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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PH. BEATTIE NESBITT j *-Who died'in Toronto recently, after Vjp long- IllnSse. Dr. Nesbltt died an ijfccqulttecf mart In the public's eyes, for fH!he 'indictment against him in the /famous Farmers' Bank case, was ^quashed an hour, before he died. The ^.tempestuous career of this man, who _ \could not bo satisfied earning an en-.;-ormous salary as Registrar, but needs -must ,be "doing something'' big, has tcame to an untimely end. /Result of Special "Census Announced-- Statistics For the Year Past -\ r MILADI EDITED BY "INO" �Wit" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 BUILDING ;; - We are building every "day, ' In .a'good or iftvil .'Way, � ,/ 'b6 notified' toj, ?.Vrthis effect;  � �" * � * . '� " ;Tho vital statistics for 1912 Vere : jif.-Dirths, 43 ; marriages, 35'"j.-: deaths,; all resulting from natural causes '�^except one, tbe man at firs,t thought^ '\ -The contagious diseases reported; ii*.Avere: Three eases of >sca>rlet feveri Mapd three of diphtheria.'  |,v 'Convictions*: Drunk's and- disorcler-^ly, six icases'; assault cases, three. 4$ /The '.engineer's report  showed the: ''following'pfpe in the ground . 7" j ' " ;" * '..�'-). �� Mr. H. P. WllliB, who.Nhas'been on a trip to Great'Falls; fa expeoted back tomorrow: � . v .. . *jW Mrs. Niven,' of' Viictoria,1 who has been a. guest-with Mrs.. T. fe.- Neale and Mrs. J. D/Higin^othap^ left for home yesterday. '. 'v- ' �*  #  Mrs. W."-H. McLelland toas-iretttraed, from Calgary, and expects tqVleav� ;; r :�  � �� -i P  � f f&iSB^M. Deacon.-Gumming,'who has fbe^n on an e'xt'endia visit In^pokahe, ha^'retifenedJiand Ig.-staying'.jiwlth her sis^ter/^irs. 1*/tW. Quayle. A coiriraunipatlon.v'from Mr. Hiff Wallace, son $t'far,' and Mm:. J. H. Wallace, states;>that5i^lB>Gnjoylng Kis stay-In Los Angeles veryyauclv A number'of local youngi*m�n have issued invitations to ,. 1,404 The Flower Guild will visit the Gait Hospital as usual at three o'clock to* morrojw afternoon. * # * A well-attended meeting of- Wesley Ladies' .Aid was held jtegterday afternoon, when a busy time was spent in sewing for the Easter sale. �� . * * The Y. W. C. A. committee met yesterday afternoon, and the ladies decided to postpone the campaigh to bo waged In the interest of a Y. W. C.-'-k. until some- time later, when -^he financial outlook is brighter. � The regular monthly meeting'of the W. H, M. S. of Knox Church' was held last evening, and was well attended. The subject, "The Ne.eds of New Ontario," was taken up by Mrs. Hugh Scott and Miss J. McKay. The Society will hold a rummage sale on March 18, particulars later. : � Twenty members of the Mathesis club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. Jackson, and continued the study of King Lear. Mrs. "F*$hk-.Ai Stoltze was in charge, while' Mrs. J. Irving; Mrs. Crosby, Mrs. Jphnaon and Mrs. Dunlop took part in iKe.d{�. cussion. " The ladies decided to shortly - oijr' ganlze a departmental cl^b',. "whloi will.have four departments; as fol-' lows: '' -i .Vy- '' 1. Music and Dramatic Art. ..� 2. History and Current BventB; 3. Art and Literature. 