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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, Friday, risties THE PUREST OF ALL PURE FOODS We nave just received a lull line of these biscuits direct from the makers, Among them we have- Water Ice Wafers, Dominoes, Philopinas, Cheese Wafers, etc. L E R1LEY STIRS UP POLITICAL SITUATION (Continued from front t Armour's Hani ami uone better. Try Armour's Star Bacon and Armour's Star Hams. TRY OUR COFFEE Our Best Blend at .45c Our L. Favorite at .35e Our Coffee at 40c Our Tuxedo Coffee at..- ;40c Our Empress Coffee at 40c CARR'S BISCUITS A new line of these biscuits also received. Eveiyone knows "Garr's Biscu Try their Sil- ver; Churn, Polo, Chocolate. Shortbread. SALMON Good Quality .10c ami 15c Best ____ 20c and 35c CEREALS We have the right price on.cereals Corn Kinks, 4 for .25c Corn Flakes lOc MaltaVitae Puff Wheat ............12 l-2e Puff Rice ..............12l-2c Force .15e Grape Nuts 15c Eolled Oats, 8 Ibs. 30c Rolled Oats, 20 Ihs. 65c SARDINES Imported French Sardines in mustard .15c FRESH FRUIT Arriving tidily. Phone your order. C11 1 e raddock V mer THE FAMILY GROCERS Slierlock Building PKone 515 ReJpatk Street London, June George to- day celebrated his first birthday as England's ruler., He is forty-live yi a'rs old. All Royalties in London raid formal visits to King and Queen Mary at Marlborough House and the Foyal salute was fired ac St. James Park as well as at Windsor. The King's birthday will be iormally June 24 but hundreds of. personal con- gratulations were received today. DEAD ABOUT FIVE DAYS Nepigon, June 2. Tthe body ci "an unknown man ,was found in the woods Edmonton, June was learn- ed that two of the five members who have offered to resign their seats to the Premier are Peter Qunn of Lac Ste. Anne, and Archibald Campbell, qf Vermilion. It is rumored that Dr. Campbell, of Ponoka, is of the five. of the constituen- cies arc in the north, the others be- ing south as far as Calgary. An ef- fort is being made to induce the Pre- mier to northern consti- tuency.. P. E. Lessard, minister without portfolio in the old Rutherford ad- ministration, is a probability as min- ister without portfolio under Sifton, when xthe appointment, of two more ministers' is made within the next few months. It is likely that the other minister will be selected from the south, and it is believed Dr. War- nock will be the man, and that he will .be' minister: of municipalities. It is expected' that the dates of the by which Premier Sif- ton, Attorney-General Mitchell and Hon. ftlr.- McLean will go to the country -will be announced'this -week. The elections will take place within the next three-weeks and it is prob- able that the bye-election to fill the vacancy in Macleod, caused by the death of ColinOenge, will be hold at the same time. Will Carry Out Promise Assurance was" given by Premier Sifton to the Councils of Edmonton and Strathcona. thafe the provincial grant for the high level C.P.R. bridge of as agreed by the old gov- ernment and: the new premier even offered to give a cheque for the first year's amount .if any further assur- ance was demanded. This will make it possible for the railway company to proceed with the immediate con- struction of the bridge. A Buhch of Rumors .The Calgary Herald publishes the following In connection with the many rumors that have been current regarding the probable outcome of the present.- political situation, both Dominion and Provincial, one conjec- ture has'been, launched on the politi- cal waters to the effect that within, six months Premier Sifton, probably, will become minister of the interior in the Dominion cabinet and that C. W. Cross will become premier in.this orovince. Another rumor which has been giv- en currencc in certain circles is that F. T. Congdon, member oi the Do- minion parliament for the Yukon near here today. He was apparently dead about five days. will become minister of the interior, {while Hon. Frank Oliver, present Phone 72 7 SIX RED HOT SPECIALS Special No. 1 1-White Enamel Bed, 4 feet or 4.6, brass int.. 1 spring, 4 or 4.6, 1 wool faced mattress 4 or 4.6. f in i Special No 3 Couches uphol- stered in v.el- our or art- Special No. 2 Dresser and Stand, golden oak, heavy Level plate mirror, case 34 x 18, mirror 14 x 24. Com- Special No. 4 Nottingham Lace Curtains Size 108 in. x 45 F Dining Tahlc, golden oak. 6 ft. extension, 5 mas- sive legs, very highly e Special No. 6 White Sewing Machine, 4 drawer, quarter cut oak case, guarantee with everv Don't mist this opportunity, there are only a few of these