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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta lHie8day, Novemhct* 12, 1012 �)|ri>.!iki THE MITHBRIDOE DAILY BEBAU> How to Gloves Right Guaranteed by the Maken ^HE wear of a glove depends upon how it is made, the kind of leather in it, and how the leather is tanned. One pair of gloVes may last three months, another six monthi; another only a month. You never can tell unless you know something about leather and tannage; or unless you have a dependable Guide Post to go by. The best and salast Guide Post in buying Work-Oloves, is to look for the H.B.K. Trade Mark stamped on the pulm. This Trade Mark la a GUARANTEE of satisfactory service. Every pair bf H.B.K. gloves is built as well aa a glove can possibly be built. Tha leather is apecially tanned by the H.B.K. process to make it extra thick and tough. This process IMUBLES the life of the leather, and gives you TWICE the wear of ordinary gloves. SATISFACTION OR A NEW PAIR FREE EVERY pair of H.B.K. Work-Gloves is absolutely guaran. teed to give the wearer perfect satisfaction. If not, tb� dealer ia authorised to give you a' new pair FREE. � , It is your interest to aak for, and Insist on getting the H.B.K. Brand GUARANTEED Gloves. See that the Diamond Trade Mark is plainly stamped on the palm of the glove. This la your best protection In glove buying. The Hudson Bay Knitting Company Canada's Expert Glove Makers MONTREAL 302 ASKIIGISIAM TO PRnilBIT P Agitation in South Country has not Ceased-The Magrath Mayoralty gain the assistance o' this Impottant body. If a tcaolution, favorinR the soutli in this matter, can be passed ho thinlcs it will go a long way in determining the attitude of the rov-crnmeiit. DEPONN FOR JAIl IM o Kline Will not Benefit by Lack of Extradition Law About the end of November Harry Kline, alias .Taclc Blaclt, alias Cowan, �vvlll be released from the provincial jail here >vliere lie has been serving a three months' Beutenco on the charge of pocket pickiug during the exhibition in August. Kline, who comes from San Francisco 'where ho Is better known under the name of Jaclc Black, is wanted in San Francisco to serve out the remain der of a 25-year gentenoe on a charge of assault to commit i-obbery. Ho win also have to face a charge of jail brealclug, If they ever get him ' back. But the San Francisco ofllc-lals are worrying about getting him hack. The San Francisco Bulletin of Nov. E contniUB the following article auent this noted criminal: Jack Black, under sentence of 25 years In San Quentin for assault to commit robbery, who escaped from the San Francisco county jail on .Ian. 4, this year, held under arrest in Lethbridge, Canada, cannot be l)rcught back to California, according to a decision telegraphed to tho oIHoe of the governor late yesterday from the Department ot State and Justice In Washington. Black is wanted iti Cniltornla lor having broken jail and also to serve out his time in tho state prison, but these offences are not mentioned in the treaty with Canada as ostradict-ablo, and Black will remain fr�ie. Jail-Breaking Not Included Michasl Burke applied at the olllce of the governor last week for extra-, ditiou papers for Black. In cases where prisoners are held In foreign countries, extradition is demanded by the Department of Stoitc at Wasli-ington upon application from the governor ot a state. This procedure was followed by the California authorities ami yesterday afternoon the answer camo back to the effect that Black cannot be extradited becauso jall-breaking is not mcntlonipd in the o! fenses in the treaty between this country and the Dominion of Canada. Black broke Jail in San IVanclsco by sawing his way out. Ha had confederates on the outside, ilnd succeeded In getting away and going as far as Alberta, Canada, when he was recently arrested. Anxious to Get Him The San Franciaoo authorities are anxious to have him returned because he had escaped ptiniahment for eight years while flghting hls^ case through the courts. Ho was arrested In 1904 on a charge ot assault to commit cobbery and sentenced to a term in thei San Quentin state prison. I^or eight years he fought being sent to the penitentiary and succeeded in staving off commitment. When he had reached the end ot his legal light be broke jail and escaped. Now he is free again, the treaty of the United States and Canada not covering his caseS' ... There are two ways, however, of getting a man back across the line, and if extradltlou will not work, deportation will. According to the Im-migration. Act, any undesirable, may be deported within two years after coming to Canada. Black or Kii-ne, only broke jail on January 4th last, and therefore comes within the law, and the fact that he Is doing a jai term satisfies the immigration auth orities that he is an undesirable. He can therefore bo deported without any