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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TUK Wednesday. October fa I ii iiiL1-' ill s There is nothing like a "Tea Pot' test at your myn table to prove its sterling worth! ii I m TEA "Always and Easily the Best" BLACK. GREEN, or MIXED. Airtight Only CLARKE CO. Province Will Coiled All (he! Taxes for Liquor Licenses in Alberta Cities One amendment to the liquor li-j cense ordinance parsed by Ihe pro Ivlncldl legislature al Hie session Just; dosed is provlug none too popular, Oct. 2S.-AI a KfetJng cl Ite Canadian Co'-aci! ol Apiculture held at which representatives ol the .Manitoba (train Asso- riatio3, the Saskatchewan Giam Growers' Association, and the I'nued [lie cilv officials of Lethbrldge. Permit the. ol amendment the province (n- live societies oi .ill kinds. tcr B'-JE poses of vreUit or for trade. creases tli-s amount ol retail liquor i 'licenses (rout to Hut SCU t'5i -fMes'iuc'government non: claims the That the vvmmVnt be wasted right to collect all from hotels ar.d: ar-d liquor stores, of Canada should proceed to Ot- tawa either before the opening o! the Beit session of parliament or immedi- ately alter the said opening, and lay heiore the soveimr.ent aid the nierj- bers oi parHjmeat the views ol tbe organized farmers as mar be espress- at. to ed by the diilertnt associations Dilated with this council, anil jive this resolution eEect il is tere- by further resolved thai each associ- alio'ri afiilialed wilh Hie council, istration of the Department oi Trade was raisitt to. JSCO and and Commerce, under the jurisdiction i store license to Oi'tbe Board of Grain Commissioners: Seen by the HeraM this morning, i tor Canada. Mayor Hardie expressed surprise PROTEST AGA1XBT SAMPLE change, lie did not care to dis- MARKET i cuss it to any entent as confessed i Vil.frras it has been brought to the'de was not familiar with iho classroj attention of this council thai it is Oj lue amendment. However, if it j proposed'to establish a sample rtjin, iDe changes has been ket at Winnipeg during tte month oi j .Mayor ilardle Ihluks tbc cities December, 1913, and Whereas the views of this council Phone 453 The Ladies' Store Block i should protest. will losu abooui 3- tt! 0 a iiniia 1 re veil ue ivli !ch L police force, control ihe trafiJc. .Il is through its properly constituted au-jverc dearly expressed in n resolu- iheliva to .ibority, be'and are hereby lequested I tion adopted on 1C, -1310, to nominate "at tht earliest possible which was as follows: th maUtr LL- discussed at moment three representative members '-ttliereas ue aie convinced that the r -n L.ouncil oi ilteir respfctive associations to erminal elevators, as now operated, i are dArimoatal to the interests producers and the cor.smiiers, as i proved br recent acd testimony oi important interested bodies, we therefore request that tbt [JoBiinion %ovenirccnt acquire and op-j erate as a public utility under an in- dependent conmtissiou. the terminal represent lliem and this council at the said meeting ID Ottawa." THE TAHI'FF -.Tfhcreas the progress acd ileielop- :ment of the agricultural iodustiy oi vital importance to the general wflfar; of the stale, acd all other industries are dependent upon its suc- cess, "and its condition is the baroai- eter oi1 and it is recognized that the-government oi our country lias .the interest and n! the .com try-at- heart and is desirous of improving conditions: the cost of the production ot all-fa7111 products is materially ch- the development of- our agricultural resources retarded, by i ue" Jl iiitiua and o'.her 'commodities, lar--.ely due to customs duties, and an import tax on food in- crr.5es the cost of living not only to the eitenl of the tav but iti effect nf restriction elevators al Fort- William and 1'ort Arthur, and inimediatcly establish Thursday is Ready-to-wear Day In This