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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8. THE LETHBRIDfiT: .DAILY Sahinla.V. A. E EASTON CO, LTD. RetiringSale Previous tp Being Succeeded by the New Company, January, 1912 Substantial and genuine reductions in Buggy, Farm md Team Harness, Saddles and Riding Bridles, 'Halters, Whips, Robes, Blankets, Pads, Tents, Suit Cases, Trunks, Bags, and Ladies'Hand Bags. Bargains in Harness ToiiiAv'll next Spring: why Eegu'Tar Sale--Price not b.uy nowand p.rit-fio.OO in your pocket. Here Sale Price are some General ieain-harness, will) -Regular Regular -S48.00'.... Sale -Price in. concord and hall, top holt liauic. leather col- lars, 3 and the excepticji of Wegulur Sale Price our special.- .Regular 129.50 "Our Sale Price CLUB BAGs We lia-ve a splendfd !me of In genuine 'Walrus heavy cowliide, in black and leallier, r.'lined. Thesp bags ate n useful companion in elKng and make an ideal foi either or a'enHeman, CLUB BAGS Kegulai Sr> 00 IMce Kcgulai 50............Sale Price Begulnr 00 Sale Price Rcoubu SIOOO.....'.. Sale Price Kegulai M2 30 ,r..........z. Sale Price ft W Just in Passing By "Weary" Some giriny rose up tlie other day iiml ;coli a poke at the city dqds for Superintendent McCauley oi the Calgary street railway system, to act as consulting engineer in nection wi'ih t.he construction of our ov.-n niilway here next summer. He .seemed inclined ID consider this ac- tion a iiieoe of presumptions nonsense seven-.gointj so-far as to say that if the present engineers in charge are nut capabfe of handling the job they should canoed and new men put on Now. we might just state'in .pass- 'that in our humble'opinion the council did a mighty thing in securing -Mr. McCairfey to keep a weather eye on the job. Me'is a prac- tical street railway engineer, who Jiot only knows the game tlie ground up, hut who has worked .in every department. "His" knowledge practical, with the theory of experi- ence. Hia experience tells him at a glance where ro look for trouble.and how to remedy it when he spots-it. U'e know that he has the goods; he- cause we have seen him'deliver'them ill large bunches up In Cow Town. -Vow. he in.to receive to give 2-eihbridge the benefit of what, he fcnowg on a contract-. Does look like senjle foolishness on the part council? Not very had. In making this., move, remember that the council is reflecting in no. war on the'ability of their'present en- gineers. They have handleii iho .en- terprise O fnr but it is %mipj> to back them -up on worK they proba- bly, have grown rusty on, by giving j them the ready knowledge of a crack- I erjack. And-Tight, here, .let me stare that he work of. Superintendent Reid in. {.laying out the shebang so.'far lias No. i hard. He has work- ed: -in hftruiony ,with the other depart- meivta. with the result that all con- tracts "for .the system will he -.let three months before the Mayor tirni; the -first sod. There's system that counts to that kind of work, .Mr. Held has his department in fine sliape, and he takes a pride in it. might it not be i good idea for the new council to start j off ear b-v adding substan tiallj tq his salan cheque Its com ling to.him, and-none but the'chronics i would kick. x- Gee, what relief: no Bioi'e-elections "tblg; year. The. sound of battle nlrich tfas been in overtime the three months, ia "Tone, ami the fragments remain. Peo- ple who guessed {right can sit back, and aay "I told >you while less fortunate .mortals; grin -and bear it. and W> e H ihon next time r j-------- rrhe "last election was a hummer, v. hlle it had the boardg and after the of Battle had cleared awa) it wag-.found that Geo. .M. Iwid got the declilon on points 1 he vtas emlner j s-Tti-afactor-. ro tlie mijor ity pf the ratepayers too, arid we may look Voi i jeai of something doins all the lime. 7t is generally conced- ed that the'Mayor-elect has a progres- sive heart on his stioulders, and if people stand by shouji] Indie out a strong line during the coining year. He may consider himself fort- unate, too, in the bunch picked to sit .with him at the council -hoard. The people showed what they tlirought ot Shorty and his govern; ment, when .they boosted Him to. the head ot the poll When a man tlfl %otes with in the field, he may be sure, tlie people wairt him and want .hini'-ba-rt.'