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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. January 10, 1013 We Carry the only full and complete stock of Victrolas and ictors the city, together with 3000 Records THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD m JANUARY OUT TO-DAY 10-INCH DOUBLE-SIDED RECORDS ARE 90c FOR THE TWO SELECTION! A few of the New Doable-Sided Records of #5Voic Unusual Merit. Visit our Victor Parlors Today [Smpson and Delilah i the European , powers this afternoon to discuss the ! Balkan situation concluded without . any definite results. The diplomats discussed tlie deadlock of the peace | meeting of the 5 j planned u, report .CARUSO sings a number in his magnificent style. 68346 Ballo in Maschera Enrico Caruso .Free demonstrations at any oi " His Master's Voice " dealers everywhere. Ask lor a Free copy of our 300 page Musical Encyclopedia, listing over 5000 Records. to BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE COMPANY, Limited, MONTREAL. �v. Fifth St 6 MONGOLIANS THANKFUL FOR THEIR INDEPENDENCE ambassadors, who a decision concern-in jj; the collective attitude of Europe, j Uechad Pasha, leader of the Turk-j isli peace delegation, today reiterated ! the dci j � A, """only are the city people taking advantage of this liberal offer, but our patrons and-friends from the country are securing their share of the coupons. In fact-the results so far are beyond our expectations. Have you secured your coupon yet > If not do so now while you have a better selection of sale goods to choose from. Silk Remnants A'tumble of prices ... in our. Silk Department. Tub Silks for spring and. summer wear. Silk for evening wear all.clearing at remarkably low prices; some at half. 50c Yard TUB SILKS; many shades, with design of self color. 9Ctf� Per yard ..____........____...,. 6w.� $1.00 Yard NATURAL PONGEES with -Persian patterns; yard ____..... 65c yard TAMALINES, stripes and plain colors; yard ................ 25c Yard CHINA SILKS Per yard ........................ $1.35 Yard SATIN DE CHENE Per yard _______,................. 35c 1Sp la: Dress,.'Goods :R� High-grade Dress Enbriqs, Serges, Cashmeres Panamas, Tweeds, Worsteds, and Fancy Weaves, all must be cleared. 20c. BROWN CASHMERE - Per yard ......'..'.----J.'.V.." 50c TWEED and STRIPED CHEVIOTS  Per yard .;'..... 65c BLACK OR NAVY SERGES Per yard .......................... $1.50 TWEEDS '(in skirt' lengths) Per yard ...................... 65c BLACK VENETIAN CLOTH Per Yard......................� S2.0Q ENGLISH SERGE, Black 0r na'vy; per yard................ Laces and Fancy Trimmings French and German Bats, Irish Laces, Torchons and French Clim.y's New Crystal Trimmings, Silk Hall  Fringes, Crystal Ornaments ALL CLEARING AT 20% OFF USUAL PRICES domestic Hosiery and: Underwear 'Specials.. Winter Hosiery and Underwear, mostly of English manufacture. All wool Cashmere Hose, of first quality 12J/2C Striped Flannelettes Per yard................ 50c Bleached Table Covers-' Regular 61.25; @g� Sale price.......... " 15c Checked Linen Towelling; yard ..... 15c Roller Towelling Linen; yard......... 55c Bleached Sheeting 82 inch; yard ....... $1.25 Bleached Table Linen; yard ...... 65c Curtain Nets; lace edge ............ 25c Citrtain Muslins yard ................ BOYS' BLACK RIBBED SEAMLESS CASHMERE HOSE Double knee; regular 45c. Sale price ........I......; , GIRLS' BLACK RIBBED HOSE; seamless; regular 45c Sale price, per pair.................................... WOMEN'S RIBBED CASHMERE HOSE; all wool cashmere and fast black. Regular 40 cents per pair. Sale price, per pair.................................... WOMEN'S BLACK CASHMERE HOSE; regular 35 cents. Sale Price, per pair ...........................____ WOMEN'S WHITE RIBBED WOOL UNDERWEAR-rRegular $1.00; Sale price, per suit..................____............ '1c �av MEN'S RIBBED UNDERWEAR, "STANFI ELDS"-Regular $4.00; Sale jrice..................................: MEN'S UNDERWEAR, "WOLSEY"; Regular $6.00 Sale price............................................ MEN' FLEECE Sale price .. LINED 'UN DE R WE AR-Regular $1.20 MEN'S RIBBED WOOL HOSE-All wool heavy hose; regular 6fic. Sale price ................ ribbed half 31 MEN'S RIBBED CASHMERE HALF-HOSE; shades; Regular US cents. Sale ^vice .. shot effects; all 31 � $i.'5ffPiaid Rugs ; Of heavy Flannelette, suitable for couch covers, dresskig_ rojjesj green, navy or brown plaids. Clearing at " �**� each .....................................;.......... ran s vvearaoies. BABY'S KNIT J ACKETS-^-Different sizes in this useful little garment, in, dark or, light shades, , Regular 85c. Slflg ; Sale price .:....................... CHILDREN'S BEARSKIN HOODS and strings; white or brown. Sale price .................... -Attractive Bonnets, with silk bows Regular 50c ' The gift of this fur coat does not detract any from the special values we are offering during this sale/but is given in order to increase the interest of the buying public Don't Forget to Secure a (Coupon You May Be The "One" >T GO! Extra Specials to Clear MEN'S FETLT-LINED, RUBBER SOLED SHOES-Regular prices ?5 'and $5.50. �. '.$^'�I0 Now .......... t$i&a MEN'S ALL FELT; SHOES-Regular jSw^-2?:.......$1.70: MEN'S FELT SHOES-Leather foxed Regular price $3.25; Now................. MEN'S ALL FELT GAITER- $1.80 MEN'S LIGHT FELT-Chrome iuxe-d. Regular price $3.25; Now......... ......... MEN'S STORM RUBBERS- Price ..... MEN'S CLOTH TOP RUBBERS- Regular pries $1.50 Now ,.............:.. MEN'S 'l-BUCKLE OVERSHOES ......;........ MEN'S 2-BUCKLE OVERSHOES............. MEN'S 3-BUCKLE OVERSHOES.............. LADIES' 2-BUCKLE d P?S? OVERSHOES-........ W 8 vd'iZ LADIES' 2-BUCKLE OVERSHOE*- Best quality C ^ . Per pair ;............. 9 i �OS> MEN'S LIGHT FELT, with-."leather sole; Regular price $2. " ~ ~ Now ..,................. LADIES' 3-BUCKLE OVERSHOES LADIES' CLOTH TOP RUBBERS.........:. LADIES' ALL-FELT SHOES............. LADIES' FELT SHOES, foxed with rubber heel LADIES' FELT SHOES,. foxed with leather sole, MISSES' 2-3UCKLE OVERSHOES ......... CHILDREN'S 2-BUCKLE . OVERSHOES ......... MISSES' CLOTH TOP RUBBERS............ ALL OTHER. FELT AND .RUBBER GOODS EQUALLY REDUCED $1,80; 12M 1.1S CIVIL SEMIS I DEPUTATION WAITS ON MANITOBA PREMIER ASKING FOR PENSION LEGISLATION Winnipeg, Man., .Jan. 10.-A deputation representing' Manitoba civil servants, waited on Sir Redmond Roblin today and asked that the civil service pension bill be included in the government's legislative-'prograra'-. The premier gave a sympathetic reply, but indicated that, before a pension bill could be possible, civil service examinations establishing . more .rigid qualifications than those now in practice would be necessary. This involved a reorganization of the  provincial civil service which must take some . time .to carry out. THREE FIR Winnipeg, Man., .Jan. 10. - Harry Labawich, 57 Derby street; awakened at four o'clock this morning to find his cottage in flames, and him-scli and family in -danger of suffocation, lie aroused his was and' their child and they lought their way through the flames to the outer air. In his night attire Ladawich- ran bare I oo ted two blocks to a lire alarm box, with the thermometer fifteen below zero, and called tlie brieade. Meanwhile the neighbors looked alter the woman amd child, noth of whom were badly burned. All three arc m the hospital and it is feared that the woman will die while the baby -will probablv be scarred for life through burns on the face. Ladawick sustained a deep gash, on his back and was burned severely on the haniis. Dr. .Tessop, M.P.P., tailed to turn up to address a meeting of Orangemen, Masons and Song of England, at St. Catharines on the bilingual school issue. AN AFTERNOON ,QOW,N l\ , ,� Charming (Ktle creation *fq� ;sr&eFv, ohl - -nd evening wearJ-fifin^tf^ili^ 1 nail hat and aigrette, �^M&i g noon a with omai ;