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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETII BRIDGE DAILY HERALD sday, May 21, 1013 COFFEE Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue tlis same signifies all that is best Always ask for BI'Jc Ribbon Coffee, Bating Powder, Tea, Spices, Jollj- Powders and EslracU. Ther will Eire perfect satisfaction. Will Back Man Who Has Their Real Interests at Heart J. O. vice-president ot the UnUr-d Mine Workers ot America, District No. Is iu the city today In connection n-Jth the now be- ing wajed In diitrict consequent on tbe res'gaatlon of President Clem Itubha, some Ume age. The fight, he idmlis, is a hard one, tut he can see jnlr one re-election .ol Stiibhs by a large majority, aad settlement once and (or all ol the pol- itical question u it affects the miners' union. Mr. Joces attended a large meet leg of tie LethbraJge local N'o. o74 Jast night. SluaVs was nominated aiwr hard fight on ihe part of the Smith- Socialist Word comtJe also from Cole man that at rousbs meeting of the tiso locals thete on Sunday, Stubus was nonilnr ated by an majority. OCB or Smith's "supporters, put Scallh's came lii nomlciUoo but could cot a- Fraak Barrlnghani, secretary ol the Ktyp local It in the city today to lend tbe inquest into the death, of Bam PopovKch. He says ibat Stubbs been nominated at the Kiiip local and will receive a solid icte In that union, The greatest opposition to the elec- tion of Stubbs co.-nes Irora tha Hos- incr and Michel locals, which are Smith strongholds, but Lethbridge, ColerBan. and Fern ie, three the lar- gest locals In the are lined up solidly tcbicd ilieir old leader. AILING SKIN J. D. Higinbothan. Druggist Eczema, Psoriasis, Dandruff. Pirn- skin troubles of any- WASH THEM AWAY -nlli D. D, D. Prescription for Eczema. Thfa mild -wash will bring you in- stant relief, from that ar.ful itch. Proro it with a trial bottle. Our customers are" letting us aboiit. .tie wonderful cures effected by tbia great fpecific. D. D. D. Ecap helps too. lAsk ILS more abo'Jt them both. .1. D. Higinbolhatu, Co, Lid., Post office block, dnjjgist. Tho original post'office 'at Guelpii Is b5lng removed to another site. A POPULAR LOAN London, 5lay great waE the rush of tbe public to secure a portion of tbe neV Chinese loan, vhicu was open- ed for subscription today, that the Issuing banks closed their lists at 11 this morninj. -t It was then announcwl tbat ths loan bad been largely over-sab- ficribed. It TVSS quoted at I per ceat. premium by sellers. C. P. W. Ailbridgs !a prtsiiicnt ol Bclleillle Civic Improvement Club. FHANH OLIVER IS AGAINST DIS- CRIMINATION AS OUTLINED IN NEW BANK ACT Ottawa, May the after coo Bitting of tbe House, Major amendment to limit the amount-ot bank loans to anr one foreign client to ten per cent, at the capital wa declared lost. Another much discup. ed clause of the bill we at by tb board fhortly afterwards, when i was decided to strike out the clause providing for loans ID ranchers on cattle. This -was because of tho ambiguity of the term rancher and because, na Mr. White explained, i" was Dot. the Intention ol this legisla- tion to allow'the-banks -o take Hen a on the. livestock or the farmers al Canada. On the clause providing for lion of bank mergers, Mr. Oliver ex- pressed the that tbe tendency towards TnonopcHes in banking WBE Increasing, and thought H lie to make every effort to secure competition. He thought the mtrjor should not take place without the knowledge and consent cf PerllamEnt Real EiUte Holdings On the clause dealing with the ac- quisition of real estate by the hanks Mr. Emmerion, Westmoreland, pro tested that the ban'Ka wert doing too much In the way of Investing In rea! and leasing of .tboJr huiidicss to others. He thought there should be a limit to the percent, age of capital which could