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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, March 19, 1913. THE I. E T H B RID G# D AIL Y HER ALB Pag''' . v';^PrieBtly and Slmm and Messrs. CBrr,I(Jsh and Inkster. ;-:^-^*�MBOIJEMAN - .Coleman/March 18.-St. Patrick's � May'was .(Itily. observed in- Colfman, Ijut thereJvas no public ilemonstra-t)o�-or;e]itcrtainnicnt. Sons of � the F/inoraW Isle'' contented themselves wHli'a-bit, of'green and a sprig of i^hUmirocfciinQl'9j)ent the day quietly, � but--witji jrevercDce towards the pat-Ton saint, otvlreland. A: Liberal conveiitiofi will be held Jn Colpman'orf'.Wednesday, March'28, at whjphidologa'tes from tlie-idlflercnt -precincts'! in ';^ooky Mountain riding will meetifand ::selocti a candidate. In /tlioov^iilns a Public meeting will bo hfild, in :t!)e.,.pj)pra.' liouso, when ad-' by pro.mlnent Liberal. speakers ^l]i,*b^'''arejipuse'is, bfeing buUt by the intfern^t'lonal-opinpany noar the lip-Tjle, 'Which '^ill' J)old about 1,200 tons Of ooal^ ' - 'gei' and vigbr bjr t?Lki�g!:5cpff'� Emutaion a�ist every"'meal. Jt rej/'fUHjes the'watery l>lpod'Jggd 'furnishes Nature; :Vgj;};h-Q.e5vnq'' 'ra J/aeftipa, fffffthy blood ancf feeda flg\,nff^''^ifffj*r*' Sc'ott^a Impels hfe-mtji? EDITED BY "INO" Si r ^ PHONES I Office 1224 Fes. 1115 V__>-; March 19.-The Centenary of David , WALKER-MclLVENA � This afternoon at three o'clock a't Livingstone. "I will place no valiie on aiiythlng I have or may possess, except in relation to the kingdom of Christ. If anything will advance the interests of that kingdom, it shall be given away or kept, only as by giving.or keeping of it I flhall most proniote the glory of Him, to whom I owe aV my Ivupee In time and eternity. May grace be given me to adhere to this." -^David Livingstone. * * * Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. .r. G. Robertson. Mrs. Alexander Smith, 536 8th St. S. Dr. F. H. Mewburn will be in Leth-brldge at the end of March to resume his practice. *  � Mrs. A, Hall is spending the week in Edmonton. D.uring her , absence Mr.' Haill is a--gfue&t with-. iflsVeces, the Misses Dixon,..FourthvAvJenue. Mrs. F. 'H. Mewburn and Miss Mewburn arrived home yesterday after spending the winter in Toronto. Mrs. Mewburn spent a'm^ntli ii? New York and Miss Mewburn a montli- in Winnipeg en route hom^. ' � .' �  * � * ' ' Mr. and' Mrs, J. Q. Robertson en. tartained at a delightful affair last (evening, whefti-tho^honoi*-guesits were the choir and ushert of Knox church, some thirty guestB In-all;'beltig - present; , � ,-/,��' Games of various, kinds and- music furnished amuseraunt,.a dainty menu being served during ithe evening* Rev. A. G. Cameron, Mrs. J. G. Robertson, Mrs. 'Robert "'Sodti/' Mr6:..Rld-path and :the Misses McKay attended the bazaar and suppeiv at Hardieville today. The: affair w�(3'-aw'anged ,'by the Ladies': Aid of Trinity. Ghiirch. ' Mlqs- Pelly; ladi^iltt^altlns-to 'H.R.H. the Duchess ofiCoijiia.ught, whose marriage to Captain K,i7r.eifg,.Bulkele'y will take place In' ^nfland* aliortly after Easter, was the guest ot.'honrfr at a farewell tea . given by ,tbe "'ISSTQinen's Art Association.. Tbe'^-funatlon was held at the reaiden.ce,ot^{:gx.J,- Lyons Blggar, Ottawa, a 'member of the ex-ecutivej and during-tbe alfternoon Miss jPelly was presented'with,a'Dutch silver bowl and iJ^va^_^tJi'llYlkriavoQn8. The, officers and mamberB of North Star'No. 4. aiS" A. k.