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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Match 8,1�13 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 5 We appoint a Judge among the Best People SO that we may know that we have /4.he best designed and the most attractive line of fine tailoring for men we keep in close touch with our customers always. We like to see them afterwards -to have their opinion, their criticism. No merchant can keep abreast of the times unless he invites and receives intelligent critici�tn. Semi-rcady Tailoring has both prestige and reputation, at home and abroad-and it holds its place because the men who make it are broad in this respect. . ; � .We want yoru to be the judge-"a judge without recall"-and w� agree to win a verdict for Semi-ready Tailoring onmcrit, or lose the suit-literally. The Semi-Ready Store Empress Block S. C. BATEMAN, Manager Tou need a cap oftener than you need EASTERN RAND CAP At I*ast^! A Cap With St^ You men who imagine that every ^ cap looks "aloppy" simply don't ' Snow" How'smart an'E A S T E R JT " BRAND cap will look on you. There's a dozen time* yoU need a cap to once you'd vrear ahat--if you only had ) right eap. Easy enough to get Itl Some store near you seUs EASTERN BRAMD -daps. It's a store worth . knowing. � 4 � t DDHD C Enfranchises Hungarian Women :.Budape8t, March 7.-The womana' suffrage {cauB�--wptt a.^otablg^ victory  rhere today when the lower house at Hun^arla^' jparUament. adopted the i government's'i^uflrage reforn^ bill by , whloHVv�i large$:nuniber. of �woinen "are enfranchised. " The Hungarian capital was crowded wlth.troots-'dtlrinfe the debat*"in con-' sequence of tfireats by the Soolalists to begin a general strike throughout ; the country. This was to be a iVotest egainst the government's unfavorable (attitude to complete universal suf-'J frage. No disturbances occurred dur-.�ing the early part of the day. ,; On several occasions during the past year riotous scenes have occurred in the lower house culminating several times in free lights. Gn September 17 the police were called Into the chamber tO' expsl' the opposition led by Count Apponyl and Count Zichy. A desperate struggle ensued before they were finally ejected. On October 30, further riots occurred When the opposltioa led by Apponyl and Pranols Kossuth unsuooess-fully attempted to force their way through a iiallltary guard .surrounding the parliament, EARL OF COWLEYiA GAY OLD. DOG London, ' March v 57.-.The Earl of Cowley, society's chief exponent r of thei divorce _hablt,wij} again appear in court in a.se'ciliel" to'^the recent sensational Buxton street divorce, wh�l"e-liL he is cited as co-respondent. The Countess Co'wley has entered suit petitioning for the restitution of her conjugal rightff This is elearly only a preliminary action for divorce. The Countess states .her liusband desert, ed her for a conslderalble time. STOP DRINKING ; No man can afford to, waste his vitality throueh the insidious alcoholic poison resultant from drinking. Aloobollsm Is a disease,; and must b'd treated as such. . . ,  THF NI? A! THREE DAY 1Mb 11 C/VL TREATMENT Is a boon to nftlau and women addicted to the liauor habit. - .The/Neal Three Day Treatment.Is thorough and completie, eliminates all traces i of alcoholic poison from the system In three days'. 'time. � . . , � . NO HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS, NO BAD AFTER EFFECTS The Nealv Treatment consist of a purely vegetable compound taken internally. .'�i Our cure for the Drug Habit is equally as effective as our treat-nient for'the Liquor Habit. I ' ' ' ' . ' [ , Write for Fuf| Partlculare * -week. The different classes south of Lethbridge are keeping in very i close touch by this exchange of socials. Cardston will endeavor to visit Magrath as soon as arrangements can be made! { The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Institute was held on Tuesday of this week in the Oddfellow's ^ hall. The meeting was well attended and at very interesting program � was aresented. In the absence of Mrs. Leadbetter, the president of the Institute, Mrs. M. V. Spencer, was In the chair. A piano solo was given | �by Mrs. Thompson; and was much en-! joyed, Mrs. P. Best read an essay on spring, accompanied by Easter thoughts, written by Mrs. Carlson. | Mrs. W. E. Yancey gave a deihon-j stration of waist outtlng, making her ; pattern from measurements taken from a model. The waist was cut, fitted, and put together in the presence of the assembled ladles. The feature of the program -was a lecture given by Dr. R. VV. Lynn on-"tuberculosis." The doctor dealt mainly with methods of prevention and care of those a'fflicted with thel disease. The foUowihg out of the suggestions offered by Dr. Lynn will in a large measure overcome the difficulty generally experienced with such cases where there is no sanltorlum. The lecture -was committed to writing and the Institute have it for future reference. With her characteristic-enthusiasm "Aunt iZina" Card, mother of Mr. .J. [ Y._ Card, writes from Salt Lake City" to'the editor of the Globe. Mrs. Card's mind carries her back to the time when the first meeting of the; Saints was held In Cardston, ' ini "God's first temrples, the