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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fiiday, February 14,1913 THE LETHBRJP^F. DAILY HERALD Paste 9 The best reward we can offer the general public for their esteemed response to our first Sale, is a further attack on our low prices prevailing .in all our departments. We ha^e unmercifully placed the knife to all our high-grade merchandise, and determined to clear same immediately. Our loss-your benefit, so come early and get your choice,as the prices will move the goods fast. Practically Given Away 15 MEN'S WEAR  A m&n can walk into a mighty fine Over- C 1 ft fiC coat here tomorrow for.............. # I \fmVf9 We are.offering nearly every Overcoat in our Mali's,' Cjothljig. .department, three-quarter and full lengf) " in all the latest shades. Sizes 35 to 44. (4 ft C While they last................. # I M�P THE ROYAL STORE SPECIAL-A fine all woofbrowri ( or grey tweed suit. -A few worsted among thtf lotE aa well; All sizes. Sale price ft 1 4 Cfl � ; Per suit............................... 9 I IrtlW Out They "go-95 Men's Suits Ala.de from durable English Tweeds and Worsteds, in neat dark patterns of. brown, grey, olive and fawn.. All wool serge lining and a maker's reputation w|tu every one. Regular price $16*00 to $16.50 G*9 B/% To blear......................... '9 f aQ|| Men's Twepd and Worsted 8ulta-These' are from; handsome materials in neat stripes, and plain affects. �W1U positively give satisfaction, Her. $15.00 to $18.00; sale price ............ -Men'e'Fine Worsted and Tweed Suits-Made from ohoic'e imported cloths. Worth up to C 1 ft fiJS "* $18.00; - Sale price.'M:M> � U�Q*J Men's Worsted and Tweed Suits-Made from best of English cloth. Splendidly tailored, and guaranteed to hold their shape. Made to sell at $18 ^4 ��� J'jff to $20. Sale price................... 9 * 0�*tW Men's Superfine Suits-In brown worsted. Make. jnj$ trimming* too good to boast. Reg. price -$26.60.. While they last ..--------- Men's Fin* Tweed and Worsted Suits-Made in thr*e Button single breasted style, hand-felled co()W. 'A very substantial garment.: Worth $20 to $28,50. Sale price............. HERE IS A FEW OF OUR SP Don't Miss These Special Special Special Special . Ladies* White Mull Embroidered WaiBtB. Elbow sleeves, tifree-quarter and full length. Collars and low neck. '� 'There are no words to praise these values. Size 34 to 42. .Come and see thein. Regular $2.60 and $3.00. To clear $1.25-$ 1.50 Ladies' celebrated Pe.rrln Kid Gloves, in tan and natural Chamois only. . As a leader-in all sizes, 6 to TVs,- Regular price $1.50. Sale'price, per pair ..... Serge Suit . Just received, .15 only, Men's Suits, in latest shade of blue Our usual leader of guaran-: grey worsted, also a small, quau-teed Indigo Blue-Serge, which' -.tlty of fawn tweeds. Very spec-will defy competi- j� � Qft ial as an'advert. ............... 50c Celebrated Walk-Over Footwear /LADIES' AND MEN'S BOOTS-To make room fpr. our, Qpring shipments, which are due any day, we are going'to:! sacrifice fifty, pairs only -at such ; a low price. Regular $4.50 to $8.00. --'-- .' ' TO CLEAR'... i'.. $2.50 House of Quality Successors torA.,SOUTHAftD 512 Third Avenue South COLORED TIES-hi To clear at ................ A better lot of Selected Dress Ties. Regular O E � 50c values. While they last . ............. fa5JC ALL SlLK TIES-Just the thing for all occasions, neat designs and plain colored beautiful effects, Regular fiOc to 75c. While they'last ...... A Great Shirt Sale The balance of all our Cluett Shirts; pleated 'front* in neat small stripeB, and a few plain shades. Also a small lot of dress shirts with pique bosoms* Regular price $2.25 to $3.00. While they gg .Just, I2i> in this, lot, of fine quality Shirts io� Glng-hani,'-Zephyrs and a few Austrian made shirtia. Regular price $1.50 to $1.75. While they 7K#* last............. .....................4 � QC Eighteen dozen fine quality Business MonV ShirtB, with soft cuffs and detachable collars, in neat AA. stripes. Regular $1.50. While they last.......vUC Eight dozen Flannel and Fine Cotton Toji Shirts, in sizes 16 and 16% only. Collars attached. Juat the thing.for the coming season. To Clear..... ............................ 00G Socks! Socks! Socks! Everybody is always in need of these socks, and here is a chance to get two pairs for the price 4A. of one. Black Cashmere. To Clear ......... I Ow Another lot of-all wool lightweight Cashmere Hose Regularise and 40c; While they  25C These are a fine lot of Plain Colored Socks, in. ail the popular shades with fancy clocks. Reg- fljji^ ular price GOc. To Clear.................... wOb  � .1 All bur- Silk Lisle, vertical stripes, and embroidered Socks. Regular price 60c to 75c per pair. While' they last , i..'.'......................... "ffwGj Suspenders A- big,lot of.,all celebrated makers. All styles in light-and heavy suspenders. . . v SHEii To, Clear .... .............,................ C*#C- A geunine French Brace; five.dozen only. 315 As" a TieadSr ____ ......:........>....>... �96/. AU> our imported Fancy'Holiday SuBpenders. Regular-price 75c to-$1.50. While, they. . Crt* last, ........ .-.v.,. J.,.-. ........v _______:...A,:..'OUG C. P. Ri Grants a. Greatly Reduced Rate on Milch Cows .' and Heifers Mr. Halstead, general freight agent fpr the Cv P. R.-, is in the oity today, ana to the Herald announced a substantial reduction in the freigbt rate on cows and heifers from Ontario, which should do much to build up the live stock Industry.' In �� tile province. While the pppulatipn . of the province has tTeb}eJa in: the last five years, there ar^ not as many cattle in , thc; couptry today as there were fiW -JW8i This is a rather lamentable state of affairs, and the 0, R;. pf late has started a campjllgp well designed to stim- - ulate mixed farming and help the ftiymerg/roilt"along line in which tjieyune^d'he}p. Tho new rate to Lethhrldge' station on milch '.' QO.WBi an"d' heifers from Ontario - points la $100i for a car of 20,000 - p_dunds. The:Old rate1 'was $184, � so that it will be seen Uiat a very , substantial reduction lias been' made. The n,ew.'~ratc-..was-effect--ive February 15. A proportionate rate is given to! all�other-stations; > Iniorfler to benefit by this rate, T.erv.tovprqdVuceirft* o�i>tffloBt�''trOnin �the'-Dominlou ivetei'inary-lnBpecitOr' 'tfl|tif;ytng fo tl^e health^and sound-!. neg's ot; lh� ajfiiinals.. This, of ' oourse/'lBAa .wise precaution to : pr^Wot^the'province from having - a.'lot otaoyubs unloaded on it. >, 'T^B- Q; P,., R. In their new,land policy? .of./giving the settleTs a. chfcn'&sJMl'ipnhhe encouragement \0tr^-,livestock industry is doing a sr'emarkjiple. w.ork in not on-' ? ly;. enco^gln'JB mixe^d faTming," J 'b'ut: also? in; racing th'e- general ex-{'08}l*nQ^i'i0f Itfie prodnots of the 1811 aoo&:mft^e;ift'1'Kansas. Ctty> Mo.; in " -rf ''rfett-vtyuag at'$63,132,689. OUTRAGED PEOPLE ATTACK PANKHURST DE8TR0YINQ MAIti. I�- ALIENATING EVEN OONfiiPfPAtjON FOR THE' �EfieUl$H"--q|Ol;-RAQE^TES , London, Feb. Kf.