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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Fi-iday, May 2, THE LETHBRiPiSE. DAtLY HERALD Page 11 EDITED BY "INP" �A: PHONES Offles 1224 R�*. 111B A MAN'S SONCV Alone I sail life's stotmy se?, Mor tear the waves' rcViMtt ; i)es\nie tlie winds oi destiny No harm ran ever come to me For 1 am strong enough. 1 pit myseli again.st each wave, ?ily laith against the night ; I ventliic far be>ond the grave To where (Jod'x sun itirever laves The dreamland coaiit with light. Sunday .^School a apocial service in coianiemoration of Mother's Day will 1J6 held in the church on the morning of May 11. Appropriate music wlU be rendered. George, the little son of Mr. and Airs, C. A. Stephens, is 111 with mea.^les. MIts DUna Luter, neice of Mrs. Asqulth, and Percy were married in London recently. Windham, who DECISION RESERVE N BIG LAND CASE ARBITRATION AT MOOSE JAW WAS LONG DRAWN OUT AND EXHAUSTIVE Let tenippit blow '. soar ! They cannot harm my soul ! Though all alone my bark I steer, My flag IK nailed, my course is clear, And [ shall reach my goal ! -Ilouaid \'. Sutherland. *  * JlOTHKll'S DAY Tomorrow afternoon the regular tenni^ tea will be- served at the Leth- | , , ,. ,, , � bridge tennis clulj.courts. The courts Let lightnings ^j^yg dried .off splendidly after Tues-' day's snow''-gltidrir}i and, if this ideal yveather 'cp^tlif|iep, they will no doubt be t'^jfed-td capacity tomorrow. Mrs. 'Bour.tiuoiahd-Mrs, .J. B. Mulhern wiir.h6';hpstesBes. Mrs. J.- A.> Maok&y, Kourteenth St., .entertained.at a happy little af- ")'outh fades ; lovf- droops ; the leaves' (j^jj yesterdayt^jafternoon, when she of frienliip full : 'jiail hidden .iiii\J'inbeB, of mothers and A mother's secret hope outlives them their babiesv,? s^C'' shower of white all. -OUvpr Wendell Holmes. ."^umlay, Alay Jlth, will be o served throughout Canada and the United States as Mother's Day, and the white carnation will be worn as a tribute to the mothers of the land. This would he a Rood opportunity to write her the delayed letter, or maybe a little gift would gladden her heart, as she jearns over the ab- carnattons: a'dpriied the tea table and Mrs.'M. U.-Qtbsph .assisted in serving. X ' '. , Tho^e ;fRidden were .Mrs. L. C. Teepie, fes. G. A.: Stephens. Mrs Jacki Mr^^.A, Ci Raworth, ^irb. Salmon, Mrs._\J,J3. Terrill, Mrs. A. 0. Cameron Vaiid. Ui^J' McKillop. 'I'  Many VFereitho-Tisitors, who came to Westn^nstcr pfouse dunng the late . ------ Om ANNIVERSARY SALE As a� hpstes^ was gowned in two tonW grey ninon with touches ot the mothers and giving honor where honor is due. enrolled, Mrs. T. F. Kirkham and Mrs, J. U. Hlgitibotfiam welcomed those who attended. The Mission Band will hold a tea in the school rooffl on Saturday, years. Boys and girls ot fiftsen or sixteen feel some awkwardness ancl hesitancy about accepting small sums of money for tasks performed, but they have Just begun to realize the Moose Jaw, May 2.-The arbitration case between the Ross Park Rev. and viile, are rejo of a son this white and coraL � The viands were May 31st, wTien'the ladies ot the con- sweetness .of appreciation. Give them Mrs. E, F. Limibard and Miss Stella Lumbard moved into their new resl-dcince, 313 Thirteenth St., S., today. Miss Marion Marrs, daughter of. ' ^ ,,� , , , , T, ., iviuu uaoc .,c>,yv>�.i.......... Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Marrs, leaves to- . liamloops, ,Bi (J.., May l.-Railway I sub-division owners, and the G. T. P. morrow tor Vtrticouver, where she Donskuction lyorlt. In and around � for the right ot' way exproiiriated by i will visit for two or three months. Kamloops is heiyy- and before the i the latter, concluded yesterday with judgment reserved. The claim of the Ross Park sub-division owners, H. Y. Smith, was for $298,000, 'while the offer of the railway company was This case is the longest Mrs. Atkin, of Hardie- served by.jVrfs. .F.'B. Fisher, in pur- gre'g^tion are asked to turn out and the ncouragement of the word ejoicing over the arrival pig ^Uk crepe with an embroidered assist the young people. i praise. Is morning. |net overdress and chiffon toque in It was felt that, owing to the com- i - GLIOES GRACEFULLY NIO THE ITER fear is out many millions will be ipent. The, C. N. P. R. are rapidly laying steel'ton their main line from ^^^^^ this divisionai point north, east and 525,000. The quarantine for chickenpox at the rectory has-been raised, so that Rev. Canon and Mrs. Murrel-Wright and children are now able to be out,' irdrqsL _....................... the same color', and Miss Gladys paratlvely small sum so tar realized Downer, in white lingerie with pink from the chain teas, the weeks should accessories, all entertain before midsummer. The * *  ; days may entertain whenever they The concirt given last evening In' wish, but the weeks are urged to do the Bailey. street school, under the so ^^'ithin the stated time, auspices'of "the Hope of Lethbrldge After the business-meeting an ex-i Lodge .of the .Order ot Good Templars ceedingly pleasant time was spent was a decided 8ucxeE.s in ever yway. *he tea cups, when Mrs. J. Bro- Mr. A. J, Irving presided over the ox. ^'e, Mrs. Alhvood^and Mrs, W. H. cellerit propramme, which include ^"^''i^ hostesses., ed an interesting, knd in.lructive tall^ ^^f^ V''*J"''t*'!?.