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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AVEBNESDAY, DECEMBER 3Q. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERAtD PAGE! SEVEN New Years Gifts At Half Price To those who make it a practice of-giving little New Year remembrances, and also to .'those who.wish return a'Xmas favor, these special bargains should prove interesting. The necessity of clearing "Christmassy" before stock-takmg'is impera- the Half Price Sale tomorrow. That big Beauty Doll that' you ad- mired before X m a s, and, of v w will ell we sold hundreds for 51.25 will be on sale at 85c. omorrow Character Dolls; cute little jointed affairs, almost life like. 10 only left, regular price J1.00. Boxed Handkerchiefs All Reduced Here is a chance to buy dainty Irish Linen Kerchiefs, all neatly boxed, at about their actual cost. On sale only tomorrow. Boxed Kerchiefs.......7tc Boxed Kerchiefs.......95c Boxed Boxed Kerchiefs 25c, 35c Kerchiefi .15c A one day oale of dainty em- broidered worth up to tech, while they lait....16c Half Price on Ttese Articles H.25 Jewel Boxes ;for....65c 51.00 Jewel Boxes for----50c J1.25 Boxed Aprons .....76c !Sa String Scads .......20c >5c Pin Sets ............16c Brooches......15c Satin Roses----... .50c Me Beaded Purses-----'. .30c Men's Gifts at Almost Half .Price 81.00 Boxed Neckties fcr. .65c J1.25 Silk Suipcnders ...75o (1.00. Braces etc. ..65c (1.25 Sell, Braces etc. ...95c S1.50, Mufflers for M.25.S1.00 Mufflers for..75c t-2.25 Military Brushes. 75c Silk for ...50c The Sale of Ladies' Coats at One-Third Off Ends Tomorrow Our stock of Ladies' Coats, while not so" large as usual, still con- tains many high grade, stylish coats. Amongst them we have many model coats of Plush, Velvet and and without capes. "These will all be on sale at one price from: to One-third Off All Furs Thursday Your unrestricted choice of any Fur Piece or, Fur Set in the store tomorrow at one third off the regular selling- .prices; RYLANDS CO. The Busy Store CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The Ladies' Store Acadia Blk Dressmaking At very moderate prlcei. to to to Chlldren'i at very small rates. New Year's Clean-up Sale Of all Furs and Ready-to-Wear. final clearance of these new logins tojnomny. morning and con- (inues for the ten days. It's the fixed and determined policy, of this Btore to sell all goods during the season.for which they were bought in order to keep stocks freah and clean, and on account of thc unusual con- clitions -prevailing this season, final clearance prices have marked far and away'.below what like qualities hsve cvwVbeer, offered at before, but stocks must no matter how low the price, you can be sure of highest quality. Coat Worth up to All tills' season's newest styles; light, medium ami dark colors. Coat Sale Y.'crth up to Choice of the finest and best garments in Uijj slorel all included without reserve. AFTERNOON AND EVEN- ING CLOAKS Worth up to Finest Broadcloths cate. also, Velvet Cloaks beautifully ap- pliqued. F URS AT 1-3 off Pointed Foi ?90.00 Isabella Fox ?G7.f.O Grey Wolf Nutria Beaver ?oO.OO Electric -Sesl Ssf...... 537.00 S30.CO Black Coney Set'. 527.50 Black Wolf 580.00 Black ppnoEifum Grey Set... Imitation Seal Sot... Imitation MolesMn.Set. S1200 Imitation Lamb Imitation Lamb Set. .56.70 Suit Sale 513.75 Worth up to Fine Serges, .Cheviots and medium and dark mixtures in newest styles. Suit Sale Worth up to This lot includes all our best grade garments at a re- markably low. price. DresgrSale Half Price to values. SUks.-' etc. in ii good variety, of styles colors, all going'at Half Price In addition to the above scores of final clearance prices i Golfers, Shawls, Waists, Underskirts, Toques, Ops, etc. Clearance of Toyland TOMORROW As has been our'custom in the past, .we are clearing out the balance of our .-polls and Toys for New Years. Probably some of you hove one or two more children to remember. This is your opportunity. The prices are.away below reguiar. Read! Undressed Dolls 1 ONLY INCH 'UNDRESSED Regular price -ti5c lor........................ 5 ONLY 16'INCH UNDRESSED Regular iirice 51.25 for 4 ONLY 18, INCH UNDRESSED Regular e Ior...............''