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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T^ETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD BUSINES It: � \; g t n days- Cases Fireproof Taylor Safe, and all our high grade stock of Jewellery and Watches ^'I'll^ wJat 71 ZuLe S.1e Price. A dance at the list belowWillggg^ Big Ben Alarm Clocks Sold everywhere at $3.00 Our price while they last $2.25 $ Ingersoll Watches N'ever less - At W. J. Armstrong's 75c Only one sold to each customer. 17J Waltham Watches In 20 year gold filled cases, u.sually sold at |18, for- $12.00 Only a few of these Watches left. The High Grade J}> Kiiby .Jewelled Howard Watch .1.11 swing ring case; pass railroad inspection, sold everywhere at |60 for $49.00 We Handle only the I Cut Glass Values Highest grade Weaseltoii Diamonds. Look at our window display and decide it our prices are not the lowest ever shown in the city. WENT'S BRILLIANT DIAMOND- Regular value .'{260. ^ gQ SOLITAIRE DIAMONDS Worth $80 for......... PERFECT SOLITAIRE DIAMOND- Worth $165.00 ^ ^ - for ................ We have hundreds of gem set riug.s; all reduced. $58 IAMOND- $115 MAYONNAISE DISH $12.00, for ............ FINE 10-INCH BERRY BOWL, $11.50 for .... BERRY BOWL, Regular $8.00 for ............. BUTTER DISH Regular $6.50 ........ OIL BOTTLE Regular $6.00 ........ VASE, Regular $9.50 for............. CREAM AND SUGAR Regular $12.00 for ... $7 $6.75 $4.75 $3.75 $3.25 $5.00 $6.00 3rd Ave. S. W. J. ARMSTRONG, Jewefler Lethbridge About Fifty Electors Heard Students not Sound in Theology and it was agreed; to �withhold both the protest and. the,reply until they could he made pulilio .at the . saane time. �, � ' TEXAS IS 10 SUE New York, April 15.-The spring meeting of the New York Presbytery held yesterday, disoovered four union theological seminary students desiring to become Presbyterian ministers �who admitted .upon examination that they wanted more evidence before they could credit the virgin birth of Jesus Christ and the authenticity of the Pentateuch three who doubted the canonical standing of' John's gospel and two who were uncertain on the a'csurrectlon, , Nevertheless; 'when a vote was taken all were admitted, the vo'to being 71 to 'lO. A protest was entered against their admission. Time was esked for in which to prepare reply, New York, April 15.-With the serving 0): a subpoena on John D. Archi bald today It. was learned that the state of Texas had begun a a^jit against the Standard Oil interests ,to recover $100,000,000 for alleged violation of the trust statutes ' of that state. The attorney general of Texas claims that the Standard Oil" com-IJanijes o.f.New York, New Jersey, Ken-'tucky, Ohio 'and^ Indiaffa' are Dractic: ally under one oontroT. In short, it is set forth "that the Standard' Oil trust" stlU. lexlsts- and  operates the j Magnolia,'Petroleum Company as its '�Texas bfancb..':_______. .: . - Candidate-Repeat now Familiar Speech SLAIEO FOR Uil mcs Allows, Manufacturers to Import Outsiders to. Replace Strik About fifty head of hide-bound Conservatives managed to pull themselves out' to the meeting in UuitV hall last night, t6 hear the did, old story in the same old way from Dr. S^tewart. As an introduction, Dr. Stewart made the statement that he had been spending a great deal of his time in other constituencies, feeling that his election �was so certain, that he could afford to ignore his own riding in order to help out some of the misguided Tory candidates in other constitur encies. During his somewhat ramb'-ling discourse, he made the astounding declaration that at the Liberal meeting ot the night before, Mr. Buchanan had been reported in his own paper as saying that during an interview iTith Sir Wm. Mackenzie, head of the "G. t. P.", he had been informed by that official .that the G! T. P. had decided to cancel all'rail-, way extensions in'Southern Alberta. The Herald begs to point out that Sir Wra. Mackenzie is not connected with the. Grand Trunk Pacific, but is the head ot the Canadian Northern, and in his interview �with Mr. ""Bu-chanan had declared as stated in this publication, that his intention �was to rush the. Lethbridge-Maryfield branch with all possible haste. Speaking of Mr. Jones. Dr. Stewari; saici he had nothing but good, to say of him. :'� No mention was made of what the Conservatives would do to advance labor legislation, or how all the iniquitous legislation of the present government was to be rectifledi' The A. & G. W. deal formed the essence, of his talk, and in his o-\vn way he told.the same ancient yarn, never in--timating how his friend Edwarfl Mi-chener, if .olectedy would straighten it out. , ' � In conclusion the Doctor said : "I could talk for a long time yet, and could tell you a lot about the Elevator.and Machinery bills,, but hope my somewhat rambling speech has served to demonstrate that what we need is a change of government." John Gilmore presided over' the meeting, and without prolonging the meeting called on the audience to ping, "God Save the King." it was rather amusing to note the. preparation that had been made for this monster-meeting. The chairs, which served to accommodate the Liberal meeting of the previous night' had been substituted, by loilg piue planks for the purpose of iuLroasing the seating capacity. As was plainly evident this was not necessary, and only served to create extra "space." ing Photo Engravers Ottawa, Aprilj'i'o.-The first break in the debate on the closure resolu- BIG TREAT AT MEETING blue ribbon tea � � ��^-and:--''%:5;^;;:;^^ All tlio otheriBlue Kibbon Goods, the Coffee, the Baking Powder, -the Bx-tructs and tho Jelly Powder,.are easily in aolass Ipy themsfeivos, 'They are fiimoiis as the p'ure food family. The family that is' giiai'ah'tSed' to please. If thay don't please you, your money will; l)e:iphoerfUUyr^ lil but! %�\^�i*vw �- ---. tlon since It '^aa introduced by F-re-mier Borden on Wednesday last occurred today, the entire afternoon being taken up, Wltli,the consideration of a labor ciuestlon. Mr. Carroll, of Cwe Breton, moved the adjournment of the House to discuss the action of the departments of Labor and Immigration in'connection with the bringing into Canada of photo-engravei-B to, replace engravers on strike in Toronto and Montreal. He contended that they had been allowed to enter Canada in contravention of the law, and that Hon. T. W. Croth-ers, who has charge of both the Labor and Immigration departments at present, had failed in his duty to the labor unions. ; The Minister denied the truth of these allegations.. He said that everything within reason had been done by the departments, whose action had been affected by a judgment given in the courts. He had administered to the best of his ability this law which had been passed by the late government, and which was being enforced by officials appointed by 'that government. He suggested the possibility that; amend.'ments to the law might be advisable. ' Mr. Guthrie of Wellington, said the present government would not prosecute manufacturers for evasions of the law, A prosecution Inaugurated by the late government had been stopped, he said. ' ' I �'Ait the evening session, the closure debate was resumed toy Hon. Charles Marcll, e.\-Speaker of the House, whose criticism of the new rules was thitt they were more drastic than the British closure; that In the event of a decision to cut off a debate, such action \ 11811 68 ;