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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, June. 16, THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 SUITS and COATS Going' at One-Third i to One-Half less than regular in'lccs. All other ready to wear garments on sale. ALL AROUND SHOP III W You can buy to better advantage, gal better nirvlce, and with greater comfort by escaping the heat of the afternoon, 1 EXCEPTIONAL SAVING PROPOSITION Throughout Every Department of tv.e store EVERTHINCi REDUCED YOU SAVE ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY. NOTHi.-JG RESERVED Yojr choice of the stock of Dry-Goods, shown In any store ln_Southern Alberta at bordering Ort manufacturer's cost. 00 YOt BUYING HIV! And get best choice of the extraor- 'dfnary bargains' on sale- ft our biggest clean-up szle of the 'and lines aeld out will r.ct be dupll- 1 cated. AROUMD Lines Included Are: ALL DRESS GOODS AND SILKS, GLOVES AND HOS- IERY, CORSETS AND UNDER. WEAR, WAISTS AND WHITE- WEAR, STAPLES AND WASH GOODS, MILLINERY AND READY TO WEAR. ALL AROUMD GREATLY PLEASED. THE CROWD IN CALGARY. AND HAD MANY SYMPATHIZERS PAPERS DISCUSS WHETHER ENG- LISH PEOPLE ARE SOCI- ABLE OR NOT the largest gathering tte Canadian club ot Cal- gary has .ever held, Henri Ifourassa, the Nationalists' leader from Quebec, on Saturday gave an exposition- ot his position in Canadian and Imper- ial politics. Contrary to all expecta- tions and forecasts, ilr. Boutassa lad not n-.ercly a respectful heirinj, hut ho was warmly received, and his telling periods were V applauded. Spe gary lor the first, time, that there weie many ri" witli hiw viewpoint. Helcrnng in humorous style lo the sc.indal caused among .the devoted Imperialists, who held up their hands in horror at the thought that Bour- assa, the rebel, should speak in Cal- gary, iir- UourAssa said it was at times a goo's thing to bear tho other fellow'had to say, while he would be lacking in every quality ot manliness i( lit did not say in Cal- 'Eary' what.he said In. his home prov- ince. _ "ll.c1 his spee'cb lolloWj cd two thoughts.' There sho'Jld be no cunlrilutioajtojmpcrial defence with- out a in politics and the forefga office ol-the empire. Can- non should, .develop her OWE nationality Cinailian' line's.'- So not really be eipectcd to' hart- the. regard for England that' had.'aaj all that could Vcjaskcd'of them, was to be good and iloyal Canadians: Englaniters and'.Scbts ttv the same time sho'Jld-bemindlul oPtbc fact that even in a humble way1 a{ home they had their say in Imperial poll- tics. Or.cc in Canada they, were no longer but colonials, and had no more to'say. Tho old itotto should be kept- up, '.'Once a- British suhjcct, always a British nnd "wherever a British subject, at ways a British London, Jane England un- soclabje The question, arises .out ol an experience -which befell..the Itight Hou. Thomas JlacKeniie. com- ID'ITED fHONH Dr. Guy and Miss Sanderson} of. himself-and' and Ms father and Macleod, motored to-Lethbridge, .yes: jnptMr, ___ tcrday and spent the day as.guests of Dr. and Mrs. Gibson. T. S. Fetidly called Calgary missioner for New- Southland, when cmimuei serious illness ho visited England twenty-four year's' ago. Mr. Mackenzie, as lie related a lew days ago, CABINET FOfCj ELLIS Ottawa, June Keening Proo-Preaa; J. A. Kills, Mas or ot Ottawa, ani'if.P.P. for Ottawa 19 likely lo hh.taken inlo-tho. On tarlo Cabinet of Slr.Jamej Whitney a nn early date.- "It is no I the Freo Press, "that.at first ho trill hold seal therein' without portfolio, thus taking tbo place- o! lloa.'