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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE SEMI-READY STORE Saturday Sp Men of Lethbridge ATTENTION ) t The FIRST TEN MEN The first ten lueu in iiiy store on Saturday Morning Can buy Any Shoe in the house at $2.50 a pair I *will also giye a oliance to three more men to get a good suit cheap. The first three anen bujdng a suit on Sa,turday,I �will give choice of stock at $15.00,: so come 'early. Saturday Specials in Summe]^ TTnderwear. - a good double thread Balbriggan underwear special for 00 cents per suit. Come Early and Gftt a Bargain > I BAfEMAN, Enipress Blbek, I GREAT Unpfecedenled Expenditure is Decided on for Western Canada ^Somethmg^^out thfe Consfitu-tion of tGmada and the ',\M6th(Briand\. /' -. -J ^^^^ -t�> ' r P r.^'/Conybeii*, D.C.L,. K.t!;, i;a*f an e3thansWe|aJid" , exceedinglf initruc ti�eVad4i^s,|;at a meeting-o� the *om.tu^'>Givlo|club yesterday ai-' tBinoon in?^Jtlie issfc.C.A': auditorium; Uis 6uljje6t;wdjd^"X:iie LaVs as -,thay '''attoct Woiij^'s/Kights", and-�fe dealt 'ftith .t ^er/'Mly'*y answefing- ;a number ob^quesfipnsV, -wMcli "ilia^.;been lie eYplal^eiil/^inat .maajyoVAMb has, practically .never � been exercised'' since.^^the days of'Cromwell. He: l^f more^at less\ot a figure head; Aa we do not elect' a, Idng/ so^v^ elect: a govenior-i-generaf. Theoretic-^^ aUy/the King? says, :who shall be his' -Sep?esentativ6V;in -reality thfr^ pointmentibeing made by the prime minister...,..................,, , K Ml^-he, :Kiiig must have^ a miidsteTs .to advise him;' sof'ijhe'govT; ernor^general'must ir�haTe;"a|;sfeEStei Slot gCvemor-geiierals, mepK'aTe ' usu-^^lyirchosea^who have ^ChieviedJ somer iiung^kbeen-mcetoy sof ;'InOurrpresent gbvernbj:rgea4; eralj on vaccount; of his -positionv'has notihew able'to: 1^ politicstand is cMefty-r^spectedt von ajcpOWtsoCihissirelafciontci. the King, ; i-Second Part iofi-Gonstittitioa *. ,..:f^he;':Benatfr;l3;'nq1ifelepted; Sena-tots are/fUIevpeers^-appointed by : the goyernor^eneral of the' day; and is; supposed^to :be ,. an impartial hody{' hu^iiniPractiPe, the premier a one i; from his ojmvpartyv^ I done true and --valiant service' tqr his !iPai%i;S:vXhe-*>B]ritishft>forthS "5(^?,%i*sed-^^ i^^^^^^^ -|pR!tQuehep, �wbfpb?hfls.rfi lithes lowBis.thouae;' and': 24 jnr/Sthe sen-atj^tj^lJhev'S^pate may:;morease,-i but ;Qu9{}a5fr�ffrepreBentationiW;5ueverK �crease^ji?|and �4 �Ql^p^^prjJyinceiBJs the same in pros of 'he  nit lie said 111 --r-i-1 .-----, ^ lui OP js f�di;fiwh^le the XTuited -latPS trn itutioni;:s.-as'':brisinallyj iiduptwl it tii'e^^imev of i confederation ' .1 Aiitctr Jconstitiition^Klt, isiim-praaihlu'Ioi tinyjcjiurt'of law. to de-tlarf a la* IpMspd rjbya.the Britigb, Iiiiiiament mv^'id, although.parlia-nient 'lan anjentf', or. ra-enact a law, but in.tne r^illted-,States ' we' find " oft^,these "^^he laws,';�lat%',4^0 OOTiiiial ind. LommciC(i>; A^raHvvayjB' thes i'nsuaiciistoi^yif'ilie Cwiadian pallia-; |Twient/iafteEf*^foineWj.;::cM^^ ". I'?.) Si li'-^6m%li Commons ^x^^Is t^iBfifeiO^^ at large.. "Accfor oting rm^M: fcons't^t uti'on, mem* iTers- ,are:'cj?at^d-' for i' the � Dommidh houS^jJp^'th%'lwhb!te 0 Out [�faieiW,' |ir^'i|cKaw^ iW.. rightly sajr-tJiattfheiJrBpiesentB 'Toronto or Quebec or :a'ny;; other f place, because ~,hp' was--elected for Canada as a .whole from th'e'Paciftc to; thie Atlan-[ 4icV^jinjtheory'iV?aiigmuoh :dk�f or bridge sand ^MediCiileHatv although iii pji;ac.fi?e'aiiiftemfor; wouldrJikely soqn hear firom his cons.tituents, *ir he were not aplecially ^intereste'd' in -his own ponstituency.' ' ~ , .