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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 4,1913 THE L E T IIU K ID H E DAILY HERALD Page n LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Sunday Dinner de Luxe 50c 5:30 to, 7:30 50c White Onions RELISHES Celery Queen Olives SOUP ConBomme a la Francaise FISH Stuffed Salmon, Sauce Mayonai�e ENTREES Chicken Cutlets, aux Legumes Breaded Sweetbread, Paulette Clapolata Pickled Sheep's Tongue.^ Sauce Piquant Beignets, aux Confiture* SALAD Lobster Salad, Mayonaise j-ROASTS Prime Ribs of Beef, au Jus, Horse Radish Spring Lamb and Mint Suucc POULTRY Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce VEGETABLES Steamed and Mashed Potatoes Asparagus Tips in Butter DESSERTS Deep Green Apple Pie Hot Mince Pie Pineapple Cream Pie English Plum Pudding, Hard or Brandy'Sauce . Vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Fruits Port Wine Jelly Muscatels and Almonds Cheese, Cafe Noir If POSSIBLE THAT PEACE CONFERENCE MAY BREAK UP TONIGHT-TURKEY'S GAME TOM AND JERRY HAVE QUIT SPOKANE Spokane, "Wash., Jan. 3.-Just at New Year's time, the most popular season for the national winter holiday beverage, Tom and Jerry have disappeared from Spokane. Citizens generally, preachers included, have been asked to keep a sharp lookout for them. Tom and Jerry are white hull pups, of more vt less distinguished ancestry, belonging to D. C. McClelland. They trace their tree back ten years, "when their forebears won prizes at Madison Square garden. Mr. McClelland, in reporting Tom's and Jerry's disappearance to the police, had this clause inscribed on the official blotter: "Jerry pro^aibly led Tom astray, but he may come back, 'vhile Tom would get lost." Back of this is a tale of the family's black sheep, which is Jerry. Jerry Is the older of the canine brothers, and is an old offender. Now his reputation is entirely smirched, because he in- veigled Tom into departing from the path of righteousness. The family remedy for Coughs "Shlloh cost) 80 little and does and Colds o muchi' London, .Ian. 1-The Ottoman delegates to the peace conference have absolutely made up their minds not to surrender the fortress of Adrian-I ople or the Islands in the Aegean sea, ! according to ;i statement made today. An explicit and categorical declaration to this effect was prepared \ for submission at today's session of ! the peace conference "in ' St.: lames palace. The Turks, however, n'iiy make some further concession in the province of Adrianople. The delegates of llale;aria, Greece and Montenegro, and Kei'via met at half vast three this afternoon to consider their attitude in view of the probable Turkish reply to their demand for a decision on the i|uestion of Adrianople. The ambassadors of Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Italy and Russia resumed their "conversations" at the Uritish Foreign office, and'began considering the questions involved in the crisis which has been reached in the peace negotiations. The attitude of the Balkan allies during , today's session of conference ' vvas | foreshadowed by Dr. S. Daneft, ihc ! chief of the Bulgarian delegation, who i stated : "We expect that the Turks i will be unable to give us acceptable J conditions. The negotiations will then | be broken oil. We have an army j which can continue the war." I Dr. Danefi added a phrase which possibly indicates that a way! out of the deadlock may be found. Hf said: j "If the Turks wish to appeal to the I European powers we cannot prevent j them from doing so." It is believed ; to be the intention of Turkey to yield 1 on the question of the Island of Crete and to cede to the Balkan allies all her rights(there. Should the Turks unexpectedly renounce their claim to the fortress of Adrianopie it is understood that the Balkan allies are ready to moderate their .original claims in regard to the future frontier of the Turkish province of Thrace. They would be prepared to make it run from Enos, on- the Aegean Sea, along the Maritza river to Midi a on the Black Sea instead 0l from Rodosto on the Sea of Marmora to MUia^as was at first proposed by them. MAJOR SN.ELGROVE Of Toronto, prominent fraternal society man, who died in that city on Sunday. He was also an historian of some note. That the American immigration into Western Canada will total no less than two hundred thousand for the fiscal, year of 1911-12 is the prediction of 'W. J. White, head of the Canadian