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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March 24,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE ERALU Page ft I iiFlIS PROMISED ^ BYEmiSlBBAllR E. J; Cook Outlines a Sectaoular etreet parade,' the pTopesalon include] ing several bands of music and the KilUQ8,� , � Dr; J. L..: Atkinson, a physician of 'Marietta, Wis., who; --walked. miles through the anow to reach', a railroad station on his way east, was >refused admission, as a patient; at the clinic today. Dr. Frledmann was anxious to treat hlB fellow phyBldan; but the tuberculosis committee, of the hospital ruled-against iti' on- tha.ground that Or. Atkln-son'lB Aot a resident of this Btate. He IB preparing to return home unless the.Bellevue authorities overnile tlie tuberouIOBla committee. A eup of TEA that is a Safe* PurerStimula-ting and Whpl^sonrie Beverage.  ' , ..�,.,. . . gea SBALKD XDAD PACKBTS ONllV. Black, Green and Mixed. ' NiNGLANO FOR KING OF GREECE INTERFERES GREA|LY SEASON'S FUNCt/onS * COURT CIRCLES with in London, March 2-1.-The death of King Geor'ge of Greece, though not interWiring .to any considerable e.v-tent with the London season proper, which does not commence until � tlie end of, Apnil, Will put an end to all 'tlic leading fuhcfiiions airranged tor :Baster week and early April. The Dublin season ivill suffer most. The great St. Patrick's ball which was to Ijave been held on March 28, .has been postponed, nor can Lord -Aberdeen hold any courts at Dublin Castle during "tlie period ol riiouriiihg, though possibly some icvees may take place. The full dress dance ' arranged for April 2 by General Sir Arthur and Lady I'aget at the Royal hospital, Dublin, has also, .been pc^tponed. It is a remarkable fact tliat the Dublin season for tout successive years has been upset in 'a similar way. Last year the death of' the Duke of Kite was the cause, the year before . the' mourning for King Edwcrd (fid not come to an end until the iiiibiin Reason was over, and the year before that Lord and: Lady Aberdeen were in mourning owing to the family i bereavement. 'jjij, Official Order The oflicial order issued by the Lord Chamberlain is as follows : "The King,. commands that the court wear mourning for four weeks for the late King of the Hellenes, uncle of His Majesty, and brother of.; Queent-^Aie^'iamira,. viz.:-- L'adie-t toi wear blaCto Ure-sses with white gloves? and;black or white shoes, leathers� and fans and;, with.'pearls, diamonds or plain gold or silver ornaments ; men to wear crepe bands on the left' arm in uniform or court dress. e^-caused grief-on--.Baster Day; Ibut It was dlttioult to hide ',the fact long, as tl)e Pqntlf| .Inquire^, as to the - condition of liiia-Vloa'r^eneral, �wlipm he held �ifi'igr^^t affcotlon. ......, Aj' "i'""''."'f-i'' , ' , � '.'That wasn't a* bad epigram on the maglstraJte'B part/',rajld'the:;aqmewh^t-educated tr^mp | who.'(had bean con-ylot-ed for vagrancy, ' V �: v'VV^hat, m he'Ji^yJj:' .]a*k^*. i the tramp's pal. i : �> * ' "Seven dayB;" -jqame ^tlle.reply. . ' "That ain't noiepJg(rftm,iB,lt?"  "I'mi, aure it I. oneed.^^sksd a /�pafsbri what an 4pl,gram ivt'as^laiid'^^^h sa d, ''It's a'' 8|�oritv^ ''ajjijte'fape, ',Hhat_ sounds light, but giverf,you bfent'y to' think ti^>Q\xU'''-^au^^^^.ff,^jL};,li. ^ r.i#ft ' MILADI .EDITED BY "INO" phones Office 1224 Ren. Ills SIR RICHARD ON B.C. premier delivered charter day lecture at university of california , Berkley, Cal., March 22.-Practical education fitted to the requirements' of the world's work, was urged. by-Sir Richard McBrld^, prime jninister. of BTitish Columbia, in an address delivered today in the Greek Theatre at the Charter Day exercise^ of th'e Uni-verelty of California. \ ' ; Universities,- he asserted, should change tbelr methods, aiming prim' itively to develop individuality " and" teach students to think for:- them-' selves. Those-self made men who regret the meajjreness of their : early-schooling probably would not -have achieved success had they been college trained.  "No one is educated in the 'true sense," said Sir Richard,' "who- 'doss not mentally follow all the* processes of a solution ibrlilmSelf and grasp meaning and purport of each ptep taken. Wherefore, much of the cur? clrulum 'Of: the" ordinary  stHflentof the nnlverslty is futile 'because It is accepted by h'lm as the conoluslons of some one else and not digested"and; absorbed^ by .a prpbe^B of mental efc 'fort on h'ls own part.". ,. Education,: thought Sir, Richard,"! wae getting back to thc principle en-unoiated.