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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TltE LETirHRTnGE DAir.Y HERALD MoiMlay, December 16, 11>12. son^s Mid-Season Clearance Sale A GREAT MONEY-SAVING EVENT Suits, Dresses, Coats and Skirts at almost half the regular prices Ladies' Serge and Panama Dresses marked away down $6.25 Regular $10.00 Values' ^ These dresses are made up from pure wool Imported Serges and Panamas, with long or short sleeves, low or high necl5. Shade blue, brown, tan and and grey. Clearing Sale Price ............... rsinji Lanib; Fox, Marmot, Seal, Squirrel, and -TersoY Bat, and eoiii])are qualities. You'll say our slatemeiit is correct. "Scll-iujr at Factory Trices." $100.00 EXTRA QUALITY MINK MUFFS, Sale Price ............ $SO,00 FINE MINK MUFFS Sale Price................ $78 $70 $60.00 FINE ISABELLA FO,X MUFF ft^C & large Neck piece. Sale Price set ffHO $100 PERSIAN LAMB SET, MUFF and Neck Piece; Sale Price..... $100 EXTRA QUALITY MINK STOLE; Sale Price............ $74 $78 $48 $65.00 FINE QUALITY MINK COLLAR; Sale Price, .............. $25 DARK MINK MASMOT MUFF 0* 4 Q and'Neck F>iece, Sale Price, set 919 $20 Black CONEY FUR SET, large Ift Muff, and Neck-Piece, Sale price 9 I O JpdO.OO Natural Gi-ey \V�lf Set-Large MnlV, a very lieavy ikm h-|)iece. a very stylish, conil't)rtaI)li' aud o-ood wearing fur. Good value anywhere at ^(lO.OO. C'letiring- Sale Price...................... $47.50 Muslin Waists Sligluly cnishod in handling. Values that ran from up to $4.00. Your choice for SI.49 Serge and Panama Skirts $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00 Skirts -for- $3.95 Suit Sale Lot 1 All Ladies' Tailored Tweed Suits, in greys, browns, and blue nii.xtures. Values ran up to 122.00. Sale Price la S11.50 Lot 2 .Ml our finest Tailored Suits in Tweed Mixtures and Serges. Regular $28.00 and $30 lines. Sale Price is SI 8.50 Girls' Trimmed Hats $L75 All triramod Hats that sold at $2..=)0 and ?3.00, are now ofterod at S1.75 Gent's Ties Put up In fancy boxes. These ties are four-in-hand ri.. made from finest qual-'tv silks. Regular value 75c. Sale Price is 50c HOSIERY BARGAINS LADIES' SILK HOSE, with lisle Bo\e, hiel and toe, In white ,8ky and pink.' Per pair ......... 50c. GIRLS' AND BOYS' HOSIERY- Pure cashmere wool ribbed hose, with double knee. Sizes 5% . up to 8. Sale price per pair.....25c. LADIES' AUTO SCARVES, 75c up to $5.00 LADIES' FUR-HNED GLOVES......$2.50 LADIES' MOCHA FUR-LINED MITTS $2.25 CHILDREN'S MOCHA FUR-TOP MITTS 90c CHILDREN'S MOCHA WOOL-LINED MITTS ...........................75c. LADIES' KNIT SILK SCARVES $1,50 co $2.50. LADIES' FANCY HANDKERCHIEFS, 5c. to .............................. $2.00 LADIES' PLAIN H, S. LINEN HANDKER-CHIEFS, Three tor ............... 25e. LADIES' FANCY LACE COLLARS, 60c, . 76c and $1.00. Christmas Shopping at this store means many dollars saved Read over this list FANCY AND PLAIN KBBONS Fancy 5-inch Dresden Ribbon, in a fine assortment of rich colorings, Si)ecial, per yard ............ 26c. PLAIN ALL SILK RIBBONS 4 Inches wide tor ........... 10c. B Inches wide,..............IZl/gc COMBS and JEWELRY COMB SETS-Barvette, Side and Back Combs, fine hand-made good."; set with fine brilliants. Per set $1.00, $2.00 up to............$5.00 JABOT PINS-Real gold set with brilliants, $1.00 and ....... $1.76 ENAMELED JABOT PINS-Fine quality..................35c, 50c. GENTS' FINE CASHMERE HOSE-25c, 40c and ............................... 50e. GENTS' INtTIAL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS, .......................... 25c. GENTS' MOCHA SILK LINED GLOVES- ..............................$2.50 GENTS' SUSPENDER SETS, 50c. 75e, $1.00 GENTS' PLAIN H. S. LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS, Three for ................ 25c. GENTS' SILK MUFFLERS, $1.25 and $1.75 BOYS' SWEATER COATS, $1.00 up to $2.00 BOYS' FANCY DRESS SHIRTS.......85c BOYS' MOCHA GLOVES AND MITTS, 76c. and.............................90c. BOYS' CAPS AND TOQUES 60c to 75c Linen Goods of Every Kind Make suitable Xmas gifts HAND EMBROIDERED LINEN - Dollies. Centres, Runners, and Trays; Linen with hand-made Cluny Lace Centres( Dollies, Trays and RunuevB. TOWELS - Pure Linen Huck, embroider- Eac" ....... 85ts sft embroidered at, per pair........ �p-�w TABLE CLOTHS-Pure Linen,, pattern running all around ^.2^ j,,,,, tit .  . . ..... TABLE CLOTHS - Finest Pure Linen, with hemstitching all aroand; aj!' o-ft beautiful designs ........... 