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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethlmflge Daily Herald, Friday, September c i r1 it o oak in r ull owins North THE- Dry Goods and Clothing Co. This Sale has been successful. Hundreds of people Imve visited the store and secured the Greatest Bargains ever offered in Lethbridge. The sale will last TEN DAYS MORE ONLY NEVER merit ITS THE PRICES THAT TALK Ladies' Department 50 Men's Suits G-ood Tweed; assorted patterns reg. Panic Price .v.v: 50 Men's Worsted Keg. Panic (Price. Men's Sanitary Fleece Wool sizes reg, suit. 'Panic Price tlnsiirinkabie Heavy Eegu- >laf and 12.25. Panic f. 100 -Prs. Men's and Panic 's' rEeg. 75c. Men's Woollen Reg-. 20c and ipanic Price, TWO PAIES for .25c Regular 25c.. Price ,-15c Banciana Eeg, IGc. Panic Price .5c each Yards Flannelette and Shaker At, per yard; Panic Price -r. .'-.'-V- ____ Yal-ds Silk Kibbon. 5 in. and 7 in. Reg. 30c 35c and yard. Panic Price .20c 100 Children's .-Bearskin Reg. 75c and- Panic Price- i V50e 100 Ladies' -Assorted patterns. aind Panic Trice V ____ "_. 100 Ladies' -Assorted.- Eegular price 11.00. Panic V Yards, White. I5c. Panic Price .10e 5.000 Yards Dress E eg. 15c Panic Price lOc Ladies' ami "black. Ee.o-.75c and Panic Price .1 :.50c 500 Yards Apron Gingham 39 inches wide. Reg. 15c and 18c, Panic Price 2 YARDS for .25c Large Arrived consisting of Dress Goods, Children's Wear, Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, and will be slaughtered with the rest at Panic Prices FOR THE RED SIGN GRAFTING RY. CONDUCTORS C.RR. Pursuing Hot Cam- paign Against Its Bad Actors Calgary, Sept. the result of a vigorous campaign, the -C. R. R. is just inaugurating, to 'put AN 1NVAIU4K1 boxes or by SAMPLE Cntthu Un- be kept handy hold for properly meeting t emergencies constantly arising ougbly effective for local ap wherever' and whenever a antiseptic Oiutment is reqvu Rcrnember the-. name H AT''.': SEIiC-HEALTH ions, -who is weir known in Calgary has jjust been arrested in -Winnipeg! and is now out on. suspended sentence, anaui with the of fourteen years' t in the penitentiary .hanging -or-er'. his K-J- nead if he ever 'leaves the straight! and narrow path again. he is out a position, and'has had U> pay into court for cos-t? sum of ?56, and all because he grafted ?3. la-the District Court .on The money was given for a berth before his Honor Judge on the train, .but be accounted Crown prosecutor 'entered tor itj and the conductor was taken r-' A, cells and arraigned -before the "wi_th istrate in r Winnipeg. He-broke down TWO CASES-DROPPED IN and pleaded guilty, and sentence was severely censured, by the judge for jeopardizing- liis, tuturs for such a. paltry was'W ly the fact that .the man- had ;with criminal .intent-. evidence" the- been taken .tne -previous inade :in" order-, that '-IJrf; .might ,giye- domestic troubles that was-'not [jailed.--. --._ "We are -determined to.- nut a-stopj to this' grafting, and have' inaugural- i Cldede "'to let the... case ed a-new system that, is lariv m -vm-nr M. tn-. successful it the" crooked inen in all said railroad official; "The case in 'Winnipeg Avas the second case in- caught under the new system, aiad.'-both men were.well Known in They: are not charged .causing-.iodilv-__ the- only ex- a pect'to, have, a lot of to ing on.August; 10th..was disinisBed do in the near Every-maiL accused, m off Crtm n." _'. caught be matter how trivial the' he -takes may be. as we .received- instruction's from headquarters, -to -push every' case to the v- some ;'was'- L LA N v L. IN-E WIL QUEEN'S OWN WILL MARCH THROUGH. CiTV, OFvL-ONDON j London, Sept. ,1s believed, that i arrangements -will-he, made 'oy'which. [the Queen's Own. -Rifles, may march 'ttirough the The desire, therefore, is .more ex- pressed every day.' Complaints' are 'still "being made ungracious-' ness of officials in connection with been compelled to a .license for his automobile: while the ordinance de panment is for- 'blank am- It (is and" believed that'when the-attention; of-'the flight Hon. 