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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta T II K L E T II B RI T) G K 1) A t L V TI E R A L I) Friday, .January 10, nu.i The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block 'Fine Stock For the Alberta Farms ost Attractive Sc Flannel at ____........20c Sue Flannel at ............ 24c ;Soe Flannel at ........... 23c 40c Flannel at.............. 32c !5e Wrapperette at........ 12c 20c WrappareUe at ....... 15c 2 fie Wnippefi'etto at ........ "'->c :',5c Wran-iiarutu* at ........'28c 20c. Cretons at........... . 15.-. *r.c fret'on* at :::>- Cretons at . . . :',."c Towel* nr . .. ."tic Tottv's at . .  .::.).00 aiid $5.SO line*; made oil fine finality eali leather, latest, styles, lace or button; all sizes'. Sale price> $3.00 Men's Felt Booh> $1.50 Men's Felt.HoolK, with leas.lior soles and heels; regular Ji.O'i pair- Sale Price $1.50 Men's Overshoes $1.35 Best quality one -buckle Crabby Overshoes, fine cloth top; all sii'.es. Regular1'?! .75 per pair. Sale Price $1.35 Women's Boots $2.50 Patent f.ij.itb�-r. Vici Kid and Gun Metal Boois, lace or button, tery newest st.vles. Regular 7.0 ami $3.75 per pair. Sale Price $2.50 ,� Women's Boots $2.85 In (ltt;i Jletnl and Patent leather, tan and black. Our regular $4.00 and $4.50 lines. Sale Price $2.85 Women's Felt Slippers Romeo style, fur top. leather sole and heels. Sizes :! to ."4 .r-y �� and Children'* f~\CC Urr Leggings Urr Misses' Tan Boots $2.10 Best quality tan calf 1'eafhVr,' lace or button. Sizes 11 to 2. Sale Price $2.10 Women's Slippers $2.50 Women's Patent rumps and patent or Vici Kid strap slippers. Sizes to 7, Regular $?..50 per pair. Sale Price $2.50 Women's Oxfords $1*75 In tan and black, button or lace. Regular ?2.50 and JM.JO pair. Sale Price $1.75 ALL SHOES REDUCED j Phone I 1512 V?1__UJLdL The Shoe MaiiSS Portage la Prairie, Man.. Jan. 10.-Hall Bros,, of this city, shipped to Alberta, by the C. P. R, one hundred head of year-t % heifers, which they bought in this district. It is understood that the stock was bought for the railway company, which Is establishing farms in the western prairie provinces, both for demonstration and commercial purposes. As high as $40 per head was paid for some of the animals at the point of purchase. The Portage district has distributed several hundred head of cattle to Alberta' herds during the past four months. REFUTES IDLE TALES INDUSTRIOUSLY CIRCULATED BY OPPONENTS WESTERN FARMERS' POLICY -Jfl London. .Ian. 10.-Mr. i'ielditig' writes to the Times a column letter controverting the recent assertions of Sir Thomas Berridge.' a Liberal ex-M. P., regarding reciprocity. Mr. Fielding: says that in the reciprocity arrangement with the United States not only was there no treaty and no such binding agreement as Sir Thomas had been led to suppose, but there was an emphatic declaration to the contrary. The agreement took the form of an exchange of letter between the Canadian minister and the Secretary of State lor the United States, and a further letter written by the Canadian ministers setting forth what had been agreed upon which it was distinctly stated that the agreement was to hold only so long as both parties found it satisfactory and both the parliament, of Canada and Congress reserved complete freedom to arrange their tariffs from"time to time as they deemed best. '"I hope" says Mr. Fielding in conclusion, "it has now been made clear that in the Canadian elections there was uo question of anybody being for or against linglind and the reciprocity agreement contained not a line that interfered with Canada's fiscal freedom." HAULED TO SAFETY BY LONG ROPE HOW NEWFOUNDLAND FISHER FOLK SAVED IMPERILLED-| SURVIVORS OF WRECK- f ED STEAMER S Si. John's, Nfld., .Ian 10- Cap-f-iain liurljp and the ettfhr, members of !