--He-may consider it ,a_ teat her' in his cap., and have 110 qualnis about bavins his picturu done in oil to hang "with those or the Lthei worthies in the .sanctum it doesn't look as .if the people made much of mistake'either in eler ing Skeith, Ami and William- son as companions, in misery with thi .Mayor. They; supply, now- blood to the council; and IS they stack up 'like they look, they're a ..hunch of cnickei jacks Mayor George will be getting soon doping-out. hia'cabinet for next year. Ofifiouree, lie occupies the premier's clurtr himself, and should be able to do himaelf proud from the iop of the Then he has Uvo fix- tures'.- It's a cinch that Shorty will the portfolio of minister of pub- lic works. What he doesn't -jobs on haml isn't worth Knowing. .On the olher, side or-the table will ha found Charley holding down he financf portfolio The nth er oltttimer and mine magnate Tim Vsticrott- will continue o look ifler ihe heilt-h of cho Iidies ind the bah led Portfolios tu ill lit found foi the other he ill set foi the In htston So en body boost 7" MILLERS FAVOR STATE CONTROL Want' Premier Bprden to Implement Promises About Terminal Elevators CTiiUl'li Out Dec I lie Uomin SiUIike It.h D.c I0n S lolhl 'nsscl1 oircnli ot the three beec bugir. tlie lesoluHon ummmous cnnij nine1: hindle priciaallj BEET SUGAR MEN ARE SUMMONED Whereas. The Royal Grain com- NATIONAL PARK h'ky Be EvtahMshed In Plan Is Up Washington, J3ec. estab- lishment of a national park in Color ido, totally -different, in character, it is -cnid fiom unj eMstiug paVk and much closer to -the centre of pppu'la- ioh -ihan any 'of the present reserva- is recommended in a numbet of letters received by Secretary of the interior Fisher. The general idea of having a targe park at or near --the place proposed appeals to said Sec- retary Fisher today, "but before such VcUoa is taken it would be necessary 'to an examination'made of tho Therefore, it would be necessary to submit -the matter to Congress, as the department has no available money, even for the sur- vey; The park, as ..proposed, would Jn- cluOe an area of about acres. Portions 'of Larimer and Boulder counties'would be includ- ed, and -the in Long IJeak, Gmnd Lake, ,and the canyons of the Big Thompson Hirer. Waterloo Pi'esbyterlmi Church vot- ed in favor of church.union. a more nutritious and more to sack than any other flour. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR from the Vbttt from moat aalact farms In SaalUtchowan. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR MADE IN MOOSE JAW circuit, court of New York under the; '.'Whereas. There have been .serious I inti trust complaints of. fililpinents of cond-jni-jl The officials summoned are L. R. Cutler, vice president and. general iimii.iscr., and II. G. secrc the Utah-Ida- Davirl ned wheat.heins delivered straight, gride certificates, fiof-withstanding; I the fines that have been ;unl Hon. H. L. Horrid, de-i cliirpcl during his trip through uest that he-was in favor "of'govern-'; I tarv arid treasurer oi ho ,Siigur company lary, of Ilic Amalgamated' Sugar i incut owned operated company, and C. W. former j dependent commi-ssions, he it presidi'iit of tlip Lcwislon Sugar com jiany All oflictals, together with 'Resolved; That the .Dominion s issociition, satisfied that the government is respctul. tb: .Joseph F. president of the i the terminal elevators at TJort Ar- lUnli-Idaho compiiiiy, were suinnroii- thur_ and Port, request, Kirsl', that the" bill to intro- ed to ippeir Tt thi, ftrleral so-called'f'sueai'1' trust u puchlo, 19JO. "The sugar company, oOicials belli duced .bv ilon. Geo. tJ. Ko-slcr provision for liifi immediate acquisi- tion of all terminal'elevators and .do (d'hrfng wilh them to away the .advantage that own- N'ew York (lie records of the con from 1B8IT, 10 .Itilv COOL ROBBERY IN .EVERETT ,8ANK Kvercu., DSC. Riverside branch of ;be Bank of Commerce was robbed of between and by a hlghwnyhinli Just before the closing hour yesterday. The man who was unmasked wait- ed until rtll the customers liad and then went to the window and a revolver at K. Kroger, a bookicedpcr, who waa alone In the bank, demanding all -the money "it. Krqger gjnvr it. am! pihe hold- up IiurrU'fl from mining and grain interests he not in'the handling." j .SENTENCED TO OKATH j Tims. foreman. Kcnora, may eye-sight., t remit of an Wilbur Keed, .colored, was this moni- I ing sentenced 'o dealh by Chief -Tus- tici: Mowetl, fot; t'hc miirrfcr -of Frank nn .Tuly The execution will take place ifi March. This is a Rust-Proof Oven You can scrub 'the oven of a McClary's Sask-AHa Steel it can't be harmed> with soap and water. It of McCJary nick'el-stecl, the best material for oven linings known to the trangc-making craft Moisture, from any nrvor'affects, it It resists all rOst'and'can be always kept clean, 'iweet and unitary This exclusive McCl.iry feature is but one