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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta \ Thursday, April 10,1913 THIJ XETHBRIDGE fiAILY HERALD Page ir THE STATES UNUKELY CHICAGO - COMPANIES CONTROL OUTSIDE 8uppuy-FREE ,EN+RANCE WILL HELP Washington, April 10. - Now that all dreosed and preserved meats will be,addadito the Iree list, authorities ij; in'Waohlngton are beginning to flg^^ .'Ure on the possible chance of a reduction in the retail pricea of thta important article; ; It is^ acknowledged that about the " chief Source of relief for the Uiiited -States'ln the matter of beef is the Argentine republic. Practically, all v.thD.A�gehtine>IJeet now goes to the. , Bnglisji .and -European markets. Re'-. O^ntl^ ;there. haye,;,been .reports - 'that' ^ the j beet'trU8t,'"'ip anticipation of a Iree| meat . enactment, has bceii reaohirfg- out^ for'control of � the Ar~ gentini^ business, If: conditft)ns,. � are ''' i the same nbw> as- a year ago, when i^ri'ijtnvestlg&tlbn was nTade-by agpv-drnmentetpAtt of conditions In Argentine, .there 16 apparently little hope'Of. rtiliet from that quarter. In rJftV/of th*".pra6'tlc8l dertalnty* that thp'D^raobrjitip' 'proposal to" make ' V/' n?eat' frpe, will bo enacted into * -ot this expert is 'Idpvhlf'interesting at this timei He ' said r � , -I f.'ijrpm; 1iH.iP^'�'Fn�*JP'�a' standpoint thfimo^t important and recent de-,veibBn?^>>tBS' meat industry, of ,the.'-A-i'p6;itin(� vrepublic, is 'the.en-trwoa ;and'|jfpwiBg"asccndanoy of the � I^o'ftV Ame'riban''interests. ChiC�(gb ' n^aat feompaaioV entered into "this \viield ;only>;''sevsg;^jr*'^s ago, but hay'e already attained such' a posUlon that i they"ai?�'&"rfeciaed, if not'dbtaliiat-�i: lig*;. influence tA the- progress of trade i .;^d'rthe?,cgntr^; .1 The importance',of the position'of t' the Vbrld and Reset - to New Zealand,.the largest shi^pbr - of -nihttdnt ''A'rgentine has been look-  ed upbn as a competitor of the Un- 'Shipment? of,; beef from.-. Jhe 'river platte.'to .'the United States 'm'ay cotrie" shortly, but they will probably: be;dlrobted by the same inv *teie^s -which iCisuppiy^ the market; ' here,-^oti'inJoP5o?^tion.,to th�Bu'W?| omiiiatibri 1 (Continned ]from �ront^^;?agB).' ' . '^'Othel? ^Nominations r. r -*. Nanton-Jj HS,^ Glendepnin^^.LIber-ual a-. T;--Cooper, Oonser'va^^ve.v-, IiIgh'jRiver-:j>,i L: . .MoMillan, 'liib-; -cral;, Dr^,Sta�l9F, Gonseryative^ > ;Mlroy,..Conservative., ^\Qa?d^fe%v-Woolf, Liberal] O. ,,'J|P6ent "OoaBfryajirTe. , ,-.-a^riABA!�rNEW settlers V'/:Tmmm'^.'^Vti\ 9,-^DurlnB the f ,7f'5ye^��rcjp8>M!^oifl,r..-6�897 immigrants .'rVfiwn)*'M':''.^.'3?S-t'�e'. total numbeat' Care tft'our ^coffin lends a nail no doubt, and every grin so merry draws one out.,  * * Don't worry. To worry nbout the past is to digvup avgrave; let the corpse lie. To worry ftbont the future is to dig your own grave; let the undertaker do .that. The present is the servant of your, win.