Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 6, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta
Have just received several more large shipments of- Including 350 boxes California Evaporated Fruits, 250 cases Evaporated Apples/100 cases Red Feather Tomatoes, 60 cases New Pack Salmon, Valencia Raisins, Seeded Raisins, Table Raisins in boxes and cartons, Currants, Peels, Shelled Almonds and Walnuts, Figs, Christie Brown 8c Co/s Biscuits and Confectionery, including Macaroons, Rusks, Ginger Wafers and Italian mixed in tins. Oka, Stilton, Rocquefort, Gorgonzola, Imperial and Ontario Cheese, Peanut Butter, Ontario Apples in boxes aiid barrels, etc., etc. S P E C I R L 365 cases Alvinston Corn, at $2.50 per case. $2.40 in 5.case lots, new pack, excellent quality. 45 sets English Toilet Ware, printed and gilt, from $2.50 to $18 per set. New designs and excellent values. Boots and shoes, Clothing, Cents' Furnishings, Dry Goods, Carpets, Linoleums, Etc. A full line at popular prices. In our Ladies' Wear Department, up-stairs, we carry a range of goods that cannot be duplicated in the district. Inspection invited. Letter Orders receive careful attention. Prompt delivery. Wholesale and Retail. Telephone 33, Lethbridge, Alta. I Christmas Presents For Gentlemen! Military Hair Brushes 'SL $1.50 to $6.00 We have them with or without oases. Collar and Cuff Boxes in soft and stiff leather at all price*. Smokers* Sets, Ebony Mirrors, Triplicate Mirrors, Gillette Safety Razors, Tobacco Boxes, Leather Covered Pocket Flasks, Card Cases, Leather Wallets and Bill Books,Whi8k8 and Whisk Holders, ShaTing Brushes, Soap Boxes. .). HpMli Ffvmily and Dispensing Chemists TELEPHONE 49. NIGHT BELL. GOSSlPlByt-e ON THE SIDE T�i��er a king and ettt�Vtain�d at a *>afliciu:t. Wc wont to say a word aljoui tlic O. W. Kcrr Co. l^st wook the business ot this cnterpnsinK >sas placod in U�a hacsis of �oo. M. Hatch a�d Mr. Coons. H. H. Owen and Mr. McKcnzic. who have i-epr^ scivt�d the firm hare during oint and m that view they are not tnistak.�n. Bot'h g�nttGnwn aro extivjntaly cap -abU). Mr. liiatch Is known to nio.st of us. as a bi'H iKsartod, vigorous, pro grefittive citlz,-?n. Thongh an American by tirlh. Mr. flatch is a stniinOi believer in thcs luturo of .Mljerla and .8 on� of the l>est rustlers for the country that ever landed in l^elh -brldgv. Mr. Coons is a nuir. ol similar qualHies and tho O. W. Korr Co.'s business is in A 1 hands. n. ft. McDulIce is leaving Rajinjiid and after ho gets away, tlie Su/.far, City, will rmlizo more than it doe-i now that ho was one of the best inon who a\'cr lived iu the town. Mc-DulTea has workctl for RaymomI day in and day out, at home and a-broad. by word and by deed. Min lik-e that should never leave Alberta tlicy shouldn't �)c allowed la leave, they oiiffht to Ix; �)onus��d to .-Jiny ho re. The Kcrr Co. have done more for Lethbridge and the district sur -rounding it in the posit twelve months, than any o'ther agency. Huit-dreds of the boat farmers of the Kerthweeu torougiit hera to view their lands uni get a slimpw o( Sunny Soutfaarn Alb�rt�. What .is tha nosult? Lcth-bridge and di8>trict have been better advertised than ever before. More soitl0in��t will take place around here next year as a result of the oampA'ign carried on under the aus -picefl of this company than could haxo heon ftnticipat biive matin a bucccsh of agriculture m tho prairie States. As lonff as .itun-ny Southern Allierla is pushed to the fore by hustlers like the Kmr Co. our future 'is in good hands. Mr. Owen who is vio*-prcsidcnt of tha company, is a perfect gentleman, as hoBcAt and s)riniitv as tho day 'A long. MacKcnzie is a jolly good fellow, a worker from the drop of Do liat. It is a pity that we can't ha/o them as perntanent dStizcns. Anwngst those who know ilon. -ever, .she wicnt. On the legUslativn trip Ittist sunun'sr .ljo was extrcnwi.V popular and the njws of hi?r suddan and e>irly death will u Rhock to ail hur frionds. Toronto is Riving MacKonzio nn.