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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta m rr.-i-'-^fl. CLARKi the LadW Store Aoadia Block J 9S siiis AND cOiCTS �y Spring weather such as this demands new outer, garments^ and jt^G^^ ours demands your inknediate inspection^ ifl ^u woiild benefit feyit^ largest ;f and most varied selections youiJ^fireaGhv^^ ^ -^^^ f where values are the best,;-and wqiJM fit, and: shape-keeping abilities Mhs^^^^^^^I^^^^^ i V highest possible order: f;: - HJeJiitime now to make selections if you are counting On a^iiw outM^^^^ wear7-stoclVe viMl^ila^ . choicest styles ::are,:flndlng 'ready buyers. '\-''',' Public Accbunta-committee of. the Legislature ^^Qday.f.questions relating to pay-.monts:.m4ide>to^Hon. i Duncan ilarshall on agoounfr of vpurchase of livestock |-fof dora^nstratioa farms were further inquired into. B.\V.Burley, provincial auditor, was called and gave evidence' before the  coiamlttee on oaths.itHe produced cheques and vducherb showing the manner in which moniel^:^ advanced ; to Hon. Duncan Marshafl on special trust account, liad.'fieen;expended, ai>d was ^ cross-wsamineti by T. M. Tweedie, junior memTiaf;. for-Calgary, who was ' acting-Witlr Harold Riley, member for GHeichfeii, on pursuing investigation. vT.wo .'afc'cpuntable advances: of, $3i000 and JlOiOOO were made to Mr. Marshall, ho th were fully accounted tor. ..IVIj;,Marshall also said he would be morejthan willing for every man from wh9m;stock had been bought appear-[,ing'before the committee, I ThereVhad been dark ' insinuations that something dreadful'was going to be :exploded by . Hon. M. .McKcnzie wlieQ it was shown that cheques had vb'fen. issued :to the minister's account. Tliese _ are n�st cowardly insinua-1 ^tioris."'';at,.either Mr. .Tweedie or Mr.' Riley. - have , any charge to make against the Minister of Agriculture ;;let- them make it: or forever- hold their peace,''/ said Mr4. McKcnzie. : . ; Both; Mr. Riley and, Mr. Tweedie fepiiod;; ''We-do not make any insin-i.uatipus." . The matter will be further taken up.iin committee tomorrow. v ArfcYfl^ jfiiterested in th^ Best toaldnfc Beat Tailctre^ SiiiCPEver ^, � i.the.t^d leading d of "Wo- ^jmen?s,Goats atiH, East', h'a^* vhiisent us s^he'very cfeam of ;their output/'' ' and 'we feel justified in saying they are tlie Best- looking, ^JBest taildreS garment,^ evef shown in this city: at So sniall a price. It is impossible toliiu;^'t>ivp siiit^ alike here, yet \ye sho\y:!ovetr.5Q different styles and material8,^:*SK:J^ovia^ terested in.cloUies, tlhajt^iaye that fresh neat, stylish look about^hein- ari^^  guaranteed to retain' theirs^ape^fdl* two seiasons see these nf^s-jM Rogers' garnientisivAllialiej^tioin^ anteed and they cost youJnothifig. V;; iARGElNKEIN if 'I ^i\DP 84,000 TO RECRblTS AND SWELL PEA'Cr FOOTrNG 4 i si iTOv806i000*MEN j^f-ffSli > ^'�S.J'"^t,, V .1.1' I 1%''- Colbaier'-denrianv,,.Match 5.,-TUa r ' j^ileivy German nulitary\ bill will add '!t)!l,OGQ recruits to the annual conting-"'^�'C-ent called up for service in the army, '"according to the well infornrfsd Volks ^ ',. .'^'Zeitimg, The total strength of; the , pebie fofrting of the army will thus i%"ljr--aiercas5d lay 168,00fl .men,'bringf -f'Sng^it uo to 806,000 excluding-joffifr '"� cr^/ i>," - The German war ofBce today sent v^-iielegjaphjc orders for the commenoe-JlreiS'.bf' iho .i^Wijatraclts ilongthe 'yfjonfeefe,>showiog tJiat Jtlie. military f -awthoiuti^ arfe,. certain of the pass-, ' ''a^/ot the"Wl through the imperial ^parliament. V^i>; " . A Big Demand for Stock Which * is Declared to be Very � . ' Scarce �^|ai^ ip ;-:theV-wiiiter; fair, and thfougb:the change of dates ^itijwasi|||amate^f^ the most .Bultable-.Umc for the farmers - to puro^i^se, - The magnificent winter �faIir:,bHlldtnr>was for the farmers and thereswaa;no'ilriten'tlon� of making the prejudlcee of the, farmers^.' . vr::^:^C/(5Notriai;M;P.P.; declared that ^:''?""^'""^""*'"'j""''T'^----------- oatUe were never as scarce In Canada ;^|J5^alir,�Ma�!i' Augusta,' Me.;j^March ; 5.