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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HEBALD May 10, 1912 OUR PRICES ALWAYS LEAVE YOU A LITTLE OVER FOR SOMETHING ELSE Dress Goods Given Away Buy a Dress and We'll Give You One May 11to 18 Inclusive Something New in Bargain Sales The Chance of a Life Time Hundreds of Yards to Choose From Wool Dress Goods] for Nothing, for One Week May 11 to 18 Inclusive 'WEKK'S A NKW WAY luivo .chosen forusli out 1800 yds. o'l' dross goods .in Eight days. Jl 'IVsa bio-task, but iliink do it. We'll pn! lhis..seHing scheme into as few words "II us possible. All told, we have aliout (50 pieces of all-wool dress maieriak which we I have taken from our regular stock and arranged on separate tallies. These goods, while not in the first rank as to style, possess, intrinsic value and excellent service. Everything not strictly new. troes into this grand clearing sale, and for. one big week's selling we'a're to give with each dress lengih sold an number of yards of any of the other sale goods on the tables Absolutely Free, -fust imagine, choice voiles, serges, .poplins, cashmeres, Armure.s, worsteds, fancy any of a dress length free .for-l.he chosing. The. earher you come the belter the selection. _ _ _ nuiy tnke your rlioice of any sale for your Fi-ee Pattern ins. ifj Sanie as (he g'owls bought. Thiis Offering Will Undoubtedly Crowd the BE HERE EARLY We Give Dress Goods Away for 8 Days Buy a Dollar's Worth and Well Give You Another Worth Free May llth to 18th Dress Goods Absolutely Free 500 Pairs of Sample Hose to Go on Sale Saturday Embroidered- Liwle -Hose Sample embroidered ilsle :in" black inii size 9 1-2. "only; worth; up .to centi. 35c. Fast Black Cotton Jlose Medium ;weight: fast black Maco cotton hose, sizes 8 1-2 to lOji regular dozen for Saturday. 15c. Fey Colored Lisle Hose Lisle -liose, embroid- ered and lace designs sheer and medium weight; worth up to 55c; all shades for 25c. Gauze, Lisle and Cotton Combing" tion Drawers Silk Lisle Combinations Fine gnage lisle thread combinations, sizes 32 to 3S; neat- ly trimmed with lace worth SI.00, special 75c: Syriss Lisle Coinb inatious Superfine lisle Swiss make, crochet lace loose or plose jfitting knee; worth on sale Gauze Li.slo Dnnvcrs ---wei gh t iu e open knee, lace style special for Saturday 35c. Dainty Collar and Cuff Sets From New York .Extraordinary values in the daintiest lot of hand embroidered and crochet lace, trim- ine'd'collar :uui cuff sets, Soft Collars, With Ties to Match 65c Made of' lineir in plain and fancy em- broidered silkeite, the last word in collar also white with em- broidered spot. Pure Silk Hose, 'Black and Colors 95c Gavize silt hose in. black, pink, sky, ppjrne, cardinal, rose, worth special t for Saturday. Tailored Dimity Waists With Soft Collars A. beautiful waist, made from :best Irish Dimity, neat self stripes and checks oaAvhiio 34 to :40; soft double collar and cuffs. White Turkish Towels 50c An extra large Turkish towel, with heavy knob surface, 'something value. Introductory price 50 cents. Large White Quilts Worth at 13 only, white quilts, '64 x S4 inches; good weight, hemmed ends, 12 only this save the .40 cents. Men's Egyptian Under- wear. Spec'I Sat 38c A snap, iii Men's Summer, weight under- Sif.es 36, '38, 40 50c.; only ;a limited quantity. Men's Summer Weight Cashmere Socks 25c Our regular the kind 'worth-35e, made 'from, best -Llama. all sizes, fl 1-2 to.. 11 1-2. Stetson's Hats. On Sale Saturday Light and dark felt hats in'large shapes regular 55.00 quality Stetson, about 25 hats to clear on Saturday. COMCTt WARN! R CORSETS MADE-IN-CANADA EXHIBITION lectlble Outcome of Project and PUn" Someone wrote those words about "I'm the Truly' Reipectablt, Duly jtlvus tho 'uuruoiio of tl ndu trnln... To be "iV truly robiie dolootublo" crentlon, t curry nil Interesting blto, HO arranged us tho motor car, but tboy arc oven morn educational value to applicable to the Miulo-in-Cuuiuia Hx- thorn. CoiiBuciuontly, blbltiou which the nuiniifiic- tlle twelve have been the doeorative oximrtB turore of this country about to gond on an extended tour through- uml of liic Western Caiinda. of sovenil tagenso will aeo a splendid a completeness bf difl'crcn uliiiii m a, mi f act u ring. parttnent of Agriculture In Ontario ran a special car through the Province for ten days last year, and hist month the department sent put another more elaborately organized car i'or throe weeks. To go back still further, our ............f agriculturists got the idea from their been' Intimated, snl citniu friends In the United States. No one !or Winnipeg louiiu lor me 1111111 j ivmmpcg in this tlesire to be ort