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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L|! T HBP IB GtE B A / L Y HE R A L P Page 7 cSSpANf*! ElASTER 11 mm . ^ [ Means Dollars Saved to Easter Shoppers CSmm Moriiiiig March 14 Ateigflit o'clock sharp our doors wi)ii ojieii for one of the largest and most attractive sales we have ever conducted. Weiillit^Mt^^ a�d to accomplish this we are idi^gv# itUiaKe it worth the while of *Y^^ of Lethbridge to visit our store and to do their Easter Shoppong with tiSiMDoilto saved are Dollars made/aiid as this is tlie season of the year when everybody requires something new in the ^Clcrthiittjj'lin6/^^W attentionto the exceptional values we arc offering. The prices we are quot- iiigf hhl(i\v are lor desii-able and upkfi^kate merchandise; ies' Suits Coats ^Komaivs mind dwells I pn New Spring \ Suit or^ Coat. We are giving an ^ , bppoftunity to all to make . ;tKdr purchase of a thoro- � Ataghly ;Iip-to-Datfe. Suit or Goat at several dollars les$ than they can- purchase elsewhere for. ^ i:'^'-:^-} y ' ^-i;. '�' ',' JSTayy^and blacks .serge iuits.;. , �gafiii,^nt.s. Regula.r prices �^18.00 4* m Mstet Sale Price, $13.50 . -Another lot J Ladies' suits in-J^ -stU;J)l6 ;^lain "weaves and also in-u^-* ^ mvy knd black serges, raiigingir;/ ^ in price froirt |2.0iQ0 to 123.00, " Easter sale EHci&j $17.25. > " r .Abetkr qud-lit}^' Serge and'-; iVtebd Suit^, prices from |30.00* { ^ .tO$82;50. , ;� ' Mmi' Sale- Pnce^23;00. / -"^ ^^r^k � I .W*J BUSTER BR6WN SUITS--In brown and green flJO "J C Regular $8.00; Easter-Sale Price ........ ^ICia I O GREY FLANNEL SUITS-Regular Price ?7.50, flJyB QfJ Easter Sale Price ........ ^4*99 Our Whole Stock of Boys' Suits ranging In price from $3.00 to $10.00; EastftfSAle Price 20% off A Good Oiilpoi^tunity to OutiP.it YoUf Boy Men's Spring Suits .00, Easier Sale Price......$ (J.75 .50, Easter Sale Price...... S.75 $12.00, Easter Sale Price...... *).00 $20.00, Easier Sale Prie^^';.'..... 16.50 $22.00, Easier Sale Prie6.Mi= ..... 18.00 $25.00, Easter Sale PriceT";..,____ 20.00 $28.00/Easter Sale. Prices;;..... 22.50 $80.00, Easier Sale Price V_____ 21.00 Men's Overcoats $25.00 �s>aliieS) Easter Sak^ Price $18.75 $20.00 Valiums, iSaster Sale' Price $15.00 $18.00 l^akles, Easter Sale'Price $13.50 Other Values Equally Reduced ^ust VKIiat m Man Nfeieds Por Gooi. Mbrmngs and Evenings >^'W{�ft%-S'(iOeS: - ' ' ' ^#JSSr.s FRSNCH peas, N^t m^re^haifr s^^^^^^^^ i ...-tn^Dlack, and tap, lag?; alz^B, 10 .to^.'M'-/ ^�fi'' -.mEcf'''''''' ^"^^^^'HM^^ II i . In patpntand Qun-Metal; Bizej Wi^ml ' "BegtiJW,|S,6b and $4,SP. d.JSUl fiy&SatagiOnly Grocery Spec|i^| '-VM-'BOtTLES JOHNSTON^S PLUID SEHF, iroyNCE.BOTTLE, cJBa, 5 'a^faplblAU prices, Pei^ bottle".! U ......^�f.>>, rj'v',.... OOC, ."SjVlA1.,U.'S,8U6AR jelly; >nB OUNCe aOTJTLES^^hlCE V'^'tPEK.bottle, only.................\>i.v.IOC per tin ..............i......i......if;. .