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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December 22, 1910. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD New Neckwear Just arrived by express: 'New dainty bows in beauti- ful delicate colorings of rose, green, wisteria, ecru, sky, red, etc. Have pleated tabs. Special at 65c at Christinas Store Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday Night Extra Saleshelp Ready to Serve You Fur Lined Coats Beautiful rat lined coats for women, with choice Cana- dian mink collar and shell ot fines i wool kersey clotli. Colors are navy and black. Special Safe of Hand Made Linens A. grand hand- made doilies and .Battenb.urg Very-pretty hand lace and drawn _iyork. --v Sizes 12 to-20. di- "ameter. Xmas sale- 35c Sale of Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs A very special "lot of new embroid- ered handkerchiefs, with hemstitched and scalloped edges. Pretty patterns on fine muslin. Values at 50c each. Ladies' Suit Sale Sale of Best Kid Gloves at 95c Good make of French Kid Gloves in black and pair guaranteed, all sizes from 5 1-2 to 7 1-2. Popular prices are 51.25 and a pair. .Special Xmas sale 95c pair Women's new style tailored suits; made of good chiffon finished cloths; and-di- agonal serges; colors -are black, navy, green, wisteria, -cardinal, etc. Beautifully trimmed with, silk braids and buttons.- Extra value at the regular prices of and Clearing Sale a: only NINE DOLLARS. Ladies' Coat Sale Women's stylish coats made of fine ker- sey cloths, beavers, tweeds and cheviots. Made in black, navy, gray, greenjf etc. Xew long 'lapels and military collars. Regularly to S25. All at-25 per cent, discount. 1-4 Off A Tub of-Fine Fancy Candy A dandy fine special in choice-, candy. Cream, mints, lates, cocoanut -jelly- beans, fine gum. drops, etc. splendid mixture. -Special-'a- 25c V Oranges New Jap. Oranges, special for the Xmas trade. All new de- licious fruit large isize. Every, box is full of perfect fruit. 'A Apples Choicest .eating apple's in large 'sizes.' -Including; Rome e'tc. See our display take your choice: special-a- A Sale of Good Corsets A good. reason for such a big reduction 'ia price on the best B. I. and Crompton Corsets we have too many. Choice of five styles in medium and long hip with .four suspenders. Special per until Xmas at Best Table Cloth A big range of patterns in the finest grade of ta- ble oilcloths including marble vein, imitation oak green, brown.- red and blue- designs. Sold every- where at 30c a yard. Our special Christmas price is 25c New Motor Scarfs AT beautiful wool and silk motor scarf tasseled ends. Size. 72 x 20. inches. AT.' motor scarf with, silk thread patterns, and frilled ends. Size 90 s 20 inches. AT pale shades of pink, mauve and gray with spot centre; also' silk shoulder shawls, 54 inches square with tassel fringe. AT ev- qjiisite embossed silk scarfs for "even-" ing "wear, with soft tinted floral patterns These are verypret- New Ruchings A rush order of new Xmas has just arrived. New dresdens with tinsel- edge; new velvet witb. beads; neat, chiffon with tinted col- ors. These are very effec- tive .and most -stylish. Spec- ial lor our Xmas trade at on- lv a 15c Special Sale of Fancy Goods A large table full of fancy articles, suitable for Xmas gifts- -includes fancy linens, cushion fops, pin cushions, pipe holders, ate. Worth regular up Special Two Days Sale of Navel Oranges lot.of new navel oranges. Extra large size j and every.', orange-sweet, juicy and ripe. Other stores charge you 35c and 40c.. Special Xmas Groceries Choice lemon peel, lb. 18c Choice lb. ..I8c Choice citron peel, lb. .22c New shelled almonds, lb. 45c New shelled walnuts, lb. 45c .Choice Malaga grapes, lb. 25c Finest Sultana Raisins, a 1-2c finest Vosticia Currants, a" lb................12 1-2c Best Fard Dates, a lb. .15c Extra Specials-- Burlap cushion "at .'Tapestry- "cushion top Special, cushion i Hand made "doilies Arabian centre- piec- es Fancy -handlierchiefs each Dark-Flannelette 9c' Canton flannel -.9c Navy; flannel 35c'-50c Military flanMei; 'per yard .35c-4Qc Linen table cloths, at to Best Kimona Cloths, at Wrapper ette, a yard1 ;.....12 1-2c Special V Dill 206 Heinz .Sweet' pickles, ...iOc -r Smoked 'pickerel, a lb.' Choice j Choice bacon...16- Choice creamery but-.; ter ,-..35c Ingersoll cream. r 15c Choice Ontario cheese ..18c. Malaga grapes. Eatrdg apples, 4'lbS; ..25c- fee1 Special blend 'cofiee at 'Choice s- doz. Navel oranges, per doz. ..35c40c50c Local Ckrgyman Appears in Court and Expresses His