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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TXTinwmoiE DAILY ARE ALWAYS a WE SELL IT FOR LESS Will'Create a Great iStir at? Rolands, the Store Where for Less" E VERY DAY' sonier-customer remaiks great slogan you peo- ple have we generally' repjy, That's Our Policy, Sell- ing for a Big Business with Small rrofits we are after just now. 'In years' to Game, Lsuppose-wejwill be asking big prices like the rest of them. Fancy Organdie Mm-i o if tins; worth up to 65c, 2 Not one or two pieces, but over 300 yards are. offered at this rid- iculoui price ThcYc s a dozen and one different uspe foi these bt w i fill-flowered and patterned sacques, etc. earlier, you are here, the better the from 20 cents up. to fit? cents. the window display Another LotofMuslins Reduced FromJSc, at 3Ct. Long Silk Gloves; Sale at One-Half the Price 3UC This is another lot which uill lasj. about; a small ef patterns on light grounds materials! _woitUi up to 20c ire Included Don't expect to drop in Saturday eve'tifng-'ftrid. get i bargain of this nature, you'11-oe diiappojatod. 25c French Lisle Worth up "to 40c; at Evervlcoio'r 'that's' worth while' catr be -found in! thjs dozen lot of Liale, on' every' pair" of glovej wortli at least'iinc :ind iuahy. .50c lines are 2'; fas toners at .wrist, 36-Inch Pure Irish en for Dresses; on sale V ciistomer told ih> the other If more people jou hid lot'elyidreas Imeus thej wo6Id soon j.11 be s.old Pure Inslj linen suiting, HG inches wide, in natural, shy, reseda, green; many oilier -fashionable sliadea. Sheet Victoria Lawns; 15c and 18c Quality 5 full pieces ol eUra line A iciori f i gopd value at 15 and IS cents; just a special lot for a leader in the staple departments. No more than 10 yards to. a customer. Women of City Concede Us First Place in Corset Business Grasp an opportunity like will only present itself-but an'-odd lot and clearing Haes ih: Silk Gloves, easily worth a doIIaV a' pair; colors, 'black.' tan, brown 'and Uardiiml; all sixes. Extra Fine Swiss Rib Combinations; on sale Nothing like tbem( for a, dollar, anywhere in the city; .a 5 dozen' iot, bought Qioiiihs ago :at a great saving, extra fine Swiss rib, trim- med crochet lace. 'Sizes 32, 34, 36 only More of fhose English Pillow on sale at 75 c p IOC Alice Sets Whj I didn t know cpqld get Warner g Rust Proof carders in the CHJ I aluajs send iwaj for mine a the othei d tj we Warner's Rust-Proof. Corsets and also Xemo's for stout people WARNER'S CORSETS, .Rust-Proof; every-pair fully guaranteed 75 T NEMO CORSETS for stout people' the stroqgect C4 gorwt made, sizes from 26 tc30 extra value BIAS FII LED CORSETS, a special line worth reduced for a few days i Tho fa1" of jiitlow. cases cleaned Vis completely 'out we were' lucky in securing another SO dozen before in cotton materials; 42 .inch pillow uases. actually 'worth 25clo30c. Children' Fancy Straw Play Hats; Reduced toT f-DC .riu sun qimmed lettered tbis le leaf t; inakea' a -serviceable and1 hiany a'bargain can be'picked 'out of i colldrtioii of 4 up to (0 cents c English Wigan Sheet- ing, 68-in. Wide; Spec. Good slroiia sheeting tliat uill 1 umdn weir nd tear for 4 an exceptional lalne in plain" bleached sheeting of jom inspection T Buy Boys'Suits on Friday or Saturday and Save 20 pr. ct Onlj suits of the better gride tind then into oni leue the cheap shoddv trade for the othei fellow For Piida> and Sitmd n tan bm the best suits in the citj ut 20 per cent off BOY'S BUSTER .SUITS ?n light fancy Tweeds and English Worsteds on'sale BOYf 2 Piece TWEED and WORSTED SUITS ft Norfolk Style Coat Bloomer Pant's tor 94.OU BOY'S 2-Pieoe fancy .WORSTED SUITS, American style fuli'bloonjer paftrt, DB coat for LETHBRIDGE REAL V ESTATE tASE TRIED Interesting real estate ease 'wa's Irii'U bat'ovc (lie Air. Justice IJeeli-, at Mnclcori thf.s week, in which Lcthltrhlgu and Stirling parties were concerned. Gruni and Hull, real es :ato men, of North .Dakota, were su- life U tiieen ol bill Urn, to com j the MR Ifit, ULI foi mim o ol aj, ectupnt Ucoidlng to the statement or claim the real estate men claimed to be associated with Green 'in the ol t btition ol laud am! to rtrfNe ilu. ilRlit to hell It lliu, it bold to Mi TjRtlupp ol Uth. lnldyo Mid Giuw tetusul to (sautinst jaiul i wan ilol sdlci foi uiluo Ihe on intupict ition _ estate bjluj, moie oj Jobb technical and Incite Htok, ILSU ted de dsioii, so us to look un the anthoi-tt leg und the citations made CATHOLIC MEN FORM: AN ASSOCIATION A branch of the. Alberta Catholic .ssociation Mas hat nigbt at a meeting held" in 'Patrick's Church, which attended by P. Smythe. ot" Edmonton, who addressed hose present briefly on the aims and objects of-the no assocla- ion. The following elected; lamely: L, M. Jobustone; -T. L. .Truynor, secre- ary, Edward treasurer. D. IcCormick; trustees. Messrs. Fred venny-, J.