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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta !p% EM 13f 8BN8ATIOS AL BIGAMY CASE MARINES' OF U-S.5 NEW YOFKI BOARDING DOING 5HOREDR1LL BATT1E-SHIP AT BROOKLYN MWYI ed with arms and ammunition for the WYMANHRM AT minis Late Mexico Bulletins afternoon paper fca despatch irom Vrra Cruz slating that a Spanish paper at era Cliiz carries a despatch this after- nopn to the efiect that Qumdo Mo- hen'b, minister oi Commerce and In- the Huerta cabinet commit- ted suicide bv shooting last night San Lujs Potosi, within 200 miles of 'Mexico has lallcn into thi lands-of the Constitutionalists ac- cording to information guen r.jt bv 'Ucretari Brjan to callers todai promised that no more bombs will Bljan saidlbf dropped irom biplanes in the pre- late today that the T. S reply to I scribed atea.' Foreigners he says, will Iluerta's protest that the armistice he protected. had been violated by the government at Washington would be that) yera Canada has re- the government had taken ne 'ha1 the Heathershaw and Philips the the the Weds JIagrath, Alta, Mav Bv fa'i the largest real estate deal consumated here this >ear closed the other when Messrs Hcathershaw' and Phillips, two of Jllagrath's most m flueutial citizens, purchased the Wj man Farm, sue miiea i-.s tow n, for a figure neighboring on 000 This k one ot the finest farms In the country, and in sinking io much mono iu real estate at this particular time, these gentlemen show that thev realli believe in Al- bert% and that this countrj Has a promising future Implements aud the full farm equipment goes with the place, aud Heathershaw and Phil lips are planning to put it under a high state ot cultivation, thei ha ing a large gang of men and teams In the fields Last Sundav evening the regular conjoint meeting of the MIA, was held, hut ohraccount of the wet wea- ther'there was bnly a small congrcsa- lion present A splendid programme was, rendered, and those I who were present nere well imid for the effort The programme cons'st- ed as follows. Current Mr G Peterson quartette, Mesdarnes Lamb, Taslor and Wood and Miss Tomlln son, lecture, "The Fourth Article of Elder John H Bridge chorus, The Whlpporw ill's M 1 V choir, original poem, dedicated to her mother, by Mrs. Olive Benuion. Drew Clarke returned on Saturday from Calgao, where he. has been attending the provincial Normal ful the irast months ilr ClarKe sajs he has his work erv much, and also tl.e society of he students school, of whom le sneaks hishH Ho made splendid marks in his teaching, and, the results of the written tests will not be announced until June he relieves he parsed, succebsfullj Mr Clarke will probibh not begin actual teaching until tnp onenjng of the school vear in August when he will :ake up his profession. Lvman Rasmussen, nho has been connected with the staff of Jensen Bros Co for the past vear, has sev e-ed his connection with that firm and this morning'departed for Salt Lake Cib, will likely re- side in the future His brother, Jas Anthony, Is connected with the t Na- tional Realb Sales Co a' that and it is largely througn his Influ ence that Mi Raanrnssen is leaMng Canada. Mr TIasmussen has been a faithful supporter of snort in Ma grath during his Sojourn here, and in athletic circles his loss will be keenly felt. The members of the Anglican con- gregation here are' extremely sorry to learn of the pending departure of Obergon of tV Huerta forces are bound ior Peurto, Mexico, south of Vera Cruz The Stales has no warship there at- aggressive steps and that nothing had been done in violation of the suspension of hostilities German Steam- ship Co is endeavoring to- have traf-, j-eiugce tram irom MCMCO C't> CALGARIAN COMMENCED MAIDEN TRIP TODAY London, May Calgarian, the latest addition to the ocean fleet, be reached Cordoba The refugees gan her maiden voyage from are .to be' taken aboard the SS, Es- peranza at Pcurto, Mexico was reported at lit resumed on the Tehuntepic rail-''-the navy department late this after- .way. Huerta has stated that traffic noon'th'at. two German steamers load pool to Canada todaj-, Captain Cariip bell, forrnerh of the Virginian, com mandinCT The passenger list includes Sir Tohn Han ard Biles, nresident of the Institution of Naial Architects Canon Mowat, who has held regular sen-ices here for some time. Mr. Mowat .has made many friends here through his pleasant and kind dispo- sition, and numerous admirers in the clear, forceful manner in which he presented the Word to his congrega tlon. Two weeks ago, Mr. Mowat made a profound'impression'when he addressed the Oddfellows of Magrath. He is returning .to England, where lie vK! resume his ministerial labors in one ot the large churches in Lanes, shire. Fighting- the Weeds A. J. -weed inspector for this district of.the Spring Coulee diatrict, will shortly com- mence an active campaign against the weeds in his inspectorate. Following the advice given by the government officials at the convention at Clares holm, he will prosecute a vigorous warfare on the pest, and appeals to the farmers to co-operate with him in the eradication of the noxious weeds prevalent in this section of the coun- trj-. He has purchased a motorcycle, which will greatly facilitate'his work this season. While the department does not desire to'work any hardship uli the people, they are determined to make Alberta clean of weeds, oven If the stern hand of tho law Is brought into operation. But so long as the farmers imow- the right attitude in tho matter, and try. to rid their land oi weeds not-hins wilt be done. Oth- orn-iso, prosecutions will' undoubtedly follow What promises to be one of the most pleasing musical offerings _of the year will be presented-in Blectrlc theatre on Saturday evening next company of talented local l.idlel, trained bv Mis Alston, and presented as a benefit for the purchasing of a- piano for the new LDS chapel "The Feast of the Red Corn" is the title ol tills beautiful operetta, depicting the attractions and romance of .In- dian life, and the music of the pro- ductlon is ot an unusually high -or- der. Some of the most talented lad- les In town are Included in the casto, and the pri-cipala will he eup ported bgy a tn gorgeousls dressed chorus of alto and soprano voices DISTRIBUTION OF THE ULSTER VOLUNTEERS In this map of Ulster the contingents otitttt lorcp and Hi arc Indlcufj by black bars 'Pho iiu the crow gairlsoa towns whe'io tioops been drafted A Co. Store FRIDAY. MAY RyUndu A Co v Extraordinary Sale of Ladies1 New Spring Suits On sale Saturday evening only, from 7 until 10 o'clock See the big window display UFRE IS GOOD NEWS for 25 chance to buy a Suit at a fraction of even their cost. One of tin1 most brilliant merclisiiHlis- ing achievements Me know sale that will positively establish a record for the sale of Ladies' Suits iu this city. _ 25 Suits, Worth up to Including Every Suit in the Store, on Sale for Three Hours Only Think it Over Please Did you CA-cr bear of such a Imignin in bnuid new inorclmudibe? Woiuve been celling suits ul a profit ior the past eight Xow e uontic our ellorts in cleaning ont the balance, so iunugmated this Quick Action a glimpse (it Ike -win- dow and you'll bo here Saturday Night. NO SUITS WILL..BE ALTERED OR LAID ASIDE A-T THIS PRICE. ALL SALES FINAL; For Suits worth up to Think it Over Other Bargains for Saturday Shoppers Pumps and Oxfords Hosiery Sheets and Quilts Button Oxfords, either tan 01 black, also gunmetal colonial pumps, values up to SS.sizes 3 to onlj White Waists Another'lot for time we feature Waists with Dutch necks, a few high collars, values up to ?2 Ladies' black, white or tan silk hosiery, seamless-.feet, the fam- ous Kadium Ho0-3 _ Yests or Drawers Warm weather will soon be here. Buy tlteae .fine gauze 01 umbrella ere special .it Large English aead Sheets ?1 25 01 ctullta uorth onl> j ciioice for to white Www Men's Socks A bargain for. the men 2" dozen sample silk, lisle, cot- ton or lisle hcse, worth ill? to 16o a I ah fin 5 pair, foi 9 I "W" D A Corsets __ Lisle Hose _ fe-' Last Saturday we sold over 56 pairs of this D. A. Corset; to- morrow -we expect to do even better value, half price, one da> onlj Combinations Ladies' Ribbed Cotton Combina- tions, open or closed style; a great bargain, worth iOc and 05c, all one pnce Girls' fine silk lisle ribbed 'hose, colors white, jilnk, sky; sizes up to SV'z, regular 3 ,c qual ity, all one price Princess Slips Ladies' fine Lawn and Muslin Slips, sizes 34 to 40; nicely trim- med with embroider} ff< On sale at Two splendid lilies, of Boys' American Shirtwaists, sizes '3 to jears Fast colors aud materials, ou bale Boys' Hats Another shipment of those smart cloth hats for boys. .See them in the men's window, checks or plain cloths Of) ft Pnced from WWW Rylands Co. Specialists in Hosiery, Corsets and Underwear" Self-feeding hoppers located In a dry place containing bran, ground oaU and grit Insure a constant euppjy of food to the clicks Cnuked guliu should fei! In the liloi. viiijels, thus icmovlng tho Ilkolllicod of Following the TUanlc diMSter, tho United "states put In commlmlon vessels to patrol' pails of tho Atuntic Kftwmrd The plctuio shows 'Sonor.." '-.obew lom-Mnu of feet Zn the'oce.i'and rlgh, in the track ol vmel. fh. report W.S h, to all ;