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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 9 THE LETIIBRT'OGE DAILY Friday, November l.jth, 1012. Startling Bargain List For Saturday We are going to demonstrate forcibly to-morrow that when Hill a special Bargain List for Saturday, its up to you to take the earliest possible, advantage in the morning. Clip this List out for reference. Our Annual Remnant Sale Ah '-.This is advent-many Bothers are anxiously awaiting: starts off 'bin Saturday morning. We must make room for Xmas and Holiday Goods which are knocking at: the back door and asking for room. So out goes alt oddments and short lengths of Silks, Dress Goods, Prints, Ginghams, Flannels, Flannel- ettes, 'Cottons, Table Linens, Draperies. Oh! a grand collection of'Lengths and Oddments from 3 to 7 yards. Get busy, Ladies, there's money to be saved Underskirts and House Dresses at 75.c and This is where the early riser will get .the-snap. .-30 only Ladies' Black Roman Sateen Skirts made with accordeon pleats' with deep frill; and 27 only Ladies' Percale Print House Dresses, one-piece made waist effect, with turn-down sailor col-. lar, in neat stripes. These two lines arc worthy of your special attention. Remember Skirts' and Dresses at 75c. CO fifi each, and Ob, Say, Mr, Man But no doubt you are already aware that Hill ha? the largest and best equipped Gent's Furn- ishing Department in the city, and carrys the largest and most up-to-date stock in the city. That is why the men and boys assemble here on Saturday. Did you ever try the Derby Shoe for Men. Sweater out the Kids for 'Are you the lucky mother of a half dozen or- more either boys or girls. Bring them along Saturday, and we will 'fit "out" any of them from 5 to 12 years with wool sweat- er that will keep them warm and comfortable for the winter and save doctor's bills. Navy blue, red and grey trim- med with a combina- tion of other colors; button or belt styles. Values and 31.75. Sat- urday Another of Hill's Kid Glove Specials Just listen to this Ladies. Spot cash was the cause of bringing this lot of elegant French cut kid gloves, pique sewn, stitch point backs, two dome fasteners, soft elastic, per- fect fitting. Light, medium and dark tans, also black. Sizes tj to 7Vi- Not more than three pairs to one customer, none to .the trade. Saturday A Nobby Dress at a Nominal Price Now ladies, remember only 22 of these handsome one-piece or Princess Dresses are on sale. They are right, up to date in style, trimmed: with self silk em- broidery, some with lace yoke or collar. Most fashionable ma- terials are serges, Panamas, Cashmeres, Couloure and are ex- cellent value at 510.00 to Sizes O. K. Satur- day Women's and Misses' Goats LOOK! We have a little startling news for you. Spot cash again brought to us 24 elegant Pony and Caracul coats for Ladles and Misses from 17 ynars io women of 3C to 38 .oust. They are without exception the handsomest and. richest cur] coats we have ever handled. Cut full length with large storm reversible col- lar, we have thrown this lot in with our regular to 525.00 coals and give you C 4 f Cfl choice for Saturday only, at I I .wU You will also, find some excellent values-in young girls'and ladies cloth, blanket Zebellne ami Chinchilla Coats. 1279 Pretty Dainty Tea Aprons at the Marvellous Price of 15c and 25c each This is the result another of our Cash Purchases made by our buyer in the cast. Dainty Tea Aprons, made of fine Lawn, trimmed with a nice Val. lace with small handkerchief 4 pocket, bib and long Strings at......... I W Another lino without, "bib, trimmed with more elaborate lace pocket and large wide strings, at 25 cents they are most bewitching and worth 2nc to Saturday, at 15c and Do you Want FURNITURE Well, no doubt, you know, everyone else does, that the Hill Company carries the largest Stock., Two whole Floors devoted to the display of Furniture and Carpets. PRICES LOWEST EVERY TIME The Big Store of Satisfaction Y Bank Case Gives Lawyers (Continued from front "Is not the green book rule that every customer of the bank has to sign a voucher as to tlie correctness of his balance before receiving bis pass-book ami cheques often aoglect- Mr. Doblo Is not prepared to admit this. "But would not tho pass-book, with cheques and voucher he Riven to a cleric of a firm having an account, to be signed by the principal, and brought back? Say, for instance, In the case of a mail like Mr. .N'olnn." Mr. Nolan objects lo his name being used, and suggests -Mr. Clarke, who, in turn, playfully n'sents. However, tho verdict of Manager noble is that if the rules anil regula- tions of tlie green hook were literally cairicd out, the bank could not suffer any loss. These little passages enliv- en tho tedium. Mr. Doble's Testimony Examined by Mr. Clarke, tlie lato manager of the Northern Crown Bank at Macleod, gave instances of. Ding- ham's falsifications in addition. On October 19, 1010. tlwrp Is an error of on the credit Mo; oil Novem- ber 4, there is an error of on the debit side; on January 12, on the 