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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta You eard Her? QM' Qiiastl^t 'Million Exclusive 'ptj'tiifhishings.--Ready ..... J y/t^iJajr EStaontbUi  Alta.; March 12.-Edmonton's ndw civic department*' build ing, ocdapying"; 72 ; by.. 121 feet at Queen's awnUQ. and Elizabeth street^ l9 a, modem fire-proof strucOure of six atoreya v^ith' lull basemient. Tlierc Is 52,0,00'square feet. 61 floor space, and wlienicompleted, �arly in Jfay, ^%iS3''''�'"^P'^^^'*' an expenditure of  JS!!(S,goq,-exclusiT,6 of furniture. A. ai. JetfWre, ^municipal aroUlteoc, who prepared - tli^- plans, Jias jsupervialon of coiisttr^dcittoJiiuwork. Tlie building will bo .us�d\vby the various officials until the l;tl^nii�nent. city . hall,' esti-maied^to cSte,$l,000,OOO^i8 a fact. This [ij^tter buildUiB ia ,tb form part of the centre' planj now ;.under dlaous-i.HgSt Afterward, the-sdvlc offices m^"jg be converted into a business .and offJce^'Mock; � � ' She's a "Mi^S'^Tery . ..Li Her Brother's a(rthe^ti^?&�Srj?S '^{feAs^tit+fife-Bdinontpfr ^�tJS^^|epnd^^p;$|SM|; fMringn'IfSSl^l^ iMiiitiSSf^^ppSalli^^ . The ' central" Idea in preparing the . ^laSsr tfor the civic building was to ^PTOduce^a businesalilce'structure, wlth-:out arclUtecliiral embelUshnients or pretenUous. interior 'decorations beyond the,point of real'^utility. The :materlal8,,u8ed are steel, concrete, brick and'^teira cotta. The building is plaint^d-J simple; except; for such arrMgemBttt-isand "Structural devlqiss i&'iJMike litla'd^pted to, housing the ^|Wous departments, and of supply-^ Jlfi^ihelr a direct and .econpt-mi;;for. Oie depar �^ijlt' tlie' present time'ljieee offices a:^ ^nattered inWarlous parts of the wKk' fireproof; partitions.- There Is il�S>:an eflplosfd' fire-escape, which mfty be used iy't^ei departments as a commanicaQng;:atailr-f: way to the. different fl^orst ' 'Ba^ floor Is- equipped' > with.'f'fcwo tlre-^MiSf vaults* for -the atora({e-'Otw.record%s bpofcsi maps and other docmaentsiij*!; The basement cphtalna a ateatu plant of suffloleht capacity to heat the entirexbuildlng under any condition^ The elevator equipment is also locat-.f:>-- . ' .i,:, ; As a liuilding solely,' for utility purposes it will r.eturn g�^9d valUei to the municipality on the Investmeilt; Moreover, the departm'erits ^vUlf be contfprtably.' houscid^ ,aQd:every;rbrancti of - th^isityls .worl^.of ,r^.e,;^^i^idom,,,t,eachod by 'ff^e-proof, and clos- be tpquir- Wofiderful Savings in these The'fuil force of the tremendously increased purchasing pbwer of your n^bky wjlH' ^Pp^t here.tomorrow, is ^demonstrated in the appended items; which arc to be handed out all day,Jia-i- . day'at just a fractioji'of tlieir original yalue. , ^ '-V' ^ 'V' * � Savings are large enoiia'h io warrant buying In liberal quantities and everything Included Is taken from oUr regular stock and right Up"to the sfandard of all merchandise which gains admission to our shelves. . . . , A Remarkable Sale of Ne:west American Trimmed Hats $5.00 Regiilar $7.50, $8.00, $10.00, and soiile $12.00 values. C6me Dowii and See Them :: They Ve Shown in the Window Were It how for the fact that a "delayad. ihlpment of EastW Hats will soon be tumbling jln, we wouldn't fionsider putting these attractive modete'oVthe marked-down ll's^^^ ,, - > HERE'S THE STORY H!l A NUTaiHIELL-A shipment containing almost a ^n^'"*'' ^'''TJ'^'''..'"?'