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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Stay 17, 1013 LETITBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Bakes Bread to Perfection Oil Cock-stove Cleaner than coal or wood. Cheaper than gas. For ben results use ROYAL1TE Oil Stock carried it all chief points. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Looks Like Move of U. S. Mag- nates' to Cnish Out Competition London, May It is estimated by Importers that jiuarteri of beef were sold here lut at s of flttein iillllSgs quarter. In olher sold here at the mica aa it coat in Argentina. the AmerlcaM do this (or funl" ailied one dtiier.' IB reasonable to suppose that they bare object In view, It 'that this Is irhen the.Jnipbrtoi'a maVro 'profits, la two months, and at A lime Britlih'and otbsr meat IE much more plentiful. "Whe Washington fOTerjnment lire moving the taxes on-meats be- causa" it to breakup the power- ful trust; ijtd ft tierefort, to suppose' tnit..Ihe tat'enilon of trust is to retaliate, with the objec of preserving Us own field and mon epoly by crushing, or greatly wea In; competition in otbcr parts of th world, and gaining control'of the trad In all parli of.the world. 'The hopes' ot.the Independent ship rest in the Argentine govivn ment doing something to preserve fal competition in the interest ot Its O-'TT; heel ratters 'and the consumers." Trurt Men Won't Talk Chicago, May the A' mouns or other packers wiil discus the meat crisis In London. The say Uie foreign agent for all tea pac: era, who. stationed In N'ew Yor! and. who handles all the South Ataer can would be unqualified t talk. One of the packers, who refused 1 he quoted, aald there.was an agre ment as to the amouot each llrm v.a to ship to England, and that it an member had violated this corapai they would nuaish him fcy fioodln the London market with, teet, Mjart Icsi of First ;Myement thit it -will So Stting that foreign should be to the Moderator chnlr. and a of them are tbe resnll, oC carelessness on the part ot iieO. ]_ Some Rtformt Is'a-rule the' uncoupling of the Mr rain ii tho of "a pilot .from front, tho.isijd and, other very riilea. Tho' repair 'dVpartrrMSftU .will figure Ts.ealleo ,for-next Sat- for the' appointment ol the committee-', chairman 'and secre- Presbyterians Are Expected from front Knox U. will Immediately ley Hall In order uil be d latn.1. Mrs. Gillespio and Mrs Hartlett veie hostesses yesterday, ar.l Mrs. JcLeau and Mrs. FleetvooJ will act nitelmg. WA6 IMPRESSIVE MEMORIAL SER- VICE FOR tATE MRS. -FULLER', OF BOW 16LAKO Yesterday afternoon's session of the C. T. 0. Inslvttto v.as at- tended. Tho meetlcg with the prohibition rally cry, after Mrs. -Mltford led In prayer. La Mance spofce i-leverly In tho importance of an organizer tn Uio district. Mrs. McKlnney tcoi charse of the Eymposium. Mrs. La Mance conducted tho tloa bos. The question of how to ge; members for the local unlotis v.as diE- cwscd. Useful hints wtre given re- garding visiting mothers, pirlor meet- Ings, advertising the cipautzatton's meeting's, gelling.the women to at- tend and medal contest as ways'ot enlisting new tr.crabers. The next question of interest was: Hovf' to raise money for the local union _ to send delegates to the pro- vincial convention end to distribute, gorodvHteraturQ among the people ot tbo city'07 "community. Some ways 'mentioned wera: Sale ol baking and 'candy, sale 'ot b'oifie-made candy, serv pie sup- 3. ba- con- red lettEr days, Extraordinary Economies on Seasonable and wanted Merchandise Men's Bluchers On Sale To-night at n-m-j ririlv t _._._. __ __ Twenty pairs only, Men's Patent Uluclicrs, dull 'kid lops, welted solus, medium heels, perforated golosh and lips. 11 tvlll VllHCU Is, perforated golosh and O 1-2. p.m. Stair Carpets Ihg of hot luacbeE at pers and' social a" jniajtfiage s 1 zaare) (emperaoce1 playj, tents, cook booli mo Vnown-aa the have toen-up tor some five or sU'.Umei.'inr] day sent'up lor the tion ol F. V. Peacoclr, woo ii.'adml ted laid Idiot btrs L- first. They got SpoVafie.