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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i'he e Daily Herald, Friday, March Page 7 f Dainty Eating Chocolates rnUE SWKlflT TOOTH begins to assert itself with the season. And there Is such a A vast difference in a variety In (tuality and price that it IB hard to tell when you are yetting good candy until ul'tor you have paid for it. We have enlarged our candy counter and have put In a full assortment of the highest grade chocolates. Here arc a few of the flavors: Strawberry Creams Maple Parisian Coffee Chocolate Forbidden Fruit Cinamon Stick Chocolate Burnt Almonds Tops Jersey Chocolates SEE OUR LARGE DISPLAY CASE FOR SATURDAY ..........40c AND 50c PER LB. Vanilla Creams Maple Creams Walnut Tops Caramel Creams Lady Caramels Parisian Creams Chocolate Figs Chocolate Pecan A. Macdonald Co. A. M. BUNT, Manager J POLICE OFFICER SLAPPED LAWYER A well-known police oJIIccr was up be-fore the magistrate this morning foi assaulting a legal light of -the city. It seems that the legal gentleman made some complaints against the oJlicer that he was Intimidating wit- nesses in a case that is pending. The olflcer resented >the charges as un- true, -md In ai) altercation slapped the miui of Jaw. The result was that he came up before the beak this morn- ing and pleaded guilty and was assess- ed ?lf> and costs. It Is just possible tiiat a suit for libel will come out oi' the affair with the ollicer as the lalntlff. Four drunks faced the usual fine of 3 and costs. William Watson and'Peter Taylor on a charge of stealing coal rom a car in the A. H. I. yards Vat son was remanded till tomorrow and Taylor was remanded for sen once. Hopkins Had No Authority From Cross the senior member for Caigary has any charge to make against I Mr. Bennett: "Don't get away the question." It is j3> .Mr. Cross: "I have nothing (Continued from front page.) IMPORTANT TO ever to do wkh Hopkins. I am deal-' ing with myself and my own, .aff airs. and if the senior member for Calgary has any charge to make against REAL ESTATE MEN A meeting of the Real Es- tate men oi the city will be per here charging me with complicity in this transaction, and asking lot at investigation and staking his reputa- tion and his seat as a member of this House in doing so. Either he has to do that, or lie lias to be content to stand revealed before this house and his country as a scandalmonger and a'coward, and I say these words advisedly. If he takes the first al- ternate the'government are ready to order an investigation any time UtiS O.U} LU the speaker will direct as to the held in C. B. Bowman s olnces al way in which it shall be made." "The question-is this.] whether or not you propose to deali( with this statement which, has beeni' accepted as substantially true by the: senior member for Calgary that -Mr. Hopkins made this statement to the' senior member for Calgary." Mr. Cross: "i want to say to the junior member for Calgary that I have nothing to do with any statement Hopkins made to any member of the house." tomorrow at 5 o'clock, in conncction with the land ti- tles office movement. Every real estate man is invited. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 4S3 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block ROBINSON'S LECTURE If wo knew how to improve the bargains here presented, we'd do it. If we could add a single iota of desirability or quality to the merchandise involved we would. But every Item is the best we could possibly obtain and every price is as low as it can pos- S'bly.he made within reason. In short, these items are typical bargains of the Clarke sort, the very highest exemplification of the word "value." Despite the extremely low prices that prevail, qualities haven't been lowered a particle. Such prices as are here named are the very climax of underpricihg. The Sweating: System oi Great Britain Was Described LOCAL BUDGET A orentleman from Taber who came "Mr. Bennett: '-It is the attorney- to the city specially to witness the. general's business to prosecute." I of the Y. M. C. it fc nnr If iXTr .flush- Cross: "I say it Is not. If Mr. Cush- else lays a charge was so l lUft UI ULJC 1.