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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i! TTTF. DAILY Page 5 AY TO Our Big Stock is are offering Th as all of Lethbridge's citizens are taking advantage of the Great Bargains we positively got logo. Heretmder are a few more interesting items: Men's Furnishings .Veti's colurs. tor Moil's Kmbroi'Jcre 1 osh- Tie Men's regular 3ric. FOLT im pair Knit tolur- cd borders. "Xr. for.............. Meij's Wool Mitts, llegu- lar. 3Dc per jiaU for............... Ladies' Underwear Silk au'J Wool Comblca- Me. ino Yeats, long sleeves lions, IOIIH rlci-vfi mvJ hteh Ingb A rfcsLbr TXj. neck. A regular iiarnieiit for sanru'ii' for All wool Combinations, low neck, short gk-fcvcs. knee lenpUi. A regular ci fo: LLrfJo Sow ueili. short anUle Uurth. A reyuhir garuieiR for All wool Vests' [sprint; A 01 on veal Tor Drawers to mulch. Heavy CoUou Vests. only, 10113 and neck. A 5C'c quality for Drav.-ers to niatcb. in Underskirts Special in B'ack and Colors Underskirt for Boots and Shoes Ladies' lllack Sue-Ju Hat- Men's I'atcsit liliichcr dull ine Ehw S3 or for ladles' I'aiint llutloo. 85.25 Fawn Cloth Top Shoe for per c.> jpalr Kqually low price hi kid and gun racial in either lace Al1 Men's Shots Equally Re- Men's Mela] liutlon. A (ine shoe Q 1 I'll' (o. .M.fW1 or LuUon. duccd ALL MISSES', YOUTHS', AND CHILD- HEN'S SHOES REDUCED from 20fc to Ladies Hand Bags these for Christ- mas Presents Three otal com- Our Whole Stock on The Go. ITLEY COMPANY, L! Six vvoo-Jt-n Head iUsri. Oriental stvlt. wurUi (i- JT.nO'for........... Six Sf-al Sliup- gilt WILSON AND ADAMS ON PLATFORM CROSS-FIRING WITH PRESENT MAYOR 'other Jinn. The tlify uould acctjit. Tlra nieinl Itcvm Ironl tlut Ihc c ly lo vay S3000. not or ruinibtcr as Uie rhhl man to be fit-red at tlie he-ad of Ihft city's _ CI10SS fj( ESTIQNS .Mayor llardic rcsc at Uic close ol the speech to ask j-.mne ques- ile went to Kcghind, s-tvcral of it u-oulil be OUT to the tirs iciiarfrarnt la l.e atrrutcd. lie llmujht '.here to litllc'rtini- culty lliat score. I'riiJ.I.C WORKS' CANDIHATE' Pearson, candidate for the lieUic works coitimisb o.'iCrsliEji, dealt the ducslion. policy, :f eipclcd, he peace, retrenchment anil rclorni- He em- that he ivas out on an in- dependent ticket and wr.s therefore pet of no lacUqu. Factiims and do Wfll together. Ifsrt lo fricticn, wliiih leads to the recall and the lireakini; lip of the coatinuity c! the. work of the city. MIv WIl.t'OX SPKAK'S K. m si of his; remarks to taxes as they le rl i lions. He c.vljibilcd some heal in do- I.omion S and ea'leJ d d vou ia lo lie e.uet Hut he could rut ,ollr ;n the News that )'ou in the field cipressly to More Wrecks on Great Lakes C'l and iins still alloit llyers left I-'KAfl VKSSKI.S LOST Cleveland, Ohio, No the 1 the ORjccs tf. ihe stran.ets Atyus, !lv- drus and 1. Jl., tiir.'jght lost in the storm the Clicat Latcs, il '.fas stated today that no -.vorrl has Lcen received that would threw !I--ht Two Engineers for Public Works (Continued From Froat rercnl In his opinion he- said, thc filtra- lien have. Islands, for MCSETS. Hull niyth t Co, alary cut, men at -eia, lvfoe malters men on their guard, finance, are concerned. of the-year practise, put SAYS TIUT MAYOll ACTED CHILDISHLY Thc speaker then referred lo the to-.rt deal put through by STANDS ON' 1'AST UECORD i meeting of tli: ratepayers will oi has been abandoned nre: The Jchn held tiuiinj the month, with a i co''irse of storm and Intercept- ]A. McGean and Charles S. 1'riee, ol hearing'the prospective rar.didalis of Cliicapo.: .James S.. Car- [for iniin-cipal honors at the electhi. _ __ Ei-ilayor Adams did not mate a ruthers, the Hcglna ami the M'cxford, to ke held in December. It is stated long address, but it. was to the point. a" of Toronto. [that tuo ol the present councillors, He said lie had had eight years' pub-' The three. the: destruction whose term oi office expires Hits' year Dealing with the heavy expenditure Mayor ilzrd'e, claLnir.B that 1IC experience working, for the city o, of the cttv in the past few vca'.s he kr h'd acted vcrv ihi'd shlv had not aid it had been rather .too heavy, 'gone eist for after instructed fo-aethmg. He had., heard a lot dor- ArKL-s: ?nrt the Isaac M. facott, ing the. ato'-u the city s of Lleulann. While he so definitely not intend to re-election, seen __ but come before did not see "it until the sos-age disposal the nMult ol Octoter, antl thc lifpple should hnrl pure vr-jt-r to: laM r was handled in a iery dr'n'n before purifying thc manner." His ulaltono could be outlined in twu clauses .more patch- on waterworks; much ivoli; ss possible to be dor.e. under 'ami tbb'.'glit the ruuncils bavc to do so, and by had de- _ cilv supcrtlsiun instcatl ol by con- Rjicn more thought oi the (-fle.-t (he prcriafed tic lake of i-onas bo-''ds' "h' Th- 1oss thc wlth a" j V Iraet ai. heretofore. elpendilSres would have, oh tie tax l.ast vwr the cilv paid" o.'. .rtcclveli 'M.45 II of would male a life loss I" thc rale voters K. te- tor its money. year "ttc price wf TL I not "f llljn from cause, lie saidf the voters ws 'IhH was the .dificrecie in i31! mlsma11- both the Hydras and the Argus has oi which has not heen determined- arc: The Hydrus, the 't to l.c hopeil t'lai we shall have all several good gentlemen, who will ron- 'scnt to their names put.before Knhrg'ng en 'tlifsc matters Pc.irsan tcld of his qualifications to with ihe waterworks anil filtra- seemed lo be. supremely inJifiErcnt. live deals, tion evpcricucj'in these AH they-, wanted was the improve- I10N1JS .IXD EGUS, and ailvoeatcil again the dual inents ivilhougli' raueli thought "You pcJdle bonds the way system for watrr about Ihe time when they would have you said Mr. Wilson.' and water for sprin'flini; and fire fight- to'r.e paid for.- "Neither can you sell bonds in ing purposes'scnaralciiy. This would.- HOME CROSS-K1R1NR al the same time. .11 would remove much of the and silt' Com'iig to thc bond question Mr. not surprise [r.c lo learn that.Mayor from the uater during the water said ".Mayor Hardi? has Hardic was in Xevv York silling tli2 in the slirifiij: and summer, and made insinuations about to bonds to one firm at.the sanic- time would meet most of the criticism ot KnalanJ a year ago to.sell '.bonds. I-Aid. Williamson was in Chicago seli- the sonic time at least. aslcd (or an 'jpiion lo sell AtiAINRT CONTilACT MKTHODS at rpceive for mjstlf anything 1 As for doing city work under the might maVc over lhat price. Or if tlle The. meeting will held k, he announced later. for the cHy of Toronto. He is an nEEOClate member of the Institute ol Civil Engineers of Ens- land, the mother institution of it3 kind of the Kmpire. and p.n associate member of thu Canadian Society Civil Engineers. He "was formerly also an associate member -of In- stitute'of llechanical MT. Harvey's resignation will be considered nl the next regular mett- ing of the council. fc ajcn-.cnt ol afiairs'oilting regime, been'washed ashore and the. Scott form government, lie has not been heard, from since she thofgbt, was simply lurnirig the sailed away in the storm. She was city's, affairs over to