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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. .Tumvll, 1012 THE L13TII1HUDGK DAILY HERALD Page 5. THE GREATEST SUIT SALE WE EVER HELD REGULAR Just See These Clothes, Below Wholesale Price. insure a Perfect Fit, no Suits can be made Better. All 1912 Models, all sizes from 34 to 44. Elegant New Spring and Summer Suits in Fine Worsteds and West of England Tweeds, in blue, greys, tan, green and browns. All Hand Tailored Suits you cannot match at 365 Suits to choose from. See Our Windows. We carry every article a man or boy wears at a saving of One-Third. 15.00 MACLEOD BROTHERS, THE GREAT CLOTHIERS LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FREIGHT SHEDS NOT LIKELY TO BE MOVED During the past year reports have been circulated from 'time to time .1hat the C. P. .It. intended to move their freight sheds -this year from their present location, where they .are rather much of an eyesore as a back- ground-.-to Gait Park, to a-new loca- tion'at the. west'.side :of the north eri: tnnce to the new oterlvaad budge at Ninth street. The, delay in beginning operations ,to this'end called forth .a r-jesolutiou from the Citj OounciJ at its nast ahkmg the companj to 'begin the work as soon as possible in .order that Hie sheds may- lie ;ouf, of) tie way during the Diy-Faiming Con feiess session in Oetobfi Now it1beconres: known that the com pan j lias abandoned its plans in this regard for this year at least The sheds icmahi where they ai e, and othei altei atians to the yards here1 hav-e'been abandoned the same time. The lleiald IMS tins on good auth -orif.y, although City lias 'iiiot yet apprised of the fact. Mayor ILitch stated tins moinmg that he peclsd to meet so'me of the C P K cm but 3iad heard' nothing from the city's letter of enquiry as to the company s intentions. The reasons for the company's, de- cisions in ,the matter are., not we! although it is stated 'that the money appropriated for the changes in their, sheds and yards here bas been switched-to be used the'A. R. and I.; lines'up to standard, j No estimate for was made last .winl-er, 'whan the company's; esti mates w'tre -put; a laige estimate was set aside for lais- uig the >ards iheie to can this point be dealt with. With the idea of forming this .s- sociation, a convention" of Alberta le- tail merchants has been called' to .meet at_Calgary 3, at 9.20 a. m. Every retailer, of every is united to attend this meeting, iHcans so much foi those been carrying on their. busiueaB'Tiri- der tlie unfavorable conditions which today exist in the province of.Alberia. At the meeting of the Lethbndge Business Men's association, to be hold In" their'office 3fl7 Sixth on AVednesday, June 19, "at this subject "will be taken up arid dis- cussed, and delegates appointed: to at- tend the provincial convention at Cal- gary- A members requested SOLD BOOZE TO INPIANS Three men were gheu jail sen- tences at St Thomas for selling H quor to Indians MONEY, FOR THE BAPTISTS Vancouver, June Mr. Johu Morton, a Vancouver pioneer, settled heie before the funaua fire, which destroj ed Vancouver 26 years ago, in his lust will and Utia- provides for the educational objects of the Baptiit Church m British Columbia, bj- a bequest of J100.000, to be held 'by trustees to be appointed in the first instance by hie Mrs Ruth, Morton. TWO WOMEN WRANGLERS London, June The Tripos list issued by University yes- terday, contains two women wrang- lers, Miss E. R Behrmann, Cape of 'Good Hope, and Miss I. B. Piper, of Aberdeunshlre. (r RETAILERS TO HOLD CONVENTION MERCHANTS OF THE -PROVINCE WILL MEET IN CALGARY EARLY IN JULY The retailer of this .province has been working tioa of a few of the larger centres, while on every hand ho is surrounded by co-operating bodies each looking after their own interests and protec- tion. It.is quite time the retail mer- chants of Alberta, got together and worked in unison for the protection and benefit of their several interests.' They are unduly robbed .on one side by transient hawkers, .ped- lars, etc., and on the other, sido by unscrupulous .debtors, them- selves unable'through the medium of the law to collect small accounts, which.they have allowed persons for the' necessaries of life. Something must and can be done to relieve this st'atu of affairs, which is due to the apathy of the retail merchants in not getting together and doing by united effort WiliRt as individuals they can- .'not. attempt to do. II is necessary to have better laws for tho following: Collection of small debts; lowering of exemptions on gar- nish.cc actions: a better law govern- ing, bad cheques, and a better law governing absconding debtors There are municipal ordinances in different cities and towns that, need amending, so as to afford proper pro-, feel to ,thc retail merchant, who doos A let ill business, is Uie, A Good Housekeeper is a Genial Judge of i F Good bating One who knows the difference between Superior and Inferior Groceries, never fails to'dilate upon the merits of t our Pure Foods. You can always obtain genuine satis faction at our store, where Quality and Low Prices prevail" Ox Tongue in Glais Sliced ,Ox Tongue.in Glass Beef and Tongue In glass Lunch'Tongue in gluts English Brawn in glass .65c. 6Sc. 40e. EB'S JAMS JELLIES Strawberry Jam in glass 30c. Raspberry Jam in glass 30e. Red Currant Jeliy 35c. Black Currant Jelly 35c, Strawberries in Syrup 55c Cherries in Syrup 35c. MAGors sour IN TABLETS ASSORTED, EACH 5 Cents Fussels' tin Figs, in 35c K. Kavah Custard K. Kavah LimortKle Powdtr .'..........Me. French PHI In glass..................4Sc. French In glAM ..............4Kc. Dunean's and 25c Peter Rted'i Ferfar Reek Candy............25c. per pound..........30c FRUITS TO BE DEPENDED UPON t and Perdoien ........25c, 36c, WQ Lemons, large, regular 40c; now per donn .30c. Strawberries, per box 15c, per case Cherries, per Ib 25c: per box Pineapples, large ........................40c. New' Potatoes, Green Onions, Lettuce, Cucumbers, New Turnips, New Beets, Green Peas, Celery, and Rhubarb. Geo. Kerr Co. Phone 1453 ;