Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, December THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD on 300 Pairs SKATES s Invoice Prices Buy Your Skates at Ling's and save Other items that will make you get a sjkate on to Ling's, Hurry, hurry, or for the Kitr Siovis a ffyaters at Ling's you save iii actual money will fey a couple or three Prices Forced Down to Imjyer; Large Buying Sentenced For FWeeri NO.I only -H-; nomiiistead of Savory Cookers, small, medium and large, 1-3 off. Stephens Paint, a gal. Stephens Varnishes all at cost prices. j.'- Cold Blast Lanterns Each 65C Ammunition, Shells 10 and 12 size, box .550 All cartridges 25 per cent. off regular prices. Nails, all A keg- Miners' gal. dimier pails 75c size for......45 G 91.00 size for___650 size .-.7.-. -75C Tin Dinner 25ckind2for 3Se 40c kin-d for 95 cop. boilers anti-rust boilers for cop. boilers Gal. Boilers -35C Rogers Dinner Knives and Forks Tea Knives and Forks for S3.BQ Dessertspoons Tea Spoons, a Nevada i a .dozen ,25 'dozen v-g5c Forks, a dozen Avalon and gonMunity- 12. ware 331-3 off Pipes'- A length Elbows 2 for Rope all sizes, Ib. Dampers Pie Plates. 8 for Dutch Cleanser 4, 95 Carving Sets Fibre Wash Tubs Lare -S1.10 Coal Scuttles 35c. 40c, 50c and 95c are the prices now in" stead of 50c, 60c, 75c, aiid Hay Rack Fixtures Airsizes Galvanized Wash Medium Chain Pipe Tongs Each Enamel Ware at Factory prices. Barb and now less than cost. Lantern Globes Lamp Ghimneys Potato Mashers 5 C Royal Canadian Covered Cog Wheels Piunp Cijal Oil Cans, Fruit Presses now -25C Regular 60c. 4 Loaf Bread Mixers NOW 8 Loaf Bread Mixers 'M S2.45 HALF PRICE LIST Cocoa Mats NOW large Cocoa 75c Cocoa Mats Now All Brass- 1-2 Price. Bird Cages Now 75C All. Hanging. and Parlor Lamps 1-2 Price Shoe Polish. Stove Polish 1-2 Price. All Brass Goods, Brass Candles and Cuspidors 1-2 Price. Stuart's Furniture Polish 2 for -25C Liquid Veneer -35C Large size. 25c Dippers 15c Enamel Pie Small, 3 for .-25c Large, 3 for X-'--.25C' Tin Pie; Plates 7 for 25C 25c Pails, now 35c Pails, now 20C 40c Pails, now ....25C 50c Pails, now 30Q. 25c Covered Bust Paiiis 15c Dust Pan, now 5 C Mouse Traps, 8 for 25 C Nonsuch Stove Blacking large tins, 2 for Miners' Caps and Miners' Lamps. 2 for -35C Oil 1 burner....... -50Q 2 burners ......95 G 3 burners.....51.45 NOW! 500 STEP LADDERS! Faultless Step Ladder 4 fit. ladders f or 5 ft ladders 7ft.ladders... 10 ft. ladders Shelf Lock Step Ladders 4 ft. 5ft. ladders 85 C 6 ft. ladders 7 ft. ladders Roped Extension Ladders 28ft.ladders.. 30 ft, ladders 32 ft. ladders.. Stephen's Paiats a gi The best goods at the best prices ever quoted in Lethbridge L I NAILS a keg Redpath St. Lethbridge MALCOLM CONTROLS THE CANNERIES Noted Financier 'Says He Has Had to Buck all the Banks Medicine, Hat, Nov. 29 Mai eolm, former -the Canneries, came into the city yester- day, and.is interviewing the'- local shareholders of the company. Mr. Malcolm stated tfiat he- now. has powers of attorney .and..proxies from 862 out-of 971 shareholders, rep- resenting over ninety per "cent of the. total stock subscribed, .which gives him the controlling nual meeting tb be ieW next Satur- day, in Winnipeg. It is his possible, to oust.tae present when he will be in a position to, get the- plant running in months'1' tiine. The necessary money for- this had been promised him the moment he', takes control, He had to fight _all the banks hi the he said, .and the vigorous opposition -01 the Monetary Times, which: He desigf nated as a black-mailing' organ. He felt sure, that he tc'ac- complish'his aitd; that-being the case the plant will "be' running au l Wnen'-tiie hairlthihs ;6ut f the head and' the bald; ing ready to appear .-in public.v don't et-discouraged'or o your druggist "and ask for; Parisiai' age Hair He will charge you Oc for a large bottle ause hair to grow where'' tninning out, tolafi will. And we want .to say'toVeyerybcHJy, man, woman and that .yoii ;can nave your money tback if Parisian. Sage isn't half aver, hair beautifier sand; .idandrjifl -tire on the market.today. it stops itching scalp and'; f.'failing fcair and makes hair grow Dunclantly. Ml everywlierie, Parisian Sage or postpaid- .tram1: Mfg. Erie, See tnat the sirl with the Auburn ih'air- oa eyery bottle. Sold and guaran-; eea by. Jackson dope drugsists.o.; BIG YEAR 0l MINES CLOSED; TEMPORARILY -Fernie. inter: est was'manifested today among'-all; classes. oi "people -when it was learned, that-the south side mines at the Coal; Creek 'Collieries7 The rum or'factory-was-at ohce..put upon 'full-time .and the product .turn- Jed out lor a iwMle'_was tly blue.timge. It was stated; 'that .half mines. had ;been-shut: down i that'. men were 'thrown- Great Northern: railway. .to take." any. more Crow's .Nes-t Company, and' many ier equally" alarming-absurdities ,were being-multiplied', until timid people began to coming on at- a-rapid .