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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January 14,1013 SAY, "I WANT BLUE RIBBON TEA" ^^^^^^^^ Mention the name when you buy tea. Otherwise there Is a chance that you may not get Blue Ribbon, which is guaranteed superior to other Tea. If you are not fully satisfied with it you merely have to return the packet to your grocer and we authorize him to refund your money at once. LAST FIRE STARTED Advocates Commission Rule for Cities and the Taxation of Incomes Trenton, N. J., Jan. 14.-President Elect Woodrow Wilson, in his capacity of governor of New Jersey, seiit his second annual-speech to the legislature which convened today. It is his last formal appeal to the legislature for the completion of the program of progressive legislation for which he declared himself when he took office. Foremost among the laws advocated are a radical revision of the statutes governing corpora' tions, and better laws in the matter of drawing juries. The governor re- ! commends the commission form of government for cities, and speaks strongly in favor of economics in the state administration. j In conclusion ,he expresses the hope . that New Jersey will ratify the constitutional amendments providing for | a tax on incomes, and the election of ' United States senators, by direct vote of the people. The governor's mes- 1 sage was written while the presidentelect was in Bermuda, and constitutes hin only political writing since election. With the hope that New Jersey shall never again be called "The mother of trusts" the message is addressed to a legislature that is for the first time in his administration democratic in both branches. Crew and Passengers of Car-thagenian Had Eventful Trip on Atlantic St. John's, Nfld., Jan. 14.-A narrow escape from destruction by fire and severe experience^ by. passengers and crew were reported by the Allan line steamer Carthagenian which arrived here from Liverpool. The steamer left Liverpool Dec. 28 for 'St. "John's, Halifax, N. S., and Philadelphia. Captain McKillop said that when she was three" days out .her cargo caught fire in some unexpected manner. The flames spread so rapidly that it was necessary to pump an enormous amount. of water into ' the vessel to drown them out with. The fire was finally extinguished but the water was kneo deep in the lower deck. It is estimated that repairs to the vessel will cost $10,000. A large part of general cargo was damaged. TIME EXTENDED . OWNERS REQUEST New York, Jan. .14.-The time limit for filing suits for damage growing out of the disaster to the steamer Titanic was extended today by Federal Judge Hand to Feb. 11. Under a previous ruling today was the last day on which claimants could file their actions. The extension of time was granted at the request of the Ocean Steam Navigation Company, Limited, owners of the stealer Titanic, which was successful in proceedings to limit the liabilities to approximately $06,000, the amount of passage money plus a meagre salvage. DINNER! 1 -the easy answer, the tasty answer, the economical answer-an easy dish of select Atlantic fish. Wholesome, nourishing. No bones, every bite a glad one. And that bracy ocean flavor I It coiti' finis an eager appetite. Simple recipes with' package. Ask your dealer for "HALIFAX** and "ACADIA" CQDFISK PEOPLE PLEASED HAVE TWQ STREET CARS NOW FOR ONE UNDER PREVIOUS SCHEDULE Residents of the Duff Addition are highly pleased with the 'cjjange In the street oar schedule, which 'went into effect only a couple of days ago. Hereafter, they will be able to board a car every mine minutes, instead of waiting for eighteen minutes as form-erly. Belt line cars.afe now oh a nine minute service.' Tlfey jjaSB at the corner of Sixth avenue and Thirteenth street, and again at ihe^ corner of Third avenue and Fifth street. This is the same schedule as -was in force when the service was inaugurated. With this schedule In force, passengers will be able to transfer to the red' line, routed either way at the corns? of Sixth avenue and Thirteenth street and to the blue line at thc; corner of Third avenue and Fifth street. The trouble at ,the power ftouse, which haB resulted from the use of the new turbo-generator has now been overcome, and within a fe'w days the current will not be intermittent as has been the case during the past week. NAVAL DEBATE RESUMED TODAY Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 14.