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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY ITERALP Tuefidiiy, Dm'emlmr WORK ON HUDSON'S BAY RY. DEFINITELY STOPPED Looks as if Borden Government is Going to Throw Work to Favored Adopt the Laurier Grain Act j Ottawa, Doc. discussion tee -to tlio western people of early con-! day developed the fact that work on jstruction of the railway. Tito result Hudson's Hay railway had been swered by tlie.gowrninenl us to when govern men t would repeal tho nitvy law, U at all. Mr: Bonleu wiiid tho pollt'y of Mio govcrmuAUt lw an- nounced in duo courue.v Jleplylng t0 anothor' (juestiou us to the settlement of the Manftobu boun-j darlcs dispute. Air. Uordcii tmitMht! busis of. settlement hutt been nprecd upon, Manitoba being placed In tlie same posh ion lliianclnlly as the oilier prairie provinces. Tlie details were yet'to be worked Of the discussion a surprise u'in- Puggiey's two-page the house and believed to indicate uj Question on ihe subject of the Ne now UTningonieiit that be more Temere decree was again on the order advantageous to certain iirtercnts IIHV- j paper. Mr. Pugsley repeated the bolus law by the objection of wesi era Conservative members. Still Not A mi nib or of questlona nit jl. of former ralnUUr-of JiiHtlco. G. T. K Charter Expired K. Al. MicdonMU (Hctou) for u HUHjRMialpu'.iof; rules in ordsr in- definitely stopped wnii no assurance of when, or whore. it would be begun ayaln. Tho minister of railways of the possibility o." selecting a new starting point and a new route. The premier had no reply to nmlcc _ ___ .._ to the accusation that this course was I of fust session introduced by the worth, lie wanted to know if tli not a fulfillment or his definite prom- jeral government ami prevented from I Present government concurred in th ing special claims on cue government, j'liiestions asked by .Mossis. new jiniln act was amunmcwJ; Huphes and Taylor last session and being on -ilip same lines as answers given by Sir Allan Ayles- Only Four Days More of the Clearin Macaonald Notwithstanding the numerous sales, the people know where the Real Bargains are to be had and the success of the past few days is the strongest argument that best values are to be had at RYLANDS CO. Coming at this season of the year, when goods are most needed, the values here will be very much appreciated First arid foremost is our line of Ladies' Coats, the pick-of any on our racks at worth in value up to -122.00 Our lines of Ladies' Suits are aJl'-greatly re- duced, and some excellent values are to he obtained upward from ...........S9.50 A beautiful new line of Japanese silks, the 3oc quality, will be, put on sale Wednesday, at per yard............... OCA 1 '..................C3C ]XTew Hand Bags, direct shipment from manu- facturers, .specially'priced 'for holiday trade. Solid leather: gunmetal clamps: good val- ue at specially priced lor sale Wonderfully queer about our Men's Furnishings lines. We had about decided to close out this line, but were compelled to buy a few new lines to keep up the assortment and at the request of many of our custom- ers and being able to get more room in the space re- cently occupied by Macdonald Co., Groceries, we have decided to continue Men's Furnishings for the present Special Prices for the Sale Men's Llama Wool Cashmere Hose, 35e line, selling this week at 4 pairs 1 ,QQ New Line Xmas Ties, just receiv- ed. Specially priced for sale, at .355 and 50C Corsets, specially priced for this, ,sale. Ecg. ...