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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lctkbridgc Daily Herald. Monday. February UNSEASONABLE WEATHER 4- WING TO THE GOLD WEATHER a great mjiny people were uriabfe to attenf the "Saleot Furniture and'House Furnishings at TKe Turpin Furniture Co.'s Store, so in order to give all a cnance t to secure some oj theManyBargains whicn will be sold at Manufacturers'Cost, we have decided to continue the I Sale for ANOTHER TEN DAYS. This is the chance of a lifetime to Buy High Glass Furniturei at t the price of ordinary junk v THE Redpath Street Now Being Sold by THE JOHN A. McDONALD SALES CO. t M M M t "4444 MM 4 H -M- SUNLIGHT Do you kaow the differeacr betweea worting ud having the work dooe for Soap actually KING AND PREMIER [AN OUTLAW HELD CONFERENCE CORNERED Md U fltt kc t "Elective Versus Heredi- tary" Principle lor the House of Lords. Cry London, Feb. _ Asquith had an audience iritb the King at Bucldngham palace this morning and the motion has given rise to many fantastic reporis. The fact seems to be that the premier after yesterday's cabinet council asked for to-day's au-1 Wanted iu Canada for the Decker at Ashcroft, B. C.. and tor Holding Up C.P.R. Train at Ducks Company Los Feb. 26. Bill Haney, train robber, gun fighter, mur- derer and outlaw, on vhose head, dead or alive, there is a price of has been tracked a, thousand miles from Canada to the Calabasaa Hills, and now holds that wild settle- ment-in terror, aquiver'with suppres- and fear of the fugi- Spring Lifeoucy delightfully re- for bath or toilei. For wash- Tng underclothing it i> unequalled. Cleanses and NATIONALISTS WILL In Fiscal Policy the -g9v' fications of the government's attitude towards the principal questions dealt with in the speech from the throne. That modifications of the cabinet's or. iginal plans have been forced by the rebellious Radicals and Nationalists is now to be doubted bat the cabinet is represented as having decided not to countenance the demands of the ex- tremists. All a reform of theJHouse of Lords should be dropped the government's plans. ministerial, or at least the view of aa important section of the ministry is that if its programme is confined to a proposal for a single chamber gov- ernment to which plan the country be opposed. In alVprobability The best trained -officers of tlie Canadian government are hidden in the fastnesses of the .country, ful every moment, in the hope of watching the desperado s. ______ ernmentls attitude on full time a pian for the limitation of the Lord's The Unionists' press hints that it wn] coupled with a recon- not' the policy of the party to take scheme in .which the elective immediate advantage of any opportun- will substituted for the g ity' alforded- by Uae Nationafsts practices .The- ministeriai I diamiss-the governmeoL It is thought jigtg congider that elective versus aS _ _ _ _ ill I _ r possible that the Opposition will 'ore 'give Mr. Asquith some measure of support in regard to" financial mat- ters. nigh't .majority of forty-three against hoTses amendment in favor of> tax on' hops'might have been smaller, it is'said, A the Unionists had been weV upheld.' It is'also-stated that the'gov ernment contempfsees the use of a "c as an. alternative to a dissolution'of parliament of the tiues- ticm'ofWvefo power of the House of 'Lords, but naturally rumors, re- ports and surmises are rampant, as'a consequence Monday's proceed- ings may straighlen matters consid- erably. i MINISTER'S MISTAKE Tried to Get Mail on Sunday at Win nipeg Winnipeg. Manitoba. Februan; One of the first to attempt to have a hereditarj" a "good battle cry which may "appeal to the country when the time comes for an election [fs local detectives and dopntv cher- in all manner of Ladies' Ready-to-wear Department _ mf helping in the man hunt Meanwhile, Haney is frequently'. seen riding on the roads, alone, .alert, and unafraid, a rifle across the mel of his'. saddle and revolvers at hand. DOMM of farmers who knew him years ago bare met Mm and con- i versed with him, but he has told them' little. He. sleeps in stone hut above a gorge.. Officers would" be courting death to cross his and a man trying to ambush him in a wooded region of which he knows every foot, would probably stop" his unerring bullets. Calabasa twenty years ago 'with' his brother John and four'] years later was sent to the "peniten- tiary for 'three years. When released'! Fashionable appkrel win tlie approval of every stylish dresser tttatwill which is .inevitable before their thelbrbthers' from the States. posals can be embodied In stitution. the skill ajld cunniDg they planned ithe -robbery of: a Canadian Pacific To-dcy's cabinet council was Dropping on to the- longed unusually. The'ministers re- tender near Dncks, where the engine' quired 3 hours in which to reach a fin- al decision upon the plans to be pre- sented to the House of Commons on stopped for water, ithey and four ac- complices- subdued the crew at the roint of their revolvers and compelled Monday when they will he obliged jjreman to break open the express