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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, December 14 ,1012 THE Choose a Safe Christmas Store The Bentley Co., Ltd. NO ONE PAYS SO DEAR FOR GOODS AS HE OR SHE WHO, FEARING THE GRANDEUR OF ONE OF THE FINEST STORES, SEEKS BARGAINS LET MONEY SPENDERS AND GIFT BUYERS THINK A FEW SOBER TH.Q'JSHTS. 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 STOKE. Art Needlework Specials ?1.50 STAMPED PILLOW CASES STAMPED BUREAU COVERS STAMPED TIE RACKS, with frames STAMPED GUEST TOWELS, pair STAMPED HAND TOWELS, pair STAMPED LAUNDRY BAGS 35c Other Worked Goods Silk Glove Boxes, Cretonne Needlework Bags, Cushion Centres, Jap- anese Art Linens, beautifully m- broldened in colors, Holdert, Telephone Books; Hat Pin Holders, Manicure Pads; Bridge Boxes. Guaranteed Xmas Furs A Story of True Economy Sumptuous Furs for personal wearing and for most Inexperienced may rely implicitly upon the merchandise- and the advice of tills 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 MUSKHAT COATS, full furred.......... to BLACK RUSSIAN PO.NY COATS, RAT-LINEC COATS English Beaver shell (Mink collar! RAT-LI N ED Tiea'v'oV Shell' (Sable colhu'l at MARMOT-LIMED COATS (Sable WESTERN SABLE SETS AMERICAN SABLE SETS GREY SQUIRREL SETS NATURAL WOLF SETS BLACK PERSIAN PAW SETS............'" ELECTRIC SEAL SETS S27.00 532.00 555.00 Handsome Blankets, Elegant Maish Comforters These ure handsome all-wool Blankets that have warmth without weight, and the celebrated "Malsh" latter are especially gifty, covered with high-grade silks ,nnd the like we have never had a finer- display. woollen Blankets, a good wearing combination, wool and cot- ton filling on cotton, warp, x 7fj. woollen Blankets' an unusually good blanket at this price; blue borders (00 x SO.) and other Gifiy Warm Bed Clothing wS w'th coverings >of woollen blankets. sateen, of neat patterns, with deep best Scotch Blanket on the "ize'Tso x LttPSest Crib Blankets .daintily trimmed with pale' blue satin ribbons. Maisli Comforts as Gifts. -n -Cotton Odorless Comforts Comforts, with beautiful coverings of art goods; full size. border designs. 57.50 to highest grade of Comforts carried by this store, the for- mer values having silk top. with lining of art muslin to correspond; the latter, a pure silk comfort. .neati designs smalHpattenis, in delicate' shades. Ladies' Hand Bags and Purses Leather Hand Basjs in a.'ewesl and" durable colors; luiij tinlshed. Ail have an inside purse; many card cases, to Elegant Hilk Moire Bag's sidered and braided design to delight Hand Varicty- Styles -Handsomest Wooden Bead Bags "'scrim- to Anyone with a gift to buy for mother, wife, daughter, sister or friend cannot go wrong in deciding upon a Hand Bag. It is at once a dress accessory and an indispensible adjunct to the toilette and will assured a warm welcome from either a girl or a. woman. Every smart shape and accepted color of the season await selection here along with widest prettiest styles, and finest qualities at reasonable prices. Prices range from....... 35c to Charming Novelty Bag's Children's Fancy Purses '0 hearts of lhc lltllc ones- of white Christinas Ribbons 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 52.25; Friday Saturday Reg. values ?3.00; Friday Saturday Reg. values 54.00; Friday Saturday Reg. values Sri.25; Friday Saturday Heg. values 56.00; Friday a Saturday Take advantage of this great special. Children's Wain colored Hair Ribbons; all silk taffetas, per yard 15 cents Hibons for trimming gifts, tieing up pack- ages and the like. Holly Ribbon or plain colored Baby Ribbon, per yard 2c., 3c.. 5c. Handsome quality all Silk" Ribbons Dres- den patterns, stripes, polka dols and con- ventional designs, per yard 75c Men's Underwear Special The highest quality Underwear money can genuine "Wolsey" English Un- derwcar, shrunk without the aid of chem- icals; two or three different linos. values. Friday