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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THB DAILY ITKIEAI i Monthly, Xovtiiiibfir 2 CLARKE CO. THE LADIES STORE Acadia Block Phone 435 Aftermath Of The Big Sale Hundreds of Remnants in various useful lengths Selling at fractional prices for the next three days. Ends of Dress Goods and Silks, Flannels and Flanneletts, Velours and Warapperette, Cottons and Sheet- ings, Linen and Damasks, Prints and Ginghams, Towelings, Sateens, in lengths that can be used to splendid advantage in many easy ways All marked without regard to cost and values, the object being to clear them out in the shortest possible time Sale of Millinery and Ready-to-wear continues till Thus. Night, Nov. 30 Choice of any Hat in the store, including all our handsomely (JJC CA trimmed shapes and beautifully made hats worth up to Lasi- C'all for Suits Coats losses All lines worth up to Other lines at similar worth up to Other lines at similar reductions. Vulus worth up to Other lines at similar reductions. THE FALL OF NANKING IS SURE Rebels Pouring Shells In- to Doomed 2500 Slain Nov. The ivliols Mirrhl purl of Ilio ciiy according. tojuBs f Nuiihlns ill agus rucol vud Ifrom up rlvur today following n dus- ijnicle which Iiiis' lioon riiglni; NERVOUSNESS AND DJfSPEPSIj CURED Br "fRIIIT-HIVBJ IIGREW FRUIT MEDICINE In Nervous Dyspepsia, the does not conic from the lint the latter trouble does come the Dysncpsiii. _ The stomach is network of nerrul Now if all thrac nerves are irritated bf improptrfoud, Unsly rating, orppisoni I by "uses from the constipated bowe' I then tlict will inalte'ouc nervous. Prui't-a-livM" cures both t. Nervousness and the Dyspepsia Ixxm "I'niit-a-livcs" cures stomaci] troubles, keeps the stomnch f dean, and enables you to eat and as you diil when a child. Sue. a box, 6 for (12.50, or trial nlzt.l 3jc. At all dealers, or from %.ives Limited, Ottawa. I since early Sunday. Tho towns com- capture is i......Inenl. It is still heavily bombarded I'roin lanil and !river sides. it is believod, I TURKS 'LOOKING FOR j will be practically tit-strayed. li-or 34 hours a rain of shells lias been pour- THE ITALIAN FLEET tl !e sides anil 1'roni robol warships in the river. Tho (juartt-.- already captured was I'otliKi in ruins. C'orpsei j torpedo boats which been Ren! out to leconnoUiM- in consequence o tbe report that the Italian warships Corpses, were scattered everywhere. ai-chipe.llBO, hav, It Is estimated 2500 pursons inside lo ,he Dardanelles. The: city have boon killed. Sovernl' lumdrod retools have fallen. The gar- iy signs of ,-essfis ill tile vicinity. The conceit- rison on Purple Hill showed no si.mis tho however, pro- at last accounts of surrondtiring. hn- periallsi soldiers will be massacred if DIRECTORY Phone Department Decid- es on Important Change in Interests of City Lethbridpe will have a telephone directory of its own within the next or ten days. W. J. Harmer. as- Fistant superintendent of the govern- ment telephone system. was in the city today making arrangements to set the new book printed, and the staff at the local ollico is busy at pres- ent getting out Its new list, with all the changes and additions. Twfivc hundred copies will printed, j Speaking of the decision of the! government to get out a new direct- ory here, .Mr. Harmer stut-od that ho: believed thai more than ball' of the trouble experienced by subscribers ivottld he overcome when the new list in the hands' of the subscribers. As it is now there are probably three or four hundred changes and addi- tions which, are not In the hands of ihe subscribers, necessitating the call- ing of information every -time one wishes to ring some of those not in- cluded. This results in about 20ft calls for information daily, which the equipment which has been in use up to the present time, makes the 'surface slow? A re-organization nf the telephone rystcm will take place after the be- ginning of tile new year, which is espectsd -to materially benefit tho service. A drrectory department will be added, whoso, duty will be to keep tho directories right-tip to date. A provincial directory will be publish- ed on January 1st and July 1st of each year, white In some of the larger cen- .tres including Lelhbridse a local di- rectcry wii'J be published on March 1st and Sapt. 1st, giving all tho larger ci'ties a complete directory with all 'cnanges and additions made every three months. However, Bio work of preparing the l-othbridgc. directory will be proceed- ed with without delay and will be in ihe hands.of the subscribers shortly. The provincial direcion- will also be distributed shortly after1 January 1. SOME.. AMO rr UKE. f CKABM. SMITH LOST IN needing along -.'he Dardanelles and at neighboring points. The force they fall Into the rebels' hands alive liB conmmncl o( minister of and evidently feel that they might as aiitl General rell die fighting. Coneral Wong of j rorgut. -Paslm. ivho carried out WINNIPEG LIVE STOCK PRICES FROM RICE A WHALEV Winnipeg, Nov. stock fig- urea for" the past week were: HeceipU: Past Cattle Calves" week 5002 515 Prev. weok 37RO 34 ti Mops.......... 2502 93fi Sheep......... 