^ have issued invltatlp^e .Jo, an ^ hgme to be held In the .8; ^p. ]?. ha'U* on Easter evening, whea dancing will form the amusemenli.' ^ ... The committee in 'charge '-Is composed of ;J. H.C, F{eetwoodi,,.,ohalrraan; Allan Jack seoretarjjTj.and Mesiprs. E.. Oxland, j. W.'~qartfett]'T5J, A.-'Sharnyin, j. E. TeiTlll. W^\.tV, ArMBtro;lg; T. S. Fetterly, Dr. CourtlcBj; L. AJjqulth, S. j: 9hepherd,.Hv.Sflo4nH;"^'W^^^'^*'^S'-ton and Dr.St^w^rt*' , The invitatlooi^ ^^v^ fsjjued to lodge memb.erjf e^jt'lj i'm^JlitaEVbavIng the privilege iotippipfor!ta^le leatii-j er seated chairs algdvpettees-likewise pfoving attrfcttve, ^', '' ' The waltreases,'.wer�>njitjaly.gowned In lingerie ,>affcl''a(t'en'dS(J %*opt care-i fully to the wijata-ftf,,tBi^ir;>.pa'trons.} dainty san^wJohes;.-attd'.^iteiv.s'.'provlng most''acceptabJ^|>?\t;;"'|J � �;.� .',;' The openinK.>'oj!^thiri;','teS; �'oopi in qonneotlou witju-a'" buslne#_& lioua'e w.lll.: undoubtedly; be a;boon to" thj^^iadles of Lethbrldge. ^hopplAg at-|)|^8t Is rather tlre86me_,.!^)ut tg^e^^ble'itOiSbop downstairs anB then go;-^p'^^gaad sit and rest and enjoy. ai.:,Q(JjBS5rj*|r^^^ out leaving th^^-*-Joyable, indee.4 The manage?iient;#fiS'',9? sula'ted upon lnfugur^U|'^'Mfc&.'a'uill;, rq'ue and altogetli^riPll^afTftftMeatut'a'In 'connection wlt]v'>i,Ul'elp;.-|g)'j�j.sin:^^^^ bridge. > �' ' ;,>'.-r4>'r';;s^5,V-''-H"''-' - . McNABB-HOPBltf- ... A 5uletbut^protty';y^gfflfl^-\Vas celebrated at Kno^ rMaftVatJ^ when the, Rov.I^a;\e 4 � fifi" Special ... ^9 IC.^PO In the.. , Cviti^n Dept. . CURTifJlIji; SCRIM Fine Ecru Scrim, 48 inohfes wider-self stripe in centre and has handsome .stencil borders In tan and gi-e'en, rose and .'green and . wood shade Special,psr, - 42c curtain rods ; 3 dozen only, brass i$xtension, rods; -..extend to- 54 inches, and have handsome ball ends; complete wl'th brackets for 14c Ladies' tailored Skirts Mada by (..fie of/our foremost- manufacturers. a large variety of up-to-date styles m such- dependable materials as English and Scotch Tweeds; also some in plain black, brown and navy. Your choice of high or ordinary walat band. ar.'^.'.^... $2.99 Bath Towels TurKlBb,.Batb Towels;, size 22 x 42; Natural color, with Turkey Red stripe. a good heavy and .extra absorbent quality. Regular QCn BOc. far,iper pair ...-----..... Roller Towelling �500 yards Linen Roller TowelllnS;, white and natural; ;':also "linen crashes, 18 .Inches wide and exoeJlant .value in the . regular, way, even when measured by Hudson's Bay Standard value at. 12,^ cents and 15 cents. For 4 Am per yard ^....................^____^.