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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January. 17, 1913. THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 1 Only a few more days arid then our greatest Price-Saving Sale ends. We have sold more merchandise during the last week than any corresponding time since we started business. This speaks well for our values. Remember we do as we advertise, and when we say HALF PRICE we mean what we say. All our goods are plainly marked. Besides we keep the recognized Best Brands of Clothings and Furnishings for Men and Boys in Canada Fur Coats Ractvoon, Alaska Beaver, China Dog, Western ]3ea r^-all No. 0 skins. $175.00 for....... $87.50. $150.00 for....... $75.00 $110.00 lor ......... $55* $ 80�00 for . . $40.00 $ 33 00 for....... $16.50 $ 30.00 for ......., $15.00 Overcoats Black Melton, assorted Tweeds, and other fabrics; Ulster and Velvet Collar Style- $35.00 for ... .......$17.50 $30.00 for...........$15.00 $25.00 for ..'......... $12,50 $20.00 for............$10.00 $18.00 for ............'$ 9.00 $14.00 for...........$ 7.00 Fur Lined Overcoats Hadisfield Beaver Shell, Beaver Cloth, lined Muskrat and Marmot; Otter and Lamb Collars- Fur Collared Overcoats All Wool black Beaver Oloth; lined Astrachan cloth and black quilted Italian; German Otter Collars, roll or notched; .....- $175.00 for $150.00 for $100.00 for $ 75.00 for $87.50 $75,00 $5000 $37.50 $35.00 for $30.00 for $20.00 for $25.00 f or $17.50 $15.00 $10.00 $12.50 Suits Art Tailoring, Style-Craft, and Society clothes, black, navy and assorted tweed- $35.00 for.......... $17.50 $30.00 for...........$15.00 $25.00 for.......... $12.50 $20.00 for......______ $10.00 $17.50 for............ $8.75 $12.00 for............... $6.00 Winter Underwear All lines to go out at Half Price, Fleece lined, heavy wool and Llama Wools- $3.50 for..............$1.75 $3.00 for........... $1.50 $2.00 for..... ......$1,00 $1.25 for................ Q5c Bath Robes, $6 for $3.00 Smoking Jackets Half Price Overalls, $1.25 line for 65c HALF PRICE SALE Alberta Block 5th Street Tie Great Clothiers # of the Great West WAS A QUIET DAY Was Variety of Business Taken Up Before Navy Debate Resumed i COUNCILLORS ELECT CRANBROOK RETAINS BOWNESS . -FERNIE SWEEPS GATE8 TO VICTORY-NEL80N'S CHOICE Fernie, B.C., Jan. 1�.-In the municipal electrons today, J. L. Gates, proprietor of the King Edward Hotel, was elected mayor over C. E. Lyons, real estate and insurance 'broker, by ;i majority or 109 votes." This la the largest majority-polled by a mayor in this city in recent years. ' Mr. Lyons' candidature only dates from nomination day, which will partly account for the size of the figures. The aldermen elected, and the vote of each is as follows*  Thomas Uphill, 232-; L. E. McDonald, 222; pamuel; Graham, 198; Alex.. Risizuto, 178;- Wm. �" Uobtchand, 172; W. J. J. Morrison, ISO; Wm.'Dicken and H. V. Wuciaii polled 158 and 156 votes respectively; Wm, W. Brown had 84, and Wm. .Jackson^ 78 votes. � The new members of tbc School Board 'were elected, by a'cclaraation; they' am: G. G. IiendersonVJemes Lancaster and A. r -H.��; Wilkes, Mr. Henderson was1 on last year's board* and was standing for rb-electic-ti. v  Majority Is Flv� Victoria, "Jan, 16;-Ex-Mayor A, 'J. .Morley won against Mayor J, L, Beck- \ w.ith, by five votes, in the municipal election today. There will undoubtedly be a recount, i Morley. wng-'tlw I'Xtremo moral reform- candidate, and the auiumigii was a vers bitter one! Last Year1* Mayor Nelson, B.C., Jan. 16.-'Election re-suits at Cranbropk; Mayor - Bownese; aldermen - Clapp, Ward, Leajsk, Brldkson, Carr and. Kennedy, .�-..� School Trustees--Flnk, > White and Laurie. For Civic Ownership Nelson, B.C., Jan, 1'6.-Civic elections at Kaslo resulted In the election of D. C. McGregor, with 19 'votes over S. H. Qreen for the mayoralty, the victor having stood on a policy of purchasing the- Kootenay electric plant for the city. ' The following aldermen wer� elected; James Anderson,' 0. .Strathern, Jas. Spiers, P. McGregor, John Btracfaan and E. H. Latham. >-. A. bylaw to borrow 117,500 for the purpose of building -a bride and stone school building 'wh,8 :aluo voted. on, with the result that the bylaw was carried by a Jarge majority, only 25 votes having opposed the'ioan. 1 l The MI nine City Nelson, B.C., Jan.-16:-Rpssland. today, the following, were elected! Mayor-J; S. Docharnps.. - > 1 Aldermen-East .^Wardj jr.' McKln-npn, A. Pitt and fja'try Ribertson; west ward: T.' Epbjeiou, "J;. T. Armstrong'and W. J. Pri3i?t . � � Elected by acclamation for school 'to aeiwe two yeavsr^W, -...j...vPrenti � .P; B. McDbJd, a: U. H.AVJmi. , ..v Rpvelst^Ke'f Mf� Mayor-ThomaB'^KUpatrJok.'; � � " Aldermen--Ward 1; MeSorley mid Guy Barbe, re-elected;.ward yrjp, Mc-iilnuon and E. Hovjaonward'!