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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tune 19, Ittlj TIKJ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MILADI EOITSB "INO" PHONE! 1224 with its luiy care is Atd 1 at last ai.i free To enter at the Wfu. door ,T11-, i 10 eniti iiv me vi-tn Says Lloyd Leorge and Isaacs Jrsus waits foe me. Were Foully Traduced by Opponents London. June opposition la the house, of commons, Ic determined to press to division Hi voles oi censure on the Brlllsh cabinet, In con- nection with the scandals caused by ministerial transactions ,n .Marconi lhares, according to an announcement mile by the, Kt. Hon. Alfred Lyltelton former secretary ol state for the col- onies in tho Unloulst cabinet, at the resumption of the debate today. !le held tbit the apology made by Attor- nsy-Ueueral Sir Rutus [Esaca yester- dcy was loo much qualified and tbat tiie Imjjimsed cabinet ministers tyid iiol sufflcieutly clothed themselits v.'lth sackcloth. I'rcmler Asquitb. nboso statoment was eagerly availed, as bis attitude was calculated to sway the votes of the Independent Labor members and ot a number o' Liberals, expressed keen regret at the deelelon of the Tor- lea. He said he had Loped that after the speeches of the ministers concern- ed some general agreement would have been reached by the bouEe, but that hope now was shattered. Sir. Asqullc, wio spoke, with dent emotion, he bad nerer risen with greaiflr reluctance to address the house of commons or under a stronger sense of personal responsibility. Ife agreed that tha cabinet ministers would have been, belter edrised to have told the whole story In October during the debate ou the Marconi con- tracts. It would have an TIIOUS amount of time and trouble. At the some time, however, ha did not hesitate to say tbat terns Intro- duced by the opposition wort, not only inadequate, but in Ihe highest-degree ungenerous. Tbo- parliamentary Inquiry bavins prosed that the charges had been con- clusively disproved, It should have put In the forefront of its resolution an explicit rinding that the cabinet min- islers had been foully traduced. He does not chide my long dtlajf, He does not turn from me, I almost l.far His sweet voice weary. one, to Yes. Lord, I'm ot my chains, 1 leigri Would riso to Thee, Weary ol and selfish 0 set my spirit -Anon. Mrs. II. B. McCarly is entertaining 'hours" on Saturday afternoon in connection with the chain teas o! Knoi Ladies' Aid society. c e f Mrs. J. K. Murrel-YYright will at home to members ol the. Wo- man's Auxiliary at the rectory to- morrow afternoon from four to six. Mrs A. C. Watson, who is leading YilLSCN'-'-'ODY A neddiuj; o! more thau ordinary Interest was celebrated IB the Church oi the Holy Family. Kernie, at 7-30 jtsltrda) morning, when JliiJ fo-iy, daughter ol Mr. George Cody, united in marriage with Mr. Stated Wilson, son ol Mr. W. I! Uhon, general manager ol the Crows Sest Pass Coal company, both parlies Wing of and both pop- ular here. Alter the ceremony the invitti guests adjouined to the home ol tb bride and nattcol; ot a sumptcou wedding brtalfast The happr coupl left on Ike "local" train en route to Calgary, Toronto. S'ew York an other points In Kastern Canada, ac compared by the siDcere good wish es ot a very large circle of friends. _ HART-UOODMAS The residence ol Mr. and Mrs. Joh Uoodm-ui, 528 Twelfth St., C N" vas tlie scene ol a happy event eight-thirty last eicning, wbfn the Jlr. Haney Hart. The home wa prettily decorated for Ihe the.teremoay being performed b by Rev. H. E. Oreea in Ihe presen of relatives 'acd friends, whib Mr P. J. Alexander played Mendel sohn's Wedding March. The briile w winsome in her robe of white silk with veil and oiaoge blossoms. Both bride acd groom were unat- tended. Immedialely at Ihe conclu-. slon of the ceremony a dainly sup- per was served. The wedding filti were beautiful and costly. Mr. and Mrs. Hart will reside at 528 Twelfth I cthbridze. shoitlv, will be honor i only child, Heora, became tht wifec, guest of a thimble tea to be given n'1- at the ot Mrs. W. J. Williams, 121S Sluh S., by the Ladies' Aid ol Ihe First Baptist church on Saturday. All rr.embers ol the organ- ization are cordially inuted to Ihe tea. Mrs. Doiv5r, Second avenue, arrlved-home last evening from Spok- ane, where she was called sud- denly on receipt of a telegram Elating that her brother, A. P. was ac- cidentally killed by a street ear. Mrs. Dower has her many friends' sym- pathy in her sad bereavement. The wedding took In Calgary on Tuesday of ex-Mayor J. W. Mitchell [o SSibS Kathleen Lang, daughter of Mr. George Lang. It one of the- social events of the Rev. C. Hern officiated. The ceremony took place in the Pro-Cathedral, and was ulty choral. 