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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, MAY THJBLETH BRIDGE, DAILY HBRALO It's a pleasure to bake and roast with an oven that's always bright and clean. See McClarys Built to burn natural gas{ fitted with white ena- melled roast pan and anti-rust oven. Ask the McClary dealer. Natural Gas, Light Appliance Co.; Local Assents. Put Up to Help Cath- olic Wonian to Establish Her Marriage So Says Judge in Connection With English Canteen Scandal London, Mar. 37- Some scathing WILL IT BE "OIL CITY" Original OH City Southwest of Card. ston Has Been Wiped Off the Books Can the towusite adjacent to the today by Jub- ?tesmaii ?ell be called Oil CiU? Thi. Regina, Sask., Mny 37. The re- markable fact that it was the Orange Order which supplied funds which en- abled Madame Trerablav to take her case to the Privy Council in an effort ta establish her married status, j made known by Judge Scott, of Hal- ten, Grand Master of the Grand Or- ange Lodge of British America, in his address at the opening of. the ses- sions of the Grand Lodge here this j afternoon. I This case, which-has been, attract-i ing wide ai-tentioiij embodies. i thef whole difficulty with regard to', the marriage laws of Quebec and the ,de- cisiou of the Priyv Council in the j wiH, it is expected, settle: the question of what effect the religious j laws of Quebec have on the civil marriage laws. According .to Judge Scott, the Orange Order contributed tice Darling iiT to' a that mans ahked jester- the sum oi to assist the comptroller of the daS a'ter reading iu a Calgaiv payer m; and household and a direct des- cendant of-one of the. twenty-five barons entrusted with the enforce- ment "M Kin? John of the provisions _.-bf Magna Cliarta. The incident occurred at the Old sentence uas pronounc- ed today on nine British armj offic- ers and eight ciul employees of Lip- ton's, _Limited, wlio were charged "with conspiracy lo oner or accept tones'm connection the allot- meiit of army can-teen contracts "L'eat.-CoL Wliitaker, or the second "iorkshiie Regiment, the highest in rank of the prisoners, was sentenced to six. months' imprisonment. aler pleaded for merer The qrav did veteran who has served the. Brit- ish armj- for thirtv-cight ears, tjrake Sown and said he had acted ya the persuasion of Colonel Fieimes, and Sele, who was fthen Lieut -Colonel ot the Koj al Scots iusihers Justice Darling, referring ".to Fien- ,hes letter which, Whitaker declared, :h d led him astray, said: "The let- iter shows sad decadence from the tr 4'tions of a lamih 1, mv- f a reference to'the site by this name. Oil City, Alberta, .-where the ilrst Eigns.of oil were found, was a post- office for a short time many years in the days "when "Uncle Bill' Aldridge carted oil out of the Koot- enays- It is no longer in- the records of the department as a postoffice, and :an in taking her case to the "foot! oi the Throne It is probably the first case ou rec- ord in which the .Orange. Order- has co-operated with a Roman Catholic to maintain their-.doctrine of1: equal right and civil liberty. Another important question' which' Scott referred to :n his ad-j so far as it is concerned the Dmgman dress question all pioperty is entitled to the name It the Donpmon He tilled attea- is entitled to the name as a townsila to the Protracted period of iin- j rest m Manitoba, to troubles arising' ,in Saskatchewan-from recent'amend-j merits to the School Act and also the hi! any event but it is doubtful if it will ever become a postoffice, as there s already an Oil City in Lauibton Bounty, Ontario, and the government dislikes the duplication of names. se if I belonged to such a famiU, "Vf d starve rather than get rm hr- in for beer." 1 Fines'; letter, had invited Lieut.- C 1 Wh.taker to use his good offices L oi a firm of brewers iy his position as Comptroller oi th'; King's Household, Lord Save and St-h member of the British Gov- ernment. AND THE "BARK" WAS LOST But Headmaster Woilying Doesn't Care About Killino rem That Way P. 13. .