Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBEIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, September 2o, 191 Motion Describing Him as an Incompetent Was Tabled for Discussion won't us acy harm; it won't do us much good." ait is P. Burns' of the new tariff on cattle adopted by the VulteJ States f.overuiuenL Un Mr. Bums qualifies Ms state- r.ieut by saying ttiM itie new market hcaldii't do much just yet. be- cause has nj cattle to sell. and prices hero are about ou a par with those paid across the line. It will te quite a while before Alberta has cattle for-exjiort trade. When tbal time he fays, cattle trill s OD an export basis, i' having the Seyi- resolution calliuj Tor ihe resignation of Hon. T. Croihsrs, lainisttr rl l-ibor. has teen tabled al tie trades and ial-cr constfiS of Canada, uhich !s lakisg tbls week at Moniwat It will probably cone up for o? Friday ft'ttrcooa ar.il early on Satur- day rnomlDs, iho siMy-uisifc resolution ou the IL't. Delegate C. W. Ferry, of Torer.to. photoeuc ravers' union No. Ss rcs- for the rosd-lSon Trbieh reads as follows: "Whereas, during the strike ot tbe photoec gravers in Toronto aod Mon- treal, the union two thousand dollars in assisting the Hon. M. CTO- thers and his to enforce section 37, pan 1. of the immis ration id, that through bis inability to ful- fill Ms offlce it allowed Justice Gra- ham In the superior court of HaWss jlncreaswl Mock in Alberta, to rentier tie said sectou useless poultry, hogs ani cattle will C-anadUn orgentsations at large, be1 It therefore jesolved. thta iti snonven- Uon, through Its proper ask the for the rcsisaarlDD of the said minister, go that the of- fices mcy be filled, by someone be a person capable uudtr- guiiding and helping the laboring men of Canaaa .in times of their troubles, as tiial department was or- Iglcally Intetded for." I. BMECIN SIR WILFRID LAUR1ER WENT TO MONTREAL TO DISCUSS THE SITUATION IN CHATEAUGUAY Muntrejl, Sept. re- ceipt ol a Lurried call Sir Wilfrid came here this im-ming lo consult with the l.ilrrals about the Chateiu- i guay situation and ihr advisability ol his uarticiiuiion ia the fistit. The .ibcral roaientsoD (cr I'liattauguay will le !.eld on Monday. E. McOow- wil! be the Liberal candidate. Hon. Sidccy Kisher went to Ottawa tliis [noruifi.e and was in consulta- tion Sir Wilfrid t.aurier, Una. MacKeniie ar.d llou. Charles Murphy, lit tcturnrd here this morn- ing vith Sir Wilfrid and Hoa. Mae- Keazie King. American market open "ill tend to keep prices up to the Chicago level. Mr. Huras arrived in the city this morning going to spend a couple at dayg on his Milk Rtver ranch. H Is most cpiirals'k- for the outlook for mike Alberta a rich province, he ill' Seek Re- versal of Coutts Line Service iCoQttnutd From Front Pagel__ reason why Lethbiitlge people should -bavo to pay a fare to Macleod in der to buy an eicursion ticket. "THE PAHCKLS POST Parcel Post- was also discussed and Mr. De Maia assured .the merchants "thai the Dominion council ha I ifcn Hon. Mr. Pellctlef and he had given proioise that the Tsysffm would te so defined that big order houses VouM not enjoy an When the system coma 'into chect the caper trill'be- former- chants to develop a parcels post ..r.css, say- within a radius :25 mues oi their city or (own. 1 Mr. Mara was the pnocipal speaker last night and he told some- thing o! tbe great work already ac- CMn'plUbed by the Dominion council. four successful attacks c-n legislation at- Ottawa. Both Mr. De Mara Bucknall ab'.e speakers and presented the claims of the association on the in a-.most coDvincing mas- r.er. A large percentage oi the local mtrcbants have jointd, and .lining vp. There isn't much doubt but tbat it can be. made a forcelul factor in advancing tte interests of the merchants of I.ethhiidje. Mr. J. W. Bawdea, president, was in the chair and expressed p'easuit at tbe fine atteridacce, aod also at nlj fuitiisJies land and seed, and jays partly for" plowing but -grain to the elevator. Such "generosity is not known elsewhere and the absentee landlord has a good-si zed -grievance when he discovers that the tenant has not kept laith-Mr.- Cloodetiuugh believes in suinmcr-fallowing as a means of liolding giving the land a rest. He believes in a. good thick stanrt as ir.e best weed choker, for-if the seeJ is sown thin the weeds arc bound the "vacant space. >Ir..Good-enousti is a fine type of- successful farmer and thinks Southern Alberta is a splendid agricultural on three dives "frixn a Itfw bo ftve feet lour Inches and from a h! board 17 feet. The general; tonn played by. the competitors was v closb." H. .J. Jobaneeoa ol Swed took second place, with H..B. P of who b'ae held the- cbi nlonshlp for the last fojr th DIVING CHAMPIONSHIP, London Sept. 24, J. Gailseik, of won the Knsllsh diving charapfonahlp at Hotfjorn Baths tills evening. The judges decided the Poverty is.' always a disgrace w it. drinks and borrows money. j An altruist is a man ivho carrie ari umbrella all day ar.d is gla'l didn't rain, because a whole lot oi people haven't oti) urnhrellas. Just a few days more And the greatest sale in the history of Lethbridge.will be over FIREMEN'S CAPS or Stripe WOOL UNDERWEAR Keg. -51.50; going........ 7bc.. WOOL SOX Jlcg. JJOc, going 15C. PANTS AtoiH pairs going nil SUITS NV.-cr bclorf and nerer again ulll you buy Suits at such low prices. We arc clcarlug Ititm ol Ues than S5.U5 tip to smore Below are just a few prices.to give you an idea of the bargains We are going to clear the balance ot trie stock at any price in the next tew days. Do not wait until it' is too late. See us Friday and Saturday. SWEATERS: The assortment in the clly al actual cost, from- PRESIDENT SUSPENDERS Only a i'oxv left at 3te SHOES UN'ION -.MATIR r HATS Keg. SSJ'iuid for llcg. 82.50 for !jil.45- Keg. 2.25 for Opposite McKeown Hardware Co. The Lethbridge Clothing House Look for the Sign of Ravent at 403 Fifth Street South Sent Sadowtki Prop.