-J3C J.O.' 3 u. fc.v. p and if he accepts the second I leave iagalast Hopkins or any one else a ed. uWhy cant we have a it to the judgment of the members i prosecution will take place. I will at Taber? I believe if the Y.M.C. it to the judgment and the people of this country. Now, I think that I have stated my posi- tion in conncction' with this matter allow die junior member for Calgary I b ,s couid cornc to Tabcr and repeat to select the counsel in both the pre-, performance that it would pay liminarv and alter proceedings.' ima Mr. Marshall in the course of his them and at the same tune arouse A large crowd last night showed t he t increasing interest in the lectures being given this week by Mrs. A. T. Hobinson. The church was packed to hear the talented lady talk on "The Sweating Ststem of Great Beitain." She spoke from actual experience hav- ing spent six weeks studying condi- tions in the Whitechapel district of London, where she found peo- ple illegally "housed. In certain dis- die before five years old. The children on accountj in Beautiful New Vesting Waists, Selling Tomorrow at You'd pay almost as much for the material alone and if you had them made to your or- der you could not ex- pect better fitting gar- ments. Made of lovely qual- ity vestings in white only, neatly tucked es with laundered col- lars; shewn in a full range of sizes from 32 trf Truly Wonderful Values in These New Cambric REMARKABLE VALUE AT They're liberally propor- tioned and sewn as well throughout as any of our most expensive grades and would eas- ily bring 40c more if we cared to ask Made of excellent quality, soft finish cam- bric, buttoned front or trim- med with tucking hem- stitching and nice qual- ity THEY WON'T LAST LONG AT tricts fifty per cent of children well pleased that he remark- f M v ifinro fivr> nld. The cm! very clearly and very definitely. If i speech referred to the sensation which; an interest at Taber." the junior mehiber for Calgary has Mr. Bennett had concluded previous his re- i The Dallas Hotel has used a volume any fct him make S te SJmeDts ul of their guest register from Nov. 12, r MI v UeiHieU IlaU Ult airu 0 .nin in a tormal manner and it will bem-jMr CrOSS had denled them, and -Mr. 1909 to noon on March 2nd, 1J1U, ana An investigation will be I Bennett had accepted the denial. 'But in that time registered 3120 guests. jtlie statement-s had gone through the, Ifc is an interesting autograph album or house to province and they would; M make d advertise- oc !remain in ,lne minds Of some citizens) thought or insinuation say for a single ifor a time to come. The charae-. ment irom vestigated. by the government. didn't bv Mr. betincu. i uas 5. _0 to mtv i ot tne umuoa pcopie me on of the attorney general In print with! number would go to For these conditions the lec- somethlng that was disreputable and j Many a time they have had turn ten sccs'no hope for a change till a four room, a condition not allowed in Darkest Africa. From her observations the lecturer traced the trouble to 'the land system where three per cent, oi the people own eighty per cent, of the land. Lon don is owned by a handful of people. The'great cities are merely congested nerve centres. The people have been driven ofi the land to enlarge the deer parks of the landlords. The crowded cities are breeding a degenerate type. One out of every five of the London pcopie die on char- WONDERFULLY CHEAP CASHMERE HOSE Splendid weight, fine ribbed goods; also plain weaves in an -acnpcially good e M.f the raonpy; lull fashioned seanves? feet; splice J and toes. UNUSUAL VALUES IN CORSET EMBROIDERIES They're shown in a great va- riety of dainty designs, both floral and fancy scroll effects. IS in. wide; plenty of em- broidery work, and half inch beading at top. BUSTER BELTS GOING AT LESS Made of extra fine soft qual- ity morocco leather, shown in colors brown, black, white and red, finished with two buckles and neat front'orna- ment. OUR READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT IS READY TO MEET YOUR DEMANDS AS THEY HAVE NEVER BEEN MET BEFORE. New arrivals this week of many attractive styles in skirts, suits, one- piece and coat dresses, long and short coats, and undergarments to match every conceivable shade. Every one new this season, absolutely exclusive in style and especially characterized by their -very attractive pricing. that statement, Hopkins declared that! dishonest. He was sorry -that Mr. i or twenty away in a day. [reform of .the House of Lords. he no author Cross to no make such a statement, j Mr Benneu sasti jjeen lold, then it! That statement I accepted. Ijwas -the duty not to go to the leader {carloads of furniture. He is going ot" the opposition but to come to the'south with another carload tomorrow men to whom-the'Statement involved'. Ford sojc? an exceptionally large did not charge the Attorney-General with this matter but I said his reputa- tion was involved in this statement! i 1 Jlllt WUU1U UC UJIC jvutu Ui and his business to in thc United States and elsewhere JL I T Roofs ot" Two Dwellings Caleb Tire From Pipes BEST ENGLISH PRINTS SELLING AT 12 l-2c A wonderful range of newest designs from which to make medium and dark colors that are guaran- teed absolutely dependable, both in their washing and wearing abilities. Sateen Underskirts at the Cost of Ma- terial An exceptionally fine quality garment that you could not buy for less than in the ordinary course of events. Cut with liberal fulness in body, finished with extra full sweep raffled