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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Dwmlyr tt, l'J13 Tin: DAILY UKUALD Page 9 COWANS PERFECTION COCOA HedtMul- pure StU .11111 CSTIZENS' MOVEMENT WILL KEEP CLOSE WATCH ON WORK OF" THE COM- MISSION MILADI EJtlTEO BIT "WO" Offlci 1224 R.l. nil. ilfl 1 SAY STRIKE AT DUBLIN IS OVER Dublin, Hoc. the transport and workers in Jlublin have agreed to resume work, according tu a statenipnt issued by tlx companies today. 'the tvhtcli to all ,in- tents has hern closed since the end Aupusl, will he re-opened tomor- rov: when the regular sailings across ttie Irish Ciiaunel will be started. The situation as far as tlie fac- tories in liublin and vicinity arc con- cerned, is unchanged, and the employ- ers arc' considering; tlie advisability 'of keeping them closed until normal conditions prevail in the port, but the trades uuiou council in Lrjndun has endorsed the settlement and disposes of the" possibility of a gen- eral strike in. the British Isles in sympathy with the Dublin workers. DEC. trades wiion A prominent In (he mtn's organization be- hind the Citizens' Ticket, stated todiy that the organization would be made permanent, and would watch, every move of new. commlsilo'nere. three men he said, ('havt sot to perform ac- cording to promise, or we will pull them out mighty quitk. This city wai promised economical, ef- ficient administration, and have jot lo have it. The business men will Keep on the witch tower." jKpln cheerfully iNot teaiiviUy Though wearily you plod- j Spin i-areiully prayerfully. Hut leave the tli WESTERN' UNIVERSITY HEADS IN THE EAST 'ON SEARCH FOR AN ANSWER This is the gospel of labor, King it, ye bells ol the kirk, '1'he Lord of l.o'e came dawn from above, To Ihc with the men, who work. This is the He ilete la the1 thorn cursed soil'; Heaven is blessed with perfect rest, llui ll.e bicismj; of earth is toil. llfnty Van Dyke. Kei-eiviiig this evening Howard a Dunne, 512 Fourteenth home to the yo'jttg ladies. aud Miss S, ,U, of Cardston. The ceremony was performed by President K. 1. of the Motion cliurcb, at the hou'.e cf he bride's parents. seven miles "est of Cardstcu. The young couple leave this to take ny LelhurJdge. .Mr. Nctsou is wtll Known Uaymoud, anil Stirling, where be has bi-i-n employed by (he Killsou Milling Co. In their mills. i I CLUBS AND SOCtETIEI Whlto's school district will put on a bos social In the fcnooihouse Thursday night, and they will ne very to have Lcthbridgo citizens go out anil take a ton. If. they so desire. Dr. MePhcdrau, returned mission- India, gave a very splendid address In Knpx school room last ev- Ilostessc.s tomorrow: cut rig. on his work, fine lantern slides i Mrs. V. Hessey. Seventh I rnaking Ihe subject real. A1-! Ihousb several young people's so- j clelies united for the meeting, the attendance was (raly Wrly joo-J, as avenuo South. Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. (Dr.) Robertson nor again un- jifter Vew Year's. the lecture was. worthy a tiUed i chiircli. The speaker was Introduced Tonalo, Dec. Muiray, j a; Commissioner J Millie Held ar.d Mrs. will move-into! N'o.--T Ktratfccoaa Court at the rnd [by'.the Rev. A. G. Cameron. o The Sick-rooni Sunbeams will meet j d; wilri Jits: Convbeure, River-1 of the SasMtchewaa Un verty, i tomorrow afternoon. .1 The-.members are. asked to bring in President.! the Alberta l-ni-t. -j. p (jherty ar.d children1 the sewing, "wU'ch'they toot home to vcrsily, the city a tour ql. leave! Hie lirst ol the week to spend complete inspection to see what. It is that nlc wmlpr in where i i tracts so-many-, students. from tho .Mrs.': Chpnev will continue her stud-' rwuwil a resolution in prarjncos yf Tor-.