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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta MR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALI) Thursday, Febntarfr 1% 1013 at Bawden Bros. Everything ::"Re dl is ced We have too large a Stock of Dining Room Tables. To move we offer the following: IT 1'' El QUARTERED OAK 8 ft. EXTENSION TABLE, Gojaen[fin-.,, JsJt,i-1ifeavy pedestal. "''C^fV? Regular ?50.00 for.....�PHrU QUARTERED OAK 6 ft. EX-TFNSION Table, Early English finish: pedestal. Regu- # A J la*. ?30i00 for..;;3" �4, ,SURFACED OAK GOLDEN EXTEN8ION TABLE, 6 ft. Regular flS.OO $i2 SURFACED OAK, EAI^LY ENGLISH EXTENSION TABLE Sir foot. -Regular Cl 1 :?14;00 for ^> I I "V^ibritef'Fdr-initure Polish *ISiTHE BEST Bawden Bros. . LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST 'v' 1' ' ' H OM E FU RN1SH feRS fft i Ichener's Wobbly Political Record (Continued from front pageV % N-'709-3nd Avenue South. , A *"i:**OME HIGH' GRADE FOWL EVOK-ED" -ECONIUMS OF JUDGE- if T'V'.'T^ie.' Magra-rh : annual mid-winter \ \poulttjr show, held under the auspy:-, t4s*s'"of ;the Descret Agricultural' Soci-|  t'/sty�/#��k-*PlaceN yesterday and to--jSay^aB^ftorh; every -Viewpoint It was -^.A.' magnificent success. There, were V').-Wdly^aj^inany Entries "as there were -year,,,bui ,the quality of, the C tirda^JBhowedi a decided improvement. 'The jud^p'oifthe show was �.> N. iSBark^r)|and;itoV!�allvT'and showed; that ^j|jlie% poultry," business has assumed Wide'ftJroportions in this district: To $*ne directors js due a hearty word of CHIEF ENTRIES Dryi'Farming Exhibit Resumed �- in Many Enquiries About the District Cranbrooki B.C.. Feb. 12.-The annual general meeting of the Cran-bfoctk'. Agricultural association was Wld'in the City Hall last night. The president,-Mr. H. H. McClure took the chaiivst-8:15,- a large and representa-l.tl'fer-lbodyo-r membeTs being present. Iv~M'T&e-li minutes of .the last, annual i*ihje'ejlng Having" been read and adopted !.'th�-pEesident called for the auditor's '^report, before- proceeding to the elec-:tt6n."'0f officers for the current year. *'Oaie' auflitor, Mr. C. H. Ashworth, made' a' verbal report, and stated he had. been nnable to prepare a balance sheet for Iack: of sufficient information as to the allocation of several ite'ms--of .expenditure- in connection with the exhibits at the Lethbridge Dry-Fanning Congress. Considerable discussion took place on this, and.it transpired that the total expenditure over the Dry-Farming Congress was $623, of which the B. C. government has assumed responsibility 'for $441, in accordance with the promise made previous to the Congress that the province would bear the expense of collection and transportation of the exhibits to the B.C. portion at Lethbridge. The �441 has not yet been.received by the secretary-treasurer, and this and the balance . of $182 expended for the same object, Mr. Ashworth wished for definite instructions as to the way in which the amounts should be 3hown before preparing and submitting a balance sheet of the year's working: �-Mayor . Bowness, Messrs. Frank Dougall, T. S. Gill, S. Macdonald and W. Hamilton took part in the discus-si^,, as well as Mr. J. P. Fink, and Secretary W. Halsall, of the Board of Trader It was finally moved by Mayor"'Bowness, seconded by Hon. Presi: dVntjfW. B. BaTdgett, and carried/that the meeting adjourn' for one. week for the auditor's report to be prepared. ' .;� yThe members generally., seemed to be of" the' opinion that the advertisement/revived' f rpm the part taken by the- assdeiahbn in .the I/ethbridge Con-'gress'w8? >^e'l worth the .expenditure. KTl^ia ,v'view.was strcaigly confiTmed-by-'Secretary "W. ^alsall.'of the Board o^ Trade,.who is receiving many let-feis, and inquiries from distant parts o^thjB-itjrnited States, which, he states, afei.the ,'direct; result of the exhlbi-tion'itt 'Lethbridge. , , ' "iPresident. E. Y. Baker took th� chair'at the first social of the Over-s^jfe^uJkAw, '-the- year last night, a full attendance of members being present in,the Carmen's Hall. �(The fflrst;part of the meeting was devoted; to business, and this being disposed of a. whist drive followed, interspersed with songs and readings. iThe .whist- prizes were won as fol-flowsLviadies', Mrs. Strachan and Mw. 