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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AFRH, 20. 1911 THE r-ETHIUUDGE DAILY II E K A I. P PAGE NINE The Challenge is Accepted, Come in and Compare Prices-- That's All- Wright, the Jeweler MILA Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Mrs. J..F, omlth, 5 Siralhcona Court, on Friday afitr-1 coon for Uie first time in LetlilirMge.' when fiylands will receive wltU the Afterwards Ernllh wKl receive on llio socoiid Fri- day. J. S, Jones of Hlijh HIver is lift, cueit Mayor and Mrs. W. L. Hardle. Mr. H. D. Wilson of Medteiae Hat Is visiting Iii tlia city. r Master, Harry -Bqnoell, -who has Leea.lU at the Galt'lloaiJlt'al, as the result ol an. accident, has sufficttnllv recovered to return j Ml3s EJhol bas teen 111 Tor BOme.--.vetkB Aitli an attack of rheumatism, is'.improving'slowly, ami But.if they do. Government Will do its Best to. Put Down Will Answer No More Ulster Queries After This Week London, April, 29. The .'Kaleido- scopic change which Mr. Churchill's final sfiitences nrought ou'ihe House ol Commons last was'reflected oh the assembling of the House -to- day. The temperamental-'.atmosphere was weather bright and was attached to .the fact- the conclusion ol-the cabinet meeting" in the morning, Mr. -.Churchill? regained for some time irlth-lhe Premier. One hundicu down for the Premier lo'atisfi'er. How.ever, thuu is to be a close Wspn for Mr. 'Asquith. dealing .with, quo-iiftr, .the Premier" declared" he voiiijKanswcc-.'no more questions af- ter this 'week eoacerncd or military raised -today''vrasf. jvhe- (her; ships' conliibulfif' hy HfceVOvcr- scas liorfiiriinns we're llabtp'for :-ser- vice ,v in civil .fjMr, Churchill was the Inference contained in .a brace ol "As I have already Mr. ABquith, "I arii loath to'believe that any officer would divulge confidential instructions." -An important statement camo Lord Robert Cecil asked ii Mr! .'oSer the', previous night was marie, on the authority, oi. tha government. "The offer-was made on-'his own replied the "But had the approval ot the government ?'.1 persisted Lord Robert. understand my. friend intended to invite an Sir Edward Carson in the 'Spirit indicated] and .t is 'the case I -am heart- is HOT ablo to be out for a little time each day. Scores of visitors called 01 Mrs. Charles ycsu-rday to wel- come Mrs, Jan Is, an old-timer iu LethUrfdge, "who Is claying with Mrs. McKt'rtop. 31rs. .Mt-Kiiloi> wore a be- coming gon_h of black and white silk, wlit I o Mrs. Jarvis a handeoiiic gown of grey etrlpe-l witii lace .Miss Mtrparct McKill In dafnty white lingerie and pale ribbons, served the dainties. 4 Many indeed were tho gueals called yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. 11. S. Smith and Mrs. (Dr.) Rob- ertson were formally at home tor the last limb this season at Che home the former, Glenc-lg Tower. Mrs. Smith ware a very becoming costume of black stfk en Iraine, with laca bo die o pver pale blue, wh'ie Mis. Hob- ertson wore an elaliuralo Krencliy creation of obampsgne voile. slips Edru Smith, who eervcd Uie tea hour but'there will Jio.cjvjl war, .unless it be. oi the mat' ig ol tljc opposition." So spoke Right Hon. Winston Churchill in the house of commons i Wack girdlc aTld faEh irJHuence nnd good make Ireland an integ- Mr. J. p. Simpson auu jjr. D. A. Simpsoii on Monday ntgnt receivcJ the sad message that Cielr sisler, .Mrs. McRae, passed away on ilon- day afterttoan, at the home o' her eis- ths Iljicr in Ont. Mrs. JlcIUe Sir Edward used language of that.formerly residnd ia Lelblrldse. and ize bis position In relation to the gteat problem, and it1 would Lafiord bright prospects, which would faring honor and not discredit to nil 'Con- cerned." HINDU .Oriental Doctor Pulled Off Some Stunts of Atnazlng Character so fat as tha ily in sympathy .AST quith-replied amid clirers froni his own -side. Soon afterwards the House resum- ed yesterday's vote of censure debate, j..