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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, January THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page i'jb. NORTH WARD DRY GOODS SALE We ask you to only come and see for yourself No trouble to show the goods and it will be a pleasure for us to see you satisfied A T A1 WILL CONTINUE FOR 8 DAYS MORE OPPOSITE WEST- MINSTER SCHOOL Men's 2 buckle overshoes, reg. 82.65, sale Men's Pelt Boots, reg. sale price Men's Sheep Lined Coats, reg. sale Men's Tweed Caps, reg. sale price ....75c Men's Sweaters, reg. sale price........95c Boys7 Sweaters, reg. sale price .........50c Beys' Sweaters, reg. 85c, sale price....... .05c Boys' Felt Boots, sale Child's Felt Boots, reg. sale price Boys' Leather Mitts, lined, reg. 40c; sale----- Don't forget that everything in the store is greatly reduced. Have you seen the bargains in our White- Wear Sale? If not it will pTj you to do so. This is no bluft. We urge you to take ad- vantage of this sale. We are here to do bus- iness. We back up what we say- We cannot say more. TIie.se are a few Bargains in our White Wear Sale: Night Gowns ..........44c, !Kfc and Corset Covers 39c, 40c and 59c Drawers............___25c, 39c, and 55e Petticoats............ .30e, (iOc, 99c and Girls' Flannelette Night Dresses, regular 80c, sale price .......'.......................GOc Women's Flannelette Night. Dresses, reg. sale price Flannelette Blouses, regular 95c; sale price. .75c Flannelette Blouses, reg. sale price SALE PRICES FOR CASH ONLY TO DEAL WITH BAD CHARACTERS AT CORONATION DUKE OFCONNAUGHT -J. LIKELY THE MAN V London, Jan. is reason to believe that the orig- inal arrangement for the Duke of Connaught to replace Karl Grey as Governor-General of Canada, holds good. It is ex- ported that the Duke will go to Ottawa in the autumn Hamilton, tvnb a population of has o50 manufacturing' establish- in ents. London, .lan. frost, of Scotland is making ample pre- parations to deal with known crooks and other oojectionable rrom the continent and America who arc- expected to be on -hand for the Coronation of King George. A special branch of the service Is being organized with porters, and ev- ery hotel will have Itg special datct tive. All undesirable aliens will he pjcked up and jailed for three months j or sent up until the Coronation cere 1 money is ended, when they wiil be.de j ported. Ordinary Oysters You waat oysters just as they come from the and the delicious salty tang which constitutes the oyster's true charm. Such oysters you caa always haye by getting genuine Sealshipt only from the blue and white Sealshipticase ia our stores. Yfe arc boss, fide agents of the Sealshipt Oyster System. You can easily identify us by the, bine and white porcelain store refrigerator, with the trade mark in the center, and the name and address of the Sealshipt Oyster System near the bottom. Like all good things, Sealshipt Oysters are imitated, you don't want inferior oysters when Seal- sliipt Oysters the world's best just as casyio gel. Sealshipt Oysters are shipped straight Irom the seashore to our seal Bad under ice all the They come to yonr table with every nutritive element flavor and szvor of real sea oyster unchanged. Straight from the Sea Under Seal The parity of Sealshipt Oysters Ser.bhipt Oysters are all solid Is rigidly safeguarded from oyster oy? cr no tu you Tltc TV he-re these beds are located arc not only supervised by State Federal Government, but they arc also analyzed by the Lederle Labora- famous food experts. oys Thc price ef Scslsliipt is the standard of vr.Ine. If you pr.y less yon get less. Ask for free book of rrcipcs for deli- cious oyster disbcs unknown in- land. We are Registered Sealshipt Agents BURNS' MEMORY IS HELD DEAR Local Scotsmen Gathered About Festive Board and Dilated on His Greatness The memory- of Scotland'" immortr.l oartl, Koaert Burns, was loyally ami enthusiastically renewed last nigiit by the iqcai Caledonian Society at tiieir annual Robert Burns banquet About seventy Scotch nien and a few friends who were not tortunate enough to be Scotch, gath- ered around the festive board which was spread-In the Caledonian Hall, and splendidly victualled by the Ar- lington Hotel. There was no dearth of enjoyment and enthusiasm, and taxen altogether it was one of the spectlve-of clan, creed or politics, tie spoke of the appreciation or. the society of the co-operation of t.ho oth- er societies of the city, particularly the Sons ot England and promised the hearty support of tlie society to the Overseas Club in its efforts to strengthen -and maintain imperial seniiruent all over the empire. Friendly Rivalry K. Uarison, president of the Sons Of jangiand, made a neat speech in responding to the toast of "Kindred societies." .The friendly rivalry be- tween the a. O. JS. and the Callies had been a good thing for both.socie- ties and had meant the upouilding o two strong societies which were do ing a great deal, .of good in the city The Sons of England always counted on the support of the Caledonians ii any enterprise they launched, and i would he his object to strengthen tlse mendly relations that existed. Imperial Sentiment Ii. A. Cunningham, who- is vics- presiaont