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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald "Tuesday, March r'S Turpin's Big Closing Out Sale Every, article in our store at cost for CASH until the business has been transferred, just arrived, an order that has been in transit for some months and therefore could good buy as wejordered all the lines in big quantities. The following prices will are offering for this week. Mattings, Rugs, etc. 100 only 36 ins. x 72 ins. revers- ible Japanese mats. Spot cash value, 65c. Sale price .45c (Xow displayed in window.) 12 only Mikado Squares in a spe- cial new weave in size 6 ft. by 9 'ft. Sale pr. 12 only Squares in above weave in size 9 ft. by 9 Regular Sale price Here are some extra specials In Oriental 12-only 18 ins. by 36 ins. Regular Sale .80c 12 only 24 ins. by 48 ins. Regular 12 only 30 ins. by 60ins. Regular Sale. 12 only 36 ins. by 72 ins. Regular 12 only Japanese Matting Squares, 6 ft. by 9 ft. Reg- ular 12 only 9x9 Squares as above. Regular Sale price Chairs 36 only Sea Grass Easy Chairs and Rockers in green and brown.shades. Every chair solid comfort and very "durable. All at cost. ,Here are a few One only green Sea Grass Chair. Reg. Sale OJQ fff' price One only brown Sea Grass Chair. Reg. Sale price f One only green Sea Grass Rocker. Regular Sale One only brown Sea Grass Rocker. Regular Sale price A shipment from China and Japan has not be cancelled. It was a particularly give you some idea of the rare values we Lace Curtains Eor Wednesday see our lace curtains displayed in our window. We are cutting the price exactly in half. This is the last sale in curtains. Custom- ers come wandering in days after expecting to get these prices. Please note that this offering is from 8 a.m. until 6 p. m. and the doors will be closed ex- actly at 6. Only 3 pairs of curtains of one kind will be sold to any one customer. No further CREDIT will be extended until business has been transferred FURNITURE COMPANY Every Thing For The Home Thing For The Home Time is here.. Your Papering, Painting, and Decorating guaranteed first class by DAVID CLARK P. 0. Box 616. ARRESTS ON FAMOUS JEWELLRY ROBBERY New Yvrk, 'March ar- rests which may clear up a recen :diamond jewe Iry robbery in Boston were made 'here today. After a rough and tumble struggle on the, street, central office detective took'' into custody Jacob and Joseph Gold- berg, -brothers, and another man wbo said 'they -were push cart peddlers who the police felt, assured in retaining after comparing them Tvith descriptions sent from Boston of the sought 15 connection with the Juliain jewellry store robbery -5n that city on the night of Feb. 28. Five -watches and a. number of rings and pins -were found on the prisoners and the (police gave out the information that tue number of one -watch cor- responded with 'that of a watch taken from the Boston store on the night o! the robbery. BI-WEEKLY TRAIN SERVICE TO LANGDON Calgary, Mar. addition to the announcement that the Canadian Paci- ic railway will run a number of extre trains out of Calgary this summer, it :s learned that orders have been issued for the opening to traffic of the branch running north from A bi-weekly service will be in ef- fect on March be a mixed train including pasenger and freight service. It will be seen that settlers andMfcrchants will be in a position tc ship in merchandise and effects from now on. The stations on this new branch are Langdon Junction, Inver- lake, Dalroy, Keoma', Irricana, Beise- ker and Acme. ALL CRIPPLED UP FROM KIDNEY TROUBLE FIRST INSTALLMENT FOR READY MADE FARMS London, Mar. pioneer party ot nineteen families for the Canadian Pa- cific railway company's ready made farms in Canada, sailed on the Em- press of Britain .yesterday. The capi- tal possessed by the head of each fam- ily ranges from from .500 pounds to pounds. Numerous relatives in many cases travelled hundreds of miles, lor the purpose of seeing the parties off. It is interesting, an new of the possible rivalry of. Australia in emi- gration. Newspapers here record strong protests against the policy of an Australian squatter-refusing to employ married couples with chAdren. PROF. OSBORN TO RESIGN HIS POSITION 'Winnipeg, March Is under- stood faffing and Positively Me- or faen. Will injure yourhair. to Wot ____ BEFU9C ALL SUVSTTTinTS 91 M and Me. SoHteS, at rMw MINERS WILL A4K FOR NEW AGREEMENT Cincinnati, Ohio, .March enced by the pleadings of President