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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta z 0 p 0 IL u. o if) 0 I Special Spring Offerings in Clotlilng and Commencing Saturday, Apra rth THE 2 Men's Furnishings at Commencing Saturday April ?th iO DAYS ONLY In order to introduce ourselves to the people of Lethbridge and sttrroundiikg country we Clothing and Gents* Furnishings for iO days only. will offer special inducements in 10 DAYS ONLY CLOTHING Are you Ibiukuig of your Easter Suit. We have placec iii Stock a ItirgG ra ngo of Spring Clothing in Tvveetls and Worsteds, Sizes 8-1 to4i. Tweed Suits, Single Breasted, Special...........................Su.To Tweed Suits, Single Breasted, Special.....................80.85 Tweed Suits, Single Breasted, Sixicial.....................S8.50 We liiive a few linens of Collars to clear at.....................9c. A large variety of reversiWe Silk Four-in hand Ties all Newest designs and Colorings................................25 and 50c.* len tne little folks can get hold of th^ir father's Stetson for their parades, they^know they have the real thing-rarid Dad knows it, too. That's why we keep a full line of Stetson shapes and styles in Soft and Derby Hats. Prices $4.00 to $6.00. SPECIAL VALUES IN HATS. Special ^'alues in Hats, English ninnufacturo, all the newest shapes in Black, Brown and Grey. One of the reasons for this sale is that we are looking ahead -trying to take a peep into the future. We want yo.u into our store, whether you i)urchase or not. We want to make your personal acqiiainfancc. It is our anibllion to look after your needs in our line of goods. ' Tailoring Our tailor made Clothing is manufactured by the best Tailors in Canada, we guarantee pur garments to be made of imported Scotch, Irish and English woolens. Tailor made Suits any style, made of Tweed or Black and Bhie Worsted, Special____$10.00 Tailor made Suits any style, made of Tweed or Black and Blue Worsted, all wool Clay Twill Worsted, Silk sewn, Italian Cloth lined Special..........----.......... $18.00 Tailor made.^uits any style, made of Scotch ^ Tweed) Silk sewn, Italian Cloth, lined * Sixicial.............................. $20.00 Fit Guaranteed All wool Casjimere Hose.. .20c Suspenders English make. .25c Eegatta Shirts. Negligee Shirts. .$1.00 .75c BOOTS AND SHOES Geo, A. Slater Invictus Shoe.-We crirry a full stock of tlie Invictus Shoes. The retail price is not stamped on our shoes. This is only done when requested by the dealer and ijrices set by him. Our stock is entirely new and complet�j in all lines. No bargains in odd lines to offer. Note our prices. Invictus Dry Sox Bals ..... .$5.00 Invictus Vici Bals...........4.50 Inyictus Velour Calf long....4.35 Invictus Enamel Bals....... .5.00 Dongolabal............... .. .2.00 Dongola Pulman1.65 The Carhartt Overalls are recomrnended by all the Leading Rallwaymen on the American Continent. ONLY EXCLUSIVE MEN'S OUTFITTERS IN LETHBRIDGE �-^-^--'-�--V  -- � - ......' " ' . ' . � - ... �---^-- ' ��...............1 WITH OUR LEGISLATU.RE. F.dnionton, jrnrcli 29.-The muni-cipsil bill irom Calgary was iiitro-(lnc(ul iti Iho J-.og'i.slutiiro 'loday. JL is a voliiininou.s in.slruincnt, ccitilaiii-ijig; sonic twenty IIuhi.suikI words. ]L is Bail! tliuL while thu Iwo ckiusos fonsuli'dating the $80,000 overdraft on'l that lOfi^alii'iMg: llie 'dobonturos .sold to the Doitiiiiio'ii Securities CoiiipaTiy n:iKl not accepted bccaiiso of a technical error, rnay ])ass, the bill as n whole has no chance of going lliioiiyii thJK .session. The ir.dnionton bill stands a much better rlianco, because it i.s printetod with very little change, as the statutes of Alberta. A whnlc string of Ijills was advancotl iu^tugi^ yesterday, wilhout debate of eey kind, e.