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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHPrtlPCE DAILY jlJERAtp FHIDAY, SRl'TRMBER 22, Threshers' Supplies As in. past years, this sfoiT is prepared to supply t.hiTshiiig outfits with the equipment expected of a. well .stocked hardware store. The goods are riii'ln and the priees are rijrht. There is money saving value in ench ariiele. Threshers' Tank Pumps Yellow Jacket- Suction Hose. 2 in x-20 1't. 10.00 Four Ply -Rubber Belt ing': 1 inch, per loot 5 inch, per foot (j incli. fool TluTi-lsei-.s Cable, one only Engineers' Supplies ant! Tools of All Kinds Complete Stock of Batteries and Kpark Plug's. Binder Whips. Each Htc Cut out and paste in your telephone directory as name does not appear in last directory. V.. Hardware C. W. GRAY HARDWARE, 310 5th ST. S. LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA TORIES IN CARLETON, N.B. Accepting Fees, He Says', Nothing Else-Hut "Pure and Simple ..Graft" St. John. N. P., Sept. Franklin .Smith, recently appointed minister of public works, and S. Suttoti. the Conservatives, were fleet- ed to the New Brunswick legislature today in ihe'Carleion county Uyfe-elec. lion. Messrs. Smith and Suttou, each Winnipeg. Sept. Robert hHd a clear majority over the opposi- Kogers completed his evidence before lion candidates, Andrew McCain tlio Agricultural college commission and George L'liham. a former j thU afternoon with a brief statement, member of the legislature. .Mr. Mc-iiu the course of which he attacked Cain was third in ttui total vote, lie the right of judges to'accept fees for having less ballots marked for] presiding over such inquiries.- Ho i him than were polled for Hon. Mr. called the attentiou of Mr, .Justice Smith. Mr. Sutton. who was uomiii- Gait, the commissioner, to the judges' ated to Hike the place of Donald Mun- ro, after the fatter had accepted government position, polled 173 votes more than did .Mr, McCain. bye-election was necessitated act, and said: ".While the report is current on the street that those engaged in. these commissions have been paid lange _____ sums of money, 1 cannot believe tbat j by the resignation of Hon. John M or-1 such is the case. I would be. very i rlssey. miuister of public works in j sorry to believe that such was the i the "Ccmservative -government case, because under the law should 190S until the first of this year. Mr. any money be received by any judge Mqrrissey's resignation" was brought it would undoubtedly repreeent noth- about by the dismissal of Harry M. hug but pure and simple graft." Blair, former deputy minister, follow- "if yOU g0 on with the language of ing' a secret investigation aud disclo- sures marie by Blair. Mr. Blair has taken a prominent part in the opposi- tion campaign. A previous attempt to fill the vacan- cy in the cabinet was made by appoint. nient of Hon. H. G. Mahoney. He was defeated" in Westmoreland on May 30. Mr Mahoney continued to hold office for' three month's, although not a member of the legislature, until the appointment soniL ago. of Mr. Smith just one HE ME _____ j 'Owing to'the. very important mat- ters to be discussed at the general (meeting of thejBoard of Trade, every LAWYER WOUNDED RAILWAY CRISIS ENDS j member-is urged to be present to- Toronto Sept "l.-Word has been! London. Sept. 20.-Therailway a report on the street l is arising out of demands of the men (today that the C. P. R- new time.table for'an increase of 10 shillings a week j for the winter makes no change in cl liv Ms mother here that t- "_' "'J Lieut. .Uharles Arnold -Grant, for'an increase or 1 sngs a weefor te wner maes n in their wages, has been settled on i the passenger service at is. be member of tBe lirih of Parlee. Grant, m tneir wages, iias uwu uu me passeugei wi.. and coipnany Edmonton, has been the basis of doubling tne war oomis.i There is SHU a mouth before the new wounded" in the arm. He studied law-! This is a compromise, giving the men schedule goes'into effect, but if-Leth- -iiiaif riiP In shillings demanded. hrirft-p is en me to eaiu anything a in Winnipe AUCTION SALE At 301 "th Avenue South On Saturday, September 23 AT 2 P. M. FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY MRS. J. W. BARTLETT, WILL SELL BY PUB- LIC AUCTION -AND RESERVE" A SMALL ASSEM- BLAGE OF Household.-Furniture and Effects Including buffet, dining laole, set diners in Mission Oalf mission Dak arm chair, mission Oak rocker, drop head sewing machine, marble mantel clock, pair of fine engravings, two Land- seer prints, carpet square, fringed rugs, oak dresser, child's cot. drop side, complete with mattress, two single beds complete, one full-sized bed complete, kitchen "range. in good order. .Edisoif Hornless Phonograph, with forty records, set dishes, glass- ware, crockerv, kitchen utensils, etc. Included In this sale by request: Three solid brass tngliah beds, unite new. .TERMS CASH. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 414 4TH AVE. bridge is going to gain anything protest must be made immediately, and tonight is the time to do It. Other matters 'to be discussed are the proposed excursion to Foremost and Stzikom in connection with the fair at the latter place; the plans for the V. F. ,A. convention, here next i winter, aiitf other business which has i been before the council of the board. The meeting starts at S.30. (CONTINUED FROM FEOST PAGB) BELTING MR. THEESHERMAN, we fan supply you with any size, ami make of Belting and it cer- tainly will pay you well totget acquainted with our prices. Gaudy Thresher Belts Canvas. Leather-; Belling Tents Pulley Lagging Tarpaulins Rubber-Belting Camp'Cots Canvas Belting Leather Punch Lace Leatner Knives Horse Blankets :THERE'IS NO GUESSING AS TO PRICE OR QUALITY The Alberta Saddlery tmt inA CICTU t VTMMRinftF PHONE 794 306 FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE the agent's commission they receive. "We should have connected with our immigration organization a well- established bureau, which would look after the immigrant at the point of origin and whiefc would not "allow the to drift from one place Lo :another when he Reaches this side.. A and labor [bureau would bVihe yleal thing." Avoid Land Srip -Referring' to' of return- ed soldiers, Baron Shaughnessy said: "Whatever the policy of ihe Govern- ment may be in assisting our soldiers to the land I sincerely tr.ist that the old policy of land scrip will be avoid- ed. It never accomplished any good. It did not encourage or develop set- furnished a magnificent field for tlie speculator. Whatever should ne done for our soldiers should be with a view, to placing the soldier himself on the land and to give him .assistance that will enable him foi I the first few years to carry on his work successfully, after that time he should be able to take care of him self. "Another mistake to be avoided is j the sending of new-comers to far-off j rural districts, li -subjects the new settler to the greatest possible degree] of privation, and causes unnecessary expenditure in the way of providing these people with transportation fa- j cilities, the is for these people to settle districts where I there are already a reasonable degree! of transportation facilities provided." j Farm Education Proper education of the farmers was another .matter of great ance, his lordship said, he said it. i made a big difference, to the country iwhether tlie farmer got from his 100 per cent, or only 50 per cent, of j its productivity. In this connection hp. honed to see the day when every country, school would have its plot of: cultivable land. He strongly urged j the importance of concentrating set- This would lead to' great' economies; particularly by enabling j the country to avoid the multiplies-j ttpn of .branch lines. It would also be' much better for the settlers '.them- selves and he had no doubt would he the means of eventually saving mil- lions, to the country. that sort 1 shall stop you." interrupt- ed the commissioner. "Under the law this is so clear anil listiuct that it requires no continued Mr. Rogers. "How about the recent commission nt asked the commissioner. "I am glad you called my attention to that. The cases are not at par- allel. The government was so careful that it would not appoint the com- mission until it went to parliament for full sanction." Rebuke By Commissioner The commissioner: "1" appreciate that, but it seems to me a little late for any minister of .the crown to come up .here and instruct judges in their duty, when commissions have aeen going on for years with, it .must lie admitted, necessity and very great good... Don't you think that any instructions shoufd come from the minister of justice and not from Air. Rneprs: "I.am not zivi.ne in: structions. I am, merely pointing out the law." Tlie commissioner: "I think you are exceeding your functions.'' Mr. Rogers: am merely ing out what I thoiiGht you would be glad to hear." Rogersian. jgnpcence "1 want to declared the miuis- ter, "that during my-13 years as min- ister of public works ju this province I am sure ,110 'man, no contractor, can that r% improper ..act: ia'fqohnectio'jr with i- work. Whatever was.decided up- was by recon'iniendation .of .the chief architect. I want to make that i clear so that it will not be mitvpre-1 sented and misunderstood throughout the country.'1 f c Mr. Rogers then attention of Commissioner Gait.to the judges' act, framed by. the combined wisdom of Canada .with the desire of. placing the judiciary'on a pedestal, and with the de'sire to niak'e it clear "that any humble citizen going before such a court would feel that he would receive full justice. With this object the sal- aries for judges were placed at what was then recognized as. a high figure, anil judges 'were provided for for life. "What I desire to he contin- ued, "is to draw youc attention to a clause in that.act'which I regard as relevant to this anil other commis- sions: Section 33 of'.the judges' act, in the revised statutes of 1906.'