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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta IS ^1' , i k ^ ^1 1y b I ' 1 r p hi V-^7i^' ^ ft ALL TRAINc Windsor Alberts otet a: �: - - I. - "4 ' H � ' � � ri E :. -I 1 .'J 1 ^ T - r ' 1 1 = ,L- ^ ' -as �-'�'ft ' 4 1^1 t � V. V 9| -4� 1' (i 1 _ f ^1 .4" .1 T L  - Not the old fashipued kina tnat makes your nrniB ochp nnd your bade tired, but the light, strong, sharp, steel kind that make gardening the plea&ure ft shouM be. Buy them now and get the full use of them this season. h - t1 - \ 1 � ri In - L4 Handled Here New and are ing' goods for tl\is daily.' Wpex^^^^ all tlie follow- CALIFOrtNlARHUBAR B-r-Extra tine Btocfe Price 2 pounds for................. 3Bc. PRE8H SPlNACH-Price per lb........ iBc. RfPE TOMATOES-per. lb. a^c^ CALIFORNIA HEAD LETtUCE-p^r head ..18o. HOT HOUSE LEAF LfeTTUCE-per lb. ... 3Bc. CUCUMBERS--Extra fancy large size, ea 30e. COCOANUTS-^aoh \l 2iSs QREEN dNI0NS-erties of our Easter Bock Beer are most appreciated Solid for Archie J. R. Milligan, of. Purple Springs, was in the city last night to attend the big Liberal mass meeting. 'Purple Sji-rlngs, like all the rest of the towns in the Lethbrldge district riding will go almost solid for Hon. Archie McLean. 1 �* '"1 t r f L - One's k^itude is quickly dispelled by a glass of this pure, invigorating beverage I It is an" ideal Spring Tonic, and helps the , iiystem adjust itself to the change of season On iale in kegs for a limited time THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND Seeding Conditions Ideal L. H. JelUff. 'who is in the city today from hie big farm at Spring Coulee, says seeding conditions are ideal. The prairie is taking on a green tinge, and it will be only a few weeks until spring has displaced all signs of winter. The farmers in the south are busy seeding, and the acreage this year, will be up to that of other years. The Red Cross Drug CITY AND DISTRIC r , A Calgary Candidate Rev. 8. Bacon Hillocks, who is ccn-testing one of the Calgary ridings, in the interests of the ConserYatlves, is lu the city today. Has Alberta Investments Dr. J. H. Smith is in Lethbrldge from Huron. N.D, Dr. Smith is looking over Investments in Southern Alberta. t94�iith it. edutti X TUFF, FROPftlETOR Opposite T^rHlliB PHONS BTI J* on Our pHcefi for traction engSae* gearing are genornlly 10% ttipae of the manufacturers, V Also wei keep the gearing for the Reeves and Case 32 H, P, In 8to6k for Immediate shipment, AJl'. gesirB ;of the beat seml-stcel. . PHONE 332. � �'�,v.i 11 * r Iron Works UETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Former Lethbrldge Man W, H. McLelland, the Calgory bav-TlBter, formerly of Lethbrldge. Is spending the day visiting friends In tbe city, � City Engineer Abroad City Engineer Blanchard, who is spending a few days ln� Saskatoon, investigating the filtration plsnt there. Is expected to retura home about Monday next. iPONY EXPKESS AND TRANSFER DOUBLE AND SINGLE DRAYd Office 408 Pound St, J. FIGQIN8, Prop. Phone 63S When Uneedus Ring Up 632 . , TRUNKS DELIVERED to any part of the City. FURNITURE REMOVED COAL C.O.D. and Book Go.. Ltd. ' \ f: I i Third Ave. JMGINBOTHAM LlMffED FAmliy A Oifciitrnatng Chemlsta 1- i 0m-:PBONE 554 1. MALTING COMPANY LIMITED 1. 4' 1^ THBy SAY THE DEMOCRAT TAR-IFF IS FREE TRADE IN MANY RE&PECTS L i � lb b l l � l /Washington, April 10.-Tb� Senate finance committee has determined not to have hearings of the tariff bill, tak-libg the position that tiie hearings conducted by the bouse ways and means committee iu January were atifficiently tl^orough to cover prac-tlbally-all the points the Senate deems U necessary to consider in connection with the pending legislation. JivJt is Relieved now that the tariff iai\K After it finally reaches the Senate will not remain In the committee than toil 'uayti. Some expert Senate was not In session today and members continued the study of the tariff In private. Republican forces are preparing for a united attack upon the democratic revision, on the ground that It not only destroys all protection to many American industries, but that in many features it Is practically a free trade bill. It is expected that a conference of republicans will bo held within a few days to discuss some of the more drastic Houses Are Scarce A large number of houses are being erected In the city this