4 a t VTYNX-BKANDVOLt) was the scene ol a quiet wedding at five o'clock yes- terday afternoon, when Her. T. P. Perry united in marriage Miss Olga Brandvoid to Mr. Robert Marshall Wynn, both of Carmangay. Both bride and groom were unat- tended. Atler spending a few days in Iho cily, Mr. and Mrs. Wynn will Friday and Saturday's Bargains This is something more than a mere Sale. It is a practical demonstration that the purchasing power of your dollar has not shrunk the least bit, despite THIS IS DECLARATION DAY CONNECTION WITH THE PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST Today at Fernle Ihe tellers ol the U.M.W. of A. will mate the official count of tho ballots of the election for the presidency and make the. first of- ficial announcement of the result. There ie little d6ubt that Smith's ma- Jority over Stuhbs "will be around tho thousand mark. It is understood .toil, if Smith Is officially declared elected today, he will lako office oa Monday next. Since resignation, J. O. Jonts, vice- has been acting president. Vice-President'Jones reached the ''city this morning from Frank lo look after the Interest! of the Diamond City miners .who did not recehe their regular pay on Saturday last. Satis- factory arrangements he thinks, are being made. Asked point blank as to the Her- ald's assertion that ho and Stnbbs wero likely to go over to Ihe operators ho refused to make any statement, cither In confirmation or denial. He stated however, that when the right time came, he would make bis merits to the people.who are employ- ins Win now, the U.M.W. of A. Tho mines all through the Pass have an air of activity not generally seen at thla time of tho year. Mr. Jpnea thinks the miners will bave ft .prosperous reside oa Iheigroom's farm, northt east ol Carraangay.-. i. LEITCH-BOYQE, A pretty .wedding solemnized at the of Sirs. 12lh St., A., N-, al eigh't 'o'clock- last evening, when Miss Annie Boyce be- came the bride ol Mr. Archibald Leitch. The bride was a cliarming picture in" her'while wedding robe and veil and orange blossoms. She was at- tended by- Miss. Janet Main, while the groom was supported by Mr. Giant. Ilev. A. C. BryanHied the nuplial in "the'presence ol.a fey imrne- dlale friends, aller which'a recherche suuper was served. RICHES On Wednesday afternoon, JULC 11, al 2 o'clock a_yery prelty wedding look place at St. Peler's church. Hamillon, when the Rev. J. W. Ten Eyck unilcd in holy matrimony Miss Annie Victoria Rich's, only 'daugh- ter of G. H- Hiches, of Great Clai- lon, England, to Mr. Hcuben ;C. ol LethhrMge, Alta., son ol Mr. F. C. Karris, New Barnet, -Eng- land. The bride was dressed in a neat white coslume with hal_ lo match, and entered Ihe church leaning on ihe arm ol her brother, Mr. T. Rich- es, accompanied by a bridesmaid, Miss Pearl Robins, of Dunuville. The best man was Mr. Charles Graiger, ol Burlington. The bride carried a handsome bouquet ol frmte roses and lilies of the valley, and the brides- maid-a bouquet of- pir-k- -roses and leros. The full ceremony was per- formed in- an- impressive manner by Rev. J. W. Ten Kyck before hosts' o: Wends, who bad gathered to witness the event, Irom.iBurlington and this city. After the ceremony Ihe wedding parly molored to the home" ol T. Riches, Mwt, where a dainty dinner senid. Rev. J. XV. Ten Eyck proposed the health, of the. bride and bridegroom in a very felici- tous mariner- A very pleasing event was Ihe armal of two telegrams, one from England from the _. bride- groom's parents and friends, anoihsr" from his city, hall colleagues at Leth- their resilience da Mr. and Mrs. Leitch will' late up bride was a gold bracelet" set with amethyst, aud lo the bridesmaid a gold bangle set with pearls. -The wedding gilts were" cosily and num- erous. The happy couple with their friends motored lo the T. H. B. station, when they look their depar- ture lo Niagara Falls am! 