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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY up-to-date Spring Goods, audin order todothisweMtrcommemea one week only, and which Will be conducted on a strictly cash basis. It will ixnj 9, if will be offered at about a quarter off retail prices, r handsomely to wait for this sale, as qoods :__- ._-___________ '_ In general dry goods we offer dress goods, lin- ens, etc. In the men's wear department we will offer men's and1 boys1'overcoats, suits, .underwear, caps, Our ladies' wear department whicli is notedin the city for superior greatly under- priced during this sale. excellent reductions are '_.__ of working and and shoes will be temptingly priced. offer '-special' reductions in our house carpets, crockery, trunks, ins, lace curtains, etc. I Remember when the Hudson's Bay Co. announce late there advantage to inr offered, and it wili be to I until that date DISCUSS. MATTER WITH .asjchey nave .not the WASHINGTON OFFICIALS never, got: together., Represent- Uttawa, Jan. s.-Un sir atlves Atian rATlesworth and V. the experts iirodeur leave for Washington, to con- ler with. Premier 'Morris and ueneral .Morrison, of Newfoundland, and tae United States authorities in regard; to the fisheries. regulations, af- rected by; tbe recent award of. the Wiigne.' tribunal. Subsequent to the a board experts was named, to revise the regulations, but proceeding., with the review, and, possible; arrive at an agreement 'ongst themselves. Wllsoii Ford, of Hilton, N. S., woke up and found his house in flames. He na'd. just'time. to', seize his wife and Cflild and jump from the bedroom win- dow. INVESTIGATING ieral Government En- Fed gineer at F3ellevue-Lea- islation on Explosives. For several days last week 'Lett- bridge had a prominent visitor "in its' now close io three' .million B. SHERMAN, Manager. PHONE 646 HIGH CLASS ATTRACTION THIS .WEEK SUPPORTED BY Miss Adelle Nickersori and Excellent Company Presenting the world's Greatest Plays Tonight "The Merchant of Venice" i Wednesday 'The Three Musketeers' Thursday "Othello" Friday "Faust" Saturday "Romeo and Juliet" A guarantee all special scenery; ele- gant costumes; wonderful electric effects; crowded houses everywhere. your seals Evening Prices -75-50-Gallery 25 in tueijersisa of 3. G. S. of Ottawa, engineer fGr Depart- imect of Mines. While in the city he i was tne guest of P. L; Xaismith, gen- 1 erai manager of the A. R. I. Co. -Mr. "Hudson came outTo be present at the inqt'.est into -tlic Bsllerae min- ing dicaster, and has-been scendtug .tee time since the adjournment of the j inquest visiting friends in Kdmontpn j For sonic time Hudson has been studying ibe question of. accidents in our record look b'aflf as 'the- amount- products and the matter "oi! the inex (perienced. men necessarily, used are''- j not considered. Tti'e control of ihe is purely uepiu-rnrGnt -Iraends- to1 ganer. ail possible linformation, and.] give it to of the country to j enable the provinces to have it avail- able >-hen legislating in this matter. Alberta, Hudson says, has.been! very-free from accidents in the coal -but the production is rapidly increasing, being from 17 to 20 per this year tban-Iasit. and is tons per', annum. I Mr. Hudson spealcs approvingly of the action of the local government in tae disaster in providing a lawyer a court stenographer to attend the sessions of tne inquest, and; ears the mines oC Canada, and also the mat ter of explosives. Owing to the many accidents due to explosions in Can-i ada, Hon. William Terapleman, Slin-1 ister of Jlines, determined to have a, tnorough made. This! session of parliament he will introduce an explosives Dill, in preparing infor-i mation for whicli .Mr. Hudson has spent a deal of time. The de- partment had Captain Desborough.j Limbs ache in determining to have a- thorough in- vestigation made. -He attends" the sessions as the representative of thei ftderal Department ot. Mines, and is Siven the same privileges .by the cor-! oner as the representing the, miners, the operators and the provin- cial government. lies, Pains and Zam-Buk Will Eass. Have n attack of You know the feeling. muscles seem to have try that has not yet such yen need tonir.g up. rj'ne manufact-} CJoId is responsible .for this condi- jtirera, mine owners and others usingp-ton, and a vigorous of Zam-Buk will von Take a hot bath, if and then your explosives knew that such a hill coming1, and conferences were Captain Desfccrough explained the re- commendations he vras making the de- partment and why. The bill vrill great: ly protect those whose occupations re- Quire tnem to use explosives. TJie Bcllevue explosion, said }Tr. I Hudson, brings fhe rate of death by in Albcria very high. T while hitherto it hns been verj- 'from such accidents, general of the different countries arc }constantly inquiring at Ottawa re- chest and achinc limbs well with Zam- Buk. Mrs. B. Berkeley St. Tor- onto, writes: .nr.-jr. speak too high- ly of A few, weeks ago I was suffering a foul cold, which liad settled throat, chest and limbs. I tried ail of remedies, hew and oSrt, ana very little re- Hei until I On apply- ing this to my throni and chest T found tie deaths by accident of peo- casc relief from the tight- The ness 3nd fletcrmined to'use rnnrfrM- Htlbied it OH HIV limbs whcrs I Fcl; ihc rheumatic pains In throe davs from the time I first be- ipie who have come from their several For this reason the gov-' j eminent wants to get all the informa-' jtJon possible.'and also to see if some- noing cannot be dose to lessen the j death rate. In Canada the rate is ___, _ hJg'n, considering the number of deaths tions 'and in proportion to the number employed. and ;All countries keep a bare ilnisfrtsrs and applying I was free from U :the number men killed per iantf of tboHe TJfa record Ir.o cold in (hront and chest, and also rheumatism in mv limbs." j Zam-Biik wii: aiso be found a sure l for col-rl chipped hands. ccso r-ilcs. scalp sores, ring-' worm, perches, babies' erup- i >iii places, cuis. injuries g sroros sell at lrom Co.. i 1 o the discerning buyers of this city is take advantage i Business values Offered bySadow- ski. 1 his is no January Clearing Sale withgoods market up and then down, this is the Genuine Out of Business pale, vyi Sadowski wants is 75c ori the rest is yours to take advantage of. This is why we can_ offer T- Then look at our Underwear i Penman's Guaraintecci TJnshrtafc- able, regular suit. Our price gc St. George reg. 6iir price......CJ> 9C A good all wool- per ganric; Amed.all'wooi, Fleece lined, c A Feir President Suapemlers Exceida Sclkfs. ".___3 tor Peabody's Overalls Silk MiiiOers' This is the place for Genuine Values. Look for the Green Signs THE EVELY SALES CO. Closing Out no Round Street you these Overcoats for Overcoats for 10.00 Suits for i .Suite' for Suite lor Shoes for Shoes for Shoes for Shoes for Shirts for Shirts for 50c- Tics for 45c ;