^ . - >, ,._j.....,. Hill and Mrs.-H. J, Goode will re- ceive, and Mrs. Hugh Scott, Mrs. west. .Besides this; a large amount will bo Bpoiit on stat ons and round-bouses, and work .6n ..ranch lines to the Okanagan diBttict. The C. P. R. trc out with 'gfading^ et^., "o^' double tracki artd active work will commence in. about throe weeks. THE PEOPLES' FORUM Editor Lethbriage Herald: Sir:--There is a quarantine station In this City where diir horses are kept. ' Has -ttie,"doctor running this larra a right to lot certain people have horses from this place to use on their homesteads for their O'Wn benefit? There is a certain party nea.r Burdett, we .understand, has the ii.se of some of the horses from this farm. There .are other people home-steading who are entitled to the use of these animals as well as a few chosen oties. It this la a farm for charity, let all of us homesteadea'S h'avo the sAxae pull. Now, kindly inform us through your paper It this trausaolion is allowed. It so, some ot Us homosteadere around the city would also like a standrin. A HOMESTEAOBR. Albert Vezina, aged 21, an Ottawa driver, fell from his rig and was fatally iurt. , known to the local judiciary, lasting 14 days, with three sessions per day, in the taking of evidence, and ten days being, taken up latterly with argument from counsel. W. B. Knowles was counsel for the G. t. P., G. E. Taylor and W. D. Dunn, represented the owner, H. Y. Smith, the arbitratoirs were District Court Judge Quseley, J. H. Grayson and L. M. Rqsevear. Practically every known case of land' compensation in Canada was cited hy the various counsel and the outcome of the case may bo such that the appellate court and later the privy council may have to make a decision. VES IRE LOST N FIRES For 1,688 of Hair We will pay for what you lue If Rexall .MW* Halj' Tonic doea noJ promote tlie growth of your hajir. In tUl our oxperlenoo with hair tonics the one that boa done most to uiao. om ooufidenoD is Uexali "03" Uak Tonic. " ' ----- _...... We have suoh well-founded foitb in it that we wont you to tiy it at our risk. If it does not satisfy you In every particular, we will pay for what you use to too extent of a 30 day treatmeiit. If Rexall "93" Hair Tonip does not reroovo dandruff, relievo scalp irritation, stop the hair t];ottx lalling arid promoto a new ffrowtb ol Hpir. oomo bank to ds aii'd ask us to roturn tbq moAey you paid for it, and we will prQTOt)tlyhdttd itb'aok to you. You don't-aim anything, promlao any- thing, bring anythlna badk, or in any way obliante yourself. Isn't that fair? ^ Doosn't it stand to reason that we' would not m^o such ft liberal ofior if wo .did hot truly belidva that ItoxoU "03'' Hoir Tonio will do all wofclaim for/it - that it will do all and;more than any other remedy? Wo hOiVo ovorything there is a demand for, and are abTo to judge tbo inorils of tho things wo soil. Cus-tomors toll us of their success. Tbore are moro satiaSed .users of Boxall "03" Hair, Tonio than any aimilar propnriiUon wo sail. Start a troatmont of Roxall "93" Hfth' Tonio today. If you do, .wa boUevo you will thank us.for this dvioe. TwoUie bottlOB, GOo and tl> You can buy Raxall "93'' Hair Tonio in t)^is oonrntiwlty only at ova Haiti �� J. D. HIQINBOTHAM & CO. Thera is.� B ""firuiin T forwhiotiHlarewj^opdad, V . Tb� Rozall Siere* an Anntrlca'i OrsatMt '   Drugstores ' IVIOUNTED POLICE ARE FINDING GREAT DESOLATION IN TRACK OF DESTROYING FLAMES Moose Jaw, May Sjt i^^\'ood- ward, government Irfimigratioh agent. Moose Jaw, and Leon Roy, of Winnipeg, returned from. a. . trip through the burned ouVsouth country, where they g^ye(v,reUef ^.to .settlers of the A.ssihiboia,.. .pgemaua, Willow Bunch, and Vldeiroy dlstfiots. They found many deserving eases, but could do nothing fdr the settlers e.v-cepting those who had not obtained their patents. A conservative esti-raato ol the loss is a quarter pi a million dollars. Qus Llnberg and his daughter, Mrs. Pearce, were burned to death, and her son Arthur is now in the