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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHflRlDr.E HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. i w I 'it, Store Acftdik Block Your Needs in and The Most Satisfactory .Store to Hosiery and Corijets '4 Ail the Other of Dress v selection of the hlafstartaarci of quallt; 'little Uiingi" m oBTerTlneVTs funY Munich delnanded in" these smaller neces'sf tlw of correct dress by women of exacting taiies And not only Will you these itoiku couplet. >nd htnilvi and oualltlM ef.lMfeuperler gundard characteristic of thlt kut prlWiintMwMMy the, Iwgft wu will meet with In thjt kRY ANO'OLOVES Including "better worth We per pair A table Ml Displayed on centro floor for your easj cnoos Ing tenon In fine illk Ilile goods, excellent qualities black Ian, and. white, tiuves of excellent quality silk lisle and chamolsueae goods in 'tans, white, black and natuial colorb M7CS 6 to 75a All attractive valuss for tomorrow's (wiling 3 for 00. Silk HOID Me; value, I Silk Hose 11, Reg Value Wonderfully good valuw In I HJxtra heavy neight all silk Mavy ivelght Bilk irltji lisle lo'e IiJioae ahonn In black and wlilto heel, ben and top Colors black, I wily Far and .iwa) tin; best tau ana BIwMW to 10 I money s wcrth WP have ever had inches I to show. All rumen SUARANTEEO KIO GLOVktB, Of the TrefToute Make Shown in a complete flll Uie Ranted eveiy pair fully jauranteed and replaced if defects appear Perfect fitting, all sires 3 tucemoK LONG KID Every pair Perhftpe you par a little more th.u for uo interior giades, but qualltlet are all reliable and the fit purfeci. Wultc, black and tana In iltei tp 7H 256 FINE LI3H i VESTS.' In OualltlM Other good makea at IDC, lie, 65c and lip to Jlflp Every gar- ment matchless .value and ghowii'ln wanted stjli, regulai and large _' LISLE UNION gnC SUITS A Specially Wirehiised Line. Tight: and: loose lilting knee. quality garmenta in all regular sites, fine ribbed and aplcn-' did to -wear, sleeves or aleere less 'j. t r Gossard Corsets to and'- most rfp'.tKnB.i front lacing corset, llaa.inany iinltatore but no Models for slight medium and stout figures; All-sizes just We fit them to suit your figure Office 1224 IRD8 "AT EVENING tho horaewaid and the are (Allowing high the grey fact of the silence wltl a (liver dream are eliotl. I mind me. of the little wings abrca sky seek their rest of God. When the dove IB hidden and the d la wlilto on the corn, And brown in the heather ant 1 LEGftLLlfMffly? QUESTION RAISED IN FIRST CASE OF KIND IN DOMINION OF. CANADA Itoaay wl Victoite, London, May 5 appeal oi con- siderable u-tersst to Roman Catho- lics was heard in the PrUj Council when Mrs Tremblay oi St -------re, P, Q appealed against tho i decision of the Court of Review of that proving confirming a decision of Judge Uruneau, ttho granted to her husband, Napoleon Tremblay, a 1 declaration that' his marriage was were undisputed The parties, both Roman Catholics, uere married In J901, i tnor ot them knew that they -were leoufins in the fourth degree and no dispensation was ap- plied for Th? hasband, later, aeccrtamed the relationship and applied to the Bishops under the rule of the council of a decree of nullity This was, granted Arguments for the wile, rested largely on article of the Civil Code It was further contended that the code pnn ided for no oi nulhtv of marriage neoause'of the ciisttnve of ecclesiastical impediment even under the rule of Council of Lattrn The impediment such at the present was. not an absolute oic and it had_ usually hein tbf' prac tice to grant dispensations in an; event It nas further argueij for that if the'marriage was, actually soiemmied it ?ould not be annultedfand any'penalties could be ecclesiastical penalties Ref 'erence vas also made on behalf of the to the statute of King Hen ry VIII which declared rhat all im- pediments, those mentioned in Mrs. B. B. Stenabaugh has left for points in Ontario and is-ill visit her parents :.Mrs., H. Eliner Green, has left on a inohtli's visit: with 'her parents at Brandon. Mr Halton Caesidy of MoGIll lersitj, Montreal is spending the summer here He is a nepiew of Mrs W. S Ball. v Hiss Dieselh, loft last for D sjpter, Mrs J.'G WalstW j SlcPhee Ba's gone to Swift Current to month with rela tives Earl Grey, whp Uas.been .touring in the antipodes m jtjie of tiie proposal to build. house on the' A'ldwych' site, Strand, London, Is now returning home "He wih reach San Francisco on May 5 and will re- main there for a On his trip continent lie -will not touch Canadian points in obedience to the rule of ortcial etiquette, which pro hibjta an from revisiting, m private capacltj., Che dominion over which he formerly ruled Clubs and Societies Trinity Church Ladies' Aid, Hardie Tille, will meet at three o'clock to morrow with Mrs Marsh A full at tendance' IB requested, TJie Women's Mlssionai v Circle and Jjidies' Aid of the .Elrst. Baptist Church will meet In the churcft at three o'clock tomorrow. All members are uiged to be present Music and Dramatic Art sec- tion o! the MatliBBis Club will meet at three o'clock lomoirow afternoon God's lin, shall not lendei. ,ny mar-' South rlago impcaclialile within the King's witli Mrs. C. R. 1829 5th Ave. realm or aiiy Q( his Grade' lands and dominions. Tlic cane is the first jurisprudence. The case cd. pthsr St AugUEtin'b Choral Soi put. on a concert 111 St. put. on a concert m at-juiguaiiu-. is revwied win? Is in Capad an on May 14th, at 880 pm lo and eten cl was adjourn I The society hss been rehearsing to drink it, JSacl WELCOME Brandon, RAIN i AT Man, Mar .BRANDON s Steady Bcme time, nnd the program promises -to'be exceptionally Una. The Workers' Conference of the rain, which started last night. Is still falling here, putting a complete stop to seeding operations in Oftt disttict At Experimental Farm 'one inch of rain was recorded during" the niuhl Inquiries over the 'phone, tljl? morn.