^'';',^^^^ f\f\ tranal^t,, In the meantime vyelorderftd.a hundred othera to take their place And noVy. the flrst "o* h"�J";'\�'' "Pure linen, extra heavy weight,thrown or kaifbleacbea; with border; '16 t&,-18^ ins. wide; strong and durable.^ "''ft''#* . , Friday Bargain............... ; O 2 U ^ I Bargain Another fcidlay Bargain in Suits Every W4 new thfs seasi;-made of e^xcoUent quality p^ure wbol mateWals, in -tweeds and worsteds; light and.medlum colors, thoroughly Bargains in Pillow Ttibihg Reg:. 25c and 35c. values ISc. .Excellent qualityi heavy weight cotton," soft and free from dressing; 40 to 48 Ins. wide, worth as high as 30o per yard > �� Oi* t" .Extra Special 'Friday ;....; vJ'oC Bargains in Ratine Mimp Reg. 90c and $1.00 values, 6'Oc Very new this season, excellent qualities In white, only;, 44 to 46 Ins.- wid^;' shdwn in white only. Friday ' ^Qq' Bargains in Wool Gpods, Regular 75c. valufes, 4oc.' A .fbvely collection of pure wool patiamas, Taffetas, Whipcords andj serges, in splendid shades of navy, tan, grey,, cream and black. Wonderful values-for/Friday ' ' J^AKp Bargains......................� "t**** Bargains in Kitchen Aprons Reg'. OOc and $1.00 values, 65c Made of "'fine, print or .glrigham;';in .extra full width,! with large bib well shaped'and perfect fitting; ,sfnendldly Sewn fiC-* ' throughout; "Friday Bargalhs.....Www $17.SO i!.very one uew tmo b�louu, yuu,�..w------virn-i-T ' tailored and perfect in fit and dh^pe-lteeplng ablMtles Coats ari made In the authorli-^tf26 an'd 28 Inch lengthrsllk lined.throughout ;.klrts made In rrioderatelv rjarrow^.g Sdtl>Tonform to presenUest styles, trimmed with side pleats. High waistline. Worth up to $30,o6; .Friday^ *P wiiiiVE m fwlL6n,a larger^building.; ?d\fo"'mee't' civic deina^ "The city,hall.of^jGTeateri,Edmonton win ibt only, be, large,' '^commoaicus; and beautlfnl' ,from an architectural standpoint," said Mr. Jeffers, "but,,iE will also iibe'different irom the cori,| ventional civic building. In the dylo departments I gliding We Vill have ample opportunities'^to'-make a thorough study to leairii the requirements of a permanent city^'haJl that will meet f all demands for 'the next fifty years." �* ' � Edmiontofn is Spending Lavishly in Establishing a Fire ^ Fighting Force Edmonton, Match 13.-^Twelve picc-,es of the most modern app�.ratus, that |rK;^t'?fS;the�.ch^rge^ainst couple'living have'corroborated. Tlielri^ story will, .however, not be repealed' untirt|:e hearing In court Saturdar.' ' The, alleged .crime' is,"bejleved to ihave been comini'tt�d'/Decemb'er, 12, and it is stated,on'tha!t 'day the couple went out'for,^^a walk m St. Boniface with the 6hild'and'returned,] without it. The body;oilias preBum-ahly been In the rowboati since that tlme.^^^ li'tV;.^,\ HOTEL MEN '. " ; / JVANT .^PRO.TECTION .Ottawa, March'If-lieailng hotel men from every part of. the Uoaninlon waited on Hon. C. J. DphCrty, Minister of Justice, todar, 'seeWrig" amend-" m'ents to tlie criminal" co^e,, which ,wlir _ jf/piiiifder^were laid this morning inVihClSt^.^'oniface poUce court; .aepilnkt.;-V:icfOT.^SppIe/agea zi, and lii8-!sister-in.-lavir.'MM, Eva Willis, age -----......--------v.-^ ; , - - . ' " ' " > f . �provide for the imposition of a flne^of |l'00,','or thirty days'-in-Jjaii; for, any-: to'-he^Wlvdllecitoate^offspring and [one who plays the/'dbad heat^ game s^i'll.ta'Wve.bepn, strangled, ia. an iTh� lalnls^^ ^c^l?ed ,tq gi,e the ab&dd?