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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, Al'KIL S, 1914 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HEKA1.J' PAGB SEVEN' IB! Young Men's Clothes fl There ii and probably always will be a certain class of known at young men'i q-That doein't necessarily mean that they will be worn by young men only---they are worn by all of youthful inclina- in dress. are certainly young men'i the reason for the large and rapidly increai- ing demand among the men of this town. "The Great Clothiers of the Great West" 322 5th St. S. Lethbridge, Alta. Clothes for Easter. THIS is the season of brightness and happiness and these Fit-Reform Suits refledl the good cheer, of Spring. Many models many effects to McKelvie McGuke Electric burglar alarms surround tlio treasury at WashlnRtoa and arc tctled every fifteen minutes, day and night. Slnco 1E7S the length of trannraya on public road! In Ihe United'King dom has Increased from S69-lo.26C2 j miles. WISCONSIN HALF Erection There Yetterday. Showe Drys" '-i LMlie In Ihe Lead Milwaukee, Wis.', April counting of tho votes froui thd l> per ballots In yesterday's municipal election In Milwaukee is a very slow- process, and far from being complete, ant unofficial, though tellable, re- do not chango the estimate of last night, -which gave Mayor Ger- GOMPEHS ASSAILED Samuel the grand old man labor aad presldc-nt of the A. F. o! i, has been assallt-d by his enemlcB ithin the ranks of labor, n Saturday, 3Ut of January, at in ianarralls, Secretary McDonald of the :nlled States Mine Workers, declared ist OomperE was drunk al le Seattle .convention. Gompets a< rst could not 'get a hearing, but fin lly. did BO, and Als emphatic denial as greeted with cheers. THINKS THEY WOULD MAKE SUGAR FACTORY AT RAY. MONO 'A 'PAYING CON. _CERN You will need a new pair of Shoes to complete your Spring Outfit. These can be bought this week at a Cash Discount of 10 Per Cent (As an Easter Special) All our New Spring Styles are included in this Special, covering Men's, Women's, and Children's Shoes all over the store. You Cannot Afford to Miss This Offer Extra Special Men's Shoes, Regular and The biggest bargain in the city W. J. NELSON CO v the ready made farm pro moters want on their land is Douk tabors, one of the best class of set tier, that It 1 wei trying to rent--those- Knight Suga company forms at Raymond I TVOU" go straight to 1fce big Doukhobor co ony -in R. C. anv to another move. They'would raise tho beets 50 fast that" another factory wputd ihs needed' before re any sea- They may have queer custom's, but they "are industrious workers, nnd they know something about "farming. It's a mistake that they were cier a'Jowed! to pass through Lethhridge without an effort being made to keep them hers." Or.e of the Dominion immigration specialists marie trie above statement to the Herald last night whfn ques- tioned shout the probable success or failure ol the ready-made farm poli- THE Foot Toggery Sherlock Building TREK TO ALBERTA FROM THE EAST STARTS hr.nl A. Hading, non-partisan caDtJI- cfes in tbe west--He did not question date for majority of ov- er sis thousand" afccad of Emtl Sc-tdl, Social Democrat: .Throughout Hie Slate, interest .in yesterday's 'election centred chiefly in the license question, the larger cities voting Out of. fMty-ssv; en places heard from, ...thirty; went and twenty-seven "dry." Mad- ison, JfineavjUe, Beliot, Edgerlon and Sparta arc among the inoris Inijiqrtant wet.victories, while .Granlabuirg, Ixjdi, Lancaster, Barren, Cumberland arid Union Grove registered "dry.1- ihe feasibility of the plan, hut en- dorsed the scheme, his only apprehen- PLEADS UNWRITTEN; LAW St. Louis, Mo., April Al- merisl of Okla., wins