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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ..WEEKLY IIEBALP Wednesday, Scplemticr .'11, WHIRLWIND Why Pay Regular Prices This Hand- some Dresser Reg. Price Sale Pr. The People's Sale We fee! that this is more Uian our moving sils, it Is our Customer's Sale, that is why we pause and consider everv statement we make on this page. can't aftord to give you anything but a square deal because we want Your patronage. SES US SATURDAY Notice This! Reg.price Sale Pr. Extra Special Carpets, Mats and Rugs at Prices that are Positively Factory Prices. Come in for yours Saturday. A Six Day HARVEST of Genuine Bar- gains. Our Stock is Too Large to Move, So We Must Reduce It Quick. 6 DAYS OF UNBEATABLE BARGAINS Our new store iu the Dominion Block moviuo- troubles, we are going to reduce our When oiir doors open on Saturday. Sept. est, Most Genuine Sale ever held in Lethbmlge the STOCK. All the newest and best tluit our at the Wholesale Price, the difference between Save from 20 to 50 per cent by buying now. Rugs and Curtains. Curtain Mater outs or reservations, it's all yours. You simply can't afford to miss this sale. soon be completed for us, and to simplify our stock. 14th. it will mark the beginning of the Great- Profits arc not considered, we MUST move Canadian factories can produce in furniture that and regular prices is yours. Furniture, Beds, "Bedding, Carpets, Squares, ial and Pictures. Everything must go, no hold It will carry the town like a flood. Buy! Buy! Buy! Hurry! Hurry! Buv for now Buv for the future. Buy for yourself, your family, your out-of-town friends. Buv liberally. Buy generously. It's your one big chance to save your dollar. 15 TDHAYBIG SATURDAY Remember this sale for one week closes September 21st, at 10.00 o'clock, and will long be remembered as the Great- t Bargain Salt ever held in the City of Lethbridgt. Com. on Saturday, and COME EARLY SATURDAY THIS IS ONLY ONE Regular Sale Pr. Furniture Buyers You can't afford to miss this Whirlwind of genn'me Bargains. We offer you all our new up-to-date stock at Wholesale prices. In justice to yourself you must take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to save from 30 to oil per cent on ail your purchases. NUFF SED. This is the Famous Wagner Go-Cart Only cart with springs uiider the seat Only one rec- ommended by physicians. Only one car- rying positive guarantee. All styles in- cluded in this Great Sale. Oilcloth and Linoleums The prices will BOOH clean out our stock of these goods. Sec for yourself. STANDARD FURNITURE COMPANY HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPPOSITE MORRIS THEATRE SCHOOL TEACHERS UNIONS ILLEGAL FRENCH GOVERNMENT PLACE A LIMIT ON TIME FOR D1SSOLV- JNG SUCH ORGANIZATIONS Paris, Sept- time limit Jor thn school teachers to dissolve Xheir unions, as ordered by the cab- inet because they had expressed sym- pathy wiff. anti-military propas.iiid- is'ts has expired. Thirteen unions have notified the minister oi itluca- lion that they had obeyed the minis- terial decree and live declared :hry avoiitfl resist it. Oi the twenty unions remaining, there some delay lie- fore deciding, on the ground that .the holidays prevented the unions meeting. Some members of the Tesigned without dissolving the un- ions, and some have taken sLeps to ionn new unions. These unions were formed in end they were modelled along the lines oi regular trade unions. Thn government's vifnv, however, always has been that school tracliprs are civil .servants and as such have jio h'gal right, to form any unions other than limited .Siriclly (o professional ;iiiairs. WAS ONiy ONE AGAINST THE GAS Brooks, Aka., Sept. lone ratepayer voted agaanat the gaa bylaw in the town election today, and hence the Western Canada Light, Heat and Power Co. will pipe the town from their well located here. The raws will be tho same as the Calgary rates. The gas well here was located a year or so ago, and has been giving a strong, steady flow. It was secured by the C. P. R. and the depot and buildings are heated and illuminated from that source. The company se- cures a twenty-year franchise, and will commence to pipe the town at once. CANADA SHOULD HELP MORE London, Sept. W. .1. Mey- ers, senior director and secretary of Dr. Baniardo's Homes, sails for Can- ada, on September 1.9, on the Sicilian, in charge of an emigrant party of two hundred hoys and girls. The princi- pal object of Rev. Jlr. Meyer's visit is to advocate the claims of the in- stitution to Canadian support, which hitherto lias been very little. -Mr. Meyers brings personal introductions from the Bishop of Durham, Preben- dary Wfthh-Peploc. of St. Paul's Cath-1 edral; Lord strathcona. Dr. Clitloru and Kev. F. H. Meyer, two well-known liaptlst leaders, and others. C P. R. ICE-HOUSE BURNED j Moose -Ian. Hask.. Sept. HCanndlan I'acifle. Hallway's ir.