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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 What the John Coffin Men' at 57c on the Means to You .1 Children's Shoes worth up to a pair, all at, a pair worth up to Are you aware that the Waddington-Stuckey Company bought this stock at about one half the Regular Wholesale Price. No goods bought at Regular Prices enter the Waddington-Stuckey retail store. for 57c is the Waddington-Stuckey System. Thats the secret of Suits for Suits for Men's Suits for Extraordinary Values for the Week-End. 57c on the Dollar at W r 'J SHOES! SHOES! Leather Lined Boots lor Men. Box calf, lace boots, with heavy calf iining. Goodyear welted soles; regular .-.56.00. Tomorrow Waterproof Boots Hand made boots that stand the water; black- and heavy sol-' es; arid value for Keep Your Feet Dry Tomorrow we sell men's waterproof boots for Special Saturday gains in Tan Water- proof Boots i Men's oil tan lace boots, viscolized soles, waterproof, good shape. Regular Tomorrow Boys? Boots Calf school boots for" boys; made with heavy-soles, good wearers; regular 4 QjP Tomorrow I Men's Patents Men's patent colt boots, welted soles, new shapes; -dull kid ,top; a neat dressy boot Tomorrow Sterling' Values, Men's Calf Boots Men's 55.50 calf lace boots; nar- row, or round toes, weited soles; a good winter fa'oct. 6JO A Tomorrow Black and Tail Chrome Waterproof Boots grade, made with heavy dou- ble soles, Blucher cut. Q 4 Tomorrow UNDERWEAR and SHIRTS All S1.00 SHIRTS, All SHIRTS All SHIRTS All UNDERWEAR All UNDERWEAR For ..............For For .65c .___...................95c ........................65c Ladies' Waterproof Boats ;Dor.'t like to wear rubbers? Well, here's a snap in a water-proof boot, made with heavy soles, calf uppers, in new sell regularly at Tomorrow Vici Kid Boots for'ladies; extension .sewn sol- es; patent toe caps; Blucher cut. On sale tomorrow Misses' Good strong school sizes 11 to 2. '.Cut to _______ boots, in Ladies' Cushion Sole Lace Boots A great shoe for tender feet, flexible cushion soles, soft kid .uppers; regular Tomorrow Quality Patents for Ladies American for la- dies; stylish lasts, medium and heavy soles, dull tops. On sale Tomorrow. best box calf lace boots, cut to Important Sale of...'. Calf Lace Boots 100 pairs of the grade of calf lace boots. CO CO Tomorrow Tan Calf Lace Boots New American tans, short vamp lasts, Cuban heel, welted sole; neat and stylish. Tomorrow Ladies' Vici Kid Lace Boots Made of good stout stock; sewn extension-soles, military heels; sells regularly at QC Saturday: I -OQ HATS! HATS! and Stetson Dakotas, large brim hats Christy's hats 'for. AH Hatt -for All for Collars. a dozen 4-Ply Collar CHW A dozen 25c Sox FIVE PAIR FOR m Styles; ar 50c Cashmere Sox THREE PAIR FOR; Heavy .Sox, 35c value- For- You Are Buying LeSS. lesale Prices All Wool Coat Sweaters 'Good Colors, well. made, not to be for less than anywhere in this city. For quick ridjance. Act quickly Wen's'.Heavy Wool Sox, 13c .for Mitts and Gloves Don't miss it. All kinds and sizes. cent mitts had 1 35c Waddington-Stuckey Co w--: Next Gray's Hardware Store Friday and'Saturday Special Shirts, Braces, Slippers, Hatt, Coats, Vests; all worth up to DID YOU KNOW That our Repair Dept. lias a well deserved reputation for executing the most reliable repairs. Clocks are very un- certain -in their action this weather and guess at the time quite a bit: If you nave a clock in your 'house suffering in that manner, let our Repair Department take it in hand and you may be sure of ob- taining satisfaction. Then again, if you have any article of jewelry that" wants repairing, bring it along and will be plea.sed to fix it for you. Charges moderate. E. A.EWEKT Round St. Oliver Block CONCERNING RAIL- ROAD MATTERS (Continued from front jpot for hours when they might be sleeping. Travellers are always kick- j ing about it and blame it all on toj The hotels. Now that winter is com- ing on it is a serious matter. This also was referred to the council with the suggestion that it take the matter up with the railroad company. Want Nominating Committee ..J. Yv. Bawden gave notice that at the next 'meeting he would move that tne board's bylaws be amended to pro- vide for a nominating committee to be appointed at the last meeting of berta. He wondered what Lethbridge had been spending several thousand dollars yearly .on publicity work for. These pamphlets were circulated by tti e department of immigration, the C. P. R.. the Allan line, the Donald- son line, and other trans-Atlantic transportation companies. He sug- gested that write-ups and local photos be supplied the transportation com- panies for use in their phlets. Considerable discussion took place upon the matter. Some of the tion to secure a mail sen-ice, on the members thought that the time had come when a more prcgressive cam- paign for advertising Leth'bridge and district in the east and in Gre'at Bri- tain should be inaugurated. K. D. J. Johnston said that it looked, as though the boards of trade of oth- er cities had got ahead of Lethbridge.. that the board, of course, was already, said that he looked for "more develop- on record in regard to its imperative; men I in this line during the coming need.