three men who due lo report in Chicago yesterday, on their shoulders to run it it is said. as they u-ould their own businesses. The general opinion this morning the two ratepayers1 gina. Tliis opinion was hascd upon associations might- do a gooa work ing (o another firm." i Sir. Wilson laughed at the rc- instructing the mayor and ; in an advisory- capacity. the fcct lhat a hody from the Price was found with a Kegina life, belt KAVOHS (JHAVITY- SVSTBM jipon it. The dead itom the Dcalinz for a moment iviih the wa- ami the Trice were also washed terworls sjslen, he made the slate- ashore at the same point, and other >lr. thrre is any M--ynr "Vou gol your coin- I will ask nrssiou, loo." -Mr. feet teller job of il. in closing, he staled that he is now. of Iho 1912 council here lioMing the same posilion with the him to corroborate my Iron Works as was held AM.- statement is ab- 1 am doing husitrss for imsclf I do by City Engineer of Mqcleod, sitlutcly correct. Jt iu a husinrsslikc way when I am tiv years ago, and believed ii Riven SAVED CITY. 'doing the city's business 1 use thc opportunity could produce as Mr. Wilson thfn weiil en to cvpb'n same methods. would cost more to instal sufficient imiiil'ing capacity under Ihe present method for a citr ol 35 GOO criticism is being heard in marine circles against the federal ,iu- Ihorit'cs, it is hive 'ail- yoccl results. I that an opiion'hai! f given to an- "Tie Results Of Our Bun-. Bargains V Wool L'ndcnvenr, al Shoes nt............. Pure Wool Sweat or from Winter Caps, at......... Hatsnl............... Suits from to Overcoats at............ Fur Collar Overcoats al You can rest assured dial, our prices nre the lowest, and pur quality on a par with the SOc "p. 8Se "D S12-SO best. The A. N. NELSON, MANAGER 403 Sth STREET SOUTH LETHERIOOE SCHOOL FLYING 111011 .Mr. Wilson thought the school board had been fiying too high. The' lav hem is over EC en mills. er city, il is thcreiore a question alone Huron's shore for a radi- worthy the closest as to ways cs of ninrty-nvlcs on both sides. It and nicpns liclore anything is done, is rhjryed that r.ot since Sirndai-'rf .Mr. willi'thc sueak- storm have the authorities made a crs in saying'that the city is in a conrerlcd effort to patrol the shore, bad financially. He thourhl1 Tie overturned steamer is also i' bad .thc.improffir.cnts to show proving a serious menace to In Lalgary llltle than [or expenditure. The feople had tion, it is but it has hcen three Wlnn IIic- u-improvcd property fnr improvements aod Iclt without a rfarVer to guide in the c ty, vli.cli is already paying would" high tax is built upon and .the As Specials In ortU'r to bring our depiirluicul of Beds and Ik-tiding' ht'forc you in a pronoiiiicecl iintl niannor. will olTor for Satur- day of tliis week, values iiiitl varieties suoii as rarely or never have come your way. Id lo pay lor them. How- passing up and (lonn thc ever, he thought it wovld he. wise, to pwi ers ,tc si r.d n? bra 1 cs to school, slrps compvlsory voting tlainicil lhat there ate many thrre ivll le twivc the of cn This'would f..-.rce caala'iss and -.vlipelnirn arc not S more [ne jnttrtEt.'ol thc p'opts. yel familiar with the localion ol Ili3 _m Mr. Adams said in that he rilcrcli.-l. appealed .fo Ire ftof'.e. on" tvs past! 'I'lw revenue cutler, Moiri'l, spent ncord. He did not see that he had I niJnl' Ihis local: ty. anything to cover un in his rdminis-j HKAVY-CALK HAGISi j i'ort Arthur, OM., Nov. 14 nrlbv.