- ing, however, elicited (lie fact that Farmers are not worrjing oier'thc de- lay Fully twothiids of lie" wheat been sown, and farmers to the south of the city only toarser graini to sosr, Three fourths of the wheat is In Ufa eroiind at the Experimental Farm! and in 'i few Christian Sunday _ AH teachers, officers and others in tereated are urged to be present At the I close of the conference session special music for Mothers' Day will be, practiced. The Ladies' Aid of the Christian Churdh will meet at tluee o'clock to mjirow In the old Wosley Church on Third Ai enue Tins will be the regu. lar business meeting and a full at- work will commence on the oats tendance is requested as plans foi and barley enlarging the 'vork will illscnseed t The foreignei s m our do about them and what inter do v e take m them? to "MIS3OURIAN" SENATOR Washington, May calling upon President Wilson tar In Coimutton a to whether any basis for the statement to- _dav that the President may aid Villa "to becomo the next ruler of' Mexico, was introduced in'o the by Senator Lippltt of Rhode Island, Tho resolution, under an objection by Sonitor Stcne, for elgn relations committee, vfent over until tomorrow. Not in This CiM Mn Incum (M legis- lator ausvected of a bribe Thoy say Mrs U K w tnlkt t not Jo in Try This Treatment For Superfluous Hairs (The Atodern Beautv sneoiallsts are gieatly estud lii the new treatmqnt for remov- ing objectionable hairs, and the suc- cess of this treatment (which. noai lively aseineii) moans the abandoning of, the painful nnd time-cbnsnmlng needle treatment A paste tumclent to the lialrs not wanted Is rmade powei ed delatone and wntir ord applied: after 3 or 1 min- utes remove and with It every trace of hair Waahtna; Uie skin to remove the remaining delatone It clecr and JUin St jou get these questions are very plain in of an Interview witn Miss Formah, wblon the following facts were glei Mist Forman, Dominion W. T.' U. missionary to foreigners In Ca ada, that Canadians undervalu and fail in appreciation of the foreig er, who.In worth.knowing. Miss Fo uian had .this fact brought 'homo mo plainly io the oiylng shame and dl grace of Christian Canada by a cae which wis brought to her notice Yorkton, Sask. A Doukhobor there reported Insane and yet the onlj proi of insanity lies In the fact that h ssyi Canadians shake hands with him M'ss FornjT whA In L1 brldgeiabout two organize night claeees for adults on Tueada and Thursday evunings in the Miner Hall Already thirtj five foreiguei have enrolled in their eagerness 1 learn the .English-language.' 8U the teachers, Miss Bprrlngei, Mis Dunswoi th, Miss' Dieeeth, 1 .peiiny, Miss Flett and -Miss Dora ls'1 mons are assisting'and will coutlnu excQllent work, when Miss F.o man moves on to new fields. A Mothers Club has also -been form ed and has ten members to start, is vitally necessary that something fc for tho adults as the chlldre are taught English, in our nubl! schools, which are doing very fin work Jn thin regard, or we will hav these children despising theif parent pr their country., One foreign girl wi being reproved: by her mother for stay Ing .out late At-night The girl sal mother, "You have been tw jears here' and .yet you do not, krioi Bngjish. You don't know the war il this country., It is alright in Caaadi to out late There you have th girl looking down on her mother' :rainlng on account of her mother' Ignorance. Loyalty to ihome and coun try Is the only safeguard on which to build up loyal Canadians At. Yorkton a pbukhpbor girl who md gone to sohopl and Brandon Co! ege, acted as Miss Inter- preter. When the sclioole can accom much inf one generation fo .he- cnildren, jt is all the more tarv to do something for the parents without delay." Canadians w'll never teach foreigners to lovi Uheir when they use sue? names as "Dagoes "Bhej etc this is wrong I we teach them the lore of home anreie broiifht to the top during the night, and it la be- lieved the mine will be clear by night. tall NOTED HISTORIAN DEAD Paris, May 5 Oatquet, the yuntine historian, died today, aged 2 years. CYCLONE KILLS TWO Maud, Texas, Mav cjclone hlch passed over Uils "section last ght, killed two, besides doing ibusahds of dollars worth MOORE -AW RAS. HAPPV NOW Moote Jaw, May vucoe announced thin morning that Mk the business el UM dty Is close their end nrfBws on Mon- day, May il, at 3 IP Io their to attend opemhn K Western Canada i BRITAIN RECONaiDERINa EXPOSITION DBCHION Lonion, May British town' ment will reconsider in deoialoB. act to participate in the Panama Eiposition at San sad It probaWr iMll deoMa cball officially'be'na.raiMlM at the fnlr la a term. Aiqoith a deputation from the of Commons repreieatlnc more halt the membership and submit their views t tt's a pleasure to bake and roast with an oven that's always bright and clean. See Built to burn natural gas fitted with white ena- melled roast pan and anti-rust oven. Ask the McClary dealer. m NATURAL OAS, LlflHT APPLIANCE CO, 115 ;