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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge'Daily Ilterald, Friday, February Page 5, New Spring Goods j F WE HAD THE TIME AND SPACE we could tell you all the interesting news about the beautiful new 'arrivals for Spring. It seems that every incoming train brings its share. Here is a brief synopsis: New Dress Goods New Novelty Silks New Dress Table Linens New Table Napkins New Table Dress Prints New Drees Linene New Dress Ducks New Linen Towels New Tea Towels New Linen Cotton Sheetings New Bed Quilts New Bleached Cheese Cloths New Butter Cloths New Flannelettes New Table Oilcloths New Pearl Buttons New Shelf Oilcloths New Hair Rolls New White Oilcloths New Hair Embroideries New Insertions New Fine Laceo New Kid Gloves New Spring Hosiery New Spring Spring Underskirts New Spring Corsets New Spring Sox for Men New Braces for Men New Ties for Men Grule detail of previous events oi' making something happen at the out- set. The.real beginning of the started In the beginning oi the excit- ing interest and culminated In the en- trance of the complication. These two periods should be looked upon with the intelligent study of a nove! along the lines suggested concentration of attention was gained and we should be able to turn unafraid to tbe an- cient storehouses of literature and iiml tijere the wealth that awaits every thoughtful reader. SUNLIGHT SOAP Fresh Eastern Eggs IXrE GUARANTEE every one of these eggs to he fresh, and will replace any that might not happen to be so. Special a dozen 30c Smikist Oranges A BOUT EIGHT cases of these famous Sunkist navel or- anges; good large size; sweet unfl juicy. Special a dozen..'... 30c APPLE WASHINGTON APPLES in the famous Winesap and Pippin SPPCI'VL variety- We are sellinS the best No. 1 Stock at a very special price M ft of onl A. Maedonald Co. A. M. BUNT, Manager CANADIAN VERSUS DREADNOUGHTS (Continued from front page.) j "There were those in the party whom the Premier characterized as the Pharisees of Imperialism who make broad their phylaceterics, went Sunlight Soap cannot spoil your clothes. There arena Injurious chemicals In Sun- light Soap to bite Iiolss in even the most delicate fabric, are offer- ed to anyone finding adulteration in Sunlight Soap. fe buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash ine underclothing it is from the Atlantic to the Pacific, of whom mention was made in yester- day's paper as the new manager of the 0. W. Kerr company business at Leth- brldge, needs no introduction to the business people of Sunny Southern Alberta or others who have been con- nected witli the work of settlement or development here the past few years. He has brought into Leth- bt'ldge a party of sand seekers nearly every week during the past four years (while acting as transportation man- ager for his company) the parties rang ing in she from a half-dozen men to as high as the largest bunch re- quiring four first class tourist ears for tjieir there was no surplus room in these cais. IC was the success of his untiring ef- foris to make the trip a comfortable and care-free one for the landseekers accompanying him that caused them) to prefix "father" to his name, and this lias stuck. When one crowd re- boldlj- into the temple and thank the _, Lord they were not as other British ot graft eharge' do1' Kiitiiects u-f.rP Af WM.ft lars damages and costs were award- subjects were. Of such were those who clamored for a direct contribu- tion and automatic control or the Ca- ed Noice. Nolce was arrested for perjury at time of war." MR. MONK'S STAND nadian navv by the Admiralty at the 1.nstance followlng Noice's testimony at Port Arthur in that he saw'a cheque which Q. he was told was to be divided by Allis Sir Wilfrid then proceeded to deal a L Chalmers Bullock Co. of Montreal be- with the stand taken by Mr Monk on hveeR and two he naval qucs ion. Me talked about The firm had T.hA nni nrr it-11 Ii ,vt J __ J y i the air being: charged with electricity on the Opposition side. Hc alluded also to the proposals of a certain sec- ion oc. the Conservative party that nothing but the gift of a Dreadnought would do. This was received with oud cheers by the Opposition and Sir wT V TOTvTxJr v v rwT w S. G. TUFFS P 1 I 'GROCERY EYE OPENERS Magic Baking Powder, 12 oz., per can ........................Ino