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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBIBGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, October We Sell For Cash Only ocery Quality And Low Cash Prices We CUE rantee Our Grocery Quality A TIN A 20c 18c 23c 20c 20c 20c 25c 25c 15c 20c CASE 4.10 .4.95 4.70 4.70 4.70 5.3C 5.05 Canned Fruits Raspberries r-. Strawberries Peaches Pears Gooseberries Sa ntonberries White Cherries Red Cherries..... Lombard ;PLums Greer. Gage Plums Cheese Finest Canadian Cheese, a Ib. .180 Evaporated Cream St. Charles, a tin.10c, a White Star, a case 4.50 Peerless, a tin 12 ,1-2c. a case----.5.75 Condensed .Milk -Reindeer, a.-tin IJSc, a case Eagle, a'tin t8c, a case Gold Seal, a tin V2c, a case 5.35 -Cereals-and Flour Grape- Nuts, eac'n Corn Flakes, Puffed Rice----------.'...... Puffed. Wheat, e-'ach Shredded Wheat, each Cream of Wheat Germade, a sack........... Rolled Oats, 8 sack Cornmeai, 10 Ib. sack 'Pride of.Alberta. Flour Mothers' Favor iiie Ham and Bacon THIS LARGE A. MACDONALD CO. GROCERY STORE holds a premier place in the grocery business of this'great'south- western country. Forming1 a part of the greatest wholesale grocery hoiise in Can- ada, that does a business almost double the ordinary houses, it places ithis store in the superb buying position that makes it impos- sible for any other store in the city or in Southern Alberta to match our prices on the finest grade of groceries without losing Carloads are bought at a time at the very lowest makers' pric- es, the greatest discounts are obtained, the lowest freight rates are secured, and then we sell for CASH: .Nc> bad debters losses for you to pay for. No compelling you to pay the high credit prices simply because you may be used to the old fashioned "monthly account" sys- tem. No worry about a large account being sent in at the end of each month, used to worry over meeting those large monthly grocery said one lady to us recently, "but now I buy at your low cash prices and I save dollars every month." .It will pay you to pay cash and if you are paying more than our low pricftst ycu are losing all. Leave your trial order tomorrow. If you have a phone'tfy our efficient C. O. D. system. It's Very convenient.' 15c 10c ...12 1-2c 15c 20c 45c 35c 35c. ____ Choice Ham. a lib. Choice Bacon, a Ib. .........-...26c Sugar Best Cant 20 Ib. Sack Cane Sugar Kice Finest Japan a Ib. ..-.-----5 1-2c Syrups Best Bee Hive Corn Syrup 2 Ib. tin .....-....................15c 5 Ib. tin.........................35c 10 Ib. tin 20 Ib. .1x15; Teas and Coffee We can save you money, on most teas1 sncl coffsss, but makes of some brands will not allow us to exit' the price. Bee Brand Tea--------35c. 40c and 45c Thistle Brand Ib. tin Salada Tea ..............-.......50r Biuc Ribb'oYi Tea .................40c Chase Sanborn Coffee, a tin----40c Chase Sanborn Coffee. 2 Ib. tin 75r Special fresh ground coffee, 25c, 35. and 40c. Choice Apple One of-the finest lots of choice esting apples we have had this season. Large red, sound fruit in every box. Special for Friday and Saturday 5ox Prompt DeKvery all Over The City Meats in Glass and Tins Corn Beef, choice...........___25c Roast Beef, choice Lunch Tongue, choice Veal Loaf........... Beef Loaf ___....... Vsal Sausage, choice Dried Beef Devilled Ham ............25c .............25c ............20c .............15c ............20c .............8c Pork and Beans 12 1-2c to 35c< Beans Choice White, alb. ..5 1-2c Lima Beans, a Ib lOo Best Ontario Grapes Finest Concord, Niagara and- Green Grapes. Every basket guaranteed to be fresh and sound. Special Pries 3 Baskets Finest Cranberries A large shipment 'of finest Cape Cod Cranber- ries. Finest stock.to be had. Buy them in any quantity at -_ We expect potatoes by the carload in a few days. Choicest large stock.and guaranteed to be of extra quality. Orders taken to be delivered off the cars at only A TON. 6 J TWO GOOD VALUES SEIDLITZ POWDERS' V V ThV largest125c package :'of these Seidlitz Povv-' ders in finest Our .price only___15c CITRATE OF MAGNESIA A large 25c bottle of extra quality citrate of magnesia. Our price only...............15c Green Stuff for Sweeping -The best sweeping .compound or? the. for floors and carpets. Will keep down the dus-f thoroughly. Put up in large 50c tins. A special sale for Friday and Saturday for only, a tin 35c The High Quality Cash Grocery Store Sago Sago, a Ib; Tapioca Tapioca Baking Powder White Star, 1 Ib. White Star, 3 Ib........ White Star, 5 Ib. Dr. Price's, a tin .___ Sodas Washing Soda, a iti. Baking Soda, a Ib. Starch .8c 15c 45c .65c 40c ..4o .10c Finest Corn Starch White Laundry Starch Sifver Celluloid Starch -----.10o -----10c .12 1-2c .12 1-2o Soaps Royal Crown, a cake..........3 1-2c Golden West, a cake__.........3 1-2c Fils Naptha, a cake ..............8c Sunlight, a cake ..............___5c Store Polishes Rising Sun ..................5c cake MatcbX'-s................5.c and 10c Royal "..................20c dz .8c Black ..9c Washing Powders Royal Crown .................22 1-2c Golden West...................22 1-2c and 2 for 45c Old...Dutch Cleanser, 2 for .......10c Robinson's pkg Wash Tubs Scrubbing Brushes Regular 20c and 25c......15c and 20c ALDERMAN HATCH HAS RESIGNED From the Board of Trade Council-In Full Sym- pathy With its Work At the Board of Trade luncheon this ariernoon the following letter, from Aid Ueo. _M. Hatch, resigning from the ex- ecutive council of the board, 'was re- ceived: accept my resignation from your executive committee. .1 am in entire sympathy with the work of the Hoard of Trade and its present admin- istration and have only words of praise lor the work being. -done. My reason for resigning-Js because of my position as a member of the city council." Aid. Hatch's resignation was accept- ed and on motion, of C.F.P, Conybeare seconded .by T. S. ..McKenzie, John Home, of the Campbell, Wilson and Home Co., was elected to fill, the bal- j ance of Mr. Hate's term. A letter was received from Robert Sage objecting to the- ballot "being taken on the day -that the' monthly, meetings of. 