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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914 fT -^=== THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERA L J' mm Ties '3' Shoes Young Men's Clothes f| There is and probably always will be a certain class of clothes known as " young men's clothes." Q That doesn't necessarily mean that they will be worn by young men only-they are worn by all smart dressers of youthful inclinations in dress. are certainly young men's clothes-that's the reason for the large and rapidly increj^s- ing demand forfSiHy^ among the men of this town. PAGE SEVEN --J'- � j> MacLeod Bros. "The Great Clothiers of the Great West" 322 5th St. S. f 1 Lethbridge, Alta. FOR QOMPERS ASSAILED Samuel Gompers, the grand old man of labor and 'prefiidont of the A. F. oJ L., has been assailed by his enemies witiMn the ranks of orgainlr-ed labor. On Saturday, 31st of January, at Indianapolis, Secretairy McDonald of the United States Mine Workws, declared that Gompers was gloriouely drunk at the SeatOe , convention. Gompers at first couW not'g^t a hearing, but finally did BO, and his emphatic denial was; greeted with cheers. FAVORS IHE D0UK8 THINKS THEY WOULD MAKE SUGAR FACTORY AT RAY. MONO A PAYING CON. :CERN Clothes for Easter. "^HIS is the season of brightness and happiness - and these Fit-Reform Suits refledl the good cheer of Spring. Many mollels - many effects - $15. to $ 3 5. 948 WISCONSIN HALF "WET" Election There Yesterday Showed -Drys" a Little In the Lead Milwaukee, Wis., April 8.-The counting of the votes from the paper ballots in yesterday's municipal election in Milwaukee is a very alow process, and far from being complete, but unofficial, though leliable, returns do not change the estimate of last night, which gave Mayor Gerhard A. Badlng, non-partisan candidate for re-election^ a majority of ov-er six thousand ahead of Emil Seidl, Social Democrat. Throughout the State, interest in yesterday's election centred chiefly in the license question, the larger cities voting '!wet." Out of, tiCty-aev-en places heard from, thirty went "wet," and twenty-seven "dry." Madison, Janesvllle, Bellot, Bdgerton and Sparta are among the more Important wet .victories, while Grantsburg, Lodi, Lancaster, Barron, Cumberland and Union Grove registered "dry." McKelvie & McGuire Hlectrlo burglar alarms surround the treasury at Washington and are tested every fifteen minutes, day and night. Since 1878 the length of tramways on public roads in the United Kingdom has increased from S69 t �i66-2 miles. PLEADS UNWRITTEN LAW St. Louis, Mo., April 6.-David L, Al-merigi of Coalgate, Okla., was arrested here today oh a charge of having kined his former business partner, Ben M. Jones, on March 22. When the police questioned him about the "death of .Tones, Almeii'gl pleaded the unwrittev, law: "Jones killed himself," he said; "he carae to my house once too often." WILSON'S PROTEGE BEATEN Patterson, N.J., April 3.-Practical ly complete returns from the election in the seventh New Jersey Congres sional district show that Dow H. Drukker, Republican,, has beaten jas. O'Bryne, Democrat, by a plurality of more, than 5,000 votes. "WTiat the ready made farm promoters want on their land is Douk-hobors, one of the best class of settler that comes to Canada. II I were trying to rent those Knight Sugar company farms at Raymond I would go straight to Hie Wg Doukhobor colony ::n B. C. an"e a glimpse at the tea gardens of China and Calon, stop a while in India and finally through the Suez Canal find his way to the place of his birth, Cardston sent a goodly number 'to the general conference ot the Mormon church which convenes at Salt Lake City today and tomorrow. Among the number was President Wood and Bishop Brown from the Cardston Ward of the church. Farming is in progress again. Gardeners are busy with their seeds and there is now every indication that spring has come to stay. The government of Ecuador will establlsli Beven wireless'etations, and equip three war .vessels 'with wireless. THE ROCK, TOBAC;eQtCb\-LX[^v QUEBEC-WINNIPEG WE CAN TELL YOU WHERE TO PURCHASE OR SELL POULTRY PIGS PET STOCK AND ALL KINDS OP LIVESTOCK ^ 4i ^ ^ -^vr*  THE BEST MEANS OF REACHING YOUR DESTINATION i* "i* ^ THE BEST BOARDING HOUSES IN THE CITY 4. + .J. + WE HAVE liOTS OF THIS NOTE PAPER, COME IN AND USE SOME WRITING TO YOUR FRIEJNDS ;