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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta iiO, 1W2 TTTE .fi DAILY HKKALD Macleod's Crash Price Hale The Crash Price Sale Our are unequalled, and should attract everyone anxious to save from 25 per cent, to 50 per cent KEMEMBEH this sale is put on before the (told weather sets in, not in January or February, as in most eases. Moreover we have a very larj-'e Stock, the largest we ever carried, and by far excecrthif; any other in Lethbridgc, if not in Alberta. MEN'S SUITS 150, all sixes, in navy, worsted and assorted colored tweeds- worth up to Crash Trice 433 assorted Tweeds, Cheviots, and Worsteds. Sizes 36 to 44; reg- ular Crash Price 419 brand new hand tailored navy and black worsteds, Scotch and Imported Tweeds. All sixes. Worth'up to 760 High class custom tailored suits in the newest colors and fabrics. "Style and other well-known Regular to 130.00 13. 14. 95 50 95 FUR-LINED OVERCOATS All wool black Beaver Shell, Ger- man Otter collar, Marmot lined. A great money saver, worth Fine all-wool broadcloth shelf, Muskrat lined, Otter and Persian Lamb collars..' A fine coat, ular for.....'...-.. No. 1. Hadesfield Shell, Labrador Otter Collar, Eastern arid Rus- sian rat lined. Al tailoring, and worth up to 1110.00 for FURS Black China "Dogskin, IsT.o. 1 Ital- inn quilted lining, leather arm O 00 Kcgular Crash I A protectors. Trice Black and Erown Siberian Horse full furred, with Astrachan col- lar, oil tanned, and No. 1. skins; regular 635.00 for 'So. 1. Eacoon Coat, full furred, Northern skins, natural color, roll and notched collars. Worth up to Crash price A great snap in Coon Skin .Coats, just four, and worth today whole- sale more than we ask. Ben-ular S150.00. Crash Price SHEEP-LINED COATS Heavy brown duck, leather pro- tected pockets a n d annholcs. Heavy sheep skin Regular for............. English Whipcord, Corduroy and Duck, sweater protected neck wool wristlets, reinforced pock- els and unnholes. Full furred, large, sheep-skin lined, regular to 112.00, for Our best American and English Corduroy, Irish Freize and No. 1. Regulation Khaki. Fly best sheep-skin lining, Wombat, Muskrat and Oppossum collars. Regular to 5. 50 50 9. i rothers Macleod's Crash Price Sale The Great Clothiers of the Great West Fifth Street Lethbridge London, Nov. the cast end of London contains a largo population "lik-h never becomes naturalized, is indicated by the fact that in the Whitechapel district, where Sir Stuart Samuel may be compelled to stand for re-election because of the dealings of his hank with the supply of silver coinage for India, in a population of there are only electors. This means that there are thousands of Jews and other foreigners in the district who remain permanently an alien population. It is believed that Sir Stuart Samuel will have no diffi- culty In retaining the Bent which he won by a majority of BOO at the last election. A Holiday Present A- photograph is at all times a prized asset and as a holiday gift ij most acceptable. Tide's Phonographs are flic result of tlic best efic.rts in .attaining best perfection p'os- sible: If -you want photos for G'biistrnas, come at once as the time is very limited and we do not want to disappoint, any Third Ave. BeslcJf baptist Church Macleod's Crash Price Sale EFFORT TO CULTIVATE INDUS- TRY IN DOUBTFUL PROBLEM Colombo, Ceylon, Nov. Mr. Hag. onback, of Colnetty, has imported two American ostriches as au experiment and 1ms Installed th-sin in a run be- j hind his bungalow. If tin; birds do 1 v.'ell it is understood to bo his inten- lion to start a syndicate to run an os. trich farm, or else to get tho govern- ment to take the matter up. Ostrich farming pays well in Australia, Am- erica and Madagascar, and Mr. Hag- cnbeck believes that it will pay well in Ceylon provided that the climate suits the -birds. It tboy do not sot on j well In Colombo, he intends to send inc'm v.p country to see whdther they will do better there. FEES ABOLISHED UNDER STATE AMENDMENT CARRIED IN VOTE Mutton, Messrs. F Cowan, i1 IlriKp, Hi-. Adan-, .sonrrnii, (.