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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FfiJJUUARY It, 1915 TIIE LI'.'TIi iH; K DAILY H E tt A T, n PAGE FIVE PRIVY COUNCIL ORDERS SUCH AC- TION IN FAMOUS QUEBEC MARRIAGE CA3E PUCES IM ON EMBODY CONTlNUKb IHIOM FIIONT iinthrucltu uoiil, fishermen's necGHnl- Llcs, agricultural luiiiloinoiiLa, augur, tobtiGco, m-liitlng machinery nnd iic- MHHorluB, HOWH jjrliit mid uf- t'wota from I In-HO proponed uur; turns changes from twenty tu twinny-flvc m-illlon dollars. Thu ruvijime obtain- ed u'HI scpiiriild.v shown In tin1 tnidtiH mid of Ltn; Tlio Finance Minister expected lu re- of customs. HON. WHITE EXPLAINS BUDGET NEEDS Mr. nittl S. IVat of urn vlsltlni; llii-lr tuini, Doljlili1 of CuiKiiry. OUau-a, J.'cb. the nieseuce of croivdod house and galleries Hon. W. T. Uliitu arose at o'clock afternoon to deliver his containing (lie iww measures I'oi bridging, insofar aa possible, the London, Feb. Privy Conn-! dlflerciKT bulucni rcvuimu and 'diliiie, due luigely to Uie comli- lions. His proposals an; hayed upon a (.0 I'.-ilsG ;it loauL thirty mil- lion dullai's by way of ex tea cil luivo [likeii ILII Linusiwl course in ili- rcctliif; that tho iiruuimmt in MIR case of vs. Trenifjltty, which coin- priEUH wlmt in known us tho Quebec the cuunlry tlie outbreak oi the war ;iu was- nuulii- wi-lh (-All- Ihe Imperial government for un J slxl.y million dollars of uhicli foily milliunri had bi'L'n ru'jiMvtd. 'lie InJio-i ul DM: M'Nr final whist iliivy MM! luwn liall on nip; uui the Ui Uie if! Mr. Miller ;lnd Mill- r-j, IIJ-M -Mi-Catui, Mvtind .t vnli- of thaniis to Un; v. us, acfuiilcd by original May, and the TJHJ decision i case, slmll ho nrgumcrits ware uuil. Tin: li' heard facts un; uiulLsjiutcd. As is always customary, Ml. f fir mod. prefaced his turln ami other changes the amount of Lrn millions in JilliM-ij millions cut liail liceii issucrl. This action would havu to InjK-jv. -Mr. ILnnly, Ihc f.Vv. with a comprehensive review of general iinaiitial condition gf country. IJ'c said that tor the of the current year tbe nf (lojisldonibli) Interest, oaiieciully to Itumuu Catholics of Lhu Empire. The purtioa in the present case ivcro rmirvldd in 1904. .Neither then I revenue had fallen [nun one Know they were coualns in the; fourth and tluiLy-nine millions to one decree nnd no cnclesiaKtical ami iiinu million five hundrei tlon -was awnliod for, IIB the church re- j thousand, a lifeline of nearly thirty qnirug in crises. I millions, Krom cii.stmn.s" alonw !hc loss Six ye.irti later, tho husband, discov-j o! revenue has hc-C'ii nearly thirty OV10K RSOO.OOO.WOO I tu the fiscal year, which opens on April, .Mr.. ni laird that there would lie ;i their relationship, applied to the j millions. From customs alone the year one lunnln-il and forty in mil- lions ami capital and extra dium: of forty millions. Tin; special war rxpc-mlit'irc w reach one hundred million dmrgfK ate bishop for a decree of milllly, which was granted. The caso has now been cnnicil he- fore tlie Privy Council on belinlf of the wife, she appealing against :L decision of the Court of Review, confirming the decision of .Indue Brunuau yranting Ihe hiiBbnnd IL decision tlmt the mar- riage 'was null and void. Severn! days were occupied In the original urgurneutH, the precedents iiuoted reaching back even to the time of King Henry the Eighth. Their lord- ships apparently found much difficulty In determining the altitude of the code towards marriage ae a civil contract, apart from its nature as an eccleslas-1 tical contract. j The case la the- firai of the kind in Canadian jurisprudence. floss ,ff revenue had been nearly twen- lions. The finance jjiiiiistcr estimated that would excwd cash (lisbiirsements, millions, inclinlin-i will total hundred mil lions, while on present has is our i nv- iviih new duties to he cnuc would yield only one huu Irsil 1hC loss of revenue to tlm mni nt MIC nm! twenty millions. The j'iscal year, March 31, would bo tliir- ixccd Hit- fnjbjcin ly-tlirce millions. of raising by additional an.i Turning lu expenditure the minis- borrowing one ainl t-iyjuiv ter said that for the whole of tha' millions. .Mr. White said thai i he- current flscai year he estimated whole amount for war expenditure at one hundred J poses be ii in lomorro'iv. Conn Unity, A.O.F.. ;i sf! 