-Anon. Hos'tesges tomorrow: . ; - Mrs. J. D; McLeod,- 818 Sixth Ave: A., S. Not receivingi'itQtnorfowJ . Mrs. \v. 0. rv�g,; " Mrs. J. M. Ait'lwnr'  - ; Miss Ethel Addya'l^BS -resigned from the Central scljopl., ^^ Mrs. E. .avyfeey'i'wjllispend the week-end with ^r^jfi JIv MP.Bwan, of Medicine Hat....., . , Mrs. R. .V. Gibbo.n8, is now able to be ont for aTsKprt'ti'me-each day after being cpnfl]^gf toV'th^ hoUSe for three v^eeka^thrfjjj'gbfcUlnejsri ' Mr. and Mrs^ B-,B.jijc^):egor, who recently retu^f 1x0%. spending the winter in Victdjrtn, Jx^y^ Ij^en up their residence a'?'p8rE}ight,|i'St., S. Mrs. Rusael,.v'!ffho isub^^ltuted for Mrs. Corry at' the ..Children's,., Shelter,, during' the latter!?' Atisenc'ei has tefcnrrted to Taberv a * ' a � , Mrs.- 'Stone aliafvaaUghtet',, Elizabeth, who have " been- �i^ouse guests with the formerisi Sister; ;]Sira. Qehm, leaye tomorrow,jii^ir^in'gj'',for 'their home in Catstairsl'" " ' '. ' ' Mr. and Mrs..'ytodt,.io{ Montana, arrived in the'Qli' are, guests ;Wi man Schweitzer ^ _ ,- , , Mr. and Mrs/v'Yal^l^^^ay^ Ipioate here. Mrs. Gehm "Siitejctaine'd' ,at ^ matinee bridge yeslfefd^y^-im^hoi^^f.:'gf her sisteri Mrs;' Stolie/ � oKrparstfttrt / and Mrs. McLean, -bl 'Maplo C'tget,' who is a house'gU6Si^|r,ift�.,|rfrB.\Jt' W. Bawden. The �ei o* red and white war i)j;l!)iitiiir ex^r^'sspd In carnations df i.!tb^^e^1)&lj5rfi%   Sixteen . guesislv^-flnjoyed: t'h^' game, Mrs. C.-F. Smith -winning.-the trophy, while Mrsj Hessey 'w^^s awarded tl�e.consolation,,-"* *^'ot -^tH?"  Southern Alberta Land Co,r-at,-CariBangfty, is spending a couple of dayg With his parents, Mr. Mid'MiJg;?W'. � il.'-TVIor-ris,-.'Teath St. - OfTloe 1224 CLUBS ..........._........ The'' First .Baptp^^E^r with Mrs? Wi Af -l^qylt'li:^' tern'o'bn, 'the-^at'tbjdan'pfv'ii DIOR'S > Russians,' who "^tfi^^.'^^JI^o west by the Clan. --^�'-^-^*4pR'p08t OFFICE m ma d .Colonial ,Phb!ti>-i pok Building,'have SflJ-^order 'departmep.t, for t�f ;4ev�loirfng and ?fr *mftteurs Jn �*,,bitif)r, "'v^H.tgf*"^, "WOT.. ' '�p^^O.'i.'Bj^.lila.llifiTuesday, April I8tji> '^^ " "Meeting-All members''dj:: flilgi^l|lp|aj|^' '|Bn,)}liypiijjjf1:,Aoent., Real rj?Tfeelp~'or arc look-^ "Ipf- , .^^^ i^^e^cep-tionally- large. ^gJgkiBijicwp-.spent in sewing, nfter'^KtoH lnv}|jng'-vlands were served by ilTft^lsJiesS^".'5' "A Daughter'4r*t|fe's'i)98ert,'i- an amateur, drar will be put on in St. Augustin's hall this evening at 8 p.m. The choir of St. Mary's church will ba- the 'i pec-formers, and they hope for liberal patronage, as the proceeds will be devoted to obtaining vestments tor the choir. St. 