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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTTRKIDOE D AltY TTEK ALT) Hi, -.1012, hust the way it started-LIKE A WHIRLWIND. It couldn't do anything ehe, because everything in the store 'JUSt the Way Carries a Price on the Red Tag that Simply Cannot Be Resisted -nul iiul-o-iiifr-bv the crowd, who us on Saturday, it is going to be reduced so thai wc.eiiu move it easily and quickly. The buyers i: "UP or Vthau this space in Uu- paper, hecriuso they all realise, tkat this is a (Jcmime Sale, ake our word .lor ,t e.H.er. Come o-rmilao-s ibeult the lied Sale Tag. and judge Tor yourself. We Positively Wuarnnti'c lhat every thing has beeu cut Irom '20 to oO per cent SURELY A HARVEST OF GENUINE BARGAINS Brass Beds A cood heavy Bed: ha? a two-inch post and is strongly built throughout. .finished, bright or satin. Moving Sale Price SI 7.UU Rattan Chairs and Rockers All our Rattan Goods cut below factory prices. All nice new designs; something that is needed in every home. Prices. Royal Oak Dresser Three drawer style, with a bevelled British plate mirror. Mov- ing Sale S3.0U Certainly Pndit here for us_____________ _actras- Scrims- Curtain Nets All this iiatterns and colors, including the Popular Bung- alow Xets. All u-oinir at One-Third oil' (he Kcg'iilar Pi-ice. Even if you don't need them now, you will later on. so take advantage of this special price while you can. White Iron Bed Complete.. With yood woven wire sprin'e; and Iress; all full size v. Only, a Few Left Shorts Ends of Linoleum From two to six yards in length, good qualities and be cleared out hall'.thq regular pviee. Do not forget that the biggest bargains are the first to be picked GET HERE EARLY Tell the conductor to let off'at the corner of 4th Ave. and 5th St. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPPOSITE MORRIS THEATRE PENSION TO WIVES PRISONERS MUST FACE MURDER CHARGE Radical Demand Made by the Trades and Labor Congress Guelph, Ont, Sept. being In session till midnight discussing re- solutions, the Trades :tnd Labor Con- gress resumed their sessions :it eight. o'clock this morning. There are still a A ad of resolutions to be considered they will have to be put through T, nil'-unusual speed if tho CocarfeSi as to wind up tonight. Delegate Winning of "Winnipeg: suc- rpeded in passing a resolution disap- proving of the use oi concrete and asking the government to order stone to be used in construction work on The Welland Canal and other works. Resolutions were aiso endorsed ask- ing lor the repeal of the law retiuir- ins candidates for parliament to make t deposit and ihft passing of ;i law forbidding the employment oC white girls in Chinese restaurants. THE WORLD'S WORK OEPEHDS ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION "From the captain of industry to the hod milady in the auto to the woman with the scrubbing the accomplishments of every one of us depend absolutely on tbe accomplteh- incuts of our stomachs. Backed by, a pood digestion, a.man can give best that is in him. When his stomach fails, be becomes weakling. To'this loss no one'need submit. Right habits of eating, '-drinking, sleeping and aided Na-Dru-Co Dysptpsia Tablets, will restore and maintain the full euicieiicj of the human mind and body. Ka-Dru-Cp Dyspepsia Tablets contain tht> active principles nbedcd the digeslion''of.every.kind of footl.. They KP 'to the assiiitanrc weakened '.stomach, and nnablii ihi: .sufTcrcr, riplit from the start, to nud tlie I 'benefit of., the food t-.iteiv- With this the Uifjcstive oiyiuis regain i their tone, and uvf! of the tablets is lit- longer If not tvorkiijg pro- pcrjy, try Tablets. 5cc. at your NV.tional Chemical Co. of Caii.ula, LimiU'd, It was decided to take action to notify British Trades Unionists of all strikes and lockouts in this country so that iliey could not be brought into the country under raise pretences and, used as strike breakers. A resolu- tion disapproving of the Musicians Un- ion demanding pay fpr their members when parading on Labor Day re- jected. A resolution presented by Delegate Joiner, of Calgary, will ask the Dom- inion and Provincial governments to institute the necessary legal machin- ery the administration of the mar- riage ceremony by any justice of tho peace, magistrate or other proper of- ficial, designated the provincial or Dominion governments. The executive will take action ;o secure an eight hour day and a mini- mum wage oi" 50 cents per hour an the.