>,, i.... (i..p.i^ RRY, PLUM, Apricot and PLUMj'^n'ie o?, bott(e8.-|aA2i;? p�> bottle....................l.Xif,.-,.........-SdlBIISK UftftANT, STRAWBEflRY AND ftASftBERRY; in 16 |l^^^f.;-go ^ I* {vK^'pi'lfu'"" y^-"".........................,r........I c 2 u lyieii s Spring H?tt^ At Easter Sale Prices I Black Sti� Hats ^ ^ ' ; '^ROg. i2.50; Easter Sale Price, '. # I Reg, $3.00; Easter Sale Price i^J �'rv^'Y. mm ^Bia�k Crush Hat^ . Reg. $2.26; Easter'-Saie Prioo'.^,;: , Imitation Stetson IJats jReg. $2.2S; Easter sal^^RriAv .^v , Cowbo^ Hats Refl. $2.26; Easter Sale Price Boys' Felt Hats In brovifri) navy and alaltej'Reg. ^ $2,00; Easter Sale Price *9 I ' SOUft WHOLfe ,STQCK OF HATS IeDUCED AT lEASf 2(^% '...... Pl $1.60 mm CREEK LIBERALS ENTER THE FIGHT WITH A o Mr. Mouat was Nominated! at Rousing Gathering-Government Stands by Farmers Plnclier Creek, March 12.-AcCord-mer to those present, the too&t r�iire-sentative. the most eflthuslastte, and tlie most unanimous Liberal convention ever held in this s*otlon of the country, was that which t6ok place h6rd thl6 afternoon. Every jisctlott of the oonstltuoncy was repr^isenieA and the etttlre proceedings Wient forward with the greatest posttlhlA unanimity. Chairman W. A. Krtlser dAlWd the gathering together at two o'qlocl!;, and after a few remarks, thretr the ni^et^ ing open. F. Rublh was the .first ap�aker. H6 described the Alb�rU government as a good, progre^sfitVo and clean administration, H� thought It was tlnte that PlnchW-Cfe^k had a goid progressive representative at Edmonton. v D. R. Molvor, of GoWWV, followed, with a stirring speech. �Ie placed the name of A. N, Mouat In nomination, end In doing so dwelt ak somei l�n(rth upon the sterling and tfggreaelve char-actorl&tlos oi that gentleman. Mr. Moivor also placed himaelf on record as being In favor of the temperance movement. Messrs. thos. Hammond, of Sum-mervlew; J. Cameron; of Beaver Mines; J. B. HilUer,:of Twin Butte; \V. B. Lfigault, of Plncber Greek; il. Henderson and T. H.'Sbott, aiso-6i Pincher Creek; Bd; Mearea.ot Plhch' er City, and Mr. Gehhetdt, ivho U^ea south of tows, all apoke ill hle:h�st terms of the maa Whoqe name had heen placed In nomination; Mr. titanl-moud seconding Mr. Modafs. non^iha- tion. ^ I, ' No other name was placed bifdi'i the convention, indeQi|, 1116 other:nAtna wad mentldtted at atty5 ti^e-tfflfittf.ite afternoon, and Ms. Mou^t waft therefore deolared the unanlnft(^U8.;ClM?lo6:ol Mthe ccrtiventlot^ amlS: {mjjsit-T iastic applause, \ , Ta Mr. Mouat Aftcept* On rising to his feel, Mr. Mouat wa� I with a 'iouhd tit 'ftiir plause. He thanked ti^fe' c^nventiwi for the hondr ^hey hIiWi SiStffe >Eim^^ the confidence they likd Jlalfelt-^^-.tilnt and assured them thftf.h^JWOuiaitiii all in his,power to'Iflftd fhm M'^^^ victory. He could �0t,:h5\v^ver;',^iiifl(iy?^^ when they got' iadkmbm^ M^i^^ into ;tfiii:!fiHhg >iiiie.?'ii^g^t^fjf jf!