^-Mis- Bminehne Panbhurst, the -rolfitgin�./:nu(lt&gette leader, and somp qjher, 'WPfWn were mobbed at, 'Croydon 'when they: arrived there for*a'tP-v^U?'l&Bt-inight, by a crowd whose mali:hia,d ^wn damaged by the sifflragrttes, Ayljipn they poured acids and' painti^to 'tho post boxes. ' , .;.'.�:....,,,;,:.,,,,.,.:*. The suffragettes were only saved from rough treatment ^yvbtiB. opportune arrival of the police. .-:'� Hostilities wore resumed a?ter tho meeting and a-/wlpdpsw-;ii)'I^rr. pank-hurst's automobile iVf�s'".fmHslieA- �The women wete.- Tonghl^' handled by the crowd, Wlia-> fpugjtt; thd police in their eudeavo^-to'.'^et-tevenfee' for damages to their mail; !- -.; P. BURN TO ERECT A BUILD Will Erected Building in Mao* leod Which Will'be a Dandy re-ylie SKAGKLETON !N E Maclcod, .rfeb. 12.-Word was ceived to the eilect that when new judges for Alberta are appointed, E. P. McNeill will bo one .of. them. This would he a popular^ ap-: pointment, as Mr. McNeill ,is t-wclW known in Alberta as a lawyer, and one o� the foremost in 'Southern Ah-bcrta. Reports that a large brick' plant with headquarters at Macledd/j has. been formed, the new compahy ^:to. take over the Macleod QuarrVmsf'aiid fup^to-iiate building ; in; pvery w.av". 1 Tlup, with the American hotel iust west of it, will add materially *|6 24,th street, from-2nd avenue, west. Saturday was a busy .day for the "rural: 'members,  who,:mel) in session and .'Selected .a seqro'tary-treasurer : in tho person of'W. A. Day. The mem-Der9".werc all present and decided.on a^-fatc of taxation per acre of 2J5Mme to this country'very sAqn\fQ" fbpj^tter the opening of offices ^{j. rotnBjV>;^.ja,erican oities. We plap to . only high grade and 'hand* madfe" cigarette's "  - - * �'   "' - 1), .'.w;Ci States, tjie prevaj{||,g yfa ^(n*. that thja prQbably.i,^^^cu|4bpM"4j>or4er hasbeaa reatorji^;'"''-^- hyf- -\ v^outiactiiig Co., and also itsim new company, composed of tlicse tw.0i Ti:ey will turn out brick ot.ailkinds' from the clav deposits, and manufac-: I ture bnck from the waste qE the 1 stone.cuttings! The quarries,arevot M very-fine grade -o!.stone and";/.'easily j.pcotja. legislature today in .fine wea-worked. : : |thor' with full state ceremonial. The ' Acting Mayor McDonnell and oofih-' speech from the throne stated that, cil fiiid'much to do theso da^sT "viu\iW^islption "wlJl t)e introduced to iin-preparation forHhe yea'r'.s %v'brk. ^n^ahCiaJlv assist and facilitate the con-Vesttgations, railroads, '. amendmentsV-8^"0*1011 of ruT1 telephones, to aid to: the town charter, 'and a'g thb\ the rural.sections to get into immc-many little thitigstihat mik#%p :^nd^^"drnte touch with; the industrial cen-. take up the time of the members of |tBrs tllat funush the markets foi the council. their produce.-Further bill.s \yill bo Visitors from the foothills tell of--inteotluced for the improved constiuc-a. great fall of snow, hut say it ."Is! -tiP.