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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuwwlav, May 13. 1013 THE LBTII BRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 and if) ou pmcbiK knh wrung iiade Thi' bnad ii Inoirn flute that U ffltie Ii the e oT pUlr. fof BRITJS'H JOURNALIST HAS'MANY GOOD 13.-Cuter, the title, 1 go to an Ens- lisli journalist's impressions, tko ar- ticles in the Daily Mail written bf Sir. Hamilton Fyfc, spCLial corres- pondent of'fhat journal have alter revision been in sis peliny Intnl. Mr. lias a vivul pow- er ol description and the articles deal in graphic fashion with Mr. l-'vfe's mirriSEioris embrace Canadian lite Irom Montreal to Van- comer and which were gathered on mere than one journey. Home of Mr. Kvfe's aphorisms are jartU.iil.ulr For iust.ince, "An Ameri- WILL DISCUSS SAFETY FIHST MOVEMENT AND ORGANIZE TO MAKE IT. EFFECT- IVE Neil Saturday, May lllh.'at 10.CO a in. a. Joint meeting of rfcpresenlat Ives ot ell the, railway organiiatloui and freight handlers will meet IB Smllh'B office, Lcthbrlds to uisuija and form committees t carry out "cafety first movement." o the- railway lines projecting from I-cthbrldge. After tho above, name committee is formed they will agal meet in a week's tlrje and ee-lccl cualrirum jnd secretary viho will tak up the "safety first movement" an bring to the attention ot ta proper railway officials any obslru lion too to the tratk, will pre- vent possible .trainmen and yard- men from stepping on pilots and foot- hoards when. engine Is disconnecting air IIOEO between the cars when moving, coins between cars vvU-n In motion to couple or un- couple them aud any other mam-ri licrtilulng to the welfare and safely ot all eiuifcoyeci. Tho safety first EDITED 8Y "INO" PHONES Offlcs Rtv 1115 As Ye Would should tt-e of weeks- vacation at Uovan, Bask. Mr. llarcourl, of Fcvthtoio, Is ro A Irothei laDeulshlcg In Eore distress And 1 should turn and lease him com- fortless, When I might be A of liope and happlnflH H..K ardi wide and three yards long. the lUiujr for a small bedroom. Go on salo tomorrow (f p OE Jap Mattings 10 cents Two pieces tl a very durable quality Japanese nuulcp. lull yard wide Conventional designs in red or green on Nat- ural color ground. Coos on sale tomor- 4 ft row at i'-r Uw content. Quantities are limited, hence the need to be on hand early The Hudson's Bay Stores DAUGHTERS OF EMPIRE CONVENE VANCOUVER ISLAND REDSKINS WILL HOLD OHG1E8 TWO WEEKS ______ .._ Victoria, May W.-This is the first illation In istetn Canada. One asks wcek-ot the annual pollalch ol the 'how 'people.' arc' there there Honghecs Tribe of The new One's informant tikes .1 deep' breath, reserve, not !ar from the city, to looks one lull in eyes lo.seshow the "trite removed' alter the much will he swallowed and names j settlement of the long-ktanding ques- thc largest figure ho can think ol .Ii' it arouses he adds Mr. Crdren, of I'fiigary, Is a or in the cltv. Mr. Lawrence XaiEroilli, or Calgirv IB a visitor in the city. Ruth and Jean, tho daughters of Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Gait'r.iith, are ill with measles. Mr. P. V. Leu Is, o! Medicine Hat, wis a visitor in the city yesterday. Rev. Canon Murrcl-V.'risht will re- turn tonight from a short trip to Cal- gary. Sirs. Everefieia. of Cardston, spent ho week-end the. guest ot Mrs. w. A. Blcnner-Hassett, cc route home'from Mrs. U. B. Dranflo-x, who has been confined; to bed illuess for come days slowly recovering. Tho chlckenpoi' ciuarar.tlne uas roifcd from the o! Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Church today. CJLUBS AND SOCIETIES 'there or Jherj-aDOUts.' chcpMciEin i.i "iccrcased by the ridi- cule which'tile new towns pour on each census. Yet all this is Iu his lasl v.nid Mt.-Fife says "Rncljr.d is old, Canada ii yduhs- :6uns nev er pay much heed to opinions ot the old; anil they ate right. Experience-Is ol some _y'alue tioa aitecting the sale ol Ihrir lorm- er rescifo on wlilch the Victoria rail- road terminals arc now being con, strueleS, is the tcene of general festivity, and representatives o! most, of the Island tribes as well as some of those ofCrte Mainland and of the State'ot are guests. The potlatch wilt last.tor two weeks ami will the May 25th cele- bration In'ivhich thoHndiins will par- ticipate. fealute ot the SIsplo Creeirj Miss Marion: Fifnithr who h'Qs been attciidins the University of Alberta, bss returned from KoTnrJiltdri for the summer holidays'. Mr. Buctan and Miss Buchan, of Alta., Wero week-end _visitors with" M'r. Vnd Mrs." T. E. right, t.xperience-.s 01 some _jaiue ticipatc. A icaiure 01 but jou have only to .set it against I year bo'a'day set apart for_ the enjhusiosm ol jouth'lo see'howjthe celebration ol. the .erection ot a tim'd it j.s, hpw siifi the-joints. [monument to'the ancestors of tho "and women, Canada wants This, surmount- holh ar.d will them .for m-iny ajmg a column of .red-granite a year to.comc. Uut it i.s-thos; who hase.ot grey granitei-Learb the in- resri-nd to her, call novy that she will r rewarrl most plentiful." Memo. Presented by Business Men nscriptipn: monument was r-rcctcd by tho tiibe to the memory ot their departed grandfath- ers and grandmbtliets rcmoVe'd here." The monument cimo'frbm Scotland. from froat gc.iicd that these cars can he nunc inoic profitable running to other parts ot the city alisuih limes, Mrs, Mr! C.- Manson, was a week end visitor in Calgary, reluming las night.'accompanied by Mrs.'Manson who EBE been visiting friends In Ca' Eary Iwelvo days. Rev. MrVjETays, principal of Bisho Pinkhain College, Calgary, 01 eupy the plilpil in St. Augustin church, at both services on Sunda neit. Mr. Seaman, of the Imperial ban Blaff, left last night to spend n coup Resolution Censuring the Deputy. Speaker i Continued from front pagaj yam 01 the circumstances, could only movo thei arc not required lor the park, [to expel, or eise (oka no ot Scavenging i him. Ho had taken Ihe milder courso. H is suggested that in view ol th3 and ignored him. consumption ol gas in llu city, Arthur Grows Saucy that reduction in the cost of lliis "Words fall to describa Ihe scandU- department can tc made. That 1'r.e OU3 character of Ihe wtlon ot the scarenzera are not oveiworttd is for St. said Mr. Meigh. very noticeable- I'crps and Roulevatds It is sneseslcd that moie care he Liberal cries of "3hiima! The Speaker ruled that -the word iiseil in planting throujhoul the not parliamentary. titv. H Is a matter ol comment the i ruiej that "shame" was i large percentage ol trees that have to he replaced annually. It is also iUiKtsleil that the houis of lawn wa- tering in the. morning he changed Irnni C to 8 a.m., to 6 to 10 a.m. In General It is suggested by reason ol pres- ent conditions that the work ol all (he City Departments niyst he less- er.cil thereby, and that- a reduction of the various slafia can justly he made. VENERABLE METHODIST DEAD Vancouver, H.C., Mny J3. Hey. J. r. Hells, a patriarch of tho Methodist Church In Urltlih ColumbU, died to- day. Heiherl G. Dering, councillor of tho nritish at Rome, has hooa nppolnled a deiegato to represent Ca- nada at Ihe Guntral Assembly o[ the Internailonsl IiiBlltnte of Agrlcniture. THE PERFECT SHOE FOR SUMMER SPORTS MX. YOUR banned word. 