Coledyke Baking Powder, 16 oz. Per can....................20c Col edyke Baking Powder, 6 oz. Per can.......................lOc Coledyke Baking Powder, 3 Ib. Per can .....................55c Standard Baking Powder, 1C oz. Per can .....................20c Currants, cleaned, per pound Cheese, finest Canadian, 2 Ibs. for ............................35c Extracts, in 2 oz. bottles, per hot.............................15c Jam, Wagstaffe's, 5 Ib. pails, all kinds, per pail ...............75c Blue Ribbon Tea, per Ib....................................40c Coal Oil, per gallon TUFF Phone 574 Hill Block "The Store That Gives You The Most Change: Back." THE READING OF A NOVEL Interesting Lecture By Dr. Broadus Last Night At Central School 800 worth of generators to the town. CHANGES IN 0. AV. KERB'co. STAFF iVilfrid declared that he had paid the, A rp T T ,w..il Dpposition too -rcat a compliment IjOCcU 31.111- Opposition too -rcat a compliment in thinking they would be consistent. A LITTLE Sir Wilfrid Indulged in some pleas- antry regarding the resolution which was passed last March. He supposed j A. Harris Field Work Glenn R. Link lias accepted a posi- that it would be buidfaR on both sides tlon as booWreeper for O.Y Lathrop> of the House and that the small me tne new manager for the o. w. Kerr f LUG uoir uiauagci iui tut; ivel 1 Company at Lethbridge. ,M, Link lay itself, lie was wlth Mr> Kerr and Mr Lathrop the Opposition before tbe Organl2atlon 5nto a stock 16 I "The e tie la b company, and has been located the Carticr the bdd He tracts of land, he should be in a posi- added the Premier! amid wul here wltl'in a Hon to always have a good deal, for month 01 two. the prospective purchaser. Lett bridge r found, however sons; was all out of tune. turned they would tell their unequalled. oi' the courteous treatment and intel- ligent handling of these large parties by "Father" Lathrop, and when these friends came out later, that was the name by which they knew him. He has also found time to associate him- self to a great extent with the sales end of the business, and is known by land men generally as a man of re- liable judgment as to land values, acquaintance with the lay of lands generally throughout this dis- trict, and by purchasers as a man whose statements as to lands and their values can be absolutely depend- ed upon. He has made numerous profitable investments on his own ac- count in uorh city and farm proper- ties in this district, and is now con- centrating both his capital and time to( the of Snnny South- era Alberta by bringing into the coun- trv some of the best settlers from the great farming states across the lice, as well as from the eastern provinces of Canada. Being associated with the 0. W. Kerr company, the pioneers In this settlement and development work who have handled in the neighbor- hood of acres of land durinj their operation here, and who have tne confidence in the country and the capital necessary to handle large tracts of land, he should be in a posi- laughter, "roared in unison." "I do not pretend to be an Imper- declared Sir Wilfrid, Jess A. Harris, who has occupied the position for some time, will be Sunny Southern Alberta are bound to grofr but will do so do not pretend to be anti-Imperialist, i promoted to fleld work' special more rapidly by having a man of Mr. To Be DYSPEPTIC Is To Be MISERABLE. Ityspepsia ti the prerailing malady tt idrilized life. It is largely due to ircnf vron in diet, over-eating, too free kukil- m stimulants and over-taxing with indigestible food, eating too irmpidly without chewing tht food___ ieJently, indulging in hot biacuiU, paatrjr, i pickles, confectionery, I Burdock Blood Bitters baa an evUblUa- reputation, extending over thirty-foot !years, u a positive cure for dyspepsia "IB j all ita forma, and from ail from it. M Mrr _ DickeBsaa, Beaton, N.B., writes: "Ihavt used Burdock Blood Bitten and find that few Professor' Broadus concluded hi series oC lectures on the English Novel last night, his lecture being on "The Reading of a Novel." He spoke by way of introduction on the nature of the novel as a liter- ary type. An arbitrary separation of realism and romance was rather mis- leading. There was only a difference of in the good novel must be blended to a certain extent All living art was both realistic and idealistic. The actors in a good novel