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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta mi THE l^iilHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, MiUyh 10, 191:5. elecfiott B Science lit JTai^G Jtelpeil BRAN1> m SM, FRE REE LiMER ARM PROD Y s Said to be l^eatures of the New Deiuocratif Tar-m Bill i CHASE i MONTKEAX. ' mo in OF TRADE BALL Washmcton, March 19.-Ore general trfl covering ail schedules has - teen finally completed by the Democratic Wavs and means committet", 14 copies arc made and the forms in the gov-ernmeul printing office hive bern "pied" o.-: hro\icn up so that there ,niny be no danger of premature ieal>s. I Tr-.istpd messensers of Chairman l^n-! ileruood carried the corrected proofs ! to the government printing office to-I day and the 14. copies, one for each I member of the committee, were j struck on. Kach member of the. com-I iiviltce wlio has a bill has locked it m his safe and all have .been pledged to absolute secrecv. j Despite all the precautions that [have been taken the pressure on sev-; cral members of the committee by ! their fellow members in the house i who have been interested in various I schedules, was so great that the in-I formation leaked out that the following provisions are in the completed measure : Vxti sigar, free j lumber and free farm products, j A drastic cut has also been made ! in all the items of the steel and iron schedule. Less than half a cent duty on oranges, nuts, raisms, wines and. all the Icadin'g products of California, MAGRATH BUSINESS' MEN SH'OW "THEMSELVES HUSTLERS-GARDEN CITY new3 'Magrath, March 17.-Success mark-_e'd. the annual Board of Trade ball., i-jwhlch was held in the Electric The-, iatre last Friday evening, _and itserj--., iied- .to arouse a renewed interest in iMall the activities of that bodv.Gueats [ipvere in.attendanca from the various J-^J'neighboring towns and everyone pro-, .^"inounced. the affair .the most eujoyabie li jjoventmf the season. -.The Hsaleof the' f'" dlesVfliinch!'bafsketa afforded much: nWement. The highest price paid" is; ?26. This was for the large and ;si|Btjjmptuously furnished basket of the^ J} .ICfta-nticIeef Club, and probably smaslsf "gs: the!' provincial record for .haskef^ s ^^^M^nch: and coffee was seir'^d' anAiBverything was. done to add to ;th4ifluccess of the affarr. About-lSO-, ,.p?]^e--were in attendance. Too mrfch tfjss^rfSdfc^not be "givBtt-! tlie' various I lli'oiiimltifees who labored faithfully'' ^^niJvTWiillDgly ro make the Board of iiyraaB annual 'function a successful' t^i^^-praiseworthy one. The board ' ' V this means 'of 1 thanking public-ay ^sgroa^: forf their suppoiti ' Conttst-Vlay'--'  . r^he :vjafrath M. I. A. Dramatic So- 'eU lix Fate," in the Taylor Stake dra-matjc contest, ,last Friday evening, f - A .'ip�B^en iif^ifagrath. They scored the wa^S^7ff';-itei:'c�ht,.--.whlcW,-ln the opln-'"ion: of -your^,,correspondent, was de-;. ^Joral�le,'to say the least. The play w ii'tinted k far better, score than 'i4y;and general'dissatisfaction is ex-' pr past two 'weeks, but thfey are *ho^ apparently ictut of dangen.; I would- lik;e to see ,.-xh^lP? 'y* cHURCft and your cold or cat-lU .surely, disappear. Co. G Ottawa, March 18.-The house settled down today" to dispose of , as many as possible of the supplementary batch of estimates for the 'Current year tahled the other day by the house. The estimates aggregate something over five'millions and it has been agreed that thS5"shDU all .he voted before the :housfci.rises for tile'l-Jastet:.recess.. � Everything went on smoothly until the evening session, when a sharp row occurred when Mr..Middlebto, who was presiding .^v* t|ies,-oni.mittee,- ri^e* _^6at Mr.