>;by Socrates .,2000 _years': agp,-that education 'was the ,be'Ht::>-Afyhloh taught the utlH ties and, qualified men; to cope with the Teailties _'�(.^|lfe* j The Criax She-^Tjo you believe a man knows' wlwn he la in love? '" ' '' ' H^Yes; a.nd he doesn't knoyy^any-'* thlnjj; else.-^Judffo'. , All through the quid night the show ' Fell soft and slow, . And with the mwrniiig shimmering angels' wings  .Mothered all things. All through.qtiriiulet years tho snow Falls sad and slow- ,Will the last angel with a brooding kiss � Govef all things amiss ? -.Selected. � Hostesses tomorrow : , Mrs. R. S. Smith, Glenelg Tower. . .  �  " Mr, Doyle, manager of the Bank of Toronto-, spent Easter in Calgary. .* * * Mr, Douglas G, Hewitt, druggist of Maple Creek, is, a visitor with Mr, and Mrs, George \Vhelen, Si.xth Ave. � . ���-�� Mrs; Edwat^d .1. Sehl left today to visit Mrs, Upton, of � Pincher Creek, for-a few days,- *   : Mr, Chris, Simpson, of Winnipeg, spent a couple of days at 1,he enii of the week with his brothers, .J. P. and D. A. Simp^db. Mr, ISdwin Frey, who is on his way to the coast; is spending some, time with his brother, Mr, E, Frey, iWr. Frey expects; to reside at Al-berni, B. C, in future. M^s. Fred Hopkins lias been confined to her bed for the past week with', a severe attatik of pleurisy and la gi'ippe. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery., The'social feature of the evening, which will no doubt prove very attractive to a large number of guests, is the-Masonic ball, which will be held in' the S.O.E, hall. The Misses Corinne and Laura Roy left for Edmonton- this,, morning to attend the teachers' convention. They willjbe joined in Calg-jiry by their .si.s-ter,' Kathleen, who-has been tliP guei^t ot Miss Stella Hums since Saturday. - ,'^;.' �.- ^ ' �:'*J--r,* t'. Mr. i T. -iV. ..lahiiStJin, df Manotiek, 6nt,y who was vi!si%i*ng his sister, Itiyirs. Hugh Boyd, daughter,-Mrsi i?E, S. Jackson,, left'l-liisinorning for California-, and on'his return will again-visit m Lefelibiidge.- : Miss -Edra Smithj-'-t'Glenelg Tower, hvas, hostess of �a':bi>ifeht Eastec- din-rier patty. The coltS�"scheme of yel-']'ow and white was, beautifully expressed in idaffodils- and fluffy golden chicks; -and -tlie place cards' were" quaint bondeits or yellow butterflies. Covers were laid for eight. '   � � *' The engagdtiieht ly'-yrinbunce'd of l^lorMice lyjne, eldest'"'daughter ot |Mr. kred Mr^. Wllli&'ffl-'Prou^e, of Bow Island, -Alberta, to Mr. xVlfred Hazel-dean Bain,, of Vancouver,- fi, C, Tlie maruiag^L-.'is arranged to take place-the latter part of April,: Mis.'S fProuse is well known in tlie city,, having resided here for a uuiii-ber of years,  * � A London despatch states : Lady i/Dorothy Neville, who'is 87, but who-still'figures in society as an interest^ ing relic of the 'V-ictorian age, is-Iy-ihg 'dangerously ill at her London house* She is rannQus for several bright volumes wherein she recalls about the famous people she met during a life that spans Ave reigns, � Mr. H. C-. C. Salmon's piano 'pupils will give a recitaMn the S.CE. hall on Saturday evening, next, com-menciiig af eight-thirty; to which jMr, Salmon invites, all,: w-ho are interested in a musioala.t evening. He will be assisted in his vrecital. by a :vocalist and a violinist'. ,  � .- .* ! � ,:- TEBBETTS-LEADER The home of Mr,; and:Mrs. C. D.-Leader,-' 1221 Seventh Ave., was the scene ot a quiet but pretty wedding at .nine o'clock ,on Saturday evening, when their, eldest .daughter, Ann^tta; "Violet; was joined in marriage to Mr. .Merle G. Tebbetts, ot Vancouver, , At the hour appointed 'the bride, escorted by her father, who''gave her. away, entered the drawing-room, a pretty 'picture in her travelling gown-of fawn whipcord with hat to match. She carried a lovoly shower of bridal roses. The-ceremony was performed beneath an arch of greenery, from which was suspended a white wedding bell Little Miss Phyllis Leader, the bride's sister, was a dainty flower girl, gowned in a white embroidered frock' with pink ribbons, .She carried the ring concealed in a basket of flowers, edged.with violets, Rcv^ A. C. Watson tied the nuptial knot in the presence of only the immediate relatives and friends. - The grooni's gift