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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Friday. An Advance Showing Of The New Spring Net and Silk We have been keeping tab on New York's finest achieve- ments in waists and we can assure you that it' you went to New York yourself you couldn't find such values for your money, nor newer styles, nor better garments. Here you get the benefit of our buying experience, our cash buying saving and our low cash sell- ing prices. It's hard to tell you all the beauties of them on and look them over. Sat- urday we will have a large centre table of marty of the pretty styles. There are handsome nets in black with jet trimmings, wisteria and ecru with heavy embroidery work and colored Oriental trimming. Taffeta and English silk waists in black, wisteria, brown, etc., with jet trimmings, soutache braid etc. See them in our Ready-to-Wear Section Prices range from to Page 7 DRAMA. NOVEL Get a Free Sample of our 40c Coffee Saturday IS NO 50c COFFEE IN TOWN LIKE IT. Chase and Sunburn's Coffees are the best in the world. Strong, rich, 1'hivory and appetizing. Our best finality has always sold for 50c a Ih. and the best coffee in town at that. To prove our statement come Saturday and get a'FREE SAMPLE GROUND FRESH WHILE YOU WAIT, BY OUR NEW ELECTRIC MILL. Under our cash system the price is Pound 40c 7 Ibs. onions ............25c Spanish Onions, Ib........5c Cold Storage Eggs .......30c St. Charles Cream ......10c Peerless Cream .........12c Eclipse Soap, a bar .3 1-2c Washington Apples, box Peaches, a can .........18c Cherries, a can ..........18c Strawberries, a can .....15c Raspberries, a can ......18c Pine Leaf Lard, 3 Ibs. :60c Best Potatoes, a cwt. 8 Ib. cack of Oatmeal___35c Blue Ribbon Tea.......45c A. Macdonald Co A. M. BUNT, Manager KEY. FORTUNE AT THE MEETING Had Debate with Labor Men on Prohibition Issues Rev. W. Q. Fortune, secretary of the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform League, addressed the Trades and Labor Council last night in the Labor Hall during the entertainment of the delegates to the Miners' con- vention. He spoke of the economic value of temperance to the working man and to all classes of industry, particularly as well as the moral and social ad-1 prohibition law a factory took its vantage to them of abstaining from i place and every saloon closed was re- tlie intemperate use of intoxicating liquor. Several of the members of the local Trades ami Labor Council and the delegates to the convention opposed the speaker's views dwelling OH pro- hibition as harmful to the laboring class, throwing men out of employ- ment that were entitled to considera- tion and taking away from them the j means of work. Mr. Fortune replied to this argu-1 Mayor George H. Budd o! Raymond placed by a store or shop. The wealth produced by the latter return- ed more measure of profit to the wage earner the distillery "and saloon which while creating, work for some few gave nothing in return to the communitv that was of value or use. Professor Ken1 of the Alberta Unl-1 delivered Ms final lecture on the age of Louis XIV. last night in the Cenili-al school. He devoted to the drama, .the novel and the poet- ry of the age. in discussing the drama lie dwelt on Molten? as the author of comedies and Joan Ilaclne as au author of tragedies. Xtolilere was one of (the iuo4St interesting "and satisfactory of men to study. His real name was Jeau IJaptiiste Poquelln. He was born iu 1622 in Paris and ill Ills youth had received considerable business exper- ience us well as a fairly good educa- tion. His whole Hfe changed in 1643 ihe icook purit in a dramatic pant- neishdp. With Molieie as the leading splifti in ithe troupe in their tour of the country the-fame of his company soon spread and iwhen he returned with it .to Paais in 1658 he played be- fore (the King, Louis XIV. and won Ills favor. After his long years of trailing as -an actor he was very suc- cessful when he started to write Siim- He -was 'the first great modem dramatist. His activity in Paris was He wrote and produced there some twenty-seven plays before his death in 1072. His message was insistently the same, love of truth and hatred of sham. Of the tragedy -authors of Jean Ra- cine was the foremost. He had re- ceived a classic education with the view of entering 'the church, but 'his marked sooijai gifits were recognized in when he ;wrote an ode on the convalescence-.of the king for rwim'eh he gained 'his friendship and at once rose tin-to popular favor, in 1667 he produced .his first drama "Androni- OQue." Has play Phedre was regarded 'by most as his masterpiece. In Ms later years he wrote a couple of re- ligious plays but incurring the dis- pleasure of. She king he itook it to heart, if ell ill and died. The interest in his plays was partic- ularly In the character and mind study not in the action an.d 'move- ment. His plays were full of autistic skill and polished expression. Of (.'lie poetry of ttJhe time. La Fon- taine was the 'ablest exponent. He devoted (himself principally to