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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lefchbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, February Page 5. We F arewe ITFeb With Values A MARVELLOUS GROWTH has been recorded at this great store during the month oi February, and there's a reason. Plainly, bluntly and yet truthfully we tell you that nowhere in this weat western country can such values oe had for your money; and there isn't another such store doing the business that we are doing and at such low Make comparisons if you wifl with any other store or with any of the catalogue houses. The benefit will always be in your favor at this Come and investigate, even if you do not want to buy. Here are a few of the extra values that will be on sale Thursday morning, and if you can't come Thursday come any day, but early choosing is the best. A Grocery Section That Is Unexcelled Quality is the paramount feature in- department. "If you buy it at Macdonald's good" is a common remark. And you'll find that the price the lowest too. We can afford to do sell for cash. DEPUTY AnORNEY- GENERAL CRITICIZED (Continued from front page) BUCHANAN'S intestate to have recourse to the courts to get her fair share of the estate, .Among'petitions- brought up today wasvone protesting against the .incor- poration of the Stavcly Club and for the. introduction of an act granting municipal franchise for woman as it is now enjoyed in Manitoba. j G, T. P. BONDS j In reply to Mr. Bennett's questions j as to what price were the bonds of the G.T.P. Branch Lines railway com-: pany guaranteed by the government j sold, the Premier answered, 97 in London, 94.33 in Edmonton, taking the rate of exchange at 4.8G 2-3. 5fhe Railway Co. of Canada re- ceived .applications for these bonds from''the'public and the total amount less expenses was ite amount less BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKEY told by from whom he chartered the train. to the credit of the provincial treasurer in the Merchants1 W. R. Clarke, president of the Al- bcrta and Great Waterways Ry.. B. R. Clarke, his brother; E. A. Bank of Canada, Edmonton. was interest due on said of.the to; 1st Nov. 1909. So asst' Fred Lowes 7 pounds of large onions for......25c St. Charles Cream, a tin .........10c Peerless Cream, special .........12c Corn and Beans, ii tin...........10c Peaches and Pears, a 'tin........ .18c Raspberries at ,a tin ...........18c Strawberries and Lombard Plums 15c Special in Best Picked Potatoes at, per hundred Best Eating Apples, box i rv BOXES of best WinesaD variety apples. All perfect solid stock. None better for eating or cooking. Extra Special a box Eclipse Soap, at a bar pCLIPSE SOAP is one of the best laundry soaps on the market. Here is the best price that you have had for many a day, A bar 3V2C Raisins, at a Currants, best cleaned ...........irjc Christie's Sodas, in tins .........30c Mixed Nuts, a Ib................20c Upton's Preserves, qt. bottles___25c Jelly Powders, special.......3 for 25c Swift's Hard Water Soap-----7 for 25c Ib. lack of best oatmeal for only ............-.............35C ,Ani-. .1.1 n iof Calgary and Mr. Brown, were the has been paid out to tlm. i passengers on the tram. how, when his attention was drawn tcompanv, this amount being paia on r h The bonds of LACOMBE WANTS COLLEGE to the error he might commit it ho joined a syndicate to buy lands ORONHYATEKA AND BOYD SURPRISED (Continued from front page.) Independent Order of Foresters told 11 February 7th, 1910. the Canadian Northern were sold at! j-97.10 London, 91.74 Edmonton, ex- change 4.8G 2-3, and they were taken A strong delegation from Lacombe headed by W. F. Puffer, M.L.A.. ed on Premier Rutherford to make a through the Union Trust Co. he had replied that it was wrong to be in UUU I 11 up by public subscription, the'amount strong bid for the location of -the as- the Montague Syndicate and how; he realized being The j dcultural college at Lacombe. the.. or that and urged Dr. Mon- money being deposited.in the Cana- interview took an unexpected turn