T. L. Lewis, the International conven- tion of the .United -Mine Workers of America today abrogated the action at the recent Indianapolis con vention and instructed its represent atives of the joint scale committee to negotiate with Indiana and Pennsy- lvania operators separate for a fresh wage contract to go into effect Apri 1st. The. action is regarded as al- most revolutionary by certain fac- tions in the union, these ini-n declar- ing that it means the dissolution of the central competitive field joinl conference as an organization and the substitution of state and district policies for national and concerted ac- tion. Mrs. John Pettigrew, of Central Econ- omy, N.S., was practically helpless from Kidney Trouble. She could not stoop, and her limbs ached so that it was torture for her to be up and around the house. As Mrs. Pettigrew put it, "I was all crippled up. I saw Gin Pills advertised and sent for some, and after taking only two boxes am a different Gin Pills are the only Oiing that helped me, and I cannot say too much for them." If you have that dreadful pain in the you are tortured with Rheuma- tism or you have trouble with your Bladder and especially in passing your Liver is torpid and you are Gin PMls at once. Perhaps you do not care to buy a reme- dy which is unknown, personally, to you. Very well. Will you use Gin Pills if we send you a free sample? Simply write the National Drug S: Chemical Co. Dept A.D Toronto, Ont., and you will receive A free sample of Gin Pills by return mail After you have seen for yourself that Giu Pills arc all that we say, get the regular size. IJOTCS at your or 6 boxes for "UNCLE JOE" CANNON-AUTOCRAT THINKS MOODY WAS MURDERED Chicago, March Moody, head of the big bakery firm of 'Moody and Waters, who died on Feb. 20, is believed to have been mur- dered. Coroner Hoffman who has been conducting an investigation de- clared today that sufficient arsenic to cause death has been found in the stomach of the deceased. Andrew Carnegie as result of solici- tation of the rector, has given towards new organ of St. Ann's Epis- copal church in Toronto. (Toronto "They've -been trying. for year to beat said the picturesque old autocrat of the House of Representa- tives, just a. week ago today. "The cowards, the they said Cannonism was a crime and old Joe Cannon anathema. But I beat.them. I'll beat them again. -I'd have given up the job long ago if they had only left me alone. But I 'won't now. There's too much Irish in me to quit under fire." The greyheaded old fighter brought down his fist on his desk like a sledge hammer, and bit a section clean off a long black cigar. "Yes, my Canadian brother, there's too much 'Irish in me and damned Ir- ish at that, for me to quit under fire." Joseph B. Cannon Is the -most ab- used man on this continent. Or he was a week ago. Now that he is in deed short of his power, even his ac- cuserrs have good words for him. {My guide about the Capitol that day was .the former Chief Commissioner of thej District of Columbia, the Hon. H. B. F. MacFarlaml, one of the speakers on the list of the Canadian Club of Toronto. He is a man of refinement, observant of all the proprieties. "You must meet the Speaker of the he said to me. "He is a man of rare ability, but something of a characcter. He -may possibly shock you." This was by way of prepara- tion. But I had long 'known of "Un- of them up in Canada two or three years ago. As I rode from Winnipeg to the Rockies over your great West, and saw the finest fields in the world I thought of Virginia and a lot of our rotten states, and I smashed the" Tenth Commandment every hour of the journey. Yes, sir, I coveted my neighbor's land." Then he discussed political rela- Smokeless OilHeater The automatically-tockinf to M fctnire of the Perfection OU Hener. Tbii Automatic Smokdcts Devke wick fta tt vbcre k .CAN noke, yet stmt flame ite tfcedta bttt wkhovi vfetf smoke. No For Sale By HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. AUBERTA DRUG 4. BOOK CO. ARE SURVEYING HOMESTEAD LANDS IN THE NORTH Edmonton, March a score of Dominion land surveyors will be working out of Edmonton this year subdividing homestead lands. The} will cover a total of several million i acres. Some of these are already in the fieid and others are preparing 10 i go at an early date. This will mean I thai larger percentage than ever fore of Dominion lands will be opened for settlement in this end of the pro- vince. wn -7_____' OUR BREAD DRAWS CROWDS