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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, .JUNE 23, 1311 TIIE t E t IIB H ID E W E E K L Y HERALD PAGE SEVEN WARNER'S AND NEMO CORSETS A1VRYMNDS June Waist Sale SELLING nearly 100 Wnists the first day ot the big June 'Waist Sole is pretty good business. Monday the wind J Ijjew so hard that very few women "braveiHhe blow." Today and tomorrow we are looking for'a enthusiasm displayed pn the opening day. Here's a brief outline of the bargains: Embroidered and Mull Waists that sold as high as On sale.......... 85c Fancy Muslin, Mull and Embroidered Waists up. to' for........ Voiles, Elamirie and Fancy Waists, sam- ples worth up to for........... .45 Some of our best Voile and Alloycr Embroidery Waists will go half price.; .95 Another New Shipment of Separate Skirts, Plaids, Checks Moire Silks To those who are looking for something extra smart in a Separate .Skirt we recommend this new lot of American Skirts; They are made in the new overskirt effect, tunic style and other new creations. The prices range from .to Only one skirt of a kind. Rylands Co. The Busy Store EMI Counties Can Vote Them- selves Out of Home Rule in Ireland London, June crisis in con- junction with, the granting of Home Rule to Ireland entered another stage today when the Marquis of, Crewe, Liberal leader in'the House of Lords, introduced a .bill to amend the Irish Home Hule Bill. By the now bill the parliajnenlary electors ot each county in Ulster are to' allowed to decide by vote whe- ther the shall be excluded from the provisions of the Home Kulc Bill lor a ponod o! from the first meeting of the new Irish parliament. The terms of the amending bill are identical with those ofiei'ed on March 9th by Premier Asquith, and con. lomptnously refused by Sir Edward Carson, the Irish Unionist Icn iviio described the premieres proposal as a "hypocritical sham." The situation has never been par- alelled in parliamentary procedure in the-British Isles. Never before a hill been presented to parliament to amend a measure not yet on the statute books. This was, however, the only means of overcoming the deadlock as the House of Lords re- fused to consider: V the main hill un- til the full proposals of the govern- ment '-wts.ro before it. In introducing the amending hill the Marquis of Crewe dwelt much on the religious difficulties surrounding the question of Ulster, .but while he ad- mitted the necessity for some form of cx'cluslon for those" who deemed themselves affected -.by the Home Rtijc Bill ho contended that the ex- clusion of the entire province of Ul- ster would involve great .injustice. The government consequently, had reiterated in the .amending hill Premier Asquith's proposal ot exclu- sion by! .counties .'from the operation of the Home'Hulje measure. Tho marquis" Crewt mide it SilveriorServ.ee I When purchasing mher you are sure of depend- ability and beauty if It la This brand, tcnowa IB "Silver Plati that Wtart" tisurcB long service becausa itlilhelicavicstallverplfttc. -Look i'or the Bald by S quite clear, however, the amending hill was not necessarily the govern- ment's lasb word, "The hill gives the widest possible latitude for an he said, adding that under it the civil govern- ment in the excluded areas would be administered by the Lord Lieutenant through officers to he'appointed by him REPLY The Jlarquis of Lansdownc, Union- ist leader, said he was profoundly disappointed that the bill merely em bodied proposals which had been al- ready rejected. He asserted that it was shabby and undignified for the government to plan an unacceptable bill with an-open invitation to the opposition to give its assistance in converting ,it into a workable mea- that would avoid civil war. The government, he declared, was perfect- ly aware that the amending bill was sot sufficient for that The Marquis expressed, relief that the government had at least recog- nized the necessity of making some effort to avert an imminent danger. Ho wished he could add that its' con- tribution today had met the need for fundamental changes in the Irish Home Rule Bill which aloce could make it workable. The hill was then read a first iimc but it is understood that extensive changes are to be made by the Un- ionist majority in the House of Lords, when it reaches' tlie commifc- tee stage and that afterward there will he an opportunity 'for compro- mise nnd conciliation. Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 REV. DR. J. A. LONG Pnslor of Wc-eton, Ontario, Mothod- IsL church, wftro was elected president to "RAIN AFTER A DROUGHT." All night the small feet of the rain Within the garden ran, And gentle fingers tapped (thc_ pane. Until t-he dawn begin, .The rill-like voices called and sang The slanting roof beside "The children of the clouds have come Awake awake they cried. "Wosp no more the dropping rose Nor mouin tlie thriving tree, The little children of the storm Have gained their liberty. All night the small feat of the rain About my garden rain. Their rill-like voices called and crjad Until the dawn begin. -.Dora S. Shorter. Dr. C. P. P. Conybeare, K. C., is expected home tomorrow night from a trip to Winnipeg. Mr. and Mrs. Allen (nee who arc spending their honeymoon at Banff, are expected home at the end of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. James are oc- cupying the home of Dr. and Mrs. Campbell during the latter's absence at the coast for the summer. Mrs; A. J. Butler and three chil- dren have arrived in the city to join Mr. Uutler, The'y will .remain here for the summer. Mrs. A. G. Oliver and Miss Bessie Hazell, who has been staying with her, leave tomorrow morning for Vancouver. Mr. ID. G. Hazell will ac- company them parfc.of the way. it The Medicine Hat Tennis club will be the guests of the local club on July 1st. Friendly matches will be played, and various forms of enter- tainment are being planned, by the officers and members of the local club. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hauser and little granddaughter, who haTe spent the winter and spring with their Mrs. David H. Elton, leave tomorrow for. their home in Washing- ton, D. C. Dr. Glllchrist, who has been up in Edmonton looking up1 a dentist loca- tion lor himself and Dr. Courtice, will return tomorrow. Mrs. E. W. Scott, of Furgrove Ranch. Lundhieck, arrives tomorrow to visit- Mrs. J. B. 'Reuter. Mr. Scott will also arrive to spend the week-end and Mrs. Reuter. 1 t Miss Miriam Stoltze and Mr. Nqr- ris Stoltze has arrived from Madi- son, )Vis., where they have been tending university to spend the sum- mer vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Stoltze. E. H. Henderscei, manager'of .tlie Imperial Canadian Trust Co.-ot Van- couver, who is en route to Windsor, Ont., to visit his mother, stopped ofi tb visit his grandmother, Mrs, Lilly, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. D: A- Simpson. Dr. 0. ,J. Courtice and Dr. Gill- christ have sold out their dentist business to Dr. Allen, formerly with Dr. Gibson. Dr. and Mrs. Courtice leave the end of the week to spend a vacation at Waterton Lakes and will probably go to Edmonton later to reside. Mrs. L, B. Sandborn, of Freeport, 111., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Stoltze. Mrs. Harold Riley, of Calgary, sends thanks and congratulations to the ladies of this city for the splen- did results of tag day, which was conducted -recently by the Women's Civic club in aid of the Queen Mary Sanitarium. of Medicine Hat, is the guest of -Mrs. C. E. Bran- dow. j Mr. Frank Rutley, of Cranbrook, is visiting friends in tlie city today. Mr. Bernard Laliey, of Maple Creek, is a guest in the city today. a .Mr. C. E. Brandow is presiding 'this week at the department examin- ations in Warner, and Mr. J. E.. Hodgson is presiding at Taner. Misa Florence Hill, who has been attending Havergal College, Toronto, is home to spend Hie summer vaca- tion with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. E. J. Hill. Miss Dorothy McColl, eldest daugh- ter of J. D. McCoIl of Toronto, was married Wednesday afternoon last, to Norman A. McLarty, barrister, of Medicine Hat, son of Mrs. D. A. Mc- Larty, of St. Thomas. A fashionable gathering attended the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents on Jackes avenue. Miss Monica McColl, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. The best man was Mr. Gordon Mc- Larty, brother of the groom. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Canon Cay ley. fhe engagement, is announced in Montreal oi Marguerite, elder daugh- ter of Sir Rodolphc and Lady For- get, to Mr. Alexander Martin, civil engineer, at the city hall, Montreal. The engagement is of Honorable Gerald announced of Rufus Isaacs. THE FACTORY OUTLET SALE OF SHOES Started off To-day with a vim TODAY MARKED the start of the greatest Shoe Sale we have ever attempted. Hundreds of pleased and eager shoppers thronged the store all day. The values are hero that's the rea- son. As previously stated, -this is a "FACTORY OUTLET SALE" nnd In spite of the great number of that have been disposed of today, there are still lots for all as new lines are being added each day in order to stimulate and maintain right through this sale the genuine enthusiasm, that characterized the opening hours of sale. w-" Sale Continues Alt This Week (Si! WILL BE CALLEP TO GIVE DENCE ON CHARGES AG- AINST N.B. PREMIER St. Jolm, N.B.; 'Jnne the re- sumed hearing by the Royal Commis- sion into the charges against Premier only son of Cord Reading, the Lord Flemmlng, P. B. 'M.P., said C'Met Justice, and Miss Eva Violet, he would like to have an understanii- eldest daughter of Sir Alfred Mond. as to the timber case. If he had Mr. Berry available, he could con- Mrs. P. Hanscn's borne was tlie Idllde at There was evidence, scene of an enjoyable birthday party' he Mie-rod, Uiat a cheque had been in honor of her daughter, Pa'd over to John E. Moore, for 14500 Gunvoi, wlio celebrated her eleventh Chatham, but this had not beea birthday yesterday. The guests at- cashed yet, as it would require Mr. rived at four-thirty and found plea- sure in games until six o'clock, when they sat down to an inviting menu, the tea table being centred with the candle adorned cake. Songs and games were later again in order un- til ten o'clock, the children de- parted; f.or home. Those present included Velma San- derson, Dorothy Frache, Alice Bea- ton, Ursula Constance ers, Gertie Odemark, Etta JMcYene, Muriel Wesley, Mary Watkins, Mary Scott, Lila Diesetii, Naomi Grant, Edith Ahrens, Bessie Smith, Martha Grant, Ivy Bpuckj Karl Grant, Erucn Lachenbaucr, Melville W'aite, John Johnston and George Johns- ton. Clubs and Societies The missionary tea, which was to have betn given in St. Mary's parish Moore's endorsation. He also intend- ed to 'call several of the bank mana- gers of the province to show into whose hands large sums contributed by the lumbermen bad gone. The timber case was adjourned to next Monday. Burton M.-rffll. divisional engineer on the St. John and Quebec- Hallway since May, 1812, said his work ex- tended for twenty-three miles north ot Woodstock, and Uiirt.v-three miles south of that city. Me, Donald had the contract for the north- ern section and the Hibbard Co. the station section. The 'witness defined how estimates were compiled by the resident engin- eers, who measurements and reports on the work done. Startling Prediction That a contractor will be placed on the stand who 'will tell of the pay- ment of money to Premier Plemming hall yesterday afternoon bv' Mrs. Ma-I personally was the startling predic- son was indefinitely postponed owing to the very inclement weather. The lawn social, which will be giv- en tomorrow evening at Mrs. Mock- ford's hy Mrs. Mockford and Mrs. Turner, will be held In the bouse, should the weather- be unfavorable for an out-door event. Games.will be injiy order. It is in aid of St. Marv's W. A. The Ladles' Aid of the Christian church will meet at S.30 tomorrow afternoon in the church. All the lad- ies of the church are invited, as im- portant business will'lie discussed. Those interested are imormed, that the lawn social, to be held at Mrs. J. B. Gray's, 1016 "Fourth Ave., N., tomorrow evening under the auspices of Westminster Sunday school, will be held in the church, if the weather wet. Daughters and.Maids of Eng- land. All members are asked to be present. tion interjected by P. B. Carvell, K.C., early in the inquiry today into the affair of the St. Jolm Railway. The statement was instantly and vigorously objected to by Counsel T. J.'Cnrter, K.C., who told Mr. Carvell ft JURY SAYS HE WAS MURDERED Waimvright, Alta., June 23 coroner's jury found that W. B. Crawford was raur- dered with some 'blunt instru- ment by one or more persons unknown. Crawford's body- was found in a well ft few days ago covered with. .lit- ter. that he had no business. to majce such. a declaration. "I have the name arid the date. :if you want the information, I wilL'.give it to you shouted Mr. Carvell, Mr. Carter retorted that the' asser- tion "was made for political and that it 'was irregular and that '-Jt'- was uncalled for at this juncture. Justice McKeown staled that he had decided to refuse the application of Premier Flemming foi further partlc ulars as to names of persons; .alleged to iiavo paid money, and the .arnoiints said to heu e been paid. Tils applica tion was made and after deliberation the; -commission. de- cided that the scope of the inquiry would be broad enough to bring out the facts as they developed Tie Valley Railway charges as they are familiarl) referred to include an accusation of specific paj con tractors to Premier Plemming and Hon. H. 