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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta jFri'day.'Oc'jtobcf 21.1010. THE LETHBK tfrlSi-: 0A1LY HERALD Co. are Going Out of the Men's Clothing Business And Losing A Pile Of Money In Order To Dolt SATURDAY Will BE A GOOD "CHOOSING DAY" YOUR NEW SUIT. In or- der to get o.ut of the business as soon as we desire we've dropped the prices so fact nearly cut them in any man who ne'eds a suit, and does not buy it here, loses money, that's all. These New Suits For Only Think of the savings for on the newest of new fall Perfection clothing Made of choicest tweeds and fine imported worsteds. Best of linings and interlinings. '-Tailored in very latest style. .New green, brown and gray colors. Hardly ever such values seen in this city at We're going out of the business in a hurry by giving them away at1 Regular 1 3.90 Quality Suits 2 "Suits, for Suits for Suits for Suiits Suits ior Suits lor Boys' Suits to be Sold Out at Almost Any Priee--AU Ages J Negligee Shirts The finest shirts fow men'in Times.. tnought that in towns large enough ror two papers, it was the duty of the editors to take decided stands on party politics. not affect the Such a policy would financial side, ior Business men are going to spend tneir money where it win bring the best return irrest.'eetive of th.e-.poli tics ot the papers patronized. Muni cipal editorials, however, should be more along the lines- of suggestion than criticism. Editors should Keep in Louch with public opinion Keep their fingers on the public pulse as it were, and endeavor to reflect tne opinions of the people. The peo- pJe want municipal news more than anything else, and they want to know wnat stand each individual- alderman while the j takes'" on various questions; small mis- rore meetings stiowld ported as -fully as possible. Diplomacy Effective ueorge Gordon. Ponoka Herald, "jsaid. he had got along very well in party politics by first taking a slap at this side and then a slap .11 the other. He was good friends in his Davidson" and- others., Miy Ives also went over tions for amendments to the laws libel the Canadian _Press Western Canada Press Association at their last con- vent-ions, pointing out thought they should be able -to- 'se- cure and why and which they probab- ly would not'get. .'A vote of thanks was tendered Mr. Ives, and in reply he thanked the convention for- t-he opportunity of discussing the question and offered, if they -wished to formulate any recomm-endations, to lend any assistance he was able. The committee1 on resolutions sub- mitted a list of resolutions "which were all discussed and adopted.' No 11 was an "expression preciation of the convention to the "people of Lethbridge, the president of the board' of trade :W- 'C.-ly-es and others-who-'had as- their visit to Leth- bridge, one of the best times .01 their lives. No. 2 to the effect .that .all of- ficers of the Association be working members. of the .newspaper that as soon as any mem- ber'ceases to be an active member o the uewspaper or printing business be should cease to become an- active, mem ber-'o'r officer of the association.- 3. That representations be made to the Dominion .government tq- ;Tyards the removal of. tariff duty 'on typesetting and typecasting machiri- ACTS DMCTLY ON-THE KIDNEYS Most Severe Backache, bladder' and urinary misery vanishes: whether "bid or man aor woman can make a mistake byv.tak-. ing kidney medicine'any time. The moment you suspect any kid-; ney or. .urinary disorder or feel a dull j constant ache in the. back, sides on loins, or'the of sediment or thick, cloudy and "offensive, ir- regular of passage or attended by a scalding, -begin taking Pape's with the knowledge that, there is no o-cher' remedy at any. l.-rice, made "anywhere else in the world, -which will effect so thorough ant! prompt a cure. The time to cure kidney trouble is while it is only it settles 'into Dropsy, Gravel, Disease or Diabete's. V -Pape's In'urectic acts directly npon the kidneys, bladder and.urinary sys- tem; -heals, cleanses, vitalizes-and regulates these organs, duct's anrt glands and completes the cure usu- ally within'a-few days. Lame back, painful .stitches, rheu- matism, Profcatie dizziness, irritability, sleep- lessness, inflamed or" puffy bilious stomach or tired feeling and weak, other symptomt caused, inactive kidneys disappear. smarting frequent ..urination (especially- mgnt) and "all bladder misery' ends. Your physician, banks or any mercantile agency., will vouc for the responsibility, Thomp son Pape of" Cincinnati, pr pare Pape's trea by every, in ,th world. been further talked over session to be held this evening: f h matters of asking for it to be mad compulsory for the 'filing; of mihera claims in Alberta and pi -.making; to be compulsory fo ery, 'No. 4. Recommended that some there be re town with members of both dimcalty. just passed through ft with agricultural matters. Ho "iactvocated diplomacv in all wives up as reformers with re- pr0uuctive t.he best resu't, ways desirous to themselves K. u, Galbralth pos, must, come from tho peo-jtion on town Md U0! newspaper man's under- lnewspaper man. standing of publir matter.. He had j ic Boost Best Policy to go into tnings depU) he manors should boost their towns Idom would when merelv ;high school, immediately on taking! !charge of weekly papers, to set them- up as I SUltS 2 and districts i'or all thev were worth. all tho lime and urge others to o-oost. too. town. In writing political editorials avoid ial! personalities. He would write political ediforirijc, himself from the .drop ot the hat. He was a Giu. but municipal matters. reportins He took ex- actly the same stand in the council That's what takes in any taat he would take through the col- umns of his paper. steps be taken to deal with the mat- ter of reduced freight rates on paper. Discussing this resolution, Chair- man Davidson, of the committee, mentioned that the paper rate 'to Vancouver from Quebec is 85 cents, the rate to Calgary, much clos- ;r to the point of shipment, is -J, H. Woods suggested that a strong committee be appointed to deal with the question. If the resolution was to be anything more than a little hot air they had got to fly high be-' ore any remedy. They had ;ot to gO'past the railways to the railroa-d commission. G. R. Frazer told how by united'action and rnili- methods the Press Club of Idaho had secured special rates from the "ailroads in the states and advised similar tactics in C'anada. -Messrs. Jennings of Edmonton, Davidson of "'algary, Buchanan of Lethbridge, and 'oster" of Nelson, were appointed a ommittec to take up the question. King's Printer Resolution No. 5 suggested that he chairman appoint a committee to ,-ait on the King's Printer of the rovince in connection with certain grievances the press had against him.- Carried. v No. 6 dealt with amendments to the libe! law. It was decided to em- power the president to engage the services of Ivt-s to draft changes required and to submit them to the 'attorney-general- of the province to endeavor to have the changes in- troduced into parliament in a govern- ment bill. School Bonds No. 7 asks the provincial govern- printed, voters' :lists: to, be printed, es- pecially' the, smaller towns, over for fuller discussion. The first, half hour of, the! session was taken up with a discussupn in .regard to advertising agencies. 'and' the best 'means o-f securing -protection, against fraudulent" and '-'t-iad., pay' ag encies. One firm in particular.; ;was mentioned as being, .in debt -to mem bers of the _ association.: to altogether of hundreds of dollars; The suggestions 'favor was that the association should in corporate, and take up the matter of g-oing after1 several