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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, DECEMBER 15t 1913 JI, UA1I.Y HERAM) PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO, Store Just Eight More Shbpping Days, Then Christmas A Satisfactory arid Dependable Christmas Store of Useful, rractii'al Gifts the at the minimum cost! From now ChrJEtnus wo will put forth every effort to help you In the- easy, solution ol jour gift pr> "b'leni. not only.io our s'upseatlve displays ot fresh new merchandise. especially cholc'e'lor'ChrlstrnaB si'lne, on acc'cjuit, ot frieir' suitability' and gcacrsl usefulness but In Hie special pricing of stocks as well, and Coffering you' be'yond oil do'.ibt values uneq.uajled by any' oilier store in.' Southern Alberta. OPERA ANP EVENING CLOAKS Reduced for a ChrlitmM Sale Vlluo worth up to 155.00 Beautiful "garments, cf fiueet broadclotli. silk lined Copenhagen, pearl, tan, and coral. ImndEoinely aupliqued-and trimmed wltli silk beads, ball fringe, etc. all on salt; at clear- wllh Elite beads; full.frlnge etc., all oa sale at r cleaa-, Ing-price for this week's Cbrlstmaa llargaln Sale at J33.50. NEWEST MODELS In CLOTH COATS On Sale at Chrlttmat Bargain up Splendid new styles, to Jiar.'d ly representing Hie very latest maV ufacturera. The new and -other red eficcts aie included in .the fact, every cloth ccal throughout out-entire'stock. Excellent valll-thllwcPk.S22.50. inancl. fcr. gifts, Buy Hats for Presents Anything up to These lie ad pi-eces mate practical gifts and final clearance prices arc most tea-' E on able. Every hat in the store is In- eluded. Messelaing Silk 95c Rtgular value A 5 plena id grade, ealin full yard wide, shown In every Imaginable col- or and particularly good value st the price. Brief Suggestions For Hurried Shoppers 'many special val- ues, priced at lOc up to each NECKWEAR In a lovely Christmas collec- tion, priced at 25c up to ijtf.OO SILK AND LISLE HOSIERY arc always in big demand for gifts, 50c (o KID GLOVES lu lest guaranteed goods, .long and eliort, and pair FANCY 'Centre Pieces, and Tea Cloths, in real hand made linen .lace trimmed or liand embroidered. 25c to HAND EMBROIDERED WHITEWEAR-; Pawns. Corset Covers, and Princess Slips Embroidered in very dainty designs. ,90o to WASH AND SILK WAISTS'In scores "ol beautiful anil dainty-creations, all rv to A Sale of Cheaper Coats Worth'.up to Nothing more appreciated as silts than garments sucli as are good 'styles', of heavy pure wool materials. Dogskin Walking Gloves; Regular' value We have many better grades In long and short dress' glovce as but this line is a. particularly attractive value. Taus only, one-button at wrist.'." SPOKANE AND PORTLAND PACK.- ERS HAVE THEIR EYES ON'' THIS- PART OF 'WEST y-f FOR SUPPLY tlis matter and ff. K. travel- ling (reigbt agent representing SpoVane International railway, has been delegated a com.iuission o[ one to investigate'a'nd'reporl. "The leraoval'6! barrier OD hogs and cattle is responsible tor thjs jnove on the.part.oi coast paci- efs, and "I thini'it'will ter.d (o hold up the prices; once wo have their buy- ers coniing in here competing ivitb Cabadiaa Jlrms." "Packers of Spokane acu Portland j arc looking toward.Southern for live stock for iheir-plants, is'a very gobil sign 1 O..T. l.athrop this morning on his rtlurn Irom Spokane where he lias been for-the .past.week. representatives of con- cerns' coast this