^ cirous'jfight.:'":;:'':;';^^ Mr, Mouat deolaredr-,tEat i^^yi^'M-^ tereats i were to ^ he('c6i)Slderiii;^K^he government it. iSdmS&8�h!!jl0r theift Interest In-igriciiitu^iP'bi'?^^^^^ ele>vat9;r; toiil;c ^di^:t^|tiiiipo|MrK^ bill. The manutotur^i'i;v:dfrfiM''j^' lifenieatss tiftilJtliroileK^^i^ mettt^rWith:; aiyi|S^:tSjleftig|lEp change;  thev; toaohlnery: these lines. The Conservative policy^  in Alberta was nothing more than^' > policy of talk, and ho: predicted, that of the ieven Opposition mem'bera.at Kdmonto'n only two would lie re-4l�ot-ed. Concluding, Mr. Mouat asked, for tlw honest support of the electors' ot the district, and in return promised fot'm iiotieat service. E. C. Fisher wa.� present from ^iBd-mcnton, and addressed the conten-' tlon along orgauitsation lines. .I^e f tcot ofloeilon to remark that the .6p-rofeition at Edmonton liad, no pclicy,  beoa.use they probably realieed Jhat -they did �(it need'oneT-theyiwere,Tjiot , likely to get a chance to use *>n^ il Vny had It. ; Resolutions Adopted �^l �', The folloiwlng resolutions were, in*' ' troduced by the committee An r^aoUt� tlonB, and unanimously adoptedi'^-^^Y ^ "That we appreciate the effort�,;Df' Sir WUfrld lAurier towai?d� the extern, s!oh of the bfltish preferenee, ana hid, efforts to obtain wider markets."-' "That this convention .expreses *r*' , ery eontidenCe In the le;4l�rshlp,. draft a reWlulWtt of, conaoleao&fgf* �''> the relatives of the late John, S'j, ftota. v Th* Nominee �rr''Old,tiw�f, ' rYlc^ i \ of tlie Hu^i^otitfl Biy Cbitt^any. *Hl9 , bvainesB ^hilttywai'eftrty r^^Hlafei ^, by the great tradittg^isotpbratlpn, anil- A his advah^sement was'rapid, 'In IS"! h�J was mai^ accountant In thft 'VVlnnl-pOK bi'aueh of the oompaay^#^hU'S neaa in 1$6� hfe was-again,ptSfilPt�^ id.the pdaUlon of a&iiBjant fe^th* 'm|tt^�r IP, 18ft7.-hes. Wfts;oall64 VPonAoi^rgdn 120 a eysteitt'tor the handUngj of the oitenatve trade atisingv^rOmit^e 8r,,^at rt:i(H-t�th�::ytoi;and'.JWa|k^' go d lieldB.'and the following .year wns ip prmted Inspecting oitfloer, haying a ecneral abp�nl8lon':,oveV^ the,' ^TAf^|, ^^^^^ the &now IS'all hOT*' pr>parlpg r-Tt,-,- THo s&o6e8s''ot tjlpH' tidn"l9' evidentlvv^Otttl I .Enfe}i?^k.:'Abhil�t| st'ruotidns' Ho tfpcee,a} i. the- cdm.ple*lOtt\o) ^V^M^ so th^^it^m^3''�b^ pm^ water m May. The light tall of snbv Vll\1iellP'>yi erv we pn the land ^nj ^roa'Er;;,^]( assist in bringing m ;tli^,ti:�l% weather. - - i s^.|ktriTds l)#8mi w4rtJ\;;4fiujifflnVentlqn'||rff*'^9''^ Alteta>.#|n|a Wcdnesda) ,eje offl�.ial bwil > th-Mc*h3di-t cHv Mdrlcoi o be iholr paafjr 'or ijho^ ')nli>renci \ear sunjfct tb^-tt uu LLiMilUce ot th* AJtaii orfcreicf " i'' ldterBbur�? drlrklnK water,!**' be t>r|liz->d GI^Y HAIR ReBtored to Youthful yCu'thiill. �lifii yCUthlill, �lunl qolPi IS >au to keep? -ThVafi^ fteed tot iu J^il^imM The local tmBmb�r^not.*jvv�K^Sny,rJ'gji&Uw^^ 81 ;