4. Home Econorafcs. For the last department a" lecturer will be hired to give'instruction.-"' �. The Mathesis club is sursly  to be commended, for.ihe aprogressiyevJilrfritjl displayed. ~ ; r � ;.; Welsh Members ijubil'a'rit S , and Cheerecir-)^K^ the London, fob;,A^A*& exjifaordinary scene marked1 the''fihalj'passage of the and, led -br John Williams|>vthei pvin? isters' representative, began - \Q_ ?ing with great fervor in Welsh, : 'fh^ni lot our fathers," the Welsh)^,|i^herpi'f A cry for silence was followed%yT still louder demands "go dn":''"''^'"'"" Encouraged by. this exhortation Jilt.; Williams raised his voice agam''^nd; about a dozen Welshmen jpi'ned, .hixii in the singing. The lobby waito-$he House of Lords and reacl^a t\t$% ; du'eed. Roughly it may bo "^uid 'that?vs 1.465 house, while itf was" st'il'l sitting. This ! while the government has ^pfl 'over; 752i occurred' in the &i|e^*$Wfyiwt ont-) disestablishment, the churcj). l*?f^9n' side the Open flo6T*'Qfc*he-ntQWe- ' Pver disendowment. After the hill..heV' Total ..,.�,;,; The financial report ....... 9,7394 showed the 'k'.village"toTic in^a strong position. ''7 : D,| Eb"*0 ft P N ELf (WON IA w '> J. Stewa'rt.^armining engineer who k-Was broxigh'fln'from Kipp a few days :;.>go, suffering from inaanity/ and also V/pheumdnla/'died1 fc'his afternoon in the ^Galt hospital., He was "about thirty f'tyearB of age': ' Hi? friends live in.' Nova "'4*.@i)Otia!lv:...Interin0nt - ' will take place here. ^ *' 1 f -,. �' '--\- !,,' LAND TrjEffE. kOR EVERYONE -| Melbourne/. AVsl'Fob. 5.-A, return ^�jijepared' b/ the Commonwealth sta-B',;tlsyJ Jaome affairs, reveals tijher.fact that (tialrtiOEi/half/of Australia consists of iifupoooufi|ed'* Although. Walsh regards .ftl'niseif ''a'f seriously ill, he expects, to:,'4"pjBe|f torn the grand jury next l^ndaj'fB*?' / Oa receiving a report front;a T%r6j'! sentative sent, to. the; ,diBtr|9j**tej|| ney's office, Mr. Waldo,' in^njeji|fttiy suspended Walsh.': lt\y,*M$MfcM\$ik that-\slmllar i-acfclou s w.ould^5p|lil;|k:ertv later in,  the day wjth.> Ins^Qtor in .quiestion.^;, " M?f fi W.t ,Last:,'.night(i:'*Wal8h deniedfftnyt'od^*"' ^ectign pw-lth Jhe gj-aft >recfpin^ JyJ': A few hours lafer he mia^e tW fatatement''\re-paring for a new year's business-planning how we can better serve you. Benefitting by our past mistakes and concentrating all our experience and energy' in the one great effort to bring before the citizens of Lethbridge and district the most dependable mer-. .chandise the world affords-and selling them at^the closest mar-.' gin of a living profit, combining this all with a store service that stands'unequalled in this section" of the country.' Read.our this week's Friday and Saturday Bargain List and take advantage of the opportunity to make your money do double . duty , Cotton Filled Bed Comforters � Eighteen only, Double Bed size Comforters, fllfe'd with an extra downy quality of pure cotton carded into cross-laps to p'reVent lumping up in the wash and covered with absolutely fast color Red Turkey Chintz-Unbeatable value at our regular - price of $2.25. On Friday and Saturday $1 60 Knitted Wool Hose Boys' pure wool- knitted Hose in an extra heavy quality Scotch � yam,-and are equal In every way ,to hand-knitted, goods. .All sizes,.iS% to 10 In; regular prices according to'size were 60c to 75 cents. All one price on Friday and Saturday � Ladies' Under Vests ' Ladles' Medium winter weight ribbed Union Vests in White or Natural;;have long sleeves, high necks with open fronts and are fashioned at Waist to fit the form. Regular 60c lines A fig* on sale/or.................................'