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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta lKy. 11 E L E TITBIM 0 fiE I) A IL Y IT E R A L D Page s i Sacrificed everybody tries to save and this great opportunity to buy what you need at less than wholesale cost is going to be a great help to the buyers who attend this sale. I are crowded for room have not accomoda- tion to handle two lines. We have decided to enlarge our stock of men's wear and close out the above lines. Remember this is not a Fake Sale We are Strictly Selling Out. The stock of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Summer Dresses, Child- ren's Dresses, Underwear, Hos- iery, Dress Goods, Muslins, Lawns and Cotton Goods is new and up-to-date. 7 )en Saturday May 3i We have secured the store adjoining our own for this Sale. All Sale Goods will be in this Store COME EARLY WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE 3rd Avenue, West of Post Office Opposite Fire Hall LET UBER the of Hie char-es io I S1V1'" 5l r 1 D T sxaiemi-: What LaUSed KllmpUS at IOC-! much, Mr Tailor had got, tre small T (statements Instead nl gettme tool Vasoaiillr. said, bore lain T-j ranch, Mr Tailor had got tre small onto--llaima Tells his Side of Slory jllam ul.c iias f-rmrrlv r" election s'jbscr.ioion of Sv.i, so ne .secretary to iir.tun e had time previous lo ihe of lew discharged ujvil tcr- Mas n.r> lie ami iirev: a iin'e vice Klmlly, llio i-ad of tl'C aiv.itd. K. MuNau.ttit said that he had bccuir.e mlcrcslcj in the matter hf iiail heard thal it v.ab to settle llic il.urr, li) pruioagin; the conlracl. He {liail objcittil to tlie conlr.icl in liiu _ grudgp ansini; from out rl (roll- lliai be 1-vCUoiI over llic just- n3s tile sussed] Mr. Ncs'ii'.l. "The man uno the cl'.iTgcs J.cious it to fce a falsd.eo'j. Jie ILac before lie made tl.c charge, and l.o rondo it nitenrVmi; ;o p-it il o-it be- fore the jiublio as a ialcelicuri. In bjc wliieli Ind citiM in Mason-, ille's ice or Irealinrnl l.e refChnl, and ai.sircr lo sour timsiloii. I cic the priil in bec'.n lo sniimli ,1 very lioird 'fie" raentior.c.l in 'rcsan! tn this until Hint I ir.ein until I holrii alont Mai-cm- commiin'catiiins had much iil threatened to ilriie linn out oi pub- eaieliiin lo ni.ilrrsor.c! tbi' ic wo'ili for 10 tr> to hiiirn ille's thicats nnd o! the lint l.e pr-nntted to l.-uT'-.r as the mi- dT ivliicli lie contribute-! U'Ki to ll.iiinri's fund. Ual- Irup llr. Ilanna's mlrnilcc.1 the receipt of tins ir.urt- ai d the hcli! that ji.j- inr- 1'ier ci! the cirenm- Mr. lor "rr hu at tirne this drannlic- iiicirtenL plnce and eoriiinued ins cildrrn ansurr to Mr. NciliiU't questions [c snul that Ihe .settlement of his rbnii, instead of l-cing impro; 1A lllC "Mr. lianas liirtisrH took sinn-! and l.e admitted haling ac- eepted S.ViO from Mr. for elec- tion expenses, repudiated all the other charges ngAiiibl him. The Mon- ey recount from Tailor liail lifcn T.iy- j bpc-nt in legitimate