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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD 0. WITH NINE SHOPPING DAYS The necessity for immediate gift buying is decidedly urgent. Shop- ping can be done now with leis- ure and comfort impossible as the crowds increase. We offer in this page many suggestions that may help in the solution of the gift problem. Values quoted are emphatic evidence of our ability lo offer merchandise of higher grades at very lowest cut prices. Traveling Cases, with or with- out fittings are practical Prices: to Lounging Robes and House Jackets Are Always Acceptable Jackets, prices to Lounging Kobcs. prices to Gloves Make Excellent Gifts MEN'S FUR LINED Gloves and mitts; pricey....... to MEN'S WOOL LINED GLOVES in all best makes, Cape, Dogskin and Mocha, prices to SILK LINED GLOVES in English, Doeskin, Mochas, etc. prices from Suggestions from Our SiLLWEAR STOCK Men's Fitted Travelling Rolls, Price Military Hair Brush Sets, price Collar Boxes, prices to Tie Holders, price v Cuff Links, prices to Men's Silk Handkerchiefs, prices 50c to Men's Linen Handkerchiefs' prices 20c to 35c. Men's Linen Handkerchiefs, put upf 1-2 doz. in fancy boxes, price per box, to Men's Silk Scarfs in Knitted Fancy and Padded Shaped Mufflers, prices Special Values in Coat Sweaters for Christmas Buyers COAT SWEATERS in all colors and styles with or without W.OO up SILK OPERA SHAWLS, prices........... up LADIES' SILK MOTOR SCARFS, -----......v. up LADIES' LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS in 1-2 box. prictl ti.OO up Special Values in Men's Suits and Overcoats for Christmas Men's Xcw Kali Suits. Tinishod In vour nioasuri.' spcdal for Men's Cloth Overcoats, special Xinas price to Cluett, Peabody Negligee Shirts In a beautiful range of colors with or without laundry collars Prices to OUR CHRISTMAS STOCK OF NECKWEAR WAS NEVER MORE COMPLETE In plsln and fancy lilkj. all ahipei in Dcrbyi, prict, 35c. 50c., 60c., 75c., and Dr. Jijerl Home pricei up Dr. Jagtn Wool M.OO up Fancy Wlllt'coaU, pricet "I" SUSPENDERS Men's Silk Siisfwmlcrs in t'sin i-y boxes, Men's SHU SnsiiciMlc.r Sets, price Fancy in Cachmeres, and lilks, Pricei... 50c to 11.50 McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA SLAUGHTER OF GAME IS HEAVY IN FEBNIE DliTHICT TUB ARE OVKR "1UN WITH iFernic, Dec. season for deer closes in tills part of the province tomorrow, and it will mark UK close ol the greatest slaughtering ol deer nvei known in this section of the country. One packer, Win. Uirncy, who lives at Klko and runs a livery lousiness, reports having brought out Ironi the South Fork of Flk Hiver, 160 car- casses, iiml other packers have tic might oul'at 'lo "'orc' a total ol 2110 ilecr killed hy while hunters, and the Indians been as aelivc, perhaps securing even more I than their white rivals. Four hun- dred deer'killed in one valley during the short open season is- a record, j though not one ofwhieh lo he very proud. surh a large iiumher 01 His IhK'sl same animals have been i captured, niiiny' ii'inst have been crip- pled and left to die or he torn to pieces and eaten hy tin- wolves. The South Fork of the Klk is an ideal hunting ground and has been I visited annually by the Indians of the country- for many 'years. The latest catch hy any one party this reason, 'fcll-ki-a party oi'six Fernie hoys who came in with :U carcasses, IS of them be'iiVr' fine bucks. Other parl- ies from Fcrnie from Cranbrook brought out large killings, running (from five or six to I' I.IUiHcrS' report large numbers of deer still .in that valley where so many have met death from the deadly bullet of the common enemy, the hu- man huniet. That so ipw parties have visited that neck of )V> wpo'ds without giv- ing man the opportunity of I recording'the uimil 'mistaken identity land consequent killing ol some I one Ot -the .killots is. a fortunate ma.tr j tcr for the hunters, however, imrc- imincrativc U has been' icr the scribe. An. explanation Of the cause oi Ihis year's crojl ol venison lies in tin; that the early November snow si onus which covered the higher hills and mountains with four to six feet of snow, brought down the dacr much earl icr, jJian usual, giving the Nim- rcxls a.'much longer time in which to .'j pursue their murderous pastime. As result Of this great slaughter, jiiii agitation has. been started hy the Fernie Rod ami Oil" clul1. lo liavc the open season lor ilecr cut shorter, having it hy the first or fif- w j teentli of this month, as now provid- cd hythe; British'Columbia game rc- gulaiions. _ The present law allows the killing of five dper hy one person, and it is proposed that this limit he reduced to two or three, thus reducing the possibility of- such large slaughter by hat, least :two-liiths." It will be to the i interest ol'the district, pecuniarily as well.'as a humane act for the in- l offensive "deer to s.jop, it possible, such wholesale-slaughtering of these animals. 