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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridgo Daily Herald, Wednesday, March Page 5 Never As Low Prices V In The History of Lethbridge GOODS are arriving nearly every day from- the mails of tlie worud, and as last as they are thrown up out of the cases they are marked at the low margin of profit that we are Never such valuea-never such qualMes-und never such Mow prices in the history satisfied with. of this city. Here ure a few of this great store. the hundreds of substantial rou.soitt why it will pay you to pay cash at "THE HOME OF j DEMOCRACY" Constipation. Mrs A.I Robinson Give' Address On New Zealand A Itscrurtr in Lcnhbi'idge is! All The Best 15c English Prints for 121-2c large shipment of our new English Prints, is in. Pretty coin spots, dots, stripes, anchors, horseshoe, leaf and floral pat- terns. All colors, including grounds in blue, white, ecru, sky, Copen- hagen, grey, pink, brown, etc. They are lovely. Come while choos- ing is at its best. Never so Id less than ]5c a yard, Our price is only No KM need expect to healthy if allowed to become clogged up. A free motion of the daily should rule with everyone who aspires to perfect health. CostivenesB or constipation clogs the bowels, up the natural outlet of matter, and retains in the sybtem the poisonous effete waste of j nature, causing bad blood, dyspepsia, beadache) biliousncsS) foul humors, pirn- something quite out of the ordinary es i pieSi blotches, piles, etc. Burdock IKfcially a woman lecturer'of the call-1 Blood Bitters oas built up art unrivalled reputation as a cure fcr constipation and all the which arise from it. PLAN OPENS AT RED CROSS DRUG STORE On Thursday for Choral Glut1 Concert To Be Given in 01' .Mrs. A. T. Robinson, who Is giving a series of lectures In the Meth- odist church this week on behal? of the W.C.T.U. here. Mrs. KoWnson solce last might on the subject "New Zealand, the Home of and held her audience delighted irom stare to tiuish with her White Cambric He Beautiful pure white cambric that looks like pure linen. We were fortunate in securing a large quantity of it at a low price. Should be sold for 15c a Special at lie Two handsome patterns in large roses and poppy designs. Made of pure white linen and two yards in width. Easily worth 1.00 a yard. Hurry for it OulyTDc Mr. Burns Wood- cock, Kasbwaak. -f Constipation 4- Bridge, N.S., 4- Cured, -f- "For over two yean 4- 'my wife was troubled "She tried several phy- Bcians, but could get uo relief, but after MAJESTIC T1EIHE J First Showing of Ladies' Spring Suits A WISTERIA SUIT made of self saripe diagonal wor- sted. Coat .in natty style, with black satin trimming. Long dressy tepeis and two button fastening. Skirt is pleated, a pretty style for young A HANDSOME STYLE Is made-in self stripe Wisteria with self colored saitin and. black satin trimmings. Skirt is in pretty pleated Moyenage style. Coat is satin lined, and very styMsli AN ASHES OF ROSES SUIT is very pretty. This one Is made of. pure wool serge and beautifully tram- med with black moire Silk. Skirt in new pleated stymie. and very tioas in .that country, as she termed it i favorite child." was a land, she stated, of co-oner- j atiou where the government was con ducted for the welfare and happiness I of the many, not the few. Up till 1890 it had been in a worse 'condition in- dustrially than many other countries. The first step to reform was the land question where the holdings of the big land owners were broken up by taxation and legislation passed to prohibit the holding of large estates in the future- Incomes 'over were taxed at a graduated rate where the wealthy who could not best afford, it paid a greater proportion of the revenue than those not so favored. The railways of the country were publicly owned and the public got the working in the in good health. My wife and I cannot apeak too highly of Burdock Blood Bitters." Tor tale by JUnufectured only by T. Milbuim Co., limited, Toronto, BOUNTIES TO BE DISCONTINUED -Ottawa, March gov- ernment does not intend to re- new the bounties on iron and steel which finally expire at the end of the coming year. The bounties have now been in force for twelve years and the government believe that the iron and steel industries should be well enough estab- to do without this form of assistance. Since 1808 total bounties paid on iron and steel -have amount- ed to I Wednesday Evening, March 9th Lethbridge's best vocal talent will be heard in a body at this, their only con- cert of the season A. Macdcmald Co. A. M. BUNT, Manager REV, DR. LYLE RESIGNS' Busmilton, iMarcli of the Haimltoai -Presbytery yesterday Kev. Dr. 