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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 10. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY. HERALD Friday, May CLARKE'S STORE NEWS S Jr, If .'-V _r- Saturday's Quotations Of Wonderfully Attractive Values in Dependable Merchandise That is Most Wanted Now Big value-giving forms the all-Important item in the program for tomorrow7? selling, on a collee-tion of most desirable new Spring goods representing worthy contributions from every department of the store. These are linking price reductions for your Immediate investigation, which com- bined with the dependable qualities of ail Ladies' Store merchandise, are the irresistible inducements that win make quick work of all featured for tomorrow. Be among the early.shoppers. paturday Sale of Fine Lisle Hose 3 Pair for REGULAR 50c VALUES "Plain or lace ankles jn 3 excellent Quality lisle goods; colors black, tan, sky, rose, old rose, reseda, alice, yellow and white; full fashioned, seamless feet and extra elastic tops; spliced heels and toes: A A sizes S 1-2 to 10 ins. Sale pair for Saturday Sale of Ribbed Lisle Vests 2for35c 8EGULAR 25c VALUES A big collection" of var- ious styles of fine rib- lisle goods in. splen- did Quality and medium Spring and Summer weight: short sleeves or sleeveless; closed fronts and neatly trimmed with crochet lace: Worth, up -to 25c. Sale 2 for 35c PURE Worth 15c. Saturday FANCY DRESS MUSLINS Worth 20c. Saturday Sale Saturday Sale of Newest Waists in' tailored and. -fancy chil-. foas, vestlngs, linens, etc, at 10 PER CENT. OFF GINGHAM V AND CHAMBRAY WAISTS Worth C1 OJK Saturday, Sale 3> EMBROIDERY EDGING AND STRAPPING Worth 25c. Saturday Sale 15c A Rousing Saturday Sale In the Ready-to-Wear Section WITH THE GREATEST- 3TOCK OF SPRING WEARABLES WE'VE EVER DOUBLE THAT OF A YEAR AGO. In keepinj with the inflexible policy of this store which demand! that EVERY GARMENT MUST BE SOLD DURING THE SEASON FOR WHICH IT WAS BOUGHT, we announce a tremendous sale for tomorrow of coats, skirtm and drestes, in order to adjust, stocks to proper proportions- and to make room for big shipments cf summer goods now on the way. SHOP BEST GENERALLY GOES FIRST 20 per cent Off Our entire 'stock of wo- men's and young ladies' Newest Suits and Skirts Suits in the new, smart styles of the season; coats cut short and semi-fitting as the'best stvle demands, all silk m.' lined: skirts cut moder- ately narrow. A splen- did range of light, me- dium and dark colors. 20 per cent Off Our entire stock of meirs and young'ladies' Newest Coats and Dresses Coats shown in a most comprehensive range of serges, c r ay ene.tt.es. repps, linens and In- dian Heads: dresses in silks, serges, pan-amas. voiles, etc. all new stvles. LARGE HAIR NETS !n all colors. Saturday Sale. 3 for 25c BOYS' EUSTER BELTS White, red, brown and black. Saturday Sale, 2 for 35c Saturday Sale of Finest Whitewcar in gp-wns, skirts, draw- ers, slips, corset cov- ers, etc., of fine Ions- dales and muslins, at 10 PER CENT. OFF BEST PRINTS A GING.HAMS In big assortmenta Saturday Sale LACE TRIMMED JABOTS Wortti up to 35c. Saturday Sale t SATURDAY SALE Or MERCERIZED FOULARDS AND COTTON VOILES REGULAR 35c VALUE Very handsome for house or street dresses; every piece guaranteed to wash; voiles shown in checks, stripes and plain effects; foulards in stripes and spots and fancy designs; colors navy, tan, reseda, old rose, skv. black, etc, Regular 35c. Saturday Sale Price 25c SATURDAY SALE OF FINEST IMPORTED SCOTCH GINGHAM REGULAR 25c VALUE A beautiful newest plaids broken checks that are so popular this season; In fine variety of dain-1 7 1 ty combination 9 such as sky. rose, nile, tan, helio and black and white. Our entire stock usually sold at 25c. Saturday Sale Price MAY DECIDE TO-DAY ABOUT MINERS GOING BACK TO THEIR WORK (Special to the t .A Brief Fernie. H. C.. May mom-1 This m0rning'5 session was brief. lag's session of the Conciliation j lhc CIlll Boara marked the closing of the first; chapter of the proceedings. The. ses-j nofc bcinS rerid-v> a yesterday for some caused a delay, and after Mr. had flied his statement, of the sion was short, the statements called for yesterday evening not being ready Rees re- ceipts arui riisbMrseiRcnis of Glad- stone Union, the board adjourned to meet the two parties at 'private con- ference at noon- In adjourning -the board for this purpose, the chairman