1'" 'i'" The Simpson Co., Limited CARiR BOYS AT HERALD'S BIO FAMILY OF BRIGHT BOYS ENJOYED A SWELL TIWE Some sixty newsboys, rosponaihlc for tlio delivery and the sale of the Herald, nuido tho rnftors ring with noise and laughter, when they met nt the First Baptist Church, on Saturday, for the annual supper provided them by this journal. The arrangements l"or til.' spread wore In the hands of ta" Uev. A. C. Watson and tho Liidies' Aid, and they catered efficiently In the way of everything which appeals to youthful appetite, Tho evening was cnjoyably spent, and if there wore any regrets they wero only with the older racmberB of the staff, who sighed for the days gone by, when they could tackle with equal gusto the amount of apple pie and cake absorbed by the boys. Speeches were the order, and words of advice and n^ipreclatlon were poured Into willing ears, happy and contented to listen after strenuous efforts at the supper table, Olfford Horspool was the spokesman for the boys, and with a few graceful words presented Mr. Cocq, the circulation manager, with a bo.v of cigars. Recitations by Ralph Dodman and Qeorgo Williamson followed, and Miss Edith Jones made herself a prime favorite, gaining tumultuous applause with two well-choaen pieces. The lads fought shy of Individual attempts at singing, but had the opportunity for displaying much sonorous quality in joining In "The Jlaplc Leaf Forever." After "God Save the King" there was a general dispersal, and the newsies went away thoroughly pleased with themselves. LIBERALS IN LINE FORMED LIVE CLUB WHICH WILL CARRY ON THE WORK OF EDUCATION Bassano, Dec. 14.-With an initial membfership of 75, consisting of the progressive element among the bus! uess men of the town and district, tho Bassano Young Liberals' club was formed on Wednesday evening last, and judging from the enthusiasm shown at the initial meeting the club will be a strong factor in this diat rict In the future. Already spacious clubrooms have been given tho club by Mayor S. R. Whiting and when these are fitted up tho club will have the best club rooms of any similar organization In the West. It is tho intention of the olllcials of the club to carry out a social and educational campaign this winter, and to this end prominent Lib eral speakers from all over the Dominion who are touring the West will be invited to stop over at Bassano and address the club. ' Several of the Liberal speakers In Alberta have already accepted the Invitations to address the members during the winter. On Wednesday night addresses were made by Dr. Hagey, R. C. Pegler, Dr. W. A. W. Hanes, R. M. Struthers, Dr. G. M. Shaw and others, and the policy of the Slfton administration was unanimously endorsed. The election of offlcers for the ensuing year resulted as follows; Hon, president, Hon. A. L. Slfton. premier of tho province; president, Br. A. G. Scott; vice-president, J. H. Weaver; secretary-treasurer. Dr. G. M. Shaw; executive committee, Oscar Qulst, Andrew J. Hartzell, and Philip Wolf. The officers will immediately, take steps to call future meetings of tho club and to have the clubrooms opened as soon as possible. "A TRIUMPH" IN TEA QUALin SALADA PURE, OLEANLY PREPARED AND DBLIOIOUS � black. mixed Or\ ff% S*miil�* mailed en MidHlryk natural green; A'''-. 7 PAY no HOME RULE QUESTION STANDS IN THE WAY-VISIT WOULD TAKE ON POLITICAL SIGNIFICANCE G.T.P. REACH TEiS COMPANY WILL TAKE BACK ALL MEN WHO APPLY WITHIN MONTH London, Dec. 16.-Tlic widely cir-' culatcd statement that the King ami (Jueen will pay a visit to Ireland eat- j ly next, year cither as tho kucsIs oi the Duke aud Duchess ot Devonshire or the Duke and Duchess ot Manchester has been contradiclcd on the highest autborily-that of Lord Slii'j,-ford. The King does not intend to! visit Ireland so long as the homej rule (lucstion is a matter ot debate 1 in parliament. Otherwise he and the' Quecii would have gone to Dublin next March in order that he miglit preside over a chapter ot the KuigUts \ ot St. Patrick in Dublin Casllc ouj St. Patrick's Day. The King realizes very strongly that any visit paid to Ireland in the present condition of aftairs would at onco have a political nu'aning assign-, ed to it. It is rather curious loj recall by the way, that not very 1 many years ago, the King, then Prince "ot Wales, proposed to pur-; chase a residence in the north ot Ireland, but was uUimiilcly dissuad-etl from doing so by the late King, who placed Frogmore at liis son's disposal. OFFICERS ARREST MAN AND WOMAN CAUGHT MAY BELONG TO LIGHT FINGER. ED FRATERNITY Fort William, Dec. It!.