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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBM-DGE DAlt/t^ .HERALD  '_ Tnesflay, Aik-il 22, 1013 1 OF BUSINliSS Just a fcnv more days left ;n ^^hich to make your choice from a higvli grade ^tock of Jewelry, Cut Glass, S'ilvcrwal-e, etc, at'47rice8 D^low cost. No marking up of croods II Saturday'it. was (n-ideiU that customers dnm and on Satitrday the Iast day, of thi| saliy aii|' reasonable offer \vi 11 be f cueptod but genuine bargains of anything you niaj^ select. Judging by the crowds that bought here on Saturday; if was evident that customcrjTduriug the wooJc hrtrt'oidljrci'r'fdo^^^^ of the real bargains they had secured. On each day of tuis week special prices Will be given s ' " - ^ - -- - - > ' on any remaining article in the store. Tuesday Reg. CWld's Cups, Tea Balls.. . . Cake Dish .. Fruit Dish .. Bread Traj's . Fruit Dish ... Butter Dish, . Chocolate Pol Bake Dish ... Crumb Sets, .. Napkin Rings Sale. 70c. 55c ... .$1.50. .... $1.25, $8.00. .$3.75 ....$10.00, {j;4.75 .....$6.00, $2.75 ..v..$6.75, .$3.25 ...-.$3.75, $2.00 ...?ll.-00, $5.75. ...?n.oo, $G.75 ..$9.00, $4.25 ... $1.00, .jOe. Four-Piece Tea Set with Tray; regular $60.00 for____.....$3-A.OO ,Five-Piece Tea Set. regular $55.00 ................ $2o.00 These are botli new sets. Wednesday $1 Ingersoll Watches for----65o. Big Ben Alarms for........$2.10 Ordinary alarm clocks for ... 40('. Eight-day Mantle clocks; values up 'to $12.00 for............$5.75 Cathedral Chime clock in handsome Mahogany case. reg. $38, '$20.00 .Jewel Boxes, reg. $6.50 for.. ,$2.75 .Jewel Boxes, reg. $9.00 for . ..$4.25 .Tewcl Boxes, reg." $11.00 tor $5.50 All Brass Goods must be sold this week regardless of cost. Thursday Friday WILL BE AN OPPORTUNITY TO BUY THE BEST KNOWN MAKES OF WATCHES, Such as Waltham, Elgin, Howard, etc., at below- cost, in Gent's and Ladies' sizes. WALTHAM, 17 Jewels in Fortune Gold Filled case for ..... $9,50 In Nickle Case ior........$(>.25 WILL BE OUR SPECIAL . DIAMOl^D DAY and all solid gold goods, such as Bi'oocheSj, Bracelets, Bar,Pins, Stick Pins, eftc, \Vill go at a sacrifice. Fine 1 1-2 kt. Perfect Diamond, reg. ular $400 for ......... $302.00 Solitaire Diamond, perfect steel blue , regular $280 for ...'... $185.00 Gent's Ring, value $105.00 v for..................$105.00 Saturday COME IN AND MAKE US AN  OFFEJR ON ANYTHING THAT IS LEFT ^ To convince yonrselves of the vnliies we are offering, e()mj)are our prices with other stores. We have over a Imndred Diamond!?, mounted and unset for your selection ;f � * > > � o ? DON'T MISS KEMP (Continued from Iron: j-khi- liy MEDICINE HAT ' w,^'''**edlcine Hat; Alta.. April 21.- The total vow In Medicine Hst con- �M' -'^^'^^'^y'^^^ Mayor Speicer 83 , . '^^iority. A, recount i� in progreBS. ' S;j\There';were 73 rotes h?ld up in the , It is nnderatood^ that theae ^ lyerp^/ ahout evenly divided. All ballot hoses are not in hand, and the re-" count TflU be delayed .some days. tion, hopes to promote world peace through setting up international machinery which .will open the way ^tor nations ito cool off in times when passions are running high, and will afford an opportunity tor a second thought. � In fact, the Bryan plan already is b*ing referred to as "the sober second thought." t Mr. Bryan's plan, it is said, contemplates the negotiation of arbitration treaties which -will provide for the reference of all questions of di,s-pUtCi including those of vital interest to the national honor, & an international coart of inquiry. , '-Find on the Facts The findings of this cowrt, as mem hers of. tJie^Sfenate committee, are to merely find on the facts, and not to be binding-on other nations. Peud liig arliltration thfse disputiing na tions, under, the tern;^ of the propbfi^ ed treaty,. will be botmd to make no change In thfir military strength or status-^not to increase their arma' ment, mcbJlIee troops, or'in any way to alter the mili-tary policy as it existed at the beginning of the contro-veSrsy. The entire groundwork of the^' Bryan plans seem to consist in the idea that if contesting nations only have the opportunity for a calm rfecond' thought, are relieved from the incidental irritation that comes .from war preparations, 'the c5ian or fifty people. He is clever ? in every sense" of the word, > and those who have he&rd him ? are simply delighted, : Tonight he wjll give Charles ? Kline's "aruaic Master," as ? dramatized for BeJagco, and heard him. .As an entertaln-: er he Is a genius.