'Lyle tendered his resigna- tion as pastor of the Central Presby- terian 'church after 32 years of serv- ice. 'He Is now 70 years old. SETTLERS RECORD R. M. Housenger and Ms brother bbtih Crorn 'Garden Plains, "111., have arrived, eacli 'wibh a carload of settlers effects for Diamond City. Fire broke out in the residence oi H. M. P. Deroche, at Melvillt, Sask. The house, was. completely gutted, damage being Eieut. Cammaran, CK French engin- eering Corps made a flight of miles the Farman biplane recently acquired by the government. advantage of their matter of reduced rates, excellent service and frequent excursions where- by all might travel largely at a inal rate. State insurance was another, insti- tution alona; the same lines. There was a public trustee who looked after the afTairs ol estates en- trusted to him and under whose trol those estates could not be to their owners by mismanagement. J_______________ Compulsory arbitration us it exist- ed there in spite ol what had been said against' it was found to be work- in? a great good to the entire social community of the nation. It was a land where women had the franchise and was exerting it for the stamping out of the liquor' traffic; The speaker closed with a strong ?ppcal for the ritrht of woman suffrage and an appeal to the men for their the. foun- dations ol this new 'land, wiping out those social evils that existed now before they got too firm a foot- hold in the province. E. A. CUNNINGHAM, ANDREW TILLEY, Musical Director MISS JESSIE ANDERSON, Accompanist D. H. ELTON, Secretary I T1 V "I" V The Meltzer furniture Co. BIG OPENING SALE arc CLARKE CO. Bob Edwards, the notorious editoir of the -Eye Opener, passed through tue d'ty tnls unornin'g on die way to 'Nelson where he will be the -Wcket- agent; Started this morning and the bargains attracting many buyers. If you AY ant to add to your house fur- nishings' you can afford to if you take ad- vantage of .the values offered at this sale. O __ Refer to yesterday's Herald for prices. Just one as a sample BED, SPRING .A3STD MATTRESS COM- PLETE IN ALL BALE LASTS 0 DAYK The Ladies' Store WE Acadia Block The Grand Trunk Pacific telegraph line has been extended this week, to Wolf Creek, 125 miles west of this city. At this point will be the base of operations for the company this summer, this telegraph connection was a necessity, although there will be no intermediate stations establish- ed for some Plain- dealer. Herald Patterns Advance Spring showings of York's most favored styles in tailored coats, skirts, one- piece and coat dresses. Assortments most satisfying tor this season of the year and values the most re- markable that have ever emanated from this store. Handsome New Tailored Waists Just to Hand Containing Many Specially Attractive Values and Chief and important among this new shipment, of tailored waists are the hand- some tailored styles at the remarkably low price indi- cated above. Made in neatly tucked styles of fine white vestings or striped ginghams in two-tone effects of bine and green. Sizes 32 to 44. Rajah Silks in all the Popular Colors That are to be worn this season. 