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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta NAY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN Lorifon, 21-Tbe Irish llomt Hull- bill rnttied hi id last itagc in the House of Commons today llu on the third reading ol the mea 26 altei baome K to lie taVtn on M II it it wi under the precisions of the liament Act it it will havi been passed thrra tunes bj thr llirav o! Commons in tliLee srpai ite 1 The sitting of the House ol Com .teoni suspended until tomorrow In consequence of the persistent Dtiierjincss of the opposition raeut bets who thus succeeded in forcing an adjournment the motion foi had just been defeated In 11 vvote ot i86 to 17li t S Imincdiatelv alter, the vote had taken the Unionists started the ielrain "Adjourn; the up Honai- Law and other Unionists in which they. denounced Premier As- qiiith'for liis refusal (.0 acquaint the House oi Commons with the terms of his amending bill to the Irish Home Bill. They cltt'larcd that the .whole proceeding ot asking the House of Commons to read the Home Rule a third time before mem- bers knew the government's inten- tions were'SO farcical tlint.it would serve no good purpose to partici- pate further in the debate. As .the members...filed out of .the Chamber'Henry Mage .C'roi, a Union- the "Three cheers- for King the reference being to .lohn Uedmonci, the Nationalist leader. iFira The church year just closed has been 'a most satisfactory one to the leaders of tlie different organizations of Wesley Methodist church, anil to the official board as well. It has been a year of assmnglish- raents. This was, decidedly the out- standing feature of the annual con- gregational meeting last night. TUB total membership, as seen by the re- port of Or. J. 11. Rivers, the record- ing steward, is 338, an increase of 76 members for the year. During ilia year, the congregation removed lo (heir fine new building, ;peahing later on j an edifice of most beautiful design, pilhir'.tu the faith and energy Tbe opening scrvic- Premier Asijuith, t i -r- the tbird reading of the present bill. at roar long and loud 1 he speller [said .that the government's proposal i o( members. finallj rose and asked Roiwr for a compromise had not met an en- i on gtb, were the occa the, leadei of the opposition reception. Ho anxious were sjon [or great rejoicing, whether he assented in the demon- j tho government that the new system j Mthougi, llie year- lias been a of government should start UlVpiiuous one financially, tho people limd shouts of his supporters "Don t aiiswci1 of Ian refused to reply and the bpcikei declared the sitting suspended sajmg there nothing clbp he could da as Mr to assist him in maintaining ;order. Premier Asquith and hisN col- leagues m the cabinet who remained in their seats were" fiercely assailed -with abusive epithets by the 'opposi- tion to which the Ministerialists re- plied with cheers and Waving ol hand- kerchiefs The scene in the llouse followed a a---------- SLrPnUOilS UIW Iilliiiivliini iiiu (ic general acquiescence that they had; responded. lioblv. and mi-t mii forward nronosals designed to; put forward proposals designed a way that doe l ne sctine in me muun cu LUC nuunii umw of bitter speeches bj [proposals of the bill. readily admitted did exist- The r.i'ect Ultm of the .overmnent's proposals, he Uev. Mr. Cobhledict has been tbe slid would he to give the people oi leader of this progressive flock since LIster-a chancp of saving at the the middle of last July, and Ins c- ether they would go under Hi, pro-! forts on tchg of the church and all usions of the bill o? not. WMIs the connected MTU-h it have been imiefa- Eovwnmcnt-was anxious that fii'.l tipble. He haj sot an example by consideration should be gircn ih.