agencies in the United States. It is an increase of 70,000. The great Mississippi river hydroelectric plant at Keokuk, Iowa, which is expected to develop 200,000 horsepower, will be completed in July. WhiteSwan Yeast Cakes' Record Thousands of White Swan Yeast Cakes have been sold in Canada without a single complaint. Can the same be said about other brands? Sold in packages of 6 cakes for He. Send for free sample. White Swan Spices & Cereals Limited, Toronto, Ont. C IF Specials! ecia During this month we will have some'very special prices to offer .you in our Dry Goods and Boot and Shoe Department. Compare these prices with those you pay elsewhere. Qvershoes MEN'S THREE-BUCKLE OVER- Art SHOES-Per pair........ MEN'S TWO-BUCKLE OVER- t\f\ SHOES--pep pair................. 4>C�UU MEN'S ONE-BUCKLE OVER- C-1 Eft SHOES-per pair .....9 I iW BOYS' ONE-BUCKLE OVERSHOES I �OU . CHILDREN'S TWO-BUCKLE OVER- flj 4 �fl HOES; sizes 6 to 10, .per pair ...... 9 I uC\3 Underwear We have some extra good values in Underwear for Men,: Wdmenand Children. MEN'S RUBBERS with cloth top. Per pair......................... MEN'S STORM RUBBERS QAn Per pair........................... &\9\0 MEN'S LOW RUBBERS "7S\g% Per pair........................... � Uli. MEN'S LOW RUBBERS made to fit a large assortment of Ladies' arid Child row's coats and Ladle's' skirts, which we are closing out at a discount of 25%. SPECIAL ATTENTION , TO PHONE ' ORDERS aS*1 Monies & Beniett GENERAL MERCHANTS ' Phone 1356 52G-13th St. oifcli PROMPT DELIVERY. TO. ALL PARTS OF" THE CITY  EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 IS__> Do you fear the winter chill, Deeps of snow upon the hill? 'Tis a mantle, kind and warm, Shielding tender shoots from harm. -Paul Laurence Dunbar.  *  "And O, how bright the winter night, When stars their watch are keeping; While countless myriads gem the sky, Orion waves his sword on high, And through the night So still and bright, He wakes while all arc sleeping."  > 9 Hostesses on "Monday : Mrs. W. .S. Galbraiih. mm* Mr. W. S. Ball went to Pincnier Creek this morning.  * * Mr. It. D. Fleming spent New Year's with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott, of Calgary.   * Mr. H. T. Hendersou left this morning for Spokane. He expects to be away about a week.  * * Miss Clarke, of Calgary, wiio has been visiting during the holiday season with her brother, Mr. H. G. Clarke, and Mrs. Clarke, returned home this afternoon,  �  Mr. and Mrs. C. Arthur Curtis, who were honor guests of a dinner party given by Mrs. .T. Morgan, on Tuesday evening, have returned to their home in Edmonton. They were guests during the holidays with Dr. and Mrs. Rivers, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Morgan.    Mr. and Mrs. Bourke, who were guests of Mrs. Bourke's parents, M. and lime, Coupez, for over Christmas, returned to their home in Lethbridge 5ast night.-Edmonton Journal. �  � Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Moe returned yesterday afternoon from their honeymoon trip to the coast and will take up their residence at 520 Fifth street South.  �  Miss Ida Fyfe.lctl: this morning for her home in Regina, after spending a two weeks' vacation with her brother. Mr. and Mrs. James Wail work left this morning, via Salt L.ake, for a three months' trip through Southern California. They will visit in Portland Seattle and Vancouver, before returri- The Daughters and Maids of England held a pleasant social evening at. the home of Mrs. Gillespie last night. Three tablejj of whist wer in play, and at the ^conclusion of the game, dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. >   The Auditorium club dauce, which was held in the K. of P. hall last evening, was marked by great success. One hundred and fifty guests tripped the light fantastic to music discoursed by three pieces of Gaskell's orchestra. An 'inviting supper menu was served at half:time. The committee in charge included Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Bryans, Mrs. Sinclair; Mrs.