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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBElBGE DAILY, HERALD Fi'irtay, Hay 2, l�iaf Sim-FIVE OR BREED The Oeriiiaii ostablishment ts a hoary mouanh (Ciuparod lo wUlch, the na-lional Inireiw is in its infamy. One huiulrfil and fifty years ago Fiedevick (lie Oreai was spnt' thert? by his stern iatht-r to slidy horear old, but its yeariy produce risht Exchange and an arraugement was j now is six time? as great as Trakeh-veachert whereby this company sets 65,001) acres of ranch land in Alberta | precisely th at a nominal rental for -I years. This Tifkeiuien pursues the only safa ranch is 49 miles north of Medicine: policy and uses only thoroughbred Ha; in the tork of the Ked Ueer and sires. I'he national board sires are Sask.a(chewnn rivers. ' e.cclusixely ihoroiighbred. Trakehun !n return lor the nse of ibis landi prides iiself on having a grandson of (he e.vohajige agrees lo piiroUase half! St. Simon, the t'anadian bureau ha? bred yearlings by breeding bureau; si's sires of that strain. It also has thoroughbred sires: hold anil mature|niue of the Bend Or stallion line, Iheui until they are ibree years old I which is a notch or two ahead of sit. and then give the I'auadiau govern-, Simon blood, as a cross tor cold bloud-mcnt first call and lUe Wngllsh warjed mares. office second call. Trakehuen has German science and Begin at Once. 1 the Orman go^ ernment behind it. JThe Alberta ranch Vitl be fenced ai;^""^ CaJ^adian bureau is in dose, once and proper buildings erected. 1 Buyers are already looking over tha half-bred yearllasa. npu and its .\ouug tilings are bred on same lines, pursues the The resuU of this movement scarcely be over-estimated aud can its touch with scientists all over the world. On its consulting list are men famous in biology, chemistry, botany, aud eugenics. They are glad to talk over things with the bureau because the bureau has more- field worljeTB soc^ vaults .nil be felt in all paTtsj . ^.^^^^ of Canada. It means first of all quick' cash. Mtiirns to small farmers and breeders. It means the right kind of �fTja-vairy, light artiJlery and traffic Jiorses for Gaijada and ^England in .niiniteis sufficiently to solve a prob- i lem'f.'Whlch has bothered ihe empire fof.'^irty yea-rs and which-v/as never 1 su acute.as at the present moment.j IS, fjis-in^'with'the nation-wide niove-mWt la'fatoV of the conservation of the'^'iland by the encouragement of mixed: farming and it saves the horse breeders from the crisis of the motor i-w-lilnh'' Is �wh.irriug at the heels of �every other breed-ejicepting the half-ibrea. "I Woli Known Names The hationai live stock exchange lias'Sts; work cut out and is prepared tOTtackle,il with euergy. On its directory are:_ Hon. Clifford Smon, Major G. "V.'. StapheuA, Sir Rodolphe Forget, iM. J., O'Ba-ien, .1. V Ryan, F. W. Rotis, D.'iRaymdnd ahd Ur. J. G. 'RuUierford. �SoinB; of these names wUlvibe familiar ro these-thousand? of . Oanadians who' ire interested in na--tional h'lreau work for, although the ext'hang.e is aa entirely separate company from the non-commercial na-vtional bureau, at has on its board men who have, helped the bureau through, and its manager, J. F. Kyan, is the founder of the bureau. $2,000,000 Capital The authorized capital of the e-v chacge Is $2,000,000. In 1914 a second range will be opened in British : Columbia and the ultimate aim ia to : collect 5000 yeaiijngs annually. This rejema a verly large number, but It is not'lmposslble vhen the work of the national bureau is taken into cansid-eration. The way the bureau crop lias, multiplied amazes even those enthusiasts who make up its board, Let U5 compare the national bureau �i\'itii the world famous -Trakeh-tien" Imperial stud in East Prussia. Every man who breeds a bureau foal and registers it is a field worker iu ueredit.v. l^le cannot fill out his application form without being such a ! field worker and