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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta Handsome New Lounging Dressing Sacqnes and Kimonos THE LADIES' STORE PHONE 453 WE SELL FOR CASK ACADIA BLOCK New stocks of Underwear Prints, Ginghams, Corsets, Flannelettes, etc. SANTA CLAUS PRESENTS EVERYTHING IN CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY The Ready-to-Wear Section offers its Most Enticing Christmas Values. WOMEN'S COATS VALUE GIVING The Coat and Jacket Section form hands with the Suits and asks every Economical shopper in town to give quick atten- tion, for there will be bar- gains with a large "B." Many Xmas gifts of dou- ble value will be selected from this coat stock be- for.e the Holidays, for we know how many women have been waiting for this occasion to get a smart coat at less than whole- sale price. WOMEN'S SUITS MARKED AT CHRISTMAS GIFT PRICES You may save many dol- lars on a suit bought now, for it's clearance time in the Suit Department. We have enjoyed a phenomenal business in Women's Suits this season so we can afford to be ex- tra liberal, and make you a Christmas gift of a very substantial reduction on any suit that you may se- lect. Christmas means busy Everything included in this specially priced lot is absolutely correct in I style and character of material and the values represent our entire stock of oddments, at and Kid gloves for dress, in wrist, elbow and evening lengths. Smart cape gloves for street and service. Lined gloves for cold hands. Good gloves for everybody. Here is a stock that holds a wonderful assortment of good ,'gloves for selected for immediate needs and sold on the single stand- ard of best qualities obtain- able for the money. Ladies' Knit Gloves 25 to Ladies Cashmerette Prices .........35 to 65c Ladies fine dress Kid Gloves j Ladies Walking Gloves i Ladies' Gauntlet Driving Gloves .....51-75 to 1 Ladies' silk lined Mocha Gloves j Ladies' Suede Gloves in full 1 shoulder lengths ----33.75 THESE HANDSOME NEW WAiSTS MAKE EXCELLENT GIFTS Stylish, practi- cal, wearable and attractive- ly priced, the new Christmas stock of plain tailored and faicy waists is attracting per- haps as many buyers as any other one de- partment of this busy store Space forbids description or even mention of but a few of the "leading lines. Ladies' plain tailored vesting waists, newest styles Prices .......'......-..........51.25 to rlari linen waists, in newest stylos to Ladies' fin- wool albatross waists, Prices.......................- -S4.00 to Ladies' not lace waists to Ladies' Silk Waists to The busiest spot in this busy store Yon know always break records here. Hem- stitched, embroidered, init- ials in linen, in cambric, in silk. Handkerchiefs for man, wo- man and good an assortment that's simply bewildering! We have made a great bid for the bulk of the Christinas Handkerchief business in town. We know you will re- spond. Special values in embroider- ed Swiss goods 15, 20 25c Fine Swiss embroidered hand- kerchiefs ___35c to Fine linen embroidered hand- kerchiefs ___45c to Ir.'ii-il silk handkerchiefs 50: Inirial linen handkerchiefs, 3 in box at, ...........90c fine pure linen plum hemstitched handkerchiefs, Prices .....12 1-2c to 35c We want to impress upon you the complete Christmas readi- ness of this store which is shopping headquarters for gifts prac- tical, decorative and sensible. Home of Good and Useful Gifts, now in full holiday panoply, wafts cordial welcome to Christmas shoppers. The whole store is in full bloom with "gifty" and beautiful personal and home comfort and service v-----L cost less than expensive frivols and trifles, yet are far more valuable and acceptable to their recipients. The showing is superb. A beautiful and satisfying array which, has been chosen with nicest care, trained taste and expert discrimination. You see how well we have interpreted your preferences and successfully we have devoted our capital, capacity and energy towiird assembling just the things you need and would rather _buying them to sell for the least; and you will appreciate the efficient, genial ser- vice which we are prepared to give you in your inspecting and selecting. bcart your shopping early. Come as often as you linger and make leisurely selection. We promise that your every gift desire shall be an'd economically satisfied. First among the Preferred Christ-mas things are Purs And'When prices are lowered, as they have been at this store throughout choosing of scarfs, muffs, stoles, fur and fur-lined coats, the advisability of buying furs this season is forcibly 'demonstrated especially when vou that the greater portion of the winter is before us, with a prospect of weather demanding warmer wearables. Just imagine how pleased she will be to get a handsome piece of fur on Christmas morning with your card attached. Let us show you our assortment and the remarkably little prices. Just a hint of the savings. best quality mink scarfs worth ?32.50 best quality mink scarf worth ?37.50 best quality niink scarf worth best quality mink scarfs worth best quality mink stoles