and Saturday, Clearing 1'i'lcc S4 50 A Timely Special 150 Women's .Sweater Coats Ai Friday and Saturday Bargain All the desirable shades: preys, navys, cardinals, whites, browns, greens, some self colors, others neatly trimmed with contrast- ing shades; numerous stvles, some having sailor collars o: deep double collars others plain or V-Shapcd neck. Especially Suitable Laces for Trimming' Gifts Shadow All-Overs and every fancy effect- I'" goc.'io Brussels Nets and Point de Pairs in a var- ..iety of colors, por yard 50o. 75c, Irish and Oriental Laces for yokes and blouses, per yard to Shadow Laces In edgings and bands; white and cream variously; per yard 25C to 50c y and Avoid the Xmas Crowds NAVAL DEBATE Hon. Pelletier Finished Speech and Was Followed by La Fortune Ottawa, Dec. rather exciting day was anticipated in the Commons and the galleries filled up early in anticipation of a sharp day of debate on the Laurier jutfendmcnt io the government's naval resolution. The proceedings were not nearly interesting as expected. Hon. L. I'. I'elletier, Postmaster- General, -who moved the adjournment last night, resumed the discussion shortly after 3 o'clock and did 'hot conclude until half past live. There were a few interesting; interchanges during the earlier part ol Sir. Pel- letter's speech, but toward the end he was engaged in putting a "Umber of documents on record and the in- terest lagged a hit. The postmaster general in tile course of his remarks, said that the proposed gilt was only a preliminary and it would he iol- lowed by a permanent naval policy, accompanied by an agreement, giving Canada a real voice in the councils of the Kmpire. The Liberals had proposed to put ip Mr. Michael Clark, of Red Deer, mt when ihev learned that Mr. Fos- er was'not to speak they changed heir plans and Mr. La Fo'rtunc, of followed the postmaster- gi'ueral with a Inng speech in French. lie said he was prepared to sleep his scat many nights ratlicr than! allow the resolution to pass. Mr. La 'ortunc contended that it was un- air to Canadian workmen not to pend tho money it was proposed to ote in Canada. At A. M. Aikins, Bran- dou, moved the adjournment; o! the debate. It is understood that tile Liberals would not reach a definite decision as to how long they will continue their opposition to the resolution. A caucus will be held in Ottawa alter the holidays, at which j definite line of action probably will be arrived at. The Gift Centre! Just Arrived! We have Just received our full shipment of the celebmted Honry Rogers aiifl Sons.English Poarj .Mounted Silver Plato, con- sisting of Fish Knives'" ami Forks, KJ-uit Knives and Forks, IB- dividual nutter Spreaders, Butter Knives and Sugar Shells....... .Alto Butter Dlshet and Knives from 11.50 to Marmalade Jiriiand Spoons, to Cracker Jars, One-Half Dozen Knivei In Case, Those who appreciate a really high-class article fihouM luapMt these goods. E. A. EWERT Jeweller and Optician Oliver Block LethbriUge, Alta. THE DUKEOFARSYLE Who cabled- that the story of the Princess Louise incident is "rubblth." promises to be an interesting event, as there will be a tree and gifts for everyone. Miss Shields, who 1ms been ing 'with her uncle, W. L Shields re- yivuumv win jju iimvfu ill. j It is understpod'that in addition to' e near Tuesday. the members." it will he attended by other prominent men 'of the country. The local opposition the Free Press, in, a; long editorial today, ad- vises thVpppositipji to obstruct, force a general election. nd JOTTINGS FROM THE BUSY LIT- TLE FARM CENTRE IN THE SOUTH Fifth Street Limited New Dayton, Dec. C. Webb left last night for Hosmer, B.C., to at- tend hiB brother's funeral there. Mrs. McNaughton, mother of Mrs. F. J. Morrison has been quite seriously ill for the oast four or five days. Mrs. McMillell. of Lethbridge, has visiting at the home of F, J. Morrison, ami returned home on Wed- nesday night. The Ladies' Aid meeting, held to- day, was