-H. iMacdonell and Charles Banning The local branch promises' to be a p campaign uill be launch which "'a'meet- 'ge and successful one. A' me: very shoi Ing will be culled, and the work of the" association out. The'''objects, of the association are semi-political, the aim being to act unitpdly In muni- cipalMproUncnl and affans when it is deemed nec-essary to to'sdcmo what Is foi The Al 'herta itssoctatton is along'lines sim- ilar league recently formed'In Manitoba, following In reference .to the separate schools privileges ;iu Keowatln in connection boundary extensions mereiwa a wholesome d a th t y you 11' oftener than orffce a (iay.l V t- I lOc A. W. SMITH'S.'NEW JOB Winnipeg; May- Andrew -Wilson temith been clerk in Cham an'd 'accountant on the King'i Bench for many years, has heen ap- pointed to tne.'. pMitlbn aftsecretarr ft tho Public- GommiMlon ifor tho of Manitoba Mr nill assume hts new dutiei it Gilts Hut Last -To get forkt, knirn, Ipom and fancy piacaa of quality and. beauty ut for This brand ia known 11 "Silver that Vfm" nnst service ntd the htnvitst silver plate. Known ,for CQ yean.', Srt4 by DMMCT.I COLONIES AND BRITISH NAVY tELEQJRAPH DISCUSSES TR'OM STANDPOINT OF IMPERIAL EXIGCNCIES London, May Dally Tele1 graph reached by the Imperial Defence committee three years ago fbr a British .fleet In the Pacific v, ill not carried out The reasons are; 'Firstly, the renewal of alliance, which secures British interests In the Far East and (OB.Pacific, the unex- pected pressure of European naval-re- milbtbties. 'j Telcgjiph n the GdW'ni .....buiutimdf inent, and it mual be atlmitted that, white these ships 'may'be Tesftydtrd uildvlj) the Comaonucaltli, thoy no. Jmmedi.ate -warlike pur-' jibse'in 'the Pacific, where the British ,na.yy is T'iesP. vessels ar.c being built cpst of the: Auslra- Jiuns. The nuestion arises. tbe'rc'forev whether the Commonwealth will fot of il, patriot Dominion of ind permit her battle cruisers at least to serve In Europea'n waters with the Royal navy, .thus re- verting to the original spontaneous offer of 3909, .or whether the Ana tralians will the letter of the bond, although conditions have chang- ed. "The continues the Tele- graph, "Is complicated by the fact that owing to tlic necessary expan' sion of the British squadrons and t lie fleet in" the Korth Sea and tne Admiralty may Ip sliiiarji crews foi1 these from aid of the IJ-rltlKh n'aval certainly an i overseas battle cruiser, ren'ilrlnfi nearly uiic officers and meiu could ;not be- H'he British fleet is already suffering from a-seri- ous shortage This overseas development be- comesione of peculiar.interest and. im- as..reported, Canada la prepared to build cruisers as- a- contribution tho .metropolitan flecU c( the rmplpei, The cruiser .Melbourne, was launched the Caramel :Laird--yard at Birkonhead. STREET CAR STRIKE. IN LISBON Lisbon, Portugal, Hay .the street car employees in this city struck today. The men-.are demanding, re- instatement of seyeral workmen ..who had heon: discharged.. ..The icrvlce. Is paralyzed. PHONE i. Mar tin's. 'Baggage. -Transfer MAGRATH LIBERALS WIN A BIG VICTORY As .1 result o-f the election cases at Magrath.hbe majority' of ilartin Woolf in Cardston is increased four, votes, and now hovers around the mark. When the.court adjourned Jor lunch the lawyers got together and reached a compromise by which' four of the eight'- contested .