the fore attempted to organize a train of train, a second Made-Winnipeg car such' proportions or on the same na- 'will be added, for. it hfimenllv de Uonal basis as "the Miule-tn-Canadn sirable that the big fstern city which will be sent through the western provinces for six weeks in May .and .Tune, under the auspices of the Canadian Home .Market Asso- ciation. motive behind "the project'and plan" caused the entire train to be organized along educational lines For instance, the introductory para- graph of the circular letter, sent by the association to the manufacturers, asking for their support, -reads as fol- lOWS' -----i "Most of the people who have set- ten in his yoirager djjt'or Dana of the New York Sun, JF for many years tlie jor ami pro .MOST. (JL Lilt! (leupit! rt I1U U net- tled in the west during the. last ten years do not know the extent to which manufacturing industries have devet- uavliig object iessoa will, it is hoped, should prove show the people ot the..west, in r graphic manner what the developmen of. manufacturing indusrtries in thi i west will mean to them. It will alsc 'serve to demonstrate the iact that and with him will js Of some twenty: ot serve o emonsrae e i the quality of Canadian-made goods equal to anything that can be import- panics. LL READY FOR THE; CLEANING HILETR atlian umiimiiuimniK. It Is a very that tin if ting manufacturei'S oft es tern Can stdti have entered into of this exhibition wlthjjaraeleristlc West urn zeal and onthJaKm. One vy eaiuj 11 neui tniu wm uiunm. car will be fitteii up" rclally will goods made in Winniij and if as cannot be should be given abuiiu credit foi being.', at. the very lea tlie fourth largest manufacturing art re in the An historic figure finest tbosc who will accompany 'turnin will be T. II. Race, of MitchePntario. He will act as lecturer, an] this capac- ity will preside in Qdining car. introductory para- where mealsjlsirated ad- dresses will be caft'ereut pha-j ses of the country's and FARMER DRAGGED IN FRONT OF DISC BOW ISLAND MAN SERIOUSLY IN- LOSES STABLE BY FIRE an old. newspaper mfiaving D education! JL D. Scully, of the Can adian Home Market relation, wil accompany the ii-ainjits manager Altogether j train ed, value for This, in short carry about twenty-fprsons. THE PANAMA CANAL IS All 1 TALK TO SETTLE LUMBER DISPUTE TE6T CASE TO COME BEFORE EXCHEQUER COURT AT OTTAWA fCrHnbrook Herald) There ia proipect of the dlipute bc> certain lumber Importers and lumber niiiniifacturera tbefnr.settled it an parly date, for a owe'will ihortly come before tho '.exchtquer court in Ottawa, when both 'nldcft will submit ei Idence and tho will render a decision Interpre- ting the .correct meaning'of the tariff .on lumber. 1 year repreienUUons to the government by, the manu- .fictiirera thtt A Urge quantity of Unit- c-H'. States lumber wai ooming into Canada, and by R clever inp device was prepJtred In sucli a to the payment of duly called for by the Canadian CUB- toms tariff.. The sections of the cus- toms regulations which apply to lum- ber are as follows: Section 503: "Planks, boards and other lumber of wooti, sawn; split, or cut and dressed on one aide but not further manufactured, free." Section 505: "Sawn boards, planka and deals plan- ed or dressed on one side CT both sides, when the edgea thereof are jointed or longued and grooved. 25 per cent." Section 50fi: "Lumber not otherwise provided, 'la per cent." "The practice of preparing, dimeu- alpn lumber such as 2x4t-.2xfl, 2x8, nml 2x12 for the Canadian ami United States markets is by'dressing it on and on one odgp, but tlie American mills, instead o-r dress- ing, or whnt is technically, termed their lumber In- tended for the Canadian market with j a pinner, are doing, the work a fine said W. A. Anstle, secre- tary of Lumber Manu- facturers' nasoclation on Saturday. "In some instances they arc- reduc- ing this class of stock.'.to uniform thickness with aaws and to a uniform width by planing one edge. Uotli pro-1 cesses are obviouslv for the purpose of evading the payment of duty pro vided by the Canadian taritf and the; Canadian manufacturers being desir- ous of obtaining the full protection pro vided by the laws, have frequently urged upon the authorities the- neces-j sity of investigating the mailer and i enforcing the law. As tbe (uicstlon in- volves some technical, knowledge the probably being anxious to lie strictly fair to manufacturers and Importers alike, lias'declined, to" riil-a in the matter.' Hut to bring it to a. focus a'tent case has been order- ed. ''it is a well known fact that the original rough sawing process in most modern .saw mills does, not produce lumber of sufficient