'I wns nhant to substitute 'shame- ful' for said Mr. Melgh- sn. "I will r.ow jiibslltute "oittTag- cous.1 and do U with apologies for ln- ndeauack of term." Sir .Wilfrid Laurler prote-sled, ani 'the Speaker ruled sealnst the word "outrageous." recognize my utter incapacity to ind an expression suiting-the else.' aid Mr.'Mclshen, "for nothing wll further towards undermining-thi lenity and usefulness of this Hout hin the action of the member for SI ohn. The number for 3t. John il thn Sneaker being a Judge, but I le had talked to Jmlsc. llko he. talk cd lo you. Mr. Speaker, ho -nould ;chlnd'prison ton today." Ml. Vur'ley ngaln protested, and de- dared that lio had never hEsitated In i a court to ciprcss nu oplalcp- Ho wanted lo'knnv Ifwhat the member, lor f orlsgc la Pfakie sold was allow. "That would depend upon rules ol Iho court', and r.ot upon thj> rules said the Speaker. I "That U a striking evidence ql your cotamenltd j tor St. John.' I "The member for. .81. -wants liberty of said Vr. }ltlgncn. "Ho also wauls llherly ot. and he wants itbbrty ot locomotion, so lhat he can leave his real, and shake his fist In your face, Speak- (7; that Is his Idea ot the. dl'snlly o! Ptrllatncnl." The. Ladies' Aid o! Westminster church will meet in the church lit three tomorrow afternoon, Mrs VYestcoU vv-MI he the Tho Ladles' Aid of St Andrew's church, will meet at 2 id tomorrow ith Mrs. liryan at the Manse, lilrteenth Street. The Ladles' Aid of the Fifth Aienuo aptist church, are askel to meet al nc church at thice o'clock on Thure- ay, afternoon. fqr_ U.e transaclioa ol mporlant business. The Chosen Friends will meet in he S. '0. E. V. cntght o'ciocfe ills evening, when ell the members re urgently requested to be present. dele'sales hale report- ed that they will be in attendance at the W C. T. U. Instifjte on Thursday and Friday. This number will he. augmented by five delegates from the Central C. T. U. and live from the LelttTidge Union. It la quite possible, that Miss Glsh of Car! E tad t, nil I be present to speak either at the convention or publi meeting on "Y" work. .Miss Glsh i a very clever speaker and as a. youn woman 'familiar with work amor, women, .her address should appeal J the yp'Jiig city. _- girls and -women off the CONVENTION OF WOMEN AT WIN- NIPEG OPENED WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE -Man., May of the Imperial Order Daughters of tlin Kninire, to the number of over one hundred, representing every sec- tien of Canatla, from Halifax to Vic toria. opened their thirteenth annual meeting this 'mcrnlng In the Itoval Alexander Hotel. Mrt. A. E. Gooderlmm, of Toronto, nitlonal president, was In the chair, and was supported by the national A graceful. incident ot the sersion was the presentation to Mrs. Oooder- hara, by the Braudou Chapter of bouquet of.roEOS. Jlepcrts were read from the provin- cial chapters of New Brunswick, Man- Columbia, and Ihe muni- cipal chapters of Hamilton, Kingston. Edmonton, Sherbroote, Mon- SL Catharines, and Toronto. Tlie delegates registered this morn- ig, Included: Mrs. A. F. Gooderharo, Mrs. James George, Sirs. Bruce, Mrs. Feather- stonshaugh, Jlrs. Chaplin, all of To- Tonto; Mrs. Vaawart, Xew Bruns- wick; Mrs llenphaw, Vancouver; Mrs. A. Smith, Mrs. 51. S. Wilson, L. John; Jlrs M. Penehen, Toronto; Mrs. Toronto; "Mrs. Clegg. Mrs.' Victoria; .Mrs. J. McKay. Fort William; Jlrs. Barnes, Edmonton; Mrs.' F. G. Sparling, Sas- katoon; Mrs. Spence, Calgarv; .Mrs. Garland, Porlagc la Prairie; Mrs. Har- Dauphin; Mrs. Kennedy, Ham jmchell.