of now customers to this bakery every week. To laste it is to like it and j 1 a lot of it. If we sent, you a or two every Jay for a week we i know you would never think of I cth- J ering with home baking again. No? j when you could buy such good broad j as ours anyway. cle Joe" and his ways. He received us in the outer office, where a score were waiting for an audience with his majesty. He is lanky of figure, long of arm, and his eye has a glint as of steel. "Come in, come away in." And he led the way into a room, the walls of winch have witnessed many a struggle of wits and hold secrets the newspapers know not of. He felt I about his desk for a new sigar, and scanned me as I sat within easy j reach. "You may have iheard up In Can- ada that I have a cloven he said as he sat back and stuck one fool up on his desk. Then, putting up the other foot, he added, "The fact is both my feet are cloven." "Up in I answered, "we were told you also had a forked tail." That idea pleased the old man 1m- i mensely, and he launched into med- tiong and the maximum tariff. "No that's not Canada. It would be mad ness." Something was said that touched a reminiscent chord, and lie soliloquized over his boyihood day and the struggles of his life. Some experiences with revivalists were re called. Then he fell back on his hal Irish blood. "It's the Irish in men that the damned Irish. But I have t fight. They call me an autocrat, a czar, everything hard and cruel. And the newspapers! Perdition would bei full if every newspaper man had hisj due. They came into this room and dared me, cursed me, defied me. Her- man Ridder sat on that sofa and gave me my choice. I must either give them free pulp or 'Ohey'd kick me off into space. I told him I'd------" 'My sensitive and properminded es- cort blushed as he ..eard Uncle Joe enumerate all the things that he would be or do before Jbe would sur- render to "those hypocrites of pub- lisners who advocated a 'high tariff for the oOher fellows' raw material, free trade for their own." There was no obvious reason forj an excursus cr. poetry, but I found this scarred old politician from Ill- inois a master of Burns. In the stress and strain he finds relief in "Holy Willie's recreation in "Tarn and rest in "The PERFECTION Oil Heater Tw Mrt tar Solttkraw fa fte a hKifi ialid teasi wick moi aaadk tA Heater Japan m a hearted Gael. They may pass better legislation in the House-Of Represen- tatives if Cannonism is overthrown, but the place "will not be the same if "Uncle Joe" Cannon is not swing- ing the gavel." J. A. M. Cottar's Saturday Xnight." Few Scots was leaving, "do you know the sky "You mean Ralph I said. the man for me. I have read ail his books. I read 'The Man From Glengarry' at least once a year, and cry over it eve IT time." What a strange mixture of contra- dictions! He is abused by the Dem- ocrats. He is bertayed by the in- surgent Republicans. He is almost j Dusseldorf, Rheinish, Prussia, Mar. the last of his breed of political lead- city government nas arrang- ers left in Congress. The most hat-; ed with the Zeppelin company for a ed and the most honored man in station there 'for one of the largest Washing tor. Ho is defended even! types of aerial cruisers to be used for some who regard his principles as1, excursions to Brussels and on otivei AERIAL EXCURSIONS WILL RUN TO BRUSSELS men can match Uncle Joe in quoting i Of a Fiji cannibal, and here he! points within A radius of a hundred from Burns. "By the he drawled out as I confesses that he cries over "The Man From like a soft- miles. The craft will carry eighteen passengers. City Bakery J ley of personal biography, proverbial philosophy, political comment, cynical scorn, lurid profanity and sentimental poetry, such as one rarely hears in the space of an hour. MADE IN BOTH CAST IRON AND STEEL You can ace what you arc baking without open- ing the oven door. The oven door of the "HAPPY THOUGHT" hat a small door covering a mica window, whereby your cooking may be watched without cooling the oven. This illuminated oven is patented and found on no other range one of many points of superiority of the "HAPPY THOUGHT." Our interesting booklet tells of many other im- portanl exclusive "HAPPY THOUGHT" features. Write for it. Ford St. Beside Fire Hall j mandments, all of them. But I donX _t I at least not often. I did break one Phone 1181 HAYR BROS, Local Representatives bj WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LIMITED, Brantford, ;