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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Xovomher IS, M13 THE I-KTHBKinGTC DAILY HERALD Page 5 T OF BA The people of Lethbridge and District are certainly appreciating our Big Sale. We presume it is owing to the fact that they know it is a Genuine Disposal Sale. We are certainly making the prices right, being determined to exchange the goods for money. It is Colder Today so Prepare We Have the Goods Men's, Ladies', Children's Overshoes Men's 1 Buckle tl Child's 1-Backle 1'er wlr Overcoats Convertible Collar Coats In Tweed. Worth J18.00, to J25.00 !or (o i-ilS.T.j of Engliih Melton Cloths, black or gray. Wortli to J2S.OO. for io Men's Coon Coals, for Furs 1 only Ladles' Rat Size 30. Worth J135.00 Sweaters Brown, maroon. Rrey and navy, heavy woo) Sweaters, military collar. Worth An Worth for Black Fox Stole and Muff-Worth S5S Ladies' 2-Buckle Overshot en Ladies1 Storm Rubbers pair Per ualr r-.... OU( Black Wolf Set Worth for red and brown wool Sweaters, collar or open. Worth CM Or, for -M.JO Ladies' Cloth Top Rub- c j Misses' 2-Buckle Overshoe Ol bcrs, per pair Per pair Ladles' Low Rubbers Ladies' City Boots Per 1'cr pair Rat-lined i Coati for Grey Squirrel Stole and Muff These are but a very few Items, We have a big stock to dispose of. Come now and get a good seledion Dry Goods, Ladies' Wear, Men's Wear, Boots and Shoes, they have to go THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED Pincher Creek Required to Sell Bonds Before Reaching Easy Street 1'inchcr Crwt, Nov. .city fathers met as usual, in tbe council chamber on Monday evening. Ten accounts were read, and Coun- cillor Williamson moved tbat the ac- counts O.K.'d be rasscd and.paid. This motion was seconded 'by Coun- r-illord Harwood. The matter oi debentures.was rtis- cusEcd and a letter iiom Wood.'Oua- dy Co. It was moved by.Councillor Mathe- son, seconded by Councillor -Scott, tbat on the expiration of tho option v-ith Wood, Gundy i Co. in deben- tures, the secretary wire C. H. Bur- gess Co., .Toronto, an oQet ol tie same at 83. The question ol tho town notes. arc due, came up for discussion and it was moved nnd seconded hy Councillors Williamson and. Kettles, lliat the secietary-lreasurrr tc in- tlructed to find out from fbp town solicitor whether it would be legal to pay orders on debenture ac- counts, and if so, the oatrc account to be paid. If it is.found that this account can legally be paid, it vill also be legal -to pay a number o! accounts, h.rld by. those, ivhu worked on tic mu- nicipal building. This will come as "glad tidings" to a great many. And it is lelt by tte council that this will be the outcome ol the report. It v.'as moved by Councillor TIZ Comforts and Cures Sore Feel 'GENERAL-BOOTH ON DECK An interesting picture of the Salva- tion Army leader-on the LuBitania just before leaving the steamship to start for Canada, where his gatherings so far have been of the most success- ful nature.' v Zidi, Foot-Joy Begins, ii Tour Pint of TIZ. 117. torn feot, tender icct-Ott juried up with pfttn. Hot, tired. imcllr y.hcd and mado Mil. Corns, Imn- :cn5. cMSuwJ .lillblalns tiro. at onco sladdonltiR fir, fin l 9- per dozen CUSTARD Kegular Sale FI- Per dozen........ Hcgular tl.75; Sale Per dozen.........; 'Hegular Sale Per 50 Also all. WINE GLASSES and DECAN- .TER S IN REDUCED 'PBICES Fancy and Plain Watcu Glusscs Ecduced to Cost. Oil Bottles, each.........1.5c, 20c, and 25c. Glass Table Odd Butters, with cover, JJ5c. .Candy Jars, at cost for (he Storekeeper. 1 only, COPPER PERCOLATOR Regular 514.25; Sale 1 CASSEROLE, nickel trimming, Regular ?9.25; sale 1 CHAFING DISH, Mannln, Bow- man, rng. Sale 1 READING LAMP, Electric Rcff.' Sale 1 READING LAMP, Electric Bee. 59.50; Sale 1 BRASS KETTLE AND LAMP ilesiilar Sale 1 BRASS KETTLE AND LAMP Resular 47.25; SalD 1 BRASS KETTLE AND LAMP Regular JIM; Salo 1 SMOKER SET AND TRAY Regular J3.T5; Sale S Doz. SPOONS and TONG Regular J4-75; Sale 2 Only, Caies, 1-2 Doz. KNIVES and FORKS; Hes. 5S.50; Sale 1 PAIR SALAD SERVERS Regular 54.SO; Sjle 2 Only, COLD MEAT FORKS Regular 11.00; Sale 1 Set, BERRY SPOON, C. M. FORK Regular R75; Sale 1 SOUP LADLE Regular for SUGAR TONGS Regular 51.25; Sale CREAM LADLE Regular Sale PIE KNIFE Regular Solo 1 CASE SIX FRUIT KNIVES Ragular 57.25; Kale 1 CASE SIX FRUIT KNIVES Regular Sale en nn .JV.UU nn an "SO c rn lp UjO QQ China Suggestions for Xmas 1 FISH SET, 12 Plates, 1 Plat- tsr. Kesubr Sale price fJ-iO 1 HAVILAND pieces Regular 53S.OO c.> V- 1 DUTCH TABLE SET, Hand Paintetf, Ilcgular c i J7.25; 1 LIMOGE TEA I'ieces Regular 522.CO Ci> nn ,-.uw tj.> .JSj i -jr., U1 'n ;J5 VJ..JV I