- Quebec bridge. Delegate Hoover of Vancouver ur- ged the Congress to'ask for legisla- tion street railway paniea to give their employees at, least an eight Hour relief in every 24 hours and must, not work their men rnoru than sixteen hours on a stretch. "Delegate Gibbons, Toronto moved an amendment substituting twelve- hours fur eight. On motion of vice president Ban- croft, the question was referred to the provincial secretary of British Colum- bia as such a law -was already in ef- fect in Ontario, A radical resolution was proposed by Delegatus Ilancroft and Waters was carried unaa- oiiHly umiri cheers. It reads: "That the Federal Government, pass an act to be later taken up by thu Provincial govern mom and adaptable to meet the conditions in their respective provinces a pension for widowed and deserted wives, also wives of priaonerB." Tho convention turned down a pro- posal to change tho dale of Labor Day. Tho woman's aiifTragK propaganda was approved and siller tin: uminl vote of the Congress adjourned to meet in .Montreal in 1013. Hamlltun. Ont., Kept. The case of James Bruce, held on a charge of vagrancy in con- noctlon with ihe poisoning of I Rose Ziepe, has laken a suchleu 1 turn, and nest Wednesday iiiCiTiing he will be called upon to answer a charge of munlcv. ]DEFENDED HONOR i OF HIS DAUGHTERS j Merlin riiu-pnyci's votcti four out1 to provide for an ;ith- Ictic but. suncUom-il It, ii HiiiiiUiritun and for hlrei Wealthy Mormon Killed! by Mexlcarl Despoiler Shot j Paso. Texas, Sepr. while duf.ending the huiior of his j i two Mormon daughters wap ihe late! j of Joshua William Stevens, a wealthy j i landowner the colony of j I'achero Ch.i. President .Inniu.s Kom- ney of the Mormon Colonization Com- pany has made a repon to Bishop O. P. Hrov.'n here, giving the deuiiln of the murdor of Slovens at his ranch mine JUKI outside; of Pnt'lieco, in mountains of Wostcrn Cliihualnia. After the oi' the rebel ii for Sonoro a mnnher of the' rebel remained in tho Mor-s npn counu'v. Two oi them cauic! (o i .e of Stevens at, dusk and iie-! natided to see iho two voting itlle more iliari sirl-s. SnapertinK tho of rbe two men, Sioveiirf to the door taking with n iiis V.'hen tho rcljcls imlstud on his diiuKhlurs. Sstfi- by a flrcw.tliem into ilu; urchard with the imeuiion of giving ihe girls a chance to escape. Sus- pecting this one of the Mexicans stabbed him in the back 'with n bayonet and started to run toward the llOUStt. Dying Man Slays Despoilcr lying nn tho grcuml in a dy- ing condition Stevens fired at tha deapofler of his homo and killud him instantly, Tho other one lied. Mm. Slovens, who was in the house tit ihu timo, witnessed thu double killing from her window, and rode to tin; nearest. noiKiibors to give the; alarm. An English Clergyman in Western Canada on a Mission Edmonton. Sept. the jrruseiu period may be looked upon as a critical one in England, the history of the w'ortd will be formed far more by what 'will happen in tlie Far East in the next 10 years than by events at home. N'o one can foretell what happen it" China awakens and iakus It's-place in world's affairs." Kuv.' Krtward Alexander Smart, M. A., canon of and vicar of St. "Matthew's, HayKwaier, now in inontou in advance of Mi Britir.l! clergymen, who will visit Canada with a -iievv to quickening the religious life of the Dominion, said this at All Saints' rectory, wliern be is a guest of Kwv. Archdoac-on H.( A Gray, head of the church of England in the west- ern provinces, adding: "Undoubtedly Great Britain has nu- merous difiu'iilt problems wirii iho labor question, but tnest: now a-re OH nothing compared with what they would lip if China is do- vclopod aloiiK ihe lines which gradually to be tiikhig shape. "if could induce our younger men in to come out to Can- ada, esuc't'fnlly the weaicrn provinces, tlicro he some liopo for thorn in this huid of wonderful opportunity. Vi-sla, the. (l( L. MurgL'r, Si. Thdtna.s, is dead from poinon used as n spray on prtichi'S plums which wore i in [mi led I'roin Labor now is so highly spocialixed in Kngland that it seems futile to bring men in middle life, who are engaged in. these stunting operations, to the Dominion." Canon Sluart has come to Canada with high aims and unbomuUuli hopes. He is arranging for the mission to be conducted by the Hi, Rev. Bishop Jocelyne of Jamaica, Vbo will be hare on September 29. The object is to help the church in its evangelistic j reach those outside the church's organization. J "TbtiE-e who are coming from Eng- he explained, "hope to scy-1 criti of the younger clergymen to as- sist us anil learn our methods, go that they will be able to go on and do j similar work after we have returned home." Asked as to whether ho expected the co-operation