ways and had not the I influenced him in any way in dealing took nith Mr. Tailor's claims. Questioned as> to Mr. Thornr.'s statement tliat lie liarf ssid lliat if nere made j.ulilie Jic 11.UNI, ui i-vins iiould fiavc lo retire from public life1, friini Ihe goiernriii-iil''! [oinl oi Men-, .Mr. said tl.jt t.e liatl re- liec'ii unfair In, lhat a-ij marked to Mr. Thcr.ic i-as that if arbitratur allow had l.ccn iiuiMv of pilfering in Jiiq (fiat li (Ins did not turn irtmer.t. he uould nol he fit I.e on! tn l.p '.me IIP nonld he nillmi; !m puhlir life. He did r.ot rememl.-r to pay ll.c oi ll.e .irliilra- ing mcd the i.ord liai Uilli 11.p c-xcepiion o( (he cnighl hale ilni.p >o. .Mr. llancia al- lonlrihntr.l. ar.ilhing else, he li.nt !-o in making a st.ifnipnt in nl liaiir.R against Mr. i regard to Hie rli.irccs in to te said of Ins persona! i Ihe coal Icr.ilcrs lie dprlrirpil tli.u llic .mpinal records file m.ulil ".hou thai Iherc Lad liecn no nianc- Imlilion any Klnil. Mr. llanna FIRED AS SIGNAL FOR HELP BUT BULLET FOUND A HUMAN BILLET lie lifp. lion J. J. Koy al-o lesli- )i_ fii'd thai (lirrc no iJtessme cla'c me r mifuc .idjourr.e.l unlit lomonow. cinder! .tiou '.M- f'o'-" liri the first lie in.q ll.c o: the enville, fc'ciR-rly sctrelnrj lo nr. self and ;BIICS io Hie lteaiin-.c, and i.lio had uten ptople of :liis ;, in lay ciiacl, l.ii ir-in-t-eiidcd in lalue .ind Sir James called importance a such little upon, and as'rfert to tell ivliat he knew, ciistako as l.e .iJniicca) l.e had mails nbont Iho mailer. main.-. "I do nol very about I That ii c.iy i.osilion today, ro- ll." said Sir "biit auout two orlfereiico In Mr II A, and sjli- lliree jearg a inaci cair.c Co see uien hini.' me Jhom 1 did not kr.M-. He Intrr- cinced liimself as Mr. Taylor, and said _hc had a flnicn aeainil liic govern- ,il "as. but he (old me about it, ihit fill, he had heard in NM-ral "-i ;i.' if i continued that he na? kep; t.-dtinK to Eome Inilpfinile tlial Mr. 'ire H-..SI- fic-l hlE cUini ac.kno-.ilcdscd. and thai wrigh; had rctomnicT.dcd fiat nr. r.. ln lo '''l' .Mr. llann.i nas determined nol lo ac-lnnivrently Ihe nian tronnO Ini.i slnk- knoululgc his claim. Finally li- saM for .uiion ing him l.cinrd .Is ho fell lie not belnB ireaied rigiil, in "I, is Lore that the fiat' rtte'.v rr-vehrr .-.nil facl. the reverse, and IK- did net Las toe How, and .I''" liri "''f. Idesene such tieatnunt. HP, llica Mr. llannn corruptly, im- tm minytr- Swr I 'is''-i i'V or rrsl mi-ailing the l.ndin- nl ll.c cor- oner's inrj-- Internationa! Congress on School Hygiene Will Meet at Buffalo Sir stii. d thai he dull rrl-f H. C 1 I'm- no: (hat l.e h3.1 eifr ECrn V.- vim lal rolltC'in.iii Taylor aflci thai or.t> occasion in X D. Taj-lor s ti'r, snppnrlcd Iti.iE The ton ni Tnr- Of Norrlf near aid 11 as killed. SAGKTKA IJHAirnri'LL THE 1IAIIJ WI1KX DAIJKKNS AND GHAY MIXED WITH SULPHUR MAKES Some itruiicIMB mtkc chelr oiln HAIR SOFT, LUSTROUS AND v-hlrh Ib innallj- loo stioV'y. so Insul CURES DANDRUFF ijpon'KetliiiK "WJi.thV nhkli can lie _________ di.prnded ni on to itstore col- r.'ior .1.....s Ij.iCk lo grali'llni-lh. r s 'li'ovi'nCn'iii 'flrn- l.caci.ifiiliy w U through >onr hair, .iv and on" sti.'