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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE iiSTHBBlOGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 'C"!aAyE.A:Ni> ':Mwr.'rHi'LA.L' MAUACiLIIiES hXvb MADJE'REQUEaT, for TH^ ' STREET^ boxes and let-rtn i>|b\)''ery,8ERVICE has not.'t.eUpeeri'fn to ium otW 'ttC' the city ihe goods'iild chattels, likA-Wiee tjje Jooksf and documents; of tie munteipallfy,/' jyjii, vi|la|(e- peoVe Mjl now liaHle,-o� tlifeHni'agSf A^'arilllie poSt'of- iritendea-ohanie, pni LSlKbHdge ftVw-lnolud?s'.j:thc?^ldjfetnln(e totfn.-fso Stat-fordvin^'Mt iolfie�- will' -soon-' be a J;' and"''fliH'|e9ntli.avenue-N'^o�ljl|^gn/dd?,:ky,C-vjin*g: Notorious Rogiers Seems to b Leading Spirit in Shutting off Free Speech (W, A. P. Rop6!-t) Ottawa, April 7.-The debate In ooniinlttee of the whole on the Naval bill authorizing the. expendUurg ot ?35,0OO,00O for purposes of defence was.resumed in the-House,toddy.. The dlocussion was dropped op March 15 after two weeks of o'ontlnuous session, 60 that twenty-three'days'hive elaps ed since the bill lasfr-undsr coni sidelratlon,. Contrajjy 'to'-tha, geherit expectation the Hoxise rose at 11 o'-oloolc, which would "aeem 'to .'indicate that for a few.days at leastithe stt:en. uous, seBSions wlll'iiot be resumed!! -A'fOTlirtg of'intense Interest" prer vailed within, the fioinmons, chamber' when > Premier; Uotden. moved the House intofcommittee tOire&ume. consideration of the bill'. 3Ir Wilfrid Xaurler Immediately iwoauced from his desk, notes p-nd' referenoes, while Mr.. Borden rose without: any notes belope him. His objecfe-'was simply, tOnPUgjieBt to the OpHosUloii, that timg i6�ough. had already heen^ spent on the: deiba^e, *afld that a da^e Should b6, lixed foi- thei third reading.' Sir Wilfrid, replied with,,a set speech -ot* sbmi-leiifetli.-Jii which he' dieclin^d to accede to- thJj request wade^ by the.Premier. ii|o ^{il,d t^at the Btrenoous oppbsltipn wiloh ?had been offered -to the. JjiU .-wd's, due to; the beliif �that the governrfieht proposal w^' bfJt the^beglDnJng of a periuaii-ent policy of bbntrlbullon. Tliat'liei Ing BO, ,the people 'ihould he given aft' (Jp^bHuriltjs to 'pdas^ tipon- the 'qdes-tioh. C . -. , , Premier Borden /d^me'd^ that, this iVftfr ^o:\ He -said' thftt^As- the; phips w0nldinot;be cdm^j'^te un'til aft'er^the nexl general electioh, they' fiiuld- b^ madr a part of a Canadian navy if that, idea prevailed;. _ He .ihtimated that, It was not the intention of the OpjjpBltiop.^ to^fgrce diHSolullon! Th$^ altitude assumed by Sir'Wilfrid Lau-r? iir ,and hU followejjs, he^said, made it '^c}e^r itbaj the policy of' the' partj- is one.pJt^nej^itraUty iq thevO^se ot war. , I^^5p.,^Iiflh�t ?loset�( sjBsaiting In^ the.,ex�eilfl,g, fljiid ,that,^th.^ bM^lness 'Of-theroountry piui|t-ahd(Shll be pro-icbeded,with. .f^e^S'aldAthat jf.a loasdn,, 'able^fexouse fexlBted-,heftho�ld l(e glad to shfive-ia igisneral telectip'n, itfe^auee the.'country would decla^io almost �n-aalniquBlysj In* favor, .'o't .the govern-nlen^'a"policy, ^ '\   ' Hon: Dr.. 'Pugflley and*. ^ M.