75c A beautiful collection of theso much favored materials shown in a of colors that you would not expect to find outside the larger cen- tres. Stylish, durable and washable; 27 inches wide. Special value at the price. Comprehensive Stocks of Newest Corset Models Featuring a Specially Attractive Value at 95c Newest Directoire style suited to the present form of dres, as perfect fitting a? any of the higher priced grades, made of Rood quality coutil, white only; has two pair of velvet grip suporters, front and sides. or high-class for the This is why we have put in the cleanest, most sanitary, up-to-date grocery and delicatessen store in thi Our goods also correspond in quality with the store. Only first class articles which will be sold at all times at as low a price as what high class goods can be sold for will be sold here. The following are ?ome of the goods and prices at which they are sold this store. Canned Goods 3167 EMPIRE DRESS WITH GIHMPE Paris Pattern No. 3167 AH oeams Allowed Daintily picturesque is the dress ere shown, which as presented in the roni view is made of tan ladies' cloth, he Empire body being braided with ark brown and liavng garniture of gi't 'Uttons, and the guimpe is mr.de of ncked ecru batisie. The guimpe, like he dress, is back closing, and is pro 'ided with wrist-length sleeves which show below the elbow sleeves oT the dress. The design is one than can be charmingly developed in combinations of materials as in the present instance or may be made of one throughout Materials which can be used to ad- vantage for a dress of this kind are China silk, pongee, challis, cashmere nun's veiling, French flannel, lawn, j chambray, linen, gingham or French j percale. The pattern is cut in fonr j sizes, from 6 to 12 years. For a girl of 10 years the dress requires t-S yards of material 36 inches wide. The guimpe requires 13-8 yards inches. Price of Pattern, 10 cents. Tomatoes, Vend, prito tins .......2cc Per case of 2 dozen tins Corn, Red Feather, price, 2 tins for ........25c Peas, Red Fearher. Early June, 2 tins........25c Peas, extra sifted, price, 2 tins for ..........35c French in tins, extra price tin ......................................25c Besns, Red Feather, Refugee, 2 tins for ......25c Canned Peaches, Raspberries, Strawberries, Pears and Green Gage Plums, Horse Shoe, price per tin Lombard Plums, price per lin ...............15c Aylmer Blueberries, price per tin ............15c Premier Canned Fruits and es These goods are superior in quality to anything else on the market. If you want the best, try them. Peaches, Strawberries and Pears in tins, price per tin ..................................25c Raspberries and Pitted Cherries in tins. Price per itin ..................................30c Sliced Peaches, extra fine in large price per tin ......................................35c Corn and Tomatoes, in 2 Ib. tins, price per !in I5c Wag'staffe's Goods .lams, m nil in Ib. .-'rice per tin 80c .i in all flavors, in 16 m. ...........2-5C Marmalade, in Ib. tins, price per fin ......80c Red Currant Jelly, in 16 m. glass, price each..35c Red Currant Jelly in 12 oz. glass, price each ..25c Remember that every article that is sold at tion. Your money back if not satisfied. Pi-ovisions Delicatessen Fearman's Star Hams, extra -fancy, price per Sliced and boned, per Ib....................'-25c Fearman's Star Bacon, per Ib................25c Sliced, per Fearman's Peameal Bacon, per .27c Sliced per Boiled ham, best quality, per Ib............ .40c Jellied Tongue, sliced, per Ib................40c Summer Sausage, per Ib....................35c Kinds Roquefort, per Ib............................55c Edam, per Ib..............................We Per cake........................... Gorgonzola, per Ib...........- Swiss, Limburger, per Canadian, per Ib.........................----2Cte Ingersoll Cream, 2 cakes for ................35c MacLaren's Imperial, small jars.......-----..35c Medium Large Fruit and Vegetables Northern Spie Apples, All Xo. 1 stock, price per box B. C. Onions, 6 Ibs. for '.......-----.........25c Spanish Onions, 4 Ibs for.....'...............25c 8 Ibs. for .25c Turnips. 10 Ibs. for .....i...................25c B. C. Potatoes, a oar just arrived. Price per 100 We might state that we have new laid eggs and freshly made creamery butter from the Cloverhill Creamery arriving every day or two. You can depend on getting articles fresh from us. this store is guaranteed to give absolute satisfac- THE GOOD CO. Phone 525 Prompt Delivery ;