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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 22. J910. THE LETBDRRTDGE DAILY HEKALD Pa are 5 DAYS AT SADOWSKFS We Have 200 Suits and Overcoats to Choose From The next few days will see; thesacrifice ofall csaaowsici's c money and its-cash Sadowski wants. He must Overcoats. These goods represent mense and can never be repeated. We have all kinds of suits to are Dimply im- you wonder. Justa few suggestions of our varied stock irTthese Hnes C at prices that will make Fine Blue Imported. Serges, regular and now Imported Tweeds in the latest cut and patterns. Reg now Good Tweed Serge. Business Suits. Reg. values to now up f f and are yours at Wholesale Prices. i Mcltori with i Astrachari: collar, regular ;now qc J _ _, j Good all wool Tweed Overcoats, regular I to to KQ I There's value few can equal. A FEW SHEEP LtffED COATS LEFT Full length C6rduroy AVombat collar regular now 514 QC Short Buck and English Cord.'sheep "lin- ed, tan collars, regular f 12 and and We have alspa complete line -of Gents' Furnishings at wholesale prices which are melting like snow in-a Chinook. Uncjerwear, Caps. Mitts, Gloves, Shoes, Paibbers; etc., etc All going regardless of cost; proflts are slash- ed and the chance is gone. I J> I GREEN Are The Beacon For You OUT OF BUSINESS SALE 110 STREET OUT OF BUSINESS SALE GREEN SIGNS For Money Savers Reporter Have" Words (Continued from front page) than- --other..-papers were accorded. The-relation-of tie papers and council was solely one of give and take., The newspaper men to the'al'd -ernien in reporting the meetings, and particularly, in withholding 'statements by aldermen which they were fre- quently asked to do. If the council Should Keep Things. Bade '.Aid. Bowman thought that all not- to extend to the ters should he reserved from all need not T.nr.ii ortor- t-bey have heen be-! anj courtesies from the press. not- to extend to the pr.ess repeated, however, that the Herald asked for nothing .that was not ac- corded to other papers.- Aldermen Talk Aid. Bowman said there- was a lot in that argument. Aid. King, spoke in favor of his motion.. Aid. Sage, however, opposed it. The laws-sgovernintr it were there, he said, 3.0Q "til6V _ withdrawn understanding that DO fa.vnrit.icm no ;_ no favoritism 05 a en; until after tort- the council. drew the an- alogy bet-ween the privy council of reahn, the cabinets" of govern- ir.ebts and the city council. Nothing ever given out by them. He bought no paper shoul'd be given any over the other, however." Kobinson's Denial Secretary-treasurer Robinson denied that he used bad language, and ih.ir. stated that the Herald reporter hftci beer: in the habit of going into office, looking through his private copyiag them off without per- mission, and. when he was ing through his private papers. "Of Bourse, I cio not have to prove this." Given the Lie The Herald reporter jumped to Kis ieet. 'The secretary says he does :ict have to prove these'things. i say thai- he does have to prove them. i j say he can't prove them. Mr. Robin ________. .'.on is lying when he savs I have ever CTA, _ in his office and taken papers ISTOLc SCRAP IRON permission. I want to tell Stock and University (Continued from; front 'After motion some was conduct, management and control of the-university, and pf the property, revenues, business and affairs of the university shall be vested in the board.- A provision is -made for the annuation of official? of the univers- ity, the money to be paid o-ut of a nd to be provided -for the purpose. The board shall provide such means tor the physical examination, in the dis- pensing of news to the four papers in the city. After the meeting, however, the secretary-treasurer showed his real position and practically defied the council by declaring to the Herald re porter than until the Herald apolo- gized t0 him for the editorial of Oct. 18th, it would get absolutely no news and no business from the secret-arc's office. him to i's face Mtat he is a liar and is he knows he is ly- Going i'u deliberately. The has Pittsburg. McCarthy, BY THE CARLOAD Nov. Jeremiah minor official tteiioersit-e.lv. Tne j -ui. me personal erudge j Jrucibie S1eel Company, pleaded gnil- against- ihe paper I and to charges of larceny ifcai is the cause Of all the trouble, admitting that he had- stolen" cars Steel had driven Wm to drink to worK for rhft-T-lcrsl'l rbn _._.... _ _____ commented to stick the He lost- mucn money-In'specula- aiid it around, i-want, to sayjtion> and "he stole that he might pay Again that the secretary has got to physicians and surgeons', who saved prove nis remarks or you should not i his wife's life ov their ceiiovc him. 1 to" hi'T" I __-- liar." The secretary-treasurer merely plied that he would repeat what had said before and did not have prove it. Position Explained Some further discussion took place uv Liicjt operations. I tell him to his lace he While McCarthy entered his pleas "j his aged mother and a beautiful