'iicial in ril. Mary's lii.M at AU j-s. or liin anil M-icnds ;irc in-j iijvid-d. arc 10 be [jilt Ihe hull at S o'clock i'nr a short rit'S.sion. Tlic (iciiimitLee in ".Mason's" dance, lo li'-l (Ifiy. l''ehruary Ul, A. Simpson. H. ;il and tlic capital other and forty millions nnd special cxji war, at Ilfty millions. Placing the to- tal revenue for the year at one liuu- and thirty millions, Uie tata Coining to the new taxation, said "It it; not, a question of raisin ic.w millions stiunp tax. In- come taxes and by oilier means I.ethbrlflgr: Lodge, No. under whca'i auspic' being liGM. Of [IR-llL-XL :l on Tucs of .Mf.-Gsrs. anil T. It. tliuTrs of A.I''. A. Hi ilancc i? deficit to be met on the year's oper- supplementing the revenue. must .a ations will lie approximately ten, endeavor to raise additional revenup, millions on current account plus the (o an Amount oi" at least thirtv rnil- The flnijua] meeting ul" of the Maeleod. louk :iee in the Parish hall on Mcmlav UtIERSilY SEilE entire amount of capital and special lions and when xndit 00 txpendlture, the crease in the national debt foe year wouli probably aggrcgal-c hunflred and ten millions. IMPERIAL AID Mr. informed the house thai have pi i sh- in-] cd this shall .still lie obliged lo the: borrow heavily oi ihe next fourteen one months, that in to say heiwn.en noiv and March 31, 1S1C. Mr. White then toot up t-hc special taxes to be introduced. Edmonton. A'llti., Feb. Mie! close of nominations there imrt heen received just sufficient nominations to fill the vacancies on the senate of the University of Alberla, caueetl by the expiration of tho term of office of the cl) uncoil or uiid five members of the senate. All the retiring members were re-nomlimicd, and accordingly nre re-elected by acclamallon. They are: Chancelor: Hon. Charles Allan Stuart, 13.A., LL.B., Calgary; Hon. Al- cxander Cameron Iluthnrrord, B.A., D.CL., I.L.D., EHmouton; Edward Thomas Bishop, 13.A., LL.B.. Edmon- ton; Hon. Hedley Clarence Taylor, B. A., Edmonton; George Henry ROBS, LL.B. .Calgary; Oliver Boyd, M.D., C.M., 'Medicine lint. These members will no'w hold office Tor a terra oC four jears from March 8, 191D. Offif MS Don't Miss Seeing The Volcanic Eruption in "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" STARLAND MONDAY London, Feb. 9, many's threatened submarine blockade J 01 the waters around Lhe r3ritisli Isles aud France, anil tlic use of neutral Hags hy inert-hunt, ships belonging to belligerents, continue to occupy the public miml in and in Uie neutral countries ot Europe. Greece has alreaily replied to tha German memorandum, that she ex- pects Greek ships to be protected by dhc governing navigation oil Uie high seas, and coasts not ci- fcctivcly blockaded, while Holland a PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Telia ITow To Open Clogged No Irils and End Head-Colds. You feel fine In a few moments. rnlH'r nf the inein- herh of HUB society in cist Important busings before the nieoiint; ihe adoiilion of ihe fin- nneia'i sUlcrnent, which discloKod Ihe fiict tlitit (lie sum at ?17oy.OO -.vas tol- lueted, as well as a, sbitnnent tlolb- ing for the Belgian Relief fund, valued His AVorship Mayor (Jrier was pre- sent ,it tlie tneetitis. and IL discussion took place "with regard Lo local relief work, which resulted in a satisfactory understanding tJoliiir arrived ;u be- tween the toVi'n and the society for the of parsons in distress. The following officers were e'iecied for the ensuing year: Regent, Mrs. Penny father; first viroregent, n; second vice-regent. Mrs. W. S. Gray; Heeretary, Mrs. A. U. Fergu- son; treasurer, Miss Annie Cody; Scandinavian countries arc tailing steps for joint action. Your cold in head or catarrh will bo I standard-bearer, Mrs. "W. H. Atkins. vrwir will rolfof committee, C. Htarnes, tone, lour closed noRtrlls, Q JIrg_ open. The air passages or your head w M Camnhell; Red Cross commit- will clear and you can. breathe Erectly. 