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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November IfUS TtlK. LETIIBKinOH DAILY HKKAIJ) Page 11 fT REffl li: PIY HE NO WORD OF STEAMER WHICH WENT NORTH TO HER5- CHELL ISLAND Socialist Advocale Makes Charg- es Against. R. N. M. P. and a License Detective Ottawa. Ont., Nov. naval board las received no word cf steamer Uclvidere, which took uoitli supplies lor the mounted police foice stationed at llcrsdiell Island. This j means tliat the roll" will probably liavc lo come south to Kort Mac- I'hfison and that the force is not HLely to get in touch with tho Stci- anson party this winter. EDITtO IV Offict 1jM4 Ktl. 1111 1MB OF Charges preferred against the offic- ers cf the K.N'-W.M.l'. and Provincial Liquor License Inspector llodgkins, by a man who calls himself T. Ed- win Smith, are being heart! in'earn- er.! before Assistant Commissioner C'uthtcrt. of Rcgina, sitting st Dla- itioini City this alteraobn. Smith, vlio is'hc'st known a; the" Socialist who !obt his deposit in an endeavor (o Hon. Archie McLean's seat in tl.f Itgisliituic- last CAPTAIN WENT FIVE DAYS WITH- thai the .mettcids UECI! to' secure con- itr-torae litteen .violations of Ihs liquor license ordinance' some few weeks wcre.uortiiy oniy of the OUT ONE MAN UNDERSTOOD ENGLISH Diitiimnd Kiitecti miners cAiirht selling hotKf, ncre arrested, r-lra'eil guilty, aud fmcd the most Locnitial amount possible under the rcl. Smith's charges hcvo to do i (list, with the methods used lo oh- Nov. L.-rhree naraes worcstcoii out conspicuously in the stories oi liravery. fold -today when the Cunard liner, Pannoula, brought to port the p.usengrrs rescixd from tlic burning Spanish steamer Halmes. Cayta'n Ji'an Ituiz, ol the lialmcs. SUNSHINE IN NOVEMBER Wind coir.o tvllin', sad an' slow 'Don! de frojt an' 'bout de suow. ate thickly 'round, Oenlly Xive-rin' ilo ground. As de branches wave on high Dey say an' heave a Slgb; An' de Autuwi shadows creep Wlillu de world drif ctf to sleep. Suddenly du Euusliine bright- Fills de woods dancin' light. Blossoms whar dey used to be. South wind sings de old-time song As de wliite clouds float along An' de world sleeps SDilin' while it dreams of May; Star, r 1 Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. W. P. J. Aleander. Mrs. A. M. Grlse, 1213 Slila avenue South. 5Ivs. T. Kevin, 1107 Third avenue South. Mrs. Alvln lilpley. 1108 Seventh av- enue, and afterwards on the second lain evidence agnitst these jays without, t-eroadly, ttc manner in which the aml 111C1, held tlie men treated alter their arrest tRmcs -m cn6ck afirl their ship ar.d l.cforc the trial. isately into the harbor of St. Oeorgo's He claims that the mounted police innocenclo V. Jljchiirla, used brutal methods that they cnelator on the Holmes, victims .secured with handcufls ;BOnt tnat the md Irg shactlcs, and several veie'. Since there was only ono Icll standing all one day with these :otvcr nlln wno understool wcijhts o! sted en their wrists and M-chairla w.-is oolljcd to he ]imLs." Later they were chained to the aud to e.ich other, and huhdlrd into" Letlibridge.11 As a 'mat- ter e! and oi.c helper handlrd the entire outfit. They had three pairs ot handcuffs as part of their c-juipmCEit of i torture. No chains or shactles weie used on duty without rest to translate tho messages received from the rescuing ship. Nicholas Arbornies, a mechatiic from the Canary Islands, vas the man who led the passengers into the blazing, hold of the Haltncs Thursday alter the crew were the men were treated i f as innocent nf any crime- It-was the duty of thc ptilicc to get them, and they were "got" with the least pos-' siblc force being used. 'As to the methods used m connec-- tion. with the evidentc obtained, the opinion is that no improper.methods were used. This "Hl-gotten evidence" was not used to. obtain conyictiom. All of. the accused .pleaded guilty, 'to there was no evidence. .i certain-statements un- oath, following his rar.courouJi hausled and ready to give up last ev- the on 23rd, ivhieh has caused the investigation. The hearing is a police investigation, and is held in camera. --V- Saskatoon, Nov.