^^ rqwJjW on :fhe'iSver-bank( matter consideration. Norwood'Sunday night. TlSe" coupi^^hV came, here ftond WORKS OIJT $300 A YEAR _ ; ^Blwb^aifilew monW agoJJvna;' Wipulpe^,tMafoh'^2'.rM3harle8 M^Jr? Ut>e6n-'living,-'prbfesgedl>"a8.brV^ ich, i bank clei;lr, W^tDi? morning � ' 'aiBtPr wprp arrested vester- in pollers court .sentenced to .years', imprisonment for forging clslsf and/ made a s'tatement. This the .woman ,af terw^ards Is alleged to day aiterkbpn and soon aftetrwards al"manWt tor the St'-BonUacelVhqck: for $G00. ,For passing the cheque, his friend, Lrf>uis M'ell, got six months. ' ~ Gteouai;diTatt the head otLesser:Slave li�e,''ah'outpost of civilization^ jiinterland of Alberta. :Th,9v heavier hijgh-power, niachuies have no difficulty! in-jnegotiating the freighting trails^ and governme^nt. roads. Several ; ma-' chines owned in Edmonton and ;.Calr, g'�ry,r,\vfere', driven north of .the';55th parallel 'during the - winter; without mishap, ..Three ..were'� used ' on big .^me.ihuhts.,v;.:i's: :'indrew5;;iM.: Frith; ptesidient 61 the 'iBdmojaton JRetail Merchants' assbciEt^ ti6n,> says that awhile great 'progre^fe lia^,,been'' made', 'the, use Of-the automobile- and^imotor: trucks in', Canada, more; especially in Western: Canada, ijs yet ih its infancy. ''The motor has done much tor th& laoinimqn,':' he added; "aivdit w njiioli � more, during the' .coming; years;: WKc-motor-cai is giving to Gaiiada a natipnal highway from Walifax . , trf Vancouver, and we are hopeful ft wiilj go by way of Edmonton and,:: thenoB. westward through � the : - Yellowhead HEAVY SNOW IN TWO OR THREE I^EPT FALL BUJ IT WILL DO LOTS OF GOOD motor science has devis'ed will beipags of the Canadian RocUies to the added'tliis seaion to the fire-'ftghting' pacific coast. This tourist highway equipment- by the municipality q! EdraQniibn. The 'department already .I�as:'a."''combination cheinical aad^.hbse auto, and a four-cylinder cat of 96 horse'-powcr, carrying a 50-gallon chemical tank, 1,600 feet'of hose and eight men. Chiet ,Laude^rls''car is a " �will connect motorists .throughoTit the continent .with all points east and west in Canada. "Then there is to be a motor high-vray from -Vancouver-southward to : Cranbrookj:. B, �Cii' March :i2..;i^ A heavy;-fall' .bC"-�n6wv"'covering - the ground to a'deiith of  two: orl'three feet has: enyelbped,- Gjanbrook ;and' .the ,surrounding district duriiig the night. The fall aPffears ,to h*ve, been general throughout the GroYrs 'Nest' Pass, but tIio.;(mild temperature:pr^vaiUngfi mih'* imize5.,;the 'inconvenience,'and the ad-ditionafemQiSture; in"thiB-Tgrouhd.:^wiltj, be, welcome A. B, ..Penwich, one of the old timers .of Fort 'Steel,.'4ias^ returned from a four months' yi^iii'.to tlio old coun- ,try,............'........,,/., , ... ;S,.'ri,.,Cf -PhUlips;^oisa?;-auditor'of Agencies,; ';:leaVBS, .on �i;the':^flyer;v tonight; �for Lethbridge; Mr.'Phillips will he accompanied' by his" wife, and) ihtpVds KNIGHTS OF mm ELECiEO OFFICERS WILL MEET �^^NEXT  SEDGEWICK-;-TWO BRIDGE MEN; ON " LETH-~ LIST AT Olds, Alta., March IZr-^At the sixth annual convention-" of '^the Clrand Lodge, llnights ^ Qt ,Pythias, wliich closed here today,' the following , officers werc-elected : ^ - .P.!.a.'0'.,-A. M. Bichie,' Lethbridgoi, G, C, R. J. C, Stevens, Ol&s , G. V. C, W. A. Irwin, Sedgewlck; G. P;, J.'B.i Bo'ose.-OJlaresKolm ;'G, K. of R,. and Qlfais.. I^-." Staplctord, Clatesholm ; G. M. of E., .1. W. Crawford, Calgary [ G; M. of A., W. C, Alien," Edmoatbn ;iG, I.^'G,., Alex. Brdwn,' Lougheed; G. bf G., .