-but something' should be donejyear than ever before. The C.N.R. Maryfield to Lethbridge branch, run- ning about twenty-five miles south of the Lethbridge-Weyburn- C.P.R. branch is now graded as far west as the lat- ter and "has steel laid for forty or more miles of the distance. He would not be a hit surprised if it reaches Lethbridge before .Calgary is entered from the cast. It will certainly be in Lethbridge before two years are elapsed and -probably in eighteen months' time. Many New Branches Speaking of bank expansion in the to hurry the authorities up. He moved and his motion carried, that the ex- ecutive council be urged to renew its agitation and try and get the govern- ment to take immediate action. It was also decided to ask the coun- cil to take up with the other boards ct' trade along the Crows .Nest Pass line, the matter of taking united ac- day as well as the night trains. Those Present west Mr. Aird said the Bank of Com- Those -present at the meeting were: merce like all other banks, is coutin- Vice-President E. C. ylands, H. J. Uoode. D. Smith. MacArthur. A. Tilley. A: Rafton-Canning, L. Keel, L. Jfabst, C. C. Pagnuello, C. R. Carlson. uallv opening new branches. During the "last t-wo" weeks, no less-than six new branches of the Commerce bank have been opened, in Alberta, three in Saskatchewan and one in each year to nominate officers for the j (ensuing-terms. R. E. MacArthur asked if in taking up the matter of a traffic bridge ov- lijer the .Belly River north of the city with the provincial government, the A. C. Price, K. D. J. Johnston, P. J. Manitoba. Ten years ago the Bank and had already been supplying the McMurphy. David King, J. Edey E.j Of Commerce built a bank building in Winnipeg. They are now tearing it down and in its place erect-, ing .one several times larger. Eleven various transportation companies j Hagel, Vvm. Hysiop, E. J. A. Allport. factg a.bout tll8m. selves. He thought that Lethbridge should start doing the same thing. L. Keel suggested taking the matter up, as concerned the Dominion immigra- tion department with the member for LSU- matter of having it built to eventually mis ridingt c. A. Magrath. JI.P. on-suddenly and is (carry electric railway tracks had been j u wag dccjded to wrire well that. and tjie various transpor- F. Sick, J. L. Manu-aring. J. W. Baw- den, J. Jackson, and E. N. Higinboth- am. COUNCILLORS FOR CARDSTON Municipal Pot is Beginning to Boil Lively Cardston, Nov. of the" local variety is engaging the over- worked real estate men nowadays. Go into office and you will hear enough dissertations on "how it ought to be to provide several towns of this size with all the ability neces- sary to run .a municipality.. Several parties are making "slates." For mayor the names mentioned are J. A. Hammer, Mark Spencer and the present incumbent, J. T. Brown. AJ1 have had long experience in Card- years-ago the Canadian Bank of Com-jston-s aft-airs and tjie seat. W01lld be mcrcc only had one branch that at Winnipeg, west of Foifc William. ISC MANY THINGS it has one hundred and thirty-eight. He mentioned these facts as. showing relief is alToraeu by applying Cham- berlain's Liniment. Sold by all drug- AUSTRALIA STANDS PAT .Melbourne. Nov. ney-General Hughes, .referring r.o the naval defence bill, stat- ed that the Common wealth government does not intend to. rake away the cash contribu- tion of Australia from the imperial government- borne in mind. it be taken up. j nation companies, calling attention to A. Tilley moved that the secretary the omissions ot- rhe past, and asking be instructed to write to W. A. Buch- anan, M. P. P., emphasizing this point. The way things are going, he said, it will only be- a short time when a rad- ial electric line to all the new mining to use information and photos of Lethbridge and district. what confidenro tin: Western Canada for banks have in Coombs and Win. Duce, and there may all the others OUR WAY were doing similar development. (Continued from front Questions concerning the proposed j This, no doubt, was brought about armorv the Innds titles office matter' by the vast number of other indus- j towns springing up around the city, will be an absolute necessity. They were i would have to provide electric rail- _ j roads as feeders to the city. The mo- j tion earned. Publicity Across Herring Pond and Otller thiaSS inn and Aid. King brought up the matter of j publicity in England. Pie had seen parnpmets circulated over there which absolutely ignored the existence of Lethbridge when speaking about Al- Slop starving suffering the pangs of worrying about what you dare snd dare not eat. Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, tsJce and you'll feel- like a new person. Sour occasional indigestion chronic dyspepsia all yield quickly to NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food restores your strength, your stomach regains Its tone, and scon requires no further aid. 50c. a box. If your druggist hss not stocked them yet send 50c. and we will mail them. 37 NATIONAL Dnuc AND CHEMICAL Co. OF CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. Matters Postmaster Higiubolhani was Pre- sent, and was asked some questions j about the street mail delivery anci from trial interests besides farming, such! j as -coal mining, construction work of all kinds, lumbering in the moun- tains and so forth. Everywhere in DEVELOPING THE GOAL AREAS .Magrath. Nov. great coal well filled by any one of them. For councillors one hears the names of E. N. Barker, S. If. Woolf, M. A. be others. CURFEW BELL FOR MAGRATH MAJESTIC THEATRE COMPOSURE! COMING SOON! FERGUSON'S Dixie Jubilee Con-< cert Singers The best "blend of voices to visit Canada this season. In old time plantation, dances and melodies. Mon., Nov. 21 One Night Only Cure stops coughs, colds, the throat 23 Southern Alberta he noticed the in this district are at last to be developed. The owners cussing civic matters. The proposed curfew bylaw was given a boost at the town council meet ing held last night. The petition, sign- ed foy 103 ratepayers, was read by Councillor Woolley, and accepted by Magrath, Nov. town council tfle council and was referred to the mine now in operation on a other post office matters. He said by that there was nothing definite doing Speaking of railroad k'of tho ensuing year, jof tll, u-, t htd "avpllin5 in progress a' scheme mobile, they had reasons.' yet in regard to street usnvery, al- though lie expected something would be heard from the department in a week or two. Personally, he wished they would rr.auguraie it either right j away or postpone it until after the' Christmas rush. The chairman said they could ap- preciate the postmaster's difficulty. Tney had done without street delivery so long already that perhaps a few more weeks might not make a great deal of difference. Mr. Higmbotham said that four ad- ditions had been made to the post of- fice staff in the last few days to cope with the ever-increasing business, but the great difficulty was getting experi- enced help. It is practically impossi- ble to get it. In answer to a question ho said that business had increased J5 to SOi-per cent, in the last year, and '.lie sales alone every, day of the week now run from. to a clay. J. Bawden. bringing up Ihe mat- ter of a new post office building, said! the industry on jprotitable footing. To do this they i must have more financial backing. Tjf yTp 2. better jwllich they have now been assured of remedy than "Lack of money has been the only rea- ison why the property lias not been 'developed before but now that obstacle i has been overcome, work win be push- led on a large scale. "We understand Itnat foreign capital will also be used ;in connection with the scheme. met last night and held a very lengthy The mayor and all the coun- cillors with the exception of Dr. Sand- ers were present. Besides the regular routine business the returning officer lor the coming council elections was appointed. H. Hindley, who has acted in that capacity very satisfac- torily for several elections, was the man chosen. The mayor also an- nounced that he would call a meeting bf the ratepayers for Saturday even- ing, Nov. tor the purpose ot' dis- STONE ROOT COMPOUND we would promptly recom- mend it, hut we believe Nyai's is tlic best Kidney remedy money can buy. Price 50c. and a dollar. Anything yea buy the Sold by ALL LETHBRIDGE DRUGGISTS -r WANT REPRIEVE OF CRIPPEN'S SENTENCE London, Nov. Xewton has secured several thousand signatures for the reprieve of his client. Dr. H. II. Crippen, sentenced to hang next Wednesday for the mur- der of Belle Elmorc. Tt is probable thru, the petition will be presented to Winston Churchill, home secretary, to- day. solicitor for the purpose of 'being- pro- perly drawn up. The -betiuoa asks that all or the years of eighteen slall be off the streets and in their homes -before ten o'clock during the summer months, and nine o'clock during- the winter! _Thc strike of taxicab drivers in New York City is becoming serious. The rumor thai Whyte is re- tiring from the vice-presidency of the is denied at Montreal head- quarters. T V ARE THESE YOUR CLOTHES? Would you TOLERATE this FILTHY and UNSAXiTARY practice in an "all white" steam, laundry. Think of it. Give us a chance. Lethbridge Laundry Company Phone 451 P. O. Box 477 ;