'A continued hard 'winter following-such'a decimation by liunl- rrs, would reduce the game to a small 'number, taking many seasons to recuperate. Your last opportunity tonight to witness the greatest sen- sational picture ever shown here FIGHTING BLOOD Big battle of and FRIDAY'S BIG SENSATION The News Editor Another Great Picture SENT TO JAIL Leinsicv' Die." punish- ment was mated out. todny to the I'Jngllsh aTMtod nt Hamburg: .March'lS'a'rHi who havo been on trial behind cloned dobri the im- perial court for several daye. Jliii ap ISngliah ship brok- er, WUB sentenced to -six years penal servitude. One of his associates, an onKineer, [Mpsich, was con- demned to 12 yearK in jail. MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted hy FIDELIO) Winter Excursion Rates On Daily, Nov. 10th to Dee. 31st; EMPRESS OF IRELAND FRIDAY, DEC. 15 EMPRESS'-OF BRITAIN FRIDAY DEC. 29 EMPRESS OF IRELAND FRIDAY JAN. 12 TUNISIAN: FRIDAY, JAN. 26 EMPRES3.0F BRITAIN FRIDAY, FEB. Sailings from St. Johns _ Weekly .Sailings Lowest Kate Saloon, Second, Third Class. Berth reservation. can now be made Mallvwy Vr itMBlifclp for Christmas Ship., or write j. Gtn'l. Agt., 450 Main St., Or B. MITCHIL, Tlekft C. P. R., LETHBRIDGE Complete with any CANADIAN .SECOND AN-NUAL LOS ANGELES, CALIF. By Special Train Jroni Spokane, jyasli., Friday, Jan, Tickets on sale, Jan. 2, ;J, Limit April 30, 1912.. Fare from Lethbrulge to and Final-Return Gol'iig and Returning ivja .Spokane Going via Returning .via Seattle Ahove fare-j Incluile-berth and meals from Spokane on goins trip. For full particulars regarding these and other excursion rates, apply to nearest C. P. Ky. 'Aeent, or to R. G. Diet. Passenger -Agent, -8 CANADIAN PACIFIC Excursions to VANCOUVEK, VICTOKIA, AND WESTMINSTER, B.C. Fare.Pliis For Round Trip, Date of Stile Dec. 14, 15, iiiHl'lG, Jtui. 20. 15, Going transit limit, 15 Final return limit 4 months. For further information, apply to any. C. P. R. agent or to 'R. G. McNEILLIE, 200-W) District Passenijer Ajent. CANADIAN HP AC i FIC. CHRISTMAS and NEW YEAR Holidays FARE ONE-THIEl) FOR THE. secures the aid of o[ Patrol- ling soldieis who rcsuie the lioj s nmih just in tune Tin. mihtm tnmint imbued hv the old sQldici in good, as it was the "means of holdini, the ludnns it In) until help arrived H Stiihiid jc tculi) whcie this picture was shown .to parted houses it drew foitli the unstinted pr-iist and admiration of all'who were for- tunate enough to see it, the balance of the program was.fully up to the usual high slanilard-set by this house. Friday's program will include the hrg sensation "The News Editor." ROUNI) TRIP B( V I'llll Alllllll 10 V UllOllNOL u id Coiug U-ites Ijcc 'I 1011 to JTU t, 1912 1 in U Return I unit Iin 131" Foi fill hei particulns a lo the nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, Diit. Passenger Agent, 305-15 Calgary, Alta. The Btit at Starland Tonight will he your last oppoitun- ity to ivilncss the grcal-jst picture ever shown here. "Kiphting every inch is a thrill and every .foot a gnsp.. All old'soldier the Iron- tier, father o' n doze" children, a staunch patriot himself, brings these children up with rigid military training. He conducts his household us a garrison with strict discipline, drills, etc.. .On tlie.evening of the day.the.picture opens, the oldest hoy wislies, tp go out: to make, a call on his old soldier commands. ..hoy. to at llolnc- This command the.hoy in loath to obey, hut Iris, lather, himself brought up uiujer. riisid rule, .this however, and .linds sure enough Ihe (lo.il- Ii'aireii ajainsl him. tiuil anil he Mil .11 is (oriunale thai he ilop.'j liir morning j views from a-dinla'iiM ol .dians suiting out Ilif warpslh.l .with ihis lead he1, with., valiant cHon TheUthbridge Messenger Service has changed hands And Is In a bolter, position than ever to give prompt and careful attention to Itll or- ders. Uaggage called for and de- liverccl. Call our tncexengers for quick have opened an exclns- IVB LADIES' DEPT. in con- nection will! On'1 SHINING HARLOF. yon 10 ihcre qitlel; (wnlra wuson-to liMiidU PHONE ot6 CANADIAN EXCURSIONS TO U.NITED STATES Oil-Sale Dally Dec. 31 Limit 3 Mouths St.' Mo; Sioux Omaha, Neb. Des Mpiries, la, Kansas City, Mo. Duluth, Minn: St. Paul, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn Milwaukee, Wis. Chicago, III. Full Information from ueareit C; P. Ry. Agent, or R. G. McNEIULIE, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alberta lion. Dr. Riii-hu, Seen'taij of tlii< of ihs iiieillcftl ]3e riarlmcnr of'lh'n I ntteisltv, London, was siveti .in honoraiy degree.. l ;