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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Weaiiesday^ March 19,19ia THE XETHBRIJiGE PAILY HERALD Tuahope "648" $2,500 f.o.b. Orllli. Electric '^HB'Tudhope is the n^iasi&e X of cai* value Jii Gangfc Jit �ra House here last even-mjt.-.and was ft great sucoega from every polnt;,K>r view, surpawlfig all' (previous eventft of that Hind. Commeuo-^ ins at tour o'olock {nHhe afternoon a' an?a ot work, wfts held; when the'^^lad-iea.ol the oongregation ottered for sale a lairge quantity of useful and fancy articles. Then dinner was served {i-oiti six to eight o'clock, and this part of the evening's programme was so '^111 pAtroHifced th|it th* numferiiis ]Bree''^S|'ble8 had, to be re-set a third tim� t(> accommodate the. firowd. The menu luolutied praotioaily avdf'ything that 1b g;oodj'vtt)id was served In that daihty and pkisittg manlier �o read. i\y ftooototlUhed 'by the ladies Ot Plhoher Creak. Aft�r the dinner a ^rograitttne was rendered by the chUdrsn oi" the convent,' and others. The children gave BOttve drills and an Indian dance In a very creditable manttAr. Ah eitcelleut address was delivered by Mr, Hart, of l�thbrldge, and' Col. A. C. KemmlB also Bpoke on the theme of Ir^latld. A solo by Mrs. Thoma^ Moore, a du4t' hy Miss MarctulB and Mrs. Fmourt, and other numbers oomblhed.to make �ri a v��y, pleasing programme. '  During the' evenlng:>,ar,canary was raffled off, the blfcd''being won by Mlsji.Houthlen ; The nst,receipts ot the day amounted to about.$260.00. :!yirB. Roberts is kt prel>�dt vUltlng her mot)i$r ,in .oaiitfty.' . d, 'Mrs. J-.i?. 8V"'t�-l9 fPfiO'J'nffaitew' days iu.iOaJgai'y as the guest of her: sister, Mm. L. Q. Dor'e. While ih Plnehor Craeg attending tha St. Patrick's Day dinner of the Altar Society of St. -Mlohaoi's Church, Mr. Hart, of Lothbrldge, was the guest of^Mr..'and.^Mrs.'^. Lebel. Mrs. H. W. rfudd, whor^ Ba* ^^been quitQ ill with pneumonia, Is'i�>W improving slowly. W. A. Fraser hae. been oonfinid' to the house for a fffw days with la grippe. Tli6 "Irish social," held under the auspjoes of the ladies ot the Preshy-derian Church in tlie;li;0.�0, F. hail last evening, proved t*> he quit* a aue-cess. the pt-og^amfne comJhi4no%d about 8.30, and included, guessing con-t�Btb, el;ci.. In admtlen to .wbl6h Mrs W.. A. Praser gave, a very: enjoyable rea4ing, and Mr. MoMurdo sang an Irish BOHg. A_t file jpqhcjuaioh. of the pWifi'amme refbeshmtots wotc served, and needless .to say 6v,ertrhorty present thoroughly enjoyed this, part Of the eve^lng'S;. ent^alnment. A goodly sums, wasv adS.ed tlJ the .funds of -the church as a iesttll of thfls event. , > ENVELOPES F Kernie, B. C, March 18.-For the last twenty-four, hours Fcrnle and the surrounding cquntcy :^as been m the frlp of one of *4he -Jheavi�ste; .snow torms; that has'beea%noWn her^ during r'e6�nt years. A' strong wind from the north is piling the snow into drifts and as fa?fc as, these are shovelled out they ate again filled, ttalns; are arriving lato and the Can^ adiaji Pacific and Great Notthorn railwaysfiffe fintilng il; a ilifBcuH mat-jter to keep tjje hties open. Fortunately the area alTeoted by'the storm i� tot no great extent and the raii-roadsTcafli thus oonoentrate their energies;*!!^' equipment.'. Should,a period' 61 Very;. mild weather follow, the dRn^er from.snowslides will tjii greatly increase(i. - 'AMf>Le TIME Vdb ftEPLECTION ' Vancouver, B.C.,''^l|i;arch 19.-John )|Hnds, ah Amerlcaii-Jjhlgbwayman, �Who was captured iiTedhj^t^ded hy a Vfincouver .policeman oi^,^j{Monday .morning, today wa?,aent6no|,d,ij.tp ten years. - . ' n'^'f^V.- '''A--J_''I_� ''. -^f^" ' '"^__ Men and Women Gured of the Drink Habit J BY THE There Is hq., longer Blave to th^ drWk^habUVj cess,,n Impalra-your vU pletely nmiM^ mim' __________W iexn,|wm';?the system and restores .nerves and NO bad after effects- taken Inter- mlnd. fa", normal lie^Ulty o^ndiJiiton. , 4;,l)i0J|ib�,'K�al-T>A�tm'�at Is A purely vegetable qompound fllJ5VVTreat)�ai|t'iB eqiuaily as'pafe ,�ure and effective ai^jioii^awiwint for, the prjfak H(iblt., Write for full Information^, , INSTiTVTE CO., UMlTEq 8M ThIr Kvenue W^it.i.Catiary. PriONE W. 1S2C THE (HJXS THAT LfCKEl) THK TTHKH During the later stages of the Turkish-Balkan war, according to the statements of independent critics, the Bulgarians obtained their, successes largely through the use of their new infantry artillery, a remarkable death-dealing weapon, half maxim, half pompom-which was brought Into action with terrible effect. These guns can go wherever a man can. They are carried stretcher-like by two men and can fire six hundred shots per minute. OF m IHD K HE WILL BE TAKEN TO ATHENS ON WARSHIP FOR INTERMENT London, March, 18.