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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE XETHBRIDGE DAlLi UJK-ALiD Friday, Januiiry 24. 1913 To-morrow is tiie Last Day--"Here's The Final List Of RUMMAGE SAl^E BARGAINS. Never Before, Never Again, Will You Haye a Chance to Share in Such Wonderful Reductions One-day of fast, furious selling and the Big Rummage Sale will be over. The Last Call goes out to those who wish to partake in the last minute, cut-below-cost prices. So determined are we to clear the balance of all winter lines left that the reductions for Saturday will fairly astound you. Shop in the morning if possible, the afternoon and evening crowds make it harder for both of us Come expecting the biggest bargains yet, and we'll not disappoint you Saturday Is The Last Day For The Coupons-Hurry! Ffefte, Nightgowns worth up'to $2.50 for $U5 About two dozen Ladies' White Ftauttetette Night Gowns, some with low'a'ecka, some mceiy embroidered; values upjto $2.fH>. A real live wire Baby Jackets worth up to.$l now 50c N Ai .determined effort Ho clear up, ewy.\Bfcby Jacket,in the store in one. day. Erery kind in the lot, with Yaiue&ias high as 1.00. ' Your last chan-eetfc Satardajv Your Last Chance to Buy Dress Goods at Wholesale Prices The last and best offering in dress goods will be for the final day. .lust imagine bringing high class novelty dress goods, also a range of plain staple serges, Venetians .-at practically HALF the former prices. There is a , range of colorings that wiii please the most fastidious and the quality is all that could l?e desired. Buy your new Spring Dress now. Remember the values range up to $2.50. On sale Saturday only. White Bed Quilts are down to 25c About' a dozen three-quarter white bed quilts that sold regularly for ?J.25 and $1.40, will be on sale tomorrow-only at this very low price. Only one to a customer. Cotton Towels on Sale at 18c pair Towels at 'this price ought to go in an hour's selling. They are cotton honey-comb, with red border. The quantity is limited. They'll go quickly. 14 Furs*worth up to $20 all at one price Here's yonr chance to buy furs, better than-any auction sale. Our proposition is to take every small piece of fur we have in stock ad group them into one BIG RUMMAGE SALE SPECIAL. We know we will lose money on the deal, but our policy is to clean out all 1913 goods in season. Included In the lot are muffs, stoles, collars, in every -imaginable-fur, -values, up to .$20. Saturday only Children's Ribbed Hose About.- 10 dozen Children's Black Ribbed Worsted, Hose, also a line of Children's Tan Ribbed Cashmere, values up to 50c in the lot. Not every size, but- a dandy bargain at 20c Baby Bonnets Reduced Baby Bonnets should go at 35c, especially when you get Velvet, Silk and other kinds priced-as high as $1.75. A clean up price, good only on Saturday. 35c Factory Prices on these New Corsets LA VOGUE CORSETS-Manufactured by the foremost manufacturer of high grade corsets in Canada . An over-make of a corset that should retail at %X. All sizes 18 to 26. Clearing on Saturday at....................... 75c LA VOGUE CORSETS - Another model with long hips and low bust.' 'A splendid . fitting corset that is really k $1.50 value. .'.On Saturday ,any size up to 25, . "at.............. ........-____ wvv HeatherMoom Skirte An underskirt that is a .wonder at double the price, black only. AUlengths, regular $1.35 and $1.50. Saturday price 95c Dressing Gowns Saturday will be your" last chance to buy one of these $5 Velour Dressing Gowns at half price. All sizes and colors- your choice for $2.50 Wrapperettes v 10 pieces fancy wrapperettes suitable for dresses, kimonas, etc., values up to 20c. A snap for the early shopper at 9c Girls' Coats to go Half a dozen girls'. coats, in fancy tweeds. They're really worth $5.00 and $7.00, and will give splendid service. 8 to 10 year sizes only. $2.50 35c and 50c Veilings are on sale # 10c yard  :The-;last of veilings,; all shades, open .rneanes, values as high as 50c, while they last. . Toikt Pins, Hair Pins, last chance 3 for 10c Better stock up oil these. They'will be 'ihe regular price on Monday-you can save a third at least. : ; it jsilose'Supporters for Saturday only, 10c pair. No more at this price after tomorrow .....-they.'will go back to the regular price, , -t if there are any left. , ' Two only, ., Ladies' No* 1: Russian Rat Coats The Balance Of The Underwear Stock Slaughtered Women's Vests and Drawers-Heavy �weight cotton and wool mixture, in pure white only, an overstock of 50c and 60c underwear that must go, Saturday, Women's Underwear-Fine balbriggan .knit, white only, heavy fleeced back; either vest or drawers 05c and 75c quality. Vest or drawers, Saturday. Wool Vests and Drawers-The ' final ^-cleanup of all our underwear stock, with values up to-$1.50. Silk and Wool, Cashmeres, etc., all at one special price, 35c 50c 75c The Balance of the Babies' 1 Not a Cent less will we take for these high grade Rat coats, for the manufacturer offers to take them back at any time at this price. Similar coats elsewhere sold.up to $150.00. Saturday either.coat for.......... $97.50 Small Floor Rugs at exactly Half Price .r^r; "Smajl floor . rugs in a variety of, sizes, 'colorings principally red, green, brown- some splendid Wiltons, .Velvet, Bagdad, ' JRhtsheB. in the lot. 