articles leff. First come first served. [LET. FORD Street s C. W. Grays HARDWARE Phone 761 310 Round Street AN ATTRACTIVE LAWN a moderate cost, made for two and four Two passenger, regular Price Pour passenger, regular Price ....................S6.90 LAWN wood, painted red, regular Sale Price The Settle 1 For Coal or Wood Our Settler Stove while extremely low in price, is thoroughly well made of the best materials. It is "better constructed in every particu- lar than such stoves usually are. It is huilt to give good service and; is a good baker. The top has" No. 9 cooking holes. The oven is large measuring 14 in. x 20 in. x 12 The fire box is fitted with iron re- movable linings. The body is made of cold rolled sheet'steel, secure-' ly rive tied and braced. The oven is asbestos .lined. Special sale for Saturday Other stoves and ranges at a correspondingly low price. Empire Cream Separators The Improved Empire Cream Separator has all'the merits of the most advanced types of separators. In the Empire all unnecessary pieces- have been done away with, the bowl having only 'five parts to it, making the cleaning very easy.. All the parts can be cleaned at once by means of brushes supplied -with -those machines. All parts are easy of access to be oiled; capacity 400 Ibs. of milk per hour. Regu- lar Sale 00 minister of the interior, will get the chairmanship of the proposed new commission on conservation of na- tural resources. Anotncr runor is that Hon. Frank Oliver may be relegated to the realm of the superannuate and be appoint- ed to the position of the lieiit.-gov- ernorship of this province when the new appointment is made next Sep- tember, which would mean that the NO. 95 LEFT TRACK WJiite River, Ont., June I'. R. express No. 95 left. the rails tere about eleven o'clock Tuesday rooming and was delayed seven and a half hours. No one was hurt." JULY WHEAT Winnipeg, June the curb julv wheat closed SS 1-S. No official wieat BATTERY NOTES Three more men joined the 'Artil- lery Battery last night and .the- turn- out was the largest that has been held yet. Two good buglers also joined. On Saturday afternoon mere will be a class for gun laying at market. This is a most interesting part .of the work. There will'be no present lieutenant-governor, Bulyea, market as this is the King's birthday, practice Saturday night. would not get his second term as t ________________________ many expect. No City Representation The Bulletin says It is apparent from the composition of the new cab- inet that we are to have government by the country rather than by the cities. The Premier, it is under- stood, will, if opportunity offers, ac- cept nomination in a northern con- stituency, in all probability a rural one. The other members all repre- sent constituencies whose voting strength lies in the country. This, in a province such as. Alberta, is as it should be. This is a province of farmers and must be predominantly such for many years. It is right and proper that the greater interest should have the distinction of. being thoroughly represented in the Gov- ernment. Most of the" matters with which the Government and legisla- ture of the Province have to deal are matters chiefly afiecting the farming community and if the men who are to lead the House and to shape the course of governmental policy arc directly and persuiiitlly responsible to voters who are farmers, that in itself is assurance that those nat- ters will receive the attention which is due them. LOCAL BUDGET J. MacMillan, of Caigary, superin- tendent of telegraphs of the C.P.R., was in the city this morning. J. II. Millard and W. R. Darling, of the Farmers' Lumber Co., have recently returned from the inspection of the company's yards. Their branch office in this city has been re- moved from the Acadia block to Room 116, Sherlock Building. The Atlantic-Pacific Land Syndicate excursions during the past two weeks have brought buyers from the states of New York, Illinois, Wisconsin, Washington, Idaho, and the Judith Basin country, Montana. Emigra- tion to Southern Alberta is steadily on the DUSTbESS HOUSE CLEANING Vacuum Process Icthlri.gc Kenoviting Co If you have been bothered with Headackes, Neuralgia, Red or Watery Dimness of Vision, Floating Specks Be- fore tke Eyes, Squinting, Wrinkles m tke Brows, Consult F. M. DENNENY An Eye Specialist and Refractiomst A graduate of Canada's Foremost. Op- tical College, with honors The Canadian Opthalmic College of loronto Backed by 11 years experience His work carries an absolute guar- .1 antee. At Drug Store Get his advice and be s CONSULTATION FREE ;