-75C A snap in Ladies' Cashmere Hose, value 35e, 3 for -Si. 00; special- ly priced for sale 5 pairs for .TJnderwea.r, Ladies' white ribbed, special at, 355 Best English Pins, paper Henri Billions, white, 4 cards of assorled sixes for 25C Many Excellent Values are ticketed in the Store but not Advertised ruii'8 in oruwr TO in- renew (he charter of the Paclncrailway. Hp roil !e objected that thin only be done on the (iatlon of iho committee. Sir Wilfrid siitfsettod ttmt tbe unmnlmomi consent, of the house would be oiiKh. Premier llordou explained to the house taut the Grand Trunk Pacific charter expired on Dec. t, and the same time was fixed In tho centime between Ihe company and tho govern mont. Tli ere were thus two differen Question's. The charter might be tended and the government might not see fit to extend the time fixed It the contract for a similar period. Suggest ions had been inndn thai one bill might opver both mutters, Th-o matter had recently been consid- ered t.he government. The urgency so far as the Grand Trunk Pacific was concerned was that '-lit- time bavin, expired under the charter, when the company had a legal si at us, they could not continue the work, or un- completed portions of 'he line. 11 was it proper case, he thought, under which the rule should be suspendert, so that the work of continuing would not be interrupted. The bill will-be taken up tomorrow. Hudson's Bay Line Dr. Xeeley, of Humuoldt. moved for all papers in connection with of bonds on railway contracts, and for the order issued hy JlT. Cochrane minister of railways, in suspending ihe work on the road, lie said that :he action 01" a minister, which was pmrtfcnUy Ms first official act, had caused intense surprise in the west, vbere Ih-e early tcus'.ructioa of -ludson's Kay railway was looked up- .1 sis a matter of supreme importance. Western Apologist Mr. McKay. Conservative member rqm Prince Albert, said that he was re pa red to endorse some of Dr. Kee- ey's remarks as to the necessity for he construction of the Hudson's Bay ail way. He was not prepared to gree, however, that the present overnment had done wrong In atop THE FOOT TOGGERY The Classic Shoe for the Classes ins the contract. Had JM-. Xo.eley eeii as zealous in tliu lust few years s hi! is now, more iirosrcss might live boon made with the railway, he leader of 'the opposition w'uen mmis.tpr liad advocated tlie the N. T. R. and Hud- son's Bay 'railway. BIG CfYENTION OPENED TODAY This afternoon accredited delegates iroin 31 Hoasls of Trade in Southern Y.M.C.A'. torium laa thV animal meeting of the Southern Alberta Boards of Trade of Southern Alberta. The matters which tor discussion, after, tho election fti .officers for the ensuing venr were; a teity commissioner who will give all ris time- to the work. P. L. Leech vns mentioned in this connection. Hail insurance under government su- ion is also to he discussed. Pre- sident Leech .last night had j phone conversation with Hon. Leads in looking after the Children's welfare in up-to-date Footwear. Solid Goods with honest values. Let our MR.J. W. NELSON, who is a can- didate for School Trustee, help look after your children's Educational welfare by electing him to the School Board next Monday. Your individual and united support greatly appreciated. The Classic Shoe for the Classes W. J. Nelson Co. Dun- can in which .tie latter stated Unit n government measure would he introduced covering the mat- ter. .It is proposed to tax all land at the rain of.twp cunts per'acre to create iho necessary fund. Then if any farmer wishes to increase his policy ho may do so: by paying extra insur- ance himself. It is understood th ranchers and' speculators are bittcrly opposed to the measure. Labor Legislation The government will he memorial- ized regarding the matter -of-labor legislation. A resolution will be adopted asking that a .permanent Board of Labor Commissioners be ap- pointed to investigate all questions arising from labor troubles. The idea of sending a boosters' spe- cial through about fifteen of the ag- They Keep the whole system in the pink of condition. Their singular curative pro- perties discovered by an Indian tocivilization marly a century pounded since 1857 .in iha Comstock Laboratories at Brockvllle, Ontario. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills have i remarkable record for consistently curing coaitlpa- purifying the blood, banishing headaches and clearing the rtuultuful during -June or July ot next year lor purposes of publicity and advertising tor ihe Dry Fanning in; discussed. 