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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tliursdiiy, Dccciiilici' lU. TJiT. i.T/nimnnQT. daily herald A Grand Clearance Sale Having taken Max Sadowski into our employ, we purchased his stock of watches, clocks and jewelery. Having no room in our store for this stock, we have decided to sell the entire stock at cost and in many cases below cost Entire Stock Must be Sold by Saturday Next This is Your Opportunity to Buy Your Christmas Gifts tadles' Watches, 7 Jewel, 20 yeiir Ihintlng cases; llcgular fll; Sale Price............ Ladles' 15 Jewel Wallham, 25 yunr case, lOg-. nlnr $17.50; Sale Price .................. $9.00 $10.50 Ladies' 7 Jewel . ular $ir).00 V uacli........ Men Uegvilur Movement, line. Sale iO year price rce- casu, open face; $8.50 '8 17 Jewel Elgin and Waltham 20 year cases C4 1 sgvilar $18.00;. sale price .................. � Bryan Block 4th Ave Entrance Men's 7 Jewel Elgin or Waltham ;ln nickle cnHO 1t>M Bfk llogulal- $7.00; Sale Price ;................ �4��t�5#U Men's 17 Jewel Hamilton "aUjtistcd" in 14 K. jiollil gold case; reg. price $80; sale price Diamond Stick Sale Price .. Pins-llegular price $35.00 SHOWY TIFFINY $19.00 STICK PIN Sale price.......................... $57.50 $22.00 $11.50 Ladles' Gold Bracelet Watches. Regular Sale Price........................... $15.00 $8.50 Thirty-five Per Cent off all Fancy Mantel Clocks-Good Assortment. Japanese Hand Painted Tea Set 1-2 dozen cups and aauceru Siii;ar and Cream; Regular $1F).00; $3 00 Siilo Price Cameo Pin, regular $4.75, for. $2.75 $40.00 CHIME CLOCK FOR........... 35% off All POBS $25.00 Handsem* Sst of Dinnar Knivst and Farka, Regular $26.00; Sale Price.............. Five Piece Carving Sat... Regular price $14.00; Sale Price............................. EVERYTHING AT BIG DISCOUNTS RAWORT BROS. Alexandra Hotel At Max Sadowsi's Store THE BEST PLACE TO EAT Is Wlici'o you Get The Most of the Best for the Money This is the Place. Wo arc licaclquni'tevs for- XMAS CONFECTIONERY AND FRUIT THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE THEODORE HOESSLY WALTER MORGAN, Proprietor Plione 1078 Manager J 4 Here's something that will appeal to the boys for Christmas "A Studebaker Junior" MINIATURE FARM WAGON Complete witli Hand Pole and Shafts. Price $18.00. Will outlast 150.00 worth of toys. We have them- The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. Phone 1173 1202-lst Ave. 8oiith FACTORY GIRLS HAD NARROW m. 150 Girls Caught in a Burning Building Made Thrilling Escapes S Member for Pincher Creek Received Unanimous Nomination from His Party Chicago, 111., Dec. 12.-:More than one hundred and -fifty girls narrowly escaped death today in a fire which swept, through a five-storey brick building, at .Xorili Fifth avenue and West Lake Btreor, occupied by several manufact\irin);; concerns. The girls were at work in various parts of the building, when the fire broke out and filled the structuTo with smoke. A panic resulted when the girls made a rnsli for the door and windows In an effort to escape. Many of the girls fainted, or wore overcome by .smoke, and were rescued with difficulty. Fifty girls employed on the fifth floor of the hulWlng. crawled out of the windows on to a nanow ledge and climbed to the roof of an adjoining structure, where they later were rescued by firemen. 'J"wo girls escaped by jumping through skylights in the roof of an adjoining structure. ECONOMICAL WHOLESOME^ RELIABLE PURE ',d f| M AG I C BAKING POWDER There was not, of course, any question as to whom the candidate would be, nor had there ever beep any. U. A. Ounn then nominated the sitting member, John Kemmis, eecotid-ed by .Tohti Herron, who (9xpreB8e(^ his gratification at being able to second the nomination, which he would have liked to hitvo proposed. On the motion' being put to the meet ing, it wag carried by a unanimous standing vote, and Mr. Kemmig expressed his thanks to the convention in a tew words, stating ijls determina tion to do his best for the interest of the constituency, and the province, in the future, as he had endeavored to do in the past. The meeting then brolce up 'with three cheerg for Mr. Kemmis. MAY GO TO SENATE lot Saskatoon, Dec. 11.