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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, .January 10, THE LETII BRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 ,00 O WAN TED $5,000 MEN WEAR WE'RE GOING TO RAISE $5000.00 in 15 DAYS. Fact is we've got to do it or go to the wall, and to accomplish this at a time when Dollars are like hen's teeth. We shall stop at nothing, and will sell every Overcoat, Suit, every article of Men's Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises, and everything else a man needs to wear, regardless of cost or value. This is a REAL SALE of new and seasonable goods, and it would be a shame to miss it. Do your buying early, as tomorrow will be a busy day. A Bristling Array of Snapping, Sizzling, Red-Hot Bargains ! Overcoats and Ulsters , This list of Bargains comprises Overcoats of every style. Heavy Tweed Tlsters in 20 different patterns in Scotch, English {iiid Irish Fabrics; Chesterfields, in black Cheviot with velvet collars and many other sty-les, and they are a genuine bargain.. REGULAR PRICE .?).">.00 f>(% QC FORCED OUT AT......... 3�%P�WW REGULAR PRICK $18.00 flJC QR Forced Out at................... CORDUROY SHEEP-LINED COATS- REGULAR PRICE $12.00 QC Forced Out at...................9  BROWN AND BLACK MACKINAW COATS- REGULAR PRICE $8.00 ffJT QC Forced Out at................... *P%J.93 REGULAR PRICE $(i.5o f>M /C Forced Out at...................^HbHU MACKINAW PANTS- REGULAR PRICE $4.00 OJ? Forced Out at...................3>ft?.CO BEDFORD CORD PANTS- REGULAR PRICE $4.00 OR Forced Out at................... Forced Out at...... .............91 REGULAR PRICE $2.00; QC !-or..ea Out at........... ......9 I iv9 REGULAR PRICE $2.50; , McMaster and Cameron; Ward 7, Woodside and McBeath; Ward 8, Trimble and Rogers; Park Commissioners, Owen and Endacott; license commissioners, Patterson and Pyke; Alderman T. S. Baxter was elected Mayor of Vancouver, on January 2 by acclamation. e Good Liquor Rightly Used is Food and Medicine WE MAKE A POINT OF SELLING NOTHING BUT WHAT (S ABSOLUTELY PURE THEREBY MAKING THIS A SAFE STORE, .TO SHOP IN.- , vf* TELEPHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO- L?ihbridge Wine and Spirit House PHONE 1734 : BEGIN BLOCK j "Men Who Dare" at Starland Today The feature attraction at the pop-i ular Starland today and tomorrow will I be the splendid two-reel presentation "Men Who Dare." one of the most interesting offerings seen in this city for some time. It is a departure from the average photo-play of the pre seni day. and the story is told with a wealth of detail and expression, amid scenes that exactly fit the action. Daaling with the question of the era-I ployment of convict labor, it devel-I ops into a well constructed, dramatic story of temptation, fall and redemption. It abounds in exciting situations all leading up to a capital climax. On the whole, it is a production well worth seeing, and will constitute an admirable week-end offering at Star-land, in conjunction with the other fine subjects on the same programme. On Monday next, the spirited and sensational military feature, "The .Law of the West'' will be shown. � � � Fun at the Morris There will be seen for one day, Saturday, January 11, at the Morris Theatre, Coo. H. Adams, the famous English clown, and his original compandor English pautom'imists in "Humpty Dumpty," three reels of exceptionally clear moving pictures. The pictures are without a doubt the biggest riot of fun and fantastic pleasures that have been shewn for seme time. They start with the birth of Humpty Dumpty from an egg, and show his numerous laughable experiences, as be stumbles through life, depicting, as in the play, the evil spirit that follows him around continually, until finally the good fairy comes to ids rescue and banishes the evil one. Humpty's impossible, but funny experiences, the funny mule that walks the tight rope, and the gTand finale, where he is crowned king of mirth, mark the features. Take it all in all "Humpty Dumpty" is a very pleatsJMg medium of entertainment. It brings you back to childhood d*v.ys. The rest of the programme is fitting and well balanced. The same programme will be shown on Saturday fcr the usual price of 15 and 10 cents. A �pedul mu.Ur.ue will b given for children, starting at 2.30 p.m., on Sat-, urday, | * �  j Monarch' Theatre Special for Saturday | Saturday, January 11, at this popular photo-play house will certainly be a banner day. Dante's "Purgatory and Paradise," in four reels, being presented. Those who are familiar with this marvellous theme will realize the immensity of the subject. Photo-play critics know that only one film company in the world can properly play the same, the Milano Film Co., of Milan, Italy, acknowledged leaders in the art, being the producers. For this occasion the management find it necessary to charge 15 and 25 cents admission, but, taking into consideration the beauty of the subject, the slight advance in price fades into insignificance. F ON AT VULCAN NUMBER OF REPRESENTATIVE MEN IN THE- RUN FOR CIVIC HONORS ODDFELLOWS HAD SPLENDID MEETING FOLLOWED BY. LUNCH AND DANCE THIS LEADS A FARMER TO BELIEVE HE LIVES ON A^ GOLD MINE1 Edmonton, Alta., Jan. 9.