flounce, neatly trimmed with tailored uauds. LARGE SIZE BEDSPREAD SPECIALLY PRICED .45. Two dollars would not be out of the way for such a quality in full double bed size, but we're giving you the benefit of a fortunate purchase and saving you 1-4 actual value. SPLENDID VALUES IN NEW SILK VEILINGS All the new weaves that are popular this season in qual- ities that will surprise you for so little money, shown in colors brown, navy, green, black and white. Five Inch Taffeta Ribbon measuring off at 25c Direct importations that are. fully up to any regular 35c standard, full 5 in. wide, splendid weight and very evenly woven. Colors navy, brown, myrtle, reseda, card- inal, sky, rose, nile, white, cream, yellow and black. SASKATCHEWAN GRAIN MEN PLEASED March ow- ing to t'ho .sorting of ttres in dwell-i of Cardston citizens have recent- ly been given us. Yesterday it wns the home of H. L. Hinman. just north of Che cchool house, that caused the alarm. Through ;i defective Toof pipo the fire caught in llio woodwork and had it not been for the prompt of willing hands Appointments to Elevator Commission Suit the Grain Growers Moose Jaw, Uaroh the hoard of directors of the Saskatche- wan Grain Growers' Association are pleased to note that ihc government invited George Langley and F. W. Green to serve on the elevator mission and we unanimously and sin-; cerely hope that they will accept the I The above resolution was passed; and the proximity of the well, there by the board here this; inicht have been a serious blaze. afternoon. The one preceding occurred some These reports have not beon given currency in this city only, but have bt-cn sen? broadcast 'WiCh the delib weeks back, mentioned it Unlike started che one just after nightfall. We Have a Lnrue ami Varied Stock of Class Groceries crate purpose of influencing opinion and of attracting recruits from {he covemmont's forces. It is now admit- and came nearly consuming the roof. Fortunately a barrol of water stood near and the prompt action of neigh- bors and friends, notably A. D. Cairn- cross, who was the first on the scene, saved the house occupied by .Mr. J. Hoilfield. The premises now belong 1 :o Dr. O. D. Weeks, the former owner luvins been D. H. Klton. In each 3n- siance the fire brigade was on hand promptly. The meeting was harmonious and I there prevailed a sense that tlie gov-j eminent was desirous of co-operating; I witn the farmers. Always on Hand Delivery to All Parts of the City- ted that Genenl Hamorro's campaign) was a failure. T He had hoped that the interior .1. would welcome and reinforce tlie tn- surgent army. This was possible up Ji. i to the rime President Zelaya resigned. i Mis resignation nnd tlie election of X i President Madriz nppe.irs to have sat- NEWS NOTES OF THE PASS Frank, Alta.. March The inquest into the accident in the Bellevue mine Saturday last in which M. Piola lost his life, wits held yesterday by Cor- oner Pinkney. The evidence indicated thru tlie lad was working on the ,iirj motor and in some manner slipped j nnd was crushed between a cnr and I T T T the fender of engine. The ver- THE VERY LATEST (diet was one of accidental death. Designs for Advertising Cuts, LeUer- heaas, Etc. _ can illustrate any advertising i HANKS'. you wish. The V. M. C. executive wish to thank OUR ORIGINAL (TTS ANT) Wv! the Hremner Company for rc- SIGXo ARK TUB BUSINESS GET- turning the cheque sent them to pay S. G. TUFF GROCERIES GEO. A. DELANY FRESH MEATS m 11 :i t-i-H i :-M H-H fsfiod the people of the interior and i the west gcrsorjv-'y arid when Genera? i Kstrada's r.rmy readied the heart of t the country they received a lukewarm reception nnd little or no aid. The destructive blow foil at Tis- i maon on Fob. 22 when General orro was whipped to a standstill. TING KTND. for the electrical appliances used at avoid the nish. THE ENSIGN CO. DESIGNERS Acadia Block Phone 1432 Lethbridge, Alta. P. O. Box 1817 ire. They also wish to thank Mr. Daw- j son, who so faithfully attended the! practices at no little inconvenience to himself and supplied the music for the various drills, and alro for officiating at the piano al tbe exhibition. Ahvay's on Hand nl the Very Lowest Market Prices is IMC I i-J.i for a Trial Order WE WIJ I PLEASE YOU GEO. KERR CO. Have Reduced the Price of All PROVISIONS GROCERIES TEAS AND COFFEES Our Goods at Our Trices Cannot Be Beat SPECIALTIES PROVISIONS McVitie Price Biscuits, 25c to eOc. Acadta Codfish, 35c per box. Marmalade, Oranges. 80c per doz. Dill Pickles, 25c per dozen. Ostes. per !b. Bananas, 50c per dozen. Ceiery, 2 bunches for 25c. Apples, Spys in boxes, Spys, 4 Ibs. for 25c. Swiss cream, 35c per Ib. Roquefort, 55c per Ib. Cream Cheese, 20c per Ib. Ingersoll Cream, 20c per Ib. Canadian Cheddar, 20c Ib. Hams, 21c to 25c per Ib. Bacon, 23c to 30c Ib. Butter, 35c per Ib. New Laid Eggs, fresh today 45c per dozen. ;