Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tuesday, Decemberft, 1910. THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY Pairc 5 NOW IN Ihe First Sale under the isnow infill policy is to clear out betore the halt year ends, ALL remaining unsold -oods of that season.. These sales will July, but oWing.to the off season overstocked this year, ire are having our First Sale in tte d2 Wrthe aad toousands of gennine batatas left for thosT Iireakers: not ohjy bllakm ttoy thi-eeoi the best ever had. Thousands of people vlslte a pleasing Owr Bawdiri Cowifers j'.'. f. f Curtainsftttd Housefanishings _; -f Ifi ALL WOOL. fair the weaver, offered "in; a" of and description. Only the'purest wool -has. been usedHn .the Pink and blue border. Size. 72.x 90. Regular' Sale is an extra special quality; shrinkable; ;made in a-large size.-. Pink border.. Size 64 x 84.' Regular Sale GREY WOOL camping and. rough-purposes; Jstr.ong serviceable. Blue border. Size 52 x 72, "'_ Regular, Farther Reductions in Men's LACE CURTAINS" per pair.' Sale 'price' "6, LACE. CURTAINS per. pair.-.; .is MUSLIN Suitable 'for bedrooms. Sale-price '13 ENGLISH BRUSSELS sizes- 9 x 10-6 and Sale, prices are' NATURAL signs; hemmed, ".ready for use. For hotel and purposes there'ls-nothing to .equal these for wear and valuer-1 Size 20 x 20. Regular dozi Sale .per Sale, .per .yard BRUSSELSCARP per yard. Sale, per yd. ART the the bedroom, 9 x 9 x 12; reg. prices and Sale This is a your floors, with at very small" cost? FLOOR OIL yard 3i5e' PRINTED per squar yajcdV; At per ;90c, NAIRN'S; CORK square yard BOYS' OVERCOATS A "H Selling: Prices iigfit kind for this cold Treatlier, in a variety of -colors, in and seres laO.: N'S AJVD ROYS' WOOL Size-22 X 22. Regular Sale- 51-65 SPECIAt OFFER OF GINGHAM AND stripes and neat floral designs, medium shades. have, about yards of these new-goods. the regular way at 18c and 20c... Sale price, per yard ALSO.A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF.PRETTY FLORALS dark andJight grounds. Regular 40c Sale, per'yard A SPLENDID RANGE OF sold than half ..rprice; in-tweeds, lustres, Venetian'cloths, cashmeres, diagonal all Regular price Soc and Sale JiWe carry ;6nly Rubbers --and Overshoes; i" the Rubber Go's jhake'j Our special sale -prices. 'for samev areV-.r. Chili's.; 2.. buckle, overshoes; sizes ditto, sizes 11, to'2.- Special Ladies' sizes' 2.'1-2-to' 1 -cial Yo.utlis' 1 buckle sizes. 10 to 13" .V. .U Boys' ditto; sizes ,1-to 5 -Men's i-tDuckle'overshoes :..f2.25 All Reduced We are making a special 6ffer our present These- are all' new and are a at the prices Child's Berlin, .leather covered to Girls' 8 Misses' ditto, sizes Special 'at Ladies' ditto, sizes 3 to T-'. Speieial' -at Youths' 11 13 -Boys' ditto.-.sizes 1 to Men's 6 to'll-.fcornel.85: Men's extra High 1 two-strap' overshoes 1 t5: .w ____ 30c NEGUGEE SHIRTS iii assorted colors. Eeg. 70c "Now 35c RUBBER COLLARS Sale- v 25c doz. 5c each. lOc eacli All Regular :20c 'each, and 15c each "collars SFECIAL HEATHER WORSTED Don't Miss This Opportunity f J trade, worth 35c each Sale Something For Everybody We Kave purcKased the grocery and stock of W.'.H. Pardons, 1112 Coiirtland Street, and hereafter will conduct the busi- The following are some of the ness. things we will adopt as the business policy of the store, and should be of intereet 1. It -will, carry a dependably ar- ticle will by our 2. Phone orders will be given as careful attention, as a purchaser would personally give. -3. We shall make sure that every customer is a satisfied customer so far as it lies in our power. 