-. ...L HI, Hon. Arthur J, Half our opening laconic'ncgjiitlvij.i'Then.-llietoi-rol-1 today. Demagogic, -jratorj- was Hip label posted by him Mr. Chutch- ......sppfch of last saying it- just liave bccti when the' 'government cliosc no man will dare jisk him any such''a champion. Mr, Balfour cx- Fernte, B.C., April local spiritualistg held their neelfly nmet- Ing -la the'Fernie Hotel parlor, the commUleo being unable to eccure larger nuatters at present. Profe'sor Reid of Nova paper on the "Influence of Mind Over and a learned gentle- man From tho Orient, Dr. Ehtysrof, demonstrated in A manner tnflt con vlnced the most skeptical that spirit- ualtsm was but a humbug. more questions. As for the reported arming of lhe Nationalists, .Mr. Asqiiith aspired the :whicli miscarried through no-merit that, tlie government knew all'on the part'of the government. He full agreement the alle- gation of a plot .afiainst IMsler hut abo'Jt it. 'I'liat' confidenlial instructioris divulged by oJlicecs to the opposition, Ar'New Story Instead of m-ats, hot cakec, white bread, for breakfast, try some' fruit, a cflih of Grape-NuU and cream, 4 soft boiled egg, and a hot of Postum. After a week or t'vo on such a diet nature will then tell you a nevr llory of-comfort. ?ll the nourishment of wheat and barley In crisp, appearing form. It Ifi so dextrinfzed. by long baking at to be promptly digested and traniformed Into health and en- ergy for body and brain. Thouundi, wiie throujh ex- know (he advantages of curefully selected fooii and regularly Use Grape-Nuts "THERE'S A REASON" by Canadian Postum Cereal Cj., Ltd., Wlndiori HIGH SCHOOL Medicine Hat Will Have Department of Education Sell the. Bonds ileOIcino Hal, April School Board has decided to ].1acc the sale ot the new technical Illjh school de- bentures in the hands ol the Provin- cial The issue is }300- 000. i did not think the government, as .1 ivholc, were conscious of all thpy yere.-doing, and if it was not done openly, and tranUy, It was a plot. A brisk passage, between Mr. Hal- four and Mr.-ClfQrchill followed. Mr. Haliour fjicre ivas only charac- ter, whom criminals thought meaner than themselves, the agent pro- vocateur. Jlr. hope the lit. Hon. gentleman will prove insinua- have only to IcoV at the right hemor'ahle gentle- man's Proceeding, Mr. Ba'.'our said that tlm Ministerialists strnred to ol tho opinion that under no circumstan- ces was ij justjfibtc for. a population Io iceisf a government.-Such circum- .should certainly happen only .Oficc in two oi- ttirefr.ce'nturlcs unless the whole, lahrlc ol iociety to be shattered. Hut the Mm questioned thitsiicii i'wt ot'circum- stances now Ulster. Mr. Baltour Mmsell paz- zlfd by Mr.'Churchill's spncli. It seemed to tie an sugges- tion which received neither the ap- proval nor condemnation 'of Mr. i Chnrchlil's Under those' (Balfour) douhtcd whether It worth saying much i ahdnl II. The ofcly way of solving! the difficulty was by the uclusion of i nnrir.easl Ulster from lhe Homo liule hill. Cheers from both sides Mr. Balfour's concluding 'passages which cloriuently repudiated the idea iof exclusion being regarded as a par- ty triumph. .-'.