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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^f^HE LETHBBID DAILY HERALD Pace 9 Look on the Pantm Shelves .:0||he finest-Western Homes, and - ' ' tKei'o'you Avili/se^^ the.faaniliar 5/ , 1 paoka^^s of ' ^ -  �, . hupifolest ii-wrdllmg�-MBr t;Kere is Bhm Ribbon BotIivfe)3?!.d4iiGi(ms zest and'..... ^ e(ion'(^Tl3f Bliie Ribbon is.the.:(jKo|ce..  oSi;Ii#e,;y^^^^^ the .best, / , ^,,' r SS^gopd: cups -to a ])acli(^fc':;V� -� ^11 the Services Were Characterized by Intense Interest-Bright Music tors and Mrs. Cdislfer^iTS^, t-ead-better each renilec^dv solos whwh were much appreciated; , - _ �  Gifand, Cciucert at Night ;n�setaent hall a week 'agoi.T&#-ptog|arii,was,j>rmtT ed in tlio-Herald M that {/itfte.- To Ijf *?is -added'6eveara4.aulnbei:6r^maU^ mg 4 oije;offth8''be9t ovei:,giv6ji by* the olioir, lir Gardstot; 'Afr - L^iyino is '8 LOVE IS PLEA OF DEFENCE SOME DRAMATIC SCENES AT THE TRIAL OF THE PAftlS AUTO BANDITS  Pans,-J''db. 18.-rho tbirleenth day 'of the bandits' trial was occupied -witli hearing, the testimony oi numerous witnesses �called to prove the various thefts', robberies and house 'breakings the accused, �/A: ^oji and Mrs, J:p.mes Glenistpu wcnii to GjalgJiry this � morning on a tew days' 'Visit. oluk. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright tied the nuptial knot in the presence of a number of friends of the bride and groom. � � � CHERLENCnO-MAK A REN"CHO A quiet wedding was solemnized in St. Augustin's church an Saturday morning, when Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrlght united in marriage Miss Za-kica Makarcncho to ]VIr. Nicolai Cher-Icncho. Mr. James A.-MacilonaUi, oi Calgary, is a visitor �in the cit\. � � � � c� " � Mrs R. S ymith, ,Glem'Ig Tower, fortbcoming..lromi;the.prisoacrs' coun- ,iis c/onfmed^ to-itWi^^^piise through ill- ness,. .Mr: .BIrytlen, of Winnipeg, was a week-enday. Saints wtv8. held In the Tabernacle'on Saturdav,. and'Sunday. Alberta Stake as the oldest in� Canada, and the coil-I , ,7 , ,. , ferencB whidi.has just closed was the. school session was Ijeld. Every most ettcouragiiik and successful that available scat -was occupied with chil-hus even been hfeld. President E. J. "l"" ^'"'1 parents The exercises weie Wood'ptesided 6vfer all the seselons, under the supervision of Stake Super-ahd his enthusiasm, for 'hi^ rellglbn'who* wore guesis-with Mrs. G work upon their sensibilities. The , 'Whalen",^S^!Kth' 'AXe^, have returned i^vntneas rin �.this . instance referred to AJuia/; Qohoofs, Avho expected, to-raar-^ Xy the as,sasRin, Gamier ^ could not believe," she said; "that Garnlef was an assftssih. He swore to, me tha-t he :Avas-not.'', � ; such that the members oi the 'cotiied' all ' &enblninations.' On' the church could contribute liberally to' platfbrM were all the olRcers ' con-JtS'fund- .and , yef notwithstanding nec'tdd with the stake'orgatiizations-ithose things the leaders have perse- (Seats for these are provided on both vered and 'tile building is now cOm- .Isldes of the' President's 'chair ihd 'in plate The P.resident called for a the corners of the building at the derper rfeVerence for safcred thlnps and advised his people to sHve their rell-' gior; overyiday. Saturday;-aftsriiooR the auditorium Mfti. comfortably JiUed Members of ftorit. I ' ' Mr. Stirling Williams, C. A , was the first speaker . in the � afternoon meeting and -made the speech of the Conference It %\as along the lines Ihe Chutbh ' froih Mtjuntain View, 1 of .techmcal-education and Was an Glennwoodp Boundary Greek, Wool- impassioned'fcppeal to the members ford, Kimball'; Etna, Hill Spring and bf the Mormon church to look after all theisurrounding country,,drove inv the .education� of tbecMldteni-.along and ,flwell6d. ,tho nunibets-ot'the mBm-* bor.