'F Mclteod the pro vincial seeietarv and now member for York in- the House' of.- Commons. It was decided .that' the" es -would not be proceeded with today as neither of the accused men In the court TJie therefore "was mainly technical detailing mile- age, progress of worK sources of bal lasting material and costs Tn a TV aj the ovidenLe of Burton M Hill was a series of defini ions of railway con tracting terms and phrases that will form Uic basis for interpretation, of later testimony A CHARMING SPORTS COAT delightful knitted model la, pure silk. Dont ask Has this world been a Wend, to me? But to the.TfOild been 'TIs. not ivhat you what -you give, That makes Ufa worth wlile you Tie Om JUKI said la the little child. As.you wiped his tearo And the emilo you'forougat .toracma care-worn1 face, That really up your day. Brown Deolasn. THRONGS AT QUEBEC WELCOME PRELATE RECENTLY HONOR- ED BY THE POPE t Quebec, June welcomed Cardinal Begin this afternoon. Not a street old city, and building, but hud its flags .'and its streamers arid its were arches- everywhere.' From scores if milrs'around the city- was'.throng-. with visitors, and those; who ,re-- nained in the villages-had .for- gotten their .-tribute. The -traveller ilong the roads" QijiK ice and Levis found the Canadian cn- slgn, the Union. Jack, the trl-color the papal colors at almost every 'urn. It was early afternoon when Jardinal Begin, accompanied by Jlov. Father Laflamme, and Hev. Father ,-rlvcd irfViS.. Here ho was welcomed by the mayor 01 Levis, and afterwards left for Que- bec on board the Canadian govern- ment steamer Lady .Grey. At the Quebec whart His Eminence was met by the mayor and aldermen of Quebec. Afterwards a state pro- cession was formed...At. the. foot of the. Laval monument facing the Arch- bishop's Palace a.'snecial stand had hMn erected and Mayor Drouin read an address of welcome to. His Eiui- nence. The procession then proceeded to the niain door of the Basilica, where Cardinal Begin was greeted by the Cure of the Basilica, Mgr. La- flamme. Afterwards came a reception in the Basilica, according' to the ceremonial of the" Roman Catholic church. Tho .ceremony began on a specially constructed throne outside the edifice. This evening there arc to. ire illumin- ations and at 9 p'clocjron the gal- lory between -the Basilica and the Palace there will be a tableau rep- resenting a scene from the Vatican, Fireworks in the (rounds near Mont- morenoy Falls will complete the first day's celebration. The Cardinal rc- Kiyci two valuta! at WgW, Tea and Coffee ARE JUST AS HARMFUL TO CHILDREN AS ALCOHOL IS TO SAYS DR CHARLOTTE ABBEY, SUPERINTENDENT OF THE WOMEN'S DIRECTORY. v f. A The reason why tea and coffee injure anybody is because these beverages contain the drug, caffeine, (from to 3 grains to the which physicians have long known aflMts the hMrt, stomach and liver. Children especially, with their delicate nerves, are ausoeptible to the action of caffeine, and aheuld never be allowed to have tea or coffee or any other beverage containing drugs. Thousands of adults have found that their headaches, nervousness, indigestion and havo vanished when a charlge was made from tea and coffee to V-- POSTUM There's a Reason Postum contains no caffeine or any other Injurious substance. Made from whole whaat and a small per cent of molasses, it Is a pure food-drink, having a delightful flavour, and containing the nutri- tive values of the grain. That's why it Is good for both children -and grown-ups. Postum now comes in two forms: REGULAR be well boiled. 156 and 26c packages. INSTANT soluble powder. Made-.in.'ihVcup.with hot water. No boiling and 60c tins. 1000 The cost per cup of both kinds ia about the x_jj s_ V. eveiry where sell Canadian Postum Cereal.Co.', Ltd., Windsor, Ont 25.00 rAL WRECK Her! Star ih went ashore, jViy Islands, Is were 1 ;