View Porritt Girl Pleads Guilty A young: girl named Louise Porritt v.'ho has been around the city ior some months and was formerly em- ;S ployed in a Chinese restaurant here, appeared in the police court this on a vagrancy charge. She plearkd'gyilty was placed by the iiiagistratc in the care of Mrs. JBrad- who is conducMne; the-home for v-nfortunates rented by the city. r The chief explained that the girl been soliciting on the streets.. She had beer, .warned by the police several io flfsist and yesterday the chief had her .brought to the sta- lion. causr oi the chief's action was that he yesterday saw her a couple oi other young girls in 'Vilie company oi a married woman in city whom he has for scvera- had good grounds to believe was a procuress- "jo chief yes ihe admitted that thn wr "'man had made propositions to her also another woman in Mac- flcod had ofterc'd to locale her in a Chouse in would police protection and an easy ;4ife. The ffirPs lioine is in Migh'RiV- and she. with her two sisters, been in Lethbridgc off-and Jor several months past. One of "her -sisters was the girl, Rose PorriU, .who sict into trouble a "week or two ago for running off with a masq'tier- "adc suit slie had vented in the city. Following the session of the police court ihis mornir.e; Rev. T. P. Perry, who with Itcv. Mr. Prosser and In- spector Laidlaw, of the Salvation Army, had been asked by the chici to be present, asked TO .be allowed to 'discuss wiih the chiei and Mr. Ball a few .matters. Foilowins ibis a talk of consiner- ablc duration followed between Mr. Perry, ;hc chief. Magistrate Ball and couple o: init-rested private citi- pror.ouucpd segregationists, who 4051'ere prfstnt. Mr. Perry commenced c; ihar- he was particularly there and be of any as- .askerl why it was', he, Prosst-r and Inspector Laidlavv particularly singled out irom g citizens of Lctubridge to Porriv. it was he- ;ere pav- iniercsTcu in work of this and if thny and himself, (Chief iiid not miller assistance no one else .would be. He disclaimed any idea of antagonizing Mr. Perry i or Inspector Laidlaw. I Mr. Perry expressed himself as glad such was the case. He had al- ways thought he and the chief under- stood each other thoroughly, al- though they did difler along certain lines of method. The chief's reasons being such as'they were, he contin- ued, he (the chief) could not -be re- sponsibte for such language as. that contained in a certain re- .porl which he read and which quoted i the chief as saying that he nmi Mr. La dlaw had been asked to he i present at the hearing of the Porrrct case to take care oi the girl if thev wished, and to "practice'what they preached." The chief most emphatically denied having made any such remark to a reporter and that it did no! reflect his sentiments alkali. If he had said .such a thing, declar- ed, it would have-been a direct insult to Mr. Perry and they were on too good terms to be guilty "01 ih'at. i Mr. Perry pointed out that he had spent considerable money in rescue work in the city and to go as far further in him lies the power. j IT was sometimes said. he. pointed [out, that tne people who opposed the. policy of segregation had no alter- nativ." to offer. lit :ead 'original motions passed by 'of the Temperance and Moral Reform League, and which were presented TO the- cily council whon the question I was taken up with that body earlier in the year. One of the motions was i to i.Jif 'effect that the association be- luyved that practically none of ihe in- i mares of the- segregated area were na- I Lives of this city or country and such being the case they were willing to i bear th? expenses of transporting there, and supplying chaperonage, io 1 their original homes. Thai was their alternative. i He was often askea on the In- formation was. laid by the latter'-yes- terday, he stating "as he so that] Ying Que was in Macleod. lice, however, received information that he was coming back last uvrht; and arrested him .vhe.i' he arrived. He appeared in rhe police court this morning, and when. charged, re- marked, "Me no steal, me no steal." As the informant was not present j the case was remanded by Police Magistrate Ball until tomorrow morn- i ing.