- M(w PonBl|d, rweija. the other' members of the'-'Heuiie tP qoAtrlbute- to the debate, Both challenged the govern-inen|;'fo g5 to th^ people^-' � ' 'Aftfer tiSe House � robe ''lt> was announced ,tiat notlce'of'clb'sii're would be ^given on Tues^iw-- afternoon, audi that,Sir Wilfrid �4uri^''riaa"been'giv-;: eni'rfot^ce to jthaf'Wffect'. ' J The O^g La'W, The proposed clpstif^ blllipiOYid^s for an amendnieht tp^J^wje 17; delflh-Ing thb rights' of fhe'^nij^mbers to" be( beiu-d before a queBUoV Is put/ '.^It is proposed that' 'all 'bUt' A 'specifie^ list of motloaa'Shall-by deelde'd .^iflthput deljatp or .aPtt^ndn^efttji^lie |iepti�jfissi specified a're /adjpuri^ni^^t" jfiotloj^.' m(;)tion8^for ppn/fujjenjj^ In |h|,^Mioti:i of. a ataj}dihgj)r.4f, s|)ecl%li, ihfj^^rjaspjri^ olftijMij Beotion, preainp,l9,^u)R/ " Ijook at your face. Do the lines curve doRn or up.? It'8*ttever7t()o late to smile. A Irowner is ^'xWiif welcome companion. If persons knake an, effort to miss you, change �.the; lines !-Anon. � * , � . �...��.� �  "Happiness like virtue is aoijuitdd by practice, and enriches the possessor mo)(e than the attainment of any other condition, because of the pleasure it means to all, who come in dally contact with tlie person sp blessed.'' 8>   Miss Niblock, of Medicine Hat, is a gUBSt witli Mr. and Mrs. C. F, p'. Conybearo, Ulvcrview.. ... � * * . Dr. John Macdougall, of Galgary.i Who is to lecture in ^Wesley church this evening, arrived in the city today and IS a guest during his stay with JJr. and'MrH:'T.''S. Fetterlyji .. Mrs. A. C. Price left this morfiing, for Marsballtown, Iowa, on 'the re' ceipt of a telegi;am announcing the death of "her father: Sincere sjrttr pathy is extended Mrs. Price.in- her. bereavement. � � ,� * The marriage of Miss -Prances, Howard, daughter of Dr. and t^^ Hon. Mrs. Howard, and grand-daugli- ter of Lord. Stratlicona, to Wr. Jas,- Buller Kitson, R.N., takes place this bridge's sister-, made the dearest flow-r ef ^girj.' in ' her embroidered white frock-and pink'ribbons. She carried a bftsket of pink and white sweet peas. � fhe"groom M^a* supported by Mr. A- B. Cooper, ot-Medioine Hat. The nuptial knot was'j tjipd by Rev. Mr. t^arrlBonv of 01are$,b;61m, in the presence of. thirty-flvo y^ucsts,.. Mendelssohn's Wadding March; heing-played byMisa Harrison, of-/01aresholm. At the conclusion ot the ceremony ai dain,ty buRet supper was served, the dining table ]^6ing;Ayery alluring with it's sliower of-carnaiions on a smilax garlanded^ mirror and smilax streamers extending,irom .the elecr tWiler to the corners of the board.. Mrs,. Ofawford^ut .the iocs ahd Miss-Humphries, of Calgary,v.poured tea. The,groom's piftt'to the bride was a pearl necklacft;j?iito, the bridesmaid,"; a- gold braceletij;"--^,.the -/lower girl, a, R^nil-iPin' and; to''the groodisman,; gold cuff links. \, \ Mr. and Mrs -I'WtttSon left on a trip to : Winnipeg-,afid upon' th^ir re-,turn: will -'reside "at JVIediclne Hat. The.brldp's going'aA-ay gown'was of navy, blue serge and golden � brown to'que>with Persian and shaded fea-thpr adornment. ;, Conspicuous