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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta asre S. Till-: LETlllJlUJKJi: DAILY 1IKKALI) rimrsrtay, October 1913 Save Your Dollars You'll Need Prepare For The Winter Before S 1. Gent's Furnishiiigs and BARGAINS House Furnishings I BARGAINS Ten Days Must Close Out These Two High Grade Stocks After due consideration we have decided to eliminate these two departments from our store, finding Vfe have inadequate space for our increasing business in other lines. We are about to make a gigantic slaughter of these seasonable merchandise in the nick of time Friday at 9 a.m. the doors swing open for a Genuine Sweep MEN'S WINTER SUITS, OVERCOATS AND FURNISHINGS AT IRRESISTIBLE PRICES j v Men's Furnishings at selling out prices. Be sure to get an early selection Men's Stiff Hats 50c each Men's Fall and Winter Overcoats CHESTERFIELDS Elrk gU5: or Drown THeeds "arid Cheviot Cloths. ;S18.pO Values......SI 3.50 ULSTERS and Htavy TWEEDS, FIELDS Epglish Melton-find Tweed Coils, -'a .varletr of styles. -j'.. Regular Men's Suits XTivecds and Wdriieda are the materials; f" good serTlceable btlsineES suits. vorth Men's Suits Suits of desirable quality, hand thrcaskOLtt Rich dark Tweeds, and Eteds and good English Serges, Men's Suits Tour choice of any suit in the house, equiv- alent to a or custom made suit. Boys? Suits AMONGST tli'e rtVALANCHE OF BARGAINS NobBv Suits, the Wod the boys like. College and Ulster styles. A Suit worth -S-i.50 for A Suit sold fur A Suit-sold rcg.-'i'or A few Separate Pants at Selling pnt prices Suits Men's Silk Ties 2S Splendidly tailored materials .ire Berges, TCOretcds, -with Silica. Regularly i most wanted snaflcs. 5Cc 'ijuaKly. American Hats of Van Gal mate. RegularlT.sbld c'l J3.00. TVo brown or grey; band of deeper tone. Men's Heather Wool Sox 4 prs. for Genuine heaUier ol mixtures. It irlll rky you to buy now save. sold at 35o Men's FlanneUette Shirts Men's FleceeUnderwear 75c each 45c Garment Usually at 64c a garmeai; nWaral ihade. Heavy English FlanueUtte, neat patterns.- Good -wearing quality; Regularly sold at 'Be on Mnn'c ITn Suspenders 25c a pair ivien s DiacK TTOOI un- width we" 1v'orth 5ttc derwear Suit Negligee bhirts 75c -.-_.-.Ir -l LESS THAN COST "wool underwear, especial value to Engineers and MIncra. Regularly sold at. J3.00 suit; worth more." .ODD SIZES' _. .UT or all facturera. from either ol OPPORTUNITY IS NOW! -H I Sensation of Sensations! Not a sensational clearance of all House I Furnishings, Linoleums, Carpets, Curtains; Blpds, etc. Don't Grab! Linoleum Remnants on the wing7 Coirie and make us an offer A Oean Sweep of .Carpets ROYAL WILTON Size 4 I f. Regular -JJ5.00. Sellins out -.price ROYAL WILTON Siie 3ft I Regular >3 5.00. Sellins oat. KAN'DAKAI size 3 1 3. Regular -J27.50.. .'fclllngout Price. REVzHSIBtE .WOOL 3tzc 4l4; S ell In E out size a S4lllns out Linoleums and Oil Cloths OILCLOTH ot sood wearing quality; and tile patterns. Clearing 1 A at per sq.- yarn 2W NAIRN'S "C" QUALITY INLAID Blue and white tile patterns, flowered designs, green or tan.' Wood strip or block patterns. Regular price Jl.OO, pc-r sq. yard STAIR shade, plain with coaventlonal border. 5Cft per yard''.................... Two Large Fibre Rugs For Porch purposes. Regular rtrt value. lor Carpeting Xoal Coavenlioiial attrac- tive border. sold at QCA per for wJJC Sateen Covered LARGE SIZE COMFORTS, made for irear, neat regularly sold at ?7.50. Clearing price each Fibre Matting ;V Full 36 Inch.-ViiUh. Regular 7So per flri. WWW Maish Comforts THE LAMINATED COTTON FILLED COM- wltliout 'weight, prln- elpaily why you should buy. More san- itary than down, ligfrier Jn weight, warm- er and more durable." SILK COVERED silk floral plain border. CO Clearing prko each........ Blinds .60 cents each Laco edge blinds, green or' crearo, of good duality olltd.cloth. Muslin. Covered Comforts Exceptionally light; atlracUre CO CH patterns, clearing price eaoh-.