largely attended, and great "merest was evinced in the affairs 01 ;he church. The usual business was uTansaoted. The next meeting will be icld four weeks from today. -Mr. W. L. Shields made a trip to Raymond for the week-end. The town pump has been givin onsiderable trouble of late, and i low entirely out cf commission. This s a most regrettable state of affairs, iue entirely to neglect on the part of he townspeople, and something hould he done at once, as travellers topping here are unable to obtain wa- er for their teams, and even people 'ving in town are at a loss 'where to ater their stock. All this needs a ew pump, and the Board of Trade or 10 new municipal council should look fter the matter. Mr. and .Mrs. H. W. liisinger left on for Eaton, Ohio, to spend the inter. Mr. C. Webb is looking after ic farm during Mr. lilsinger's ab- once. .Mr. C. I. Mahood and his father left in -Monday for Cando, North Dakota, j for the winter. C. T. Jenkins left on Monday for j Oxford, Oilio, for tho winter. An informal dance was siven at tile home of G. If. Moruland on the night of the -lib. F. H. K'.lert. of .Milk River, was in town on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Duncan spent Monday and Tuesday in Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Skeith have gone to Lethbridge for .tho winter. Seattle: Miss Nina Moreland spent Wednes- day night, in Lethbridge with Mrs. Win. Cartwright. The Presbyterian Sunday school is planning to sivc an entertainment In 'J the church on Christmas eve. This ENGLISH COMMITTEE WILL PRE- PARE FOR JUBILEE ON A BIG SCALE London, Dec. Although the strictest secrecy is maintained regard- ing the details of the scheme pro- pounded by the British comniitlee for the celebration of .the Anglo-American peace centennary, it is certain that these will be disclosed by Earl Grey who must not be confounded with Sir Edward Foreign Secre- the inaugural public meeting of the British committee, to be held at the Mansion House on "Wednesday next. The fact that the committee is one j the most representative ever known in Britain, Including as it does mem- bers of the present administration, the last administration, lenders of the :hurch, science, art, education and literature, and the political and muni- cipal bodies, is a guarantee the cele- bration will be fully worthy- of the occasion. It is also understood that an enormous sum of money is to be spent in fittingly perpetuating this one hundredth anniversary of peace CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PftlCM DATES Per pound PRUNES, Per pound MIXED NUTS Per pound ORANGES Per ricztn MIXED PEEL pound TABLE FI08 Per pound Special 20 I hi. .SUGAR ffi av for........ 91.29 BEST ONTARIO CHEESE, Ib....... CUC APPLES, PER BOX......... 31.DO Westminster Store j "NEAR ELLISON MILLS PHONE on Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Best Baking; Powder is uniform, n Invariably dependable. Your gro- eer knows him. among the English-speaking Confirmation has been received in London that the municipality of Ghent will also enter into the celebration, and it is understood that the leading members of the peace committees ot England, the Dniterl States and Can- ada will visit Ghent at that time. AUCTION SALES BY FRANK WADDINGTON Monday Next, Dec. 16th At 2 o'clock sharp at No. 1260, 3rd Avenue South, Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE nisch solid Oak Buffet; set uak Dining chairs; extension dining table, solid oak china cabinet; to mention. On Wednesday, Dec. 18th AT 2 O'CLOCK At 646-12th Street South; by Instructions of Mrs. W. H. McLclland HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE buffot; sectional hook cases, mission den furn- iture .Mahogany parlor suite, lounge, dressers and stands- mounted bods, springs and mattresses, rockers, occasional' tables new condition; cooking range carpets and kitchen utensils' ,-tc. PHONE Auctioneer's Office. Dominion Block. t) J ;