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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAorttx THf LtiTHbRIDGE DAILY MIRALB, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1fW. Ten Days' Sale, commencing Wednesday, Dec. 15th A GREAT HOLIDAY SALE Of Men's Suits, Overcoats, Furs, Underwear, Boots, Shoes, etc., for Ten Days Only I'roni now until Xmas Eve there will be the greatest slinking up and. clearing- out of winter goods that has ever taken place in this store. Every month of 1909 has shown a big increase over last year and now we are determined effort that December will show u much largr percentage of increase than any previous month of this year. "We have an unusually large stock that must be reduced 'before the first of January. 9 Therefore Bargains will be the order of the day from now on. Come early, -while assortments and sizes are complete Good-bye Prices in Fur Coats 1 only Coon coat, regular price .Sale 1 only Northern Coon coat, size '42, regular Sale Price I only Kat lined coat, good quality Beaver shell. No. 1 Persian Lamb collar, size 42, regular Sale I'rire 1 only Itar lined coat with Persian Lamb coll-ir and lapels, regular Sale 1 only Metua lined coat with No. Beaver and Otter collar, regular Sale Price, 1 only black Hat lined coat with No. 1 English Beaver shell and No. -1 Otter collar, regular Sale Price 1 only brown Bear coat, regular Sale Price................................. Fur Caps, Collars, etc. at big reduction in price. RAT LINED COATS FOR These coats are special value at lined with, extra quality Bat, No. 1 English Beaver shell and No. 1 Otter collar and lapels. Only three to clear. Sale 1 only black Bear coat, regular Sale Price FELT SHOES CLEARED AT COST 50 pair Amherst Box Calf shoes, regular Sale Price 25 pair high cut boots, regular Sale Price Black hockey boots, regular Sale Price Tan hockey boots, regular Ten Days' Sale, commencing Wednesday, Dec. 15th Men's Suits Our" entire stock of FIT REFORM and PKO- G-RESS BRAND suits will be placed on sale at greatly reduced prices. Regular suits for Regular S12.00 suits for Regular 813.50 suits for Regular suits Regular suits for Regular suits for Regular suits for Regular suits Regular suits for................ Regular suits Regular suits Regular suit A CLEAN-UP OF MEN'S CLOTH OVERCOATS Everything in heavy cloth overcoats. Craven- ettes, etc.. will be marked down at quick sale prices Shirts 25 dozen negligee shirts, regular price to clear..................................... 75C A CLEAN-UP OF MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS These shirts are made with Lounge collars to match and' laundered' cuffs, regular and Sale 50 dozen men's heavy ribbed wool underwear, regular Sale Price..................60c Stanfield's heaw ribbed wool underwear, regu lixr Sale Price All heavy working shirts at quick sale prices to clcur. McKelvie Mr fin W A Only Exclusive Men's Outfitters in Lethbridge ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, clusive, good to retttrn "within OUR LETTER BOX. j OBJECTS TO PROPOSED TAX Oshkosh, WiSi, Dec. 10, 1909. Editor of the Herald, Letirbridge. Alberta, Dear you will .kindly grant I me 3. lixtix space in youz valuable pa- per I like to prevent the view of z. regarding z. resolu- HKKI usssec ibe Alberta Local Im- PTOTSEUSI- Dta'ricr association, re- eefiuihr szsszoz Sirat-hcoaa. viz.: tsis convention of Tickets issued in connection Atiastie Steamship Business will be on. sale from Nov. 21 and limited to months frora date oi issue. Finest EqaipmeEn., Stairqard PIIHS. Class and Tourist Sleeping Dining Cars on all Through TraUiS- Compartment Library Obsarvatic-n Cai5 on "Imperial and "Av Express TFSIES Da3? 3 cl rsrr Districts recoin- srraiZcsssats be made rsa: rA less than cactu psr charged on zli Basis- 37 or CANADIAN Excursions Single Fare Plus for the Round Trip From all stations in Ontario. Port Arthur and West. Man- itoba, Saskatchewan and Al- berta, to, Mil CO IIC TOR I UNO POINTS Tickets on wle December 16 17, 18, 1909 21, jto Alberta instead of a benefit. I am because he is an everlasting "boost-' MUST SHOW HIM j a non-resident and own acres in er" jor Alberta, and thereby assists Editor of the Herald i townships 43-19 and 13-20, 'and pay materially in getting actual settlersj report of city fathers in I from 13 cents to 15 cents per acre into your country, which you need. !Jfssion 1 i ixews. taxes, and since the C.N.R. hare as- j Under the present system of taxing body has to