10th, anil so on. Bing- ham's plan seems to have been to re- fund to the hank when his specula- tions wheat went up, aiicl to take from the bank when there was a slump, falsifying the accounts accordingly. During the first month of the new hanager's regime he succeeded in robbing the bank on February 7, 1911, of and. as SIT. Doble admitted, fooled" even him for the time being. Golng'through the books, he ascertain- :d-that the total amount taken by Bingham during the time of Manager: Douglasr was showed errors in addition. Courteous in the manner of putting questions which might in their replies raise objections from the other side, Mr. Clarke takes his seat, and Mr. Woods proceeds to cross-examine. Mr.' Doble could not say that it was Jnce Binghnm's trial that instructions had been sent to managers not to al- low accountant-tellers to keep tho gen- eral ledger. Calling the cash book into the general ledger was insisted on by the bank. It 'was quite wrong for a teller to check his own books, also for ledger-keeper, j The deficit of 000, on February 21: would have been shown, if the practice of calling had been in use. Bingham had "cooked" the accounts to fool him, and had tempcTarily succeeded. He always looked to see if totals in cash and supplementary bqoks approximately tallied. If.the rules and regulations of the green book bad been strictly carried out, Biugham would have been discovered long ago. The bank will have some further rules to make alter this case, his Lord ship sententiously remarked. Mr. Woods: "Ought not manager: to check deposits to other Witness: "Yes, if the green hook- says so." Mr. Doble created some laughter in remarking that it was necessary for the general manager to initial all let- ters, but not for ordinary managers. If an accountant and teller worked to- gether, It would require the cleverest manager to find them out. Re-examined: A number of the rules of the green book, if broken, wouW not give a teller a loop-hole to steal. The errors In local bills would not be revealed by the checking between cash and supplementary books. If cash book had been checked 'with led- ger, the "cooking" would probably have been discovered. Inspector's Evidence Mr. Yuill explained to the jury the system of hank book-keeping. It was a most Important duty 6n the part o managers to atlil the cash book, for hj the falseness of the amount of the to tal, a teller can help himself to the cash. He found on. inspecting the boohs during the Uingham uefalca lions that false totals in cash 'book with the exception of a few smal items, tallied with the cash state ment, which showed that, the manager had failed to check same. There was no excuse for tire manager if there was a discrepancy between the two books. The manager had to put his initials to show 'that bo bad checked all vouchers, according to rule. It the manager's duty to open the mail. Under rules the teller should not call over his casli book with the manager. The inspector's evidence went on V- Night Classes Free Tuition for perfect attendance Your opportunity to MECHANICAL DRAWING TYPEWRITING AND STENO- GRAPHY. ENGLISH AND ARITHMETIC WOODWORKING COOKINll See Mr. Bailey, Central school at onco. Oineo open Friday and Suturday evenings. Phono YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD Extra Special for Saturday PICTURES DO only, regular price and ?4.00, to bo sold at Come early for a good selection. We also have a largo stock of Cocoa tlats. 25 PER CENT OFF For Saturday Only AT THE Alberta Outfitters Phono 1735 405-6th SL S. (Dominion Block) to show that if the rules of the green bcok were strictly carried out, it would by no means b-e easy for bank clerks to defalcate. Armistice Will be Carried on (Continued from front Bulgarian advance, and it is generally believed here' that the outbreak has disposed of the question of even a temporary occupation of Constantin- ople by the Bulgarian troops. It is thought unlikely that King Ferdinand of Bulgaria will risk the lives.of his soldiers in this1 way if he can avoid it. It is stated on good authority that cholera has already appeared among the Bulgarian troops. This would not be at all surprising, seeing that they occupy the positions where the disease claim-ad its first Turkish vic- tims. The Bulgarian army on Sunday last occupied the town of Derkos at tlie Black Sea end of the Tchatalja linos, and thus controls the 'water sup- ply of Constantinople. This, however, has not yet .been interfered with. London, Nov. announce- ment that the Bulgarians had -reached the vicinity of Kilios came in a single line telegram from Constantinople this afternoon. It lifts a corner of the veil which has been baffling observers for some days, regarding the movements of the victorious invaders hi front of the capital. Their appearance at Kilios shows that they managed to creep'around be- hind what is known, as the forest of Belgrade, on the outskirts of Constan tinople, and are now in close proximity to Therapia, the summer resort of the residents of Constantinople. From Therapia a -good