Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THB LETHHRTOGE DAlhY HERALD \Vce variety, style ami (|ii:i1Uy is the best money caw l)ny. Knitted Mufflers are Always Sure to Please Mr. Man Kcfjv "fills II iiiuiflur of some dtsoription while iiiost of ihem inotVi- the knitted silk liind. Hettpr'sto what we hiiM' to offer vou ii� low as � 7;,(.-colors iircy .tan and famy color (�oinbiiiH- tioiis. What betlvr or more sensible a Christmas ^ Gift. You Can't Go Wrong on One of Our Novelty Neckties " some m�n prefer to choose their own ties- perhaps they have had soinetUitig 'stBrtlii\g" - ^ handed to them nt previous Yuletides. W'e can �\ hardly blame them. One thing yon are certain about-a plain colored Irish poplin to catcli !* men out of 10. We have some dandies at Goc. 7oC. All good shades, ^And Tooke's New "Coat Style" Slurts are Particularly Good You can make mistake,-)'in buying a shirt just as easy-as pickins a poor tie. Today we opened ; up sofue novelties In Tookes "coat style shirts'" , that/will appeal to the majority of men on sight. J Kvery shirt fast color; priced from $l.(JO to. ?2.00 ; Handkerchiefs - The Safest and Sanest Gift to Give "When in doubt give handkerchiefs"-liow often you bear that about this time of the year. There is a lot of good judgment shown in buying hand-korchiefs. Most women know Real Unen when they see it. Let us show you some plain hemstitched ones at 18c. 20c 25c. 30c. each; also a Hue of initial ones.- Jl.'.M for the half dozen, neatly bo.\ed. Plain and fancy silk at 25c up to ?1.25. Better Buy a Laundry Bag, Something He Can Use . .\ man will always use a laundry bag, if you make him. 'I'here is no use spending your lime and energy making up a bag when we offer yon some .splendid samples as low as 35c. and others all the way up to ll.OO. Some Women Give Their Hubbies^' Underwear flardly seems right to hand hubby something so common as "flannels" at Christmas time, but \ we miss our guess If he wouldn't have them a ' dozen times over than a "peu-wlper" or whlsk-holder-something extra flue at ?S.OO a suit. A Pair of Gloves Will Always Come in ^'Handy^' Kvery year gloves and mitts are on the gift list. We know of no more satisfactory i)resent We expect to change many a pair after Christmas, so never mind the si-/.os; gloves lined from ?1.2r, up. A special line of Lieut's Dogskin at ^1.25 Collar Boxes and Boxed MiKtary Brushes are Here i>oini\:!n>-!: a luan nt't-ds a (;ollu)- bo.t, when li� ilye.t !' ii,u-i i,.- plain and substantial. Wc havo souiF ho!;00,000 eggs were sold at a loss to speculators-. Wheii the mar ket opened yesterday there was l,(i70, 0(10 cases of eggs- in storage. The uansformallon of the butter and eggs board Into an open market la said to have precipitated the selling. CARD OF THANKS To those ICleoiors and Friends who gave hliu their loyal support and confidence M. K. Kaako wishes to convey his appraoiation. A Macleod Case The second case on the list was in connection with the closing of a cross Ing la the farming community near .Macleod. .Mr. Fawcett, of Campbell & Fawcett, showed that an order had been granted by the Hallway Conimis sion closing this crossing at the time of construction. The company had done so, but had later re-opened It The grade had been put into good con ditlon. and the roads leading to It had been graded by the provincial department ot public works. In August last the company, without notice, had enforced the old order, and closed Ih crossing. Compelling the farmers to use a diversion. This caused great Inconvenience. The Commissioners did not delay In this case, but handed down a decision rescinding the old order, and reqiiiiing the company to open up the crossing which was used up till last Aiiguat, Bad Blood is the direct and ine%-itabtc reeult el irregular or eonatipeted bowela and cloMcd-up kidney* and akin. The undi|ested food and other waite mat-ler which ia allowed to accuswiate poisona the blood and the vhela ystem. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pilla act directly on the bowels, regulating them-on the kidneya, giving them ease and strength to properly CitertiM blood-4nd on ihe akin, cmning up the porca. For pure blood Md fosd health take Dr. Meroo'o ry pleasant reception was held in their honor al the home of Mr. and jMr.s. Everett .McPherson on Saturday evening. Genera! regret is felt In town that Messrs. Whicher and Olove-r arc lonv-Ing- for IJdnionlon. They are selling their stock during December, .Maritime cluiis are offering $fiO and $75 per week, and $1,00(1 for the season. Rocket Power will play down there again, and they will have a big coterie of Ottawa, Montreal and Quebec players. DOCTORS ISK THIS FOR ECZEMA Dr. Kvans, Bx-Comtnissioner ot health says: "There, is almost no relation between skin diseases and the blood." The skin must he cured through the skin, 'I'he germs must be'^washed out, and ho salves have long ago been ftnind worthloaB. 'i'he moat advanced physicians of this country are'now agreed on this, and are prescribing a wash � of winter-green, thymol and other ingredients, for ecxemn and all other skin diseases. This compound is known us D, D. D. Prescription for ISczetna. Dr. Holines, the well known skin Bpeciallat writes; "I am convinced that the D.D.D. Prescription Sb h� much a specific for eczema as quinine for malaria. We have been prescribing the D.D. 1). remedy for years." ^Ve ourselveB vouch for tho D.D.D. Prescription for eczema and ab.solute-ly believe that It will take away the itch the instant you apply H. or course other druggists have D. D.D. X^rescrlptlou. Go to thorn if you cuniiot come to us, hut don't accept some big profit substitute. But If you are suffering from any form of skin trouble we would like to have you como to our store, for wo have had tho agency of this remedy tor 80 many years thiit we can tell you all about D.D.D, Prescription and how It cures ec/ema. Or you can get �. IroB trial bottle by writing tho D.D.D. Laboratorios, 49 Colborne St., Toronto Jackson k% Co,. druggisU, local agent*. l�-'-=r4'. .