3064 51.1 The receipts this week" have been quite liberal, especially ao when tak- into consideration -the fact that the supply has been all sale stock, ami the majority'of the offerings of the common and medium order. The few good cattle here met with a fair- ly good oul'lei, the, best selling price from 4.85 to p.OO, with a few at 5.10. Since tho firfit-of the week this de- mand for the good cattle has not been A Clearance Sale at the Unity Store from Nov. 27th to Dec. 2nd 10 IHT rent, mlm'tion on Groccrieg, and 20 per rent, on Dry Goods. The entire stock la new and up to date. If you want to get real bargains, come early and avoid tho rush, as everyone will this opportunity to lay in n winter supply at the remarkably low 1 prices. The Unity Store PHONE 465. 1401 5TH AVENUE NORTH; quite as Keen, and prices have been lowered 10 -to 15 cents on these grades. The Eastern markets are Quoted 15 to cents lower on all classes, and this has the effect of weakening prices on our best cattle. Local packers are over supplied wh'h common and medium cattle at. the present time, and it is on this ac- count that the trade on --these kinds is t decidedly glow and draggy, and hard sell at anything- like coun- try prices. Common aluff is off a trong 50 cents per hundred, and the medium grades 25 -to 40 cents per hundred from ten days ago. We would advise our shippers to be very ii] until the present ov-sr sup- ply ig cleaned up, as crowding the market here will only cause present low values to be forced .to a lower: basis. quote as follows, deliver- ed, fed and watered: Choice export s-teors ami heifers, 85 to 15.00; fair to good export steorH Riui heifers -I.iiO vo ;l.7fi; host butcher steers and heifers, i-1.50 to 1-1.75; me- Jdium butcher'steers nnd 00 to common bivichcr steers and heifers, to best ex- j j I port cows, to 14.26; bout butch- er cows, to "m-cdium but- cher cows, to 'minors, J2.50 to host bulls, p.2o to fiO; common bulls, to bent and feeders, In light stockers, S3.00 to choice ilkers and springers, to 0; common to medium milkers and springers, to The hog market has again develop- ed a Ut'tlfi stronger feeling and the good hogs yofrtorcJay and today sold at 8 cents. Packers are cutting some on rough heavy hogs and stags, and shippers should be careful in buying these. The calf market is about a quarter lower than last week, with the best heavy calves selling from tp 5.50, and light, handy calves and choice veals from 5.75 to C.OO. Moat, of the offerings of sheep and lambs luive been .direct ,Io the pack- ers from Montana and bth-er western points. The few on sale have been n small bunches. The best cheep flailing from 4.75 to 5.00, and the best ambs from 5.50 to 8.00. SIX WRECKERS BLOWN UP Cleveland, Nov. Florida wreckers were blown tip yesterday while attempting (0 sccura a box of explosives, pr.rt of a cargo on Uie steamer Joachim which went ashore Nov. 22 off Atwqotl Key. This Infor- mation was conveyed in a message from the !.ioachinr which waa picked up by one of the wirclcss-.sta- tlong born tonight, IiniTOr TA iniAITmr ithe WJIS stages of the recent campaign HUUMi IU AuJUuKN xaiuhon on OVER THE HOLIDAY jlMirryhig plans r i against :i nioveinent Hopes of Sh ort Session Seen to be at Vanish- ing Point Ottawa, Nov. members or the House of Commons arc opposed Uo the proposal to adjourn us early as "Dec. 7th, particularly those Eroui the west and maritime provinces. They fail tp see why the Dominion house should adjourn because of an elecilon in Ontario. The western members say they have closed up their homes and 'taken permanent residence in the capital Cor th-a winter months and they favor a short recess, and as -early 'a prorogation of parliament as pos- sible. Many would like to see the house prorogue about Dec. 20Ui -and i a iV3w session open early in March, but their hopes are. not likely to be frontier of Montenegro. REDUCE NUMBER ON COMMITIEES Ottawa, Xov, work of the select committee of i the House of Commons along the linos -suggested hy Premier ttorden land which provides for a reduction in i membership of the committees, is be- iing considered by the special commit- i tee of the .house named 'to strike the j standing committee. In the last two years -the machin- isits har-e had 152 strikes, and the great majority of thes'j were won. Ohio contains unionists. Now York has union printers. There are lOfi unions in the He- brew trades of -New York. TRAGIC TO A BARROOM FIGHT Maliiiix, X. S., Nov. 26. Lewis McLaren, n( Prince Edward Island, was insUiitly killed at Reserve .Mines, C. H-, iliis aftonioon, by iittiniuti Hiipiisio, an Italian miner. The men had been drinking and McLar cu sinick Baptisto, who, left the room coining back in a few mimiies with a revolver. Flu fired two shots at Mc- Laren, both entering the head. Future .Sailings MONTREAL.QUESEC-LIVERPOQL Lake Manitoba ......Th'ur. Oct. 12 Empress of Ireland ...FrI, Oct. 20 Lake Champlein ....Th'ur. Oct. 26 Empress of Britain Frl. Nov. 3 Lake Manitoba .......Thur. Nov. 9 Hrnpress of Ireland ...Frl. Nov. 17 Lake Champlain ....Thur. Nov. 23 Last sailing from St. Lawrence ports. Excursion Rates NOV. 10th to DEC. 31st Christmas Ships ST. JOHN LIVERPOOL Empress of Britain Dec. 1 Lake Manitoba .....'...Sat. Dec. 9 Empress of Ireland ....Fri. Dec. 15 i Bertli Keservations and Details from your Local AKent. or write J. S. CARTER, Gcn'i Agent, 450 Main Street, Winnipeg, Man, THE FAMOUS SHOE The makers of the famous "Queen Quality" Shoe for women usher in the Autumn and Winter season with new models unsurpassed for style, fit and workmanship.' _.-_ Smart original designs'with the distinctive touches that have linked the words Queen Quality" with the best in women's footwear are here in profusion, at moderate prices.' _ It will be a pleasure to show you these beautiful new styles while our stock is at its best. Why not see them vi SOLE AGENTS W. J. NELSON CO. The Foot Toggery ;