road leads to within a few miles of Kilios. Nothing has yet. come to hand to show whether the Bulgarians at Kil are in strong force or merely a de- tachment of cavalry scouts blazing a new route of approach to the Turkish capital. There is a strongly defended fora but this construct- ed to defend the place from attack by sea, and may be open to assault on the land side. When you as careful kbout the .nit you HflC. AS you arc olwut tlic flour or baking powder I ns noor flrmr, in tiic kitchen ana cm lite table, UK Uic fine, pure 56. Unionists Going to put up Fight (Continued from front After the, preliminary singing ol "God Save the a wild outburst of cheering was evoked by the unfurl ing of a huge Ulster flag, 1-ant for the occasion by the Unionist clubs of Ul ster. The Marquis of Landsdowne was cheered when ,he arose to deliver his address. Ho bald: "The first Hem of the Unionist pol icy ia tariff reform. "If the Unionists win in the next el ectlon, as I believe they will, tho> must be free to raise taxation and to meet the enormous and grossly under estimated obligations they will In horlt." lionar Law concurred in Lori Lamlsdowne's proposals; but he sai< that the present duty of tho Unionist] is to oust the govern incut of gamblers and adventurers who, If they are allowed to complete their programme, will lead the coun- Iry to headlong ruin, Mr. Law's speech was mainly d A GREAT WEEK-END PROGRAM INCLUDING "LULU'S DOCTOR" A NOVEL "VITAGRAPH" DRAMA SATURDAY MATINEE The Katzen Jammer Kids SPECIAL FOR THE KIDDIES MAJESTIC THEATRE One Night Only, Sat., Nov. 16th JOHN C. FISHER PRESENTS The Greiteit Muiical Comedy Succcis Since His "Florodora" Red Rose Book and Lyrics by Harry B. and Robert B. Smith -Music by Bobert Hood Bowers. f Staged by R. H. Burnside Dances arranged by Jack Mason. ------WITH----- ZOE BARNETT A REAL ALL-STAR CAST Including the Original English Pony Ballet and tho'inost Intox- icatingly. Beautiful Chorus oE Dainty, Demure and Delightful sing- ing and dancing girls ever seen under one roof. DIRECT FROM THE GLOBE THEATRE, NEW YORK CITY Special Feature, "The Student's Glide" PRJCES: 75c, and 50c. Seats on Sale at Kenny Allin's Drug and Book Store voted to Irish Homo Rule and abuse of the government-for trampling on the minority; and th-e privileges of the members of .the House of Commons. He said that he did not try to uuiet tlie disturbance in the House yester- day, and never would try to quell an outbreak iu similar circumstances. If the government's motion had been oarrie'd, lie declared, the House would .have "been destroyed, and the oppo- sition would have shared in the re- jponsibility. The opposition, he said, would continue in its effort to wreck the Irish Home Rule Bill in the House .of Commons. The Unionists, Mr. Law said, in- tended to insist that the Home Rule Bill be submitted to the electorate of the U-nit-ed 'Kingdom, and thus pre- vent the degradation of the House of arid, what was worse, civil war. 'Tho bill is asserted the Unionist leader, "and Ulster will never submit." MUSICANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) Special Notice to Majestic Patrons Owing to the gorgeousness of "The Red Kose'.' production to be presented at the Majestic on Saturday next, the IGth insi, the management has ar- ranged to open the floors at 7.30, the curtain rising at S.30 prompt. A spec, ial feature will be the perfuming of the tlveatre hangings and programs with red rose leaves, perfume sup- plied by the Frank Ilcdley Drug Co. Reservations unless paid, for cannot he held after (I p.m. on date of per- formance, and those who have reserv- ed seats will please note to lake them up at or before that time in ord-er to ensure seats being reserved. The do. maml for seats is already large and patrons are strongly advised to se- cure seats early. Plan Is now open Ocean Steamship Ticket Agency LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Representing Can. Pac. Hallway Royal Mall Steamers. Canadian Northern Railway Royal Mall Steamers. Allan Lino Royal Mall Steam- White Star, Montreal, Quebec Boston, and Now York Service. Cunartl Line, New York, anfl Canadian Service. Donaldson Line, to and from Glasgow. Red Star, American line. French Line. Anchor Line. Hamburg America, Holland American. Russian American Scandinavian American And all other tranB-Atlantlo Steamship lines. Reduced mil faros, in connec- tion Information-as to arrival and departures of boats of tha various lines cheerfully given. Call or write. S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, C.P.R. Lethbrldot Hew Barnes Cos! Him Lump, Mine Bun o? Screenings, by the ton or carload lots. _ FHONE 147S. 0.0, B, at Kenny Allin's drug store. Man- ager Wilson personally advises all lovers of high class musical comedy to witness this performance as it is seldom such an enormous array of talent can be persuaded to come to LethbridBC. There' are 62 people in the cast.___________ WIIISKI Every young Lochinvnr, from the to tlm west. Along all the wide bo: vs this "mend" is host, WHITE HORSE WHISKEY ;