^Reid and Mrs. Cudoba. Miss Wood, of Spokane, who is with Dr. and Mrs. C. F. P. Cony- beare, Riverview, returns home on Monday morning. � *  Mrs. W. H. Harris returns this evening from .a holiday trip to Victoria. * * a. Miss Greenwood, of Edmonton,, who has been staying with Mrs. J. Duti; returned home this afternoon. * � � Mr. Hogg, of Edn?onton, who was groomsman at the Fisher-Conybeare wedding, and Mr. Alexander, of Fer-nie, who was a guest in attendance, have returned home. Miss McCrimmon will arrive home tomorrow from a holiday trip to Ashcroft, B. C. � � � Miss Katharine Dunne returns from a visit to Calgary tomorrow. Miss Dora Rogers and Mr. Clarence Rogers enterta'ned at a little dinner and theatre party last evening in courtesy to Miss Conybeare, Miss Niblock, and Miss Wood, the maid of honor and bridesmaids of the Flsher-Cotiybeare nuptials. Dinner was served at the Alexandra, after which the party r.n'oycd the play at . the Morris Theatre. � �  Miss Bonnell was hostess of a five hundred last .evening, when crimson and pink carnations lent a fragrant touch of color. Four tables were in play, and choice viands were served, after which dancing was enjoyed. Those present v/ere> Miss Gladys Cronkite, Miss Roxie Armstrong, Miss Hyssop, Miss Lafferty, Miss Brodle, Miss Cascaden, and Messrs. Aird, Cook, Parks, Long,' Gerrard, Thompson, Slip and Cascadeu. � �  Miss Clarke, of Calgary, who has been a house guest with Mrs. H. G; Clarke, was tho raison d'etre of a smart five hundred given by her hostess yesterday afternoon. The drawing ?oom was done In crimson carnations, and the dining room in white chrysanthemums. Three tables were made up, the pretty prizes being won by Mrs. I. Hooper and Mrs. Jackson. Those bidden were: iWrs. I. Hooper, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Arnold Rawortb, Mrs. Jack, Mrs. Gibbons, Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, Mrs. A. R. McGuire, Mrs. Lyle, Mrs. T. R. Davidson, Mrs. F. ,!. Cumming, Mrs. K. A. Stoltze and Miss Donald. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The W. (\ T. U. have made arrangements for announcement to be made from the pulpits tomorrow regarding their one dollar campaign, which will he .started Mondav, Jan. 6.   * The Act Needle-work club will meet on Mondav afternoon with Mrs. J. 13. Ross, 306 Seventh Ave., A.   * The program for the meetings of the ministerial association has been arranged as follows : .Inn. (i-Rev. A. C. Bryan. Subject, "The minister and his life among; men." Feb. 3-Rev. Canon Murrell-Wright March 3-Rev.- A. C. Watson. Subject, "The religion of the unchurched." ! April 7-Rev. .1. B. Pickle. Sub-1 ject, "A Christian Union." May 5--Rev, Canon McMillcn. Subject,- "Early Christian heresies with special reference to Arianism" �  * The Ladies' Aid of Wesley Church will hold their first meeting in 1913 on Wednesday afternoon, when a full attendance is urged.    Notices have been issued for the regular meeting of Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, Order of the Eastern Star, en Tuesday next, at 8 o'clock, at the Masonic Temple. The officers for the Men's Pants An Extra Pair of Trousers is a Good Investment We liftvp a splendid assortment in Men-? Pants, in all the best materials, fine quality worsteds and smart tweeds, all imported cloths, and with the heat of materials are combined perfect fit with the best of workmanship. We guarantee you complete satisfaction. Sizes from, 32 -to Per Z?** TnSe. -from................... $1*25 t0 $7.50 Also brown and fawn corduroys, per pair ...........,. Carr's Mackinaws, all sizes; per pair $4.00 $3.75 4 The Hudson's Bay Go. A BEAUTIFUL EVENING GOWN The distinguishing feature of this gracefuf evening gown Is the method of trimming'the long train. In sharp contrast to the dull powder b'lue-''of the velvet of whioh the dress ia fashioned stands out the ermine edge with Which the Inside of the train Is bordered. The full sleeves are 'attached to broad bands of jewel 'embroidered'tulle, whi'ch-'are crossed over: the corsage and back.. The , sleeves 1 are .short and. somewhat wide, the ermine edge here being. , cdrh'pietely visible. SPASMODIC CROW*' ASTHMA COUGHS BRONCHITIS CATARRH C0LCS ESTABLJSHBP 1879 A BlmpiCi BOTo an bron-chliil trouble., avoMlntftlryfis. VaptoriwU Crcwlena stops tha p^rbxysms of \yhoopih0 Coughand rellarcs ^ 8ft39inoiifa Croup atdqe..' It is * BOON to sufferer. from'Aslh'nia,. TbculrbarrylngtbQanttBcptlcvnpoi', Inspired VflUi every .breath; main* brcatMim cny i seothea tho Mrs throat �od stop, tho couth, assuring rpstful- nlcl.ts. It U-Mnvalu>ble to mother, with young children., Send pouUl far descriptive booklet. : AiVoRUaoisTs. Try CnLB8ni.RNR AomSRPTf 3. JTHHOAT TABtBra'�Mht irritated tliront.,.,Thoyi.