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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta BOARD OF TRADE _. ampers-is a most sumptuous will mate a most desirable to send nonets' or for.ypur own. use at Christmas. ;tl.ie li.st.Ay.e.present this-season is'Superior >to any ever offered Each hamper is inV mged and after 'having .fared the many Itis also to any address. 1 Hudson idJbjettier seadlyo-urs ii i w... v earj.v t that thev will Atoafetinlis VYS p _, "t 3.. O r YT' r 'i -u, i "i; "t 0LJR SPECM, mOCERY Ilamper isuh 65--Priee Approximate weight 40 Ibs.) TVfn' In Sudden Emergencies Mince Meait. Bay; Standard.) Ib. Huhtley Palmer's Fancy Biscuits.' Nuts.v r Jibs...-Fancy Cranberries.' 1 Ibi, Plum, Budding-. ..1 Ib. -New .Table Figs, i 3 tins Tomatoes or. Corn. 1 Ib. Package 'Mince Meat. 1- bottle -Good'willie's Preserved Fruits. New- Mixed' Nuts. 1-lb. Table" Raisins. l-box7 Somebody's -Luggage. 1 Ib. Fancy Box Assorted Chocolates; 1 ,-lb. Palmer's. Mixed Biscuits 3 Ib Fancy Tin Tetley's Tea. (Approximate weight" 4o 1 Cranberries. "r 2 Ibs. '.Plum Pudding. 1 'package Mince Meatv 1 Ib.' NeV'Fiss. V" 3 caas-'.TomatoeB'or .f: 1 Ib. Best Cluster Table; Raisins.-' r 1 Jb. New Season's Mixed 1 Luggage: 1 QuaUty jChooolates. I Ib. Finest Mocha and Java Coffee. 1 b. 1 3-lb. can Bowlby's Peays. 1 bottle C. B. Fancy 3-lb. tin Tea. er gt.. 70. Turkey :'r Malaga Grapes. _ Jb. Jaf.'C. B. '.Strawberry Clusfpr "TaTilo -n r- -r- -Lclplc t. QJ- Tarn ,rt. ,rr.-l-.bqttle.English. Walnut Pick- .p. i'jne -JFancy. -3-Jb." tin Tetlev's Tea Nc-w-: bottle 'h'ue. Old Portr" Hv'-: t N i-bo'ttls Hamper No. Turkey..-; v, Pu.dding. Ibs- Cranberries. 'tin ''Mince Jb's. Pancy Table Raisins. Mixec1. rNa'ts. C'--Fancy. Confectionery. ,r2 cans Tomatoes, Corn 01 "bottle Fine! -1 1 Ib. cial Fancy 3-lb. 1 .bottle Old .1 bottle- Fines Co. -Sherry .Krencb. (Peas. Ib. Jluntley Palmer's Mix- i "bottle ib Grapes. tin- Bowlby's Pears. Co. 1 bottle rFi Co.. Glarex. AND SPIRITS HAMPERS N% 58. Price -Haniper .1 bottle s -Bay -jSpeeiaj- j Bay Ginger Hudson's, Bay..'ClareE-.- 6-bottles. Bay Brandy. Bay Claret 1 bottle Hudson's Bay. rI.--Dort.le Hudson's.Bay Old Eye. bottle 'l bottle Hudson's Bay Scotch. 6 bottles. o 57 -1 (-Weight "50 bottle Hudson's Bay Pale Bran "V f -Bottle Hudson's Bay Demerarr -'2. bottles -Iludson's 'Bay- J yeai-' 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Tom Gin -1 "bottle Hudson's Bay Claret. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Niasrar? 3 -bottle Hudson's Bay Malt. Whiskey. 1 .bottle Hudson's Bay 1 bottle Hudson'? Bay Old Port 1 bottle Hudson s IT-rfV OM I3igh- laiid Scotch. Sfono'f, Hriush Raisin. Cowslip, Elder of "Orange. .bottles. (Weight 50 1 bottle "Bay F. 0, B. Scotch. 2 bottles Hudson's "Bay 7 year old Rye. 1 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Special Native. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Holland Gin; 1 bottle Hudson's Bay 'Jamaica Rum. .1 bottle Hudson's Bay Ginger Wine. 1 bottle- Hudson's; Bay Old Port. Sherry. 'l Bay St. Julien Claret. _ 1 bottle Hudson-'s Bay' Pale or Dark Brandy. 1 bottle Hudso'n's Bay .Qld Irish. 12. bottles. l.bbttle "Hudson's''Bay' Finest Special Port. 1, bottle Hudson's Bay Finest Special Sherry. 1 bottle .Hudson's Bay Specia1 Scotch. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Specia" Irish. '1 bottle Hudson's -Bay Specia" i Rye. 1 boule-Hudson's'. Bay' Extra Brandy. 6 bottles. 'Hamper No, 60 Price (Weight 50 Ibs.) 1 Champagne.. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Specia' Scotch. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay, Old Pale. Brandy. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Old Irish 1 bottle Hudson's'Bay. Fines Old 1 bottle Hudson's Bay- Fines' "Old "Port. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Jamaica Rum. ,i bottle.Hudson's Bay Gingei i Wine.. i -1 bottle Hudson's Bay Clut Claret. 2 bottles Hudson's Bay 7 yeai old Rye. 1 bottle- Hudson's Bay Cberrj j Whiskey. bpttles. Discusses, Variety of Business .Matters The council bT'the Board .of. Trade at its w-eeK'ly meeting- this-afternoon decided council to tateeia-police-.census again "this year, as it was''-done the last" two "years. In bringing- tlieV matter Presi- dent; Nourse. -pointed- there would-be-a federal census tuext year, but that .'should-'not o'revent a p'olice census 'imrc-ediately. Someone -thought-it might be .as well, to year ;as the increase1 in popujation. perhaps had lio.t: been declared fear ,on, .'that j score anil a motion-asking, the council to ;take_ a passed.