVte Ladlcs' ALL CLOTH COATS up to 1 1% nn Sale price................ 00 ALL CLOTH COATS up to Vr-X Sale price.......... S 1 7 50 ALL FINE BROADCLOTH COATS thatVold ff 4 nn up.to 530.00. Sale Price THE SIMPSON CO., LIMITED DISTRICTNEWS night last. The safe, which was open coffee and cake was served ail ev- .not disturbed, and' nothing 1-ag at an extra cost. Every one en- yed themselves, and pronounced the GLENWOOD Glenwood, Dec. is the an- nual reunion of the town of Glenwood. Great preparations have been marie for the event. The people all met at 11 a.m. for a sociable entertainment and dinner. The program in the morning was varied and interesting. The speech of welcome was delivered by Bishop Edward Lenvitt. The Glen, 'ivood crcheHtra rendered two selec- tions during the program, which were very much applauded. Pros. E> J. 'Wood, Thomas Duce, H. 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 after the program, and at i1 o'clock cverybody sat 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 Wednesday night last tbe voters of the district were out'in full force tc hear the discussion on tbe propos- r-d municipality bill. The meeting had been announced for two 'weeks but the speakers did not appear. A full bouse waited and waited but at last concluded that the little storm had overcome the Liberal members, so they ail dispersed for home. Sir. and Mrs. J. M. Blllingalcy have returned' from Utah where ihej" have lie-en visiting tor the past few weeks. Tile grocery store belonging to k Savage, was broken into on Sunday This would indicate that the guilt} persons were youngsters. The loca constable is working on the case bu nothing definite has been ascertained as .vet. Jlrs. Stringhnm is also back again from Utah. Miss RCSG Archibald is out from L'ardston visiting friends and relatives during the week. The Glenwood orchestra has pur- chased a new piano for their use in Lhe "amusement hall of the town. The Dramatic Association of Glen- wood are going to put on "The Old Vew Hampshire Home" in the near uture. The public school children will give a Christmas concert in the amuse nent hall on Dec. 20th. COWLEY Co'n-ley, Dec. years to BouthlllieT, and one year to Crimean, 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 circulated here the day before the trial a week ago, and over a hundred names were on, including all the pro- minent business men and fanners, for a success, ft was not learned to what extent the guild was benefited, but it is up io their ex pectations. Mr. A. w. Hart leaves on Tuesday for Spokane. He return about April next. Miss Eva Johnston, of High River, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. S. Knight for the past week, she will return home on Monday. Sidewalks have been laid in the Lundbreck sub-division, which adds greatly to the appearance of that part of the town. Miss Edythe Gllmore spent Sunday with friends In Biairmore. OF THE SPOILS OF Dr. Dillon, Whose Despatches Have Been Accurate, Makes a Prediction "MY STOMACH IS FINE Since Taking Na-Drn-Go Dyspepsia Tablets" Mrs. J. MerkUuger, Waterloo, Out., reconiuieiiilB Na-Dni-Co Tablets. Hcrcxperiencewitli them, as she U, explains why. "I' was greatly irotiblcd with my sl-.c wrilea. "I had taken so much medicine that T might say to tnke any more would only be making it worse. My stomach just felt raw. I read- of Na-Dru-Co Dvspepaia Tnblets, and a Jady friend to'ld me they iverc very easy to take, so I thought I'would give them 2 trial and really they worked wonders. having anything wrong with his stomach should give Na-Dru-Cb Dyspepsia Tablets a trinl, they wzjl do the rest. My stomach is fin? 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 nnd easy to take. The -relief they give from heartburn, flatulence, biliousness and dyspepsia is prompt and permanent. Try one after each make you feel like new person. 5oc. x box at your druggist's com. pounded by the National Drur and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited avail. On tile day of the trial, ami j the day of the sentence, a number of 'riends attended the court prepar- ed to go bonds for him. if necessary. Mrs. Douthlllier feels very grateful for the kind help she has. received from her many friends during the anxious period between her husband's arrest and- trial. Mr. John Hhcdes and John R. Isaacs left on Friday night on a visit to England. They will be away three months. very evening was spent at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. C. Robinson on Thursday. Dancing and cards were the chief items of amuse- London, Dec. the Daily Tele- graph, Correspondent Dr. Dillon, j writing from Vienna, takes a hopeful view of the peace situation and in-, j sists that all his optimistic nD D isles are being verified. Casting his- OR. R. J. REID ARRESTED FOR, eye over the Ualkaus, he reaches the! FRAUD IS IN A CRITICAL conclusion CONDITION ''From what has come to my know- ledge of late I am firmly of the con- viction that little will remain oi the! I Halkan coalition within twelve alter the conclusion of peace, it llulgaria, Turkey, Rouman- Alhania will constitute, in i! not in name, the United t.