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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibrldgf Dally Herald. Friday, August 5, 1910. TREMENDOUS CROWDS, FAST AND SELLING MARKED THE OPENING WEDNESDAY Gigantic Sale of Sale prices on Iron Brass Beds No. 5 White Enameled Beds, full 4 feet, good and "I C strong IQ Brass Rail Sale price Brass Beds, very massive and handsome Sale price Above Fitted Complete, bed, cop- per wire springs and Marshall Mattress, al! ready to sleep in for ___ Dressers and Cheffoniers The same liberal price cutting app___ to our hundred different styles-Only a few mentioned here. Dresser with bevelled mirror quartered oak finish, Sale Price Wash Stand to match above Mahogany Princess Dresser with large oval bevel plate mirror, sale price Cheftonier, quartered oak fin- ish, five large drawers. Sale price KITCHEN CAB- All com- plete. Sale price office department at Ottawa, and W.' conditions under which extensions- of C, Simmons, who is in the east, to the taking away of the street mail delivery apparatus is to be taken as an indication that the idea of starting a deli very, service in Lethbridge has for the present been abandoned. Homestead Regulations P. G. Keyes, secretary of the de- partment of the interior, wrote re- plying to a letter from, the board and saying that the matter of extending time on school land payments and re- laxing the homestead regulations is duly time may be granted will- be made public; The secretary was instructed to write-the department thanking it for taking up the question and to say under consideration, and that in event of it being found possible meet the wishes of the board, the to the The city council -wrote saying that it did not feel justified in again mak- ing overtures to Andrew Carnegie in regard to a library grant and as ev- erybody felt ;they had had enough of Carnegie, the letter was simply filed and the matter finally, dropped. re You Going Camping? There is no better place to get your supplies than here. We have the best in Groceries, Fruits and Provisions Let us have your order. You will be glad WARM WEATHER SUPPLIES LIME JUICE, GRAPE JUICE, HYER'S ROOT BEER, LEMONADE CRYSTALS. New Olives, Ripe Olives, in bulk Pimento, Mixed, Etc., Etc. j Hue Apple Marmalade. Ginger Marmalade, r Lemon Marmalade, Orange Marmalade. Use Wagstaffe's 5 Ib. tins Nut Olives Celery Stuffed, FRESH Plums, Peaches, Pears, Blackberries, Grape Fruit, Etc., Etc. Craddock Redpatk Street The Family Groc Pkone 515 ers Has Heard Things William -F, H. Breeze, principal of the Lowville Academy, Lowville, New 'York; state, wrote saying that he" had -heard a great deal of Leth- bridge during the .past... few months, that contracts have been let for sev- He held a good position where he eral stretches of railroad construction i was, but had heard .too .much of, con- and homesteaders are eager. to get j ditions up here not. to desire" to off their places to go to work, j come here. He asked for full rnf pr- Library Dropped "jmation as to the qualifications he would have to possess and so forth before being allowed to teach in Al- berta. Copies of local papers were ordered sent him and his question an- swered. Send Local Papers The president stated that J. Bruce! Walker, commissioner of immigra-j tion, .was to be in the city in a few j days and he suggested taking up the matter of distributing through Cana- dian Immigration Agencies in the States, copies of local papers that contained, articles covering the real farming conditions in Southern Al- berta of counteracting the numerous false reports circulating in the States. There was some, discussion Pro and con, as-to the advisability of such a move, and nothing definite was decided except to talk the mat- ter over when Walker arrives Assistant Boiler Inspector F. Sick spoke of the need of an as- sistant boiler inspector in this dis- trict, the present inspector having a large 'district to cover, and is often away .from Lethbridge five and six weeks at a time, much to the incon- venience of firms opera-ting boilers and requiring firemen and engineers. Tae secretary was instructed to take the matter up, first with Mr. Mar- shall himself and later with the gov- ernment. He was also instructed to suggest that there are insufficient weed inspectors in the district. Reduce Freight Rates C. A Magrath, M. P., suggested tnat the board take some steps to- wards securing reduced freight ra-ces on hay, to aid farmers and others in those districts where there is prac- tically no feed. It was thought ad- visable to take the matter' up with Genera! Freight Traffic Manager Lani p of the C.P.R., when he is here to-morrow. Messrs. Macbeth, Staf- iord, and McKeown were ap- pomte'5 a committee to discuss this iuu various other matters with Mr Lanigan. Entertain the Press A. H. McKc-own was appointed chairman Oi a committee to entertain and care for the press men of Sir Wilfrid Laurier's party coming here on Aug. 31st. omg (Jut (Ji Pri usmess rrices We don't ask you to give us one cent of profit on our goods. All we ask is invoice prices NO FLUKES! NO JOSH! Simply Trading Dollars witn you-that's all Look over this list, or better still, call and see for yourself Heavy Iron for Bed for velour covering for for Oil for.. Kitchen at Kitchen 8 ft. Ext. for for Bake for 5c for KITCHEN CHAIRS At The Price Of The Legs 400 Latest Canadian j American Go Carts I and Carriages be- 1 low cost. EVENING SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 1 6'3.50 Toilet Sets- m Sherlock Boston's shopping district which cost is the most I expensive mile of underground 'rafl- in the world. We have pleased Come one come all rurmtore ;