-Woslying, roadmaster ou the divieioa south of the city, met with ail accident yesterday might have' proved more serious than it did. Mr. .Woslyicg "was crossing the .potholes near JMagratti on the trapfe motor 'when a large sprang directly ia front .of the machine, which was ditched. Mr. was thrown over the cross bar in no gen- tle manner, and his back was strainr ed considerably. He is up and on. the job. today however, but' he took the train this morning. The dog was precipitated into the happy hunting gronnd. _ acute situation lias arisen in t Ontario the bi-lingual schools. Uith regard to the situation in j Manitoba, he declared he feared that} the recent, amendments to the Mani- toba Public Schools act, osten-j sibIA claiming to enlarge the scope 1 of the public schools, is in fact to' create a' conditica which will make it possible uadcr tlie circumstances, to form separate schools recognized I bv the government, and aided by public funds under cover of the Pub lie Schools Act. Bennett' Maclean and Nickle Line Up With Liberals on Pugsley Amendment debate oni the Canadian railway reso- lution was continued yesterday after- noon. Hon. Wm. Pugsley moved an amendment to provide that parlia- ment must consent bfclore the stock of any of the subsidiary companies is increased. The resolution as it stands provides for consent of government j but- not parliament. IT F JIabLean of South York, enqured n the new Railway Act which provided for regulation of cap- italization of railways by the com- mission would apply to this legisla- tion. .Hon. Mr. Meighen said that the provision of the revised act with re- gard to capitalization would doubt- less apply here, that is placing a re- striction upon any increase of capital but the provision in the C. It. rc- 6-jlulion providing that no increase he made without consent of parlia- ment would not be affected by the reused Railway Act...... With regard to Mr. Pugsley's amendment Mr. Meighen said that the railway act was interposed in the case of the only capitalization in which the government was concern- ed, namely, the main company. There was a regular act of parliament- cov- ering the case of any increase in stock of subsidiary companies. A standing vote on the Pugsley amendment was taken and C. P. Mac" Lean, R. B. Bennett and W. F Nickle voted, with the opposition The amendment was lost and the clause declared carried. DR. MILLER COMiNG Will Be Giint-at Function by Board of Trade Sometime Early in June Arrangements are being made by the Board of Trade for a feceptioji to Dr. ,1. C. Jtiller, superintendent of technical education for tlie province will visit the city about: tlie Stli of June. the occasion of Jils last visit to Lethbridge Dr. Miller stated that he 'would be glad to re- turn sometime to the future to talk on some phase of technical work. His address will prove particularly in- teresting in view the recent censui taken in the city schools as to choice of vocations. J. A. M. AIKENS ELECTED DIRECTOR IMPERIAL BANK Toronto, May the meeting of the Imperial Bank directors hers today, J. A. M. Aikens was elected to the directorate to succeed the late Sir William Whyte. El W. Cox, head o: the Canada Life Assurance Company was also elected a director of the nn'J, WHEN IN ROME DO AS THE ROMANS DO But when in the AVest do as the majority of Westerners do. Drink BLUE RIBBON TEA You will then be sure of getting the best Tea sold find thli-AdnrtlMmint with 25 to Blue Ribbon, Limited fop the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The cook book IN; UM In Wttttrn Writi' nime and tddreii plainly, HATTERS DEFEAT BYLAW j Won't Have Subway on Street Recom- mended by Railway Com- missioners Medicine Hat, May A bylaw to provide S70.000 for. a sub- way on Esplanade was defeated yes- jtentey by 263 to 94. The .citizens want it on another street. The bylaw was submitted ia accordance "with the order Board of Railway Coniiuissioners. DEATH OF PINCHER CREEK OLD-TIMER Plneher Creek, May Friday last Darcy Bolton Lynch-Stauaton was in town apparently in his usual health. He was taken suddenly ill in the evening after returning to his Jiome about seven miles out of town. He sent for his brother, and after finding that they could do nothing to give relief, a doctor was summoned. He was then brought to the Memorial hospital and for a time he was thought to be recovering, but death came very suddenly and unexpectedly in the early morning. Mr. 