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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, April 16,1913 THE LETHPRIDaE DAILY HEKALD Page y THE ROC Ky eiT^ TQfi AC CO C 0. fcl MI TED -7 QUE BE C �Johti Jameson Whiskey Every commodity has its one superior brand In Whiskey it is John Jameson Whiskey NSTIM MEETING HEARD EXCELLENT ADDRESSES ON SUBJECTS OF INTEREST-LIBERAL RALLY JONIGHT Raymond, ApriM'l.-Br. Wray gav� a lecture on contagious diseasoa, and Mrs. Clufl gave �ne on suitable foods for spring and summer, and Mrs. Weed on poultry raising, last , Wednesday in.the second ward meeting house, to the Woman's Farm Institute. The Instiiute meetB" the second Wednesday in the month, and all the women, both old and young, are invited to attend, and listen to the instructive .lectures. Mr,, andmrs. A. E. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. �J. a. Allred, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Argil, and Mr. M. Y. Croxall, have just-returned from ITtah, where the flriit two couples were, married, they will make their home in Raymond. Mr. and; Mrs. A, Hioken just got home from Arizona where they have been on the railroad, they say that Alberta is good enough for them. The friends"ot Mr. R. A. Amos, are glad to?see him around again since his operation two weeks ago for appendicitis. Mr. M. H. Brimhall is recovering from his accident of last week. � Mr, Kull Thompson and his two sons, with several others, have gone up on the canal ati Brooks to work for'the C.P.R. Mrs. E. Allen has gone to Medicine Ilat to visit for a week. Mr*s. Stone, the mother of Mr. W. C. Stone, is back in Raymond to spend the summer. Tiie Messrs. Reert, Card and Rollo Konzid: have just returned from Utah, where they �, .Jiave been attending school at the B. U; Mr, Ray Knight just got in from Utah, where he was: called last week. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Judson, of Ta-hcr, were in town today with Mr. B. A. Caven, the election clerk placing the, ballot.vhoxes. Mr. T. J. O'brien is deputy returning .officer for the Raymond poll. The work in the academy now is mostly a review, the students are preparing for .the government examinations, .which will, take place some time in July. There will be four writmg: on'grade twelve, six on eleven, four on/ten;:and seven on grade' nine.  > : late last night. Mayor Spencer,;! Conservative candidate in Med-> icine Hat riding was thrown.:r>:� from his auto, a distance - of ��> : twenty-five f�et and seriously;^* ; injured. . Taking a short icut, : Rtr.v..^, ? Stiibkrider, who was driving, ;'.? : suddenly came upon a hole abr?:* ? out sevon feet deep, halt full > of water. He gripped: the !';? ? steering wheel, and. was riot. ? Injured much. Mr. , Spencer: Jk-> and will be Iftid up for a weekt:>j> �> or ten days. His wrist' -^as- > : dislocated, and his knee :fn-v ? ]ured. , ' ,: ? ? ? ? : : ? ? ? , JUNCTION TOWN . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ It Kas.tiie real Havana flavor-witli;tli4i^^ jnellow^'Tichxiiss of: tlie Quban leaf. It?s=a-'l cigar'yoii'll enjoy as much after dinner as. you' will^ after breakfast. It's sweet and mild, ytet;;fviU:flayoredv ^ �� m better than any other. locii, cigar yott ever smoked. �Ji^st try ..cue' .and see Money In.TSie i^slies � cin^ Alnraiiiiimi .-Tags - ;liStirllng, April 16.