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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ^uesflay, March 11,1913. THE LETHEKIDGE DAILY HERALD ,jirtg�tlv'er\*are it ia bQ'tlicb^nbmy and �r flats that Wtan" jrikplu first In quality and h*f,b^n best for over 60 ireata., Made in the ]i�a^liit grade of plate._ Mia bri�*real old-timer, having come to Calgary whea It was only a Hudson's Bay-post, and when a' wh Ite man was a;- scarcity in the n.ed Deer- district He was with the EngM?hi troops tin-'th^ Riel Rebellion; and W8 a major Invthe-Bngllsh army^ in. Asia,I.India.and-Russia.: .He wasi mad^ a priest In 19H; and �devoted-hla time, to Immigration and coionlza-,, i tlon problemti'affecting Canada, To thoroughly acquaint hlmselt. with con-; dttions, he went -to; Austria, Oalicia, Polaad, Russia and- Germany, to study the.;.people,n.oustoms and languages; and speaks nearly all of thg languag-! 88 .nUently.. '.Bpon his return h� was appointed by the Archbishop ol Qufr- ]t)e'ibfHhe/asBOolation is "Pro Deo et'-Pfttrla."-"For God' and Country';; � the- qfejeot Joeing to d r�ct th� Catholic l&�ft^ai�'tk=;to.';oeWres::Wltier^tih�y can Ijest- devielop; to, help fedmera se- >eu*e( lodaitloiie, arid laborers to ;find . Tbe opganliation has branches ail over 0�ffl'4.'da.^^fp(>m St: John's to Van-oouvof. In'1912, at .qiuebeo alone, '26,-950 immigrants'-were received. The worlB8ir� ' In; oomxe'cyon � with thc -as-poolntrlon^-iare'ali MlUntary.-   Father Otwgrartn said that it was th�lr aim* to bring the people from BurppB who -would oajalte the best oltl-jsentB an -Oatia-d-a;, aiid to disoouraga the miafltBifrom coming. The" org'ariiaation' l6 doing a wonder, ful work ^or.- the country, and Fathei-CaBgraip^Siad'dra'sB last was a treat.' Theimeoilngiwas very well attend-���(ed. BIG GRAhr'FOH STATE RAILWAYS Berlin, 'March 11.-The Prussian government today introdu.ced in the^ Diet a bdll 'authorlslng-loans amounflng to H?8ieoo,000 .for state rallwttys. The principal -,l.t(jmp. are:, New lines and additional tracks'$27,5013,000; build.^ IngBi $25rOOO(06o;H-rollIng stock, .?47>-BOO.OOO. Ladies af Culture and Eefiliemen^ wse Sahia Hair Toiilc. It Malves tUe IJiijlr.Beautiful. At last a remedy' has been disoOv-ered that will positively destroy this pest.. Thq^t Daiidruff is caused by germs ' Is acdepted'by" ievefy sensible pdrson. Dandr.uffiia .the, root . of all hair evils,' SA'L-VlA �will-, kill the dandruff germs and j-emove''Dandruff ,ln. ten days or money b^ck. The' FrartJi Hedley Drug Co., guar; aitteefi it. It will grow hair, stpp ltcihln�:'-falling'bolr, and make tiia hair, thick and -ajjundant. It pre' veijts half .'from" turning gray,' and adds life and ^litftrfi, SALVIAUB.i'X�vlr.4vS38ing that has become the,'favorite � with women of taste,and j;;(iUvii"e,--virhoVJcpow th^ ^o-� clal,.Value'.6f beautlftil ha'lr. 'A large Mne'i'ouB '..bbltlei o�(t^ ;only 50c, at loading.druggists'fev'orywhere and in Lethbridge by^/tTfte . Frank Hedley mi'i? Pq;. ,.Tbg,.w9rd "SATjyiA" (Lat-tli hundred miles for treatment by Friendmann. Her par--ents' both � died from;tuberculosis, and she showed .signs df thB-\-diseasc. He accepted her for'tre^tniTent. .Seventy paitiejnts had beeii^-!ascp)b1lbd by the Royal Edward Institute: authorities, and Friedmann made- his - own choice from tliese for the- clinic. Sixty invited physiqians'witriessod the injection of the serum into 80 patients. Dr. Friedmann'announced'that its et-'fect would ho' noticeable in-va fortnight. Immediately after, vtheconplu-sion of the dfnic .ho^ was - e'ntertaiuod to lunch by Colonel ;-vBurland', the leading' medical nlbh ihithe-city were also guests, ;)tpgp1iheBv-wiih..',tbe, German consul, . . MUST STAY IN'JAIL Columbus, Cr^Mfjruh, 11.