ot" the Overseas Club, re- mo7t" functions" ever" held to tne toast on tbat rtftTi nf Ilia t1 liV the C. P. H: possible; Sir William spoke briefly of the value of the daily .Mackenzie and Sir Donald .Mann who newspapers to a community from the nad been recently knighted for build-J standpoint of being employers of to- in the city. I'he honorary president of the so- ciety, W. D. L. Hardle, was chairman and toaetmaster and fulfilled the on- erous duties of the position in his own inimitable manner. With him at the honor table-were A. Ii. Johnston, the president of the society; Hon. A. Buchanan, E. A. Cunningham, H, Uavioon, president ot the Sons of England society; J. J. Cameron, E. Tatlow. of the iN'ews and 0. D. Austin of the Herald. After the repast had heen partaken of with full justice, a long programme or toasts and speeches interspersed with music and readings was enjoyed until the gathering broke "P. about naif past one. Telegrams were read cringing greetings frcm Scotchmen enjoyng similar functions in Hedcliil' and Irvine. The former wired: "Bri- organi'iation and predicted that the ond of the year it v.roulcl have naif a million members. The object of the club was to anchor the over- seas dominions1 to the British Isles, and he told, of the message the local ciiib had sent to Britain that the movement stiouid be taken up at the centre of the empire. The objects of the club were explained brieliy. Scotchmen in Canada. Canada of Ours" was the toast to which Hon. A. Buchanan responded. Taking the quotation en the toast list, "Ye hills, ye plains, ye torests and ye he said thnt could Burns have seen Alberta he would have seen the place typified in. his -lines ana said that this was prolr ably tlie reason why so many Scotch- men came to Alberta. The Scotch- men, tie said, have been the path ing another transcontinental railway. the many Scotchmen who are at the head of Canada's leading education-il institutions; Lord Strathconn. and itiount Stephen who had done so much to Dring Canada into the Hme- ngni. Tne Caledonians were urged to emulate the example of these fellow countrymen. He also spoke of the tact that whether in Canada, Aus- tralia, Houth Africa or iiritain, all arinsners were on a level. In con-j elusion, .Mr. Buchanan expressed his appreciation o! the work of the donians in furthering amateur sport in the city. More Scotch Than Scotland J. J. Cameron was called upon to answer to the toast to "Our Visitors" and1 in so doing regretted the fact that he was.a visitor and not a mem- ber of the society as he should be He could not claim to have come from Old Scotland1 but he came from New Scotland (Nova Scotia) where. the uCotchmen were said- to even more Scotch than they were in the old land. The value of national socie- ties in forming strong units to work together in formulating and putting into effect policies for tne of the, community and -the nation, was 'com-1 menteci upon. He concluded by pay- ing an eloquent-tribute to Burns, the poet of the common people, nature's poet. At the conclusion of his speech hv a standing vote of the members, nor. The wage roll of the daily pa- pers of Lethbridge- was not less than a thousand dollars a week.. "The Lassies" was briefly replied to James Thompson." '.J: iJ. Gibbon Jn proposing a'toast to the toastmaster and his assistant, Mr. Cunningham, spoke of what they nad done for the society. The toast was heartily, received and drunk. At intervals between the speeches, the gathering enjoyed songs given by .Messrs. Tehhant, Kelly, Main, Thomp- son and -M ell vena. .Mr.- Park-.'gave an excellent reading of "The Cotter's Saturday Xight." David Ma'rr ;rcn3 ered a capital violin, and Capt. Horn favored the company with excellent bairpipe selections. "Pneumonia9' CLARKE APPEALS TO STATE DEPARTMENT Asks that Appeal be Made to Dominion Govern- ment re A. Ottawa, -Jarf. 22. William R. Pneumonia is nothing more or le "Lung or is it to be "Inflammation ot Lunfs" and results come entirely.from local such as taking a violent cold. There i> more or difficulty m''. breathing: a cough, at first dry, but BOOH accompanied by raising a rusty-colored matter, competed e of a mixture of There is only.. one n ay to pKTent Pneumonia, and that is to cure tbe eold just as soon as it appears. Dr. Norway Pine Syrup -will do this quickly and effectively. v Mrs. G. W.-Bowman, Pattullo, Ont., "Three'years ago I caught a edd which-ended in a severe attack of monia. Since that the begmi each winter, I seem to catch, cold very easily. I have been so hoarse that _ I was unable to speak loud enough to be heard., across the room. Last- winter, however, a" friend advised ine to trj- Dr. Wood's-Norway. Pine Syrup, saying it had helped her. I bought.'a-bottle and before it was half used 1 was completely cured. I also find it a good medicine for the children when they have Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup is puj' up ia a yellow wrapper; three pine'trees the trade mark; the price 25 Manufactured-only by The T. Mdbum Co., Limited, Toronto, Oat. uv it aiuiiuiiLii _ ar. Cameron was made a member of Clartc, a banker 01 Kansas ihc society forthwith. Bonnie Scotland D "nciers oV the Canadian West, rcfov- I 5S3! vmg paracuiarty to