-l Mann. th� railroad magnates, a ban-vim-t. Tha Ontario capital niu.st foel Uiny nood sqiiaix) nioal, for thati city navcr spends its money on other people ur.losa thei\! is good reason tor It. There Is every promise of a heavy advance in real estate prices iicro Ire the spritsg. It kehoovcs every citizen to invest, now. in order, to reap th� profits in the toext six months. Are you r.ext? GET THE REWAim. Vancouver. Xov. 30.-The powa^^*j^ offered by tho Dominior.' and provincial governniieuts and tha C.I'.K., for To have l)Cftutlful, perfect pink, , velvet-like lips, apply at be� ibouae lat�ly." happen?" "The baby\�lopt tho wholo ni�*t?' �You don't tall me! How did :t -neboboth Siuday Herald. nawir a �j8w town on the Wotas -kiwin ibranch of the C.P.n. displays tho right spirit. The Bonk of 'i!oin-meroe has located there ond tho . a. W. M. I'., SI,350; Corix>ral T. Hrowning, N.W.M.P. Sl,350; Cor poral Jas. C, .Stewart, �l,3ri0; Corporal C. n. IV'ters, N.W.M.P., 3."�0; Constable W. I^. rcrnie, Kaiii-loops, SI.S.'jO; Constable K. T. w. I'oarse, Kamioops, $800; Philit� Thomos (Indian), Kamioops 8700; Ignace andian) 870fl; Mitchelle, (Indian) Knmloops 8700; F. K, tor, $500. MR. SHERMAN'S RULING Cliimed by a Fernie Paper to be Partial to Himself. (Pernio Free Press.) Thfl election for tho olllcers and members of I)isti*ict lioard No. J8 U.M.W, of A., will shortly take place For tho ofllce ot president tl*8i� ware thrc*> nonvinnitions, one from Bank -hend, r>TK� from Feniia and one from Frank. Mr. Slierman has ruled that all nominaUoh.s but his own are, for technical reasons, irregular, and that hi is tha only candidate and tlitjr!?-fore sui\j of'the job. U is now slated that his own nomination is technically irregular but that ha has not seen fit to overlook in his own oa.'�a tlio kind of objection on which he soizixl iu the) ca.se of his opponents for the purpo.'^f of d.s qualification. It is rmnored that t.ht-'re aro things doing' throughout the district to see that this important position is not captured in tj�s way. -Ml of the alleged disfjMttlifications are based on puixily technical irregularities. Mr. Sherman's contention, we unders'tand, is that his two rivals' nomination p.apers did not reach the d.strict secretary by the 6th of October as required by the constitution. Tlva same con9Litution howov -or. says that the result of tlie nominations must be .sent to tho variotfs local unions before the 12ih of the same month. This was not complied with, thoy tjeing noarly a month late, in arriving Thcreforo, according to ilie constitution, the nomirjation^ wore all "irregular nnd, tochnicnlly speaking, illegal. Bank of Montreal ESTABLISHED 1817 .$i4.aiMii Cspllsl all plid up............... RcMrved Fsnd............. Bslaace Profit sod Loss.......... . . Mi^li* Head Office, Montreal PRESIDENT: HIQIIT IION'. UmU STit.Vl'h0ona AMO.MOUMT BOYAL. r�fts toiii available �i all polnit la Ualted Statee, Garepa Caa4 Caaada Intereat allowed on d�p�*lle at eurrant^ralaa Salvo. Then, next mornintt, notice carefully the effect, iDry, crackixl, or colorless lips mean feverishness, and fltox at our store and l>o convinced. Ijargc, Glass Jam 25 cents. .1, D. Hlgii.'botham &) Co The city of LMmoniton is going to ask the city of Strathcona lor a 20-y3ar franehi.se for the xtelophonc business. Tno proposition is that if .Slrathcona will grant the franchise asked. Edmonton tvill Instal thi automatic system across tho river and connect them in direct, with un automatic central hero, so that all the telephones of the two towns will be handled on the one switchboard. ||Lethbridge Branch - LL""" Money Here*t a chance for tlM Specobtor to jnillw hundred per cent, before aeoond piymeaft* it 4m� We offer land in section lots for $1 per acre down. Lnud in less thftn section lots $1.50 an acre down. jgbeita Really ?o. Phone 141: C. R. DANIBL. mm Subscribe for The Heral4.