-"Fhe au premft court today, refus.ed-a nevy tt-ial to former state'sflnatorGeor^*) K. Ce-hohe, of-Daytohi :un?ler spntence to serve three yeark-i;} the penitentiary ii) ..conpeoUon .-nflth. .tijie, feov^rnment bribery .cases, % " First Lawyer-*!, hear you ^'re hav-ing trouble in gBtiins"a;'(lury. for that autpmotille ,cB,se.-r f-.Vi:,/^,t�Wffe^;, , �^�\ Second Lawyer.^Yk'. '':^^e-tfj)3eet to everybbdy who, owij,s',;,j^-.qAv',',and tho other- ^Ide rules ovfi aJlCivho'jdqn't- PHONES Office 122* Res. 1115 Mfs. F. E. Fisher was able to.be up yesterday for the first time sinfce her -Illness. * * * ilev. TV p. 'I'erry, who la in Calgary, expects, .to. return home tomorrow. � � * Miss Pendergast, of the Qarbutt Business CoIIese staff, is resigning her position at the end of-the month. Miss Pandergast will take a position in Calgary. ..... '�'.**�.' �> Mr. W. Williams and Mr. Lloyd Williams were week-end visitors in ths city en route home to Gait, Ont., from a trip to -yancouver. .* � * 7  . Mrs. H. J. Goode will airlve'home tomorrow morning from .Minneapolis, where she has been visiting en route home from the east, where she spent the winter. � * � The Ancient Order of Foresters, Court Star o[ Lethbridge,' No. 8095, have issued invitations to a dance, to be hold on the evening of Friday March 14th, in the Sons of .England hall. *   Mrs. F. J. Gumming, wlio leaves oi Thursday tor her future home in Minneapolis, will be honor guest of. a thimble tea, which wiil claim Mrs. Joseph .lackson as hostess tomorrow. Only a few of Mrs. Cumming's most intimate friends are bidden. * �� � � ' Miss Stone, of Vancouver, -arri-ved this afternoon to visit Miss Helen Murray. * *  Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ott are.Tejolc-ing over the birth of a son on Frldoy last. * � * Lord Prank Scott, who has been one of H.. R. H.'s A.D.C.'s, for a time., has left fpr England, to rejofn his Mgiraent. * * * C. F. .Tamieson, editor of the. Morning Times, Medicine Hat, was a visitor in the city tolay. �..*� Mr. and Mr. The Guild of St. Mary's oliurch ipet yesterday afternoon with eight members present. The ladies decided to hold a cake and apron sale on April 3rd and a social in the evening. In the-parish hall. ; . The "navy blue" side of St.- Cyprian's Psarish auxiliary, will hold a. pantry sale on. Friday, from three to six at the home of Mrs, ,T.;W. Bart-lett, 301 Seventli avenue, south! A SPRING WALKING GOWN Of Superior Shantung-the hew qf the sltirt and tunio'ornamented With a boullllonee of the same, ' -The W. H. M. a. of Knox church will hold a .Rummage Sale on Tuesday, March 18th. The ladies will be grateful If any member or friend of the congregation, who has old clothing boots and shoes or cutlery, will kindly send same to Knox cliurch on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday of this week. The ladles wish all donations to be in not later than Thursday aft'er-nooii, as the pride crommittee wish to mark the articles on Thursday evening.' * * � The A. Y. P. A., of St. Cyprian's church held a splendid mu.sical evening last night, a goodly number being In attendance. The feature of the evening was a reading by i\ii-. R. G, Straker, from the Overseas Mail, on the-Scott, tragedy in the Antarctic, The' reading was cleverly illustrated by blackboard drawings, which proved intensely interesting. ..