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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta H K R A t. D KRIUAY, JANUARY 23, 1911 40 per cent discount on all Far Neckpieces and Muffs The UdWStora 40 per cent discount on al! Fur Neckpieces and Muffs Great Half Price Saturday Sale Throughout our entire stock of SUITS CO ATS DRESSES It's the Final Clean-up Before Inventory and offers savings of half the actual value of any Suit or Coat, as well as all Cloth, Silk and Evening Dresses, and Afternoon and Evening Cloaks for a final and determined clearance. Every Garment is marked in plain figures and the price cut exactly in two tomorrow. We cany no hold-overs -in this store-every garment must be sold during the season for which it was bought and we're adopting the quickest and surest way for absolute clearance so we may be quickly free to think of .other things. cannot afford to miss such a saving opportunity and we strongly urge morning buying if you would have best choice. Prints Ging ms Liiht. medium tad dars co.o aU niaranceed Natural Shantung Our 75c viJue, splenaid 34 laches Trifle. House Dresses SATURDAY SALE Plain nianibrays, ia ail colors; 34 to all Wide Sheeting SATURDAY SALE 35c "Made of eitra heavr thread, two wide, splendid to wear ANY COAT-HALF PRICE lust's coats a (eve misses' and In audition to ihcse a few slylM (or the enira large, women up to size forty-five. Everyone n smart Km style. Mid sold reaularlv al to Then in audition to the above i selection of snilug garments car- ried over from last season, but just as good la style' .13 any you will tee this three-quarter unA seven-eighth lengths In navy, black and fsncy mixtures. Saturday PRICE ANY DRESS-HALF PRICE for afternoon and evening wear and the more conservative styles for street and reaeral wear, in wool materials a? well as all silks, nets. cMffor.s. and linen dresses. The unrestricted choice o! this lovely stock, ranging in price from ?IO.OS to {30.00 ami !n ad- dition to these oar opera and evening cloaks are InclcilsJ garment for f'M.Qtl iarra-iits for J35.00; STi.OO garment- for eo on throughout tie Salurday PRICI5 ANY SUIT-HALF PRICE wonderful savine opportunitj tie suit season fast want oae.iti anoijier month or so and most bt theae will be good styles for eaily and lale spring wear, nlack and "5w serges aj well 13 oretly mixtures Io norstedi and tweedp. The prices of tiese suits represent oar usual good value at 330.00 Io 150.00 and all arc on sale for this final Saturday HALF PKICE Splendid Hosiery SATURDAY 'SALE 17k Uibbrd TtooJU-n aii-1 Hosiery, S to ID i Flannelette Wear SATURDAY SALt: 1-3 Off On wild. Corset Covers. Drawers, etc., going without aiu reserve. Winter Underwear SATURDAY SALE 1-3 Off Final rlearauce at tremendous in aiJ r.MUlreo's Gloves, iitts, Knit Goods SATURDAY SALE 1-3 Off Bvi-if Viod and description !a ill lines for winter war. Positively Your Last Chahce to Buy Winter Merchandise at Such Phenomenally Low Prices mon' name Women's Institutes, and 3 uniform costume Ijoib Too Much Discrimination Said McCiung at the Women's Meeiing afternoon's session of the .nornao'i department of.the farm- Vr's aJovenlion was rcarXed by three speeches, all on "Woman's Suffrage." The speakers were Mr. of Chicago; Miii Beynon, w.o- of tba Oraln Growers" Urt. JlcCIung. of, Winni- Veg.'Canida's lalented writer, the ad- dresses being given in the order nam .Tbe meeting was presided over by fMrs; Grabsm and preliminary Io Ihe r.aln features an" Interesting disc ilon took place on combining all farm t omen's Tinder Ihe com Every Woman Knows That initeadof sallow skin and face blemishea she ought to possess .the-clear complexion .and .the bewrtir of nature and good Any woman rsfnicted or suffering at times from headache, backache, r.orvoiis- neff, knguor and depression of to try BEECH AM S PILLS wrfest, surest, most con- venient and moat economical remedy known.