Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
T H E L E TII tt T I) K A1L Y IT E fe A 1 The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acedia Block CLARKE CO. SPECIAL NEW YEAR'S BARGAINS FOR ALL DAY TUESDAY Ladies' Undervests and Drawers, 45c Regular 75f. Values Lovely fine soft qualities of the famous Watson's mako, in white or natural colors; all exceptional values. Ladies' Fine Flannelette Gowns, Worth up (o .Made of extra good quality flannelette in white, sky or pink, elaborately trimmed, with tucks, hem- stitching and silk embroidery. Hundreds of useful ends of piece goods, left over from the season's selling, all collected into one big lot and priced so low as to warrant I heir entire disappearance in double quick time. Included are ends of Dress-Goods and'Suits, Cottons and Sheetings. Prints and Ginghams. Flannels and Flannelettes. Towclings, Dam- asks, Wrapperettes, etc. Wonderfully Cheap Newest Style Hats, Choice of the Entire Stock Just about mi even score loft, all of very latest'design in velvets and heavers, as well as felts, ranging in price up to All yoing at the ridiculously low price of ?5.00. L Fine Qualities in Wrapperette 15c Worth up to 25c. Particularly good quality materials and small and large de- signs for house dresses, kiiuonag ami children's wear, light, med- ium and dark color grounds. Your jCredit is Good Furniture For Every Home Now that the Christmas Holiday excitement is over it is time to turn your attention to the refurnishing of your home for the corning seasons. Sec us before buying anything for wo havo a splendid stock of fiu-nittiro and furnishings, and our prices are low. So be fair with yourselves, make a business rule to see if you uan't get it. better piece of furniture bere in style, quality and finish and at a better price than elsewhere. Wo have'jttst unpacked a splendid lino of furniture, superior in style and. excellent in finish. your purchases on our ".Don't Worry Plan" there is not a bit of worry connected with our credit, system, "it's liberal, convenient and honest. .BHT fflllfY HENS ON EXHIBITION AT SPOK- ANE LAYING FOR THE CITY'S NEEDY WILL BE GIVEN A JOB AND EDU- CATION AT J. J.' HILL'S EX- PENSE Germany Loses An Able Man (Continued from front hens that ounie for show inaineti to lay. Tho product of Iheir eluirts is nig given to tho needy people ol Spo- 1 tine, some whom are enjoying for the first time in many years an egg that a licn'woulil lie proud to claim as its output A tired Von Kiderlen-Waechter was sixty years of age. He had occupied the office as Imperial Secretary of Stale for Foreign Affairs only since June 28, 1910, when he succeeded Wilhelm Von. Schoen, who became German ambassador to'France. The advent of Von Ler was not greeted with gmit "en- thusiasm in the German Imperial parliament. He was a poor'orator, Spokane, ftash., Dec. the Spokane, Wash., Deo. spend humble lien lias strongly marked Ms Christmas in St. Paul at. the esr- (liriUbls instincts. is tcing of Hill, the rail- i Do Barrow, a Etratal ,n Spokane tins week, wnere wanderer who lost both legs in an accident on a Hill j line recently, went to the Minnesota nis speeches did not create capital. After the accident the -boy SOOQ impression. He was known, went to the poor farm, where however, as one of the shrewdest'______u '.vroic a letter to Mr. Hill, absolving in German diplomacy, and was j the road of blame, and asking for a I rcSardcli as an expert on affairs ot I position of some sort. The near east' Owin6 Ws having elicited a reply that Mr. Hill would 1 stationed for a long time ANNUAL REPORTS GIVE: CAUSE FOR PLEASURE TO PATRON AND SHAREHOLDER is the joint, donation of poultry not only give Be Barrow a job, hut 'sers and hens from all parts of would supply him with artificial 'ho Pacific .N'ortlnvest, assembled at j limbs, clothing, money, and an cdu- t. e a.-muai show of the Inland Em-! cation, if lie desired it. The youth pirs foultry and Pet Stock associa- made the journey' to St. Paul in lion. The fact that the show comes company with a representative of i1 ling Christmas week led the cxhi- "IB railroad magnate, travelling in a 'utors tu agree to donate ai! eggs Pullman. Although lie has been an 1 in by their show birds to a good- j orphan and a wntiderer for many lllml being raised by the years; Do Barrow speaks four lan- 'i'he Merchants Bank of Canada held their 49th annual meeting in Montreal on Wednesday last. The Bank is sharing to the full this flood time of prosperity throughout Canada. The statement shows profits which ;ss of 20 per cent, of the average paid-up capital. .After providing for the