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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, December S, 1010, Are how arriving in CAR LOAD LOTS. This week, we have un- loaded a car of viery FANCY XMAS GOODS, and the are very reasonable. Wagstaffe's Pure .JAMS V 5111 varieties, in o'lb.-p.iSs, price ea iii5 lb. pails, price MARMALADE i3Jny2 lb. tins, price ea: MINCE'MEAT fe 5 IK pails, price ea.........-.. MINCEMEAT 28 oz. glass, price ea. SOc .70C .....35c Imported Raisins and Currants FANCTS- ?n? in 1-1K pkg. ...y.U.- "in 1 lb. pikgs.. per -35c VALENCIA SELECTED 1--.. Of 28 Ibs. i.T.7-. for EILIATRA VOSTIZA CURttiSSTS In -Tliese finest currants -that money "can "buy.- ---iPricdrper lb- r ..13c Importecl anci Daliis perlb. v. c "'4.' s.- 1 ,2 l-2fiiiv y ;3 -in'., per .25c >TATfeRAL FIGS -1. In baskets, price eaen. COOKING FIGS Sacks of about 28 Ibs.persack Or Three pounds for -25c 3FARD DATES Per pound, .20c Per Case of about 12 1 -2 Ibs. eaeli HALLOWEE BATES EuLk, 2: Ibs. for, .v. 25c Red Feather Goods CANNED COBN .Per. case; of .'2 dozen. Or Two tins for -25c ;_ ordinary liar d kind tliat you gener- ally a very fine pea at the same price .Per case of 2 dozen tans. Or per Vineland Eanned Good We h'a Ye" 4 car of goods arriving next week They are especially known for their superior quality. Every tin is a satisfactory tin.. ..HIGH CLASS GROCEBS.., Wbolesale and Retail Fruit'and Produce. Prompt Delivery. RPER lAMEi AlTO Tories Take ExcetAon to A- on Naval Policy Ottawa, Dec. F. D- Mont took occasion.-. the -parliamentary session yesterday to criticize the action- of. Commander Roper, chief of staff, of the naval department for utterances made 10 La Presse in- defence of launched at: him by opponents naval policy. Exception was ken to Conimander Roper's ui- ai a dinner at the -Central Canada Exhibition, contending that ualess by his minister, Commander "'-Roper had 'rio ''right ,16 discuss the affairs of the navy in pub- lic. v., .Mr. pointed- cut- that' Mr: Monk haji Commander 'Rop- er in a to Le De Voir, but the latter denied this, slating that he had merely -stated prior -to- Commander RoperX -for 'Canada -thai: the latter' been "the selection .of a ship.. Mr. Brodeur re- plied" ittat -inasmuch -as the -service? of -Commander Roper had been 'loaned by the British government -that he should not be subjected to .the the same criticism as .-might "be directed toward a man of Canada's ing. Hon. E. L. Borden also depre- cated Commander Roper's conduct, but the incident closed.. Trith- Sir Wil- frid Laurier's- remarks to the effect that while no 'doubt the commander. had- been indiscreet that- allowance must be made for tis. unfamiliarity here. The premier replying.; to- a by-GpL- Sam .Hughes with ..reference to certain items or expenditure in the auditor-general's report concerning purchaser 'mad-e in" f connection ith the: S.acpe-d Heart church, spttawa, stated that they: had "been' paid for out of the appropriation, for the -ser- vice. of. the Commons. The articles had been purcHased "at 'a ba-: zaar and in -use 'in the speaker's aocira4> I'-. Sproulc moved -for "the corres- pondence having bearing em the sta- tus 'and foreign consuls Official; prer mi-er stated" that status of- the consuls undefined, but that if the consuls Tvere-in-. England or any other purely independent country ._ they have no -He went on con-. suls have only a commercia'l duty to perform and -a -diploniatic viewrpjoin.t the "consuls had ho status Many; [consuls credentials "and ca- pacity had performed certain 'diplo- matic offices. SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE FURMTOKE Tcmorrow FRIDAY at 2 P.M. First door east of J. M. Red- ding't Store, North Ward by W. L, .Auctioneer Instructed -by the I will sell the following without reserve: .Beds, Dressers .and stands 1 Early'English Morris ROCK- er 'i 1 Early English Rocker, leather seat 1 couch Tables- Chairs Cot .and j: Large quantity of floor oil- clorh 1 4-hole. coolv stove 1 2-i.ole laundry stove Bedding dishes One nearly jjew drop head sewing machine, in 'perfect order. W. L. WILSON Phone Terms cash. GRAIN VLSSEL RAN ON ROCKS Fort William, Dec. first ser- ious accident of the season to any Canadian boats at