-.'it's: la china naintine favar'ot a sympathetic strike of the Cnt0. samotimc it is report-r j trade unionists in the. British Isles in ttat is looking- Dr. R..'B. c. Thompson has-return- support ot (tie workers .of .Dulilln and a professor or two to head somo from a' business Irlp to Chicago rttsliucle'd the delegates in Dublin lo'0( his lacultr. Slost ot the proles- endeavor to resume negotiations with, sors to the west are quite.young, salaries Home'Ecocbinics section ol the .Mathesis club'will meet promptly a Leather Wall Letter Pockets i the eniployas. Tltc meeting of (lie council a stormy one- The adherents of J nines I I .ark in', I life strike teailer, sfnlbornly resisted all lUe proposals of the Con- Kccvativ'e which, however, 'eventually carried the Jay- 8lr. and .Mrs. J. Ailken arc re- of course Joieine; over the arrival 'of' n heing nearly to of ttr this morning. i Mexico City', Dec.; rebels un-. .iff General C'andido'AguiHa'r, ,in the 'vicinity 01 T.uxranij'scored a success 'lover the slip-. round Hie the town and" sboarding the gunboat-Tuxpam, while the federals were not looking, dis- g her ma'hinety. and guns and np; away with a quantity of dy-. jj According to the story reaching the federal capital, the trick turned by ijthc rebels was due to carelessness on 3hc part oi some .oi1 the federal ot- bcials. The gunhoat was standing Nome distance above the. town to nh- trnre .the movements pf and lo men- lire rebels. i The latter secured a gasolir.e manned it. with twenty men, Vnd boarded the gunboat u-hiic she "vas in charge oi a small crew which j GEN. COTTON 'TO RETIRE Ottawa, Dee. (a Cotlon, Inapec ot the -Canadian militia fprcnfi, jilL, shortly lie retired on full super- 7-miatfon. nrigadter-GeneroI 'r, now'general officnr: cormnamling 10. 2 military district, v.iil Hfe icceeii hEm. '_ SAN TOY by tocal Operallt Society. Arl Xeedle- at the laush- j; Al ineetiiig-oi Hie Ail i work club jestecday aiternot Ifcome pi." re en-j president', .Mrs. j, u. ng this evening at the Colp- j and secretsrv-lieasurer, Mrs. .they, are; occupying pvlidy, Were-re-elected by ac- jlamation for tbc ensuing year. The icsl meeting will; be held .th'e first "Mr. anfl H. Devlnn are ftrtalnlnj this man hoi forllie 1 -Mrs. E. Higinijqthattijjias receiv-1 that her-mother, Jane Cordrcy, ofHllB ttto Alfretl away.oil November .25, at Hays, .Mid. Death catije uiies- RESCUE" QREWS USING EVERY EFFORT TO ".HELP THE FLOOD 'STRICKEN DISTRICT .Houston', Tex.; .Dec. 0. llcscuel V in the. Hrazos river flood .Friends of ,rict tedouhlei their efforts today tolStirliug, will" be glad to..Xnow of'ihis :each thousands o! marooned marriage'. recently to'.V-iMiRs C'ar.rie menaced, to., starvation o5 death exposure. Light motor boats carried ood to flood j. .vistims perched roofs or imprisoned in cotton juildings, while larger'craft made; [heir way through the bottoms carrr- ng reiiigees to the concentration ca'mps. The crest bt the flood near- ng the gulf appeared today to be in Port Uend county.' The estimated death list of ISO, which included liic loss in dis- tr'icts atieclcd liy the Hood, not I manufactured in tie in January.. Tlie Ladies'. Cotta Society of St. j'aul's First Lutheran church will meet in the church loir.orro.w alier- hbon. A full attendance js requested, as a special report, on tlie Vpndiiiou 6i tho treasury will, bg-presented. '.'The