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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibi'idge Daily Herald, Friday, March Page 13 IMPLEMENT MEN SUGGEST CHANGES 'March -agree- ment has been reached between the general and the representa- GYPSIES HAVE STOWED AWAY IN TRUNK province to withdraw the 'bill respect- ing chattels on farm implements for at least 'two weeks. In the'meantime the bill will be given into the hands the implement houses to suggest such modifications they deem ad- visable. Then it will de submitted to the legislature again. It is under- Astounding Find Made by the Strath- cona Police While Searching a Home of a Bulgarian Named Mitch' ell on Saturday Evening in West End of City Kdmonton, Mar. asiounoiug find of gold and bank bills amounting to more than thirty thousand dollars was made on .Saturday evening by HUGE AUTOMOBILE COMBINE J. P. Morgan Has Concern Under Way Soon be Complete New York, Mar. formation 01 the automobile combine with its capitalization ranging far into the mil- lions which, it has been learned, J. P. Morgan Co., has under way, will be a matter of probably several months before the consolidation takes on defi- Chlef of .Police Robinson, of Strath-Suite form. cona, while searching a house of a Bulgarian named Louis Mitchell, com monly known us a Gypsy on Second avenue, north, between Third and Fourth streets west. A charge of rob- bery with violence had been laid The purchase by the Morgan firm of i the U. M. r. Co., of, Detroit, to merge 1 it with the Studebaker Co., is only ar initial step. All definite information j regarding the proposed combine was--' withheld at the Morgan office to-day, ORANGEMEN OF MANITOBA Platform Adopted For Political, Action stood that the objectionable that the bill now contains will be against several of Mitchell's family! but the departure to-day ..of Henry P. whjlc for jljavidson> a for Kuj, the overcome, the bill not attaining 'Object soug'ht. It is believed thai the other bill respecting heavy farming machinery, which was drawn up by the minister missiHg money that Uie pollce mude ope. where Mr. Morgan now is, for the Wimiipeg, March The Crawl Orange Lodge of- Manitoba, at :ts annual session here last week, pi- ed a political platform for 'lie guid- ance of the members of the onii.-r. There are many radical planks, but i the big find which the Bulgarian had j purpose of conferring with Mr. Mor- 'stowed away. igan in the matter. It is now generally lit a trunk the money was kept. In believed that the General Motors Co. i slilutiou of Loyal Orange Asso- bills and gold It presented a daz-j controlling three large companies, and cialjon the majority are simply declarations of well-known principles of the con- appearance when viewed by the -of agriculture, will pass without any police. There were between the K. M. P. Co., will'form the nuc- leus of the big combination, dliliculty. No serious objection has yet been raised against it. and in American gold The capitalization of these compan- the most important dausr-s are those pledging the order to -to- man compulsory education law in IMPORTANT LEGISLATION and ?20 pieces, and the remainder was ies total The General: Mauilob SUpprmion of the liquor in bundles of bank bills of various de- Motors company is said to control curtailinK of vice, making ihe inni? i niclcmnliilo PnrfMlflr> Oitlrlniiil _ i nominations. [Oldsmobile, Cadillac, Buick, Oakland FOR As there was no evidence of its hav-iand Rapid and Reliance trucks, while dishonestly secured it was left in the old trunk, where it was the United Motors Co. is. said to con trol the Maxwell, Briscoe and Brush English language the only official lai- for the schools, courts and leg- for the. schools, courts and leg- found. Mitchell was urged to have I companies.'Mr. Morgan, it is reported, i it deposited in but the Bui- may also include aeroplane companies Ottawa, March 'Richard Seott announced in -tihe senate today that he proposed to offer an import- ant amendment to' the bill relating such u course and the money 10 transportation of intoxicating remains in the house, where it if i CANT CARRY ALL WHO islatures, and the gradual withdrawal of any special privileges heretofore jarians some compunction 'in the combine. quors. the