-An interested spectator when-the house opened this afternoon was Miss Violet Asquith, daughter of Premier As-quith of Great Britain. She is very moich interested in the navy question and in all political subjects, and when Lady Aberdeen left for Toronto last night decided to remain over to see' the Canadian House in action. She is the guest, while in the city, of Sir Wilfrid and Lady Lauriet. She .will have a front seat in/ the speaker's gallery this afternoon- Hugh Guthrie will be the. first Libepal speaker on the navy question and the first Conservative speaker will be W-S. ^iddlesbprough. A Liberal caucus will be" hpid' shortly to' deoide on wljiich action to take towards the navy question and whether :to force obstruction w'ltii a view'to compelling an election. . DUCHESS ppING NICELY Montreal, Jan. 14.-The Duchess of Connaught continues to progress sat-isfactorlly. THE LETHBRIIItJE DAILY HERALD -=g,,.. ---� � yjesai! . ',: � -jji----------� --_i-j------1 Fajyc 0 Mil ADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 Res. 1115 Nor knowest thou what argument thy life to thy neighbor's creed has Isnt,- EmeTson.    You cannot believe in honor until you have achieved it. Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world.-George Bernard Shaw.  � ' Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. G. R. Tinning.    Not receiving tomorrow: Mrs. J. O. Wilson, nor again until after Easter.   � Miss Conybeare returned this afternoon to Toronto to resume her studies at the Conservatory of Music. � �  �Miss Lucy Way leaves on Friday for Vancouver, where she has secured a position.   � t| . Mis. J. W. Bartlett is expected home at the end of the week from a short visit in Winnipeg.  * * Invitations will be Issued this evening for another of the popular dances of the Auditorium Club, which will b held in the K. of P. hall on Monday evening next.  * �'�'� Teddy West and Percy and Layton Irwin returned yesterday afternoon to resume their studies at Bishop Pink-ham College, Calgary, after spending the Christmas vacation at their homes here.    Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Holt delightfully entertained a number of their young friends last evening, at their home on Seventh street A South. Whist was the chosen game, four tables being in play. Mrs. Walter T. Holt carried off the pretty trophy, while the consolation went to Mr. Torrence. Inviting viands were served by the hostess, and ,Mlss Constance Holt and Mr. A W. Holt pleased the guests with vocal selections. The guests included Alderman and Mrs. Lovering, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wodell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford, Miss Thompson, the Misses Glazier, Mr. Ivan Glazier,-Mr. Woods and other;-.    The pretty home of Mrs. Carl Morse hn Nc-rah street; was filSed with friends yesterday afternoon, who called to welcome her formally to Fort William, and to wish for her a very happy first year in her own home. The pretty bride, yearing a gown of pale pink and mauve ninon de sole, with fichu of lace embroidered-with brilliants, met the good wishes of her friends more than halt way by expressing pleasure at coming to live In Fort William, where there is already a happy coterie of former residents of Winnipeg. Mrs. Bulling, who received with her daughter, wore a handsome gown of chiffon velvet in a soft shade of blue. Daffodils were artistically arranged on the tea table where Mrs. C. W. Jarvis poured coffee, and Mrs. Malcolmn Cochrane poured tea, while Mrs. Seymour Hunt, of Port Arthur, handed refreshments to the throng of guests.-Fort William Herald. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Protbeon sewing club will meet this evening at the home of the. Misses Lingard, 505 Fourteenth street" South. e � * The Ladies' Aid Society of the First Baptist Church will meet at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon, w}th Mrs. Gflmore, 406 Fifteenth street. An especially large attendance is desired at the meeting of the Epworth League of Westminster Church, which will be held this evening. ' Mrs. J. H. Rivers, Mrs. Hufner and Mrs. Hicks will be hostesses at the meeting of the Wesley Ladles' Aid' tomorrow. * �  a The A. D. C. class of Westminster Church will meet on Wednesday evening with Mrs. W. Byron, 1813 Fifth; avenue North, at seven-thirty for the-regular monthly meeting.' After the business is disposed of, a social time wlli be in order. �   The Young Ladies' Guild of the Fifth avenue Baptist Church, will meet this evening at the home of Mrs, B. Little, 124 Nineteenth street North, instead of in the church, at Beven-thlrty. All members are urged to attend. � * � Some thirty members thoroughly enjoyed the social evening of the A. Yi P. A. of St. Cyprian's Church last evening. Each member came representing a book, the name of which was gueBsed by those present, affording no little interest and amusement. Dainty refreshments were served, and a genera! good time spent.' '1 "; " .' '.....