�r� untweetlc Of yoqr drurast or from us, JU9.Jn�t�n|ps. Vnpd �res4ene Po. '^jE�rtl�#|k,K.V. Leemliid MllotfBulltilng MontroaV#>�. s" ensuing year will .be. instaJled, and at the conclusion of chapter business an oyster supper will'be served. � * � The Mathesis club will meet on Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. T. R. Davidson, when they will commence the Btudy of '.'King Lear." .'*� . '  Au important meeting of fahe workers of the Home Department of Wesley Church is called for 3.30 on- Monday afternoon in the church parlor. A full attendance is earnestly requested. e �  The "Wesley EpwortU League will meet at the church on Monday evening at a quarter to eight, and proceed in a body to attend the young people's rally in Knox Church.  �  In place of the regular meeting of the A. Y. P. A. of St. Cyprian's Ohurch on Monday evening, January fi, all members are requested to attend the young people's rally in Knox Church, at eight o'clock. V � * The Presbyterial of the Women's Home Missionary Society of Knox Church, will meet on Thursday next. Sessions will be held morning and afternoon, and a public meeting in the evening. � �  The Young Men's Bible Class of Wesley (Church are requested to turn out in full force for the class session on Sunday afternoon. Matters of importance are coming up for consideration. - I0 ROUTE TRAINS BY N.P. G. N. CROSS-CONTINENT TRAINS HARD HIT BY THE MOUNTAIN STORMS Seattle, Jan. 4.-Saowslidss in the mountains- resulting- from- Thursday's' rains  and warm weather interfered with train operations a^ain yesterday and tied "up" the G.$i. transcontinental line to such an extent' that trains are routed between Seattle and Spokane over the N. F, B. R.. tracks. The -Chicago, Milwaukee and' Pu'get. Sound and the N. P. R. are getting their trains through without serious delay. At Northern Pacific offices' it was said- that . colder weather : iji the mountains had stopped the,, thaw which was flooding streams- and causing slides. No serious flood trouble: has heen experienced by any of ,thc railroads. Three feet of snow fell in the mountains yesterday swid it is still snowing at the summit late tonight. ATTEMPTED JAIL PAL OF YEGGMAN ' TRIED TO BLOW UP WALLS-TWO OFFICERS SHOT Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Jaji, A.-Officer Charles Glllln Is daad, ai}d D^tactlve John Wood, slightly wounded, as the result of an attemstfad jail delivery at Marcon, at 3.80 this morning. An outside pal of Harvey Inse, yeggr--man, charged with nunterous-bank rob belles,, attempted to iblow up the county' jail', hut the two explosions failed-' to make''a hole Ja^ge enough for; a man to er'awl through. When thel officers entered th� -jail with drawn 'revolvers; Lee, whp hud aome-hbwrpoured a .revolver, pp^tied fire, shootiiig Glllln through the breast, and slightly wounding Detective J. Wood. No one .-escaped.^,' ICE CREAM On Saturdays at" The Brown Betty Tea Room i the Sign of The Tea Pot (Upstairs) Across from Robertson's Book Store Silver forServkc When purchasing silver' yon are sure of dependability and boauty it it is 847 ROutRS BROS. This brand, known at "SilperTlate that Warn" assures long service because it is the heaviest silver plate. Look for the trademark.^ 'S�mW Leaigiaq Peatcws ID WITH FULL FUNERAL OF LATE T. M. EVANS . SUNDAY AFTERNOON-TWO. PUBLIC SERVICES The burial of the. late Thomas NI. Evans. Suudiay afternoon will be wHiji full Masotnio .honors. The fcrgthreu oS' North Star No. i will meet at the lodge room at 1 o'clock when a memorial service will he iheld to,.' which the .public are invited. After the service' the .brethren Mil form iti; line and march to the borne and t^---company t>ie body to St. Augustiftljpv church, w*ere the obaequtes; will' fop* in charge . of Rev. Canon .jlurrelili-Wright. t+he Masons will officiate' at the grave., The service at *** ^hujWbj starts at 2 o'ctock. 22. LOST THEIR tlVES New.port News, Wi''vi;,'jlau. 4.-^-, Eight: Biirvi^ors, of itiw>t Bfcfeaiaer Julia Lruckenbiach^ rastmxid : aod #ualc. in Chesapeatee Beiy.-yesterday, by the British trajnp. steamer. ilfltir�k*ula; arrived herei, today, and told how twenty two of theilr numneir had gone flown without actamee for life. The fortunate; eigik, : after a ^iiK-hour" iba*tl� with, the. g4\e,wb4caj ewept the eoa�t, were �ta;^en ,fronn the riggtag pi th�4r sunken shlp^ by the. Danish steamer Pennsylvania, and brought h*M�. ft is on i Top Time I Supreme above �U osiers in quality - raised by ment alone to (hat proud emitj;-'�sMce^^/ftxtt^i-: Best , Baking Powd^isuhtfotin, fresh-it .Jm^ ;