dividend of ten per cent, to shareholders, the reduction of the bank premises ac- thc Balkans and his disappearance i coimt S10'1.000, Eiv'ns from the German cabinet at the lo th- ott'cers1 pension fund, they ent time is considered to be a enabled to add to the misfortune. reserve, and carry forward a good During his slibrt period of office r.s balance. Foreign Secretary he was successful! Tlle reserve now stands at in steering the international puli.ivsj being Increased by from of the German Empire through :i per- premium on new stock. io.1 of unusual entanglement, .nore The Merchants Bank, with its re- Charities To' BOY CRIMINALS Toi-oiilo, Onl.. Doe. Two youths Gill and Christopher Sparks, le sent np for trial in the County today, by Magistrate Ward. The i o .lads -aim arrested three weeks ro jnirronnded by goods amounting to 1500. alleged to have been i trom the C. P. R. freight trains. .tolen WON'T JOIN PROS. Toronto. Dec. and La- finme. the amateur hookny stars who nre being sought after by a half dozen managers, this morning definitely re- fused to join the professional raiiks. gnages. CHARGED WITH FRAUD Moose Jaw, Dec, T. Park- er, manager at Estevan, Sask., for J. L. Thomas Co.. realty am! financial agents here, lias ueen arrested by W. .31. P.. on charges of embezzlement." Mr. Thomas stated this evening that his peculations have been extensive and hold. THE I. H.C. HAD A FIRE Akron, Dec. o.' the ten buildings of the Akron plant of the In- ternational Harvester Co., were de- stroyed by fire today, tiie loss being Auction Sale of Choice Cigars At the Alexandra Cigar Stand, on XEW YEAirH EVE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st Commencing at S o'clock .Frank Waddinsyton is favored with instruc- tions of UK- piircluiscr of tlm slock of tho Club Stores Limited, sell by public auction about Choice Cigars all in excellent condition. Tim.- stock in- cludes all the best known will he sold by the box in 25's. SO'.smid 100s'. Cigars retailing from ?2.00 to ?5.00 per box. will be sold absol- utely without any reserve. Don't miss this opportunity of laying Cigars at Auction Prices. stock of choice SALE AT 8 p. in. SHARP especially in regard menl of the dispute and Germany as to Morocco, the brought to it to the scttlu- betweeu France the future of negotiations were successful termination last year when France and Germany signed an agreement as the result- of which their relations have, fcc'iomo much more cordial. Von was many years a great favorite of Emperor William, who, however, practically banished him for a de- cade to what was then the comparn- tively unimportant post of Genr.i'i Minister at nucharesl, because on one of'Casio ti he had presumed too cently added capital, how commands resources of nearly eighty-five mil- lion dollars, and is accounted as being Get Busy You catch the bird, We'll feather-the nest; You marry the girl, We'll, do the rest. We carry a full line of the, best and most stylish furni- ture, carpels and stoves. The Davenport Couch FOR CONVENIENCE AND COMFORT ROLLED IN ONE THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A DAVENPORT, SPLENDID FOR A FLAT OR BED-SIT- TING ROOM, CAN BE CON- VERTED INTO A BED OR LOUNGE AT A. MOMENTS NOTICE. See our assort- Prices are the lowest. Solid Comfort .Rest and comfort there i s nothing' to compare with a good uphol- stered arm chair. We carry the best in these as in other lilies. Picture Framing How about framing those pictures you re- ceived for are experts in this .line of work. Moulding to suit all classes of pictures. TRY US ALBERTA OUTFITTERS 405 6th St. S. Dominion Blk. Phone 1735 much on the. Emperor's favor. Yon Kiderlen-Waechter was bachelor. Me belonged lo a very old V.'uet tern berg family, which was catf- eil to nobility in 1868. He vvas b- rn .July 10, and while studying volunteered and fought throng the Franco-Prussian war oi .He ciilcrcd the diplomatic SIT.'ICC in t 187i) and served in St. Petersburg Paris, Copenhagen, Constantinople J ami Hucharc.st. Owing; lo the si-l-lpn- j ness of his death there has :h-en talk as to his probable successor. one of the "first powers" in Canadian banking circles. Valuable connections have boon es- tablished throughout Canada, but in the Western Provinces especially, the bank has successfully endeavored to keep pace with the gro'wth and devel- opment of the country. Of the fifty- three million of advances to the pub- lic, over ten millions are loaned to farmers. Eighty-eight branches and agencies have been established throughout the Western provinces. There is reason for expecting that tho good record of this and recent