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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE XKTnKTUDGli! DAILY HERALD HOW MAN'S BEST FIMttNl) IS OU'i Why give a Trinket Give something sensible 'A nice pair of shoes 01 be more appreciated than a cheap jing 01 other gew-gaw. -.If you don't know the woin guess at it and we can change Ihc shoes after- wards. We will enclose a note to that ellect with the gift. We Have shoes at all prices (o suit all ages In all the latest fashionable styles Wool Lined Moccassin.s, Slippers, are a elt.v to send home. W. J. NELSON Co. G20-3rd Are. S. Sherlock Block VYHEEti Tin] ['RESIDENT IS RESTING The meat famine has become severe there that our canine friends' ave to be called upon to supply the needful. A SHORT COURSE C. E. Lewis 'Addressed Meet- ing Arranging for Making It a Big Success Magrath, Dec. IV Lewis, sup- erintendent of fairs and institutes and R. MeKenzie, also of the department of agriculture, Edmonton, met last night -with representatives of the Ag- ricultural Society, of .Trade, and the Women.'s Institute and made, the preliminary arrangements for the short course school in agriculture and and he answered 'the questions satis- factorily. After some discussion it was decided to-appoint a committee of twelve; representative of the Agri- cultural Society, the Hoard of Trade aud Women's Institute, to visit the different neighboring towns and get the people of these places Interested in the school. It is hoped that the sister towns willico-operate with Ma- grath and make this school an un- quallfled success. It was decided to wait on the town council and petition that body for a grant to defray the expenses of this committee. The meet-1 ing was most enthusiastic, and tbe' department officials need not regret that, they selected Magrath as the centre of one of the short course schools. The committee appointed follows: Matkin. Board of W. Heather- Shaw, F. C. Steels'and B. L...Tensen. Agricultural Matkin, D. T. Fowler and .TV Women's Wyman, short course school in agriculture and Miss Finlayson, Mrs Dr Becman' Mrs domestic science to be 'held here in jack Turner. .Mrs. I.R-. w January, commencing on the 13th of that month. A publicity- committee of twelve was appointed and a cam- paign inaugurated witli a view to making the Magrath school the most successful in the province. J. B. Riric, president-elect of the Agricultural Society, was in the chair and Mr. Lewis addressed the meeting at some length. He discussed the na- ture and jiinis of the school, and so- licited the assistance of the. people of Jlagrath and the south country in the institute movement. Reverting to what is requested of the local institutions, Mr. Lewis said 1-. i that the brunt of ould fali on their shoulders. The i tile advertising 'artment would print and distribute nOO programs and 500 large, posters, fituring the Magrath school, but the personal and individual boosting, 1 ich was really the big advertising medium, must he accomplished by the local people. He advised the election of a committee on advertising and pointed out the excellent value of get- ing the merchants and professional men interested and talking, as well as the farmer Mr. I-ewis further slated that the f_j school would be first-class in every sped. Experts will be In charge of the lectures and demonstrations, and the best and purest types of live available will be used. About a> head of live slock will be carried on the special, and the, hogs will be supplied by several of (he most suc- cessful breeders of the Harden City. A slaff of-at least ten will accompany. Seoul, Korea, Dec. details of their Ireatment by the police were told by the defendants i examined today at the resumption i of the trial of the IOC Koreans' charged with conspiring against! Count Terauchi, Japanese Governor-1 General of Korea. j The prisoners now Glen Grov-, the cottage at Burmuda, where Woodrovv Wilson is Just n. le British flag is seen floating from the tallest flagpole. Not for Him concluded the Sunday school teller, "if you are a good boy. Tom- i gold crown on your head." Ul you'll go to heaven and have a I once." "Not said Tommy.. had one of them things put on a tootl LETHBRIDGE FEED AND SALE STABLE H, GALVIN, MANAGER CORNER THIRD STREET and FOURTH AVr_, PHONE H25 Stock Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Best of care taken of stock left In our charge for sale- large corral In connection with