-Bight .of .Ejection ... ^y',W^&s to;'siym.e'extent in different' ;iip.j^nt�8.>'':Iht Albertai^ ilirfo|^sSffta|er;: no -property : re-BirigJiSn,*A�y* man, 21 vears of age, �re5i^^1i:iip?f:^lJR.province, one year ami t^^^,'jE0ns,tftmpy.thcee,months, has-iiJieVrtghJ-^tpvojier Manhood, sulfrage fl^fhB ijqut^nant-governor in ' the ^0mm0m0:^^�^sp^e. rights; :-:tbere r�n*iRi|Jo�'^|indllSSahi aXcW slapp^cjfutraen'-^'jwith -'atfour or five ij^cost" $20,500,000. " The CanadiMi^jPacific. rail way has ,a tree mendous' amount of work ahead; of "it this'.year^rana'it is;uncertain whet 4ri!'orJ'>n6tnt%'-Milden-Empress �lifle, Gfentral;- AlBeria, will be ponsWuctedV" If materlSfs'-men and time avail, the' -Mi*r.;^ftl�^-'jiM%, but,if not iittmi h^.gostponed-itiii next year, i;j'K*::--.^:a* .j&rant;;Hadi%�meral managerfrpfj'tlie C. P. R. western lines has just tle-tiirnedj'to the city from Eastern Can-ada,4 whlsrev-^he s'h'as - been presenting suppiernenitMy-iSi^estimates -to',:: ,Sir Thomas SBkughnessy, president ol theTroadl '^.f^'' - - 1 It-is bffloiall^ announced this morning that ;the.,;Transcona yards, comr prisiiigjji06|ini^e*f6f: track; will; ;be-i apetattoni'fori^thef-handltflg of igraitt this,fall..,.The Red River bridge,Tgilf beS^kewiseWn'v^ape for. the opening of the fall>gram:sriish-. . ' i � ; Double trddbang. ofc'^the; main lin^. is:; .proceedmg-f,'^�paCb^,vand., it.-rushed Afchroiighi!i*0r fSiimpletipp YES, SIR! OUR Was crowded every day-with enthusiastic buyers, we still have A few days more to continue this great unloading sale, so hurry. A call at "our store Avill convince you of the great bargain's ye are offering at almost -wholesale prices. Below are some of our bargains; MeviS Suits We have Just received a new etock- of -AVor-steds, Tweeds, Sorg$B, Oh'eviots and by buying at this sale'you will'save'Jtrom onc-thlrd'to half the regular price.. Our suits range from $7.50 to $28.50. Come and see these bargains for yourself. Regular Value Sale - PPlce $35 for $28.50 Splendid values ,$30 for $21.00' Grey, finest make, $23 for $14.95 I^atesc st'rlpe. Regular Sale Value V Price 120 for $13.95 Brown 'Worsted $15 for $11.95 ,Green, "black, brown. Also a big-range of Suits to clear ffio OA at per suit T^'?^" Hats Regular Value Sale Price ,$3.50 for $2.50 13.00 foa- $1.95 12.00 for $1.25 $1.75 for $1.10' Caps Regular Value Sale Price, $1.50 for $1.10 $1.25 for '95c. $1.00 for 75c. 75c. for 5'Oc. � Also a big'stock of hats in the latest ^g^^ shapes and colors to: clear'at, eacli .;.. . Cotton Socks Reg. loc. sale price per pair 5c. and Cashmere reg. 3oc; jj^Q^ Llama Socks, sale price, pair Braces Reg. 50c.; sale price per pair . 25c. i Excelda-: Handkerchiefs Reg. 10c; sale  Kg price, each ; ,;, - Men's Boots and Shoes We have a complete 'stock of the Famous Ames-Holden, (Union Made) shoes and can at you out with a pair almost at manufacturer's prices, for we have to get rid of a big portion of this stock "We also have a complete stock: of worlimen's shoes, which we will clear at cost. Come and see them. Regular value $6.00, black and brown button � or laced blncher cut; CiA i 9 ft Sale price .'................ ^t-CU Regular $5.00 pair; Sale fijj grtx price, per pair..............^'. v ' ' A' That'was the opinion expressedttp the Herald- this morning by ; Manager Allen Jack, of the Let^b.tidge; Exhibition-,; who';!lk'd^s*iust ..returned from'attending: the-ihigv stock '.show-in Calgary. ' Cattle/^brought auK-ex-orbitant price thera,'; showing,; that the farmers of this-pyo^jincei atfe^vhent, on securing -the,ibe^ta$,and:�,alsoji'.th'aV :theyi,are;,dosirousiptsgoingi ipto :;/:th^ mixed farming ganleijfi,^, While:: in: Oalgai-yil^tJack, fe'c^iy-'' ed several entries ;forj#ne-:Iiethhridie. show on April ..23''iai^i.^^:;$How-eVe;rjv the '.lateness ,of;:|fjh^l?diat6' will iga against a big .cxhibwkfn;;\lndee.4 Calgary, the cattle'ifflmw,�fr-as'hotTtip to, the mark ofl-pr^ma' yiatd;. .liut^j the horses w'ere ::;�&e^e%;in:v--^^ numbers and ;beiter|i#4u4lity;;', than" ever.- ..............'I.. : W. H. Pawson,,o't;!^d'^i^aie,-ittehd-: ed thesho-^ at C^ga5fy;,and^:.'''Suc- pui^chased a fine 'bead'vfo'r ^his*^ dairjt herd and two cows,' alb.of Hh? Dairy Shorthorn bresd: V"'-::^' ,.,^!". When'.in Calgary;^teS'''iT�;ck l.waS'inK formed bv Supeiihteitaenr.-lbf � Fa^rS Lewis that A. Mc'MlUan.'-of/-Witini-' peg, who judged the'liglfj-hofse; classes at trie exhibitlbn-'-i-here^-last'-sura--^ mar, will judge all the horses iit.the stock show this month-.''.  - � Mr. Fairfield, ol thpr^Experimental-Farm, returned-froiri'iCalgary with Mr. Pawson arid MrrghcJc- ' ,  Doctor-,, S'ishe'r,'commissioner of thfe rfed'eraI^;|ove'iiAient in'ioharge'of the -eilftiircerien-t' of itifie pure meat>' and ' canned ;fobds' laW,-'.thinks "that the 4 q\\ '^dPllen: 'mill , could' be converted .into'a'first-class abattoir .with;very 'llttle,-''expense;':'miich ;less: in fact thah; ^Vas:?&t1'first' intimated,* would be; ne^' Cessafy:^' Evety iacility ;{s 'at- ^firsl I'hanid and ..could easily 'be � appropriate lii-iThS sftwer.faoilities-.are good,-and. i.thiB?,location-is first-class. It is far : enougly.?removed s to :.-.,preyent:. 5its .^be'-dbming'anuisance for some-years at le'a^t,' aijd a railway ispurs could,:; ibe' ipxtendedtvwithout /'much: expense. �' i^And:.'theni'it;-'is,in; the: open country .pjactically.;.,and.-th{s.' would ::bean;ira-iTOSij;s"pt-:aidyantage to - the ; farmers' in: getting-their live stock'to. the-plant; rf9P)tg�i?isher;':said::;thati; many,, complaints ;had;; reached -:'the:;.'dep�M:,tinent;i in;,regard to the'opcn viplatiop -.of^the pui;e;i;foods ;3ct,andihe had'lei't immedj-ately:,-fo^ihy.estigate.,:th6.;situati6n^^ has been .to.sPineher. Creek,: where ihe chief ..cp;nplaint9, were from, and he .Mpwis3i:that� cp�;ll tions jp^^blyv.; stayling,^ and; ithat:: son;^^ ,rvthinjp'i.mu8t;';be idpne';iat-s once^ tp^^' r |lie^j>the:ssitiiatiotej4berei'"%fi^ �,#;b �tljk^piiOintment, pf. an inspector", for |]?irge ;shipmentstO ' con-' l.tinue" .their' '-fnter-provincial ; ship-' men'tg,"tlfe''co'unoii -will help" them to swered hy, Mr. .Conybea'rc wi-tJi-ttloH lucid explanations;'  ^  New $ettlera J. ' Ct Holroyd and ,ia,mily a^riv^ &om Milford, Iowa, yesterday. "They, are going to their 320,^'cre farm, some twelve imilea from Stirling,."which THE ''4 m $1p0 fP9;;;qMMe Editor wt.The Lethbridga.Herald:; Sir,-ls It trueUihafc^GfWge M �Hatch wins one hupdr^"a?