11 Jirs. W. S. Gray, Mrs. D. J. Camp- No more dullness, headache; no hawk-! bell. mucous discharges or dry-ness; no struggling for breath at night. Tell your druggist you want a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a lUtle of this fragrant, antiseptic cream NEW HEAD SOCIETY OF JESUS ELECTED Rome, Feb. Led- ochoTTHlcy was today elucted general "ot the society of Jesus in succession to Father Francis Xavlor Wcrnz. in your nostrils, let IL penetrate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal the swollen, Inflamed mucous membrane, aud relief, comes instantly. It is. just what every cold and ca tarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed up and miserable. 'For sale by J. D. Hlginbotlmm Co., Ltd., Drug- Ff IFTE FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY This great Money-Saving Store offers you the Biggest Values Ever. Read this list carefully, but better still, call and see lor yourself. Williams Talcum PoAvder; sold everywhere for 2oc. AH odors. One only to each customer. Sale Price......... Oatmeal 5c leader; Sale Price 4 for........15C quality; Special per dozen ........f5c Photo Paste'in tubes; Regular.20c; sale price. -15C Clothes Pins; very special. 6 .dozen for............15C Pant "aiid Skirl Hangers; Regular lOc; 3 for...... Sale price. 6 packages for Nevada Dessert Spoons Forks; Regular 20c; Special___J5C .Aluminum Mixing- Spoons; Regular 20c; Williams Shaving Stick; Special...............J5c Large Assortment, of Enaiiielware; values to 35c, all a I, FOLLOW THE CROWD TO 'f Paper Doilies; reg. 10 and loo dozen; sale 2 doz .Clothes Lines; 50 foot; Very special Stove and Shoe Brushes; Regular 20 and 25c Naiad Dress Shields; reg. 35c. Sale Price...... Colonial Glass Tumblers; Sale Price 4 for........ Belt Pins; large assortment: Values to 35c for.......1Sc China Nest Eggs; Special 6 for........ Liquid Veneer; only one to a cus- tomer; regular 25c Williams Dental Cream; Special............. The ivorit performed in Maeleod by IhJj society is deserving of tbe high- est credit, and many a family has Tea son to he grateful for the assistance rendered tbcni. The regular monthly meeting of St. .Mary's Women's Auxiliary, toolr the form of an address, by Mrs. Murrell- Wright on Missionary and W. A, ivork which Hio.ii inspiring, and was listened to groat interest by the Ifirge number of members present. Report of the .Nursing Mission lor the month of January, 1915: Number of new patients 23 Number of old paiieiits 3 Number of iTetro nntients Number of professional culls, day. HS Number of professional calls, night S Number of relief calls ..120 Number of business cnlls ]9 Number of oTficu (.-ai'is G70 THE RED CORNER B. A. McKay. Cor. 6th. >St Avc. Total calls......-...........flla Patients rmying fu'l Tee......... Patients paying part fee....... Patients cared for free........ Hours spent at school........2 Groceries ar.d provisions hiu'e h supplier! to 142 families; fresh milk to 28 families; meat TO (JO families; i is to 2'2 schonl cliildren and to 3 nion (the latter averts donated by i-icj S: 20 eiven new cloiliing; worn clotliinii jhoots, etc., to (il families: three fam- ilies wtjro supplied ivlth warm quilts and mattresses; roiil was delivered by tile cily at our to Si families; mcdu'.iue aupplind LO Kl patients: 2 'calls lor outaidt; mirsca htive hefin s liliecl; work given ic 'I filld 2 men. (Signed) 1 M. TILL15Y. Si] lit. A Chicago dispatch says: One item of consolation has peeped out of the corning fashions (hat may cheer up tlie discouraged male creature so far has seen iu it on'iy ihe emaciation of his wallet. The item lins to do the passin of tlie iveJMiiiGivii "debiiL'tnle ivliich has made "figure S's" ami ques- tion marks out of much of tbe Cemin ine world for many months. The "slouch" is no longer fashionable. They're not doing il. It's bad form in more ways than one. This