-It is stated to-[night that .T. R. Wilson, first mayor the city, and a prominent Consor-,ative, is to be appointed,to the Scute. Ho ran for the local house In 908 and 1012, but was defeated by sHon. A, P. McNnb. HIT BY A STREET CAR Toronto, Dec. 11.-Itev. \S. T. Kog-ors, aged 35 years, pastor of the Trenton Methodist Church, walked behind �A westbouwl street car on Front street tills afternoon, and was struck by an enstbonud car, receiving injuries which are expected to prove fatal. BAniESHIP ROSHED TO 0 The Gift Centre! Gift Suggestions For Men Waioriiinu Ideal Fountain Pciis ,1^2.75 (o $15., Hilver C'igarote (.'asos - fi-om .$4.50, Dressing Sets froni $4.00 Leather AYailets aud Leather Books from $1.50 Tie Pins. Cuff Buttons MILITARY BRUSHES TIE CLIPS CHAINS FOBS FLASKS RINGS EMBLEM PINS AND BUTTONS GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS FROM $5.00 to $12.00 Norfolk, Va., Dfic. 12.-The battleship New 1-1,'jmpshire left at midnight for San Domingo. Hurry up orders were received from Washington late last night, as a result. oE disturbing advices from Ihc negro republic. The warship has less than her normal supply of coal and many of lietcrcw. are on shore leaves, but, the emergency ^vas such that only those within easy call were summoned aboard before she sailed. Pincher Creek, Dec. 11.-The annual general meeting of the Conservative association for ihe electoral district of Pincher Creek was held In Illnton's hall on Friday, :iliernoon, 11 had been hoped that Mr. Mlchoner, the leader of the party in Alberta, would have been present, but In- had l)een I'orced to go to California on account of his health, and so wap not there. George Hoadloy, J'^J^.P., of Oko-tok.-!, however, ably reprcsenteii the absent leader. On tlic platform were prcstnt A. II. Lynch-Statraton, .lohn Herron, George Hoadley, Af.P.P., and .Tohn Kemmis, th locil member; also Col. Arthur C. Kemmis. The meeting, was well attended, delegates beiufif! present '''Of' every part of the riding, although a few were prevented from attending on account of itp beint: the threshing season. Jlr. Kemmis, Af.r.I'., was the first speaker called upon, and gave a lucid aiiii instructive account of his stewardship for tile pasi yi'ur. His recep tion by the audience left no doubt as to his poinilarity, ami the confidence they had in him. He dwelt In particular on the sin.iile ta\ and tlie New Towns Act, and poiiuc'd out that the Opposition had done its best to have the system of sln;;Ic lax made optional for towns already existing, so as to prevent such a state of things as was occurring in Pliu'her Creek. .lohn Iticrron then spoke a few words on Dominion politics, and was Big C.P.R. Bridge Responsibl( (Continued from front page). E. A. EWERT Jeweller aiid OpHciau Oliver IMock [vethhi'Mlj^e, AUa. broken bottle lyin^;; beside the dead man, eakc-l with his l)Uiod, seems to indicate lliat tliey had liquor with (licni. .Vnotlicr .Suggestion 11 llicj- did not (all nif the bridge the only solution of the accident is that tliey were struck by an aulo-moliile and precipitated over the l)ank to the abutment of the pier. The road bends sluuply under the briilgo and is not liiililed. However, appearances arc against litis solution. Tlie dead man will lie viewed by a coroner today, who will decide >vheT thcr or nut an inquest is necetiSDVy. 'I'hird Fatal Accident This is tlie third fatal accident which has iiappened at the high level bridge. The, occurred wlion the bridge was hcing buill,'and one of the wovkincu fi'li some 300 feet to the boltoni of Ibf (oulce, sull'ering iiistantntiiMins deinl. 'I'he secnnil hap-pancd alioiil iwd .vcars ago, an nn-kniiwn man being llie victim, t-'ever al accidents liavc Imppeneii, hnwever, friJin falls, (he last (lecui'ring abmil (ifteeii nioiillis ai'.u, when iPe wiilcli man fell finiu the, aiu'roaeli suslaiu-in'g severe uijuBl'..i. Grocery Hamper No 10. Wei}; 111 Ajiproxiiuale :j01b. , S 11). Turki'v I 11). I'lum Puddiiit; 1 lb. Mince .Meal. 1 bo.\ Somebody's Lnggage 1 lb. Coffee 1 lb. II. & I', Fancy Biscuits 1 lb. Table Raisins, 1 lb, Mixed .\'ul3. ~i lb, .'\pplPH 1 lb, 'I'.'a. Price .1? 