'On Saturday at exactly lethal* i'fche former prlcp.- Coats at Cost Some of the coats sold for $7.00, while others are "great value at $5.00 and $0.00 White serges, White Blanket Cloths, White lustres. Si/,es up to 4 years. Clearing on Saturday for .. $3.50 4 $5 Down Quilts for Saturday only $3.15 A down quilt for so little money doesn't sound right, nevertheless it's a fact. $5.00 down-filled quiits, 10 only on Saturday. All good Silkoline covers. Tookes* fine Cambric Shirts for 95c Men's Fine Cambric Shirts, light and medium colors, all sizes. Our regular $1.25. They all must go.. Men's fine Flannel Shkts now, $1,50 Shirts worth up to $2.25, in light and dark Ceylon flannels, and its a final, clean-up. All sizes. A Bargain in Men's fine Underwear $1,25 Penman's No. 880 fine ribbed underwear, sold everywhere for $1.75 and $2.00 seventy-five per cent wool. Sizes up to 40. Saturday only, per garment. StandfielcTs Underwear for Boys reduced to 65c CM OFFICIAL CLEARS DP o- Famiers are Told About Their Right: Stairfield's Red Label underwear, pure wool,/sizes to fit boys from 6 to 12 years, either shirt or drawers, worth up to $1.00 per garment. All one price on Saturday ...................____ 65c Men"s Heavy Wool Socks at 18c pair Men's Heavy Grey Wool Socks at 18c a pair instead of 25c. Better lay in a stock men, they'll go quickly at this low price., & CO. The Sell-For-Less Store s in Demurrage on Grain Cars (W. A. P. Report) Calgary, Jan. 23.-At the opening of the morning session the consideration of resolutions was resumed a resolution demanding that fanners ' tablishmcnt of I.ethbriiige championed by Vice-President ((Hiinsey that the plum tell to Lethbridge by a unanimous vote. Want Prohibition Important among ihe resolutions adopted was a declaration in favor of complete prohibition of I lie liquor traffic and until that, can be hoped for, support of all movements toward local option. Another dealt with extending better educational facilities to rural and |communities. Tt advocates the es-'"' '' ' ' of what are known as MAIL SERVICE MS MR. DAVIDSON WILL GIVE ANY TOWN ASKING FOR IT ALL POSSIBLE CONSIDERATION living more than ten miles [icnn a railroad station be. allowed twenty-four hours in which to claim a car and then two days in which to load. Consideration of the resolution brought up a discussion of the whole question of demurrage one of the vexing problems of the fanners. Numerous complaints of the railroads collecting demurrage under conditions which had a distinctly unfair.^ flavor were voiced hut in the light of subsequent events it appeared that most of them were, the outgrowth of misunderstanding as to' the exact rights of the shippers, or abuse of the railroad agents. D. B. Sirams, of Vulcan, recited an experience which affords a fair sample of the complaints entered, lie said he had ordered a car three months ago and had not received it yet. W wanted to know if it was a fair pro-position.if when it did come, he should he required to begin loading it within three hours or pay demurrage. ' T. S. Acheson, general grain agent of the C.P.R. at Winnipeg, was present and was called upon to explain the company's position. Mr. Achesoh explained the demurrage regulations, saving that the shipper had twenty-four hours in which to begin loading a car, and then twenty-four hours more in which to complete loading ; after that he was charged demurrage. He also explained that i the first twenty-four hours ran from i c > i i  1U'   ,, _ i j 98 Russia intends to await the initia- ! 8 o clock in the morning in the event I (ive q{ ^ugt 1 consolidated schools, wherein a uunr-ber of school districts may unite and establish one school tor all, thus permitting of the maintaining of a better school in which the higher grades, now not available to the children oi the country districts may be taught. Other resolutions adopted pledge.the farmers to the support of organized labor in their efforts to better their condition and demand legislation to put into effect a reciprocal demurrage scheme which will put the shippers more nearly on'an equal basis with the railroads than they ' ate now. An effort to commit Ihe convention to an attempt to interfere in the meat inspection of the city, of Calgary was defeated.  The convention did not support the action of President. Tregillus and others in supporting the proposal made at I.ethbridge last year of uniting, with the Alberta Federation of Labor. AUSTRIA AND RUSSIA IN ACCORD St. Petersburg, Jan. 23.-Austria-Hungary and Russia are in full accord on the subject of the future, boundaries of Albania, according to an authoritative announcement here today. The main reason for the military tension displayed here has thus been removed. No steps, however, have yet been taken for the reduction of the army to its normal footing, Stirling ,Allu., Jan. 23.-The Commissioner of the Asociut.e liuirds of Trade of Southern Alberta has sent out a bulletin regarding the request of the towns on Tile Curdtuon branch of the C.P.R. lor nil improved mail iirviee. The Commissioner draws attention to the fact that a letter mailed at. Stirling and addrebsed to a parly li: any of the towns on the Cnrdstou branch would require /!(/ to -IS hours to reach its destination. It is rurther shown that an answer will take