oil the of .Miss Slida Mc- 'Clellaii, instructor of models for the fashion show ihat comer; here tomor- and as shown hy Miss Pcai'i Wil- son, one ct" the leading models of tlie shew. In place of the "slouch" there is coming the "glide up, shoulders back, chest-, out and the rest of II. "The military style should lasl for- ever, because it conies uretty near to being Ihe right iv-py to u-nik." said Miss McOlellan. "Not only that, br.L U ia the best way to show lines and elothts, which 'will he considered far more important hy number of wo- rn on. "All our models are being taught to walk After it Is learned it Hives tile effuct of a woman progress- Ing on -a moving sidewalk, fimoothly nnd gracefully. At present you'd (hink some women were walking.over o i i TPI r" 9 Close btudy Of This Store s Economies Will Materially Help To Reduce Living Expenses Special Sale of Table Linens OH O 1 rhone 313 Groceries 25e CAHDSTON CREAM- ERY P.UTTER, 3 lire. GOOO EGGS: SACK BACON lukini jir-r pound LAND- 'S jioiind pall fi puuml pail l'i pound pail KNOIR'S C for yonurlK for SALT- CORN iiarltfl." for JELLIES (assorted) 1 for.................... LARGE SIZED CANS OF TOMATOES: for AND BEANS Prlc" can LIBBY'S 'J tins for WAGSTAFFE'S MARMA- LADE: per pall ROBERTSON'S, HARTLEY'S And KEILLER'S MARMALADE Per GlsiSH Jar We 15c 25c 65c Y'S And 20c 500 Pure Linen Cloths and Remnants of Table Linciic; alao Da mask Table Napkins. As a result of the manu- making unusual price conoesciona, we are in a position Lo sell thcce splendid lines at a figure far below their value. They are bought dirsct from Coum, Watson Mercer, damask manufacturerG and bleachers, Belfast Ireland. This lino of goods will set a precedent for quality and prices in the Linen Sales of Lhia city. On sale commencing Friday morning. Silk Hose 25c Iialiftii riilk 1-Iosiory [or Til is lino com PS in black only. Lo 10, untl aro warranted Lo ivoar. sole ;ui'3 seamless. To on nalo I'Ticlay morning, ]ier pair 25e Have you seen our display of jnadt- in Ciniajln Prints? -Oij designs, lighL and darlc .colors. "0 inches wirlc, lesigns. fast 4 rt _ Vara Princess Crepes pretty new Princess Creyns for gowns and night eowiiB, !J2 Inches On Friday morning you can choose from white, sky, pink uml hello for 1 91ft J'er Yard I 2 C Drug Sundries Visit our Drug Sundry Sec- Uou ou Friday or Saturday U'e are discontinuing thia de- liQrtmtmL ncd all lines are marked down Lo one half ana regular prtcoa. New Spring Goods Arriving Each Day 50 (beautiful new Waists pretty stylos and ''such fine quality Voile. Those Waists come in higli and low neck, long sleeves, ami beautiful embroidered, fronts. Just 50 of them. Cfl Men's Wear Y'prr Ladies'OstrichNeckPieces LADIES' OSTRfCH NECK and comfort- able for mid-season's wear. Choose from saxe, natural grey, black and while. Thev are all regular lines, fr 4 Eft Very Special I -3U Children's Eearcloth Bonnets 49c CHILDREN'S tine quality Bear Cloth; white close curl, trimmed with piuk nnd blue, altogether Iho most pleasing style you can imagine "frSJC Clearance of This Footwear MEN'S McPHERSON LIGHTNING HITCH HOCK- EY BOOTS; in sizes C (o 10. lllis popular lino specially priced, MEN'S FELT BOOTS; in MucJier, congress sts'le; splcnOilil and comrortable; Regular 52.50 ff ftQ values for I MEN'S "K" PROSPECT- ORS; in IHacIc and tan; for service, and fit these are All sizes. Regular 53.00 for MEN'S HEAVY RUBBER BOOTS; 2 biidcle style, re- gular 52.25 values for RUBBER le style, re- LADIES' TAN CALF BLU- CHERS; very neat ncwatyie with weH rounded toe nnd liigh heel, sizes Aff% lo 7; reg. pjlCilw LADIES' "K" BOOTS; blu- chej- and ,-buUon models; comes in iblack or ian, smart styles, all sizes; Regular BOYS' TAN CALF BLU- CHERS: for school shoes we en n specially recommend these; sues 1 to 4. Special CHILDREN'S TAN BUT- TON BOOTS; these come in sizes 1 to 7 and regular SI.50 for S5c Men's new Suits values to Announcing a sale of Men's Suits. Materials are handsomely designed twneds and worsteds in pleasing- shades, All tho suits ars faultlessly tailored and sold in the regular way up to CJ O CO) Sale Price... 