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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 1012 HERALD i Choose a Safe Christmas Store i' The Bentley Co.: Ltd. J NO ONE PAYS SO DEAR FOR GOODS AS HE C.T SHE WHO, FEARING THE GRANDEUR OF ONE OF THE FINEST STORES, SEEKS BARGAINS LET MONEY SPENDERS .AND GIFT BUYERS THINK A FEW SOBER THOUGHTS. PATRONS KNOW THE PRICE-STEADYING INFLU- ENCE THIS STORE HAS ALWAYS EXERCISED, KNOW THE SAFETY TO PERSON AND PURSE THIS STORE AFFORDS WISELY YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE. Art Needlework Specials STAMPED PILLOW CASES..........65c. STAMPED BUREAU COVERS "TAMPED TIE RACKS, with STAMPED QUEST TOWELS, pair .-.TAMPED HAND .TOWELS, pair STAMPED LAUNDRY BAGS......... 35C Other Worked Goods Silk Glove Boxes, Cretonne Needlework Bags, Cushion Tops, Jap- anese Art Linens, beautifully em- broidered in' colon. -Holders, Telephone Books; Hat Pin Holder.; M.nicure Pads; Bridge Boxes. Guaranteed Xmas Furs A Story of True Economy v Sumptuous Furs for personal wearing anil for the most inexperienced may rely implicitly upou tbe merchandise and the advice of tiila expert fur service. Our Collection of Coats and Sets for the Winter is Exceed- ingly Fine Fur and Fur-Lined Coats Genuine RUSSIAN PONY, natural color MUSKRAT COATS, full furred BLACK RUSSIAN PONY COATS, RAT-LINED COATS English .Beaver shell (Mink RAT-LINED 'Beaver Shell MARMOT-LINED COATS (Sable ooliar) WESTERN SABLE SETS AMERICAN SABLE 'SETS GREY SQUIRREL SETS NATURAL WOLF SETS BLACK PERSIAN PAW SETS ELECTRIC SEAL SETS to coilar( colll'rf S36.00 Handsome Blankets, Elegant These are handsome all-wool Blankets that have warmth without weight, and the celebrated ".Maish" latter are especially gifty, covered with high-grade silks ,and the like we have never had a finer display. woollen Blankets a good wearing combination, wool and cot- ton filling on cotton v.'arji. filj x 76 woollen Blankets'- an unusually good blanket at this price; blue borders (60 x SO.) Maish Cpmforters and other Gifty Warm Bed Clothing S7.00 a few pairs of thMB Comforts, S 57.00 Values-Only a few pairs of these Scotch Wool Blankets (OS x white woollen blankets. best Scotch Blanket on the market. All pure white wool Lamest size (90 x 72.) b ,'.3'60 Crib Blaul.ets .daintily trimmed -with pale hills satin ribbona. Maish Comforts as Gifts, Cotton filled, Odorless Comforts Comforts, with beautiful coverings of art good's; full size. with coverings of extra heavy sateen, of neat patterns, with deep border designs. to highest grade of Comforts can-led by this store, the for- mer values having silk top. with lining of art muslin to conesirand; the latter a pure silk comfort. 52-.50 Child neat' designs small'patterns, In delicate shades. LadiesVHahd Bags and Purses S10.00 Hand Styles. Anyone with a gift to buy mother, wife, daughter, sister or Ineiid cannot go wrong in fiecidinj; upon a Hand Bug. It is at once it dress accessory ami an imlisponsiblc adjunct to the toilette and will Leather Hand Bas-s ,lrfIe "elvest carc- haVe a" many carfl cases, to Elegant Silk Moire mbroldered and braided design to delight the most discrim- S3.50 to 59.50 Wooden Bead Bag's to Cliarining- Novelty Bags Qliildi-en's Fancy Purses Christmas Kibbons A Beautiful Display Ribbons for trimming gifts, tieing pack- holiday wants, from those used for wrap- ping packages to the handsomer for gifts Reg. values Friday Saturday Reg. values J3.00; Friday Saturday Reg. values S4.00; Friday Saturday values S5.2S; Friday ft Saturday Reg. values SG.OO; Friday Saturday 54.80 t Take advantage of tills great special Children's Plain colored Hair llibbons; all silk taffetas, per yard 15 cents Rlboiis for trimming gifts, tiein- up pack- agos am! tho like. Holly Ribbon or plain colored Baby Ribbon, per yard 2c., 3o 5c Handsome quality all Silk Ribbons Dres- den patterns, stripes, polka dots and con- ventional designs, per yard Men's Underwear Special The highest quality Underwear money can buy, the genuine "VS'olsey" English Un- derwear, shrunk without the aid of chem- icals; two or three different lines. S6 00 values. Friday and Saturday, Clcariii" Prlce A Timely Special 150 Women's .Sweater Coats Ai Friday and Saturday Bargain All the desirable shades: greys, navys, cardinals, whites, browns, greens, some self colors, others neatly trimmed with contrast- inn similes; numerous styles, some havlnr sailor nnllars or deep double collars others' plain or V-Shapcd neck. Especially .Suitable Laces for Trimming; Gifts Shadow AM-Overs and even- fancy effect' rard.....'...........'. 