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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday/March 8,1913 THE LETlGlrBBIDGE DAILY HERALD A Breakfast ilB Ceylon wouidi not bring you a more delicious ctt{� of tea than you may Have at your own table by using Bkick, 6reen and Mixed Noe Aim IL � Norwall, Mass.,. "MftreU 8.-Rear Admiral Job. Baton, TJnited States Navy, retired, �who was commander of the tranipoTt Roaolute In the SpanlBh' Aniorrcan war, which Informed Admiral Sampsca that the enemy's fleet SVaa leaving Santiago Bay, died sudd�il^^ at, his ,home here today. He received a medal of honor following the battle of Santiago andwas re-tlfed la 1905 after 39 years service. A OF BELGIAN OFFICIAL Teheran, Persia, March 8.-Madam Constant, wHd of the Belgian Direc-tbr of Customs, at the port of Bu-shire, was murdered early today by an unidentified pdrson, who alsQ^ Severely; wounded M. Constant. M. - and'Mme. Constant were drlv-dng home when the assalliant ran fcomi behind their carriage and emptied his revolver at thorn. MAN AND WIFE OF Chicago, Ills., Match 8.-After being out 17 hours, a jury in Judge ZCerstein's court today retutned a verdict finding, both Charles Cramers a'nd ^l^s wile guilty Df,the murder ol m{ss Sophia Slngpr, 1, oi Baltimore. Cramers* punishment was i fixed at life imprisonment, wlille his wits was given 14 years in the penitentiary. FOUR BURNED TO DEATH Huntingdon, Que., March 8.r-Henry E.. MoConneville,, 85 years old, and hfs three grandchildren, aged 9, 10 and, 12 years, were burned- to death in his .:lu)rae near tlie Chatoauguay. Hver today. � ' READY FOR THE PEOPLE Page 11 PHONES Office 12a* Res. 1115 Over 300 Guests Enjoyed the Swellest Dance of the Season to Date ; Probably one ofithe best lodge.-jlan-ces ever held^iit-tfa* city wpiB-glV'en under the ftUBplceg-^^the Letlibridge Lodge, Mo. 2, lO/OX. ttjr'th�-K at P hall latit nlghti Oner'fh^e^ hundred su'sstfi v/cro p'te^ehl; " The hall wfts laste^t^ljjfi 4^eorated 'with evergreonsv'^E^^'t^^' and a slx-plae^ orcfeStra, Uhd'er the dl: reotlon :otJ3^,:;(}alSJ(eIlvdi?bo.urBed ex-celMiit music; 'tfife4foor-'Wa^'iii-splen-dld condition, 'ani/vthi^daaoe-throiigh^' out w�nt ivltli. a.brmJaaVd^fflpg.,rt.'was a regular old-tim�S,''Qd(ij.�ll(>v?S' Ball, commenolng^-wlth'?the grand march at 9 o'clock and fliilSfhlngi.at :4 o'clock. �From ll.SO tol'a;in,, a tiirlcey supper was served at the Odi^tellows'' Hall; this hall has a seatlilg capacity for one huhdred,! 9.0; the guests had to be divided'Into .-t^?��';p,aj:ties.. The refreshment? oOifta^ii^ea; aire � to be hlgiSly co6imlitt^4''''*t""^ cellent way In. which supper, was. .swerved, also the tasteful decorations of the tables, loaded do\yn with all kinds of dainty dishes. Instrumental music wag provided during the meal. The Reception committee were: G. M. McLean; R.B-Mordeto; "W. Hop-^klns, T. Clayton. � Programme oommltteo~H. Sohrln-ir, G. Nedtg and R. Niven. Invitation committee-C. A. Mo-Haphern, R. B. Morden, A. Niven and Q. M. McLean. � ' Refreshment, committee-J. lien-derson, . H. Rosalne, R. - Niven, J. Brodie, C. A. McEachern, T. Niven, I A. Shaw, J. Davis, W; 'Wynne and P. 'Jones. ft. Niven, chairman; A. Niven,.secretary.  The danoe was without a doUbt one of th most successful held for some time; �v6ry one -seemed to have a thoroughly enjoyalslo tkne and everything went off without a hitch of any kind. Great credit is due to the different committees for the untiring work, and they are to be heartily, congratulated upon the success they have achieved. PUDDLING FURNACE EXPLODED IF- were a flower with a heart of gold, would aralle on the grey world and be glad. If I were a harp I would give such strains , ' ', As would cheer the lonely' and brighten the sad. If I were Love I ^ would fill each heart � ' And brood o'er tlie world on fi^ilbna bflight.' � But I'm only a soul, yet I can' be^^ friend And make my life's song falfand bright. -Madge Wildflowef;-; Rev, Canon Murrel-'W-rlght has-r^*: turried from Calgary. Mr. -VVVH McLelland, of Calgdry, Is-a weelc-end-visitor with Mr. and^Mrs; .1. PI. Wallace. t . .  . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Galvln-havre^ moved Into their new home at'$20 Fourteehth street, -which they recently purchased.  ' �  ..� x .�" . - � "  *� *-..��� ' Mr. 'A. B. Ratton-Cannlng ana MivC, Rnfton-Canning, of Cleveland,.-.Ohio,; are guests.wlth Mr.and Mrs,: Baf toil.-; Canning, Sherlock Block, a'^id 'will mak� their future home In this cltyi. Mis^ Baker, of Blairmore, who was a guest with Mrs. R. P. Wallace, is, at present stayiag' w.ij;h|�rrB.' A.. Wat-, son, before retutning to her home at the end of next week... Mr. km Mrs. A. M. Grace, of Medicine Hat, have'returned'from Lob An.-, geles/ where they spent the^ past two| montlis,'" Mrs. Grace -will apend/^o.me time with her padents. Mr. and'jyiT3i Jv H. Wittllace;. � on Monday' next, young people are to which all the cordially invited. bLUBS AND SOCIETIES Sharon, Pa., March 7.-"With a report that could be heard for several miles and scattering-molten metal In every direction,^ a puddling furnace at the 'Wilkes Rolling Mill .bete exploded today. Jerry/Dunn, WilUam Thomas and William J. Davis, work-C;""^ ' Stra'4gers:i:in the. clfy are'o'WdlaUii*^ invited-tO'meel. with the Young Ladies class :of-?Wefeley Church, at three'o'- The A.'^Y. 'P. A. of St. Cyprian's Church will hold a musical evening Bismarck, NjD., March 8.-The lower branch of the North Dakota legis-lature yesterday passed th^ Senate Woman Suffrage bill. Woman's suffrage now mjIU bo submitted to th� people, when the bill has passed both liouses. ' BARAN WILL HANG - Portage, la Prairie, Man., March 7. �-John Baran was this evening found Bullfy of  the murder of Constable Rooke, at Dauphin, on December 23, and was sentenced to.be hanged on May 20, by Mr. . Justjjje Prendergast, at the assizes h^re.^ \ " ^ ' CATHOLIC pAtHEDrtAL BUrtNED Gharlbttelkwiii^'vMt^h.'^ tan's Rc^an.'tg4tlioltp':,C?athedral, t^o largest {Sa^tcMl^^'urcK'Jn this province, v**l!-K^^?ayefl".'i)y' fire'today., TO CuH^'A^6^Lt> lW'"ONE DAY-Tafee IjAXA-Ktva:  BROMO""fesrf9) ""Miss Dona -'' ' (iO)''lytiSf:;Kathle*fl Virtue; AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS AT THE HUDSON^S BAY To-night at 7.30 These Items Go On Sale Odds and ends in the Shoe Department, inclviding regular values up to $4:.bO, to be sold at 99c. TurkislK ToAvels in white or grey at 19c, pair. Ladies' Print .Overall Aprons at 39c. Glass AYater Tumblers at ,48c dozen. Men's medium Aveight Underwear at 25c per garment, ' alf^o'.setei'al specials in fruit and candies, represent the lines special-.selected -for tonights' selling, and iii vie-w of the big reductions from, regular prices combined witli the fact that most lines are oaily in limited quantities, we strongly urge upon you the necessity; of 'beangheVe sharp at 7.30. , ' ' - .if i�99c Hurry of : 0hoe values up to $4,50 �(VD.'MXpa Lois T|[".jft,perry; (12) Miss -\lih6i)Unlted-fG9ifilHeroial Travellers assoBlatlon of KMipjiftdge will hold a 'spQ^^lr^imejln:;(4l;iof P. hall this ekveniftg,^,from 8.i5^J|�. 11.45. The first houivvwljli"befap0: se'pond'Shour,; �ci0tyi�h to ally, thdt' they a /as of; the city, 1 for fhe.'bali of 1th cai'da,;and the ;b9jlf^l.'Aid So-' .citizens gejjer-eiici.idg a can-Jo:;'^!! .tickets , . ^i*'When it-?s TBmfmbered. that the la'dles are taking 'tjiist^eans of raising funds; instead :qf'the'^ftual straight'appealfor money, Vlie, tloket&'^jrshould -EelI"A.pldly. The tlcloets were always heretofore placed at -$3.00,. but this year, they 'ale only $2.00 ald.ouble ticket; so'ifhat they may;Tip_t be bu-rdeiisbme to, those who canhat'attend the dance,jbxlt who .wish to^assist the hospital. .H'-l'-; iThe ladies hope that jfhe. public will m'eet' their efforts v^itiif' liberal purchases of tickets. I � : l�.VOUR SIZE HERE? �'There are girls' black, vlcl kid bluchers, with �'. pateflf-tipsr.^.Hlso tan .vlcI bluchers; solid leather sewn aoteh-. sizes 9,'8%, 11 and 11% only, in J- 'j^eguJaX $2i60jvalues.- - -Also about a dozen pairs .' ; of Women's'viol Kid Bluchers with patent tips ' a,nd welted soles that sell regularly at $3.50 to ?4.56'.- In'&tees 2%, 3, and 4 only. Tonight AQ^ at TSOr'^U'-at ........................ *I?