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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Mday, May ON THE TRACK That Leads To KERR'S PROVISION AND GROCERY STORE And You Cant Go Wrong We have the highest class slock oiGroceries " is possible to have. We arc doing good business. We are going to do better PKOVSIONS Gordon Ironsides Canadian Hams and Hams, per Ib. 24c Boned and sliced Bacon, per Ib............. .2Sc Sliced, per Ib. kinds in stock. GROCERIES Canned Goods in all varieties at our usual prices. Finest Japan Rice, 4 Ibs. for .25c 40c and 50c 40c TEAS iiiclgway's, per Ib. Tetley's, per Ib. Blue llibbon, per Ib. Gold Standard, per Ib Single Tax, per Ib. 25c Green Tea, per Ib. .40c and 50c If you want a really fine, fragrant and refreshing tea, try ours at, per Ib., in bulk .___..... COFFEE Chase Sanborn's .25c NON-PARTIZANSHIP AND THE B( OF TRADE Exhibited in Welcome to C. A. Magrath M. P., and Discussion 01 Visit of Sir Wilfrid Bank Clearing Business ........50c Extra choice........... 60e in Bulk- Chase Sanborn in Per tin 40c Gold Seal, 1 Ib. tin_______ 40c Per 1001 bs....... FRUITS Choice Strawberries arriving every Look at our prices. They are the lowest, Give us your Early Orders. We will give you Quick Delivery. Phone orders our strictest attention. PHONE 1453 There was a large attendance of members at the monthly luncheon of the Board ol Trade yesterday after- noon, those present being, President C. G. K. Nourse, Vice P res dent E. U. Rylands, Secretary J. W. McNic- ol, C. Al' Magrath, M.P., H. Macbeth, K. D. J. Johnson, A. B. Stafford, K. R. Agnew, H. Donnan, R. Sly, R. A. Smith, H. M. Cornell, Dr. J. S. Levering, C. S. Farrow, F. A. Max- well, E. Hagell, J. Edy, A. B. Rip- ley, N. H. Murray, A. M. Bunt, T. S. Fetterly, L. A. Felger, E. N. Higinbotham, W. H. Fairfield, W. H. Whiddington, C. F: P. Conybeare, K. C., J. D. Higinbotham, C. R. Dan- iel, A. Rafton-Canning, Benton.Hatch A. Tiiley, J. B. Robinson, A. H. McKeown, H. J. Goode and C. R. Carlson. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed, and the council's report of work carried out since the last meeting received and adopted. Laurier's Visit A .letter was received from Arthur L. de Martigny, assistant secretary to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, stating that Sir Wilfrid thanked the Board of Trade for its invitation to him to be its guest when bt is in Lethbridge, and that he had .great pleasure in handing the letter on to worked for Lethbridge's interests, in the House of Commons, particularly in regard to the post office and mail question. Mr. Magrath in reply stated that one objection he had to political life was that wherever one poked in one's nose, one was always called on to make a speech. He said that so rap- id was the growth of Lethbridgc that he noticed that on returning here af- ter being away for some months he found himself almost a stranger in a strange land. He referred to work being done by the Board1 Trade as being -'magnificent and board as. being worthy of a city of a hundred thousand population. He had asked, when he was told that he would have to make a few remarks if he might be excused from talking Post office, for he had talked little else but post office for some month, past. He was glad that the matter was being treated in a non-partizan manner, and the less politics ther was dragged into the matter of work- ing for Lethbridge's good the better he, for one, would like it. He said there was one thing in which they were' all of one political mind, and that was their belief, and he urged that each and every one of them, hand in hand and irrespective of 16 ounces to the pound and best quality in every ounce That's what you get when you buy If you don't find it superior to the tea you have been using your money will be refunded by your f .Wilfrid Laurier, he said, is the first gentleman in Canada, and a gentle- man who treated every one else as a gentleman he hoped and urged that they make a big effort to give him the greatest reception possible when he comes here. Six-Mile Coulee Bridge A. Tiiley brought up the matter of the old railway bridge across Six- Mile coulee, which he understood was to be taken over by the government for use as a traffic bridge, but which he had recently heard was to be torn down by the parties who had purchased the old St. Marys bridges. Secretary McNicol stated that the government had agreed to take over the bridge and he understood instruc- the committee which has the arrange- j party politics, work hard for Leth- had been issued in the depart bridge, mentoi