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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, September t. 1913 _ THE LETHBRIDGE DAI1VY flEKALD Page 5 THE FINAL CRAS Enamelware Half Price Tea Kettles Blue Enamel llcg.- now 750 Preserving Kettles Kliie Enamel: Ucg. aOc 15C CoffeePots Ulne Enamel: Hey. G3c; now 35C Reg. 70c; now Tea Pots -AT- Blue Enamel: Reg. 90c; now Reg. 80c; now STAFFORD AGNEW CO. Everything Re-marked Lower than Ever Stock is Getting Low-Lose no Time in Buying at These Prices LEAGUE FORMED WITH THAT ll> MEN TO Laundry Supplies Pudding Dishes I Wood Tubs Blue aiid white Enamel Rpg. -10c; now....... 20c Milk Pans White' Enamel .Reg. 30c; now......15C Platters White Eiiamel Reg. 70c; Reg. C5c.; how......35C Cake Pans While Enamel Reg. 30e; Coffee Boilers Grey'Enamel now ----7Qc Jl.OQ; now Reg.- 90c; uow......45C Roast Pans Blue: Enamel (With handles) Reg. 85c; Reg.. 75c; .now Large, reg. now 80c Medium, reg. now 65c Fibre Tubs Large, reg. now 95c Medium, reg. 90c Small, reg, now 65c Fibre Pails Regular 50c now 25c. Clothes Horses The kind that folds up Regular now Regular now. 4 doz, Clothes Pins lOc 90c will buy a set of Mrs. Pott's Irons- 3 irons, handle and stand, niclcle plated, reg. now 90c will buy of Asbestos-Sad Irons regular price now will buy Alabastine. Stock' up for .future use. Only a Few More Days Left Tinware Half Price Measures t Regular 75c. now 1-2 Gallon Measures Regular 05c; now ..-35c Funnels 20c Funnels, now.....I 15c Funnels, now 2 for J lOc Funnels, now...... Steamers No. 8. Reg. Ipc; now ..-20c Xo. 9. Reg. GOc; now Dippers Long short handles; Reg. price 20c, now Milk Strainers Heavy polished tin- Reg. price 40c; now -.-20c Milk Pans' Eight Quiirts: Reg. 15c; now 2 for Jelly Cake Tins Regular price 10 cents; Now 6 for 25C Pie Tins Heguliir price 10 cents; Now 6 for Edmonton, Alia J. Heche. manager or Daily Capital for the last anti t yrars. has severed connect I Eoc wllh ihe company lo take up ihe I of Uood Covmimeut I League o- KOnjcmum. The 1 purpose ot the league is to Lttbout the adoption or the form ol governmed. "I have undertaken ihe work at i solicitation of a uuiuber of promt nem i busint'Es Mr. Roche E-iid, "and they promised the active co- operation of lueir uf those ineu are actively interested in municipal affairs and they tue 1 given much time to a study ol tut iissioi) goveniiuonts In operation n various American Mr. Roche announced that tbe Goo.l Government League, which Is to le formed within two weeks, M-JU be noii- political and non-personal in charact- er and scope, Meailtiuartfers will be blislied lit the business district wltSi-Mr Roche in charge as Tbe educational plan Ir.cludes visits by members of the to I parts ol country lo study the charters In operation and to ascertain their workiugs. Floor Varnish Stains QUART TINS Reg. 51.10; now PINT TINS Reg. GOc; TINS Rog.130c; -PINT TINS Reg. 20o; now......iQc, These prices are cheaper lhan we can buy nl. Coffee Drinkers Grind Your Ceffee COFFEE MILLS Regular 51.10; Clearing for......... 55, (Right left.) Carpenters and Mechanics Tools Going at Cost ONLY A FEW LEFT Hailf Price Nickel Plated Copper Coffee Pots Handsome Designs Regular now 2.30 now 2.25 now 2.10 now 1.20 now 1.10 now 1.15 1.15 1.05 60c 55c Don't hesitate-better rush at these prices Half Price Our .wnole stock of Razor; Strops will buy Gillette or Auto Strop Safe- ty Razors, regular price is now Copper Boilers HEAVY PLANISHED Reg. Only six left Mr. Painter I We arc.scllinH for less limn SHELLAC, VAHN1SH, HAHD OIL LINSEED Per Gallon'.........flflfl To the Public: We really are retiring from business and when this stock is run off Stafford- AgnewCo.willbehqmore. Mr. Stafford personally will back up any state- ment in this advertisement. We realize that we are losing money on the above prices but it is better to move the stock quick at a loss, than not at all. These Prices Cannot Last Long new Closing Out Sale Phone and Mail Promptly Attended To Phone 456 ROBERT WYNNE ON INVESTIGA- TION- SEES CHANCE OF BRITISH DISPLAY AT PANAMA EXPOSITION j London, Sept- 'J. Wynne, postmaster general in KoosevtH's cabinet, is here making a quiet, in- vcsigalion of the reasons -why ..Great '.Britain declined io pai.Ucipate in tlie 1 Panama exposition.' "Boiling the matter' Wynne said, "the salient (acts are thai tha Uritish government has acted with 'perfect candor and good faith and very likely change its position j on the question clespUe the harm done bv persons accused tlie gov- ernment ol spite work anil linked Great Britain's refusal to participate j with the question of.canal1 tolls. "Change in British attitude is due to the fact that- British interests.see a chanre to reach markets Jn the Ori- cut and South and Central America, at the Panama celebration, is now assuming more tiic shape of an J international epoch than a world's fair as this term is generally under- stood." SMALL DEMAND FOR CANADIAN WHEAT IN ENGLAND 13 THE CAUSE Montreal, Qur., Sept. 4.-With 25." grain steamers In tbe haibor mailing for their turn to unload'and no etc-. I mand for .Canadian wheat on i English market, local grain men fear ivorsc congestion toward the end of navigation next season than has leen this year. OSicial.i ol one of the inland steamship stated that some' of their company's boats had been delayed here lor '7 -or days and -there is no probability o( ,ne fleet now on its way down, the irer being cleared of cargo within a' vcefc after its arrival. A local grain merchant, who is ag-> enl for a British firm, explain-, ed 'iue situation, which particular- ly acute just at pre'sent, though signs of relief were apparent. These Prices Cannot Last Long London, Sept. has commenced on the new residence in Mount street; which Trince Arthur ol Connaughl purchased from Earl of Plymouth. Orders are that tbe house, im'ust be ready by.the. fust ircetc In Decemixr. The liante, ot Kite houso I probably be chosen. The Duchess ol Fife is personally attending lo furnishing, dec'oritlona and cobr'schtmes, the keynote of the v.-hole being slmpllciiy...Thc Princess Royal, whose hobby is modelling and melal ivoiV, Is preparing btautitu! specimens lor fire places. WELL KNOWN MARINE MAN HAS PAMiO.AWAY. I Sarnla, Onl.l Sept Reid, president of the.Held company of Sarnla died last nlgfct it. Detroit.' For over forty he hi{ been the moat In wrec'Klns annals of the ;