.-: .iy{.. .7 *f UC Men's Sox Men's Knlcker ribbed black iVire wool socks, In a good m'odium "heavy weight ault-able for present wear; card: of 'mending with each pair. "Sizev 3%'to. 11; regular-asc. On 34 Ie at Four Pairs for regular' sse. $1.00 Night Shirts Men's .English Flannelette Night Shirts, all well made from heavj' quality and- fast color goods. Size* 15 to 18, Our regulari$1.2S line jjgg Sweater Coats Men's All Wool Knitted Sweater Coats in Coat or V neck styles. A1I( wanted color combinations hei-e "for  your selection. Regular up to r............$1.50 Winter Caps Men's- Winter Caps in Tweeds and Worsfcfs49, with: eitiher fur lined or Arctic Kntt Ear Bands, also Scotch wool: Ablation Caps. Reg. ~* � up to $1.50 for....... 85c Ladies Shoes About a dozen pairs only of Ladies' Vlci Kid Bluchers; also Suede and Gun Metal; button ;.;Boots in sizes 2%, 3, 3% and 4 only. Regular $3.50 to' ?6walues for $2.25 Shoes Len s Men'S;: Box> Calf^ .Bluchecs, �wiih~soIRF*featnef�'Soles arid' heels, and medium toe; also in Gun MetaTttnd the popular swing toe;.sizes 6 ta.J.1. Reg: ular ?jj,50 'mlues. On- Friday ,-:and,'Satnrds$ at per paUjiS-fe.. ChHdrer^s Boots, Child's Vici Kid Boots, in $2.25 Blucher aadjv.B.utton. .styles; size's 2 to"&� only;- regular On Friday, and "^^Q $1.25. Saturday Dress. Goods Remnants. Friday and Saturday AtLgs, -' only .i...........VowBL,. Special ih * Glass Ware A,llriiited ^qVant*ty 0;lly� ribbed GlftssSyrup Jugs, with , lnlcTtel'piat�dr�,Htpn*atic syrup ri cutting top sj�d handle, well,._j worth the regular price of 30c -will gO quick on 4f� Friday and Sat, at... \ Ml� SlUf /- Sjate 0\yaership New South Wales i By Geo. A. Dorsey, Ph., LL;D., in Chicago Tribune. iy.^0n^y.-~A state which'would own |-ralJroads and lands and. proposes to �becprrie a a house ^owner nee Is brick;" iron, and coal. Hence New South scales goes in for state �"brickworks, js'tate/ gtone quarries, state iroKworks, sjate coal mlues-yes, \aijd state ha.&Ks. All these and many more J^lngsNew South Wales does, or 1st ahotit to do. r. .', ' "lias't'year the commonwealth labor 'gpye^rnnfent created a commonwealth;' pn)c, which, among other things, can; iiiSfl(}e|dehentures up to �1,000,000 and. tfaify.'iji savings bank business..: The States are also in the banking. business', including savings-banks. Thje' tqo'i^ftt'onwealth government wants the-: 8tates,:to go out of busfhe&s" aJs8tatesv !M$tei0Ln forces wlth,*the-:comfnon-Aye4|ih\dt) a realjy national bank. The 'aolld'.fQrces of fa.t are against this, and fat is. the government in half the StftttJB. There the matter hangs.. It topic and much discussed .ta^.'it^fl'.recent meeting of-premiers in Melbourne, *A w Opposition to.the Bank 1'"There Is more in the-move;:'than ap-^aV| on� the surface^ and'"that' is a ^OjOdj deal, The report ofsthe; Speeches' f(pr^and against a. federal -bank shows igj'at^ij; is not the states which are j^tlfUist^the move, butlthe whole con-'^epvative element of Australia. . To "pntfUit'another way,^hevsidabor party the^ federal partyCy. ;I|^eiamors for; j^ldor constitutional  po'wers for the ijotnjiionwealth and .a, corresponding 1fij|Wftl'BM�tVof states' rights,' ^Laborfc, organ .plays-the-tune' this ^^X"'] ,*'-*'......