sis- l he ter silently prayed. Judge Marshall Brown to sentenced King's motion. After some of the Aldermen had spoken the Herald representative was given permission 'o explain the position of the Her- T I ,_ I.. McCarthy to serve IS months in jail on each sentence, the sentences to run -concurrently. McCarthy stole the cars bodily, struction and training Of the students of. the university. The board shall make an annual re- port oi its transactions to the Lieu- tenant-G overnpr-in-CounciJ. No action shall be brought against board or against any members thereof On account Oi anything done or committed by him in the execution ot duties without the written consent oi tne Attorney-General. Convocation shall consist of all the graduates of the university and of ail other persons registered under the ori- ginal act as mtembers. The duties of tne_ convocation will ie to make regu- lations for governing its proceedings and to consider all questions affecting the well-being Of the university and to make recommendations to the board of governors and the senate The.bill further provides for the es- tablishment of faculty councils for each faculty of the univeisity to deal mainly with the curriculum the appointment; and supervision of ex- aminers. The president of thn university supervision' over" and" ruction of academic work or uni versity apd.of the teaching staff in eluding all the deans of faculties. The board of governors is vested with the power to borrow to meet current expenses from anv financial in- jStitution. The senate shajl make provision for tne education of women in the uni- rcplyrag jn. the. affirmative, saying that the statement would be brought down with the estimates. Dr. Rutherford presented a petition for amendments ...to, .-the Strathcona charter; Mr. pushing presented a peti- tion applying for amendments and con sohdation of the Calgary city charter and also for confirmation of certain money by-laws. The petition of the iNorth West Life Assurance Companv presented by Mr. Boyle, was received. RECTOR ACCUSED BY YOUNG WOMAN Episcopal Bishop Inquiring Into the Charges Against Philadelphia Wan DISTRIBUTION OF SEED GRAIN -AND POTATOES Prom Experimental Farm. Ottawa, 1JIQ-1T. .instruction oE the Hon. Minister of Agriculture a distribution is being made this season of samples of ior sorts of grain and potatoes to Can- adian farmers.for the improvement of seed. The stock for distribution has been secured mainly from the Experi- mental Farms at Indian Head, Sask., Brandon, Man., and Ottawa, Ont. The samples consist of oats, spring wheat, barley, field peas, Indian corn (for ensilage only.) and potatoes. The quantity of oats sent is 4 Ibs., and wheat or barley 5 Ibs., sufficient in F. Philadelphia, Xov. made -by a young- woman against the Kev. c. W. Robinson, rector of the Protestant Episcopal church of the ius., suu-iuienc in iivangjlist. are being investigated by eacfl case ro sow one twentieth of arj BishoiriHackay-Smith. If the charges Tlie of Indian corn foaaa true tne resignation of the Kev. Mr. Robinson will be demanded, according to the bishop as an alternative! Applications will b filled in -the order" in which they are received, so long as the supply Of seec lasts. Farmers, are advised to applj early to avoid possible disappoint- ment Those applying for Indian corn or potatoes should bear in mind that the corn is not usually distributed un- til April, and that potatoes' cannot be mailed until danger from frost in tran- sit is over. No postage is required or- mail matter addressed to the Expert- mental Farm, Ottawa. WAI. SAUNDERS, Director of Experimental Farms. shipping them to scrap dealers, and vi 4.J.CA." It look-ed for no favors and no j scrap iron. _ _____ receiving ?600 per car load for The versit fc snail, in such a manner as it shall fltl'inS- hut no on account of her sex, be pnved from any of the privileges ac_ corded to students. BRAIN WORKERS vho get little exercise, feel better all round for occasional dose of IVA-DRU-ar Laxatives icy tone up the liver, move-the bowels gently but freely. We firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade a box. Jr your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c and we will mail them, KATfONAi. DRUG CHEMICAL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED. MONTREAL, 2i Lethbrirlge Y. Jl. C. A. Bill A second reading was given to the private bill introduced by Hoa. W. A Buchanan, applying for the incorpofa- I tion oi the LKhbridgc Y. M. C A The committee of the whole house made a few amendments to Mr. Mar- shall's bill respecting charges on land contained in certain instruments and it was read a third time, and Mr AiitcbcII's hill respecting witnesses ana evidence .was considered in com- mittee. Tn the latter case, it was de- cided to fix the number of expert wit- nesses employed- by either side of a case to three, the 'bill originally for additional expert -witnesses ori the j consent of -the presiding judge. Mr. Bennett asked the premier the government was going to present a statement showing the amounts of money raised and expended by roval wan-ant since last. May. Mr Siftbn Rumors of these accusations nave oeen current for some time, and have caused dissension in the congregation. Tney -were brought to the notice of Bishop Mackay-Smith at a of tne vestry. Tne allegations are that some years ago, while this wo- man was receiving instructions in tne a friend- ship 'began which, she alleges, resulted in tne clergyman's promise to marrv ner. Bishop ilackay-Smlth tonight said he did not care to discuss the case. Mr. itOuiiisjuu denies tbat the accusations nave any foundation. A WOMAN'S ADM _JO WOMEN TAKE GIN PILLS acre. The samples of Indian corn, peas and potatoes V.