-- ilinest, it quickly to raise of t room. For instanctff hours between midnight when the temperature 3h if allowed .to drop, if you ire caile4 upon to get room is "chilly .It ttkes1 long-time -up i furnace or fire' and riise the tcmpcrt- ture by: ordinary mcinfc You; can-instantly any desired temperature with AkolXtfy It qutckiy giver oneVfiUing of the steadily for, nine fioiire, without smoke" or smell. Has manc-Iocltlng flame spreader which vt from being turned high enough to smoke, and is-easy to Temoye and drop back, so the wiclrcin be cleaned in anjnsfant. It.his cooj handle and a damper. top> A'irJndicitor ambunt.of oil tijcn does not need ta iinwn ;t Wx'.v The majler- ,ot 'ayreal- estate adyer- tiseaient publishesiiJljY, a local firni in. a Wihhtper ''for dis- cussion.- it had been ,of who considered: it was SQmeVhat mis-representative; 1-t fhey hTdTfKought to get- out" oT4k-by to the "the full, .board; board r -had throwa.it oppo'sed" 'the v- puttingrion. a subdivision: ;ia; ttiec.citjiiandv-Ti'Mch prcubably nev.er .would be-'-iixr the-city and. call-' 'It worse-.-than __. UIVAI well oiafe, built for yet light and ornansisnfal loan. -A Permanent flpart" -and '5noft- he advance loans on irrigated ex. cept on a basis of. the dry land .farmsi-'.TheVZiciatmT i..-. _r '__i. the value of ..irrigation- Southern not proven- ihe- information being "ccfllectsd- fyras disprove the aS'Mr-.-vStaf forcl advertise- _ :cdminittee appointed -to for the sessions -.-'the iRoyal Commission fcdu- cation and orked in conjunction, with a ,tee organized bv SupeK-visor Hamilton public .quan- I put motion., was; passea evidence the. ,tion -.'2 iOf'j R cs i d e rttTJ (Weight 50 Ibs.) 2 bottles Hudson's Bay Old Rye 2 bottles Hudson's Bay Native Port. 2 bottles Hudson's Bay Catawba 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Pale Brandy. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Tom Gin.' 1 bottle Hudson's .Bay Scotch. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Claret 1" bottle Hudson's. Bay Ginger t.-. 1 bottle California Hamper ]No. 6i Price 50 1 quart'Pommeroy-Extra Sec. 1 bottle' Hudson's .Bay Finest Old Port. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Fanes' Old Sherry. ,1 bottle .Hudson's Bay. Specia1 Rye. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Specia' Scotch. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Booth': Tom Gin. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay. Finest Pale Brandy. 1 bottle Hudson's Bay Finest 1 bor.tJe Hudson's Bay Specia Irish. bottle Hudson's Bay Jamaicr Rum. .1 bottle Hudson's Bay lladerip Wine, i bottle Gordon's Sloe Gin. 12 bottles. There- was- the tfictv: ____ .'that is .'by no itidgeffesiding in a was'orders-sest to W.'A. Bu- ;chanan, M.P.P., .asting him to take with the .government. A communication was received from the B. C. governmeat, together with copies oi the Companies Acts of that province. Some discussion took place on the question of asking the provin- cial government ot Alberta to pass a Companies Act which' would' eaable the province to retaliate against oth- er proyinces who placed licenses and taxes on Alberte. corporations on com mcrcial travellers doing business in those province's. The matter was re- ferred to the legislative committee with request that it report at the next .meetmg. Substantiate Contention A communication was received irom ask e 'As-Early As You -v. We ship to any.addressr-En-" 7 >pay if-Hamper is intended'.as' Balance of left. -T C? to you. tmperial Mixture Tobacco The most luxurious smoking tobacco on the to any. A tin of excellent brand is about as handsome a gjft as one can make to a'man who smokes Prices' of Tobacco Sample size" 1-4 ib, tins 1-2 Ib. tins ......85c -1 Ib. the Lonnqiiist-Mason Co., in answer to the reply of the A. R. 1. Co. to a .complaint of theirs regarding the roadbed and train service on the road between here and Coutts. They requested, as members of the board, f' tbat their original ccmmunicatious-bs placed befo're, the