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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETllTWlHOE DAILY Saturday, Xovcmlier 15, A Our Big Stock is going, as all of Le'hbridge's citizens are taking advantage oi the Great Bargains we are ottering. The Goods have positively got to go. Hereunder are a few more interesimgiteny Men's Furnishings Mail's Filk Hose. asserted Kesu'.ar C5c. for Men's Kmbruidered fash-niorr Hose. Uvular 75c for Ma's Buck reeubr 35f, Four pair for T Kuil Mufflers, colored borders. Rejoilur Jl.CO for L> Men's Wool Mills. Itesra-Isr 35c tor i-atr Jor Underwear Sil'-c and CcmWua- Veils, Ions slrevos t'o-.is long sleeves ar.d hijn hic'a A reg'Jlar neck.' A wsular 53 ti.J ll-W for for l} AH vnwL Al! wool CoiaWBitlons. law A fl.io SI. 30 short sleovcj, knea vest for A regular <-i Unwrers lo match. for He-ivy Cotton Vests, wbii. Combinations, low Ions sleeves and. neck, short sleeves; ankle neck. A 50c quality -j-e Ic-ns'fc- A OJ in for Barnmat for Urawsis, to match. Sa'tn Underskirts Special in Black and Colors Underskirt for and Shoes 1 idles' Black SueJe Bat- Men's Patent liluclier, dull ton. A 10.00 New lop. A fina 56.00 York shoe tor shoe for Ladies' Patent Button. A Wucllcr. A J3.53 Sew shoo idles' Patent Button, a for 5555 Fawn Cloth Top Slice Men's Uun Metal Button. A line 45.00 shoo Vslr !or anj'sw'inotal toclllicr lace MM'S Shoes Equally bu'.lon. ductj AtL MISSES', YOUTHS', AND- CHILD-REN'S SHOES REDUCED from to Ladies' Hand Bass Purchase these for Christmas Presents Three -Seal Coat liass. SiJto for T Two Kusela Leather IJass, complete; nuvcltf worth 07.50 for Six Head Uags. Oriental style, worlli ill 51.60 for Six Women's Seal Shopping Hags, gill frame. Worth I9f- S7.00 Our Whole Stock on The Go. THE BENTLEY COMPANY, LIMITED AND NOW BRINGS C.P.R.'s TREAT KENT TO ATTENTION' OF RAILWAY COMMISSION Oilawa, Oat., NOT. ]5.-Wten'.. the railway' commission meets cere on Tuewiay, toe roil- way will'be required to justify ike 'tclion ol one oi its ccr.diictors ti-ho lefnsri a in.a tourist -car .on the Imperial limited, to a holding a Jirii-ciass .ticiet, payment oi a parlor car seat charge, .__Tha- passenger _ in question was a FalTalioa Army oRicer connected with the He boarded the Imperial linjHtd recent- ly at Medicine Hat to go to Regiria, and as was r.o fiist-elass day rcncc ca the train he loot: a the to'Jrist car. The car conductor demanded payment for a 'parlor cjr seat. This was pa'.i! hy 'the officer, later laid-the case before 'the railv.ay commission. 1 It is the Canadian Ha- icllic raihvay will argia; that the Ipeml HniiUi not ri'n ior ILecon- U-EEtore oi the people, travelling short distances b'.it is exclusively ipr tie bng d sLsncc passengers r'eqju- reg to use a sleeping c.ir...Tte com- ipanr mciotams that there are other j trains run at convenient times for use ot the pisEengeraj tmrejljng THE FREIGHTER CLEVELAND cred to he of a second-class stnnd- .Voting.on the Canada act in Welland, Peel and liuron' has been from November !i as announced last week, to Jinuary 29. Late Huron "near the St. Clalr River with twenty sutlers aboard. Th'i's was one of the rebels lost in the bts gate of Satday and ilcnday, N ovember Slh and lOlli. You casr.c t alf c f hMdachta. Keadache Waters your WIEJUGREE used which Mrs. Lloyd had testified to, ami '.did -not'see any reason why they should rot bo brought together asain. _ His tordship accordingly patch up their differences which he thought hod iieen.aggravated .by a sister ol the plaintiff. Hia Lordship also Flrongly urged' upon counsel for both parties 'the the sako of the children, be a horrible thing." sa His' Lordship, "it these people n parted for tbe rest of their life." L. H; Putnam appeared for Mr l.loVd and H. H.- Roberts Ior the hu Case From Coieman Heard in Supreme Court at Macleod 'A SURE WOMEN-S ORANGK LILT certain cure .for- ali disorxJfers of-ircir.ea--It-la .tppHea, fecattj ati3 la Inlo. :sTjfreripB The dfttr] ivasle" rnaller In the mcaial" and pii'vElcil 're- -'aiid' pre snJ and tht- circuUtlon la 'rcriitrerJ coriaaL BS thle irtaiment la Vaetd on sir Ici- ly prlntfiple-i, on Ite actual location of the d'sfcaii. It help b'Jt t fleet a cure'of all .form.! of Including deV.ot-3 arid' falnful falllnr o( the. clc. Price.'I1.CO p-r tox. which la suSlcieat lor or.t month's ireal- rr.fnL A Fret Trial cr.o-jsh' for 10 worUi .