to the bride was a gold cross and chain, and to the flower girl a necltlet of sterling silver and coral, A sumptuous wedding supper was served at the conclusion of the ceremony, the tables being prettily decorated with,, pink and white carnations' and smilax. Mr, and Mrs, Tebbetts left for Toronto and Woodstock on a thre? months' honeymoan and will make their future' home in Vancouver, ^1 m w SCOTT-NASH .'V quiet wedding was celebrated at noon yesterday at the First Baptist parsonage'by the Rev. A. C. Watson, the principals b^irig Mrs. Nash and Mr. John Scott; "qf Diamond City. Mr. and Mrs.' "Scott will reside at Diamond City." clubs and societies Westminster Guild of Knox church is cancelled for.th]^ week. m   The session of,St, Andrew's church 'will meet at the manse at 7j&0 on Thursday evening.. The session oT Knox- church ilieet tomorrow" "evening. will Table Salt The Christian Endeavor of St. Andrew's church, will meet as usual tomorrow evening. A communicants' class will meet in tlie vestry of Knox church at eight o'cloik oil ^Wednesday ^evening. The Woriian's Auxiliary of .St. Cyprian's church will, meet at 3:30 on Thursday afternoon., ' � ,, � � The board ot 'managers of .St, Andrew's church will, meet at the-church at ei'ght'o'clock^ on Friday evening. ' , * � � Much interest centres jin the concert to be given in St, Andrew's church this evening by the Excelsior Male Choir under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid. * ^. � * ! Holy Communiqn will be celebrated in .St. Cyprian's church on Sunday morning next at eight-t|iirty. ' Mr. H', H, Cragg will address the the literary meeting ot Wesley League this evening, on Sir Walter Scott. Miss Fairbanks'\i)ill tender a solo. * � �  The Protheon Sewing class will meet in'Wesley cliurch tomorrow evening v.'hen there will be a business meeting in connection. All the young ladies of the class are requested to be m attendance. V v  "Old li'ort Whoop-Up and Southern Alberta as I saw them in 1873" is the subject of a lecture to be given, by Dr. .John -iMaddougall in Wesley church on Tuesday, April 8th. The lecture is under the auspices of the "8th hour division" of the Ladies' Aid society, * f * Tlie children of the aunior branch of St. Oypnan's W. A. are asked to meet on Wednesday afternoon immediately after school, instead of on Saturday as foriKerlv. *  * The "i'oung ; Ladies' Club of Westminster church will meet tomorrow evening. All the young and married ladies are invited. , �.� �~ �, , The A: Y. P, Ai of St, Cyprian's church will hold a social evening* tonight, to; which all the young people are cordially invited, ,._�-',::�,-.,�-* $70 was',-realized by the Woman's Auxiliary of St,. Augustin's church at their Easter, saie ot work and cooking on,'Saturday afternoon. The various .hoothg were in'.;Charge of the ladies, whose ;naiT>3s were given -in this column some -time ag'o. Altogether the affair was Very succes^ul andthe ladles.are-pleased,with the results. , The Ladies' "Aid,'Of the First Baptist church will meet on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.-C. D. Leader, 1221 Seventh Ave. ,  � . Next Sunday morning Rev. A. C. Watson will'speak on "Boy Problem" and .in,the, evening, a 'memorial^ ser-viee iii connection with 'tlie ce-irfceiiary ot .Payid-Livingstone will "bo' held': CANADA IMPATIENT; ' ' WAr>fTS LEGISLATION Ibyln'r' 53 Washington, March 22.-Canada Is beootafng Impatient at the delay of Congress in enacting into law  the goV^i-nment of the inland .fl'aherlek In^ the border waters framed by the ! joint commission created by the traatKcJ Hon. J. D. afn, th(� Canadian roiniijter pf marine* and. a�heriep,'; aoqompani^a to the Wbltp Houbc to-day by Ambassador Bryoe, dlsousse'd the attitude ot the,new adJmi'nlstrjttlbn,*; toward the'queBtlon- ^Ith tlie"purpb'sf of ^acertainibg the'.proaptfo.t of early!; legiBlailorii, '�-"->..... New Spring Coats For Infants^ Children and Misses rE DOUBT IF IT WOULD BE POSSIBLE FOR even the largest store in the Dominion to show a more complete range of styles or better values in Infants', Children's or Misses' Spring Coats, than are now on di.splay in our Ready-to-Wear Department oh Second Floor. Embroidered and Braided Cream Cashmere Cloaks, for the long-clothes baby-full length walking coats in Sicillian, Bengaline, Linenj Velvets, Serges, and Broadcloth, in cream, champagne, cardinal, tan, navy, and Copenhagen, in