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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRJI. 25, 1911 THE LETHRRIDGE DAILY I1EUALU PAGE TIIIKTEEN Saturday Night Specials On Sate for Three Hours, 7 to 10, ATRYLANDS' 15 dozen only Black Cotton Hose, size i to 10. Iiei'o is a bargain. 1 DC WWto Lingerie Muslin QK up to 92.00. On Kale tonigbt.......... ODC 50 pall's of A. Cornets worth All now goods, tonight Phones Kcs.1115 Office 1224 Mrs. A. U. will rewlvei roa Tasituy Irom four to I A li'Jitt wedding was at IsU iu !irr new ut 1212 Seventh St. Andrew's muse Sa'.urJay ov- Ave., S, Mis. SaiiL-Jers au-1 Miss; April ISth, wl.ui Miss Marion Ladles' Summer Combinations, fine gsuixe, regular 50 and Oik. Tonight. Silk Hose, grannies of worth up to pair. Tonight lines Linen Towels, a. special let worth 40c a pair. Ilalf price ft 20c I SauiiUers, of California, will iccelve Bj-Rith thu "j Rev. A. G. asiJ Mrs. Cameron ie- j turned Otis i.iorning from attending :syaod at Calvary. The Daughters and MaUla o! I lauil ivill entertain at one oi ___ lj pleasant dances Eu Die K. ol I1, hall I lion May 21st, l Tcitaant Lecatne the briiic ol Mr. Karl The liride. vas by Miss Mar "icot u-i.Or prooni S'JirortcJ !jv Mr. Hertert I'eircwent. j .Mr. anil Mrs. Hamuir.n irill rcstilc on Ttt-elltli St., A., X. Clubs and Societies Silks worth up to a yard. Taffeta, Messafine and Tamollno.......... 20 only large Flannelette Wliite Blankets, regular Toniglit MiB.Knds of White to 5 yard-lengths; per Msry's Men's society wt.lst drive on Tuesday nig'.i In paribb Sirs. M. IJehiire anil sor.3 have' hall promises to te :i success, gone to I'relutc, where they fi will make- their f'ul'jre home. The English son Ire ot St. 1'aul's First I.nil.rrau d.utch will be Mrsi T. U. Daiiilsnu at' withdrawn ultogcllitr nn Sunday fine- hundred last, Vcrar. morning r.ext nnd ini'.iwl a Herman tallies were '-a play, fl.e favois going will he held ul I! am. i to Mrs. 0. J. t'ourtice and Mr. Do3-; v The music in church 8c Mrs, Charles S. Morris (nfe i fifth who been visiting friends In Calgary, was joined yrs- Itcrday by Mr7 Morria. Tlicy will Men's black and colored Lisle ft Socks, 25c to 50c for.................. IOC Buys a Ladles' Suit tonight, worth P ?22 and No trouble tfl AM show these. Come in tonight, The Busy spend I.odgf. weet-cnd at sen lee will ho held ir. the mottling, anil ai.fl reception ser- viee in the evening. A general meeting o! the MathKis rluli will held in lie Y. M. C. A auditorium on Wednesday, April 28tl fat tlirco o'clccV, the Art an I Literature section will be in chwge. i liter, (i. 11. CobbleoVi will give an Spring Suits and Coats Are Selling Readily These Days Low Priced Hngs in Iloii.st' Furnishing Di'pt. Just iiljO'jt tv'outv of fibre !n Mnisbtlb -Ifpc-l, Oriental srcva. laa aa.l Sljt '.'T OGp by 61. I'.Cijalar Sn-cln! WWU C'olort'rt Honlm-d in. Wide on Sale at Colored flunk-red Scrims In dark colorings or ltd and tl'JC, Heiii ilc-slsns with plain centre and tan ami blue bc-rder. 30 Inches 1 jJJLn wide. 2C'C jwl I 2 Special Price on Ladies' Unskin Slippers, Values Monday twenty-five I'llrs of Ihese I-adles' Buskin Honsn SllmWrs. leather 13 line Ucl Is w-Mc last. low lioels and elastic tracts. Very ccmfonuUe (iillng. All sizes. 