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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LEtHlBBTlSfete DAILY HERALD Frlflay, March 14,1913. 2. CLARKE & CO. Phone 453 The LADIES'STORE Acadia Blk, "Fisk Hats'' Just Released From the Customs These are the recognized style leaders (of all American makes and will be ghown tomorrow for the first time in a loVely range of newest and most becom-irij^ 8tj^l Business "The.House of Commons varies its procedure frowi day to day. The order may ohangft'at the request or order of parliament. Private members'  day in a day, on which matters of in-dlvjtlual interest are taken up. Reading and conflrfning of minutes, with such correotioris as members, deem .iiecessary on> hearing ihem tca^-^o discussion follows the teadin's of tjie minutes. "(.2)":'Business'pricing out,of. the ?:eading of~-the m'inutes. ; .'US'). iReports of special and standing commit'teesi'" "(4): Oommiinications and accounts. "(5) Un'nnish^ business. "(:P) Newr-buslness, Motions : �^'All"matters should be presented by iho^tion. Wo all transgress one of the..he8t rules-tliat motions should he in 'writing and bear the name of moyer and � seconder, read froim the plage; of'mover, .handed to -president �nd ^ead our organiziitlons without a .KtJtiten^rj^lef'adopt the procedure as Seoluy^d inniie United States. 'Suoh lij ;;ii)t permissabla unless authorized fty it,' yet ;he has/,eliminated. it: .- 'We often .transgress a rile in motions.. Wo taqto.on our reasons, a lot of 'whereas.' A nxotlon should begin 'Move that,' and the debate will ^iva all'dxpiaiiations. It becomes a. resoKi-tion only after it is agreed to. A motiort to reconsider' oftph' giv�s trouble. Motion of reconsideration is not subject to amendment and must bO'dfsposed of before 'tlie* matter itself is brought on. .Another weakness is the motion to suspend'rules.' It is poor procedure, for nbtBihg holds an orgamization together' llk'e stri'ct ad-1/erence to rules. "Each member speaks only once to a motion except mover. Therefore the mover does not speak, at length at first but at length.later. If:a.member rises to a pointof ordery s,tate it very shortly an'! sit down till: the chair his decided. If the chair niakes a mistake, an appeal can' he made to the general'meeting. Motions of importance should only .be.hioved, alter notice has been given." At the close of ,hiS address the members of th^'^aifdlence asked qiiies-i tions. Showing how deep 'was the in-jterest in the subject.\Mr: Ives � an-,swered the sanfe -with profit to his, 'listeners. ;.7 � -^r' .: Mrs. J^waro's vfiii^^ : . Mrs. Edw'aijiJs, pr^'v/hciat;. vice-president of the.patIon|l'^jeounBil of^'Wo-r nii3n, was inticgduoi:d''>by the,'president of the club arid ;in a hri^t,. interesting speech, she outlined the nature and scope of the National Council of �Women. She mentioned its 1893 ^ith. ,a,,con}mon pl^V :form: on which' all: clubs "and organi- zations, with specific aims, might meet and have an added force and leverage. The idea was to concentrate on a general idea of usefulness to humanity as a whole. She showed how what is true of the national is true of the international, so that its council has a P^e- 1 sident and secretary in each nation, Lady Aberdeen being tlie fust' Cana-4ian president appointed. Mrs. Edwards explained clearly, that the vote of the Council is representative not individual and is an expression of a group of activities, not any one branch alone. She touched brieny on what had been accomplished by the' National Council in connection with white slave 'traffic, the Married 'Wpnusn's Relief Act, the Associated Charities, the Victorian Order of Nurses, the care of the feeble minded, the medical examination of school children, the supervision of play grounds and in the bettering pf laws for women and children. Mrs. Edwards expects to .visit the city early in April, when a mass l^eetinc of the women of the city will be called with a view to organizing a local council. ? A hearty vote of thanks to speakers of the afternoon was uhariimous- 1 ly, passed at the conclusion -of the I meeting. .Steamship A.T.lval-' ' � 'The CP. H. R.M.S. Empress p� Britain reported by wireless east pf Halifax;' due St.' John'SathrdtiV iho'rning; passengers duo TVlnnipeg Tuesday mornlDg,^ and IJethbridge ^Thtirsday morning.'