trouble, and iu the meantime th-e ofllclals here are communicating with the San Francisco authorities making arrangements for his arrest as soon as he crosses tho line. If those arrangements cannot be made before the expiry of Kline's sentence, the authorities have the right to hold him in jail far two months awaiting deportation proceedings, and within that time all details will be arranged, so that It is safe to assume that Black will once piore spend Christmas in San Quentin. THIRTY DAYS FOR STEALING A VALISE PETTY CASES IN POLICE COURT INCORRIGIBLE BOYS FOIL-IN ESCAPADE li'or stealing a grip from a man with an unpronounceable name'at the Cosmopolitan hotel, .las. Watson was yesterday given thirty days hard labor by Magistrate Bentloy in the police court. Tho evUUaice against the accused WHS very strong, while his story did not stand the test. Thos. Henry Wilson, enemy of work in any form, went down for thirty Magrath, Nov. 11,-Now that the threshing is almcst finishcri nuiMicipal politics arc beginning to agitate the minds of the people. A strange thing about the situation this fall is in the fact that one-half of the ratepayers arc eligible to vote under the new legislative enactment, providing for a property ownership of two hundred dollars or over. This is causing no little dissatisfaction among the citizens, many of them describing the action as being .in open disfranchisement. Hut the municipal authorities arc only following the law as prescribed in the now municipal ordinance passed at the last session of the provincial legislature. There is also a dearth of municipal possibilities, and like many more ot the towns of the province Magrath will probably have some dilTiculty in filling up the vacancies with levelheaded, brainy business men. The couhoil for 1913 certainly ought to be a strong one to cope with the many mementous problems lacing the municipal body. Mayor Rirlc will probably not le in the fieUJ for re-election. While he has riot definitely stated this there are indications whicli go to prove that he will not go bcSore the electors again. Mayor Uirie's regime has been a very creditable one, and the finances of the town have been expended economically and judiciously. The administration has been marked by solid growth and Mr. Riric has no nebd to be ashamed of the record which he has made in the chief magistrate's chair. Thus far there are no names seriously nrsntioned as likely candidates for mayoralty honors, hut Councillor J. A. Rasmussen has been casually hinted as a possible man. Councillor Rasmussen goes out of?the council this fall, and to a Her-aiti representative stated emphatically that he was out of municipal affairs (or good. At the last election Mr. Rasmussen headed the polls, and should he be prevailed upon to jicccpt a nomination no'doubt he would register a healthy vote the second time. Councillor Uead is out to stay also, also Cmi^icillor Heather.shaw. There arc few possibilities mentioned to fill the vacancies caused by the retirement ( these two ,,vcn' capable aldermen. B. L. .Tenseir, manager' of .Icnsen Brothers' company, has been tallied of, as is also O. A. Woolley, who previously has'occupied a position on the first council and afterwards the mayoralty chair." C, M, Loucks, who has been ill for several days, is able to be at hi.s work again at the press and editorial chair of the Pioneer. Mr. Loucks has experienced some dilTiculty with his eyes of late and has been at last forced to wear glasses. There is no question in the niiniis of the public that the people of the south do not want pool halls. This has been plainly demonstrated by the repeated attempts to block all', schemes looking to the establishment of these places of business in these particular towns. I'robahly if a vote were taken on the question , ninety per cent, ot the population of Cards-ton, Macrath, Raymond and Stirling, say nothing o! the smaller settlements, would vote to keep out pool halls. It seems to be an innate principle with tl'.pse people that pool! halls are a serious evil. It is a fact that the_ autliii! itii's of the "Mormon" church liavo placed tho olllclal stamp ot disapproval on it and declared it to ho an evil that cannot he in any way coirntenanced by the church. This, im doubt, enters into tile question wiiii the Latter, Day Saint faction. Itiil there are many uou-.AIonnons v.Ihi are side by side with their townsmen in dislavoring these halls. l!:vpry means lias been taken to keep out these things, but the courts have (inally dcclurod against the to\ui of Magrath. And now, as far as the .judiciary is cnn-wrned, the pool luil! problem in the south is prnhahly liiially scUled. But there i-s another resort. This idea originated aV Magrath, and it has attracted a (neat deal ot attention. It has many stalwart advo- SNOW STOPPED THE THRESHING MKN POUB INTO THE CITY, AND START ON