- fame Ihree Veess ago were; hro'iight back if of'Elko. H; is on or.c count. 'olonf "they been sent uj) for (rial aiirl the list of charges against them !s bf no means short. Thej succeeded in- tcreatlng a large number resldcnta In this'- vicinity, as VtH'aii, a number in diiltrent fowria along the' 'Pass, Peacock's WOE 7irnolhy ty a Ull "of 30. feel.. Mrs. .J. B. Itoss was hostess ol a delightfully informal thimble yea yes- terday alternoon. The guests, who included Mrs. U.- J.- Gordon, .-Mrsr D. H. Elton, Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mrs. Reutcr, Mrs. D. A. Smith, Mrs. Vf. Scott and Mrs. Clir.e, enjoyed a nappy hour with thimbles. The hosP tess was assisted in serving dainty viands at the tea hour by Mrs. D. H. Eltoa. Word has been received from 'Ma- jor ll'clson, wfco recently examined the teachers' physical culture class, that nil passed a veiy satisfactory examination and the ceitiGcates will shortly be forwarded. Those, who completed the course and are now en- titled to a certificate are, Miss :E. 0. Jackson, Miss B. Shnrm'in, -Miss B. Sharman, Miss G. Hardy, Jliss.C. Trenholme, .Miss E. E. Smith and Miss N. Halpennj-. Percy Reginald Neale an- nounces the marriage of "her daugh- ter, Audrey Lilian Pfrcv, to Mr. Ar- thur Bayard Smith, on June the fourth jn'St-'Augustln's Church, I .Th? Lojol Xo. 1SC5, held- a-, very successful "concert .a.utj dsnoa In the 3. hall lut.evjeij- Ing. A. good programme .was render- si, composed of the following nura- i Bsrrowman; -oloj Jffis'Grlst; solo, Sir: Grist; fflrj, Chap- rnan BrotheriL solo, Mr. Hailas.il.7 Sorao acrobatic'fe'ats, a clog dance by Mr. S. Sbaw: a siscjt Vlre'act Haltcri; club swin'j Irig by" Mr.-Fred Kane, and a bu'ci and wing danfo'by Mr. H. Huthson, were very clever, 'Eighty' couplea tripped the" light 1 Jbefis' orchestra. euBpsi I at'halttjnie. _.'.' tag day, .temperance plrnic, rest rooms, the tlth.e System, eto.; j followed. ideas of how tn A SURE CUBE FOR WOMEN'S DISORDERS i Tn till' I ----INOBWLTT.T It a cure for ail of It i ItKaliy and .If atntrbM Into Rlatter rfrlf'" f i CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Hospital Aid Society will meet on. .Monday allcrnoon V, V. Conyhfare, Hlvcrviciv. 'The teacher ol the Young Lad Class ol Wesley Sunday school Ii an- all'the members should attrnd tomorrow's session, and 'ex- tends a hearty Invitation lo any sjli'angeis, who would like to altceit, t, 4 invitation Is.extended to all tile mothers' ol tno' rnembers ol -West- minster Sunday school to he present, at the school tofnorrow afternoon Those'who attended'last Siinda'yate expccted'to be present again tdtrior- the mattti ol otsini] 's dtpartment'will he II cordially clat o( St. Crpfl- which was called tot jti- afternoon; was attended by mtroneis, j'nd important busi- ras tfansactcd. The to have' a tooth at tt.c (aft al.sd An In which; valuabl arry bul'.iftVc B. coniraitte'e brought n a motion of thanks to the Board of Weslfcy church, to Principal Hodij- ;on, representing'tho educational 'Io- itltulions-of tbe city, local press for to Mrs. for her attendance and lelpful counsel and assistance In maK the convention a success, and to uny and all who assisted In About 100 yards ojily, Extra heavy Duality, reversiiile Heinj) Stair Carpel, in'niediuw. dark yrcen, darker sliade border. 'il inches suit- able for Hall or Staircase. On OQn Sale In Grocery Department Indian Tofl'ee, per tin .20t', Grape ifriiitv Fancy Appies, 5tts, White Blouses Five .cJozeiL Ladies' While and Mull Waists; low neck mid rounded yoke of ins'erlion; Swiss embroidered fronts; long "sleeves with tucks; [ace frills and at back; all sizes. GArt Ou'Sale-TCWIGHT, each........ Men's Smart Raincoats Tin's sesaon's lalest models in Waterproof Cashmere Cloth Coats; thor- oughly rubberized; all scams reinforced with silk stitching; complete range of all men's sizes. be counted excellent value ordinarily nt 515.00. CIO ftfl On Sale TONIGHT U.VW Another Snap in Ladies' and Misses' Gloves :Lpng Lislu' Suede Gloves in black, white, tan, grey, and modes; all sizes from siie 1 in children's up to size 8 in Lailic.s'. One of Die best bargains this store lias 23C ever offered. On Sale Touiglif, per pair.............-.................. Tire above items all go on sale tonight at and in view-of the limited j in the different lines, we strongly urge you to be here early. The Hudson's Bay Stores cess of the convention. .A motion oi thanks was' then, ex- tended to Jlri. La Mance for'her.very j valuable Information 'and wort, "as. a speaker ot the convention, t The delegates to' the. convention brought in a motion of tbinss to' tbe OBtesses of The memorial se'rAice for prisldent, the late Mrs. Tuller, .ot Bow lalsnd, ooened'-with the hymn, "Nearer My" Ciod to find scripture readme ot the. 9tb .Psalrn, after which Mrs. La Jitnce'ottered prayer.' Mrs. Wright, Island, then spoke feelingly life as a Christian, frlef.'d and helper. The inecllnR closed with the sing. Ing of be With You Tili Meet thoje pies en forming a circle hands. Th'era.'sas a fairly good audience at the matrons recital under the ays- pices of'tlie C. .T. U., In Wesley church riot nearly so many woold have been liad the public known more about it, lira. McKincey, of Ctaicshc'.a, president of (lhe provincial W. C, T, U-, rresided, and after the opthlng hjran, Rev. T. P. Perry'offered prayer. Them were fire .and all did remark- ably -well. In facf, the Judges were In a and It was only fraction that honors were won. resiled in dialect and wars r.pBtumed In taimony Kith Teprcsenled. New Line cf Communication The copper wire being stretched by he C. Ii. commercial telegraph de- 'arlmcnt was strung through the city the wire gang having reached this jiolnt, coming south from Calgary through Canaaogay. Tba line bo-Into Jlfdicino Hat this week and the instruments will then ha cut in. W.jWhtddlriglon was con- No. 1, and recited v67y clever- y In tbe Irish dialect. Shs was ap- roprlately coatiimed and "her enun. iatton and'gestures wore nearly par- iln.; '.Pipes recilfd "Poorho'jse Bplendid'hiitrloalo ability, icV In some respects being the the night. Jits. Miller recited In 'Dutch dialect and 'did well. ?he aallered oroe by acting a man's part -She Is a Mrs: J6nw, of Coaldale, in reality a'very, fair compltxiontd lady, was made '-'Dinr.h" to perTeclion. She acted splendidly, iut the dialect made ler enuTiclation not quite as good a3 of the others. She acted the role with clever appreciaUea of the voluble Miss IJdy wag the last contestant and was costumed as an Indian mnid en. She ha's a ttne> voice and did ex .hut suffered from slight lapse.of memory. The" judges .were Mrs. Mance Rev. C. Bishop ar.d T. W. if took some figuring to bring ftbdut decision. It is rare that there la contest In which all those taking par do so we.H. The" decision wag awarded Sirs Jones." Mrs, LA Mance presented tho rceda In a witty speech, A charming feat- ure ot the evening was the presenta- tion of handsome bouquets to Mrs. La Mance, Mrs. McKlnney and Mrs. Paw- ton, the presentations being made by Mrs, Taylor and Mrs. Conlbear.' During the evening Mrs. Mrs. Nelson contributed a great- ly piano dtiel, A: a filling flnalei Mrs. McKlnnfy introduced MM. Taylor, retiring ptesf- dent of 'the 'district, .and Mt3. Ponl- bear, president