'R.' -B. Secretary bf War. is directed to'-the matter, it wiii" he in view 6f "fact accused is .to 'be. wanted on -the: other Vside and will -probably- "Spf.s- fnhf J diately he soil.1 :case' of London; bers -of- peoplervisitedrthe, of the- Allan given and of an :lnteresting.fsp for. new steamers tenders., shortly.' ?''Steamers to be, than-at sponded to oi-euiiJfratioiiy'J How. W.S. Fielding the Royal He siafCtKatvithe report of Indies''I siOD-- was no.w- In'-its; printing. summary, 'of ..Its had appeared ,in :farious but they were, unaothorizpa'-and1 ;rm-v correct SIR WILFRID Substance of tKe Petitions Submitted By Farmers. to Prime Minister Below is the substance of the ad- dress presented to Sir Wilfrid Laurier yesterday by R. Henderson, repre- senting lo- cals of the United Fanners of Al- at -the'.- meeting with Sir Wil- frid attended by delegates from thir- teen local unions of that body "To the Right Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Premier of Canada. Hon- SHOE POLISH For Too Won't rub off on frilly, oratnJn ths skirts. Waterprocf. Contains-no Turpentine, or injurious ingredients. loathftr. ALL DEALERS, lOc. THE F. r. OALLET CO., LI KITED, Out., Buffalo, N.Y. orcd Sir. "We, the members in the Pincher Creek electoral division, oi the Unit- ed Farmers of Alberta would have, been greatly pleased to have received you in our own town and district, but since that seems impossible we have come here to Lethbridge to join with others in -welcoming you to Southern .Alberta. "For years we have been looking thousands oi people have- come to our land -with the desire of improving their condition of life, and'thus we have a population made up oi people oi nation and tongue, but it can be truly said that you have tried to unite these people so that they, mav become one great brotherhood, thus forming; na unimportant, part of our world-wide British Empire. "As we look-back over the -years can' truly sav, that vou have ready made for yourself a great and worthy caine 'in Canadian history. And because of our fertile wheat- our rolling prairies, our rich oil.with our manv oth upon you as a great and wise states- er natural resources, .together with man, whom providence has endowed -j our picturesque foothill country, and .with remarkable administrative abil-; because we know that have'a dis- rhent of the chilled meat trade, trust- ing -that you will see your way to help v-s, the backbone of the country in obtaining -such legislation which we feel we are entitled to." Whcatland Centre Views' shall organizt; into a; companr for purpose.of building -and; operating an elevator at a certain; point and are in need of funds lor she 'same, the j government shall guarantee the pay- ment 'of such obligations, as they have done- in ,tne case certain railroad companies, and shall hold said eleva- tor as security the same 'is paid for. Provided enough farmers shall pledge their support that rc- ceipts shall exceed the operating ex- penses' to create a sinking' fund that will 'within a certain number of years aay for .the said elevator and when same is paid it shall -belong to the j farmers' company to do as they deem proper with. The above sinking fund to be deposited with the government and the said farmers' company shall report each month the -amount of its receipts. ii resolved that we arc in fa- vor of amending the "Manitoba Grain Act 10 read as follows "'That all hard wheat having a test ivL-ishi of the bush- el shall be- graded No. the same is free from smut and frosted berries, and when grain shall test Wheatland Centre than 60 pounds per bushel ths cal, read another address of a sirhi-i Ijrice sha11 increase at. the rate of one., lar character on be-half of the locals per bushel per pound, and where in the Lethbridjre district. the test >s less than 60 pounds the. The. resolutions passed bv the vari- i ous locals were