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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Mm tHE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Fi-lclay, May 2, 1913 4 nville writes mmm note CHALLENGES WHITNEY TO GIVE HIM A HEARING BEFORE A FAIR COMMITTEE Windsor, Om . May 2.-M. C. "lai-,son\ille, (oriiior scrrctar) to Hon. ' Or. ({caiimc, has issupd a replr to i the statements oi Hon. Mr. Hanna iami W. K. MeN'aught, M.P.P., before i the (.ominittee of privileges and elec-, tions He don is that he peddled the' j documents. I.'o has been from place , ! to place, and wants to know how the Hanna-Fallon-ryne letter reached the public works tlepartmcm. Ho declares he was sacrificed but took the course he did to save a pol.tical friead. and challenges Sir James Whitney, and Hon. Mr. Hanna to give him a liearing before an independent comniittcc. He further chal-lenccs Sir lames Whitney to show . that there uas any admission of the 'Taylor contribution until within the i last two mouths MaisonviUe has wired the chairman of the commit tee thai he is ready to testify. PAINTING THE COUNTRY RED Also white and blue. Wsalthy members of the Ontario Motor league climbing and painting telephone and telegraph poles on the main roads of Ontario, as the Inauguration-of a new system of read guides for automobiles. This system will extend to all parts of Ontario and eventually to other p.-ovinces, arrangements now being made for co-operation with Motor leagues in eastern and western provinces this week. Narrow painted rings around the poles in various colors, indicate the course of the roads In various directions. eg bakers stie ONE OF QUESTIONS INVOLVED; WAS RECOGNITION OF UNION AND NUMBER OF HELPERS Winnipeg, May 2.-Decided progress is being made towards sctil.m nt of the strike oi the bakers in this city. Eight firms have signed contracts and the men have gone back to work under new conditions which incli;de recognition oi th;;ir uni n, one tf the principals inr which 'h y s r c'c. The mast?r baK s have agreed to he demand of the men that one helper be employed for each fi.e haulers, but some of the firms, particularly the larger ones, it is said, still object to recognizing the union as the men demand. A complete settlement is expected in a day or two. The Liadies' Store ^ Phona 453 Acadia Block Saturday is Millinery and Ready \hF^^r^ ri'i^r and Astonishing Price lO wear U'ay, Reductions Prevail Saturday is to be a memorable day in the selling of finest headwear and out�i' garments and Ba.vlng chances such as are announced here are seldom met with at this or any other season of tho year. The advisability of filling your wardrobe, not only for the present, but for some months to come, Is strongly emphasized in tho Saturday Bargain Price of every line mentioned here-Choose early. Saturday Suit Sale Of Unusual Importance REGULAR VALUES UP TO $47.feo IN SOME OF THE gQ CHOICEST SUITS BROUGHT OUT THIS SEASON These suits undoubtedly are the very best values the women of this city have ever had the opportunity to buy at such a very moderate price and include our entire stock of high grade novelty lines produced by the leading manufacturers in this country. Shown In finest Imported Navy Serges, as well as lovely quality wool Bedfords and Worsteds, In the best shades of tans ff and greys, every one exclusive with this store........... iPwCoSPU SATURDAY TOWEL SALE -25c~ Rogulai- "Wo Values Extra heavy weight, large slr.e, TuTkish Towels, In plain white as well as brown, with red or wihite stripes. All these towels are a specially purchased lot and particularly good value at tbe price......,..... > 28o, Saturday Hat Sale, . .. S5.00 Values Worth up to $10.00 This $5.00 lot for tomorrow includes the remaining styles left from last week's sale, to-getlher with a score or more of other new models added to the lot an the small smart jihapea, so much in demand, together with a good number of larger shapes. Extra Special at ..............................