Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, THE GOOD CO.'S Of Groceries Confectionery As we have rented the new block which is being erected by The Standard Land Co., situated opposite fche Lyceum Theatre, we are putting on a Monster Slaughter Sale of everything vre have in the store, as we are going to clear out our entire stock regardless of cost before we move. Remember the reduced prices are for cash only. The following are a few of the bargains which are beins: offered: SPECIAL PRICES For NAVAL Per dozen, 25 re, tJOc, or 54.00 per case, any size. JAP Per dozen 20c, or 30e per box. No. 1 stock. No better on the market, at 20c per doz. WHITE CLOVER CALIFORNIA HONEY per comb 20c. BLUE LABEL 30c a bottle. large size. PAULIN CHAMBES 2-lb. tins 25c per tin. Yellow- Danvcrs.. 5 Ibs. tor 25c. For Friday and COOKING stock, 4 Ibs. for 25c. F R ES H N Almonds, Filberts, and Peanuts. 20c per lb.; 25c per Ib. Xmas Stockings, Toys, and all Fancy going at reduced as everything must be cleared out regardless of cost. Our Goods are all fresh and everything guaranteed. Prompt delivery to any part of the city. m GOOD co. -to-datc Grocers -PHONE 98- SCOTT'S CHALLENGE TO LEADER OF OPPOSITION DR. J. S. STEWART, The new W. M. of Jforth Star Lodgo. i A. F. and A. M. PENNSYLVANIA'S COAL SUPPLY. New York, Dec. the en- tire coal supply of the Pennsylvania coalfields be exhausted in 34 years was a" prediction today by Proi Wm. Griffith, a mining expert, ci Scranton, Pa., at the hearing of the Government suit against the anthra- cite coal-carrying roads for alleged illegal combination in restraint of trade. Prof. Griffith estimated tho total available supply of anthracite for shipment in 1905 at tons, and said at the present rate consumption the supply would be used up in 1992. Will Force Hauitain to Make Good His Insinuations. Rogina, Dec. debate on the address in reply to the speech from the throne was completed this after- noon at the first business session of the Legislature, without uiiy unto- ward incident. The feature of the discussion was the premier's ringing challenge to Mr. Haultuin to make good his oft- repeated insinuations against Mr. Cal- uer, and the statement that the House would compel the leader of the Opposition to come through with his facts. The Premier announced that a Roy- al Commission or Committee oi En- quiry wuulu be appointed forthwith, in view of the fact that Hauitain con tinued his insinuations and refused to retract. NO SID'EWALK SPECULATORS. New York, Dec. voice the sidewalk theatre ticket speculat- or will no more be heard in. New York. An ordinance signed today by Mayor McGlellau goes into effect. The ordinance applies to sidewalk specu- lators onlv. RELATIONS STRAINED. Ilio ile Janeiro, Dec. rela- tions existing between lirazil and t-he Argentine Republic are distinctly strained, as a result of the jealousy at the alleged activities of each coun- try in the matter of increasing :ts naval force. SI PLUNKARO COMING. J. Lewis will make his annual bow to an audience at Oliver's Hail Friday, December ISth. He will supported by a cast of exceptional merit, each artist being carefully se- lected for their special adaptability to the roles assigned to him. "Si 1'lunkard" is the natural rural come- dy drama that tolls aa everyday story of true love and self-sacrifice. The comedy having been rewritten this season will be tm entirely new version, everything new but the title of this most successful rural play, making it one of the strongest rural plays before the public. During the action of the play a number of dau- specialties will be. introduced. So those wishing an evening to drive away dull care should be on hand 'o -Si and his runny comedians. ZIMMERMAN FOR SENATE. Hamilton, Ont., Dee. depu- tation left for Ottawa tonight to ask the appointment of Adam Zimmer- man to the Senate. Mr. Zimmerman was. defeated in West Hamilton att the last election by Mayor Stewart. 1 TOORE'S Barrister COMES IN 2. 2X AND IN. 2 FOR 250. ALSO IN IRON FRAME BRAND TOOKE BROS. LI MITED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF SHIRTS. COLLARS, TIES. VESTS IMPORTERS OF MEN'S FURNISKitiuo. Between now and New Years Ed. Kennedy is giving all the boys who get their hair cut in the Lethbrjdge Hotel barber shop their choice of a nice post card or a cake of gum. Four barbers working. Come on, boys. WOMAN STEAMSHIP MANAGER. Victoria, B.C., Dec. Cana- dian-Australian liner Makura, the best appointed passenger steamer on the Pacific, arrived tonight from Aus- tralia, with 115 includ- ing Mrs. E. A .Allia, the well known woman steamship manager, who, upon the death of her husband, has been managing the Canadian-New Zealand line. WHEAT FOR MEXICO. Winnipe, Man., Dec. H. Cooper, well known through Western Canada, arrived here last night from j Mexico City. He left for Alberta this afternoon, where he hopes to buy a quantity of wheat for export to Mexi- co, He says the reduction of two- of the duty on the part of the Mexican Republic until April 1st, 1909, will furnish a good opportunity for Western Canada grain to reach the Mexican market. 8 YEARS WITH BROKEN BACK. Monrovia, Cal., Dec. eight years of torture from a broken back. Frank Sanderval died yester- day. His was one of the rare cases in medical annals of a man living for any considerable time after the spinal column was broken. Entire change of program at Pol- matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. CHOOSE SALT LAKE CITY. Salt Lake City.. Utah. Dec. The tentative selection of Salt Lake City as the next meeting place of the Grand Army of the Republic, was confirmed last night by the Execu- tive which has been, in- vestigating the accommodations af- forded by the city. Entire change of program at Pol- matier Sisters at Lyceum tonight. MURDERS IN CHICAGO. Chicago, Dec. report of the police department shows that 156 per- sons were murdered' in .Chicago in the year 1908. Of the murders 34 remain unsolved. In the year 1905 190 murders were committed, which is the highest number recorded. WANT ANOTHER BUILDING. Kingston, Ont., Dec. School oi Mining is to send a depu- tation to ask the Ontario Government to add another building here for mining, chemistry and mineralogy. The school .has outgrown its present quarters. Polmatier Sisters at the Lyceu n tonight. .Prices 75c and Stir. Come earlyl The Alberta Railway and Irrigation Company Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Lots North of the Railroad and West of Westminster Rd. FROM EACH Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each npTpTDTUTO One-third cash, one-third 6 months, balance 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum Ippfy Alberta Railm? and Irrigation Co, (Land Uthbritige, Jiti. HERALD'S NUMBER 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 j 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.