a host of. pretty styles suitable for little tots of from 1 to 5 years; while for the older girls we have an extremely comprehensive range of all the ne\^ and smart stj'les, either 3-4 or full length, in. Tweeds, Cheviots, Serges* etc., all marked at such extremely reasonable prices as to be within i'each of a slim pocket book. : * . Bring the children liere and let us help you fit them out for the bright spring day.s that are to come. Have Yoa Visited Our Tea Rooms ? The surroundings are quiet and restful,, the service is good the viands are good, and' the Jirlce is extremely low-a dainty, yet safisfying cold meat luhch, with coffee or tea and dessert, for 25 cents; Afternoon tea with sandwiches, only 10 cents; and many other dainties at equally low prices. Hudson's Bay Stores niDOE BOARD IF, move for average -demurrage is not finding a response here That the demurrage rates on the western lines of Canadian ,railways will be reduced to the old fijures on April was intimated in the Herald a couple of weelcs ago, and this belief is now held by the Board, of Trade, although no official Information has been received to date, However this belief was the reason for, the Board turning down a request from the Ham llton, Ont. Board of Trade, at Us meeting on Thursday evenliig, to endorse a resolution passed by the Ontario Associate Boards of Trade, asking for average demurrages , Average demurrage Is a new term in railway circles. At present a con-Bignee is given forty-eight hours to unload a car without demurrage being charged. The Ontario boards of trade are as-king the Board of Railway CommlssionerB to jnaHe a new rule, whereby if a man is conslgue'd more than one car, provided - he un-. loads one of them , in twenty-four hours, ho is given a credit, of one day on his demurrage account; This would allow him to take vtliree days to unload i;he second oat.' y ,' " The local board, however, felt, that,-as the demurrage account In - tieth-i bridge is by no means large,'iand in view of the probability-that the'rates-will be reduced from three to two dollai's per day at thei end of March,: It would be better to taite no aotldn. The average demurrage sj^stemals'o, it was thought, would, involye too much bookkeeping between,"|he shippers and the railway �oompaniaSy ari'd would, therefore, be. a source of; endless trouble. � ' " iVE FlVE-LEGGi COLT AT ifiilATH Magrath, March 21,-^A topic' that has caused more than paeslng nptloi?; here is that of a fr^k,Tin the fojtm, of a flve-Jegged colt, whlch.iB the,;oiJ.r, .spring of a mare belonglngvto, Edi Hocking, a. farujxer Uvlpg.'tdilr,: mil^b. north of town. In other ways; the>colt was normal eodugb, and . appefireb: strong, and: healthy, ^Dr.^>Tujfn9Fiv'"V-S., amputated the' leg'an^'-tfie'Toqlt at the time of weltingdoingsw.eU considering the 'Teciiji^r' cpndltJona under which it,was born.' ,/ A SU(|goBi|v $u|f>t|tijte. ; Bobby had finished his ^.^r^er4/ all but the "amen, anflVther^ he".4tttd4,-.,i'. "Well, dear.'' said'hl8-motfief.'''!Go onr-yott khtfw -^he la^^.woraMl^eq:-"' ! "No, .mother.;'^ rep1i|ed,;5j^||y',.'''"I| ain't going to'^'say ttifltjanjf'rn^rt^^ been readln' y'oiir' ltt^^\bwk"'an,^go,Pd madners and It Bk^C>TElr^:y;3R;,''l?: rtiye' proper fonm,"-SKtu^f^ We^Wyr' ' France is Strengthening Army and Naval Defence at Great Cost in 5 liii Paris, March 24.-The formation of the new ministry of ;L,ouls Barthou is \ :V genepally regarded as the best an.d;..; most practical step tpward the solu-tlon of the parliamentary crisis. The |' retaining of Eugene iStlenne as Mlp-ister of War, and of Pierre-Baudlnit as Minister of Marine, means the- a'dr:,,;;, option of the three-years' compulsory, , service requlrementi and the 'atrenu-j ;v -1 ous measures of national defence de-", cided upon by the Briand cabinet Foreign affairs cannot be in safei* hands than -those ot S, Fichon; whd^' ' was minister of that department in' the cabinet of Clemanceau In 1896,' '' and remained in the same poaltion for'f the first and second Briand oabinets'' . '. from.Juiy, 1909, to March, 1911, M. Plohon, who was French minister to', , | Peking, ell bbJ by V, \-V the senate, it- will >soon come upjfor4''> solution. r  ; Pf/-'\ tore reached-;by 'France ,in .time, peaoe.i ' ' ^ . Clumsy Partn�!r "I thought." he rei you c'oij?^ die dan<|ii "So,I did,".cam)?!, dldp't say,I wanted ^� death, did" km Frotru^i, 4489 84 22 2276 11?3 ;