(;. Alderman Abrahamson ,. and Frank Bourne , , > ', . k , � School Trufclee't;-/rhonias �� nrad-4; shaw,.,. �� / " T i. * crand Forka ' � Mayor-George M. Fripp. Aldermen--ijasjt ward: W. N. C. Manly. J, A. Smith, and T. A. Wright; West ward: H. E. Woodland, Pi' Mil- lar, pr, and Edward Taylor. School Trustees-J. A. McCallum and Forbes M. Kerby. Trail's Council Mayor-James Slbbald. , Aldermen-W. Oddy, S. J. Hack- ney, B. W. Hazlewood, L. Tyson, F. Dockerill, A: N. Skljl. G. F. Weir and F. DockeriU'still have another yea? as school trustees, -and the only trustee elected was A. R. Bablngton, who was, elected by acclamation. OTTAWA'S NEW MAYOR.AND BOARD OF CONTROL CIVIC OWNERSHIP PAYS Calgary, � Jan. i6;;-rThe city blacksmith shop, calvary's latest Experiment In n^unic^)(ial. .ownership,- js' va succees, if is ai�p'i|pe tne aitp'q horses $t (fl,S6- per 'tie^d, as' against' the private charge of,,'$f.00. 91 D COCAINE CaJgary,. Jans. 16^-MorrlB: and Arthur King,; brothers, .-entered- plcaa of guilty to the charge of selling'''cocaine, and were, given the raaximmjfc puulshnlent, a year?in the lien, and a fU}6 of ?500 each (n pdllcp .convt .to-, day,  ���. i �. � ��� Ottawa, Jan.-lfi.-General business occlupled the attention of the Commons for a part of the day's sitting of the Commons, and then the naval debate was resumed and continued until late in the evening. Mr. J. H. Burnham, member for West Peterboro, created some amusement by introducing a bill to abolish honorary titles in Canada, his idea being that, while the prerogative of the King is not to be interfered with, no recommendations for honors should emanate from Canada. It would also dispense with all Canadian titles, such as "Honorable." The, bill was given its first reading, but is not likely to make much headway this session. Hon. W. T. White's bill to provide for the purchase by the government of the Grand Trunk Pacific bonds affected by the Implementing clause- of the G. T. P. agreement, was Introduced and advanced a stage. Incidental to its progress there was a discussion as to the jurisdiction of the Imperial Privy Council, W, F, MacLean and others arguing that It would be better if the supreme court of Canada were the court of last resort. The debate on the navy resolution was continued by Dr. Edwards, of Fro.ntenac; W. H. Boivin, of Shefford, and W. P. Coekshutt, of BTantford, but nothing of a particularly striking nature was said by any of them. The first business of the sitting was the Introduction by J, H. Burn-ham, of West Peterboro, of a bill having for its object the abolition of titles of honor in Canada. Mr. Burh-ham's motion was greeted 'with cries of "explain." , "Perhaps," said Mr, Burnham, "it is not so easy to explain as some of the members think." 4 He went on to state that powers relating to the conferring of titles was defined by section 12 of the B. N. A. Act, which hc proposed to a% end. He said that as he understands democracy, tbe people. have no desire to either accept or create class badges or distinction. The genius of democracy is that the peopie should remain on a common level, so far as classes and social distinctions are concerned. The object of this bill, he said, was to abolish titles of all kinds, thereby preserving democratic equality throughout the Dominion. A Live Issue ' Hon. Vv. T. White gave, notice that on Tuesday he would move the second reading of the bill to amend the bank act. The measure would.be discussed and will be sent to the committee on banking lor consideration in detail and for the- hearing of interest in the -parts. J. J. Donnelly drew the attention ol the minister of agriculture to the statement in the British house made by Mr. Runciman in regard to the, Canadian cattle embargo. He read the cabled despatch which credited the'British minister as saying that the embargo would not be removed because Canadian herds are suffering from 0 variety of diseases. He asked the minister If he proposed to take steps t0 demonstrate that Ca^dian herds are free from dlsr ease. Hon. Martin Burrell said he had received a cable from Lord.Strath? cona in explanation ot- Mr. Runci-man's statement. In ..1892 he said,, owing-to an alleged case of pleuropneumonia, the British^ government h*d put In force a regulation prohibiting the landing of Canadian livestock pn British shores. Since then, however, three million head of Cans? dian cattle had been slaughtered ,,qji arrival in England and not one case of amy disease had beep-, found. In 1886' the regulation was made permanent by legislation passed in the British house. From that 'time- on continued representations were, made on behalf oE Canada until it became evident that Great Britain had decided to adhere to the embargo as a settled policy, In the end It was- decided that it was not in keeping with the dignity of the Dominion to make further representations, . . stifipdV,to contlniJ|,e"\tQ irhpose -the embargo ,s it- ^ ,not,inl^er ha^ dftol^ MM ^tlflfsWon m#&$* traqtB, 0! .^/ta!5i>&ii&] has be'en a>polhb< e^hauajilve ^pr$jb,el waa'i^;^^ are anueijpatedijwsi] 2 ;