-ble mr-Doces of the lialkan peninsula." "5 nn was ,n a, unconscious i r goes on i "Another possible prize which fires the imagination aiid'ncrves Greece's possession of islands inhabited by ___....._........................ Winnipeg, Dec. R. j. Reid.lmonl the release of Bouthillier but to no' >vas arrested on Friday, Novem-1 an. incr in connection with alleged frauds committed In the city by licitation of contribution MO BUOODTTPEf' lieved to be the effect or a Ic-thal opiale, and on inquiry being made late last night, it was learned that his condition is extremely critical. Some "Expressions" Caught During the Debate on the MacDonald Bye Election BANK DEAL CALLED OFF _ _ Circck populations wliich no longer 'Im-ctly. will be contviitcil to remain under "That Europe's summons the of the Sultan. Tliat the by Scrvia srenis now prov to always provided the eivil au- eltr itself and altogether the mHccUvcirl-ouli" nix" also an- ternational afiair which will be neCL-ss.ty of inter- which comprises Dac'Icagalch ard Kavnla and will also retain about.crs' will he half of the vilayet of Adrianople, i___________________________ liable Possibly without possession oi the! entire menr, I Mr. Charles Mitchell purchased it new improved hay press from M. C. Kofainpcn this week. Mr. E. TliEtian has his outfit installed in his new buildim- and Ms prepared to do chopping and I grinding while you wait. His new I warehouse makes a decided differ- ence to the appearance of his nrcui- .ises. 1 The Ladies' Guild of the Church oti England held a sale of work during! the afternoon nnd evening of Friday, j December A. In the evening songs were sung by Mesdames Dodson, j lieatt. and Robinson, and Messrs. Me-1 .Murdo and Hawkins, after which a! light luncheon was served. About j ten o'clock dancing was commenced, j to music supplied by the I'inchcrl I Creek orchestra, leu (Team and cake, j dti.ij ui UH. I Ilitl Toronto, Ont., Doc. will [Wienie will try hard he no merger between the Home Bank them 'is certain! to Dl'lk oi her new acnuisitions will nre- which command the entrance to Clouds Drift Awav Dardanelles and on that account are DOWN THE COLO OR inViUJOWN YOU The danger of colds is too well known to need emphasizing. tinier me circumstances the "--yiu, wuo was urst to open f Ta.. eu s Syrup regarded under the immediate puard- clouds on the political horizon will tht! campaign, will also receive aeon- 01 iartaud. Cod Liver Oil is so i lanshm ni iho r.f great that its benefits cannot be ovtr stated. Taken at the inception of a cold it cures immediately, and at all stages of the cold its results are satisfactory. The Tar has local curative power, the Cod Liver Oil gc-' neral tonic value; combined they do the double duty. Large bottle 35 Cents. A! nil .L-ilen. "Montenegro, who was first to open ciouas on the political horizon -will "lt! campaign, will also receive i i 5" signatories 01 the drift away as I always maintained accession of territory but itretu.y oi Berlin. If Greece v.-ere to they .would. The largest part of Tur- Scutari, to which Nicholas iaj claim to.any of ihfss. the matr key in Europe ne pzrtitior.ed attached such importance, and so1 w would have to he referred to the among the belligerents and instead oi a war indemnity which is a powers. .sjx a qllartcr miiiipn inhabitants sti" ercate'r disappointment, for Mcn- i an: imormed from Constantin- which it numbers today, it will count is sorely in need of teady opi.e that the Porte is resolved tore- only one and three-quarters This loss and unless a loan COT le jtuse the cession oi any part oi a-----'J-.......J j autonomous Albania to the Haika v- oniy one ana three-quarters. This loss anu unless a loan cjm 1 in added to that oi Tripoli anil Teyren- serious difBcultti in ajca is the ever suffered by tp encountered in Nicholas' li r- till' tic rpfllm This decision wnnlil, if car- the Ottoman I-.'mpi're i'li'oni ..v-.o.-'.i i.... tti, u u.c uiionian r.mpire in one vc-r out. relieve lum-ary oi "Turkey's boundaries hi Kimpe will' "Ciriwc. has S rvia 7nS hrnceiortl, marked by the river Io be dissatisfied xvitl, ,cr "ran- oi decl-red ,is I" its estuary in the spoils. Southern Macedouia, Kvin-s.