-Trill be sent .Tret to any. surftrinr For.Sale by Leading Druoglits Everywhere Mficleod, Nov. sordid tale of domestic was. unColded ID the supreme'court on Tuesday and Wednesday, action for judic- ial scparaiiOQ was heard. The actfoD was by Mary H. Lloyd asalnat her husband, Thom- as Lloyd, a miner at Coleman. Some evidence was Mrs, :aUted Ibat since date Iicr-hUEbana had not given hor one cent.for the support of her- self, and tlie aUhoygb zi the time she-left, he was earning on average, ol from ?150 to S200 per month. Evidence "tearing" on the assault was also given by Mrs. Lloyd's broth- er pad sister. In his evidence the husband abso- lutely denied tbat he committed tlie aB33ulla complained of and said that Ma wife possessed a very had temper and "was constantly- nagging at him. He, however, admitted in'cross-exam- ination that on February. i_3, be was given ia the case, vrhich disclosed coavlctcd1 and fined- and costs for foultR on both sides; and at the assault on his tluajon of the caee His Lordship made I Responsible citizens As A WII keep the recollections more rMi. aEii comfort minj a locely l.oar of wnaralfon. sluSio exceptionally equipped for fins portrait See our fire light ricturcs fn" sliow COEC. Make ao appoiutnieat Allison Photographer In Your Town BALMORAL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE Art Needlework and Embroidery ARNIVAl. OF NEW GOODS a strong appeal to counsel for both hian and wife to every effort to up the quarrel. In givlug evidence.Mrs. Uoyd tTforc that for some considerable" time her husband ha-i illtreated'.her, but the climax came on February 12, last, when he struck her several blows in the face and lacked her ia Ihe body and pulled her through the house hy the hair. In consequence of this uc-atment j and threats to kill her, she loft him! tbat titeht, taking with her the.two j children of raLrriage and went to reside her brother who lives a Jfe-rV hundred yards away, and bad been living with him ever since, iA'JEJIUTIFOLVBttY Wonderfully Oilny PiA On A Will Kniwn Toti. Mra. B. Warner 32 WiaoifttJ Ave., ToiontOjInVfrilhiRalxjntNcave'al'oo'l, says, "I hive used Mcave'sl-'ccd for mj biby and.lt hia ogrccd when vtcrjMot Iwr. since I stirlnl giving it toiia." Mr. A. J. Forgne, Irfbclle Street, iloatrcal, writes, under date 13 Ott; little diughttf, bota Aug. I5th., likts Xcavet Food very much. il I Wmcfc tt M." Mrs, J, Fallen ofWIiitbr, liyl "KMve'a i-'ood it Uic enlr lhal hu little Vy. 5M lai his is firmer, jince Ukiog :tt." Kearre's Fowl Ite stitdird 'infant'! in Great Briuin for more than Vfolktn tnti prospective mothers mijr obuitl free tin of Keave'j Food a About writing TiAmo Ullcj, M ?rrat Street Hast, Toionto, ulio ii the Agent for Cf.na'li. (it'eitlltn this pilfer.) Footi is sold in 1 Ib. lir fight tim hy ill in t) were also called, and gave (he defendant an ci- celEeal character. At ibe ctose of the csae His-Lord ship sai'l that he was obliged .to bold that there were faults on both sides and he did cot think tb'e violence When you go tp a dealer s store to hear attdfiograph be sure you hear an Edison Phoi Miss E. W. Filmer AT BAWMBN BROS., HULL BLOCK. If you do not hear an Edison you do not hear a phonograpn. There is only one Edison and only one Phonograph bearing his name. The Edison Mr. Edison's own personal achievement He in- vented it and he perfected it, He is responsible for its clear, lifelike musical Blue Amberols, unbreakable, playing four minutes and lasting a lifetime. He has produced the; indestructible .-diamond reproducing point, that never needs changing. Hehasrecently perfected thisnewcabinet model thingof beauty in itself and a marvel of musical perfection, Hear this new model. Hear the new Blue Amberol Records, embracing EJUon Araberok VI CXiraord PobitPtpfo. ilia; Po wcihil S pmg Mofoc. PUyi El-J t Ar.lt rel evei QAINTV SILK CREPE DE CHIrVE NIGHTDRESS In puro s'rlk crepo de< chine, tlmpte design, hand ditching, antf crlchet and pocket, it can be 'aait In pink and irything worth while in'the field of instrumental A COMPLETE LINE OF EDISON. PHONOGRAPHS AND RECORDS WILL BE KOUND AT THE PEOPLE'S DRUG COMPANY 328-13th Slreet North 'Phone 445 ;