Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 HERALD Thursday, December ?t --Tliat the kind oi Furn- iture you are needing is just what we are handling. We_.have an exten- sive line of Furniture and House Furnishings to choose from. We are specializing this week in. Beds; Springs and Mat- tresses. Our Japanese lines are also well worth your inspection. Better come before they are all gone. Standard Furniture Co; 324 Crabb Street Ptone483 THE COMMONS Blomliu and Brodeur Hate Trouble Speeches .SYMPOSIUM IBRIDESCENT V V GROCERY BOBS We hare a few grocery sleighs on hand. Just the thing at the right price. E. H. FOWLER CO. Corner Smith and Diifferin :.To pursue with increased energy Ms crusade ,-against idleness among the-'-Trealihy; and to superintend the publication of his .book "The Passing of .the Idle Frederick Townsend. Martin returned to New York "recent- ly on board tne Adriatic, of the .White Star line, in from Southampton and Cherbourg. He was one of severaT widely known persons. JUDGE SCOTT AT ST. PAUL St. Paul, Dec. his way to Rochester to. undergo an examination in the hospital, Mr. Justice' Scott; of the supreme court at Edmonton, stop- ped in -St. Paul and spent a few hours with Governor Eberhart and Julius Schmahl. secretary of state. He was accompanied by his wife.. DIED WHILE AT WORK Kegina. Dec. -while'-at work with what is believed to 'ftave a stroke of apoplexy, Alexander a em- ployed on the new government build- 'ing, died suddenly this.-morning. It is likely that a post.mortem, examina- tion .of'the remains will 'be held., TV n i pi ine Lash Ln ance tor argams CASH PRICES Label Catsup 2 bots -55C Lobster, 3 tins for........55C Herring. 2 for 35c. sale price, per tin 5c Camp's Pork and Beans 20 C C. B. Marmalade 4 Ib. tins, 60c Sale price.............50C Tinned Beans, per Qc Green Peas, per Ib.....- 6c St. Charles Cream, large size 'pertin .................20C Vienna Sausage 2 tins for -25c Roast Mutton, 30c sale pr. 25C Feet- in glass jars, 45c, sale price .............35C Salmon, 20c per tin. sale pr. 5c Milk, a tin.............. "J QQ Pickles, 25c bottles, sale pr. 20C Pickles 30c bottles sale pr. 25C Apples, cnoice stock, per case f Sardines, sale price, per tin -5.C Sodas, 35c Pkgs. for 30 C Sodas, 30e Pkgs for 25C Sodas. 25c Pkgs. for 20C) 4- Cocoa, 2 for 25c, sale pr. Qc Pork and Beans 3 tins for 20C Ammonia, sale price, 2 for 25c Kippered Herring, sale.pr. -Fancy Biscuits, per Ib Candies, sale price. 2 lbs..for 25 C Molasses, 5 Ib, tin for ____ -30c Molasses, 60c per tin, -sale 550 Marmalade. 25c glass jars, sale price >20c Catsup, 15c bottle, sale price, ,--25c for W. H. PARSONS 1112 Courtland Street Ottawa-, was er stormy scene in the House of Com mons yesterday when Kon. L. P. Brodeur attempted to speak on j question of privilege with regard to an article in Bourassa's paper, Le Devoir, which said that the .minister made and, Blondin the Conservative members. whose- unpatriotic Tit.teraiic- es were the'subject of Brodlur's ".re- marks took occasion to again- deny making speeches attributed to I him. A prolonged debate as tO'-the 1 point'of order took place in which, all j the leaders took part. I Mr. Crothers resumed the debate "on i the-speech'and talked on reciprocity, f said that the premier had stated j i in this chamber that -he preferred a. Yankee-dollar to..an English shilling! and demanded that minis-.j ter committed this country to reci-'I procity consult the. people. F. B- Carvell, who followed defend- ed the government's naval policy, Re declared that Mr. Borden ia his f speech had suggested that the. ques-; tibn of naval, defence be defer red-..un- t til imperial federation was. brought about. He welcomed the tariff nego- j- tiations and. expressed the hope that j this would rpsult-in lessening the bur j den of taxation. i Hen. Mr. MacKehzie King iritroduc-i ed his Mil- to prohibit the .manuiac- I ture and sal-e of opium for other scientific artd -metiicat in 1908..a bill had l___a passed prohibiting T.the manufacture and sale of opium. As "a result of this "legislation the ture of opium in had.been. stopped and r importation .reduced.. There was reason to- believe, -however, that .there, had -been a .good heal-.