Mid-seiason Sale Featuring saving propositions of particular Importance to woman lu Lclh- bridge, who lias etill her nee4s in outer gurmeiile to supply. Surprising reducllous throughout every line of newest coats, suits, skirts, kimouas aisj dresses for street as Veil as afternoon and evening wear. SALES ARE MOUNTING TO BIG FIGURES THESE DAYS AND WE'RE RAP- IDLY OVERTAKING THE HECORD MARK ESTABLISHED A YEAR AGO. BUT IT IS AS WE HAVE EXPECTED, FOR SVE H V.'E PRICES THROUGH- OUT EVERY DEPARTMENT ALTOGETHER IRRESISTIBLE AND THERE VM1LL BE NO LET UP UNTIL THE DOORS CLOSE AT TEN O'CLOCK ON SATURDAY EVEN- ING. THROUGHOUT EV "v REDUCED AHD'RE- IMPORTANCE OF THE SAVINGS IN THE READY- TO-WEAR SECTION TOMORROW. COAT SALE EXTRA- ORDINARY Valuei worth up to A splendid collection, heavy blanket cloths and diagonal coatings. VERY STYLISH NEW COATS................ Worth up to Maiij- now styles in Ihla lot, not in the store more tban a Tveek. ALL THE BEST COATS REDUCED .I..'.......... Worth up to Handsome boucles an4 richest coratin- atlon colorings in uewesl effects. WONDERFULLY CHEAP SUITS Worth up to 525.00 Finest navy serges, clicviols and Ven- etians ns well as new Uvecd mixtures. NEWEST TAILORED SUITS.............. Worth up to Cheviots and Serges In black and navy, also now tweed mixtures. FINEST HIGH GRADE SUITS................ Worth up to Hlsh grade man-tailored garments well as alt novelty lines Included. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN NEWEST DRESSES OF EVERY KIND AND PRICE SUITABLE FOR STREET WEAR AMD IN ADDITION TO THESE ALL AND EXCLUSIVE MODELS IN AFTERNOON AND EVENING GOWNS. STREET DRESSES Values for {10.00 Values for S8.00 512.50 Values for 515.00 Values tor.................. {17.50 Values 520.00 Values for..................S16.CO Values for AFTERNOON DRESSES 515.05 Values for J17.50 Values for ?1S.50 Values for 520.00 Values for.................. 516.00 522.50 Values for................... Values for 527.50 Values for................. EVENING DRESSES 517.30 Values for j'O 00 -Values for................. J22.50 Values for................... J25.00 Values 530.00 Values-for 535.00 Values for S28.00 530.00 Values for similar terminal'fealtties and 0[ u and office oi Jiocs at Pscifir Loasl, and pro-1 raia6 Dear Ausibr by same at Hu-Ison s Bay wto nc-, an by featiald tVe niine and the campa of Der-j Trinidsd, Colo.. Oct. des- QNE Of. MqsT REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPHS EVER SINKING OF A SHIP AT SEA AS THE MARJQRY'BROWN SANK TO OCEAN GRAVE and Tobasifo is the record the coal strike reported j Arms and "ammunition cessaiy, also such transfer elevators netcssary to qualily_.jir.export g.rain, And" above conditions; ouf have not'htm met, lnis And nhrrras we are ai-ihare disappeared from Uie Ludlow Icr investiration, lhat the estahlish- j tenl hundreds of Ihe strik- meot ol market under' "s 1lave scatlered to col- isiirij contlitinns-M'ill not be in on the arrival o! militia at Trin- inierests of the producers of the 'dad and .Walsenburg. grain, but v.-ill tend to bring about i Adjt- General John' Cliase this morn- fondilions which will "destror' Ite in-ling stated that 21 hours will be given people o! Canada and our iovalty to the Bullish Croivn demand that the to trade imposed hy the Caa- adiau.'tariff duties atrainst the im- poltatton oi Hiitish nianuiact'ires he re'iabvcd, and thus uot only cheapen fhc ccst of Canadian foodstufi to the British consumer by providing return freight, but also sup- ply Canadian consumers with cheaper manufactured goods, zr.d a free interchange of all Canada, ctriVeis atvaUing possible devcUp- j BE IT RKSOLVEI) uhen the. Colorado do not hereby against :suard actually tates charge of .the the introduction pi the said sample i situation- Martial law will not he en- market ar.d do urge that no in Trinidad, but will be estab-' steps tc isfcen toward bringing