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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THE LETHBKIPgE JJATT.V orden Bennett s Holiday News to the Citizens of Lethbridge 10 per cent Discount on all Regular Prices on Dry Goods Boots and Shoes, Glassware, Chinaware and Crockery 15 DAYS ONLY In order to reduce our stock as tsh discount of 10 per cent, on all n aware and Crockery. on _ we have decided to give a s3 Boots and Shoes, G-lassware. Clii- -j new the latest patterns plain figures and this discount of during- the balance of this mont-E 10 per ceuf. to The fQHowlno: are a few of our many regular li nes at REOULAK PRICES. For the Ladies, Misses, Children and Infants the price's are 'a'11'marked in who do their 'shopping here SPOKE FOR LAND TITLES Local Member Upholds the Claims of the City in the LegisIature-A Good Office Is Required Here Edmonton, Dec ig cussion of the estimates hours of the legislature the dis- i the last time that a land of had come for two or three the a land titles office be es- tablished- there, and if .one were .to be the Lethbridee people want a equally as e00d be erected-in Edmonton He thought that two or more new offices should be cen- I lis-hed very soon. ?f Benflett also criticized-the FLOUR MILL be the premier A. Buchanan said that bridge people had argued for Site manv Leth- SOliie were now being instead of yearly, and even, paid monthly Wl in order to make the amounts" in need'-of-anything thf Fiiiing line, we would oe erlad to .quote you on the goods we handle. We hare in .stock -herea number of flour mill machin- ery bargains, second-hand' but re-built and guaranteed. description and on request. THE STUART MACHINERY CO., LIMITED- 764 Main St., Winnipeg PRIME MINISTER'S REPLY TO CANADA Ladies' Sweater lates styles and -colors; prices 'from Ladies' good sortment and value from m Ladies' White Shawls a few left, at from to Ladies' colors, each Ladies' good, variety of the latest styles, at from Ladies' .25c to Ladies' v choice collection and good value at from ................15c to 60c Ladies' Combs'and from ;.ioc to 60c Ladies' Mocha Per Pair Ladies'. Mocha trim- med.....................51_5Q Ladies' Mocha trim- med Ladies' Knit col- ors .........................35c Ladiss' Flannelette from ,to Ladies' sateen.; Ladies' .Heatherfaioom Underskirts Ladies' Night cot- ton trimmed with lace and em- broidery. and Ladies' Flannelette Night Colors white, pink and blue. 4t to -adies' value at from ..............65c to -adies' Cashmere 30c-50c -adies' Patent from choice patent leather, lad top Blucher cut. Extra good value' Per pair................54-50 Ladies' from finest stock dongola kid, patent top. Blucher cue. Per pair -adies" lan from se- lected dongola kid, Blucher cut, good value at per pair Ladies' from choice bos calf leather, Blucher cut very serviceable, per pair Ladies' Solid Comfort from good stock dongola kid plain toe and low heel, very com- fortable, per pair..... 50 Ladies' Oneo-Strap Slippers Per pair Ladies' Fur Top Slipp'ere 5Q Ladies' Felt at Fur Top Misses pair Children's Fur Top Misses' Fine from good stock dongola kid; Blucher cut; patent tip; per pair Mjsses' School from choice box calf leather. Blucher cut; per pair ..............2.35 Misses' from choice stock dongola, Blucher cut, good value, per pair Misses' Three Strap Slippers__Per each Infants' bfs." Infants' Infants' infants' Children's stock of children's-boots Is most complete Prices range from .85c to Infants' ...45C to S5o Infants' and pink, white and blue, and pure, white per pair................'....25c Infants' Wool and white-, and blue and white' at v...........50c and 65c Wool col- Wool 65c Wool Mittens-J-At 15c-25c ...15c and 25c Infants' Bear Skin S5c I Infants' Bear Skin .only, extra good value at, each from ..............2.75 to Children's large assortment, from to 25c Jhildren's Wool at per .............20c and 25c ihildren's 75c-85c Jhildren's col- ors and extra good value 30c-60c Jhildren's Buster and Wue'at Children's School blue with red scarf at Men's Coat newest and latest styles Men's buttoned at the "com- fontable. Each Boys' style- colors gray and red, tan and gray, red and navy. Prices run at ............85c 90c and Boys' neck, ea, 65c Men's Working