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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "Cf? special Pares Ea$ter Holidays B6twe(?n-''ali' Stations-^ Pt. Arth^ Vancouver 0diii'g-lDates, :^rat6li ,20-2^, 1913 iH^Vuvn. Limit Mai'^h 216,1913. For tickets a|^ply W ni|�M�t C. P. R. Ao*rit., ' ' C. MefJEILLlE, Platrlflx (� of-the i^te^ aM^Tdsfl W :�f^lb>;viilatlonViln the:! sec- In the doTO^^^|i f ^rftinler^Bo^fenviUftended topayhia restectglo;'; wiinempry of ttio-;oWeist IP. KilirUear flghb with the elevator combine in go , thrpugh praolicallV -^HjitpHt; altet^ atlon. It is one- flf-'thefp^fl^ipM' f^ov-ernnwBt roeisures:i^t. tfie'Jjireseh^ ses-eipn, 'and the goVerrttnent is^ detbr-tnined to stand 'solidly by* the act. Entire apprpval Pl^ thej-hlll it stands has been exgresse'd by taembers of the legislative comtriittee 61 Uhit-ed Far^loolr in the ;�veti^ '.::::lDi^,wiis-!agrqfef'>U5dUi"'-:. V it WP�ld)!!H6fa;gp00, $22.00, $25.00 TAILORING .Bombay/.lndia, Marcb,13,'-Thfe-.posi-tion vat' the?Mdhaiivmedsns-*bf:!'th8 vln-diain Emi)ire toward the war in ,th,e east has been, one of great difBciijty: from the flist; Since it began to be;'' come. mor^: and onnoTe clear that: thp;l Ottomans were heing practl,oai'}y drlv-' en out of Elurope, the .%haiJfi}anL of the ra;ce. has "d'eve'lbped in"'a soyt ot'' i'Bi�;a--that - $zB;ooo,ooa' L.'5ie,yptbd,tor liOiO^OAOO 'Spent-ott'Mf^^^l nnu torn* Efi'ilSc. to .^e built and.-SSif jk' poHiunotiol >wi^.f AUB� ana'Kb^ Zealand. Siwh a. gPW ^ '^^Mm!^^yMiA^e preml^^'Borv * �l*Tb|Sa 'm\ aiter thp date ' -'e^m�mt;y�#ea.W''poMcr. he said, uP; ' ^?gffi�*cAenliarSiJptiweut recpived.earlr ln'Octobftr.' ; ^ . ffoiW whleh would In- I -^on; Dr. Belgnd5}|^Dn^v Gt^^ to^ passionate devotion to the Caliphfttejw ingf.-Iitberala;;-^i^%^%^pi{^BPWe The, action:.oi! Young�Tiirks'iil.Hhe :cr.Psslhg:fthe':flo^^^|-;4^6;.ttbu*^^^ recent revolution did muph tp: rOuSe- -^j.\ii.^.^,,.t, tvif; were pjected by tthe-P'pUoe ^todav ^nd mdiaff Empire. 'Aga Khan thflre-I'the" sitting was.*suBpon49d> owing to ^^^^ implores his'fellow oltijieRS;; & 'turbulent 'interruption/ ol ,.the pro- -gtead o-f criticizing the British Em- plre and rousing tlie passions of^.thp Indian against'tih'pm for not'comlpg V Wlleii; we - say Tailoring, we mean clothing that is tailored to your measure by skilled craftsmen, and sold with our guaraiitee. YouHake-no chance. "We-guarantee yoh a perfect fit, also the best materials. Selected from'"the leading mills of England, Scotland and; I^relpAcl, and best of: ^11, we can tailor a new Sprilig Suit for you at prices that cannot ..�.Jbe-beateSi]jy-any store in''C^anada, quality>of ,; pateriateasnd .workmanship considered. t,��^�. .. J' � �� '.MAI,,. yi 9.^.-,i Specials in Furnishii Merfs Cashmere Hosiery, regular 50c, for 2$C.|,| Menf's Negligee Shirts, regular $1.25 to $2.0a |q.^^^..,,^,,,^ Men's Gaiindet Gloves, Our Special, 60c and 75c|j;|^ ^ [^A*,ncx Shirts. 75c ud. ^ '':ftM?|.:t-^- Wci^king Shirts, 75c up. ^^^v^W-^otni? �i as SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CARTIiARTT OV^^^gC|�l^ "A- hands of the enemies of Islam'bra,t-, taoklng iheir oniy friend. - ^^v;,^ Vie 1 - ^ - \SiY^?e'4^ft^^ McLenn^n,.-^ Jill sejl.the ^ dressers, and pVands,, �". 1 ByuaBel stalt oiriJet. ;9 V'riiifiTii titiiuitSlcJSt.? . ,,1-"........ � X 'j?uHi.-i.�yj5. -'solid, pntthpgany ?tiJS^?^^r'^^^^'*'^"' 3 Or&-rug-s.5J. - .. , pair Ecru OU* 9ru8pM, sq - ^Wl^%0 'liaa: 8liy#-W^pf 1^1^^ Ottawa, March 13.-Canadian railways generally may aUopt the system; of using crude oil lor^ generation- o^ their loconrbtive power in plagp,', of-coal. Mr. Clyde Lev^t, , chief - ,flre inspeotbr for the railway commission and forester lor the commissioner o�i conservation, is now pre^arlni '.��.a; statement,'showing-ho^iV ^6 in�aUa-., tlon^oj -tills �S5:stem. limy prayei-*mO|g-advantageous, to^railrqads, ^^0^-^;;^ financial'Standpoint., ' i". , , v?^ The 0, Pj R. is now usrafe QJinjiJSipifS er engines on its" me' loss experienced, annually by the cbuntry irom this c^use. , f-r 'urgency |s'necessary ;:*~Paris, M� � the'"Prenoh o-.- 'crease the peaoe footintc------ V'as 'p'ointed out today^at "the* finance Vid military committees of -the Cham- wini^ipeg is tu'bned down �Winnipeg, March, 13.-Dr. S-ried-mann; possessor, .of art'alleged oi^re for tubflVourdslB, lias, declined ap. Invitation to.visit Winnipeg:, extended by Mayor Deacon.;,Dr..prledmann In-tdmated-by;w|rg mat he mj^y be able to'come;to this city a little later on. l/)naon,'. Marchi:18jsrJ stood, that Prlncpj ,A,ftM naught ifin repr.^e^t;^ fprxpal (jpenlpf^y the ;�deral^ parUaT'�"+ npxtWrlnSr ^^""'^Miif-'-Ki." be attenftpd-" by^'dlBMnSVilaB! S9ntft.tiYSSP�'the F�ny and? WW \d,eH:vei;.:the:-^p�iph. /f. throne jl^YU suing for 94�0.