-When R. \V. Meredith, a farmer at Woodland, 17 miles southwest of here, dressed clucks for the local markets yesterday he found the stomachs of scverci} birds filled with (lake gold, seven of tho pieces measuring from a sixteenth to an -eighth of an inch in diameter. As the Meredith farm is three- miles from thfe Saskatchewan river, where gold is being washed out 'of-the gravel, it. is hardly likely that the ducks picked up tHfe flakes wh'lc feeding on the stream.. However, . it is probable that the yellow metal \ was found nearby. Ernest Otto, son-j in-law of Mr. Meredith, is arranging j with two seasoned prospectors, to make test drillings on the land next spring. He is of the belief that it contains stratas of gold-bearing sands. Farmers in other parts of the district also intend making explorations.. Vulcan, Jan. T.-Mr. Misquith, of the R. N. W. if. P., left on Saturday on an extended trip abroad. Mr. Mis. ciuith is leaving the service. Rev. Melrose, of Carrnangay, held services in the hall on Friday evening. Hig many friends are glad to see him again. ' Mrs. E. J. Charters entertained on Tuesday afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Charters, sr., who is leaving shortly for her home in Manitoba. A meeting of the electors was held ! on Monday evening for the purpose of nominating- councillors for the ensuing year. The meeting was a representative, one, a large nunibev of j ratepayers being present. The following were those nominated: E. J. I Charters, A. Mitchell, \V. F. Jenhijohn, I C. Terwilliger, E. M. Anderson. F. A. ! Eaves and E. M. Clark. ': Mr. J. A. Lindsay, owing to his coti-i tiuued ill-Uealth, left on Tuesday to j consult a specialist in Calgary, j Sergt.. Waters, of Olaresholm, lias � been in Vulcan for a few days 'during I the past week, arranging for the re-,lief of Police Constable Misquith, and introducing Mr. ShervJlle into tho Work of the force here. The masquerade ball on Tuesday evening was largely attended. A number of decidedly unique and pretty costumes were an interesting feature of the evening's gaiety. Andrew Jacobsou is seriously ill with pneumonia. BRIBED TO REMAIN NON-UNION Adam Fisher will be tried at Priucs I Albert, Sask., on a manslaughter j charge, arising from the shooting of j Wni. Porter. Calgary, Jan. 9.-Superintendent McCauley, of tae municipal railway, aunouutied today a raise in the compensation of the employees of the street railway, effective April 1. The raise will be from 8-15 to 38 cents per hour, and is made on the promise that they 'will not form a union. There are 225 men employed on the railway and the increase amounts to about ?iih per capita per year. Bow Island, Jan. 9.-A very pleasant evening was spent at the public installation of officers of Bow Island Lodge, No. SO, I.O.O.F., held in the hall last night. The beautiful and impressive ceremony of installation was conducted by D.D.CM. B-ro. S. G. Jamiesou, assisted by Bros. P. G. Parker and P. G; Christopherscn, of Winnifred. The following officers were installed: Jr. P.G., A. F. Dulmage; X.G., J. W. Reid; V.G., B. L. Jamiesou; R.S., R. E. Reid; F.S., R. S. Beattie; treas., W. P. Cotton: War., E. E. Willmot; Con., E. G. Allen: Chap., II. W. Hopkins; R.'S.N.G.. P. Brophy; L.S.N.G. T. R. Saturn; Si. S. V. .0., .A. Ellsworth: L;S.V.G, G. R. Howden; R.S.S., 1. D. James; L.S.S., F. Boattie; I.G., F. II. Willmot; O.G., A. Carlson. When the installation was finished a short programme was given, after which a well-prepared lunch was served. When the inner man had been satisfied, the floor was cleared, and the Oddfellowb and their guests tripped the light, fantastic until the "wee sma' 'oors." , Altogether.the affair was a great credit to those who were in charge of the arrangements. Dr. Paterson lias arrived home from a short visit to his home in BaBtern Ontario. T. W. Dyer is advertising a special sale, with prices.that have. a. little the best of the mail order houses. E. H. Wilruot is a. visitor in the Hat. ' We are asked to notify all members of the band that a specially, important meeting will be held on Tuesday 'e*S ening next, lu the-usual place. ' Today A CAPITAL TWO-REEL FEATURE Men Who IN THE POLICE CELLS Edmonton, Jan. 9.-While the police officer, with wh'6m�he',..wa'B working around the central station tpnight, turned his back for a-.moment, William Douglas, serving' a short term for drunkenness, secured a can filled with wood aloohol ju the motor WILL BE SHOWN IN CONJUNCTION WITH 3OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS O Miss Williams "The Singing Doll" -Will Sing- " Where the River Shannon Flows" Monday Next ' The Great 3-Reel Feature The Law of the West ambulance, and drank, the. oontentsl.-He died a Bhort time later in tcn*l-blo agony. , 88 ;