* - � ^ ^'s'V' -*j ^ -j ' 4^^Y�vfious times, and; seasons eat** a useful "enough -piece of furnituire in! Its, w"4y,.xthere .doesn't appear to be any goo^'reasonvwhy it should domin-j ate" Jhfe landscape. Thrs/ibusine^ss of the savings: banks ts,'a;-c(fse in'p'ointv � ."F^om'the first rstate premiers have dfepl^Ved/ the' bitterest  hostility to � the proposal t'o;establish a commonwealth baiki-for' the/"people's savings, and haVe jperslsted in:' sticking to their own pettifogging conc'SrnB. ?; ' 'f '^ostralift' stfands in'need of a bank wit^:thev':naflpn'at Its: back. She is going'to'have ^iC^ too; even though she ;IS:gafng"'�� W' somebody in the pro-; cess "of getting it. "..v-y, .Slate Premiers Denounced ' : ''Btl^'i'f {jbe state premiers would ojily /emancipate :themselvee from the-pariah pump", aiuCtake a higher view of j thJa.'sltuaMon^oijghe need ;suffer.' ��. p "It "is perfect^'plain "that'no bank | wJi|opt;>:faces ' gpi|ipeting institutions prun � b'y^ "tl^e slates 'can be of a truly national^ ^char^cte^^ The competition muVt injure:on$oV-t'lie'Other,,'and'prob* ahljFb'bth. ^BatfKIng Is an important function foV thePp^dpie Jt is of a con* 1 sequence so swaging in its nature 'that-; [{ft ire*dpmocrajio* daysy^g^vernments' tries. '''tyere> of ten;'subject -to' gigantlo* banWng'fitevest^: themselves; > " MThW banklr Ippnis too big behind the 'scenes.- His- hands are on too mapy.. wires :that work .the1 flgureB of pupaet statesmen. ^na^naljjapkw^i reduce hlro to: less-' &wjg�ro}uj. ''proportions. It will alisftiiqij (^|f the raoney monopoly.  " '-'8ato Savings ' 'gt^iJl:^^^|C^tyito .thB' savlngsj qf,- 'ttfe'-'Ip'*''!"1'"" ^-it* will, obviate such 1 fjflan^al ye'ars'' fight, as they proudly term,'it, against the commonwealth -hank, It Is persisted in, will cost democracy apd'the depositors dearly. "And it is a pity .because, co-operation is bound to come la theyehd*> j f great nation cann'o't ieedf^fe^bupisK' on the ideals of LHUIe Ped^Hn^tW." EXAMINATION !,FPRi ?�>||$1*IeER8 The annual sprln^''^an||!ifi;lon8,!fdr. steam engineers,will*I, ^Iieth-. bridge on FebrMfe 28 ^d^^rch.l. Nat. Marshall will odnd^fct'tni'"'examinations which will "EST ?;eld"in the Court House. '* '' r ' ' e'rted a'tylij^brMrlgtyfuI disaster, '^�usfrWl* j^'^f^rffltae'u that a,na-_ ^nnaJ[v6aAk;shal%xist.tTB l\ only_ to be; �^Hl}l)^^SluM,? t> �{L * I* $ EX-60VERNQR M1NINE8.0TA - * died suddenlyJlate"(jnr,Y?:e^^48T.!;^J CharJes F. Hubbard, B019 'First avenue South' ? LACK OF, MONEY DAMPENS IHE AROQR i t t ' ' ' */ 73w|iM WAR ENTHUSIASM' 18 9M&b&',>* 'BE,>ON.WANE OEEPITE. Af^/c , fl' jvitie* j London; ^"Feb. e^NQtwlthiirts^jmg Bulgaria's, warlike attitude it'JaUi-pall, ,AdHaftO;pIe and Tcfl�t|lj�' financial- embarraesm*nt Of'*5alp combatants, ana thiy M'SS-'eiVe] iasm1 "for � tlie war." !^"tty,,"j^qpjyi&. days longer. Two "penny arca-dBs'' ib JIb MS ;