-Geo. through : Washington]- Oregon and California to the Mexican bor- foUr-cvlindcr machineiiof :f BO^j > -^to 70j"^"^' also, a;om Winnipeg'south to: Pemb|iha}>;where;Jlt3j6inB^M dian;;highway, running direct .to Galveston on the Giilf of Mexico, "A motor road 'between, Moijtreal and Torontb.'a rbad-from- Montreal to Miami, Que'.', to connect .with , ...;'a highway rminlng.South through': the eastern states to Florida;' a road from Prescott to OttaiwA, connecting with the Montreal-Toronto' higliway and -a permanent paved road .between TprontpXaBtf;?Ha^ b? valuable ,cqmtijercial. highways- and do. a great deal tovyardsibringiii^-Yari-ous parts, of the eouiitry. closer to-' SH! LADIES! SECBET TO DABKEN ' : I*ADED GBA:Y:HAIBr-USE ^AGE TEA 8a6e MIXED WITH .SU.llPHUPv RF; druggie's as they usually *:us'e too cTrtpVC NATURAL COLOR AND much /ulphur, wTiloh. makes the ^lair STORES NATURAL uoi.UK AINU gn^icy, ,Get "Wjeth'a"^ which can al-i LUSTRE TO HAI^R ^aj's be depended 'upon to. darken �..�^- , ^ ' beautifully arid is the best thiag Why suffer (ihe handicap-of looking known to remove dandruff, stop'scalp old, bray hair,'however .handsome, Itching and falll^ig^Uair. ,-> � denotes advanplhg. age. *^no^ By using Wyeth's.Sage and Sulphur power; �-apable of; running up' miles an hour with. four passengers. Chief Lauder has .recommendedthe purchase of the (following equipment at> once :; . �..:, :.:: ,� �, Three motor combination ohemScal and hose wagonb, each fitted, with a 40-gaUon chemical' tank ^nd. hosebed fotf,l;,20D feet, lully equipped-;., :;';T,wo :'motor combinationf engiheiftnd hoseswagons, with ipumpingics^apityv of not less than 700' galibiisv?a->min-,' ute, each with hosebed^ot iJOOO., feet of  two and a half incb-'standardihose, fully equipped. '. ball at thq|:'auditori\jm,f oh~'i Easter Monday, posiil ofsa'dcideliW ^'d other-cases and ^fiser:v|a3^fi^?^ tl^e asfefstajice asked "for from the -idltiiafensifofiiiir^ ' Shameful.^lsn't jt?'. -. .Pede^tlrians-'Vrei people r.who,'get''in jt�e||iv|poi?^j|^^ drlvers.-^LippincOtt's.. ' ' Findlay, Ohio, has tried and fined two chiropractors for practicing racdl-clnp, withput a statp .license, ' > , Hairper,. Lethbridge^; S.-R, for terin of four years, F, P. Baritito,' Sedge-� wick.' Sedgewlck ,was chosen as "-the next: meeting: place  ot;- 'the m. Grand Lodge. ' \ : COMMISSION AT THE 'HAT . , Medicine ,-Hat, VMarch^lS: -^..The Grain coinmission sitting kere today heard the'city's'eialntfor'.a terminal elevator, anj^sample.inarket-put forth; The fact that tlic city was fast becom-ing a large milling' centre, n^ade a bigvlmpression/onithe;commiaalon; A great many farmers from the' district were present, and gave their views A deputa'tlonfrom'Broadvie.wlasked that, a sitting be held there on th�:return of>the commission east. The request wa3_granted.;, - ^ , TIME WILL TELL ' ' Calgary, March 12.-0. G. Devonlsh, ;presldenti:ot;ithft;InffustrlarjBureauj;r tutted from a tour of th^ eastern" llii-,ited States today.!. Hia.trlp^^wap'madei for the pdrpose of Interesting manu; vfMturers;-iniiloc^tlng.s indius^^^^ Calgary, and was very suecessful. The Cor^d thatEfthaiices the Very young women needtfiis corset. ' t' It gives the exact foiandatipnl.;re-f; -'quired for the successful fashio'n? / , 'able costume, 'supports, tKe'' ' back, encloses the hipsj gives , to the figure a more matuTe ,appear^nce and is so graceful; % '-' arid so comfortable th^^t wear-} ing it i^s a'positivepleasure.""i''* 'AtfJ'Ijoctors tells us'this h'the \' "^moidel w)�i�!h cvety young woman' -/ 'j fe%oul4,,'a,4opt. ,The reprice, M 'W$f^,oo tbjj$3':o.o kss than that,. : * 1 7089 ;