attached to the" ad- dresses, but sina- Sir Wilfrid knew ai0' their import, his time limit- ed their reading was dispensed with: decrease in the same ra- same rule to "govern the all soft wheat as well.' believe that 1 is a benefit to the farmers in many, ways. UJid- ij. 1 VtLtl V> CIO H A t-11 rrx1 j Sir Wilfrid's replv w'as reported in Therefore we demand a proper law vesierdav's Herald gover-nmg the same the The Resolution-- faction of parliament in defeating the The following is the text of these fo-operatiou bill, the same "l tune inrnriVirnT.ino- rim TJotiUorc-'. c- itv, and recognize the fact that! trict of unbounded possibilities, and according to vour knowledge vou as are now toarin.c; the west in I on resolutions time" incorporating; the Retailers'- As- have used it in the order 10 receive information first .which falls heaviest on the farmer tariff is an unjust tax placed sociation thus forming detri- i merchandise and .farm implements. favor the building and operat- best interests of our fair Dominion.- hand, we have come here todav as a Therefore, we demand the' removafof i .of ,lhe Hudson's Bay Railwav ex- .Vmi hoon vociffT- IA nn_ i T-_.-i i j. clusiveiv bv the overnment d r have always been ready to up-j deputation representing the United hold measures-for The moral uplifting: j Farmers of Alberta, ib place before of the people; you have labored to i you our-opinions upon, the tariff ques- improve the social condition of all! tion, the question'of the government classes you have done your utmost i ownership "of terminal elevators and to safeguard the rights.and liberties} the Hudson's Bay railroad, amend- of even citiwn vou have, advocated j ments to the Manitoba Grain Act and f i r 3s ,i-------- farmers (hem- your period of public service tens of! and storage plants for the develop-' selves. Whore'a number of farmers IV i t. I II I V 114. t t j saries of life or farm implements are in Ia'orror tne SpvermnenD in the concernc-d. !future .Rrantmg_ railway companies it is resolved by this associa- tion that we are in favor of the gov- ernmentowninff all terminal elevators that thev mav be free and non-parti- i 9U} whom xyould to dust and san in Veiehine and -rading all lad8 we demand our internal elevators to portion from the fiirmfrs flif-m- government- officials, and to the man of land or money. "As the agriculturist is the foun- of nations, with- or men, who will carry out the re- forms we ask for, we, as individuals, pledge our support and Out Sale of the entire stock of Goods of my business at 119 Glyn Street. Come and get goods at your own prices. They are all new goods, L WUSi d. C. j. LAUMAN, ho] i PROMINENT CATHOLIC 1 ARRIVES AT MONTREAL, j i- Quebec. Sept, Shortly after noon to-day Cardinal Vannutelli. Papsl 1 Legate to the Eueharistic Conpress'a'. pilontreal arrived in this city, and was lolven an enthusiastic welcome by the i The Government steamer Lady Grey met the Empress of Ireland in mid Stream, and his Eminence was taicen on board and -landed at. Kind's Wharf, where he was met by the May- jor. Ciry Council and prominent citi- ?ens of Quebec and Montreal. The Cardinal was then taken to the- I basilica in siate surrounded bv an es- i con -of cavalry. Bishop BeJin. of the diocese welcomed the 1 1 ed 1 )elaie fn rhe name of the church civic congress was presented on Dulforin terrace. Is Still On :r And tke Bargains are Bigger and Better Ttan Hundreds of satisfied customers are testifying, to tte money-saving opportunity this sale affords .A-FEW SAMPLES MOFFAT RANGE, k.eavily nicHed, large oven, wrtfe reservoir, warming closet, nickle towel rod and legs Sale price SEWING MACHIME, automatic left drop, ;te bobbin winder, presser bar regulator, thread guide, improved needle clamps, full set of attachments, machine guaranteed Scile price Golden Oak Rocker for. Quartered Oak Early English Rocker for Big 'bargains in Iron Beds, Blankets, Com- forters, Pilloivs. etc. 413 Round Streei Opposite Eureka ;