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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TiicHday, December 17,1912 TOT LETHBKIlllGB DATY-T IfEBALD >4 Christmas Cheer! Christmas is rapidly approaching- only seven more shopping days remain. Don't let the pleasure of the coming holidays be marred by a single oversight Look tlirou,i>;li your Wine List;, iinil niako a, ]iol;o of Avliiitovoi" is iKM;ossary-tlien conio to us for it, 1)0(;aus(; \vc liavc otic of tlio host .selections oT Wines and Liquors I'or Table use that youcoiiUl wisli to l)ny. Brandies and V/hiskies hi all^ noted bi'iuids, inehidinft' Andrew Ushers famous 8coteh. Port, Sherries and Clarets The best products of the vineyards, California Wines Containinji,- the vej-y sunshine aJid invigorating atniospliere of that country. Telephone orders ])ron>|)tly attended to-Delivery to all parts of-the city. THE LETHBRIDGEWINE S SPiRITHOUSE PHONE NO. 1731 lU oth Street South IJegiii Block Mie FARMING S MING To Study Law Rov. H. E. Gordon, of Edmonton, Bpent the night In the city en route for It he north. A $75,000 Addition A building permit has been issued to the Lethbridge Brewing and Maltlns Oo. for a $75,000 iuldltion to their plant. The new addition whicth was anounced gome tlnic ago, will bo five Storeys In height, with full basement, and will double the size of tho company's plant. EXALITE INCdiipdRATtB, 6 Ml HAS E Some Concrete Illustrations are Given of Development in this District Evidently a new era lias dawned in the favmins coninnnilty of SnuUi-crn Alberto, anti what lias hcrcloiorc been considered purely a grain fivirw-ing country will soon be thu leading mixed farming centre of the west. Here are two or three little real stories the Herald heard this niorn-ihK ti) help to heat o\)t this contention : Paul Madi?c, of iMilk River, was in the, city last nlglit. With uuotiter, tarirer from the Mill; Uiver district ho has gone north today to buy a couple of carloads of yoiniK horses which they will put on their farms in the south. Two ycrjrs ago Mr. Madge was looking for a buyer for his farm. A year, of drouth had, he thought, put .'him 'down and out.' In 1011 the farm wa. EXCELLENT WORK BEING DONE BY PROVINCIAL GOVErVT MENT IN PROTECTION', ' OF MINERS ' For Interior Finish Every paint usor oltcn has use for a (rood, roliablo, aorvicoablo Varnish for Intorlor flnitili-lor �woodwork, doors, etc. They pro-for a Varnish that will flow onglly and lovol out perfectly. Exdile Varniih is mado ospuciully for Interior finish; it tlowa readily and sets trco from dust in a tow hours; hardens in about twenty-four hours, and il tiosired can be rubbed iindpolishod allur two days. .Next time you need an interior Varnish try Exalile. Sold by letdlntr dcalere, Write for (reo boolt of "SuBKesHons"-lor Siipt users. (J.F.STEPHENS S-CQiiEE^ PAINT and varnish makers Win.nipeo.Camada URAtlCH AT CALGARY Hayr Local Agents It as interesling to note the vy^oj-lc being done by the provincial Kovdr'n-mont in the establishing of iMine Rescue Stations. Only the other day tho opening of the station at No. 0 took placo with admirable results. This new rescue station is equipped with ten protos and give salvato(>j' apparatus of the Flues-Davis type, ambulance and other rfcceasorlos now mak-inK the station one of the most complete in �\Vestorn .Canada. Ai, a demonstration and lecture given at tho (poning by jirominont operators" in tlio district tlui value of tho rescue lilaHou was clearly sirovvnjj The Urst team oomprislnK nvo mflnniramenced a course of iTalning on Dec. 12 under Iho direction ot Mine Uescuo Station .Superlntfiulent Powell. When this team Rave Us demonstration, showing liie uses and efl'ectiveJieBs of the station, apparatus, tho following dnspoct-ore luii Imporlaiico lo niinln'g men ihroughont the wctii and It is claimed iluit in one or two jjcriouK accldontp i;id tile rfSfuo aPliaralus been lu use �Mvlii!; of life v.'OuUi h:\\,> lieon niu."li in evideiicfi, Ca 1 i f ornia Excursions from Seattle $37 SAN FaANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 3 1 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED like low rates to other points TRAVl.:i, DY .SKA on the biir GccnniroinB Sleninsliipa ruiC-^IUKNTorGOVliK.NOU. Send f;itiiphii'l apply, R. G. McNEILtlE, DiRtrict P.-icseng'.'r Agent. Caicjaiy, Alia. Opportunity is now Knocking Loudly at Your Door! OUR SPECIAL SALE will bring you the greatest Bargains ever offered. Priced for Quick Clearance! It's our Clearance Sale Time, and when we clear up our Season's.Stock we do it thoroughly. It's not a question of what goods cost, but what prices will sell them. Overcoats, Suits, Underwear, Caps, Boots and Shoes, Shirts, etc., all must move. Come in and see what a saving we have to offer in Vlen*s Fall and Winter Garments. Just a.hint at the Price Reductions !, $10.95 $13.50 $15.00 $16.50 $18.75 $21.00 $22.50 CHAMOIS LINED OVERCOATS, No. L Bea^\'Qr cloth shell, Persian Lamb or Otter trimming; Reg. $Ko.OO; Sale $48.75 Men's $15.00 Suit* SPECIAL ..... Men's $18.00 Suits Sale ........... Men's $20.00 Suits Sale............ Men's $22.00 Suits Sale ..... Men's $25.00 Suits Sale............. Men's $28.00 Suits Sale............ Men's $30.00 Suf