spring. Realty agents report a shortage of bouses to rent, there being fewer vacant houses than at almos any time in the city's history. Nearly every day a permit lor a new (residence Is applied for. This morning \V. R. Virtue took out a permit for a $2500 res idence on Sixth avenue South. George M. Hatch applied for a permit for a house addition la North Lethbrldge to coat 1300. F ^ un(y the Water Bow Island Booster R. S. Beattie. of Bow Island, arrived In the city last night, and is spending the day here. Politics is the one topic of interest In the gaa town, and the result la never In doubt. To Boosts Lethbrldge - Tl^ Qity Oouhcir waa In special aea- sion until alatie liour yesterday after- noopt discussing questions relating 10 InduBtrlal development^: Nothing trans- pired Whicit'would be ^.given out for publlcaiion. / BANKING SYSTEM Your Good ^ J J. B. FORGAN THINKS GOVERNMENT SHOULD KEEP ITS H'ANDS OFF BANKS To Install Officers The United Commercial Travellers of America will hnve their installa-features of the proposed democratic I tion of officers at the K. of P. hall on revision. House democrats met to resume consideration of the tariff bill in caucus when the house adjourned, the chemical schedule having been proved. ap Jtestljmony and some of the new infor- "6^ upon certain disputed Ideas may be secured by the commltiee but �6 open hearlng^i 'wUl be held. The HOW DID IT HAPPEN Calgarj-. April 8. - Harry Smith, five-year-old son of Henry Smith, met deatti^ today when a delivery wagon toppled over on him. orushlng his skull. There were no witnesses to the accident. The driver of the wagon had entered a house to make a delivery, and when ho came out he found the wagon overturned, with the boy under it. Saturday evening at 8.30. Mr. O. S. Chapin. of Calgary, Past Grand Councillor for Alberta, will officiate, Pol-lowing the installation wlli be a social until 12 o'clock at which Mr. Geo. Mltford and Mr. Fleming will render song selections and Mh S. Sadowskl violin selections. All members are requested to attend. Light refreshments will be served. For furthej: in-fc-rmation apply to Mr. F. E. McCaw, chairman of the entertainment committee. We have a select quality of ALtJM in For this purpose* 10c and "2Bc BOXES Ottawa. April 10.-James B. For-gan, president of the First National Bank of Chicago, gave evidence before the banking commission,' today. He did not believe In an extension of small k>cal banks in Canada, as experience bad shown the branch banking ayetem to be more efficient, and W n^ore economical. Tha weakness of the. American system, he believed to be in- tHe difficulty of a large number of local banks individually controlling r and.carrying their cash reserves. This ;:;r6^;^4oW(^coburn Who woilt Jrt diagulso to the Star Theatre -In. iToPontp to witness the* show. He 'does n9t believe In the cfflcl^incy off the censors, and saya thati Censorship' should be followed by prosecution. Alberta Outfitters DOMINION BLOCK, SIX.TH PHONE 1736 4 arT: S4 KM W; WILL ASQUIIH WANTS tb KNOW WHETHER BRITAIN SHOULD ACCEPT. . CANADIAN SHIPS -P J- Our plant la now in operation and we will pay market price for any quantity of butter cream. Write for particulars. !tiOndon, April 11.-The Montreal correspondent of the Dally Express (UnionlBt), cables:. "Reports cabled J. D. Higinbdtha & Co., Ltd. CITY AND DISTEICT To Build an pleyator The O^ilvle Mini^K-Cb. have com* munlcated their intention of erecting a atandard elevator at Irvine this year. v/. Going to Spkoane Mr. Robert Crawford, northwestern agent for the Northern Navigation Co., was in town yeatefday, eo route to Spokane. -"J 7-' \ I - BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 1: Cement Plast All Interested in Convention 31r. P. P. Woodbrldge, secretary of the United Farmers of Alberta, will address the farmers at the conven-1 dent, i er ated Iron Metallic Shingles i^repared Itocrfihgs SHIPMENT PRICES RIGHT i.^.