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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta YOUR LAST Saturday, March the 19th positively Closes the Great Dissolution Sale of the Nelson Gow Stock. Thousands of people have been taking advantage of this Mammoth Boot, Shoe and Hosiery Sale to lay in their Summer Supply thereby saving from 1-3 to 1 -2 the actual cost of raw material. 1 more day and the Greatest Boot and Shoe Sale ever conducted in Lethbridge is ended, so secure your summer supply before it is too late. NUF SED. W. J. NELSON CO. Formerly NELSON GOW Now being sold by the Toronto Brokerage Company BIG PARTY OF HOLLANDERS Will Likely Locate ou 11'- figated Laud oi' South- em Alberta Match auvaace guard party of 500 natives ot Hol- land who intend'to settle on the irri- gated lands injUberla this year, will arrive in the city on a special train at.3 lo-morrow. Represent- atives of the party have been in with J.' Bruce Walk- r, the commissioner of immigration, for some time. They may locate on rrigated lands as they believe that conditions there will he somewhet similar to their native land. AH are experienced farmers, and it is expect- ed that those who locate here this year will only be forerunners of a big influx' from the land of dykes and canals. In addition to the party from Holland there will be one hundred and fifty people from the motherland OB" the special and seventy-fire from Sweden for British Columbia fruit- lands. WHAT OBJECTS TO TOLD OF LETH- BRIDGE IN HUNGARY. Secretary Murray of Man ufact-Hirers' Association Says It Will Harm the Working Class. Ottawa, March .Murray Report of Dry Farming Congress in Buda- pest Paper. The election of Mayor Drouin will be contested by Senator Choquett. FOR 'i; Y .M. C. A. FUND BY SATURDAY NIGH TWELVE HUNDRED ARRESTED FOR GAMBLING Chicago, Mar. 16. Two hundred' and forty-one handbooks were raided and twelve hundred-, persons were ar- rested by the Chicago police gamb- squad in the last six months, accord- ing to i figures gathered yesterday b'y Chief of Police Steward. Besides the police confiscated several hundred telephones and writing sheets. H-M THE-KING The pure juice of the the fcmed Oporto Wine. Strongly recommen- ded fcr invafctoand aAer-dfaner .THE PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT CO. Local St. Patrick's day was celebrated by Ottawa Irishmen as a holiday. Tfce annual parade took place last Sum- day. The young men and boys of this city are I worth every cent you can af- ford to put into a Y.BTC.A. Below is given a translation o[ an IMMIGRATION LEGISLATION WAS DEFERRED Washington, March legisla- tion imposing educational tests and head tax on immigrants was ordered deferred until the nex tcongress at a meeting of the committee on immigra- ion today. This action was taken in order to await the report of the immi- gration commission. Clean up morrow. the Y. M. C. A. fund to- LITTLE GIRL WAS FR1GHTLY BURNED Toronto. March burn- ed, four year old Orene Lang, was hrough to the hospital here this morning from Milton. The little girl tried to carry a lamp ia her home and it fell. The clothing caught tire and she was frightfully burned before her mother smothered .the a blanket. It is said she cannot re- cover. UCHAN Come and Patronize and Have the Satisfaction of Saying that You Own ONE Business Friend in Lethbridge. The Men's Man I my friends and patrons to know that I have opened up with a complete stock of spring and summer goods.. I have a specialty in the famous Style- Craft Clothing for the man who likes his clothes to fit, also Fashion. Regent and Su- perior brand Shirts. Ziinmerknit and Silk- otto Underwear. In footwear I have the famous Slater Shoe, proven for durability and style, abso- lutely the Lest. The latest styles in any stiff and soft felt hats arc sure to please, and for the windy days J have the very latest in caps. For the working man I can recommend nothing Letter than the hard wearing Engi- neer and H brand overalls. I carry a full line of everything for n and ask you to come and satisfy yourself fnat mv lines are all leaders for quality and price. on behalf, of the Canadian ,Manufact- jarticle published'in Koztelek, the lead urers' Association, was heard before agricultural paper of Hungary, the special committee of .the Commons Panted at Budapest, this mormng in oposition to the Ver-i The article is illustrated a pic- ville eight hour day bill. The .Manu. jture Lethbridge exhibit at Bill- facturers' objections were as follows: inSs which itakes the PaSc- and There was no evidence to show that jis lhe largest picture in the paper :t was demanded by any contains lorty-two pages, proportion of, workingmen, for whose-; This written by