worth best quality mink muffs worth ?37.50 best quality mini: mutts worth Grey Lamb worth best quality mink rug ?75.00. best quality muff worth. best quality muff worth 'Red Fox Red Fox black Persian Lamb scarf, worth S25. black Persian Lamb muff worth Grey Squirrel muff, worth Grey Squirrel scarf worth 314.00. caperine, Superior Quality Fur-Lined Beauties they are very best of their kind double stripe mink collar and rev- 36 in. lining of best muskrat. best grade of extra fine Irish shell cloth in colors green and black. Won- derfully cheap for such excellent qualities. Five o'clock and Lunch Cloths, Tray and Sideboard Covers in handsome hand made Battenburg and hand drawn and embroidered linen Useful things Uiat are always sure to please shown in broad variety and at prices to' suit any purse. Five o'clock covers Tray cloths ..75c to Lunch cloths Sideboard scarfs S1 to Centre pieces 90c to S3.50 Dresser covers to S2.5C Special lines of Holiday Hosiery Those who imagine that hosiery is too staple and commonplace for Xmas gift giving should see the superb showing of fine hosiery, prepared especially for the Holiday season. It's safe to say you won't see any other line like it in or in any other town nearby. Some values extraordinary to make econom- ical buying. Fine lisle goods, black and tr-.ns.....50c, SOc, 65c Fine cr.ibroidfrod '.isle hose in all colors Fine tan lisle hose in r.ll colors .....65c to pure silk hose in nil colors A Silk Dress or Waist Pattern makes an Ideal Christmas Gift the queen of fabrics, steps to the fore and says: "Can you imagine a more appropriate fabric for gift giving than a piece of handsome silk with life, lustre and style in every inch." Tills is the silk store of the city. You can buy "bet- ter silk for less money HERE." Fine soft taHeta silks, all colors..............90c Lovely soft tamaline silks all colors ........60c Handsome crepe dc chine Princess Gowns Black peau di spie and guaranteed taffeta silks Prices to Fine silk and net Princess dresses and- DAIRYING-IN ALBERTA MAKES GREAT STRIDES! darker, Dairy Superintend-1 enc, Says the Increase in tbe j ProductioB is-Seventy Per; Cent in Twer Years' causing a heavy shrinkage in the milk yield week fay week. "The farmers who had the sight and good judgment to provide green, succulent feed to help out their pastures kepi their cows in gooci {low of milk and reaped their reward in the higher prices which they received for their butter during. the latter part of the season. On the (Edmonton j C Marker, oi Calgary, dairy com-1 for Alberta, under the pro-I vincial department' of agriculture, -ave. the following interview to the 'Bulletin this morning at the Windsor! boM In the interview he gives his; reasons for thinking that the past, has been a most prosperous and en-: couragins year for the dairy farmers! of the province _} j "From a climatic point of ,aid Mr. Marker, "the first half of. the Past summer season was very; favorable to dairy operations. Fre-; qucnt showers and warm weather. kept the pastures in fine growing con- idition. In fact, up to the middle 01: '.lulv it. looked as though the dairy production for the season would, if not exceed, that of the largest ;r. the history of the pro-; vinci- After the latter part of however, the rainfall became very! light indeed and, as a consequence, j the bright warm weather dried up the pastures mucn earlier than usual, DYSPEPTIC n s 1 o Be -MISERABLE. Dyspepsia is the prevailing malady of It is largely due gross errors in diet, over-eating, too free indul- gence in stimulants and over-taxing the stomach with indigestible food, eating too rapidly without chewing the food eutn- ciently, indulging in Uot biscuits, pastry, Dickies, confectionery, etc. Burdock Blood Bitters has an establish- ed reputation, extending over thirty-four vears, as a positive cure for dyspepsia in all its' forms, and from all diseases arising from it. -4- Mrs. H e r is a a "nk-ker.son, Bentort, N .H., writes: 1 have used Burdock Blood Bitters and find thas few medicines can give such relief dyspepsia M M 4- Can Eat -f- Anything 4- How. 4 M rcaca troubles. I was troubled for a number of years with dyspepsia anc. could get no relief until I tried Burdock Blood Bitters. I took three bottles and becanm cured and I can now eat anything without it hurting me. I will highly recommend it to all who are troubled stomach trouble." Tor nfe by all dealers. Manufactured only by The T. LUaitcd, Toronto, OaL almost entirely upon the native pas- i i tur'cs for the sustenance o: their j dairy cows during the summer, and j 'have to be satisfied with not only smaller revenue from their dairy because the great bulk of their pro- ;-duction is oi necessity put upon the i market when prices are lowest. t the volume oi the dairy 'production of the province-, v.niU-j complete' statistics are not as ytit I available we shall confine ourselves I to the discussion of or fac-i tcry dairying of which most of the, returns arc now available. i i Output for Year I "During the past season eleven i cheese factories and fifty-four I cries were