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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 Tire EISTHBRIDGE DAILY Wednesday, May 2fl, 1912 Remarkable tions in Newest Coats Including all lines worth Serges and Panamas in navy, urn, Copenhagen and blncU, together with Cine tweeds fn ligiit and med-" ium colors. All made of pure wool materials, and elaborately trimmed with braid, strappings, buttons, etc. ALL OTHER LINES OF COATS REDUCED PRO- PORTIONATELY SIS.B CLARKE'S of Par- ticular Interest Including values worth up to All the light. I .woods, arid wor- steds, worth' up to arc in- cluded, evory one new this season, ,inado-of alvjohitely piin> wool ma- terials, coats silk, lined, skirts cut In newest moderately narrow styles beautifully trimmed In various ways and including sizes from six- teen to forty. ALL OTHER LINES OF SUITS REDUCED PROPORTIONATELY tin in iplD.uu A ROUSING THREE-DAY BARGAIN SALE the three hill days at the lowest possible figure to sweeping clearance from the sjmiiu importance attached to Msit to this store 011 Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It's a sale in which every customer will benefit financially to the extent of at least one-third the regular value ol em-j item leatnred. Three The finest: collection of XIMV Wnsh Dresses ever .shown a Sale Including 35c and 40c values 25c Cottons, Lisles and Silk plain colors "of black, tan, sky others with lace ankle; and others again with natural wool sole. Really extraordinary values are represented in this lot and it is advisable to buy for future as well as present use. Chambrays, Ginghams, .Muslins, Cotton Foulards, Indian Heads.-etc, in a variety of some tiO-odcl styles, suitable for morning or street wear; lovely fitting garments, neatly trimmed in various ways; many others as smart and dressy as you could hope to Sizes include everything required for small, medium and large women, Clearing- out the ai Bio In- cluding all Hats worth up to Si250 Imported American models of the famous Fisk make, together with handsome creations, trimmed In our own workroom. A score or more all told to select from; suitable for street hats or dressv after noon wear, -and al! priced, regardless of cost and value for a final, and decisive clearance. All Other Hats at Similar Reductions TWO EXTRA SPECIAL RIBBON VALUES At the Three Day Sale SPECIAL NO. Three jantl one-half inch ribbon! of splendid qualify taffeta, shown in a 'complete range of newest" colors. j "Long Lisle.Gloves..................50 cents Black, white.tan and grey in regular 65 cent values. Curtain .Scrimand Madras......... 25'cents Phin white and champagne as well as cream grounds with daintj flor a! designs; worth up to -10 cents. SPECIAL XO. Five-men ribboa, mnall> .sold at 25c per yard; excellent quality and including every wanted color. Dainty Lawn Waists.___. >jii.25 Mad_e with elaborate trimmings; set-in sleeve, all sizes, worth .up to Three-Day Silk Sale .75 cents A special worth Perfect-fKting models suited to the great majority oC medium figures; made of splendid duality, white coutll, finished with two pair "of velvet grip elastic hose support era, front and sides. We have 'lower priced lines, and sent greater value for the inonov purchase 95c 11I1U HEAPS OF PUBLICITY Daniel Morgan, Spokane aboutDry I'arni- ing; Congress "Spokane is not going to hit belou the belt, but we are coming afte some of these.big prizes at tlio Con gress In ilie fall, and there will hav to lie some exceedingly fine exhibits to beat us out in the win column.' It has been before that the Spokane Chamber of Commerce was coming to Lethbridge to attend the Congress in October, but It remained to Hon. Daniel Morgan, vice-presi- dent of the Congress In the Inland Empire, and member of the Spokane Chamber of Commerce, to bring the ironl.lD person. The Spokane'organ- ization ii greatly interested in Hie Congress, which is to 'be held In'Ca- nada this fall for the first time, and they intend tn -repay with interest the visit of the Lelhbrid.ee Board of Trade to the Congress at Spokane in 1910. Another reason why the Spokan soft variety, "and it is becoming more and more necessary to import hard wheat from Canada, as the hard wheat growing industry in the United States is growing less and less every year. Immense quantities of Alberta oats- could be used In the Pacific States, where they are, now selling at per hundredweight. Although Mr. Morgan is a banker, ue is also a farmer, says he is here ag a, farmer. One thing he ad- vocates for Alberta is mixed -farming. Hundreds of thousands of dollars' MEET AT CALGARY TO CONSIDER PANAMA ROUTE TVcstcra to Alive c of Business That the opening of the Panama canal will play a part of supreme inv lortance in the development of West- ern Canada, not only -as regards the cities of the coast, but also in the f tit- ire of. the whole priarie section, is opinion of HonJTJaniel -Morgan, vho is in the city today at the invita- worth of pork and mutton ure ship- lion of the Board of Control of the led 3'early inJo the Inland Enipire. That is one of the" things they are .rying to overcome. Alherta finds it- s-elf in. the same boat'in this regard, nil the hoards 'of. trade should take some means to change such a state f affairs. Mixed fanning tends to eliminate waste, and tile elimination if waste means thousands of dollars