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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE pAILY HERALD Wednesday,: February 12,1913 T/iese lines will be cleared regardless of cost to make room for our Sprin&Mer* chandise arriving Daily. This Sale is just merely the aftermath of ourWmf January Selling, Come and investigate, it won't cost anything, there may be something you heed. Thursday 9 a.m. We Have Gone Cleaning for Remnants- This is the Harvest CRETONNE AND CURTAIN MATERIALS-Good-lengths, all at lowest prices. PRETTY DRESS TRIMMINGS-All-overs and 'Crystal trimmings, braids and bands, colors and Black: Just enough trimmings in each remnant perhaps, for. that afternoon .or evening frock, your Spring, or children's dresses. TABLE LINEN-Also towelings an* odd dozens and naif-dozens of Napkins; some soiled, to**be sure, but the littleness of the price covers that. .. . *, \ FLANNELS AND FLANNELETTES--Lengths sufficient for petticoats, waists, pyjamas and kimonas. Women's Shoes-Odd Lines SILKS-Waist and dress lengths of many good and fashionable kinds of silk in desirable colorings; plain and fancy weaves. COTTON DRESS GOODS-Many kinds of cottons in lengths for women and children's waists and dresses. SWISS EMBROIDERY-Various lengths, edgings, insertions, and corset cover embroideries. GLOVES-A miscellaneous collection of gloves, usual value values around $1.25; clearing price 75 cents. In the-lot are shoes of fine patent coltskin, and glazed kid skin; in button lace  and buckel stjiles; with spring or half heels; soles that will give the best of service; stand hard usage. Regular $3.50 $4.50; Clear- ing at.......� -rill-:  S SALE of Unusual Importance Bargain Sale of Big Savings LADIES' SHOES LADIES' HIGH TOPS, patent button Shoe, Regular price $5.00; Clearing |JC per pair ....____ ....... . &OmW LADIES' PATENT BUTTON, Cloth Top-Regular $5.25; Clearing Price AC per pair.................. ^d'^SI LADIES' PATENT BUTTON-Dull tops-Regular $4.50; Clearing Price ?JO Efl per pair ... ................ ,#��3U LADIES' RUSSIA CALF BUTTON- Regular ?4.50; Clearing Price (4 Eft Per pair......... ..... *^�^U LADIES'> RUSSIA CALF BUTTON- - Regular $4.50; Clearing price flJO ��UU LADIES' PAT. BLUCHER, Vici Tops;-Regular $3.75; Clearing Price QC Per pair;.: ........ ^CmQQ LADIES' PATENT CLOTH TOPS- Regular $4.00; Clearing Price �C Per pair ..W�c%> MEN'S STORM BLUCHERS-Vlscollzod. sole; Regular $6.50; Clearing price---- Per pair MEN'S ELK HIDE BLUCHERS, . �A QA Regular $5.00; Clearing Price 4rVa9U W REHEARSAL OF j * THE COUNTRY GIRL f'-\ SEVERAL NEW MEMBERS ADMIT- JED AND WORK IS BEING (TACKLED WITH VIM  "Tlie first rehearsal at the "Country the Lethbridge Operatic & jtpraiaatic 'Society took, place last ev-the Majestic Theatre. Sev-me^rnbers were .admitted to: ieliy^nd^t is |houeht ; ** bJs5Jllong before the required he replied with a few well chosen words. Next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock sharp, a rehearsal will be held in the Conservatory of ?>vusic, and it is particularly requested that all members and prospective members be on hand a few minutes before eight in ordet. to ^commence sharp on time. E IT /singers-will be on hand. n&iAhat tif was the first re-"-""'^sfras- a Urge attendance iusiaS'tn,. shown bespeaks a I 3j^j^ty'tot the use, of | (l^repsa^sals, to which DISORDERLY SCENES AT OSAKI, /JAPAN, ARISING FROM POL-..ITICAL TURBULENCE * Osaki, Japan, Feb. 12.-There was Violent rioting in the streets here all flight. On,several occasions the police charged the mob with drawn sabres. A. .hundred "persons were injured. The1 "primary cause of the outbreak was the breaking up ol -two - ' mass meetings by the police. The gatherings were attended bV large holiday crowds cslebrating the anniversary ol the Japanese constitution. The crowds, greatly incensed at the action of the authorities, proceeded to demolish'the offices of the bureaucratic newspapers. Later they paraded the streets, attacking and destroying the residences of several bureaucratic members of the diet. All the police reserves were