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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta November TITELETIIRRIDGE DAILY TTERALD PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE: WANT NO ASSISTANCE GIVEN IRISH PARLIAMENTV-GOV. ERNMENT IS STRONGLY .SUSTAINED MADE IN TORON TO-----ONT, London, Nov. new financial resolution of the Home Rule hill was discussed in committee 'it the house. Austen Chamberlain remarked that if Ireland dciiuinilcfl separation, she mustJ liea-c ol hiir own linuucial Lloyd-George declared that it would pay Britain as well to have a pros- perous Ireland as a prosperous West Indies or South .Africa. Honar Law pointed- put that Hri- not pay any old age pen- sions in the colonies and there was no sound reason 'why she should pay theni indefinitely in Home, Rule of (Ireland.' Sir F. Banbury moved to amend the resolution providing that pay- incuts foi Irisii services should not I involve any charge .on the British tax- payers. This was defeated hy a majority ol H5. The resolution was passed by a majority of '111. EDITED BY "INO" PHONES Office 1224 ReS 1115 '.H- brings- Good Luok on Bak-, ing day. because every requiaite of a .perfect baking powoV ambodied' in "Alberto's is pun, ab- solutely pura. Best is pefoetfy from 'any subetanoe injurioua to Health. Best" is is known by good cooks your grocer for it today. '.LEFT .MONA'STIR, IN CONFUSION LEAVING. IMMENSE SUPPLIES .BEHIND THEM WITNESS SAYS HE SAW GIBSON STRANGLING MRS. SZABO IN BOAT i Goshen, N. saw Gib- son seize 'Mrs. Szabo around the ncclc I with his left arm. I saw his right ImiVd thrust at her throat then they both Tell out of the said John Mint urn, eye-witness to the death of Mrs. Rose Hanschik Szabo, tor death on. Greenwood Lake, Burton W. Gibson of New York, her lawyer, is charged with murder, he-so testified at Gibson's trial today. His testimony was introduced to hear out the state's contention that Mrs. Szabo was strangled by .Gibson and did not die of "Gibson and his companion were standing in tha centre of the Minturn said, "Gibson seized Mrs. Szabo and for. a mom- ent, the boat rocked, they fell out. the woman first, the man' afterwards! When they were in the water present- ly, the woman was lost' sight' of. The man then swam over; to' the .boat, put ing to lalest reports from Monastir the Turkish garrison did not surnui- dei> but lied in all directions, .leaving ;a'large; amount of war material .ne- liiiuL. Aitrr thu.temflc battle, which preceded.the fall-ol thc city, most of -I the Turkish, soldiers lied in the direc- tion, of, Florena, in miles to tlie "south-east, pursued hy the .Servian -cavalry'. "Tlic Turks lost killed wounded and the Servian casu- alties 'also were Very heavy. Thc .Crown Prince of -.Servia made his sta-to entry into the city yesterday. flow of blood his arm over, it and over. The boat remained rigiits'ide un when they Cell and stayed in that position until Gibson tipped Mintui-'n was .standing'at the water edge, he said, when he, saw' the 'tra- 'gedy. Thos. Hunter of. .Lindsay, aged 3 5. was accidentally shot in the.thigh ami fatally wounded by his own gnu while duck hunting. A; hoy- named Clealand, who was with was unable to stop HOME There it Is, all sweet and clean, Waiting in a peace serene, Bright with splendor, full of grace j Garnished for a dwelling-place. There It knows not cold; Wanned it is by fires of old; Cheerful, crimson throne. With Just room for you alone! There it Is a home for yon. Unlit for love and shelter, too. Beautiful, without, What a homo to enter in! There it is, a temple grand, Fashioned not by