$5.00 Saturday Dress Sale .. S2.25 Values worth up to $3.50 Dest Gingham House Dresses at less than the making alone would cost you. Made of washable ginghams in stripes and ohecks as well as plain charabrays; all perfect fitting goods, buttoned fronts and well sewn throughout. Saturday Special ................ $2.25 SATURDAY HOSIERY SALE Values Worth up to 45c. Finest Cottons and splendid quality Lisle Goods with natural wool soles; others with ribbed tops and others again with ' ice ankles, in embroidery work. All high grade goods and guaranteed fast colors. Extra special Saturday .............. 25c. Saturday Sale Of High Grade Coats $19.50 Including $32,50 and $35 Values in ttraetive and very best Styles of the This is au opportunity no woman a new coat in mind for garments of never offered before at such a phen Very rich Tweeds, Whipcords, the prettiest styles shown for this the last time Tomorrow, at close to ular values ..................... the Most At-Season ... should miss who has still such style aiid (-luallty were omenally low figure. Shot Coverts, Worsteds In season's wear on sale for .'".'..'!".,"': $19.50 Last Call FOR THE "YARDAGE CLEARANCE" TOMORROW Stock np well tomorrow on all lines of piece goods. It Is tho last day that every line will be on sale at reduced prices. From now" on all goods go back to regular prices with the exception of various lines which will be advertised from day to day for a one-day final clean-up. There will be something new and interesting all the time, however, and savings announced from day to day that will be well worth your immediate atention. THE PERFECT SHOE forSUMMERSPORTS FOR EVERYBODY Made In Smart Styles, Suitable For Every Outdoor Occasion ! YOUR DEALER HAS THEM Yob WOtit At WsU Get THE BEST CANADIAN CON80UOATCD ^ RUBBER CO., LIMITED. 2 ' .MONTRCAU EFLEGIS HOPEFULNESS MEN OF FINANCE THINK POWERS WILL STICK TOGETHER ON WAR PROBl,EM MRS. mmm IS SEN mm POLICE TOOK NO CHANCES ON FAIR DAME MAKING ESCAPE FROM COUNTRY ; Capt Geo. Rosa, a lake mariner, Is dead at Port Robinson, Ont., aged 63. The Maximum of Style and Quality with minimum of price, consistent with Male Attire stantlard. This system o( clothes making, place3 g-city tailor at your very door, f ^Gome m to-day. 5 200.of the newest dotbs for your ,^ $15:to $35 y RIDPATH t^-'p � Cash Tailor  "\0,5 Streets., Lethbridge Berlin, May 2-Political circles here are very reticent today concerning the -Montenegrin situation, apparently waiting information as to the result jf council of ministers at Vienna. On the stock e.Tchange, however, tihe ictiylty of business today indicated that tbe opinion prevailed there that the critical point of the situation had been passed. Speculators seem to have reached the conclusion that che European powers would stick together and that Montenegro was preparing to back down. A stormy general rise took place in most securities and none of the uncertainty and depression of the preceding days was shown. Some specialties advanced fiom ,5 to 7 points. Canadian Pacific 3^, R.ub-sian banks, 3, German banks, 1, and the general list of securities from 2 to 3. London, May 2.-Mrs. Enimeline Pankhurst, the militant suffragette leader, was today, with the consent erf the authorities, removed from tho house in which she had been staying in London to a sanitarium at Woking, where she will remain under the supervision nf the police. She tr led In a. motor ambulano* which wa followed by a ta,xi-cab oon-veying several Scotland Yatd detso-tlves, who were on duty to prevent Mrs. Pankhurst attempting to flee the country. SOME STRIKING EXAMPLES OF CUBIST ART The name "Cubist" originated about four years ago, and the first "Cubist" was named Picasso. He was a Spaniard, and was called cause his pictures were full of angles and squares. Futurism followed the n ev/ly acquired art of Cubism, and differed from the latter pressing various-movements of form and color, frequently included with sensations and feelings experienced in the action. Before these ever, came Uo"st-rmpreEsionlsm, which seeks to represent nature and form, the latter in relation to the space In which it exists. Thus appears distorted.' a "Cubist" be-In chiefly ex-two arts, how-the form often Mr. Naismith on a Tour Mr. P. L. Naiamith, manager of the department of Natural Resources of the C. P. R., was In the city today and visited the company's mines. mi \i. N tBi!A DEFEATED DEFENDER OF SCUTARI IN ADVENTUROUS ROLE \ IN AUTONOMIOUS PROVINCE Athens, Greece, May 2.