ac! The amendment would guarded, to (provinces which .had de- The: case against the Mitchells ac- COME TO CANADA London, March bookings to clared for prohibition and had enact- jcused of robbery with violence at a I Canada are so large that It Is prac- ed prohibitory legislation. The effect j house in which another band of the j tically impossible to get passage for was that the bill would be limited to j same tribe live oa Second street, Prince -Edward Island, asked or it. which had is being continued at the Strathcona [police court this afternoon. the next three months. The White Star, Dominion and Allan lines are putting on extra steamers. 100 MEN'S NEW SPRING SUITS Made From Extra Quality Fine ish Worsteds in greys, browns, olive shades and greens in latest novelty and plain styles. These suits were made to sell at and A few samples can be seen in our show windows. Special Price for Saturday Men's Lightweight Spring Overcoats made, from novelty overcoating in brown, grey and olive shades. The collar and cuffs are blazed with Mel- ton to harmonize with the material from which these coats are made. The effect is very artistic and pleas- ing, Regular and Special for Saturday only A J J T1 made from good Pure Men s Odd irousers An wool Tweeds and Fancy Worsteds, in Greys, Browns, etc. These lines were made to sell regularly at and Special For Saturday Only r made from good quality Irish Pop- lin in all the latest shades. These ties are made in reversible style, which makes them very much more serviceable: REGULAR 50c VALUES Saturday Special while they last 25c enjoyed by any section of the com- mimity, any class or creed. The eu- I tire platform consists of twelve planks, which aro as follows: separation oi church and state. national school system, which shall he the only sys- tem to receive financial aid from the public treasury. righlsxto all, and special privileges to irrespective of creed or color, and a gradual with- drawing where possible, of any spe- cial privileges heretofore granted. English language to be the only official language taught in our schools or officially recognized in our courts or legislatures. education of all children under the age of M, and over 6 years. Unswerving fidelity to the British Hag and constitution in all legislation regarding our army or navy, and a stubborn resistance of any measures which would tend to weaken the close connection, between the Dominion of Canada ami'the Mother'Country. encouragement of immigra- tion from the British Isles, the Unit- en States, and desirable subjects from Northern Europe, and the rigid scru- tinizing of immigration generally with a view to checking of undesir- ables. inspection of all religious educational and-charitable, institutions corporatcd under the laws of Canada, or any of the provinces, or receiving; irrantp from the public treasury, and: all teachers engaged' therein should he duly qualified, and in possession of a Government certificate. enactment of such and the necessary amendment of such ex- isting, as have for their object the curtailment of vice and the social and moral uplifting of our Canadian people. gradual suppression and elimination of the- evils of the liquor traffic an-ri the encouragement of the most democratic means toward that end. retention of the Holy Bible as a necessary factor, in the admin- istration of oaths. recognition in every pro- vince of the Dominion, of marriages performed by any qualified clergyman of any religious denomination, or any other person vested by the law with i that power, ami the penalizing oi any wilful interference with the marriage tics because of religious differences. HUDSON'S BAY CO. REGULAR AERIAL PASSENGER SERVICE Will J5e Inaugurated in Com- mence Next May Munich, Bavaria, March firsl rcRiilacr air navigation service in Eu- rope Will be inaugurated on May In. Regular trips will be made from this city alternately to Starnbcrg and Oherammcrgan. A dirigible baloon of the Parsevail having a gas capacity of cubic metres and driven by two motors of 500 horse- I power each, will be used, The aerial carriage will accommo- date twelve passengers besides the crew. The fare for the ronna trip to Starnberg will be 555 and for the round trip 1o Oberammergag I The regular