--It is expected that the body ot the murdered' Kirig o� Greece will be taken to Athens aboard a naval vessel for burial. He went to Salonlkl immediately- after the occupation, and remained there in the capacity of commander-in-chief. , , . .1, � King George of Greece was' a frequent visitor to London, his last visit being on, the occasion of King Edward's funerali; when he; 'met; Co], Theodore" Roosevelt, and.Tjeoame exceedingly friendly with the ex-President, whom he ImprosEed as one of: the most democratic characters among the European sovereigns assemj bled here. ^ . Ho remained as a guest at Buckingham Palace for several-days, an& with hiB 'brother. King Frederick' of' Denmark, walked .-about the streeJiB en-, tirely unattended. ' Several times they joined the crowds which gathered in front of the palace to cheer the new English King. touring a former visit to the city, the London corporation entertained him at the Guild Hall, and presented him with an address of welcome. 0.f; all the crowned heads of Europe, King George of-Greece and his Danish brother, King~ Frederick, who was over-.takon by a fatal illness while strolling in the streets of- Ila-mburg alone, were among the most unostentatious. He had many friends among the diplomats of the various nations, and some of his warmest, friendships were with untitled persons. � King George had a '-Woorirpw \Vilson,> President oi the United States of America." Turks, who had lost one of their most cherished cities, and Servians and Bulgarians, who envied the Greeks thek possession of the place. Preparing Klnjj'g Jubilee The King, during his reign, and par ticularly in the latter years, passed through many dangers, but always went about either alone or' attended by one or two aides. When h^ was struck down, arrangements were heing oojupieted' for his jubilee, and/it seemed that this cele-hratiouiwould occur la a period of national triumph. Personal courage was his marked characteristic. King George onCe liad a naiTow escape from death at the MndB ofi one of his own sent-ries. as was his lifetime habit' he was walking one night along one of the promenades when a sentry challenged him. Being unwilling to reveal his identity, the King turned abruptly ^nd walked away. Without more ado, .the sentry fired. The bullet grazed the King's shoulder. I The next day the sentry was summoned to the �palace, complimented on his dttentlont to cluty;.and presented with the order of the re-demptor. . Throughout the- last.-few years Greece has passed thtoufeh a peMod of iinrest atld national danger, particularly over ithe CretaA (jueBtion, tVliich caused the war ot l89t, and frequently threatened .to involve th6 country In a struggle with Tufkey. Since then,- however,' the Kinfe;had used a moderating Influenee, and In 3910 by summoning an unoonstltu" For Women Who Work fs the beat tonic. It piieveAta headaches and bUlousness by stimulating the liver and digestive organs to natural action. Rosy Cheeks Iti daily uae-beeaute this plaasantlr faDbbllnr drink ii mildly Uxative in its action and cleaia the blood oi impurhlea. Tikt * Boltl* Hmn 7�'itt^ U ' I. i tional national assemhly, finally rid himself of the hampering influences of the military league. IRON SPRINGS Iron Springs, March 15.-The evan- ^ gelical series of meetings held fo* the past five weeks at Huntsville' school house concluded on Friday evening with an exhortation delivered hy Rev. T. P. Perry. We are informed that services' will he resumed at the Battersea school house on the 23rd.inst.  It Is Intended if sufflelent attendance can 'be obtained to hold an af'ternocn Sunday school In the near : future at Battersea school. ' .' Mr. Nolan has struck a stream ot. _^ water on his farm at a, depth of 38 feet, giving 18 feet Of refreshment; i;; This past -week has aeen several v energetic farmers destroying weeds, = a *top in the right directlom We hope our genial road foreman will see his way clear to grade the v �. west end ot Picture Butte coulee this ,' spring. It needs it hadly. it's A 'tORY HIVE 'Berth, Out., March iS.-The South Lanark hye-slectlon for the provincial;,;, . assembly Is being held today. Little Interest Is manifested, as itjs expected. Vhat 'Maclean, tlie ' Coniei'vatlve, ',' l; will win easily from his Liberal opponent Ebbs. archdeAcon dead ' � Vancouver, 'B.C., March,,,.19.-ri-NewB was received from. PaBa.tftoble% todnyy: of th� death ot Archdeacon Fentreajli at five o'clock this morning. '1^^,Cigar tliait lileaaes the popular fancy \ 2d.'.vcars Sikili and stttliy aye iuUvery' ''i'lill^c'de Claro" Cigar. All tHat we have learned atiput HavanA to^afccos and Havana cigar-makiug-- atJout ,b ending certain by ourselves. It's, j* bltad you can get only in ''Flor de Claro*.'-^a blend to please th*e popular,.taste-every saaa's cij;ar.\ ,'; $25. In A 10c. Cigar $1,000 lii Cash PlretentedTo The Cigar Smokers Of Alberta i X. ,;,r^N'^i"j|;:\Wth.''�*t''Jpi4dn�tu�rW ^;ii:feiSjiaJ^ :tO>pUt; 45,regtilar:^ ott. tlife -salrfS yoL "mot, d6. dafof' Gig^r. 4^ I'h^t's why we are.giviufe a'way|i;tx>6m m; cash tojcigar-smokers; TBissuni has beeji^ apf^roprlatcd'tto Jntrodiicea^^Morde Glaro^W^s^i lOe'Cciia^M In Alberts. 'Wft f��tt,� .ia^r; . BQtti^ Of the cigars, .Q^fte'iJftga 4r*,,81talfi|f9d, '.(.| '.2Sd.^''--other6 "$25." ln.evely;-bo3C of � i "Flot de. 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