must always be personal human beings. Accuracy of detail to the ex- j tent of a mere assembly of facts was the extreme realism. -If the.novel be iuealistic on the other hand, though lits head was in the clouds, it should IROOSVELT ON HIS WAY HOME ikeep its feet on the earth- Life must be practical before it could appeal to I us. (Continual From Front Page) j Thc great novel may be Qne jmd .most probably all of the three types rhinos and a bull buffalo and other )of- romance, realism and idealism "but game not before reported. All were jit must be something more if it would delighted with their visit in the truly great. All true art must view !life steadily and as a whole. There It is expected that no more game i must be recognized some lar-e fact will be shot, until Gondokore is reach- j or life which should never be os T HOt haVinC eu. The distance to that place from j sight of. This was unitv or Xnius i I" tul f. thc here over what is known as thn TJnnor hp ,________I I The Apposition had the cour- I am a Christian first, last the time." In an eloquent period Sir V.jlfrid then elaborated to them that the 1.5ri- tish Empire was built on the "solid rock" of autonomy and individual bcrty. The policy on the naval oiies- i tion he declared was in true keeping1 with this spirit of British hbonj. j After taking up an hour with a dis- cussion on the general pdn-j'.pies of the bill, Sir Wilfrid came down to a relation of what happened .it 4he Im- perial defence conference. Then he harked back to Australia's innivjr sition and declared that that colony had come to Canada's way of think- ing and had decided to have a Joeal navy for coast defence. Even Lord Milncr was not in favor of contributions in money but favored local organizations. .The tr.uo noJkv declarc'd the Premier, Avas not contri- bution but development of de- fence. F. D. MONK'S SPEECH P. D. Monk, who was heartily ap- plauded on rising from thc Opposi- tion benches declared that this was the greatest problem that any Cana- dian parliament had to face. What was Heine: don? nov.r "'as merely car- rying out. the- policy laid down by the defence conference last year. "The speech of thc Premier Tvas a series of brilliant generalities." He attention to the new department of farm work for non-residents. Mr. Lathrop, known as "father" Lathi-op's experience and energy add- ed to those pushing along the good work at this point. our Choice From Grande Trees here over what is known as the Upper Uoad, the one which the party wiU traverse is about 108 miles. pi he two were synonymous. The great bar to successful composition of any sort was the lack of the power of oyapepM and rto- Iroubiea. I ww trouhlad for a of yean with dyspepam anu cooU Eao ralief until I tried Burdock Blood tara. I took three bottlo and bocaoM and I can DOW eat anythiof witktool it hurting I will highly recommend tt to all who an wfek Col. Roosevelt's mail had to know what to leave out. S ami a number of requests to speak in j A novel was a crisis of life, a supreme I v- moment the be focused on the verities of life. The novel had character, plot and setting. We were primarily interest- April 15, at the University of Berlin i ed in the first of theso. The first May i and soon afterwards before the question to ask on reading a novel far by all Maanhctured only by The T. Oo.t Limited, Toronto, Out. cities but be will be unable to arrange for addresses other than tiiose already promised. He expects to speak in Paris on Xobel Prize committee at Christiana. was: "Does the novelist draw his Col. Roosevelt will arrive in Eng- characters as does Kipling or evolve land Moy 15 and soon after his arriv-jthem as does Then too al will deliver an address at Oxford {was the author in his treatment of University. He plans to return to his character impersonal or sympa- New York" about the middle of June.; thetic? Were the characters The expedition will get under way or complex, as human nature should again tomorrow. The objective point j be. Were they stationary or did they is where a launch will be j move as Silas waiting to carry the party down Bar [the author restrained or did he caric- .lebel. the most southern tributary) a in re as did Dickens? We pack 60 .per cent of California's orange three-fourths of its lemons. From this great quantity cnoose the solid, delicioasly flavored fruit