o the country every year. Mr. Morgan. laid iempliasis on one hihg in uaTilcnlar; which will result Dry-Farming Congress. Hon. Mr. Morgan is one of the .vice-presidents in the Inland .Empire, and will, ad- dress the workers at the informal din- ner'to be held this evening in the St. Augustin's hall. To the Herald this morning.Mr. Mor gan said that the opening Of the Pan- ama canal would build up on the Pac- ific- coast a" city "which will rival New York. It will be the clearing house of the great American West; It will T publicity the Chamber of Commerce is much infer-1 get the farmers of Western Canada ested In things Canadian, may iha they have a former Canadian memtiei of Parliament as their president. .Mr R. Iniinger Is the head of the trade organization in Uie coast I one of the good citizens Canada lias Ipet.' Yesterday before Air. Morpan left Spokane, Mr. insinger opened the magnificent neiv Chamber of t'nm- merce building, wliicii was built there during the winter. Speaking of the benefit which Western Canada and tc Lethbrldge from the holding of the Dry-Farming Congress session here this fall, .Mr. Morgan said the eyes of the whole world, -from an agricultural standpoint, are turned on tho home of the congress, ami that this part of the world is.gelting more publicity of a desirable nature than it his ever got. in any time previous. Mr. Morgan owns a large tract of land in Alberta, and Is therefore not averse to boosting a little in Cana- da's favor. Speaking of Uie tnitlc re- lations which might esisl between Al- berta and Ihe Inland Empire, of which Spokane is the metropolis, he said that Alberta has an almost unlimited market there for its hard wheat, its oau. li.iy. lumber and coal. Although t.hr fnintid KmpSre.las; year produced sometvheTR in Ihe neighborhood of 7fiT- bushels of wheat, It is of the ram' holding the Congress here this th-e clearing, house thejmmigra- ear. Besides the immense amount tion of the vorwt and Western Can- city and district will .Uia. Ou account of its large tracts of public lands still open to settlement will draw a very large proportion of the immigrants who land.aMhls city which is to be. Mr. Morgan just mentioned this mat ter in a general way, 'while comment- have arranged to hold-this con- vention ut a a strong repre- sentation of British manufacturers will he in Calgary on a visit, and it Is our intention to invite them to- this convention. "This invitation is being extended to every Board of Trade and Indus- trial Bureau as far East, and includ- ing Moose Jaw, and all west of that point to the Pacific Coast, believing that all within that sphere will be in- terested and affected by-this extensive development.' "Please advise me, at your earliest FARMERS WANT COLD STORAGE WOULD CERTAINLY ENCOURAGE MIXED FARMING IN THE r m While a representative bf the Her aid, was in Wfcrner a few.days ago, a prominent farmer of that district ask- ed: "Why do not the people of Leth- db something, which will lead to the establishment of a cold stor- agee plant in Lthhridgee? This whole soulh country would he one immense garden of small -fruits -ind it 'would raise thousands of dollars 'worth of poultry every year, and butter making would becom-e l the coij mined m C inadi Is, wlthm iVidiUsV laO miles of convenience, names of your delegates, most important industry, If there will in future pay more attention to tire educational phase trf farming. That had been fount! to he the case in the Inland Empire'after- the Con- gress hail been held there, ,and that district had benefHted by millions of j ing On th-e future of Western Canada, 'dollars as a direct result of this on-e Uut it Is a matter .which Is of even feature of the Congress. The vital importance lo Western Ca- era before had pairi little alien- nada than he believes it to be. Just tion to the scientific side of agrlciil- how important it Is may be Hire ;ire now studying methods, and scon from the following letter which Uie results are becoming noticeable every year. The Chambers of Com- merce ure helping in this campaign for better farming, and finil energy expended in this direction pays, for the better the farming the greater the prosperity (n Ihe cities. This is the first trlj> Hon. Sir. Mor- gan has made to l.othbridgc. He said knew the city had grown wonder- 'ully in the past -five years, but .tho has bran received by the local Board of Trade from the Calgary Hoard of Trade. Tho letter is self-explanatory: Western Canal "A convention will held in Cal- gary on Junfi L'S' and 1'9, tb'fuljy dis- cuss (bis subject. "You arc requested fo call together your Hoard, and appoint representa- tives to act on your behalf., .The siitj- jpct is one of supreme .importance to evklences of innnlcIiiM growth evident] nil cities to whom this invitation le on every hand almost extended, llml your Board Uitbbridge is the ccntro of a most will grasp this opportunity and send representatives to-suoli an.Important KatherlnK. as- this will undoubtedly ertfle district: in Western Canada, ti his opinion, and nothing can stop ts progress. Every Housekeeper is Interested In knowing how to make good bread. of :hc .vccroia is usins good yuact. Wlihfi Kwnri .Yeasf pnck- uf li cnkea. Sample sent on-'re- and greatly oblige." The Board of Trade will take the matter up at the next meeting of.its executive, and delegates will