whole board, and in a spirited tone declared they woulti substantiate their .contentions and see them through to the end. The letter consequently was referred to the next monthly meeting of.tlis full board. Duncan's Compliments A letter was received from Hon. Duncan Marshall, provincial minister of agriculture, commending the circu- letter sent out by'" the "Board" of Trade to the press of the province relative to the Dry Farming Con- gress. It would have a good effect', he said, for there is too little known j about dry fa'rming. Letters were also received from the j deputy minister of agriculture and j from W, A. Buchanan. M.P.P.. saying tnat the' matter of seen grain distri- bution Was being taken up and dis- tribution to those requiring it would probably be arranged. "The JVfonetary Times wrote relative to renewal of "the advertisement in! 'that publication. It was laid on the' Jablc for the council of 1JHI to deal with. The Geographical Board at Ottawa, wrote re the changing of'the name of the Belly River to Alberta. It was still awaiting the permission of the Alberta government and enclosed cop- ies of the last letters received by it, from the Alberta and Saskatchewan governmenV relative to the matt-sr. H was decided to write A. Bu- chanan. M.P.P., aud ask him to again call the attention of the government to the matter. Expert Advice_on Farm Values The president reported. that he was securing, statements from T. M. Ev- ans, farming expert- of the A. R. I. Co.. W.-W. Pairfield, superintendent j of the Dominion Experimental Farm, 1 S. S. Dunham, of the Alberta Scctiri, ties Co.. abd Mr. Dennis, of the 0. P.R. land department relative to the values' of irrigated lands in Southern Alberta. purposed embodying thorn into a circular and send co'pies Moore .and Zayrai with "iceys by means of whicn. they escaped1, 'wa's brought up for morninjg'an'd" giv- en ..three years in the penitentiary by Judge .Bank, Tne prisoner''created scene wnen. the judge pronounced sen- j tence by shouting in anger "YOu have j sentenced an ;innocent sessions here ____ In giving his given it as--msv needed K. -chool- of minihg'''an'd' more I (agricultural 'Via T. S: Mackenzie, the _ cure 'p ended on farming, "put "ft up to' the -farming commission. "Much -good': infonria'tion of the theoretical side of farming was being disseminated, but that more should be done .the practical side. There vras. sonie" aiscussion both for and against' it- was, nnallr decided could be dou'e in ment. to look into the matter ana" a motion was passed asking the ernment to" consider --of appointing practical fajrm-..4'nstruaiiurs to ihe giving in- struction in the best farming" iri-eth-. ods. Those attending the meeting were i President Nourse, Vice-President.-. E." j U. Rylarids, T. S. 1. T> -__'' 1 .DEANERY Deanery Cnnrdd) for.-, tne "r purpo.se ,qf.- maMng ,___ slon apjportionments--JOE TJiere Hendersqn, Eanier.- and Tell: 'the-, aii'd'a'delivered a" short but dress' on'' ress' on'' members of theVDeahery. breakfast and tin's- rectory. the mysteflbus th'e.. of While wjuiie out Swintpn" got ;ii, Allots lights ess shooting 'b beth, A.-'B. Sick, C. F. P. acting secretary E. M.-Thomasson. iind- THREE Hamilton, ..Nov. .-24. tne asylum attendant who Trapneli. proviiied Madt m M diffanit Better be definite in ybiir en- quiry .for mcial .beets.-.'; Rather. sthsn say metal beds'.'- -say "sbow 'Ideal'.1 Metal. .Beds." Them you cab choose the style" best-. at whatever price you want to knowing the quality Isright- 'Ideal' Metal Beds can for. SS.OO or much inorc; according to: 'the style "Ideal" Guarantee on the footnit. Scud aow' for of Sleep." attractive we1 like to send you. free, toeetber._ ivith the name of the local ddkkr trha J sells Beds, -Asfc for Booklet No. 140 THESE you'TOLERATE1" tbas' 'FILTHY and practice-in an "all -laundry. -Tbink of a chance. LetKMidge Company Phone 451 p. Q. Box 477, TRIM CAREFULLY AROUND BORDER Cure ovlckly stops cores colds, the throat 25 ceotv. VOTING DAILY- HERALD Por anv-'regnlariACkoniinatecI candidate in tli-e -Daily Herald's eat Prize, Gontet, District-No. (Name of This packap contains Void After December 4. 11'counf for votes Avhen-properlytilled out antl sent to the Contest Department of The Herald before the expiration date shown ;