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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .IF mm . -SI rJ|-*^?.S MoraiMg ' ' vpr 20Q Satti^le Suits, Easter at f^^cticallv Maitp^il^ r^M^ v^nderful bargain. UR H^ Sfr * Vr , ) Sampled'Cc^ts rT Uy^jhs^Y? aamplo^ccala, When.we,mean " ;;:;;8t^d :coate/ ns.flO to:^p.cfc^^^ lillv New Goods in this Greater-Week-Beftfr^E^ster Sal�g, $13 The New Waists are Beauties %SS iil-arlVal'of 20 more^ovel^^Ti^wtifitsyal^ea '*!f,pk^ comnlete and words'fail. to.  vtm We t)efu-Eveh Cittf) StoreSc\j4;^tj^mes /yi^;-JVgi�^ S(/A: and With The^e Suit Smcials $14?5 mw Spring Suits It there if* any doubt about the value, vyo can give you-In a suit for so little money, why pay us a visit after you l�ave seen what the other stdres are offering-You'll see $20.00 worth'of style and matertal for-:^; Tailor Made Suits ... Look where you will you ca^^ot find - j., suite that wUl "begin to compare with these I �� *7U|| It even ^?23.00 and ?25.00. Some smax^ J | � / DU tailored navy.and worsted suits. AU3l!SaBtci�. Some Hb^ greys,'tana and'navy that wflK surprise you.  Actual ?25.00 to �30.00; now ;$225o Wool and^iRMine Dresses . 3erge Dresses............., ^. ... j,:y,;A'pure wool serge dressi-daihtlly,trimmed at lieok and sleeves; with-two,color striped Bed-; ford> cord. A dress you would expect to pay i,$12;00 lor eve^ JlS.OOstor/ -Buring^;tliii3 BElle-i^ Sample Dresses ' > ,sJ?$ome of the dresses are, ve'tvets, .lome serges, swijlle others are for; evening jWeariM^de from nets, embroideries. and fancy, silks Not a large collection, but every orte a bargain. 'Fancy Dresses fere's where we shine-For. $16.00 we otter you all kinds of fancy jgome^'Bedford cords, also itWi^ton 5 ,^'lot;;with values up to $20.00.^ "Now' bn sale-r' , LitieAWaisisior t $2.50 on,Saturday Two>ll' linen tail''- .waiSts.tactual',Tr^lue . ^all iiib.;. JSomethoBg 'ex ,tr^i^\fprsUlt wgT^ MannislijVams ""' .XMdreNew; ' H The" new shirt styles,-^ with I ^lengths ln,this-h)t.' Better be-early. , ^ I Seamless Silk Hose 65c Something" new in silk stockings.'' A\s5am-Jess footTwlthf-'^eiaforced heels and toes, and Perrin'siPrench GJoveM Are the" best known gloves perhaps In America, and thestr-Sguarantee to replace ,aay -pair, that-proved-LunsaUsfactary, 'has ',made BERRINS a'lpamejtj).be prou''/ of. .We caxry , auedes� silks, ciMOflte and Bh-fenoh Ki^d, inimahyj'sli-shade's. Prices- ^^j^ from $1,00 ,to ,$2.00 pair. SiiksKmha for $3.85 1 , . . % . J . . regUlar ,$6.00 all i sUk,Kimona'in''many colorings at $.3.85r' Small Pers'aii designs. ^-^.^^ snap. for .-the Wrat 12 ^ctistbmeri. Easter Neckwear Two dliplay casfes^'lillea "tovthe overflow with every known novelty ;In,Easter'Neck- ^-^^ wear. It you havejhot seen the new'^uak- ,n K^'P^.^^^GE t6 #6NTREAi,T0*ft'^%^ ^*.'.V^>if-J);,a^,GATl6N\:, i,(Qnei)ec;^Mkrcli, 13.-The f;oyernmenJb -' ' ---i^r 'Btonfealinr iuTts' attempt 'j;diannel up the river baa ,tidSe k'solid IceJ hM$^ KJwiU-'hfvoi^ to- worjt at it a jT^m&rerbefore showing any': ro^^li's on its way Xo "Three RivBisJfTberMarine dep.artmsnt ofticf- > 0 crciirn i ncu li' \ 'n tQ% the ijsti'e'iint >i.biisn.u IV .i>e Xflj^fV " "^iJ'osl v.' �-ti til Mil* eil^Siiit ^{isiici'fi if ilii 'IonI jSo\;jerngveat' uLiW nil > in.' till ui\ ability* ot ching tSe metropolis be-,^;^il^lentl,.f A^tt'dHlcial'message from'Ottawa an-natBSiwsf'.to'the''contract for,the St. 33h(?!f les ?ii*�r ,lo'r4er-inA:puncil which has just been-'^a&'edr'and'slgnfcd, ' i-**T'f?s';a''w6rk ol grfeaV * litoportions CHICAGO REyE4j|dNsJ;,,H,AVE CAU8ED,aCATTERIN*Q;OF i THE.F!RE'apGS - '.Ciiicagor Ills:, 'MarcliV.lS.