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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, September 12. 191 THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pajre 5 TAMING THE MILITANT Suffragette Chained In a Box in England; Latest Method for Subduing the She Doesn't Seem to'Care Nick Rahol of Fernie is Unde Arrcit' as Cold Storage Plant So'pt morning at Ctrlit's Omrohj. by tie Rev. W. n. MfH'.Aula Shilling WM mar. tied to'Mr. Perry, of Crow's Pais Coal Co. ofrke. The hap- coupto left for 'an extended trip la eastern Canada and the.States, via the Qraftt'Xoxtiiern Railway. .Word hfis been of death oi J. H. MoEwnn in Toronto. She loft Accompanied by her hus- baud two-vrceJcB ago, hoping that n, oKonffe o' climate would be beneficial to her JiMiitli. 'and the news of liar death a: great shook to her many friends.- 11 Is reported rlhat Mr. McEwsn IE also seriously having beon stricken with paralysis. In a over the division of prope rty fo1 lowi ng a separation, Nicholas a Syrian, brutally as- saulted .bis wife yesterday. She died lii the hospital this morning, nnhol was arrested, charged wllh murder. I Coroner -Wlllccs has ordered an in-' ijuefit. Owtns'lo ehortnge of cars, the Crow's have beon idle two ehiru this Treek. Many of tbe mtaere welcome a holtday.'as it 1 lias .been a steady grind vim tbcm for aertral nionthe, Mr. -AMniam Fmnftcl, Pincher Creole, .tiaa been in Uie clt yfor the raat with tbe city council and board of trade relative lo tbe establishment of a cold storage and If satisfactory arrange- ments can be mada a building will be erected at once. This will give em- ploy to eh t- to about twenty men and the force will be gradually incrased. A party" of about twenty-five young people drove lo -Morrisaey last even- ing lo a dance held In Stevns hotel. Sir, Fletcher, government ftult hflfi been "officially en gRgsd In Fcrnl for the past (ow days. the Jasl of hia grain through the thresher spout, and several cars already on tho way to eastern raan- kele. Mr. N, H. JJurray, of Wilson Sid Ing Is. highly pleased.'with Uls 1913 crop, atid has even' right to be not ouly pleased, but. proud, for ho has a record, all round. He thresh od close to bushels ot iarlo> that uveraged fifty, buahela to. the acre, and for which he has lieen offerr od by a local firm, ftftjr two cents a bushel. But }lr. Murray has not sold. He thinks'tiat ho can got raore than thai, and if he doesn't he'will llkol feed it. It is two-rowed variety, and of. excellent color, weight. Mr. 'Murray has BhliipeJ Ills ilax, fo'jr carloads ot It that went-twenty bus- hels .to the acre. "Ho has' also sold some premium that- >ic Lbbut twenty bushela to the aereT_and sold for'73 cents, Oats yielded "about flfiy bushels, and ono of tju; fiEest crops ever raise J tu acuthern Albsrta. In spite of the fact that Mr. Murray raised an excellent crop wheat ho says thst he Is going to quit raising tt and go'in for barley nud bo'jjs. A year ago last April Sir. Murray started into nog bur 'with four sows." And be can hardly bellore hlra'self that he has now 15 J, and be bus sold worth of pork besides. There are a good many farmers who may wonder how Mr. Murray has succeeded in raising the Be wonderful >p9, and tnay dubious when told I hat summer fallowing tymed tho tricfc. It simply an example of what southern Alberla soil and clim- ate will do-when given, half a chance. Mr. Murray IB perfectly satisfied wllh liifa part of tho province, and Is to remain here. TO DISCUSS CENTENARY CELEBRATION Tlegina, SasV., Sept. WON ship Mayor Martin has called a meet- Ing of tho citizens for next. Tuesday to discuss Miat part Keglna will tako In thn celebrallpn of Ihe century-of ice between tho British Kmplre and Ihc United States. The meeting-Is called at the request ol K. W, Scam- niell, of OUawa. v Those'who failed to get served during last Saturday's rush, when we made our astound- ing offey 0f an extra pair of pants free with every sail of clothes or overcoat, will have jiist QME more opjportimity-tomorrow-from .8'a.EI. till the' store closes at 10 o'clock. !'W MAN WILL AVOID CLASH WITH TRANSIENT TRADERS BYLAW All that Ray K. King had lo do n order to 'get by Ihc city bylaw the transicot trailer, was lo ranttc to' sell more goods. King been 'shipping iri Iruil by the car Md Ironi'Spokare.'and selling It lo he wholesalers here for less lhan he kholcsate. fruit rompanifs charg- I. Hul lie soli! II lo Iheni in small out ot the-carj and ttius mailc 'flf -a transient trailer, lie was up by tho city oflicials fdr nit "Mr. King will liaie. to stop selling 'rom a car, hut he continw to ship "in carload lots lo the ivholc- j salers, having cnch car invoiced the buyer, thiis being In a position to ii.CTCase his sntfs. He is no long- er a transient trailer, hut n travel- ling salesman, representing the North Pacific Fruit Distributors ct Spokane, narl the O. H. Kobinson company of (Jrnnti Korfcs, X. King has been soiling ihiefly to the wholesalers, and this morning or- dcred his shipments invoiced Jircci lo (lie buyers. Mr. that he believes in the merchants protect-: S ing theinscHcs, and was ready pay Ihc llccnje had it been sar'y. CBOP CONDITIONS IDEAL I'rince Albcrl, SasV., Sept. ;J ft of prevails todny ngain.'. ensuring fairness of Ittenl conditloiis for hirrrylns IhresSiri operations, i There is ho "ifs and "bufs about this only one order MUST be placed between 8 a.m. and 1O p.m. to-morrow. The pri- vileges of the biggest tailoring establishment in Canada are yours. Walk in and select JNY suit- ing or overcoating in the shop, your measure is taken antf we will make vou the finest suit or overcoat money can an extra pair of pants TO YOUR ORDER FOR Mail Order Department Out of town Men. Get in on this Free pant p ro pps i tio n. Write for bur easy self-measu- ring chart, samples, fashion plate and styles; All .orders mailed and bearing the post mark of: 13, 14, and 15 Sept., 1913, will be granted the pri- .yilege ot free pants WE POSITIVELY WELL NOT REPEAT THIS OFFER: On Monday and Tuesday, Regular customers came into the store and pleaded with us to extend the Free Pants offer, as they were absolutely unable to get into the store on Saturday. We were forced to refuse, but at their earnest solicitation, we have consented to renew the offer for tomorrow is absolutely and irrevocably the last day this season you can buy a Scotland Woolen Mills Suit or Overcoat at with an extra Pair of PANTS of the same material FREE. REMEMBER, you have unreserved choice from the greatest selection of fabrics ever imported from the old worsteds, blue cloth in the store Your suit or overcoat is ready-made or cut to your measure in our tre- mendous new workrooms. And the extra pair nf pants is from the suilin? vou .IU5T PAIR OF PANTS FROM A JOB-LOT THROWN IN. We have no connection with auy othor stort, so don't mistake tho sliop, 401 otli St. South. And mistake the up to 10 o'clock at night. lH! MOD lifcnsc. Anil he islOnly n litlle of (ho oal and bariuy ;1 i going II, (or Ihc rcrcalhj to be cut. No damage uui ii.cliiiiJ Siksiuvn. "Oir, 404 Fifth Street, South, Lethbridge Phone 1858 ;