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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1913' THE LETHBIUDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN1 THE BUSY DAYS ARE CONTINUING In Our Out'V Everyday Requirements in Staple Dry Goods at Re- duced Prices RIBBONS AND LACES N'arrffA- Satlu Illbtons for parcel tying, 50c. tolt, Salo price ........................35c. loch wide SMiu Illbbons, assorted shades, IDc yard; Sale price, I yards for 25c. Children's all-silk Hair Illbbons. 15c yard for 10c. Moire Silk Hlbtions, assorted-shades, C Incti; 35c yard; Salo 25e. Kaiicj- Dresden Ribbons, C Inch width; COc (or, Sale price.......................... 45c. Satin Inch width. I5c yard tor ICc LACES Valenciennes Laces, Edgings and 0 cent La'ces, at three yards fur -.'.'.......10c 'iO cent Laces per yard Be. 15 cent l.aces, at two yards for 25c Torchon Laces: G cent Laces, Edgings and Insertions, per yard................................4c. 10.cent Laces at per yard............. 8c. -C-. ALL-OVER III. White, Cream or Back shades. Cdb'rca'Xcts and fancy Chiffons, 25 per cent leu.than ordinary selling price. WOOLS FOR .FANCY -WORK'I V Double anti-Single. Be'rllnl'3 for'.. Kiderdown-Wools, 2 for LAbiES''FELT SHOES 1 Ladles'All Fe'.t Bluchers, worth 52'for Ladles' Felt Bluchcf Foxed, 'vrftli rublJer.-lieel. worth 52.50 .-'.V.'S. Ladies' Crochet Wool Slippers, usual for 51.40 Men's Felt House Slippers, all sizes, special .65c. Prices in Furs Deeply Cut. They; are Always Very Accept- able Christmas Presents LADIES' Funs' Iteg. s. Canadian Rat Tics 511 Marieot Stoics, ?17.SO Haltlc Seal Set J30.00 Gray Squirrel Set J3100 American Sable Set Jli.OO Natural Ccon Set" 533.00 Kleclric Seal Set 53MO Persian Pan Set S30.0C Canadian Rat iluffs Russian Rat Muffs Slu.00 Western Saul b Set American SablB 'Set 531.00 nitck Set J72.00 Civet Cat' Set {S2.60 Japanese Mink Set 5S3.00 Bear Eel -V-c iKjS-OO Ca'n'a'Jlaii' Mint' Muff Heaver Set J1G2.50. Cauadiau Mink Set Black .Russian Pony Coals ____ 555.00 Marmot; CpafsV v- 5125.00 jieaver.'cjoths-'-.yllii Fur' Collars -339.CO .'Southern nat'Llhed Sable collar lined German Otter; collar iliatk Hat .Slink S125.0I) Same wllli Sable'Collar 5110.00 Itat Coats, price S 8.5. 514.00 525.60 }25.6o 523.75 {28.75 516.00 8.00 J23.75 52-1.75 558.00 556.00 568.00 J8S.OO. 5137.50. 565.00. {95.00 -Udies, Remember Yourselves for Christmas, Get a Good 'Outfitting '.SKIRTS LOW? PRICED Heavy Tweed Skirls, wortli J3.SO for 52.15 Serge and Panama Skirts, in navy and black. 55.00 for HBO Black Serge, worth 55.75 and Tan Tiveed worth for for -.51.50 55.10 UNDERSKIRTS EQUALLY LOW (jrey. Knitted Underskirts for winter wear, worlh fl.40 for 51.10; SOc fur 65c fllaci Sateen worth for 85c. Ul.iC.1c Jiolrclte Underskirts, worth 55.50 for 51.95 lilacs and colors, satin, worth 51 for 52.75 In good quality. silks, wonii for 53.75 LADIES' UNDERWEAR All-Wool Combinations, reg. 52.50 for 51.95 All-Wool Combinations, in sliort sleeves, tow .neck, 51.95 for.... Lisle Combinations, short sleeve, low knee length- Regular 51.75 fcr 51.40 Wocl and Cotton Mixture, long sleeve. Reg- ular 51.75 for 51.40. 75c. -THeayj- CJotton'Drawers, regular'50c for 35c Fleece lined Drate'drs, regular 70'c SOc Equestrian Tights, iu black res, 51 for___'.. 