mortal hand; Those who enter ne'c-i- -depart From the mansion heart! Hostesses tomorrow: Mrs. AV. F. Mac-Donald, 70H Sixth came the .wife of A'ictor V. Christie, of Cards The ceremony was Hev. Dr. Crummy. The who was away by her .brother, Win. C. Hamilton, wore her travelling c'ostuine of navy blue whip- cord, with hpt of-the same shade, hav- ing a grayish blue I'Vcnch mount caught under the brim, blaek Persian lamb furB completing the pretty cos- tume. .Mr. and Mrs. Christie left for Kdmonton and points west, and will be at home in Curdslon after Decem- ber 1. McLachfan, Huultoii House, Calgary, was hostess of an informal luncheon for her sister, Mrs. Bert dimming, and her guest, Miss uf'Su'ult- Stq.Marie, Michigan: Mrs. J. Fisk, Miss Florence Fisk and Fisk left ycster- avenue South. day morning to spend a year fornia; where tlicv will be joined at Mrs. G. Moth. ]23J Piftli "avenue b inlling. of -thc, VDili: hy Mr. South, and not agate until after New absence lbcir Year's. ,-jibme will he occupied by rMrs. Harry K. Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. J. .Morgan will Fri- day, instead of Thursday of this week Masler Echlin eutcrUined a Her sister. Miss Davy, of .Diamond flf boy-rricnils to supper last City Hospital, wilM-ccen-e with Her. in ilonor Of his tenth hii'th- Various Barnes were played, but, Mrs. Dickie, of Cardston. is a. house guest with Mrs. J. M. Aitken, giving a 'bridge tea in her honor to- morrow. Mrs. AV. H. McLelland left yester- day for Calgary on a short visit. The Chosen Friends are entertain- ing at a dance in the S. O. 13. hall on Thursday evening, when a splendid time, is anticipated. air, and Mrs. AV. J. Butler, of Gold- have arrived In the. city, and will spend the winter with the form- er's .parents, Mr, ami Mrs. E. Butler. Possibly the social event of the week, which will be most interesting to .the largest number, is. dance, the first of the .winter series, which will be held in the S. 0. 15..hall on Friday night. The teachers, of tlic city Giitortaiiied at the Central .School last evening. Twenty tables of five himdred were, ma-de up. A wedding was celebrated, at. Kuo.x manse, at seven-thirty last .evening. by the Rev. A. G. Cameron, .when the: principals were Miss Aivnie Vule, who judging from the frolic and laughter the street car ride was the greatest treat, the obliging Conductor contri- .bnting to that end. Those present 'were Lloyd Dnnham, Ralph Johnson, Stanley .Perry, Ted Vanderwatcr, Stanley Olson, Clarence Virtue, Don- laid Marshall-.'ami .Jaclf) Johnson. I Glubs and Societies' St. Monica's Guild of St. Augustm's Church held a well-attended meeting yesterday afternotrn. The time was spoilt in arranging details for the annual bazaar, which-'tlie ladies have decided to hold on December 3, The 'men's Society of St. Mary's Church held their annual meeting at the Mr. E. Jackson last ev- enlaig. The following officers were elected: C. H. Pojjham. Imsworth. C. R. Mat Routine business with regard tc parochial matters was discussed. A banquet will be held in the base- ment ol" Wesley Church at 7 o'clock to morrow fat- which th.e Sunday school workers will be present, arrived yesterday.from wjn include the-.officers and teachers, Scotland, .and Mr. Robert ,Easton aru] thfi of file 'Adult Dibit? Simpson, of -Mr. and Mrs. Simpson left today for their-future in Fernie. Wednesday afternoon, at five, o'- ;class, the membsrs of.the Young La-d- ies'- class, the Young Men's class, and the Junior Young Men's Class. The occasion will be of the of the delegates to the- Prov- ial Sunday school' convention at HUDSON'S BAY COVl