the men r.ho c.imo out witn the Hudson's Bay Company. Comment was nude on the great Scotchmen who had done so nntcli ror the upbuilding of Canada, anaer-.Mackoii7.ie and Sir John A- Club first annual celebration. We're haeln' a gran' time, mon. Keep your e'e on and the latter sent i "sorry we can't be with you tonight. Hope you have an enjoyable night." The Immortal Bard The first toast, that to the was given with Highland "with tne foot on the In pro-: posing the toast to the "immortal Mr. Hardle said that there was; ons tnins above all others that made1 Burns immortal, and that is that spoke not to the heade but to tLei nearts of the people, from the: mgiiest to the lowest. For this rea son his poems arc sung In all parts of the world. There have been great-1 er poets than Burns, but they did not aing to the hearts of the people: tneyi wrote of cold, hard, logical facts.' snakcspearc was and is great aiid and often his thoughts ware sublirr.Q out they were Intellectual, appealing to the head rather than to the heru-. reason of this character j Burns lay in the fact that he more ot the vicissitudes of life land who sroke of the land or provincial government o Scotland and ot Us men. Scotland to abandoned the Alberta States state department to make rcp- The popular toast'to "Bonnie to the Canadian govern- nd" was ablv responded to by J. U. mcnt against the policy by which tlie (Vlherla has Winnipeg, -Tan. Cardiff Col- lieries Ltrt., has been formed by Win- and Montreal capitalists, to over t-be properties ot the Car- men who could hold their owu against in the borrowed difi Coal Co., Ltd. .'In Alberta for any men in any part of the world. on raijway This sum, if''the sum of Included ft obtained, will be used for other pur- j minc which is a large- shipper. Head poses. The Dominion government has offices will be retained here The Alber There la government, which guaranteed ihs better men in Scotland bonds of raihvay, is now endeavnr i ver came from it. They were ju to obtain from the three banks Th- First President j. H. Kellie, the first president of ihe local society, was called upon, ihp Q'Grady is president and f paW La tri- is within provincial authority, but itrJAmirew Kelly, is vice-prcsirtent sponueii 10 oy u. u. VM.U by A. C. Rtiih- r I pressed the thanks the city owed to crfonl> CMaclcd legislation guaranlcc- tne Caledonians for provUling fi t interpst 0_ TRIPLETS SECOND Montreal, Jan. eight years of marriage .Mr. and Mrs. Louli. Le- rlche, is'o, o Gain Lane, are the parents of-nine children, Mrs. Licriche h-arlnf given hirth to triplets on Mbndmj- for the second time la fve yean. -The mother ami are well. iruated hit writing. Thc memory o Burns was honored Dy a silent toast. To Ourselves Simple as it is, it gives almost In for 2 minutes. Put ounces of; Pines (50 corns' worth) sn a 16 oz. bot- tlo and the Sugar Symp. It keeps perfectly a teaspoonful every A. L. .Johnston In rqspondinz to the; t7v-0 or throc hours. j Pine is one of thc oldest and best i known remedial ascn'-S for the throat membranes. Pinex is thc most, valu- able concentrated compound of Nor- way white ptoe extract, snd is rich ir; cuiaicol nil the other natural toast to tao Caledonian Society, sa'.rt tnat he wos proud of the position Ire' neid of president or the society. society had done mucn good during the two years of its existence in the, city and was doing Us share of work of building up the institutions] j of the empire. He spofce of tha work j a more intelligent and active v to banks approved of by the- t in the affairs of Uu> city. nirnl, and Mr. Clarke says the mon- The Aims of the Press Cy u-as -o out from :imn IP -The Press" was honored with w the company or its toast which was aocentcrt anil respond j thc of tcn ed to by I son. XV. A. Buchanan. o. T eorrtms to Ue quotation on tae tolst wjll not work in this formula. The __ e prompt results from this rec- j ODJec. list he said that nuisance, the report- er, was evidently in existence in mnus" time, me press has its faultc out the speaker held that Its great to slve the people the socla! lines to help tne young Scotch-j Canada, -R-bicb. explains v.-hy men who came to the city to live bt plan aas been imitated often, ter and more useful lives. never successfully. A guarantee of absolute satisfaction rconey promptly refunded, goes Ith this recipe. Your druggist ha? or will it for you. If not opinion in matters that rnide tor the welfare o! "political in which the contract Lclwcrn the Aiarna government and thc Great Kail- way company was subjected to criti- cism, and a royal commission to inquire ;nto tbc transaction. cieiy was doing its best to bring to pass the prophecy of Burn? "man to man the world o'er suRll Hrf- tne community and tna nation. ThejTbs persons upon whom the railway j i pres? in Canada is ambitiou? Jo servo; company had dcpendrtl to provide tno hcst interests ot the n-'-iniry am to inculcate 'n the mir.rts of rhe in- cominc sottlers from foreign lands a thers was doing irre to Tte Pinex Co., oroalo, Ont ror He f'.inds to pay tbo interes; .July I, tloclinrd pui the cash. where tne captures world's prizes. This Is the kind of wheat we mill. Our machinery Is of the latest modern type and our methods up- ;