^^ii^sley should ' conlJh'e' himself .isid'fe"'tnbseiy Wan item under discus-sion. The' opposition protested and Man. Rodolph Lenlleux hotly asserted "that the trouble '*''as telng caused in the^ hoiJse Because 'oT*llie absence from the chair oE Deputy Speaker Blondin. A little later Hon. W. T. White twitted Mr.,Pug3ley with having te:n cross. � Mr. Piig.'slev said,that "cross" was not t^c 'wjoiid to use. He was mad clean-through, teoa'use a premeditated attempt had been made to violate the rules of the house. There was m"uth discussion on patronage, .Mr. Pugsley averring that the members of the Conservative patronage committee in St. John were interested in dredging contracts. > Hon. J.- D: Hazen said thit this was true insofar as one man was concerned. He was a member of the legislature and, a mz'H oi the hi.chest integrity. In the early part of the -sittins," Hon. H. R.''Bm-merson moved the adjournment of the house in order to ascertain from Speaker Sproule under whaf rnle he had assurrwd the chair Saturday night on the 'occasion when ;grave disorder Broke out.'  ' ' �Speaker Sproule ruled that the action of the speaker could not te questioned by a member and that he had a right to assume the chair when he considered it desirable to do so. Replying to a que.stibn' by Mr. Pugsley, Mr. White stated that the total expenditures for the year ending March 31, and this year would total about $154,000,000, thoufth the total estimates were about $174,000,-000, this includins; the $5,000,000 now included in the final supplemehtaries and being voted. mi GARNISHEES OR WEDDING FEE London, Ont., March 18.-.Something rather unusual in 'the way of litigation has gone through the ninth division court before Clerk M. Frank TTnettsr. A retired clergyman, wha resided in the north end of' the city has garnishced $5 of the' salary of a young ScotchmaB, who was employed as a brakeman on'the CP.R.This amount is the. fee charged for' the wedding of the defendant; last October. The brakeman, it is claimed, was not aware that he had to pay and failed to remit as the cl.?rKyman expected. Court proceedings cost $4, .and this amount was added to ^ the garnishee which has been' served � on .the C.P.R. here. . ' TO. OPPOSE SPEAKER FISHER ;CaIgai'y, .Via-i-cii xb.-II. T, Jaiioi, of Bothrei, vvps nominated by the Conservatives of the Cochrane riding yes^ [terday for the provincial, legislature. Easter Wearables in Wonderful And PriixsWimn The Reach Of All Suits; coats, skirts and dresses,, characterized by siinplicl^^^^^ of style, superiority of worl? manship and tiiat indefinable.something wliicli places them in a class by tiiemselYes, and whii^h pleases women of most particular a'nd'exaotiiig..t�|,stes. ' Styles throughout are the product of the recognUed style leaders In this country, all confined excluslvoly to this store for Lethbrldge anditallored In the very best possible way.' Cotne to this 'store for the Httle things Neckwear and gloves, hosiery ahd coi'sets, waists, veilings, etc., shown tomorrow t n most complete and satisfying assortments. Silk Boot Hose, black and all colors; ladies' sizes only, \t\o per pair....... ''"^  Silk Lisle Hose, Exceptionally good values In black and J.";*. colors ........ Plain Silk .Shirt Waists of splendid Messaline, 'colot....... '*^3.50 Newest Veilings in very neat spot, as well as shadow effects. 25c to 50c*. Best guaranteed Gloves the celebrated TrefEuse make; all sizes ..... .$1.50 Suit Sale $17.50 VALUES WORTH UP TO $25,00 Every one riaw this season, made 'of absolutely pure wool serges^ and tweeds, in light and dark colors, coats silk lined; skirts made with high waist line and pleats at side. 'Thursday Special. -SI 7.50- Coat Sale $17.50 Values worth up to $22.60 The very latest and most attractive styles of the seasori./includlng several of the new ".lohhWIe" coats in various light and dark colffrs;' all shoAvri in three-quarter and seveu-elghth lengthfii Thursday Bargain- $17.50- Still another shipment of newiest American Hats JUST RELEASED FROM THli CUSTOMS , TWO HUNDRED STYES-ONE OF A KIND For becomlngness of st>;les, for g;eneral wearability, tor e.