-.li D, Lucas, IB provincial People art Beginning to Rollz That Picture! are Beit In the Bijou The Chains of an Oath NEXT WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 1 receives seven invitations a single night. i Chtonicle p'Jblishes a umber of replies to the inquiry, 'Are Englishmen Hev. T. P. Perry preaches his; lire- well sermons in Wesley chuichVcext Sunday.. The wedding of Mr. Faunch and Miss Margaret' Dttling- _ Prince.'Xrthur pi tfcin'augnt, was a "guest at a dinner ot Col.- iid Mrs. Ceo HolJswortL at theirNjesidfnce iu. Stanhope i AiLondon cable follow ing stpryiMt is Queen Mary's.sympathies are'aot all with the suffragettes, and .in this lies the ftiplanatio'n of wfa'y at tbe'last three courts'the ladies making courtesies heto'fe the throne were kept at three times tie usual distance from the King and Queen. Humors reached the palace that some me.iubers of the court circles with siiKfagette tenden- cies would try to present a petitiM lest society of London our Ameri- :an cousins have hitherto had a far 'aimer ivclcome than, our brothers rom the A can beairy lonaire and'Qaeen Mary at the last momenl altered the regulations and kept -everybody at a distance. Suffraglstn I has already invaded Wir.dsor castle Miss Barassin, oi the Herald kaR, Several ladies living there are warm while In Edmonton nt the Press advocates of sultragism and by or vention, was a' guest of 5tr> aud.der ol tte Qseen, on? was recentl) wd M -R Jenninc Mrs. M. R. stopped at the gate and not allowed ri Princess Patricia of Connaticht has ish society in for ila'coun-1 consented to give, her name .to a'farm HAD SMALL IMPROMPTU PROCES- SION AND "SPOKE FROM CIT.Y HALL Ilalilax, June Bor- den, accompanied :oy -Hon. -'Frank Cocliranc, minister ot railways; acd F. D. Outcliui.'gKwjjf manager fjr the jallfvay, arrived here Saturday nlgnlj .Blight, tho members of the' board, of control and representatives of Con- servative organization the tlicV The premier and MB t party''.were vcnor uu iui> -j-.-- to bo Inown as the Princess Patricia hersel.l a suOragette sh sympaftiizcd with all the sudra gettcs. She did not quite agree wit tarm. t The Misses Holmes who been visiting with their slater, Mrs.' Van- dewaler, li'ill Block, left thia roorn- InE for their home In Illinois. i Miss Dlick, of tbo cUy.hilllEtaff, left this afternoon'for Oat her old home. She not return to Lclhbridse. Sir T. Eardey Wllraol la in the cllj from his Nelson ranch, Inspecting hts Ucttibrldge Dr. J. If. Duncan of AI (or ado and Mrs. Duncan spent Ilia week-end In cny. breathes tno op- llnlsm which him grasped the people of Lrfthbrldge this iprlng. l, Mrs. Jos. r. Tracy and two little girls arrived in the city on Stlurday to join Mr. Tracy and lake up, their escorted (n two "here." They" com'- hands; several-, pieces .pi. nrc appara- fortaWe installed In their new''home the policy ot file and The authorities at the destruction castle greatly worried over how to cop1 ffith tho situation. t A London cable says The King said to value more than any othe gilt paid to him on his birthday las week, the- elaborately embroiderer smoking jacket with the royal arm in bright colors oa the breast poek et. Tlie thing is the work o the King1 Mary 's only daughtel, Princes (us and a' dozen, city hall, where a hr.Jct was s jif, flu on ]2lh st 8. held, lollo Queen Mary continues to prosecu her campaign against gamblU among society aomeu, and demo strafed her determination this vtt to stamp it out In her Itnmedia entourage. It seems that the Quetn secoad dresser, Miss Adelaide Cha dler, lost 1125, by' 'netting durin Uerby In order to pay tb ___ ___ ____.Miss Chandler sold a collection