- rears invPrncevAlberl penitentiary with hard labor was the Magistrate; meted i o" obu rl 1JNE MAYBE 1EO UP .Nw York, Nov. hundre.1 end fifty thousand clothing workers In New York Cily lace idleness-with- in -fotty-cight hours utcaiisc of tho strike of a single unjori o! 850. Every- man in this union has quit and un- less .broken 0V tho men return to work ite entire garment working Industry of thc city will held up. In this assertion the strik- ers' claims are corroborated, by tto employers' association. yejgriia found guilty o! having In his posses- sion' explosive substance and danger- ous weapons for un'tJotibtful purposes on November 6th, when "airested Scarth, according to" Detective intended "to blow hell out of Saska- toon and It for Ua'winter.1.1 i No Sensktlons at Big Meeting (Continued From Nov. Im. pftrinl Russian Crown Prince Aloxls Nfebolalvltch, iiae been an IjivaliJ 'for many moDtTis, was thrown from an automobile In which he was driving today wllh e. eailor al- tendant, according to a dls-_ patch from St. Petersburg. The little prince escaped with only a few bruises. s x Don't spend another of and Coil Liter Oil Ukei ot btdtiTiK will chase the cough givevon and ihoMftrovod you jood night's Ttken regularly it soon dispels even the Most ing co-.tgh Us valimme toaic. p'foparties.strenglhei] tbe blood which will then Quickly restore the aucvona liasnea lo their hfalrh. lie sore yt.il get Sjrup of Tnr and Cod Oil, tbe most popular erne in Canada. jjc large twlttes. J. U MATIRV CO, Ijfc JfaO be. The c'ily will grow, t'ut' ll depend on the administration wbethc t will start to grow as sonn as i otherwise.miglit. IMrROVEJjliNTS NEEDED Referring-.to improvcrneats 'whic he thought should be made, 5Ir. son said thc waterworks system would have lo be placed on 3 perma nent basis before anything else done, the 13lh St: sulway'-will to b'e built and a portion of 13th S aied blind streets in North Lell bridje will have to 'be opened, In way to this work to'be paved b preventing building on land whic will eventually have to be used a sireet allowance. Sir ffilscn also flivored a librar; either.a Carr.cgie library or onebui! by the city, A MUNICIPAL LA'BOIJ lilJKEA Heferring lo the future ol the cil the speaker claimed that, it wou' riiade possiWeUoriworl irigmeu to come berej build their ou Ionics and ue able to maintain (jc without'too heavy a tax bill. r duclion In tates if therefore needed irtilustrics. will have to be encourage anil a municipal labor bureau, wh? rnen coming into the city or lho> without work, may' shou be. established. Mrl Wilson concludwl by sayin that, he had had 2i .years' conncctii with the financial huiicrsq cf thc i It. I. handling much more .mon than the city of I.othhridge. hantilp represents no tkkot, so that-, elected, he will lie able' to serve f.vp part el the wifhov.l bias, connection with tho social-evil, pr pie knew Jiith'out th fitoori for a clean city, but thought it wotilil be better-to point a police commission as soon possible, to administer the affairs the department. -.Taken'altogether; Ite meeting v. devoid ol the thtills expected; It ft ii.triilght talk b'y incn v: have the Interests of thc city henrt, and-if it dittn't produce t j 'kick1 -the all the better able to judge ihe'ca I rlidates on tlieir.me-riU Not receiving tomorrow: J. .Morgan. 1235 Fifth avecuo I South, but on Saturday instead. 