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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta l-Vulay, May Iftlg TTTF, LKTIlBRllXilvDAILY Paged Always Something Doing At The BIG JEWELRY SALE A. MOTHER shipment of Watches and Alarm Clocks have arrived and will go on sale today. Thus giving i Ihe disappointed customers another chance. Watches at 45 cents Alarms at 35 cents Big Ben Alarms at 1H! "It's simj.lc." In In1 -HIV ijilf Nvcrti't- ili'o money, lum' marked mir are getiinjf it.. many very ploiiM'ii ciiMumf please and satisfy you. (lie lliree sire "ivinj; awav Saiunlav o'oloi'k. (Set a I'rut! lickel. one of ilie ]m'.-i-iu Government Voted Senate Amendments.Thus Destroying Their Own Bill kiug the a straight subsidy jiropoiitton. Nickle, Kingston, isfco presiding frosi; nhoin Ihc- liquor v.as Jmed twenty riollais ami mat-, 'li.e lu.c uas paid and Mai tin vas Elk Kttcr has luwire'l luli- ,cs io dhe lasi'tweuiy-iour hnurs ami the probability of A finnl. os sp-iii-J quite possible a is now considered TCV jiuyr'jlaUc. The amount ol dclris t'oi'h.i; ilown the livci, u-Lkh nf much of the trouble, it reduced, and the tiaiie.fr is ly The following teachers hnve rosjgn- jc'd from the Mait uf the Ft-rnir pcb- lif bcUuol ilfss Midilletun, Miss ['carle Habbiu, Miss -Jean Faulkner, Miss Agnes llallentire and Miss KUiel Cogland, Miss Hiilrn is planning to go to tLc Okanagan Bailey for the ficnefil ut lipr 1-caUh. and it ib ruinorcrt that Ilalj will not leave Miss Copland will rclvirn to lllainrtoir, Alta- U is-expected ;hat CoJ L. Clark Uayincnd, of viill be apjiointed co'mu judge. Otlana. June and niiic o'clock tonight, the IIcusc set- tled down-to ihc ihrouglj- the twcoij -Jlhrce j order tLat tlie morning might bo de- to coiKurrence, and lo the clear- iiig up ot a few fag er.iJs ot legiFla- tion. This meant that tbe money had to be votcfl at the rate mil- lion dollars an iionr. Tbe reauH was thai th'fere.'nas no dlseiuiion at all on Ifae-Homa. any tlipijchcs msde' orief. The jirolo'nBctl Ue'jaie of the day "oc- curred on Highways liill." _ Hon. j-'rank Cochrane, Minisler_pf moved that tlie amendments made by Hie Senate be noi concurret! in. The motiati oi'poied by Sir Irld Untrier.-niid lliu contendtd that iho Senate was light in Oial the money: rhouW be divided amongst the vari-j on3 on the uasl; of popula-1 tion as as in sirlklns oul the dausc of the bSU ajrtcli Aulhorircd the minntef to consirurt roaUs ai'.y-j in the Dominion. They argued! that ihe proposed grant of 1 rho'jld be divided amonyst the maintftincrt li> Mr. Borrten tbit the fuhmiilcd by Ihc In rflvidcd amnng thu provinces en the ta'sls'bf "iHSfcilalloV that the Federal goibrnnxent entitled lo keep cotihol of the mot.ey it TV as proposed to vole, The debate was marked by n ralU- fr (jinrrcl hetwcen 11. El. IJen- r.clt, Calgarv; lion. Kobt. HoEcrs, and lion. FVank Oliver, over happenings in connection v. ilh elect ion s in A1- lieilR ard Manitoba. 'Ihc1 language _ UBcrt was so uariii tbat the Speaker! Intervened on a number of occasions mid demanded retractions. The motion not lo to the as a straight Fi'ly Tie eald (i vsould prove an Infer- csiinfi Oxpcrlnitnt, and would result In good. Mr. Cochr.ine. having declined to ngrrc lo the rc'mcsi, ATr lerctif-c to'ilic thereby Every Day Brings Us More Business yalislieil Pntroiis. The M-i-rel of ii all is llie wondcrl'nl value olTer in all lines. Tomorrow is a special day iind n-iiavanteo io give yon nil lines of al half (lie jirici's you arc at iho so-ualle.d "sales'1 else where. We cxpct'l n i-ceord nisli foiiiorrow and it (liCJ-ofore pays you to come curly. Here Are A Few Specials MEN'S DRESS OLOVES of Supple Tan Kid. Regular for .......................................iOC MEN'S OVERALLS OF GOOD DENIM. Regular S1.00 For MEN'S POLICE 25c. For....................................... MEN'S SUITS OF FINE SERGE; Regular For........................... .......15c ...57.75 LADIES' CHARMING KIMONAS of fine Japanese Crepe In QQ several captivating patterns; Regular ?2 25 for WvC .08c LADIES' RIBBED 15c. FLOUNCED large shipment to clear T-. For 1C BOYS' DANDY 1 Q For......'......................................... IDC CHILDREN'S BEAUTIFUL WHITE LUSTR6 COATS, 4 Jft Regular tS.OO I BOYS' 51.25 For BOYS' 15 cents For CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, in tan only, regular J1.00 For 1 15 cents rj )r VV 49c HUNDREDS OF OTHER WONDERFUL BARGAINS N. fare refunded lo buyers from South side on purchase! over il.CO, Alberta Trading Co. 418-13th SL N. Wholesale and Retail Merchants, telhbcidge KEEL'S CUT PRICE SALE Our cut prices are crowding our store with eager buyers Once in a while you can get more than your money's worth, and now is one of the times. This Great Cut Price Sale has saved and is still saving many a man many a dollar. Attend our sale and get your share. Read the Cut in Pi'ices in the Goods You Want in These Hot Days The Best in Underwear Our woiu'.H I'lideiweav eovor.s every >lyle and fabric ibal is desirable ears lecn a cripple from rheumatism. She assed away yesterday at the Lome >f l.er Mr. Jof Varc. Krnesl and lluhy McKnsn verecon- ineif lo hed Tuesday wilh (he meas- es Dr. Johnston, oi l.undbreca is in Charge. Lundbrcck ball learn play Ihc Hivcr tf-am Saturday next. D ft. Mclvor is away to Ontario or a three vieeks' trip. ''Bruce" Bounty is his destiiiation, Wiartun Ms tovn. SAW MILL MEN ON STRIKE Dultuh, Jlliin, June of the fire mills In Duluth are closed down today, owing lo a strike of the pliers employed there, and about too thousand men are idle as JL result. The strikers themselves, honeier, number only about one bundred men. They demand an Increase in pay oE 25 cents a day. They are now receiv- ing a day. Iri a signed statement issued this afternoon tlie mill owners blame the leaders of the Industrial Workers ol the World for the trojble. PJJEI'ARING FOH XKW DTOC'ILSK ANGLICAN SYNOD ENDORSES ARCHISSHOP'S SUGGESTION AS TO NECESSARY STEPS 'inr.liieg, .lune 5 main busi- ness at the morning session of Ihe Synod oi Huncrt's land, was ,hc reception of the report of the committee appointed to consider the charge delivered by Arcnblahop Matheson, and the cinesllon of the di- vision ot the diocese. The reception cf this prcnod a complete reversal of the decision ol the Synod jeslerday alternoon not to pass such a motion 33 would imply the securing of, legls latlon at Ihe proUnclnl Synod next Aiigdst (or the diocese. morn- fn? the (lausp ic the report of the committee ahlch read. "In regard lo the n.uc--ilon Of (he of (he dioceae your committee concurs with Ills Lordship's ilevs, that the necessary legislation to enacted forthwith, so that there should he no delay in establishing a nerc dfocese when the- tinie is was canied unanimously without discussion. FURNITURE Standard Furniture Co. SATURDAY SPECIALS A Few Only Union Rugs Sizes 9x106, 9x9, 7 1-2x9 Reg, to Special Verandah Rugs 3x6, in all colors Special 70c LINOLEUMS DRAPERIES ;