-A letter received here from Corful states that Essaad Pasha, who was the Turkish commander-in-chief, during the prolonged siege of Scutari by the Montenegrins, has formed a govemmeni at Tirana, where he has proclaimed the autonomy of .Albania, under the suzerainty of Turkey, and hoisted the Turkish flag, Instead of the Albanian flag Bssaad Pasha has also written a letter to tbe Metropolitan of Duraz zo, stating that the Albanian government Lakes the authority of the Orthodox church, to which it will offer Its protection. This letter further states that the Albanian government Is in no way hostile to Greece, and that it recognizes the northern frontier of Epirua, In accordance with the demands of the Oreak government. BREAD, CAKES AND PASTRY OF THE BEST QUALITY - Saturday Sale - AT THOMPSON'S GROCERY FORMERLY R. A. CRAV/FORD'S Sandwiches Made for Parties and Dances JAMMED HER HAND .Lond&a, May 2.-Lady G.-esci-y, who too)! ovqr the Irish players to Amerl-oa, and 'who la herself a playwright, BWffarad slight in Jury during her j�tuni to this country. A heavy sea Jammed her right hand in the door of her stateroom. No bones were broken, 'but she is unable to use her hand. Mrs. J. B. Richardson 528-12th Street South PURE ICE CREAM MADE FROM THE PUREST AND CHOICEST OF CREAM AND FRUIT FLAVORS. Containing nothing in the smallest degree unhealthful. It is both delicious and whole-some. TRY ONE. -HALLETSr The Florentine Phoije 1404 5th St. South C U B I,6T tAND^CAPe. ' nOTH AND C li I t,D. nor s under 6 fee! her Brandon, Manitioha, May 2.-During 2-i hours (lom 7 a.m. yesterday to 7 a.m. today, the Assinlboine river rose 10 inches at this i^lnt, and now practically the entire portion of the city north of the C. P. R. track.s is under water, v.'liich in some placrs is five and si� tcet deep. The rise of water was so Si'i*'luat^.Ji9WJ;-�fj mA. owing to the fact that the polic3 kept the rosidcnis acciuainted w Ih the condition of affairs, the damage done will bo very slight. The river, however, is over a mile wide now. At the experimental farm practically all the land south of Main, east and west, is under water. Twenty-flve acres of this land had been seeded. Mr. Hogg in Town A. B. Hogg, the Carmangary lawyer, and ofllcer of. the Asaoclate i Boards of Trade, was lu the cUy ou ! buBiness tcdy, returaio^; Jp Ofcr- LOSING TWO GOOD MEN Wm. McRao and R. G. Wilson, former constables on the city police force left this afternoon for the north. Mr. McRae goes to Edmonton and Mr. Wilson to Calgary. Both left tho force highly recommended by Chief Davi? as men' faithful to their tasks and deserving of great credit. Mr. McRae told the Herald that In his eight years of police service, he had never met a chief constable of the high calibre of Wm. Davis.. Mr. McRao was one of the best liked "cops" on the street, and was the rw-clplent of several tokens of regard from different citizens, upon Jila departure. Peterboro will dons.te an |8,000 site to Uie Vermont Marble Co, ANOTHER ALIEN LAND BILL Sacramento. May 2.-Auotier autl-allen land bill copied directly from tbe Webb act, now before the Senate, biit with a clauHe added permitting aliens Inellffible to citizenship to lease farm lands, was introduc-od last night. This bill would pwrrait tho lease of farm lauds for a period of three years. Has Nothing to Say Mr. W. D. Finley, secretary of the Associate Boards of Trade of Southern Albeita, would not give out a statement today iTgarrting the action of the local board In withdrawing Margaret Houche, of Cornwall, Ont, has been aiTtatod ou a bigamy cUarge* 171985 67 4485 7806 ;