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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY -HERALD WANTS TO KNOW WHAT Is really a pleasure if you get some of the very fine supplies that we have just received. The prices, too, are very reasonable. Amongst the very large quantity and as- sortment received, we have RAISINS AND CURRANTS California Seeded Eaisins, in 12 oz. packages at per package 1 Gc .California Seeded Eaisins, in 16 oz. packages, at.2 packages "for.............. -25C Sultana Eaisins. in bulk, per 15C Finest Selected Valencia Eaisins, in bulk, per ,28 lb. case, 13.25. Per -15C Pine Off Valencia E-aisons. in kulk, per 28 lb. case, or 2 Ibs for 25C Fine Off Stalk Valencia Eaisins. in 7 lb. boxes Price per box.................. 85C Eiliatra Cleaned Currants, in bulk. 2 Ibs Communication From Dr. Robertson Received by Board of Trade-Chances for Resident Judges- Publicity in Britain-Leading Platform Thursday, December 1.1910. Several subjects came before council of the Board of Trade at to- such SOCIAL AND PERSONAL VISITING DAYS Hostesses tomorrow: Airs. A. Southard. the .Price, of requesting, tha Kiricham. Mrs. C. A. Little. Mrs. J. E. Ten-ill, airs-. -Hugh BoydL a platform "be erected here. Those present at today's luncheon were: C. OK K. Nourse, Vice-Pres Pane y Piliatra Cleaned Currants, package, each ____ n lb. DRAEVED PEELS This is different from the ordinary peels that you haTe been in the habit of getting. It fresh and: moist. The prices: are very low. for this class of oods. day's luncheon in the Alexandra Cafe, niosr. important of which was the tus- cussion of a request from Prof. Rob- E. U. Ry-lands, acting-Secretary Tho ertson, of the Royal. Commission, imassdn and Messrs. A. H. McK-eown Prof. Robertson has 'asked j A- B. Stafford, T. S. Mch.e'nzie, H through President Nourse to s'-tU- MacBeth, A. -Tiiley and John Hdrne fullv the needs of this city a'lti dis- and after a good deal of discus- sion it was decided that an agricul- tural college and a school of it ining located in Lethfaridge would 'be -.01 great advantage to the entire dis- [trict. A suggestion was made that j the agricultural .college be embodied j as a part of the 'experimental farm, Samuel Finkel, newsboy on the G T. R. was arrested charged with sell ing liquor to a G. T. F. laborer anj robbing' him. Fmkel was fined and 'costs for selling the let go on the oth'er charge. _ i while others thought it better to con- j and assaying, as Lethbrkige is so j not later than tomorrow, a ted as to draw a considerable 2QC 20C 25c -5QC 50c .Lemon Peel, per lb Orange. Peel, per lb. Citron Peel, per lb New Candied Cherries, in 1 lb. NEW SHELLED Shelled Almonds, best quality, per lb: Shelled Walnuts, best quality, perlb. Shelled Pecans, best quality, per lb. J f a NEW UNSHELLED Grenoble Walnuts, per lb. Taragona Soft Shell Almonds, per lb. Brazils, per ib Pecans, per lb. Presh Koasted Peanuts, per lb SWEET APPLE CIDER We have this arriving, along with a car load of New Canned Goods, which we are "ex- pecting in any day. Price per quart 25 C WAGSTAFFS MINCE MEAT We have this arriving in our car from the east which will arrive almost any day, 25c 25c 25c 30c 20c duct this institution and the school of ruining under the one management or control. It was finally agreed that the proposition should be sub- mitted to the whole Board, which con venes on the 21st, inst-. In the mean time those interested a summary of the requirements for in- stitutions of this nature, the most satisfactory manner 01 conducting them, etc., all of which wil, be hand- ed in to the full board meat-ing.' for action. Those present .were particu- larly enthusiastic over the prospect of obtaining a school of mining; to em- brace the study of that vocation in all its branches including metal rain- J in, situa number of students from the neighbor ing province of'British Columbia. Resident Judge A letter was read from Hon. W. A-. Buchanan, relative to having a, dis- trict judge reside permanently in Lethbridge. Mr. Buchanan stated j that he had given this his careful at- tention and believed that from the en- couragement received that it would I only be a short time until such, aa ar- rangement would be made. Agricultural Education Hon. Duncan Marshall rela- tive to the appointment of a commis- sion to give instruction to the farm- ers throughout the country along the lines of good farming. Mr. Marshall stated that had- in view a some- what comprehensive policy for the de- partment of-agriculture which will be announced a .little later and, which he MACKENZIE UNDECIDED T. S. Mackenzie, who is be- ing so strongly urged to run for mayor, has. not yet defi- nitely made up his mind as to what he willdo. He assur- ed the Herald this afternoon that he would decide finally Household Economy How to Have the Beit Cough t Syrup and Save by It at Home. Cough medicines, as a >rule, contain a large quantity, of syrup. If you cups of granulated su- gar, add one cup of warin water, and stir about 2 minutes, you have as good synip as money could you will then put 2% ounces of Pinex (fifty cents' worth) in a 16 oz. bottle, and .fill it up with the Sugar Syrup, you will have as nrugh cough syrup as buy ireatdy-mide AGIO BAKING POWDER MADE IN CANADA Mrs. A. _B. Stafford. Mrs. Cragg will not receive on Fri- day'nor again until further notice. It u used by all the large Bakers and Cateren, well as by the beat home baleen and cooks. Food pro- ducts that are produced in clean factories are S> W. CO. TOKOHTO. omr. Mrs. J. W. Bawdea wil tomorrow. not receive Mrs. .Downer will be at home to the