of the Presbyterians, Iho CongrcgatloiialistK, the Baptists. Methodists and other Christian churches. Canon Stuart said that was his personal wish, but. he in 'be hands of the local 'whose j wishes had to be considered. "The people received us with great j cordiality, and the services, wore ex- tmncly well attended. At Wellington town hall, in addition to the congre- gation of 3000. there were SOU packed, inlo Hie smaller hail, and (Misist j church cathedral, although llflfllt people, could have licuii Mllc-d iigain and imuin by those who desired tr> come. the Dominion In the HqufluM-n ihe services were reujRrltably well ait-anded, and a abidiiiR Impression was' .y I f" -eaUily assented that as one fiot and sot a broader and better k upon thi- world in the courso juial life and travel, he realized iifier all the ilioolngicitl dil'fer- H and various forms of chirrch r'niiicni wero sin the balanci; as rompim'd lo tlie Kreai. cuntrnl fads of life, the pront. prob- i lems that confronted man and nations and ralb'd aloud for united action nml earnest Canon Stuari, whose slalwart phy- siime of six ;uni si rnnj; face, bnmxod by the HUIIH of ninny lands, do not sliow evidence ol1 his Dfl yuars, is'a native of India, born in'Calcutta in IS53. ti.vc years of age he was taken to where he has since resided except 'during tlie years he was called to Souih Africa and .in other shorter periods when be visited Ceylon, -Malay and the continent of Europe. ".My mission of help to South Af- rica, eight years he said, "was largely confined to Cape Colony. It was undertaken after the war with iho idea of helping the South African church. Sixteen of us went on a sim- ilar mission 10 New Zeahind two years and at the -request of the Jfew church I was asked to be the leader." Besides holding the otlicc of canon of. Canterbury, he has heen vicar of Ht. .Matthews, Hayswater, -the last 19 years, and midday lecturer of St. Mary le Bow since 1888. He is the son nf the late "James Stuart, of Snd- bury Hill. Barrows, and married Em- ily Ada, ilauKhter of John Guy, of Cat- ton House. Norwich. They hare four sons and four daughters. He was educated at. Harrow, 1SUG-72. and or- dained in 187'i. becoming curate of St. Andrews. Thorpe, tho same year. Subsequently ho became vicar of St. James. Hollo'way, wliere he remained 1-1 years, llo was also Jones lecturer at Sf, Marsaret's, Uothlmry, from till IStlS, ontl from'-IUOfi wnMl His jvork, "Children of was published in 1SD2. oming, Utah, Idaho and Dakota, And he may carry Illinois and Ohio. 1 think tliis'completes the row Wilson will carry :ill tlie rest, i do not know much about Rhode Island, but I feel sure Wilson will carry Con- necticut. Why do 1 say Ohio may go for'-Taft? The democrats do hot like the way Harmon was treated. The re- publicans will not be unresponsive lo the appeals of local pride. Taft will be the real candidate there and not Roosevelt, and I think Taft has a good chance of carrying it. although today, of course, it looks far otherwise. In all my calculations" 1 am making some allowance for the .course of campaign. "Tin; colored vo'te is curious! It wa T'.ift- in tiif iiHmaries. It i CHICAGOAN FORECASTS VICTORY FOR WILSON Prediction Made That He Will Carry. Two-Thirds of the States at No- vember Elections Herald -reports an inter- vluw with James Hamilton Lewis, of Chicago. well-known Democratic campaigner, who was deputy chair- in-in of ilit; in which the following forcensi of the l.rtwidoml.Hl uleWiu-ii "If the, election was held today Wil- son would carry Ihree-foiirllw oMhe clnctornl voio. When -it held in November he carry about two- thirds. !iiw.stMfU will strciiKthuii as Mnifi ROM on, one he- oaiifio of i moioontum oT party re- Buhirlty a.id oi all Uio Intlnonccs that nre woldud in the word republican.and Roosevelt because of ihe visor of hia campaign, Hut how :nii" mivu V view tho Held and set- any other result than :i democratic president, a majoi- Ity of 7-ri. In the house, and of 10 to L'O in tlie somite. I cannot romm-PliP "Here Is my estimate ol the line-up of the stales: Jliiuxm'.'tt will wirrv The IJ. R. station at Carticr, Ont-, was burned. .loiin Diinbar. .of- Branluu'd, killed oS the railway. The flics that arc now in your kitchen and dining-room were proba- bly feasting on some indescribable nastincss less than an hour ago, and as a single fly often carries many thousands of disease germs attached to' Us hairy body, it is the duty of every housekeeper to nssist in exter- minating this worst enemy of the human race. kill Hies in such immense quantities as cannot be approached by any other fly killer, ;