past years will be continued in the fntirrc. City and Company Must Agree (Continued from front SOME UNKNOWN CATHOLIC PRESENTS 000 FOR THE PURPOSE CRAWFORD GOES EAST Prince Albert, Sask., Dec. Crawford Prince Albert will play Quebec Stanley Cun team this winter. "SOME HA'E MEAT, AND CAM EAT" London, Out., Dec. Mall" a residential, school for .boys up to the oi fourteen years, is i the Litest Roman Catholic education- j at project for London, to be built next spring. Tlic building will co.it This ttnd another for the, j school's endowment, came from an American benefactor cf the rrsulln j Sisters, Tin; name of the generous 1 donor would not, lie by j Arrhliishop FaHon. This will lie tlic first such school in Cannhu under I So Bobby Hums tersely describes tlic but still poor, dyspeptics. But their case is not now so desperate as when "wi-ss wrote. !Tor the man who has the food now can cat wilhout snlTcritif; for it, if just follows tlic meal with a Na-Dni-Co Dyspepsia T.'ibict, These banish the trcrJjles of the clironii: man who is sufferer from heartburn, ftas on the stomach or occa- sional indigestion. Yon can eat hearty mciils of wholesome digest them, you take Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia Tablets. Couipoiuuled bytixptt'tclicHiists, after 1 probably the best formula known to medical science, they ave quick and certain in their action, j relief from all forms of stomach trouble, j toning up and strenpllictiiiijj the tligeat- ivu briiiRirsg about permanent cures, A man isnostroiifjcrtliiuiliisstoiiiacii. Fit yourself for your best work by taking Na-Dru-Co Dyaprpcia Tablets. SQC. nt your dr'.iggist's. National )3nig nnd ChcniJcal Co. of 1 Uoutreal. the C.l'.R. main line, L'ertuiu dis- The son of Mrs. HIcc, the woman who styles herself "The Girl Preach- is under arrest at charg- ed with attempting fraud by selling for money the exclusive right to game. He declares Uiat ho was en- deavoring to raise'funds to settle tho uarty'K hotel bill. North I.ethbridge Happy Spokane, .Wash., Dec. 20. It re- The Thirteenth street crossing is inaincd for Eloise .ludson, a 15-year- maintained. That is the part of the old girl, to carry away first honors order which looks good to -the resi- in a large stock judging contest at dents oi North Lethbridge who have the Northwest Live Slock show, in bern Sir suspense lest the CommisEion Lewiston, Idaho, recently. Miss Jud- order the city to put its street rail- son, who is. a 'student at the .Lewis- way (racks over Ninth street ton Normal school, competed against head bridge. ;i field composed largely of hnv-s. To those who do not understand She was raised nn n farm, and, in what is meant by tlic derail system addition to her expert, knowledge of mentioned m the order, City Engi- live stock, hos a natural adaptabil- neer Hlandhard explains thai it is i an electrical automatic device where- by trains on approaching within tance of the crossing cither way, throws a switch on the- street rail- way causing approaching street cars to take switch, thus making a collision impossible. The permaiu'iicy of the -1.3th street crossing was Ihe point on which fur order hung. Thr (act that the road- way was surveyed before tho railway line was built was established at Edmonton lusl spring a day's hart! work by the city engineer and thi; city solicitor. The road was surveyed only one vcar lief ore the line was constructed. U'hat will be the possible solution'? -Subway Only Solution When that (juestioa (.'ity lilunchard hy.fi very little to say. The city i.s waiting for thr CM Ml. to some Hut the only solution is that in the oidcr, an elimination of the grade, which means the elimination of the level crossing by the construc- tion of the The sithway will cost the city some A derail system will cost at least but. the latter would only af- fccL the street car traffic while the former would accommodate all the heavv traffic which will follow the building of. Urn O.P.H. sheds oa KHh St., X. Certain in results beca u s c purest in q u a 1 tty; try it and KOOTENAY ORE OUTPUT Nelson, 11.C., Dec. produc- tion in tile Koutcnny and Boundary district last week totalled tons, and for the year to date tons! Smelter receipts for the week were tons, and for the year to date tons. Bert Leslie, a Toronto brldgeworker .-ia badly Injured by a fall at Wnlker- Nursery Use you cannot take chances on Soap. Four generations of Canadians have enjoyed the creamy, fragrant skin healing iatlier of Baby's Own the Standard in Canada for nursery use, on account of its known purity. Baby's is Best for for You. ALBERT SOAPS, LIMITED, ftC.u-s., .VII MONTREAL.