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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta maayy yiSbniary 2^, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CHILDREN!! Do Voiu Renvember . lip.w good KlUien's Candy was last Satur-day^?' � ' r. i . DID YOU see that dandy "big box of Chocolates the little girl won? At ToirtOTroV* M^t'neo at Every ohlld.present will' again be given free another bljg'bag of Klllien'B CandXi also there Is an' other big box of Choc's for some boy or Qlrl." ; i ASK DApDY FOR" THAT NICKEt^. AMP' COME ALONG TOMdFU^OW;- t(ie Gandy to be Qlven to the Children - AT STARLAND on^ ^atu'rpay afternoon -,'3- ABSOtUTEliY PURE AND . 'Wholesome -We -sell nothlhg but the best.' Killien's 608'3rd AYenTj^. "Lethbrlrfge Addressed Structural Iron Workers at Secret Session in-Indianapolis IndWnapolis, Ind., Fob; aV.-Samuel M. Gompers, prcsidsat of AmeriCEin Federation of Labor, today held a conference with Franlc M. Ryan antl ci�n to Aiaktf .thej conference secret; Guards were placed at the doors. ^d,nd ,ohly those -who could show orede'iitlals a� i delcgaikes to the Iron Workers'' convent on were permitted to attend.- ' � � * Mr. Gon^pcrs'la-fcer declineij to make known the pro9eedings, except to say MILADI ------------ PHONES Office 1224 EDITED BY "INO" Res. t113 "I love,"' she said, with her faint,; sweet smile, "But I shall not narrow this-Vile of, mine, Or bid my spirit its thirst beguile With the' joys, that women still count. .diYi�e.. Why,' I am a soul ! I am God ! of the Canadian Wom.-n's Press club, the only man belonging to the last named organization. I The entertainment features in Edmonton include a scries of receptions, banquets and theatre parties, also side trips throuijU the VcUowlicad ! :Pas3 in the Caiiiidian Rockies and j Athabasca, north of Edmonton. I "1Ve!iI give the girls the best time Ul-cy ever had in their lives,Mrs. Murphy said, "and I know they will enjoy every minute of their stay in are very goo'd'an^ certainly give a snlart appearance to the natty crca- iionsf -BaJican .red-, cerise and - purple Etoonlon-.'and" ccntrai Alberta" being especially good. The combina-  , � * tion of colors id in many cases most GROWTIT. striking, and, evccedingly pretty mi- We have:heard of quiet times, r.otli-., ^ ,  'Ic^irled' OStnch'plumes of all color's .ing doing; and such li,Ue terms during n part otnare'shbvvyh. ' ' the las't'winter, money'tight arid so I Favoriible comments were heard on forth. It is interesting to note, that I doubt- aihd question^--hav,e^ wings-toilfhe hits-noticed in cse\\ of the a'love one institution, a religious body-tlic . ..mount; , . Do you think I shall only moil and plod. And fill niy cup at the common �fount?" J.nampOt' pajlg'rSj .^yvliere the iniUiner's Wesley Methoxllst Sunday . school-has �art seems" to liave excelled itself. CLUBS ANi> SOCIETIES That was only a j*ear and a day-Last night her lingers were softly pressed On the downy head of a baifae, that .- .-lay. With warttri wet^ mouth at her gracious breast ; "Do you think," she said, "there is rarer bliss, ' ; ' made a phenomenal growth tliis last quarter, as the records show the attendance has risen from 100 to over the 300 miirk-. iThe average attend-,, , . ^ 1. r 1.1 �T , ^'"'c of the teachers never in the his-The Junior branch of tlie Roman's torv of the'school has been so good. Auxiliary ^ol St. Cyprians church- fjie erery Sunday collections have will: hold their fticeting tomorrow at- pone over the $10 mark. A special � ternoon at 3 o clock in the parish -feature-,f this school is the mission-. .