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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridgc Daily Herald, Friday, March U; Page 11 FRIDAY A bevv of genuine bargains selected for Saturday selling. The very goods you re- quire at this season of the year at prices unheard of in Lethbridge. Those who took advantage of our last Friday and Saturday values that will bring them again. The list for this week is fully as large and the savings as 9''eat. N Here are a 'few the items: DRESS tiOOPtf -on Uie Bargain Counter 52 INCH DRESS splendid weight iu black and cardinal. Note the width (52 Worth 75c per yard. CC A 1-MUDAY AND SATURDAY, pei.'ward, only W 40 INCH PANAMA CLOTHi cardinal, green and black'pure woolen- ama cloth, worth Easily Selling FRIDAY AND at nci yard I5LKACHED COTTONS AND WHITE CAMBRICS Fine soft even bleached cotton, one of the most popular cottons for making ;nlo underwear and for general use. L "Regular value 15c per yard. FIUDAY AND BAttJKDAY fitti n, p e r y a r d o n 1 10 G ENTIRE -TRUST IX Oliuvsholin Liberals" ilic Political Situa- tion on CAUSE OF RIOT AT BOGOTA Quarrel Between Amen- i can and Police OiTL- oer Started It GOOD WHITE UNDERSKIRT BARGAIN This'beaiitifu'l muslin uncler- skirt, good value at each. EE1DAY AND, SlTURDAY, sell- 15c 25c 30c MADRAS WINDOW inch cream Madras Muslin in cross-bar and -.floral designs selling FRED AY AND SATURDAY, at per yard fcWV LADIES' WHITE vests, pure white ribbed medium weight, suit- able for early Spring wear. Regular value each, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, each MEN'S OVERALl S AND bibbed--Or plain pant'Shape, made .of the best 3'oz. denims in blue or black. All UNION MADE and well J1 QQ :i, .Mm-ii fivslj from Hdmonton today carne as a UiunderboJu'io the local, people and lit situation is being discuss- ed. The tendency at present Is to lace cniiro trust in the local mem- n-r, until Hgh't is shed the transactions and proceedings Uie house-.. C. S. Hotchklss, immigration, has been here for two days. At the police barracks John 0. Pear- son was committed for tiial at the supreme court at Macleqd for pass- ing worthless cheques. C. Dea, who resides near here, was sentenced at Macleod to two years in the penetentiary for subordination perjury. Spence Lewis, ROBINSON horse trainer J] Miairmore, is expected to arrive here this week (o take charge of the run- ning horses Irish Ranche King and two young.and promising fleet ones oft the. Stewart ranch. On Friday a meeting will be held to reorganize the baseball club. The Y. M. C. A. may form a foot-' ball club. The chinook has been the means of closing 'Die skating rink.. 11. P. Bell, formerly of-the Queens hotel, has taken a house la town. The alterations and improvements on the two hotels, the Queens and the Wilton, are rapidly near-ing com- pletion, and is an alteration very much for the 'better. ogota, Co'rmbn, March quarrel between the manager of an American owner of a street railway line and the police' officer late yes- terday, was followed by a riot during which a mob attempted to wreck the street car. The traffic was' stopped manager placed under arrest. The rioting continued for some, time and reached the block in which the American legation The police gathered jn force in the vicinity 'hut-the mob, after wrecking Its geance on the rolling stock of the company, attacked the United States legation, stoning the building. The members of the legation were protect cd and though there were further dis- turbances during the night, the auth- orities this morning appeared to be able to afford protection. Elliot Xorthcote is the U. S. envoy extra- ordinary and minister plenipotentiary in Bogota and Paxton Hibben is the secretary of the legation. All at'the legation were said to be safe today. hive just placed in stock a' large consghmont of Dry Goods and Boots and Shoes. We. are handling the well known "McCready" shoes which are unequalled for quality, style, comfort and wear and our prices are the same as on other goods, "Very' reasonable." BOOTS AND SHOES Men's Tan Boots. This boor is made from best quality box calC ,Very styl-. ish and very serviceable Our price per pair Men's Box Calf Blucher, made i'vom good quality box calf skin. Well sewn through out. Our special .price per pair Men's Working Boots. This boot is. made from goo- quality grain leather, med- iuiii heavy soles, Blucher cut. Our price per pair Miners' Boots, This boot is made especially ior rough work and has'heavy spiked soles. Our price per pair is Miners' High BOots, same as above, but with high top. Extra quality. Our price per pair Men's Patent Leather Blu chers, with kid top. Out- price, per pair Boys' Box Calf Blucher. Sizet 1 to 5. Just the thing for school Our "price- per Youths' ttox Calf Blucher, siz- 11 10 13. Our price per puir Women's Choc. Bluchers, made from best, quality Don- gola leather, very stylish and comfortable. Our price per pair Women's "Solid Comfort" boots. This boot is made from good quality Dongola leather, Blucher cut and plain toe. Our price per Women's Dongola Buskin, a very comfortable slice for morning wear. Our price per pair Misses' Box Calf Blucher, an extra good boot for school wear. Our price, per pair is Misses' Pebble Blucher, made from good quality pebble leather Our price, per pair RICH FIND IN THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER weekly specials TABLE Irish FRIDAY AND SATURDAY only r................ BLACK COTTON AND -SATURDAY per pair.......... TOURIST R UGH sky and yds. in each box FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 2 boxes for v GENT'S FOUR-IN-HAND TIES 30c-----Silk poplins, fashionable broad stripes and'-brocade designs, all new colorings: FRIDAY'AND' SATURDAY, each RAILWAY TRACKS DEVELOP CANADA Cy Wanmm Tells of Con- quest of West By Fsir- and Railroad Manchester N. H., March thousand dollars worth of ambergris accidentally picked up in the St. Law- rence was the lucky find of a Man- chester painter recently while on a 'fishing trip In Canada. The man, who does not give his! name, called at -the state laboratory in Concord yesterday and learned the value of -the peculiar With his brother the painter went out on the St. Lawrence one afternoon when they saw che strange gray object in the water. some form Believing of animal that it owing color, they fired two shots at 'it arid then hauled :it into the boat. The lump weighed 38 pounds. Oysters, 2 Ib. cans, ea. ...25c Oysters, 1 Ib. cans, ea. ..15c Sardines, .Balaklava Brand 4 cans for..........'.25c Sardines, Ailbert Brand, 2 cans for..............25c Per dozen cans.......65c Per dozen cans Sardines, King Oscar brand: each..................I5c Per dozen cans Salmon, Summit brand, 2 tins Salmon, Yacht brand, 2 tins for ...................35c Salmon, Shamrock brand, per tin ___.........'......20c Acadia Codfish, in 2 Ib' box- ,.30c. Lobster, in 1-2 cans, 2 cans for ..............__.45c Lobster in 1 Ib. cans, ea. 45c Kippered Herring, Canadian, '2 cans for___.........25c Holland Herrng, per keg .90c Kippered Her- ring, 2 cans for .......35c vMaconochie's Herring in to- mato sauce 2 for ......35c Wagstaffe's Jam, all flavors, 5 Ib. pail............ .80c Smith's Jam, all flavors, 5 Ib. pail..................75c Victoria Cross Jelly, 5 Ib. pail for...................65c C. B. Jams, all flavors, 7 Ib. Jelly Powder, the. Trophy brand, 7 for..........50c Or, 15 East India Relish, "very deli- cious, per bottle .......35c Worcestershire Sauce, 2 bot- tles ior...............25c Gnerlous, Sterling brand, 2 bottles for ............35c Dill Pickles, Libby's, per bot- tle, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, .each IF Phone 344 LIMITED Crabb Street STANDARD OIL In Opposition to-Attempt of Govcnimeiit to "Washington, Mar. Standard Otf to-day filed in the supreme court of-tthe United States its brief in oppo- sition ip the attempt of the govern- ment to dissolve it as'violating .the Sherman AntJ Trust comes prelude to.-the moral argument of the case on Monday by attorneys tor charged. the defence and of the government: 'Tfa brief of the government has not filed. keynote of the defence is the soialled preservation of the right's of] initividunl citizens of the United States. The issue according to this brief is the charge made in the petition, denied in life answer arid reasserted in the re- plication that the seven individual-de- D Rockefeller, William Rockefeller, -John D..Archibold, Oliver; H.'-Payne, Heiiry'M. Flagler, Charles M.vPratt and Henry H. Rogers com- bined and conspired and continued to combine and conspire at the time the petition was filed, to state trad4 gain a'mon- '.opcliy ;-pf of jhe circuit'court of-the United States Yo'r the.. the defendants seek to overturn'is complained of as being unjust to the men, who to the brief, "Were a lawful group, lawfylly doing business" and who after what is de scribed as a mere conveyance and solely by reas'oii thereof became "group of lawless it is ART CRITIC SENTENCED TO NINE MONTHS London, March Martin the art vas convicted o misappropriating the -funds of th Royal Society of British artists, o which organization he was secretarj and was sentenced to nine months ONFESSED TO "i'ench of .Almost Million Dollars Paris Mar. 'ii HV The arrest )uez following his confession that he had misappropriated something like of "funds derived from the sale" of church, property for he' as- the liquidator. n great sensation. Intimations are freely made that other .liquidators in the employ of the Government are similarly involved. The Republican press find no word of excuse for the disgraced official and have placed sponsibility for fairs upon- the .Montreal, Mar. conquest of the has been a glorious achieve- ment while it took but a moment, as the life 01 a'nation is measured, to de- stroy the. native beauty and wealth of the West, it required years to convince the world that the West was worth while. Within the memory of men now living, statesmen stood in the Halls of Congress, arid argued that the West was fit only for the inhabitation of the rattlesnake, the prairie dog and the owl. But the West has made good; lit feeds the East to-day. Westward