large as- sortment and good value from eaci; ...............60c to Men's Fine Boys' School Boys' Fine 75C Men's President Qualiiy 60c Men's ...SScto'eOc Boys' ...10C to 35c Men's and Boy's 60c Men's .....25c to 75c Men's at For the Men and Boys 2 for Men's Mocha 25 Pe .......1.25 and Menls Mocha lined a .per. pair 5( Men's Working Gloves, Mitts" and large assortmen from to Men's Pure Wool George brand, per suit Men's Pure Wool Angle brand, special per suit Men's Fleece Lined' Pen-Angle brand, per suit, at JjilCGS ?n.rf Men's Pure Wool' Endiaa braad, extra fine Knit double breamed, per suit Men's Patent from choice patent leather, Blucher cut, kid good value, per'pair pries Men's Tan from fin- box calf leather, Blucher cut very stylish and very serviceable' per pair 25' Men's 'from''" "choice dongola kid, Blucher cut, choco- late color. Special per pair 75 Mens; Medium- Weight Shoes- Made from selected box calf lea- ther. Blucher cut, leather lined viscohzed poles, very special per Pair.......-______ Men's Fine per to Men s Working Miners' expect another shipment of miners' shoes in few days. Quality guaranteed. Boys ....53 to Mer-s Rubber Boots-Pair Men's and Rubbers and Over- goods are all nev-- Western Spiritotesnding the Whole :s-Room for Improvement in the other but KT as -to: HudsonV' problem at the present-i ar as government The premier then -sat down, and him. by Mr. McCuaig, old stock carried over from pre- vious years 10 offer at greatlv re- duced prices. Tariff-No Undue Hurry About Securing Reci- procity-Good Thing in Natural Products-AI- With Question, Also Terminal and Hudson's Bay Railway YOUNG DOCTOR be the Proper o'SSrs Te larmers' delegation Concluded present- Fort Wil- ing the resolutions "and memorials to Sir Wilfrid' Laurier. In, subject of the tariff, IX-W.-McCuaig, who was mas- ter of ceremonies, said'that this was tne most important of ail .tie ques- tions which the farmers desired to present to the government: He rea-d Problem to look .after the the .memorial in a condensed form and excited cheers on several occa- sions, more particularly when he men- IS ARRESTED from tective a ship _____ William could eb direct to Europe. Solution of the problem doctor who. has -been '-iu cuy for about a, coming- here Calgary, was'-arrested" Egan this on, i cnarge obtaining money: if W0rtf5less would amounts.. One-for the Re" t-ioned the desire of the -farmers to OI Srain- If they- could tbat the reached Montreal Joade3 on ships, the 'same as eit WinniPeg should be increase "the British' pTeference and to There to accept direct taxation, i! necessary, this.: One was by improv- to meet anv decline T i for 10 Piche Mixon, butchers, is about 30 years of .ageT' hs young wife Here, .who .is reported be seriously ill. W. A. BUCHANAN BACK..' i! necessary, in revenue sizes, special 65c Boys' Winter Caps-Fur band 65c Men's and Boys' Fall Men's Tan'or'-Made' are toFrtfS-the famous Kt Fash- T v manufactured bv John Dawson, Limited, of Toron- to Ont. We take meSure and guarantee a perfect fit Pric- es range from to SUNDRIES yards wide, per sq. per vork, such as Tray Cloths. Centre ?rssces, Sideboard Covers, Fancy Aprons, Cushion Covers, Doilies etc. Be sure and see our Souvenir Handkerchiefs and Christmas Rib- bons. Floor yards wide sq. yard Table inches wYdeTat _ and 35c iablc inches wide at per yard ...........40c and 45c j w-ool, from to j white Flannelette size, Dress invite compari- son on-these goods. From yard................20c to 1-2'5 yd. 10c 15c Comforters- Ea, size, pair 35 of spoon holder and cream pitcher; prices from..............50c to FANCY GLASS TABLE From to FANCY GLASS BERRY SETS- From to FANCY GLASS WATER 32.50 and At nave a fine asbsrt- ment of plain brown and fancv tea pots, prices range from 2Gc to .........._.. 