public works for the surveys President Nourse said that the new approaches to be made, wished to take the present opportun-! he would take the matte: 1 T.V ITT1 _ _ _i ments for his western tour in hand. Extend Express Delivery The general superintendent of the Dominion Express Co. wrote stating that it had been decided to extend the area covered by their delivery wagons to include Brunton street. Bank Clearing House The president stated 'midst ap- plause that at its next meeting the council would take steps to have a brick os stone. The secretary was instructed to write the A. R. I. Co. concerning the matter. Carnegie Library A. H. McKeown asked the president if anything further had been done in the Carnegie Library matter. The president replied that. several- letters had been written to the secre- tary of the Carnegie Library Board, but' DO intelligible answer had been although the answers were" spelled in a truly wonderful manner which he presumed was the new spell- ing talked about a year or two ago. He had asked a friend of his in New jYork to make enquiries for him, but that gentleman had been unable to do anything. Another letter had been written Carnegie's secretary, no re-: ply to ifc, however, had yet been re- ceived and there the matter at pres- ent rested. ity to express their tiianks to Mr. UP aSain the government to At W fe S1 Wetaskiwin, May Gold- man, formerly a butcher here, was yesterday shot by Serene Armand, dying shortly after. Goldman married Armand's daugh- and some jThc two quarrelled and Goldman un- dipped accounts of the wedding from (dertook to give the old man a horse- the newspapers were sent to but was dragged away by banking clearing: them and the work he had done. He! Care oi Explosives also thanked htm for his kind cxpres- I J. D. Higinbotham remarked that sion in regard to the work of the in view of the recent dynamite ex- board. As Mr. Magrath had at Hull, he thought the board was not in politics, and he that the board might take up 'the only hoped that the members, irre- -matter of the powder storage houses man's wife in the old country. Mr. Armand heard of the existence of the first wife, and he and Goldman hid a man named Chris. Goldman. He went back at Armand again and was shot twice in the head with fatal re- some difficulty also in a cattle deal. suits. Armand is under arrest. Federal Member Speaks The president'then introduced C. A. Magrath, M.P., to those present, who were not acquainted, with him, and referred to the nd haH hearted which he had house established spective of their political leanings -north of the track. In a brick estermirig a warm agu house belonging to PL welcome .to Sir Wilfrid Laurier should! Co. he understood enough dyn.imitc i was stored to destroy or severely jar of the city. He understood also he visit here. Magrath stated that he be- lieved Sir Wilfrid certainly was com- [that the Dominion, government had ing here; and he hoped everyone would ordered that all powder storage hous- take a hand in welcoming him. Sir j es be constructed of wood and not oi ORANGEMEN WANT THE PRESENT OATH RETAINED. Brantfortl. Ont., the Or- ange Grand Lodge this morning it decided to circulate petitions pniying King George to retain the ac- cession oath in its present form. Tnis is the result Grand Sover nan Sjiruuie's ueninfciiiiioii of ed changes. The members the lodge protested rail-viys not granting special rates for' .112. Representatives were present from Newfoundland to British Colum- LADIES' HAT CARNIVAL Veilings Oh! What a Chance for the Ladies of Lethbridge See our Bargain Table of ChUd- ren's Washable Tarns Miss Cooksley has placed her entire stock of Dainty, Fashionable, Up-to-date MILLINERY in the hands of The Evelv Sales Company of Calgary, who have contracted to reduce this stock one half during the next seven days TS SHARP ON THE STROKE OF 1 SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 28th Now Ladies, drop everything but your breakfast dishes arid be on hand when the doors open on Saturday morning First choice means everything to a lady when she is buying a hat I i K I Dainty Laces For Dainty Ladies Trimmings at Trimmed Prices Children's Coats Miss Cooksley must have at once, hence this shower of bewitching values. Ribbons, Laces, Feathers, Collars, Mecklin Nets, Belts, Combs, Bandoes, Hand Mirrors, Ruchings, Flowers, Hair Pins, Pads, Turbans, etc. No trickling stream of bargains here, but a mighty torrent. MISS COOKSLEY Hill Block Corner Dufferin and Crabb Streets The Evely Co. never does anything by halves 50 Ladies' Elegant Hats Half Price THEEVELY ;