-liMC $1.95 Ladies' Aprons In 'the popular Tea or Afternoon style. Made of white muslin; some have embrolderajl edpea; Others trimmed with frill ..... ......... MpU Ladies' Corsets Made from sateen Jean, and all steel filled; low bust and long hip. Have 4 hose supporters; all sizes, only ..... ^ Men's Rain-Proof Spring Coats ... Mada froi|i .English Parametta cloth in up-to-dalo style, with Raglan sleeve. A coat that 'looks exceedingly smart. wiU._wJar well and Is suitable lor wear In either rain or shine. Sizes 36 to *�=r^ t%t% 46. Special for Thursday and Saturday �P I .OU .l^iEN's scotch knit sox : Made from pure wool in black" or C'"! fljfl heather mixtures. Five pairs for ^1 .UU- - _____. . men'jS night shirts , Made of an extra durable quality, and fast color; English flannelette. Special S9C's Underwear ... Ellis' Spring-Needle, medium weight natural wool underwear;, correct, weight for 'tween C "J - QQ seasons' wear; per suit............. ^1 .wv , men's neckwear -Fifty dozen Men's Silk Four-In-band ties. Regular 50c -quality, for................ 2Sg In the Groceries Kippered Herring, in Tomato Sauce...................... 15c. 51b tin Smith's Strawberry Jam 75c 3 lb tin Pears ................. 20c Fresh Candled Eggs, p�r doz 20c. Alaska Sock-eye Salmon, per tin 21c Royal Crown 'Soap, per pkt. ..20a.-20tti sack B.C. Sugar 1 and atb tin H. B. Tea j $2.15 I 74c _ Veilings six pleoaa only of fine velUnga, In green only. Fancy meshes find aomp In shadow eftects. Regular up � ftW ' to �0o and '75o; for per yard........ I Uy ;i , � t Ladies' Vests. In m9i|iVW?-vrfigbt- Union; white and natural and 9Q|| havjj lopif '||l(�0ve�.- Regular 50c for t........._____ �""P"' C^sfrfon ipoyers A' cleaprlif) in Lfthograph and Tinted covers that,'^|"|4 ^ were formerly 40c and 65c for..........fcwC-' Hudson's Bg^y Stores merriment, concluded the . evening's entertainment. j The members of the Chancel .Guild of St. Augustin's church are>..krndly asked to meet In tbe ivestryc af-the church as soon after three as-poasible tomorrow and bring their tUimblest : Labor Candidate Hurt the IJiiioiis Most-Westoii ' Carried his West-uioreland in matrimony.' ,^ merly of';Alt)d5�y,f, M^i a: McNabb. ' } '�Miss A'delln^' John maid. wJiIJe' tha gr^b^r by .-Mr. F, B.;^9;UwliH| > .Aftex.ft-..SS>St'Kr- ern fiolnts,'Mr?^tf take uD-tltolr'^eliaj r't." '61. for-Geo. bridps-.pported ;.W.eati b will City. :; THE COUNTESS SZECH^^NV^! , Formerly IVlIss -Gladys'vandepBHt;^of New'.Vork, now of tKe Hur^5S|^lan^noT: bllity. An heir Is expectpd^at. heV! home shortly. 'It Is stated tlio family will afterwards reside In London, (t Is necessary for "the preservation of the titfe that the-heIrshouJd'?f)ei born on Hungarian soil, hence hep preaSnce in that country at the present ^imcj. London, March 10. -r Tho'bye-ehc-tion^ for the Houghton,,lo'Spreng di--vision of DXirham,'ed vacant through the death of the aged sitting Liberal member, Robert Camer-."bn,"''resulted as follows : T. Win j Liberal, 6,930; Richardson, istj 'i,807 ; W. House, Labor, -d.ieS'.-.Great interest was'attached to this ! contest'because it wa 8sfii�B|,^.|otal ;^^ofe;!.6f44'Wat the last -'foi)j|;efc^y:^olM|ion-^ p_^r-; .ty ;,W&s,, oV^r JffRinl^l^ift;.c? ^gregPRt ele^liion, it being imposs-ibie to .iiayi how. the customary Liberal vdte would split.'-The 'result, however, showp tSiat even'liad the goveri^ment vote "split about oiiually, the opposition candidate would not have been elected; and this a very disappoint-; .ing showing for the Unionists, who look to the spilt between the Liberal an^'Labor seotionS'of the government to' giye the'm a" number of seats ot the ^next g, elect;on. As a mat-tQj:' of Iaarty cducws.