-Henry .Cohen, a,fire insurance,*a?lJ!usfor, and nameil in the cbnfesslo.i^s of John �Paniels and BenjaTriin?BMnk',"'^S,one of 'the men '.'higher i(pt', iifr^Ue' arson rmg, was brought ifljto.court,today, but could not furnish Jshe^tequired bond of $40,000 an^ -yaarplacftd.^ in jail Assistent .gtatiiB .-^ Attorney Jolinston; in charge' dfitthe'ar^sonin-�Vestigation, admitted'', today * >,tl^at: .many ol the business^ _inpa .and "fire , , duiv'nsl ciMl I01.I on Ihi ' i' t the DuVja ^ouiKfuK^t'V/hen �the latter:opened "�lion"''.iilmic L I "-outh Af-o^liriliiiiiori' m �dorato counsels 'rtj^gjerals if!sTlii8snia3r|;Bi| untie?"' the supeifvision of the Puhlio Works department. . , fHiara.papi-1 I'l-e the "Vork-t^sliduad publiDh 3uch'stai�- Messrs. ,Siemens Brds., ".electrical supply -company, of'-Ejogland, have sent E. Hammel, one thett ;engln-^^liethbjridge, to inspect the machinery au:p^plie4 by them and installed ]a?t y^'ar in .the power station addition." He is Veil pleased with the fanner In whlc^h it is working. ^ ^ ' ^'_:_ --^^ IttOiCfttcJh your, eye .with the ex-i-to'the'merttB^pf our high grade , -�"'6j.ocK,,,Bth msm^ 'loss adjusters naraeij'jnVt*^ ptoQes of Fink' and'Damels>,^Ye'./fled..the I city.* F6r ,thia reason^he '.^aid. ,,that tbfe^ issUjknce of warrants for persons �whose "names have only, recently li^n brough't into the case would ptqce^d, without waiting for'actibn by ,Vp& grand jury. NEWS OFFICIALLY " CONFIRMED Supt. Cameron and Mr. Atchisop, pf the^cAr service department of the C-'P.R: were In the city yesterday to at-'ten'a the sitting of the Board,of,i^Gyaln Commissioners. AskVd l>y the Herald if'he could confirm the published report thstt, tlfe contract for the'ye'-i ma'ininjg sixty miles of" the Kootenay Central/h^d been awarded to Burns and Jor^ah,^ of SipoItane.Vhe', said he,' had heard nothing ,'aWat it," from'anjf; official Boui-ce. ftOwever, th* report might be true', and'the operating department hear nqtfa'ing about Jt, � , '  Howeverj the'SHerald lat^ yest^day afternobn, received cori^irmii!tJon"'ofj tlie report from Vice-?re8ident'lBury.'&, office'at-Winnipeg,' " - This -^ehXy stfength'ens X^jbl 'bridge's position In ite^cdntentioaihat ^pe of thg^gdvernm'ent Internal'�ls-> .v^jpca_be;ldcated b^^^.l' ^ '^^''^ ':.| '�'', .Carrf�^nn*-"Bualrt'e�a'Man ^' TURjL^^ sEpuk-:ewt#"' , by dr. frie|(,MV^nn;,lS;HAy^ / ' |"ng' G0|d'-Ef FECT" ., v/'f New,' York, March \ man, whbrecelved anqijjjecttonWtjt'hg| tiirtl^c 1 bacilli, 'ad^nWterad^^M^ B:,;ledUlanaflaatJa^^aT; .c^s^^^ cording to -the %bvii� JtWjS.nfornln^,, to We". alr^Udr^Anpto5V^1ma�^r� and-'tells' an intereB:ti^g;taleV offtfie aeusations he felt poon afterA taking the treatment. /'MmV^r'-^l'f "About five hours^after.:;the'>l9^e.o-, tloD, I.ielt a strangeVsensaitlorf4n\the, calf of my leg," he .s.aid,^'at|.wa8illke a Violent-pulsation or motion. -It^be-gaa 'to spread n^tll Ji^ Ungllb"ir^i>sa| ' To Talk About vthe Code Tfie eleobi'^csaliola'�s,of the Y. M.'C. X wIU be hefd'tonight in the auditorium. Mr. Held wIU discus^ the na-cUonaj elftctric^de.^' -?�u'l.try Men to Meet . ; - . , The' Xiefthbridge JPOul'try assooiatlotf' will hold a ine'eting tonight In'the,' Board of Trade,building. , Effort to Mafe . Ministers Exiwress^,.;: Opiori Mel Booster III J vW. D.'Finley', secretary of the Afi ^feoofate JBoards of, Trade, ia cpntlne.d 'to )his roomsT suffering, from a^^ligm-, 'orrhage of the nose._ ' ' " tion thrilled my etitlrer'^i^Y that it must be the'cultufef s^eadingr �through, my whole iysteml^-a^^niifc my hands on my headj." and,^hc 'Wnrfc vou f^!'' '"""'w 'Work you turtle,. wojIeI; �',1^!f>;^v'^". "Following the treatmontr'tny;'tfm; i*(JQ(^tlnued' from front, pago)!