service will close ior the j season on September 1. An officer from the German Aero- nautic corps has been detailed to j serve as captain of the dirigible. Exclusive Agency for Butterick's Patterns Exclusive Agency for BurtY Shoes New Goods constantly arriving keep us guessing for room. The Ladies' Wear Department upstairs is piled high with the new arrivals, which seem prettier than ever. No need for us to be overcrowded long, as out they go at the following 'Ladies White Lawn Blouses, all over embroidery prints, long tight sleeves; also large puffed sleeve, with long cuff, trimmed with val. lace and insertions. to A very large assortment of tailored shirt waists In linens, vestings, lawns, ginghams and cham- brays. to Large assortment of all the newest styles of Ladies' Coats, Skirts and Suits. FAMILY ALMOST WIPED OUT BY SCARLET FEVER. London, March she rtiMth early thi? morning of Edward SOUTHARD BLOCK REDPATH ST. s-.nall children of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gsese. South London, are dead as a ir. Suit of scarlet fever. The only re- mainins child is in a serious condi- tion from fever. Mr. and Mrs. Girls' spring coats in Shepherd plaids, .fancy pkuds and covert coatings, trimmed with velvet collars and soutache braid. Price to Ladies' white underskirts, made from fine white cotton with hemstitched flounce. Price UNDERSKIRTS. SPECIAL! Made from finest quality English cotton with 16- inch flounce of torchon lace. SHOE DEPARTMENT All that is dainty and fine, all that appeals to us as good workmanship at a price not above moderate means we show you in the Edwin C. Burt shoe, made In New York and shipped direct to this store. We have-the exclusive sale for Lethbridge in this beautiful footwear. Such taking lines as the following will soon walk out at the prices. We are showing all the newest styles for Spring. The "Ankle Pump" for ladies and children is going to be very much svorri this season. We carry them in black or brown. Ladies' patent colt ankle pump and Ladies" tan calf ankle and .Misses' tan calf ankle pump, sixes 11 to 2.'.. Misses' patent colt ankle pump, sizes 11 to 2. Misses" vici kid ankle pump, sizes 11 to Girls' vir-i kid ankle pump, sizes S to For men we are showing the choicest styles in Oxfords. Men's tan calf, blucher cut oxfords, welted. Men's velour calf blucher cut Oxfords, welted Men's patent calf blucher cut oxfords, welted Men's tan Russia calf, two buckle oxfords, welt- ed...............................___.. Men's velour calf blucner cut oxfords, "Men's' all patent'biucher cut, welted.'......; MEN'S WEAR DEFT. rlans are out for an extension to our men s wear department, which has proved altogetner too small. During the remainder of March we must clear out several thousand dollars' worth of able goods as our new goods have arrived and we haven't half enough room. They should jersey out at these prices. lire pros i rated. There Ivive been cases of scarlet fever in Souti London since the beginning: of the Men's Dark Tweed Suits, stripes and checks. Reg- ular Sale...............-----....S12.00 Men's heavy r.weed suits, check pattern. Regular SJO.ijU. Sale Men's "light tweed suits, in fancy Regular Men's light worsted suits in stripes ami checks. Reg. Sale .......................S9.0C Men's tweed, suits in light patterns just the thing for Spring wear. Regular Extra heavy ribbed woo! underwear. Regular a suii. Now, a suit Fancy striped underwear regular Now per suit Natural color wool underwear. Regular y.i.00. Now per suit Fleeced lined underwear. Penman's underwear. Regular Now ....................S1.75 Men's extra heavy wool fleeced. Regular Now ...................................V1 -25 Light weight fleeced lined underwear. Regular 51.20. Xow ..............................90c Men's Casmnere Hose, embroidered fronts. Rog ular price "tO cents per pain Sale nr. Men's fancy cashmere hose, regular SOo. Now go ing at ................................3 for Men's fine black cashmere hose. Regular 30e Now...........................5 pairs for S1 Men's extra nne flannel shirts in pale blue and green, rtegular price Now Heavy Tartan shirts. Soft cuffs and collars. Reg. Now Fine Flannel Dress Shirts in blue and green. Reg. ine dressy fiannel wua laundered collar band