Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
Daily SATURDAY BARGAINS Record breaking values for Saturday shop- pers in our spring- opening sale. The after- noons are very the morning, .Hotter choosing and more time to do it. ENGLISH CAMIJIUC in a fine soft even bleached Full yard wido, and pure white. I lurry for it, a WIDE fine lot of wide em- broideries and insertions. Mostly and, )5c a yard, 2 10 5 inches wide and beautiful pat- terns, a yard TOILET beautifully'bouquet scented toi' ei soap, fhree In a box, regular Saturday for large 40c new navel or- anges. and juicy. -Buy them Saturday for A. MACDONALD 6c SENATOR POWER JUMPED OX BILL Criticizes Temperance Legislation Before the Senate Ottawa, March sharp passages occurred in the Senate today over Sir Richard Scott's bill to pre- vent liquor being sent into any pro- vince which has enacted prohibitive, legislation. Senator Power remark- ed that this bill could have been framed only by a fanatic and was a sample of tyrunical legislation pro- I moted occasionally by excessively good women arid .sometimes by men who made a fetish of some particular individual virtue. Not only, declared Senator Power, was the bill uncon- HOLD-UP MEN ARRESTED Two Fernie Men Alleged Perpetrators Of the Robbery Of Coal Creek (Special to The Herald) Fernie, B. March al- iegeu. perpetrators of tne daring hold- up at Coal Creek a few days ago, when Messrs. Quinney and Hums, of the Trites Wood Co., were relieved oi' some in cash and several hundred dollars worth of cheques and the receipts, in the shadow of the' Cranbrook, March ar. man running 'between Fernie and Coal Creen. He is married and has two children. The city police have mace a clever haul and will receive the ?500 reward offered for the ar- rest of the parties, and they seem i i -j' A Help I to be sure of their man. Jas. Bolanger Arrested at Cranbrook at the' points of drawn revolvers, were cleverly .captured here last night by Acting Chief Bowen and Constable (Jorman of tlie Fernie police force. Xath liabcock, a prospector und claim staker, the first one ar- rested. He was stopping at the Fer- WILL NEED FASTER AND LARGER BOATS j 4- London. March M. Hays, speaking of the launching of the new Grand Trunk Pacific railway steamer "Prince George" at Wallsend yesterday said faster boats with greater tonnage between here- and Canada must undoubtedly come. TJiey would be result of the demand for grain on this side. But unless there was a possibility of soap at- traction for Canadian grain, some ad- FARMER STARTED BREAKING SOD rival of a freight fain at two o'clock this morning Chief of Police Dow ar- rested James Bolanger, brakeman, on :i charge of being implicated in the recent held up of Trites Wood's man- ager at Coal Creek. He will be re- moved to Fernie this afternoon to come up before .Magistrate Alexander on the preliminary Investigation to- morrow. I: is said that another amn also named Bolunger-, name unknown, were night in connection with the same charge. It Is rumored that a con- siderable sui'i of money, about were found on them and also two ---......._guns. According to tlie same report .go into the homes of the most res- c. P. R. vuflning t of Cranbrook, the Fernie parties admitted tooing I pec-table residents of the province at hflB been arre8tcd-- by inductions J concerned in the crime but beyond I any hour of the day or night and jstitutional, but there was no scrip- nie Uotoi aild the took hlm jtural authority for it. He pointed custody'ut 11 o'clock last night, 'out that thc Bible did not forbid-the; Then proceeding to the residence of use of wine. Waxing warmer, Bolanger in the Annex, they took j intimated that some people had a su-, anU'a Bearch of tne house j pcrfluous amount of virtue which had in the findlng or two :lo be relieved Sn this way. Not only j u Js belleved that Bolanger the bill prohibit liquor being; -tak-, nmde some confes- en into Prince Edward Island, but it! jsions to the theft, .it any rate a_bro- even gave authority for an ouUcer to j lher Bolanger, a conductor on "the every man who wants to wear the whether in dress or working shoes, underwear, hats or men's wear, wliich will suit the most critical. Both in quality and price I. give a hearty inspection invitation. and third, j search for liquor. .Then there was another objection from. chief Bowen and will arrive in saying they got drunk and wanted the Fernie on tne evening train. i money, they gave no account of what which Senator Power saw in the bill. J. 0. Bolanger has been working; become of the amount captur- me demonstrate to you a few special lines. of my Ernest Schaffer, a farmer nine miles east of New Bay- ton, was breaking" sod yes- terday, March 10. It was badly drawn and made no pro- vision for wine for medical or sacra- on the M. F. and "M. train as brake-: ed. mental purposes. Why, he asked, -f had one Senator from Prince Edward j -r1 Island, declined to introduce this leg- i