7_ WATER In Our Crockery Department Dinner have a good as sortment of 97-piece dinner sets Prices range Irom S8.75 to Toilet piece toilet sets atfrom to Glass Table butter dish, sugar bowl, SETS-Fancy Austndn Glass consisting of Pitcher and six tumblers, also silver1- plated to Belgium China- nappies, per to BERRY SETS howl and twelve CUPS AND have a nne collection at sach..... 25c very good assortment ranging from 10c to 65c SHAVING MUGS......25c Extra at We also carry to 50c good Value 45c to a goOd Hae Jn a tock pattern which we sell separ- ate or make up in sets. We would ike you to call and inspect these oods. PSICE. ,17 consisting of all also have a large stock of seasonable goods on hand -Lemons, Jap. Apples. Nuts and Candy. tie best prices on Currants, Shelled 11 "POT j-u- yu-ux uaives can oive von monds, Shrllcd Walnuts, Peel, loin Pnone 1356 Phone 1356 brought about by a reduction in cus- toms duties. Compiimented Minister Thomas McMillan, of the Dominion _ Grange, in supporting the resolutions, said the farmers were milling in the sale of their.products to meet the open competition of the world. Finally before Sir Wilfrid's replv al- ter several speeches -were made R J Mackenzie memorial on the tariff adopted at yesterday's meet- ing. Sir Wilfrids Reply After listening, for four hours to the resolutions, memorials and speech es, Sir Wilfrid Laurier at o'clock- rose to reply. He was greeted with cheers. He said he desired on behalf ot the government and of the parlia- ment to express his gratification at being asked to receive such a repre- sentative'delegation. They had no doubt profited by the facts and views expressed even if they did not share them ail. He noted 'that while the delegation represented all the Domin- 'on it seemed to be the western spirit j that prevailed "we are here, prepared lor the domination of the west at- an early date." The ideas ot the west are more advanced and radical than those of the east, but of T-nis we do not complain Proceeding Sir Wilfrid said he did j not believe that the farmers of th- east were prepared. to go so far as those or the west, Fre noted that the memorials favored government owner ship of utilities. As to that he had nothing to say at the moment, except that he had not always been an dent supporter of the idea Sir Wilfrid then quoted the. state- ment made by Mr. Green to the efT_-ct that the farmers of the west r-pre- sented a wealth of 000 if this was so it would not seem that 11 the condition of affairs will be verv oad. Tnat there is room for an im- j prpvement he would admit. The pre- j rnier noted the suggestion regarding; the tariff that they should a treaty of reciprocity with the United i Mates. "As to this we are alone; with he said, at present the government was in negotiation with the United States but complete reci- procity was not easy to obtain. There j pn the contrary today swat op- I position to a change in the "relations I with our neighbors, but he would ad- j nn't that if wo had a. tree market for jail our nat-urai products th-p country [would be immensely'tted. ing the St. Lawrence route, and the other by constructing .the Georgian Bay canal. Hudson's Bay Railway The premier said they would have -'to returned this afternoon, the ture having completed its business and adjourned yesterday The S..O E: Prido, of .Alberta Lodge. register shows that the; late Frank Sexton was the first to put his .name' down when- the was organized. -here three yearjr ago agnes Must Not Hurry were He GENERAL MERCHANTS 526 Westminster Road North Lethbridg e There were however which no government could disregard jjas to the request that the tariff j should be amended this session jj would suggest that it was not a able to hurry matters He concluded his observances or. this question by stating that, "nothing that we flo will affect or impnir the British pref- croncc. That is a feature of our pol- jicv." Terminal Elevators Dealing with the question Oi tcrmin al elevators he said the government had a bill before it at the present time. It had been prepared by Sir Richard Cartwright last summer. When m the west he had stated that he would do nothing until they had discussed the matter with flic "Grain Growers' Associations. The delegates As requested by some of our many val- ued customers we have secured a sraaM shipment of the famous Vve. Clicquot Dry Champagnes, from Eeims; France. These Wines are very popular in Royal circles and among the leading families in Europe. It is also a great favorite with all connoisseurs and bon vivants. We have it in pints only. The Trade supplied at- special prices. Vve Dry YELLOW LABEL Per bottle .-.-........_ Per case of 24 pint The G. C. Paffnue] 401 Second Ave. S. Phone 543 ;