^ ' , li^i';- . ______ Board bf'Tr^de Exeiwive ,:, The Trade' exec�tiye;iiet last night. The meeting �was taken" up principally in a discussion of the manner In which the claims-of thp dlty for an internal elevator should be laid before the Boai'd of C^raln-^iOpnimlSr Siloners at- Edmontoh on Mardh 28.^ ? Face' difflculfries -as they arise ; don't make a sum oE them and 3a.y they are intolerable.-K. F. Benson, � 15 * Most movements are bearable, if only one does not import into them the weight of the future or the regret of the past.-George Elliot, Mrs. L. H. Jeliit, Twelfth St., is expecting her. mother and sister, Mrs. Johnston and Miss Johnston, of Illinois, shortly. �  � Senator De Veber arrived home yesterday afternoon, the senate standing .adjourned until the twenty-seventh of the month.  � �� Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowes, of Winnipeg, are spending a sliort time with the latter's sister, Mrs. F. A. Hart, Second Ave. ,�   The friends of Mrs. G. McQueen will be glad to hear, that she has returned from the hospital, where she underwent a successful operation. �  � � Mr. Kaiser, of the Royal Bank staff, who has been spending his vacation in Winnipeg, Moose Jaw, Calgary and other points, is expected hom'e at the end of the week. *. *  Mrs. Seattle delightfully entertained the Q. T. E. club last evening. I Five tables of iplayers enjoyed the 'game, the trophies being captured by Mrs. Lelliott and Mr. Bernard. ... V Mrs. Vandewater, Seventh St., entertained the juniors, ot Wesley Sunday- school last evening, twenty boy's being present. Games and music fur-I liished a happy evening, the serving ' of inviting viands concluding the affair. " ; , ' -  � * Miss Marion Kijig and Miss .Bessie Patteson entertained at a bright little five hundred and dance last evening at the home of Mrs. C. W. Gray, Fifth St. Three tables were in play, the fortunate favor winners .being Miss Kinf; and Mr;'fDaWson,. while the consolations Miss Patteson and. Mr. Rowley. . Delectable yiands were served by Mrs. Gray, assisted by Mrs. V. E. Green, after which a jolly hop was enjoyed, 'fhose Afe'feent included Miss King,' Miss PattSMT, Miss Gray, Miss O'Hagan, Miss Murphy, Miss Bara^-Sin, Mr. McLawfi>,']!Mr. Ingersoll, Mr. Rowley, Mr. Dawson, Mr. Tibbs and V)t'. Allen. ^:-;* �� , � *�� ' . Rev. T. P. I^erry 'is speiijllng a short timie at Iron Springs.  * . The newly orgMzed-nitxed quartette, which Mr. George Mitford Is conducting, will Ije^^heard in Wesley chufch.for tlio fir%.fime on Sunday their recital, were more than pleased with the results attained, and many indeed were the favorable cam-iments on Mrs. Jelifl's clever and ; thorough training. The improvement noted between this and the last recital was most marked, though only a short time has elapsed. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES eveninfe, : "^isw,^ Mi'ss-iF. r. PhiiSlli'sister of Til.C, Phillips, travelling iu'ditor of the PJ R., left this morning for New The parents of the.piano pupils of Mrsi .L: H.Jeiiff.Lwho gathered at her home last evening ia listen . to The junior brancn of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church win meet at three o'clock tomorrow in the parish room. All young ladles aire cordially welcome. , .   . The monthly meeting of the executive of the Lethbridge District Sunday School Association will be held on Monday evening at the honrc of Mr. J. D. Higinbotham, 612 Twelfth St., S. ' � . , * * The Ladies' Aid ot Wesley church request the, members of the congregation to seqd in the usual donations of fancy articles and home-made cool''' ing for their; Easter sale on Thursday, March 20th, from three o'clock on.  .