operated in the province, j twenty-one of the latter by the pro- 'vincial department of ajr.riculri.irf and j popularly known as government i creameries. The cheese output will i arrgrc-ccate a selling value of about a slight increase, over last year. The butter production of the 1 creameries operated this will rear-h a -otal oi pou ids for i Hie twelve months ending October i 31st. and represent a value of 000, os against. pounds manufactured in rrenmerirs d urine: the corresponding period of !asi vear, worth and made in forty-five creameries worth tor the same per- iod of 1907, In other words the but- i..r of the Albert a creameries increased seventy per cent, in two vears. output represents forty per cent, of j the creamery production of the prov i and" the largest individual cream j cry is located at Innisfail. Its buttea output for the past year tvas 20-1, i 000 pounds, worth "The great bulk of the butter made: in the creameries is disposed of in British Columbia markets, and ,up- vvarris of SOO.OOO pounds an; annually consumed in the where Al- berta creamery .biilter enjoys a'splen- reputation for its uniformly fin keeping 'qualities. "Having due. regar i to quality there is no doubt that v.-e .shall find a market in the West fo the surplus butter and cheese pro fuietiuti for vears to come. "What arc the features of the yea jmcnced it would appear that we havej in the dairy business of the prov'here a promising market for not only ince'r" Mr, Marker was' asked. 'the local breeders of dairy cattle but j "Aside from the increased pro-i also for the breeders in Eastern Can- iu BACK TO BARBARISM duction just outlined the outstanding j ada who may be looking for an out- features.of the past year's dairy de- velopment arc greatly increased winter pro- duction, anti gro'.vinp demand for a better class of dairy stock. let for their surplus stock. Provincial Assistance "in this connection I may add that the .Provincial Government set aside jnirqubiso, coral or mother of pearl this year a sum of to be used being worked in. Gold and copper London, Dec. provincial pa- rr iLflaounces- that a .novel and startl- fashion in. women's jewelry has arrived in London irom Paris. This consists in the wearing 'of alight ank- iet-of plaited .gold wire just above Uio left ankle.- la some cases these ankle brace- lets arc very ornate, jewels such as for the purpose oi assisting farmers with -amber beads is popular, but -in all cases the ornament is light and all cases tne ornament is ugnt ana 'With, regard to the first point the I to brmg m pure bred aaiiy caalc I Thcsc queer decorations cost, hut tor output of the creameries oper-j from the Eastern province. The pur-j anything from up to i atcd during the winter of 1908-00 chaser his own purchase by more than for the winter of 1007-08, correspondence ?.nd otherwise and ar- t'-t is aiendcrcy in I ranges his own terms tor oayment. j 1 ne Ontario Apple Growers and i avJr of In" vea'- TO a sufficient numDer of animals j Dippers' Association has decided to i X v- P4o n mrvito make UD a car load have been re- j memorialize the government to use lu., o.ui m .very i its influence with the German soveni- vvav ana lend to a rational the 01 _ _n that tndus- ture undertakes to collect and deliver ment to remove the Si.50 per barrel them at the nearest railway station duty nn .Canadian apples. The duty UiiiK-u Slates apples is only 10 I now thai the factory purchaser at the uniform rate on unite of "dairying has developed -1- Peoole's Drag Store Tnnisfail Has Largest "The creameries which are opcrat-; ctl by the government establish-1 ed on the co-operative principle by associations of farmers and arc op-cr- ated on their behalf. Their butter' W. P. J. ALEXANDER, Prescription Expert Phone 445 Night Bell .H'l-I-i-i-I-H-H-I-I-I-I-I-I-I-K'- rying casii markets for miik cream, it is bet natural that the fanners who take up that line of business should desire to make, the lies', possible use of their time and j opportunities by paying eloser atten- j tion to the milking qualities of their dairy animals. This is bringing about 'a demoud for someihing lietu-r than dual purpose animals, i Generalir speaking, they are of a beef type and fail j-'hort in their dairy performanfe. "The demand for better dairy siod; ''having become evident, several local j Ibrmi'-r.s of dairy cal'le have during the past year shipped into the Pro- vincf from Kastern Canada several jcar loads of Jerseys and Holsteins which they have afterwards disposed of by auction or by private sale at comparatively good figures. Now that this movement has com- Don't use as much "Black Kniglit" as you been using of other stove polishes. You (lor.'t nccrl as nr.ich, to bring a brilliant, lasting to the iron-work. fj A little of "P.iack goes a long way. k! And you get a bigger box of "Black Knight" p than of any other stove polish that sells for ice. If, for any reason, you can't get "Black KTUfjlH" Stove Polish at your dealer's, send ioc. for a large can postpaid. THE F.F.DAllEY CO. LIMITED, BAMILTON, OnU Maters of famoui "2 in Shoe Polish. 20 ;