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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May fi, 1913 THE ll.vRALl) Bordern and Laurier m Debate Carload of Ontario Pedigreed Stock is to be Here foi {he Exhibition IVitu a view to aiding ID llie ini- ot tV.t Sivo block, and ad- vancing tie came mited farming, the AMocialc, Hostd? o! Trade ot Southern Albcrti, !'as negotiated tor the bringing to LttlbrMse at -tract, carload of the best pure bred bulls obtainable. fa Ontario. These bulls toe teen vlccleil a commissioner, who has been (ravel- ling through Ontario for three weeks past, picking up Ite best obtainable, and paying spot cash for (hem. He has vijrtd, that he leaie Toron- to, vheie las assembling them, with the shipment on Monday night and should arrive here June 16tti. The shipment will Dur- ham hulls, and tvery one ot thern, have a pedigree record lhat by the corn- he kept it tho lair gioucds lot a belore the fait saown to those inlerebtsd in dairying and live slock improie-- uient, and all have been already en- tered lor competition at the exhibt- iv ill be brought These bulls tion. "The demand for Shorthorn bulls uas been great for many necks, and at the time ot the recent mixed farm- ing and spring'live slock show'there'were tnany as a dozen requcits for information as to where to said Secretary leti Jacic ic of tV.e tafng. _ eshibition Board, this mqtnfng. "Mr.-. Finley, ol the Associate- Hoards of. Trade, turned turned over to me a number ol such requests and1 we have been working ol farmers In, when they leitn. that there Is ol this choice Ontario stock to be sold. Many bale" been waiting for the government to mate this ami the req.tti.ts lhat something of the kind he undertaken numerous, but it time lor the government to jet start- ed aud it has i very territory to appease, and so it will be months, possibly, before the livestock ?ljnj arc tarriea out. .Meantime the farmers arc in waqt'ot this stovk aud the Associate Hoards thuuld be encouraged in this by the.far mers informing their iecrftary c! their vanls, fur il. this 'carload ol choice shorthorns is not sufTieifnt to meet the demands it viH're possible to get anplher carload soon after, I believe, through, the means lhat'havc been adopted." (irooitlcd Speaking of the plans for the'.sals of the stock this morning, Secretary said that it was- tha aini to bring them hrre in sufficient seispn to glte them a'cha'n'cc'to'rest upland be in condition for exhibiting, and that if loitune smiled on those hav- ing them in charge, they should ar- rive ihout a wcet froiS Monday. The C.P.H. has been pofilird, a'riu'iXs live slock agent, H. U. McMullen, urged to see that in its travels so as to-arrive here ..on time. After a week at the- fair grounds, during which the slock. I'age 9 Iron, (rout pagoi .host lhat u-ere to tei-n given by Canada. 'I hat vas a mailer tor ran.est atiJ cons.dnation. lu the first place tint ant.ouncpd action scattered argument cou; fLtion on llic part ol those ic- iterated that tbcrc was no etneigea- Sir and his (ol- loners hail ieady to guarantee the peace of tlit uorM. had imsineU of secrets of the I'lamiy char.celluiiti of Mu had bfen vaporing on their part and Ike uiwt voiivincii-.g proof u was the the gov- fa'rnfers I "No, they hate lasting impression on the-farnierfi I "No, they simply mnrte ivho ;rc engaging -in cjklryiag'autl vision not that the bill lie rejected mixed tanning. as they might haie done, but Ibal Mr. Finley said ".Mr.'McLean ad-jthe bill be not asjcntcd to until sub- vises, me that he was unable to milted to the judgment ot Ihe pe'o- to Orila'rio he had plan- ned, but thai I.e. had sent' a comrnis- sioacr to buy up -this" through inlormalion Ihe. buyers lor the packets, bi s'olule reliance'in be "was under tlio'pretext of an-einer- hat lie had ab-; Senatc no-ild thi judgmenf of gcncy which -never" a. been juslioed' 1 out Ibc entirely, 'a sociate Hoards gpt.in touch with jng for another'carload ,Jpi short- men who were travelling throughout horns, and lor some belters, has Ihc country buying-up sfcet for thrla man buying them ub in'Manttoba, that is for slaughtering, 'and lhe> have posting Mr. Kintey on Its location and ht Interestcd'a large stock man lo commissioner east to buy up thovbest obtainable. 