^clusiveness, to say nothing of the extremely moderate pricing, this display of Easter headwear "easily outrivals anything before attempted' In this city, This is not an -Idle boast, but a statement based upon absolute facts and opinions of scores of pleased cuatomei-s who have made .tlie'. rounds ansl bought hefe. Smartest among all the newest styles are the small turbans and tam shapes vylth stick-up trimming of flowers, feath'ers, aigrettes etc., ahd'fn addition to a splendid selection of these, the �P9.UU medium iaofl larger shapes are shown in a TO great diversity of styles and colorings, mak- ft er8hip of 45,.30b women, scattered over the whole world. At Cardston this occasion was not allowed to pass without notice. The wornen of the Relief Society had h*en .preparing for some weeks. JMany a promising fowl w^s put .in the fattening pen, and other, best things tor food set apart tw the big dinner whicli is given annually in the assembly hall of the ilormon church here. Notwlthstortldlng'cold weather a comfortably filled hali.greetdd Mrs. Olson,' president of the Relief Society, when she took the chair at 3 o'clock in the aftefnoon. After a few introductory remarks the following e.xcellent program' was presented: Prayer, Patriatqh Henrj' L. ' Hiu-man; address of 'welcome, Mrs-. Lydla J. Browu; instrumental, Mrs. Alta Thompson; sketch of the life of Sarah B. Dains, Mrs. White;  quarJ:etre,F. J-^ayne and eompanyj; huinorous reading, J. Y. Card; vocal solo, Jos. Banner; reading. Airs. Emily Lee; cornet Bolo, W. S. Berryessa; address. President E. J. Wood; vocal 'solo, Claude Ferguson; instrumental duet, � Misses Coombs and McCune; vocal sOlo, Mrs, J. D. Leadbetter. ' President Wood In bis .address made reference to the splendid work of the Relief Society .throughout the world and in a humorous way suggested that with the women of the society, man had to take a back seat. His closing remark was: "Long ^llve the Woman's Relief Society." At 5 o'clock the gathering sat dpwn at the abundantly spread tables, ar- �WINDSOR TABI,B 8AI,r.'; "No Ma'am,.there's nothliig )n it but aalt-ju�t pure, clean; :wliole�!(>oxe �alt-�,d �U �.lt." � "ETerrbedr u�ui�{ h�ni tuM Wiwlwr Salt, uid I don't b.lieTa IbU star�G9uId>�U uiy ethar kind of T.bU SidL" "No Ma'am, we wpiildn^t wsot tojjw�e �ny other salt-we like to kU WltidiOJ?.8�t 'uecaufevelcstvitwiUpleMeourcustamerf; tistlcally arranged along both sides of the spacious assembly hall. At�er a blessing asked by Cardston's bishop, mayor, J. T. Brown, the ladles who prepared the spread were given a public demonstration that- their work had not been in vain. By 7 o'clock the tables had been filled and emptied many times and were now cleared away for dancing. The ladies arrayed in calico and the men with ties of the:same material presented -a midsummer Bdene in strildng contrast'to that outside the building. President Wood, suggested that the calico should be fur-lined.  And so the celebration passed. It was attended "by Mormons .and' non-Mormons alike and all have a happy recollection of a pleasant afternoon and evening 'spent together. Mayor B'rown returned from the f capital city "of the province on Saturday night. Solicitor Laurie-accompanying him, These' gentlemen ha.d gone north on business connected with the town charter. They report that they got for the most part- what they went after. Three quarter sections have been added to' the tdwn, one'of theiie on the east'and two-'bli the west. It was hoped that another quarter on the east might have been included, but this only was not allowed. The town also received power to increase its borrowing capacity to 25 per cent, of the asseaaed yal-uatiou. / I Last Sunday was missionary Sunday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. During the service the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper was � celebrated. At the close of the regular service the meeting was turned over to the stake board ot the Sunday school, and was preslde.d over by Superintendent Cahoon. Elder Brown gave some BuggestlonB regaTd-ing recitation in the schools and J. F. Parrish addressed the meeting on "How to Teach Religion." Suitable music was rendered by fhe choir unr der Mr. Franlr Layne. . Bisliop Brown is expected to, leave this week for the south. .Mr. and Mrs. W. McD. Talt sp�nt Friday and Saturday last at Bound-.