� r^ry Sunday,- the first Sunday in tlie . ' ; V month. ' The givings hero have been The Missionary Au.xiliary of Wos- splendid; �-- , �ley-church met yesterday aftsruoon For Sunday next ai special program ;&ria "continued'-the study of "Uhlaii'sj has been plfepated. Dr.'J. I-I. Rivers he had expreSSett ''tf hfllef l^aiS all of the 33 men sentenqed ta the Federal penitentiary at Les�vi?nworth as co^'-spirators in the MoXamdia plots'were innocent. He's^ttH itC acldrqasiag the Iron Workers' delegate?,, he told the men he was . conftdent. the TJnited States circuit court of appeals would grant new trials. ... �� Mr, !RyAK.-$rlw. wcelVdi sentence cil,seven ..y^javs, -presided..qvet the ses- hiidge..,. sion, addfes.'ied'.lfy- Gompers', and is. a � * � candidate ,,fo.3?, vfr-eleptipni �': S.evor?-! -^^^ receiving tomorrow days ago wKen plans) foj: re-o;:ganiz,a- The-Misses "Sharman, Ninth tion of the union came up'^s^t^the con-r vention the dolBg^tes''doctded- to defer action until Mj; Gotopets;, ha.d addressed theiff. - 35he eleetion .IS not to be held for �?yferal days; i Where the long bright circfes-of hqa- New -Day."' Mxs.!-M. 11. C'ragg read' will address-the-sehool, and-a special a .scholarly and^leyerly thought out; musical program is promised. Mus'ical ven unroll ? Or any wonder more deep To share with God in soul ?" -Emily Huntingdon Miller. ,..***. Hostesses tomorrow : Mrs. W. mills, 12B6 Sixth Ave., for the last": tiirie . before . leavjiig Lctli- than this, P^'Per on "The Religions of the-Ori-, Director .George IWittord will sing an a' common ^"V''-and it-was-' re.^rettable,' -thait' app.rppi:iate ,solo. A. special $15 col-', � there were*not more- in attendance'to lection is asted for Sunday next. i' �V-.'-.-i.- ij. - 1 �Hie r.' r, i . -rr� hear it. 3t future the Misses Sharman will re- 'occiipv ceive on the second Saturday of tlie church month mstc-ad of the lirst Satnirday |- � The- executive'(rf the W. C. T. -XJ.. will meet withl'jvtrs. .J. VV.,. 531 Fourteenth St., S., at 8 , o'clock tomoirro'vV'^evenin.g. All the mdmbers ate espeoiBlly reqiiestsd to -comei. and meet 'Mrs. Livingston, la, . �ourde^i' to arrange:i-her work with herv Sun Mr. R.'.T. Gordon'is expected home from Edmonton the early ^art of next week; .Mrs, W. D. L. Hardie, who is vis-itmg in High River, will return to- Tho Missionary-j-Auxiliary of West-tion pt the Edmon post ottlce and the minster-church--met with Mrs. W. P. mail route: During the past two ap-; J:, ii-lexandervvest-.rdav afternoon; a years W. R;. Shields has carried the {soodlv number-being-present - niail .from Seven Persons weekly, and Mrs. T- S. Fettcrly ablv took the conducted-the,post ofTice at his gen- t&pie,-which wasithe-beginnin-!; otthe eral store,.