.m] at .1 iiir.c. Do this IT M- nnrj hair unolhcr npplLcillon J -kii'4 nt .m> rii I'n or Uo, I. js rfinrcfi to ii-: niliril i in liit (.11 '1 S'i i- (ol-ir iirtil 1-KA-, iR- II.. L .i.-'h tlMii ApuU n-L .1 Ifo'ilu u-ntJ i rufraio. .NT. Y., g ill tfi the imernaiionfil vi-JI lie t.ei't in T ill a. rci i( ccrl Jin laws !Q cliilJ and gitnc. fact io brojjjl'i out m the prc- i A Storey of TJTC collie-; o: j oi Ncv York, r.n] ot (lie E The- nainos of nuny ot l fecic-nlifls aid educators hi i til" hitlr'jcd j i? ;'uc Hsl of -M' jij-n and TO Ili'j EC'.flOT.r.i Illf'tll g3, I j.'t-acrn1 of P.-xn- p3tio.i of Hie nil; ;iuM I'roridrnt Woodrow ft'iison" of tin? UniKd I'.il.op nf tl.e r.i neat dck-jj itinu. ai I ho OF cuing of ttic foH'nronnniJ: nnc] it is jitanntd to ni.iiip Hiia one of of llic sir lamta Kf.M.fJ, nf OUa- rtii. president of Canaaian tlc- Ion. Prdf. H J. ot Mor.lreal, Can, 111 renn-apnt thu lionrd of Monlroat .it Among he inrtmoit be Dr. C. r. Ktokua, ol [iic U. i. Iir. SljeiMnl 1. Frpny. iuth- IUKIFI in llio for the Intnno nl Iir. Chan- ?-e, inrpcctor general oi Uiu siiuilary service of run'.-, France, aud scores of otlicis. Xiro of T'lOrt piominonl niij thai conniry d U-nitory In ihe United Stales iv ill haie delegates. "lo congress, thcce vi in to a scientific ami commer- cial exiiiliit cf iGternatioiul interesi. .ire to spend as as on Incllilcliial exiUbli.s in cl.c great eiliibitlon hall. The United Sia'cs gDvernr.ient will have a exhibition under rtlrcct cliarge and supervision of ur, Fielch- cr H. lulist in irdioo] tnnitatiou in the- bur- eau of eJucnlion. The Trunk Life association. are officials of llic prca: rnil-.vay ojieratin? In the United Stales, Canadti and .Mexico liau1 sent brcaijcafct Ihroiu'honf. ihc uorld, colices to the cricu that tin- rale of .1 fare ami three-fifths he mntlc 10 ir.cinbcri allendlnc the cor.- gress. Around the IO A llirot- montlis holiday trip. Uso (oancct EMPRESS OF ASIA From Livcrpaor, June 14th Ports of C'ajie Tow-n, Diiib.m, Colombo, Singapore, Ilont; Konjj. Shanghai, Xncaeaki, KO'JC anil Yokohama. R- G, McNElLLlE, District Pasagr. Agent. Calgary, Alberta. TAVI.OU CONTlifBUTIOX IN ONTAUIO I'UI'.LH1 COMMITTEE llic in Mill rei.r attijj' fully i-O'-O of li.t MIII? tc) .iio. anil Premier Whitney admitted thai s conlribcflion lo the party funds tor, but trie incoibcrs cf the comnnitcs declined pcrpi.t made by George E. Taylor, contrac- Invcstigstlon linlicalc lil'f rortn.ost, mil tlic of llio fcrll.comiiij tv.lh-! (riiii; Uiiiry on roiled as io when they ivjll Still have CAH1N nod THIRD acconiinodationa op all stenmrrs. u-cokTy; largo new steamers; low to s. B. Mitchell, P. R, H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Main St.. Winnipeg, Phcnc M53I2. ;