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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Satijrday, April 19,1913 THE LETHBB^EBGfi DAILY HERALD Page y Tour new Spring Suit made to your order just as you want it. TT^LEASE remember that we are JL tailors-expert tailors-"the cleverest tailors in Canada," as our customers term us. Our Special Order Department is a separate organization under the personal direction of the head designer of the entira Fit-Roform organization. We will take your measure and make the Suit to your individual order, just the way you want it made, ^ � The choicest novelties of the season-In styles and fabrics-are ready for your choosing. . 753 McKelvie & MeGuire MPERIAL HOME REUNION SCHEME BOARD OF TRADE WILL BACK SCHEME TO HELP RE. UNION OF FAMILIES SHOE POLISH The EASY polish Makes Shoes Laat Longest:^ r.P.DAU�rco.ui. BuiiUo^Oit. IN OF HE FIRE Edmonton, Alta,; April IS,-Following: complaint^.from business men all . over the city and charges by one of its mem'bers that tlie Western Fire Underwriters' association is a monopoly ,the board oJ commissioners ot Edmonton today adopted resolutions urging the provincial government to rappolnt a commission to investigate the new local rate, an iucreage of 25 cents per $100 over the former charge. Tlio commission will also be requested to report upon the advisability of government regulation of insurance rates In the west. J. B. Brown, president of tlie Edmonton .Wholesale Merchants* association, says la a letter to the commissioner .that owners of fireproof buildings here are paying 83 cents per $100. asagalns-b nine and ten cents charged tor the'same risks in the central states. Workers in Lethbridge having families in the Old Country will be aided In bringing their folks to Lethbrldge by tihe Imperial I-Iome Reunion Association under the auspices ot the Board of Trade. At the meetihg last night, which was somewhat elimly attended, all present seemed to be very en*husiaBtio over the prospectB to this end. About a year ago the matter was broached, and a committee appointed; Although the guarantors for the fund for this purpose seemed to ibe available, the matter was dropped for some reason, and at thd last meeting of the board "was revived. It had been ascei'talned that somewhere in the neighborhood of $10,000 each month was being sent by workmen in Lethbrldge to their families in Bur-ope for support. The idea ot the association was to establish a fund for the purpose of aiding these peoplg in bringing their families here, thus keeping this, money in Lethbrldge and uniting the faim-iiies, making all concerned bappler. The plan is being cajTled out siic-cessfuUy in Winnipeg, Regina, Mopse Jaw, Calgary. Edmonton and all the cities of Western Canada, a(nd many, ot thfi large cities in the east., The movemont is very extensive and is substantially Canadian in origin and operation. As a result of the movement in Lethbrldge, seven applications have already been made to the Board of Trade. The plan as outlined at last night's meeting is to flrsb ascertain the rating of sthe applicant, his Position, occupation, earnings, etc., and the amount he can himself put up. Then the record ot his family or relatives is as$25. tags in theiu,. Watch the ash as you sinqke "Plot de Fine Looking 10c. Fine Smoking J. BRUCE PAYNE ' LIMITED, GRANBY, P.Q. - .4. era Canada this summer, and it was ascertained by the boacd that Lethbrldge was not included in the itinerary, ; As this delegation will In all exeits publish a blue book ot their trip, upon their return, it 'was thoiighti almost imperative to have Lethbrldge brought to 'their at'tention, and to this end a.motion was made to have thfe secretary bring the matter to, the Attention at W. A. Buchanan, M. P, �nd rei^uest him to take it up with thp Minister, of Trade and Com-,mer'V�,' Edmonton, Alta,, i^pril 18,-^CUy hall reporters for the pfess of Bdmon ton are figuratively up in arms ovdr Mayor Shw-t's order that all muniot pal