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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Pnjre 8 TTTE 5 DAILY HERALD Friday, November GRAND OPENING SALE Our Grand Opening Sale with the greatest bargains in the history of Lethbridge is now in full swing Hiuulrods of people have already taken advantag of us "Tutit money-saving oppor- tunities. Earo-iiin news is all jrootl news it travels fast, ilmr's why we. have been so busy dur- ing this sale. Have you taken advantage ol tins great opportunity! If not, why not! COMF, TXXOW A Hat or Cap Free with Every Suit We have a splendid selection of Men's Suits In English Tweeds and Serges, In all shades and styles inducement for SATURDAY we will include HIM. purchase of a suit, a good lint or cap. worth up to 53.00. Prices in Suits Halite from to A Pair of Socks Free with Every Pair of Shoes Our selection in Men's Shoes includes the famous Ames-Holden make These are without a doubt the best shoes on the market today. lu the very latest styles with swing last and good strong soles, bluclier .cut, in black or tan. As a -special inducement for SATURDAY we will include free with" every purchase of shoes, a good pair of socles worth 50 cents MUSIC ANDDRAMA (Conducted by FIDELIO) pair. every purca air. Prices Haiig-e from up to pail1. Here is an Opportunity to Buy Negligee Shirts at a Big Saving A nobby shirt adds to a man's appearance. We have a large and most complete line of stylish novelties which you can procure if you take advantage of this sale, at a big reduction in prices. All made of excellent woven madras, some in white ground with colored stripes, others in dark stylish effects. Not an undesirable style patterns or coloring in the entire offering. gone. Men's Sweater Coats Come, now for at the prices (.hey will soon be all _ _ v Ol The Season of Chan- ges How About Underwear With the winter here you will need 'some warmer nuderwear, now is your opportunity to pur- chase at'a great money saving price. Full range of sizes. Pure Woo! Underwear.. per garment........ Pcnangle Heavy Fleece- per garment.. Men's Hats and Caps We have a splendid selection of Men's hats and caps, stiff and scft. hats, and lined caps for winter wear. All sizes. Prices range from (60c) up.. Men's Sheep Skin Lined Coats We have a large range of ?il en's heavy duck sheepskin lined coats with leather edged pockets and strong fasteners. This makes a splendid coat for all kinds of rough outdoor work. Prices each, and up. Also a line of Corduroy Heavy Coats for "Mitts and Gloves Hens' Horsehide Mitts and Gloves, ail wool lined, some knitted wrist band, well made and durable. Full range of sizes. COME IN EARLY FOR THEY ARE SELLING AT COST. Men's Sweater coats, just the very thing for out door wear during this cold weather. All sizes. Prices range from 75 cents up A big line of Cordigan Jackets at WE ARE-AGENTS-FOR THE FAMOUS PEABODY OVERALL FOR MEN AND CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH ANY SIZE. WHEN PURCHASING OVERALLS COME IN AND SEE US. The Lethbridge Clothing House Note the new Address Sam Sadowski, Prop. Cor. 5th St. and 4th Ave. [Sinnott Block] Mlsi Eva Mylott at the Majestic An. audience not quite up to the number which the ooc.usion warrant etl greeted Miss Kva Mylott on liei first appearance in Lethbridso. The singer created a most favorable I in pression, her beautiful contralto voice -being: heard to advantage In the numbers selected. These she rel1 djired with a mastery of means, an In- sight and an intense feeling which remained a delight with an appreciat- ive audience. Among the outstanding impressions of the evening wore the Hedor of Schumann, and the ".Meeting of the while with infinite pathos and beauty of tone she sang "Th Cry of Rachel." -Miss Mylott Is possessed of a rich voice, with si nuissivp tono which she kept in wonderful control. As a ft eircore she rendered with superb charm "Home Sweet admir- ably conveying the feeling of Hie s< which is ever a favorite 'when render- ed by a true artiste. Miss HildaAitlven proved a skilled accompanist, mid also in delightful manner contributed the Maori song which claimed an enccre. Mr. Rhynd Jiimieson took a part in the program, and snug wiih effect "Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind." He i rendered his SOUKS with excellent dic- tion and a pliant response to the I character and mood of each number. Fine Week-End Program at Starland For the special week-end program at Sta-rland a number of excellent at- tractions have been booked, which jwill, combined, fully realize the ex- pecLctlons of all Starland patrons. Foremost on the program is'a mag- nificent Edison production, "Hearts and a photoplay conceded to be- one of the. best'efforts of this famous company. The comedy ele- ment is well taken care of in the LU- bin funmaker ''The one of the .most ludicrous farces im- aginable. "Saved by forms the balance of the dramatic end of the program, and with another In- teresting educational subject, "Pets of the Cairo there is left little to be desired on this most excellent pro- gram. The most daring wild animal picture ever taken will be shown at Starland shortly, in the offering of the big fea- ture "The Lion's Revenge." j Tonight the management of this I cozy and popular' theatre are present-, ng to their patrons an Exceptionally I well balanced programme. The head- MORRIS THEATRE FIREMEN'S FUND BENEFIT The Season's Most Elaborate Musical Offering Hallowed Concert Company ASSISTED BY J. Lester Haberkorn, Baritone A Musical Festival of Standard