- Beecham's Pilh remove impurities, insure better direstion, 'refreshing utoep, have an excellent general tonic effect upon the bod i ly (em, They have wonderful power to improve the zenerml-health, while by puriiyinf the blood, Beecham'a Pilif the skin and pul into motion and ol Chlcaso, nurte U clear he considered most import- act in connection with woman's siil- "how to USB the franchise ue ?sl and a "clear know- ledge, ol it 'will because in hoje states wbsre universal suf- is the rale, not desirable, at had been ei- pectad. U is to adopt a coda and tflen deviate from it. The ideal of the Ecslish speaking people !s es- sentially perfect in theory. The basic principles of are necessary we need. ability to keep tee peace; to repel riot, and security or pro- peril rizlit. Woman suffrage Involves the welfare of "the community Women liav'e clearer preemptions more delicate moral sentiment. There is only one. argument aeainsl the frau chise tor women-and tint is that I Is new. Women are more active progressive-in meeting things they apprehend tlian men. II is written all over God's universe that wrong shall not endure. If men were onir as stubbornly conscientious as women 'there would be a different story in our large Mr. Wiite cited tlie immense un- dertaking started and brought to a successful iss'ie by the Gordon lis- ters of New Orleans, in liming Sin.- 000 000 spent in hetltring the drain- I age. system In order lo lower the in- SOWED iantllc death rate. Woman can ac (Oir.piish what she ctltts oat to do. A hearty vote of thanks was to Mr. White for liis'clever and t.lghlyj addresF. them, and" she has therefore nertelf to blame.'. Sho cited an esample of dis- rrimiDatiOQ in the matter of an acci- dent policy. A maa for paying twenty five cents a day is compensated so much in case of accident, for loss of limb or belns disabled, _and so much al death, but by paying the same amount Is compensated only ?.t death; she gets no remuneration for njury whatsoever. The weaker ves- sel is discriminated against. The -woman s-.ifl'rage question has us o[ woman's chivalry to wo Jan. The three classes of women hardest to reach on the question are: 11) c intelligent women who are in happy homes and have never needed the franchise; (2) tha young; woman who Is afraid she wilt forfeit manly re- gard if she expresses opinion, th clinging vine type, who want to b protected, and (3) the selflsh womai ivery Southern Candidale was Defeated at tlie U. F. A. Convention wno simply doenn't care because Is tappy and Indifferent u others. U has been thai woman shoJl not vote because she cannot DM arrr.E. but surely "Ihe that bear soldiers dees not need to bear arms Iliere is the hard prejudice man, who has prejudice wliero li trains lo be, but ho is less tha or.e per cent so realty doesn't count WHEAT IN JANUARY berta were fast travelling the com- bine toad, and already embraced the vtciousness of corporatt; interests. Cntler tho circumstances, therefore, he thought-he did not earn to he" -A member of the executive of Ihe borty and would therefore have to decline the nomination. A dels-gate at the back of ihc audi- torium tickled the fancy of the audi- ence when lie rose plaro rjiri iu all seriousness that tjio convention unanimously approve Mr. Sl.v'5 rel'jcFl for withdrawal. Tbe j Strathmorf- delegate waf not nlccled. Officers for iho ensuing year: .1. Tregilluf, Calgary. First W. Warner Edmonton. Second Speak- man. Hed Deer. Third E. Red Deer. Fourth Shcp.- jiard, South Kdmomon. Board cl Uirectors- P. S. Austin, for Victoria constit- uency y. C. Clart', Tor Fxlmonton couaUt- H5ncy facclaination) ALL SECTS IN SASKATCHEWAN JOIN IN FORM FOR SCHOOL USE rrigalecl Land Around bridge is Right up to the Highest Standard SOME CRITICISM Nalural Resources Department Charged With Selling Punk Land Near GleicKen iinim far as nhool ediTntion f'r.s, lia1 inccn effectcil in llrgina. As. iar as I known this is 'Ihe lirsl .ittcmp! to I I have a syslcm ol tclijinus in I of tbc p. u. M Natur- j ViiWic school.', is suiUWe y> TrPHgil Protcslanls Uomnn I athnlics j alike. Kor sor.ic lime past >.t.c varlou', 1 mlroil'.icfd ..wretn the city, incltiding i ftensallon into lln; r'rlilny the flglil into the al of morninx I W. 0. Vickery, for Stratbcona ton- i arooiig oltrrs, Dr. W. of IT. f. A. convention. a Melh- atilutncy. oilist olic e ar.rl HIsl Mattrir.v introduced a rumntlon D. Buckingham, for lied Deer con- iioman 1'ailic.lic for the- inmal .-iiifporl or the con- stituency, {nomination', liavr. hern cimsiilciing thrjiFiiilgo woscil by Cenlre, Alia.. Jan. 22. Mist Beynon Speaks Ktyr.on, of Winolprs, cditcr of liie (Jrain Orower-' Oulde, Mlowod with j-ii on tliri sau-.c subject. She coolie along Uje tame lines as on Wcdnoidar nlpbt (an account of I'Thioh on hiit. lone cfcT? yel oM li'.ougbt rsro'iod which all her remaths hinged wa? "We are sisterV keeper." Whether we Uurinj Ihe first week In .Ian- j 3. Qulnsey. nary. Mr. George Kingsbury lency. veiled Kixlecn acres to wheat on hte faun in 2-I-1WS. Plov.'