-gait. Divested of all it was lay Herald-.repre- sentative that numbers two -and 'three mines had been tempor- arily, owing to.the curtailing ders lor coal'by .the. G-.. .to the one' thousand, tons daily time. ille'total output at Coal Creek had risen lo tons which add- ed to the Michel output, made -a" daily tonnage of more .than double :the output of; last-year. '-This will cause the laying oft ct two or three hundred men for a-few and'will be felt because of the -.season oi the year, but Manager Ashworth 'does not anticipate any long continuance of this condition- The total tonnage of; all the mines was less a-t this time last year, than is the reduced tonnage now being turn ed out at the Coal Greet -mines. NO SMOKING IN POLLING BOOTHS State of Washington Wo- men Get Vote bj Gov- Proclamation "Olvmpia, Nov. of tha state of Washington, 21 years of age or over, now have the right-to vote at all general or- special elections, Governor M. E. Hay having issued late -today his proclaniaiiou putting in force the constitutional amendment adopted by" the male voters at the election held November '8. Complete returns. from, all counties were'received'by the "secretary of state today and promptly certified to the governor, who at once proclaimed the result. 'The-returns show that the suftrag amendment carried--by a majority o having been cast for it, and against it. Although'women have the righ vote they will be unable to parti- cipate in any elections until next year, 'the registration books throughout the state haye been closed for -the year, the attorney gener al has ruled that register ed prior to the issuance of ;the gover- nor's proclamation, are illegally reg- istered. A question has also been raised concerning the wording of >the regis tration law, which now provides fq; the registration of only '''male citi zens." The legislature, which meets in Ja uary, will amend this law to strik word "male." The attorney general, in an informal ruling, has held that this is not absolutely neces sary He says the registration law is amended by implication, as it is in conflict with 'the constitutional provi sion granting equal suffrage. No Smoking When Women Vote Seattle, Nov. ordinance pr hibiting smotoing at polling places on election day, both during the hour the polls are open and while th votes are being counted, was passec by the city council tonight. Th'e or dinance is the 'direct result of th adoption of the woman suffrag amendment to the state constitution its sponsors saying that tbey to make the polling places attractiv to the newly, enfranchised feminine Washington; States." has> justr 'passed.- banner yearf-lor. drinicsV 'smKes oleomargarine. Tia- une. 30 as --is oi the' internal; year, .before. barrels an'increase more than, 1909. crease or a one cube ing or-' -tobacco _ turirig 'df. inobnshine .increiase, says, are liihifcion The receipts" iese certain bthe'i.v.lMngsv- as; playing" .to, more and Corrarassloner- of about It; a-nd a little, more "than seven; mills fto'Y collect hen presenV' xt June '30, ..Commissioner estimates his men -will have, collected at 'least, at the same cost. V --V, Commissioner: Cabell's speak-; ing. of illicit Alabarqai Georgia, North; Carolina; 'ind.' -V South. Carolina lead in "offenses oi- tbis'.char-. acter.- the' year.-; closed" plants, 200.iaore -than ..'last year.' While .the manufacture7 of .olebmar-: garine has increased: the, tax, were' disappointing. ThatVis be because a large proportion of .the; oleomargarine is so" made ;as a. lover -Many .prosecutions are .under charging violation of the but Commissioner Cabell declares be H6ves they co'nstitute only a small portion of the real I -X ROSEBERY TALKS London, Nov. today at Manchester, Lord Rosebsry first. called attention, to what lie character-'. Ized as an encroacninent on personal liberty, wnich. nad ;taken place under tne present governiaent, .in tae way of an inquisitlonv; and lie ventured to. say that their anoestora. would not nave submitted to.' it.' Tnere was. dan- ger to tne. State of Irisb, -dictation, sictlzed 'by foreign gold. Reverse the situation and would not'sucn a scheme In tfle United States -be irretrievably aamned? Is there a, greater danger tnrsatenea to our liberty than the sin- gle chamber as proposed iby the gov- ernment, Had a Distressing, Tick- ling Sensation in The Throat. QLA NQT SLEEF AT Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is rich in the lung-healing virtues of the Norway pine tree. It is a. pleasant, safe and effectual medicine that may be con- fidentially relied upon as a specific for Coughs, Olds, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Quinsy, and all Throat and Lung Troubles. It -will stop that tickling in the throat causes the dry cough that keeps you awake at night. Mrs. J- A. Smith, Marshville, Oct., "I had a very bad cough and that distressing tickiing sensation in my throat. It was so bad I could not sleep at night and my lungs -were so sore I had to give up work. "Our doctor gave me medicine it did me GO good, so I got a bottle of Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup, and by the time I had used two bottles I cured. I am always recommending it to my Do not be humbuggedjnto buying the so-called Norway, Pine Syrups bufrbeeure and insist on "Dr. Wood's." It is put up in a yellow wrapper; ''three pine trees-the trade mark; the price 25c. Manufactured only by The T. Milbura Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat.