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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 11, IMS THE LETUBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page LOOKING ACTIONS OMAHA'S COMMERCIAL CENTRE w of us rvaUzK Iiow inucb salt at.. Tin- fad that wr put Mlt on till incuts uuu bmul, eak.c cud find aM _ tlic importance of usiiifc uu ulwolutclyimre mlt." SHE we tire WINDSOR uiul no one couM inulte mt; tclitve there was Utter eJH in tbc woiM than my old utautlby 53 ARCHBISHOP RECOVERING Toronto, April well as ever lip the wplj' miwle to a re- porter's iiuiuiry today to tho liotilth of Archbishop who cancelled his ongHRomontH pn Sun- clay, owing to n alight India position. Rev. Dr. Kldd states that tfto Arch- bishop fa quite over his in disposition. MAKES HAIR GflROW Tlio Vrand Medley Drug Oo.. has an Invitfonitor that will grow hair or money back. Tlio time to take care ot your hair IH when you bavo hair to take oaro of. IE your hair Is getthis gradu- ally falling out, II cannot bei long be- fore the spot appears. Tho greatest remedy to.' stop the Sialr rfom-falifng tho Great American Hair Qronvor, lirst lUscovevod in England, SILVIA Cur- iitHhes nourishment to tho hair roota mid ao quloltly, that isooplQ aro amazed. And i-eniowbor, It destroys tlio Dan- drutt Rorm, the little pest that Baps iho life should KO So the hair from tlio roota. SALVU Is fold by. the Frank Hed- ley Urug Co. undor a posL'tlvo guaran- tee to ciirb OandrufC, stop Falling Hair nnu" Itching .Scalp In ten days or money 'back. A larpo bottle costn 50c. (Latin for Is on, every, bottle. 2 The picture discloses 3 skyline that reflects the prosperity and enterprise of Omaha's citizens. Was a Lull After Big Storm of the Previous Day (W .A. P. Report) Ottawa. April debate on tho closure, as was expected, pur- sued an eventful course in the Com- mons today. It is ahrioat the Invari- able rule of parliament that stirring Buenee are followed by days of com- parative calm. Although tlioro in pre- monition of storms before the vote is taken, tliw likelihood Is that nothing unusual 'will occur 'before next week, but that the rules will ba debated with the customary decorum tor a. few days tit least. Again the Hottue adjourned at an unusually early hour for this session, the adjournment being moved :by Mr, U. D. MacKenzto, after the members liad listened- to Port- age, for a couple of hours. Mr. Melglien denied that Sir Wilfrid L.aurler had been dnnled tho right to speak, or had been howlod down by the majority, as some Liberal papers had stated. He had boon merely de- layed for a moment in order that tho previous question, might be nut, as the only way to Insure tint ot tlie resolution this HOHBion was to cut off amendments, Had not Mr, Puss- ley moved the adjournment of tho House, ho snUI, Sir Wilfrid could have proceeded with his speech as Boon as the .'Minister of ftfarlue made tho motion. Mr. Kyte, who resumed the debate on behalf of iho .Liberals, when the House met, expressed doubt as to the British government would accent the thirty-five millions if it was voted by the Dominion parlia- ment under closure -rules. In a coun- try with so many diversified Interests, ho said, there waa no telling what In- terest, or what section of the noun- try would too hit first by their appli- cation. Mr. Aitkfn, of Brandon, who replied, argued that tho ruUs were necessary and that tho Opposition had made thorn necessary. P. n. Carvell said that the rules proposed wore much more drastic than those which prevailed In tlie firl- Use House, and that they would be abolished as soon as the Liberals re- turned to power, Tho country, ho said, would, not aland for rules such as those proposed. MR. PATTERSON CHIDES FARM- ERS FOR FAILING TO PAY HIS CAMPAIGN BILL Macleod, Mr. Patter- son's meeting ut Spring Kidfie, one of his supporters asked why he changed from a farmers' Independent nesduy night., when J. W. McDonald spoke for the premier. IlaV-elmero on Thursday night nave an attentive ear to Premier Siftim's representative, and give a ma- jority on the 17th April. H. IJ. meeting was the usual om% a beautiful array words flowing trcciy from the well groomed young man, u'bich cojisistt'il of abuse tor the- Siiton administration, :md llio members of Hit; tubmet. It no voles tor ''Bob." Ulaclcod is KiowinK more in favor of the government every day. and when April ITtli arrives and the votes arc counted the majority will on the Sifton side. candidate, to a straight Cmiserva-1 Itive. lie replied: After my nomimv- i tiou some refused to support me J secondly, tlie Tanners promised to pay halt thu expense ot the election, [they did not do it. I want to he as- sociated with n. party that can and will supply funds for elections." He is working this for all it will stand. Prominent men on the opposition admit tlio certainty of this election in Macleod for Premier riifton. Lib- eral meetings arc well attended and full of enthusiasm, Tho editor of.an PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY3 Your druggist, will refund money it PAZO OINTMENT -fells to cure any caae 6t Itching, Blind, Bleeding, or Protruding Piles in (J to 14 clays, 50o. ROUSING MEETING LAST NIGHT AT WHICH PEOPLE ACCLAIM- ED POPULAR MEMBER Tahcr, April Archie Me- opposition paper tries to talk at all jLean is sure of a whopping big ma- tlicsc meetings am! always makes jortty in bis home town ot Tuber, friends for iho premier. ivliere 1m Js so highly regarded and The opposition's meeting at Water- [.respected. There is no doubt about ton was a good vote maker for" Pro-j that. Tho people here more or less mier SUion, as .both the Patterson take it" for grunted, yet they have men got lost amid the questions that f not lost interest in tho campaign on met them, and their cause lost hcuv- j that account, for the school auditor- jily. Premier Sifton's side was ably ium was crowded at the meet-'ng held taken by Mr. Turner, who turned all I 9 Ladies'-. Spi-ing Suits cannot be .duplicated anywhere in You must see these to appreciate These a'.ui the countiy. them. Orf.ly fifteen in Sale pi-ice LadiesT Street and Evening Space Hoes1, not permit us to describe "these we have thejn- at tiny prico far below imagination. Our stocli: in that line is almost complete. Sale price to. The ot our fint) plain tailored anil fancy waist's, which had on sale' for ?1. 15 AfV 91.25, -only 142 left, to clcur 8 aUU LADIES' LAWN HANDKER- CHIEFS Regular 3 for 25c.......C Sale price, 2 for......... LADIES' BLACK AND TAN HOSE Regular. 26c per pair 4 c M Sale I O C LADIES' COLORED HOSE Iii' Lisle and silks, Regular 75e and Sale price oer pair LADIES' BLACK AND TAN HOSE Regular 35c and 50c. Sale price.............. See our 35c. Special. MEN'S LEATHER BELTS lu Ijiack, greys. Regular 50c and 60c. Sale .price............................. i MEN'S SPRING CAPS In ail the latest'shades, with a large range in ulue. Regular 7Bc and 51.00. Sale Price MEN'S SUSPENDERS In flne elastic and French made.' Regular 50c. Sale price........................... .MEN'S SILK COLORED TIES lu all shades. Regular 50 cents. Sale price................................... MEN'S SOCKS In all shades, Cashmere and Lisle. Regular 35e and 50c. Sale price 35c 50c 25c 25c 25c ONLY Jo MORE OF OUR SPRING COATS all in one lot; regular ?15 CC to 520. Sale price........ 135 PAIR MEN'S EVERY DAY TROUSERS in neat stripes of all shades Reg. 12.50 to; "price ANOTHER LoV OF EXTRA FINE BUSI- NESS MEN'S you pee them you won't want any better. Reg- ular 13.50 to 54.00. CC ..Sale price MEN'S COLOREP lisle and cashmere. Regular 60c. Sale 35c The ROYAL STORE Southard Block 512 Third Avenue S. Men's Spring Suits _ LOT NO. Men's. Suits la -tweeds worsteds and serges, iu latest shades. __ftQ fiC Sale price Men's Spring' Suits LOT NO. "Our. Special" Men's Suits in most popular shades of grey, blown, C4 Eft and serges. Sale price I I Men's Spring Suits LOT NO. of blue and black serges; also blue greys. This line Js our pride; all we ask is for you to see them Sale urice......................... Men's Spring Suits LOT MO, selected our hisli grade makes ard materials. a test to the public M fSK Sale price........................ 9 I H'.WV Men's Spring' Suits LCT NO. only, of the very best jnake suits- ill all shades, and all sizes. Regular C'lf ?22 50 to 526 00 Sale prico........ I I mJU ;