took occasion to state that he vas going to submit to the parties to the dispute a proposition iipon he hoped they could arrange to 'It was time was taken and the reports gtil beinc delayed. Mr. Rees, secretary o the Gladstone Union, returned to th stand and placed his sworn statemcn of the financial affairs of the loca upon file. The Coal Company's state mcnt of collectior.s and check-off pay mvnts made to the Union, was also presented, and as there was a sligh discrepancy, growing out of the fac that certain collections madr for thp local appearing upon the local rec- ord, stidi matters not being kept on the books of the local because thcj in- the iven these figures for have the mines re-opened. matter of groat importa.'nca .to the 'mste voluntary contributions by operators who were under divjauals of a charitable nature, sponsibility for tha great Ihtero'st secretary was involved, and the mine workers the purpose of Aerifying them. Other also in a most responsible position statements were offered by Mr. Wil- relative to the miners, and the gener- ion, and at this point Mr. Stubbs al community. This proposition was objected to the manner in which these the result of two others presented by statements had been presented. Pie him by the other two members ol ths thought the mine workers had been board and as he was presenting it, placed in an unfair light by these was his own. statements going to the press. The Mr. Stubbs, at an earlier stage of chairman took issue with bin., saying the morning proceedings, took occa-; that all statements" presented and sion to object to the manner in which sworn to were tiled as such, and statements had been received, the those which had not been so treated mine workers not having nad an op-. had been so mentioned. He thought portunity to examine .some of that both sides had .acted "fairly and and he thought they had placed that both sides had presented such mine workers in an unfair position, j statements but these were treated the press representatives present giv- i and all statements were open ing the proceedings out as they time to scrutiny. The board curred. j adjourned to meet both committees in The chairman objected to this, say-! private conference' at noon, a propo- ing that statements which came be- j sition will be submitted by the Chair fore the board were treated fairly i man "of the Board which had been pre- j ijand had been presented in a fair man-Spared by him from propositions from any possibility-of .subsequently repeal-.buncombe and all-the exaggerated talk With every purchase of or over, except Groceries, we give a ,.Watch worth FREE OF CHARGE WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OR" MONEY REFUNPED. THE BLUE STORE No. 600 4th Avenue, New Dominion Block, Opp. New Court House This store has been onened since March 22nd and le the talk of city and district. Have you any idea why? if net, can tell and hero It are In the wholesale buiinoM Calgary and give you rery nearly the prices that merchant! pay us. Qnr rent is very low and in order to to the people of this city and vicinity wfcb vO not naifed' tat Btot Store we will hero give you a few of the bargilue' offered In the history of Lethbrklse or Winnipeg, Our entire "'vtoeJl of up-to-date general merchandise consisting of groceries dry Roods, ctothinc. gents' furnishings, shoes.' crockery, at nearly half price to that paid in cHy, and cheaper tlian you can buy in Winnipeg. We simply defy tition and we truarantce you a paving on each and every artlctelyou may from us. It done not' matter what It Is. Small Profits. Quick and :4 is our motto at the Blue Store. We do as we a'drerilae. re- member. our stock is all new and up-to-date. Np snoddy or ifielf- >vorn goods which are generally offered at sales and that back article we sell. Tour money refunded at 'the Bhie-.Store. ..S-'S.. ABIG SHIPMENT OF CROCKERY JUST RECEIVED X. See? our window it will teli you the reat. Dojtrt fill tq set. one of our price lista, IHE BLUE STORE s, 606 4TH AVE., DOMINION BUILDING.. Opposite New Court House MANAGER. LETHBRIDGE. ALMRTA. Look' for the. Blue Sign, and No. 606 4th Avo.' Re- that money sav- ed is monoy 'made. We to any part of the city. Highmt prices paid for potatoes, butter and i ner by all parties. Such statements the other'1 two' members and it is' ing the -pact. as had been sworn had been filed as i hopfed will be accepted by the parties exhibits