- How: to Have the Best Cough Save by Making It at Home. Cough a rule, contain a large quantity of plain, syrup. If you take two cups of granulated su- gar, add one-cup of and stir about 2 minutes, you have as syrup as money could; buy. If you will then put 2% ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) -it a 16 bottle, and fill it up with the- Sugatf vjou yill have as 'much coagh as yoii could Tsuy ready-made; for 12.50. It keeps perfectly. And ,ybu -will find it ihevbest cougi synip you ever in ing cough. You can feel it take hold stops the.most'severe-'cougSi in 24 hours. It is jngt laxative enough; has a good'tonic effect and taste pleasant.' Take a teaspoonfuU. ever? one, two or three It is a splendid; remedy, 'too, foj pains, -etc. CLEARINGS The local clearing house reports the work of the now overworked staff so that the parcel wicket can be kept open also. On the ciiarge of violating the -crira-! inal code by operating a raffle, a man j named J. Kill, who bails from the i states, was arrested by Detective j Egan this afternoon. He was admit-i ted to bail and will appear to-mor- j row morning. i Cheese r.t IS cents a pound as should have been quoted, in A. MacDonalu Co.'s ad a. Bfff F H I r VI r ULi j bank clearings for the week ending this morning as follows: Thursday ..............5 S3.926.03 Friday S4.2S0.31 Saturday-............... 2S.17l.31 i Monday ................I3S.879.5S Tuesday ...............120.330.00 week this is! I Wednesday The appeal for relief for the Belle-; Total vtit sufferer struck a spot in ihe hearfs of the people oi' few days ago, is a bar- The responses are' in-i X gain any place, as ihe regular price is dLTrl -rraiiiyiiisr. In addition to those 20 cents. A-typogi'apfcical errov already acknowledged i ing the price 10 cents caused a big the Hcraid his ihe 'lollowins to port.: j A FrifiVd S2.00 committed to stand his trial in the next court of competent jurisdictian. Grignon was unassisted by counsel and when charged replied chat he hacl nothing to say. Neither did he make any attempt to cross examine the wit- nesses. The latter'were Harry Ander- son, a clerk in the Merciiants-Bank of Canada; John B. Piche, of Piche Miron, butchers; C. Wedd, a clerk ia the Imperial Bank pf Canada, and Thomas H. McCready, of the Red Cross Dnig and Book Company; The two clerks swore, that the two cheques the one for signed ia the name of T. B. Reeves and the' other for ?2.7n and signed W, Walker, had been presented for payment, the one at one bank and the other at the other, and that no such persons as T. Reeves or W. Walker had accounts at the-banks. Mr. Piche and M-r. McCready swnre to the cheques being cashed at their places of buisness. and air the healing pine .'elements. No other prep- aration will work in this- formula. This recipe for making cough rem- edy with Pinex and; Sugar Syrup i3 used and prized in thousands ol _____in the United" -States and. Can- ada. The plan has often "heen imitat- ed but never successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, or money promptly refunded, goea this recipe. Your druggist has Pinax or -will get it for you. If noti eend to The Pines Co., Toronto, shocks were felt in western Scotland, north of the Clyde. The Inverness. C. B... Presbytery unanimously approved the basis of j cnnrch union sent down by the gen- eral assembiv. Compared tnrh last of THIN HAIR big- demand for' the article during the past. days, but the public are asked to remember that although it is hard to tell whether an error nc- curs in the bargains offered at this store, this price was printed in error. VAT EXPLODED IN WINNIPEG WAREHOUSE TSe transformer station of the iiydro-b'lectric Power Commission at Niagara Palis, was damaged by fire. A Friend Dr. .S. Gulbraith .S. Galbraith...... b-divjeion !7-I of tho Grand Jntcrr.atioTial Auxiliary of 1.00 the B. L. E. acknowledged 5.00 30.00 15S.OO i Winnipeg. Dec. a late hour :nsi night a steam refining vat in the establishment of Gordon.' ironsides Fares, Logan Ave. e.vpjcidcd with a thunderous roar, i Jt wrecked everything in that parti ARMY BARRACKS NOT SOLD The Salvation. Army property, con- sisting of two lots on Fifth .street, was put up to sale this afternoon by Auctioneer Frank G-- Waddingion, bur. the upset price of nor. be- ing reached, it remained unsold. The highest bid was A LIBERAL OFFER SECOND SUPPLY OF a WINNING POST ANNUALS 4 at -.4. RED CROSS BOOK AND 4 DRUG CO. 4 i Total .building and shattered the j This will help very materially in rp-, '-vails so That part of the roof col- i the but The nc-cci is! lapsed Such was ;he power of the1; I great and yet is required. explosion :har the street railway and' j electric-light wires wires were brok- j The steamer Maryland, of the New {en. It is estimated that at the time! Vork, pniiaceipnia arid Norfolk Rai'.-.of ton exposiion some four thou-j road had TO pin. in io Seven's pounds of steam were imprison- near Ya.. heirif