islation. j-f. Yeo remarked that he had 4- not introduced it because he thought 1-r1 Senator Scott could handle it much better. After this onslaught on his j T" "T" WOODHOUSE FOR WINNIPEG Winnipeg, March W. K. Woodhouse, master me- chanic of the Canadian Paci- REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATION Slater shoes which are know nail over the American continent, for comfort, .wear and style, at moderate prices. I have these shoes in patent, box calf, willow, gun metal in ex- elusive lasts and styles, and all Union Made. 1 i i vantage or some reason why such legislation Sir Richard Scott lie at Calgarv, has been ap- grain should 'come to Halifax, March discussion by moving the pointed to be superintendent against gram from Russia and Argen-1 or Ottawa, representing the militia j fournment of the debate tine, it was possible that it would department of Canada made a Might! igk.be some time before the steamers p.- were needed. He commended .that to the statesmen interested. over "the ice at Baddeck to-day in aj PAPER MILL STRIKE m, FRANCE AND UNITED STATES NEGOTIATE one new creations from! Alexander Graham Bell's laboratory made six trials. He expressed himself greatly pleas- ed and said it went like a bird. A feature of these .flights were Chat Che RAPIDLY SPREADING. j'V of tne 'Shoes at Winnipeg. succceeding S. Hungerford, who iias been appointed sup- erintendent of motive power for the Canadian Northern. Organization Completed Last Night-By-Law Held In Abeyance STYLE CRAFT CLOTHING A line upon which you can build for qual- ity and fit at-price's within reach of every person, and known wherever good clothes are sold. I also handle the well known II Brand Union Made Overalls. i Washington, .Mar. negotia-1 aviators tions between France and the United' motors. States are reported to have reached a point where either a speedy settle- ment can be obtained or a dead lock which will produce a max- used strictly automobile tariff situation if not broken by 21 when the final provisions of Payne-Aldrich law goes into effect. treatment bv the French of sever- 'products-imported from the country them cotton seed oil forms the at issue The French govern-, has raised, not only the maximum on this product. OBJECT TO MILITARISM London, course of discussion on navy estimates In the Commons yesterday Joseph Martin declared tiiat there was considerable Glens Falls, Ny., March 10 The strike at the International Paper-' .Mill is spreading daily from one mill) to another. In addition to the shut! down by the South Glen Falls the mill at NMagara Falls closed down yesterday, and dhis afternoon the mill at 'Fort Edward will close, making five mills of the company which are not running. Strike breakers were run into South Glen Falls plant last night, but the! RECORDS BROKEN body of opinion in Canada opposed to boss machine tenders at the plant' contributing to the defence of Uie struck to-day in synvp'adhy -with the I President of Crow's Nest Pass Coa! Company Speaks A meeting of about forty of the leading real estate dealers was held last night when the Lethbridge Real Estate Association was formed with the following officers. President, W. R. Dobbin. Vice-President, Andrew Tilley. Secretary, Benton Hatch. Treasurer, A. E. Ires. The object of the'organization is a protective society to keep up the stan. dard of the business and not admit members .who are not considered re- I o company in starting any of its ma- chines. Thus far all is quiet. enipire on the ground that Canada i strikers, which fcrippjed the Toronto, March sliown i liable business men thus protecting would ,be mixing herself-up with the company in starting any of its ma- to shareholders, of the Crows Nest i the public as well as the real estate .she__conti-ibu- i ted. LUas I business men. "f Rogers "annual 'meeting today Chief of Police Gillespic, City So- j make it certain that iu .lulv next a j f, 0 T, j ,_____ licitor C. F. P, Conybcare and Ald- four cent, dividend ii Ll is SHOE SALE SHOE SALE DON'T FORGET GERMAN'S MONSTER SALE Don t miss tins grand opportun- ity of getting your spring shoes from newly arrived goods at ridiculous low prices. This sea- d Ladies Shoes hapes to please the most fastidious, and with our practical experience we can the durability. son s Gents an in, styles and s 'be resumed. The result of ci.er ations for 1900 shows .1 h :5 profit of despite the ihat. len cents per ton was oil for de- j erman Oliver were present at the meeting at the request of the i est-ate men. There was a discussion regarding STRIKE BREAKER WAS ARRESTED AT GLEN FALLS Glen Falls, N. Y., March pany "K second regiment this morn- ing began strike duty at the South Glen Falls plant of the letrnSEHT Glen Falls plant of_ the International paper mills. In South Glen Falls last evening a strike 'breaker named Chris Reach real Ot xew York, wearing a special po- liceman's badge, was arrested, and Washington, -March bill to incorporate the RockefeHelv. Founda- tion was ordered favorably J at an-executive session of a senate committee following a statement Ipreciation. This accosts 'or J89.