_doll.arp,-If the tree (now plant^'d;;^ and removed irom^Urhi^vuf^u don last spring by 9MMmjk�W' jetilntendent, thrp^gh thls.j nuiii*J4^iwjA-*.^((Sf,,'- '**^'''"*'^iV/7y, I think our-ex.M�1Ste^^^^^ all. Tight T^lth-the 'pa^.69d the tree a tj is i supposed to be |,brldg(e,v,l\ potKjed .from; one ,ot the li _____ _ , ptpien'Ay some lasserl > and m wlll.s)ir�iy-m9k:e.o'K9 M. pito smile.. YP^rstn^^^^^ Ihelta iCet in iOOS--Alberta and, re�cutly purohasei at*a cpft^of $37,()0,l,be4f � ttohewau obtained'the-right to per acr.% ' ; , BUSINESS LOCALS lanada. lestabjish a suitable place for^slaugh-iteringV-where; an--inspector -niay-"h6 placed.'�-r i '. ^ -�; Many,; of the tamers who -w-ere sending meat intb B. 0.', thought that \this stir would include their fshipments:'alike .'With the dealers,^but DoctOE .'Fisher:; wished ;lt;: emphatically;: undB^stood'thafr:any^ifarhle^>w]8h-iug to send meat .tii'B. C.,- could continue to do so as Ipng as he signed' the-idetlaratlonsprovideds ia ;the;lreg'i| lationB;.' affjerv:.mafcittgv;-a-statemcttt that the stock was- his-;pwn and was killed bythim on*,his, farm. Following is ::tho:'0lau8e;relating to ithife; subject;. ;^'I:;hereby certityithat'I !;am.;;a.'�arm-} jijr,'and,".-.that, ^the;;|pllpwins;.--des^ carca3s;es or parts ^hereoff are from, an animal owned by ina,-and sJaugKll .tered- pn,my -own. premiEes�and -'that they :^ai;e,;:ati'this Ad^ta'ijWhpJesome ,;ani| fiti'.for-.hyman ;ConumptIon.-f,fcj;:v ,Numj3er of carcasses.............. Description ,........;..,..;..;.;,...';.....,:.;....,..;, . .. .-^.1..-,...'� -Sig'n'ai.ure*.'..; ' :.,; .Wh'ea,:;thes*e : cert1flcato|i f.f^r?^^^ ,put,',and;.pIlesented:^;to;�Ji^e.?agli4t,'f:t^^ consignm'eht wiirfie "accpptpd'hy .him' .for:-shiiffien'tli't't6iEisi.d^?;Hfi'(;h^^^ therSincumbrajBb&^/^hei^farniMSfef/^ V '10::nofctorJ>Flshei*:%ish5dMhi8:!ipai:t'cui b parly unjderatood.^'JaaN'hefSaid,' a great many f armers'lirfd',lJ&|f'i&isguided 'in the'maitef.'i*""^, "^^^ The. dobtor-:-has liwiredftfdr''JOO � ^ WHAT THE POWER,.OH. BEADY ^ CASH..,WILI, ACCOjyiPLISH Wright Bros, vrho operate j; five jewelry ^efiores ..Ju'westeniL 'Oa ha^ a,luck^.^--- '------- " i�r.,ft,'g'ancouv, iQd. a complete .----...... pies"at- 68'centi(*on''thtf dbllar.-s,0n6 third of this' stock Has' Arrived for the'-X-ethbridge store^and on,.-^.ticpunt -of being.handicapped,for,'room.,isipace.; manufatures^ pf ,nlasf,:fal]f's orders kbeing shipped. earUeif; than j.|orm|r yearp. This speclar4Ue of high grad4 stodk Will'be ptit"^" Saturday,'April, 12th- and at the-^irlco'goods -Mil'be sold at,-should find a..rpady sfile. It out' glass,' gold gtJodS and. dlamoiids. ies of tHe''r6gtflatioJa8f^govcrniiig ^the enforcement ,6t i'ihe.r^pure-"fpods Talct, and they" Will tie"" diEtcib,uted by-the; ^A"ssooiate"BpardS'-of-Trade; ', lakes Yolip. Bachaclie. -:! T TEN MILLIONS ,I8SUE SETS A RE--CORD FOR ANY, CANADIAN . CITY rEo.tfdon, April H--The new -city'-of ^^X^^S^^^jo^iscAki^^jm � 5 per cent ;^^^*'%).'