Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 10 Jj'iur-1- -IT.TI THE LETHBRIIJGE DAILY HEKALD rhumlay, October 20, rresisti Pri ces The Sale is on the beginning of the last lap-November 1st we enter into the new Sinnott Block corner Crabb St. We don't want to move more than of the stock al -S" V -a 200 Floor Sized Bugs at FACTORY PRICES 200 Hearth Rugs at 20 Per Ceiit, Less Than the COST PRICE 250 White Enamel Beds lit 331-3 Per Cent, Less than Reg. Prices Big Sayings In Room Furniture. Tables and Chairs 10 Only Brdss Satin and Bright-Finish. These will Clear at ithe FLAT COST 500 Window Shades, whites and greens- All Never so Low as Now Cheap Dresser and Stand in Fumed Oak, Early English, Golden Oak, Quarter- Cut Oak and Surface Oaks. White Marseilles Linens and Napkins; Towels and Toweling at IMPORT PRICES THE RACE IS TO THE SWIFT, THE BATTLE TO THE STRONG Our stock and our prices are switching the people from their regular stores to THE LETHBRIDGE FURNITURE STORF day and and sales go through cur bocks. NO OTHER STORE'S PRICES M OURS-We have them faded a bit. Just 20 p.c., 25 p.c. and 33 1-3 p.c. in our favor. 10 day? more and these pries Get while the GETTING IS GOOD-Don't wait. Ford Street, past the Post Office. Look for the Signs. 'for BuffetS) TyPewriter Desks and Chairs' Blankets, Bedding, Sheets, Comforters and Quilts, all 10 DAYS MORE Great Linoleum Values Here THE EVELY SALES MAKING A SELLING REdORD AT 10 DAYS MORE v Lace Curtains are Hoodooed. Look at the prices on them. FOR TEN DAYS ONLY BEGINNING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21st THE SIMPSON Co. Ltd, will allow a discount of 10 per cent, off every dollar's worth of goods purchased from their New Select Stock of Dry Goods, Boys' Clothing, household linens and bedding. 10 per cent off our every-day low prices means considerable to the purchaser. A dollar saved is a dollar made. Come here if you wish to save dollars. Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct... opened 95 JNOV. opened 95 5-8, closed 95 il-i'; Dec. opened 1-S, closed .94: I .May opened 98 1-4, closed 98 7-S; cash I close, 1 Kor. :J5 2 Nor. 3-4; jv sy 3-4, 2 white oats 32; flax The stock throughout the store is'at its best and a better bought, more attractive or superior selection of the season's dependable wearables cannot be 1 ourid in this city. THIS MONTH-END SALE IS GENUINE WE GTJAKANTEE OUR PRICES LOWEST. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 pic. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 p.c. Save 10 and Coats and Skirts on-------... Underwear and Corsets and Hosiery on......Dress Goods Trimmings on...........Linens and Bedding on......Kid Gloves and Neckwear oft............Quilts and Blankets on Window Drapery Curtains oa.....Boys' Sweaters Knickers 011..........Boys' Caps and Gloves on.........Boys' Shirts and Collars FURS AT A DISCOUNT Ladies' and MufJs and Collars. Scarfs and all at a discount of......10 p.c. Winnipeg Live Stock Oct. large amouni of local stuff had arrived on Tuesday! jarternoon and .early .this morning.) j There were practically no other cat- i tie. The offerings very mixed m the demand was noti i quite as good as it was Monday and i i ruesday. j gioice "short keeps" weighing 1100.' pounds and upwards sold quite readily j at but the number of these of wrings was extremely limited. i .Butchers cartie sold all the way j i to a number of fairly; sarsc lots selling at ?3.15 to ?3.25. The, (run of hogs was light and there were, i a number of poor quality. Tops sold; off-weiglns, overs .and .un-i i ders sold from to There was a nice bunch of sheep and lambs. in and they went at S5 for sheep ar.ri I for larnhs, weighed off car Winui-j jpeg. TIMER DIES NEAR GRANUM EVERYTHING ON SALE 'SILKWAISTS The we've the greatest va- riety and biggest value all in this discount sale EVERYTHING ON SALE The whole New Stock of Boys' Suits and Overcoats on sale at prices heretofore un- heard of in.this city. Bring the boys with you. ALE OPENS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21st and holds good until November 1st. Rememb er bimpsbn's store on Crabb St. for best values and courteous treatment ST COAL MEN HAVE SUIT Victoria, Oct. 20. Charges of j fraud, conspiracy to defraud and ma.nl pujation. of company funds arc marie, i in an action K'gun licrc by David Spencer, jr., and Ephraim Hodgson, 1 against the _Yancouvcr .d Timber Co- John A'rthuthnot, oi Victoria, E. Of Victoria, form- erly ot Winnipeg, .John C. McGavin of Winnipr-s, J. Mo ran of Winni- peg, and other defendants. F'odgtson claims he was to get. shares in the Pacific Coast Coal Jlines Co. in return for certain properties trans- ferred to them, but that of lhe.sc- shares have been withheld. It is contended that the accounts of the South Wellington Coal Mines Co. have been falsified so as to make it appear that John Artinithnot was entitled to from the Pacific Coal Mines Co., ami thai assets were turned over to him to satisfy this claim, whore he was rcaliv not en-, titled to anything. It is charged that i moneys of the Pacific Coast Coal' Mines Co. have been expended on pro-" parties covered by. the claim of John Arbiithnot with intent that upon insolvency of the Pacific Coast Coal t Mines Co., Arbutiinot could set for himself and the other defendants all (he assets transferred back to the Squth Wellington Coal Company, thus defrauding Hodgcson out of his shares. Macleod, Oct. 19. Mrs.' A. F. Grafy- and her son Ralph, who have spending three months at her old home-in Halifax, Nova have returned home to Macleod. Mr. Miles Boyce, of Pincher Creek, is in town for a few days and is staying at the Empire Hotel. Messrs. and Norman G-rier and Berfa Barker, oi' rGranum, were in Macleod today after having attended the funeral. The funeral took- place today- of Mr. I-I. S. Lindsay, a prominent far- mer and old timer of this district, who passed away yesterday at ths age of 69. The funeral was from his farm near Granum and 'the remains were interred in the Macleod ceme- tery. The ceremony was well attend- ed by friends from" Macleod and dis- trict and the Oddfellows of which lodge he was a member, had charge of the funeral, The third annual fancy dress ball to given by the Ma'cleod Cricket Club will be held in the town hall hero on November 18th, and promises to foe one of the best-events of the season. H. Birkenbeck has rented the build- ing recently occupied as a bake-shop and has opened up a Clothes Cleaning; and Repair Shop, and will also run. a Dyeing Works in connection. C. H. Bakpr, late manager and pro- prietor of The Macleod Supply Co. has accepted a position as travelling salesman for the Moline Plow Co. and will work out of Macleod. The Harol-d Nelson Company are playing Pierre of the Plains in a re- turn engagement here in the town on Friday night next. The Depot' Restaurant, which was totally destroyed by lire last July, is now being rebuilt and already the frame work is completed. It is ex- pected that the building will be readv by Nov. 15th, and Mr. Tall Rhodes will again conduct the business. THE TAKIFF IS THE Democratic Candidate Foss1 Announces His Platform Boston, Oct. The tariff in it's relation to the high cost oi living and its bearing on the necessities of life was declared to. be the one vital is- sue of the state in a let- ter of acceptance issued tonight by Eugene N. Poss, who today was for- mally notified of his selection to be the Democratic nominee for governor.