-Ithc real cstate licensc bylaw' and lhe 90-1.05 had not oac-'n '.on taxed tmi. peneral opinion seemed to be that the. ten cents net .-.roiit vuiul have been !busincss and not thc should increased by that amount. jbe licensed- I tion figures for the months of Janu- A committee consisting of the exec- j ary and February, 1910, break alliut-ivc of, the new association with previous records for. this mine. During: three other members was empowered 'January thc output was tons ilo meet with a committee from tlift las. against for January, I !cii-v council and formulate if possible. Sin Feb. tons as against new bylaw regarding the 'for February a year ago's output. Of (il'cstion which would be satisfactory subsidiary companies while a year lo tlie the real estate i ago, Morrissey, Fernic and Michel I railway operated at a loss business 1 The summonses which had been for the prst 'two. months of 1910 oft-i sworn out against a number of real I sets this loss and allows for a profit I estate firms for refusing to pay the t this year. Although in his license are to be held in j Rogers made no promise that divid-! abeyance for a week until'the matter 'ends be resumed next July, it is well j can be satisfactorily adjusted. understood this will he done. In! __________________ j thc course of his address after con- STRIKE BREAKERS WILL gratulating thc sharcholdtrs on thc record showing made by the com- pany Rogers said that' the government estimate was that the company had men shouted and jeered the con- stable all the way to the Jail. Reach is one of the thirty strike breakers doing police duty on the South Glen Falls mill property, made by Starr J. Murphy, tlie repre- sentative of John D. Rockefeller. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver autets are safe, sure and reliable, ant1 have been praised by thousands of women who have been .restored, to health through their gentle aid and curative properties. Soiu by all drug- gists. 1T H EKTR E S forty million tons of coal in their j mines. That figure reduced to ten biliion tons, it would allow the com- pany, operating three hundred clays a year to possibly produce tons per day, for 1500 years. The Presi- dent stated that as far as it could guarantee GERMAN SHOE SALE THE SHOE MAN SHOE SALE ATTEMPT TO ENTER MILLS Saratoga, N. Y.. .March NEXT WEEK I charge of a force of fifty detect ivesj 4 n train load of 200 strike breakers' left here this forenoon for Corinth where an attempt will he made to; take them into the mills of the Inter-! 4 national Paper Co. Six hundred pa-j per makers are on strike in Corinth be brought about the company would jand three companies of the Xew York get the mines on a ten thousand tons i state troops arc on strike duty there. a day basis. The president also made; i---------------------------------------------- thc statement that expenses tor wages had been the interests oi economy de- creased by a month. Secre- tary Young, had been moved as secretary to Fernie, has resigned from the board. AERONAOT SEVERE INJURIES. P.ui, Kruncp. March Lor- "ine. fftH with n Bleroit monoplane, j which he was Hying at a height of fee; ami badly hurt. Tlio was demolished. o- ur DTAMOXI) KIXG at the 4; MAJESTIC 1-L (iOETHE'S IMMORTAL FAUST Every Scene Com- plete Grout Grand .Fjisciuntiuir 50. 75 and Box Seats At tiic Red Cross Drug Store LYCEUM March 14. BIG AGES ACTS The Musical Bensons THE Lntuclm The Comedy Juggler Fuller. Comedy Sketch Artists The Great. Morton Iron Man Halhvood Illustrated Animated Pictures The best in the Country Seats at the Arcade Prices 25, 35 and 50 i 1 I I I EUREKA A Tier First IVr- SUPPORT ALD. KING i Lethbridgc. Alta., March 10. i Fxtitor Lcthhridgc Herald: thc regular weekly mretini: of the I.cthbridge Trades and Council tonight, the following resolu- tion was unanimously adopted and ordered inserted in the local papers: "Resolved, Thai the Trades and Labor Council of Lethbridge appre- ciate (ho action of Aid. King in con- demning the work of thc Board of Trade Publicity Department in floort- inc the city with surplus labor, thus lowering the standard oi wagrs and also catering for unfair competition against the local workers." Jj Yours respectfully, 11. A. Maveety, Secretary. oruinncc 1JHIXG YOl'K Yon must ihcn- WITH YOUR You may have the lucky number A Beautiful Dia- mond Ring; for Someone F 4; 4: 4: 4- 4: V 4: 4 4j 4 4 MARK HAMBOUKG RECITAL Knox Church.1 Thursday, March Seals now on stiic nt all tlio dnia- stores and John (i. RolxM'tson's Hook Sloro Trices 7oc. Xo scat will reserved luit ticket holders will lio asumi of a seal in the section of the auditorium which the ticket is Only tickets will he sold and Knox rhurch hold thai number of people com- fortably. Get your tickets for they will all be o-one before next Thursday. Auspices of Y. M. C.