for our special brand, "SUNKIST." "Sunkist" Navel Oranges Are Seedless i hey are always packed in wrappers bearingthe Be sure the oranges you get have these for they not only insure you the finest oranges that can grown, but for every twelve you send us we will give you a Handsome Orange Spoon FREE These spoons are Rogers' Best Quality Standard AA beautiful pattern designed especially for us. You couldn't buy anything more handsome, no matter what price you paid. Think how quickly you can get an entire a most attractive addition to your table service. a dozen "Sunkist" Oranges or Lemons today, ana send us the wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay for postage, packing, etc. You will get your first spoon by return mail. v Address California ,Fruit Growers' 32 Church St. Toronto, Buv "Sunkist" Lemoas as naell as "Su...... The fruit is equally fine, and accept lemon wrappers for spoons. Jacob Goldberg, of Cleveland, con-j of the Nile, en route to Khartoum. As regards tbe plVt there was tho Mr.'Monk wantod the people to victod on a "white slave charge, was j They expect to arrive at Gondokoro question of how the novelist got his age to have individual opinions. The government supporters had not the sanifi courage. They accepts Sir Wilfrid Lauricr's proposals because they thought there would be somn petty ualrcmiitic connected with the establishment of a Canadian naval 3} force. He charswl the government and especially tho Premier with dc- (t rcivinc the people with crand and el- oqucnt phrases. Mr, Monk declared thc policy was to keep 0} people in the dark. In nucbcc it had rr been hold out in a deceptive way iS (f, that it was tho first step towards a far larger emancipation. j o Inrirprndrnry was a coal held out To the Cash Purchasing People of I.ethbridge: by the- Premier and his newspapers in that province. The people of Ouebcc liatl not had an opportunity of cett- inc; the real facts of thc case put be- H fore them. sentenced to two years on February 17. TKc Sauce that the whole world hungry word IMPORTED is iro f ableU The contents justify the labeL and bottled In England Worcfcsteils'hire beyond the measure. Canada bv this machinery going, supplying an elab- policy h.-nimr more strictly bound bv Ihc foreign policy of Enpjanri. She was also hound to participate in all British wars bv thc proposals of the Imperial defence conference. i Mr. l.cmieux followed in a length? speech in which he defended the gov- ernment's rtiUtnrie. After Mr- T.fi- 5 miei.x had snok-en in .support of ihc bill. Mr. Midfllebro moved thc ad- journment. Tomorrow the I. C. R. 4- estimates will he cnnsihered. U 1 V nolb aucc I have decided to conduct my business on a cash basis, com- mencing Feb. 1st. As a result I am making a REDUCTION ON MY GROCERIES averaging about 10 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR. I wish yon definitely to understand that this is not a week end sale, or a removal sale, or a stock-taking sale but our ATTRACTIVE PRICES WfLL CONTINUE EVERY DAY and will last throughout our busi- ness career in this city. shall not consult other people's prices, hut will sell by our own invoices. A TRIAL ORDER will be suf- ficient to convince you of thc above stntrmenf.. We also have a few team and buggy sets of harness at the Westminster store that we pro off at. co.sr. Tbe above applies to tlio TIODDER PAID HEAVY COSTS Toronto, Fob. the assizes to- day tho jury under Justice Latchford found thnt George Hoddor. of Port Arthur, a former r.iilway ami elpetrie. light commissioner of that. town, had caused the arrest of Frod. C. for tho purpose of clearing himself 1 Uijion Grocery Ashrr.cad Street AND THE Westminster Store Westminster Road J. Tuff taricul- Grounds Bought by the City For the Purpose of Making Them into A Park. This means that This Property And Parkview Which Adjoins It Are About to Be Included in the City-Limits. Hence: Our First Beautiful Park Will Foi-m One of The Boundaries Of'Parkview. Parkview Is a Thing of. the Present and Is Surely the Best Buy In Town. All Who Investigate Invest. "That Makes -Parkview Lots 'Anything That Is Negotiable which Is Constantly Increasing In Value Is Certainly A Good Buy. You don't have to Wait for Parkview Lots to Come hi Market. They Are Already In. Parkview Lots Per Lot With Cash Balance per month. W. R. Dobbin 310 GLYX ..ST. ;