young-people this evening. JMrs.'j. T. J.' Valiance will hold her post nuptial- reception tomorrow at her'home, 281 Brunton street. Mrs. J. F. 307 Brunton street, will receive for the first time this season. Saturday afternoon. Her sister, Miss Addy, will receive with ner. S Mrs. T- F. O'Hagan is a bridge host- ess this afternoon. thinks will'be "approved by the'Board! for 12.50. "It keeps perfectly." of .v-. v cd transportation Both- ers, in-, "seated thafrCal- gary, EdmontoQ-'aiiOIedicine Hat are I the three largest cities In the prov- iace. The" opinion of those present Tafee one, two or three hours. It is a splendid remedy, too, for hoarseness, asthma, chest pains, etc. Mrs. A. M. Grace invited a few riends in-at the tea hour yesterday. If V Mrs. Mew-burn, is entertaining a few ables at bridge this evening as a courtesy to Mrs. McCullough, who uas ecently returned from the east Miss M. E. who has been'a elcome. addition .in mus- cai circles since her arrival at the eginning of the school'year, has been ppointed soprano soloist of Knox huxch. Miss -'Jean Me Arthur, who for the past four years has been a member of the Bank of Commerce staff this city, has accepted a position with the In- ternational Harvester Go. Miss N. Minfer has .been appointed stenograph- er .-at the banir. to" room noon, December 15th. 'At the 'the.husj! afternoon'the hostess' served was -that no" time should be ,lost in j Wprway-wiiitepine mosir'acceptabie' refreshments, supplying the C1P.R. and the steam-' ship lines .with data, information and- extract, rich in-.guiaicol and. all the healing pine elements. No other.prep- aration will wort in this formula! This recipe for making cough rem- edy with pinex ani Sugar Syrup is now used, and prized in thousands of lomes.in the United States and.Can- ada. The plan lias often been imitat- A guarantee of absolute satisfaction, -money promptly goes with this recipe. Tour, druggist, has Pinex or will get it for you. If not j cuts, but President Nourse- felt that lit should be first ascertained the j names of the companies which are ne Iglecting Lethbridge, rather than. to' start in to correct all the various i companies hit or miss. Two compan- j aua- 'ine Plan Gas OIten ;ies had been named bf AW. King and I ed but never successfully. it was finally decided that Lethbridge j should first be brought to the atcen- tion of these, anu -to others subse- quently the Board became aware iof any neglect of Lethbridge on their I part. It was also pointed out by aeting- Secretary Thomasson that C-B.R-. lit- I erature How being- largely circulated j contains views of Calgary, Banff ana jmany other points throughout west- 1 ern Canada, but that Lethbridge is in this respect- This will 111 also be brought to the attention of hat corporation. Keaucea uaDie Kates Bead to The Pinez Co., Toronto, Out In 5 lb. tins, price per tin In 28 oz. glass, price each WETHEY'S MINCE MEAT Put up in 1 lb. packages, price 2 for 75 Q 35 Q 25c We have weekly express shipments- of these oysters, put up in sealed tins, every tin is guaranteed to contain only the solid meats. By buying oysters put up this way, you get the genuine flavor. P rice for family size tins, each Price for large tins, each..... 50c 90c THE GOOD CO. ...HIGH CLASS GROCERS... Wholesale and Retail Fruit arid Produce. Phone 525. Prompt Delivery. i was also spoK'en of, but it appears j j that the Calgary Board of Trade have already placed that subject befoft the j railway commission, and that a rate i once fiied by that body will apply j equally as. well to Lethbridge as to i j Calgary, so it was decided to'await-i the outcome of the Calgary case, i i Pres. Nourse thought it useless of tne i Board of Trade to go out of their i ;way to harass the C.P.R., but John ;Horne was of the opinion.that the i lower the cable rate the greater j i would be the volume of business from i Lethbridge and he did not think the i Board should hesitate to go after jwhat it wanted. I News of Trains Considerable discussion followed up- on the subject.of notifying hotels of the time and arrival of trains. Pres. i Nourse had up the subject with i Mr. Mitchell, the local C.P.R. ag-ent, i jand had been assured that by callinc; j jup the local ticket office the desired information would be readily obtain- abie. Mr. Mitchell qomplaic-ed, how- j i her of persons who persist in calling i upon the yard office for information j which shoOl-d only come through the 'ticket office.' Loading Platforms T. S. McKenzie brought up the sub- jjcct of asking the C.P.R. to build a loading platform in Lethbridge for the j purpose of loading an- unloading i heavy machinery, engines, etc. He j not asking this concession on his own j behalf, as he owns his own platform, Ibut had asked him to; I broach tbis subject to the Board. It is claimed that under present condi- tions business houses of Lethbridge are obliged to build temporarary plat forms or else have their machinery de-, livercd outside of the city and i brought in iind-er its own -motive pow- er. The cost of erecting permanent loading platform for genera! use, i would not-exceed 'in -cost, and I it was finally decided to -write Supt A SALE THAT'S MAKING- A NEW PAGE IN-THE HISTORY OF RAPID j- EETAIL MEECHANDIS- ING BECAUSE OE ITS SPLENDID BARGAINS THAT'S Southard's Hurry Out che coughs, cures colds, lien Is IN THE SOUTHARD' BUILDING- Wednesday afternoon, December is .the date the Wesley Ladies' Aid So- ciety set at their meeting yesterday afternoon for their Christinas sale, which .will be held in the club rooms of the church- The donations for the pantry booth promise to