^iie the locaj populace;-who ^ were undismayed by tj^o/desertion -of -headquarters. Col. Westojils free trade views and his advocacy of military training proved quite acceptable to his constituents.. Polling passed off. quietly. The. Liher-als'�p!acar�iod' the constituency - witli': the - loD:cnd:"keap; the lads at homo" itn^oflset Jij, Col. Weston's military advoisacy,.', ,CoL ;B%pt was the sitting member for South'Wesbmoreland from 18;92 to iflOO; being',defeated in 1908 -by 253-majority, amU was elected agaip.sjn; 1010 with a majority ot 653. ;': > | BOOZE INTERESIS local OPTION,BVUA\|.IN"UqNDON township UPSET pV'i'JUpQE MA'oBEffH CHARLES CASTLE R^^IGNS Wl'aalpes, Jtfan.,. March 19.-Char-las 0, Caatle, wlio' has bean warehouse ^abmoijlsslon^r since tbf ^ T-rade auci,.Oom,-; mor|j5^1p'>;fprea||6nB of, slaoere r�' London, Ont., March 18,-^Tba local option bylaw raqpntlypftgaedl^ London -township, wdja .todJiyide'al^r'ed Invalid by Judge TalBotySfflgB'efiC" His Honor 'finds that elUbt-.^yqt^. 'were caat by men wjtboutirfedUlsHaa. reaf-dent qualIfIcatlo?|a. ' i- When theae ate djpqqftjifi^d^tftc total number .of vo|tes pqlledtfjiJlB pbort of the three-flftljB, by; t^}^ of a vote. " " " ^ (^""i I Judge; �MacBet^,i?-.hoMyeveri,''ifefl'aIns from- .BignUigJ. Ijia-'-ij^iitftlo^tB^'until Thursday.- Meantime tl^siiteniiperanco people 'will havd  an ,,0BPQVtwnlty to make application In the 'High Court for an order to a'ppeal.*^-"'"'""^'-*- The original cqunt, g5,Va,'.the .bylaw 859 for and 56Siagainst;/'These totalled 1,427. When the: alg}it,'yotea disqualified by bla Hono?.'' are; taken out, the number"* ot votesi for'Stands al 851, and" the fotal tftp.' Three-fifths of this glyea 851 8-6 votqa, e.x-ceedlng the number pojled* by ,two-flftbs.  , , Mr. John Gun^, yhoj.reBI"Sfented the tem/jierance people,'^tatod.'tnfs^-^ ternoon that hr was unable -X^V-tlXyp whether or.not an appeal woujfl'yW;: entered.*' 'Some time ago Judgo^;-^^: Beth received a letter threat�i)in^Vl|ipl Uf�^ ^^turajct ha give Judgment ia'^taTOr > ,i L 4 10 FIX mi At this sesaioa-:of. i|he;:Donijn parliament, It is' ilkelj:'.||liat.5i|e^ tlon will be brought dowttn'taj^tinn tion 'Svith the charge made, b^r-r' street, raihyay conipaaies.< loic.fe'jfj ing postmen. In a t'elograntv. ,m mayor today. Secretary LigjitaU'Jot .kjff^ ths Union of Canadian Munioipalfjijj intiinated this, and jasVed; t]�at"?fe| city concerned get in touch wlti tba,' ' ^ sitting -member and endeavor '-to^'liaye^'. S the Ijxing of the charge left fHo} ' Board of' Railway Coznniissioi^eff^ ife '*' Some week? ago the.,stia?etjcjii|'s^sjr,  committee and the postal autnontles, -here i^iade arrangements, �wtere^g'ttta j'"',',W postmen were to be. allpwed JxlejA'^^^^ on street cars while on duty^ at'. "' rate of $25 per nian per anni^^;'^It', ' is not known wh'ather the/. Dpm'ittiok?' government intends to nia'c9'\'',|ii5' " ' change in this ,flgure, but the coU^U will likely take the matter up at W early date, 'and.get- In touch witlf.'the " authorities having the questioij' ' hand. Mr. Flaming, Ba ly^r. Petta, LSI ;