11 is a. most comniCEd.ibla move, and it is certainly gratifying 10 'he man- at'rnicaKofvtlie Ciliibition, that il 'will be.here in season for fair on June 24-28. We are going lo hale an ftXccptfoiuUy Ir.rgc.lijc btocV Fhsw, and will liave a greater number and it is possible thai 'thtse will be here in season lot disposition al the fair, hut.it r.-jll -be several days be- fnro'vic are advued as'lo the pos- sible time, of shipping i "II will appreciated it all 'the larmers wanting.'to .buy. shorthorn bulls T send void to the "Associate British Press is Busy Airing (torn Iront Me. Wtether or He reference ran tq undo onf.e, or in torn, ire mailers entirety ou'.eldc Ibc of taler-fmptrjil dlscasuloti.'1 Thn Dallr Telefnpi'b navil cortes- rondent points ciif-lbtt Iho whole Morld servito for the. defence of Ibo EiDjlrc, lale lo 1515 ly in 1916, the aatnc itrength hich it bave slood at If Premier BOrden's Val propoiils had been accepted, while npenilhirt' la the Untied Kingdom on new It anil, rt'psled lo the eient of Tha fitoptlon ci t'ols expedient .will jiva an opportunity far eventi to work out to some conclusion, tlther favora err unfavorable lo thft' Canadian "o Telegraph rays that lor fit' tb. Issue' In Ij ovarshUojred. by, a ''eoMtrUitloiifl 11 ievelopnumt ot Vhlcli to 1 for somo.JMti. Gmrdlan points mil that Mr. .Ohurchlll's cMunsnl mattes It clear tbat considerably more lhan "will hare lo bo found, and a supplementary estimate uppn his diction; continued Sir Wil- frid. He tliat the'frlrae JflnlEler-ISOE inislaktu in ws view of "Canadian Liberals in tills iiousc. They followed dicllon. The yremler tad said iliat the Senate should lo.reformed. It iyEB uj> "to him to do so, for he Mas' In" office, and had llie power lo do to. The Senate, he continued, lied simply asi Boards of Trade, as it will no an for a 'eferenc'c lo the people arid dicatlon of tl.e numtfr necessary to ]one 'o sci oul of a dirference bfr onc Inanch of parliament ani) another was to appeal to tue pepplo This the governmont should do! Tho priree-mlnlster had. Enid a -iloien times, as recently OB at hfs Torpnlo meeting, lhat If parliament refused aid he would appeal lo Ihe penple. meet and psr.mil jot the continuing ol this .watt." "If Mr. Churchill -were nor-to for further shtps-on-tbe'Canadlan, or any other pretext, ho de- parting from bis undeYt.altlhg lo keep down the justifying the doubts of the_worth of any British undertaking.. this'and sons, the government" can ships In lieu 'of the' and the sooner Mr. 'Churchill says thai In terms the "bet- ter-" [The Toronto carreippr.derit of the I.ondon Times is trie Editor of the To- ronto Xcvis, recently knighted on re- commcr.aallori of "Premier Why not do so? Jl has been claimed that tho gov- the Tho House was nol al- lowed to on jho Canadian of- fer whilt naval pill wan under dfwuufan', OJIawi. tut aa tho ro- iectlon of the naval bill Is lo lei us In for a supplementary estimate UiLi of- ficial ajlence. will .now havo to be broken. J I ''Mr. Cti'iirehill.-il ifce end of March, fjitf ibipt wero tot aitlonil the If lio stands Ihe jfanchVsler' Guardian, ho mint jrhat requirements Tha Rally Edmonton, June Kmraa Fletcher, aled wile of J. er, of the Fletcher Realty Company, shot herself calibre rero'l- ver In tie left bre'asf, lodsr. She ill probably die. Fletcher baen low aplrjled for come time, and had been brooding over the death ol tier blind daughter. Mr. Flotcher heard tho jhoi flrM In the room, and at once Crushed In to Ihe room. Ho fojrhd Her Vlrig on Ihe floor nilh the revolver by her' aide. She ititned him thinking lhat iho wal ahouljo die. Mr. Kletch- er at onco called rhedtcal aastsla-ncc. The polkfl were also notified, and Mra. Fletcher's dejniftftm'wu liken. TWO MORE BinDMEN KILLED Buc, France, June French airman Ait junto Bernard and a pass- enger killed al the Aerodroma.tiero. .The plana while al a considerable allltuita suddenly plunged rlolerillr lo 'the earth and was shalUrH. Tho cause of the accident iq Auction