The Store of Quality I I ji> DRESS GOODS New Arrivals in Dress Goods Sectiofis Satitvde-Chene In choice colors, Sky, Shell Pink, Brown, Lavender, Pearl, Grey, Navy, Black; 'also in'shot effects of Royal Blue and Paddy Green, Yellow and Silver Grey, Blue and Tan C 4 JC Full inchbs wide, yard I >Cw Cord Velvets Hicli heavy pile Velvet with large coi'd, in lovely shades of navy, brown, grey and j Hunter's green; -4" wide, yd. 75c and 1 Chiffon Pan Velvets, These make exceedingly handsome gowns. Do not crush easily. Colors are "Golden Brown, Light Copenhagen Blue. 3C -inches wide, per yard.......... Dresses Mines'- and Ladies' Dresses, from quallt> Serge, Peter Pan Collar, turn-buck Colors Navy, Black, Tan, and Ifft Copenhagen Blue, Price............ Smart Dresses Misses' and Ladles' Dresses, In 9ne Serge, (Ilk braided, trimmed Cerise. Colors Black, Tan, and Copenhagen blue. I For Misses and Ladies Misses' and Ladles' Dresses made from Bus nualltj Serge with Lace Yoke, lone sleeves, idled with lace, tiimmed with Black satin In C41) all colors......................... III GREAT CARPET SALE NOW PROCEEDING I clock, Grace Church 'was thcrece-ae of'pQalgary last, week, which include Mrs. a pretty Sarah Nettie Hamilton, third daughter" of ;the Robert Hamilton, OL Emerson, be- Brundow, Mr. K. Kaake and .Mr, and Mrs. Walter Jordan. A.'Moment Why don't you bring your Sister or Sweetheart to the or perhaps your mother or The would like to go out for a meal for a change. At The ALEXANDRA you can get a meal to suit both your pock- et and your palate, with a classy little waitress only too willing to give you the best of service. Come and see us occasionally. as we want to keep! in touch with our friends. We guarantee a meal of qual- ity, in real solid comfort. Open From 6 a. m. to 9 p. m. Rev. J. G. Shearer, O.D., genera secretary of the department of social of the Presbyterian'Church'in Canada, is expected to visit Leth- "briclge on November liG, twhen he will address a mass meeting ill ICnox Church at S p.m. Arrangemc'iits will probably hi mad" to have Dr. Shearer address i-meeting of women at 4 p.m., and a ['men's meeting at (J.30'p.m. j Tonight Hishop I-Jamilton will de- liver an address on ''Life In j-in S't. Cyprian's Church. Mr. Hamil- j'tCKi, who is an Ontario mnn, was the I first Canadian bishop in Japan, with iUiouj. twenty-five years' exper- j ielico in the .work there, he Is most ''conversant with his subject, and brings interesting information. All are invited, and- St. Cyprian's Church should be taxed to its capac- ity lo hear thisNeiiiinent divine. Owing to illness, the superintendent of the literary and social department of. Westminster Epworth League was unable -to a prpKJimine hist ii.ighi, but tlic splendidly filled' in with an Impromptu program. Josoiih AVoods'worth gave a Mrifflit.'tijHt on his experience in work .rfmo'ng, (he ;Mr, -Taylor save -.-a short; vivid 'account of hifc Hliowltufgc of- refor'in 'work'in co'nnoc- 'The Wires ASK'Carry The Same Wani of nil on llic Wile.' inn-it salt ill your Alt' yol( lisiujr the best fnll-WJNDSOR TABLE SALT! It'.sllit- lilllclhinp.f tlinl "uinit. ll's M'iiulsor Salt, Hint will lo mute (lainly ilislK-f-nixl flavor font! It klinuld II a vo red. PAY FULL AMOUNT OF PREMIUM FOR .LIABILITY POLICY. .Chief Justice Harvey in Court this afternooii gave Judgment for the plaintiffs in an action raised at tlie instance of.the. Railway. Passen- gers Assurance'Co.1. against N. ,K. Boyd, ex-M.P., a contractor of Winni- peg, formerly, of the firm of "Boyrl ft Gray, who for wmk in this c'tj. The plaintiff' sued for in respect of .1 premium due hy the defendant- on a ]i bility policy insifring of the defendant against' loss iii case of accident. His Lordship, gave Judg- ment for plaintiffs for the full amount of their claim. The defendant argued that he had not been -properly notified in regard to the rate of insurance to be charged. Do tike lunch down town, I j Have you The Brown Betty Tea Room A business man's lunca. at 50c. served daily, ROOM 4 MACDONALD BLOCK A-Servian S natty -uniform. tion with" licjuor tnifttc in Nova Scotia. After Iho league meeting the exocu- live of the Sunday scbool met, and discussed- plans with, regard, to the Christmas entertainment. AUTHORITIES- 'AT CO.NSTANTIN- OPLE HAVE MORE THAN WAR TO DIVERT ATTENTION London, -Nov. Ottoman and foreigri' intonists in Uoiistanttn- wliite Hie publication of ilefmMif'rjRWS regard in g', the progress of the war is chiefly con- cerned in the larpc number of arrests iioMi and wviiuis tiuiuitv'itig the parly of Union, and Progress, ccording to special 'despatch from ihc-Turhisli- capital the (Hto- local press acjency, lias "issued that only forty have been made id Ihnl. Hie sole reason for UICSR the of a demonstra- hy university students on front ttiu olllces nu October Till.' At; first, the most reinnriiiiblr slor- s Uerc ciroiiliUeil in explanation of (lie arrests; With a view of in flue no. Mussulman' opinion. It. was ex-1 j plained (lint tin- rnionists wen: plot- tinir in I'slnhlusli ;i republic. 10 THE mm RANCHERS IN BRITISH MUST JOIN ASSOCIATION TO GET SUPPLIES I WILL IN FUTURE SEEK A MAR- .KET FOR DEBEN- TURES. D C Xcn 19 Bf Lause the proMiicial dii not supplj him sturoping kler 161 blow up stumps on shlj lancli at Rtillnutcr, in accordahci U'itli a recent dcspatclr Etonir'Victprl: lo the Direct that that expldsiyi would he supplied free .to bona-fijli settlers Tor land clearing operatidiii i Fred Goldsmith, now in Vinebiiyii is rcadv to blow up Hon. Price El mlnistei of agriculture, He je cencd a letter recently de the the yesterday the council firmed the appointment of.'the Ban of Montreal as fiscal agents -for the City of Lethbridge, and .from, dils lime they will handle all city deben- tures, milil other -arrangementa may1 be made. When the bond Issue was sold the other day the -council, sitting as a finance committee, decided that a fis- cal agent was a necessity if they, wore to obtain the best figure for future is- sues. They therefore appointed the Bank of Montreal as thcJr fiscal agents, boHoving. that thro ugh1 them thc city would be able to take advan- tage of the boot the money market may have to offer in the! future, and they also thought that- by having a partment informing him piradrr would he supplied him at (I a box (factory providing hi Joined the Conservative association "H is a declared obli smith "I have always ConiKt hul I will not support s'urt tactic-i uf enforcing pi 1 farmer olitics FROM SECRETARY TO TREASURER Washington, Thomi son, Becretary to President Taft, wll he appointed treasurer of the Uiiitcc Slates within the next few days t( succeed Lee who resignec the position last wefk. leautlful Sight no such thing as tru "There is friendship." strong financial Institution represent- "Oh, yes there is. Did ybii hev h'.K them, the ratepayers would feel j remark the Implicit trust and con moro confident that tnc.eliy :wns-oh-1 denco existing between two girls wh taining for terras whenj ha'ye -k'nowir-each, other.'for ahoi over-any" bond'-issiio fn filtifre'ls the Louisvil'le Courie cd for sale. OTWITHSTANDING THEABUSE of coffee by tlie cereal PACK CO IN. ONE'; AND TWp POUND CANS CHASE SANBORN ;