1Q Regular 51.50. Monday 130 Pairs of Men's Black Cotton Half pairs 25c Monday Wo have Just opened up a largo nhtcment of Men's Half Hcio. Tills line Is the popular black cotton hosiery wllli spliced liecli and toes. A ilno Ciat Is worth 2ic in ordinary OKfi way. ilocoay 2 for.................... Another Knnge uf Ladies' Suits Just Monday A bevy of pretty In Ladles' Suits on salo In Rcady-toAVcar Section. All the newest tex- tures, all tho latest styles. Values S 4 a fE up to 535 In file lot. llondsy anls of faiify Ulinitlr-s white an.J to ?25.00 512.98 Savings in (lie Grocery Section for Monday Grnat. West Wash. Powder Swift's Wliifo Laundry Soap, (i for .....'.-.--250 Old Dutch Olennsev 3 for...25c MEXICO-SIDE'OF-TAMPICO AFFAIR--. WHY THE FLAG WAS NOT SALUTED kit, Uordoii.McN-.abh, Stewait IMII- Oa ncsi ta First Bap- and Clarence Marris The yooijs recipient mcny pretty Urtliflay i'c on: of bis sfnrj'-recitalK-includ- j iiig such chotre as the j VTiio Lost Word" OEO ol the most delightful .little' other wise man" Irom Hcniy Van dar.eia of the rost-I.entcniseason was j Mon.ins, Afternoon, and that nivtn last evening-in the Ceatral i Kvcnins ol I.iic" IOT- aurlitorium ly the gupsts ofi.er, ar.d' the old rtiary ot lorcign. at- j the1 Ldhbridgo Teachers' clA. i-ryainulicn nnd lialalca" by-W. S. the .iniuiEler teing hall had hecn transtormeii into a cosy Gilrt'rt; snrt "Dinibtiiig Thomjis" by lalo, and continued dr.nvliig-ro.oin by 'neans of easyi thr Tills is cvideat- 5IoJiro City-1'ortillo y Koju, mln-. toe WM cittndrd_ when tsfer 61 loreisn afiaires, In loraatio begun _......._... __. ins that it would be. impossible t, the subsrcrttary of lorcign at-1 the' I.elhbridso Teachers' agrco to the demand ot tho United fairs in Mexico, thi Stales thai nag of fliat country absent at that dali. _ _..... Ii3 unconditionallr sainted, gave out unlil now. chairs, palms, fern's and qMjitities ol the following stalemeol "On the 9th ot the yrcsent month, between It a. in. and noon, a boat without an American Hag and jiinc'marines nnd or.o office-.1 landed at a point calleil the Heach of Ttur- liide in Tampico.' Coi. Haymo'n'd Hin- ojosa, who lias charge ol defending that point, detained the marines and oiTiccr and conducted them 'Jo the presence ol the Renernl who had com- mand of the Jort, Jgnacio 'Morelos It should fof remembered that al this time the norV riot only wai un- itct. military Control, hut vtt .Tltk- itanding an attack by tttxU. "Ucn. immediately and even investigating the case, put the niarir.es and tho officer at liierty, placed Hinojosa in prison, and sent an apnlogy to lifsr Admiral Mayo, the commar.dcr ol the Ameri- can fleet. thought tho Incliltnt was clos- fil, hut unfortunately this not no, hecausc. Mayo to him some- time, aitetward an uHlmaluni In which he asked that a second apol- ojy be presented to him by. ths staii of.tlio chief ol ths fort, Gen.1 Zara- gozn; that the American flag ho liqislcd at a puhllc place.In Tampico nnd saluted ly twenty-one guns am liesldes the ssvcie punishment o" Ilinojosa, stlpulallng this b done .ivitliln hours. raeworthy. Ib al- HijinlolliGm.-'Mis. It. P. so auin.iriieu me minister of foreign Mrs. A. B. Mrs. K. afiairs to expresf .regret on account Thompson, Mrs. .H.'A. McKillbp and ol tho inciccnt. Mrs. J. H. Flcctwood. Huevla, when Inlormcd jcainatious, while card tallies- .-.ic'ra' of the case, ordered another Invest 1- j nrrangcj at Hie sides oi Hie- ropin'fjir ration ot the tacts, an-l the runlsh- j those not'caring lo'dancc..