\cept in regjjrd to clause 1 of bill ,"), entitled, "A bill respecting the transfer and descent of Ian I," which is the land titles act of the ])ominion, as has lieen used in the Territories for many years. Clause ^ provides that no widow whoso husband has died on or after tho fist day of .Jnntiary, 1887, shall, bo entitled lo dower in the Vand of her decenwfil husband, but shall have'ho same right in such land as i'.' it were pprsonal property. Mr. Stuart, of Oloichen, to ask the House if they were' aware thai. this paragrajili iiiudc it possible for a man, by the provisions of his will, to will his property nwa,y from his wllo entirely, and that she hm! no recourse under 'the law. Ho stntml that ho. did not want to go back to tho old and cumbersome system of dowcr.s, but ho thotight that in making the law, that .some provision .should bo Ttiado to protect tl.o women of the country from such R possiWft actvi.on. ITo mentioned -that, tho matter had been discussed, nnd resolutions pa.sscd thereon by various women's clubs throughotit fhc country, ami that tho same hart Ijccn forwarded lo tlio Govorinnent. Kihnonton, March "O.-A sotrio-what vigorous debate upon �ic priv-eges of (ho IIouso wns the sonsa-ionnl point in ili-sciission of the ouse on Thur.sday afternoon. Ami Ihat discussion was over Iho privll-1^! of smoUing when (ho House was in conimiHee of the whole. jAlr. Ifiebt'rt, second in comntiln'd of tlie Opposition, resisted the finding, anil asked lo 'bo shown whore it was against the rules to smoke in com-mi'-tt�. Itut there are no rules. 'J'he Premier hacked up the chairman of the committt'o Jn pronouncing against smoking in committee. 'S\\-. Cross, who does not smoke at all, haxl a word to suy in defence of i he ijractice, and asked Vor tlie privilege. Mr. Uosonroll m.ade a strong defence, maintaining that the attendance of tho committee woidd bo seriously interfered with if the inem-liers were not allowed to .smoke in committee. The chairman otodtiratc, and there is to be no smoking in committees. 'I'hc committee continutxl to deal with the question of the public works Jjill. 'J'he first act to he given its third readiiTg and finally passed by the I.jeg-i.slaturc .^�cstel"day, was bill No. 2, entitled. "An Act Itespectsng , Coroners." The bill ifsclf is a composite production, being what was considered tlio best J.,hat could bo bor. loweil from the coronrrs' acts of tho other provinces, mostly from British Columbia and Ontario. It was quickly followed by an act j-espect-iiig tho pidilic service, un act re-siiecting the statutes, and an act respecting the department of the Attorney -(Jenera I. A lot,of bill.'cen introducc>d in the public schools and leagues composed oi school boys have been orgaaized." -o- IN' MINNEAPOLIS JMinneapolis, Minn., March 29.-In n little one-storey ramshackle building on Tenth Avenue, .six Greek or .Syrian laborers, not Italians, as first mippo.sod, were horribl.v biitch-ei'od some time betwwn midnight and morning. The building stands loss than 'half ft l.ilock from Wn.shington Avenue, the iirincipal highway connecting MinnoapoJis and St. Paul, and a stone's throw I'loni tho .s-tations of the Chicago Croat Western Railroad. In this tumijle-down structure a group of men fought with knives and hatchets.'  The six victims were literally hacked to pieces. That the men fought anujiig Ihem.selves, and wore not outsi'ders for Tcveitge, us was first suspccle-d, is the theory now advanced, although the police are of opinion that- there ai-o two or^ three nien still at large who .are 'conceriU' lo third base, and before Dahlen could pry (ho hall out of the can, ITamiiton hart scored. Chicago un00, ami the nc^l pate ^"oceipts. lloope won the "bank." Roiii men played poor billiards until the fifth, when Hooik; scored 21, wh'icli included a brilliant four cushion giilhering .shot. .Slosson got the balls in a nice jiosilion and made a luii of tl, missing finally on simple single cushion. 