Mr. benefit the bill is alleged to be framed; Safary Janos who was the Hungar- that it would constitute unwarranted ;ian government commissioner at the interference with the individual and BillinSs exhibition, property rights; that the government, REPORT OF DRY FARMING CON- as trustees of the people would not bo i GRESS HELD AT BILL- justified in creating fictitious prices j INGS, MONT, for labor and material, and buying its The report describes the building supplies at those fictitious prices; if where the exhibit was, gives an idea men working overtime were prohibited of how agricultural societies are man- it would seriously if not fatally in America, speaks oi an exhibit cap Canadian industries in endeavor-1 of steam and gasoline plowing outfits ing to meet the competition of and goes on to say that there were industries not so handicapped. That'at Billings exhibits from two coun- sel would induce to a condition of ab-1 tries, the United States and Canada j solue chaos in shops endeavoring to! and that a great many oi the states do both government and private work, [had exhibits, and''that all made fine1, flames iu'lhat il would restr5ct production, re-i exhibits but that Canada won. the tard-development and enhance prices two highest prizes- with- their Alber-j and pauperize the very people it is in- ta Red wheat which is the same as tended to benefit; tnat in .those trades the wheat grown in Hungary, the which embrace operations that must be Canadian wheat having very large carried tnrough to certain stages be- heads and being oi a very fine red lore they can be interrupted it would I color. j be an utter impossibility; it would ser-: send you a large picture of the' iously disturb labor conditions on [Canadian exhibit which was presented' mrms, and impair the growth of me by Mr. McNicol, secretary ot reatest basis of industry; that at-the Lethbridge Board of Trade, least two Canadian unions -that have j This is the exhibit that had the been strong endeavored to force an S wheat which won first prize for hour clay on their' employers have! threshed grain and grain in the sheaf, abused their power, leading people grain being grown on the farm oi doubt the sincerity of the motives.they George Kerr at Lethbridge. allege in asking an eight hour day for The-exhibit which won this prize others. That it is class legislation of was an exhibit of some 250 bushels the most objectionable iknd. land was not hand picked and reflects i I great credit on Lethbridge. MILLEK BILL MORE DRASTIC, THREE YEARS FOR HUDSON'S BAY RY W. L BUCHAN Registering Bets on Anyi Ar William MrKenzic. Pros- Event Strictly Pro- r, i i dent ot C. N. R.. Says hibited. T ___ j It Will be Completed in j Ottawa, .March Miller Bill That TllllC. j to prevent bett'ng and gambling is more' drastic than at first thought, and f it contains some clauses which wore London, Marrh I MeKen- j not in the bill referred to the special zie' President of the C. X. R., who is in committee. In the bill any man who !Lonclon- expresses the opinion .that the i records or registers :my bet or wasor i Hudson's Bil-v %vl15 be running; or sells any pool upon races, of any po- jwithin 1ho nox: tnrce yefirs' U liucal or municipal election, or anvjmains to be soon- whether j nice or any contest, or trial of skill or lthe Dominion government or a com- endurance of men or beasts, becomeJPanv vvil! the from the i i liable to a year's imprisonment or to n [Saskatchewan river to the Bay. In j line of 1.000 It would prohibit per- (reference to the question of defence i ;sonal wagers between any of in-ia11 wUirh Canada might con jdividuals, any members of politicj.i oriiribiue -McKen7-'" like to other club, as to the result of election- in tlie Oominion- however or even of parliamentary division. Iakc lony- Hllt whcrcvci ithey were built. McKeiixie said, they AHODA CVC-TCR, i would co-operate with the Imperial ALJOPA SYSTEM Or TARIFF REFORM. London, March Association of Chambers of Commerce of the Un Kingdom in session marked its jubilee annual meeting by adopting to day resolutions in favor of a system of tariff reform. "In the nterests of British trade, BUILDING RECORD IX BOW ISLAND Bow Mar. 15. Mr. creased employment and oolonial pref Auch broke the building record Jerence" there was an animated discus ision of the resolutions which developed even for Bow Island, as at 11 a.m. Wednesday morning he began to haiil lumber and fur- niture on his lot, and before considerable opposition, but the vore by chambers showed that the tariff rp i formers were in a majority, to 1 a.m. Thursday, smoke was j forty-one chambers taking a neutral coming out of the chimney of titude. The association purposes a ver urge the government ;o take