1.05 HUDSON'S BAY Co. very warmly received. Mr, lloadloy, of Okotoks, spoke at some length, first explaining his position on the much vexed question of sheep and cattle grazing, which had been entirely misrepresented by interested parties. He was in favor of striking out the huge leases held In Ibo toothlllB by individuals, and te-placlng the big man with a number of sniallor stock,raisers. He also gave a very interestl]ig account of the financial state of the pi-ovlnce from his viewpoint . The organization of the association for the ensuing year was next proceed ed with, and the following officers el ected: Patron, Mr. Jlichener, M.P.P., Red Deer. Honorary president, John Herron. Presltient, A. H. l^ynch-Staunton. VIce-proBldent, H. \V. Pettlt, Secretary-treasurer, .lohn Harwood. Executive committee as follows: C. J. Bowker and F. \V. Porster, Pincher Creek; A. K. Cox, St. Agues; W. U. Lees, Mountain Mill; S. McVic ar, neaver .Mines; H. C. Alorrlson Cowley; C. lyyncli-Stannton, Gillin ham; A. Lamon, Tennessee; R. Lynch Staunton, Livingstone; H. A. Gunn Maycroft; J. A. Scott and AnklU, Sum inorview; F. Crook, Crook; E, C. Am brose, Dry Fork; C. Rankin, Twin Hutte; T. S. Manstield, Chipman; A L. Saunders and h. K, Dimsdalo, Fish burn; I'. Camoll, Yarrow; W. Mc Knight, Pincher Station.^ XominatiouH were thou called for Col. A. C. Kemmis, convenor of the meeting, e.\plainiug that while it was unusual to hold a nominating conven linn when the member was sitting, aiul before elections had been called still the Conservative party was plac ing in nomination canijldates in every riding at the present time, and that had lieen decided that time would saved by the holding of tho nomlnat ing convention at this meeting for tho re-organizntlon of the association. SONS OF ENGLAND El�CT OFFICERS PHOTOS Yiju and y o ii v friends will like roi-Xinns. See samples yon van .u'el ol' our work TISE 905-3i-d Ave. South, Besido B.Tptist Church FREO T. ROBINS IS NgW HEAD OF PRIDE OF ALBERTA LODGE \ At a rousing meeting last, night Pride of Alberta" No, 393, Sons of England Lodge heard annual reports and elected olTicers, placing a rustler in tho chaii- in the person of Fred Robins. The Sons of England showed characteristic generosity by making sub,scription to the Santa Claus fund being raised by the Herald, and today Mr, Robins handed in $16.50, whicli gave the fund a nice lift towards the $100 maik. The officers elect arc : Past Pre&ident-\V. E. llolbcrton. Worth President-F. T. lloblns. Worthy Vico-l'res.-C. E. Sydal. Worthy Chaplain-W. .Scott. Financial Secretary-C. Gibson. Recording .Secrctaiy->I. Redman, 1st Guide-T. Standing; 3nd-W. Standing; 3rd-C. Wakclcn ; Ith-A. Carr ; 5th-W. Andrews ; 8th - S. Figgins. Inside Guard-K. llolbcrton. Owtside Guard-W. Kiluer. Auditors-R. C. Farris, T. Oxland, .J. Gaskell. Trustees-W. E. Holbcrton, C. E. Sydal, Ii. L. Asquith. For Sale -�- Shetland Pony Herd Consist ing of: 1 Stallion, 5 yrs. old 8 Brood Mares. 1 Gelding 2 yrs. old 1 Filly, yearling 5 Stallions, 1 yr. old 5 Colts. Also 1 Pony Buggy ana act of doulile" barnesa. APPLY TO T. M. Evans A. R. LetKbrldg*, * I. Building Albtrta. Your Credit 1$ Good CALGARY SOLD AT 99 1-2 it be INTEREST IS 5I/3 PER. CENT.- BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA NEGOTIATED THE SALE A btte of this and a taste of that, all day ion^i dulls the appetlto an^ weakens th� digestion. Restore ycur stomach to bealthy vigor by taking a Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablet after eaeh meal-andcutoul tha'plsoing'. Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablefs are the best friends for aufferera from IndlEeslion and dyspepsia. SOc. � Boj: at your Druggl.nt'a. Mads by Ihr. National Drug anci Chemical Co. ol Canada, Llrr.lttid. ("ulgary, IJec, 11.-One strange fact became ajiparent at Tuesday night's i Mucting of the finance coinmittea, and that was that the Bank of Nin->t>gii,, Geo, A. Stiiiisbn, of Toronto. UNDEnWRiTEM' IIO SHARE London, Dec. IS.-Underwiit*r� take 38 per cent, of the Qrand TtnnU Railway $1,000;000 four per eeat. de-benturoB, and take forty-tour per ew't o( tho Western Amtralian fl.OQO.OPQ four per cent. Inacrlbod atook. Donaldson Line Direct Service CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS Large new twin screw teami' ers sailing from Montreal and Olaagow every Saturday carry-ing One Claaa cabin and Thli^ Class passengers. CHRISTtVlAS EXCURSION* Sail (ram at tohn, N.I., Ose. 12th and 18th, LOWEST RATU UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your aocommRdatloa now and secure the lieat. It coats no more. Apply to any railway,' ttmm-ship agent or H. E. LIOMAN. Qsneral Agsnt, 44* Main St Phens M6312 Wlnnipag, ;