-..of. under-the existing it was hard The; proposed, legislation would- mate act'-moTe effective'' "-and powers ..to: search rfor, seize and-cosfis- IB cate. tp .be' illegally' 1 possessed. AnotHer'tiiripoftarit jprovi- sion was _tuat smoking'''o'f opium' could be maW-an-'pSehce under the' criminal 'code -Another -feature of the-proposed law is that upon-owners of. opium must rest ...the onus.ot-proV ing that it is for scientific or medical purposes. FULL OF BEIH.IAFT Southard's .GREAT Hurry Out Sale STANDS ALONE ASfD SUPREME WHEiST IT THE StJTRAKD f 6 Regma. P..Sherman, .operating, a .fake'- matri- agency at.'Tantallori, Saslr.V who was recently arrested in Winni- peg, pleaded 'guilty 'Sefore-Magistrate Trant to nsingi-His-.nIVIajesty'-s... mails lor the-pjrrpose of fraud, and'.was sen- tenced, to fourteen days' hard labor., ,BED Ottawa, -Dec. a local'leather found 'dead in-Ms bed. He was fifty years-of ...age and had lived in Ottawa for many years. IN EACH OFHERllfS BIG PRIZE CONTEST Candidates Plan Active; Cairipaigns the Eirst Verting Day the Shetland Pony arid He is 39 Y Inches High Vv -outside of Letnbridge 'are placing popular can- didates' in 'nomination: for the valuable prizes in the Herald's voting contest. Kveryvtown in. the 1000-and-over pop- ulation class (District .No. except .Magrath, Cranbrook and Michel, has a representative. So far, Fernie is not represented "in the main contest, but a boy from that city thinks the pony and outfit look good to nim, so has entered _that branch of the contest 'District No. 4, including, towns un- der 1000 'population, so far has -four candidates, representing the east, west north, and south portions dis- trict. Many good-'-little towns are yet to fte heard..from; Joyslandi girls from tfie-district out- side, of Lethbridge may, enter, in the Shetland pony-- division.-' While the pony .goes -to; the ''candidate with the highest..vote at the close of the con: .est, boy.. ..turns in subscription money is sure of a stated amount- of cents on everiy .jdpilar, Most boys- SANITARIUM W'eston, Dec. Toronto sanitarium for consumptives, a few- miles from n ere, totally destroy- ed -by f ire at this toss There were 92 patients in tie 'building at time, forty being Quite iielpJess. Ail -were rescued, in although, afterwards exposed for .nours to "raw winds. Ti. 2 ings destroyed were the main -b'uild- ing, -.-a 'two the helps -cottage, nurses' cottage, two storey annex and -dining quarters. The fire originated -in the boiler room, The Names of Far Nominated in the Herald's Contest DIVISION A. At least one of the grand prizes-go to-this division. District No. that part- of the City of Lethbridge lying north, and east of the following "boundary: Third rFirst Street to Sixth south on Sixth to Fourth Ave., east on Fourth Ave. to Eleventh St, south on Eleventh to city limits. At least two of the prizes go to this district. MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, corner Tenth Stand Second Ave. South. MISS GRACE PROUS.E, 59 Argyle St. ERNEST TOWNSEND, 1817 McBeth St.- CAMPBELL AIRD, -1302 Seventh Ave. South CHRIS. GIBSON, Agnew and Westminster. HAROLD KERR, 444 Torrance Ave. District No. that part of the city of Lethbridge lying south and west of the above boundary. At. least two of'the prizes' go to this district MISS AGNES DOWSETT, Sixth Ave. South and Tenth St MISS OLIVE DAVIES, 406 Fifth Ave. South. MISS LIZZIE SHIRLEY, 302 Sixth'Ave. A. South. MME. E. NORMAN, 622 Sixth Ave. South.- '.DIVISION. B. At least one of the grand prizes go division. District No. .all towns in South-em -Alberta and Eastern-Bri- tish Columbia over. population.. At least two of the prizes go district. _ MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Alta. MISS MARY McKENZIE, Macleod, Alta. MISS MAMIE A. FORUNIER. Pincher Creek, Alta. D. R. WARE, Medicine Hat, Alta. JOHN R, MacDONALD, Hcsmer, B. C. JOSEPH Y. Alta. D. W. COULTER, Taber, Alta. District No. all towns in Southern Alberta and Eastern Bri- tish Columbia, under population. At least two of the prizes go to this district MISS FLORENCE S. VETTER, Bellevue, Alta. D. L. KIM BALL, Grassy Lake, Alta. STANLEY M. WELSH, Barons, Alta. -J MISS ELIZABETH ADAMS, Stirling, Alta. MISS TILLIE MAY TIEARNEY, Burdett. Alta. v SHETtAND PONY DIVISION A separate contest for boys and girls under 15 years of NORA STAFFORD. 