Overtures, Characteristic and Des- criptive Masterpieces. Popular and Standard Selections. Friday, November 29th Admission MEN and BOYS who like real comfort as well as warmth in their underwear should buy Tiger Brand Underwear Not only is it made from soft elastic-ribbed fabric that is unshrinkable, but the garments are always shapely and faultlessly finished. ine among: the three excellent pic- lures, perhaps, being "The Bandit of Point Long.." a western story taken along the southern coast of California. An Eclair mirth provoker, "The Act- ress Pulls the is full of splendid situations, and is bound to please; "The Voice of a fhanhouser feature is surely good, both as a dramatic masterpiece and a moral play. Watch for announce- ments next week. This will be feature week, "Virginias" and "Robin Hood" ieing among the two- and three-reel .reductions. NEW SENATORS INTRODUCED Ottawa, Nov. the Upper House, two members, Senator Patrick I E. Murphy, of Tignish, P.E.I., and Sen-j ator Win. .McKay, of Reserve B.C., were introduced, and took their seats. WILL BE WEST VESSEL ON CLYDE CUNARD COMPANY PLACE AN OR- DER FOR ANOTHER HUGH "FLOATING PALACE" London, Nov. to a recent announcement Scott's Ship- building and Engineering Limited, Greenock, have contracted -with the Cunard line to build anoth- er large twin screw passenger steam- er. The new vessel will be larger than the two which Messrs. .Scott are now building [or the Cunard com- pany, and it is understood that she will be the largest yet built in the lower reaches of the Clyde. TODAY AND TOMORROW FOUR CLASSY FEATURES "Hearts and Diamonds" A DRAMATIC GEM 'The Honeymooners' AN AVALANCHE OF FUN "Pest of the Cairo Zoo" INTERESTING TRAVELOGUE 'Saved by Telephone' GREAT DRAMA Coming Soon: "The Lion's Revenge" A feature we arc not afraid to boost. Positively the most start- ling, daring and wonderful wild animal picture ever attempted. Wo are going to boost it to the fullest extent, for know that when yon have seen it, you will bo 'satisfied to say you have never before seen anything to compare with it. Watch .for the -exact date, and Don't Miss it. SOCIALIST LECTURE Monarch Theatre North Lcthbridge Sunday, Dec. 1st At S o'clock Speaker Miss 8. Muscatc Subject' Past, present, and future for the workina; class. THE FOOT TOGGERY D. M. [LION VIMS. A, McKillop is the new presi of the Board of Trade, vice E.! -uimingharu resigned. II. denj. A. C H. Elton, chairman of the pub- licity committee, has been appointed vice president, filling' the vacancy caused by the election of Mr. lie- Kiilop as president. The election of new officers to fill the vacancies was one of the most important matters taken up at the regular weekly meeting of the execu- live council last night, and the above selections were made by the unanim- ous vote of the The new president occupied the ciiair immed- ENJOY GOOD HEALTH AND SPIRITS Y DRINKING WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS It Is not. only the ntoat wholesome spirit obtainable as a stim- ulant for general UEC; ii has a benelicitil effect upon the liver kidneys, and other organs as a pick-me-up tonic or digestive. Wolfe's Schnapps IB always opportune. is superior in every way to ordinary gin. OBTAINABLE AT ALL, HOTELS AND 'RETAIL STORES HUDSON BAY go. DISTRIBUTORS lately after the election. The meeting last night was taken up almost wholly with railway mat- ters. The secretary stated that- he had been asked by Supt. Price'of the' C, P. R. at Calgary to arrange a meet, j ing between himself and the beard! executive for this afternoon at 3.301 to discuss grievances which aave been i aired at recent meetings of Oie board.; These grievances were discussed in i detail so that the executive could pre-: sent a strong case. The board com- mented that the officials of the com- pany 'were willing to meet them when [they found that criticism through the j j proper channels had been made. I The .Montreal Board cf Trade wrote I r.sking for ihe support of the local j toard in the matter of a uniform Canadian solvency law covering all I j provinces. This was rt'errcd to the J wholesale section, John Hcnie chair- j man. Mr. McKcovvn Resinns The resignation of A, H. McKe-own, who goes to Rod Dec-.- as publicity commissioner, 'was also rf-ad r.nd ac-! i c-fiptcd, and the thanks and jroorj j wishes of the beard tentiercd to Ihe j j retiring chairman of ihe municipal i committee. H was also deeded to change the fiscal year of the Board of Trade lo end Dee. 31 than -Ian. as iiyittioiore. It uoiif-Jfiti v.itii 'he city fiscal ytar. Notice of motion I.Tf.vMins for 'he will be given at a special meeting of the full board j called [or next Thursday evening, i Chairman McKeown, of the muni- j cipal committee, reported that 'with reference to tho level crossing at I.lth street, it would bo in order for the [if-.v protection of ;ill h'afiic that SHIPS shnnld bf. established, ami the cros-int; properly gturdod. The board follow Hit- insittcr up the rifihl and if the in coiitiinml for one nion- yrrnr, will osta'hlislujcl for the SHOE SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Extraordinary Values in Black Calf Butt Shoe with Solid Sole and Heel, New Last, Regular Grade, Special Also Tan Calf Butt, Regular Grade, Special 3.95 Black Calf Blu., Stylish Toe and Heel, Solid Heavy Sole and Heel, Regular Special 3.95 Also in Tan Calf Blu., Regular Grade, Special 3.95 Women's Pat. Butt, Specials 4.00 4.50 Gun Metal 4.00 4.50 Tan Call Men and Women's Specials in Wool, Cosy House Slippers at 75c. These are a Snap While They Last ;