^ ^tom the town and im'medlate. dllstrlct.: The/.'President; was in the chair again-ana Made an ojiSning ad- technical lines the ,�(;o��Mt s)verT-an.Qas3^;dt8h of select .Atlantic:}5sh, Wholesome, npurishin|[i,' No boneHj'iSvie^y ; bite a'gM one. And that' bradygcianflBvor! IViopi- , 'pels , aiji 'e js ^ e r appetite, Sitn'plift Jwlpis *ith pack-dealer for^ Addresses were also;if Mr'.'^ Atlam, �yviio'^i?, sufliciently rc-6dvercd from.^iiis^eSent illness to !e.ave the GaMr-?liSB^ital Mast week, �,lvas able ;'toTfe^ui^v' -jiesterday, Mrs. A. E. Dunlop, 50G 14th St., will ontertaln^ the- .Mathesls Club; at three o'clock tomorrow aftwnoon. � . ,  The ProtheOti. class, will meet this evening with Miss Stover, 639 Ninth St., S, �'� ... . The Relief society ' will hold the second aiftcrnoori't'ea at tiie Nursing Mission on Tluirsdaj- wlicn it is hoped the attendance will be large, A cordial/invitation is extended to the ladles of the city. � *�  The Guild of ,St..Mary's churclitmet yesterday afternoon, when the' feature Qf tJie meeting was the "election of officers, which-resulted as follows; Presiflenli-Mrs. Arnold. �Vice-PreSidont-Mrs. Ford. Secretary-Mrs, Turner. Treasurer-Mrs. Hockford, ' An especially fine program was given at the Westminster Gluild of Knox ntLL wKUiv church last evening. Miss Higin-his olTico duties,botham'.s' paper on "The Life of Llv-' ingstone" was very fine, while Rev. A. C. Bryan's- address on "Africa" Mis, B' B McCa^l)!, who has been ' ^'^^'^'ne'l much interesting intormr-In Thaniesford'-abd^f London, Ont., for ,-. ',''., ^ , -. - u some time,past;'-arrived home this M^^s Bontiell contributed a piano morning'Mrs.-WqCirty is rccupciafc-,^'hich was well executed, ing rapidly after., bor recent opera-' * " tion.  "  October next Is the date announced in Berlin (or the marriage oC Princess Victoria Liiise, only daughter of the German 'Emperor and Empress, to Prince Ernest August, son .o� the Duke of Cumberland. "It is assumed that the marriage will be tbe first step toward placing the. young princ^' :'p'n ' the throne of the Duchy of Bi'ii^'wlck, since he will enter 'the Prbssian service and take the oath: of allegiance to the Emperor as King of" Prussia. This will. probably be folWwed bv his tor-;inal renunciation or. 'the Throne of 'Hanqver after b^fffathor'a deith oif another; solution may be reached by �tbe federal council rescinding its vote mo,kinB.the accession of the Duke of CJumberland to the DuHedom ef Brunswick, dependent on tbe;-formal renunciation of the head,,of thc hou&e to tbe Hanoverian throne., ; ;The .Duke of Cum.b.erland.,,is said fully to.' approve, of the betrotlial. GOROLUK-SUIIARNI  St. Augustin's church wap tne scene of -: a .wedding yesterday , morning, when Miss Frozinoi . Suharm was joined" in.marriage,to Mr. John Gor- Wcsley EpwOrtli League enjoyed a social eveniiig last night, ' and those in attendance were treated tp a fine program. 'Guessing contests resulted in Miss Judsonj .Miss Cunningham and Mr. Crawford winning the to - Miss Toombs, Miss Lnguard and Mr. Shantz. .. > , .A piano solo byi Miss Shantz and a Vocal solo by �'^Iiss Llnguard were appreciated, while Mr., B. Long and Mr. Shantz gave clever impromptu addresses. The A. y. P. A. of St. Cyprian's cli'urch held a very enjoyable Men'-^ dclssobn evcmVjg last night. Mr. xlonesvjtead a:spaper on-the life- ot Mendblssohn, while, a-: number of the great composer's selections' were ren^ dered ,1 , ^ vMr. and . Mrs.Waddiiigton.^ Mr.,vSy-datl, .Mr, Mead,. IVIr. Straker and: Ar-thuif-.Motgan were aniiong those, who contEibUted to the excellent program; "The ladies of .Sit^. Cyprian's .parish Auxiliary will hold a.