Sale, Tuesday, June 10th AT Ft'ed and Sale StabUs, Third south. Horses and Cattle Six ponies and. delivery horses; two work teams, (.aii'i 7 jcara pla; one mare'B year? old, foal by slile; ono 2-ycar olQ marei nno que maro 6 yc.irs old, in foal; two Durham Dulls, old; wig'ons and htrnoas. v Tf CASH. J, A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. had a mandite from 1 lectloii'. of 1311. this'at m T.as the Postmaster Senoral. who In Ibo cleclloii ot (911 lind Ihal Canada oycd 'nolh ine to absolute-negation of ihe government policy. "on. Jlr.'l'olietlcr "Xever never1 Sir Wilfrid replied.that when Mr Pclletler went lack to Quebec for' rs election, he ibclared thut on tho naval question he would have a uleblscite "or beller" he ojao chnrged'ineirihers on (ho government side with having paid (or the circulation of copies of iiouras-a's piper, "i.e iiovolr" dur: ing the cloclloii of 1SJ1. A Challenge Kcferring (o the statements of Jlr. Borden it Toionto, .that a Canadian was navy. Sir Wil- frid Laurier said lhat this was quite In keeping with the record of the Conservative parly. That had been that hntl been the stock argument of Ihe Conservative party for slxij years. They hnd nsver placed a reform on the slalule book that Ihoy wore nol accused of disloyally. He Quolecl Mr. Vortea of January idfh, 1510, In which ho hpd stated In the house that Iho creation of a Canadian navy was not a move toward separa- tion. This was his reply. He kueiv lliey' woi'ild try to Ontario ,1'y a loyalty cry snil they ivoulrl trv to rouso Quebec by the No amount of sophlstorv tlie Canadian people. "Our polipV' salrl Sir'Wilfrid Ixiurier, (n closing, "Is a Canadian, navy, Imlll in Canada, ami manned by Canadian Ihlg Is ojr sUnd. Wo defy him lo so lo lie country on Ihls issue." C. P.-fl, WILL START I', 'SWEDISH COLONY Saskatoon, June' ostabllih- mcnl of a Swedish colony fifty miles cfralght iv oil of gnsliatoon centrally locatdrt between tho Cf'.Ii. and th'e O.T.P. Is being iindcrtalicn by tho Natural Resources department of tho Canadian Pacific Hallway. It Is cslliruilcd (hat within .1 icry short time will be al least slsl) Swedes locaUtl al Ihls place- and nr- rngoracnl! are In proffess lo tulld up the colony, establish a chiircfi and makp It n firsl class farming co'rrt- mnnily. Augimte 1'oirfer, a checker on the long wharf nl St. John, dropped drsi) 'while at work. loving Inio Our New ONE WEEK MORE AT OLD STAND .One Week of Greatest Slaughtering of all Former Prices. Piles or Seasonable Goods we don't want to move to our new store. These we offer for One Week only at HALF Former Prices j Suits, Coats, Skirts, Silk Blouses Morning House -Dresses, Girls' Colored Wash Dresses, W. B. American Corsets; Leather Hand Bags, and a great many other lines all going at Half -Price Ladies'Tailor Made Suits Half Price S'Sij Tnilorptl Sniis, ludf Tailored Suits, half price...... Tnilori'd Sniis. hull' price Suits, imif pnOc EVERY SUIT IS SATIN LINED AND MADE UP STYLES, FROHf IMPORTED WORSTEDS, CORDS, WHjPCORD AND FANCY TWEEDS.' Silk Blouse Half Price ,Sill; Hnif 1'rici; td 9K Silk J'.lonscs, lialf Price S3 QQ OTHER LINES AT SIMILAR REDUCTIONS Hand Bags Half Price All Li-iillier Hand Bags, Hand All U-nther Hand JJitgs, Leather Hn'ujr Bags, All l.eathpr Hand 'OTHERS AT-SIMILAR REDUCTIONS SALE PRICE :rr K, Cloth Coats Half Price Spring Coats. Half J'rice...... Spring Coals, Kulf Prici-...... Half I'rioe..... Spring I'riee...... Half Price -S3.00 O'in-scfs, Half.Price. 62.50 Half SIZES 18 to 27. PLAIN HEMMED SHEETS, Q-J _ Heavy Quality, aach......... O I 2 C 42 INCH PILLOW SLIPS, each........................ 70 INCH PLAIN, SHEETING. !7 INCH 'BROWN CRASH LINEN TOWELLING, yard 13c. HEAVY WHITE FLANNEL- ETTE, fcr per yard LARGE WHITE BATH TOWELS MEDIUM WHITE BATH TOWELS :2( 15c 25c 10c 15c 20c 15c 15c 25c LINEN HAND TOWELS ,cacji....................... Quality LINEN HAND TOWELS, each FINEST ENGLISH PRINTS, In dark light colorings. dye. 1 0 par yarrl..................... Ib2v IMPORTED DRESS GINGHAMS, n _ "ptr'ylrd....................... I UC MUSLINS, VOILES' AND COTTON SUIT- INGS, ALL REDUCED IN PRICE FOR CLEARING. 