5 o Mrs. Albert Arnold, who -uras oper- cd on nt. ths Gait hospital. Is Im-i ovlng rapitliy. passed by Miss and Miss Dawsou. y Indeed -'ere the who called during yesterday's twilight j hours, when Mrs. F.arls b. Sloan held her posl-uupUal receiJiion. The draw- log rcoin was abundantly adorned I with ffrns and white chrysanthemums I and hero tho bride received, looking most attractive in I.PT weUdint; gownj o! d'JClH-.'s satin en iralne, elaborated with Uce and peirls. Mrs. James! Campbell, the bride's mclher, who as- j sisted-In was gowned In aj handsome costume of navy blut silk, adomc-d with lace. Mrs. lOr.) Me- Clure. who Invited to the dining-room, had donned a pretty costume of lav. euder silk and and white pic- ture hal. Thc dining table was a pretty picture, v.-Ilh Its Immense cluster of yellow "raumB." while streamers of smlbz reached from the eleclTOlier to small vases of white. flowers placed at Ihe cornerf. Welsh cut tho ices for the first hour. Downed becomingly 1u white satin en tratne and large biack hat. Mrs. Sloan, who relieved her for tho second hour, wore a handsome, grey satin gbr.-ii and black chapeau. Tea was po'jred by Mrs. Alvin Rlnley, in dainty while coiienne and black and white hat with The viands Mrs. J. D. .Murray was hcsless of a In tta yesterday in connection th Knoi l-adlea' Aid. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton and ughter, Freda, leave this week for ilsary, where they will reEido in ture. f e a Mrs. W. F. MacDouald will enter- in" from three-thirty to Bii'pi Fri- ay afternoon In connection' Wilh St. atrlck'a church. -Miss Josephine Hawkey is enter- inlng this evening at tho hoinq of r. nnd J. Emerson Hodgson, in inneclion witU Knox chain teas. ,e Miss; Josie Thomas has arrived oni the east and iviH make her ime with her brother, J. M. hotuas, Fourth Colonel Tlenrj' Uangerftofd and nushtet; Miss' pangeifleW, and son, hllllp, of Caiifofnlalvwl'll weei- cd guests with Mrs. K. wntshirel 265 Fourth ave'Due Soutli.- Mrs. (Dr.) Taylor was hostess of a mall tea hour affair Mra. were served by Mrs. Jackson, in a chic costume of pink figured silk, and krown. hat with rink mount, and Hiss Maud Oliver, prettily frocked in pink with touches of black and blaCn hat T.-tth r-nk 'feather. Little Francis Graham, in white wilh blue ribbons, was a dear little door attendant. ;c At Qreat Falls, Mont, on October 28. 1913, Edith Olivia Prowse, daugh- ter of Heriry J. Prowse, of Woodstock, to Hannan Harold Gilmour, son ot Ar-drew Otlrcour, of Brock- vllle, Oni. JP A happy wedding was solemnized ct the.Victoria'Mansions, Lethbrldge, by the Ilev.A G. -Cameron, on Tues- day, November 11, when 'Mr. Benja- min Montgomery, of and Mies' Harriet Edna Curtis, of Spring Hill', Kan., were joined in tho holy bonds of. ijedlock. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Pineher Creek i-ii. aud win resins on Knob Correspond- ent. .'CLUBS The Social Service 'league p[ atlibldge will meet, at 7 o'clpc North ilock this :cClure poured tea, I evoiilng In WcElmjnBteV church. Praj ip cut the 'kes. The daintlel er'serTlee will commence at 8 o'clock, GIFT SUGGESTIONS IN ART NEEDLEWORK N EWEll AND MOUB OHKilNAI, in dcsian lliaii'evcr, ;iro lite Ho.val 'Pni'kagp oittnts, in Art Needlework. These outllls are coiupriscd of Shirl-waisls, Combinations, Ladies' Drawers and Corset Covers; Child- ren's Dresses, Bonnets, ('outs and Hals. In Arl Needlework for the home we arc showing packages of Dresser'and Bureau Scarves, Tray and Lunch Cloths, Centre-pieces, Doilies and Cushion Covers. Can you imagine.ii more handsome; or a-more, useful gift (lian one of. ie? Kach package contains stamped or Tinted Material, .together with enough ttural Society Floss to complete-the work in each.package. Where a punch needle or rings are needed, you will find them included in life. lerial is finest procurable cjualil} The Kcwpie package designed by Hose O'Ncil, is one of our newesl num- ber's and can only be procured in Royal Society packages. Master Cupid has a prominent place tin every article. The artist luis shown great skill in her work and the effect is really beautiful. These are 12 in number Ribs, Baby Pillows. Tups, Crib Cov- ers, Safety-pin Holders, Dresser Scarv'es, Whisk Holders, Pin-cushions, Cush- ion lops, with