of the'LiSthhrldge lo- cal, as the two ledles largely responsi- ble for tho successful convention. She announced that they had been present, td with prorlnclal life memberships. CITY AND DISTRICT Return Thefr Tfie mayor and raembera oC city council IQ thank tiie for tnetr kind in- vitation to the "Country GlrV on ertnlng. All members tioroughly tbemselvefl and pronounced tn support o! any movement to continue tbe society next winter. "With the experience of hlE they beliefs the society an furnish something to the going nubUc next tbat wiil rank ftith tho work of professional players. WOULD EE BIG BOOST FOR CITV AND HELP OUT IN MANY WAYS MOBS ATTACK CARS Cincinnati, May disorder attended a'ri alterapt'to.start the street cors today Tvhicn were tied up by a strike. The cars, manned'by strive breafcerg all toils of mlassU and BercrQl ot-the imported motormpn vrere taken to the hospital io'J3ly injured.' Every window la 'Sr'bariTB and company's omces were wrecked. The fnayor'Issued an eal to. the dtltens to preserve or- it is poislble the troops will bo called out tf the dlso'rder'continues. In HallfJX (oo Halifax, 5iay before have snch'ECenes lieen wilnesicil in Halifax as those In conection with the street car utrlko lofiay. Cars were ooslruct- ed and stoned and gloss smashed, burns damaged and strike-breakers abd others assaulted, some oren raced ajter cars pciting the men with pot- atoes, sticks etc. Thete is quite a movement growing among automobile men ia lavor of or- ganizing aa automobile club. Cal- gary has one and so bas Mfdidae Hat, and both organizations are proving of immense 'advantage to ths respective citits as well as a stlmu- lous to interest in autombiling. Ths auto club is one ot the most forceful of agencies la the campaigning for good roads and also serves as a great booster for the city. Heads would he Improved through the influence ot the club and sign posts placed at convenient reading "This way to etc. only a very-lew ol tba derived, and tbe public spirited men among the auto owners should get busy and cOect.organization early" In :he season. There was some tITort. made once to get a club under jut there did not. ot ita'time seem to be much interest or much appre- ciation of the possible benefits de- rived. Organized such as in Calgary tbe pleasure fit owning a machine is greatly enhanced.; The club used to bare cjub :asionally and made, a demonstration n torce which was. good advertising 'or the city. It also furnished an avenue of social enjoyment. CADETS ENJOYINQ LIFE LoniSon, Mny Canadian Cadets, nOfl- visiting here, are having a'glorious time. Yesterday tliey eas- ly won a shooting match with the post oltlce cacieta. Lord Roberts will entertain them at and offers ol lOtpilallly >re also coming horn other coble quarters. The delicious quality ol "SM.ADA" tea haa been maintained lor twenty years, notwjthstundlcs the fwt that there have been over hundred linlUtlnf packets which nave come and gone, aud all of which have shoVn, the dealer larger Pront. Not One ol them siren" the fiction'to the consumer.'-.You it to yourself, ind to food servlco gen-1 erally. (o see that.another packet' ten not foisted-on you when you 'ordtr "3ALADA." William Leenun, ot SySenham, toreman of a O. P. R. .construction camp at enterprise, a Polak name unKJiown, by explo- sion of dynamite In black- ttnUhshop. London, May city ot Montre- al loan is advertised. loan com-; stccli, per cent., at par.1 -Tha Bank ot Mon-1 tretl la the Uiuing house. The Morning Poit remsrU thit-' Mpntreml. maoe an issue of stock in March, and taya investors would no doubt bo glad to know If tho present is to tie the list ot Montreal's financial operations tor the present. Ex-Aid. McMahon ol slon, is deal. 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