-sc j diligent and laithful labor, and has susceptibilities U-was ii.i.r.itLd a every thatthey must save-the judgment of i department. Under his judicious lead- the House of Commons on the main crship the church has prospered m every way. Tlie year just closed lias the j very best in the history of the Bible I school, both in membership, which is now 240, and in the nature of the wort accomplished under tlie able and oliicers and teachers. i The Ladies' Aid has been a con- slant sc-urce of help to the various I other 'organizations and to the pas- (Spveial to The Herald) Alta sequel of the Usll spent ou the director; Mr. S. treasurer; Jiard cold steps of ,the land office at Lethbridge by Messrs. W. C. Bryan anil L.S. Gowe of Macleod, while wait- ing for'the doors-to open oil manifested itself here, today M Granum, solicitor, and Messrs. Moir it Smith of Granum, members of tlie executive committee. outfit, and now that the company has been formed the oil-producing appar -In tbe; formation and birth oE an oil company, ,tbe object ot'which organi- sation will be to'drill ;fdr. oil in tho Mud Lake'district; Representing 'a syiidicate: made up of meii rrour_Moritana, 'Oranuni; and Wacleod, ar- Lethbridge oit Sunday ,even- in order to make assurance doubly- sure, pitched their tents at once on tho steps of the pavilion of fortune, where they remained through- out .the night, as tlie result of which liardshtp tltey nosed out a number of other ftlacleodttes, and Required a -.large tract of very-valuable'property' on "which unmistakeable indications of oil have been already noted. For some months a number of pros- pective capitalists have had their eyes on the Mud Lake district, on which experts liave presented very favorable reports, and which is generally be- lieved to contain oil in. abundance, with the result .that upon the discov- ery of the precipiTa fluid in Calgary, a mad rush haa been made to file on the coveted claims. Several-carloads of Macleod business men made a last- minuts rush to t-cthbridge this morn- ing, and it is generally believed that in the course of a few days there will not be a single section in the rapidly boomed Mud 'Lake district that has not been taken up. This afternoon a number of ness men met, and amid iasm organized a company to develop the leases acquired BO strenuously by Messrs. Bryan Gowe. The company, which operate under Mie name of the Excelsior Development Corporn- tton, ia capitalized at and in the very near future a limited num- ber of shares will ho jnit on the mar- iur un> aim iu amuf. i ket at a low figure, the directors of clouds, and it looks now the newly formed company being Messrs. Vv. C. Bryan', and U S. Gowo of Macleod; John Daly, Thomas Gil- lesple, .T. A. Smith, .7. rt. "Boyle, B. _____ 'Allison, H. Pockock and George Rich- C.P.R. ards, all ot Granum. At. a rooeting of i H is understooct-that there is plenty j and Jlissiou Band, all of which of capital on baud to go ahead 'with j to be in a prosperous the work, so that the development ot condition and working 'successfully.1 ,..j i _i._ Jn ,t0 the reports an-c.v- cellent program -was enjoycxl, consist- i ing og a choir chorus, piano .solos U) the Mud Lake district will soon tend towards increasing tho prosperity this section the province. Negotiations havo been already'en-jjijss fsriiith and 'Jlrs. Bailey, vocal tered into with a responsible drilling! j tor, ami Ihe report for the year was {most optimistic. Extensive iufprove- jn rcpajrs have been made to the directors held then, W. C. Bryan j mcots was elected president and managing PJ Mrector: Ulr. L'. S. Gowe treasurer; nafi Ir. Qeoge Richards ot.Q .num. vice- 'f 'f nptone vjiuij-n, u k. nf Ihic hniiil nf in the parsonage and valuable assistance hap been, rendered to the trustee 'ai'Sle of ithc of this liaild Corkers. Other subtniiting re- por.ls wsrcvthfr Kpworth.League, the Young Men's class, the Women's Mis- sioriary Society, the Mission Circle by Mrs. Dawson, Miss Young, ant'. Air. IV. P. ijiggiws, readings bri Jir. F. K- Higgins and Mr. S. J. was" spent. The pastor, Rev. Mr. Cob-' bleiiick, occupied the. chair. ieen toruien me oii-prooiicing ay pair -MI r. (lttis will be on the ground just'as Shepherd. Hey. F. K. Bootnroyd, of Soon as its transfer will permit. j Taber, the chairman of the .district, For the first time in months the old j was present and gave a' brief and bug-bears "hard times" and the "moa- pleasing address.' ey atringenuy" have ceased to be a I" At the close of the meeting refresh- topic of conversation in Macleod. and jmeiils were served social time even the much-discussed probabilities of the crons arid real sstite Jiav been crowded into the background b; the enthusiastic acclamations that ar everywhere greeting the entry of. Oil into the grain grooving fields of I Southern Alberta. At tho present time Macleod is crazy over oil. Every, real estate office and several busi- ness houses Imvc been turned into, oil offices, and every tenth man is a curb-broker of some description, sell- j