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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta / Wejlnesday, Api-1130,1913 THE LETHBRIDaE i)AILY HESALD Page 9 1 .J. A. EXECUTIVE ODAY Today's Ijoard meeting of the oiU-;of District,No. 18 U.M.W. of Av" will teji ,\vho.t)ier the mlx-up over the recent .election in this city will cultninate'.in. the-resignation of the officers or not. The 'Board assem-hled this morning in the Dallas hotel, and the whole day was spent in a discussion of the matter. J. O. Jbnes, vice-president, was present throughout the sessions to defend his actions. It is helieved that those most in favor of referring the matter to a referendunti of the memher-shlp of District 1'8 are District Board MeiUhers Thachuk of Canmore, Gray of' Fernie, and Ijarsen of Lethbridge, whp all supported J. R. Knight's candidacy at tiie election. ,'t'iiose prejieht at the Bpard meeting were President Clem Stuhbs, Vioe-President Jones, Secretary Carter and Board Memhers Thachuk, Griy, Lareen and Burke of Bcllevuo. MESTEOONA OF POLISH POLICE CREAtB SENSATION-DID BAHON BI8-PINQ KILL PRINCE ' LADI3LA87 . Warsaw, Russian Poland, April 30. -An extraordinary sensation ' was caused here today by the arrest of Barou John Bisping, one of the wealthiest landlords of Lithuania, on a charge of murdering Prince Ladis-las Diuckl Lubecki, a relative by marriage, whose body was found | If slispicion comes to you Pierced with two bullet wounds on i That your neighbor isn't triie April 22 in the park adjoining his j Let me tell you what to do ' MILADI EDITED BY "INC PHONES Otfloo 1224 fles. 1118 . FILK IT AWAY If an unkind word appears, ^ File the thing away. It some novelty in jeers, File the thing away. If- some clever little bit Of a .sharp and pointed wit, Carrying a sting with it-File the thing away. Scandalously spicy crumb, F'J.e the thing away. ilECTlON BY MEANS RECIPROCIiy Boston, April 30.-In accordance wm a request of Governor Foss re-cdiiiily expressed in a special message, both branches of the legislature yesterday adopted a resolution m'Aniocalizlag congress, "In support of the principle ot protective reduction through reoiprocity in all tariff making." , ALFONSO TO VI^IT' ROME �Rome, Aspril 30.-It iS' said hare that King,Alfonso of Spain will, pay^ a visit to Rome some time la November. residence at Toresln near Warsaw. Prince Ladislas was a well kaown Polish nobleman and president of the automobile club of Warsaw! He loft his house on April 22^ with.Baron Bisplug for the railway station. When the Prince did not return, a search was made and hip body was found in the park with his carriage and horses standing nearby. The arrest of Baron Bisping followed on his evidence at the inquest which the police alleged was contradictory in regard to the last moments the two men spent together. Baron Bisping married Princess RadziwiU, daughter of Count Andrew Zamapysdy and Princess Caroline Dfi Bourson, Prince Ladislas was a grandson ot the last polish minister of finance. File the thing away ! Do this for a little while, Then go out and burn the file. -Anoa. Hostesses tomorrow : Mrs. F. W. Downer, House. Westminster Not receiving tomorrow : Mrs. A. A. Smith. Mrs. H. D. Williamson. Mrs. A. Hall. Steamship Arrivals Th� Allaa Line steamers 'Ionian, from London, and Pretorian, from CXasgow, were due at Quebec yesterday, according to despatches rtcelved at the 0. P. R. ticket office. Winttl-peg passengers are due Friday; and Lethbridge jpassengers are due here on Sunday. I, Tlie- Cunard6r:;Maur�f;aflta,vw^ .due at Fishguard at 3 p.m. on Monday, the 28. Lethbridge passenger* aro due tod(vy. j The C. P. K. fl-s, Lake Manitoba docked, at Quebec on Monday, the i28th Mr. M. Grist, ot Calgary, former- i ------ ly ot this city, spent yesterday hero , dren left this afternoon on a six renewing acquaintances. j months' trip to Toronto and other 'eastern points. They will go as far Savanah, Georgia, before returning home For the past few days they ha^ been house guests with Mrs. Otto Newinger.' Mr. Clarence Rogers is a guest with Mrs. C. F. P. Conybe^are, River-view, while spending a short time lu the dty.  m * Mrs. J. A. McKay, Ernest St., is entertaining at a baby party tomorrow afternoon. Twelve mothers and their little ones have been bidden. Mr. and airs. Harding, of St. John, New Brunswick, who were guests-* with' Mr. . and Mrs. F. D. Shaw, hav^ gone to visit in Winnipeg en route home.    A large number of the Central school staff and their friends visited No. 6 rajne last evening. The visit was a revelation in many ways and proved highly instructive as well as interesting.  �  Mrs. George Stacey has bidden Some guests to meet her mother, Mrs. C. H. Fox, .of Winnipeg, at the tea hour on Frid&y.   % Mr. aad af^s. F. GofT and chll- Miss Margaret McKenzie leaves on Friday, for New York, where she will visit tor tour months. � Mrs. H. W. Menzie leaves shortly on an extended visit to hei home in Nova Scotia. Miss Ethel Addy, who today sev-TT -n, ,  , i orgd her connection with the teach^ Mrs. 0. H. Fox, of Wmmpeg, ^'ho ' j gt-afj ,� the Central school, ot IS en route home from Vancouver, ^Sch she has, beea a'valued member whe^ she ,sp6j;^ the wmter, ,s the io�^ foti^s p&t.