arrest- ed hero today oh a charge of having fitted hla former business Bon M.'jonea, on March 22. When, the police liim ab- out the 'death of .lones, AlmeHgi pleaded the nnwritter. law: killed he said; "he came to my house once too often." WILSON'S PROTEGE BEATEN Patterson. X.J., April ly complete returns from tho election in tho seventh New Jersey Congres- sional.', district show that Dow II. Djrufckor, -heateir Jas. O'Bryuo, Democral, by a pluraljty of -inoro-lhan votes, being settlers. the location of suitable settle. Lc Brccquc and I'epin recently returned from a mile Canadian tour, in they visited the prin- oipsl lawns nr.d cities in Alberta, DECATUR HAS FIRE Dec nt H r, III., starting nbout 3.30 o'clocV this' morning, 'com- pletely destroyed the. Lynn Scrugg3 department store anl the Powers The- atre n full hlort, bounded Ststc, fiMl Main and streets. The lot p.) ]nlii IB at well Insured', The orijin of the is unknown. Among the buildings burned were the "American Exy'ress office, Elks' ITALIAN YOUNG club rooms, tlie Decatur Kallwar and "f Light office, one hiirmYed other offI- and several retail stores, fhrefe hundred emnlojees will" he thrown out of worV. Boston, 6. GARDSTON NEWS Carriston, April. 'C.-rThs in atlentiancc nt the- quarfccly con- ference. oi workers in the- "Archbishop's Southern Albecta Mission of the An- glican .church tthirh was held -.last the ._. j uitM- and I liouss Ir-ft rrer.ch residents of thdr SCVPrai. diarBes. Thiisc present rounded up a bunch of booze pevldlers and put them -behind --the bars to think out their defence. The trial is to te.held, it is' believed, that Ike ineu will.be sent down. C. TrevHyan-1. of .Peace Hiver, anrt forrnerly of Cardston.-.was a vis- itor" in the Temple City this u-eek t Mission route homa to England. Tcevcl- for Fall Kiyer and Xew Bedford, headed f Pierre I.e Riccquc and Fdu'ard Popio, ait; selling their, property and will.move to Southern Alberta were Ilevs. t'anon 3-nA Strayne, Hevs. .Wilkinson, Giflies-Wil- t-en. Itammon, rllar- dy, and Messrs. Reynolds jiiid Bjdrtie. 7h_2 only member of- ;lhR 'mission! stafi at 'J: li.cld ..l possibilities there. Many w ers will accompany the. paitjr. Manilota At.d 'tfasValchevan." Mission llev. Canon broueht liack glowing accounte mattcu.pf in- IJ.L.. ratn s tcrest to the mission niscussed. [ty On Saturday last: Her..-F. S.: iron, a former liolpcr of Canon Mow- at at.CatriMon, rract Hie service at St. Tliomas rhurch iii the .CTfning.. On Wednesday, nfght-fn "the Mission house Rev. Canon niow.il an il- luslratsil .lecture oh the old hymns of (he clmrcb. t Cardston's did quite.a slnnt they GOES UP MAN FOR MURDER Toionto.-Jitini Kstrimc WA3 tortay sent up.from the police court (o a Jury tor trill on a charge or-murilering Anna darelklc. van is'taliing the.long route, via tho Orient. He will visit the land of the rising sun, a glinipse at tbe tea gardens of China :aud Celon, stop a in India and finally through the Suet Canal lincl his way to the place 61 his hirlh. Cardston sent a gootily numler lto ths general conference of Uie-JIorinou church which convenes at Salt Lake City today anil tomorrow. Among the number was President Wood.. ar.rt liishop Brown froin its Cnidstou Ward of th'e church. f Fanning is In progiess again. 'Gar- 'ilencrs arc liusy with their seeds and there, is nbff indication that spring Las come to. stay. Eoverhment Ecuador Trill establish seven'.Ttireleas' ajiil eqiiirV tliree .war '.vessels Vitii.Tjrireless. WE CAN TELL YOU WHERE TO PURCHASE OR SELL "rias PET STOCK AND ALL KINDS OF UVB STOCK THK BEST MEANS Or RHACHI.VO YOUR DESTINATION' TUB HBST BOARDINO HOU9KS Uf'tllK CITY I" WK OP TIHS NOTE I'APBIli COMB IS AND USB 80MB WRITING TO YOUR LETHBRIDGE FREE INFORMATION BUREAU DALLAS HOTF.L ;