RETURN JOURNEY EAST Wh#n yi wear this cap E A s T E f-e r-J MAND_CAPS luau The snow which tell on Saturday night was the first of any cbnse-quenco this year in this section of the west, and has.iiut a stop to threshing operations for the time being. The men who have boon employed on threshing gangs for the past three months, are flocking Into tho city today, and are leaving for their homes in the east and across tho line. Threshing,, according to the general repott, is almost completed in some sections, but on the' whole tberb is still about 25 per cent, of the crop to thresh. Operations will be delayed for at least a week as the snow which fell was very wet and grain in the stooks is soaked. Work has also been suspended for you have nought the It means more than ydi^^ think, for caps that r~ common-made never 11 btherwise. Lots of occasions w; a cap is the right ti to wear, when a just doesn't seem to the bill, somehow. ^'iij Edatem i9>a/i(/caps give thatV^ air of distinction that ordlttt't.^ iary caps just fall short bl|; They looli well on you.t^ecautl they are made really Hg^^A Look for the Eastern Bntn^ \ trade-mark. That's the " iuain thingi  t a while on tho irrigation cotastriictiou northeast of the city, 'where John Timothj", the railway contractor,-has a contract for 20 miles of main -rlitr< and about 20 miles of'laterals serving a large tract of new country: belonging to (ho C. P. R. only abont seven miles of this contract has Mian oom- pleted, the operations moving ,vwy, slowly on account of the scanitr teamsters. The contract will no^ir ho* completed until next September. :. TO OPPOSE MICHENCR Red Deer, Nov.-Bed Deer LlberalflJ meet on Dec. U to select a candl4�0^i^ for the leglalftture.  ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH-SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN-GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGORATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 days on a vag clicvge. Martin, the, , , , man who broL a beer glass on his^'�^��' -^""^o. ,..n.,�.,., f,M,i..............o�.,Jnion residents of Magrath, Tho scheme is to appeal to the provincial opponent's facial anatomy In a recent liar-rooiii Borai), was soaked fifteen and costs, which he paid. Judgment was given against the Empire Club in tho case ot Walter KuUylove asking tor ono month'; wages on account o� iU'egal dismjisai. Itgislature. The matter was mooted at the last mecling ot the council, and became populai at once. The plan is to make one Rrcul, united cflort, gaining the co-operation oJ all c( the towns in tho local option district. A Fullylovo was given elchteoa days'. strong resolution will be drawn up, pay in lieu of notice. The police were yoeterday called cn to act in a case which goes before tl� iuveuile court. A couple of i�|s-oheviouB 'boys surt^d out for a Joy rldo. They purloined a horse from one mau, a buggy from another, a htrncBs from another, and' the llneii being raisslug, they rilled another barn fci' these. They tyok tb-e eaet road and got as far as the jail when overtaken by tho owner of the rlSi who brouKlit the patchod-up outfit back, and huiideU the boys ove-r to tho police, who plaoe^l ihoin In the Do-teulion Home, They will be brought befuro tho Juvenile court shortly and tliclr cases dealt v'/tti). a mammoth petition compiled, anvi all this material will be banded to the local mtmber, Martin Woolt, and he will endeavor to present. it to the hous?. The government will be invited to take a vote ot the district on similar lines as Is observed in local option campaigns, and it a certain per cent of the clti?ons vote against pool hall-s--the per cent to l:e determined laler-that they will be rit;orouslv prohibited by the (rovorn-menl. and the nt'cessary legislation. But thi.s is not all. t;oimcillnr Hasmuasen, who was a delegate at the lest convention ot Alberta municipalities, points out that lie bolievps tlwit the whojo .south, prti-vidini!, tlU'V are united, cau.caiiilv IT is a big thing for any man to be correctly attired on all occasions. And most men are more keenly realizing this every day. It is always worth while dressing well. Impressions we make on others are enormously important. Besides, k is very easy to be a "well-dressed man" now-a days \ TAtlORED ClOTHEb FOR MFN FIT-RITE clothes are not what .you ordinarily understand as "ready-to-wear" clothes. They are tailoredgarmenis-cvery one made ^y the best tailors in Canada, under ideal conditions. You will find the newest style-features in FIT-RITE clothes before they appear elsewhere. The fabrics used, moreover, are the newest things in weaves and colorings. The workmanship down to the last detail cannot be surpassed., Painstaking experts scrutinize every stitch. Each suit must pass their inspection before it is submitted for your inspection. B UCH A The Men' Man 406 5th St. S. Bryan Block #1 ;