-ary Creek.  ' Mr.. Christie : Sr., .who has been spending the winter in Ontario and Quebec, returned Saturday night, Mrs. Christie arrived Monday night. . Solicitor'Laurie is expecting a lady, stenographer from Calgary this week.  Mrs. S; H. Campbell and- Master Fred left Monday for Great Falls, where they wlir visit this month*. Report has it that Mr. and Mrs. R. yV. Gillies of Raymond are to move to Cardston about April 1. " ' Mr. Talt is spending this week in Medicine Hat. * �f!. Cumming, of the Farm Security Co.. was! In Cardston for the week iend' 'Mr, Cumming la about to move to 'Minneapolis. , ; A.*>B. Cure is^ opening a hiirness'; Bbop'Iii the building vacated by the CcirdBiton/Pharmacy. / . ;] . Dr, J. B. Amos Is in Raymond,t�;. HE SHIPPEO 200 HEAD OF SHEEP RAYMOND PROVES tHE BENEFITS OF Mixko FA^MINGr- LOSING GOOD MEN ' i Raymond,- Maroh^ IT.^R.-" A;' Gillies and Dr. F. A. Keillor ' will shortly leave this town to take hp 'their'oq-cupatlons elsewhere'; Mr. GllUes. will locftte in Cardatonj'but -\ylll call regularly onrfe a'week. -^Dr."- Kill'loi- will likely locate in Edmonton. ' Theii" Absence will be felt by those �Wlib'knew them. Mr. Plllies has been ^vel-y active since coming to this to'wn'' several years ago, politically, socially and In his business as jeweler. � i Dr. Keillor has pfoven hla';'sklll in this locality since arriving, in- the many successful silrglcal operations and medical treatments^ Both these gentlemen have been very energetic as members of the'''itaiym6nd I.6lb.F. lodge in this town','the'reito�'^'Us'^m'Bm-bers are giving them a 'farewell banquet at their hall, Wednesday, Marclj 19. .The Raymond I.O.O.F.: will organize a lodge in Magrath Thursday; March 20, and several members of Ihe local lodge �'will be there,.^ - " - A basketball game will - be played between the Raymond First 'and Sec: ond wai'dv teams at' the Opera house Tuesday evening, March 18, starting at the usual hour.  These-being the two teams that played -last for - the cup the game - will be atty;iiferestlng �one.. ' ' � A grand/.ball will, be given by the second ward M. I. A;' Friday evening, March .21. AH are welcome and they that come must expect a'good time.' ' A surprise party was given Fred. Smith at ^Mammoth Saturday evening, March 15, under the direction of the Mammoth Scclal Club; .Games, program and picnic-went to. make; up the evening's entertainmenti Some of the Quests were: Mr.'and Mrs. E. C. Harvey; Mr. and Mrs; George Romerll, John,Mildred and Foster Harvey, L; AstHma GaftarrK WHOOWM COUGHS 8?ASM0flIC CROUP 8R.0NCH1TIS COUGHS COLDS , �l,alaijil.e. saf� anil e��llte Matmttit fop bron-elilal trot^blM,'without xloslntfthoBtDmaob witli drujj. Uf�*wltll�u�e���or'thlrt��eara.. ';,' , Tl!e,alr cairj-lni; the antlseptlo �ap6r. Injptrcd with every breath, malies brolthltlfj easy, soothes the gore tliroat, and atopTthe Cou�li. aasurlnf test rut ' nights. Crcsoleae la ihv.iluable to moUiera with 'yotior cHlliliT:n-iaad.i�: BOON to aurferera liiin , Aathn�a^v.|^aa:undenninea the com. w' ments, such as 48 hours thaiwhole'o6rn,nboaeh8 ,, and,p(5me!i 0uti*- without' any pain mother, u se d- t o know." Modem chemistry 'hasfoirad out how to terminate a corn. ;Thl8':-way issBb;-gentle, so.finali so efflcient'that'ioihingr else is ever (297)-' Bauer ABkckiCiiicaafi used:by-^fbltfs 'whb know,'this,wayi : Every month'''a? million � corns  Apply a' little Blue- i are now, removedi by Blue-jay,. �'jay plaster, and 'the* Don't patnijfer.'.cocns-rrpar.e, pain stops instantly.' tliem, daub thani or protect (horn. Then a wonderful The 101,3 way-,,ls Bluo-.jay,. wax-the B&B wax--,- And that ends tbi'Cpm. ' .-A la tha picturs is the �o/t B & B wax. Itloo��aiitl)e.coni, B stops the pain ana keeps tbewaxtrom spreAdintCi�:;, � > - c wraps around the toe; It Ig narrowed to be lSc and 25c per.pai^Iutge, -; ' Sample Ualled Free. ^" Also?Blue-jay BuJilo' kick; Chicago St New York, Maker* of Surt^^eal Dr�*�^8i'^�|jPi �''''''' ;