Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, May 15. 1913 THE LKTHJUUiXJE DAILY IIERALLI LOSING With it's Ruthless Price Cutting Is now in full swing. It has made large numbers oi thrifty house- keepers happy by showing that a dollar saved is a dollar earned. We are positively closing out our j stock of Ladies' Wear, Children's Ladies' Wear SELLING OUT PRICE House Dresses Street Dresses Evening Dresses S2.45 Hobos.........75C While Law n 49C style Voile.......... Panama J tresses Embroidered Dresses......... Ladies' Vests Combination Bulls at per Suit..................35c Corset Covers SALE Wear and Dry Goods. The sweep ing reductions clinch the argument that the sale will not last long. Prices have heen lowered to the last notch, and mean big saving chances. Visit this sale and see A Bumper Crop of Bargains Special for Friday Morning Muslin, putlcniN, regular l.V ;i yard. Sell- ing Out I'rice 7C Sill; and TnlVeta Itibbon. seven indies wide, regular (tic a yard; Selling oaf 5C Dress (ling-liiun. best Selling- Out Price, Per Yard...................'............1Qc P. P. Priiil. just colors, best in.ulc. Selling uut Price Per Yard IQc Lace Curtains, Selling Out Price, a 35C Veilings, oelling Out Price a yard............JQc Baby Hibboii, Selling out price, a C Children's Wear Out L'ricc. White Lawn Selling Out Price. Vesls' Out Price. unil blui-k.. Hulling1 Oiu J'rice. Hoys' HluuhL'.s...........Spiling-Out Trice. Druwt'L-.s..............Selling Oul Price. 29C 50C 25C Three doors West of Post Office THE PALACE CLOTHING CO. Opposite the Fire Hall PRESENTS AMENDENTS TO PROVIDE STORAGE ELEVATORS used, there isould be the additiou.il fluce Ihc Graiu Glowers' Grain Com- o- Opposition While nol Opposing Doubt if Experiment Will Help Farmers Much who Will Have Tolls to Pay Some Broken Promises Williara, which hail adOpJ much to 'the slOMge capacity. It had been possible to Xccji Ihe tno Superior longer than usual, anil this spring thb dc- parlmenl of marine had lukfm steps to Lreak up thc ice above the Sew. Ho said he ciiil Ml ulflt fo be re- Carried ns oppo-ins tlic matter, for ii slioned a rcascranbV protaliillty of being for tile brncfil of Ihc penple, pany bad leased nn elevator from tbo C. V. n. there, and doing business. If the fo'jnd (hu de- mand for accommodation jo the gov- but lie would point t li'e estab- lishment ot the elevatois was not a te- to the deiuai.U tliat made May The ntiv closure rules not bo iiivofccJ in ordor to tccuro the third reading of the .Naval Bill. My an agi cement arrived at to- liiKht the chief nllh (ho consent of Froniier Kcrdcii nnd Sir Wtllrill the final divi- i-ion will he taken en Thursday. The Liberals nil! imno amend- ments. bnt It that in each case the "Fpecchraakln? v.lll le confined to tbe mover. The final oraeadmenl will by Sir TYIIfrH I.aurlcr, will move the si! months' hoist. will mean a seric1 of divisions. It fs Rtalcd that Sir ulll craphasire tho fart that' Jt would be u'rlets to continue the dlEclisslon further, np the menl can force the bill thiough unde- llon. (icorge P. Graham ejpietscd earlier than would olherwise havs to Ihc late government, and the sent government by tho grain deputation to Ottawa. k JCor was it implr-msntlng tie t'se that the present head of the gcue'.nment had made. The demand I began a week or ten the grain for govern ernment devutor sufficiently the rules. Tt.o imporlant feature of Fllllnp was an announcement by lion. George H. Perley, acting Minister ot Trade and Commerce, that the govern Tncnt hns decided to build aovernl io- lernal as soon as possible. Thnse will be iu tho nature of an cv ferimput, and. if successful, the plan Tiiil be evlendcd. They Tvill he built under tbo supervision of the Grain ComnilEdon Ho aUo slated that It is the inlf-n- tlon of the to cstanlis'] n transfer at the const lo be th.it the preps of both parties show a disposition to criticise thu y Hoard Certain newspapers, he said, have a tendency to consider Judgments by tbo Board as a. victory for one political party or the other. This tends lo creato the Impression that Hie Hoard is Influenced by roll- tin, more particularly by tbe govern- ment o[ Hie day. linn. .1. Jioheny, who was leading the House, in reply paid a warm tri- bute to tbo late Judge Mabec. He ;aid that the nrtscnt goiernmcnt bad ficeil no mote difficult tas'i than that of selecting a worthy successor to the l.ilc chairman. The, bill reported aud given a reading. Tho bill amending the. Volunteer Ilounty Act. by extending Ihc time