^-oE principal highways and just what they want, and 4qbs. . jBOt liv-any way - interfere �wtth~-tlf8T^t(ijCk, Several .farmers m- the�v-dls'Srlot bought sheep last fall and-, find- Mipy- their' more efficient care andmaintenance LTfie-jsoTOrnraont also. propose' to-': in- lijpdiiGR'' a- .measure providing for. the erection of a .number .of hpspitals; retire lcs7time* and feed' & flwy , aii^Ie ^ ^S^^I8^" expected. They also report thajn Pfo� fitable, as mutton-'is always' a'mar- ketable prodTOti j". During the;past week a's*urVSy-"60 Ithe lots occupied by the p'.-Burns j-Oo., has been made by 'msni Who "have autfforlty . to: pfepftro plaW-.for-'"1* building suitable .for tha busltseB'B and',. 1 in- keopihg.with the gro-wing,. depianfe Of'this company. -PlajMvwtU'.^ -5^3, pared and-.submitted for- tpaders lq$\ tho >oonstruption of a vthra.BT8toi,9y^ � building,,being.,09'feet on Softdntl.ay-j ,e�ue, and:66 feet on.>24th'st^, li|.y# ing .stores .on. the ground fl^or, fini/ eft-'erases of tuberfculosis, for tho ap-ptffptraent of a trained medical ex-arplnor to vis>t the various, counties,' *a!p,d'4q^v a . system of, county clinics and .nursos .to, further, the flght -�!he fi,i*Jase.:, ,. ' '� *ttr*yr*------ . ,','.'. -. '; /  '^RS. TOD SLOAN - :.,  �. . SECURES DIVORCE Sfc5^�W .Y,ork, Feb. 13.4-Because'iTod floap, the former premieiv'jookey, for-i^>'jter on. their wedding -nighty, andj ^H'^ipce displayed grpat fondness for^ il'ta^bje water," , Julia- Sanderson, ^hisi ^Ipeps wife, today,: hasV^v;>eferee.,8' Saturday's \ Special Numbers from our FEBRUARY DISCOUNT SALE ,r "The pride'of tlie housewife m-'lmr -'.'Hoa&e'' flirnishings"; they have a direct bearing on home comfort 'and*.on her ability as a � manager. Shrewd women plan �to; renew these necessaries wlien prices are lowest. "Prices %are~ always low here, 'but during .the J?cbr.uary .Sale, �we've,moved-, them down a. few fetches', 'bo *t]iere's no question ::abduV the ..advantage ,you. gain by Buying-here-and now,  Pbtticres You'lt marvel at the range of beauty. You'll wonder at the "low prices'. ' Only 100 pair left. Regular  values $8.00 to $0.00 ; pair, i��" Sale 1. Price $5 pair Blankets All wool, pure white;, coa,y, warm blankets. � '.Regular are offering a Discount 6f4 20% oft all' marked prlla^s In v: everything in furniture, carpets'>; draperies, etc. , , t a.;- If you are shrewd j " .comfortably, tastefully; re&son- ? ably.  � � �.�,�." Cmiortm ; 50 only, sateen oomforters, - splendid range of colors and" de-' signs. Regular- value's ' $4,00, $5.00, and $6.00 each. v_. � Sale (J�o 1. Price each \ pfflces,, with-a. large hall ,on-';the seoc"The ,ooupterwere, ttad nkiri thud Uom*. and �r^7Hvf-jSSeii�Afaf|'ed herein 1907 Dressers Well" nittde. substantial, sur--face'Oak-vBressers, 25 only, Regular .values $14.00.and $15.00 . � . I. ...... ..'..:..��-.. , � Sale 0*1 A Price �pl" ?Q f The discount:, Pictite On SaturQaywe'^l}I^a.V& ,a splendid offering 'fa btptjiills,  gilt and oak framps,' *^e^, Hjji' iBhedji all popular'* and; ^weTf-known subjects. .Regute^ $2100 and $2.50 -values.';'.'-/ Sideboard I Atiopportunity t^o iave'^mo/ey (,on 4;o0d surface oak isidlboaVds^ 'Regular ^SlS.OO and Va*^ 1 Phone 173S mm discount f ' Dominion Blbc^rM&'f&tik' t:4 mm pi .V -  '*4^ 1645 36 ;