themselves the sured us of a line through there I, land in Alberta the non-resident al- power to give to their fire chief j have to creak some of my j reacjy pays more taxes per valuation greater powers than their chief of land this year and will continue to! of pr0pcrty than the local farmer by Police or other constable in the improve the balance as fast as money j the ]atter exempt on all stock Dominion possesses. Item: Chimneys, and men can do it, and as a non-resi- T, "The chief ma7 make an inspection dent I will probablv spend more'mon- bmldings- a SUrtai 1S -any -time." The you say ey and develop it faster than would on land non-residents it Now rm from Missouri? many local residents who might he-1 sbould at least limited to only j If he comes with a search warrant, come owners of my land through a non-residents and speculators who do he may> but the fire chief has no confiscatory, not imProve tlieir holdings, and the more rigllt to inspect my chimney j minimum improvements required (without rny consent than any other 'should be to cultivate not less than'private citizen. one-tenth or one-eighth of their hold-, sir, another item which con- ings, although I am firmly oi the cetlls every water user. The laundrv opinion that such a tax requirement and otiier manufacturing enterprises which will force away from you out- pajr from js to S10 per gallons siders who are interested in your OI- water, while the private user is country will work a much greater j soaked. per first harm to you than the tax can bene- tap per year. Now, sir, my own fit you. Thanking you, I remain, ihousehold of three use about 100 Yours truly, gallons per year, worth DR. F. N. OlUM. forced sale because of a tax law. Every improved acre is of equal value to Alberta whether improved b7 a local resident or a non-resident, acd every re-si-dent farmer in Alberta is more or less of a speculator as sscs ssrtax "o be used j much as a non-resident by owning for road i and holding acreage not un- I nc-M in addition I dcr cultivation. wi biii on cnimprov-S Every non-resident owning land in ?d !antap be followed. If a person requires a pail of wat-er he gets it whether it ;is iip or 'down stairs. j It is, in my estimation, high time that we have someoneat the head of i affairs who could make the water 'system pay, so that the small con- jsunrer who uses water for personal 'uses would not pay some thousand to hundred ner'.cent. 'higher than j the man who purchases H 2 O for ;his manufacturing business. I Thanking you in advance for valu- p 'able space, I am, sir, Yours respectfully. RATEPAYER. j Civic election at Nan ton resulted as i follows J. G. Cooper, mayor; councillors, G. H. McKay, W. L. Watt and C. Feathcrstone trustees, i J. A. Robertson, -J.'H.'Burnett. A. I C., Bryan. How Wifl They Act? That is the test for Suits and Overcoats. You can see the style, fit and finish for yourself. But how they will wear and hold their shape, rests with the makers. The Fit-Reform trademark guarantees the service of every garment we sell. Sniuawl Overcoab 109 Reserved Seats, 1.50 General Admission, 00 Doors Open at 8. Commence at 8.30 Plan at Higinbotham's Drug Store i I SUN So Does Palace Shining Parlor R. D. Shantz and 0. D. Austin, committee JL JL Ladies' and Gents' Shoes 4- Shined. The only exrlusive shoe shining in city. If you can't ims sfd your shoes. Satit'action guaran- teed. trial OLIVER BLOCK ROUND STREET MeKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for LethbncW. To the electors: Since you have seen fit to re-elect, me to a position on the Public School Board I wish to thank you for the support and for the approval thus expressed" of my course as 'trustee for the-past two years. It shall ho-mv endeavor to fulfil the duties Of the po- sition so as to merit ttiis coruuieuoo and to best s rve the educational in- terests of the city. Thanking you again, I am, Yours sincerely, J. S. STEWART. ELECTION IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Dec. Wirt will elect a new municipal government. T he mayorality candi- dates are mayor, Evant, C. R. Wilkes and E. iJetsworthy. while six candi- dates are in tlie field'for the board of control. Mayor Evans' election is almost certain. W.Stewart of Innisfail is in the city for a few days. and may herc. Hygienic with clean hands WEBSTER'S EL PRESIDENTS. CIGAR is- a Gentleman's Cigar and the choice of a Connoisseur W. R. WEBSTER CO. Sherbrooke, Que...... The only cigar factory in the Dominion run on hygienic principles. ;