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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiirsclay, Maich 13, 1013 THE I.ETMRIBGE DAILY HERALD baron.de forest Vary rich;and'decidedly good look-Inti)! vyboiiOi-re]Bctlon from the Reform clut} ,of rilotidon, Eng., on sundry .gi;ound8 whenh^ applied for member-hipr cau�ed. the.resignation from that Institution of Rt. Hon. Winston Churoh-ill and; 9ther cabinet minlstert. NO DEUCE OF . FIRST lilAGE MRS., NEWBiaGlNQ IS HER NAME AND THAT IT WILL RE-. MAIN . On aocount ol Inauflloient evidence ^� to the validity of the marriage hfylth Klohard Turnleden, Mrs. Mow-l)UfSl�afr charged with bigamy^ wa# discharged by' Judge Winter In the BlatrlQt Oourt yesterday afternoon. ; The wUnesaes wore Rev. McMillan, who performed the ceremony on Jan. 87, whisn MeWblttgltig terKlsIe Kline, the-defondailt," were married; ^r. li. :H. ']?^wler, who bad engaged Qlsle KHao dooiemtjo, and, Richard Tur-alsd^Si. . �, , Attorney for the orown waa H. W. ahtirdf,''and ior'the defBJnoe; t.:rA. Smith. . � ; , ; � : CITY AND DISTRICT A Milk Rjvep Huatler li. J, Qulnn, ot Milk River, spent yesterday In the city. ..... Off to the 'Hat � Mr. ,J. J. GlenjBter, manager'ot Metals, Ltd., lett-last night fop Medicine Hat.. . . Will. Meet Tonight , , . frha- ex69Utlve,.of the Kentish asao-oiation will meet this �eT�nlng, at_8 o'qlqclc'ln the office of the secretary'.  , "..Op" His Way Home �Neli Staifcer, of Grafisy Lake, passed,'tJhrpugh the city today on Ms return from Calgary. -----------Real;'Etrtafte Boosters Jas. E. Rellly, W. P. Brooke and a P^rts; OJf_CRjgary.,realty lavestors,.went sputjb to.Great FaU|| thla morning. Known CatOe Buyer .D. Balooysld, one of the best Icnown Ittd*pend6nt c^.ttlQ buyers in thieVest,' Is In the eity today on a buying tour. "Vl^tlrig Editor -Mr. L. D.V^ttiwy, editor of the Wawwi- Recwd, camc In from the Stfuth last-night. . ... edited. by "ino", PHONES Offlee 1224' Resr ..... How oH�we trouble.tfoKrpw, And suffer mental pain,' Conjuring clouds tomorrow While yet no sign ot rain, Future gloom toircboding . At night on pillows toss, In tear of overloading' The bridge we do not cross. From road there is no turning That we can see just! how, Trouble ahead discerning, ' To avoid we Unoi* not hoAV* And so' we roU: and tumble'  At night, witlii ^eep-a lossi . And hear the distant .runtble  "On bridge'wff do'-notrcross,- : We see no silver lining: : ' '� � On clouds our,faj)oy.,,i>aints,y. No stars through rltts are aWning, , Blackness our path �att'ainsr When daylight Shows' dur"tolly' We then may'count tlitf dost. Passing streams of' melanOtibly, The' bridge � \(re'li�v#'n'p't',cifos4ed. i-^Anon. * -�*=,'��-�..; V,-' Hostesses. tomorrow :Tr Mrs. W. C. Ives. ; - ' Mrs...;. D. IXfeLeod, ai9; Sixth Ave. A.,S; ; , . ,* � " . Not receiving ] tomorrow, Mrs. J. B, McKay; � ' ", ' *,  : Senartor L. Cf.'De'.'Veber'is expected honie for tte Easter holidays.' Mrs. W, S. Bali an4 children lett! j'eaterday for &Ieflicthe''iHat to spend a lew ciiys visiting' )ti;ien4�' . * * Mrs. D. J. Hay'p ^friends will be sqrjcy to kncTO^i.j'tiiiitfsl^e Kf-^y with eyeftrouble. * '*  Miss Violet Bddjr/of_the' fekhardt company, is" a'"'guesl'~f6r'"l&e" week with Mrs. William Clearyv panied the bridegroom toward th? altar, and anuongst otliers present were Queen Victoria, Queen Alexandria, the present King, the present Kaiser and the King and Queen of the Belgians.  * � Luella Simons entertained a number of her girl friends on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her birthday. Games and music wiled away a pleasant hour for the quests, who Included Lucy Nourse, Alberta Odette, Anastasia Skeith, Kathleen Ball, Euth Broad, Marv Higin'ootham, Mu-Jicl Higlnbotham,' Phyllis Sclialkle and Avis Staccy. The birthday suppor was very datji-ty; the table being centred with the candle garlande4 birthday cake. * *  Miss Preston and fifteen ot her pupils in Domestic Science were -the-hostesses . ot a sumptuous glx-couise -dinner in the manual training school last evening. The tables were.exceedingly pretty, the color scheme of white and yellow being, expressed in immense shower^ of golden daffodils and yellow place cards, to which were attached! individual conceits ot the chosen flowers, while the soup sticks at each place were caught with yellow ribbon. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mr^, R. P. WallaOB, Dr. and Mrs. Wv S. Galbraith, Mr. and Mrs. C. B, Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. .Flefotwood, Mr. and Mrs. .1. D- Higiubothaim, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. McKillop,..Mr. and Mrs. E; V. Dboley, Mr. and'Mtrs, .1. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. A; Hamilton, Mr., and Mrs, Bailey.iand. representatives ot the press. � : The menu served left . absolutely nothing to be desired and Wfts a particularly fine tribute to Miss. .Ptes-ton's ability in teaching domestic science, tor the viands were prepared Mr. and Mrs. Herron, Fourteenth; and served entirely by the pupils un- St., returned yjiHterday froip a visit to" " Stratford' �-and'' vOt^flt' Ontario points. ' - Mrs. J T., GraK^^ 'is roc&veriag rapidly from her'recent illness and expects to be a))le to eopie' downstairs tomorrow, Mrs. Edwards; 'Albeita representative of the National: Counoit ot Women, who addreaaed the Womani's Civic club this ftea-oon is ' ft guest loofcing very damty in with Mrs. Arthur Pefd While.: in the; caps and aprons. They city. ^ - - � �'    Mr. G. D. Sloane, ot Cayley, couple of days with Mr. and. D.,. A..Slnjpgon, eR route honie frpm :j deli' 'iia^ef a-visit jit his old honie i� Ontario. Mr. and Mrs... T,  PWlUPiS, of Cranbrook,, are. the guest? of the tor-j mer's sister, the Misses PhltUps, 13th St., for a couple of naonths. The Misses , Phillips are- also , entertaining Mrs, Henry Phillips-, Of-Brocket, for a lew days.. dcr her supervision. It cotisisted of tlie tollow'ing courses � ' Tomato Soup Soup Sticks Rice Crotiuettes Cucumher VeJal Cutlets, Green'Peas Mashed Potatoes '.. ' ^ " Tomato Salad and Olives' oii Lettuce Lemon Ice in Orange Cups . Salted A'lmonds Divinity Black Coffee. ' The pupil^, who "had prepared tbe dinner, served the viands faultlesslyj their siibw^ included - tjhe Misses Murtel McLeod, Helena S^rtvp-Eon, EfTie Wallace, Kathleen Tcrrill, spent jviahol Lloyd, Donna, Murpay, Mildred i^Iimteions, Lilian Bailey, An.na Wo-Keith, Ruth Matsdnj! Gladys Williams, Myrl D'Haga?,; Mat-i garet McKiUop and Marjorie Higiii--botham. ,.  - , .. After dinner the usual .gpeectj- es , were . in order, Chairman Walliace presiding. The speakersj who included Messrs. Galfjrajt^^ Hig-t inbofiam, Morgan, Bailey, Wodell, Hamilton and Wallace, all. apoke' of their enj,oyment of the excellent meal Prussia, the ceremony taking place at ^^.^ of thanks to all, who had con- trbJrASe*j\tsSa^^^^^^^ t� ~ �� ^-^^ bishops and nine, lesser'Clergyi The lato King Edward and his-brother, the late:Duke ot-iBdmbuighj' aocom- "W. J, Glass andi.L-S. Gowo, of-Mao-!�p(Jy-In ,(jhe city today, attending tb9v-8�gslon �ot the Board of Grain Ca�HjJlBBloniei�; ; ; i'jr^ohool Board Tonight 'rii& pos.tpqaad regular maetlng. of thegohooj Sqi^tfln*1918, 19 being figured on by tl^^proyluetat good roads departmei); W;. Ai �MorCLean, provlncJar en^jtite'er of j>lgijw.s.yp;. �aid-''tliftt. 'i;be -yprk .wp^ld etwf early" In the spring,' and'^t-^i) tftouB^nd;;' men will be needfdl' ;Th^: TOon/ej^I'Tirjin. i)c spent- In twenty counties COUGHS JtiCOLDS the,, affair � wliile Dr. Galbraith seconded.^heipo-t tion, and heedless to.say, it cairiei unanitnously. . - , :. ,: The whole idea- of serving such, a' dinner was a most happv way of convincing .the board of eduQatioiVrbO" yond the shadow of a doubt of the great things, that can 4nd' arfr'heing' accomplished in this., new 'tiranch- of education in L6thbridgc. �=-.....   �-..��� The Westminster Ladies.' Ard'hcld-ai well attended meeting at the home.Dt; Mrs. Heighes. The next fltteen'^oent 'tea willbo held at the home pf Mrs. Heighes on March lUthj. wBen Mr*.; Heighes will be .assisted by "Mrs.; Bricker anif Mrs, H. Ingram.- . . The ladios decided. Xa qiganiae A sewing'circle and Prepare for a sale at some later date. ... Dainty refreshments -were served iy the hostess at the close of tifo eVen^ Ing.. � '  - ; .- DISTRICT NEWS ST. KlliDA St. Kflda,-March 11.-Mr.: ahd'^MrB. K "W.  Applebe - have been" the-guests of Mr., ana Mrs. "William' Ktrig the �past week....... ' � H�nry Webster goes to Gre^t Ffells on Monday. ;-.Mr. and' Mrs. AVllllam Paiirotfs 'little girl Kathleen, while in Great Falls cohtracted'. diphtheria and after s6m� days of suffering succumbed to Mhe dreadful- disease. Mr. and Mm Parrott h^ve .th* heartfelt sympathy of. all who kno-w them. . � � � Mr,; and Mra.'.'Wi F. Webfit�r are e-xpected home from the coast la a few days. smartI , striped cojito?#a[*'j!8(;j|1iV^i* e^rly, , , sprlng'Wfean. .a15ii.-i�tpl|�d...;s*![�.fit^ Is-'graro songs �ndi reoit^tlpus was i - " ' . rende-fod. At'the olosi6 of the nter.* FROM 2-15 March 11.-The debate atfdi entertainment at 'the Sleepy Hollow aolioolil house-on Monday ntght wa*--w'aU at; tended. The ciuestl'on, resolyed That the pulpit exerts moref Influence'for God 'than the press, w^ S^9tiit^, and the Judges, deol'ded tn^'faiV&r-of J the-afflrmaMv*, Aflier.tUe d�l)at� j^n Intarestinr-W"- ft Welcome Bargain News For Friday and Saturday Shoppers Men, women and cliildren can all find interesting news in our This Week-end Bargain L'ist. Tiiere are things to eat, things to Avear and