come into close grips with the Ques-' caj.J i They had expected the car to lion of finance and the veto power of jcontam a of silver bul- the Subsequently Premier As- but. found nothing of value in quith and most of the other members jit_ After going through a number of of the cabinet left to spend the week the passenger coaches the :handita end in the country where they will be; toolc to a boat oa.Lake Shuswap and of .reach of the "rebels" out of reach of the "reoeis" wnose 12Scapedf harrowing during the past week ha' A week later Constable Isaac Deck- {er of Ashcroft, B. C., found the two s descending the Thompson made life burdensome for them. I the new- regulations presenting the postoffice fiom being open to boshold ers on Sunday violated was a minister of the city, who desired to obtain hie Sjnday school IHenture. which he had TI glected to "get on Saturday after was not granted WANTS CHINA TC STATE i River in a rowboat Covering them INTENTIONS .with his revolver, he ordered the men ;to surrender. They pretended to ations Regarding'L'Hassa British Ambassador Makes but as !of them fired and Decker fell, mortal- i ly wounded. As tie went down, how-j jever, the constable's rifle spoke, and Pekin, Feb. G. Maxmullcv ,John Hancy.was killed. EMI, leaping charge d'affairs, has made noon. His request, was granted to Chinese foreign IMa-ny bosholders have decided to give on lhe subject of Great Britain's up their boxes-as a result of the new )collcern Qver the situation land with refrrnce to the preservation of peace and nnlsr- in; tho border 'states, has risked China to ?r.nto yprm- her policy and intent-oris. It is [over "the prostrate .bodies of-ihe ;men, made his escape ;iud has'since successfully defied arrest. na, ZLS daily liveriea aiaple.for ;heir purpose. CHAINED LIKE A BEAST SCATTERED KILLS iDeljeved thru Hie Dalai LahiV.. Amoy, China, Feb.'. There bPf.ns the head ov the TiiiVxs'ai fcci-n a' recurrence o' the anti-D-n'asf'f jment by the Chinese government after at Ping Pe Haien in Southern Kokien. S he hati fled from the mi'ttai. .lias Horrible of a Woman ir. Paris Paris, Feb. disappearance and a jrortriunenc. trcop occupie- jfoimd refuge in Shv.tan, an Lu-l.-i-eud the y'oung of ;l druggist namcc the oisiri-jl. The hnvr lent state of Asia in the casU-vn J.'im withdrawp to tie hills. SWrnushw jalayas. Official telegrams have occurred with the troops but fev. {here report that the deprwd rule: are reported. I is enrouto to Russian territory. Parat was cleared up yesterday, wher the police broke in ann fonnd the wo man heavily chained between the bee' and the wall horribly scarred. HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE Sauce that makes die whole Hungry. SAUCE In addition to the chain, which wa- strongly padlocked around the neck a cri'd contrivance resembling a con' :of mail, but strengthened by a belt ol copper rings, enveloped the body JTiOth objects could be removed only by ;the use of keys. i The woman told a pitiful talc o' Uwo imprisonment and martyr Last November, while still in i chains, she gave birth to her fifth i child. The husband refused to call :i i "doctor. j Parat, who was declared lie loved his wife, b'.it was ex Uremely jealous of her. Jiist shipment of ladies' Spring Goats including all the latest novel- ties: In and fiiU lengths. Shepherd tnninied with moire collars and'ciiffs and1 hlacVhone buttons. Coats in striped serge, diagonal cloths, covert coatings, Shantung rsilks; and 'linens.- A very large assortment of Cravenette- Goats in all styles and colors. Prices raiigift from to SUITS Strictly tailored jn- latest shades. Made of "fine quality Panamas. Worsteds, Venetian clotli and Serges. The coats are lined throughout Prices from to 935.00, LADIES' MULL DRESSES Made in semi-Princess effect, beautiful- ly trimmed with shadow embroidery, val lace- and insertions. Colors sky blue, pink, mauve, white an'd black, t Ranging in price from to LADIES' WASH SUITS The coat is mndc in single breasted front and back; trimmed with pearl buttons. The skirt is a.nine gore style: pleats arc stretched to below the hips. Colors pink, blue and white; most serviceable garments for Only r A large assortment of suits made of i in- ported Repp in tail, brown, navy, sky, pink, mauve and white, very effectively trimmed with black cord silk collars, cuffs and pocket flaps. Prices froia to A display of blouses, the prettiest ever, in mull, lawn, gingham, vestings and muslins; all styles and sizes at from to each INSPECT OUR LACES Several <5tiscs of new put in stock, including'Yalenciemies and Torchans insertion-s to match; a splendid assort- ment in all widths at per yard 5c 7c aud.lOc Embroideries, Skirtings and Eloivncings. A very large range in Cambric and jSTainsook. Allovers and Corset "Coverings. Per yard 15c. 25c and 30c SPECIAL VALUES in veilings, nets and chiffons. Point d'Espart in cream, ecru, ivory and black: 36 inches wide. Per yard 40c PUKE IRISH LINEN Easy to draw for embroidery inches wide. Per yard 50c Turkish Towelling and Roller Crash; strong wearing quality; 16 inches wide at Per yard 12 l-2c, 15c and ISc ;