-eigli 3 ibs. eacii. A quantity of each of the following variieties has been secured for this distribution: Abundance, Danish, Island, Wide-Awake, Thousand Dollar. Improved white varieties. and Early Red Fife (early beardless sorts of high baking Red Fife j Preston and Huron White Fife (beardless.) Bobs (early, beard- less.) Mensury and Manehurian (a. selection from Men- Rpbt. W. Parsons and Louie Hobbs natives of Kent, England, were stride en with typhoid on the same-dar at -Port -Arthur, and died last night Vit-h lnmu of hours of each other. The Montreal public utilities com- mission investigating the cause Of re- cent street railway accidents, recom- an improved fender, a' speed limit of eight miles an hour; and the reporting of complaints acainsi em- ployees to the commission': GRANUM (From the .The laying, of 'the sidetrack -into Crranum-s new freight-sheds-is now under construction, and' in-a" few w-eeks time all freight will .be-, off- loaded on Railway avenue. A meeting of'the united'presbvter- ian Congregation of Rockv Coulee Valley, and GraniuuVas held in the church on Wednesday of- last- week, for the purpose of moderating in a call TO a minister. There was a turnout in attendance and tie Kcv. Henderson, occu-' pied the chair. After' reading to tho- audi-encc the procedure to be followed n moderating in a call the nominations. It was mov- 'I- B. Allison and.seconded M- Matson, of Jumbo ValleT that Key. A. 0. Paterson receive "a can to the Granum Church. There being no other nominations 11? decided unanimously -to call the Rer Mr. Paterson. Ninety-three-Indians have -died of small-pox within the past four "I received your sample of GIN PILLS and after using them, I felt so much better that I got a box.at my druggist's, and now I am takine the third box. The pain across my back and kidnevs has almost entirely gone and I am better than I have been for years, I was a great sufferer from Rheumatism but it has all left me. I strongly advise all women, who suffer from Pain In The Back and Weak to try GINf PILLS. MRS. T. Thousands ot women, right here in Canada, owe their robust health, their strength and vigor, their bright eyes and rosy cheeks-to GIN PILLS. And thev know that GIN PILLS will cure the Kidney a.id Bladder Troubles witk which so many women suffer. Do jusl as Mrs. Harris tmte for a free sample box of GIN PILLvS and try them. Then, if they yon good, get the regular 500 boxes at your dealer's. Ycatr money promntlv refunded if GIN PILLS fail to give ____ relief. National Drug acd Chemical (time Co., Dept. A..T" Invincible. Field and Golden Vine Indian Corn (for Earl sorts: Angel of Midnight. Compton' Early and Longfellow. Later varit ties: Selected Learning, Early Masto don, and White Cap Yellow Dent. ter Rose, and Irish Cobbler. Mediun ,to late varieties: Gold Coin, Carmai No. 1, and Money Maker. The late varieties are, as a rule, more produc tive than the earlier kinds. Only one sample can be sent to each applicant, hence if an individual re sample of oats he cannot also receive one of wheat, barley, peas, In dian corn or potatoes. Applications, on printed cards or sheets, or lists of names from one Individual, or appli. cations for more than one sample for one household, -cannot be entertained. The samples will be sent free oit charge through the mail. Applications should be addressed tf the Dominion Cerealist, Farm, Ottawa, and may be in anj? time from the 1st of December to tbj> of February, after which lists will be closed, so that the pies asked ror may be sont o.nt in Rood Applicants should mention they A Real Creation in Overcoats "PROGRESSO" is a genuine creation from collar to hem. Some dealers think it is enough to make an overcoat collar something like the to give an ordinary overcoat a name that sounds something like But the distinctive master touches-that have made "PROGRESSO" famous, are not there. The "PROGRESSO" OVERCOAT was designed to meet a specific need-to give men absolute protection in winter. That it does this, as.no other moderately priced overcoat has ever proved by the enormous demand ior it. Be OB your guard. When you ask for the "PROGRESSO'' see that this trademark is on the collar. MADE AND GUARANTEED BY E. VEVEBERG CO. LIMITED, SOLD WITH A GUARANTEE BY 89 LETHBKIDGB ;