'Cleveland, atrid shcwers of confetti and nearly wishes Srom all their Iriendsi Mr. asd Sirs. Farris, afler their honey- reside in Lethbridge. Hamilton Exchange. SIXTEEN YEARS OLD: A MURDERER Minneapolis, June impris- onment at tho'81: Cloud reformatory, wag the sentence Imposed upon Henry Schmidt, aged 16, found guilty of mur- der in the second degree, by Judge t.Vicnr-ycsUrday. A motion for a'new jo'lal on tbo ground that the evidence J not sustain the verdlcl of second murder was denied. For the Bride No gift il men ware. tbzt bridge. Tl.e briJegroom's gift to the CLU1S AND the increased cost of everything. A Cracking Good Line in Men's Suits Values up to Only 24 of Them SUITS FOU FRIDAY AND of-excepiionally good value which should be enthusiastically reached by even- man who has promised -himself a suit. These are made from jiure Scolch AVorsleds, Cheviots and high-grade English Tweeds in dark colors, grey or brown. Stylish cul, paltcrns very neat. Sizes 35 to -10. Regular ;UP to There will be a Rush for Sunshades Values for 39c There are but a limited quantity of these Ladles' Foulard Saa- shades, made In unique Floral designs; colors pink and lavendar; non-ruatable frames; Staff handles. QQfk Regular J1.50............................................. Ladies' Combinations Twenty Lad'es' Lace Trimmed, sleeves, knee length, umbrella made from ihe finest elastic Cot- ton, good value for 50 centa Ladies' Lisle Hose 50 plain and open vrork Usle hose, made from lest Kgjptlan lisle yarn, colors Mel- rose, pink, pale green, taa, Tus- can, laveadar, Nile, Kelly Green purple, brown pnd blacfc Ilegular 75c. 39c A Soap in Wash Goods varda of wash goods follows: Dimities, Cotton Foulards. Mattings, VesUtigl, Mercerized Brocade and Cotton Crepes, white and fancy color- Ing. Worth up to 45 cents Stair ,Carpet Half Price Tbto special line was slightly damaged ID tnniit. The damage Is hardly perceptible. One lOVt yards, fawn and Bruiseli..''Regular 51-50. Per jart .'3C t' I ,PLU6H MATS pile in rich plain colors, black. Size 18135 ins. J 1 OJE and red.' Repilar J2.75 WINDOW SHADES Oreea and creaoi, excellent qy Ky clolb. Size. i 0' SCRIMS AND NETS Five yard ends, plain and small designed Bungalow Nets, also colored bordered Scrims' In tan, and blue shades. Up to 50 Fire yard end! 32c 65c The Thrifty Housewife Should find this Htidsons' Bay Hat oi Grocery Specials of unuRual interest, for it leljs of tarings worth while. CLOVER LEAF and HORSE SHOE SALMON, per tin 20 Ib. SACK of B. C. SUGAR. .Per tick................... I U GOOD SOUND POTATOES, 100 Ibs per; iack. ONTARIO CHEESE 1 pound...................... I.OW GOVERNMENT CREAMERV BUT- TER, 2 Ibs for O3U QC pirbox of 25 I mf-9 Tea Room Dainties Veal Loaf, Potatoei, Peai, Bread and Butter Tea or Coffee 35c. Tongue and Potatoes, Bread and Tea or Macaroni 15c; Strawnerry Pie, Tea or Coffee 10c. Peaches and Cream 20c. .Ice Creim IDc.: Children's Wash Coats Tn our Children's Department we offer a ID Trash 22 and 24 Ions, and Un. and vMtc striped Galateas; rtg, 9 L.I 5 7K REEFER COATS For GJrls all "wool, fine serge, crimson and cream, for 6, 2, 10, CO and 12 years; Regular 55.00.'.. SPECIAL FOR AND LACHEt and striped Kephjrr Drtisej, in, ceml high waUt, itort sleeves, low neck A feiv plain Glnghami, trimmed la- tertton. _ All Ekes. Recufer f4 QQ, 12.50, 'for -LADIES' HOUSE ORE8SE6 And wrappers. In good1 English and Ginghams. Sizes from '34 tb 44. Regular }1.75 Shoes Cheaper Than Ever WORKING MEN, TAKE NOTICE Only 9 pairs of Tan booU, waterproof' soiea, fairly stout Goodyear and 7 only." 'r-Regluar ?6.00 cor pair. Reduced to Patent and Tan Shoes PATENJ BLUCHERS Oniy 10 pairs, w.elted soieE, kid top; sizes 6, 6V4, TA. 8, and 9. Tari Calf Oifords, swing loe, guaranteed solid leather throughout. ReK- C1 QQ ular up to 9 >O9 Only a few pairs, get in on these. Clearing Up Odd Lines This will convince you of our etirlllnj values. GtrU' Vr'hite Osford tewn toki, biucher cut, toe Up. Sizes 5 to 1314. Regular up to I 9C Included in these iio a few dozen Girls' Strap Slippers.. Regular and per pair.............'. 