35c.'COTTON VOILES, Reduced ft To........................... I Serge and Panama Skirts Seiyc anil IVnnmn Skirts, halt' price Scvgo and I'linuina Skirts, half priuc Serrro and 1'ammUi Skirts half price Morning House Dresses Half Price Vi'iiiih olTcrlng from to 53 Worth in regular way, to SU.OO. W.B. Corsets American Make S1.90 S1.50 S1.25 Wash Suits and Shirt Waists THe Little Prince Brand Suits from to Shirt Waists 45c to 90c Must'Reduce Window Drapery Stocks Quickly Bungalow Nets, and Casement, Cloths; to lie sold nl great reductions in priucs for uiir, week. Come in and look over our stock of window drapery, and get our prices. Here's n. -chance to stive some money.. Some of the Moving Sale Bargains Among the Staples IZl'zC- 15c. MUSLINS, reduced .Q- 35c. FANCY DIMITIES and ORGAN- DIES, reduced to............... aCOC 40c. apd 45c. COTTON SUITINGS I M Reduced to.................. C I 2 C eCe. COTTON SUITINGS Jflji Reduced lo 35c COTTON FOULARD DRESS GOODS reduced lo C3C 45c-BORDERED CHAMBRAYS Re'ducsd to.....................OUC 'All other wash gcotft at similar reductions. AT THE OLD STAND FOR ONE WEEK THE SIMPSON CO., LTD. Most Strenuous Session m -History from front Inal code should malerially aid the tic- effect to stamh out ovils naalnEt ubich legislation has been TCrently riirecled fn many countries. "In ttlae recognition of the Import- ance of transporlatlcn; aid has been granted should en.nirc Ihe speedy compleflon' of the entnl' railways now nndir llon. Tlic Increasing voWnio of pro- duction comnicrca Isi'dlrcndy lav Iny (he caincily of etlBlMj; tritispcrl. atlbn Hues parts of.Canada.. oilier subjccti ahlyh arfi TpceHIng effecllie and ".well merUsri arli'lhe provision qf fur- ther (crmlnal oleiAtom in the provinces, aud the na- liotol ports ott both-Ihe-Ailsnllc and anil cbtiBlruotton'Of 'dry of 's.ftiT'' dato the largest slearn- iMfis. "Tho' which haso heon consumniMled for a more sptcdy and more frequent mall service Canadian ports lo those of the United Kingdom has doubtlets commended it- self approval, and bo hailed with gaHafaclfori by the people. "You will be glad lliat the trade of thfl fUcal year just ha.s, largely lhat of a year previous. Inimlgrallon flow; to our.snores In abundant measure, Ih'c revenue continues to estcnd, and there (s fallsfaclwy evidence of de- lelopnjenl ar.d progress In a'll pans of Ihe tlonilnfqn. "Genliemon of the House of Com- mons-- J tUayk you for the iiberal pro. vlflcn'ivhlch you hare made for (he Increasing needs Of the irjbllc lice, _ "Honorable Gentlemen o[ the Seri- ate: flcntlenten of the House of Com- truiv thai oa your return to ho.iies you wlj! find ntundani 4v Idtncc thai the'-'tonilng harvest will be bMfttlful, arsurjng lor onol'ne.- year (oe prospctlij- Canada hip- plly cnloyi." MEN TO GET DOMINION LAND WORTH SET- TLING OlSPOfE hut poitponeil when il wnt thai a liasis for scttlernnnt for diKpulc li.iJ arranjfd. The coietcd quarter section is cne mile wcsl of the lout.'ot Mhabatca, and is said tn tic worth il sub-division property. Edmonton, June 4. dispute. our the val'ialilc tiomestcad at ,Uh-' abssca I.ar.rlir.g may lit settled by a <1 IMS ion oi Ihc homcstcatl" belwctn the Iwo claimants to Tliis courw rins tteti agreed upcn'as n compromise tlie tivo patt- ic.c, John Frame, buWlier, Kd- montonr and A.- U. ,CaI- Kach of (ho hafe mirte ap- plir.itlon to (lie ddparlmfnl at 01- lo Lc giicn of ,llic latiH, and If fhis meets .uith .tlie appftivnl nl (he department, a'stttldnttnt jilll dc made in this ni.innrr.. was'ordered hj Ihc Dominion gov- ercmenl. ar.tt csllcu' fur. lodjy, GIVEN 'AN "EXTRA CENT Siuns Clly, loxa, Jims strike In the Cudaiiy and Armout planlt, involving 1600 men, was settled lotlay, common laborers being granted an advance from 13 to :0 cents an nour, which Ihey had dc- roar.ilcd. STEAMER STRUCK A-MINE; Alhens. Grteco, Juno Uei- sttamer, Kurhnd, from Anliverp.' blruck a mine near the f.qland of Phleia. In the Gulf'of Athens ihls mcvnltis She was strlomry ed. and had lo bs towed to Plialcruo end TO CURE ft COLP ONfi Tnke BROXO TnMpU. "Jrusglsls refund montjr 'ft, it fnllE to, cure.. E. W. OROYlTf- tlgoalure off- csci ;