the empty box-car takes its flight, and it comes back loaded every trip." The Canadian Club having satisfied the inner man, at the noon time lun- cheon to-day, sat back and applauded Mr. Cy Warman's story of the develop- ment of Canada's .West, with the in- creasing displacement of steel-in rail- way tracks. He told of the growing importance of the farmer, the man among men who was prospering in these high cost of living days. The farmer was the man who had worked hand in hand with the raliroads in the development o'. the prairie and a greater Canada. Then he enlarged on the work of the railroads, their remarkable develop- ment, which despite strenuous ener- gies, was continually, failing to meet increasing demands of trans- portation. How the C.N.R. has grown GEO.TAYLOR Florist Brtklt Street, Pirn 675 STORE--405, Street, PRINTS AND GINGHAMS I P. 561 6. Box 1353 U Fresh Cut "Flowers and "Plants for AH Decisions Free Delivery to all parts prtliB city 12.pieces good quality.-print, all newest, patterns. Our price, per yard .....12 1-2c 12 pieces extra good quality print, newest patterns. Our price, per yard........10c 10 pieces gingham, assorted patterns, good quality, price per yard.........15c 2 only pieces apron gingham, blue and vrhite check, 45 inches-wide, extra "good quality. Our price per yd. is.................... 20c Ask for prices on Flour, Rd. Oats, Bran, Shorts, Oats, Etc. Highest prices paid for butter, eggs and other farm produce. We pay freight on all cash orders of and over to all points within 50 miles of Lethbridge. Robi nson Box 2005 North Lethbridge Phone 1350 GEO. BEATON EXPERT PICTURE FRAMER All Work Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Cement House Glyn St., Lethbridge Orders Promptly Executed FOR LOW PRICES AND SATISFACTION TRY I The Meltzer Furniture Company COR. ROUND AND DUFFERIN STS. SPRING SALE OF AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STILL ON M M much of the ro- th e condition of nf- immensc amount of assigned to a single liquidator. I At the same time the papers accord ithe government praise for its cour- fron? nothing to in a single de- cade.' .Millions, many millions of dollars are )eing distributed by the government ir. he building of the eastern section of the great Grand Trunk Pacific system, but, when the work is finished Canadr from Arctic to Tropics in Ten Minutes beater bis a hlcfeer tfficte- cy or greater beatiaf power te PERFECTION Oil Heater will own the line she is building, and ir her banks and in the pockets of hev people will be found about ninety cents of every one of those millions of dollars so spent. "Of course, the main purpose of the Grand Trunk Pacific is to 'help to handle the harvest of the West, to as- sist in the development of a vast arer utterly worthless without transporta' tion. No one would ever wish to ser it used to take armed men from one part of the world to destroy other men with whom they have not even a nod ding acquaintance, in another part o' i age in boldly exposing the scandal on the eve of 'tihe general elections when it is sure to become a powerful wea- jpon in the hands of its Catholic ad- jversaries who for mnoihs have brer, n genuine political cam j the world, and yet if the Empire were ;pnign The Catholic and Royalist op peril, it would be quite convenient I posit ion press generally manifest high jt0 nave this short cut across the north- jslce over the exposure. Pnd o. the earth to His Majesty1: j i out lying Empire in the East." IWiLL G. T. P. TAKE OVER j N. T. R. EASTERN DIVISION j INSURANCE BILL REPORTED YESTERDAY Ottawa, Mar. the Common? with S4nolNlMi With it you cti of the Arctic the virmtb of Tropics U 10 The ucw Automatk SaKdcdeM Derice prertats smokinc. Removed ta for i railway committee meeing this morn 'ing Haughton T-enox said it was per- sistently rumored that tlio Grand 1 Trunk Paciiic not. take over the eastern division of the N.T.R. when hut Hon. Mr. Graham saic' was no truth in such talk that to the Commons. Ottawa, March 0. insurance bill was reported in the banking com- mittee to the senate to-day and the SPECIAL English Tapestry Squares Floral and Oriental designs, with color combinations of fawn green andjjlue. Oft.xlOft. 6 BRUSSELS SQUARES 6 ft. 9x9 ft. 11 How To Save And where to save is the main object these days. If you arc pur- chasing any tiling' for the home and have little to do it with, your purchases shonl d certainly be made at LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE CO. IRON BED LOUNGES 'Double Avidtli com- plete with filled green denim draped Special IRON BANNER COUGH Singlc com- plete with wool filled green denim draped Special SULTAN BOX SPRING LOUNGE With, spring edge, hair filled, green den- im Special will be concurred in to- morrow and the bill is expected to bej given n speedy third reading and sent I if the G-.t.P. wore not prepared to take over the lino there was another- 'company rondy to or 40 men will be employed its' Toronto: visiting friends be--sat the mill and at least 100 men in the fore coming News. 'bush. Lethbridge Furniture Co ;