be ap- lolnted to attend the convention, vhich jjromis-es to be one of the most mportant affairs of the. kind ever icld in this part of the world; An iclion taken at will b carried to the Federal governmen every precaution taken to set hat Western Canada receives it Ights in the matter. Lethbridge is particularly Interest ed, owing to uie possibility of the fill ure movement of the grain praririe secticns being through to'th anil clearing house of millions p bushels of bur grain. To stir tip interest in the Panama canal question, the Board bf Trade will endeavor to have Geo. son, C.E., is now. visiting in the district, -deliver a lecture on the Pan am a and its possibilities. "Mr.' Ander son spent the winter in the-Panama canal zone, and is thoroughly yiarsant with all the International surrounding the ope'nlng of the canal. He has with him n larg number of fine pictures of the canal and its operations, and the public will have the whole question brought, very home by hearing Mr, Anderson. Tire question Is a live one, and' ev- ery organisation In the city Is inter- ested. quest. "The Western cities pf .the United Kiaies arc, and have been for aomo time, fully alive to 'the possibilities of .this Can must act without sho Swan -Vpfccm Cor-1 would tnke. hor part In. speaking of Limited. Toronto. lior rcijulrcufi ETHBR1DOE GENEROUS TO THE SALVATION ARMY Knslgn Andrew and Captain Pease, tlio officers In charge, of the Salvation Army local corps, desire, on behalf of Ihe conis to thank tlio public for the hearty and generoua way. In which Ihey. came to their assistance with the Annual''Rolf-Denial The anm of was for (his special ef- fort to assist Ihe Army- work al homo and abroad. any means of storing all this produce properly until marketed. That would require a. cold storage plant, and Lethbridge would be the Ideal location of such; an enterprise. Then proba .bly, instead of importing thousands of dollars worth of these commodities every year, Letribri-dge and district could export them, and become just sc much more'pro'sperous than now- Several diiring .the past fei weeks, the Herald has advocated the taking of steps which would result Ii the establishment of a cold storage plant here. it begins to look as though these hopes might he realized There is in the city today a gentleman who is closely identified with the cold storage industry in Western Canada and if his efforts, together with the support of the Board of Trade, are car rlert out, Letlib'rldge will have :i re- frigerator plant this year. The gentleman is R. Cowan, o-i Stanley Hrock, L.U1., Winnipeg, agents for the Kent Co., Ltd., refrigerator manufacturers and refrigerator: engin- eers. Mr..Cowan.wns in tho cltv about ten days ago, when he broached the matter: loathe Board of Trade, and also saw Jlayor Hatch, 'with a .view to buying the woollen mill'building for of n plant. It was mpossible to buy the building, owing o. the arrangements which have been niade to.use it. for city purposes, but Mr. Brock will today submit n propo- If certain concessions ire granted by the city In the mat- er of water and power rates, a com- )any, composed mostly of local espi- al, will be formed which will cslab- sh a cold storage1 plant here. Mr. Cowan sees great possibility? i the hellevcs the ljusi- men of I.ethbVldge will not bo low. ill grasping them. In the first place, Southern Alberta 'particularly adapted to truck gar- dcnlng or every kind, while butter and eggs would soon become two of the mobt propel enconrigen eni then ilong these lines of Indnstn Just is important is this is tiie fact that Southern Alherta has i maiket light at Its doors One In! ol the mined .That distuct will pro a market the louud for pro duce which 'would' he 'handled through a cold and being close to Lethlmdge, would ensure easj transportation..to the market. llr. Brock.'will 'remaiil in. the city for ii few days endeavoring to bring ;he project Into definite form, and from the support which .has been pro- mised it by; local merchants, there seems to belittle doubt, but that the industry will rbo finally located here. SamiiBl Shone, Blairmoro, and Fred Allott, Prank, have been appointed a board of examiners for fire bosses. ELECTED COLORED BISHOP -Minneapolis, May 'a vote of. n" iS moic than.necesslrj' Ihe gen eial (.onfcrence of ifie "Methodist chiirch elected 1'. Thirkield, presi- dent of Howard university, a negro! Institution at Washington, D. C., ths eighth and last of the m w bishops or general superintendents. In addition' the conference elected J. W. Robinson formerly of Marian, Inwa. but for 201 years a missionary in India, a ary bishop of southern A-sia. WELL GIRLS CAN YOU LIVE UP TO Toronto, May Cody- of Toronto in the course of an address a.t the .May Day exercise's .at Ontario lege, Whitby, described the kind of ;irl he would support for-May Queen, le said she should have a clear head, i clean heart, a lature, a masterly possession of good manners, a sense of a pa- triotic spirit. The kind that are above make a man feel his own him ease, ipint, confidence. They impress others. The man of moderate means finds in them true economy. The rich man can wear no bet' We can fit you from clock. We alio make to order. UnfudMble Blue Serge Surl.t m" RIDPATH CASH TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS Avo, South, Hull Hock, Lethbrldgi ;