Weyburn hospital in a precarious condition. There are reports ot other deaths, but they have not been confirmed, and notjiing definite will he known until tJie mounted police send in word. Mr, Stanley Wyatt, of Vancouver, forn,erly of the Eastern Townships Bank staff in this city, spent last week-end with Lotbbddge friends in Seattle. * � * Mrs, Chivers and her daugliter, Miss Dora Rogers, have takeii' an apartment in Portland until the middle ot the month. * * *,. Mrs. W. H, McLeiland, who'^ has been visiting in Los Angeles and Se^" attle, started from the latter, place yesterday for home, acdompanied by her cousin,  Miss Kathryn Shinn, They will visit Miss.Mabel Wallace' ia Spokane en route, *   - . Her. many friends will ,.be pleased to know, tliat Mrs. Arthur,jEleid is. now home after her operation at the Gait hospital, * * * ^ .,. - , Bennett's "Woman of Samaria"' will be rendered by the choir ot Knox church at the evening service next Sunday, This promises to be a musical tre^it and possibly the beat ot tho monthly musical services to date, ^Ir, and Mrs, C, R,'Cascadden'|in-^^ tend leaving-the, city-in about ,1 six weeks for Portland, Oregqn, where they will make their future home, � *  t>y Rev, F. .C, Atkin, of Hftrdievillei on "Sliim Ufe.in .London," outlining the work of reclaiffation ttmong that portion ot the great city's population. Solos by Mr, C, F>rrant, Mrs, J. W^i Reid's' exhibitlori of hypnotism, ani' clut Cwinglfig bj^ �Mr. Clarke, were! soin.^ jot the hnhfliefs'iyhlch attracted applause, , . , . . , y Gir^d Chaplain English and Chie| Templar Dell thanked � all who . had contributed to the_jjiaces.s of the affair, which netted the organization about,. $?5.00. Hodder and Mrs. Donald, will be hostesses. OF INTEFiEST TO WOMEN NEW $200,000 STEAMER FOR C. P. R. ON KOOTENAY LAKES IS NAMED "NASOOKIN", e.xchange CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The following from an contains some good ideas: How many of us have noticed how willing a oMld�1s to help a neighbor, and how ab;^piut61y:'averse to per- yest6Tdaraf[emroriau7ched"at the forming the  same-service at home? shipyards of tho Canadian Nelson, May 1.-Gliding gracefully and majestically into the waters ot Kootenay Lake to the accompaniment ot a din cf whistles which drowned the cheering of the crowd of fully 2,-000 people, who were gathered on'her decks, and at every vantage point for .some dlatance around, the new $200,-000 passenger steamer, Nasookin, was SIR RICHARD SCOTT Forryiorlyv Secretary* of State, died last week, aged 88. ' who ^Irs...,H. H. Lompn and son, .,,;^p,U.?,_____...... ert, have returned from an e?ct?Bded'. Ijended njeeting last evening visit in Hamilton, Out. They were,Elvira Kupst ably tooK thP accompanied home by Mrs. Lemijn.'^, sister. Miss Hanhani, of Ha.ihll^Qn, who will bo her guest for pat't pt tlio summer. ;th�, o|iMreu^ London, May 2.-Precipitated coercive action against Montenegro by Austria-Hungary is likely, according to information reaching diplomatic cifcles. in London .today. The powers it is boUoved will' bo allowed further opportunity of-bringing pressure to bear at Cettinjo, tho Montenegrin capital."The.oouncd of the joint cab--met ot Austria-Hungary ia its session at Vienna today, while it will discuss the details of the financial iand military., oporatiod ..which uaar .possibly be necessary  ultimately toanaum force the evacuation of Scutari before the Montenegrin troops will, it is believed iiere, postpone overt action. By the time the ambassadors in London of tho European powers come together again on Monday they expect to Iiave evolved a plan for the compensation of King Nicholas for tlie loss of Scutari, and it is thought probable that the real compensation oflered will be thinly dis- ' cussed under tho description of � rectification of frontiers. " " FIGHTING IN MOROCCO Rabat, Morocco, May I.-'A French column, part of Col. Mangin's forces fought a fierce ongagement on April , 28, at Sidlali, 'With a strong body ot ' trilbesmen atflllated with the reb�l Bl,' HJza. The Frencli troops were ana- � bushed, but succeeded in repulsing the tribesmen after seven Ihoura. � The Frencli lost 18 killed and 41 wounded. The-. rebels' oaeuaU^y list was vary large. __ i Chief inspector "Wlndsdr Of Norwich, a native of Colchester, .ivho la 35, wa'^ appointed chief cowta.l>le of Scarborough at a salary ot:*iOO pgr Are you a,user of Suijjight Soap? That.is the vital questipn. If you are, we give you. our thanks and also 11 .,. our assurance that, at all .bines.:aiiid at all costs, the � ^ ,.ihi^ht>:be,, and add, wim high standard of Sunlightis maintained,. . Sc^h^. ^u:,ji^,lj^RMmg^orS 5 ;