\n impressive laocount of the memorial service at St. Paul's was given. 'The lollowiug program was also well rendered: Piano solo-^Ivs. \Vadilfnt;ton. Solos by Mr. Sydal, Mrs. Wellington, Miss Darlington, Mrs. .1. Morgan. A Victrola supplied pleasing selections during the evenniK. Owing to next week, being Passion week, no meeting will b'e held, but on Easter Monday a social wiil bo in order.  � � Not-enough merabeis present to constitute a "quorum resulted in the postponement of' the regular monthly mee,ting of the Women's Relief society, which Was to have been held yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Rigby gave a donation.of $20 .resulting from- the sale of a table cloth, which went to the fortunate holder of ticket No. 27. The following- is the nurses' report: Report of District and Relief work for February, 1913: Number of patients attended 28 Calls, professional ............ 95 Calls, friendly..................132 Calls,, business and .investigation 19 iTotal- ...........:......246 Hours spent at school ........ 22 Clothing has been received from Mrs. McKerricher. One family has been given clothing, one woman given financial assistance, flowers given to one patient. The Nurses Registry has had two calls for nurseSi'l^dth of which were supplied. . Festivities in cmpiection with the celebration of the'lSrtiiVersary of Knox church were held last night, in a most enjoyable, congregational social. A delightful program was given, Rev, A. G. Cameron presiding. - Mr. Layton was (the- first to be called on,v for a violin.solo, which greatly pleased.- ; i-i,: � �" /Miss S'imm followed .with a delightful solo. St. Andfews church, in the person of its pastor. Rev. Mr.- Bryan, extended its - heartiest congratulations on the successful services'-being held,, and the progress represented. -j-, TwovhumorouB recitations were con-tribu&ted by Mr. Gibson, and. Miss Galvin rendered a solo ^that called for an'encore, � . '�Rev.' Mr. A'itkirl,'-. of Hardleville church expressed his good wishes and mentioned that .Knox church had a hiat^ry behind it, and just as surely Jiad^a future before it, .'"Mrs. A. G. Cameron and' Mrs, W. J, Nelson next gave a njuch appreciated piano duet', jihd encore, which ended the program/ Refreshments were served by the'ladies,* and a general-social time was'held. l^HE' BLVGLING : BEOi HERS CIRCUS the;' y. m, c. a;' darnum and dailey bunch have bar. ,,;NUM & bailey backed OFF the 'map ' The citizens of Lethbridge; and es-liBciaily these- iatorcJtod in the'Y, M, 0, -a', are- looldng forward with, the greatest expectations to the big circus whiQh will be held next Friday evening in the Majestic Tlieatre, There will'be over one hundred boys and men, taking part In this production, and they have been training fo-r weeks and there 'will be something to amuse and interest eve'ry, 'one, including drills, marches, horizontal baj- work, parallel bar, and many other features never before presented in Lethbridge, The Special. Juniors .will give an exhibition of mat wprk and- tumbling. The Juiiiors wand, (li'lll^nd pyramids,, ^he employed boys and intermediate boys,will be seen �in'ladder,pyramids-, and these bovs ,wiU .'furnish most of the' clowns. Senior smembers; are dot ing the work, on tlie horizontal and parallel bars,' . ' -' ' � Singling Bros,' olrcjis wili-be somd show,' It is not a travelling tr'ojipe, but all the artists are home grpwn. It 'the great public .reniembexs , pre^ vloUB drcuEes pulled toff by the '"ST" boys no further urging to attend is n'eeded. A New Feature in the Carpet Dept. SPECIAL