-A man and woman, believed to be shop ..iLcrs with an International reputation, and also believed to be a part ot the gang that robbed the Hudson's Bay Co.'s stores in Portage la Prairie, early in the month, of valuable furs, were arrested in a local hotel on Saturday night. They had been shadowed all day by the police, following their first appearance on th* street, when they aroused .the suspicions of Sergeant ot Police Marr. Just as the officers arrived In the room to make the arrest, the woman threw a fur cap out of the window. A number of pieces of fur, some dry goods and cut glass were discovered in their valises. ' Both have coats with pockets of ordinary appearance, but on closer examination it was discovered that these pockets will hold almost a bushel. They resemble a pair described In circulars sent out from Chicago.* The man is tattooed, and the woman has four moles on her neck. These marks are all noted In tho published description. They were wanted in Pueblo, Colo., in 1005, for shoplifting. CHARGED WITH THEFT FROM C. P, R. Saskatoon, Dec. 15.-Karl Rice, who was acquitted on a charge of theft from the C. P. R. cars at Sutherland, has been again placed under arrest on a similar charge. Rice was arrested on Saturday at Strassburg, where he was working as a bartender. He Is a former C. P. K. employee. Grocery Hamper No. 12 lOlT) Turkey, lib Cape Cod Cranberries 21b Plum Pudding. ltt> Mince Moat Itb New Figs 2 tins Tomatoes or 3 tins Com lib Cluster Raisins lib Mixed Nuts 1 Box Somebody's Luggage, lib Mocha and Java Coffee, lib box Assorted Chocolates, lib il.&P. l'\incy Mixed Blacuits 31b tin H. B. Co's Special Tea Weij�lit 40 rbs. Piice .$7.riO HUDSON'S BAY Co. Ottawa, Dec. 155.-Details hav� been received at Ottawa of the termi ot settlement of the striking machinists and the G. T. P. railroad and president, E. J. Chamberlain, at tlie meot sub-mitted to a conciliation board appointed under the Industrial Disputes Act. Tho company agrees to accept th�i decision of this Board provided tUo men arc willing. Ottawa regards Uio agreement whereby any dispute next spring will be submitted, to a conciliation board as the most important phase of tho settlement. It is a triumph for tho principle of conciliation, and is an as-aurance that there will be no repetl. tlon of the present lojig drawn out strike. Sir Wm. Whyte is the sole arbitrator between the government and tho Grand Trunk Pacific as to tho terms of the lease ot tho Lake Superior sec. tlon of the Transcontinental. G. T-P. INN BURNED Prince Rupert, B.C., Dec. 15.-The Grand Trunk Pacific Inn, the largest hotel here, was burned early on Saturday morning. The loss was |50,000, with insurance of $15,000. All ot tho thirty guests got out without trouble. The only casualty was suffered by a fireman who broke his wrist. 25 Years Experience White Swan Yeast Cakes are made by the most successful drj- yeast expert In Canada, with an experience of 25 years in this dlfllcult art. Free sample from White Swan Spices & Cereals, Limited, Toronto, Ont. K LAW OFFICERS GOT BEST OF KATE MRS. HARVEY'S GOODS RESTRAIN. ED-REFUSED TO PAY TAX-WITHOUT VOTE London, Dec. 16.-After successfully withstanding a six-months' siege, Mrs. Harvey, the head of the press department of tho Women's Freedom League, who refused to pay taxes until women got the vote, has been forced to capitulate. For six months the doors ot her home have been chained, padlocked, bolted and barricaded and the outside plastered with bills, announcing her defiance of tho law which sought to enforce payment of taxes. But last week, while Mrs. Harvey Was away, three men filed u chain around the garden gate, forced tl^a lock of the back door and gained admission, In the prosence ct Mrs. Harvey's secretary and sei"vants, a distraint was levied on hor dining room furniture. PITCH IN AT 'oT. THOMAS St.  Thonui.s, Out., Dp.-. 11.-'I^vo Wiibusli frelglii iriiliis t'linio loacili: r near .N'elles ('oriicrs al IL'."1 tlii.s iiiornhig. l.iuiis Loi'lic, llri'iiuiii. wan i Icillcd, All ihi- i-jth�rs of Hie ciif^luo I crows Jiiiiiiu'il ami sMvi'd ilu'l;' llvi.-'. Certain in results - beca use purest in quality; try it and CHRISTMAS GROCERIES AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES DATES IAa Per pound....... � wl* PRUNES, 4 Am Per pound....... � wW MIXED NUTS 9n�� Per pound...... CiUw ORANGES Per OAm dozen ........... OUC MIXED PEEL 9n�� Per pound ........ CUU TABLE FIQ8 4 Per pound ........ I �#W Special 20 lbs, SUGAR ^