morning and -arc now looking over tin- Southern Albnti field .to "find vhat. possibilities may be .here as a live etock ccatre -from which to drnw the raw. product. Spokano packers aro noiking in conjunction with the railways' in ANOTHER RURAL ROUTE ''Jot. Tracy hat filed another 1 petition for a rural mall delivery route. This one wflll-cover the j rjgated section northeast of the city, which li one-of the moil thlcVly- xttled rural In the whole'of. the province. Mr, Tracy IK bent on bettering social 'condjtioni in the rural communi- ties, 'so that the home life for the farm women may be Improved. Looking Over S. A, Land; K. G. Beeche'r, of- Minneapolis, and B. Lawrence; of Rutland, Vt, are in Ihe clly with 0. T. Lqthrop, looking over Southern Alberta land. Buyinjj Llv'eitock W., la establishing an tUborato market and cbiu 'slbrage making 5lf. I.ucla to" lake chiefly from the LdtorldBe district and' his a- carload c( sheep and hogs. S U B W A Y "AG.R E E M E fj T SIGNED 4 The long-delayed subway 4 .agreement, .which has icen in Ihe hands of the C. P. n. for the past four or. five months, was received today! and. duly executed 'by the .mayor and secretary-treasurer. 4 4 Flowers as V Amas Gifts Are not to expeniive a> you Thcro Is nothing more appropriate is 'a GIFT FOR YOUR BEST. FRIEND AS A BOX OF FLOWERS We grow them .right at Iiornd, tome anil visit our erecnho'.isca. also carry Holly Wreaths, Holly, Mistletoe, Wreathing, Dells, etc. f FRACHE BRQS. >ir. FLORISTS Edited f Phones f: A PHAYBtt Not more of light; 1 ask, 0 Clod, .Hut eyes to see-what is; f Not- sweeter songs, but power to hear The present Not- greater but. how .to use -.i The power that 1 possess Not more of' love, ,bul skill to.turn A frown to a. caress. Xot more o I joy, but Its kindling, presence To give to others all l.have Oi courage and ol cbeer. Giv? me all tears to dominate, Ali holy joys to know To be the Iriend 1 wish to be, To speak the- truth l.kt-ow. Holb rook. Mr. manager pi the Dank of Commerce at Gtan'um, was a week-end visitor in the city, Inspector J. "Morgan this week in attending the convocation of inspectors. t' -Mrs. Wallace Clarke, and Jack leave on Thursday on.an ex- tended visit in Oalt; Ont. v Mrs. J. A. -Maekay, 1536 Fifth Avc. A., is" giving a" to- morrow, in connection with -Knox '.adfes' Aid. 3jiss Mamie McMahon, of barons, nf the HcrqM's" dalcs, who has-been in the' isolation tiospiial for' some'time with scarlet leveri is slowly f Mrs.'J. B. Hcutcr, president of trie Art Neeillfrwoik club, will entertain Ihe members Wednes- day .allemoon, Dfceraher from three to five.- N'e othsr invitation than this intimation will he given. Mr. manager-'ol' the Standard Hank, and .Mrs. 'lilefcher, have .moved! into'the resldenrf'' re-, cently owned by 'J.L. Man'warihg at 'olS (fourteenth St., S, Mrs. Hletch- not receive until alter New Years. 'Mr. Ocorga W. Sfevwright, Edmon- ton, of tho. provincial auditing la tho gnett of and Hn. 3, A.1 Mac- kay.'FIIlh avenue A. Mrs. William Mitchell, twh'ri li'is been residing with Mrs. J. Morgan for the past four months, leit on Fri- day to reioia huiluiil at Medi- cine' Hat. Mitchell warm lriends''iiuring her stay in the city, and her depailure is r'egtetlfd. f Mr. Hojers of tho-Ctlgary tranch 6f-the Bank of will suc- ceed Mr. the: local branch. e J...W. do Courcy 6'Gradr, announce the en- gagement of 'their -dausliter, Kath- leen Frances do Conrcy, to Mr. George