-.house, ion Klrst avenue, was to'ally destroy i c-ii hy fire, at this morning. -The is tf.-i aled at. RANGE will give you cook- irig and baking satisfaction and save its cost in i few McClarys PEN PICTURE OF THE CANDIDATES TAFT A FAILURE WILSON A REAL LEADER WITH STRONG CONVICTIONS London. Sept. 12. The London Daily Mail prints the following by "Anglo-American" on its editorial page under the licading, "The failure oi Tail." "Tail, we know pretty well by now to be u rather dull, unimpressive President, singularly maladroit in his j political tactics, well meaning and I not without, some stock of executive i efficiency, but flabby in his oonvic-) lions, indecisive in his actions, With' no instinct for leadership nor. for judging public opinion (or compre- hending the unrest which is agitating! the society of which he is the chief, magistrate. "It is a pitiable ending oi that which at four years ago ha.l every promise of heinc; a fruitful presidency. He, has proved an exampled failure, and America will never again commit its fortunes lo his keeping.-" j Concerning Wilson, "AnRlo-Ameri-j can" says "He is a sort, of Cham- j berlainize.il Balionr whose convict ions i are founded on reflections, are stub- j bornly held and trnnshtU'd into acts; witii the directness of a real leader j of men. He is the candi- date now making an appeal for the j suffrage of the American people." j The proposed gas plnni. for Reislnn phonl! 1294 3l3-13th St. N. will cost hall milllou. i SENTENCED TO ELECTRIC CHAIR ORGANIZE FOR SELF PROTECTION BRITISH BOND HOLDERS OF AM- ERICAN RAILWAY SAY ROAD IS MISMANAGED London, Sept. 12. A committee of first mortgage bondholders of the Wis- 1 p'loyii Allen and his nephew, Claude, cousin, Minnesota and Pacific rail-, two leaders of the gang that shot road is being formed to protect their up the Hillsvillc court house, were interests in consequence of announced brought into court yesterday and sen- jion-payment of the October coupons, j tenced to the electric chair Nov. The bonds were in London in! 22nd. They were found guilty of innr- TWO MEMBERS OF NOTORIOUS ALLEN GANG TO PAY PEN- ALTY OF C.RIMES Wytheville, Sept. 12. SIR GEO. REID HAPPILY GREETED in! 1005 on the security of a traffic con- ilcr in the first degree several weeks tract with tin; Chicago and Great I ago. The trial of Young Victor Allen, Western railroad. The latter road was! charged with complicity in the same FOR PLUMBING, HEATING AND HARDWARE GET OUR PRICES MAPLE PAINTS VARNISHES THK HKST ON TIIK .MAKKUT Hart Patterson Co. subsequently reorganized, but it still hound by ihe contract. A rail- way expert who examined the posi- tion of tile bondholders -on liehalf of the London issuing house, reports thtit tile present, management of the Chicago ami Great Western have not fully complied with the terms of the1 lease otherwise the earnings wonldi have. Seen ample to cover the interest on the bonds. i innrdcr-s, was continued today. WANTS WOMAN DETECTIVE Kdmonton. Sept. city com-! missloners have considered favorably j the application for a woman police-1 man from li. It. Cbadwlck. siipnrln-. ler.dent (H negli-cled Chad-1 has to name a suit-1 able jierson, and tiu- mixtfer will be, refe.rretl to the Council. Ohadwiclt' claims that ihe work of liis depart-, mem among Ihe wayward girls can lie cnrrloil on Iwtler by :i female detci'-1 live than by one of the rougher NOTABLE OVATION PAID AUST- RALIAN COMMISSIONER BY CHICAGO BUSINESS MEN Chicago, Sept. Geo. Reid, Australian High Commissioner to London was the object of a notable j ovation today when lie arrived iu j Chicago and later at Ihe Hotel l.a- salle, where he made his appearance- i as Ihe principal guest at a luncheon given by Chicago Association of Commerce, and presided over by Ed- ward (lore, wiio headed a delegation .of that organization which visit.nl Winnipeg iind otiier Western Canadian points a few weeks ago. The distinguished father of the. An- tipodean commonwealth was accom- panied by Lady Reid, and they will remain in Chicago until Sunday us the guests of the Tlrilish Kropire Ai- sociation of Illinois. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE SUFFRAGETTES TO MEET IN BUDAPEST Budapest. Hungary, Sent. seventh international woman 'm'ffra gctte, congress is to bo held in Buda- pest, in 1913, frrin June In to 20. The civic authorities of this city have con- Irihutcd hronon to tho funds of Hie coiiKrcss, and other cities and provinces linvo responded generously to appeals tor monny which have linen mnile by tins Kinanufl coininlttce. Thu ministry of tomnierco and ministry of agriculture have both rendered vtU- liable fiminnlnl ;