the head of the lakes occurred early yesterday morn- ing when the steamer bound for Goderich with grain; wejit ashore' on the rocks at Blakes' Point on Isle Royale, 46 milts out from Fort Wil- Tugs have been despatched to the spot from Port Arthur, but a. wireless message received at midnight stirs that they cannot approach, the stricken vessel as the" seas are -run- ning so heavily, but they are stand- ing by through the night until- it will be possible to commence opera- tions 'with the coming of day. The unlucky vessel is owned-by the Inland Navigation Company pt Hamilton, and left "the "harbor 'at "Port Arthur at p. m. Tuesday night bushels of wheat and flour, clearing before midnight, as her- in- surance expired half" an hour.later. She was closely followed by the Squires, which is reported to have sent a message to Mr. J. P. ihe Empire elevator. Messages came torhand about half an hour after mid- day and the Canadian "and AY recking Co- tug Whalen, and derrick scow Empire, were on the scene of the .wreck within thirty, minute. They would arrive before dark, but it was evident that the point where the steamer lies must be very danger- ous, probably the spot where, .the Mon arch went ashore several years ago. THE .JAMES FAX CONCERT fOR WHO MADE Under, .-the" auspices of the Garfctitr College. on Sale at Red Cross Drug A Book Co. 75c and Captain Alvinston is in command, the oldest- mar ineV men, in the service on 'the la'kes, vessel was on trip to the east, she' Tvas to winter. jV Rolling" Port Arth-ufv Dec. word has been received as 'to whether it has been possible, for the Canada Towing and, Wrecking Company's outfit to commence -..work pn the sWamer Dun- lehi on -'the ''rocks Blake's Point, Isle Royale, 50 miles "from here. In- dications are of. heavy seas, .-which may prevent the tugs approaching the stranded boat. If in an exposed po- sition it'may break- on the other 'hand it may soon frozen in, -in which case c'argo-v' at least could- be saved .DYNAMITING IN CHICAGO Chicago, Dec. the. second time within three days a bomb was exploded in. Italian quarter on south side. TVo oiit' of five sticks planted in the doorway of 10S West Tnirueth The .three 'storey fori-ekr structure. GAMBLING LID DOWN TIGHT IN MINNEAPOLIS Dec. .gambling lid went on last night, three card'clubs in down town districts are known to nave -closed their doors, and four otners are supposed to have: followed suit. V STANDING OF "London, Dec. of England which voted yes- 'terday remained staunch to tne Unionist cause. Position today is as'follows: Liberals Laoor and "Socialists .Nationalists Independent" "-Nationalists Total. 209 Unionists............. .1.88 Union -.gain's-' 19; Liberal" Socialist' gains--' 4; In-'dependeat Nation- j. .i, jr. .i 't -T. J. JL J- .1, V T Tr T1 jo The Most Spot In JFqwn Some Big Bargain in Ready-to-Wearables y i Evening Silks 'V half-price J -wide -in Tamolirte Sress Sis I sky, cream, res.e'da, -pile, rose, .brown, clav. pint and t -5., yds for' only" for "vin good fall aiid Begular .ralue All at per Go Garts Rocking Horses Pianos .Ms T ._.., Visit to our st6re: will enaBle ybu to select something to deligtt any child Shop early, while the assortment is complete L J. Street. Lethbridge The Neckwear and Belt Department Sparkling with the newest novelties of the season; put' up each in a fancy Christmas box. Selling ;at 2oc and up :t-o Fancy I Side board runners, dresser covers, 'fancy doyliesr cloths, laundry bags and linen, cushion covers. They come.em- broidered, lace trimmed or in drawn work. Prices raiie from 5c all the way up to GLOVES FOR MEN Ladies, a pair of gloves make a 'useful and acceptable gift to a gentleman. We have every de- sired kind to show vou- at the very smallest price, up, GLOVES Ladies7 Mocha Silk lined Ladies' Moclia wool knit lininp- for........ Ladies Kid G-loves -95c Ladies' "Glaze Kid-Gloves Ladies' Suede Gloves Ladies' Doe lined Gloves -75C S12.00 to--................ Silk 1 -piece reduced to- .-v W'ool 1-piece reduced to-v. .512 50 JL r 4KF I Skin .as......... Silk and Set and.15.50 for Showing a Splendid Line of Kimonas at Do your shopping at Simpson's and enjoy the Merry Christmas Season in it's fullest sense The Simpson Co., Limited ;