as tague.and Mr. McGilhvray to get out dian Bank ot Commerce, .Edmonton..! the Premier told the delegation Ukrr nr Or- Nothing has yet been paid to the CHASE AND COFFEES are unexcelled the world over. We grind them fresh while you wait at only 25c, 35c and 40c CRANBERRIES are very scarce. We have a barrel of the very .choicest in large, fresh solid stock. The price is only 15c a Ib. company. Regarding the A. G-. W. Ry. bonds he said the interim bond for bears date of Oc- he was hot in the habit of being guided in his by demands of any particulardistricts. R.'II. Riley who headed the delegation from Gleichen also; Any profit accruing to Dr. Or- I (innrlc; V a I 11PG tober 28, 1909, and Vas soW-to the was with the Lacombe party as an on purchasers as ot that 'date. The li- looker, thograph bonds are now in shipment to Edmonton and when the first two interest coupons giving date of June 30 and December 31 will be torn off, this being the agreement with the purchasers, the interest from Novem- SEVEN YEARS OF ECZEMA Then After Had Been Spent Vain, Two, Bottles of D. D. D. Cureid onhyatekha out of. the Montague syn- dicate went to the Foresters Orphan-, age and never matte a cent of person- al gain out of the Montague or any other syndicate. .lust .before the', court adjourned for the -day and after, Dr. MacDonald's defence had. been closed Mr. Hellmuth called Hon. G. E'.'Foster to the stand on the rebut- tal. The case stands until morning.; Toronto, Feb. rebuttal evi-; dence in the Foster-MacDonald libel BOYS' HEAVY heavy seam- less ribbed wool; value at 30c. Spe- cial ...........................25c NEW LISLE women in gauze lace and embroidered. All the new shades for spring. A splendid showing. A pair...............50c KID we guarantee, in the new shades of green, tan, navy and brown; also in black; usually sells for Our price The Beat Linen and Cotton Offered This Season HEAVY 15c FLANELETTE in widest widths and heaviest qualities; pretty stripes. Special at, a yard 1-2c SAXONY FLANNELETTE in plain white, pink and sky. Regular 15c for....................-.............12 1-2c CRASH both dark and light, pure linen. Best ISc for 1-2c CRASH pure linen, always sells at 12 l-2c Special for ........................................11c HUCK fringed ends, size-17x31. Special each 10c DRESS GOODS splendid showing of all wool poplins in black, reseda, wine, sky, navy and green; an extra value at CORDED velvets in heavy cord for children's spring coats and dresses .New shades of green and navy. Extra value at 65c good assortment of staple shades of best 12 l-2c prints for lOc A, Macdoiiald A, M. BUNT, Manager by the company. Horace Martin, of. Sharbot Regarding whether the company Ont., writes: let any contract and what work husband had eczema for seven being done, etc., he said these He spent hundreds of dollars matters of domestic concern to could not get cured. .-He was al- company and entirely within its wild with pain arid itching. ledge of matters. The sale of saw D. .D. D. prescription adver- of this company was effected on in the ipaper. I sent and got a 10, 1909, and they were sipped and it gave my 'husband relief the provincial treasurer on Oct. once. He lias used a second bot- and is entirely well. J. W. R. Clarke president of the two Tsottles of D. D. D. (which jpanv negotiated the sale of the husband used have done him more i 'to Messrs. J. P. Morgan Co. than the he spent before." the government is not. aware of you suffer the torments of skin commission paid on the sale. or do any of your family or were delivered to What's .the D. D. D.. by the deputy attorney-general and -will do for anyone what it special train was chartered to for -Mr. Martin. the officers between Calgary and free trial bottle of D. D. D. Paul' by 'the president of the write to the D. D. D. The eovernment has not knowledge Department L. H., 23 the cost- of the train as this was street, Toronto. private -matter between the sale by J. J. Johnston, drug- of the company and the railway sun- rusvet the fact that he was not a member of" the. Independent Order of Foresters and therefore had a right to borrow from that organization if he could and also the Union Trust Company had a perfect right legally and in any other way to borrow money from the. Foresters, r; At 9.10 'this morning Daniel Beloit was working at Rainy Lake bridge.