called out. The crowds offered a fierce resistance. The riotiiig continued until after daybreak. � '\ FROM 2-15 The funeral of - Miss Aintlla Llnd � as held at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Ole Llnd, Friday, Feb. -7. Rov. Ortb of Warner ofifcJatJjig. After a brief service friends and relatives followed the remains to Warner where another scrvicp was conducted. The remains were then laid to, vest in the Warner cemetery west of town. The deceased bad been in noor health for a long time but In spite of bodily inflr/mlty preserved a bright and amiable disposition'. Her death; which occurred Monday, Feb. 3, w&& sudden and unexpected. The1 relatives have the sincere sympathy of their many friends is their sad bereavement. 1 Frank MacMahon and Ralph Snapp were here from their homesteads in Montana last week.' Stelghing has been .good here .for some time, the .only trouble being that the snow varies In depth. . :. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sharp arc the parents cf a new boy. � Frank Elbert was�� visltisg w.Jth his brother Henry and family on Sunday. Mr. Elbert h3S been visiting in, Minnesota for some time and wlll'l now take charge of the store which, he purchased from Coai;s and Jochani betore he departed for the west. FOUND DEAD IN BATHROOM � Woodstock, Ont., Feb. 12-Ex-aider-man Geo. Phillips was found dead in, the bathroom this morning from heart; disease, �> , , SMALL FIRE HAD ; FIRE ENGINE COLLIDED WITH TORONTO STREET CAR - TRAFFIC TIED Uf, Toronto, Feb. 11.-A comparatively insignificant fire at the.foot of John street this evening, was the cause ol a collision in which one of Toronto's finest fire engines and a street car were; badly damaged, and three per-,sons'we're injured. It tied'up twenty-five trains on two transcontinental railways for nearly three hours, lncon-fvenlenplngr ten, thousand people at"thz Union ^station.;' Westboundistreet car traffic fen King street 'Was Interfered with for two hours. |V .John street bridge and an' oil House ;in close proximity .to-It In .tlj,e Grand Trurilt' yards",' wore'thre'itened' with- dt-' strtictlon by the fire .which destroyed' the local supply station of the Pullman Car Co., a store room for passenger car repairs, and an electric �plant, which was ^use'd for charging storage batteries: on dining cars of the; G. T. R. ' RELICT OF LATE J. P. COLLINS i London, Feb. 12.-Julian, widow of trie late John Phillip Collins, former Colonial Secretary* of-Prince. Edward Island/is'dead at Ry'de, Isle of Wight, aged 98. WINNIPEG HOTEL SCORCHED Winnipeg, Fob. 1L-With -.b&My tlmo to jump Into the nearest ciqthes thiey could snatch, and make � their way to the ground, thirty-five guests and about twenty hotel servants made their escape from the Sutherland hotel^ on the corner, of Main and Sutherland, last night;.),when fire >,caugh.t hold in thebas'erapm. �<; An investigation made after t'ie smoke' had cleared away showed that the' basement, 'the billiard room, and the stairway leading to,the,,first,Hocr. had' been badly ''sc'oVche'd.' It could: not be ascertarae'&wtth any degree oE certainty to wlisit//extent the billiard tables had been d&maged. The upper floors were not damaged to any great extent, except by water, and it was estimated the damage would not exceed $20,000. ORRINE FOR DRINK - TRY IT' AT OUR EXPENSE "We are-in 'earnest when we ask you to give ORRINE a trial. You have nothing to rjsk and everything to gain, forjlyour: money r.will be returned If after a tr^al you fail to ~ get results fy-araf ORRINE- This offer gives the wtyes and mothers-of those' who drink to excess an opportunity to -try 'the ORRINE treatment. It Is a very sim-plo treatment, can be given" in the home without publicity or loss of time from business, and at a small price. ORRI.VE is prepared in two forms; No!1, secret. treatnVSnt, a:powder; jOE-RINE No.'2,; In �ilil form,'for'those who desire to', take' voluntary treatment. Costs only.'$1.00 a box.. Come In and talk-over1 the'matter .with us. Ask for booklet". , Red jQrosg'Drjjg Slorb, Ltd,1, 'Acadia Block, '  , 73 ;