^en j^udorwrltten; today. iTh&i ,ci,t.}^iipf^;,Edmiinton. has sudceeded .in;*placing 2^000,000 ;flve per cent db-;bei3ture at 95..'The Icau'ls of a size �.Yft.i?h;:.it ;i? said was:never prev^ f^tfeffikM;|^inj:;.;any 'Wiethert^.tho, matter is for coh'gratu- ^^w�^f''f=^*i'%^houshr:t^ hid loping horses.'wblch^th^ were Tiding, dovirn Thirteenth''^t^eet l�forth, at^a terrific Tatfl .ofrtSpeed, endangering the; lives of pecles*?lapa. , T'hey wire Jfioth fined JROO/^nd-Cjosts^each, KNOX S.8,' BANQUET The,'secondannua) h^nqu'et of the Youilg Men'^ Secopdary Bible class of Knox Church, wliich-Vas held in the school -ropm laist 'evening 'was most successful,' ' Thirty^' guests . epjoyed,; and"'aid' ample,'justice'ib' t'ba/gopd; things'provid/d/j'Mi'B, H. Morris, Mrs,'laarle'Roberts and'Mrs, I-J.vB.; , Grow" keslde'd^m -'the Wtchen. the lyiandsV^'fefng '^p^ed,/ by, the'^.MisseSi ' Al'rd, -.-Arm'siifong, Campbell and Sang-* - Mr," Sirth\ir[R>ld,'>aB todstmaBteri' and'Roy , donitiear/ahd Wilfred Mut^ ry, replied. tdrt^'wtpastB on""^ireles^; ,Tel6gr'itphy,""';'ai\af; 'lOlais Pr&ph'esy,''. respectfyely.' ,,'w]if?'e'^^,C^m;)bell Aifdi !i'onde%,OinfxW,80lb. ' - - ' ^�A''i;uml^^r/^'^*�W'"^>*� ^-^ �were, .^^^^fiiqnaltilij: for, clev'^r /jm- prompt]r,S]?ee PM/ (-5 I'lV"''^'^"'*'*'' '�^A'T*'''-'^-'4 'A Few boses^ ilelloves' all Such Miseries, Bladdler .WeaUfiess, " Kldney-Treiuble and IJheumat-.-Ism Promptly Vanish,, / It Is no longer''nooe^flsaxy for', any one to sutto'r'wlth'bapiaoh-.-? 'hig, kidney "trouble,."have-disagreeable bladder-'and \ urinary"; disorders to contend-with, or h?-. tortured' ,Wlthi rheumatl^iui stiff joints and -its .'heaptwrenchi^g-! �.pains-f().r the .new '^d.^fiov.erj;,; Croxone. 'quickly>na sure'ly-rer;, ' llev,0S t^U'such troUbles^M-I" "Croione is the most,-Wonderful ,'reine&y -yet ;deviaed 'foi",ridding-^ ' the system'ofrdrlc alfildiaU'd c|rlyj^t; ,lng ;out ,ali:the'lpols"pftPUBjlflipur-' � itiestwhIch\*j';>? , 'It soaks,right.In-Xhrpugh-tji^,;' > walls', "membTaneB and . {Ijaings,| llke',>vater in .a-sjpdnge, yeutral-j| izes, -'dissolves,, and^makes. t^eg kidneys-sift .out' and,f ii$er &way[| all the uric acid and� poisons' from- ^0 blood, and .leaves the � .'kidneysr and. urinary-organs;.t cleaii, strong, healthjf.apd'we^l^i , It matters not^'hovy long you; ' haye sufCere.d, hojf old you are,j oj'.what you'have used, the veryfc 'prinpiplo'of Croxone is sUoh; that^^ .its-1^ '.p^-actioally-'impoBi^ible, toj ?take'-; it lito; thfr-huraan-systerti'i ..without results, 'There,Is npth*;^; .vtngjelae ^ou'. earth like it-'-vjy starts tp;-wpfk _th,e;nijnute yp^^ take It a.nd''relieves ypu the fir8t| /tlfne'you use-it?'" " " '>> " If -you suffer'with'' palns-iln* (. ypurVbaclc^and ,sldes, onh^ye 'ansf.'l .elferis'ipf kidney,'blaader,ttro,ubl"'" �vor'i'^rh'eum^tlBmjv&uoh 8B .p " is ;both6red ';wlth urinary (i.-^-.^^^, ' Croxone-will aulokl^ rellp.te) of',your .misery.' '-Ypu 'can >�% 'lanVPrig'lual .pao.^ag? o ,0l^BA.S�^?Bl8t" j'i^ll';^ '-are'huthorl?!6a'.to .pars ijituin the purchase prlc4 a single case. ;