-un- loading piling -when a 70 foot pile hit him, injuring him so severely that he died at 1.30 this afternoon. WALKER TORONTO'S Adjoins Union Station. Cars to all parts pass doors. Spacious rooms, remodelled and handsomely furnish- ed. The cuisine is unsurpassed. Amer- ican and European plan. GEO. WRIGHT MACK CARROLL Late of I i HIGH CLASS GROCERS DELICATASEEN I MERCHANTS Our store now the moit modern in the West. AM the fixtures that have Just been installed are the very finest Grocery and Delicatessen that money can buy. Our Delicatessen Stock will not be complete for a few weeks. Watch for the announcement later. Our Grocery stock ir the largest and best assorted in Southern Alberta. Take a look through our store and warehouses and be convinced that what we say is right. We beg to mention some of the lines we carry in stock quoting prices of same. NNQUIST SHARP CO. I I i i Chiver's Jams in 16 oz. bottles, consisting of strawberry, blackberry and g. gage. Price per bottle ....................................25c Chiver's Jams, in 4 Ib. tins, raspberry and straw- berry, per tin............................75c Chivers Marmalade in 16 oz. glass. Price per bot- tle .......................................25c Hartley's Jelly Marmalade in 16 oz. giass. Price each.....................................25c lobby's Preserved Strawberries and Figs in large oblong bottles, price per bottle ............45c California Honey in bottles. Price per small bot- tle ......................................40c Large bottle ...........................75c Holbrook's Egg and Custard Powder in tins, large size, per tin.......-----.................. .25c Holbrook's Punch Sauce in large square bottles, price per bottle..........................30c Tobasco Sauce, extra quality, price per hottle 75c Fancy French Peas in bottles; extra small size peas. Price per bottle..................50c Candied Cherries, imported French goods. Price per Ib...................................60c Fancy Imported preserved fruits, Noel Son's in large OWNERS OF ROSEDALE ADDITION THE GOOD CO. HAVE MOVED TO ROOMS II AND 12 o Sonic of Our Staples Java Mocha. Coffco. our ro.cular -JOc lino. Price 3 Ibs. for................................51-00 Ceylon Tea, our regular 4itr line. Price 3 Ibs. 51.00 Japan Rice. i> Ibs. far........................25c Extra fine quality prunes Ibs. for ..........25c Good cooking Figs, Ibs. for ...............25c B. C. Onions 6 Ibs. fnr .......................25c Spanish Onions 4 Ibs. for ...................25c Table Figs, 2 Ibs. nates, 2 Ibs. for.............................25c Aylmer Brand Tomatoes, 2 tins for...........25c Aylmer or Red Feather Corn, per tin ........10c Early June Peas. 2 tins for...................25c Provision Delicatessen Dept. Finest Cold Hoilcd Hum. per Ib.............35c Cold Jellied Tongue, per Ib..................35c New Laid Eggs, per dozen ..................45c Cold Storage Kggs. candied, per dozen .......35c Racon, hest quality per Hams, best, quality, per Cloverhill Creamery Butter, per Ib..........25c Dairy per Ib.........................30c Cheese. All Kinds Canadian, per Ib.............................20c Roquefort, per Ib.............................55c English Stilton ,per Ib.......................30c Edam, per Per cake Gorgonzola, per Ib..........................srjc Wisconsin Cream, per Ib....................35c Wisconsin Cream, per !b......................35C I.imburger. per Swiss, per Ib................................35C 1 PHONE 525 Prices Always The Lowest PROMPT DELIVERY Rcdpath Street UPSTAIRS TO PROPERTY have so many demands from out oi town clients for houses, farms and other property that We have decided to enter the general real estate field here. List your property with us. We will ad fertile it and effect a quick sale for you. ;