� l :�'' '�' , /, The annual meeting of the Guild- of Sti Mary's Church was hel^�e|&^a� afternoon in-the church,-with a'tjfclen- Shiloh The family remedy for: Court* �pd C�d� "shiloh coiti oo little and dw� *q,mysatf did attendance. The main feature of the meeting was the election of officers for the ensuing year, which resulted as follows: �President. Mrs. W. Mathews; vice-president, Mrs. Stevenson; secretary, Mrs. Turner; treasurer, Mrs. C. R. Mathews.    The choir of Westminster Church will meet for rehearsal on Thursday night, at the close of the prayer meeting; instead of on Friday night.  .   The Optimus club of Westminster Church met at the parsonage for the transaction of business. Miss Garrison, was elected vice-president to succeed Miss Townes, who 1b leaving the city. A social time was enjoyed at the close of the evening, when guessing contests were in order. Dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Wobdsworth, who was assisted by Miss Butler.    The monthly meeting of the executive of the Lethbridge District of the Alberta Sunday" school accociation will be held at the home of the president, Mr. J. D. Higinbotham, 620 Twelfth street South, on Friday, January 17, at 8 p.m. The executive for 1913 is composed as follows: President, Mr. J. D. Higinbotham. Vice-President-Mr. 3. H. Tabor. Secretary-Walter Jordan. Recording-Secretary-Mrs. C. E. Brandow. Treasurer-Mr. John Torrance. Department Superintendents-Elementary, Mrs. Walter Jordan; secondary, Rev. Mr. Pickle; adult Bible Class; Mr. R. W. Guess, Magrath; home department, Mrs. O. E. Tait; teacher training, Mr. T. W. Quayle; missionary department, Mr. M. K. Kaake; temperance department, Mrs. Slorks.    The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Relief society was held at the Nursing Mission on .January 13. As  very few of the members were present it was decided to hold a special meeting 0n January 18th at 3:30 o'clock, for the purpose of making arrangements for the annual ball, to tjbke place, if possible, before Lent. The following is the monthly report. Number of patients attended .... 29 Calls-professional ................. 102 Calls-friendly ....................... 171 Calls-business and investigation 28 Total .....f............................ 301 Hours spent at school....... ....... 18 We gratefully acknowledge the following donations : Clothing-Mesdames Gordon, McKillop and H. D. Williamson. Blankets-Major Burnett. ' Flour-Mr. John Taylor. Crumb tray and brush-Mrs. Bowman. Distributions . Clothing has been given to four families. Medicine supplied for two women. Fruit given to one woman. Flowers given to one woman. Toys given to five children. The nurses' registry has had three calls for nurses, all of which were supplied. Christmas Work-1912 For Christmas .entertainment this year, the object of the Mission was to provide dinners in the homes of the needy, so the whole familv could enjoy the day together. Nino families, including 46 people, were given a good Christmas dinner, and each qhild. received a Christmas stocking, from the Sick-room Sunbeams, filled with all the things that delight the hearts of children. New clothing was given to three children* probably the only new things they have had for a long while. The gratitude and delight expressed by the. recipients of this Christmas cheer would gladden tjfe hearts of those who have so kindly assisted us with the following donation? : Fruit and nuts-Mrs. W. D. L. Har-die. Apples-Plunkett and Savage. Canned fruits-Mrs. G. W. Robinson and Mrs. Lethbridge. Canned peas-Mrs.'C. F. P. Conybeare. Turkey -r Secondary Bible class, Knox church. Candy-nVTaster George Robinson.  Cake-Mfs. Roberts. Toys-Mrs. Colpman and the Hudson's Bay Co. Flowers-Mr. Terrill. We are especially grateful for the money which has been given us, as frdm this fund we will be able to supply the needs of many through the winter months. From the Methodist Sunday school (Wesley) $34.4,0, and cheques for $25 and $15 from.two fraternal societies; also $10 froim Mr. W. A. Buchanan. We appreciate very much the assistance, given us by Mr. Harold Henderson, in delivering the Christmas bpses iu..trHQ,Santa Claus.style from his' aufojnobile. ; ' v ^opfeyei|C(B Re 1 ||h & General Sup't Price, Supt. Cameron and Engineer" Brooks, of the 0. P. R.', �are In conference with the'iCity Council'this afternoon, In connection with tbe Thirteenth street crossing. Each was apparently trying tor force the Qfcb,er to make the initial proposition. Hudson's Bay Annual January Sale News