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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MOKDAIt^, Ml^UARY 25, 191S tnlPJ LETHHRIDGE �A�I.t HERAli)t PAGE FIVE CLARKE & CO. The Ladles'Stor^ PlMm�4S3 Acadia Great Savings in tliis Annual Wiiitewear Sale Ten speticial sale lots of Finest Embroideries offering saving propositions on a. larger scale than has ever been attempted before, and in addition to these, many special sale offerings in Wash Goods, Hosiery, Underwear, Mitts, Gloves, Golfers and other winter merchaiidisethat-you iiieed rig'jht now for present wear. ..... Bargains are all worth your Immediate attention and a special effort to supply your heiids tltfs Our Gireateit Sale of Fine Embroideries 5c Worth 10 and 12%*; Edglnes ana - Insertions, 2 tcr 4 inches 10c Worth 20 and 25c; Edgines and Insertions, 4 to 8 Inches wide. 12HC Worth 20 And 25c; 4 to 10 Ins. wide. WASH Q00D8 SALE 4 Worth up to 26c ...... I 9v Fine Bedford Cords in dainty design and coloring, also Cropea, Qhainibray, etc. LADIES' KNIT GLOVES ^ICm Worth up to 4Se ...... CivU Fine knit and cashnqerotte soods; colors rawer8 in medium weight, rory flne and sott, excellent valned. CORSET AALE CICm Reou'*'- >130 value .... 996 A aew QMicially purohased line,' extra . good style, very troDg aad durable. 45c WorUi 75c; Corset Embroidery in finest Swiss goods, 18 inches wide. 50c Worth 90c aad ?1.00; 27 inch Baby Flounclags, hemstitched or seailoped. SI.00 45 inch flne Flouncing worth J1.60 and $1.75 a yard. HOSIERY AND OCa UNDERWEAR ....... Regular 46 and'50c values. Woollen and Cashmere Hose, plain and ribbed; also Vests and Drawers In medium winter weight. GOLF-JACKETS �4 yti Worth up to $3.00.. 9 �  � W Colors white, grey, navy and cardinal; good liberal sizes. WAGES TO BE PAIO TABER COUNCIL AGREED ON 20 CENTS AN HOUR-TABER STORES ENTERED BY ROBBERS Prize Winning Numbers and Premium Ust At Here is a list of the numbered coupons as they were drawn out of the sealed box bj'^ a representative of the fierald. If you have a coupon with any of the numbers listed below the premium opposite is yours absolutely free. All premiums must be called tor by Saturdar night. Out-ot-towncUstomisrs'holding Itigkr coupens Ti�r aall in'their coupons and pi�mlumB.wlU_ba held until c*U�d:toA,j^^ : COURON NUMBER ENTITUE8-YPU TO THfSBREiMIUM FREE. 2141- -Ladies' or Man's Cloth Cjflat, value $25.00. 1530- -Ladies' or Man's Suit, value $20.00. 2733- -Adj ustable Dressmaking Form. 1329- -Fancy Japanese Silk Kimona. 1675- -A splendid Dow^n Ooipiorter. i45iB-^-^^i^ Empress or Astorift Shoes, 2099-Man's or Woman's Cashmere Oom- , , -v ,1,- bination. 1073-I'an^y Beaded Bag. 1432-Men's or Women's Lined Gloves. 1304-''Olored Satin Petticoat. 1421- -Pair Warner's Bust Broof Corsets. 2058- -Box Irish Linen Kerchieifs. fl234- -Knitted Silk Neck Scarf. 1610- -Pair Perrin's French Kid Gloves. 2�40- -Japanese Silver Case. lOfVC- -Pair Radium Silk Hose. 2021^- -Ladies* Fancy Back Comb, 215V|- -Ebony Hair Brush. -. 983^ -Roman Gold Jewel Case. 2637- -;Pair Gold Filled Cuff Buttons. Rylands & Co. The Busy Store AUSTRALIA REPAYS COMMONWEALTH REFUSES TO GIVE DOMINION. PREFERENTIAL TARIFF BECAUSE OF CHANGE OF PLANS Ottawa, January 28.-Australia has put a new tariff intq ioroe. The preference to the Mother Land, to New' Zealand, and South Africa,, is continued by. the Commonwealth .Parliament, . , In tl� new tariff Canada is not 'gli^en preferential treatment. Goods from this country must enter Australia at the higher rates of the general tariff, which are applied to goods from the United States, Germany and all othw: alien countries, News tliat Australia has decided to withhold from Canada the heneflt o! the British preference has been received with great dejection by the Government. Sir G�orge E. Poster was sent to Australia last summer to induce the Commonwealth Government to extend the preference to Canada in return Ioi� a i^imilar concessica by Canada. When Sir George was in Australia, it was reported that his proposals did not meet with the cordial reception from Australia, whicli was hoped for. It waB stated then that Australia resented Canada's failure to live up to the solemn agreement njadli with the Commonwealth in 1909, to establish a Aeet on the Pacific, foe the protection of Bribisii interests. Under tlwit agreement Great Britain was to look after the.co'ast of Asia, while Australia and Canada was to create'navies which could act together for the policing of other portions of the Pacific. Australia went ahead and now has a powerful fleet. Owing to the change of government in Canada, plans for-a Cmnkdian navy on the Pacific were abandoned. Hecen't events have drawn eipphatic attention to the Canadian breach of faith, and it is still further > emphasized by the new Australian, tariff which treats Canada as an alien. COAL OPERATaRS SMILE Return of Cojd Waather ttfingt Order* From ..a* Far  Matiltoba Coal operators in the city ijind dis- trict are reiototB# over the rf turn of winter. Jack Frost havspKad camp over the three weitcrn provinoM, and the orders are coming in from as far east as Manitoba. Tbe preaeAt