the :ijEhed in the mining camps surround-j market into operation until those uho arc the most interested, the grain producers, are agreed that ing this citr. Denser, Cob-; Oct. the arrival of approximately 600 nation- catutal products fcetwern Canada and the United Stales would ter.d to re- duce the cost- of living to town acd and hblh bouses of congress in ticVUnlted States have passed an sct-j .which is slill in iorce, "free" interchange oi nalurai products between -THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That ve'urje.lhe-.parlianieat ol Canada lo its firsl'tes: sionr, tbe-'British.prefereriCe to, least fifty per'cent-., "and'to proride for a gradual increase; from, year to yeax. until .we-hare' Free'Trade with Brifaio in five years. t: 3. That the of- fer the United'States of free ia-' C jmcange of all agricultural aiid ani-. maf'products.: between Canada andj the Uniled.States. j That'll! fppd'stulTs r.ot provided' for'i'n the above'offer, of the Cnited States be'transferred lo Hie iKclist. agricultural loniber, and cement le transferred lo free list. Tiiat'pending llie p'asEagc df islatiot] aakej) (or herein, any duties now uiider Canadian Cus: tonis larifi .which arc fte means ol countervailing duties hcing imposed against arjy food products of the country by any joreign cpnntry, fee. immediately removed. .6. That any tariiT or trade, cor.ces- sioa granteii lo any other country he .immediately extecdcd lo Oreal tain. ;i'-'ABK CO-OPEHATIVE ACT 'l is lne interest cl the associations that the question of co- operation should he discussed at. the forthcoming conventions of asso- .ciatiocS-affllialed with tte Council, it is desirable that any co- .ojera'tfve'action should be uniform, so' that one greeral policy will be followed in'all proviccfs, "THpftErORE BE IT 'tbat-we do ftqoett tte gorerament, thfougi tte Dun. Arthur Meighcn, ieral, to introduce the of parliament a comprc- the tinic has arrived when same CfwH i al guardsmen under Adjutant General be safely and property operated in Triridad, quist prevailed the beneCl oi both producer and coa-1 throughout He strike district early iloday, according lo advices teceis-ed Ijy IJovenior Amrnuns. Approiiniately Sfifj guardsmen un- der Cnl. Kdward Yerdeciherg, reach- ed for duly in Ihe Tluer- fano county The governor has EDITOR PLEADEO "GUILTY" Haiaiiton." OaL. OCL the last minute of this morning's court, Editor Rogers, of "Jack Canuck.- lliat ronlo, pleaded guilty in the criminal with. Controller Bird. authority to fine Rogers or send h'.tn to-Jail, or to inflict both penai- its in the ZODe wtrc tampered CANCEL CHARTERS IF LINES ARE NOT BUILT Yorklon, Bask., Oct. this morning's Hoard of Trade nicotine, the resolution recently received from I.e Pas Board of Trade urging the en- dorsalion of a resolution catling on the government of Canada to adopt means to compei railways now hold- ing charUrs for hranch lines con- necting with the Hudson's Bay road, lo commence construction of same, cnder penalty of having said charters revoked, was read, aod after due con- sideration was passed unanimously, Add Stomachs Are Dangerou Nine-tenths of All the Stomach Trouble Said to be due to Acidity A Physician's Advice on Cauie and Cvre Tliis picture shows the schooner Marjory IJrovrn, which sank last week two hundred miles off Sandy Hook. She was hound from Newport News. Va., to Prbviacncro, R. 1., and sprang a leak In n heavy sea. The liner Berlin came up In lime to rescue the ciew, who may te seen in the life lioat rowing hard to get away from the suction of the sinking vessel. The best picture yet taken of (h; MAY MEAN THE SOME MEN FAVORED CERE- MONY vouthful. Crarevlteh or Rus-la. Winnipeg, Oct. The United Col lege studtnts have -a holiday today. The joint faculty arc sitilng 111 con clave lo look place- on Saturday tvenlnt! in .Manitoba col Icgc building al the. Initiation