things for the home, all priced so niiioh below their regular good value selling prices, that will undoubtedly make a steady stream of thrifty shoppers wend their steps towards the Hudson's Bay Stores on Friday and Saturday. Head on- j--;. , In the Ladies' Dept. on Second Floor $3.98 LADIES' BATH ROBES Those beautifully warm and cosy full length Bath Robes or Dressing Gowns, made from Wool Eiderdown, in cardinal old rose, or grey, also some In those daintily patterned blanket cloths, in a host of. pretty color combinations, trimmed ' with satin and long silk girdle. Slses 36 to 42. Regular up to 16.50 for................ LADIES' TAILORED WAISTS In pretty and durable white vestings, made up In plain tailored shire style, with soft double collars and cuffs; all sizes. Special CI 1R each..................... ^ I � 13 CHILD'S DUTCH ORESTES Cute little dresBBB and aprons made : ot white Indian Head, edged around neck , -and sleeves with deep band in navy, and have cord and tassel to match. Ages 2toG. Regular to $1.80. 93c Ladies' and Children's Underwear and Hosiery LADIES' VESTS Ladles' Plush Lined Vests In white or natural; correct medium weight, for between season's wear; all sizes; 50o value for.............. 29c LITTLE QIRLS' DRAWERS 24 pairs only, pure wool drawers In white or natural; sizes for little tots of three years. Regular 666. To bo cleared at................. 15g LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S HOSE A limited quantity only, being a cleanup la all odd lines, from our hosiery department. Ladles' colored lisle, Child-rans' lisle and pure wool cashmere hose, In blacks, tans and brawns. Regular 35c., some as high as 11.00. All to go at................... 22c Ladies' Neckwear We have planned a big cleanaroe In our neckwear department, in White Jabots and Stocks, all correct styles for pre'aent > wear, former values were up to $1.00, but to Jiurry them out we place them, all on sale Friday and Saturday, each 20e Pure Silk Taffeta Ribbons Just fancy, a pure silk taffota ribbon, Inches -wide, in a nice medium heavy quality and In a specially bright Instrous finish. Your choice oa Friday and Saturday In hlttck, white and' every wanted 1 flf^ shade at, per yard............... lUw Ladies' Hand Bag� luadl^s' Soft Velvet Finish Su�id� Ledtb^ Hati^' Bags, In Bteefe, t*tt or ^ey, MaeBj Mi� mounted oii Ollt AscitQl Irame 4iif i, thj poiittlai? loBg.dord ftasdlB. ewo*!/' value In regular wstjc at SSe, On Frf- AtLmk ' � day and Saturday,, only.......... �fiiMJ' Rubbers will be Snapped Up Quick at These Prices Reallglng that many will be needing rubbers for wear  tlila � sloppy w6ather, we have decided to help; you out In the matter of price for children's I'School rubbers ot our usual^sat-is^actory and dependable makes. 'ttXXiti Boys', slzei J'tg h,. rag. 75c, for____.. PUIS Misses'' '^%s N*|2Crt CHrls' sizes, 5 to 2; reg.i'Wf^-.VWl* to 10%, 55q 0 45c Men's $5.50 Boots For $2.2$ Men's Blucher Cut  Boots in Patent, Viol and Gun Metal; welted soles. Some Unes^ lined, others lined with fine soft leather. A full range of slz^s and styles, suitable for ^ve�y conce'lvable kind of wear.. Regular $4.50, %%, and $6.50 values, 'all at $2.25 Groc#y Bargaiii$'Worthy of the Attention Of Every Housewife in the City CANNED SALMON Libby's famous brand of Alaska Soofeeye Salmon; there may be fin^. brands, but we have failed' to locate t3iem. Full regulation size '9'|a can, each \......... �� I G CREAMERY BUTTER Made and guaranteed by the Alberta Qovernment; the highest standard of flfC^ quality. 