-.I CJlUKCHtl.L'R STATBMBST Ixmdon, April 28. govern- ment will not use force uolil'foicc Is used cl law and rtrder tn H rebellion comes the government: will put It ilown II It comfs to. civil' uar the government will twt to coa- Armor clad automobHes, enclosed except at the driver's seal, have been by French blinkers for trans- porting valuables. tb-hear of. The.Simp- son. on Friday from-twelve hours in which I he'funeral will bo tak- bg Invitations liave- bten iesued University of Alberta to their fourth annual eorivoca'.ionyilqr! the 6; ruedals'-.aniifscholaralilpa. confcrrluf of-degrees in Ath- abasca Hall, Edmonton on Wednesday at S o'clock. Examinations' la arts, -and of- Phvdclans and "feui- began at tbe university on 7 .-The ''.Marie Warman'' at- tached to'lhe. letter .recently'publisli. ed. Io Mrs. Muijjby.of Ednaon- of Wo- men's'Press club, a Ip'tter of-cpnilplence aent-byithe club to Mrs. Warman on the death' of her husband Cy was a reminder that Uie sdug "Sweet .was said to have been, written to Mario Jones, lat- er became the poet's, wife, anrt who was hia many similar beautiful songs. J SEAL BRAND COFFEE SATISFIES. CHA8E SANBORN .MOMTREAL. i, Exceptional Sale of Pretty Em- broidered Linens Scheduled for Thursday, values to Jusi a'joul 100 pieces of Fancy Linens featured, in this snle, centra pieces and runners; some arc dark colored Russian Linen embroidered with pretty colorings and Lmttonrliolcd aiid hemstitched edges. Also .n few pieces of white linen with Battenburg lace edges and embroid- ered centre. Just few Tea Cosies in thelot, embroidered linen style with hemstitched frill, values to 13.30, all one price; Thursday....( SEE THEM OX DISPLAY IN THE WINDOW. Pretty Waists on values in Black Sale Tomorrow And now for a sale of Waists. beautiful styles with -low polnltd collars or Ugh .nocks with frilling or lace, roalerlal fine white voile, values-up'to C 1 GO ?2.50. Thursday....................; 5> I Sateen Petticoats 98c Fifty of these Black Sateen to in- tomorrow's sale. Thjs Tcpreaenu special line that is worth Soft glos3y -finished Imported new Thurjsday _._. 98c Negligee Style Stiir -N Boys' N'egligeo Shirts Pressed cuffs in a. great assort- ment of colorlnes and patterns, llegular rallies up to All sizes CQ A Thufctliy............ WWW Ecru, AYhite, Ivory and Arab .Scrims, Plain" Colors, yd. Eight pieces only of theio plain colored scrims, so popular this Every plain shade ivory, ecru and inches .wide. Valuer up to1 30c yard Thursday, yard 16c Arbor Pay Tree Planing Day Silver Poplar Trees We arc bringing to Lcth- bridge, as lias been our cus- tom In the post, 2000 Poplar Treei (or 4rbor Day iag. T4ii3 we ore gettirjg the Silver Poplar. This is one qE the slblo to get and U far Jn ad- vance of "any tree that ive. have had before, WATCH FOR FULL PAR- TICULARS LATER. Exact "K" Button ]5oots For La flies Ladlea1 Kid Buttcu Boots, patent tips, Ions Inx loe, extremert' traart last, sizes 4 to 7, regular M CA Thursday Plain White China 'For Breakfast And -tea Sets 1 'Fiuo '.rtlte Imported Clilm in plain white with flne gold lice on rims anfl gold traced handles. For aiid tea ietci Cups and CO OQ large, size, 'dozen Bread and Butter Plates, dozen Sm al 1 Cream ai d So'sars, each 9 Kit ,CwC. Phone 313 Quality First" Groceries fpr Thfeday LARGE SIZED BARS PURE CASTILE SOAP CHOICE LEMONS a CBCC3 to tables were In play, the prizes being won by }frs. Pritcliard, MJss Davis, B. Clayton, and Mr. Thomson, vrhlle tlie One of tho most distinctively'smart bridges and teas of the post-Lenten season JYRB that given yesterday by Mrs. Pentlimd