uniformity, of width to permit, of Its uao for the pur- pose which dimension lumber Is put. Therefore, It. Is necessary Hint class of material ho joined or sized on the edge, either with a planer or a saw, Jt is tfH! contention of Canad- ian manufacturers that this' second l.Tocess should done in Canadian mills'and with Canadian labor. They claim, tail they can show, that: such was the intention of. the government at the time the tariff was framed. "Recently a car of the'disputed ma- terial was assessed duty at Winnipeg and ah was taken by the im- porter affected to the exchequer court Against, the action of the customs. The ease will be heard early In May and ia the interim all collectors of customs have been notified to inform importers that further shipment's" wil I be subject to the 'determination1 of the (court. "Lumber manufacturers from Brit- ish Columbia, Alberto, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, 'Ontario, Quebec and the Maritime Provinces will be; represent- ed at the trial. Importers from the western provinces will also .attend and American manufacturers have stated they are prepared to expend consid- erable money to defeat the contention of the Canadian manufacturers. They have found the Canadian market a con venlent -dumping ground -for their sur- plus declared Mr. Anstie. The prohibition bylaw recently pass- ed by the Wright (Que.) county coun- cil has been PACIFIC COAST PULSATING WITH THE PROSPECTS OF DEVEL- OPMENT (Rev. S. D.'Chown in Christian .Guardian) If one places.his ear to the ground he'will readily discern a, new-note in the >ium of activity 'in nearly every department o-f life in British Colum- bia. Unprecedented expansions in all directions is the watchword of the Jibur. e With the opening of the Panama Canal in the near Euro- pean continent will send hordes of immigrants to this province and it will become a new front door to Can- ada. Business is now instinct with anticipation of the larger day the opening of the canal will usher in. The whole Pacific coast of North Am- erica is palpitant with romantic ex- pectation. British Columbia is larger than all the Pacific states, put together (leav- ing out, perhaps, the single exception of Southern California.) and has great- er inducements to offer to 'the immi- grant than any of the commonwealths farther south. A prominent steam- ship man has that the fare from Europe for an immigrant to the Pacifiti port, when the .Panama canal is completed, will :be only'about more than to the Atlantic coast; arid as the immigrant, like'other people, desires to get the moat for his money, it is believed he will take ship for British Columbia rather than: for a more southerly port. It is on this ac- count, and for oilier reasons argu-sd, that British Columbia will attain the greatest 'relative .Increase in popula- tion and the prosperity through the Incoming of foreign peoples. It would not be surprising, indeed, it the wave of i'immigration should rush up the Fraser and the Bulkley Valleys with such force -as to flow into the Peace Alberta, at 'all points, and that some of its spray should dash over to the ;fringes' of Saskatchewan. It begets a tremendous anxtoty in one's heart to stand upon! these western shores and attempt to estimate the Titan ferees which are l destined to make themselves felt In our civilization. To be born to bear a -responsible part-in. this drama car- ries svith.it a weight which is almost crushing. But life is worth while. It is grand. The not grown stale. It needs no mimic thentre to feel its. fierce tragedy, nor indeed, sometimes, its com- edy. Reality reigns. Well, your readers may ask, what -being done about il? Much, The men of vision in tho religions nhd com- mercial realms on this western .coast i are keenly alive tojnecessity ol getting the hest pol type of im- migrant; preparing rival for the duties worthy citizenship; upon the soil ae soe to do so. They are, g their house in order .for what hinlc will be a great revolution, socially; a new err urably, effect the world. More particj they are de- upon .his ar- tellisent a.nd placing him it. is discreet (Special to The Herald.) Bow Island'. May Oscar Brbnson, of 2-10-10, had his stable de- stroyed by fire on Wednesday of this week. The stable being of sod, the ictual IOBS Is small, but unfortunate- 'y, a calf was burned to death, and wo others badly .burned. Miss .Alina P. res key, of spsut >arl of the week visiting-friends in own. The town fathers are doing all in heir power to secure an adequate sup )ly of water for. the town, and it is to e honed that their efforts will short- be successful. What might easily have been a, serious accident to those