-^Woman: Will not be permitted'to vote in Maine;, for some time at least. ' . ., '  The bill provldlngjfor: a rejierendum on a woman suffrage amendment to-the constitution was killed in the>' house today by a vote.of 89 to 63 af-ter;it had passed: the-'Senaie;' OP ELLA STEVENSON SENTENCED TO NINE MONTHS-^WOMEN BARRED FROM COURT *-'' BALKANS ACCEPT PEACE lES liOndon, March'St^BlIa- Stevenson, alias Ethel Slade,:a militant suftra-; gette, was sentcmcedto nine- months' imprisonment at the Old Bailey Ses-. slons today, on a'' charge of having placed glass tub^tfi tcontainlng fluid phosphorus in a lettW'box; , - The court e.xcluded all women from �the court during the hearing, despite the voluble protects of Miss Stevenson, who alleged .that it was.'an in-ijustice not to have her case reported' by  a woman reporter. � Under ;the-l name cf Ethel Slade, the accused was sentenced to four: nioiitlis' Imprisonment: In London last November lor damaging shop windows. , �London, March 5,-It was announced today'that all the Balkan allies have Individually accepted-In principle, the mediation of European Powers for the .conclusion of peace with"-Turkey. Each 6t them emphasized, however, the necessity'for a consultation with the other nations forming-the .il^^alkun league before , giving formal agree-lynent.Vv' :s' . . ' i . ..k  COATS �TSUlTB* SKIRTS TaSiored Pottgiee:: Silk Waists - $2.75 ' * One'' of the'' most' servlfc^ble ' waists-you i paramount -inter- bUKirtess,,'"was the jrecciving of Jiel^ is^y^Sifvpr?ffPta^ves; vsswllte&ises of;v w/?lQ0ine by -'T.- Ji- Ag- ;.^,6lp#lilfeputf,;m^ :? >5.a^I^esid^fr; George Thompson's re-; . pI^-"; In,his remarks Mr. Thompson griit.'pl^Bure at the size' - � of tiixnouf and :assured the : tdele^ tea�{0:?sjnni(rtivhenefitifwould. sursly "-re-|!,:^::%from:^ discifssidn^^. He spoke ijb vgliT,'.jilt;.terms of the work already a�hi'?v�/li the-good done, etc. .'. ^..Elderly Lady, (to workman who lias '.-given her, his neat in the crowded 5;.'i'fttreetP.qa3-)r-"Oh, thank' you ' very ihuch " T C Workman-"Oh, that's nothing at Jill,'Miss; many men only get up''when the- ^it.^ I- piprt>, but It never makes ^' |:jJi^ diitmLUM' i[j me." ,.-^cted that'before many weeks ~everybull offered In Manitoba and On Itarlo vould;he sold. Prices would In-'creaae with,the advance of the spring and today was the time to purchase igobdibullB: for.the rearing of the herds._____ ________^ ., . The-sale'comniiBnced .at 10.45 and at seat 5,000 people. " NEVER LOSE HEART Don't mope and -brood over yoiir woes, disasters and losses. Do something. Set to work.- Brooding only weakens, and makes misery* ot feeling: more Intense. If all yo'iir 1116 work suddenly falls to ruins about you, like a - house of - cards,, put., some * of .(he stones of the ruin down at once, as a foundation for the-n�w building. > � If'all; you have earned;-wjtljlxard and.anxious labor, ;ls-plucked,away from you,, do not ?fret,. begin, 'again, gather some morei .you,will not:forget your trouble In;fln/iWayt-so:easily I as by filling life again with'aijtivltfes interests and tolls. � Saslcatoon is proposing,to bnild a fair ljuilding to cost $150,000 and to � OP;^AISLED BY-MITRBER TRAGEDT MjN SUFFERERS iTie D. D.*D;;SPre8crlptioii!.fQr.-Eo-�/('emh, mild, antiseptic, 'wash',' com-Doundod by ThofD.D.D. Laboratories ,T^ron�, ,tops.tbat %wfiil itch in^ Q^if,i^^a.iepxaaveT�L' rof oSi| �fl^�jl4ureB?>':aHAfl^^ >*.t ir(i3gs�^rf^^t-.Ka,v^. to J d^^^^^ fitvetf'jmore�tho1.,..,. MR. BURREli INTERESTED At the Mixed Farming Convention-to be held here on April 15, one of the matters to be discussed will be vthe need of appointing a meat inspector, for this district. The question has only recently been'wUsed owing to �the notification of Ipoal meat shipperfl .that the government' .regulations^: re-: quiring all meat.shipped into.3. Cl from Alberta will;hereafter?be strictly enforced.' ' -!'*'vl""��.'';"'." 'i*'!-."-^;",,;-: .The provlnciaJ gdyernm'ent jiasijfipthi jrig whatever to: do i-witb' tiie:que/tion; and W. P. SteviBnS'r-live'ftstoct.J^dom-missloner, althotlph^Nliet tsjf^lling )ito give the.agitators;for a- meatfln^pec-tor all the aid In': his 'powerjfistates. tibat it belongs tb,4tffeV.y.e'teft'na�yWir-ector-general's hflnphSqf rthesttepair^^^ ment of AgrlcttlturefjatsOttawa; jan]fe?takgii?;by ?klJii; to relievo .the vSttua]tigfe:^;Si^;;-^^^^ f:e >'paftm6ttt:tQ ing^;,($onditione "Why He:f ,joil'ege;'w;^s �lift* Mm The pi'esldeni vi^UIng tie lit; ^iS;.fo^er ho-^ ^tojad^^ess an._ "neighbors. .Jn tbair&iB career,-hw to,put on aira-hc;* ; "My /dea; 'frJepjlt^I^'TOnJt'.PSiJ-.^n ladies and gentltqi'en-i-I knpw you.tP9 'p'Mt hov.n by thick'^black3JlriM, The start^^vfs.^ l-tp^fl��h';tho Sout'h m�9np%O:P90^