'Mary's church Is young, church and abundantlj^ d�-serves assistance. �; W'catminster Ladies' Aid Held a well attended and most important annual meeting at the home of Mrs. E. Butler yesterday afternoon. The financial. report was most creditable and showed, that -the. total � receipts for the year were- $428.35 �; expendii-ture, $373.19 ; balance, $55.IHi. The officers were elected" "for th^ ensuing year as follows:  President-Mrs. W. Westcott.. , Viceipresldentr-Mrs. E. Butler (rer elected). Seoretary-r-Mrs. J, B. Gray ..(rtt-eleoted).' ,: - (, Treasurer-Mrs. A. E. Wes^tonJ , The llower committee will be comi posed oi the executive, and Mrs. Jv B. Gray, - Mrs. E. Butler and Mrs; Graham wete r6-elected as tbe siek committee. ' Social intercourse was enioyed over the tea cups, when tbe hostess serv-r ed dainty refreshments. Mrs, Manson, 283 Seventh Ave., A S,, is entertaining "hours" on Sat^ urday,- April 12th, from . four, to � six in connection with the chain teas of Knox Ladies' Aid, when the host-^ ess hopea^ that a* very largo number' will take the opportunity to assist with this particular branch-.of the church's work. Mrs. W. i-I. Morris, Tent^'St., g., was. hostess of a charttTing littltf Cham tea yesterday as a memher of Knox Ladies' -Aid. "Twelve ladies were bidden. The B'lowcr Gui,ld will' pay thejt .usual^eekiy visit to. the Gait hospir-tal, as usual at three, o'clpcki;.tomorrow afternoon. . . i ~, ^ v' . ' i   � s "Ehe social sheld last night at the home of Mrs. Steakley, Hardieville; luider the auspices of the Ladies' Aid; society was a distinct Success a Games and :music passed : a^pleasant: evening, ice-cream and .other.', dainty, 'refresbments^being/'servttd. v ' 1 '^tM % 'if Is -Vt, f V 'f: -^' ' -"m^etingVf 4tho;'W6i wiifr'a^'^Kera .to^ morrow afternoon at the home ot Mrs. George Mackay, 13th street.. The subject will bo'Holmaa Hunt.- ' = ' " ' - \ i , At Wesley Church on Sund'ay morn. Ing, Rev. J. P, Westman, seeretary.^of Sunday In AHrferta and B, c, -will -jrreneh /in annlversary^i, permott to the TSunday.?! school.- Tills will be a'very'.-'ltitejies't-Ing sermon, ancl'all njemhwi ^.df'.thje;' school alee urged to meei^Jij Jn'e^'base-'. meatf0%the church at,tw'enty/ijpfnut^bi to e]ev.en. 'Mr. Weatman,l3,.j'knqwjf here by most of 'Wesley churojt-at-! tendants, and a good attanddificej^l'sl assured. Members of the kome'^X>e;| partmenf are' particularly .ui-g^fi'^' attend. /  CHARGED WITR'; .U8|Kj|V :,Mf.lI.3, , fOR FRAUI>li^lSNT.^f?,UBP9S- . Loa Angeles,, Moore, iformerlyi a�v�rftl other. t^W.I charged with y^S^ fraudulent pnrBti|e|r fcompany, called'|hf|J^e^a,f^-''C|Jl ."i^ranslt ,Comjajiyvj�!.,j antd'tyniall spli|ihji9{};^f.,._ . , . , lB:now held un4er;|f,9g%,J}atl,SwaJtlng; truh.;whioh ooir�54'p](|^$ij5t^,t:''i' prominent westq terested lh''the''o also floated by money was sub;'^Bbuj. HEAD AND.