concerned, 'occurred on Sunday, when son's team ran a way. Just what hap- pened is not clear, biit the result was that Wayne and Clifford Johnson, Lou Hurlbut, Geo. Veal, and Ernie Ken- nedy, were thrown out of the rig and more or less shaken up. Wayne John- son was unconscious for several hours, but. we are please'd to state that he is not seriously injured. Two oilier members of the party are not able to 5t a'rouml very fast, but we trust that the effects of their shaking uu will soon pass. Lou Hurlhut Is visiting his parontft on the-homestead' this week. Mr. .Mitchell, of :MO-11, is at pre- sent in the Loth bridge Hospital, suf- fering from injuries received on Mon- day, when his team ran away with a disc: air. Mitchell, -rcll in front "of the disc' and was dragged a distance of yOO team being stopped by a fence. The extent of. his injuries is not known, but It is feared that they are serious. Pat 'Matthews, the "long home, steader from last week in. town. He says that ho misleading ia right iu hi-3 line. In driving through the country ws are pleased to see, on every hand far- mers .hard at work getting in their crops, and plowing outfits 'changing the color.oC the 'landscape.11 If the conditions remain' favorable, this ugurs well for our busy'little town. Mr. DeVaughn, blacksmith with the Drilling Co., had the misfortune to termiued to take fcood care 'of i have a 'finger badly bruised on Mon- tue settler as he ajthat the Pa- J day, and in cohsetjuence, is taking an cific cojisr of over-crowded Los :Angeics, the i city, they have n slogan, "A city o without a "slum." Lately, a most thusiastic conventi coma, Wash., cohv Tacoma Gommerci of Commerce Christian A At this coin well represented, that the problem he problems centres. -Jn uthern const adopted ,the lllion people :ant and eu- neld in Ta- ointly by the .and Cham- ihe Young ion of that Canada was s conceded commercial i men _is and the .prob'lem 'of.'tblous forces the individual', iirjit. Among the conclusions, relIn which ou church'-.shqiiMVfei'iug interes should the stean ship, 'and- reeeiration, coitnse (le he is to i protected from gas means t this lie 'inay remain few days an get insight'.into tin ess tninsat tions of ordlilury [is recognise thai the difference standard living -between thkrant and ou is durf to difference in environment: lucation. Ai effort will 'be mrlurround tlv immigrant with silences as wiJ raise his stnndari and preven him lowering third of others 116 .will be the first, nol as .a grown-up Jut as an iu telllgent, In the schools that It Iscd to estab lish: (find for models 'til- ready exist In 'rf It is intend- ed to form the ifts info clubs, where they will explained to them tlie institij the country of their Qdoptiotmglit how to elect members i'.ipal councils and legislaturesle instruction in the powers Js cl the var- ious offices of tlhe particularly be Id with their enforced lay-off. The hase ball team certainly looks natty, in the new suits, and it is ex- pected that Ihe manager will have a large number of scalps in his belt at fiie Of season, The foundation for -B.-C. Ludtke'a block on. Main street has been started, and it Is expected that the framework will be commenced in about two weeks. novel -duties ncwirighta'hi Imlsrants to divided as folio' 451; Europeans uch as their id U'l- LOOTERS BUSY IN THE i FLOODED DISTRICTS New La., May driving their livestock iii advance .of the flood arrived here'. early today from the country around Ferderiche, They leport hundreds of persons are marooned in their homes ..In ;that Vic- inity and are in urgent need ot re- lietV Motor, boats were unable, (o reach -that district. in skiffs are, reported be reaping a rich harvest in inundated Country. "Many homes from their occu- pants were f.iirly drhen, have been, broken open and INDUSTRIAL COMMISSIONER''' FOREST. THOMAS St. Thomas, May :Board of Trade has taken, action towards secur- ing an industrial commissioner for St, 1'homas, and has gone 'oil' record as being willing to raise for this rpose, the City Council raises a like amount. JAYS CALGARY POLICE ARE AFRAID, Calgary, May 'Floury, i nerchnnt, who keep's a store at 100S "Irst street and who was con- by Magistrate Sanders a feiv lavs ago on the charge of selling liq. ;or without a' caused B ion when'he; stated from the prison- rs1 dock in. (he police court today; int there were two officers on ty. force who were afraid to nytliing tluil might prove unfavorable, .tirlo Scn'cc.ftl, n wonmn, Tused him to be arrested on tho large of stealing a fur coat and oth- personal effects, valued t It Is believed that the Ind- ent may lead to an Investigation, any members of the force demand it, ;