-lair, HII-.- Mci'iiltcu-h. llallidny, When ml, it hunting rabbits Dr. W. .1. Wasapa Peacli, Out., shot P. v.'ciphing tv. o hur, Madison, Wis., Nov. the four constitutional amendments voted up- on Nov. 5th, three carried, woman sat- frage alone bcic-g defeated. The ofilc- j ial vote on suffrage was for and against. The amendment providing for payment 10 supreme and circuit court Judges of Wisconsin of ?1500 annually in lieu of fees carried j a plurality of 9090. The other amendments provide for restricting the power of cities in ?nii- tracting debts, and the acquisition by the state or any cf its cities .of land for tho establishment of public parks, playgrounds and public buildings. Wint'lipslrr i and N'o. d an attempt was lie train by ronMiv- in.- i Chiio Fond Charlie, don't yon tidiuli-c my noiv itiamma, H'y benn-i iii'i-i." Chavllc. all tin; i i I'm- by a jioor '.vorm." you mean MR. LAMBERT'S NEW HOUSE AT MACLEOD IS MAGNIFICENT- ANNUAL TOWN MEETING Maclcod, Nov. Sil.-Oco. I'eawon, o! Stand-on, only son of tlie famous trader and fanner, was married Wed- nesday evening to Sadie, eldest daughter of E. McNeill, a wealthy farmer of Stand-off district. Tho happy cauplc left tho next morning to spend (heir honeymoon at The social event of the season was the "At Home" given by Mrs, ,1. S. Lambert in her beautiful new home on .River street and Third avenue. It is one. and a half years since this home was begun, and needless to say, is tho best the country materials and workmanship. H is a combination of English, Swiss ami Canadian architecture. No expense has been spared to make it'llm home of greatest conveniences and comfort, that .Southern Alberta has yet seen. It overlooks the river on the north view, and From the east windows can be seen the beautiful valley, and hills, while the old_river slowly finds its way among the.trees, and is lost to view only as it winds among some of the many farm homes, nest- ling along the banks in some little, nook. J Precisely at 4 p.m. the visitors be- gan, anil until 6 o'clock the winding way to the house was not vacant, j Everything was in keeping with tlie' surroundings, and all were high in their praises of the best at home; yet, I The annual public meeting of the ratepayers was well attended. Many questions relating to various subjects of expenditure were asked and an- swered by the mayor and council to the entire -satisFaclion ol the ques- tioner, j So satisfied were tiie large crowd that they were unanimous in a vote of thanks and confidence in the retir- ing council. The financial statement was such as to place the town in the lead of all western towns, as to im-, provEments and financial standing.' The meeting was such as to vouch Mayor Stednran another term. FOR A REFRESHING BEVERAGE, A MILD STIMULANT, A STRENGTHENING TONIC, DRINK "ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER IT A BEER OF DELICATE QUALITY-RICH NOT HEAVY. IT AGREES VVITH EVERYONE BECAUSE IT IS PURE, MILD, PROPERLY AGED. GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" FLAVOR, AND LEARN HOW DELICIOUS IT IS. BOTTLED AT THE BREWERY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 BAD MEN WHO DID OVER HUN DRED ROBBING STUNTS Chicago, Nov. men, be lieved to have committed more thai: a hundred 'burglaries in Chicago re cuntly, were arrested here yesterday Their headquarters were raided and a large quantity of plunder, varying from lead pipe to diamond rings of large value, was recovered. Sixty pawn tickets were among the pro- perty iound. The men are all mid 20 years of age a-ud gave their names as Harry flegman, Edward Dalll ami Christopher Juel. The police Jearned that a vacant louse, recently robbed of its fittings, vlilch were prcbably carried away in n delivery 'wagon, was traced and found in an expressman's yard. The expressman said that he often i-ented Every "Baled Havana has a flavor all Its cnvn rich full flavor, but mild withal. There is nothing harsh about Baled Havanas BECAUSE THEY ARE MADE FROM SELECTED HAV- ANA, IMPORTED DIRECT FROM USA MAKE SURE OF "HE NAME '.TAMPED ON ACH CIGAR, AND 'OU MAKE SURE F A PLEASANT MOKE KATE TO THROW AWAY 'HE STUB UN- iS YOU HAVE ANOTHER STAMP- I HAVANA" IN f YOUR POCKET FOR XMAS PACKAGES. Jose Gaste Company Manufsclurars of Baled Havanss, El Moro, Mi Linda hONIJOX, OXT. the 'tt-at'ou to three riieii when they took it out, huiig oh It this ts "Hegmnn, Dahl and Painters, Hoofers and Plumbers.'