�  St. Cyprian's church now has a branch of the Woman's Auxiliary, for at the meeting of the Parish Auxiliary yesterday the society decided by a unanimous stahding vote to become afllliated with the W. A., after Mrs. Morgan, had, upon request, read again her paper on "The History of the W, A.; Its' PHvIlcges and Advantages." Rev. Canon McMillen also spoke a' leW words of entourage-raent. Twenty members and one visitor were present,' and the ladies decided to set aside one^tenth of their fuiids to be appropriated exclusl'vely towards missionary appealB. Mrs. Samson, :^Irs. Angus, Mrs. Wolfing'ton and Mts. Morgan will have charge of the. altar decoration for Easter Day. Afternoon tea was served by Mrs. Tuft-and Mrs. Morgan, while Mrs. Mlllen; sr., and Mrs. W. V. McMillen will ba hostesses" of the next meeting.  " : Some fifteen members met at the home'Of .^rs.V. W". H- Conlbeai ycs-;terday afterndcfn lot the regular meeting of the V?. C. T. U., one nfew member being enrolled. "  The'.supetlntehdijnt' of ~ evaiij^eUstlo work gave dp much appreciated pajier on the'way_'to'reach the foreighers in'Canada hy .jlUppIylng,literature for tbose, who cannot read English, �hd assisting them in leading a tempei-aiiei' life'. "She also outlined 'a' 'plSin, by whieh hoh-churoh gowera might be reached " A %U8ihfeB6 ;.imeotlng- then fallowed, and: the ladi�si^*eiacd to ih61d a parlor "iheetifrjg' on:;.Mhrcli 27th: at � the home 'pf. Mrs. Brodle, EWVenth "St,, Deadohess Udy ' Wishing to rtslde nearer the' station on account of night work( the sodiety decided to try to make a,rra!igements to obtain a suite at the '�Victoria -ManslonB for the Dea-C0H6SS1 �' ' ' � " � � � A W;'Ci T. tj; member, who is inactive on) aacount 'of ill-health, contributed $5; to the funds, the same being gtatefuUy leoelved. ' The ladles arei hUsy collecting the money prftihised for the TrahrellWS' Aid'fund aiid are jjusbing the Work rapidlyi :' - ' BIG iEilON � fiEcoia bRQANlZAflONS JOIN FOhCBS-TO 9EGURE ERECTION OP A PUBLIC lllBRArBY TKe Acme of Purity in Laundry Soaps. Those v^hitV fleecy garments, those dazzling white linens, owe the very essence of their cleanliness to Sunlight Soap. One cake: of Sunlight is easily equal to half of .a woman's labor at the wash-tub, saves all the rub and wear and not the slightest injury to.hands or fabric. Just try Sunlight. 5c. a bar. The name'ft^EVER on Soap'w � Guarantee.' of. Hiir^ty' and Excellence. 24 One of theise days the city couftoil Will .^e dwakenedfrom the usual even tenor of Its mfeetlntfs by the pr'es&ftiii� ot a delegation which will break all records for siz4. .'When the Mathesis and�yVoinen's Clvlo Olubs Jdlhed haids for tbc puriiose of Securing a public lifcrary foi* the city they started tibairroiling: Which win be 6f. the snowball type, .growing. larger as it roll& along, jr. B, Hleinbothaiu stated at the meeting of the ^chQol board last night' i.hUt a meeting; oi:. favorable location iu th;^ ol'ty. They are : aluo prepare^ io acospt $26,000 ot more ofAttdifiiw 0a,rn*j[l*'8 bank r^Il-to assist in i)Utiine up'-'th�; building. : scorr^ SHIP , , ,H6mjEWARD B0Uf4D Lyttlatoa, ff,2i., Marob 'I4i-Thw. Terra ^ovai Cap.taifi .^ott'a Antarctic 6hip, sailed for Cardiff yeatM-day* via' th� atfcftitB ot-'M^gelUtt and lillo' jAneirl9.. LADIES' BATH ROSES $308 Tomorrow (Saturday) o LADIES' PLUSH VESTS 29c. Is O LADIES' TAlLORfib WAISTS $1.15 CHILD'S DUTCH DRESSES 99(i. O LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSE 22c. o LADIES' NECkWEAR' 20c. These Tags Tell The Story Of The savings To Be Obtained By Trading At-This Stote Tomorrow 4/2 'INCH PURE S.ILI^ TAFFETA ' RlBiON . . lOc. 0 - LADIES' ;..�UEb'� HANDBAGS 45c. iv^rssiks" CHILD'S AN^ BOYS' - Rubbers 60c, 550 45c. i>srti�ulars of fttl tHiii .sttVilig oitportuif llli^rAS inctieatid by tke ' t^tt t�is 4�#n imt1\ ifdfe; ^re puUisli* �^ tin yesterday ^venintfs 'j|^Bi|^ shrewd and �e-^9�|nlitf hart tsk' fiji itfjlTiliiiiage thefls of-�]|^rii^,'ii>dty. 'Th�lre aire still, however* ample selections |� all l|ties for those who |N)ft their weekMMMl sKo|i|�ijse antil temor- "F'Sy#lfy teK tells a tak ff\c^ for wanted TlitMt q(v sipsonable and (iif llliitdttSli! merchahdfiiei ]>*Att jroerftttimti, tRfi .11117 llloiSN^ and hete white tide "Opportunity Is wiiih- ecu-- Lr�Bys OANNCO SALMON 2l?. GOV* R N'T. CRfeAMBRY Burrwi 5,*-esc; KOOTENAY JAMS PER JAM 15c. MEN'* FLAN'tTtB sHiRtIS 49c. The 0 MEN'S MT. ANO yiei BLUCHERS - $2.2^ tsons 'Baii)'5--^''a XI' � 1. -i BLKAOHi* HUCK TOWSLS PER PAIR 43 ;