tre^s," At that time, sha remembers, Mr. Layne predicted that some day a Temple would he built in/'that choice/'land." Goirfg on Mrs. Card says in her let-. ter:,"Dear mother on her first visit to'us in 1888, made the same prediction, and President Woodruff told us the same when' he made his never-tp-be-forgotten visit to.us in 1889. So we live Tto see the blessed day and it must surely he a source Of satisfaction to every one who yves in Southern Alberta, no matter who they are." "Aunt Zina" refers to the great advantage the Temple will ho in the midst of the people of Alberta, and admonishes them to' save every dollar that when the time comes they: may be able to enter 'into the Temple and do work for their honored dead. The Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church^ met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. H. Mcln-^ -tosh. The ladies present were : Mrs. Amos, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Hodgson, Mrs. Cavanaugh, Mrs. Savage, Mrs. Tait, Mrs. Best, Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Greensides, Mrs. Smith, Miss Arott-ibaild, Mrs. MiSIntosh. The usual'sew-> ing was done. The ladles have a.lot of matei;ial on hand'which they are rapidly making Into serviceable articles which will be sold and the proceeds go into the funds of the Aid. ,The organisation is a great help , to the church in a financial way. Anything large that is- undertaken usually comes from this live company ol women. A representative of the Herald called at the Creannery this week and was shown through by Manager Mcr In tosh. Several improvements are under way, which when completed will add to the working efflcioncy of the factory. One of these is a means by which cream can. he handled between the storing and curing vat and the churn without the use ol palls or other vessels. Racks are being.., .installed for the new bottles to be used In composite testing of or^am-^ An ofBce Is being fitted up in the creamery and oheoks may be .had without the.patrons Roing down town. The whole is .receiving a thorough .;,reno-' vating, preparatory to a big season's work. Mr, Mcintosh predicts the biggest year in the history oE the ,insti-' tutlon and says he has. :g6od reasons for believing so. Sergeant Msssey, of the-permanent military staff, at VVinftjpeg,.who Easter Suits Frae Scotlcind Two Minutes of Your Time Will Convince You That Our Display of New Spring Suitings is the GREATEsTeVER ALL WE ASK is that you take a couple of minutes off and visit our store. If you can't do that take a look at the window display. You will surely be convinced that we are giving you the best line of imported Scotch Woolen Suitings ever brought into this city. It is not the materiaFalone that makes the Scotland Woolen Suitings better. There is the fit, the style, the linings the finish and the workmanship. It is a big success every way. Every order receives prompt attention and will be delivered on the shortest possible notice. Your Choice of Material Made-to-Order or Overcoat NO ONE THING ABOUT OUR BUSINESS, WE HAVE NO ELASTIC SCALE OF PRICES. THE CUSTOMER GETS THE CHOICE OF ANY GOODS IN THE HOUSE AND IS ASKED BUT $20 FOR HIS SUIT OR OVERi COAT, MADE TO ORDER, You take no chances. The cloth is here in thousands of yards and you take your choice. Artists, tailors, cutters uniting: to satidy your particular wants WESTERN BLANCHES:: EDMONTON REGINA, SASKATOON. CALGARY LETHBRIDGE 404 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Telephone 1858 (/onduoting a school tor instruction in sighalling here, told the H'era.ld tor day; that he is particularly pleased with the corps of boys from the public school. They are raaking excellent' progress and showing the result 6t some drilling which they have received at the public school. , The niglit cla^s for men is also' doing nicely and Sergt, Massey will stay ojit the full tout weeks which he intended to, spend here when he came. :?Mr. Pentz, of Du.Bois, Pa., who'la here- in 'the interests 'of the naphew:: of,ithe founder ot his home^ town in connection with the sale of stock and implements at the Sykes farm eait otiitown, Informed, this paper, that he is,iw?f>;. still hopeful'-tb^t" tUe -Lothbridge^^Matyfteld branch of theCN.R. wiU come into Cardston. Mr. Buchanan, member for .Medicine Hat, In; a strong plea made in the House of Commons the other day, Insisted that the line ."should touch the town instead of going-some: where near' it. . A cradle-roll departnicnt has i,been organized in connection .�with 'the Sunday sohool'ot tlie. Presbyterian church in Cardston. .,Mrs. W. J. SaVr,; age is superintendent, ^AIL the babies of the church will boJpMoHed in the Sunday school when ;the,work of g�tih-; erlng them In ,1s ooroiplete. � Ueufc.-Go]. J.T.Fotherljigham of Toronto was elected ppesident 'Ipf tho Aimy Medical' Corps,'a's^qoiatlo�.,i'A;J; KING BOUGHT A HOUSE FOR SON London, March 7.-The Pall Mall Gazette says the King has purchased ' Stafiord house as a future residencei, for the Prlnce of 'Wales. : The King did not feel' that � ha^ ' -^^^ could afford to keep Stafford house'" ^or his son, but a strong hint was put " ' 1 out that the labor and sodiallat 'm^m-rs ind lauoieravan^ ilncreas'e'd'.wa'gfei.'' ' ' ' ;