among "the array of, handsome; gifts was; a out glass bon bon dish from Wesjejj choir, of which the..bride was a^^lJomber a silver pudding dish froij[^otlte,Protheon class. LI spring on -the return to England - of I and aVass aftethoon tea servTce ^t. Kitson,' who is at present-with [i^;^ CentriU^schboI stiai!: his ship. ' ^ ^ ^ , the qMt of town guests at the wed-' The tennis dance, which was 4n-'^?S wjsre : Hev. Mr. Harrison and: nouncod for Thursday night next has, ^ �f Sf"'5T' Claresholm, and. owing to the political meeting, W^'--* Humphries, of Calgary, postponed until'Fri4aJ', April. :l�thi Intending dancers are asked to notice this ,change,;0fvithvl!dr;..4n^-,l>Ir^^^^^^ L tf. Johnstone, left for her hd^nV-ih iEnglapd today. '-^ ''-^j , ''j'--^-'', I ', ^  * i'- ^ . ' Invitations have been Issued ^fdr''.iC private dance in the 8. O. B. fiail o^ Friday evening, April 11. The coih-mittee comp'TiseB Messrs. Jj H^rrisj'R) Farris,. W; -Andrews, K;' W.' Lioiig arid-J.'Mooney.' ' ' ' Rev. H. W. Toombs, B.A., ot the; Raymond Presbyterianchurch, i"!V^a conducted the funeral service of thei late- EoThe Dobbieison of Mayor iVV. R>; Dobbie,'-"at PIfiphep Creefe-on^ .'aSuE'r' day, returned'-home last hight/-  -; Mrs. Charles Stonei of Garst'qirsi; who is staying Vith "her Slfetsr, Mrs. Game, w6s the 'honor guest of.'a''ma-' �tinee bridge given by Mrs ',rj.v.-,W/ Bawdenv-ydsterdayv ^^^iTij^r. .A-.; M. G.rlce" (Me|ipli& Hat)^>. Mr5.>\ J. Sohl.,Mi;^.;llian-?ey'Kirkhw.'arid MrsTw: F.'I^^^ Doii^icl:'' ' " ' .-"^t-f^y Thcmeiribers of the junior W. A J 'Ot'.Sf.!-''Cypi;it(fl5s'iohi\lch 'are reminded of the meeting *at 4:15 tomorroiv.> ^, The Central ,W. C. T. U. will meet ;fat- tlvei hoiiie:^'Of MrSi � Ai Brown Pipes,' i414fcFifth'ayei>ue; South, on Thursday-afternOon, at StSO, 'when the usual 'ihOniihly-huSlhess :will> be transacted. '  Mies Leah Slihm', vice-president of .itiiBillter^ry*'department- of the Girls'; Club Of Weptmlhflter Church, was In, charge'of 'tlie:?m[|eting lasf evening.'^ An interesting'paper on the life of! iLOngf?lltfw'''was r^'ljd bj Miss Bains. " - Tfie junloir'^epj^peiTt met before the adult 'meeting. ^ Miss Killam re"-; signed '.,as4Yioe-pres|4pnt. and Miss sHjiw waS; elected to ^11,1 the vfcancj^. Ap. excjgdingly, interesting and pro-, t{tab|e,;:e^6?i,(ng .1 -w^s - -ap^ent by, .those" who aftundeS''^ Westm'jns.ter Guild of Ki^ox Oliuroh last ev^:(ilng, and listen-; ed^.iJPrlnclpal Hodgson's able address on "Capada's Fur Traders and Goirier? dei BoIb." ' i > Jjkj Hodgson degcv�)3ed early ^ife in Oan(^da. ^mong thessfur tradeis and 'the Indlj^ns) and spok^/of the French an|L" Slngllsh settlement'> of Canada. The Hudson's Bay forts came in for .Jheir sjjar'e "of attention, and the im-,port^noe of the Hudso^p Bay to thja naWpn was for'e(;|stedi.'