-Amherst; Mrs. A' public meeting will he, held In Ihe basemer.1 ol Knox church at o'clock on Thursday ovenlnr, at which tfe following nnc'prosrram will be Chairman-Mrs. Thomas Taylor. Gresltaes from the City-Mayor Kardle.-.' Greetings from the A 'G. Cameron. Grtetinss from educational Inotllu- tlor. r'i ccl pal K..' I i pdgBOn. Fab-tanks. Lora L. of Missouri. Nafionsl aninerJ.' A collection will be. laken. at this meeting. t Sunday. lEfti'liny will ECO tho Rev Itr Ure'en. late of Brandon College in chftrsQ of the-. Flflh Avenue tut church. North Origmanj a keen business man; Mr. Oreen pre- ferred a crown of glory to a halt crown made In" btiainess. He there- fore turned himself into Urandon co lego from which ho has newly onterg ed a powerful preacher arid one of Ih In the Boptlst causo. A berta people arc Justly proud oHne eaplure, nnd .I.rlhhridg'e.ts'.to; bo co gratulated on having secured, him lo had received numorous balls, an was almo't booked tor Swift Cnrren then 'the, knowing men of the A erta board Interposed'and BO wo. fin lim bound for Lellihrldgo, eager f he fny- The r-oclal nt which tho He ir. Grafn will bo welcomed to irMse Mir no held'on'Tucsilny, M !7th. Through tl.o Wndnc'ss of Miss Pres- ton, the Mntbcsrs club will --iFil tho domestic tclcnce class "at one-thirty lomotrow ntternoon In lpi.ce of Iho Clutterhurtt, Toronto: Mrs. Campbell, St. Catharines: Mrs.' Sccrfe.- Brant- ford; .Miss. Uoulton, Toronto, ar.d many otliers.- "Variety Isle'1 at the. Morris "Variety its title by tho variety of'the entertaining of Uic members of" the company, hese were prcdiiciive ot a great deal mirth and entertaini'nent, and the ell-packed houEe hail" on evening o! ndiluted enjoymcnl.' FHIEDMANN IN HIS TRYING DAYS This is a picture of the.fammn German Scientist (in the centre) vvlie'n he in Toronto to make a second irijtction in Toronto patltnU of his tuberculosis killing scrum of-the-turtle. His last appearance here was like the welcoming of a, great victor; today it was a very expression of re- ception he received. .His vwrk has received much criticism since his latt visit ar.d many doubts cast upnn its to ,lght-Dr. Dlvln.lll. his new assistant; Dr. Frledrr.ann; 0. a Arnold, legal advuer. 'On one side, the British Maid, on the other thj savag: Maori. "OlnteJ In1 their" expectations. Th- f FOR-SMART OCOASIOtIO A satin skirt and ambroldcrtd coa doth ihowlng long mid gractful llnei ILLNESS SPOILS FESTIVITIES London, May IZ.-Thc lesllritics ol ', vil.ere he v.ill have to com- ete against the King ol Spain, and ho German Patrons of the HoITls Theatre look last week were overshadowed by the orward'to n goad class.Ehow, and in1 llncss ol the Connauent Of Variety Isle" they 'were not dlEap- Tieht cia lost nothing in the" capable.hands f their respective Impersonators a nd musicnl chatm, and in adding to hese. the character's ot Mike Prelzle and played no small part. The musical, (nlerpolallons nere rendered.'with much spirit and feat- excellent voices end graceful dancing! were in entertaining qualit- ies all thai ha desired. The: wcllstagcrf and attractive In detail. he re-produced tonight, 'and- -wpll rjeiervts a largo crowd to'witness It The. death ot the I'towapsr N'evvcasllc also hjd the efiecl of castr ng much gloom, -for though she was not 'seen, much in society, her -death las cast many into mourning. The King is' interesting hmv-cH in the work