Only Four Days More And the Opportunities Here Presented Will Have Passed Beyond Your Reach Tomorrow is Pay-day for all C. P. R. employees and we know of no better way to realize the fullest amount of value possible for your money than by investing in some of these truly remarkable values we are offering, no matter if you are not in immediate need of the goods, you will need them and by buying now you are enabled to realize from 50 to 100 per cent interest on your outlay. We can only enumerate a few of the good buys-many equally good ones waiting you at this Store. $3.50 Men's Winter Underwear The world famed Wolsley, pure wool unshrinkable Underwear; regular $5.00 per suit, for per suit ..,......... Stanfield's heavy ribbed wool unshrinkable- underwear, sold everywhere at $2.50 per suit ��H �JC Sale price .............. I �%JU Men's natural wool winter weight, ribbed and unshrinkable combinations Sizes 34 to 44; regular $2.75 for............. Men's Fleece Linod Underwear, heavy weight and in all sizes QP. Per s'uit.....................OOU $2.25 Your Opportunity to Buy Skirts at Half-Price Fifty only Ladies' Tailor-made Skirts, in tweeds, serges, Panamas, Venetians, etc, in black, brown, green, navy and eyery wanted shade; all excellent wearing qualities and are both well and correctly made; a few in the ordinary or low waist band, the majority in the correct high waist effect; every size waist and every length are here for your acceptance-regular prices up to ?G.00. fij^ QR All in at one price ..........................9hiVV Ladies' Tailored Dresses $2.00 Serges and Panamas of pure wool in black, navy, brown and tan, fashioned into smart and serviceable dresses-complete range of sizes in lines that were formerly up to $10.00- �(? At% reduced to ......9vi*lv Our better lines in serges and panamas, including every novelty shade of the season and some very handsomely trimmed with lace and English heavy embroidery collars, others silk trimmed-regular prices up to $18.00 for......... $9.50 Wilton and Brussels Rugs  Brussels Rugs In splendid wearing qualities, rich shadings of green interwoven wtih conventional and Oriental designs; colors that will harmonize with every modern style of interior. Sizes 9x9 ft., were $17.50-now..................$13.50 Sizes 9 x 10% ft. were $21.00-now............... $14.95 Sizes 9 x 12 ft, were $27.50-now..................$15.95 Wliton Rugs v There is nothing The Imperial Bank had marked bath cheques for seven and eight dollars.. Chambers opened an account in the Imperial with $300, and yesterday closed it, withdrawing tjje balance. The banks, were warned in December to look puf'fpr a man named "Barlow," but he 'was cute enough to adopt a new name here. Barlow ojperated in Moose Jaw and Reglna. SCARLET FEVER E Mcelroy family near diamond city are in REAl'sAD state Malignant scarlet fever has been working sad havoc in the home of a well known and respected' farmer namr ed McElroy, who lives three miles north,of Diamond City. M.r. J^cEiroy had a family of seven children. Five were stricken with the' terrible disease! Three died, two last nlgnt-and pne5 the day previous. The eldest child is convalescing from an attack, while the tj&eery.ej^-ojd^.injB^liet , .'o!-thc'fabiity today ttds' '^et^owuy- 'ill.  it is difficult to sayjusti how the dread disease fastened itself on-the McBlroy family, and the medical men are'unable to tracq its origin. It is bo-, lieved,- however, that the disease can be very much exaggerated, through, relaxing the quarantine, regulations. Incases of scarlet fever in its mildest form it is'of the utmost imPorV ance to at once notify the medical practitioner1 in order that carefu^ measures shall be taken to prevent the malady'spreading. - �, Cf. p.'Arc/.'of :i)iaroond City,'" who-has charge of the McElroy case7 urges the necessity of observing ' the' utmost caution in reporting scarlet fever cases. / maud HOBSON dead London, Jan. 13.^Maud Hobson, th^ first .Gaiety Girl, is 'dead. Her real name was. Jeannie Mans'on. She was an Australian, and the niece of John Hollingshead. Slue created the title role of "The Gaiety Girl,"-With which production she toured America/ Miss Hobson . married Captain Haley, of .the British Army, with whom she went to Honolulu, where her husiband became pre? miierof the Hawaiian King Kalakaua,'. and she was appointed, the maid of honor to Queen Liliuokalani. Aftefl.. the death of liar husband, she.rejoin^ ed the English stage. Silver Spoons knives, forks arid serving pieces, in, .many exq.u> .-!�* oeslgns;-: are-' stamped,:. _ This bftnd is known as', . \. andi8taado]n'tn9h.�vle8t3;5fo%ri 1 grade. ntfp,hW f>a^#-# \t| 2 40 ;