1619 Horn St. ADA MURRAY, 1104 Courtland St JAMES NES3IT, Stafford Village. WINNIE SELLENS, 908 Seventh GEORGE SUPINA, 220 WestrninsteV Rd.': iV PEGGIE CRAIG, 1252 Fourth Ave. North. AGNES KERR, 417 Fourteenth St. WALTER PALMER, Grass Lake, Alta. RUSSELL" DUDLEY, FernleV B.C.- to change the boundary of the districts in the city, but not to-reduce the value of the prizes offered in each district N. A ,-Kt bunch' will along_ about-the latter part of Janu- ary.! _ i The city o'f Lethbridge, each dis- rict; has a fair candlclat-es, there is-1 room- for more, if there any truth in saying "always -room at the top? of; the ladder." The contest "manager was asked the other day wrhy there wasnt a piano ipxferedlcas ;-a The Jnquirer; said ie thought newspaper- contests and- pianos were inseparable. Very- true, no piano appears on the surface, one may "bob''' up "before the'fin- Herald. Uer than the papers from the .larger cities can reach -you, wftl the world-wide despatches. .The Herald is THE -paper, f or Southern -AHberU and Eastern British Columbia. The Pony The Shetland pony and outfit laould arrive in Lethbridge in lees than two .weeks. The Herald has selected a pony that should please everybody in- terested. It is black ia color and 39 inches high. A neat little buggy and harness completes the outfit: 'Every iboy and girl who-is in this, branch of the contest will '.inTited; when the pony arrives, to take one or more-' drives when the weather is suitable.-.. The pony's name is Bouncer. Who will Bouncer 'First Standing Monday All newspaper co upoas and voting certificates iseued with subscriptions., intended- to-.be; to; the1'" credit of already nominated in' Herald be at v _ .qonCest headquarters not ,dater-v than -i-out of votes ij reachin h votes ij reaching the; contest office Monday morning; to be Placed to their' credit, test conducted'by the manager of this .two ?.iOO. pianoSj..f outmatches and other smaller prizes jwere added after the votes were counted. ,u Herald 'is "not making any rash prom- at .the .same timejthis paper is noted for doing things when occa- sions or -circumstances .demand. Can- didates should get some comfort from this fact." _ ..Every candidate should .pitch- arid pitch; in the MeLaughlin isuick.auto, or the ?500 cash or Cor- onation trip. Even the ?400 building lots would be splendid fine reward, the effort re- quired. After the grand prizes come the dis- trict to .flOO divided .to the one leading each district, and ?25 to -the candidate standing second.. I The a newspaper, has kept abreast of-the country; in fact, may be said to produce a more up-to- date -paper than is': turned out in any city of equal size in Western Canada, Candidates need not apologize when, they ask friend or acquaintance to subscribe for the Daily or Weekly THE HERAED'S Automobile ami Contest :_TM? 'arid "need "be" :serit in didate. r J Nominate (Name of Candidate) District No. f Street or Signed (Name of Address. the candidate wishes to compete Shetland name bfr low. Competing for Shetland Pony f J VOTING POWER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS AND THE PRJCE OF THE HERALD DAILY HERALD ......By Carrier By Mail New Old SIX MONTHS 1.50 12GO 600 ONE YEAR 4.00 3.00 3000 1500 'TWO YEARS-___-v 8.00 6.00 9000 4500 THREE YEARS 12.00 9.00 15000 7500 "FIVEYEARS 20.00 15.00 27000 13500 WEEKLY YEAR 1500 .TWO 3.00 3500 THREE YEARS 4.50 5000 FIVE YEARS ___...............; 7.50 10000 TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER VOTING COUPOIV1 DAILY HERALD TEN VOTES For any regularly nominated candidate in the Dailv Grreat Prize District No. (Name of (Address.) "This package viotes Void After December 10 This coupon will count for votes when properly filled out and sent to the Contest Department of The Herald before the expiration -date shown above.