79c THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Made In Uw bnvleit pi-it- of pUlc, ind rinlct nnt In (loilhjr. fcy f PRETTY FROCK FOR The draped and pleatert .timtc well as the iklrt, art In' veffe) .opin- ing narrow YMt'drf velvet, finished with tallir of brfiht 'tinted The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church Till have .a decidedly allvacllve boolh at Iho fair next week and in- viting lunches wiil be served; They met yesterday afternoon and com pleted their plans in this t i, Si The tw'enly-five cent supper, whif is to bo trued this evening at the garden party, to he held on St. Pit- rick's church grounds under the aus- pices ot tho Ladles' Alta'r. society, will be served in the 'club rooirs should the weather be unfavorable or seniog out ot doors 4 The Flower Guild will visit. i.the 3ilt. hospital ES usual at 3 o'clock omorrow alltrnoon. Will those, who garden blossoms' to spate, kind- y remember those .are ;ill. Flowers will be called if a tile- phone message is sent to Mis. A. Sratlh at 1055, A rehearsal of "The Counliy Oirl" will be held in the Ihls evening at 7.30' to found .the performance into shape for' the pre- sentation en Wednesday and Thiirs day evenings of next week.' A goodlf .number attended" the plC" ture exhibit In the physical culture buiHtnj of Westminster school yes- terday afternoon ptbr to stolM, which later kept the visitors away. The exhibit, will be open until sine o'clock this evening. f St. Mni's society heMi- maiVit a success. Mr. G. Kilneraniii Miss E. Washbrook rendered selections, and their singing was well received. H is the intention ol lha society .to hold another ice cream so- cial, at a very early date. Mm A. arn'old, accompanied on the piano, while Mrs. ffashhrook and Mrs. Ward kimiiy assisted the men by ssrvhg the tec cream and slrawberries whKh very much enjoyed. 4 particularly important'meeling oi the Relief Society is called (or 1.30 shaip tomorrow in A. auditorium. The meeting is fo be in order to discuss the advis- ability of enlarging the work of the Vursicg Mission lo include some orras o! sehlement work. All, who are in any way inlcrcsfcc n Ihls commendable work, are cor- lo be present that the gueslion may receive due considers lion; public-iniimation to this effect as ever been made from the 11 or other official sourcee. AH long Ihe. 'preliminary hear- ing ot Roland Swallow and William Creep, Ihe two yoimg homesteaders charged wilh liorsefsteaiing, in progress'it the. Mounted Hacracl's before Inspector Shoeiot- tom of Sledtcine Hat'.-Evidence is be- ing lakcn so far only in connection with the theft ot Frank Ruike's three sorses. There are sis other counts which will lo be heard unless Jiu defense is willing io allow the evidence in this case to stand for the otter cases. It is cloimed-hy Ifce po-, ice' that Ihe evidence in all cates will he practically the same. Ruling the afternoon Shallow's brother was called lo the stand. He 3ad been arrested along wilh Rol- and Swallow and hut was 'al- lowed to go, after making a' written statement that he was herding the horses, and that he had told that the horses belonged to' his 'bro- ther. It is hardly likely that the case will ti concluded today. TEN DEAD AND San Francisco, June INJURED Ten "are dead and Injured in a collision on the Napa Valley transportation company's electric line near Vallelo ac- cording to advices received br tha Southern Pacific Company, which has held one ot its tralci to ore for tha victims. IMPLEMENT KOtJfE DESTROYED Balcarrea, Jnne Ira- plement warehouee, and cpnlectl, of Forbes Ely were completely de- troyed by. frre etrlj thli wish, my dear, thtt you would order some Irindllng woed and shingles this morning. His in the world, 'do, you want kindling wood acd thtnile'i for? am going iri for cubism and I want to construct a Boston Transcript. THE FAMOUS FORGED TICKET CASE; K IHE-CONfflCt WHAT EVER CITV ENGINEER MAY DO, YESTERDAY'S CONFAB WAS NOT AiOUT HIS RESIGNATION 'N'ot a single word was. mentioned ytaterday at the conference between the Mayor, Aid. Alrd myself fucctBstul social and dance ill-Unity hall last evening. In spite of wind and rain there good attendance, and credit is due'to the members, who worked to which had lo do wllh probable res- Ignallon from myself. The confer- ence was about the subway." In these words Cily Engineer Blan- chsrd loday 'denied published statement that lie about io re- sign owing to friction be twees'him- self and the council. His holiday, which war. (ranted at Monday's meeting .of i; In the reguiir order of things, it li likely-that Mr. Blanchtrd vlll io to V'lclorld to visit hit tether-in law, Mr C. H. Rust, city o( that city .The rumor cirrrent for so'mo time tbat Mr. Blanchiri wi resign. It li a rumor, I ever, no trowiluf Crawford R. Lumen, prominent Torcnto on trial In .the TorontA chirked with forylni a-numbtr of Itskett uf to rtctnt Laurler meeting, prtsiiniably to diHrrtmtW to In (f.ny tit ki ;