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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lctlibridge Daily May 13th Page'15 .RF.WILLOUGHBY The Remaining Days of the Great Closing Out Sale will be a SENSATION FOR LETHBRIDGE One Half of this Great Stock has already been distributed. The balance must get out at once, at your own prices. Below you will find a list of some Bargains yet to be swept out Ladies' Skirts 10 Ladies' Top Skirts, Sizes 24 inch to 28 inch, in Tweeds, Panamas and Broadcloth, at Half Regular Price. 7 Only, Ladies' Under Skirtf; In Silk and Cotton Moire. Half Price Takes These. Men's Suits A Great Snap for the Big Men. 300 Colored Dress Shirts, sizes from 16 to 18. .The kind for 75c The and kind for Dark Working Shirts, the reg- ular 51.CO and 75c kind, clean c-'.il price, 50c. Ladies' Slippers Fancy Tie and Strap Slippers, sizes 2 1-2 to 4 1-2. are all high quality goods. Any pair in the bunch Half Price Working Men's Shoes Men's Heavy Shoes, Sole Leather, outside counters. Nailed Soles, J1.50 Per Pair. High Cut Tan Boot, 10 inch leg, the regular kind, clean out price Men's Shirts Going Fast. Yet still plenty to choose from. .One-half the price you would be asked else- where will land one of these suits. 20th Century Brand Spring Overcoats and Raincots Fine Black Cheviot Overcoats, Spring Weight. Regular price Clean Out Price 6 Only, 20th Century Shower Proof, long coats. The Regular Coat. Clean Out Price (12.50 and Everything from the "Sjtetson Cow Boy" to the Sporty "Thoroughbred" for the young man The Price is The Smallest Part of These Hats i MISCELLANEOUS-Stockings, Sox, Collars, Braces, Skirt Fasteners, Silk Handkerchiefs, Caps, Underwear, at next to nothing prices SPECIAL 1 large Axminster Rug, 15x16, Ori- ental design, reg. sale price A Big Snap THE CLOSING OUT OF THE BENTLEY STOCK BY WILLOUGHBY CO. SPECIAL 1 large pair Chen- ille Curtains, reg- uiar the last pair 'Don't miss the Willoughby Big Sale Saturday BENTLEY'S OLD STAND ROUND STREET fjealth NEVKR FAILS TO RESTORE CRAY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOR AND BEAUTY. No matter how old and faded your hair looks, or how .long you have been Bray, it I will work for you, keep you looking young, pro. mote a luxuriant growth of healthy hair, rtop falling out and Positively Re- move Dandruff, Will not (oil skin or linen. Will injure your hair. Is Not Dye. BCFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES fl.M and Me. Bottles, at Drugptfs object to on but want to be put on fresh fish. The i company at a conference agreed to have a wcuiaa attend to the house- work ii the house where the lassies live. Mrs. Egan, of the S.P.C., visited the lassies' abode yesterday, offering them a paesage home if arrangcmentb can be made shortly, providing a sat- isfactory settlement has not been reached. The lassies are greatly dis- appointed over the existing s.tate of affairs, and should they be gi-ven free passage home will gladly accept it. RAILWAY COMMISSION SITTING AT WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, May og the delay to their train through, the Heroa Lake pitchin, Assistant Chairman Darcy and Dr. Mills irrivcd in time this morning to .open the sitting of the railway, commis- sion a few minutes after scheduled time. This morning was spent in .HERE'S A HEN THAT I LAYS RECORD EGGS. For Sale By J. D. HIGINBOTHAM A. CO., LTD. ALBERTA DRUG 4. BOOK CO. SCOTCH LASSES AND COMPANY DISAGREE Old Country Girls Are Working for Fish Company at Halifax, But Won't Go on "Nibs." Halifax, N. S., May There is trouble between the Christie Pish Co. and a band of Scotch lassies -brought which ultimately reached fully twen- y thousand people. The throngs hearing minor cases western points, and mostly from this afternoon from the Old Country. The girls; and a quarter inches. New Brunswick Farmer Boasts of Fowl That Turns Out Mon- strous Hen-Fruit. St. John, N. May Hicks, of Midgic, is the proud pos- sessor of a hen. just an ordinary ev cry-day hen of no special breed, that when it comes to'laying big eggs ha: all the other hens in this part of the county beaten to a frazzle. The o< day this hen modestly started in to see just what she could do, and as a result we were yesterday shown an egg ijat weighed over four ounces and wealthy old Salt fleet {armor whose measured four and a quarter by eight was nattered in within a, few the complaint of the Winnipeg Board of Trade, Winnipeg Grain Exchange, lirandon, Regina and other western Boards of Trade against the excessive rates for commercial telegraph tolls in the west, will be heard. Follow- in this will be the hearing of objec- tions of western publishers to the press rate schedules recently filed by the telegraph companies. This is the continuation of the case instituted some months ago by the Western As sociatcd Press and a number of west- ern daily publishers arc here in sup- port of it. YOUNG FENTON CHARGED WITH MURDER OF FATHER Hamilton, May witl the hrutal murder of his aged father iiy by the Oblate Order of the Ro- man Catholic Church. The prepara- .vere remarkably demonstrative in tory school will be for boys intending spite of King Edwasd's death. jto become missionaries in the order j and will be similar 'to schools already NEW COLLEGE AT STRATHCONA existing in Winnipeg and Ottawa. Edmonton, May new prepar- atory school and a. new college are o be added to those institutions al- ly succeed Debarats as deputy minis- ter of marine. HE LIVED THREE DAYS ON MOOSE MEAT Edmonton, May H.. Coward, manager of the northern trading de- partment for Revillon BrottHjrc, re- turned on Saturday evening from a trip to the north country. He left Edmonton on February 12th and pro- ceeded to Fort Vermilion, 700 miles north of Edmonton. The trip down the Peace River on the Ice from Peace Riwr Grossing, a distance of 300 miles, occupied 15 days. The snow- was deep and the weather stormy. It was so .difficult to make progress it became necessary to abandon thebob sleighs and to resort to flat runners. would not have done belter, for the deep snow would hare irotarded 'their, equally ps uch as the horses. Got to Wolverine Point Before Mr. Coward tad finished his usiness at Fort Vermilion the Ice in e river became very dangerous for raffle, and by the time he was ready start on the return trip it was on tie point of breaking up. By travel- ng fast liis party were able to 'olverine Point, which is 90, mites p the river from Fort Vermilion. ere .they had to leave the ice, and ic as decided to cross the to t'arteflsh Lake and whence to Lesser lave Lake. A Guide Part Way An Indian at Wolverine Point pilot- d the party part of the way to White- sh Lake and from there they pro-' ceded without a guide, following the Id pack trails used years ago by In- ians. They knew the general direc- ion of the lake, but apart from that ad no other means of knowing whe- ther they were on the right -trail or not, except for that Inexpllcablesirth sense which is possessed by trappers .nd men w-ho have lived in the for- st. Had to Cut Trail The' old trails were in bad shape. Fallen timber had to be cleared and muskegs" crossed, ifortunately, al-. -hough the muskegs were melting out, the sun