W. .'C. T. .U. will-', nieet on 'Thursday at '3.3rf with. J- C: lirown, "I3W Seventh j 3... AH {he Tnembers are prged'to be'prese.iit', ns there is t discuss. Burnt Leather Blotters Dainty JHotlers dcUcUabte ,Moi-lia leather Covers.' "Crcfctiugs (rom Inirnt in neal Old KngHsh letters fa corner. Size 10 iu., eadi Leather Whisk Holders Moeha' Lc-alher Wlilsh Ifolaers. inounted In heavy waU toaitl. Tno face of pocket is of slash- leather on background of satin Polnsetlta Flowers, each Post Card Albums Burnt Leather Albums for Postal Cards, with detachable covers. UL neat decoration cf Pohi- sellia Satin flower. Size 13 In. AC liy 11 Inches Leather Table Centres Bound Burnt 1-eatter Centres, decoralcd wllh hand painted velvet floivers and burnt work. U iii.'.siv.G U) iu. size -23 inch fircen, Urown and natural Icallior shades In letter pcckots. Long slashed, beaded and orna- mental fringe latert handlf 7C Cworatioti ot (lexers burnt work J9 J 3 Tie Holders Uuriit Lealhfr Tie Holders id urown, sreeu and natural Uather EhailPs, Ornamented with velvet roses and slashed Irhree. Tills Is flttwl an Ivoiy trialljlc for '.lowing tics. A f4 9C Sltl tUat Is sure to please u t Children's Hand Bags iU'.iJsomc.' Hand Bags, for children, in burnt leather. Site- f.Vj x in greea. brown and fawn KiniEhcd with slashed frinsii nud silk draw strings, dainty decoration of satin flowers........................ Ladies' Hand Bags Burnt Icatlic-r wort In Indies with slashed fringe, double, silk draw strings. De-. eorated with satin flowers in neat con- 4 OC Irastlng colors, sizes cVii in. of Korwoy while pine rich In gualacol and alt the ,1 fine etcmentrf, which are ;o her. i not worJc If) tfils formUia. plan maWr.g cough T kx Btii] busar 5yrnp (or proven fio'poru'at throughout the d Klatrs and Canada thai it Is jated. lliit tlie old. successful formula tncver becrveiuaTcd, i gjaranty of AMo'nta itillRfacllnr ri'tvmpdy refunded, gotsi with. -Your has -M you.' U nftt to The IJI jTororiiO, Or.( DuKc wilt appear the "witness sland on Ueccmter IS, and give evl-' dence to clear his character. Tho case arose out of nn article de- scribing Iho Duke's career" In Man- duiinp; ttic Ruasc-Japanese war and his relations with Knro- Rlkin, the IliifsJfin commaiider-in- chief. j 'rfederick B. Sraith', the prominent Unionist hs COIIUEC! (ft the Grand Duke, asked the judge o ret a day for the. Grand liukc to ippeer and testify. He saltl the cass t'ould havo hivolveil calling or an mmenpo number in lo avoid thts, the parlies had the nmtlor out of court, And hmd rcxchcd a settlement. Henry B. Plite, tor the de- 'cntlant company, make n alale- ment, and tho Grand Difte will go on ho fit and oil tlie date set, when the .erms of settlement niso'wlM bo an- uounced. Fivn thousand Bounds of macaroni Hudson's Bav Stores BENCH, BAR, AND CRAFT HOXOR SIR' AB JHLIIJS IRVING. One the left tliu funeral cortege is seen leaving Osgoodc Hall anil turning into University Avenue, Toronto. .A .argc crc'trd thronged the curbs. To the riglit are two Mason Past GiaBil Masters. The lower tiicture of Rev, C. Ensor Sharp, who cbntlnctcil the funeral service. TEie greatest honor wnsucstou'cd uiion Sir Acniillua... Ha lay in state at Osgooile Hall which is tlie first lime such an event lias tafcen place lor niauy years. on the market just in tinm tor the [Christmas This announcement[ ;was mailc to Jay by Mr. Man'naro. The wheels in his new taclory turned "for (he first time, 'process -of- manufacture ahciut two" lipe beto'rc" the proiluct is ready for The capacity o! the