75c Black Knickers, regular for 95c Nothing More Acceptable For a Christmas Gift Than Hockey Shoes Men's Lighuiiag Hitch, worlh Jt.aO for.....53.55 Men's Mule Hide Hockev Boot, worth II ..53.15 .Men's Pebble Hockey Jldota. worlh ...52.20 Ladled Mule Hide Hockey Hoots, worth {3.25 Children's-.Mule Hide Hockey Boots, worth 5-'.50 for............................51.95 LADIES'SWEATERS Heavy all irool, military collar, In navy, and grey.' Regular 55.50 for...... .........W.40 5-1.00 values for.................... J3.95 13.00 values for 52.40 CHILDREN'S SWEATERS At! wool, military collar or low. Keg. tor 52.00 values for MIsed colors. Regular 52.50 Knitted Jjicktti in n-lilte aud colored; regular 60c In Elderdonn, 51.00 values for............SOc. S5c valuer for..........................65c, UNDERWEAR-. Heavy .Wool Unrtenvearyre'g'-fL'o'suit Wolsey Wool Underwear fine Australian Lamb's ivool, regular 15.00 suit for iJ.iS Fine Cashmere in blue, reg..53.DO for, per' 5'- Flno.Cashraere in 52 for '.-.''.j..-...' arid '-Heavy Fleece Lined, Under rear, suit ELLIS' Sl'RlXG NEEDLE'COMBINATIONS: J5.00 values values 45-50 values values 51.80 Hoy's Wocl StanGeld's. Hegutai per suit, now........... Men Must Have New Clothes Either a Suit or Overcoat for Christmas SUITS AND OVERCOATS Suits in Tweeds ar.d Worsteds and Serges: Itcgu'ar 513.75 to Jlo.O'l values for......59.50 lies. 518.00 to 520.00 values Regular {22.00 values Hersular 5-5 and S2S.OO values only. Evening Drffs Suit, size- 39, reg. 535.00 for 527.50 Overcoat's in heavy tweeds, Chinchilla, Wor- steds, etc.. 5lS values 522.00 values 525.00 and J2S.OO Chesterfields and Meltons anO cloBe-wovea tweeds, ?25 and 518.00. for 522.60, arid MEN'S SHIRTS CLUETT'S 52.50 value for .52.25 value for 51.69 value for '51.25 95c.: Silk ShirU, lounge collar, 54.50 for..... Silk Shirts, lounge collar, for___ Silk collar, for 52.95 OUTIXC. SHIRTS In plain and white: ..52.25 vajuc's .51.25 vaiuea for 93c. 51.50 vaiueg'for -Men's'Flannelette Shirts: 5.1.7S i-alues Railroad Men's Shirts, detachable collars: J1.50 and 51.25. values for -.'.-.-.-J1.1B ind SOc. THE CAPTAIN DATES MEMORIAL AT mem- ory or llie bravji ilctd porforraed by Captain Dates In llie return from "the explorations of Captatn Scott. r- British Dominions Exhibition to be-Held in the Crystal -i j'i-i HOMESTEADER'S CHILD KILLED Albert, S3sk., Dec. BGven-inontlis-old daughter of John Ik tills district, lr.Ela.TOj-'' killed this 'morniris, in which the family riding lurried over ar.tl the chlld'.q head was dashed against tbff roclis, Houde and hts family wore moving to; a new homestead from EOiilli of Ihls city to Sturgeon Lake district. I.utla Margarel Houde riding In, tho arms of her mother when the spill oc- 'currcfl, and" in falling lit on her fracturing, the ekull.'