'Hie provincial government has promised to Imcli tin1 pinjrci, in iiunisli the speakers and exhibit car lor the trip, ind also to give rnmncial aid. I V Mr. Burns Will -Speak John T. Burns will be present to I address (he meeting on matters eon-; ice ted with the Dry Con-: .cress. An eflort will he made Lo have the fanners of'the" various districts make a special effort to prepare ex- hibits for the Congress here next Oc-j tobcr. I Matters connected with the natioir a I highway, i.he building ni much needed railways in Southern Alber.ta, the-establishment of a bureau of in-, formation regarding Southern Alber-' ta, and uniform lien notes for iigri-; cultural implement concerns will all i he discussed. j A meeting of MIR executive was held this morning with President Leech, Vice-president Hatch, and Messrs. -___ ___ Knrreh, Manwaring and P. L. Leech jn jts power to attend rjeda ]jresent. Two, sessions' will be held, of Lethbrhlge. He also said that this one at four, o'clock anil one in the city deserved great credit for socur-' evening at eight. [ing the Dry Farm in fg Congress for Visiting delegates will be entertain- next >'GaT which in itselC means mueli The is on ia THE OPPOETUNITY IS HEBEH YOU HAVE IIEAKD OP THE Great Advertising Campaign FOR f Silverware You Im've read about it in Magazines and'NewsuaDora. C. W. Gray, Hardware Hus been appointed Distributor, ana is authorized to make EXTRAORDINARY PRICES FOR THIS CAMPAIGN the Chinook cluh hy the enter- tainmeiit commitlci: of the local Board of Trade. to tbe city's welfare. SUPT. PRICE VISITS THE CITY WAS ME A GERMAN SPY? Portsmouth, Grosse, captain in the German merch- ant marine, was arrested on a charge of being a spy and arraigned today at police court here. Tne magistrate re- manded.him for a week without hail. the C. P. R. nng a very warm n.terest in the future development of !shffl his w Lethbridge is a fact which caiinot bo disputed. General Superintendent 'rice of the western division, was in the city today for n shore time in his nfrate car, and when interviewed by lie Herald he expressed satisfaction DOUBLE HANGING AT NEW WESTMINSTER TODAY New "Westminster, Dec. Tones, who killed, his wife 'last Aug- nst, and J. .Meirshi, a Japanese, who nVurdered a 'fellow countryman in northern British Columbia, were hanged here today. The execution was devoid of unusual incident, Jones e following a long series fie wa-s 60 years of apo his wife had two grown un sons. RULED AGAINST' BEEF PACKERS Washington, Dec. smiren Packerg trial in Chicago until tho ANOTHER YEAR OF GRACE Ottawa, Dec. bill will be in-l court would lie able to pass on tlio trodncecl In the house this afternoon vith the amount of business being court of the .United States today lone here by the company. fused to grant a stay of tile beef 'rice was specially impressed with be 'atmosphere of optimism which ___ exists amongst the ireoplc here. He constitutional question raised by tha extending the South African warrantaj ooks for a. great forward move in tho puckers in habeas corpus proceeding, .'ill the end of progress of this city. tho Iler- ayj's conversation with Mr. Price it m'ayhe inferred that the C. p. R. intend moving its trelght sheds as the present location is totally inade- quate to handle the Increasing buci- effectively. Jir. Price hinted that: tbe Idea of the C. P. n. was to tr ans- fer the present freight sheds over to the side of the tracks in the 'Iclnity of the new overhead bridge. Cure would be tiken to secure a lo- cation convenient to the city. Mr. Price also sakl that the removal of the freight sheds would pave the way for further improvements Intended hy th> C. P. R. Thin would seem to In- dicate that the new station is in sishl. .Mr. Price was In pleased of mind as to the '.'uitiru R-rowlh of this city, and promised tiiC' 25c, i tlmi thc c. 1'. II. would do everything Tor Dainty Tests Bavril Snnchvidies linvc Ilie lulvaiiiaffc of be- niisy !o prppiiro, piquant'! np- Mini very milrilious. All that is In Itecf fcs In Huvril. ;