plant is 5000 pounds daihv Small Debt Gates .Two debt cases were heard _._......n......aa the resular sillinBK of the District out or couit, Court tnls'TOOTnlng before His Honor Jackson, .luilgment wns glveii in favor of tlie plaintiff in Ihe case of the. Hftyr Hardware Company versus H. S. Skellon, D. H. Kllon appearing for the plaintiff, SkelUm appearing in his own iteferice. Judgment for .J500J and ccsls was awarded J. tho plaintiff in an action against Thompson, W. S. Ball acting as'coi'm- sel for the plaintiff Palmer" and for'the deten'dant. LOPEZ HOB IILE SHSSEi Ottawa, Dec. ac- tion Is being taken loday' by government to stpji iin- migr.ilton of Hindus luto.llri- tish Columbia for Pre- sent, At a racollng at the cab- inet an order passed pro- Jitbitfng i.'Vrtiifir [mTnigratiOD of artisans or laborers into British Columbia from Ibo Ta- cilic or llic toulli until Mart] SI next. The overcrowded con-. 4 dition of the labor market Is given no tho cause. fit hluo delaine, the border which -aakes Ihc vest and" collar arid cuffs ?.cing being In shades of blue, green rid jiurpie. i liitigtiaivt, Utah, a day filled with many alarms, the sf.ircii for l.opez, the ilcsican tar.- dit, disyetoped tonishl into ing game, with "ho decision as to] what the next move would he.'TOIc! were in a-report j that 3 6 reek-ul liter had fobhcil; hy in a loVer Ssvet, 'proke; up Ihe meeting and, to the scene. V. it 1'clc. KorVas .canic '.nyt, jif.'a-. tunnel late.'-today .wlifi'' 'the ra'nrf'o'unccincnt Inat had shoved a sis' shooter liis rils and relieved lita uf his lotecco znd caudles. long Service are asiund tf you furcfisw spoons and serving, pfcceg .bcarijig Ihe t. .This brand 19 known si "SiiwTttili liuiiWurs II niarlt li ihi Iwi.w of, fjmoirtfa anil tcanty. CANAO1AH STOCKS IN ENGLAND Dec. Following aro the latest quotations ot lellre -Dominion, Provincial and Municipal slocks; Dominion of Canada, 'registered 1P3S, Si-33 XD. 1930. 60, S8-SO, XD. pomlnlon of Canada, registered Dominion cl Canad, 1909-3-i, 3ti% Province of Alberta, sterling, 1938 51-93, XD. Province of Alterfn, (CTI year rie- beulures, 1'395. Province of lirlttsli Columbia, 1541. 75-77. .'t rrorincc.of flora. Scotia, -1949, 3% 66-SS XD. Province of Xova Scotia, 8M2. Province ol Ontario, rcg. 5-S7.-XD. -Ktlmanfon, Uill-SS. 4'4% St-'Jl XO. Kejina Cily, 1923-M, SMS, 1919-20, 101-103. Ottawa, Dec. the competitions for the Governor .General's Challenge :ld in the the I'rovinco ct Alberta tins won out with a percer.- tago of 3.12'cadcls'on May 24, 1913, compared with the school attend- ance of.Ihc- previous The shield toes lo Hie Calgary cadets. By fro- vlnccs thd percentage of cadets lo school attendance is as Alberta Quebec............ Manitoba Prlnc'o KdwArd Island Ontario British Columbia..... Xova Scotia SaaVa.tchew-flii New Brunswick..... FIRE. r V'A. ho [thought was 'v' nma street trotrt liic lakfi. Tearing another Chicago fire, lie turned In an atoni.' 'U Woodstock. Onl., Vie. which started in tho drying tiio Oxford company'plant at Currle's Crossing, "destroyed thy and hoves of dried ap- iplfs. -The loss Is estimated nt "over Hand Painted SATURDAY TOY Presented by Local Operatic Concord, XII., Dec. Kdgar AMtich ruled tliat" the' 'if mental contlllion ol Harry K-, Thaw.raust ue tletermined ta the. Federal. courts. 7ho court's announcement vas made at tbe hearing ft ff 't Alakes .a pretty, useful and very acceptable Xnus Gift." Mrs H. Cheney 14 offering a Discount of off her- pretty aiiortrncrit of hand own arid whkh1 will be 'on sale al residence, ;