. Strengthens 1-ondon, Uec. has-.'been de- cided to bold llie British Dominions Inhibition at tlic Co.stal Palace jn 1915.' In coming to this rcJblve "the committee have keen, desire to assist Sir. David'Bur- nett (ike Mayor) and lArd Plymouth'lir their eflorls to Palace for. flio people. Tlie exhibition 13 a purely' Brltisjl and Is being held, amongst other reasons, because 1915 is iii which Ihe ncit quadrennial. meeting of llie Imperial Conference takes ilacc in London; it'-is the} year.in wiilch the Prince' of Wales celebrates twenty-first btrlliday; it centenary of the Battle of Waterloo not only has peace relgnet jElwcen'the British and tens, bat they have fought; side >b'y side_as is jeai if'the signing of the Magna1 Ch'arta tlic rcirart ot tho Eraplre Trade Coin mission will.inobably te published In and greater insights into the needs and demands of the Krapire will he available. II- Is Intended during the period o .he .exhibition (May to ti congresses .on. commerce, .agr: culture, 'shlpp.liig. education, br anj thing which' may tend to Mother Countrj- and the various unit o( the Kmrlre into closer '.contact; EDWMDS' desiccatedi SOUPS strengthen wciik'; stovSj ithcy impart the fine' Irish vegetables to tasteless soups; they inskc the gravy_ much more savoury; 'they improve nearly all' the recipes in the cookery book haridy "Jacks of all these Edwards''desiccated Soups, The food bills will be smaller, the jppcliics" lugcr, the cooking belter, (lit work easier, with-EdvvirJs' Soups to (ictp you in j'Jie Uichco, i Remember 10 lot them boil for it leJst Iulf-jn-hour, FDWARDS SHI yiiit MUST bail than for EJfir.Y Soy? !l jooJ a tosp br itltV, ft ll good a iltenjth- er.ei cf oilier joilila ihieicc.iernfgraTiCl'; for, IICTTI loo food to be rfoilcd 7hm varlellst-Erown, Wife, t -Of all ind rrllil tic, TO BE HAD FROM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCESS EVERY CO, LIMITED., REPftESENTATliVES FOR MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN MR. G. C. CASSELS RECEIVES PROMOTION Is Now Manager of London Orffce-0 BanV of Montreal. Montreal, Dec. It is announced lhat Mr. O. C. Cassels, for merly assistant manager of tho Tlpn of, -Monlreal at England, ha been -appointed manager of that o! flee In successon to Sir .Wl Hams' Taylor. Mr. Cassels, who Is well )inown I Canadian bstiklng circles, -left th Bank of Moiilrtjal some tlmo tfo't bccomu assotlaleil with the LonJo banking liouso headed by I-ord Pal fax. Ills ex peri one o- as assistant t Sir Frederick Williams Taylor for1 mimbor of years, makes hfs choice a new manager of (ho Ixindon office a excellent' Mr.'fO, C. Capsels" Is ii.briitlicr o Duncan a. Cassils, of th Iirohcfasj flrni'of lUgea'tv Kor. s'oma tlroo pist .-ife' Ca sels hcs been a member ot' T Uondbrlglit Co., Intc.rnalonal bank fficcs. j tbe cities, owns snd.vrilflErs'pE-Jtanltoba. i3o nol R Deacon for., frlbu't oofl has siicceeJed in getting the, ty .to appoint .social service.- nurBecJ nd to get women equally, re-1 resented on" the'Charities Endorea-. on -The -program.iB-mod.er-' te and pracljcai, but a good .deal more -Important than the progixm Uelf "Is; done to In- ail-through the city, in lunicipal. probleniE, .-.Thjs has found ejection'in-greatly" increased "attead- ance at .ward-'meetlDgs. The League lioufiht'of runntcg a candidate for lio'Echool board but decided that the audldates In the field are quite Sis candidates are being or the four'cantrollerBhips, and these nclude llie, four sitting controllers, j. V. .W. 'G. Douglas, Dan' IcLean.'and Chas; Mldvrlnler. A. W. Puttee, leader, 1, F. G.