remainder of of members ol thft ro so toon as the al family which included those of t J. llowcrt by.an ,or (Juten, Qwcn Mother Alexandria ai pteniier. j i qa5cn Of Korway. Miss Selb After nssutmj that without dislif.clion m gaiilcd himself as a tcprescn the whole- people, tie premie: Stylish, Durable, and Extremely Reasonably Priced Wash Dresses IX WONDERFULLY SATISFYING AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION AND APPROVAL-WE'LL BE PLEASED TO SHOW THEM WHETHER YOU WISH TO PURCHASE OR NOT. We arc now receiving daily pcv ex- press sliipmenls of Ladies' Tub Dress- es, direct from York's best mak- ers and we shall deem it a pleasure to be allowed the privilege of showing them to you. Limited space forbids us giving more than a brief description of Ihe im- mense varieties awaiting the critical in- spection of discriminating buyers. Come and see them for yourself, and should you not wish lo purchase, we know you will be interested in view- ing what tho best dressed ladies of the city will wearing during the hot summer months. y- These few hints of the kinds and prices Cord Dresses -----..-----.-.-.v 0 Ratine Dresses, short sleeves and rounded collar Crash Print and Gingham Dresses......-. Jjj "P numerous 'other novelty lines at equally attractive prices. The Hudson's Bay Stores Westminster-church yesterday pro- ZENANA BIBLE AND aled a. vastly improved appearance; aving gone a titivating pre- ss, the results rjf which ate most easing to Itar eye. Those familiar ith it- a weelt-ago; who saw it yes- cday, could hardly believe it to be e same place. The walls and ccil- have been-nicely papered, wood ork varnishedi and the choir and ulpit platform re-carpeted. The oilt aside (rom the papering, was by willing' sorters led by the dies. -ifr. Hans -Jl.atson vefy goner- usly. donated-the varnish. CLUBS AND-SOCIETICI Wfslev Epnorth League will at the church tonight' and rc-ceed to the river hottora to hold picnic. At a.special rattling of the Wo- uen's Civic Club Saturday a request as read twin (ho exhibition dfrec- ors asking the club to tnl'e charge I the women's rest room at rounds during the exhibition. the Til S I Knee ol seven yurs. j. Par-i The Queen bought them back be. of substantfat advp.olice to Halt- fat, Dartmouth, three province! of N'ora Scotli and tae Domfoicn of Cuudt. jb-ItJOO. She then gave tnem back to j Miss Chandler, but tho latter hid i .-J. idies very kindly consented, and clegation appointed for duty each ay. Tie Cranbrook building is being tted'iifj as a rest room. t t The teachers and officers of St. .ndrew's Sunday school Kill meet t tie manse Thursday night and he session will meet at the church 'riday'nighr. Lcthhridgo Vt'illard Union C. T. U. meels in North Lethhridgc Bap 1st church Thursday afternoon and a arge. at tendance, is looked for. An nteresting prograhi'is bting arrang d. At a' meeting of Westminster churcl hoard, resolutions ot appreciation, were ordered sent to jlr. 11. H 3ragg, Dr. J. it. liiiers, and Rei- Jharles Bishop, for kindly assisting in filling the pulpit during the month church has been a pas :or. These gentlemen have renderex excellent service. Mr. and Dr Rivers'officiated tevcral times [he congregation' feels deeply indebt ed to them. The- experiment of doin without a Pastor has been eminent! successful, the church holding it own in department, but al are glid, hoive.vtt, to or.ce agaii have a minister, as thete Is muc pastoral vork only a minister ci to union BetviceS cl Knox nn Lesley churches be tiansferre lo Wesley nest Sunday. Rev. T. P Terry xviti preach neit Sunday th last time as, pastor. The folloivin Sunday Rev. Mr. Toombs, Presbyte1 Ian minister .at Raymond, wi preach. For the first two Sundjy July Hev. Atkin, of an Rev. Bryan, ol St. Andrew's, wi Kor the tblrd Sunday He A. Q. Cameron is expected home ar wtll occupy.the pulpit. For the las Sunday in July the Rev, O. H. Co ulcdlck Is expected, but should he nc Mr. Cameron will preach. The Vouag l.adirt Dibit class o! A 1.. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY T.ko UAXATrvB BBOMO Quinine Druigtata' refund' mincy If it tails to cure. E. ,W, 'QROVB'S sltnaturt ii on each bos. ,1; Rev, J, B., Francis, the mUU- ter tor Wettmlnstei chuidi, will ar- rive oa the ttaia' at} OM o'cloclt loraorroK'. He will be the station by. dtputttioa cf offi- cials 0ounj niarrled worn oi about 18 named Laks'hml. iier hi band was anxious for her to treatment and came feriril see Ur. Landon.'. Hi Is Brtnm clerk, fonJiot airing.hli KsHlsh.'a mtkitic. hi to learn any sho herselt thinks it nds her distinction to be ignorant. It Is a little difficult to try and ach her the Immense importance ot r attitude to Chruri. Then another time a woman. B In thatjjed. She came for a uble which seems fairly Indie, in-growing eyelashes, which IcV the c-yes and cause inflatn'ma- The women who come to us r this always Mem !n the greatest' In and distress, and U must cause cecding discomfort Happily a' all operation on the eyelids en- rely removes the trouble. Sita way very, happily and I think she ami that the real Healer was Christ. Then a woman named Rundra eautlful) came in from a me miles away for treatment which ould talie weeks to be really effeet- Our hearts always sink a li.ttle such cases, for to very Terr sel- im U any woman willing to .give e treatment a fair trial. She waa- [3 Sundra, promise anything at Beginning, but In a few'days "Whea an I go home? I've been here, 'near- a And nothins will oonvlnca- ef that we are .doing all that cau oe done. After a lltlle time Sundra islifed on soing away, not nilly ell. It is of dttficolt'lor hem to be away from home lonjl II rrangemenfa can be for ooking and dolu't for the huvbaad 'and illdren at which is not ahrmyk. oisible. The anxloiis ie wife or the heartleM selfiahcaM busbuii often.dra( kw. nls bait-cured. Meilcal irork yen eUwlr In-' o.the'llres of the you ften discover tragedy. vomea ke Sundra 'are recepUra' to ertnfn point' Slorioi of Ohttet'a' n the of. leld nd -flock'.and .ao on appeal iv.thon trbnaly.'.and tae atorr rvpalna n, their Vmlndt. But-It 4lf- cult'to'ge't an forttMT, or o .ihow .the meaaUof of. the atory, Yet 1'often ttl'nk it It H In .woman's.spiritual' tUe 11 ome having hat God Is'One, Is IVSrlaa; vid LOT ton 9r' their conception gots an4 :hpsts, spirits and con'- uicdjnto juit a oatural. They ar> aotaiata at keart ,-ho bees abwrfcM tte Hinduism vltboat nally efaaBf- ar 1 .could' go on for a loot but must close, here., with kSoixt regards ''luikt'for all belji, Tours St. church will hold an let ciean M4 sirawWriy social on Mr. Km'i 5tl Uth stmt north, cm Jut St. church will hold at let cream aodal In Uoltj- Hall WMfetday wening. There slc a jood >tOgian ot rau- to i much wrong -with Lakai.nl, notil UUt iwwlf, ccmltr ddpwiary the usual way. However, ih< cai into tbe wards for a week or tro a out well. Blnce' then I ha to her bouse to see k cannot read and her htabtorl Ao- can lar vonea to tducatri .EvMgellit at NMlk. Loisflon, of the' reltieaent ot.J. Bruce Iitaay, A. Saaiirtoa, tka Tkf-i InietnatloMl JfaretatUe Co. p. E. Cuiry, ouajer at ton of tae Amtiicaa liae, has ..Wta'1 appointed ot tke'.. Waltfi Star lice it Sontharastov, Mi a rector of the Intrnatmal Mtrcaa-i tile Muiae M ateftonajj. ;