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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ��.ajSBS'Hftw A', 3W TMirsflajS February 13,1913 .�^Vi. in TUB LETHBKIDGE ftAILY HERALD Page % Semi-Ready Limited : twi .fmrrnent ia Guaranteed to be made of perfect material*, thoroughly sponged and ahrurtK, sewn \yith �llk and tailored so carefully that It will retain Its sbi|fje. If the Garment does not prove satisfactory on ajl these points, the purchase money will be refunded. Retain this flMarantee.-It should accornpajjy ;any request for refund, as it establishes Name*.......the 9eml-Ready agents claliri^jjon t^he Company. '�,.''. .,- Dutfl.af Purchase..... � MI-READY, LTD. Montreal, Can. GUARANTEE FACTS OF INTEREST TO Semi-Ready Limited This Garment is Guaranteed to be made ot; perfect mar. terials, thoroughly sponged and shrunk, rewn with silk and tailored so carefully that it will retain its shape. , If the Garment does not prove satisfactory on all these points, the purchase money will be refunded. Retain this guarantee-it should accompany any request for refund, as It establishes Name......'.�,,�.... the Semi-Ready agents claim upon the Company. Date of Purcha.se..... SEMI-READY, LTD. Montreal, Can. GUARANTEE = EV�RY WELL DfRESSEi MAN With a Few Remarks Concerning the Policy of Our Store A Gentleman's Ftaberda^hery . "... m, mini,;........... � ........'...... � - 'i-./iiii" i' ' . ">'"� .......* It's the natty little "livings'* -diat'':|^p;;-:t^e-and character to a man's apparel, nobby Shirts, Ties and smart Hosiery. �'' P[ To look and feel "smart and stylish'1 is an easy matter for the man'wjko trades here. Our New Spring "Special Order" samples have just arrived and we can give you a Suit to your exact measurement.. Our selection includes one of the best and largest range of tweeds and "Worsteds in the neighborhood? The only clothing in Canada that is sold East and West at the same price. A Night for the Men Folk The New Semi-Ready Store will open its doors to the public for two hours .tonight, just to get acquainted, we cordially invite everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to visit us in our new home. No goods will be sold. On Friday morning at 8 a.m. the doors will open for business, and everyone buying a Suit will be given his choice of Any Hat in the Store Free This offer will last for the first fifteen days of business. Semi-Ready Limited Thl^QirmenttiIs Guaranteed to be made of peff&tmat" terials, thoroughly spongjsd and shrunk, sewn iv/IW silk' and tailored so cacefiilly-thaVIt will retain Its sh^pe, r: If the Garment; doeaenot prove satisfactory on all; these ; polnte, the'purcha*6j?money..wll� be refunded, fleta^ln thl8 �? pjj^��te*r4t-. should accorripa^y-frny rtfquertt for refund, as It eetahHehee v Name..........|. the;SemkReady agents clain^mjoiuthe, v.-rv ;>"V - Company.- . ; :', ., SEMItREADY, LTD. Mon^re^ Q�nV . GUARANTEE HEADQUARTERS FOR MEN'S FURNISHINGS Semi-Ready Limited Date of Purchase The New Semi-Ready Store S. C. Bateman : New Empress Block This Garment Is Ouar^teed to be made of perfect materials, thoroughly spanfied and shrunk, sewn with-silk ' and tailored so'carefully'tjiat It will retain its shape. ' If the Garment dois not prove satisfactory on all these points, the purchase mprtey will be refunded. Retain this ' (uanaMee-it should accompany any ; requeet ,for refund, as It establishes Name............,..... the feml-Ready agents.cJalm'itp'on'the" � Company. . ' ' Date of PMrchasjs...., Sj|{yil-R E ADY, "liTD* Montreal, Can. GUARANTEE tl; The Saskatchewan Grain GrowefsVH&ve Brtensn ive, Frqg^^Don t l^e fjgn. G. E. footer * j__ Saskatoon., 'fH>. 