cet-dl-jga. It is stated lhat expulsion of of Iho ring k-adura in Saturday's cere- mony may ho the oulcomu, though nolhing definite Is yet kuowii. Tho initiation procetdlogs 'on Snturday evening were much'the ssnie ns Pre- vious but the difference Is thil tho regulations of the university.fc.nd of Uin' individual colleges ore specially strict .this year against indignity1 and personal violence bains forced upon any student. Previous to the cere- mony or, the senior" repre- sentative ot addressed tic freshmen and told them that they need not .undergo Initiation unless they desired. The freshmen elected to be Initiated' aud the seniors now claim thai this fact cionerates tlieni. Ap- parently the faculty is taking a ser- ious view of what happened, and all kinds of developments were possible. Tlio initiation was largely organiz- ed by the second year arts' of Wesley and Manitoba colleges and n number of. mera'rK-ta of dial year are on tho cnrpet thls-morning. li'Jt the whole student body ot -the United college was concerned and declare lhat they aland or The question is will han- -The iiositlcn is unprecedented in the history of both colleges. i STRIKERS AND GUARDS IN FATAL QUARREL Trinidad, Colo., Oct. n hal tie which is believed lo Imvo started THAT IT HAD POWER TO THE 'STREETS OF TORONTO CUT UP A famous physician whose j researches into the and cure of stomach and intestliial diseases have earned for lilin an international reputa- tion, said in the couree ol a re- cent lecture that nearly all in- testinal troubles, as .well as many diseases of the vital or- gans, were directly traceable to a -deranged condition of the stomach, which in turn was due nine times out of ten to eras- Elvo acidity, commonly termed sour stomach or heartburn, which not only irrlLtted anil in- fiamed tho delicate lining of the stomach, but also set up gas- tritis and stomach ulcers. It is interesting to note that he con- demns the use of patent med- icines aa well as of medical trcatnienl for the stomach, slat- Ing Ihal ho and his colleagues have secured remarkable re- nulls by tho UEO of ordtnaty bi- 1 surated magnesia, which, by neutralizing-the acidity of the j food, removes the source of the j trouble. Ho contends that is ia i as foolish to treat the stomach i Itself as it would be for a men who stepped on a tack ,Jo rub i liniment on the foot J first removing the tack. He- move the and Iho foot will i heal ths f.cid and stomach trout-leg will dis- i appear. IrrllaUtlg medicines''t and medical treatments are use- J less, so long ns the contents of J the stomach remain nctd; re- move Ihe acidity, and there i be no need for t Inflamed lining of the stomach 1 will then heal itself. Suffer- nrs from acidity, sour stomach, i or heartburn should get a pmill bottle of liisunited magnesia from their druggist and lake a tcasuoonfiil In a quarter of a glass ot hot or cold water after meals, repealing in fifteen mfn- utes. i( necessary, this being the dose which Ihn doctor fouml most efficacious In all cases. London, Oct. were j WINNIPEG HAS' FROST thf privy council to- j day in tl.c'appeal'of tjic Toronto and Winnipeg. Man.. Oct. lie; York' Hailial rallivay -versus Toronto and Aeslnlboino rivers were corporation concerning thr. to deviate the railway. Answering some by the arjicllant's counsel. Lord Chancellor Halilanc remarked: "I have the- strongest suspicion that IJic coiporA- (lon is very mwh interested in not vv'lth ice from shore to Bhore la-' iiighl for Ilic tlrst time this at 5.M o'clocV this morning, lielwcen having ils streets cut up, therefore, approximately 1-00 strikers, and. poE' you must show the lailuay lias pow- Blbly Ihree hundred mine guards in'cr lo no su." at IJelague. Tob. Judgmtnt ivas if served, the council not -caliing upun respcindint lo reply to the appellant's a'gco ami one mine guard am! three strikers arc to have been kllk-d. Ffifnd