- THE "DIXIE" sizeS forts, ,well- worth J2.00 Clearing price Curtains BRUSSELS or Ecru: Itegular for BUNGALOW pries for I Friday The Day, 9 am. The' Hour, Bentley's The Qn Hand! Did His Best ami Ad- vy'> Sale of the' come with a cleat .Ttat was tint tiafot'ti "first .an- Mayor ilarilic returned home (his mornir.g from a trip to the monej' raatVels ol U.e east. lie thicks tl.c o_pwisil should haie con- lit will that the-deal now pending to clostd, Bank of Mooticai having arreed, through Vf. R. to "allow the city to apply the whrjk ol the 006 of Can'a'lian securities scehia; market. Outs stood little show in competition with the iarccr ones. Morgan A Co. of York, sa'd ttwy might cbiistu'cr our bbnJs ii- we (He miliinns instead of ha'i a nillion.'1 "Another fjrin 3aid would dp well to get price are offered on thtB sile lor any to.ids we' may sell insMe -the ne.x{ two years. I met practically all the teit financiers in the cast and got their 1 didn't get even a nifotlc in Canada. There Is nothing doing In IxsthtrMgc honds on the I.onSon market. The N'dw York houses arc only led, ar.d if was 12 hours licforc the track-was cleared. to ,'tW cerspaptr men on notes ooW in the hamh oi the him .toil (public. best to..6tl! tb 'TVtj are, to Itud and York, Doihln- so While away the mayor visited Tor- onto, Montreal, Harnlltf.n, DiuTnlu, New Yo.rk arid Uochesfcr. VOrie big hanking firm in YorV told me that they knew of GOT INTO AN ARGUMENTATIVE TANGLE SPEECH -POSTPONED Th5 I. W. W.'s are once more in our midst. They made their first ap- mayor reserved his most im-: pearar.ce last.night on the- Alevandra HJI tlic inett-1 hMcI corner, and get' a ing Ihn crowd lojottrtr, one cl the leaders The vrccli at (tu1l Lsrtc yesterday j favored the natives with vhat some- held up the train r.n which 1 was coming lor t'.x h'nTi'rs. One ol the Flyers' crashed onc said a colo. lie" Rot the crowd all right, hut mixed up in t'ne .Ihfons was a'sergeant ol the city loads or wheat stnnd'nj on the polite. Tr.e larniliac strains of the tracV. The csrs weie Jtmolish-: (une ol "Uod the were on the hrcerc, and for a mo-f menl it sounded very patriotic. Hut not so when the words wcto'heard plainly. It was a strongly wordsd parody! on the. national air, and .the police sergeant stopped the perform- ance. The chair then introduced the speaker of the alter a few moments, the meeting.adjourned to another corner.. where the-wind was not rjuite strong. There the speaker got Info'an argument with a Socialist, ami the remainder of his talk will probably be heard tonight. ARRESTED ON SUSPICION KrcCTBpn, Jian., Oct. nine o'clock this arrested- three smart looking young men on suspicion of being the trie concerned In tho rolihcry.of the Soo. lino Hker Falls, early on Monday morning. All three claim- ed not (o know each other, and cald that they had met accidentally. Paul' Eherlff on his irfty In tho hopn of being able the captivca. JONES OF STRUCTURAL' IRON WORKERS CHARGED WITH 'CONSPIRACY 'Oct. 2.-lIarry .loncs, ol the In- ternational Ilridge and Structural Iron was arrested here to- day by a Deputy United Slatts Mar- sliall on a charge of .conspirjcy. It.Is said, "Is implicated In the confession of -Cleorge K. Uavls. ivho WAS arrested in New York to- day. Jorjca' trp.3 atrJi'gneil. In feileral court anil hia bonif fiseJ. at He had able to furnish it early this afternoon. Davis was arralgncj before Un- led States Commissioner, walyed ei- aminatio'n and'consen'wd' to go lu whcri ho is dictnient for, transporting ives. Tn. Ms it is alleged. Dav- is has officials in the Mount Vcrn'on explosion ani oth- er explosions. TELEORAPHIC TIPS rtcv, J. Unawnrth, a veteran mlninter, IB dead at Toronto. Ills last charge was Ktonff- vlllo. A prolonged drought in Ihe mid- lands of has caused a buttci famine. Very little hullcr is oderei! at the markets and what is offered l! at. sensationally' advanced prices. It inany fnslnncss Ihe Ir.crnase has 18H. per cent. ihe price prevailing rot this'lime ycif.'" ;