-{ English Manufacturers Full Range of Samples in Children's Shoes and Slippers values up to $3 Piit up in two lots at 99c and Gives added zest and enthusiasm to our "Manufacturers' Outlet" Sale T PHERE ARE OVER 100 PAIRS in all, repres.enting the mosl famdiis English man--ufacturers' complete i-angc ol" this season's saijiples in Children's shoes, Sandals and Slippers. There are no two pairs alike and ail are of a mucli superior qual-* ity^ style and finish to what we ordinurily carry in stock, but this opportunity of pre-^ senting for your acceptance, at from 1-3 to .1-2 of their regular value, goods of such superior.ntiQrit, was too good for us to let pass unheeded. ThereV are Shoe.s, Sandals, Slippers, aii'J Pumps in the finest of Glace Kid, in Tan, Grey, Mode and Black, others in fine Willow Gglf, some in Patent Leather, and some in White-Buckskin. , All are made in extra wide "Nature Form'-shape with solid leather, soft, and flexible 'Qak Bark Tanned Soles, welted. Value up to $3.00. Put: lip into two lots Sizes 4, 5, 6 at 99c and go on sale to-morrpw Sizes. 8, 9, 10 at $1.25 ' '-The, ladies of Westminster church are reminded,of the imppitant mg?t-.ing-fc^brrow at three o'clock at the bome-of Mrs. E. Butler, 522 Twel^^h ^f.,;^'B,',.-'N. The eledthjn of Officer's; neces^itat'es a full attendance. ' Ai geperaKnieeting di'-all the,mem-i boir|-bTthe J.eihbridge^.T'cnnis clu}) la called'ipr Tuesday 'eyenjng, April �i5t}iji^ar 818 Sherloc)fi5,BJiildlng.r This .'der cqnBlderatioh, ,,^hl6 '�Bj'ovf^gd'^fbV the.government to,.8hut,0tt/a(fLbate.,- A Beej^ijd ^mebdlhentjypyja'p.,that;; tftiy.messure of the Orofwnj'^ifjer'hav. -iitg-SiitW,notice oiiJba!f;Priy}9,?s 4gy, ,may>mQ,ve in cbnunittee of the whole ,.',tie ,cbi�ii>itleq, and, Bto)r not-be 'Urtjier poatpon'^d., .guoh;iftatlonihali; ,'be;dec}did,.yrithoivt, Ainite4' in, marriage'Miss'-NejUenOoyle, I'o.Mr. John pen'derson. p Th,p bridq, -vyjip^'w'aSiAaintily^'go- Hiory;^'--suMfus .ysuLg was served'. Music and,danQijifc .were bniiis-,!,.. , . -i.-aj. ni later en3%d by H/e;g{.,s>/�'^^^^|U'P-,A.^of;gt Qymf^n^B '^jciP attendance l^jesjieoially .-dp-i '-filSa oyer -and above. ejEiienMS viras. 's^oi^y at tljeir ball .spina .little tjjpp ySOrfTh^'somplete retui;i{s were hand-; �d,liL'at a meeting yfstierday>\>fj!er-; MtKm- Andre'f;fr#V^s;-::A r^M'i.of' tp? napies of 'th(j|e who, cpn-Mn Kirkwbp'^ yihr ' "4^*8 ^olo-Master Arthur Morgan sbnV of; Medicine Hdt-', ' ' '�''-fii'f, ili a;>'ay,,, -Tho'biiaarparty"-stoqdfeB^" li'eath .an \.krqU,j,ot.-%'ilax./and.n|rilc 1 her: [�lift! Dib' -"ne-c'ir-1**"f".���- �" vi� � n.'-iw)/ liNltc slorcr nf Bride's tin 8T|I Soutbem Alberta a? I .aw Be here early and get first chqice Have You Contemplated the Purchase; of a New iRu| ? Then This Will Be Of Interest -.'-We: have 'just, passed into stock some especially good 'values: and pleasing' designs- in -'BnglifillS or ^, ,........ *are:-.i, jpypr than ever-^diiality coiisldeied Sizes-'9".x,9' to d li,., x 12 rt. '^'jg' '''^ 'j^'jlp^ 'I ,, fi 8th hfiiir- division Aid sodety.vand they hope for a large audience. ' -'1- 'J *  .Thf^-"Caiiadian. Order pf Choseuv Friendsf will meet tonight m the S. O. .E. hall, at eight o'clock. Farming Convention 1 (Continued frpni tront- page). Wesley churo'h this evening by Dr. j ihe issuing of round, trip, tickets' and John ^Maodougall, ot Calgary. The ^ rate nntll moieothan one such lecturejVunaer the auspices meeting has ibeen held. . ; "8th hfiilr-division" 'of the Ladies'| ^ " i . ,^ ,  > ' i.