- Dahl was captured by dstectives who wailed until he cahi'e to get the wagon. D. D. Davis, a citizen, whose house was robbed last, week, was call- ed to sco he could .identify Dahl. Davis could not identify tlib man 'but identified as his (Davis) all -the .cloth- ing Dahl was wearing, including over- coat, neclctie, shoes, shirt, suit and gloves. The clothes had been stolen from the Davis home. PRETTIEST WORKING.GIRL HAD NO MUSH IN HER MAKE-UP Spokane, Nov. 29. Get married. That is the only way for a girl at- taining sudden fame to rid herself of attentions of matrimonial pests, is the opinion of the' prettiest girl in Spokane. Miss livelyn Johnsoa, a fair-haired girl in the early twenties, was voted the most beautiful working girl in Spokane, after a spirited contest con- ducted by the Woman's Hotel, a char- table institution, with the assist- ance of tlie Spokane Daily Chronicle. There were some ,500 entries, and he- ore the contest of photographs was concluded, interest was at a high pitch. When Miss .Johnson was declared .-he nrast beautiful, the postmcs whoj lelivcred mail to the Johnson homo suddenly noticed a remarkable rcasc in tho weight of his daily bur-j den. It was occasioned by tender nissives to the fair winner. Day by day the number of letters rom men in many parts of the coun- .ry and of all ages and conditions ,rew in numbers, until the limit of patience of the much-adored danisel was readied. Then came the announcement of her engagement. It did not end like most affairs of its kind, in the be- trothal of the am! a "tall, hand- some, hrnad-shoiildercd, hoiirst young with whom she became ac- quainted by mail. Not this time. In- stead, Miss Johnson announced her coming marriage to the young man to whom she engaged long be: fore beauty brought her fame and a ton of mushy missives. His name is Robert P. Bragan. "Of course, we intended long to be Miss Johnson ex- plained, "lull, we decided to hasten the announcement to cut oft that string of silly letters. And it really lud {he desired effect." Reman Catholics married, and of this number entered into mixed marriages. The number who made mixed marriages last year was only en more than in 1010, but the num- ber of Roman Catholics who entered matrimony was but G.743. Of those or-22.5 per cent, married out- side their church. The Methodist denomination heeded the marriage list with a percentage of 28.2. The Presbyterians followed closely with 20.4, and the Anglicans third with An extremely simple reflector ,1ms been invented which can be snapped upon an incandescent lamp bulb and freely moved to any position By the introduction of 'boron as an alloy, it has become possible to cast copper of high conductivity and dea- sity and freedom -from blow holes. DESPITE CHURCH EFFORTS LOVE WILL TRIUMPH OVER CREED' EVERY TIME EXALITE Toronto. Xov. marriages 1 are Increasing in Ontario, drepitu Hie strenuous efforts of the eluirch or. lo turn (.lifi tronil lo H'IP other The annual report of the Kt'glKlrarOueral for liH i aliowa an iiweaso of two per cent, on the imm- M'i- of Honi.'m raiholli-i; marrying out. aide their church. In there were For Interior Finish Every pnintusor often has use for a good, reliable, serviceable Vnrnlsh for interior tor woodwork, doors, etc. They pre- fer a Varnish thtit will flow easily and level out perfectly, Eaalitc Varnish is mcdo especially for interior finish; it flows read- ily and seta free from dust in few hours; hardens in about twenty-four hours, and if desired can bo rubbed andpoJishod after two days. JSeit time you need an interior Varnish try Exnlite, SoU by ludlnic for free boot cf G.F.STEPHENS 5-CQSaJIi' PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS WlNNlPEO.CANADA BRANCH AT CALGARY Hayr Hardware Local Agents ;