heredity is the deep-i est and most entranVing study that confronts the bralu of man. tT^\vA^ 0 QUEEN SOPHIE OF GREECE New picture of the wife of the reigning monarch of the Hellenes. She has already become very popular by her works of charity and kindness. Continental in Extent The Gerraau emperor has a perfect system confined in u small space, Canada, hds the same system with Prince Kdward Island as an eastern base and only the Pacific oceau stop-piug the western advance. The German government loyalty | siippons its Trakehneu aud every other progressive goverumem in Europe does likewise. The Canadian government is Just as loyal. With | the minister of agriculture helping the bureau, and the minister of militia aud defence providing- the land, you find a combination of good statesmanship and sound common sense unsurpassed in the old world. Xo man can say what great good will result. There are now nearly a million dollars worth of young remounts In Canada. What will the value of the crop be in thirty years? I � m FLETCHER HAS REINED HIS SEA London, ila.v 2 -Mr. Kebly KlelcU-er, whose chaJtenge to Llovd-fteorge that the latter's transactions in Marconi shares lias hitherto fce^n ignored, ha.s restgnecl from parliiiinpnt owing to thi! condition of bis health. He says that his resignation liaS nothing to do with the campaign against the ministtirial transactions in Marconi, which he will resume at; tlie proper moment. MOTORISTS OAS A VERy CLOSE CALL Moose .law. May 2.-Jack Shea, of the Middlelon Shoe Co., Winnipeg, ^d .Arthur Sitter, ot A. Bright anii Sons. Winnipeg, rubbed shoulders with death Tuesday morning, when motoring one-half mile out ot Gravel-bourg, sixty miles south-west of here. The car skidded at a temporary bridge and swayed .oyer a fifteta-foot drop into the Wood river, which is 12 feet deep. One of the railings of the bridge broke, but the other held firm, otherwise they would hot hare had a chance, as the car was hooded and the side (.-lurlains were buttoned down tight ' E RISING WAS NO AINARGHIST Lisbon, May 2.--4  turlhet investigation of the recent � revo.alionaty movement here seems to have established that it was organized by the .socialists and extreme .lacobin te-publican.s for the purpose qi overthrowing the present administration in faror of a more radical rule. There is little evidence that the monarchists participated in the move It now appears that many of those who were arrested iu the streets had come out ot their houses to aid in .siippressing what they supposed to be a monarchist uprising. , NICHOLAS AND THE MEiN HE LEi) INTO SCUTARI King Nicholas of Montenegro not only defied the grea t powers of Europe in his attacks on Scutari, but he led In �Jjerson, carr^jing � rifle .and bayonet like an ordinary soldier, the final, charges which brougiitlabout the,surrender I Of .this. Turkish stronghold, 'v�las': a.rmy. Hundreds were killed.In-that last dash. Above are shown some of the men of Ntch- .*EUEVEN REROftTED INJURED y'^iMWi^letpv^u, ObIo.,_ May 7.--Eleven iijl^ebons'arts rp|iorted to ha\e been iu; ^t^d,J,Tt.'o tetJEtU^ in a head-on collis-^ ' \ iilp Four paBsenger eight, train near here Calgary, 'May 1,-London underr I writers, representing the Bank of I Moatreal, the city's flscfil agents, I have cabled that .they fan - place the city's treasury bills to. the value of ?:?,ODO,ooo.. No 'pVi^p>iiwitfeia.f,,'r'''''' NEMO CORSETS � 1 ; LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS | WARNER'S CORSETS Interesting Nfews From The Busy ' Courier Store Where Th( jy Sell For Less-Siiaps 1 For Saturday You Can Have Two Dresses Instead of One By Using These Adjustable Forms IF YOU \VISH to enjoy ease aud secure satisfactory results in your home dressmaking, we ask you to try one of these hew forms. After using one, we are oer-tRin you win nev�r do without it. The ease with which a dress can be made with a dress form of jropor size and shape to aid you, will be a delight to those who nevei before had such help. Then there's a big saving in making clothes' at home, .lust try using one of tiiose llall & Brochert Forms in (vsnjunction with the Ladies' Home .Tournal Patterns and you will have BETTER garments for Half. Adjustable Forms-$10 up to $20 5000 Patterns-at 10 and 15 cents. NOTICE; The new Spring Style Books, with ovcjr 50 pages of newest style ideas on sale at .................... 