2ffia lor ... . BfU.'.-day and Saturdayper H^jjl'''''- A Leadbr tn We W'flMly rtc:^lVIiiit'>4\tlft�^^ from thd'-jtattetlftfe 6�'tb^-^ifBiBiBad--^ ou�. ad.Y8nc6^ liiflw^ ioacl^'dfa prices, oi! All efti^ ajtdf-' but w*-go#-tlrf9 Ifiw ffSr�^ tae^^; going to give the Lethbrldge peoj. ' pie the benefit of our lucky pur-^ ehase. These seta are ojt.a jllq?''.  medium'qiiallty semf-poroelalni wta4 with blue or green floral deoo)pa�/ � ttons. The sat aonslBfis of; �. 6 cups and aawcers a- Dinner Flates $ Squ]^ Plates 6 Lqneb Plates 9 Fruit Dishes 2 Iplatters. '1 ^9%Am Ttaidftfi 1' Sduce BbSit 1 SosiHaBi I Bovl 1 ardam Jlu�, Set Complete foi^S4��f^; These Specially Priced Items in Mebti^is;^^ aind Bays' Weitr Men's Flannelette Shirts ,.-Made from hard -wearing and J fast color imported Flannelettes , cut large and roomy and made with turn do'wn collars. All; .'sizes. Regular 75c line. Fri- day and Saturday  at 4Sg Men s -Sweaters Coats A clean ud of this season's stock in Man's Wool Sweater Coats, made from pure wool yarns,, in good � BAUB QOOOS MAY NOT BE EXCHANGED OR HAD ON APPROVAL. " ' ' I ' ^ . ... " I 111! Mil .1. lNllhlllllll.1 > THE 1? Hudson's Bay %^res LINEN HLICI^' .1 - TQV^EUft Tan dozttti ontjr, ngt' Wnen l>l��oK�d; 'SMlsif^ ftttaelt TWafr, ife'*' good -iisafttf * lidn. I very becoming.' itai�jn.ent cake, coffee^ and sandwiches T?ere" served by the ladles of the district. All, even the bachelors, ra-turned home at an early hour wltb both mind and body well filled with good things. A United Farmers aasoolatlon. was oj-gt^nlzed at the Two-Fifteen school htougg Tuesday, March 4. QeorgS Biyr-'ro*s was elected president aad iTft Rc^u^e secretary. . lT}>e organizer of the U. F. A. form-.fd,^;% union at thr 'Sleepy Hollow scjjqql bouse, on Wednesday, March 5-,t4 farming eoromunity In th� south Js.now well organized andi we hope: i^v^'^will be able to acoomptlsb much .pr^^neflt to the tarm�rs during the ^p'c^ljtig year, ... , ,, WJlllam Klndw, siftrtdd for Hi� ,r�tbaad Valley in Montana, Friday,  ;i*lfl6 A,nna TowloUiv oC .jUlnfjeaostti Js- visiting her, l^rfytliars, G�pj;ge apd^ :''?J!4U�' Rachel Barrows of Saakatohe- ATftn is here Visiting -tter hrdther, Mi*. George Barrows, ^d sister, Mrs. j. M, Atwnson; KNAPPEN \Knappen, IVJaroii It.-Mrs. Joe Bar-nay has batnr,v^)i pick for ih� past two-w^slfs ftn4 gr?.xe feara h�v� been entertained' by Ifsr' ..many friends fr haf'rtcoveryV' �' '�. A. J^. ICnapven,^ of lietbbridge; nr at hoDM witlli bl� fjfbmlly and sh*kl�g hands with- j^^ishib^rs oiv^ .mora, Wllllftm. Hwisaljr^y an4^ fUf.� qult�ipro^4rOV(5B tfe� l^^r^va^ qf a t�H- pouad 4ftU4[iiWr � *b�i'r,i�om*- , . P�I Saturday.^ tfeif 8^lx, a stF�{iKeF oftgMijfilyKBra titWJJ *f'muUetbrpvtU tW� (J sriH^,t|ift'.JBjeJ| prs-parleg (qp �ee*lt% thte.(j|�riBft^ tWS' ioeaHty. v - \';v t . �, , Tive dan^ giifej),