...... Lovely Dressed Dolls 3 ONLY 12 INCH DRESSED gulor price for 40c 70c 95c 25c 40c 85c 6 ONLY 14 INCH DRESSED Regular price 75c for 16 ONLY 18 INCH DRESSED Regular price for r Toys! Books! Animals! Just a Blocks. Books, Electric Toys, Stuffed Animals, Toy Stoves and Card Games left, aii clearing at about HALF PRICE. while he expounded on the Great War. I esting lecture well delivered, and was Rev G II Cohhledick acted as well woith the hearty vote of thanks chairman'during the-evening and CK- tendered by the Rev D Ross and pressed himself in fitting remarks on recondcd by b. X. Higmhotham and Ottana, Dec 29 for the reaiment 01 the Canadian His situation in general. The first part of thc programVconsisted of mu- sical numbers by Mr. E. Cr. Hazell, Mr G. Kiiner and Fte. Mclndoo 01 tlie battery. All of tie songs were 01 Kev. A. H. Dcnoon. the regiment 01 the -mm en- wntmgeat to He mobilized will start m lno Consenatorv _i prn rnceiveu IjV ir i____. crjn tlie ti'1 ul "ut su.ifco ---_ a patriotic nature and loud aw'.aass i is dead, to the splendid singing was...givcn. The chairman then; calied on Mr. Mitiord, The speaker first "dealt with the causes of thc war, rind spent consid- erable time expounding the facts that the small cf Senia and Belgium weie not to Le extinguished bj the greater povura of Europe lie wab a nation which had fought for her liberty Francis Birdsall, one of the lead- ing .residents of East Peterboro, Ont, catherea in Weslei centuries, and was mre hear W D litical mdEpendence, and htit Tr' as about contingent to he "i mocrire evemni; in the _____ at once Instructions were recerteab} u-ca sen, Arthjr, Lieut-Co! L Smith, commands ]usi complel-d a successful 3uO people iLmmmfto the tom CalSM! 11.H last evening to hear W 13 w "no Hommmg to i the Great War Mr Mitfoid Belg'10l, jftecfgl in 'Jlis B V Hitchie ot has been in England twice this year, tlie samc wa) t and so the great wal vci lus recened the icaibunng news llaung spent some fne months ar- commenced t e nF llnr hmtllftr. _! WflV frl Rat, BritalD WCI1IJ IO ft ears a teacher in the schools of Sim- coe, Ont, is dead llajor Wm Faulds, 4ylmer, Ont, is 'dead. BRONCHIAL COUGHS When the bronchial tubes arejif- fected with that weakening, tickling cough, they need immediate and sen- sible treatment The breath seems t lam n< The mwiiage occuued on D-c 11, Uaired Statss-and Mr E W tfotan e to ather a wiiage occuue on aire last SI Ci Brian's church, ot Mr He -nas theretore able to gather Walter Oborne- to Miss Minnie C of '.niqrmation that tew peo- of DorcliSter, England, Canada have had up to now t i -to K Gundty, oi uorcnpsiei, "7 Mit- the different scenes in England Cancn AIcMillen oThcmtmj TUe cou- It is three years now since MI c and e ..11 ih Lethbridge hich the ntah are t ancn ple ..11 ih Lethbridge privileges that the griatcr nations have and retain then place in Jlie The speaker closed with relating the different scenes _ in whui ma 4 T toaS and -hich the Bntah are taUng Clubs and Societies On the e ,t was vcry PREMIER VIVIAN! Ot France who stirred tlie Chamber of Deputies by bis nar siwech. resaiming the session In your head jin, with every cough. at 3 dll m the ladies' pir- Your chest aches ana the tnnapimi- jor studv wi'l be under the lead- s There will aV- tion often spreads to the lungs. lenhip o! Mrs Daniels There will aV- The food tonic that I'M "proven its' so be special mus.c and all ladus are worth'for forty yearns Scott's Emul- Cordialh mviftd sion It drives out- the cqW, which is the root of -the trouble, and checks choir members are reminded j is me iuui u" that practice jfill he held this evening the cougn' by aiding the healing 'instead of Fritiav. enfeebled membranes., i..- mtmber that Scott's EmuJsH... -_ strength whils rclieMng the trouble. 14H1 Scott drue HOW THE ALLIES ARE DUG IN FOR THE WINTER :rs and Maids of Eng- after the whist Foronto, Dec. 38 the municipal nominations which were held through- out Ontario tho roliovvm? were elect- ed majors hi accUmat on Midland-H J Craig Chatham-H K Wanlcss W Lipnert Mattavv L uamothcr M Ilenn Trout Greet-1 H VeJdlar Kent A Moore -H. Spence D Sutherland C Smith 1 Snetrmger E Buchanan Dundas-W H. C. Fishei J Armstrong I M Patterson Carleton Smythc Jwnieson Ament Aylmer-F. L Wagner New Year's atthe THE PLACE TO AFTERNOON PROGRAM Gymnasium Demonstration. Taber Girls vs. Knox Girls. TabcrBoys vs. Knox Boys. EVENING PROGRAM 7.30-Senior Gymnasiuni Demonstration. Concert: Excelsior Male Voice Choir. Piano Solo. Violin Solo. Vocal Solo's. II is understood that F R Lalor, M P lor [JaHiinand, 11, to one o! the vacant Ontario Mnatorshlps 0. K Fraser, a prominent villc and a brother o" the late Hon C F Fraser, is dead. of the '4eail, C MATCH-10.M A.M.: HCKALO V8. OLUt. You arc Cordially Invited J ;