-pantry sale on. Friday,, February 21, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Boulton, .523 .Sixth street. Tea 'will be served, and a nice as-Bortmeiit ot bome-made cooking and candywlll bo on hand* Charlie Stuart . Touched Opposition (Continued from front page). A GRACEFUL GOWN ' The gown is- compoced of-blUe .ohaK meus^ cut with a small train, yTbe lines are simple, and the-dress relies for Its charm .very much onthoibp^M-, tifully contrasting tones of tlie brown fur against the blue .charmeuse. : dvS^ft �; iiiiles � of steel Cwere; laid' In.'Al-�b'g:^ibaj;fof' whic^ 50 per ceiit. Was un-,;tl6i: ;g6Vett giiaradtee.' Of " the tjp^al?mileage guaranteed,by the-pro-k? iViiicial government 3,081 miles; 7,62 Ij'vTOil^lofc^steelihaBv^eSiv ,^ and-;26?, ,'fr|ifiiniie>''graded in addition,' making in '^^.|ailtt 34 R^^^ .j ofjiihe-to-'amount �''.gnatahtcetl.''V^^ ''�''!;;�-':' ', ;. J^i^^l;-Sf, �?;;'rhe Coal,-Indiistryi..,;y �;. ', "''.^An'lact -;iias been ;introd\iced- dealing 'Wiijii mthfng,' a bill -whlcfclte "-hoped ';^;ould /rheet witli approvalof;;, both >^apS. qi'lie output', from-She coal- fields ofvi'Albe'rta.: had gro'w'fli from' ,288 ;*\'ere, 3,Qi4.;|)ei-sons eni-�plb^ld; fenthe.' miinps  ofi,:A;iberta;,- In itfia/ihe ntimber; of 1)btsons, employed ^y;f^st6,B6'l';'i\'Vbile-''^^^^^ number''of i^inines jiii', operation increased froirf �J-'SS iii 190-1 tQ,,2-lG jii ..ti3|2:';qp,|ftail,,'invested; in.;; ttt|nes.''in tiiej Ci'ojvi^;, Nest Pass idiiStriet' alone, was- $lB,0Op,o6,0.. Dur-'iiigi.thax.past year" the go.verttmeht had eMeavbred to aUeviate danjeroUs Cott"-:!ditiQns under which miners 'svcirk by ;tfl^? installation at t-iBlatrnipre' and iL^thbridgo of two mine reserve sta-e,i,bns.; witli complete' apparaids for tRisfw6ik'. ''Up' to the; pteseiit; time a ig^ea^ deal of good work baa been :a6ge4nBpeecb *rflim^^ ^Jl^JiStawart, ad iJOnnecUons'with the Drug do,;,'Tlioiword ''SAi;.YI^'',;.;(r,'a^ii .%unlf;llneB in northern Alberta. .; lA to: aasuiA on pyoJar biitUa.'' '' � -^'Ti^f&At^ iiaea will �-et into lhg, become .'the favorite w^lth- wom'eh or taste and culture, who know the'sb-olarvalue of beautiful-hair. 'A'large igeneroua Jjottlo coats 1 -only 506,' at' leading' dfugglflta everywhere and..itt' The, Frank -.Hedle# country as soon a� the d P. R. and B:iBennett will permit them,'" said Mx.. Stewart. ;. , . . 'George Hoadley.Okotoks, objected',' and.'^said that Mr. Beunett had-not endeavored! to-stop other lines-get--tinglnto thfi south'country. : --; Mr; -Stawart:-"Has not R. Bi':'Ben-nett acted'lor the C. P. R. in regard to level "Crossings?" �' Mr; "Tweedle: "You said R. B. Bennett had held the C. N. R. up 'from giet-ting into Gjilgary." Mt. Stewart: "He has been holding up the'Cl^. R. ov�r tbeir crossing of the C.V'P. R., and also in respect to the ctosBlng ot C.P.R. ditches."  ' 'AttWa point several ot the OpposI^ tion ondeavoted to speak at. once, and �M\\ Stewart ami'd'laughtflr from; the gdvernment benches said he had evld-. 'entljf touched the OppbsUion's.;"9ore spot." , ,' ' Mr. Hoadley called upon, Mr. Stiew-,art to withdraw his remark rdga-rd� 'ing R. B. teenne^tt. , �The Sp'eakfer said, that as Mr. Ben-,n'-6tt 'was; not now'a mepiber of the, iHouse, he did not think Jvff. Stewart should ber called upon to withdraw. ,There^ was almost a bear garden later In'Mr.'Stewart's speech, several �members of the Opposition keeping up a running fire of'interruptions. 'Mr. Tweedfe; "This, is the'lhlrd min-istw of the government who. has spoken,, aiiid,he 16 unable to teil us how many miles of government guaranteed railways are in opera.tlon. 