Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
25.1910, LING'S Large stocks in every variety direction at Hardware-A 1 qualities on Paints and _ t .4 v' -v A the pradQ ttings-quality not questioned one tntnsr that sentences Liner s' .VatfeM the bar gain level ____________ a' ______________________ It's simply giving the stock to the people at their own and for 45 days more the plunder will continue. Ncfw we chop, slash, and still through the skin, beyond the quick and ihto the bone ;Ji Latern' Globes 25c GogWkeels :v CoaLOil Caiis. 25 C 60c. Bread Mixers '.v. Bread Mixers PRICE lilST Enamel Pie Tiii Pie Plates 7 for 25 C 40c 2 ft h fcwlf iiQW lor Miners' (aps Miners? Cottcui, now" f Mats All -Brass 1-2 price. Bird Cages All and Parlor- Lamps 1-2 Price. Shoe PolishrStove Polish, f All Brass Goods, Bra'ss Candles and Cuspidorsy' 1-2 price. Stuart's Furnitnre Polish; 2ior 25C Liqtiid Teneer ___35 C Large size. 25c Dippers __... 1 2 "Kiimers 3 burners pc 50c f or a 5 "35 Trteiadders _ 10-ft. ladders 52" v Mi A SHELF LOCK STEP 0 Every man jmulftVpay for His .mistakes; A ,'t A' t t smooth, iBgcgtieH traveller merchant spmefiiiies it to meilahsr ..r i.- sold FAVORITE ,._ icj- pnces 1 Sales Gompany put on TOeoiil a Kig ienfeig ;the pirderea: but ofSlie S5.5G Savory Cookers, meditiiii and cost prices. Cold Blast Lanterns all at 8heUs 10 and 12 size, box 55 C All cartridges 25 cent. off regular JVails, aU sizes Dessert Spoons S2.25 Nevada, a dozen a dozen.} J dozen Forks, a dozen r Avalon and Jl2 are 33 1-3 oli 7 Pipes A length 'Elbows 2 for. Rope all sizes, Ib. FZ- 7Sc !85e Grit, ladders ROPES EXTENSION Bead -tbe: prices. The goods Hare Heaters Miners; gal. dinner 'pairs size for 45 C size lor size Tin Dinner Pails 25e kind 2 for -lOc kind lor ?5 cop. boileis S J.75 HM Gal. Binoei Get Gtlf 1 Tea Knives and Pie Plates. S for Butch" Cleanser 4 -S5 Carviug n Small Medimn SLID Coal 35c, 40c. 50c and arc- the in" stead of 50c. OOc. 75c, and W..25. f Hay Rack Tixtums All sizes Galvanized Wash l'i ftnall Medium Dunn Pipe Enaniel Ware ait Factory Wire- now less than cost. You'll be sorry if you miss Ling's Un- J loading Prices Measure the "Unloading Sale" by the "_ A Ef C At TT1 I Y S AI r S u 1 >il A J flVfe, 4HHl flHHHHHHB Arei many lines of the Geo. H. Ung stock at 50 CEFfTS ON THE DOLLAR The tremendously low prices we are quoting are bound to close out txxese large stocks, m a snort time. Don't delay a day come In and take your choice of'these bargains while they last. .MO thrifty man can afford -to ig- nore these values ;any more tHan he could afford to scatter his hard- earned dollars .on the streets! GEO. H. LING A HEBREW DICTIONARY Hebrew.) It seems late In the day for tlic first appearance of an adequate dictionary of the Hebrew language, YeCup to now there has been no such u-crk em- bracing periods of the language. Bible, Talmud and modern. Hebrew in- to one alphabet and treat the whole Hebrew language as a living organ- ism with a recorded life of years. -This is-now being attempted by Jlr. Ben Jea'uda; who has prepar- ed and is publishing a of Hebrew "language of all times, tl V-UHur .-.---_.- Vi. Biblical Hebrew has received almost Tnich w'ni; ryn .to twelve 'extensive volumes, two have already exclusive attention from the 'lexico- The Tulmud is accessible Jn the, dictionaries of Levy, Kohut and Jastrow. J for mediaeval and modern He- "Drew nolhing exists except isolated each in English, French arid Ger- vocabularies on special lines. Above man, but naturally expounds the no attempt-Has been made (o and derivation-of appeared with commendable 'speed, so that there is every probability that the whole work will >be concluded with in a reasonable space of'time. autiiui- give's -the meaning of Hebrew .itseif: His vocabulary -seems to be as extensive as could be wished covering all the works that can be" reasonably regarded as within the living tradition of Hebrew speech, and sources and authorities are given for each word. Mr. Ben appro- priately enough, lives in Jerusalem, and if enabled to complete his great work will have done a service to all Israel. CHEAPER GAS FOR TORONTO Toronto. Nov. Consiiwers: Gas Company has deeded to issiiC- iriouiljly bills ;md to reduce the price of gas a-thousand afi.er This cent, MICHEL COMPANY IS PROGRESSING FAST the best in the country, and the shares are being freely taken up by investors. A local enterprise pure and simple, backed only' by local men. it is very Michel, Nov. first general meeting of the New Michel that the undertaking is Light and Power Co. was held success it is. The meet- ing of the shareholders more than luetdar evonmgr. There was a welded the doso dda. attendance or stockholders and much tions that have always existed among- important business was the 'business interests -of Xew 'L'hp financial statement is especially j Michel', and the people interested in worthy of mention. Although only the the ciose of the meeting Tiireo months has elapsed since instal-jthe new board of .directors was elect- Jation the company shows an increase led, in. the following being of ten per cent, on the total cost, and j chosen: A. J. McCool, G. B. Stedman. about a thousand dollrfrs worth ofjH. F. Vv'ebcr, A. Kennedy, and" at a stock, Das bceii sold already. AS a directors' 'meeting held after adjourn- and coueierv-aUve investment ment of the general meetiug A. .f. A-I.-- it is'now being looked upon as Cool vas chairman1 of the di- rectors' board, and G. B. Stedman, and treasurer. HOYT'S DEATH WILL NOT 1 CAUSE. DELAY Washington, D. C., Xov. death of Counsellor Henry MI Hoyt win not operate-to the proceed- ings of the negotiations -btcween Can- ada and the United States looking- to a reciprocity treaty., Mr. 1-Ioyt had no opportunity, owing to'his sudden illness to communicate to Secretary Knox tup detailed results ot the con- I'ereiiec at Ottawa the one hand.-and Hoii, W. S. FJelding and Hoii. William I'oicr.sou, on the other. Pftpper rn.-t.'OMiihly ititii con ditions. and will be able; to supple- ment the brief verbal reports he has made lo Secretary .Knox by. a more detailed report, as well as' to continue the negotiations when the parties meet here in Januarv next. DEAF MAN KILLED BY TRAIN Toronto, William? was killed under the wheels'of a C- P. R. train a few yards west of Kins street itns He was sixt.? years of age, and deaf. CUSTOMS COLLECTOR -'.-DEAD. Hrantforrt, Ont... Nov. Fast CM-, lor many yoars collector of customs ,il. this place, died "today at the age of 'ift years.