4. Putting nuality first, we shall give as good val- ue for your money as can "b.e had at any-other.place-in better. Phone 316 1112 Coratland Leave your name and address at the store and have our man call for your orders 'I fp T Track Affair Is To Be Investigated (Continued irom front timates issued by- the City-Engineer. Arnold arose in: explana- tion of his position. He'took excep- tion to the reportfbf last' week's pol- itical meeting, that since this report Had been publicly made, it was up to him to make himself right with tne public if possible; Reports were current on tne street, also, but they were generally so vague .as to leave hotuing tangible upon which to work. He declared, however, that the money spent. upon the race track had not been-wasted. While admitting thati ed himself bvy reason- of his explana- tion. jftJd. Hatch "Same 'Bowman' thought Ar- nold's statement-should: be accepted, but Aid. Sage insisted that Mr. Arnold had not withdrawn his and. that Ms, for an investi- gation" should "'stand. Aid. Oliver Aid. Hatch' here' in- jdulged in. ces, which by "Aid. Reciprocity is Chief Topic in Taffs Mes- }sage to Congress (Continued from front page) yantage'ous measures of reciprocity will-be ".realized. Government. of Alaska U.JJLCU. t sage with the remark: to.the government Y -M onrti Trt this mutual admiration, .'there is a mo- tion before council." ,This Drought, the desired, .vote.: which re- sulted in a Aid. Sage: .and Aid. iling voting for Ala. Oliver and Aid. Bowman against. I Aid. 'Hatch, being in the chair, and rne ti-ack as it stands at, present Frame being .absent, had the de- _ -vnto Vuif rto not meet with the of rac- ing men, ne stated, that it could be m'a-de to do so without additional es- pense, for the simple 'reason that the job is not. yet finished, hence there before casting'it, Mr. Arnold, was asked if he really; wished the investigation to proceed.- Re- ceiving, an affirmative "answer, the vote immediately became unanimous. will be no necessity, for regrading. Grace, engineer of the .Southern jxhe track is now higher in the centre jAioerta.Land Co., will .be one of the than it should be, and'to remedy this j commission, another engineer !ne proposed two plans. The first second and SOmeLLeth- to remove about nine inches from the centre and fill in next the pole, or else bevel the inside of "the track, thereby airordlng a satisfactory view of the running animals. The former method would cost approximately" and tne latter Roughly estimated tnere has been spent" to date "about on the track, so that in any ev- ent it could be made entirely satis- factory at an expense of not more tnan The Calgary. Track bridge .business man the third. Chatham, city 'council instruc- ted the police to rid" the city of f ill repute. all of Alaska, I haye nothing 'to to CAUGHT the recommendations I made in my idst-message on the subject..'. I am convinced', that the migratory: ter.of its uneven dis smallness of numbers new 'census .shows to be about in to. the enor- mous, expanse, .of territory., altogether impracticable to give, to these people'1 who are .in Alaska today and may: not be. there a year hence, the to "'elect .a legislature, to govern territory to which they Have a relation so little .perman- ent.. It is far "better for the develop- ments of-the territory" that it be.com- mitted to. a commission to be appoint- ed by the executive-with limited legis- lative, powers.. It is'sufficiently broad.'T to meet the-'local-needs and better -Lethfandgp.- Ke- was than to-continue the .present' in stiff on Saturday and .was remandedr Brakeinan in Trouble With Authorities- Swiped Goods, Allied Fred Smith, 3 brakeman in the etrplov oi the CPU, running be- tween- Dunmores Lethbridge, was; taken" into custody on1' last.bv rhspector caught .Smith red-handed moving two cases of- -goods Irom a freight-car, on; the Inspector' Harris .follow-', f the brabeman and "saw: -him' place- the. goods 'in his locker; in, Tlie'.. ca-i' boose- At this time the" conductor Vas- in IB, depot., Smith admitted into, the and1 cases "of and. w '.'the- it-Jiihi down cient government with ,few' remedia Hondapimbrning, was- dation upon- which to rest." "SLEEPLES powers or. to make a popular j brought up, before inspector of, ment where there is.not a proper-foun- the After- .the evidence. of'-Inspector Harris and- Conduclor... Bassett, of, the had' been en, he committed.-.to take 'trial b.eiore'th'e next court of'compe- tent-jurisdiction of--the city cL Leth- bridge. The two cases OL goods marked.for consignment to .WardncVj Thousands of people all over this land toss night after night on a sleepless' pillow. The eyes do not close in the! Legislature, United On Issue S (Cortinued from front Aid. Hatch stated thatjhe Calgary refreshing slumber that comes to those j price, of coal. Smith-held Micfcener ridicule for the manner in which Some are troubled with, weak aad'J? htid chanSed his in the, house. _ nt, He had been an independent candidate smothering spells; others palpitatton of but naturally firted into the po- heart; others hive their nerves- sition -of leader of the Conservative unhinged; but whatever the opposition, when that position .was comes entirely from a perangement to and acccpied by nim. How track is said to toe the. finest in the whose heart and nerves.arc right, country. It. is built upon- what is Known as the "improved be- ing practically the last word in race, track construction. It had cost in' round 'figures something over 511 000. The Lethbridge track" is being DniJt alter the same style, and yet Mr, either the heart or nerves, or both naturallF couW enunciate the Con- Mtlbum's Heart and Nerve Piils oifer -servalive He SAIU Bennett Arnold stood prepared practically to the of rcfreshing. slum.: was very much inclined to exaggerate duplicate the Calgary track for some- ber. They do this by'their invigorating' thc importance of evcrv. little issue effect on the he-rt and-nerves and .will that came up in the- house an- thing like less. Aid. King wanted to know who had authorized the city engineer with Mr. Michencr took Smith to tasfc [rerence to this proposition, to which; JJ wci, Kcstncfc, Ont. for misrcprescnting his position in Air. Arnold replied that he had been VQU NcrvS rcSard lo certain Pnascs of ques- rererred to Mr. A. E. Humphries for pjjis did for, me. I would have tion' also he tnouSnt lands information, the latter being consid- seemed to lose my breath, aud be included in the resolunon, ered an authority on race tracks. He have to get up in the night'as I i as tne lands were in his opinion na4 also consulted a-Calgary expert not deep. I tried many medicines i mors local concern than other and from two had an nothing good until -I used j sources AiiQ iroui uiosc iwu uttu, Kicdneci TT j -ci w iUiioum s iic3.rt Nerve Pills I toot idea of the .peculiar requirements for, three boxes and it is three years'ago since tfte proper grading of this track. j I did so, and I haven't been troubled Aid. Oliver thought that the council j would only be throwing good-money! Heart and Nerve Pills are awav 5n having the investigation Mr. per box, or 3 boxes for at all content to bury .his personal rmiiAstPd loft th.t risers, or. mailed direct on jcccipt of f views in order that; the legislaturn price by Thc T. Milburn Co.. Limiied. might present a united front on th re- Bennett said the province the expense oi the coal inspector and oth- er oncers and since the province'bore the burden, it-shouitt have the beneiit oi the natural resources. He said ho Kt.dc ia 98 different Metal Beds arc made to, catisfy those who want thc net the can bay. The trifle iaone you pay for an Metal saves you thc disappoint- racuts a cheap bed is sure to briaj. It caaractccs you a bed that tains the snowy whiteness of, its csamcl, a bed that .is strong and, never rattles, never be- comes wobbly. Write tor the nanvs of the local dealer who sells 'J.Jetal for "The Philosophy of Sleep." which we free if yoa ask for Booklet 140 requested, as lie left that the C'.ty Engineer had already j guest ion.