Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, IJ08. PAGE FIVE Of Groceries Confectionery As we have rented the nev block which is being erected by The Standard Land Co., situated opposite the Lyceum Theatre, we are putting on a Monster Slaughter Sale of everything we have in the store, as we are going to clear out our entire stock regardless of cost before we move. Kemember the reduced prices are for cash only, The following are a few of the bargains which are being offered: Navek. Regular price 40c per dozen. Now 25c a dozen. We have1 bought a car load of oranges and lemons direct from California and we are giving you the benefit of the money we saved on them. .Special price by the case. CANNED as peaches, pears, plums, pineapples, Lawtoii berries, blueberries, etc. Special prices on all canned fruits. GOLDE TIPS Heir, price GOc per Ib. Sunflower, reg. OOc. Now.......40c Cloverliill Creamery best in Alberta, reg. 40c- Now, a Ib..................... 35c NEW as Almonds, Wal- nuts, Filberts and Peanuts, regu- lar 25c. Now, per Ib., for a short time only 20c 35c and 40c per do7.cn, now, a doz. .....20c and 25c Special price in case lots. still have about 300 boxes of No. 1 Apples left, which we are clearing out at, per This is an extra bargain. JAM and Empress brand, guaranteed pure, in 20-oz. bottles, worth 45e, special, each, while it lasts 30c Chambers, in tins, reg. 35c, while they last, pail; for ......................75c in tins, reg. 45c, now, each ...................-35c NEW LAID 40c a dozen, new, per dozen 35c ONTARIO SNOW price while they last, 7 Ibs. for 25c You can save from 15 per cent, to '25 per cent, on all your Groceries by attending this enormous Removal Sale and laying in a supply. Everything we sell is guaranteed to give absolute satisfaction or your money cheerfully refunded. Up-to-date Grocers -PHONE 98- -4 ,4> COMING TO THE HAT of Deputation Receive Assurances Regarding Govern- ment Long Distance Tele- phone System (Medicine Hat News.) Messrs. II. Stewart, D. Milne and F. (i. Forster, comprising a deputa- tion from the Board oi Trade, wait- ed upon'Hon. W. T. Finlay, Minister) 01 Agriculture, about the first of the j mouth, in reference to the extension j to Medicine Hat from Tuber of the; Government long distance telephone system. After hearing wliut the Jtation had to say on the subject, Mr. Finlay asked that the gist of the arguments advanced be embodied in aj letter addressed to him. This was done and the subjoined acknowledge- ment hits received. j Dec. 8, "11, Stewart, Esq., "Medicine Hat, Alta., Hon. W. T. Finlay has handed me your letter of the 3rd in- stant, re Extension 01 Telephone Line from Tuber to Medicine Hat, and I j might state for your information that j might state for your information that j this extension has been under cousid- j oration for some time. There is, j however, as you are aware, some dif- ficulty in the way owing to the sparse i settlement between Tuber and Medi-j cine Hat, but the proposition has not j by any means been abandoned, and j will be up again for consideration j when estimates are being passed forj next season's work. j "In view of the fact that Medicine j Hat can be reached with less mileage from Taber than from Calgary, it is likely that the Taber extension will be authorized. .The position is fully realized here and every effort will be made to provide Medicine Hat with long distance service at the earliest possible date. "Your obedient servant, "JNO STOCKS. Think of Mooney's Biscuits as a well as a delicac. food as MOONEY'S Perfeetion Cream Sodas have the strength-giving and muscle- Jgp nronerties of Canada's finest wheat flours. Even the best home-made bread not made of better flour, is butter and milk. THE MOONEY BISCUIT CANDY CO. LIMlTtO, Stratford. Hamilton. Ottawa, Sydney, Winnipeg, Calgary. BRITAIN AND THE CONGO. Boston, Dec. Congo Re- form Association, whose headquarters are in this city, today made public TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION STOKE TO Jan. 1st, store in Hill Block, now occupied by the contents of a note of the Brit-JBuuu Head. "Deputy Minister." Government to which does not recognize the transfer of the Congo to Belgium, and which states The Grassy Lake Board of Trade shows that it is also greatly inter- ested in the project by writing Mr. Forster for information regarding the best method to follow in urging the Government to take the action. The request has been turned over to the Board of Trade. AN INDEPENDENT CANADA. Kingston, Ont., Dec. an address before Queen's5 Political Science Club yesterday on waterways and water-power, K.C., chairman of G. C. Gibbons, the International Waterways Commission, made a plea for Canadian independence. "We should be a daughter in our mother's said, "but mistress in he OUT own." Co. 26 that the grievances of which it has TO store to rent, close within a reasonable annexation. TENDERS. erection of a irame lowest, or any tender accepted. Plans ai can be seen, at- L. Eound Street. be remedied eriod. The to one corner Round and Dufferin Sts.; possession at first of year. Also ground floor office to rent, one of the finest in city; rent moderate. be sold at once; good reasons for disposal; easy terms; good price for cash. Apply A. Herald Office. 2-3 o the Tilley, Phone 197. At the Eureka Theatre, FOR containing a sum of money received on Smith St., between. Bompas and Dufferin; per month. Apply A. and L. S. Ripley. Office S, can have same by calling at Herald Office and paying expenses. 2-3 clock Thurs-908, for Block. TURKS WIN. lling. The necessarily pecifications 's Store, on L. At- a bargain, one 16 horse-power Battle Creek American Advance engine, in good repair. For particulars enquire Harry Ambrose, auctioneer, Pincher Creek, Dec. 12. The Young Turks have been successful in the local elections of Deputies to the new Chamber. The ten representatives are made up of five Turks, two Armenians, two Greeks and one Jew. young man, position: on farm or ranch; experienced. ply David Craig Lethbridge. cjo Windsor Hotel, 2-6 nurse, at once-. 408 Bartlett St. 2-6 SMALL RESTAURANT HERALD'S A couple of weeks ago the Herald announced that it would issue a Special Building Number of 30 pages early in January. We have changed our mind. We will issue a Special Building and Publicity Number of at least 52 pages about the middle of February. It will cover the building development in this city during 1908, and will be liberally illustrated. The issue will also contain articles on the agricultural and mining development in this district. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS The demand for advertising space is already very heavy, and it is important that advertisers who have not already made a contract should do so without delay.