�C : Men's- 25c i. Thfec dozen only, .Men's Medium weight Union Striped ^^5feH.no Underskirts In Penmans' make. \. \Regular'oBb'aTia 75c valu'es. On sale at 5U�, �i.30 tbiaflllif.at*.:..'...�.'..'--------....., tm9it Giiass Wafer Tumblers f ; . per doz. 48c i'''r\velve ,d'Q?en .only, medium thin glass tum-'ifhlerSj-'pialn tops and'iluted base; an Ideal tumbler 48c for brdlnary family us�. '7.30.per dozen.......... Tonight at Ladies'Print Overall Aprons 39c Ladles' English. Print Overall Aprons, made from fast'color and good wearing quality print, In neatly' patterned navy grounds and bluis grey stripes aild figures; wall shaped garrnents with neat round yoke. Shaped waist and h�.ndker-chlef pocket. , Also a line in similar quality work aprons. Tonight at 7.30 QQm each.................i............... w9C , Turkish Towels, pair 19c Turkish Bath Towels, one line in white with colored borddrs and fringed ends; elzes 16 x 36, others are id. cream grounds with red and brown stripes. iSize 20 x 38. All to he sold to-.HjQ-, night at 7.30, per pair................... J 9C To-nighfs Fruit and Candy Specials English Walnuts -Ifl/, Per m.,........, . CatlfOrnIa Navel Oranges,- per doz, * A*Bortea Candle* -t4f* per lb. Brazil Nuts,. (Nigger Toes) -|� Per lb. California Fresh Ripe Tomatoes i Specially priced for to-night, per lb. THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES 1 V I ok INTEREST TO WOMEN | MARRIAGE CALENDAR A January bride will be a prudent housekeeper and very good-tempered.. A Fehruary/hride will be a-humane and � aHectfonate wife ahd "tender mother.' �  - . "A March bride wil! be a frivolous chatterbox, somewhat given to quarrelling. An April bride will bo inconstant. SPENCER WAS CONVICTED Macleod, Mar. 8.-^Victor Spencer, charged with selling intoxicants to ludlansy was convicted on two charges at Standoff yesterday and sentence deferred. He is also held on three other charges of a- Similar nature. College re-opens after the Bas-. ter vacation on . � � Monday, March 31. Owing to the fswt that a few young ladies complete their prescribed course of study, there will be room for 5 or 6 new stUidentB after Easter. Robert I. Warner,; M, A., D. D. St. Thomas, Onti LETHBRIDGEf HOTEL Lethbridge,Alta., Canada - ' 60c.-5.30 to 7. . 5.30 to 7.-50c. Sunday Dinner de Luxe Queen Olives RELISHES SOUP Consomme a. la Royale' Iced Celery Halibut Cut, Biillllon Hollandaise : 'ENTREES '�� Chicken Eminoe, a la,Maintenbn Breaded Sweetbreads, Nonpareil Sauce Boned Pigs' Feet,'Espagnole Lemon Cheese Meringue ' SALAD.'; , I Lobster. Salad, Mayonalse Dressing . " ROASTS . ' . , 'Prime Bjbs Beef, Yorkshire Pudding , . Leg Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce poultry' Roast. Local Young Turkey*.Cranberry Sauce . Steamed afjd Mashed Potatoes -.. - French' Pea SaUta DESSERTS' Deep Green Apple Pie .. i Hot Mince Pie , Pineapple Cream Pie English Plum l?uddlngiBrandy*SBUce ..Vanilla i(^e Cream and.Wafers Stravi/berry Jelly Ascorted Fruits ,^ Muepatejs and. A/.monds ^ , ' . Cheese ^ , , " , /Saltene j, .' ' , MS'. Cafe Noir not very intelligent, hut fairly gOod-looking. A May bride will be handsome, amiable and likely to be happy. : A June bride will be impetuous and generous. -. , iA .July bride will be handsome and smart, but a trifle quick-tempered. : An August' bride will be amiable and practical. ; A ."September bride will be discreet,. affable and much liked; ' An October bride will bo pretty, coquettish, loving, but jealous. ' A November bride will be liberal, kind, but of a Avild disposition. A December bride will be fond' ot novelty and entertaining. . �.�,. .a; phrenologist's advice, to meh about'to marry follows : "Don't marry a woman whose mouth is set in deep round and round lines. Such a woman will have too much of a will ot her 6wni"' "Don't marry a woman -with aline running down one side -of her mouth to her chin. Such' a woman will be cranky. She will have 6pinlons."; "Don't marry a woman whose mouth lines are heavy and whose upper hp is long. This means selfish-nes.s." , J J. W. Jones, pan ot -Ebadte's most promln�nt oItlaena�-dl44-the MoNamara r�brpther's 'was ^. Hi guilty or innjoceilt."'"' V '\ jii-f^f. 'i ,4 J I \'\'< 'Mim if-St'*rf t^^/^tt^y mm ;