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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta If k CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acadia Block FIRST SHOWING OF MILLINERY AND READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS READY SATURDAY MORNING PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK Unprecedented Beauty Characterizes this Initial Display of Beautifully Tailored Suits and Goats and this Wonderfully Attractive Collection of Most Becoming and Specially Priced Hats to wear with them Its a display arranged to meet (lie demand l'or elegance, refinement aiid individuality in women's wear-a display lluu again forcefully demonstrates that this store is without a peer in Lethbridge. as a place to satisfactorily supply your needs in the way of all kinds of spring attire, and while prices have not been the prime consideration in .selecting this .season's stock-but rather correctness of styles, perfection of fit and thoroughness of tailor work-still in every instance you'll find values particularly strong and prices the very lowest obtainable on goods of like quality. Stocks are not altogether complete, yet with Easter coming so early we would strongly urge an early inspection and selection when you see what you like. Perfectly Tailored Suits Of Excellent Value and Wearable Style Without any exception the most .attractive models ever exhibited by this store-shown in a splendid variety of newest novelty effects as well as in the perfectly plain man-tailored styles so much in vogue this, season, and at almost any price you want to pay. Most Popular Style Suits Perfectly plain, guaranteed Man-Tailored garment That you could not have tailored to your order for less than $50.00: made of exceptionally fine quality worsted in navy and grey. Coat lined throughout with Skinner's Satin, finished at arm holes with silk shields; has neat in-east pocket and manuish collar and lapels; skirt is perfectly plain with high waist line. OtWer garments of similar style which we can recommend as the best obtainable for the money at $20.00 and up. ... 32 Most Attractive Spring Coats I n Three-Quarter and Seven-Eighths Lengths { A good many full lengths also included for those who prefer to have thes?-who  rp.pIieiC. with ; some lieTa-t, -said' 'that the govern-I Jiieii t's plan was in exact accordance | with the promises he had;irrade when ! he was leader of'the opposition. Tu* j admiralty bad been consulted and on AFTER ALL THERE IS NO BETTER TEST OF ANY ARTICLE THAN POPULARITY. ASK YOUR FRIENDS WHAT THEY THINK OF frdrWarrbUSka-packet, and it' it does not please you your gi ,|'o i^t,iJna^ohr.ihpney, * I the advice received it had decided ithat Canada should- tip .her share to j contribute to the defence of the em-jpift;. There was no reason why the I question should be submitted to the '.people. Then came the voting, with [the result recorded. . ,,'V As soon as the figures {or the second division was announced, Mr. Mondou proposed his amendment and ; spoke in. support of it until after midnight. ; The amendment was as follows : i "This house, while prepared to adopt j political .measures for the Canadian '. territory, declines to concur in the � said resolution because, it contains [provisions tending to impose upon i Canada, who has no voice in imperial 'affairs, a share in the external responsibilities and naval defence cf i the empire, outside Canadian terri-. tory, the only portion- of the empire in which the Canadian people have no constitutional authority-" | When Mr. Mondou had concluded, | Sir Wilfrid took exception to the amendment. He said it was not a (proper amendment, but a motiou to : negative the proposed resolution, j Speaker Sproule was inclined to agree. He said the proposed aroend-jineiit was at variance with the principle p� the maiin motion, and was ! designed 1o replace it. He ruled it out of oi*ti?r. i The main resolution was then 'adopted on a vote of 115 to S3, a government majority of 32. I The following seven Nationalists bolted and voted with the opposition against the government: Gilbault, .JolieMe ; Barrett, Berthler ; La-marche, Nicolette ; Achirn, Labelle ; Jfondou, Yamaska ; Boulay, Rimous-fci ; and Bellemere, Maskinonge. Col. McLean did not vote. Premier Borden then rowed ithe scc-iong readjng oi the bill, but Sir Wilfrid Laurier objected and alter a j short interchange of the views the j premier decided to lis it for Tuesday next.' Dr. Warnock's Views ..- Dr. Warnock, 0f Macleod, said that it was aibsurd to say that a policy bl a Canadian navy is1 a separatist policy, in view of the fact that the British born people of Australia had decided in favor of a navy of their own and against contribution. lie was quite certain that the member from Brantford, (Mr.* Cochshutt"), would never have doctored the Laurier policy a separatist policy, if his manufacturing friends were able, to produce even the semblance of a warship. . Or. Warnock expressed the vietv that the visit-of Premier Borden in Kngland last summer had resulted in a good deal of harm. Hitherto Canada has been paraded as the good child 0f'the empire, but now as a result of the developments in'connection with the'free food tax propos- als, Canadians are>>being told by certain British journais that they are too. precocious. Canadians are now being lectured instead of praised, and probably serves us right for the interfering Tn Imperial politics by the Conservative party:'-It has been left to the western farmers, who have-been stigmatized as disloyal to assure Premier Asqiiith that they do not seek a food tax on grain. The naval emergency, Dr. Warnock said,, was a myth. Mr. Foster in his speech admitted that the admiralty ! memorandum does not. establish one | and fell hack on. alleged confidential information received.-.-by the premier. As a British subject he opposed the contribution of three dreadnoughts because it was adding to the burden of the British taxpayers. E RATES AND TAXES LAW TO BE CONSOLIDATED-WANT LARGER FEDERAL SUBSIDY Fredcrjcton, N\ B.', Feb. 13.-The Provincial legislature was opened with the customary ceremonial this afternoon at .3 p. m. by Lieut.-Gov. Wood. The speech from the throne promised legislation to consolidate the rates and taxes law, and to amend the public utilities act and the game Taws. The hope was � exf pressed that at the coming: cbuf^i:-ence of .Maritime Provinces thei premier of New -Brunswick's olaitnt.Sor an enlarged federal erant would be te% cognized, and that the D&minjo'ftigov-. eminent would also adjust tlie; p'roy-ince fisheries, claim. V ." % The revenue for the veat waS stated to have been $322",100,- slightly; lower than in the previous,year. High;, freight rates have, as it was stated, mitigated against ..the. lumber trade during the year, hut the general prosperity of the province is unabated, and business conditions are fairly satisfactory. Special government aid to agriculture was foreshadowed in the speech, as also hew agricultural schools at Woodstock and Sussex, N. B. Tlie growth' of immigration to' New Brunswick was' favorably* commented. (lpoj|...;,, . ..J? ';. LEGISLiftTURE MET :hi THE,Cl'TY'S WISHES Ayiuh'ip^g,i :F6b. ;'1'3.^-In committee �Of the legislaturethis morning tho bill p^>mot�4 jby4J)'e '.rie*w municipality of; Fort.;GaiT3', which the city of Winnipeg claimed granted extraordinary-powers, wa,s I amen'ded , to the satis- faction of the city, and consent of Winnipeg must now bej obtained before the municipality :eaa build a street railway into; the 'city. The apt pointment of a munlcipll;commission-er with wide, powers ^ais taken out of the hands of'the government and invested fifca ^ote of ratepayers or the provincijil public utilities commissioner. J. "... 4F --M and r is j^enten o The best of everything on the market. We sell the famous Sealshipt Oysters. Bear in mind that all our meats are grown in Southern Alberta and that it is profitable to YQUR I)IGESTlON AND_ To buy the Best when it Costs No More Phone 452 G. A Across the corner from , the Court Ho^s^ 31057? ;