Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
TheLethbridge Daily HeraldFiiday, Apiil 1,1010. GREAT SHOE SALE Going Out of Business-Slashing Prices j^EN'S SHOES, WOxMEN'S SHOES, HOYS' SHOES, (ilJILS' SHOES ANO (HILl)'S SHOES. We iwo clearing- out cvci'v pair as fast as wo can. A lablo (Hn all ready ror-trcMieiidoiis Satiii'day scllinii!,'. Never mind the erowds. I'iel\ out what v'oii want and stay by it luitil some one wraps it np for yon. We won't keej) yon waitin,L!,' lonii'. $1. 00 Another Big Sale of Oranges Saturday LAKOE JUICY XAVKL ORANUES, all riady for a crowd of p(H)i)le in onr enlarged (Irocei'y nepartmeiit Saturday. They arc the famous 'Snn-Ivist' l)ran(l. Buy do/ens of them for yoni- ta))lc j'or weeks to come. The regular ])rice is 40c a dozen. 30c. dozen A. Macdonald & Co. ijkvelatiojvs OF death toll Mnicli Thaws Kevenl the lifulies of Men Lo.st in BlizKard.s Sault Stc. Marie, Maidi 31-The Marcli thiuv laid bare the lonely trail between Gra.ssett and Michipicoteu and levealed the bodies of four men who perislied while venliiring over Uio (lanReroiis corduroy road durinp; the winter bli/./ards. The news was brought in by Georpe Henderson, an engineer on the Algonia Central H.R. The bodies were found at different points within a dozen miles of Michi-pieotcn, some of thein within a short (listanee on the trail, indiealing that a hliz/'aid came rip suddenly. N'one of the bodies have been idi/ntified, but one man had a letter with a Guelph postmark, signed by .Susan l'>lwards. i The man was 'about 32 years of agf I and had SIOO in his pocket. It is sup .poso'd they were on their way to the mines wliich are in course of development in that region. st. MAin's social a (;keat sucxess VAXCOUVEK PAPER SOLD STRIKE WILL NOT AFFECT CANADA (Continued From Front Page) The two years' agreement which were entered into a year ago have been g'iving general satisfaction while In tliese camps where no agreements .have been arrived at the feeling is mutually conciliatory and in no place Is there any frict'lon of consequence. At Frank where the Canadian Coal and Coke Co. operates, the agreement expired yesterday and the men are out as the result of the company refusing to discuss a new agreement, except on conditions that a reduction of five cents per ton be allowed on p'lllar work, a non-continuance of the .closed shop principle and that jurisdiction of U. ^\. W. of A. la not to include men working in and around sliaft house. There are from 175 to 200 men involved in the dispute, and they are now holding a mass meeting. The output of the Crow's Nest Co. mines for the montii of March made another record, totalling 112,000 tons, the first time In their history when the hundred thousand mark was passed. The same conditions prevail at all the camps and the.demand Is always for more. The total tonnage for tlie district fiom Taber to Fernie Is now fully 10,000 tons per day, the Fernie mines furnishing fully one quarter of the amount. District Officers Powell, Carter and Stubbs are now at Frank, .but are expected back in town in a day or two, with nothing occurring to disturb the present amicable relations, 1910 pro-raises to be the most prosperous 'in the history of the district. may prohibit dealing in grain futures Washington, March 31.-The Scott bill prohibiting dealings In futures In the grain markets of the United States with amendments so a� to apply speclflcally to the cotton exchanges only, is the indicated outcome of the deliberations of the subcommittee of the house committee on agriculture to whidh the anti-option proposed legislation was referred. The sub-committee was in session until a late 'hour last night but was unable to reach a final conclusion, although it is not unlikely that the grain exchanges which made a much more favorable showing during the hearings before the committee would be eliminated from tihe scope of the bill. The committee will hold another meeting l.'ite today. \ ews-Adyertiser Sells to the AMetorIa Colonist Vancouver, 1$. C, March 31.-The announcement today that the News-Advertiser, the morning paper otiVan-couver will, pass out of the hands of the present owners and will become the property of .J.'.S. I-l. Matson, proprietor of the Colonist Newspaper of Victoria, who has paid $200,000 for the paper. It was founded in the early days of the city as a combination of the News and Advertiser. Hon. F. L. Carter-Cotton, with whom was at first associated R. W. Gordon, has been the principal proprietor during nearly all the years of the paper's existence. IJobt. Xiniinoiis (iavc Address on Pioneer Days in the West A verv successfid social, under the auspices of the Guild of .St. Mary, North Ward, was held in .St. Mary's Churcli last night-the first meeting of this kind since -John Harvey, formerly of the ! the Lethbridge Lands OfTice. Mr. j Gibbons and Miss Irene Link (steno-'graphcr) also come from Lethbridge. I The local appointees on the staft arc Vincent Morrison, .lohn Muir, Nicholas ('har:lon, and E. D. Gowen. It is understood that an additional sten-I o.e;rapher will be appointed. The offices 1 have ^en located in the second storey of the postoflice building. rJTRlKE COAL AT CARMANGAY children killed by montreal cars Montreal, .March 31.