� the .crew of the schooner ISvelyn were ! hauled to .safety up the steep dill's j at Dubois by the fisher folk of that ' hamlet last night after the Evclvn had leit her crew helpless, as their boats had been carried away. Hope of reaching shore was slight until a boat manned by fishermen reached the Evelyn's side. When the transfer of the crew ha.l been accomplished and tbe hoat had headed for shore, the wind shifted. The small craft was carried out ol its course aud thrown on a narrow shell of rock at the foot of the cliffs a mile down the coast. Hemmed in by the perpendicular cliffs on one side aij|| the rising tide on the other the little band seemed without any way of escape. But. their fight for life had been watched from shore and the flsherfolks htir'ried to the cliffs and dropped a 3l>!) foot rope to the n.'en below, hauling them to safety one by one. FRENCH TROUBLE Mopuior, .Morocco, .Jan. 1.0. - A Krench column, commanded by Col. Aiiitidec Ciueydon, today fought a battle with a Urge hotly of Moors whom they routed with a loss of iiflii killed. Twelve Krencli soldiers were killed, and sixty wounded. Vhi-jyieors attacked the French twenty miles east of Mogndor. where they were guarding the lines of communication in .Southern Morocco. Best Tea At i" SAL ADA" TEA is always the same, no matter when or where you buy it. is the choicest tea-green, black or mixed-from the fineat te�-growins country in the world-Ceylon, with its exquisite flavor and freshness protected by the sealed lead packages. WERE ALBERTA BONDS USED BY CM ON ONTARIO ROADS D. B. Hanna Severely Cross-Questioned in Freight Rates Enquiry To-day Ottawa. Out., -Ian. 10.-The cross examination of ' I). H, 11 antui. vice-president of the C, X. 1!.-. by M. K. Cowan, K.C., for Saskatchewan and Alberta as to wlivtber C.N.K. had ever used the bond guaranteed it by the Saskatchewan and Alberta govorn-iiients to finance its construction in Ontario, was a feature of this morning's session of the western rato Inquiry before the railway commission. This was vigorously denied by the C. �\\ H. representatives, who disclaimed alt knowledge of such a tliint;. Isaac PitbWulo, K. C. counsel for the. 'Winnipeg Board of Trade, commenced his cross examination of Mr. Hanna as regards difference between eastern aud western Canada. Nrr. Cowan first vook Mr. llanua over his former evidence in regard to C. X. R. bond guarantees. "Is it true that your guarantees from the Saskatchewan aud Alberta goverumeuts have been put up as O----- | security under trust deed to finance ' I the construction of your Hues in On-| tario?,' asked Mr. Cowan. I "It is untrue" replied Mr. Hnona. S and ho also denied that the C.N.R.. I Ktiaranfoes in connection with its I western lines had been used in any j way to assist Ontario constriction, i "Are the stock or bonds pledged?" "No" said Mr. Hanna. i "Do you know of tihe existence of [any document in London to this ef-{feet?" ! "No, there is nothing- of th^ kind.'' "Who can fell me definitely as t� j this?" | "Sir William MacKen/.ie." j I [on. Mr. Phippen objected that Mr. j Cowan's cross examination was improper and Chairman Drayton remark-led that he did not sec wljere the C. X. U. would get tite authority to use their smiiaiitees in fids manner. Mr. Isaac I'itblado then commenced his cross examination of Mr. Hanna, j questioning him in regard to water | competition in eastern Canada. | Mr. Pitbhtdo succeeded in making i Mr. Hanna qualify his previous tesfi-!mony to the effect that, in the winter i months in the west, for every [earned. $1.-'". was spent in other I expenses. OTTAWA GRIEVED AI DUCHESS ILLNESS Oltawa, .Ian. n.-The illness of Iter Royal I-lisiineds the Duchess ol' Con-naught, has occasioned a good deal of anxiety at. the capital, and the ne.vvs received from Montreal this morning, stating that the Duchess had spent a comfortable night, aud was resting quietly, occasioned much gratification in all circles in Ottawa. Physicians al tile r-apitai decline to express any opinion as to the nature of the malady, but admit simpiy that peritonitis has many forms, and. that only a diagnosis would enable thoin to form an opinion. The fact, however, that Her Royal HijihnesH is under the best medical attention available at Montreal, and that this morniuK she is doing well, inclines toward a strong hope of speedy recovery. The'' illncps of Her Royal Highness is the chief toriif ol'; conversation in ihe capital this morning;, and there are. many indications of popular sympathy everywhere. ThoiiR'h. owins to somewhat delicate ' health, the Duchess of , Con-naiifjht has probably not taken the active part in public life which her predecessors. Countess Grey, L�cly Aberdeen, and others, took, still in many ways she has endeared herself to all classes at Ottawa, and throughout the country generally. Her chief attention has been directed towards hospital work, and there is not