-'- 'r nwt of ilm guilty officer, it it were The patronesses were Mrs.. J.. jroved he wai bla o autlinrized the he became awnre that the to nncn lie ttwiiic Hint me; America government supporlM were weleo.r.ed l.y Urs leanest ol Hear Admiral 5IlSi McKillop and Mrs. rhomp- tive to a ealu'ta to. the American (lag, which hid not Insulted, ho pro- j IIOSH) to show his good will toward, the American ilthough he- did not Iklnk iuch was piopoilag the flags ot the tiro utftts kt holsUd and saluted reciprocally and clmultaceoualy. "Thf, American government did not agree with tho iilca, but insisted up- ly.a unique opportunity. The Women's Missionary society- oi church met yesterday atlcr- nocn, wjifn the main feature was the election of officers, which resulted as follows C-. E. Tirnndow. S. Gal- The guests, who numbered one bun- ]braith. "J Recording R. II. Doi.-son. Cor. Dawson. Ciiiie's orchpslra provided excclSenl Hedmond. and combined wilh. the Superlnlenrlcnt of Syshmatio Oiv- (lanclng a rer.l- W. A. Hamilton. ng-rs. pleaBurc, and. the guests were 'inatii. Convener of Plural Committee moss in asking for encores, v.-hicli jits. Cooler. were graciously given. j. Convrnrr oi Lookout Committee- Very Inviting viands weic. served Mrs. T. S. Fetteriy. at hall time, alter which Miss A resolution of appreciation was Vnapst, (it Oltava, a graduate iik agree with the iilca, but ins stcd pf CJ. ,0 on Hear Admiral Mayo a .eQUMt.gli- 1 al ,.ig assurance that according _. t-rnnlional practico the salute woiilil! bo relumed by American cannon af- ter the salulo to the American nag. This was not accepted by President lluerta, who insisted upon his propo- a passed to Mis. T. W. for her three. I M. i fl o k jntcrrsts and a social bpur in to K., 'Were shipped into Alberta the Past Year BB Tlic I.ctlibridgc opTirlion, ;il rato of 35 cents per dozen, rcprcsenls M dully loss of (o pur dislricLfoi' ciich dav of Ilic vcar. affair would he presented to the Am-lately put al liberty hy'Gen. Zara- coniinnndtr ol. 1'prt Tampico, ness of a subaltern, which mtglil be act that his government did not ac- if it is taken' ccpl tlic Idea of a signaliite of any ir.fo consideration that the marines protocol wliatevcr, but wanted an un- whfn detnlneil liail gone ashore In un- conditional salute ot tho American (form witliout of the mill- Hag. "This tho Mexican government lary the port heing at vnv re- the monirnt not only in a stale of fused, feeling II had done all possible, war but under by rebels, the in vir.w of the friendly umlrrstandlng charge d' nflaircs of the iietwecn the governments, and States and tlie ninisfc-r of foreign re- an lations of Mestco ncling-ln their of- believing Ihc acceptance of such imposition would be cqiilralrnt yielding hy Mexico to liumiliatlon. cap.iciflej, agree as follows That thp Mexican government, The McNlcan government h ccmftdcnl by a ilrsirc of shoVing the that tlio world will find Us will It feels toward Ihe peopb conduct been wise anil Icmperate, 0( Unite.-) RUtfS and acting in II---I It nil fkA that It has odsfrvci! all the rcquiie- rnenta .ol international law and that the rdusal to yield lurthcr Is in- spired only by a regard for Its honor ami dignity." Tho dralt of the protocol liy refused signature by tho United States, follows-; a