and others were received anil! and the men go back to work until a I i held, fay the board for examination. J final conclusion could be reached. ALL ARGUMENTS AGAINST RICIPROCITHALL FLAT (Special Ottawa to The Herald) paid agents of corporation bosses. Ottawa, 'May seems to be! Thls is evidenced by an j little doubt that the "people of Canada, ieditorial fo the Ottawa the 'and particularly the 'agricultural and i organ at the capital to the' West government does noi feari and misrepresentation in politics and all the political ghosts tre not confin- ed to our own and that there an immediate appeal to the people, it Qas entered into trQe discussion in rightly takes, the ground that to per- Canada as a reason for'defeating petrate such an injustice upon the adoption of this contact would -be unjusufiable under any adian arllament a f circumstances. Tme West has contrib- rn LO nuiiex utea so mu-ch to Canada s of and upbuilding that Sir Wilfrid Laur-jt ier is determined to give it fair play t in the matter of Parliamentary repre- sentation. The conspiracy to trick DomlQlb- imagiatioii-. "to of i j labor classes, which 11 specially designed reciprocity i8 frankly condemning their course. It will deep declares that there is no justification jly resent this conspiracy on the part for it, and proceeds: "It 'corporate Interests to control aPPear to be the intention tO( reins of government. It is reported during the present! tics and by holding up supply force that the Conservative opposition is to 'tiie Ditter whatever Jan election before redistribution. -In out of its rights in this matter will be firmly challenged by the Government, will make an earnest effort to pro ceed with the passing of the agree- ment, and the progress of the coun- try's business .According to the state ment of Mr. Northrup, one of the Con- servative lieutenants, who recently ad- dressed a meeting in New .York, the Opposition, "will adopt obstruction tac- t be financed for. its endurance test iirftj13't is- Tnis is. understood to meanguch a case the Opposition will have tn are exhibited -by the 6p- the treaty us the declaration of real policy by country, and as an announcement 62 our purpose to control our neighbor of the north. "I am not an .anti-imperialist, but T have had cousideraDie experience in the countries over which, we hare as- sumed temporal control. I do not know when, that control -will end, but I do know that, in respect to those countrie'e, we have taken oar heavy duties and obligations, the weight of to destroy any temptation obstruction by handsome subscriptions ,nat opposition propose to hold up to take full responsibility for from the Tory Tariff Reform parliamentary business of the counj course, which will not soon -be forgot- 'to further tie acquisition of territory. iof England, by" Canadian until they can force the govern- ten by the Canadian people. Tlle talk of annexation IB bosh. Ev- ling- and corporate- interests, -and other financial organizations hosBle to its expressed inten- in to reciprocity. There i have -been occasions on which valu- to reciprocity. .'-'A. large "v campaign fund is being secured and organized] able results have been 'achieved by the opposition by standing by their "guns The attempt at minority rule is made sible. owing to the fact that there lizes that it is bosh. Canada it no closure in the Canadian parliament. strong youth, an xioia to test It is probable that the lessons of pres- ent experiences will result in the ad- option of some measure .in the future. Taft Knocks Bogey The first "bogey7' raised against the bureaus are being., .established for purpose of .distributing literature and {until they forced the government to engaging agents. As Hon, certain minor points. the Minister of finance, who. was so But the present case is very differ- Isrgely' instiTimeiLlal in. securing the ad-en-t.. The government has announced _ _ _ _ vantagepus definite policy on a most important [reciprocity agreement by the opposing; objection to any steps recently expressed: it in" it jpublic question. Its supporters, -ho [interests, namely, that it .would result j greater economic and_ c appears to be a .'campaign on ihe partite in. the great majority, are practi- in met with a ste.