snap is the coldMt yet,^ and a continuation Is predicted by the weather plophet. ONLY OMR "BrMM.OaMM." �M to ^ ^ hat. ase. Today is the 166tU anniversary of the iblrth of Robert Burns, The word is more than a name to Scotsmen. Bums is a U'ving, vibrant memory', and the Scotsman who has not a volume of Bums' works in his librae}', pr who cannot recite from memory at least one of the immortal bard's musings, has yet to be located. All over the world, Scotsmen are today engaged, in some way. In com-memoratlnK the memory of.the most famous man Scotland ever produced. ^ I>ethbrldge every Bcotchnjan will participate. At St. Mary's HaU a "Robbie" Bums program will b� rendered under the auspices of the Leth'bridgo City Pipe Band, under Pipe Major James Horn, Songs and speeches will be the order, and Mayor Hardje and Commissioners .Grace and Beid will be there to respond to toasts., l^e affain is strictly invitation, and those who have them are mighty fortunate. The Bums Society of Hardleville has also arranged a splendid program and aU are invited to that. place this, evening'.- (Taber Times) , .Stormy scenes were witiiesaeil in the council session for a few mimites .on, Monday evening last, when the ;tovn fathers dlBCiissd Die question i whether work provided by the town for relief purposes wou'ld lie paid at the rate of 20.cents an hour, or at the (stipulated minimum wage of 30 cents i an hour, which Is supposed to be paid (for all town work. The council have on ilcposii in the bank the sum of $500 for expenditure for.parly's grocery, Shiells' hardware. West-lake's stationery store, and Poster & Stub-b's liquor store, lit all, tlie burglars collected something less than S8 iu cash, but very little else. At Hardlngs, the intruders tapped the cash register to the tune of only $1-75 and got nothing from their raid on the desk in the office. At Shiells' hardware a few dimes In the till was the harvest, while at Westlake's, apparently nothing but the pane of glass through which the burglars entered was touched, and at the liquor store there wasn't even the trace of a drink of Scotch missing or anything else. It was at ^'ickery's that the hungry men got their richest harvest, and in thife store, after breaking; in through the back windov/a, they managed to gather un the tremendous sum of $5. The police havo not yet got much of ah inkling as to the identity of the burglars. The general opinion is that several destitute persons,' unable, to withstand any longer the cries of the hungry mouths who '.dBpend upon tliem tor daily bread, tiad started in to create a little relief \fuud of their own by making a round-up of the local cash drawers. But hard times and lack of business, together with natural caution on the part of the business men, prevented the hunters, from capturing much big game. The police committee of the council have authorized Chief Campbell to use an extra man now and then when he feels that conditions warrant it. Six vags 'were in the cells on Monday morning, hut they had been taken in before the burglaries were com-mltted. Five were, sent down for 30 days,-while tJie sixth, owing to the fact that he was on his way to his homestead at the Hat, with an Injured hand, was let go on condition that he would move on. More Cavalry Reeruita .Timmie Osier and Bob Marsh are two of the latest recruits to join the 'Mounted Rifles at Medicine Hat. Of the Taher recruits at Medicine Hat, four have received non-commissioned ranlt. They are: A. B. Farmer, !orte solos ; Marjorie Higinbotham and Kathleen Terrill, pianoforte duet. Mr. Grant HaU LIKK iomanrol.the-higher ofllclata of the C.P.R.. Mr. Grant Hall, the new Tlee-Preatdent In o)tai:�� of Weetem lines, has risen by sheer merit trom the ranks.  An official circular was issued a tew dare ago by Sir Tbdnuie: Sbaughaeesy, president of the company, annonnelhg the appointment70f. Mr. iOrant:HaU vloe-presldent aitd general manager, at Winnipeg, of linea west of Port Arthar, reporting to Mr. Bury, vriko has oeen elooted vleifipf6si4entor/the company, with head and wae educated at Blehopa' College fleiiool, Uk-BOXTine, Que. He : entered the; railway eervloe in 1888 ai avprentlpe aaehlBlet at Montreal, and in 1890 be Joined the ranks of the Oan�dt|u PacWc In mS'.Blr:-Hall left tbe C.P.R. and became general loeomo^Iye foranan at Monctota, for tbe'Iiiteftielonial lUUvray, but in 1188 he retnnjid to hie pHl love abaViks locomo.tifve foreman at Montreal foi: twelve aontM* ' Ha waa transferred to McAdamias general foreman and remalnad there ;^ tor another, twelve iaonths wlien^^ went to Winnipeg in a similar cap^dtr. and from there he vas tmnsterrad.again as master mechsaie of the Paielfle':, Plvlslon nt Revelstitke. He became asalatant superiatendeat. ot volllnir stock of-KBstem lines of the C.P.R. in 1902 and two yeaw later w�t ha* ' to the West as esslstant enperint^dent ot motive pow. of WeaterSillne*, : a poettlbh he occupied unUl he ^is-wadci soperlntendaBt lb l80a,; irhl^ poiltlOB he held utiiUJ,19;i, wJ^'en .hiC;^*"'PoelUon � o� ' ant g^eral manager ot WesternUnes. In 191S he rose, to tha g�M ' manaierafaip. whlojtf.^erstlil hrt