Lhidsey, of the Dai- racks, In honor of Mrs. J. 0. Yukon's bpuso guest, Mrs. Hastings, of Win- nipeg- I'ink and wnSte carnations and ppirea adorned the drawing rooih where the hostess -'welcomed her guests in a modish' goun .of white crdpe toucbeil Tilth black. Three tables vfcre in play, tho prolly favors being won by Mrs. Hastings and R. T. Urymner. Between forty and fifty additional guests dropped, in at the tea hour, ivlien Jlrs. J. 0. Wlleon, in. handEoine creation of black charmeuse, z, lacc.ajiplkiucil over dress wllh royal fclue and Paris hat of tnscan alravr with blacX and wJiJle aigrette, and -Mrs. Rfgby, in a lovely gown of brocaded Mack tat- in with Irish larc and black rnolrc hat to malcJi, nud Miss Ryan, "who the smarlly arpolnted table. SpJrea Qnrl maltjcnbpJr fcru. and white car- nations nude the tea table most j tractive, the dainties being nerved hy I MM. Brymner, Mm, Soatllo nnd Miss Mimosa Tho chic and Frcnchy spring toilettes worn by the numerous guests, made the affair very brilliant function indeed, Mrs. A. C. Snnnders-was kepi very busy vrelcoralng the 'many visitors who called during yeattrday'a Ing hours, whan sho received Tor the flrat limfi In her new home on pnth avenue. Palms, azaleas and nations adorned tho drawing room, irtiere tho hostess received, wearing a pretty costume of bluo silk mull, while Mra, Sanndera of Cali- fornia woro a becoming gown of grey ftltk with a black stripe and touches of pink. MtES SaunderB ivaa a chic [ollelto of purple velvet, with tunic of mauve Tbe dlntng table, which was centred a low basket of pink carnations and cry, tho handle caught t. l-ow of pink chiffon, was preilded over by Mrs. Herat, who hand- some black silk gotrn, with luntc of gold-headed' chiffon, touched Tyith blue. The Ices were cut by Mrs. R. C. McClure, gown of larendar sUk and black and white picture hat The daiuliesoivere served br Mrs. Kenny In a smart crn.- itEon of purple satin and flat purple hat to matchj and Ttegan, who "was daintily gowned in' inauve iin- gerte, ivith Uuigarian' triniuiEng and black hat with flowers. Adalr Simp- son; franked In white, with "pink rlbr boiis, made an attentive little door at- tendant. Clubs and Societies at, Mary's Meny's society enlertajn- at a very, piiccessful wblst drlvfj laal David menu had heen served, jolly liop was enjoyed" by tho guests. All tho girl's of the Young- Ladles' claps of Wesley church- who desire photographs are asked to bring mon- ey for thp eamo to tho meeting on Thursday'night Wesley preparatory mid-week- sor- at'8 o'clock will "be- held in the front room of Wesley church. All contemplating uniting with the church at the communion' service, on Sunday next, are especially asked to too present. Cranbrook, H.C., April largo acreage of cut-over lands will, bo thrown open (or pre-emption May 1, ranging jlea to. a-cres. Mr. j. Gordoa Smith, erf WetarfX rived hero today to take chirks of tho appllcatioriB oil behalf] orthe'covr eminent, and announces that of the government deciding Trfco ihalj bare the land ia case two file on. the sainb.piece, it case of Ural to file firdt letTed, Many applications have afre'ady; beeri re- ceived liy local ftollcltora frota''ell- ents residing in the p.nUrie ptxwjucea. For can get-style, fit and comfort in any of them; also a ;TTTiaxirnum of srvice at a minimum of cost, Get this ixntion of your spring dress at an up-to-date exclusive shoe store and satisfaction, be- cause a well-fitted shoe mean? more than half the wearing les W. J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Block 620-3rd Avenue South ;