5 Cents. A List of Little Things for Home Dressmakers Bias Seam Tape-Bl.qck or White. High Waist Line Belting. Dome Fasteners on Tape-White only, RIc-Rac Braids-All widths, Bulgarian Wash Braids. Twilled Cotton and Linen Tapes. Bodkins, Ribbon Runners, etc. Splendid List of Bargains Ready for TBtfty Shoppers Dress Goods for Half Dainty Kerchiefs Kxtra fine .Swiss Handkerchiefs for Women, narrow hem^litohad , edge, with a dttin'tS,'. Uiand embroidered mbtif in corner, Heg. �||1J� 25c; ^or ........... I Ul� A Sheeting Snap 6,ood strong even thread cotton sheeting, full 2 yards wide, Hegulur :'iSc-.1 full pieces to go on sale. ^Cfs Per yard .......... fcOl# Ginghams on Sale Vour last chance to buy ihc ginghams at such a ridiculously low ^rice. � This offer will clear the lot. Bo here early ^per Q#� yard............... SIC Allover Aprons Just the thing for the house cleaning days - they cover file entire dress; light and dark cloths. Regular price $1.00-Clear- "7 Rt% ing at...... .......I OU Pure Linen Laces The balance of those German Torchon Laces, pure linen, values up to 15c a yard will be sold on Saturday, per yard ....... 5c .V collection of serges, Dashmbres, tweeds, Venetian clotlis, In a various color range; values as higji aa.$l,00 a yard. Clearing on IJCft Saturday .,05/,U l5c Prints on Sale More of those ISn^lish Prints' in light anij medium colors; a regular iijc cloth, the last wo have to offer; while they last your Qj* choice..........9w Child's White Dresses .�Vbout 15 dresses ifor children; 3 to li years size, white muslin, lace trimmed, slightly soiled; values up ^C** to *1.50; Clearing at Gauze Lisle Hose Extra I'iiie Gauze Lisle Hose, in black, tan or white, high spliced heels, and toes -double sole. Regular 50c. quality, marked to clear at............ Child's Hose Supports Children's hlack elastic hose Supporters, new in this week, a regular 25c line. All sixes In the loL WhWo "t Cf% tibey last............ I OU 35c fid The Better Kind of Shoes E^rEN THK BEST shoes now-adays are not any too good- and it keeps the shoe merchant ever on the alert to find a shoe that will give entire satisfaction to his customers. The Eclipse and Gait Shoe for Children are made by the Getty �Shoe Co., makers of the best Ohildren's Shoes in Canada, The Relindo Shoe for Women holds the first place in Canada, tor^stylQt'ffit and value-it's the shoe with the famous cushion heel, -r ,,. Wq's Relindo Shoea Buttoned ic'ifd Shoes ,... $1,35 ,Kid Strap Slppers......$1.25 Gun.m'iuP Pumps......$2.2S Buttoned .Patent Shoei. .$2.75 Buttoji. Velour Shoes. . . .$2.75 .High'Top Shoes.........$3.25  Children's Shoes Kid Strap Slippers.....$3..75 Tan Button Shoes.'......$4,00 Black Suede Pumps.'. .. .$4,00 Brown Suede Button. . . .$5.50 BIk, Suede Shoes.......$5,00 5-Button Oxfords.........$4,00 Qne-third off all Ladies' Suits HERE IS THE Coat and Suit offering of the Season-One-Third off every coat and suit in the store, absolutely NO RESERVE. This unOieard of offering is goo4 for Saturday only-At their re^iilai- prices they were considered the best values for the money in the city. . Now the ralues are Extraordinary. A New Stock of Nemo and Warners Rust-Proof Corsets OVR CORSET DEPARTME.N'T is recognized ac Ime most up-to-date corset shop in the city. While we specialize on American made corsets, we do not overlook the well-known Crompton and P. C. Corsets. These we carry always. WARNER'S CORSETS-The best flttiug; corset made on the American continent at a medium price. There is nothing to equal , .them at $4,00, $3.50, $2.75, $1.75 and............................ NEMO (lORSETS-Are corsets made for a special purpose. We have 10 different styles each one with its particular feature. Corsets tor the tall stout ngure, the medium and sihort, sfout figure-aud a few models for medium figures. .\ pair lasts a .CO 7C year. Prices range from $B to ... I 9 CROMPTON'S CORSETS-$2,50 to $1.50 P. C. CORSETS-$1,50 to 65c. -Also a few ranges of Sahitary Belts, Aprons, Tov/els, Diapers. $1.50 1 3 9NE-THIRD OFF the new three-quarter or "Johnnie" coats-some of the smartest coats we haye ever' shown. Cpats hardly two weeks Dut'of the factory.. .ONE-THIRD OFF all the lew. manTtailored Serge and Worsted Suits- all sizes from 34 to 42. Every suit included in this sale offer. 1 3 White Dresses & Confirmation Veils C ONFIRMATIOX SUNDAY will soon be here aud you will need new dresses and veils' for the girls first communion. Our stock has just been added to-making it complete in every detail. Dress to lit girls two years ,iip to 14 years. Dainty Embroidered Dresses, 2 to 7 years ..............,,.$1.50 Embroidered Mull Dresses, all sizes..................... Comfirmatlon Veils....................... $2.00, $1.76, $1.50 RYLANDS & CO WINDOW SHADES .V full size oil finish window shade, mounted on Harts-, home ro"-sold everywhere for itttd''5c. Our SpecL-i i'l'ice ... WUC "The Sell For Less Store" MEN'S SHIRTS The flndsl; EngliSli Negligee Elhirts in neat stripe patterns. Coat Shirts, reg, $1,25 valueB; all sizes, on QCn sale Saturday ..... OmC DECIDED Board of Trade Took .Regrettable Step Owing to Financial Stringency That the Lethbridjje Boai'd of Trade will withdraw' from :the Associate Boards seems certain. ' In fact, a de-; clsion in tlie raabter was reached last.-night at the regular raeeting. / The Board feels that they are not in a Position to continue theli'.membership beyond the.present half year, and a motion was paiised instructing the payment of the half year's dues, T/'hich amouju to about |800, and.ln-fom the Aatoclate.Boardg of'the' de; cislon to withdraw. The annual dues amount! to JlilOO, and the City Council refuges to pay thl.-1  '�'� . �.Mr.' 1'ii�r(^in)-i^6t;'oUed' very.niuoh tha action oi;.;i1jU4''Bt)flvtf.'and polntedi-oitt the beu'eTO'the:bily had tlerlved from the Board's jvovk. . He said, in- part: "It has h.een ;tho aim ot UiQ Associate Boards not so much ftp bring now.aet- tiers in, although they welcomed thera heartily, as to concentrate their efforts on benefiting, those already here,  to help the farmers in the Lethbrldga district to .better their ccinditlons generally. The Board -ft'as doing good work throughout the province, and 30 per cent, ot their money was spent in belhbridge. Also the money ifroni the twenty-eight other towns in the south country, which caine into Leth-� bridge iis dues .was largely, spent here, "For the past three  mouths the Board has been a yei^itahle clearing house. The fai-mers' liave come to know where to find the best buyers, and the buyers know that farmers can be. reached througli the Board's secretary, Mr., Pinlay. They have brought ibuyei: and seller tpge1;.her, and have heliied to establish' Leth-bridge as the" point where favro�rs seek to sell their goods and tlW Associate 'Bpards are now in the midsti ot a solution to the market tanglp, and I thlnlt'the local Board woilld do well to re-conslder their action before being a.party to the death of such a pro-greasive organization, for' it must surely die, if Us maiustay, liethbrldge, withdraws." MR. BURY IN CALGARY- ' Calgary, i\lay l,--George Bury, vice-' president of the C. P, it, western lines, arrived in the city today on a tour of inspection, Xle feitates that the' double-tracking of- the western .linos will first be completed botAveen Oal-gary and Winnipeg, after' wh1eh';;the' work of double-tracking l)otwe9ri^hU.: city aud the coasiti wlli>be;itflUeu ui>, �; 049435 ;