-esl Rile with hkm'in? up on Lake Suyer- 1 ior The .Saronic is s h tMdi upon liltlo re cnuc. Kconoaiy ought to le prac- tis-.d in lhat direction zbo. .MAKES DEKII.'ITE CHAHGr. Com'r.g hart: to the nucstion Mr. ffilsrn claimed that, he had a Iratfon." He had insdc a smcsi lellcr from Dr. .Irs business in thc city li'-c (f a C'hicajo loicl firm, in which could promise 'he test lhat is In li: Mr. McVcy slate-1 he had made thc if elected. uly a firm ofi r SI 1-efore mayor left for the last. 'Ihe nir..ynr has st ,ted otherwise, hut thc speak- er r-a'J l.c Ihr. nrayor's un- tad c.kt the city nearly livo or on A Ihick r, "Tli re is notirni; 'clwoen Mr. Har.lie fnd s.tiil Mr. m fins nr. "I ililr'er wifh him J'in his of ihe city s I (hal he rannol work In hT'ufny with the cnin.cj. His Ics this suriiTi-.rt ra.vlc too Mf.ny of th :ic m.ilt'rs mi hi hivc in onrt th- m-c-rl Made fiivlic :n nrfin'. He M in h rmony w th ths h'.-.ds r( I'pisrtnirnio an-t lliere >e rf- flc'tn-y." lie ihnt' he that his n yr.'rs uitlr Ihe 'A, A- I. -n ccnnc f'on r-nrr.rja! of tie 'ta-.i-rtVm, !ad f.ltdd liii-ffll for (he no; lion of, or. 11 he rol lliit.k F.U, he sai-l, he rould pot tc Jn the Mil. He "did not think a of Ihrr n Ir.ff.'t Ili'iy. N'cilli.r dd he favor a doctor members in Ihe vvTiUc tho -rrl n-r'-in-u totalled and expenditures' .Meny ilelegal63 frtni all mar ihi- TjTiited Ktr.tcE and Cr.nncli arc here end are expected. NATIONAL MUNICIPAL LEAGUE I "ross'nr the II Toronto, Nov.. 13.-When the .Va-1 Arthur" at lour o'clock. The (tonal Lfcgue resumed ils is due at the Soo al three session-tins rnorntnr. secretary Vi'ooO. The Athabasca reports that rurf rer-orlc.1 that there iue now has seen iic-tMnp ol ll.e steamer t.eafifld i.jissing on Lake Superior, j i CK1-.W OF MAJOIl RKSCUKI) Saiilt Ste y.zr'n, Mich., N'ov. n.- 'in the of last wreclers wr-ro :Irirrn away thc Hartwell ar.d. the Xottiag- hard. i They returned to ll.eir work at dailighl i.iori'Miir. The llariwell j v.-as ready lo be at Tnid- nij-ht, bi't filled 'ip aza'u work r.iisimkri. !ccn :-Th: K- Rycrs r.' V." Soo eirly this willi lb? ,-rew of the M.ror. Thc >.ia'or wr-.s Abound arid in the inifrlil 1 rcj-me disall'd a o'.t th''itv milrs northwest of M'liilrfeli I'oiiif. I In .tnswrr to signsls cf ths j iuillrd lowjrii her and tork oil I ill hands. Tflc.slcaiiier.-was abandon- Fancy Brass Beds A good solid brass toed, 4'G" wide, C rungg.Iiead and font pat- in finished. Two luc-li posts. i'.f gn In rly Ji'li.O 0. For Salu r- day enlc trice RATS EAT WEDDING CAKE AND A HAM Victoria. Nov. In the Victoria poslofflce are making away .with parcels of wedding coke going through the rnalie. and EO tr.e telling of traps haj nol made any great difference In the amount of destruction. Recently rats made awjy with a whole ham, which was being forwarded to a Victoria man from .England, White Enamel Iron Beds Six splendid Iron Brass Trimmer! beds, heavy construe- lion. A very 1'6" size, Htigular Snt-- nrdny Sale prico Ert only Mattresses Great sucks of Mattresses from rlio Inexpensive, service-, ablo varieties lo Ihe best'" grades anrl styles. Theso aro' at siiecifil ivriee Tor Saturday. Ten special quality Maltresis- L 1'C" wide. Kineflt fell. A comfortable clastic, ilnrable mattress. Regular" 115.00, Sal- unlay Sale Price C 1 only ...........9 1C.ID riles ot them, qualltlea. anrl kinds, wo can slronjOy roccom- mend. Duck feather filled pll- IpM'B, fancy UcVfng. "yrj bjg value cacti I I 0 A feather tilled pillow. Art Ticking. each............... OUC WATCH WINDOW rpu SPECIAL UAKOAIXS BROS. "LETftBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME 7W THIRD AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 625 ;