dtirins which holders of scrip may lo cato their land in the West until Oct- ober SI next, was put through cen tlii; case. lie expected that (here, would be con further details and suggestions ttic commission, following thulr ecent irip through Alberta a'nd SHE- latchewr.n. The government had de- to build at once a fesv interior iterators, in ordej (hue. they might definitely hoiv successful they ID In metling the situation, "hoy uould be built by tbe mcnl, and operated under the sufior- Ision of thc Grain Commission. There would be a regular staff of in- spectors and all grain would he and InspecteJ, sn that it could In sold on Ihls infection, and linal sieges. The uis the rc.idy tic r.s f'.maiua Car.al is completed, hnothtv ono fit tho terminal of tlic HmlEon's Kail- joad. Frank Oliver, Dr NYcly ami TV. r. K lion It P, Vvhilp nol opposing UK M'hciiif. do'ibleil T> helper il would a success. Hen Holieri J. A, >l All- live-sear conlracl with .1 British syn- dicate for a wirelcsi telrgianli scr- across the Atlantic was passed nr.'l the- bill based thereon Introduced and given a first reading. The Grain Ac! Tim second reading of the act to am-nrl (he Canada Grain Act an important announcement fron Hon. CieorKC 1'crley, with respect to the government policy nn Internal cle He said this whole tincsl had been under consideration FOino time by the department Urnli Commission, and by the ministers Bin' members from Ibe agree that merit operation oi aii Lake Su- he farmer gel his large, it would not be slow to move further. .Mr. Aikins emphasized tbe importance of the interior terminals in releasing cars, in fostering the mill- ing industry, and in leaving to ihe farmers the imall grain and seeds fcr feeding purposes, The Promises Wade Mr. Knoulcs, Moose Jaw, that thc member for Brandon bad not been following the facts. Thc fads that tho hon. member for Brandon, thc hon. m.iVr for Portage la Prji- rie and other western Conservatives had Into power largely on ac- count of a promise made that they would, without delay, iC r'actd in power. Institute government opera- tic) and ccntrol of terminal lors Mr. Pyriev: "Is that promise in the bill now before tbe Mr. Knovrles: 'Xo; my hon. friends .cet thc demands thai Jiail lieen made] don't put their promises in their bills, pcrior terminals It dill not matter erected them, hut the demand was for operat'cn under government It was the heluf of the grain grow- ers tbat there could not be eatisfac- or fair operation of tlie elevators piiviile interests. Tbat thc view accepted ty' the present Pre- mier when these people, atitl the construction of aa elevator al Korl to te operated hy the fuieinment did net measurably posed to this Necly: 'The qnrstion is an ab- solutely unfair one." (Laughter from Mr. Aikins.! "My lion, friend from UrAndon may Dr. N'ecly. "He had bet- ter laufcti at lus leader, who finds bim- self In the humiliating position of hav- ing made promises before he liad ob- tained information as to whether he onM carry them out. My hon. iriend thai U is necessary to It no.ild have been better f the Prime Minister had eloiv- y, instead of having made a public sc on every platform, uhich he finds himself ynable to out." Mr. Jones' Qualifications Dr. Kecly went on to refer to re- cc-nt cliaagc-s in the personnel of the Grain Commission brought about by tiie resignation of -Mr. Frank (Jlbbs, iml tho appointment of Mr. J. P. Jones in sttatl. llr.idhury, and IV. SrhAf-j RhouK ht dons to assist the market !DC or fnln Immizranti coming in by the grain field; were strctdilng out receipts, upon, he e n I a s i ree en led lo tl> House. He noticed Dial tbe Uoaid o Urain Conimissioners had rising a rovlug commiEsion Thr- gov lion of poorgr.ulf uiirni. interior ajipartntly going to ac- rainals uould at the cost of the pro jcept recommendations by liiccr come into use. In normal j lo establish interior elevators. tion had been ihan the actions which ihey hiil proposod before com- ing Into question was that the ntiion l.iko.n by the gov- ernment nol a fulltHrient either it the demand made or the alren. I Mr. Oilier hart no doubt that tin years ujien llurt Heveial days ago, htr saiil, Mr. Mar- tin, of Heinrta. bail questioned the min- istty f-s to Mr Jones' and as to nbether or not Ibe new commissioner the same gentle- man who bad been manager oC the Kmpirc Kelevator Co, at Fort Wil- liam, when that company fined two ago for the Crain Act by mixing grain. The govern- ment's answer, Dr. N'eeSy said, had been misleading In Uiat