William Culver, s'on of the lalo Mr. W. H. OulTer.'Q.O.; of Winnipeg, fhs rrmrrinKf. take place very quietly on Januarj- 3; CUUB5 AND Full of Good Things to Eat and Drink POPULARITY of din- I'lmslmns Ifampoi-.s'have grown rap- itllyjlu! past, lew suasons. This yc-ar Imve prepared a Hamper list of Groceries, Wines, ami Liqmir.s iluu denote uiU'eful sel- ection and perfeul- quality at pneo.siliat are within' tho reach of all. You will find in these everything-fur the Christians dinner. Wine Hamper XO. 1.; Weight FAMILY '1 H. B. C. OU.Pprt. I II; U. C. O1J Sherry i Bottle H. D.'c.. Niagara Port' 1 Bottle" 11: u. Black Cherry Wine 1 lioule II. B. U. Ginger Wilie" 1 llottle H B. C. Clam 6 Hollies. PRICE........ Wine Hamper 4. Weight :-OUR LEADER HAMPER" 2 Dolllc 11. n. Old Hye 1 Bottle 11. B. Old Scotch 1 Bottle H. li. Cognac Brandy 1 Holtle White Wheat Whiskev 1 Bollle 11. B. OH Port 1 Hottle H. B. Black Cherry Wine '2 Boille II. II. Niagara Port 1 Bottle II. li. claret ISoiiie H. B. Glnser i Hottle H. B. Sherry li PKICE Each hamper Is nice- ly painted, lias hinged, lid and is'securely scal- ed. It makes a very hc- ceplable Christmas gift. Just figure out what the contents of these ham- pers would cost In the regular sav- ing ID price be a pleasant aurpriso. ,Wine Hampers N0.7. Shipping Wciglit SJHhs. "THE CONNOISEUR'S HAMPER" 1 Bottle. Champagne 1 Bottle, cjnart, Spariling Burgundy. I Bottle H. Co'a F. O. B. Scotch 1 Bottle H. U. Co's Ultra Brandy i Bottle H. B. Co's Pine OM Irish i Bottle H. B. Co's 7-Year-Old Rye 1 Bottle li. B. Co's Madeira 1 Bottle H. H. Co's OIJ Lodge I'ort 1 Bottle H. B. Co's Dodega Sherry 1 Holtle H. B. Co's Creme ilc 31 rathe 1 Bottle 11. B. Co's Cherry Whiskey 1 Bottle H. B: Co's St. Sullen. 12 Bottles PRICE -Mall orders for theso hampers v.lll receive prompt and careful at- tention. Order hampers by number. Address or- ders to Manager Hud- son's Bay Stores, Lelh- bridge. If hamper is In- tended as a gift, kindly enclose sufficient mon- ey to pay express, any balance will he returned promptly to you. Apopd Grqcery JVQ. 12. WeigM Cppe Cod Cranberries 2lua. Plum Pudding lib MinceMeat lib New Figs 2 Tins Tqirmtoes or 3 tins Corn "lib Clus'ter Raisins Mixed'Xuls 1 ilox Somebody's Luggage- lib Boi'.Assorted Chocolates lit) H. P. Fancy Jliscnits. lib -Mocha anil Java Coffee .310 Tin II. B. Co's Special f-J ft Tea. .'.PRICE 9 >vU Old Country Grocery Hamper NO. 14. AVciglit Slh Turkey 311) Cambridge Sausage. Crauberrles lib Plum Pudding lib Mince Meat .lib Table Kiga llti New .Mixed Nuts C Oranges 1 Box Christnjas Crackers U Ib tin H. B. Imperial Mixture llti Special Tea ftp Ironi Men and-Women of the will he the subject of St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor tomor- morrow evening. St. .Andrew's mid-week scr.vjce.wiil be held, on Wednesday evening .at 8 o'clock, and at 8.45 the managers will meet.. ..This will be "Scolch Niclit" at Westminster Kuox church, besides a good" musjcaj 'pro- gram, Mayor Ilardie'wiirgive an ad: "drfss on "Scotland and the Scottish Jvell 'as the laudable one" of assisting the Nursing Mission, was to teach the children, who usually look upon a'time 16 receive gifts, that, it Is also a timp to give. J7.SO was donated by the' scholars besides a very targe number of toys, books, etc. The mor.ey contributed was over nnd "above the regular col- yesterday amounted to 3 a The annual, meeting ol .the Young Men's Bible class and Athletic assp- spciatiqn will ;he 'held in St: An- drew's cru.rch at eight o'clock on Fri- day etentng.1.