material for hacks andthrec designs in Laundry Hags. Instructions for doing the work accompanies each package and many young girls arc profiting by them and becoming artists in embroidery work. These packages are reasonably priced at prices within Hie reach of all. Prices 35c 65c 95c HUDSON'S BAY STORES and at Us conclusion, a special.meet-, ing of the Aid is called. Ona hundred and eighty-seven dol- lars anil five cents WES the splendid sum ncUially taken in at hall, yeslerdar afternoon and evening by the "Aid of St. Andrew'! church at their bazaar. With the amounts still outstanding--thu total sum will reach (225, which Is most gratifying, in'addition this the Christian Endeavor booth took In There was a very large attendance from the .hour of opening-'until ctos- iDgr'time, orchestral music -being sup- plied throughout. In the evening solos by-Mr. SEott, Mr. Hartley and Mr. Gurr, it piano solo by a llttlo punll ot Mrs. Humphrey's, conjuring trlclcs by >Ir. E. Eoady, and a violin solo by Mr. Campbell Alrd were very enjoy- able. The ladies to thank all who contributed to the success of the affair. ALLEGED YEGGMEN IN COURT AT SASKATOON -Saskatoon, Sask., Jfov. Two al-> yegg men held by the' detective department aluce their arrest on No- vember G, were arraigned before. Mag- istrate Brown In court this morning, facing charges. .1- C, Scarth, ringleader, pleaded guilty to the charge ot having In Us possession a quantity of -nitre-glycerine.- He" was remanded for sentence" until 'tomor- row mol-nlng. James Kelly committed to stand trial on the charge of conspir- acy with Searth to commit an Indict- able offence. TO SEARCH FOR THE LEAFIELD Port Arthur, Ont, Nov. Captain Jiariu, .with the tug Arbutus, provisioned for a week, left this rn'ornliig to search, for. the missing steam- er LcjfJold. Thb first sod WES turned at Wei- land for a new R. C., church, to cost N Friend fat 40 Our Big Stock Is Rapidly Vanishing There is lots left jet however. .Examine these lines of Seasonable Goods quoted below Specials in Ladies' Shoes m inn, Melal. button, heavy low heel. Regular S3.25 per AC >c.oo Tan calf nutton, OC for f C.30 ladles' High Cut tan bluets.' Reg- ular J5.50 per pair..- t' for 94.OU Meh'is Bluchers MEN'S OUN METAL i CO OC for................... MEN'S VELOUR rubber sole, felt Iteed. CO CG J5.5C for Men's Underwear 90c Fkpece< Lined, and suit for Wool Ribbed Knit. 51.75, for Wolsey. Wool, very, fine .under- wear. a suit CO OE for....... Cashmere, fine (luaiity '.Alpha, Silk and' wool mixtures. ?s.oo 90.uu WOOL COMBINATIONS for S1.80; J3.50 lor for. 16.00 Leggings ladles' Bltck apate, black, blue and 85c. DUG Children's Corduroy Leggings Htgiitr J1.16. tor ..'..................3UC 70c Childrecs' Underwear Wool rjomblna- Cfl tior.E, J2.00 for....... 9 I Wool and Cotton Mixtures S1.16 for........... AH Wool Vest material 90c. for.............. Drawers to match. Children's Silk ana 45c, ?5r- and 65c garments.: 25c, 3Sc, 45c and 50c. Infant's Ruben Vests, all Oftj% wool, '45e for OUC Special in Ladies' Underwear Ladles' Spun Silk Vests, sleeve- less, a beautiful garment for even. ing wear. Hegular' J2.00 MC Thc same In silk and lisle; for............I 3C 117.50 vjlut. for........ IU.7S valves for........ vlluci for........ values for Trunks S Ladies' Travel- ing Cases values for .for Bags for Men's Handkerchiefs quality, 15o at Two for COC EXCELDA, BOOiJ cjunllty, 15c at TWO OCo for DANOANA3 !5c, for... 10c 75c GLOVES MEN'S WOOLLEN GLOVES long wrist. 90c. for...... MEN'S HE AVY. WOOL thc thirie for farmera, 35c. BUCKSKIN t KOHSEHIDE MITTS r- IlCEralar J1.75 and c" As (he Holiday Bon.spiy'is dniwing suggest flint you visit our store without delay, if you have not already., done so. You may bq. going ;ii way, we can ,tlioii yoii., You may want 'to' buy Ohristjiias, PrWcntsj we are sure to be able fo suit you. .Qbine early as the big stock'is cdi'lit inly on the move. The BENTLEY COMPANY, Limited ;