it stated that -Mr. Jones bad not fined or pros- ecuted for grain Two >esrs he said. Ihe Ikirt Arthur Eleva- tor Co. had been fined dol- lars for offences against (he Grain tion against tho company, of which Ihc commissioner had been manager. The Hon. Robert Hon. Robert, Rogers pointed out that the reason for unScti Dr. Neely had fccen asked had been, placed on. tbe table EOBIC time ago. The GTain Commission, in Its tcpon, had made n most complete statement. He would be filad to send the member for Hum- boldt n copy, so tbnt he couW apolo- gize to bis constituents for bis ignor- ance on the subject. TMs fully ans- wered nil tbe questions tbe hon. mem- ler UBS ashing. In his opinion. Mr. Kueerfi said that (he goverjintent uas fulfilling every promise nbich it had made HUB ucEtioii- The" government was also going furtbcr, ami elevators would ic creeled at Vancouver and on's Day. rariutrs could store it the internal terminals, and then ship by the most advantageous route. Thsy were making a great forward step, and it be appreciated by- ill classes. E. MooEe asked i what grounds Mr. Ilogtrs bad a [iromise at thc banquet of last June that (he government ele- vator would be rcad> for the season of Mr. Holers rcrlicil that he made no definite statement, and had given no definite [Tonilse. Hon, George Perley said (hat the first site proved unsuitable. The Act, and the which Mr. -lones w.is Company then ,ot pnvosnl some dlstus- r-'-on nl the yvcning i-esslon, the Gialn on wlii-'h (he announcemonT both second and On rradJng nf ilon. K. Aoi. then VVH.; ?omc dehaie. Thi bill inrrcnsc'l llie of Com- Mlfsioi.cr of ihe Hoard ,nin! tlmt iil'i-n moves a tcrr.ilti.il fioinl. arr comji'llcd to fifn lo fliiclhtr rhall In- for loss. Ihe amount of Increasing nl rale that It "as E Ihe facilities of the country to handle Last year there uas mucii and firaln. more Ihan the lake t.irc uf, urought olo lors coulil floating drjlns from (tie Hindi madf- (or and ninler at Port Arthur flint Korl Sl.Ura had ier.ts hail brcn to lo.nl gr.iln ttl Inter.Mon They advantages: of HIP hr was somewhat doubtful Thr car- rying of Rtain lo tbe interior Unnin- al jioint, and the slonnz and rC'hamlilng ntccsfary (here, expense. Thorp would of course, he a (brotigli freight rate, but the storage and handling viould coal something, and that ftould come off Ihe producer. That of must bo at the lowest rolnl, but nt Iliat Hie producer nould naturally nlijoot to It. favor nhlc for mnrkcting. he dlt not think the Interior by much nicid, and nhcn (liej wcro i-ars. hcwoTt-r, t bulk of the wheat uoukt go slralgU Lhrotigb lo the lu-ad of the lakes, and the' responsibility would be etlll iii-on the gosernmenl to sec- that it was properly handled there Mr. Olher conchidtd by staling tho of har.illing the grain tialfic rested mon the government. J. A M. Aikins J. A. M. of Brandon, decl.tr. ed that the Opposition might have had socd Intentions, but they hai carried them inlo He iloclarfd lhat Ir necessary to i lowly in the mnller of atip log more control of the fcrmlnaTg at tho head of the Lakes. Tho- change was largely an experinicnlal one Did Mr. Oliver, he tald, desire that the government should purchase ajid con trol all the at the head ol Ihc tefce-? Mr Oliver rcpllod that it !m material wlu-lher they Ihcr.i 6r rioi, so long as they conlrol erf .Mr, Alktns hflicvrd Ihal this wotil iiot ihe' people: of the we-s ed that experts should be appointed, rtprestutiog all branches ind that I'arliamenl should some say in the mailer. Mr. Perley "Is my lion, triced op- had Vern lined three thousand doltors for 5imtldr offences, among them the mi.tirig of grain. No doubt, thc Tlumboldt member Mr. .lones knows a great deal about the gram trade. At tbe pRme (imt. Mr .lories' .ij if ointment to the commission seemed to him to be a stracge one, in view of the conuc foundations iinnroper. Thejp hod (o find anolher localion, and another rracl from" the C. N. R. The contract had been let In June. Mr. KiiovJes saKl lhat the promise was made only because an election s coming off, and ihat the govern- ment was just fooling tho Mr. (Seorgo H. Bradbury, ot Sel- kirk, that he wns not surprised al tho altUiide of thc Uberala. They had opposed doing anything when they were in power, and apparently tnok thc same altitude sUII. "ARE YE Ice Cream Pai-lor is thc Pride of Lcthbrulgc City. A ml tltc manngcmenl is givino- the public: excellent Quality Doiuils and liavc us for FKU1T.S, SODAS, ICE CUEAM, COXFKCTIOXERY ANDREWS CARLILE, Props.