1$ -Hospital elevators for th� treatment of..' damp grgn* amjt p$ef, internal storage elevators will Ijei urged upon the Do- review of activities for'some years *past. 1 :'' \ -'� i as % ^$;Wfcafc)#f as oaanf ner- the operation ot those clauses iar| the Manitoba grain apt regarding; oai distribution. . Poster Didn't Please A; Just previous to this, a lebterlhad' been sent- to the H,on. George ITQSter,. couched in the strongest terms,'seating forth the; disapproval ot our association o� permitting of tani^ pcring with the act that would * in Saskatchewan graifl; gcqwe^p'. asked 1 any way weaken the statutory right the Dominion; gjoj^ern^ejit"!.:>tp;: give ; of each"individual/ shipper to .a' '/car' thenj a chance t'p-Jp'vlrc^a^coalsflelds ,' in turn. To this the minister! gave a-' to supply prairie^ pBQ]jiQ("^v,vtb,.' cheap very trenchant and ludd rep^y ^qet^ fuel..AecordjuH tp^Kfi;V!G-xe|nJs/report ting forth that he had heard; evexy-this.-l>Blfr' 18:nQWip:v!W^C'Jto^ga>-^vp�t- .thing- grain growers and their depur vata^ interests, ^*^i^Wt^b4ef''. no-: tation '-had. to say,- that, he- agreed, chance to hid foP^tSj'pi^sebsign^The; with them in some, and�. advisdtk us;, sti^^trugglp toJ^U^�*i!ft^6tention I to wait and. give,the conirnisslon\ i - --"'-*- ---- chance to try out their  ideass- and' r then' if we had fault to. find, Improvements to suggest, they" wbuli'. receive the. most careful consideration. > This, however, was no^^tlsl: factory, it was no't considBr^iV-i.^ei to, place in the hands of ar>yj|?i|j^iy4--i; dual or group of individuals, thV|>6^. er to give' what should be gua.raijte^^ to all by statute. '' ^eeiiig' ; the process of selling ^n4v^jn]ging^ their i ping in th& fall-1 tion clause was left 'intact in'^^th� It 1s altogether rfo&& fli* thela0t +Mug> 0n which no remedy" was 'bei&:?r� Ipne^dulls^e/siipejjltfl 4n4wes)ceps the aohtqi ^althyyl^er. gestions for drastjtj > r^n|e'dies under the q^iminaUcod.e^,', ' 'fj-i > \\ The growing apiris'qf V seeking to vidp4, other than the one he .-proposed, and since then they hay'p. hjBerR: ,r.��n+� u �,i,.j-*ai ��'-*--'v--. compelled to exercise the exact tuatx fcr� z^i&gl^ii ^to are concerned, in^u^lqg ^and./se]ling ! ' is endorsed, and^^dggflfiiiions/.fp? fur 'Wins the ^^mm^pfi KesQlutiar(s �pMSci,a,MB^K6; work of.4fae two grea^%M^^V-.J^dge Mft^pJ! ths ^9si&tm�^^^^� and Sir Riohardifia|tw^htj,l4arq al-sft to be put tojVmtflfE^^ Mr-. Green's, rmoMSta^ .MJust previous yoju will .EememhM of TOSCAMil New York, N. Y., Feb. 12.^.^^, tlne^e �saoc^tio^^-W^',-jjeMrned Carter, President of thp Bijotherfioca Km WMVfo, ^^SWWm\^ an i �^ liocomotive PiroWen and. 'Engiflls interview ^^�ftiEj5lii5S5aj,-~ I--- ---1^-^ -^- �IH PART Mi1. Gleriister Made a Fine Impression - Mr. Bentley Also Spoke act and missionv "Cgifjtair, there beiiig little or no eJsfiiteroiBru. Harry. Bentley and; Jas. .'01O;ijiater both, agreed- that the industrial question was the one 'thing paramount for the future,welfare,of the cityi President Johnston tried: his hfB.t t� infuse a' little, ginger into the audience, hut no bn^ seemed disposed to st'^rt* a discussion. " '�>.:�'�:'�',..- Harry Bent|ey : . Mr. ^entley at the' outset of, ihis remarks' said he noticed; in the newspapers, the other day that there, was ijMaLft-ftialk of appointing ah industrial commissioner. He thori^ht the city sihould'^satisfy itself first of all on the price of, power fop manufacturing pur-tpos^s- and lurthei' ^g^e'sted that in place ofi appointing an Industrial commissioner it would prove, more beneficial1 to get in touch-with manufac-tir?e,B, .through the medium of trade newspapers and magazines. It was. necessary to advertise pretty freely as lihisfwould prove produc'tive. as soon asXifieibasis of Power can1 be..estaijiishV ,|e'd!Htriea we coiild b.end;;all-our. eneiv gie?,aV^uiclUy'as. poas^ If a.co.m-;mlssil0ner iB appointed hjc would be in !faypr;;pl giving him a small; salary and 'a*commission on all bnsiaeBs .w'hjich he ^ilhjlijjiring.to the oity,; as it waa.cmly ,by.'gesults thatr the worth of such, a, -raan-'lcquld be Judgeid. JJr. Bentley ;alsjw,ef,iBrred to th,e medica,l exarhlhar $qii||;J5^;pbhdltipns un(ier--whiclv^raiik -'"'--"ghtinto tfee cl.ty;; 'ar^d thjp.u^ht matter;s^oula^b.e looke.d i4td further delay aerlt was rteees^ milk bottles should he- thbr-. .......... t ^ , _ f.. sterilized. The candidate, also Jhis opinion:!WaH 'street 'was ^npa^itafyve,? to the tv�ti!tmenlt.'