Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
ow in Full Swing First Residence Erected in Victoria Park. Built by George Angus. by British Colonial Photographic Co.) We-Vould rather sacrifice? our than move stock from our store to our fine new premises in the HII1L BILOCK. In a large quantity of furniture in a hurry there is bound to be more or less goods damaged, and to avoid this-we are placing our immense stock on sale at prices that are year'on the--conservative estimate of! a halft.millioh barrels consumed and- comparing prices with in July'- 1S09-.the-city of 000 -barrels of cement, .at-.4l.77" and ..in !J February 1310 the same article cost a barrel, or a...difference of '50 on the order. So great was spread that the city found it could do better by buying cement in. the States and cents -a .barrel- duty. It is that'the ce-' raent companies at :Calgary. are nor in the merger. May; made by with the organization or the Canada'1 Cement Co. are likely to be fully in- quired into by the Private Bills Com- mittee 'before the bill .providing for a.ih issue of eleven millions of deben- ture stock to be given in exchange for preference stock is allowed to pass. .As' parliamentary adjournment is close If is not likely that anything :foliowjn ietter' from can foe aone before tne house meets in''July. The committee among others have to examine Y7. 'Max Atkin, -the death of a resident of this the 'Canadian financier, now a member district. The letter says: ofcthe Imperial parliament, -who is the! There died in mv hospital last night party referred to by Sir Sanford in1 a man by the name of John Moss who his charges. Inquiries when, made' by, owned a ranch of 160 acres about 30 the one of jzailes'north of Lethbridge" He had ad- tlre most interesting ever held by par-ivanced heart disease, and was taken lament committee because it will suddenly ill here with acute inHafoma- throw much light upon the methods ition of the gall bladder, whit-h de-: -big financial operators in tbejmanded an operation. 'I explained to! formation of merger. The average j him that an operation mieht give him svan is puzzled as the company slight chance to get well and real-' holders of seven per .cent, prefer- izing that he had no chance otherwise stoqk to surrerider it for five per he was most anxious to have it done of e every Days' "Special; Sale of Bedroom Furniture like cut; has heavy con- tinuous posts; six fillers in both head and foot; brass trimmings. In both 4-6 and 4-0 sizes; good regular price, Sale price A WHITE ENAMEL 4-6 size with separate iron frame spring. Best.make. Sale price F. W. Downer today -received the A. D; Mac- i I donald of Kalis-pell, Montana, regard- cent, debentures. It is stated how- ever, that the proposed change would The letter 'goes on to say that the deceased told the doctor his'homestead improve the standing of common stock j was the south west quarter of section preference.andJEt-13-21 west of .the ..fourth-.meridian be-better off to! He "asked the doctor in' case of his exchange preferred stock for dehen-jdeath to see that his .property was tares. Sir Sanford. Fleming has not i disposed of'to pay what debts .he had added anything-' to the charges which I incurred. are- fully set-forth in papers in the! -.1. hands of-. the .-.committee, Jbut in view! PROUD OF HtS WHEAT .A HANDSOME like cut, with stand" to' match, in Ciolden Oak. BQTellecl plate mirror 13 s ,22. Top 17 x 34... A-bargain at oiir regular price of (Sale price A HEAVY CON- TINUOUS BED. in white enamel; exceptional value at our regular price of bale price in either-: stiii. j c i n sss 4 ft, 6 in. or 4 ft. you L'" regular .and-.ssue prices the lowest. 7 Days' Special Sale of-Floor Coverings We have verv complete lines Inlaid Liuoleun 2 yds. reg. tf. Sale prica' A. rx v _ _ _ JT Carpet Squares. Rugs, Matting: Squares, Stair Carpet, Linoleums, Stencilled Mats, 3x6 .while they last 35o Compare Our Prices with you will find our regular and sale prices the lowest. 'VHP U a wr Linoleum Printed, 2 yds. wide, reg. Sale price 90c liitakiBugg 2 1-2 ft x 5 ft Reg. 11.10. Sale 3 ft x 6 ft Regular price ?1.50. Sale A Feast of Bargains In Spreads, Pillow Slips. Towels, Etc. A WHITE SATIN QUILT Full bleached; beautifully woven in very fine design and rich in fin- Regular ?3.50. Sale price READY MADE SHEETS Made from a fine Quality full bleached sheeting, hemmed ready to spread; you cannot beat them for y value. Size 72 x 90. ff> Regular Sale of his-; demand-lor the will Trilling to tell the com- mittee all he when the time comes to do so. While in town today W, C. Jones of Bow Island stated that he had one of tne finest fields of wheat in Alberta. He'.also said more moisture down there than up -vWinnipeg, May Tribuns this afternoon publishes statistics _ the cement merger has John -ClarkTof the BadenoclTSettle- n Canada the. last jment, near aged Don't Forget-The Dutch Auction is Still Going On 3rd Avenue S. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Phone 625 Sp Motor Cars, in'3'now belong to satisfied owners. But we have more com- J u P have your order as 6arfy as Experts all admit that they are marvels and that'the fore dodr Touring 'Car is not surpassed by any of the highest priced cars. The Wonderful Overland Cars They are a-li the'above name im- plies. See Cut For style, silence and easy riding these cars "have no equal. See the little beauty of our prominent doer.. tors is driving.- Prices from-' to for a Fore Door Torpedo 4-Passenger 40 h. p. car. We also handle such famous cars as the KnoX; Thomas Flyer. Iiissell Xar and Matag. Call and see our samples and have a demonstration. Letbbridge's Herald Publlc- ity Number is out today. Sin- numiber 25c. Half-dozen or more at reduced rates. HON. W. S. FIELDING AND SIR WILFRID AGREE !No Truth In Opposition Canard Government Dissensions of Ottawa. May story pnb- Ilshed in some of the opposition pa- pers today to the effect that there is dissension among the members of the government on the reciprocity propos- ai, and that the Kon. W. S. Fielding, minister of finance, had threatened to resign unless parliament remained in (session despite the absence of the pre- mier and the coronation contingent next month, is on a par with muner- jous other canard's of a similar nature that have been periodically sprung on (the readers of opposition papers dur- Steam SALE Can supply in carload lots LettiiirMiE Cos! Co. Bank of Commerce Building WITH FORE DOORS Overland Model 51 Fore Door Touring Car These cars are selling fast, and if yon want to secure one of them let us have your order at once so that we qan place it quickly and oe assured of get ting it, You all know the prices of these cars: it is needless for us to quote them W c alsojiave the Zanders in any style you wish it, from a racy road ster to a Fore Door Touring Car, from to Our Repair Department is complete in every respect. A full line of accessories, also tires and hikes always on hand. All work guaranteed. Electric vulcanizing a specialty. Auto livery 311 ASHMEAD STREET FHONE 1454 the past few months. not a "frord of truth in it. There is IMPERIAL BANK BUILD AT REDCLIFFE, ALTA. Medicine Hat, May Im- perial Bank will erect a building- at Redcliff for a branch. The bank al- ready-has a branch in a rented build- ing there. Coal, Ice and DRAYING Western Transfer Company LONG BROS.. Office nexs Arcade. Pnor.t 116S. Automobile Livery Competent Cnanrmir Rates moderate H. E. Robinson PhoacII56 719 Sixth Street South fiew Barnes Coil Ine Lump, Mine Run, or Screenings, by the ton or carload lots Phone 1475 C JTC stun I .O.D.