CUT-TOORDER CARPETS Read Of The Particulars- In order Hiat we might Jjc able lo give our patrons the maximum amount of service possible, we have made arrangements with one of the largest . factories to supply us with u complete set of samples of their total output in Brussels and Wilton Carpets. These samples ate now on view in our spacious show rooms and among them you may .select with ease, desigris suitable for any and every room in the house and in such an immense range of beautifully blended colorings that you will cx|}eriencc ao dilllcully in selecting Carpei.s tliat will blend harmoniously with your interior decorations. A large stock of these lines is maintained at flie- warehouse, so that when you have made your selection, a rug hi ay be made up in any desired shape or size and delivered to you in less than two weeks. Brussels $ 1.25 to $1.85 yd Wiltons $ 1.SO to $2.50 yd You are welcome to come and inspect this range, No matter if you contemplate a purchase or not THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES Woodrow Wilson's birtli place and residence of the president of the United States ^ ^ GET IHE ALL - OTHER HIGH SCHOOL DEBATERS DEFAULItED TO LOCAL ORATORS Through the failure oi the other, lugh schools, in the province to: meet the Lethbridge High' school debating' team on the platform: the Rutherford cup, emblematic of the debating championship of. high schools in this prov-, ince becomes tlie property, of the Lethbridge schools for this year, without-'Lethbridge having had- to make oven -one try torn.. To obtain it in � this manner is not altogether, satisfactory to the pupils of the L. I-l. S. for they would have preferred fightins; it out and letting tho best team win. However, Medicine Hat; and -Claresholm defaulted - m the .south, leaving the local team the v.'in-ncrs in Southern .Mbcrta. At the' ln.st-, meeting of the-sGhooi board the secretory was authorized to advance the local debating team money to 'go to Strathcona to meet the winners of tlic northern section. However, word has been received that Btraitlicona also has backed out, and Lethbridge takqs the cup by default and without, a Ught for it. The trophy is a hand-; some one, and will certainly be de-; bated'tor next winter, . ENGLISH FAMILIES orange grand lodge Windso-r, March � 11.-^The ' fifty-fourth apnual convention of the Provincial' Grand Orangfi Lodge opened today, beginning with a session of the Black Preceptory, It will probably be the � largest , provincial grand lodge ..ever held^ in Ontario, as ssven or eight hundred delegat.6.s are expected. POND COMING TO CANADA TO TRY FpR FORTUNE IN NBW LAND � Lonond; March 11. - .^\s'~alfeady state in previous cable; T, ddsflsitchos, the Derbyshire Village oI;;TDbvchOles is emigrating bn a wlioleSale scale'.J;o Canada, Tile little town ^ of QuUonip-!,| ton, Devonshire, is , now seizbd nv|,th the Canadian fever. One resident '^,is just taking his family of six-vands-'an'-otiier a family of Ave. �^fo4e^ver'than iifty-three residents ot this, tiny tovvn laro leaving: for :Canada' - during, i, t'he current^ month. Twelve outr ot'-; the twenty-two ships bound for .Cahadi thii � mpnth -a're; alreadsj^ (iiiite,-! full,f,i'5 \\ ----;-- ' \ GETTING RBADVj.'tTO BUILD , Smith Bros, & "Wllaon have'men' busy today clearing off .the -site;;"fori the new Wesley Methodist Ctiurdh.'S The X- M, 0.,A, will bo oompWa'h..;�.oa. fe;t^^..aht-^lr- .f^P^^Ur SuUcn.IVlr*6*W��IA�iV�r, Dr,'Ani,le'Johnsi'ff,;|i|M^L A. Hamilton, Dr IVfiraa et Gordon fncl Mrsr?, ^^^^^^^^'i^^^^ / ^l' ''''''' 91 30 39 ;