ne'ws be given oub'iby his office. Th^y.jnterpret this: as a "gag," while' the May' the river, one of them being bajiglit by a piece ot ice and thrown on his back He was taken under the ice for several yards and drowned.' Mr, Jesse Picket,- who died yesterday in. Taber, will be brought to Raymond and .burled ibday. His death was caused by riieumatlsm of the heart and dropsy. His demise was very sudden^ and a great shock to bis Raymond friends, .and they extend 'their hbartfelt sympathy to the parents arid .brother: and sister of thp deces�ed, ,, On �Wednesday niornlng, MerlU. the nlne-yeai'-old son of Mrs. Ellen Bry-ner, died f.rorii a gathering in his throat. The' doctors werei unable to diagnose the complaint. The boy had been ailing' for two weeks, but the malady acted just as a common cold until last 'Monday, when complications began, and. the result'was death on Wednesday. Mrs, Bryner ls"a widow, her husband having died �lght years ago. The sympathy of the town is extended to Mrs^ Bryner and her threeojiildrbn in this their sad hour ot bereavement. Casper Gunnlspn, -who was recently hurt at the Buck Ranch, left this morning for, ills home in North Dakota; Mrs. J. P, Holt left this morning for Tgber, where. It is reported, her son John has appendicitis. Mr, 'Davjes, of Cardpton, was in to\ya today. " / Mr. A, G. Dahley has gone to Brooks look over s/ome canal work, ^. V, Thelln lias gone to Cardston to work for the, summer. ''The Bar Keeper's Crime" will be presented on Sa'turday night at eight-thirty by tbs^FJrst Ward Primary in the Opera House. Tl(e�brother of Mr. Will Bullock, of Ta)bej-|. passed through Raymond on his way to their big farm southeast ot Cardston. , Last night at 10.30. Miss Jennie What is Your Exact Shape? Your Type? Are you Short or Tall, Stout or TW.n?, Are you Short and Stout, Tall and Thin ? Are you Average Stout, or Average Thin ? Are you Medium Stout, or Medium Thin? Or just plain Average Man ? In a word, what is your Physique type? You may be able to get your size in Shoes or in Collara-right to the quarter size. Do you know that you can get Semi-ready Clothes to fit you- right to the quarter size-no matter what physique tyjKs you may be.  That 13 the advantage of the Semi-ready Store-and we have, you in one of the Physiqile types, either A, B, C, D, E, F, G-the Seven types of Man. It would be impossible for us to keep every size of every pattern in every physique type-^but we can have a suit for you in a few daj = if you do not find it iti stoclc among the 300 and more styles and jjuttcrns we can show you. Semi-ready Suits from SIS to $40-and every value the beat possible for the service and skill we offer you. We promise that you will be interested whether you come to buy or but to see. The Semi-Ready Store Empress Block_S. C. BATEM^N, Mftiyatjfw Buhler, of Raymond and Mr. T. W. Bowen, ot Magrath, wei;e married by Bishop J. W. Eva^B, of Raymond, The many friends of Mr. .and Mrs, Bowen wish them a long and (bleaaed jour-;:* ney, Visitors to I*thbridg� include Mark -. Collett, W. S. Rouse and L. D, KiKg; ; To the Few Without Real Anti^Skids ' (It ifBrts to rain, or the street (priakler jfets busy, and you are in your cur.) Suppose the ordinary non-skids, you bought are worn down in the centre of the tread. You are getting no more protection than if you h^don the regular every-day plain tread. Yet you naturally desire to be spfe. Or Suppose you have on plain treads^in either case you Jmmediately think of chains. .  And- �^;-:;-:v'::. ::� Suppose you are in a. hurry, and have no time to stop; for cKains even if you are willing to cut your tires to pieces using them. You then rvn your auto half on the brick pavement of the cafs/tracks, and half oii the ' "wet. asphalt, because you are afraid: tariii^^e^l four i>tey3^b^^ afphalt at one time. Suppose in iKiaking the various turn-outa from' tlie car tracks you h^ive ' one or tjvo "near skids." .1 ' ' And �" g^tT^vS^ppp8e you equip your car with Dunlop Tractjjffl Tr