-Antonio Bou-retta, 5 ye.irs, was struck and Instantly killed hy a street car at the corner of St. Catharines and Farlneau avenue this afternoon. A four year old child was also struck and probably fatally Injured. They were crossing the street together at the time. Good Seam at a Hniidrcd Feet Deei)-Other Areas Carmangay, March 31.-While drilling for water at the rear of the iiv-ery barn of Wm. Wannop, the workmen came across a fine seam of coal at a depth of one hundred feet. This fmd doubly assures i.s of tho fact o! the early development of our extensive coal areas in and around Carmangay. The International Coal Co. have already purchased 3,000 acres of coal rights seven miles east of hero and it is understood that development will be commenced at a very early date. One hundred thousand dollars has been subscribed towards the capital of i,.e Royal Canadian Flour Mills Co. who will erect a mill at Kenora of 5000 barrel a day capacity. A New Stock -OF- Boys' Clotliing Scotch Tweed-2 pc. suits............. .$3.50 and $4.00 Scotch Tweed-a jk. suits...............$4.50 and $5.00 Blue Serge-2 pc suits....... .........$5.75 and $6.00 Blue Serge-3 pc. suits.................$6.50 and $7.50 Fancy Worsted-2 pc. suits..............$5.50 and $(�.00 Fancy Worsted-3 pc. suits..............$6.50 and $7.00 Above Hues are all high grade pure wool materials. lu fact we won't carr\^ or offer for sale anything but goods we can guarantee to WEAR WELL AND LOOK WELL. Lace Curtains Just a word about our Curtain Stock. We have received many ;*ompliracntary remarks within the last month for the well selected stock of Lace Curtains we are show.no-. We have all the new things in English, Swiss and American Novr cities- I'rices range from .............................$2.50 up to $13.50 Nottingham Lace Curtains at.....................$1.00 up to $3.50 In any line you choose values j-re guaranteed the liest. Tke Si e PHONE 344 impson Co. Limited CRABB ST. HUDSON'S BAY CO. Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns The large crowds that take advantage df our Building Sale Bargains are not disappointed. Our poods are bright and new and values are what you have a reason to expcft for direct importing. Special values in French Linens for Summer wear in old rose, brown, sky, biscuit and cream, 44 in. wide, per yard .................... 6�5C PONGEE SILKS in all shades; an exceiitional quality, 26 in............................75C NATURAL COLOR RAW SILK- 26in. wide, pr yard ......................45C 34 in. wide, per yard ....................75(* Special lines in Ladies' Fancy Hat Pins, Side �nd Back Combs, Barettes and Beauty Pins. Ladies' Fancy Lace Collars, Collarettes, Jabots ind Scarfs- CORDED NECK RUCHINGS-Ii. all shades, per ....................................15c FANCY RUCHJNGS-5 frills In each box for 25^. t frills, in white oniy, 2 boxes for ---- 25c Gent's Clothing Dept. Has now a complete selection of Spring Overcoats nd Suits- MEN'S OVERCOAT in a fine imported tweed, w^lth velvet collar, extra fine Spring coat j^gj MEN'S VICUNA COAT with siili facings; a very dressy coat ........................$17.50 MENS WORSTED SPRING OVERCOATS in var-' iouB patterns .......................$1.'>.(MI MEN'S RAINPROOF COATS in the latest de- ^'e''^..................$14.50 to $18.00 MEN'S ALL WOOL SUrf-Summer weight in new shades, finely tailored in the latest de8ign8jj^29 MEN'S SUIT-3 button style, fancy cuffs, made from the I'ine&t tweeds ...........$27.00 MEN'S DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS in striped worsted, high class finish, lor.........$25.00 MEN'S WHIPCORD SUITS-Estra strong for working, will not show the dust......$17.50 Crockery Department We liavc just unloaded a eni' of ('rocker}', which eoiuprises - dinnei' sets, stock |)attenis. water kMs, flower pots, glasses, hotel ware, otc. In fact, everything in tlie crockery line is now in view at low prices in this department, Ju.st received-A consigniiieiil of carpets and linoleunis in attractive patterns: Wiltons, Axniinsters, Brussels and Tapestries. We carry the largest and most varied stock of lloor coverings in Western Canada. Let us again call your attention tt-the fact that AT Tate's The Jeweler Last Saturday Ave proved to a large .lumber of new J3at-^ roris as well as to .)ur regular customers that our new Bargain Day Feature is a money sav- Buy Your Jewelry on SATURDAY We have just re-.^eived a lot of new goods and the whole >itock is offered at hig discounts on Saturday.