'Premier Slfton: "Mr. 'Stewart is not-minister'Of railways'. 'If tbe hon. gentlehiaii, will a*|'t in the proper quai'ter he will be answered." v -Hoil.-C. R, �Mitchell: "There are noB'S' �0^Und; as those"Vho won't see;'-'Mr. Stewart crUlcised'the- Opposition fot tack of courage in ^ot daring ,to; oppo'i^?!?publlc;:expenBlture's ;whlcJj they 'Vaguely' called in q'ueittlon!' lyor not> opposing the Munlclpallt,ie6 A'ot' and'othei' beneficial Idgislatlon in ^lie" House, hut trylng'to discredit it in tie .country.' ' '' Robert Patterson, Maol60d,,whb fe- SOME GOOD BUYS IN CARPETS AND RUGS Spring cleaning time will soon be here. Take time b//the fore-loclu p( lands, tlmbef, flWi'erf^i&-^%ft"'^f.i t-er pots'er oi ,th,is pr,ovi^o^'^i(iia:'"^, they were in fivor of th"^ pWjrltfce ;r^-; calving con't'Toi of"' liw' iaiiweii^''^^ !BQurc�s, ''� ' Alberta and Great, "Water-ways case. At a.recent bamjuet at Macleod, at which, the Hon., Malcolm Mackenzie was the principal, speaker, the hand-wTltlng appeared on tli-e wall, and it read 'Weighed in the. balahc.e � and found wanting.'". �, Dr. Campbell Spoke Dr, Campbell, Ponoka, took up.the points mentioned by. Harold Ril*.v, who sought to show a large amount of money spent intbis province by-the Dominion goViernment. The pitiful doles to agricultural societies and other Institutions from the'Dominion government, would not compensate the wopt for the loss ot reciprocity. John. Kemmls, Plnoher'Creek, was not at hoffl.c In dlscusBing the financial situation, and he was obviously glad to get to safer ground on public roads. Very little of thc good roads' policy of 'the government had. been; seen in his constituency. Some attempt should be made to cover the country with traffic roads, which were ; of a8'mucb"lmportano;e to. the country as railroads. .. , ,. The-adjournmont-of the debate was; moved by Dr. Stewart; LfelUbridge City, .who v/ill speak tomorrow.^ � A large:,"part of tboioTro;w.'afternoon's session will be t'aljen up wl^h replbs, quest ions of Avhich ^notleb hajs been given. The.; questions cover several printed sheets; and refer to many subjects. � ' ^ DEFEATED CONTINUED SERIES OF FEARFUL DISASTERS FOR THE MAHOM*,,' MEDAN ORCES - i'|t4/'Ss';*'wpbhihg|?M^^^ ^Constantinople, Feb. 18.-'(By wire-loss via Gonstantza')-^A- wireless tele- .;;'.:,;'� gram received at Constantza declawis that Gallipoli has fallen, but no Con- ,^ firm'ationiH avaiilable here.,- I;;am r^t The, Turks were surprised and; ;Uni^.":;,-^,v,',> prepared, the majority having "biily,. One cartridge apiece ' ^^'^ Greek transports, , piJotected;. byj" 1;ho%'-'^;!5: Greek'navy, have landed Servian and'v" * Bulgarian troops at Afcgravat, pnisthi!-t southern end' of the' GalUpoU; p'^nii^'.a? sula and have lahde'd'troops' on , m1 the,'Asiatic shore.neat the pla'ms of' - ' ancient Troy,'for the. purpo'setOtjl' f stormin(r,.ihe forts at {the; entrance "of j-iihe-, Dardanelles.. , - ? ........', ..X'..,.|;,-Constantinople is quiet,' the censor, /J^'' suppressing all news. The hospitalS; J'^-ate. filled'with��vyoupddd'j'is;;�:;.; -x^^.m^n^i^ -Ah official Turkigh'statemenit cUimg; W .thai hundreds qt Bulgarian prisonerw^j 4|" have arrived at Constantinople,'biLt-'''!v^* the actual count of names on the lipi,-'- ly furnished to, the . Russian embas^fcv/V'V' which acts for Bulgaria,-shows-"ottW' '''' four. - " H: "~ 4 Twenty cents in, stamps, were re-i ,1 ceived by the manager pi the G'Uflpl^' '.{ radial as "ooriBcience money.'.' frbm S,'j. yS^ rnan who ii-adn't .paid his.,fai;,b,^in''a^"" crowded oa- last summer ' ' ' ' -.'n'.'.'T. %ch Silverware - --icJi in q)ial BCu heiutv-ihould graeli every home Cnoo^ ' d'ginutbc* aifl 6 76 ;