.)>eiii8;f&aiv^-' '�}.U�'4or-tt(b�.'�ftua-tion;�;,:v..'.r ,tt-2i^di.pu^to, certain fa?njejfs':in: the- '*''' J,'ter'^tj/being fined'^fon- tieing their. J"'*"iA/' ' telegraph'rpples. * This sort not .look 't^nnd to him'.i us e^ery|nf^|^p|fe|[^d'; the'firemen's leader gave this *'as.iter Ot/b goa home in quicker tiraQ"thaj^/rn&. kinds now used. I havedoUby^Oi^';r ever, whether I-shall be abIe>lsuc'o|fisv?'. fully to challenge the iraperial^at ud. 4 farm at Trakhenn to, a race withfSeb'iil-*'' calves." ' ' -Kfi' >v  .He continued; v if - "After my experience, J. a^VRP^'A vine'ed: beyond doubt that; thpfO'1!-. DIDN'T KNOW THAT THE GUN WAS LOADED Tisdale, Sask, Feb. 13.-A shooting accident occurred last night in the Willow Hill district 18 miles sojith of T,lsdale, when Alfred Ne'wcome a prominent,farmer of that place was shpt through his left breast, the hul-le,t passing ihtfough the lung towards the right'aide. , The shooting "was done with a ?2 rifle, which waa in the foAnds of his brothoivin-law who was; cleaning it, the magazine supposed to ba,'�mpty. . , . He was rushed to town and Br.'' Mi* Kay of Tisdale, took him to 1 Prince Albert rhoapita'l 'on this morning's Jra&i. Recovery is doubtful., ' * ' (W. A. p. Report.}';' Berlin, ;12.^Brdr>e^pr-i gav^ a mpst mterefting^cq'unt^-'Iiis expeiriences as a farmer, -in.anJ'in|p^-' al speech Silvered. tPdayr'6e^o^^;jha German agricultural c�ijnc^i,vHe^;w�ot into details in: regfrd*: to �tte-i&^F,0^^ meats he had ma|e on, hip eM^te,>lat Kftdlnen, ginc^ VM h&had-lnefea?Bd the arable land there -itak  jito;^ acres; besides reclaiininB..3(l6,;acre�|;pf meadow land, which -mj^yiau?!^ &d jLtipduq^q prac-tiqaUy notWJJS;--4;Itv Sfo-duced 225 tons of hay,-*ejldies"pw&-ing 7Q to 80 head of cattle ip 18W�9� 1911 it yielded 45 tons'of hay aB&jma> tured 12Q cattle and:90.:hors9jB4i/;;aaie; Emperor said: , "I intend continuing! these1:1 exfls^t m�otS: w an ontlylr^^t)^?�^!^df from which Fhaye:ewicted^pa;te4^i,;^^^iBS^li^-rye hitheo-to unknown in'EJaftt Ptufl^a, He said: ( { ggs . "The neighboring, fainieiis^,WflSse rye had been, badly trka^ed sa'w^Jth astoaishni,ent my rye^^^S^'gt^ri eara erect,, like the Wflce^i of^nyiM'a-'' laps..- Whea in the out^^uiii^qe^sj was haulcd-'irithe f^rjri^lcroSra^^),^. fore my hwn�' a^d-,fairly,Midg^dl1 eacjh other to\gftt.lhe^eja.fvS'd^p-, cellent business'1 with .,�thjB,t ^^'^leiv M OK 14 lQet�nje,.^h/ 12,-r^The' brother pj5 Kihg rflcjholaa pf M^pnteneg^o waf seriously inferedr in 'the,y7 , % -f o , Tokio, Feb. "12 -rTlia-new J Pre'mier, � Count "0010,1)06 -Ya andf the irtemhera oS bfc qahi^ ^ postponed their - official in^tallatsp^ c4BQ8 owing, to the d�fiia�n �Jt�-th,i Q^d constitutional"party V6 to' nB� ' port any purely nwrBSrtK cahiwH,,"* TJie diet met today and in�nffl*aj�-Jf ly deotded to a ( MlKAwq oupa or ^rainjllate.a augwr wi*8& oni pbv ofr,warm;wB)ta,r>.and ^tir for two minutes. Put 2%.ounce�-Qf iJirex U^v .cents.' w.ortii) |n a l�-ounoe bottle, aflft ftS4jUe,�MBar'S3m�p. � "^SS ful every bne, two or tl r^o lJOU Tastes eoqA. '- 'V* gjves^ataost Instant reUrf.-i It P^"^ fore the reclamation this ^and ^duoe^ W I.m�W>pn�^' I loads, iSut after that Ti^^ttnOmx ^f&^^m^tm ,experi�M?nt oi^^8in�ifito,|fpli Qui timaan' \oi nou�#w!Y� ,t'DrR4uce;d, remjarkahte 'atatoi&gfm Hp 0tw.Vlifci, '�wl.*(lteajT�ufc'' Thp Emperor further* 4635 08681210 ;