stable. Fanners patronage solicited Prices reasonable and terms strictly cash. Oive us a trial ihc train, including .Miss Steirns and an assistant, who will give thc lee- lures and demonstrations in domestic science. The agricultural school will be held in an immense tent, fitted with circus seats, with n large ring in the centre. The animals will be brought into the ring in'full view of all ihe students and the speaking and judging will take place there also. On Tuesday evening of that week an illustrated lecture will be given on poultry and the care and management of (he flock. Views will he thrown on screen, making the lecture far more nipressivc. The following night a lUblic be when he lion. Duncan Minister of Agriculture: George Harcourt, [deputy minister, and Ur. Tory, presi-i j j dent of liie Alberta university, will be present and deliver addresses. It is probable that these distinguished visitors, together with the government experts, will lie given a luncheon by the various organizations of the town iuli-rcsu'd in Ihc school. Mr, Lewis was (lucstioued On tbejj schcol and iilaug of tho department, I i have outlined almost every torture conceivable and many which are unspeakable and in- credible. One prisoner said he hart been hanged up by his hair. As the' close pf the prisoner's 'statements ap- proached, their stories increased in horror. Thc chief judge tells each prisoner to relate his story of the tortures and gives all of them thc widest latitude. The prisoners as- sert that the police endeavored par- ticularly to obtain thc incrimination of foreigners. One man who was edu- cated in America and who returned to Korea in 130S, today dwelt on this failure. Many oi the prisoners have named witnesses to prove an alibi. Up to thc present nearly all of them have included thc names of Dr. Samuel T. Mofiatt, President ot tlie Theological Seminary at pyen- yang, tlie liev. C. ,s. llcCunc, head of the Presbyterian Mission school at Sycu Chung. Dr. A. ji. Shar- rpcks, head of the hospital at Svcn Chung and .1. Hunter Wells, of "the' Methodist Episcopal church, who they said, could prove their inno-i Wine and Spirit Hamper No 2. 1 bot. II.II.Co's n-year-old Rye 1 bot. II.II.Co's Fine Old Scotch 1 hot H.H.Co's Pale Brandy. 1 bot H.B.Co.s Special Vintage Port 1 bol. H.n.Co's St. Jnlleii 1-4 Off Men's Clothes Here We Go! 1-4 Off Clothes bottles Weight 30 His. Price HUDSON'S BAY Co! All our Suits, Overcoats Trousers, Underwear, Shirts, Boots and Shoes, Caps, etc. at One-quarter Off The regular prices are still on the tickets take 1-4 oft and pay us the balance and the garment is yours. A square proposition certainly. Could anything be fair? Walk right m. Don t stay away and lose We are simply closing out our winter stock before another season arrives, and we make this Sacrifice in order to turn the1 stock into -money speedily. It's good business for us to do so! ITS FAIR, ITS SQUARE A MONFV SAVER! IT'S THE CLOTHING SALE OF YEAR. COME IN TO saving to you means on High Grade Clothing and Furnishings Men's Suits Special Men's li.8.00 Suits; Special 50 Men's Suits Special Men's 622.00 Suits -Special Men's Suits; Special Men's 128.00 Suits Special... Men's Suits; Special Men's Beaver Cloth Overcoats Regular value .sale Tweed Ulsters; reg. f 15, Sale Mens iweed Sale Men s Tweed Ulsters, reg. Sale Men's Tweed Ulsters, reg. Sale Men's Tweed Ulsters, reg. Sale Sheep Lined Clothing at Big Reductions -SO.OO Sheep Lined Goats, Sale 67.00 Sheep-Lined.'Goats; Sale Sheep-Lined Coats; sale Chamois Interlined Coats Otter and Persian Lamb Collars Best quality Beaver Cloth Shell-Regular quality: sale___..........'. Rat Lined Overcoats With Ottor Collar and No. 1. Beaver Cloth Shell; regular Save Money on Winter Underwear Men's Heavy Ribbed All Wool Underwear .Regular Sale............. 6.5 mits Heir's Heather Mixed, and black wool Hosiery, ribbed; regular ;-55c quality; Sale 15 Cents MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Regular S.I .25 to values; Sale 75 cents. All sizes. .Fell TVl! Felt Fell- Felt Men Felt Boots 1-4 Off Boots, Regular -S'2.00; Sale Boots, Regular Sale Boots. Regular %3.2o; Sale Boots, Regular 84.00: Sale Boots, Regular Sale we we 's Suits: Ws have not space to numerate the many bargains have to offer. Call and be convinced Saturday that have big Savings in Men's high-grade Clothes for you McKelvie THE 2 M's McGuire 1-4 Off Men's Clothes The Home of Better Clothes Men's Clothes ;