*^"!. four" ministers absolutely refuse, Tvhen -asked'to .t�l whetlier or-nbt'^th'" . lieve Oanadiantf^ 6ould^e^g^Se;in., ship- ^, 'builling,;; declared Mr. M^o?fa. , , , " "Yoii'�h6&ld not expect'an'^ answer now," declwed Mr.""Bfarfefl:';- \%^:^^^ i "Why not" put ia Fr^d 'Pai'dee.*:^ ' ''wS ai-ft'flot deallnafVlth'.tliStfqg ' ' First 8maII;Pox Case , . :.-/The firstsinajlvpoxca^^^ iwas immediately removed to tfiprlsp-' ' Rebels Troubled Them 3.~ H. Wallace "to' purcji^e-tattle ^iot i^rJSIsppiM^^ ilMSMistSrfiMfe^?S|c|^^ , "Following the treatmont.riny? if'":' closr ^^hlrtnTj peraturewent very high/,1,ut'It drop-. adJans were f *� ped m a day or two'. and'thla>o)Ti-I'l'v an escort of Cowboys from the ing was normal. 5/ ? ."I felt IE .,.>,.-.-- man, with tite, the night sweataSri sense of ,exb^ustion''dl ' dr. - ROCHE'S/.,^^ca Ottav(!a,' March i-i from i^Eoohester; -Tt night," states, that ^. tlqnxpntinues ver* tlent haying passe out qbange'ior,Oie"wpr was In 'considerable'^ ^ "^ItThe""present policy is one o�,im-tmediate aid'to theBmplre,"-6ald'Mr. ,p?ll^U�i-, "^e balance will come' lat- "What -talance?" asked Mr,' McDonald ' "The' Premier ha,-s spoken of this as Bomething^,wb"'!ifere doing at'i)resent, and mKmate'd that\ho'expected some-^ thlne'else 'would-lift^4�ne, later'^under* the agreement wltlj!'.,'the A-dmlralty,'? said Mr. Pelletier..V-'-.. ' "-'I if ' Mr "'MaoDonald then;asked,the; B|[m-!.' . ; istei? - bf'^ Mlltla 'to, >^efh>r he , , helieVea,'^hlp8 co^Id'be''l)untlln^^^^ ; ' "f wlii 'do .that when {t-su^tr^my- , self; >not when-it suits�the'i!(iember^f.o? ^. .| 3i,fU,t� kain Col. Hus;heB,'!s, -A,' / " 'S tare and piulse a,Tefa' excellent operation his recovery almo^- ANOTHEBV or" 'by an escort of Cowboys from "the; ranch they were visiting.' Mr. Wallace will wait over for a month in the hope of accomplishing ,hls'T>urpo8e.^ ',-'''^ . Personal Mention- ' ' ^ i -'C. Bruce McClelland is a-.Baron^ vis-itoRlri the 6tty today. > ^ ''. fj\ ' : p..>L, Howard, inspector 'for, Jhe ,C5.. 'H.'^R, Telegraph do., Is In the, cl^y^ tQ,-.J dly'tromMedidlneHat. ' *� '"^'.V-C :^tA.',,C^0er, the Card^ton .contractor; Hp'.ln'th^ oity^on business.^ ' � ^ i cf'^P.^WoQueen, tthe prominent .^Ca]^-; i^i^'- verity' broker and," iinwrain66', jnan. l� largely interested In Lj^th-^aaP'iroporty/ls m the city, today.; ^l^A�b^i^'a'?nvm' fhn ihiiRineaS OUtlOOk.'. "What � else.?" a^Sijled'Mr. MoDon-ald^ " vWf" ' - vP" " "You*oan take wl^t XOuUke out oi, 'the Premier's 'statement,*"~replied Mr: Pelletler. T T , Mr. McDonald-pe?^l^ted'inrWB..r;e;s .quest, ,and Mr." Bu^.9ll' ioSe 'toisayj Jhat the' Pi'eml^:44d'''lntlmate,d that ' the J 'pe'rmajjentt.'po'licy' wojildl' 1)6;! ,b'rought dofn''later, ' * -rittn||i^^^^ kald'iMr.-l^MapD&tald.' "I-:aW. dealing? , ^ Witli.'ministers;i^,^the rfodt^benfe^^^^^.. ,1 >wIll^come to^ m small Jtry; lates,;^:;';  / ^'"Ohairmri&'Frlpp^thpu'gflt .!. ,^ i>onSld,iiadgo'nc'tpofaran^'Mr^Jall- i . >; etI6r su^^ested t'halt^Mr.'Mlrtin^flfiould* ' \ -feo'ori-with his'sp^ech::..>|;i:^an;:^ ? ; '^'^'lahdV :;'the. m^^ber^fors^lotpu' 1? , , aikln'e^concerning matter^i|bout,-w^lohi ^ ^ ^ the c6untry wants to know."r'' WILL TAKE A' VOTE, .Sallflx, March 14.-It4s Wnountfed-'that a plebiscite will mostMlkely ibo ;