^^was presented guest of her daughter, Mrs. qeorge her.:fello if Mrs. Horace JTord entertain'ed a jolly bunch of w6e folk, this afternoon in honor 'of hCr' daughter, Louise's birthday.: Giames were played, after V\: which'siipperw^as'served a:t a pret-, ; tily appointed .tea tabic, which was' centred" with the' candle adorned cake. . The hostess was assisted at the tea hour by Mrs. Vandewater find ; Miss'HeatMr. Those bidden wifere j Dorothy Frache, Gracie Bennett,, Lil-iian Bennett,; :Cprelia.,Zettle, Mary Scott, Ella 'Sppnoe,' Doris Stitt, Marjory ilayr,, Lydia Deseith, .Marjory Whelen, Kathleen Ball, Dotothy' McQueen, Etliel ffones, Aileen Jones, Bernard Vandewater, Harold Kehm, l^orman MpCarty and''Lfe,wis Lapnian.' Health, Wealth arid Happiness, All in One Wise, Reasonable Investment The greatest wealtli ia the world perfect health. Health is dependent upon wise and reasonable treatment of the l^odj'^ and mind. The laot, dry summers oharaoteristic of those sections of Western Canada that lie back from the seaboard^ make it highly desirable that residents  ofsuoh sections should visit the seaside from time tp time to recujjerate to "profit by the chq-nge of scene, and escape the excessive summer heat Canadili's Greatest Pleasure Resort -Is davelophig at a tremendous rate juat b�-ceuse It suppH�s the very features that bo many Western Canadians realize tlhat th&y need. Residential and oommerctol lots in this splendid, resort' property are selllns rapidly anfl tte smrcess o� tho plaoc 1b already assui-ed. There y/IM be a tent colony at the reaort tlilB smmer; next summer development ^.-ill havc asauined considerable proportions. This property lies w tiia west coast of Vnnoouver Island, one ot she moat, won-denful pieces of coimtry in the world mi a great and growing tourlat territory. The property pos-sesaes nine'miles of magnlfloeat hard sand beadlies on the Pacific, charming Bcemery, the' best ot ollmates, and excellent fishing and shooting. Opportunities for hoatins and loathing ar^ uu-suri)a88ed. Lots now offered are all approxlmiate quarter acres and guaranteed all good huildlng Ipte.' la-provemeats under .way Include, modern hotel, beach, bath houses, steel pleasure., pier, bpard-svalk, water supply, utilization of sulphur: Sprtngs, golf links, tennis courts, etfc. Tiese lots -vrtU be at a premium to a comparatively short time. Those who buy now wJU mate goodi profits Just, as dJd those,w(ho flrst- bou� is- requested. Mrs. Brodie, Mrs. .'Vllwood and Mrs. W. H. Conibear will be the hostesses, while Mrs. T. F., Kirkham and Mr^, J. D.jHiginbotham will be the reception committee. >, SmiSTICS FORI OF CUSTOMS AND BANfk/CLEARiNGS SHOW A DECREASE-SLIGHT INCREASE' IN HOMESTEADS V .Homestead entries tcjX the mpntb ending todaj' show an ''..increase of four over the correspondihg month in 1912. The figures are:'; , ' . 1913-Homesteads H,' pre-emptions 9, purphased homesteads 1912-iioniestoads 4q, pre-emptions 13, no purchased homesteads. Customs cleanings to.r ihe , month ending today are $34,5oa.40. Liast yej^r the figures were $5.1,136.80. Bank clearings (or this month aire $2,157,381.46. In April, 1912," they were $2,601,039-64.' Quebec, April 30.-'Col. T. Benson, and Col. K. W. B, Morrison, of the militia department at' Ott^wai are here to investigate matters pertainlnfe to the (Quebec arsenal.' It has been r'ecenlly' made. public that huge auant'ltles . of oartrldges from that factory, are not at for military purpQseB and even , �Sfangerwa for those who usc.them.' Yfesterday^s Storm is Undoubtedly A Warning to Prepare For A Wet Season Hang One Of Our Rain Coats over your arm and let 'er rain - � . ./* , Coats tliECl combine utility, comfort, and styie--the'wicle full skirts, the snug fitting turn-oj^m' collar, the smart and jaunty Eaglan slee;^er-all combined with the light, but wind and^rain-proof cloths, make our llaiu Coats almost indispensable. �We are showing an extremely varied.range this season and shall deemIt a pleasure to be allowed the privilege of showing you our stock, no matter whether it la your desire to purchase or hot, English Parametta Coats -Guaranteed waterproof-smart styles with high collars, Raglan sleeves and full wide skirts-suitable for riding, fflo xti f A govlpto ibvisiness herp..  ' , 0(�n't Hide Jhpm-Wlth a Veil; Remove Them With.the Othinc PreBcrlption  .This prescription for the r�movvdl ot freckles was written bf a promUmt pbysiclanl a^ usually so successiful in renwjv^ng IrecWes and ' giving a elQar,- IJeaiitlful eoinmezlon that It Is spia hy "J^'pljEl^botham fi'^dc, der an ^hsplutfe'.guaraptee to refund the.moneylt'lSfMi? IJou't hide :>our fieoklcs undei fi v^U; getlan oupce of othl;ie l movp jffheoi. tuc nrft tq a Is s6Id on. theiDiOKj bao. uiaiuit 87 ;