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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dully Herald. Friday. May HERE WE ARE In the Coaldale Block P. BURN'S OLD STAND Ready For Business With a complete Stock of Boots and Slices of tKe best makes. Give us a ca 11. FRED GOW, The Shoeman Summer Shoes For Young Men BURGLARS CARRY OFF A LIVE PIG Perfect fit that means comfort and 'style that gives a smart, dressy effect. You are sure of getting both these features in your summer footwear if you come to us for a pair of Also Turn the Live Stock Loose on the Place of a New Brunswick Farmer St. Jojin. May burglary, hav- ing remarkable features, was com- mitted on Sunday, when -the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Lin ton, Saints' liest, was entered in their absence, some money stolen and moat of the furniture in the house damaged. Mr. Linton on ills return found that the house had been visited in bis ab- sence and some money stolen. The sideboard, beds, chairs and other fur- niture were partly destroyed and the contents of the pantry had been thrown over 'the floor, including a bar- rel of flour and some milk. The barns were opened and the horses and cat- tle allowed 'to wander off. A pig, which was carried off by the thieves, was found later in the woods tied in a -bag. There are no clues. Docs M Cbia PerfectiH- Tfce Rejly Sat tke Mtister TJie following letter from Duncan j Marshall, provincial minister of agri- culture, in answer to the LethbrWge Board of Trade'a complaint about the booklet, "Land and Agriculture in Al-l was read -before the execu- tive council of the board at the week- ly lunciieoii yesterday, and was ceived with laughter: "Your communication re booklet, entitled "Land and Agriculture In Al-l arrived during my absence. I miglit say that we bad no thought of the 'book being perfect, and anything] that has been overlooked has 'been done unintentionally. It had to be got out somewhat ihurriedly, bjjt it is something of a compliment to It that it -has received very favorable notice and no adverse criticisms, except your own. We .hope some day to reach that standard of excellence that will be even approved by you, and we as- sure you that we are prepared to pro- fit by any suggestions that you make." Secretary McNicol then read the fol- lowing reply, which ihe had sent Mr. Marshall, and his action was endors- "Yours oC the 6th to hand. We Regal quarter-sizes insure you an exact fit, whatever your foot-length may the new Regal models are accurate reproductions cf the latest styles. Just let us show you ihe new Regal do the rest Sporting Shoes Now is the time for these goods, and we have a complete range for FOOTBALL, LACROSSE, TENNIS. CRICKET and GOLFING. We have also the Children's Vacation Shoes, which make the Child enjoy his summer holidays more fully. Anything we have not got we can get. W. J. Nelson Co. EXTENSIVE SURVEYING TRIP Medicine Hat, May. A. Car- bettr C. B., who is in charge of the provincial government survey work in this district, has outfitted for the season and hies the trail for the prair- ie tomorrow. He will proceed with the laying out or roads and bridges be- ginning at Seven" Persons and pass- ing on to Little Plume, Josephburg, Cypress Hills, Strathmartin, Willow Creek, Graburn, Walsh, Irvine and back into Medicine Hat. The outflt wall then be shipped to Acme, the present terminal or the north branch of the C. P. R.r where work or the same nature will .be, carried on. may say that we did not expect you could get out a perfect book, nor does our letter intimate such. Neverthe- less, we did expect a -book without the glaring inconsistencies and om- issions which we find In the book en- titled "Land and Agriculture in Al- berta." As regards favorable notice, the book is so long that few people in t'sis Province have taken time to rf ad it, and we know of one favorable criticism made without openiig the oners, and no doubt the others v.-fro on the same 'basis. regards adverse criticism, we would refer you to the leading priit- orial in the Calgary Albertan of April "You will also note that your let- ter does not in any way answer tiie objections we jmabe (to this hook, a'nu that so far as we are concerned, they still stand, and we still believe that this book in present condi- tion should not be issued by -the Gov- ernment of Alberta." Standard Furniture Company SHOWROOMS 324 CRABB STREET CARPETS BY THE YARD Usual prices from 50c to OOc reduced to 30cto60c WOOLEN WARPS 3x3. usual price reduced to 3x3 1-2, usual price reduced to 3x4, usual price reduced to 3 1-2x4, usual price reduced to TAPESTRY SQUARES 3x3 usuatpru to red. to 3x3 1-2, price to red. JUTE. 6x0, usual price reduced to 1 1-2x3, usual price reduced to 95c 2x4. usual price to 3x6, usual price reduced to Mais Japanese Stencilled, red. to 75c RUGS a bargain, 3x6, red. to "Oriental Wool Fibre" 3x6, -S3.00, red to splendid value, 3x6, red. "Smyrna" reversible. 30x60, red. "Star" composition, 26x60, red. to This is a splendid opportunity to buy your nigs, better not let it, slip or else von be sorry when you find the sale over. Special To Go At Prices Unheard Of No Reasonable Offer Refused The Whole Of This Stock Must Go Magrath, May the meeting of the town council held last Wednes- day evening, early closing by-law was passed. The stores will close in the future at 6 p. m. A beautiful fall of and rain fell last Tuesday, making the hearts of the farmers glad. This will prac- tically insure a bumper crop. Memorial services will be held at Magrath in respect to the death of King Edward, on the day of the Royal Funeral. A company of yo.img ladies, under the direction of Mrs. Alston, put on the celebrated opera, to a crowded house lasi Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thomas arrived from Marcan, Utah, last Friday. They intend to make their future home here. Dr. Sanders expects to be in his new building by the end of this week Work is being rushed with all speed. J. T. Gibb and son are having a large plate glass front put in their new addition. This gives the block a much nicer appearance. T. W. Green returned on Saturdaj from a short visit to Clareton, Iowa. He has rented two sections of land four miies north of town from parties in Chariton. He reports a pleasant trip and was well treated. There is considerable rain in that part of the states over Alberta and Western Can- ada and there are large numbers of settlers coming on every train. He saw no better wheat anywhere on the road than can be seeu in the Magrath district. W. B. Smith, of Glasgow, arrived here last Friday to take charge of the Presbyterian church here and Spring CQiillie. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Glasgow University and the United Five Church College. Beshears Bros. BROKERS In Charge Stallions for Sale We have two registered Clydesdale stallions and two grade stallions which we will sell on easy terms or might exchange for driving horses or work horses, suitable lor farm work. For particulars write Taber Livery Co. SATURDAY SPECIAL Any Suit in the Store for ALL BRIGHT NEW CLOTHING NO OLD TIMERS TO UNLOAD CORNELL TRAVIS OPPOSITE ALEXANDRA HOTEL Sole 2Oth Century Clothes Taber, Alta. u C. Ross Tate, The Jeweler TOMORROW He is offering big discounts for cash. Prices guar- anteed the lowest in the Provisions Provisions Provisions Fresh Arrival to-day ot Swift's Premium Hams and Bacon Ham at 26c per Ib. Bacon at 30c per Ib. ALSO Canadian Hams and Bacon Ham at 24c per Ib. Bacon at 27c per Ib. Mclvor's Famous Boiled Hams Arriving Tuesdays and Fridays 40c per Ib. This is a Ham of Tenderness and Choice Flavour Butter, Cbeese of all kinds, Lard and Flour always in Stock New Laid Eggs, 30c per dozen Fruits Every Morning Choice Californian Strawberries 25c per Quart Box Grape Fruit Bananas Oranges Apples Rhubarb Tomatoes Lettuce Radish Green Onions GEORGE KERR CO. HIGH CLASS GROCERS FRUIT MERCHANTS PHONE 1453 Groceries At The Same Low Price As Last Week ;