'Lynch-Staunton came here some 18 years ago and will be greatly miss- ed by many friends. The old-timers attended the funeral in a body, which took placo from St Michael's church on Monday at 10 a.m. The deceased was a son of the late P. H. Lynch-Staunton, C.E., and Vic- toria Lynch-Saunlon of Hamilton, On- tario. His brothers are Gco. Lynch- Siaunton K.C. of Hamilton, A. II. and Kichard and Charles of this district. CHEAPER CANADIAN'CABLE RATES TO AUSTRALIA Montreal, May has been ar- ranged between tho Canadian Pacific rniSway company's telegraph and the lirllisli Pacific Cahlo Hoaid to inang- iratc the week-end letter Hcrvlce hc- wcen Canada and Australia Including he Kljl' Wands coinmoncliiK on May 8th. The rate between Canada and Australia will to three rtollnra for wenty words or lens nnd each addl- ionnl word over twenty to be fifteen The Phone 453 Acadia Blk. CLARKE cp. HALF-PRICE SALE of Millinery Ready-to-Wear Friday and Saturday And it's bound to be a Hummer! This is the first aimoimceinonl, oi' a half-price sale we have made this season, and it carries ivilh it all the more importance when you consider '.our very conservatiA-e prices attached 'to thesc-particular lines of goods this sea- son, together with tlie high standard of style and superior qualities which you always expect to find at this store. BUT THE TIME HAS COME FOR ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE Audit is not now a question of value or price, hut of how much these goods will bring i'or quick sale; and prices for Priday and Saturday are not marked with regard to original costs or actual values, hut at what the goods inVol- "vcd will readily bring for fast and decisive clearance. This is, beyond a, doubt, the golden opportunity of the entire season to supply your needs. Newast Suits, Coats, Skirts. Oioth Dresses and Millinery, of style and becomingness forererr sarmcntin these particular lines, as well as eveiy hat, is included, from the highest priced to the most inexpensive grades. Regular p-ices represent the best values obtainable any- where in the country and Avhen these are cut exactly in hall as they are for Friday and Satur- day, yon will readily.see that it is a sale of extraordinary importance, and one which you cannot afford to let pass if you have still your needs in outer garments to supply. Many other Saving Prices from every Dept. of the Store for Friday-Saturday's Econcmical Shoppers White Drawers Wash Crepe 25c Regular 35c and 40c Ladies' sixe wily, hem- med and hemstitched, made of splendid quality cambric. Hosiery Sale Worth up to 45c Best cotton and lisle goods in black, tan, white, and polka dot; all excep- tional values. Hosiery Sale Regular 35c. Value Boys' and girls' fine rib- bed cotton goods; sizes 6 to 10 inches; black only, guaranteed color. Lisle Vests 2 for 35C Regular 2oc Value Good summer weight, splendid values, with short sleeves or sleeveless. Fine Embroidery IOC Worth up to 25c. Six and eight inches wide, edgings ami inser- tions in exceptionally good qualities. 25c Worth up to 45c Plain colors and neat stripes, in colors sky, rose, tan and inch; splendid to wash. Pure Wool Dress Goods 60c Regular Value Finest Brocades, Crepes, Serges and Broken Checks, 42 to 48 inches wide. A splendid variety to choose from. Long Lisle Gloves 35c Regular 50c Value Splendid qualilies i n black and white only; two domes at wrist; ladies' sizes. Wash Skirts Worth up to Repps rind cotton Bed- fords ,in newest styles, all splendid washing goods. Bell Shaped Parasols Worth up to ?3.75 The very newest idea in shapes and colors, plain Ian or green body, with various colored borders. NEWEST TAILORED SUITS Some fifty odd suits of the very best styles obtainable, including plain tailored, as well as HALF ncnclty effects; colors navy, black, giey, tans iungo, mustard, new blue, etc., in size. EVERYNEWCOAT Newest flare mid ripple coats as well as the plainer and strictly tailored lines, all included HALF in this two-day sale. Original prices range from to and-sizes-'ID. woman up to 44 and 46. EVERY CLOTH SILK DRESS Mcssalines, taffetas, shot and foulard silks, ranging in price from lo and HALF every cloth dress as well, from to including our en lire slock. PRICE ALL THE NEW SKIRTS Plaids, checks, brocades and plain colors, in nev.'csl novelty effects, ranging in price from "flLF to going Friday and Saturday DDIf C regardless of cost or value. ALL THE NEW HATS Smartest styles of the enlire season in a var- iely of models 'lo suit every lype of form. Keg- mar lo !f 8.50. UAI C CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block ;