in. in realty for their own nee. Mr. While thought mis BABY'S OWN SOAP Many happy Mothers are using Baby's Own Soap in the nursery not merely because they themselves were washed with it, when infants, but also because ex- perience has shown that no other soap will help the skin so much-make it so white, so be so pleasant to use -and cost as little. is best for Jlaly Batiy'i Own and jor you. isj ALBERT SOAPS LTD., Mfri., Have helped SEAL BRAND COFFEE io si and the long i CHASE SANBORN MOKTKEA.TJ erned entirely hy economic conditions. The banks Tranied ihe best in a cityj and could not'economically put up a small buftofng. He admitted that there had been abuse ot the act, ancl thought that the banks be well advised Jf they would employ moder- ation in erectiag buildings through- out -Canada. >rr. Whlto said (hat tbe banking committee fell that the assessed ialufc was not a good "criterion o[ ihp real value of hanks' properties What was needed was return that would show ibe lair value of the premises of the and he accordingly moved an amendment prOvldlns; that the banks Eball moke an annual return to the minister in January QE each year of the fair market valufe of tbeir proper The clause to which the minister re- N'o. 79 of-tbevBaok Act, reads as follows: "The bank may-acquire and hold real and immovable property for Us actual use, and and the manage- ment of may sell or dis- pose of the sam-; and acquire olher for ihe same Rate of Infcjrest When clauES Si-was Teacbed, in re- gard to the raiBj of. Interest charged Major. Sb'arpe clause which had been adopted In the bank- ing committee; ailowfng the banks to charge any Interest they wished, pro vided it-was taken out when the loan was made, but afterwards could only recover 7-per cent, be struck aru that they revert lo the or iginal clauce. iht West llr. OiivcT -'pro'teated against the west being higher rates of Interest than the .tasl, 'and thoughi there should he a' mixlmuni rate o Infe.est, not necessarily 7 psr, cent. ahove which .the banks should charge. For over two hours in the evening the committee engaged in acrimon tous Some Crack and plain language was. used by weiten members m coEnecUou "with th clause. Dr. Clark, Rod Deer, declared tha It Is ridiculous for 'Parliament .to1 en act laws which It knew were not.obcy cd. The laiv ot the land, he declared alateil Ibat a banX could flol chftrgt more than 7 per cent., but iliey pro- ceeded to charge 10 and even IS should Ls. declarea, a penal ol fence to hreak this law. Tbe amend ment finally carried. The amendment forbidding rcana gers selling insurance was defeated. WILL GIVE THE NEW TARIFF HOSTILE RECEPTION IN SENATE Washington, Mar 21 -Tnat rtpub licao senators plan to insist "0 to i the VtidrcwoQil tanfi bill ulien i comes hc'ore the senate for discus siori hecamc. evident v Kenalor I'etitoie, lormcr chairman o the finiriCe cornmillee tha' tvery member of the minority wouli have ametidmtnts lo press. Senator I'cnrosr (old -the senate he knew of no concerted cfiorl to te made purposely to delav the-pas: of the bill, hut jjaid'ht! was that the minority ttould ofitr man; amendments to the icheduUs ofiercd by tne democrals Senator Smoo afsa lliat ih? inlroducttoti of amcndmta'.s uoulti f.cgfn as soo; os the hill cariit Irom (.ommilUi'S tlfa( many roll calls would At Mar.rfccf. if tliis plan fa pursued, tfc journey the bil through the be prolong CLARKE UDIES STORE PW453 Acadia Block 6 Days' Business to do in 5 And Prices Low Enough to Make Sure of the Mark Lethlmdgo Women have pust bargain events at tins store, that .when we advertise a bargain it means that all merchandise included represents the price we regularly charge, which is tho best "cash value" the advertised reductions represent exact- ly the amount off we promise to give. WITH THESE FACTS, THEN FRESH IN YOUR M IND, THIS LIST FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY'S SELLING SHOULD APPEAL TO VQU MOST STRONGLY FROM A STANDPOINT OF ECONOMY AND REMARKABLE BUYING OPPORTUNI fltb, AND YOU WILL NOTICE ON CAREFUL PERUSAL OF THE VARIOUS LINES INVOLVED, THAT THE OUTSTANDING FEATURES OF THIS WEEK- END EVENT ARE NOT ONLY THE SPLENDID R EDUCTIONS FROM ORIGINAL COSTS, BUT THEIR SEASONABLENESS AND SUITABILITY TO THE VERY NEEDS YOU CAN SPUPLY RIGHT NOW FOR THE HOLIDAY. BUYING FOR MONTHS TO COME AT THESE PRICES WOULD BE AN ACT OF GOOD ECONOMY Remarkable Thursday and Friday Sale of 1Q_ splendid quality Huck and Turkish Towels Qualities sold regularly up to unbeatable values at that. A collection or some fitly-odd doien, affording a big enough range to satisfy demands ot two fast days' wo anticipate aujoluta clearance of this particular lot by reason ot their ex- ceptionally low bargain prico and viould "strongly urge an early visit It you would get lour share. Pure Linen HucV.s, in large sire, with finished extra heavy Turkish Towels In whlta or brown and white and brown, and red'rtrlpes. All exceptionally ttro'ag and good to wear. Thursday and Friday .....1 Two Day Glove Sale 25c Of Particular Importance Valutt Worth up' to 50c. Fine Silk Lisles and Chamois-suedes, in a com- plete range oE all the wanted colors, such as tans, buffs, white and black, finished .two domes at wrist and fa--1 ".tched backs. Thursday Special 25c These Week Thursday Bargains 33c In Finest Silk Litle Hoia Viluti Worth up to We. Finest gtiuze llslcs as well as the teavler makes In fine lisle thrbail and lisle, Included In this block, white, tan and many noreHj" stsadss.' All mado oitb ipllcaa 'and toes and-doutle' Week-End 33c, IN NEWEST MILLINERY AND REAUY- TO-WEAR GARMENTS Are of particular Importance' to every woman supplying needs for this holiday (Jason as well for future use. are the very newest and most becoming to be obtained anyuherc and prices for thie two-day" event are lower than are us-ally offered for final clearance prlcti at the end of a season: Make nott of these Important savings; Thursday-Friday Sale of High Grade Suits Including all our most Attractive Styles anld Entire COO Cfi ,up to J47.50............. 93C.3U The most elaborate and very best styles reduced by leading Canadian de- signers and confined exclusively lo thia store for Included wltn- out any, reserve and placed on wle for the two full.days at tna lowest prices jot quoted on such high class and ex- clusive garments. Materials are fines! Imported Sergei, wonteds, whipcords and wool Btdfordt, In the best shades of navy, tan, as welt as cream and black. Remarkably cheap Ttiursoay and---------------- Week-End Coat Sale Offers Exceptional Saving! Worth up to 118.60 Every coat new'thia season, made of absolute- .ly pure wool materials, In light 01.1} medium colored tireeds, as as fine whlpcoro.'. In lans, navys, delf and seven- clghfh and full lengths, fn sljes lo 44. .Thurs. and Friday bargain Two Day Underskirt Sale Of High Grade Garment! up to tT.Ob At this price ara inoludca all our high grade Petticoats In Bilks, satins anil silk moreens, In the very best ma'ncs producer! In this country, shown in a full ranso of nil tha wanted shades of sky, cream, cardinal, mauve, groy, broari, nivvy and black. Special nt For the Two Days Only-Imported American Trimmed Hats On sale al most attractive price concessions whicli strongly um- pliasizc. the advisability of supplying your holiday this store 54.75- -S6.9Q- Worth up to befomlng and artistically trimmed An- erlcan modeU, many are as smart and stylliU as can bo, mostly small and medium shapca. Oil- Worth up to A good Diany Iiicli.'icd In (his lot which rmi nol atcn bsfore of tbo Inmoia "FJek" and other Icadlns smart ana slyllsh Very Serviceable 'All-Over Kitchen Aprons 55c At litt than of mMeriai including oui- 75c, 90c and ;