-.i re- of titled wealthy eor-fcally'-united in favor of that policy. It bake the Un- poratioris to combat the interests an immense stock of optim- ited States in tis recent speech to mo the masses. "In that said to believe that a government in International Newspaper Association Fielding, "the government will be [such a position will be coerced into in New York. The President said: found'upon the 'side of the that policy. The opposition (Liberal cheers.) Tories Not United may obstruct the .estimates for months will the situation be any better at the hitter, end than it is now? If Bitter disseations exist in the ranks ithe majority of the people of Canada of the Opposition over this latest opposed to reciprocity they will spiracy. The saner part Con-'vote the government out of power at servative party is bitterly opposed to the next election, which is only about the proposed tactics of becoming year hence. If the majority of the ____________________ _ -people of Canada are not opposed to j reciprocity they will return the gov- Zam-Blllv Clir6S Piles jernment to power. Will weeks or _ [months of obstruction at the present Read What Those Who Have Proved [time sensibly affect the result when jt say Itlle election comes? It certainly will Mr. Thomas- Pearson, of Prince i not change the position to which the Albert.. SasK.. writes: "I must thank government has definitely committed you for the benefit I received from 'itself." Zam-Buk. Last summer I Buffered i An Earjy Election greatly from piles. I started -to use Zam-Buk and found it gave me re- 1 The interests aligned against the lief, so I continued it and after using j people in this reciprocity campaign three or four, boxes I am pleased to desire to force an early election for say that it has' effected a complete reasons. jn the first place, if can secure a poll before the work Joseph Street, "I can highly recommend to everyone Vbo iuffert Jf rom piles. I have also found it most 'ective in curing a sore thumb "frith which my littlo son was suffering. The thumb had begun to swell and fester and had lost .the nail: I persevered in the application of Zam-Buk and the sore Is now entirely healed." NolT only. for piles, but for inflamed sores, ulcers, eczema, ringworm, boils, eruptions, scalp sores, itch, children's sore heads, old wounds etc., Zam-Buk is Trithout equal as a 'healer .and also of redistribution takes place this sum- njer they succeed in disfranchis- ing large portion of the great and growing West. It is conceded that the census will demonstrate that the West is entitled to at least a score and.more of additional representatives in Parlia- ment. It is tfie desire of the interests to prevent ths voice of the people be- ing-recorded in tnis manner, and trust by a vigorous monied campaign to catch a snap verdict before the West has a chance to be heard. In the sec- ond place, they have at their disposal for cuts, burns, stiffness and wherever! at the present time campaign fund and whenever a, handy ba'.ir. is called j of considerable proportions which it for. All druggists and stores at proposed to utilize in an effort to box. Zam-Buk Soap will be found as defeat the government's policy. Last- superior amongst medicinal and toilet soaps ag the balm is amongst salves. Mothers should use it for the baby's ly they fear that if the election is de- layed and reciprocity comes into c'- bath. 25c tablet, all druggists for a 5'ear tbe increased prosper-! stores, or post free from Zam-Buk Co., of the country and the larger re-' Toronto. :fc jturns to producers will effectively kill As between Canada and the United fit from the trade agreement will in- sure that it has not. some elements of consolation in it, to find that all the jhis muscles, rejoicing in the race h.e is ready to run. The United States has all jt can attend to with the territory it is now governing, and to the possibility of the annexation of Can- ada to the United States a basis 'for their commercial un- ion should be treated .as one. of-the jokes cf the platform, and should not enter into the consideration men engaged in solving a serious'prob- lem." Thougn the common crow Is regard- as one of the slowest of flying birds is can easily maintain a speed of 30 miles an hour for many houre at CORSETS TF most corsets arc too long to fit you comfortably-and ndlJ their position, try a la Grace, a model tbat is specially made for abort women. tnc very newest tinea. long skirt, but (tcels only cs lonf need be. Medium to full finJ it unas comfortable. woman caa fet n that exactly tuits her figure. At ttt bent itorct. ;