-votes were allowed and fourdisillofled This, reduces tbe lead of Mr. the Magrath poll was also decided that? President Bridge, 'oL' the j Censer vat I vet aissocia: not -a -citizen of Gauadaj-and conseciuently- had MIQ riglit tq vote The .011 these points, obviated the; necessity ot.tak- ing remaining cases ind tbe court acted iicconlmgU The LIberiK no gieath it the tarn of events and say tli'jlt at least fifty such votes foi Parrisli; throughout "the riding; TO ERECT A WAREHOUSE iTROTZ'-4. CO., BUY-.A SITE AND WILL ESTABLISH A BU5- INESS MEHE Tbe section of Lethbndge s still attrictmg the; itteniiou of Eastern business houses; C Roy Strotz and .Winui purchised a, uaicel of land tn Block 12 oii'Second-uvaiiue., The pur- chasers contemplate, erecting a large our or five storey warehouse, which vill be accommotiated with a rack, which has been guaranteed, by he city. Upon enquiry (h'e i-erald, the nature of the busine; s vb'Ich 'will be transacted in this new niilding could Tliis nil be given out, lateiv-however. The pnte pud for the Unfl ju t pui hased 'by Strotz and Company is in he five figures, and t is expacted that the ommence building operations within lie next month or so. WON'T DIVIDE THEIR INTERESTS ACQUITTED 30 Farlev. Karris, formerly a 'wellrj known Lethbridge Jawyer, w is .this morning acquitted- by the Jiny ot fiaiwiulentlv coin ci belonging L Davies.: to his own> use, discharged bj Ah Justice -Walsh. HAD TRAINED THE SNAILS TO RACE WHY FRENCH POSTAL CLERKS WERE NEGLECTING .ANSWER- ING- CORRESPONDENCE, Pa.s.l IIL I rent h Lcpnth nontjcd tlui the j-lcrki> in LHiiu Pins v in olfjcial cnmmumcd. POSSIBILITIES OF BARLEY GROWING C SAYS THAT A IIG MALTING INDUSTRY IS SURE TO .COME That barley 'growing will soon be- come .one important.-Jn and .that arge malting establishments will ;pring up in this part of the countn as a result in the Increased barley pioduction is the expressed to the Heiafd this morning fc> C C Stover, surer-' iof.1. the Iowa Farming at Stirling, who is in the uti tod.ii from bis headquart eis at More interest, is bemj, uiftiiifested in b growing year he says and it a maiket "fteie trdated the fdrmeis would find it more "profitable tlian wlieat growing. As it is now, many .thousands of bushels of aie being shipped to the Minneapolis inirket the shipper the ami still making a profit Shippers would jeceive a pre- mium fot then bailey over that p del foi Ameiican gioun it not foi tlie fict thiu Vlberta grovui bnilej tequir-es a feu mdre davs in sprouting while ni tbe feimenting process. It is, tbeVefore, not advisable for the nialtinf conceru's in' the'States to use the Canadian procluct unless U-is.1 shipped.- to'tlieui iu-the-traiuload, could made This, is not done non ind tbe conserjtience is 'that although the malt- ing companies, would like, io get' the Canadian bailej ihev do not get en ougb of li to then using it allogethei J rTbe Mtming- Co has 2000 is much pleased the out look for t.his also interest- ed fn tbe opeiations of the Co Open tuc south Of I eib bnige aucl si ites tint he will tigate to ste tbej cm ahip (ben wheat to Minneapolis m bond it ground thpie 'find ship the flour to J nerpool without puing tin, existing clutx on wheat entaiing tbe -States, fiom Cm id i If tbev cin foi low this tuiifse will do so is thej IbinJc thej could create in en lable name for Albei 1 1 v, beat bi so a" KI question of caltle in Albeita ht, tyul he belies the cliie.s of tlmt tt0uid jiu'mjnmratriou see ire making in tlut the f-lcrki, in a Jexthiane gnln ng a.i.i thai when do be giown in Urge (juantitieb and ed right trom the stiaw ]n means of belf feedeis in the same maniiPi as coin ia fed to be'ef in some of the corn States U is i move mixed farming he said and tint is to be the tion of this ons and of rnspectum He ordered the clerks to -open -their tcsks -tint! ihev- teluqtanth complied a qu uiliU uf Mgorous snails, Inch tiled LI lei} in all avjth sutpLisiutr speed In elicited Uu. fict the cleiKb havi the snails to-iatc tich oticf 1 1 hca report of the com- mittee of be inquiu ends 'Steps curtail {lie la- Loiidon, Jlay Thomas haiighnessy, asked whether there as.any truth in-.the reports-that the anadirin Pacific r.ulwaj coi1 mplatiiig-the segregation of certain isses of Its assets denied thai, there as any intention of promoting a sep rate company to control C. P. olding's. Sir Thomas told the inter ._________________ ewerthitihete "llib was Frost .-daughter of Biigadtof Gerieral Danial Fi oat U S whokn he married in St. Louis, 1S75. SHELBY WANTS. A: NEW SCHOOL Wa> 29 U tlict No bond the -it to 7 to '0 000 for purpose of building" i new school house in X" HALIFAX DEAD Halifax Sputt art of Upper pnf of the Halifax i old Jiut IH Is Luneniierg ,rfjl ndtmeichants in He was of ;his MP foi The most delightful breakfast food. Now Being Demonstrated at r The Bentley Co., Ltd. 11 ;