9 fa-WW And Bath Robes .Men's Bath Robes In good heavy Quality fabrics. The shades are rhone warm, soft colors so desir- able in a robe. Style IB long with beH nnd neat collar. >IQ ?5.GO values for......'. For the Home TUNGSTEN LAMPS Watt size 40 Watt size ........'.........40c GO Watt size Odd Plates; Dinner and Breakfast size-, 3 lor Tea, Bread and flutter. Oatmeals and 3oup Platoa; 3 and-Saiirev-: heavy quality complete HeavT Glass Tumblers; i Price Each I Cocoannt Mats; Size 30c latmcala 25e CLEHK KILLS ROBBER IN DUEL Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. Daily Star publishes the following spe- cial dispatch from Ottawa: "ft is learned today that Die gov- ernment has decided upon a course of procedure for the relief of thOEe In need seed grain for spring sowing. A line of action has been decided up- on by (he ministers, and the govern- ment's intention will bo lalrt before the house by Hon. Dr. Roche, minis- ter of the interior -early this week. "It is known that the ministers, af- ter several conferences during Uie. few clays have fully completed :hslr p'mns, and so far the only diffi- culty in tlie way of carrying them Dut is the failure of provincial govern- ments to grant the Uominlon the right ,o secure Itself for the proposed ad- vances. Seven years ago when the Dominion government undertook the lislrihutian of seed grain, the lirov- ncc granted the-right to place a first ien on the loud to tlie amount of the ralue of the advance. This is all the iresent government hero desirea of lie provincial authorities. No One Overlooked "Dr. Jtoche's-programme would es- no needy person from participa- :ing In the seeil distribution, "whether m jjntented or unpatented Innd. The lurposc Is to see that no acre intend- :d and ready for a crop this rear ahall ie left unseeded if the government can help it. The circumstances of ev- ery Applicant will bo carefully investi- gated in order to guard asnlnei Ira- CiiiL-hmatl, Ohio, Feb. A pistol line] 'between cashier Cross of the Mohawk German Banking Savings Go. of this city, and two-'men who attempted to rob tlie bank to- day, resulted In the death ot one of the robrjers. Crosa was uninjured, although the rob- bers first fired when wiihin a fen- feet of Mm. One of the robbers escaped with iHter arrested. positions, and a maximum of tour hun- dred biiBhe'ls will be'the limit allowed to any cne applicant. "In the case or those occupying pat- ented lands, the government's action is necessarily contingent upon tho provinces agreeing to pass legislation necessary to safeguard the Dominion against losses." n m GIF 10 RGHH ALLIES RESIGNATION REGRETFULLY AC- HELD A BUSY SESSION Hnclwr Creek, Feb. town. council met on Monday night and thts following arc the most important items ot business transacted A constable was appointed in the person oi Jos. Kelly. The resignation Fire Chief Tuck- er, who has joinwl the 13th C.M.R., was accepted with regret. The bylaw to raise to com- plete the municipal building, until ac- for The Calgary school board dis- cussing the abolition of home-work. At a conference of miners in Lon- don an agreement between tbe o-wncrs ami men oi the Yorkshire coal men, was reached, thus avoiding Lhe thrcit- tned strike. "THE WRATH OF THE GODS" In Six Pirts STARLAND MONDAY laid over iot its second reading estimates can he secured oi the cost of the work, which may be called. The ScKool Board iverc advised to borrow from thu banks on gear's estimates and the toivu would take care oi their notss. The mattes of appointing a new fire thief was laid till neit meelinK- The hospital recehni a balance o( S75 owing them on the grant lor 1914. A commiUee [rom the for a committee of coun- cillors 'to go into the matter of mov- ing the fair grounds into town. The Parka anil Cemetecy committee appointed. Councillor Mills gave i report on l.'ie nmls of the tie oopartmait. It WBS such a larne item, the council wid content Uttmitlns the present with.. simply putting- the present equipment io food ;