^. STRAIGHT OR MIXED CAR LOTS OUB SPECIALTY lion on "Profitable Marketing of Products." R. J. Hutchins. vice-president of the Great West Saddlery Co.. who is greatly interested in mixed farming, has communicated his Intention of attending the convention, and will apeak on some phase uf the market question. C, A. Pollard, the poultry expert In charge of P. Burns & Company's ranch at Mldnapore. will give an address at the convention on "Practical Methods of Shipping and Marketing Poultry." I New Dayton's B. of T. Officers  At a recent meettajg of .th* New Dayton Board of Trade, ttie folloiwing were elected officers: JohhW^tesel; president; R. W. Risltiger, -vlce-p^esl- and M. L. Gordon, �ecretary- treaaurer. May Meet Monday Secretary Hay, of the Board of Trade, intimated this morning that p meeting of a committee bavlng the work of the Imperial Home Reunion association lu charge wpuM likely be. called for Monday or Tiiesday of next we&k. - J y f Ig^pea 755 and 1755 t,eth 1245 Second Ave. BUSINESS LOCALS . The D, and'm. of B. dance lu (ha S. O. B. hall Tuesday. April 16th at nine o'clock. For invites Phonal A Noted Hortio W. T. Macoun, Doxrif^loh hortlcjn* turiat, arrived this afteraoon froija Qt- tawa, on his second aim'jaal..vr this disfcrlct. He is h^y^ In tfee l|itBr-esta of horticulture in i^l Its it^n.ofi es, and wUl atudy weTittfrid. CP�^lfj thoroughly, so that be TOl,bl:*�! sltlon to heliJf'this bra!j^"^;bf^ 4^^^ ture^a muph %9 poaalbjet-. fHe e to return In mld�unimei?t ^ v '^ij and: odfcaslona'.^ panics. The distribution of gold reserve among 25.000 Individual banke. all undertaking to c(?ntro,l and carry their own share, was ^'unscientific, wasteful, dangerous and Impracticable." i Mr, Forgan thought therfe might be a danger tmm too many mergers, or concentrations of t]he banking capital. - Yet^ conditions might easily iiflse ivhen a merger would save a bank. Mr. Forgan aaid that without Intending'to reflect In any way on the usefulness or desirability of external bank audita and Inspectlona, the val us of which be fully appreciated, ex-i;>erlence compelled him to say, that It seemed Impossible to establish any system of external supervision that will at all compare In thoroughnesfa hnd effectiveness with organized internal'supervision that Canada noyr (has In connection wl h Ita system. Everything considered, he would aavlse the Canadian government to |c9op lt� bands off bank supervision br anything. approaching it. The minister's suggestion for a aharehold-efs' audit seemed to him what was wanted. With the excellent system of lotemal, Bupervialon in force, includ-ing audits and inspections of practi-oaJly 0verythsng outside of the head pfflcea of banks, it seemed from a practical standpoint "QUlte feasible for experienced accountants to make satlslaotory audits at the head of- |lcefl. though they should have pow-' aa: the' act atatea, to visit ita. The Creamery Co. m 801-7th Ave, 8. Phone' 584 caused-periodic Ughtnea^ o^.money; from tendon atatlng that the news- pai)erjB piiibllahed telegrams describing the .summoning of the police to the. Dominion Hoiise of Commona have caused great astonishment and indignation.^' . As the foreign jpresa obviously ihfers a denial that such an 'extremliy waa reaorted to, it may be as wtiU to state that the report came through a prominent news agency in the following terms^; "Debate is pro-coedlng ,with much! bitterness. Disorder'was so great at one time that It was foun^^ necessary to call the Dominion police into the chamber." Every evening jjaper in Jjondon gave prodilnenoe ip this on their pla-j cards. It Ig significant that no morn-! ing paper today rejpeats the assertion.! K^lriHaTdie wlil^aBk Premier As- � W n qulth in the Hodse of Commons on Monday whether he la aware that the propoaal of Mr. Borden to make a loan-gift of three battleships to the Admiralty haa become a matter of acute party controversy in the Domln-Ion parliament, and whether under these circumstances he will ask the opinion of the (Jablnet.jOn the propriety of suggesting to the Canadian government tho undeslrablllty-of pro* (ceeding further with the proposal. Regular TO SUE GUARANTEE .C41g$^y.f April lO.-The city au-thorittca have decided to take action ^igafiisi'the Guaraatee Company of ^^thj^^nierlcat surety fpt Jormpr ^Idi^tmim' Harry Mincheii, who has /W��ft^ �Epmaoded to the supircpjo, court ^ ^^i^P^'^tl^e of embezsli^i^ $8900, Sale At Galvln's Sale Barn, 3rd St. Lethbrldge 8 head of, choice work horses, all broken* 3 Single mares "I _ J l Z saddle ponies -j 6 fat cows. : 6 dairy cows, all milking of Harvard ^m^'^^^ii^^^ne^ the offer to ^feiiidhip UvrtfV^*^ to St. . : '�i J' � r -1, '��1.  3 Durham bulls ? - TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONER. 3 1' b _ �2. f 1 ..1 m J? I r � N 4 ^s ;