? Mr. Rogers then read the. clause, _tp the effect that'judges should engage in no occupation or business other than their judicial duties." "It is Mr. Rogers went on, "from its wording that no more flag- rant violation at the law of our coun- try could be possibly cqmmittetf than that by judges who nave presided over the various here. Per- haps you have folloffed and to'.that'extent have been led-astray." CONCERNS WILL PAY NE-W BUSINESS TAX Ottawa. Sept. L'l. According to; the returns received by tiie finance j department from business firms i throughout Canada, the to.tal number] of companies which will be obliged to: pay the business tax will.be approx-i innately According 'returns which, have been made there is every indication that of .revenue estim- ated by the finance minister for the year's operation of the Milk Talks IS THE FOOD VALUE OF A GLASS OF MILK? A glass of milk is about equal to 2 large eggs. a large serving ot lean meat 2 moderate-sized potatoes. 5 tablespoon full? of cooked "i cereal, 2 tablespbonfula of oiled rice, or 2 slices of breftd, Milk a Cheap lis one of the cheapest foods on 'the market! It is also one of the most easily digested. It is _vftry nrmnshine. and may be In a number of different wavs as ctiatards. puddings, 'sauces, '-Ice cream; etc. Is Pasteurized Milk Nu- milk is just aa digestible -Just as nutritious as ran milk What is the Great Advantage of tion saves lives and sicknesR." OUR MILK 18 PASTEURIZED AND CLARIFIED. Our Calgary Branch Wai Awarded First Prize for Boiler At The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" TheCrystal Dairy Limited PHONE 197( THE FALL FASHION SHOW Will Be At Its Best Saturday LOVELY Comfort Coats, Stylish Tailored Suits, Crepe-de-chine Waists, Smart Serge and Tweed Skirts. Also the Newest Colorings and Weaves in Costume Cloths by the Yard. DON'T MISS SEEING OUR DISPLAY OF FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE I WE HAVE THE GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICE Rich Sealette and Plnsli Coats, P5 and Fine Quality Lustre Silk, Sealette lined throughtout Soft Chinchilla Coats and Colon -Brown, Grey, Navy, and Black. All standard itylei. Scotch and English Tweed Coats and Every Price a bargain. Big assortment of stylet Ladies' Black Beaver ami Broadcloth Coats and Belted or plain, full back styles, in tailored .GIRLS' COATS. IN TWEEDS AND CHINCHILLAS Sizes 6 years Sizes-7-to 12 years to Sizes 14 to 18 years to FINELY TAILORED SUITS In Poplins, and Tweeds. Serges Poplins, and Mixed Tweeds at Gaberdines at.......H25 and HABTJTAI AND CREPE-DE- CHENE WAISTS, and We Are Showing a Nice Variety of Stunning Styles and'Beautiful Colorings in EVENING GOWNS-V Colors, Ivory, Rose, Pink. White, and Black. Prices run at COSY EIDERDO'N KIMONAS Oriental and Floral Designs, in all .the-suitable rioea at M.OO. 18.00 and DRESS MATERIALS BT'tHE YARD Are Here In a Wonderful Range of Colorings and Qualities to Suit every desire. COSTUME VELVETS Black, Navy, and Nigger Brown CA to.................... CORDUROY VELVETS In rich finish. All colors and Mack. 75C, Jl.OO and 'M-In. CHIFFON TlFFETA Black, Green; Brown, Maize, Pink, Navy, Bel- gian Blue, and Gray. A splendid wear- (hi JJA ing A Good Time Now to Select Your Furs Very reasonable in price, in fact you will fine) them much better value than heretofore. You will alib appreciate the change in stylet. Make i selection now, and we will hold them for you. WE ALSO SHOW MINK AND PERSIAN LAMB AT PRICES THAT ARE LOWER THAN USUAL BLACK FOX MUFF AND ANI- MAL SCARF, The set...... CANADIAN COON MUFF AND SCARF The set .NATURAL LYNX MUFF AND ANIMAL SCARF The sot DARK CANADIAN MUSK RAT MUFF NECK AA set BLACK WOLF MUFF AND AN- IMAL SCARF The set NATURAL WOLF MUFF AND FANCY SCARF The set A Very Finp Silk Sweater at .Best Silk'coat value, in Kose, Navy, Also stripes in White, .Rose and White and Black anti While. French' Kid (ilovcs, Guaranteed White, Black, Tan and Gray At per pair, and .'.T Silk Hosiery ot Quality In all leading shaden and black Prices froni "5c up to FALL UNDERWEAR Stocks are well atcorted in Combination and Two-Plecc Sulti for Women and .Chj'lejrcn- also carry a nice Underwear, at prices you will find loweit. Women's fall Oonibijiaiions Children's -.Toe. at; Boys' JMh1, All the Better Gradei in all tlzep Simpson ;