- to the -entire satislaclfion new stitdv boolt on Chma. Tempting. tile settlers. Week-End Price Economies On Sale To-morrow At The ores Many shrewd buyers' have visited our etore today, taking advantage of the price conoeaslons offered on seasonable and 'wanted lines. Still there are plenty for those who shop early tomorrow. These are the Items specially priced for tomorrow'! selling:- LADIES' and MISSES 35c to 75c Hose, for LINEN TA6LE NAPKINS - Regular $S.0O for........... 25c $1:25 TOWEL*-- 25c LINEN' HUCK Size 14 x 38, Per l-alr .... SILK TAFFETA RIBBONS^ 41/2 Inches wide li 20c for..... ... J UC NEW DRESS TWEEDS 42 In. wide, for .;..., MEN'S $1.26 FINE NI.GHT SHIRTS for .. M&N'S BLACK SATEEN SHIRTS-Al|-,8lze,. af MEN'S $1.60 TWEED CAPS on tale at i... 48c 89c 83c 69c refreshments were^setved by the host{-ess at the tea.rhour'. � �� INTStilB ; :fliiiiicH 'A^^ltSJlbOIA , ,0N; . rCEXHBRlDGE , LINE, HAa.A, SiMlllfjai^PPORT--INjQ' 'RBBSBYTKRlANv. -'�'�-!'� �'"'Feb . 37.-In' 'Lei^nox .'churchf-thB�t{ev>f{ri:_ S.;StepJ!(ens aa- aoftnced'i-that'^-he'shaidibBBji-^ienderad a ^^.^ j.. ..-.v.-u w',* wvt��^'liiii"�^5'| v -n's'iuiJ pall JEor^'Ui,? peji^toisitf of. Aa?inlboia ; live tables of .euchre �iWprp,;iA^ae;4p.: Carlson were much'enjoyed, an(l in-' jifid^thj.tjjf ,ls Jbfelrhiis'ot accepting^ ;Mrs. Jackson and M'T-.'-Jenftin'gs '4ap7 vitm'g viands jy^jjg, spjvcd .by the .hos-^. 'A.9�fYm,ws^^'+�i"^^ ';(,i)irod-ithe -pretty*, trophies. -.Aninvit-ttesses, at thevoli;i^ pt the aft^tnooa. ingi-'jpienu 'w.iis'^^erved ^t- .;^hB oard^^.- jyicp^^^ Crest,' jJi^^Ayo^^,.will .jcntei^ tableS,'it^iefebnfclupiofti oS-''tbe gamej jjtam ;thp, s^o'ciet^^/^l^ithe. nq^t -rBgu'l'ar - Recently'he-resigned, however, to : devote all*'his, attention to his farm I operittJons, � and the appomtment has gone tb Geo. Young. Mr. "Young will open a gsne'ral store, where all the needs of the farmers will be supplied. Ho,;is;'iatt-experienced husine,sa man . Twenty^eJ.mpi^ihors attended, the meeting of, itho 'tQlub la^^t. cy?pvn;^vW^^en; Re3tdmg5,^by;.M?S(j,\V;cel(s and, Miss Uliis seetioi were glad to rcAd m its live tables of .euchre�iwpre, ,TAaoe-,.:i}$.i rnrisnn worn mnr.'li-oninv-nrt .,.,,1 i"-;.columns 4he pleasing news concerning the early completion of the,. Leth- beef steers. Mr. Brown is Icortlngifti brldgp-Weyhurn line " Badon will be gram ration and intends havihg t^ts ?tgs5iahm5.1g"tifl"e?iitst west of Weyburn.. oil- the; new- CP ttl line to LethTiriafee/'aiid-^Jlt tfi� d^sm izalaoaoE the^ohgrph a few weeks agc^ fctBfe, %)ngr6g8C-Mp�--was 'SBlf-Bustatuing Ifotn'^hB �i^aifo.-''A-speo}al'meetingi6� ^ITe I^rMffyEeTf ^VitrTw ?eld m Sour-is next week::to-cQUsidef .tlie, reaigni' tion of Mr. Stephena,'^ , ' '"^QURiAi^A'S-O^tisfNt^btAD Bi. ThdmW, Oflf., Feb! 27-A couain . " Toronto, Ii'elii 27. - The Ontario hranch of the Dominion Alliajv?.e-: 4e-. tided'this afternoon to express ' its approval of 'the* Liberal-. rtempeKancs :lJlatrorm.- -The' 'following resolu-tion �Was carried ; - "That-this convention hails- "witK yelight the-ftdvanced, stand taken by Jjil^erliil^ral -party in the resolution iMrhujh ^JV.^ flojycll, the; le?iaer , ol ^tlmati '^|fit^^i?r;|^pif|55;?,f^8r Ha '^haV?;A5:i.bas |lven notice in tli^ ,was a cousin of tli^qne^iiWg famous lieg^Tawre, �that he will.move for the rebel, and was,.^rji la ,'Toronto in Jmme'dlate'ah6htron'0! .the bar,!, ni^,11.1828. �> i . *1 "J, j*)Udingi;:pu^Up-enterprises; also , ,th^ - y'trBatlpi'v |y4iBJ.ti|' placing ' oihei: . teatrlQtTona ': on � '.the liquor taraffici ii\Yjiloh'are--^howu to be necessary to .fXemedy'.^jt^^ evils.'�/Local option to .bo t,�iaintainati as a* means of wiping out Hliejresidub-'^n� thq retail sale.^ where. 