- Mo- irthur, son of the late controller, com- petes the llat. For aldermen there are contests In vUJl UKU H a'by'acclaniatlon, a 1 work' UQ lias ODsible foi lie Shcal supply loV "whicli a special er district commission has Ijecti erect ;d, and during-the comjng year con liderablo adyanc6 will be 'made, m construction! On the siirface this has been a i qiiiet campsigD. There Is no out a [find ing unless llie hospita ijrlaw be -regarded as sudu -This by aw is to provide a further sum to place .Ihe General Hos iltal out of debt, ''opponents of-tin -have based their objection 01 he that this hospital Is really no controlled by the city, although tin ctty puts up the bulk oMpe'capita, ci pen considerabi; more to the'running experi'ses ihan di voluntary and tn fac ju'arantees tiie entire ccrtcern, a .hough only fracllonal re- :r. on the board. Thea critics sayf that tho "city should tak hospital over entirely nnd run I a atrtctly Tnunlcipftl enlerprfse along the line of modern hiunlcipa thought and Defenders o the bylaw ctalm that the General bos ope rated efllcIeiiUy, i ailing Its 'pilrp'osei "and that'lhls nd dEtlonal grant will set It on Its fee and make the institution self-siippor Ing.'' H lias-been the'fate-of thcs hospUnl money.bylaws recentij- to b beatfn at time "of asXfns and should this nappcn today'a'itron movemtnt'Jn favor of-raunlclpal con (rcl Is likely.to But quiet though the campaign ha been on surfaoe, It has seen very etriking devoloptnentj zlgnlftcan altogether beyond Its I tn media to feel. .This la the earnest intnialon o uio a bod lhat has won so.much recognlllo that-last Tuesday It was epeclal addressed at a mass meeting by-the mayor aad. tho''t slftfhg 'controllcrt. Thls'Ieagite every wrA meeting 'the campaign fy trained re- ofHha.'eBnrfldafes along'those Uriea social optift and fcelle'rnnenl in which tho "leigue Is wards one (A. L. Bond-and.JL "A, Da-1, and. ArnI; K. A. and seven (Aid. Mcl nan, J. Aid, Davidaon and Shore "were returned by acclamation, Wards ftve and.aeTen provide cun-. tesls'for school1 Abrahanjson aud R. S. McMunn can- didates: In .the 'former, .and T. Glen Hammpn and S. J. X, Corbett in the ialtcr. v _7 .7" 'candidales for .'office iiave thein selves1 to- look Into' the' milk and oUier.causts; bl the hlgn .cost of liv- ing. A referendum is belpg'submllted making the term for controllers two years Instead of one year as at pres- ent, and Is widely supported likely to_. result .on more stable, administra- salary of the ftmr 'control- lers is 54000 each, while ''Aldermen get air honariiaa of Money, by- laws being voted on are ns for extension of electric municipal system.. hydro for Winnipeg General Hp% .O.OOq for civic hcspital for Intec- Uous l. illlO.OOO for nubile parlts, purchase and imiirovemeut. I 'for garbage destroyer, ward V for for public'comfort staUocs; LAST. VESSEL .TO Fort: William, OnL, Dec. last steamer from the of the lakes this year, will "clear morrow when riavlgatloii.on tbe upper Lakes willbo officially declared ed. All marine'insurance eitensfocs- eipire.tomorrow Dr. Thorhaa of HarrU.tba was presented with, a gold locket ih'rt chain- prior, to .removal, to A DEUCJITTUL TREAT For Evei Occasion Children Buds, The little ones because 10.gppd...... (and there's ha age iwthing but plemnt mernoryjfftfcn MAPLE BUDS SOLD EVERYWHERE A Mictou tolU tktcilutt CtM'iHirbkt- ht ttittrT. CANADA ;