- Women's. Missionary society meet on ttie ISlh, in- stead 'ol Ihe .following 'week. (Dro'GalhraHh an address, and spfeial riiusic has been arm.gfd. All, .who have mite- boxes, are re- quested to bring-.them to the ing. t s The Daughters and Maids of KnR- land will not' hojd yrhist drive schMuled- lot tonight owing to the death.o( thflt betored slater, the late Mrs. F. Hobins.-. -ft St. Jlary's Men's society will bold n.nhlsl drive in St. Marys parish h.ill.bn' Wednesday .'evening, when six beaulilul prizes will awarded. An important husfncss mectlnR of Wesley Ladies' Aid will be. held on Wednesday altfrnoon at three o'clock. when the. business'In connection with the.farewell dinner will be djscusscd; All be welcptne. IJnox Sunday school held "giving" Sun'd'ay yesterday. The scholar, of whom there were 208 .present, had been asked to bring donations ol toys, books, etc., or money, (tr be given to tbc Mlwion. The idea, M Winnipeg, Man., Dec. r.cw hostelry will be hu'lt oa Hie site of the Leland hotel; -owned by K.: J. Hochori, wliich was hadly damaged by fire recently. A ttoan! of four s's- perts reported to the board oi Con- trol this morning in confirmation "of the opinion of the city buiMing in- spector that .the remains, of the URINM Superintendent' J. M. Cameron o! the at Medicine Hat wrote the city council with reference to the street tar damaged In .collision at 13th St. some titne ago. The city wrote Mr. .Cameron aiklAg that the taken hack topies- ton for.repajrs, hu( the latter: re- plied that an CJtpert from the Ogden shops would be sent down, aiid II the car could be properly repaired there this be dor.e. The company, it is understood, necepts the full onus Ifjr'tb6 necjilenf. The cat will he loaded for shipment shortly. CUTLERY FIRM INVESTS IN CANADA London, Die. the funh.r praferenM wpiul, Mappln t Webb, tne- Sheffield cuflfry firm Important been acquirxi In where, director! con- lider, I, f0r further NEW HOTEL ON' LELAND SITE st nature was unsafe and 'must to torn down. The new hotel win cost Ictwcon tiro and three hundred thous-. and dollars, it is stated. TKE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT Tho very best Christmas gift you can mafte your wife and all the members of your farnily'Is a subscription to that great-paper -The Family Herald and Weekly '.Star of Montreal. H costs only cue "dollar and Us visit each week will make your household happier than ever' before. Nohome-'in be Without-" tliat great paper during Issue la worth the money. Mount Royal College, Calgary Opening of WINTER TERM, Monday, January Slh 1913 BUSINESS Book-keeping, Stenography; Typewriting, Ac-: t countancy, etc, MUSIC f-ull Conservatory, Vncnl, Instrumental and Theoo'. Public and High School. Grades. .Preparation fo vcrslly and Tpach-rs. ladles' College'Coufses for girls." v convorsqtlon China Painting, .Water Colors. Leather Toling 'etc EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Dramatic Art anj Public Speaking. HOUSEHOLD For information find to I "V v-i REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, D.D.. PRINCIPAL- PHONE M, 2i9i. CALGARY' Announcement .ED. L. JARVIS opened store op 527 Sth Street SouttTwitb Qrocertcs, Confectionery, fruit and- Scliooi supplies.' EverythinK "'ol the best iiualily Bt tho'lowcst possible price.' Phone 1883 ;