'Ikhe eleptots ^0 decide. \ \ i, 1 "That thJ8"conVentIon call,'upon'^e,stops to.securft 'llja. iliqtpiqatIo^';apd- election in every con-'ptitupjoyj of-Vrepresentative who can ,be' -feUed tt'cf in his power to iapufie-.thj^ -epfPtrpeilt ol legislation tOTitheiJWfPiWS^loil- � of the: liiq.u(ir, tral- *hait -pippos^t of Mr. Rowell CQijl(i''nbt^e-'JpQted upon as sulfioient ito j?P'j�i>tj()..:jiiy"'dMididato to the Sup- ".TJiaJ/iWa' alliance appreciates the (igiion f\tj(fj^ provincial gpvornment f ' pjjd  egislfttiire,^-^> making amen-d-^nents ip-?^h0}j;av^, Also do we ap,--, ^-?:r''.-:'WWl�*^-:-tlp)*j^l Qupbe'c. -. SPRING FROOK'F'CJB'' Of jjearl .Wblt* ,JH�J|n. iiiiiliiKil 5Q"pVNfE in 31 white net^ndlrrfUMjaisJ ywKh> olHBters of .' pale pink eatlrj'r^qsps.^'i'. ^ . Mr. 'and^ Mrs. Bhynd- Jamieson^left i;Tnee;^nSv to ,ensuta,'.fuU^rightp.^i4"Prv^;i this afternoon for Winijipegj where l-^l^ges - - * they will reside m future Mr..Jam- I'he Piesident express?^legrej.-that. iesoh wUl-=be- much missed invhiusliiat ;th!^;^attendance.;Wj�s .greater,, m, circles, m ,which he has bcfen JmOst 1 v^v.ot the excellent way. m whvch prominent,since coming to the c,ty l^l^ljation was .asplained . AlUthe over eighteen, months,. aEQ.vdur&S^WS"^^^';^,^'^'' urgeji. ^tpo^tiiend.- .tlje-which time he has been the valued ^ legular meeting v{hen afhliation v musical director of Wesley^ choir ~Mr ^'^^ be the business to be decided up^ : Jaraieson-.was also -a riienifcci.^of �-th3'|5',v-^. .-i^'-V'- - �' V "'' �''' "' Herald reportorial staff and Wsf. official announcetnen.t is made by for his new. field p endeavor with they jyj^gs ^j, MacMutchy ol Toronto, ' best wishes oi his former confrftee ^hat' thg Canadian 'Women's ' Press > for the greatest possible measure � of ^ ^,,,,^^.5, gh^'^g president', wilP iUGcess. ^ . :,V >�'.'j)iavo;its triemiial c]b^^ The whist drive and dance'"hQld in; Su'^'r.' 'l*^'" T^'^^"-the K. of P, hall last evening under T> delegates,, mcluihng women a,u-;tho auspices^'iot'the CanadiaiC Or^leit;^l^'^?^and.^newspap^f^WI:^ters^. f^nv^ of Foresters was a disttnct success/. 1 ^^'=1�^/ parts of the.Dominion, will ; Thirty table.s were ,in. Play. Mrso lie. enter tamed by W^gmen's Presrf^-Weener W 'j�Ir.. K^nea^ wu*�!lli.f"! 5''^.T.* �^'*^? ' Choicfi refreshments wete 'served aj, ^'r'^^^ - " " , ?i: One noticeable feature is thp-SinftU^j']'^'sipecii)^l..train over tlie.^ " '� -. - � ... - lur will be undSi [i ot Ge.orge;'�'III' epr esentati y e i �pi important Ijo-wn on .thii new. r^il-.jv'ay, and . the- fjirmers  are ^ea^erly iooklnE':forwardi,to the . time .when this towp 'will .he. linUe4 up: wvtU the important .city qt U.t}ibndge...... :i}ho �ew .jsejvjjje, TjrWj?l|^ilfl .-^ .,-tm.-provement on the old, ^ goes Ipto ef-l^ct Maroh. a. . �\ J, -W. Brown, a wejl kno^yn^ and successful cattle rane))er; ,::nB8):}?.'En-don, isi'Vli of hunch ready for the early sprjn^' trade. This- is a departure, l^om;!-the;; usual custom-; of producing beef'pitathe-;',' Peigan Reserve,,.and the expennDepte-of Mr, Brown Isbetpfi 'iiy�te!^S!Dl''^iSn!Ui| interest by the tactaets abA'-ieiiiMt^e of the district. 4 ' ';Stan^ar(Iv Furniture Co.'s .Great Sale ^ j-Today (S5\?SatiiT(l�t3^4j at loss. PAY SPEGIAJ:. 1 ' Bed Mafp^s^^&d Spring for $13.5Q,' a-clieap'pj'i^lC' ' >^ sold at :vvlwM^i|-^(^'^(^ss. . Stan4 Npw^ Dominion 'BJoo*^ ^ Plant in '�'mi- - ' V-'. ;