^r r connection with the. conventlPn,- Ihiere is great intereacvqlib,vn; In.'j'fh.e-'live ,stock ishow a'nd-'becau^'Ot the' change of dates enlJlesJv/lAnpw be 'reS'fe.iye^|bf*t& pure bred'cattle up tp and fiicludlng ieral bialsses will;' b,e 'kept^ppw'lJpnli' until Apnl 13 Entries rf^ir ^the'^pp^ Show should, be.made at'pup6 'nri'tn. ,W. H, Smith, Box 20, i:^thbr4dge;' W. 0. 'Ives, :pvo8ld?nt ot the ,Leth-Ijhdke Board' 'of Trade, and B. N.v BftrVer,'lii'pSidient of the Aswclate B'oardB of' Trade Of Bputjiern Alberta. .Th^ conv^ntio'n-will Impiedl^tely get, doiJn to-'|)VsiH?s^ in ^he prompt tak-)ipg upf toy ^cpnsjderatlqn ot matters i^aa^ing^^ ijpop^-; mWlegtlHg conditions, and' apiong ,thpse wlio have" slgnttlod, .ihelr �>,ii)t'ftn,;tilDP,'Jo attei)4 and partlc^-,pa'te'lD.)^^t'he"'dj90usslbri and co-operate, fwith'' thB%fi^ers' In"' bripglpg about !Ueye:P9lal ^re'sults are:*Dr, J.'GMlu-tlieriordjsutiei'intendept animal bus-.bandr^''oir'Ltiit'c;'P^ 'R.. Natural R&' ' ' ;4.Pepartme'rii; II.'C. McJrullen-,, r'al'iiyei'^aioplt 'apcnf of the CgM Fi'ed Miller of Winnipeg f^lias'^\;^f�,eil*, chosen as judge of tlie Dogj.Slipw-','.'A, , Entries for^orses an:d,^|]|||; sifiug/. be foi-wa'rd)6d,at once-^ to^^AUens'JacMJjj manager iLethbrldge.Bxly9||loni-hoai&J,^i_j| �while' all'farmers- 'aiJd'pthersJilptind-jJ'f" lng.wto-attend the n|ix'edf^(a|gillp|4|o&-J^ vfe-ntlon'shoilld at on\e-noti|xfthe"'.^e^^^ re'tarles, '^bx 687," Ii6th|rllagei:in^fl^g^ der that sultalile'^rall'^ayvaobpin'riro^dJfe tious- may he Woviaec(f,ih;,*|r^ple -'-f**!'--*' son beoaus^,of'>the,larg6^?iu^ber ^ jgj-rf, have si^^i^ed^t^eir,iiii|:e;^ti^n|^poo^^^^^ Albertai*fe E. pollfird, poultry expert: of P, Burps",^ Company; L H.^Jiellff, Nick'"Ta{trnier, J.'B. Elrle..'H. Mackintosh, Ci; Hatch, C. J. Ec]kBtorm,^ D, J. Whiln^y, B. S. Pawson, W. H. Pawsonl/O." T.'Lathrop, George B. Kerf, Arthur Perry. Leo Pteffferle, L. 'P,'Baptist;,and i.l^, ; Bulmdn"^- and s'i'of otli^r praotlcariarmers 'who - ,1 ARE UNDER ARRIS] ^ancou\Ai, ^ , ^ ajiviifl 'air^-e,! of ihis Qyang pSd'Slu?'! ,gfitp. ( he polloe boI|ev� th-vV :tl}eil in 1 ifspon ihh fpi the dl /^eaiiiic" o mau} -voung i^Ohiti Inrhi.atoAu In one Wp-i pocl'ot wcrt found, tljn tan# addresses^ 6t many'"'wh\t^S^^ip^g!| ^- >-i-- M^YOfl WOOD TO RUN'-!f*i. Ati bus a Landluij \pn| b-^rl t^^i!]$\-)0(1 oiu -)i it ch's town, * 'ndtn:i i ni �t a (.onwrvar'.l ipn; notpii I rii ilKomti dofotted'�1lcA�' WjUbp^ 1 l mil stj i|u(tH unapiinouB HAIR o.?.^P;^.||J!i?l' ^Jth chimin w%" S tl)pm--� l$Td' will be 4p!}�eied' xn ard cfr^l^�ts, -blch. upo-i puaei*"-1 .'^g ,, miH- u i>t hone 'vhl'Kis tiol to thQ io't'^^mM^mMsMA tlprtUnCUrtjjSi^H!" 'entHlM|l ho'dw^o 'a' return faie freu 'fffi^iSj langfaoucnt 1^ ''^^^^^^fi^lSl ft][i|\;t^dYm t#|Tf th^;^fi?st* - tm^\ �.u(.U>a.i:on>�ut*ia)lroad'icjsvluvipnf>'uo uoi pcimii'uC WXB-' .danji^i^ sy and fro'Al?lpB0roa, n .i, drawftttii. - B' o^k[Qg'>Vt^PV ^'''l?^, ^iiy .dru4,at9re tor ,.tho, i9st^5tp,-u88'-^i:M5|f''ha^F.: Iiralui