^JS' .N;:�^O^^f/M TAL-iNJURies NOT,^;,';,{ SERIOUfi ' When Mrs, Bryce, 83 Fpurte?"^'' street T^TOrth? ) atwpped off^an^Tjai boun'd\ blue' lino ctfr" ^the }g^^ this aftornoo' naboitt two^ ofolopk; front -or thX-.HJglnbotham ^|?f'ug'' ;ep'g she was thrown so Ylolehj;lysS'ti;^itiJ( ground that she was unconspibus^tor; several minutes, /Pd3so>^M(dkS}j her up, and took h6r. Into'^the^tdfiw store, where first aid was ^pplle^^^ pr. ;,St^^rt. ,:Who, h?ipp^p^dSi6-^ ' the! ppot.-r-]Mr8:- Bryo8-\!ratrTtfmDlf&! the ^ambulance ,to, the Galtjyjjqgp.T. iV'hsre^ hpr5 injuries, wlilch ^^AtuVsM out 'the li6ad;weFe.'troate'd.wlth';band of fine white embroidery inB�r|lon batid^ng; neat, smart and idurable. ^11 for >.,.'rr 99c ' Lisk Vests ,_.....Pura V.rhlte liiaier.-^libbea--Vests qf fine � Snvls'^ manufacture (tlie, home of.,i^^l, 'gooji'i vests)- beautifully soft and elastic,'iid slQeveB, and-iat^'trittmed at' top with wide Insertion edged with orocbet lace, Alf'sizes; oily'...................J.,/.-..^me,'''; "wl^en'(^nddai shoUl^.ha7>e']^( one ^liiect'mAll',weVklyw -iWa nlze that*;'V.Shoe; S^tlife^'*'^" . >:An^��ta:f^^^ ?s^ ...... , tffsdipansiijirfcl ,(ro�i the, flnpst pure sUto- JsfSfi , work pp ^^^WjiejSj, oojprs, Reseda, JJCaftYP m 4 ,, , Rose',; 0^ ^|4^X\^^d -Saturday, pet pair; I �rap miners BOOTS jCor'. ,,;f,f'..,JT.�.t.. ; BOVS- SC^;00L-;^M . Box cali;..bluober8, h'^nVi Jeatheiveoles kjidt^ieft'-'-^k'! worth IS.50. Sl^e^l-j/|^f , LADIES'. FIN& SHC ' Msd^ b5;'�dwlp'.C|^'r^ l^e 'flu Mi ^Axmins -'Fldfal vith deoorati Cu^ar ,|3.50.'|,4Speclal for Fi-iday s;.:tt - Another big snap In 01^. (^loth anjd'Mnp,:; Remnants'jfoj^ Friday and>Satupdt^yr.', I.?t'*tBS':im:'5.^ > Saturday,,,,, Im if, I TEA ROOM SPECIALS: Lettuce Salad Butter, Tea or C'offe^ With m strawberries' an,d Oi;eam,v�|%\ Ith 'cakej tea 'oi"cpffee'., m with 'cake^ tea ofcpffee, Frilit Oal^ or Oreani Pfike" with, te�^ or-coffee , Ice Cream' ,and 'is b^y Stores I l���^-f^4dltprlal ,con; fo> 1.110 de^nco. -1^ thlgf imperial tiagedy-p tor the t'lrce d'rftdnoi|l| "rliQ iiony of ih ir 'tl need Vi Btcadlly '~Y^'SMsiWjw**'-J" >."iiV'K^' >r' I dl?jjinteing>:;,.9e 'X^^nglo-b''6irtfe have:.been iall^ 4any*beopJi&.>ar9Tmmdeu-�i �, mui-s l,ar.,th^ mins '^[email protected]|ei|tafi�bi m. ___,_________j!t'3.doW' not qtlbw*~j>'3, lalgb A.projlt ia other patk'el ^ulk ^eas but it plat sen the onntunjei'ana Viliima'^i. Ii more hailsfacfon'-to tte'^dcaler. 111 ten Tj^HT Li:rTt^mAND HAS HALF roddciu^ bis bud 0} Utif^ii };4ward ore' salaries increased by isOiQQ 'ng eicli a ij) pM ont tfd^Hft.,' ta> of 0i� ne" CQvt PPMd on �Jte biMk fQK infl* dustn It ii to ba jn tax o^;i rent alue of thd yci^t invrtut L'UMSEff t�mite.l >i.ri.Iua Of �liXfl.,npjp.">llC dudt pe I educed Mm origin it on S^mdiiy of,.jtlioij;ai 22 00 ;