'The piny ran along without leaturo, Hoopo scoring regularly, but with short runs, until th. The lime ol jilay up this stage of the game was two hours and thirty minutes. Australia has developed an iti'.-.-tst n Iacro.sHO in recent years thai, is surprising, nnd there is nn uniwmdl.v large number of clubs existing for (he short time in which the, Oaniuli-an national game has serioiislv. In South Australia it is the predominating sport, according (Special lo the Herald'.) Magrath, Alta., April 2.-.J. ]*'. BradshaAv has shown that ho is well ):�lcascd with the Magrath district, just havi'ug bought out his jiartner, .lames Clyde, who had o half interest in tho .Jenny Lund & Live Stock Co., paying SpIS.OOO for samo.i This company's 'holdings aro 3,300 acres of 'thu best lall wheat land. In addition to real estate, they had 550 cattle, t�0 head of horses. Mr. Bra'd-shaw Iras let contracts lo brake up 1,000 acres for fall wheat. ilenson, Davis & Co., arc making arrangements to bi-eak lietwccn 1,00 nml 1,200 acres for fall wheat. They now have in 000 acres, uiwl ic IS in good condition. .Inmos Frame, of l^thbri'dgo, was in Magrath lust week looking lor, and was successful m buying .11 head, getting 7 head of lancy firaft horses from 1{. W. ilra:dshaw. Jack Turner, our popular clerk, and Miss Mercer, of t)ve Magrath postolbce, lelt 'I'hur.s'day for Salt Lake City, where they wilT visit lor 15 days, and return as Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Kxcavaling for the mill reservoir I.s well under wav: the contractor i.i Levi Harker. 'I"he stonemasons have .started on the toiiii'dittion for the mill, anil are making good time. \in THE PUBUCIye] mm a, gradiiute of tho University of New liriinswick, and was elected to, Iho Legislative As.scmbly or t'ho Territories in the year 1904, and was appointed Yukon Commissioiier fof' the Territorial "Ooverninaiit ial888.; On his return to tho Northwest^ who' was re-elected to tho Assembly in 1V102. In 1889 ho was appointed. Commissioner of Puhlic Works. -On:: Septe bor 1st, ho was sworn m -as Ijicutenaut-Governor of tho now Province of Alberta. * r OUTR.VGI'; IN li. C. TOWN. Grand Torks, March 28.-11. r,. EWridgf), a druggist at .Midvyav, was shot twice night a'botit .10 o'clock just al'tt'i- lie had left the .store. Hi.s .%s,snilant i.s unknown. Tho shots were suppr)sed I o Ik' meant for ];. C. Moe, maiia'ger of the IJast-crii Townships JJank at Midway, who some few mon-ths ago provent02, when 'he was electcvfiKW; to tho LcgLslaturo of the Norfchwesitvi.;;;; Territories. During his first scssioji'vij; he was eloctod deputy speaker of the ' Ilou'-e, which position ho filled until, the lormation of thu now provinces.-",' ^1 " ^ I .Mr. Rutherford is a- menvbor . of. Jth'e%;^j'*'>.:?/^Ji�| Baptist Church, and a man of ster- >� ling character He has Icon a load-'*'-' ^^i^^^ arriv.Tt there, .and took. . an.V%ctiv�v%!'.Mi>i>:.j*5| pnit 111 securing tho incorporation of th-e to^^n ' Vjj"* -----" � '""r^'i^% ^ The Attorncy-aoneral of Alborti.t-,; ^''S,;^ C W Cross, who speaks;^,^ -jveok, IS ' - a natiuo of,- :the::-itown*Kv^'^^^^^^^^^^^^ of Maidoc, Out , aurt was bomB'oodr" .spoakor and clovor dolaater, witifl comprchcusivo grasp, of ; public";^j|fi| fairs?. ;:Vrtln'rii)OOvho';:Vlsit^a^;;hii:j;J(p�'' home; in - Madoc, anidrwttii ntarifjf^,^ Miis.s.Anhio K. Xyhdo, daufi^tei^'nri 0, L.vmlc. Mr. Cvrtm i.s,,a PjrB.ii| ion 111 icligion. ' [ ' V ? mi ;