ing cither hfs own oil lioitlingn or! those of some company. Thousands of dollars have changed hands within tlio past few days and almost every citizen from-Ihe bank manager to tho local bootblack holds shares in some company or all are ctiuatty sanguine as to their futures as pet- roleum magnates of more or less im- portance in financial circles. That conditions In local railway circles are improving: steadily ia evi- denced by the fact tlsntvlour- -work Irahis were placed on the road.hero this morning. For some months the. trainmen have been .wa One of the most impressive funer- als ever held in the city was lhat of the late Miss Isabel Machctli, who was laid to rest yesterday in the Lethbridge cemetery. The service was held at the .resi- dence of HIP pareiils, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Macbeth, and was conducted-by Kev. A. (I: Cameron assisted by Her. C. Hryan of St. Andrew's church. The pallbearers were Messrs. C. B. TJownian, Major K-Illop, A. B. Stafford, Richard Staf- ford and B. Htiyt. Rev. Cameron spoke from the patiently "1 am' the .resurrection arid. for tbe sun to 'shine through Hie j the nomnienting Friday and Saturday before Empire Day Rousing Values From Three Departments For the Ladies, little accessories of Dress attire and fashion- able fabrics for the Summer Season-For the Men, Suits and Furnishings worthy the attention of Dressy men- For the Family, High Class Groceries-- Two Days You'll Strike Oil Our Dress Fabrics and McCall Patterns Solve Your Dress Problem Dress Fabncs for Friday and Saturday Selling Ci cam Bcdlonl ord, JO inches, GOc value, yard..... ,50c Linenelle, 1 aiquoise and Linen shade, 30c value.......25c Ratines, cieani Inn, light blue, pink, 7iJc Knnona Crcpe.s 30c Plain Ciepcs 2 )L N allies, yard......................20C Striped and Polki Dot Crepe, 20c value 15c Dark Plaids for children, 35c value Novelties From The Neckwear DepL CheniisoUes, chiffon, value, Ladies' .Novelty Vests, vnluo wl Ladies' Novelty Vests, value Camisole Lace Corset Covers, 85c-value Net Collars, GOc value ..-x.'XvSQc Maline Bows, 45c values "Dolly Vm-den" ties, values Double Frilling, Net, S0c.va.laes, per 'yar Embroidered Lawn Collars, f 1.35 value Embroidered Lace Collars, All the season's Latest NoveltieSijTront-Fashioii CenU-eSj Summer Underwear Specials For Men and Boys BOYS' Summer 65c values .-jflc iSlen s BalbnsHan Underwear. Per Suit Men's Cashmere Underwear Suit Mens Sliirls f.1 25 values Odd line Balbriggan 30c values 25c Holiday Groceries Fresh shipments of Strawberries, Bananas, Oranges, Apples, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Rhubarb, Cucumbers.and Cauliflower expected. Four Specials For Saturday Sulxburger Hams, whole 20c Ib; halved ...2J.C Pears, 2's, 2 i'gr'-35c; 6 tins Maltavita, 2 packages for ..-----.........-.-laC Domestic Cottons and Household Requisites Honeycomb Bed Spreads, values.... fjil .20 Awning Canvas> 35c vsUue, per yard'... Domeslic Cotton. value, per yard.... Turkish Towels. 20c each values, pair....; .JJaC Dimity Bed-Spreads, value Long Cloth. 20c value, per yard........ 1.15 value, each -S5c MensandBoyTi SporkGarments Snaps for the SummertjSeason Men's Black Cashmere SoX 35c.values, Cotton SoX 20c.values, 2 r Men's-Athletic Jersej's ,Worf "Men's-Athletic Jerseys 65o values-5 Men's Athletic 'Jerseys values Men's Bathing Suits- 31.00 value 7gc Boys' Batliing Suits, size 24 only 50e value 35C The Bentley Co., Ltd. McCall June Patterns CITY AND DISTKICT Ingenious Device The Waterworks department of the city has brought in Gait Gar- dens an ingenious device whereby three sprinklers may be attached to one piece of hose, thus" making unne- cessary the work of .at least one man in moving the former single sprinkler. if their i touching manner on the lifi1 and Provincial Appointments Cyril Nelson of Brant and Campion J; uk'wson of Mountain View, have been appointed commissioners for tak- ing affidavits. C. Gray of this city has been appointed a game guard- ian. O. H. Snow of Raymond is am- onjr the recent process issuers ap- pointed. School Concert Closing exercises in the schools are being thought of already, midsummer holidays beins 'iittle more Mian a month off. The exercises this year will take the form ,of a musical programme contributed by the pupils, under the direction of Mr. H. McCJ. Young, supervisor of music for the schools. Chorusps