'iF. iLavWer tied, a "cut" giving the de-cision in favor of OMrs. Strachap/; gen-tlemans, Mr.' Hi Gridley. it was all round a most enjoyable evening, and the new executive are ,idQing.;:eyery.�hlng. necessary to bring about; aisuccessful year of office, and alreadx liheljp efforts have resulted in a considerabje influx of new members, v. The,; executive have- arranged that the first' meeting each" month shall be de'yotedj to a, whist drive, songs, reci-teUons^.Hnd ;readings, the second ;mpnthlytnieeting taking the form of a 'dapce)from 9.-till 12. The next meeting will.be,,on February 25, as usual afeythe'-Carmen's Hall. W\ "-Commendation; for to them is dire'to J',1 't,4~flarge-extent .the grand- success of ff-'^ifche event. �.-,.vi.''v-,.,: . � vv - . .......  .. . .. ;. . *,*� All "of the classes we/e well filled, Winnipeg,-Man. ,Feb. 12.-It will re- jMsid: competition was usually keen. J. 'Quire 'a three-flftbs majority vote of 'f*. r,s.;- ,T i 0 5-.�;�l't�- "Pao-ir C0fo_- Dandruff there is nothing that will lraK^fy*$le7,TAj'lSJ-OtllC- reiieve the irritation and Itching and IWWW'JOT^i�^*'A'iV:,Sl''Tr ATTt: -cleanse the scalp so quickly and thor- ^mV-' - fSlU-AAB- 0UglJ)y as HAY'S HAIR HEALTH. *,Wf>" ' L *;*HEALTH - Dandruff, if neglected, causes the hair swJSfcS.'^.W �*v,.urn . ~~ -taAc,* to turn grey, become thww you are-r-Why ^ . t ^^^unattraptilre and' lose ypur, charm l0^.ia7 , . . . t ,, . , ii'Mauty? v8 1 * The tfollowing druggists will refund p^pur/halriis^ey,'.faded,'streak- OT'^^-".^ ^M^g^Aj^yUIB. HEALTH J^P1;1}*?* HAIR HEALTH ,{J^W�fe '^-ftring'/ back,' -'the, payaM& maI- , BT�rBl^ffl[ffifl.nfl KluBti''e;-:.'aulokJy. IJI^T?'!?  Sign this adv. and take * �a*,XJJU  it to any of the follow-druggigts^and get a 50c size bot-", HAY'S .HAIR HEALTH and 1 f;�5HAMPINA^:-:S0AP. FRJBE, for size bottle of HAY'S Pl^^SM^jla .5wia^(^.;80A?^ttm for-$1.00. |�j^5J^m^^^^�: "i'.tf!^ faP&o* fP- Limited, Mr. Woolf also touched on the roads and bTidges built by the Department of Public Work*, stating that the policy of read extensions and 'construction of .trunk roads had met with an enthusiastic response from the farmers of the province, and expressing satisfaction at learning that this policy was to be continued during the coming year. The Elevator Policy In closing, Mr. Woolf referred tr; glowing terms to the proposed elevator legislation being- introduced by the government for the beneiit of the farmers, and expressed his regret that the federal authorities had apparently, abandoned 'their former policy of restoring to Alberta the ownership and administration,of her public lands and placing this province on an equal footing with the other provinces of the Confederation." In seconding the address, Mr. Bour-dreau also touched- on the growth of the province, and the increase In population. This latter, he said, had thrown a great task.-upon the Department of Education, as where there were only 560 schools in the province six yeaTS ago. there were now over two thousand school districts. "This great growth creates increased needs for the extension of government," he said. "And from what I know of the feeling of the people of this province, the. first minister was well advised In advising the creation of the new departments that "have | \ been added to the government during the past year." On the matter of railways, Mr. Brod-reau dwelt at some length. "Since 1905 the railway mileage of the province has grown from 945 miles owned by one corporation and operated as a monopoly, to over 3000 miles operated by the three great railway systems of Canada, and with '{lie power of the monopoly broken," he said;-^a great change has taken place. New tevri tory is 'being opened, hundreds of towns havesprungup, and all through this increase in railway mileage. 'Over 50 per cent, of that increase is due to the government's policy of guaranteeing the bonds of railroads-which will open up and develop the province generally." ,� Referring to railroad. work done - during the past year, Mr. :.B0urdreau stated that the railroad programme laid before the house-by the government last session: provided for construction of about 10,800 miles of road. Of this mile'age, already over 1200 miles, had been', graded''and ' 55c Friday Silk Bargains -55c- ' Worth up to 95c. Fine quality Shantung in plain, natural, and pretty Persian effects; excellent quality; 28 to 34 inches wide. > ; Friday Dress Goods Bargains - ..... ..'