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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta JPage 10 THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALT) irf outlay. f We Have Doubled Our Sales Staff During the Great .Christmas Force-Out Fancy Apples Choicest eating apples in large sizes.. Including Spys, Rome Beauties, Pippins, etc. -See our large display and take your choice. Special a Seeded Raisins About 600 packages of this choice fancy stock of seeded raisins. A big special -while "they last, in. this Xinas sale FOR 25c And nowhere can such dependable mer- chandise be bought, at such low prices. You save everywhere you Xmas Goods, or staples, or ladies' wear, on carpets and on qual- ity groceries-- Shop in the mornings if possible. You'll find it more convenient, more comfortable and more But come anyway and come prepared to buy can't heljp it when voa see the Green Xrnas Sale Tickets. New Neckwear arrived New dain-ty bows in beautiful delicate of rose, yreen, wisteria, sky, red, etc. Have pleated tabs. Special at only 65c eoi-reo UNO" jjbotham and Rev. A. .M. Gordon jlini; out iiiiihv" inipoY tan r 'points. Moiulav '.'vo.jjng prograua. Moiulav j will btf iu ,tiie luinds Ut? rioeitA Committee arid vi la'cge at tun dunce i miue.st.fd. Xiiias Picture Handkerchiefs For the boys and girls. They have pretty colored pictures of Santa Claus. Santa's Airship, Little Bo Peep. Jack Homer, Puzzles, etc. See our window display fpr-onlv FIVE CENTS EACH. 5c. ed. Fancy Boxes The most beautitui set of ruchings and Xmas box contains 5 exquisite frills ia Dresden, chiffon, tinsel, etc.. and preity bow. Only a 75c Japanese Oranges These a, vary fialickms .fruit anC.put up of from 5 to 6 dozen. Beautiful. Jresh ripe stock wad special at 85c XMAS GROCERIES Choice lemon peel, a Ib. Choice orange peel, A Ib. ISc Choice citroa a Ib.. .22c shelled Almonds..Ifa. 45t shelled walnuts, ib. 45c Choice Malaga grapes, Ib. 25c Finest Sultana raisins, a Ib. at...................12 i-2c Finest Vosncia Currants, a 'Ih. 1-2c Best Fard Dates, a Ib. 15c Wide These regularly 20c .yard, but we were fortunate them at a mach lowered price. Made in (rood taffeta in all colors aad up to 6 techeg in width. Onlv FIF-TXEN CENTS A TARD. -_p Special Sale of Ladies' Suits Ererr one of theie food sell right away. Made of tod cloths and diagonals. Regularly aid J17.50. but worth more. Special at NINE DOLLARS. Sale of Fancy Goods Acy of these will make a very suitable Xmas bears, pipe holders, pin cushions, brushes, hair receivers, -haadkftrchief boxes, hat pin holders, etc. All on a large table in this Xmas Force Out Sale- at TWENTY-NINE CENTS. Fur Lined Coati Bwratlful fit lined for womtfi, with choice Canadian toint collar and Bbell of fin- est wool kertey cloth. Colors black. Special Furs on Sale Black Wolf muff and ruff; large size. Sale price Marmot Mink large- neck, fur and-pretty muff. Sale Fur Persian Lamb and electric., seal... Sale price Child's rduff'a-nd'f.uff .Tn.vrtute fur. Sale pr.. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Visiting Days At home Tomorrow; .Urs. John Home. Mrs. F. D. .Mrs. E. A. Cunningham will not re- ceive tomorrow nor again until after tne .Xex, Year. Mrs. P. L. jN'aisruitb will not re- ceive again until February. r. v .Mrs. G. W. Robinson will receive tomorrow i'or tbe first time this sea- PHONE t i I Ai: _.large. crowd j present, despite the im-lonictit' wi-aj ther, at MK> Social lu-ld iti the Wcs-' ley League Room lust e veiling. Contests were the u-aturr of Uinf evening. The ''Book" one prove i 'brain-puzzler, but the geographical which took tlia form or oldo time spelling-match, was oughly Miss' .side R. t-ach guest Has been requested to i had a very able second "in Mr. .s. K come representing a city and guess- upheld the honor ing tbe cities represented will be one'the losing side, very creditably. Mrs. A. J. Warren and .Airs. W. ouglas will be at'borne tomorrow j evening to the Daughters and Maids iof England 'and ih'eir friends at the uome of Mrs. Warren, U25 Coutts St. or.the ionns of amusaieent offered. The success of the contest part t-he' programme is. largely due I Miss Waterman, who proved' her pity to "keep the ball rolling." were scrvca son. Miss Laidlaw, her house will receive with her. juest, of the most popular little buds in the city, Miss Elaine Conybeare. is to be a Christmas week debutant. Mr. and Mrs, C. F. P. Conybeare have is- sued invitations. for a large dancing party given in honor of their daugh- ter in tne new. Knights, of Pythias- Hall on the evening of Tuesday, Dec. A Strictly Cash Store A. Co. A Value Giving Store OTHER MUNICIPALITIES ELECT COUNCILS Clareihofrn Claresholm. Dec. municipal elections in Claiesholm resulted as lol lows: T. C. Milnes, mayor; old councillors, N. G-. Holmes, W. C. Brown; new councillors, James Price, C. W. James, A. Hutton, A- C. B.I- ouxf all-by acclamation. Close at Taber Taker, municipal elec- tions at Taber today resulted as fol- lows For Beck 110 Anderson. 109 For Russell 169 Robinson 13S Haynes........................ 107 Elected IVildman 102 Fisher ..............._........ 62 Th? most eiciliing elecrcion. Taber has ever witnessed ended as abov-e, and the keenness of the contest :is evi denced.. by the majority of which put- Mr: Beet into the chief magistracy. The fight "was clean and open, and excitement ian high all day and reach ed a climax -when the "first count found Beck and Anderson equal. After two more counts, it was conceded thai Beck had one more than lis opponent. A great, deal of discussion has been aroused, however, owing to the fact ihat a number of ballots -were reject- ed as spoiled, owing to the feet that voters had for too many coun- cillors. It is claimed that if ihe bal- lot; is properly marked for the mayor aod spoiled for the councillors, the "ballot for the mayor is