Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta
I I I o I I' Mi I I I Kf I I x For months past we have studied the Markets of the World to make our Store the centre of attraction for the thoughtful buyer, and in our strenuous efforts to make every saving for you we have never sacrificed In our Store you will see such an assortment of gifts that satisfy from an artistic standpoint, and will bring lasting pleasure because we buy goods that are built to wean If you will go over this list it will give you some idea of how we have planned to make your Christmas shopping a pleasure: Brass Beds in brushed brass and polished, all two-inch posts. ROLL TOP DESKS of every size. immense range. CHINA CABINETS, for Drawing Room and Dining Room. MUSIC CABINETS. EASY CHAIRS, the kind that you have been thinking of, because they are all here. ARTISTIC RUGS AND SQUARES, in Oriental and floral designs. BUREAUS and DRESSING TABLES. MAGAZINE STANDS. SEC- TIONAL BOOKCASES. JARDINERE STANDS. PICTURES. BRASS JARDINERES AND ORNAMENTS. STEEL GO CARTS, with Sleigh Attachments. EIDERDOWN QUILTS. LAMPS in Wood and Brass. SEWING MA- CHINES. TABLE AND LOUNGE COVERS. This list gives you only a slight idea of the possibilities of Christmas shopping at TURFING We have bought in tremendous quan- tities, and secured every possible saving in freight rates and discounts, and never in our history was quality so high and prices so low. COME AND SEE. We anticipate an exceedingly busy week and respectfully recommend early buying. You'll get the advantage I I t I I I I o I I I I I I i s ?tv L. and J. S> ____ ____ FRANCO-CANADIAN TREATY IN FORCE JANUARY 1 Ottawa, Dec. authori- ed was chiefly in the British press, a I ties expect that the Franco-Canadian portion of which, while not question- ine the explorer expressed doubt of whether he had actually accomplished what "he believed he had done. Cook's Triumphant Return Dr. Cook, returning to civilization, made a triumphant entry in the har- bor of Copenhagen on September 4th. j No hero returning from conquest ever j tween Canadian "matter commercial treaty will come into op-1 eration Jan. 1. j Regulations are in course of prepar- ation which will provide that invoices j of shipments win have to be accom- panied by certificates showing origin of goods in France or in countries in- directly benefitted by the treaty in j transit with international merchan-! dise and are not returned immediately j nouncement of these promising plans traveller, Dr. Cook, who reached the was followed by a protracted period during 'which little was heard of the Cook outfit. Finally becomine al- armed for his safety early in the pre- sent year a relief expedition was fit- ted out to go north in the summer and search for the explorer. The North Pole en April 21, 190S. Dr. Cook arrived at Upernavik (the nor- thernmost Danish settlement in Green land on an island oft the west coast) in May of 1909 came from Cape York- fin the northwest part of Greenland on Baffin The Eskimos of PRICES MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR No alum, lime or ammonia. received a more flattering reception. He was lionized, by all Denmark from peasant to King. In an informal in- terview, Dr. Cook said "T have been to the North Polcan-d I have brought back the most exact observations absolutely proving my statement. I have kept a diary throughout my entire expedition in which I recorded the most minute de- tails. It was not my intention at the start to proceed to the Pole. I was merely on an Arctic excursion. But as I found conditions favorable I con- tinued on to the Pole." On .September 7th the edplorer was presented with a gold medal by the] Crown Prince. That day a sensation j was caused bv a message from the! Arctic sent by Commander Peary who was informed oT claim and on the same day threw the world intn partisan furv by his message oT claim and allocation. will be subject to inquiry. MILITIA CALLED TO SAVE NEGRO'S 'LIFt Springfield, Ills., Dec." De nene today issued orders to eight com- panics Of the Fourth Infantry of the j Illinois national guard .to hold them- 1 selves In readiness to proceed to St. Loulg or Bellerifle to protect the j negro prisoners there, who are under arrest .on mispiclon of murdering the I motorraan of n ttreet car -mt "Ewt St j Louis In-a Do not Tvorry -about your Christmas BAKING Let us do it and "be- sure everything' -will be first class. Ph on ft '381 for Bread, Pastry -and -Christmas J j 'Calces.