'the; full' board .shall be held, asklng'who is respons- ible for the three questions -on. the bal- lots sent out, and threatening to De- clare the whoie proceedings -illegal. The secretary's reply to' the letter '.was also read; .the letter ,that tbe ballot is a referendum to every member of the board i3urer and siin.ple: and there is nothing in the way: of a. luture meeting ,the. board. chang- ing 'the time again from the' evening of the third Wednesday of each month to some other time" iT it: so The Sage letter ordered, filed-. Nourse that.- the ballot was for the purpose of ing the opinion- of every member of the board as to the best time of day to hold meetings. It was 'a referen- dum merely and only for tih'e guidance of the future meetings of the board should it again discuss the matter, The entertainment committee re- ported having entertained -visiting members of the Alberta and Eastern B. C. Press Association to a banquet and to a tri-p around the city last -week the report }being adopted. The letter frotm George Betzer of Komers, Mont, winner-" of the Board of Trade cup at the Spokane Dry -farming Congress, acknowledging the cup and 'enclosing a clipping from s. .b'latnead county paper, was read and or for there u a real value .and pain session here- last week, with apparent-'. Jy good results. -Already some papers in other" cities -were taking 5up and ibcosting Letb.bridge's tonally. He, the also prepared a letter to :each editor; going- more fully been able-ifco do Keown thought it woivh idea to send a to every member of the Aboard, and'-it was so ordered. 'I'hose present at..the Xourse, A. ;B. Stafford, 3JXS. Mclvenzie, A. H. Uonyfteare and WORST FIRE IN Departmental Store toria Will be WitKout.E jS'tewarfs wound dressed. All four J o'clock in the morning, and was there 1 said that they did hot know Egan was Jiot1 more; than five minutes previous a police olficer until they sot to the to the time she saw him out among station. Stewart in his evidence said thc crowd. .The closing hour of yesterday after- j that when, 'he saw Egan -on the street after 'the shooting he said that he was the man who shot him, and-Egan said that lie was and handed his revolver over to one of the other policemen. Tne party xvere kept in the cells until Monday morning, when they pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct .and paid lines. Stewart stated that he was asked hy policemen at the station to sign a statement that, the shooting was ac- noon's session of the Supreme Court cidental and that his companions and the session this morning was de- by Mr. Conybeare vdtness' denied that Egan ever heforc had come down alone 10 her house, asj he had always come with other ofiicersias they frequently made the rounds of the houses. She did not know that; he went there to see a girl by the name of Gertie, the counsel named. he released. He finally agreed r, T-, and they went to find a lawyer to voted to the case ox Rex vs Egan, and draw UJ the hut came the case is .not -through, yec. The evi- back sayina: -they could find none. So tlence of the four members of the Cal-j they were "kept "in the cells, gary football team who were mixed up' The Calgary Gallic trainer, .James in the row in the former red-light flis-j McEwen, eave evidence to missing the trict, gave their eviden-ce, which i Stewart and Strang boys 'and goin.a; to hunt them up, her heard shots He could sec shooting CHILD KILLED NEAR YORKTON VnrlCiOH, S-sk., Get. has just reached town of a fatal accident in Willowbrook district west of town on Monday, whereby a five-year-old son of John Barnes lost .his life. The child fell off a load of wood near the rear wheel, which passed over his killing him instantly. There e TIO inquest. agreed in all the essential features. The story is that after 'the supper held C in the Caledonian HaH. after the game a revolver in the air, and later between the Calgary Callies and the [straight in front of him. Later the -bethbridge Callies, they went back to! man ran past him. their hotel and commenced singing. A couple of young fellows .told of VISITED LOCAL MASONS -M, Grand Master J. J. DunJop, of Edmonton. of Alberta Grand Lodge A. p. and A. M., paid an to North Star and Lethbridge lodges _ last nignr, who .held a joint Session nr Hr MURDER TO Teuton, who died instantly. Kuzeko then srarted on foot for Teulon, and did not reach there until late Tuesday night, after walking ihe entire distance. Rest ing there he came on to Winnipeg and meeting some foreigners, asked who was the 'best lawyer in the city, not saying why he wanted legal advice. He was recommended to Hagel, who after he had heard the man's story, a-dvised him to give himself in to custody, ad- mitting justifiable homicide. A pro- vincial constable has left for Kuzeko's homestead to bring in the body of Barco and investigate the affair. It Oct. js likely a charge of manslaughter will among foreigners in a settlement north of here has led to the murder of Alexander Barco and the escape of j Uonrad Kotski, who is charged with j naving committed the deed. Kotski j paid close attention to Mrs. Barco during the summer, while her husbnnd Ys MAKKETS was away, and it was the culmination Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. opened 93 closed Nov. opened of -ihese relationships that "was the closet! Dec. opened closed The board decided to take an adver- tisement, at .a cost.of in. a pocket directory being; put out by' a- local printing firm and