90o.'to Brussels Nets and Point de Pairs in a. var- .iety jf colors, per yard 5Cc. 75c, Irish and Oriental Lacss for yokes and blouses, per yard to Shadow Laces In edgings and bands; white and cream variously; per yard 25c to 50c Shop Early and Avoid the Xmas Crowds Fifth Street Limited 'NEEED1 HERALD CONTEST Trt APT ll CADS 10 GET Conditions at Klllam, Alia., which are duplicated at many western points are set forth in a letter received by a business house from a gentleman in business at that point. The letter is in these terms: "No doubt you are somewhat aware of the car shortage and grain tie-up Is general in, tho west. "About ten days ago our 0.. p. gain; received word not to allow a more cars to be loaded here un further orders. Since that time n have not received a single car. "Up to the-present time there h been shipped from Klllam hi of wheat and at the present tl there: are about bushels wheat In the elevators, of which on about bushels hare been making a total of bushels so which would amount to approximate. Of this amount the bank have got about one-half, leaving aboi 'fifty or sixty thousand dollars to t divided among the merchants, ma chine companies, and other sources "At the present time there are over bushels of wheat In the farm ers' hands and In store, or malely On this the ban here will-not cent. It had-ln structlons to loan, nothing, and ge everything, in. If the banks are no going to loan the farmers money on the grain which they have on hand or In store, how Is the farmer going to pay the merchant, and where Is th merchant, going to get money to pa; the wholesaler or manufacturer? "This is exactly, the state of.affairs at Killam, and It has paralyzed bus! ness, collections, and everything else Merchants are sitting .here with a large stock and heavy expense and un- able to do anything. It is now up to the wholesaler to force the banks to advance money on grain in store or otherwise the merchants will never get their butstandings in; consequent- ly will be unable to pay their bills. "The farmer is not particularly an (Coatlaiml Irem Iront Mr. ipofre for Jliloiier and told gome funny itortoi of In. clients connected with the canvas. He said lot of nice thlnjg )ut the contest managers tail tribute to popularity of thi Her- ald. Others spoke ana good oners told ot the pleasure they hid had, and congratulated the wlnnen. Mr. Dyce expressed the thanks of ilmself and staff for the nice things said, and announced that Mfi thing was to hand oVer the wti' nd TOmmlHiiloii of ftt to those who were not in on ttw prw list. That 1s one pleasurable out the Herald contest.' No wet- for nothing. The Herald wishes to gratitude to the workers, and iUo the gentlemen it ho so kindly their last nifht. The tblaJ vote of each candidate was: xious to sell his grain at the present low market prices, but is willing to borrow money to meet his hills. The wriier has done everything possible to get in collections, and up to the present time, has not reduced his outstandings a cent. We can do noth- ing uiUU the gram moves or tbe banks loosen up and loan some mon- FINAL VOTE FOR ALL THE CANDIDATES REVILL, JOHN Uth ,t. .wth... FLETCHER, MRS. IRA C., Alta..'.'. PATTERSON, MISS JEAN Al... STIBBS, MR8. N. C., 211 Fifth .V.. south BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, AIU BIDAULT, J. A., 312 10th ,t. VOGAN, MISS THELMA, 819 13th st. south' MARSHALL, W.M., PELLETIER, MISS AGNEt, Pln'cn.r'cre.k', DULMAGt, GERALD A., low Island, Alt.. SCOTT, LOUISE, M.CIM4, Alt., HOULT, Mr.. W., 406 n8rth.. HUTTON, MISS EVA, 614 .th ,ve. south NECREY, STEPHEN, 225 13th north OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312 14U, ,t south ENGLISH, J. T, 501 Uth ,t north LEDINGTON, C. L., SOB Sth-'.v.. BOI8VERT, MISS YVONNE, 415 12th .t. A north SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, MM A CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214 ,ve. south.........." THURSTON, RODERICK, LucKy Strike, Alta WRIOHT, ALBIRT, 15th ,t. north MEIKLE, GEORGE, New Mlch.l, B. ".....V" McKEE, CARL, Elko, B.C. V' ....B-.T1 TOTAL APANESE THEATRE OPENS IN SPOKANE Ittle Brown Chaps Put on the Wholt Show and Are Well Patroniied Spokane, Wash., Dec.. cidents of Nipponese history flye nturies ago are being portrayed In series of dramas in ah opera house ill by Japanese of Spokane, and anned entirely by little brown folks. Japanese in laundries, poo! rooms, li markets, general ores and cnop suey. houses are great- stirred over their dramatic venture, d Americans are attending the in large crtfwds. The first show staged was Futabag- uiiki, a story of war between oppos- ing factions in Japan when the nation was divided as to seating the emper- or. Seven actors, four of them women participated. new JapsuMH orehwtri, wttfe wild fionrish. The IngtiaimaU played are Sanomesm, MmillDg the banjo. The tlruia and the tanko take o( the Swords of yardstick length, cot- tumes of padded silk, wlga suck were 'worn five wnturlea ago and o'tk. er elaborate garb wen wont Japanese players. The new has not bew bunded as a money-making but for charitable purposes. of the first series of plays will go to he relief of the poor of Japan whom homes were swept away by whose faralllti fallen victim, to he financial nurry following the weep of the Tiaters November 7 and The Japanese theatre hai been glv- n the name Klol. Strong Finish On the Last Lap of the Factory Sale of Men's and Boys' Wear at the Boston Clothiers Preparations for winter are going on every- where. Are you prepared in tne clothing line? li not, here is your chance Men's Wear 8.15.00 Suits, Winter weights: correct si vies Bale Price Heavy .Felt Shoes; leather solo. Sale i'rlcc S2.75 One .Hncklo Overshoes: SG.OO American Shoes' Salc Boy's Wear Tweed 'Sale Long Tweed Solid Leather Shoes Sale Price 61.00 Caps, Fur Hands. Sale Price fi5c The Boston Clothiers NEXT TO BENTLEY'S ;