�'�;-65C- , .(egular $1.00 Values -tiliiS'E?''' Finest pure wool serges, panamas and--sl;epherdr-^-f^lnt^y' checks, in a'collection: of new spring BtMeBiSn^.-:'"^-1?. 4"'.. eluding also navy and black. ,r v 'V   ; ' ri--i--i--*-----**---'i-* *--|. - -i -ir-i-.-w-irv^rii-irtonrtfifw%ni'w^r,*M^rt wwa o.jNiiyiri'r^n % Friday Madras Bargains 25c -25c- Worth up to 50c i; : Pretty new-designs"'' in Madras, Muslin for curtains, siiit��b'le.,for- bedrooms, "dining rooms cr. living rOoms; all in lovely fine qualities-and all-; colors.  Friday Toweling i^i^aJn^ -8^c- i lill^ti^ Regular 'W/Zc. Values '; ||||g^ff iQf^ Extra heavy;pure linen,roller toweUln^^Mgl^H^^Q^^-" � � buck weaves; plain or-�bordere^3-Sw^i^�^^^w^-j'M' f Full bleached damask of excellent 'wei'ghfevan,d; /' quality, pretty'floral and scrolkdesittD; ?fi^^ahsk p.'i wide. , '  ; m:^if?i'!'A'i THE OIL-DEIVEN BATTLESHIP, QUEE^ ELIZABETH CHICAGO: FIRE DID E TWO OR THREE WIDELY-KNOWN FIRMS WERE THE CHIEF SUFFERERS Chicago, 111-,'Feb. 13.-Fire of a mysterious origin, which raged five hours today caused a loss of  $200,-000, � .the. firms-, affect3tl - being, the Brunswick-Balke Collender copripany, makers of billiard tables and supplies, 824.328 South Wabash  avenue ; Checkering Bros.,- piano dealers, who occupied the two upper floors of the five-storey structure ; Rothschild & Co.'s piano department, 330 South Wabash avenue ; G-. Genne'rt, photographic supplies ; -H. >; Pefc?rs Co., -lighting supplies, and the National Express company, all of whom occupied the six-storey building at 322 South Wabash. ' its The "Queen Elizabeth" Is oriei of the.slx dreadnaughts-which Mr.-Churchill, repiyinfl,to;Lord.Char es Beresford stated wold be ready on April VJpiS, In ^addition to the 29 Great Britain would possess,qn. Aprll._ , 1914. A novelty will be protection against alr-craft, as in over the funnel, and similar devices, probably, over-decks and venT tllating shafts. The single funnel is the result of all oil-fuel boilers. !, ' Boyle, Rutherford, Olin, Cote,. Cornr Budreau, dishing, Glendenning,'Hold-wall, Holdcn, lioadley, McPherson,. cn, Moore, Patterson and Kcmmis; Stauffer, Budreau, Shaw,. P.ufter, , Public accounts: Hon. Malcolm Simpson, Woolf, Walker, Telford,-MacKenzie, Hon. J. R. Boyle, Hon.; Tweedic, Michener and Patterson, m.; .Duncan -Marshall, Walker, Simpson, Miscellaneous, and -.-.private.^-- bljls !Holdea, 'Smith, Moore, Twecdie, RiW Hon. C.'.-W. .Gross,.Hon, :C;.\Rr^Jbpfe-:-vev\*-''Pushing, Lqssaru. and McKenny.: tl1-' H,�n;.f M31C�lm^acKe^ie"5^! ;-iPrin,ting : Hon, M. MrcKcnzie, Hon. nouga I, -Woolf,.- O'Brien,. _Campb?lUI jj."^.'Boyle, Campbell, Cote. Wi, Roberts, Stewart; (Lethbridge),.Riloyi^^'. Gauffer, sbaW) Michener, .and.Kemmis, j O'Brien.- Cornwall and Stewart (Leth . Standing orders :-. Hon. "A. J.Mc- bridge).- . Leau, I-lon. Duncan Marshall, PUBer, I.-'-jiuhlcipal' law: Hon. Clias. gtewT art,,#bn. J. R. Boyle,'Hon. C, W, C^bss^iypn. M- MacKenzie';;' SrwithJ; .Rutherford, Roberts, Oliu, Cushing:, McDougaU, . Twcedie .',''� and ' Stewart (LeMijjr/dge). Hon. '0. W.' Crpss, fen- R.Boyle, Hon.-M,. McKeriisioy'iKulherford, Rob-erl's(and''T.\vcedio, ' ' Agrlcultuve-,and", cbloniza't^bn, >. -Hon. Duncan Marshall, ..Hon'.- A., J. 'McLean,' .Hon,i Cha's. 'S^tewart, Simpson, Walter,'Wool?; Shan't Mci'fcerson, Tel-r__j n.. Brigge-"Do,' ypu' d,on't,- -No more pdint'ers for me, What I'm looking 1 lirSv1"'  uTSh. Hon A L Siltoa. 3i now Is a retrieve!.'' \,rj Every time a busher joins the ma-jcrs they class him ..'as a youngster. Here's'Catcher Carisch of the Naps- he's a youngster of 82;- ...'....'.. TfeQNALDSQN UNE Siearnshlp and /Railway Tlckett 'FROM ALL POINTS IN EUROPE ' , Can be purchased on this side . .:\ friends. Our way of* handling * this business is impossible ..to beat. Your passengers will ie-?-ceive full instructions. We - a'd- ,4 vise you when they'"will reach.' their destinations, * * ' RATES THE VERY LO.WE8T. RESERVATIONS MADE SAILINGS EVElRY WEEK 1 '' For full informaUopseoeteami. -ship and railway .'agents; '* .Ov write- t � '  H. E. LIDMAN, GenM Aaerjt, * 445 Miiln,street .Winnipeg!'flan, 'i -'- -^ "' iWiL 549849 ;