- ing or discing in Alberta in January' is Fomowhat of a te- cord. but Cciilre T.'wk U or not we Jjave a d'Lty to per- foim tr> our fallen stsiw, to er ones, kci we "are. We most looV beyond tliel- four walla of oyr. own home and lielii others in their struggle for Ibe lilnh-' er better things. .Mrs. JlcClung, the no'.i-d 'jtiter. was [irclent and gart1 a short but In- terest'ng thoroughly human ad- dress on this'same all Important AUO- Jecl. Hhe showed" the glaring discrimina- tion agains! women by man's legisla- lion bu! staled plainly that mm are not lo tbey jlmply do not understand tlie womati'B view -point. Man Ihinks woman Is solliSed with tbt because she lias possible, condition for i D. Trejo, MwlWoe Hat con- slituetcy. The election o( officMs wliich own- pied the convention between limes Thursday aiternonn. did not detelop any flat nor any very close and contests. It evidently the wijh of too delegates to steer clear of any further contentious prob- lemj dilriug the- rcDiaiiitler of the ses- sions, the- elevator ombrogllo iiavjng about enough for one lurti at (no plate. The onlV lilnt ol anythins tlurini: the elections came, during Ihe rate, for vice-president's honors. It had bt.r.0 rumored that a representative of Hie faction whlcli had led tlie flght against the elevator company would lie nominated, not ao much for his bright cbanccs of elec- tion, b'.it Ihat In Ms nomination socech ho might further air the griev. ancea of the minoilty. And a candi- date was Hie ins'ir- Igent Slulhmore lc--aV S. K. Sly was itlie slandard bearer and. while, not vlolenl, lie let fly iwo or llirea burn- ItiK before takinir his seat He he waq convinced in Ills cwn mind Ihat lie United r'atmers of Al- ot thr- form wjiich rrliRio'is Hy climinr.tinj! terlain parts ol tlie form usfd by {he dififrcnt churth- i-s and picking (I'll 1he p.irli wliich in ill these denominational leadlines are similar, n'sysfcni which is now Buil.-iWr to all. Owing (he objections wliich ore ion' finds in nnolhcr's il tiial soinr nbsta.'.lr would come tin. This, nonnver, r.ot tiif case iho fanmir Xauiral of the block of irrigation section, to it that the vririous-Irrigation pio: iecls ivere differentiated helwcea In [his fight for .he could give' them ns: suranco tiiat every acre or land so'U hy tlie, C. P. H. In the bethbridge irlct as itigabltj would he founit to bo In presenting his rccorl. Mr. Trcii- Kit said the farmers had been making Ilio fight for three, years. Tho doMrl- merit of- Natural Ftesources would af- ford them no relief, and Hoy appeal- ed to Uie department of tho Interior of Ilic government. They asked for a Hoyal commission lo con- duct a Ihorongli InvcBllsatlon, but thn government wrote in reply that, as Ihoy had granted (he railway company the rlgbt to Inalal an Irrigation Fchemn In liiat section of the coilnto' It would einbaiass them If the-y worn coinpcllcr) lo lake acHon sfalnst Uio Lomi'flny now, "U would no', embarrifs Ihe govern- ment tu nctlon against the farm- .lliough. would yeHei a from Iho back of tfio room. President Trcgllliis ventured the inlon that tho mailer was one wbicti should be thoroughly considered be-' fore any draslic action Is taken; anil siissjesled tliat the moral support o) the convenllon be granted (he Gleicli- en U. K. A. local, 'ivith the understand- ing Ilial Hit- cjcctitlvp endeav- til- lo bring r-ri'ssure lo hear In order that some relief mlir'fit be alfonled. Tlie ennsc of Ihe flglit Is thai Hie'l if'ulcli Is nnw being Irrigated In !hn Tonlrfal tonlghi or tomorrow, to ?ene toe fiimmonn on M. B. N'lchols, K Rnd n-.anaglng director, and n. A Kali, vlce-pralOcnl and pdilir nf ih> Mall, lo nppcar, and proceedings have it. at of this hoiuc en .lanu ary 27. al four o'clock I nOiiB. This he (he first which Sergeant-at-Aiais conducted any lo Ilic bar of the House, there to ho T.ipsllonc.) Mr. SpcaVcr. also n iuhl Hi it In a word. He said he slinuld xee ONE MAM INJURED Philnilellihia, Jan. a- liloslon of an oil lank belov Lbo dects ol the torpedo bout doatroyer noe, today, scvionsly Injureil otic man and caused nuir.h, excitement Navy Yard. "Look Out for the Cars" ;