Die various schools, together with a number of two-part choruses, will be the feature of the programme, which will be held on the last Friday in June, in Wesley church. Piano, flute, violin and vbcav solos will complete the programme, which 'will be unique in the history of the local schools. Oil Stocks Piedmont, per sham Prudential, per. share. Great West, 35c per share N. B. PEAT CO. Room 5, McDonald Block PHONE 570 Off lea open tonlpht until all mysteries, and practically struck one dumb. Kvery heart was filled with the spirit which Kev. Cameron menUo'icd, and all were deeply touch- ed his words of wisdom! There worn no (lowers, owing to a special jrequest of the deceased. VESUVIUS THREATENING Naples, Italy, May activity of ...Mount Vesuvius is causing consid- erable anxiety among the population, i Dense clouds of smoke are emitted j from tho .crater and form .heavy. clouds. MEXICAN TOWN WAS DESTROYED. BY CYCLONE Conlhufla Mpxico, May town was practically destroyed by n terrific cyclone whlc.h visited it UsL 1 Save the lyad covering from your noxt packet of "SAbADA" Tea, then .whoa yon'can get one of the now nluminium packets they commenc- ing to use, weigh the lend the aluminium covering. You w'fl? sur- prised to find the lead eiffht times tho heavier. The weight lit the two will, of be Toronto, were "S. 0. S." messages at the Parliament buildings this morning from Sault Cobalt; aim other northern districts asking for. ar.sistance at once lo the flames which arc sweeping through the, hush.and tim- bered, districts north of those, points. Dura7.7.o( Albania, May mix- ed of marines from the Inter- national fleet was landed here toiby for the protection, of'Prince William, of Albania, who accepted the r.ilcr- shtp of the country on February 31st. This Almost Like Magic (Helps to Beauty) Much favorable comment la being upon Hie new .formula for ro- moTing, dlsflKWing hairs. One serious oWectlon arieos and that Is, any wo- man can employ thli treatment til her own homo and thus tiftprlve tlie beau- ty tpMlftllat.of fee. For tlic bene- fit of others, the formula is here ro- .peated: Mix lome with wa- ter; apply to rjrfisc. :sd 1 washed to free it from IJw remaining OUR BAILOR KING GREETS OUR FRENCH SAILOR COUSINS King Oeogc or DimHnd inspecting Ins piard of honor of rrenih marines al Culals, during a recent visit to France SMOKE PALL IN HOUSE Jttawii. Out.. Mfly from the forest fires which surround the. Canital Wine heavily ill Ihe House of Commons chamber this mornluK, but did not intereforo' wltll-the prompt consideration of bUBinesa. Hon. Frank Oliver drew attention to the fact that a party of Hindus from India will shorlly arrive on the Pac- ific Ho asked the government to Inform the House as lo the nature of the tnttnictions which had been la- to the ImmiBration officials !r regard to these Immigrants Premier Borden said that 3ie wns tinflwuTft at. the moment as to the na- ture of any orders siven hy which it' could he asiumccl tiiat lllft laws and regulations would ho apiilled. Hon. Hodolphe Lemieux askeil w.lien ,e Civil Service bill would be Intio dnceil 'Jlwt M noon iu tho order paper 1 peunlt Slid Mr White It permits ft every observed Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Ir. White said that while that migJit be so, there was' presiing legis- atton before the House Just a formal introduction. I pre- sume." remarked Hon. Geo. P. am. Mi White did not SOME PROPOSALS Prom Life: (Conpilnl'by a'.-popiikir' :.No. tndo-Jnlve kind. limits .around nearly erwry nlitht'. ,tor .four took me to Oie tho'atro .oniy twice, nud finally wound ankliiir me If I vould. mlnfl waiting five years, Ng mo a loag letter and him. kill himself. And then he piopnsed to my dsiirsst friend two after I turned 'Qim down. No. mo to live on a farm after he .had finished at Harvard. No. lie had. a "plan'1 which, if it matured, would enable him to get married; .and 111 such a case ho hoped I. wouldn't forget him. 'widower who wo.ro rf white bow tie and a frock coat. Ho Informed me privately Uiat lie was a derll when ihe got ntarted. No. me a financial state. ment of his affaire and asked nn pcint blank to be-his wife. No. The one only who didn't have to ask roe VATERLAND BHOKB LOOSE New York, N1 giant nen liner broko from tugs convoying her io her dock lodaj and bw" drJUlm down Uio Hiidso.n.'Carrlad hy the'tide. At tl.mw iho'iwiiiiE broadside acrosii the ;