-Stirling turned out w masse last night to cheer for the; Hon. Archie McLeani It was ft. hi&';D^pwd, and a big aneeting. It wiilvihe practically a  solid vote at Stirling, and there is no doubt but that W.. C. Ives win cut a mighty poor showing., The feeling Is growing daily ithat he will lose his deposit. The speakers were Hon. A, J. McLean J. B. Wilkle and H. Ostium?. iAlI speakers received a nlost en-thu.siastlo welcome and the popular provinQial secretary received an ovation. The people are solidly behind Sifton and progress, and the defamers of., Alberta, In the shape ot a policy-less opposition will be given theirs'on Thursday. No one in Stl^ ling'has heard so omuch as one constructive sentence fa'om a Conservah tive, in the whole campaign. Lest-a Smile Mr, Ball always smiles while on the platform-at least he always did until last night. Even then he wore a benign countenance until he beg,in to (Satch the drift of the few polite remarks addressed his way by the speaker from Vancouver, Then was the smile vanished into outer dark ness. It fcame off. It wouldn't work. Socialistic hot blasts are not good for Conservative smiles-nor for the Grit ones either, A-s the Chinook banishes the snow, so did the president lose his smile under the breath from the living fire that occupied the centre of the stage for some sixty or so mhiutes 'ttt the conclusion of last night's perforimance,  The loss of the s^iilc was the outstanding feature of last night's meeting. The cfowd had been advised to come an^ hear J, O. Jones exposed. The play might have been entitled, "Lost-a Smile." Outside of that the meeting was somewhat unique In the annals of Lethljridge political campaigns. A Socialist is sontething new in this liarb of the 'world. Some even have the Idea they grow horns. They don't but they t!an say some veiy 'warm things ia a ratheip pointed -way.. ^ Mr. ,l�nig:ht. Spoke first. He doesn't likfe the JiibiiStbS,; In fact they are BO far down the social scale that he hardly deign^ to mention them more than a tionsand times or so. He didn't say much atout the A. & G.W. only insofar as it served the purpose to show" that It �was -done hy the Grits and Grits and Tories are a3,l the same ttf the wftg^e slave. Mr. Ball spoke plieasantly. for twenty mih'utes. He'had no quaTrel, just at the time he was'speaking, with the Socialist; party. Wliefher he changed his opinion, after Mr. Fitzgerald's outburst of eloqnence; ie did not say. The Rapid irire Contest Mr. Fitzgerald Held the floor. for many^mttiiAes. He can hold it too. It was food foi- the,lanSi Bets were made freely, in thV back pews that he can go niore wordis a minute than Mr, Biennett, and '.when) he threw out the challenge at thO: end of his speech, offeWng t0'. met any Liberal or Conservative speaker in the province, the bugs at tbe':t�acfe"of the room commenced 'figurlnig on, some way to bring the tn-o together. Tommy Burns and Luke McCarthy wouldn't be in it *s a drawing card. His �s?Boh waa mostly Socialistic. It was fiery, like the speaker. As an oration it was about the host thing heard here for some time. As a monologue artist Mr. Fitzgerald has R. B.'s court scene and dialogue with Imaginary' witness chased off the block.. He was to, have exposed Mr. Jones, and endeavored to show by reading a.telegram and a letter from a certain Mr. Carter of Manitoba, who he said, was well known to a certain gentleman i styling vhlmSelf Hon, Bob Rogers, staUhg that Mr. Jones had approached him to g�fc In on the Oon-servatlva :6ide of'the fence somewhere. That; was hefore he was nominated' by.itheLaibor meh of Leth-brldge;:"Th6�i�>wd could hardly catch the drift of'the remarks and the ex-,' pose; ol: Mr. Jones was mther flat, Howerer the rest of the speech made up- fori it Ho expressed his opinion that T)ri: Stewart would not toe the nextincesiahei-Jtor Lethbridge, hoped that Mr. Jones wouid not he, and urg- ilifflPiiiSPSEIil^ Seamless Hose Is Wortb The Money -No Other Kind Caa Be For yourself, or your household, only Pen-Angle Hosiery I Because this ia the kind knit to fit without a seam-smooth-fitting comfort, longer wear, less darning, no rips nor bulges. This is this only hose made that really ^te-that snugs in dose and shapely to every curve of the foot and leg-that hasn't a seam-and yet you are not asked to pay more for it than you have been used to paying for the common kind. Full-Fashioned "Seamless . Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle Hosiery will fit you better and suit you best, whatever weight you want and whatever color. The store you trade at keeps it. Just look for the trademark. 7( Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Hosiery KING CONSTANTINE'S POCKET MONEY Athens, April 15.-The clmmber today voted King Constantlne 1. a civil list of $400,000 and the Dowager Queen Olga $60,000.. The Grecian blockade of the coasts'of Elplrus and Albania has been raised '.In consequence of the internatlbnaf blockade now in effect on the Albanian and Montenegrin coast. ' REVIVED AN ANCIENT PEERAGE London, April IB.-A pretty 12-year-old girl is now the youngest peeress, the King having called out of" abej-- ance the ancient barony of Furnivall in favor of the Honorable Mary Fran.; ces Petro, daughter of Lady Audi'ey Petre, The barony, oreated la 1295, has been dormant since 1777.' PENSIONS FOR MOTHERS Lansing, Mich., April 15.-The; State Senate yesterday passed a bill,, to establish pensions for mothers. The bill provides that mothers having children atftiendienlt on them, may draw not to exoe�4 J3.O0 per week, for each child, upon order of t3ie pro-. bate court. ed. that: Mr. Kntght should be. ORRINE CURES DRINK HABIT |>AYKB.|,lAIITEI� .stamped' 25c. and tas.r-ittV't'lor do . . , ciarp" Cigars,'AYatca the ash a? you �ow we41 we cajier to smokea."Eiordpa^VoV.!'if-yQ�';$�d' your individual t'aiite.^-J? an-'aluminum tag^'-talW It to' your  , f , ^ ; rM � - '-'x 'J ' ^ dealer and he Wih caSiU it'for yon. . lU * Flor de C^aro". 9-' J;. -^ c ,. , , , '6 ?i^rom an ontabio ,reader 4. i^^ '|';;v Attierta's notedme'Vifepa&eri'ihe > -,-.;...-.:(.'. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE FARM IMPLEMENTS At our Farm (Old Welis.Slding Farin) Weils Siding, Station SAJURDAY, APRIL 19th 3 Cockshutt Riding Plows 2 Land Packers, I 4'A foot Mower,: . ;. II Drag harrows 1 Garden Cultivator 1 Garden Hand Drill laiMsc Harrows 16 h,p. Gasoline Engine 1 Pumping Jack 1 Harvester Header 1 Weeder 1 Baler and horse power 6 :Wagons 1 Light buggy 1 Large water wagon tank 1 Round water wagon tank 3 150-bU8, wagbngraiu tauks': 1 Cook carandtruck .; 1 Bunk Car and truck,: � 1 Reeves Separator '"' 1 32 h.p. Reeves engine 1 10 Bottom Deere Engine^ gang, complete bottoms for : breaking and stubble. . 12 bundle racks 1 well-drillliig outfit ::i.:- : 21 sets heavy work harnfeBS;'. double � 33 halters y 2 saddles 1 harness-repair bench t': ; : Belts and'belting Complete line of tools for farm work; blacksmith's tools and supplies, v Other Implements In ' large quantities,: Household goods. Chairs and beds, beS^pWhgb' deSks, refrlgetalorg, ehums stoves, kltehi&n 'Utdnellti, washing machine, mangle; etc. TERMS-All sums ,of:';$25,00 and under, dash; amounts over $25,00, one-third cash andvh'alance: approved .notes, dALE BEGINS 11,00 a.m. Lethbridge and Cardston trajns arrive 10,30 a.m. and Ieav. THE ALBERT/^-WHEAT GROWERS CO., LTD. -----;.v:�w. LOOK AT THIS! Get busy '^tl\ I'aritiier, we-have tw.o d6?i^'n It AIJiRiA SMPLERY CO., U 306 Fiitb Sti^et Sbtlth 28 ;