-' . " , : o^* : �> � � * 4 * > fence would have to cBtablish' *y the evidence that the accused is entitled to a jury. :'  By consewfc ,the court heard a civil case, in' which W. A. Buchanan is asldng for Judgment against  TiUey and Darrell for some tOOO on a written agreement,.; S. J. Shepherd appeared for the .'plaintiff and: W, S. Ball for the defendants. Judgment was reserved. '. Eighteen l^g Dist- ' ahce Toll Lines (Continued - from Iront page). and the past. wiht?r^,kaymond grath were botV^made first-class as &n arbitral award. The Knox plan provided ,that-in cases where disputing nations were-unahle to agree as to wheth^ or not- a controversy was arbitrable,, the question :BhouId be referred to a joint /high: comni^Bsion, whose decision sTJ^ould be hldidg.' It waa this .feature of the Taft-Knox programme that . thb United States Senate -resented. � Th^y contended that i'the proposed, treaties took from the Senate - the -power of deciding whether cr not questions were arbitrable, and lodged .that power in a commlfiBion to be. made up partly, of Americans/ and parj;ly of �fofelgnera. Mr., Bryan apparently intends from the outset to avoid -..the pitfalls that wrecked the efforts of .the Taft administration along.'this; line. This is indicated nob only; by jfaia; determination to avoid' the lobj^ctionabje feat-, ures of the. Taft j.yla;p, 1 but. also to! take the Senate cojpinilittee Into hi�! confidence in regard tp thi^ scheme. ot fices, lady: agents in charge, and only a .feWi;days ago a similar chang^ 'was made in Taber. Almost, any ;of tliese places boast of more local telephone ^connections than? Lethbridge had' wiien the first; long distance message^came.over the -wire between Lethbridg� and Calgary. COUNCIL iDA 1 KILLED  M LinLE PECULIAR CRIME AT PORT AR THUR-WAS IT MoVhF.R'S DEED while INSaImE Port Arthur, Ont; April 22:-An enghteen month old boy,:was murdered -aa he slept in his 'cot at 43^ North Courlt Street early this morning.'The father aii-d mother, Mr. arid Mrs. Redmond MTcGrath, are-now lying In the hospital, the raari with his upper jaw bona-^bi^okeHi the" eyes>swollen '-, to blindness and cuts over his.face. The woman .is. In- a similar, coadiUon and will: not talk. Theichlld was Skilled by aliiiaw on the head with antaxe There is no clue to-.a third party .who, had any .connection with/'the "crlme. The father.says he knows nothing beyond that^ he �woke: ,with . th6 warm blood floodlujar" hla. face, 'and called to 'his wife > by hif side lo lielp him. She said can't.....I/m allin," McGrath|s father who: Uve^s next door, went'Into ihp hbiise this morning and- discovered the tragedy. It 1^ said the mother of the child had been In the past, .object to a\ state of ipental aberration and that her husband *^hen. drlnkiijg heavily''is years. J. R. Palmer, ftotine for John 'Klnnl' burgh, charged vrtth theft �trPirif'aC,; P, R, car, also asked^for a^'jucy, but this was not granf^fl..l}y- thfe' Court;: Justice Simmons statjiig tbitf th'e. de- /�}">,,'J.'.'.: After putting in the whole of 'yesterday afternoou-r-the regular- council day-in the discussion of industrial problems, the city council found Itself today in difiieultles when, it came to securing a quorum for the adjourn-, ed meeting. However. Aid. Covering came to the rescue presenting himself in the council chamber 'lOnK enough to provide: the quorum necessary to begin work. Aid Aird and Hamilton, with the Mayor, were the others present. " The Mayor pointed ' out. a ruling in matters of procedure to show that, if one of the quorum left after the calllng-tp order of the meeting, the meeting ' could legally proceedv with business-unless one of the remaining^ aldermen ' questioned' the proceeding. Council meetings have come with such, frequency this year that some of the. members are rather mciined to absent themselves. They contend that committee meetings could handle the business pust as expediently as the whole council. Routine business was In order to-any unneceiisary burdens on its day, the depleted'council not talcing [ shoulders- �Supt. Held wrote that the city elee-tricians vcere contflderring'the .'advisability of a J200 license fee for electrical firms working: in the city. 1 ,, . The city stable foreman showed a credit Of $491.20 for Ifarch, . The Salvatloii.Army. asked for.the usual donation of jiOO.OO; . � Mayor Hardla reported pfflclaliy the results ' of the February industrial trip. SENT UP FOR .TRIAL ?!:: Roland Swallow,:'who ijB:�alleg0di;to have stolen a horse some seven weeks ago frdm Hugh Taylor, was thiB morning committed" for: trial--by Inspector "West.., > , * A LITTLE GOMPARISON between the' of coal vsi;gaa: for,lleatiiig- purposes im.- : . v . mediatelyjpoints out the great advantage of ^uging gas. ; r,, .; Witli tlie use of Gas for iieating you absolutely elimijialiG buikling and Jighting of fires with the. coiiburrent irritations and vexations, the cleaning u]) of ashe� and dirt and the constant AVatehiJjg and attendance.  .:,.;:'  ":  : With the use of Gas you merely turn a little jet and apply.. ,� a match. You regulate the heat by increasing or decreas-' ing the flow.  ^^�'�/:-:' Ho simple, so time-saving, so money-saving as to mifkfS' it simply wonderful in its, operation. ;  , ...j, - ' ,  . ,,.....r-^^^^ � , . ; ', Your Avife will apprecit^te.Gas foj- heating. It.moans a fifreat deal to her. , '........- V 'v,! :.\ Anfl you win q>i>nvftfiM<^: it too when yhig ^re^ige , Let us pi*ove it to you. 'mi: Natural Gas LETHBRiqiGE , . is Sill PI 26 ;