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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THIS LETHBRIDGEfBAILY HERALD AGE THE OFTHES We have-diseoveredti few jines looked in the which will offer tonight from 7 to 10 o'clock at special prices y Oho lino will be Ladies' Waisti! for 750 gpebiai llJic of Dollar Corsets at. Sample Vests, good quality 'i'V -2CIC ds Co. ROYAL HOpHOLD Canada's Bejst The Ogllfie T'cuf Cn.'lM. Medicine ;.Hat Fl.Wlll.iarn WinnipefT Montreal. TOlCLEAR GET YOURS TODAY YOUR EYES? Frofn' a sense of talst economy or as'a" of -pure, Inexcusable j thogghtjessixesa, you may be deferring'the w'earing otj one tjjlhg 'needful to your now defective sight. Can You Imagine People Robbing Themselves! ThlnU this think of your eyes, think of- your folly and' think of us who will glad- ly [urnjali small very kind of gtaesss a correct and thorough examination proves you may badly heed. R. A. Wright The Jeweller Eye Speciaiiat in charge of Optical Department. ror-DNTQ CONSERVATORY or MUSIC A. S. Vcjt, Mus, Doe., Musical Director Reopens Tuesday. September 1st. A national institution, unrivalled in Canada ns regards 'the distinc- tion of its faculty and Hie superior character of its buildings and gen- eral equipment. for YEAR BOOK and LO- CAL CENTRE SYLLABUS of 1914- 15 and pamphlet descriptive of the WOMEN'S RESIDENCE.'...' CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF V -EXPRESSION F. H. Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. -Principal. SPECIAL CALENDAR Public reading, Oratory, ..Physical and Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art, and Literature Home-School of Culture for 'Girls 33 years record For prospectus and terms, write the Principal Jl. I. WARNER, H.A., D 01 St. Thomas Ont Wellington, New I NEW President Grant, of [A.Massey, Prime Minister of New J. the Hamburg-American line, .which inland, today announced'to parlia-, siiled from .this-.port yesterday, has incut that the government proposed j teen recalled by "wireless, to orer the services of an exp'sjii- :inry force to tin Imperial govern- riirnt if events necessitated. AM the niehit.ers thercunrn stood and sang, I -tfons today tfiat shipments were sus- "God Save the King." until further, notice, agents of Crerman export horses; here received instruc- LANGARA BOYS' >N6n- sectarian RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOLS OP THB) HIGHEST .TYPJ3 Sjhauglmessy He.ights, Vancouver, P. p. Unsurpassed in Canada In Buildings, Eciiiprnent'oivTeaching Staffs Schools Re-Open TUESDAY, September 8th. To be sure cf admission, appli- cations for 1914-15 should he, iriade'.-at once. Calendars .'sent-'on application to REV; E. D. McLAREN, Stanley Court.'Vancouver, B.C. PORT HOPE, ONTA.RIP FOUKliED IMS UfcB Ontario, wllhVO iiirpr'inrTlSuiIncu. Knilflous Kcxt Term bicclnit Sept. lOIb. Ca'ratinr nf-Ali' to iff REV. F. GRAHAM ORCHARD. Camb. Trinity Church Will be One Year Old Tomorrow MILADI Edited by Phones Refills Office 1224 LYING- I'm writing her a letter, :Tha-t I'm getting on at! right, That I'm really fteling teller And am full of vim and light, I am her I'm working Every minute-3! And 1 have no time for shirking And I have no .time for .play. I am telling her that nightly I cm sitt round the home, And''that lime is passing lightly And I've'no ilesire to roam, t sm telling her I'm hoping '.That a month or-two thpy'H stay Uliere the: li'Usides. green are sloping And the little ones canyiay. I am filati they're where thn brcwcs Gentfy ties them as they run, I'm telling hcrJt pleases Me to think of all their fan, And I write that I'm not lonely, But it's all a foorful sham For they'd come back if-they only Knew hdw miserable I am. For I miss Iteir sweet caresses- And I miss their shouts of glee, And -the enijty. house depresses N6w the very eoul of me. I writing that I'm happy, From each roguish, little I gm writing 'thai.l'm happy, But I'll Let she knows I'm not. Selected. Miss Agnes Dowsett and Miss OlIVo Dlser have gone.to EUmonton to visit the former's Ingbam, sister, .Mrs. George Master Douglas BqbiEon is ill in the Gait Hospital, with typhoid fever. Rev. David Ross. lias left on a holi- day trip east. He will be away ahout a month, and go" to Cleveland to Why You Should Shop at the Bay Tonight THREE HOURS 7 To 10 O'Clock Just 6 of these Boys' Shirt Waists; Jap Matting .'Bugs, 60c lines for 35o, sizes size 6x9 ft. up to 10 years. 98c 35c. 10 of these Ladies' Linen Suits Values, to hurry out 65 meet his daughter, _w.ho will return with him. Aid ar? holding an Ice-cream social and 'with splendid prospects for a fine evening, 'the be large. 'Reginald, the briiht; little son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E'MgArthur, was tak- en to the Gait hospital yesterday with an-attack of Tho many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Llchtbody, Hillhurst, will regret to j given' by ths Women's Missionary learn that they have gone to Nova Society oi the Methodist church on Scotia to reside. They were acconi-, Wednesday evening last. A large panied by Mrs. R. 0. Bond, who will number of the residents of the town attended, the farewell Kipp, and during the even- ing she was presented with a life membership in the society, accom- These aro chic Summer Suits, Coats in Norfolk style, skirts plain tailored, cut from pure linen in white and natural color. Just 10 to clear out. Just the thing for summer holidays, camping, etc. Worth ?7.50...................................... liere. It.is (he hope of Mr. Bell's many friends that his recovery may soon be tad t News. 'c Mrs. RoaeTvarm and Mrs. MacEach- ern left today to spend a week with friends at Champ'on, Mrs. Arnold C. Hawortb will be hostess at the city tennis courts to- day. Mr. T. Power of-Edmonton arrived today for the Power-Preeman nup- tials on Tuesday. Mrs. Sanders was hostess at aj charming bridge party yesterday af- j ternoon, In honor of Mrs. Douglas of j Edmonton. The guest of honor and j Mrs. Naismlfrh were the fortunate win- j ners of the dainty prizes. Among the guests were: Mrs. Kilbourne, Mrs. Naismith, Mrs. Turner-Bone, Mrs. Den- nis, Mrs. La'ferty and Mrs. Mewburn. Herald. At the Edmonton Canoe club on Monday, herTloyal'Highness the Prin- cess Patricia was" presented "with a life membership' to the club. The cer- tificate was unique, 'the lettering done on birch from "a tree on the Canoe club' grounds. No .doubt Princess this Ca- quarters iii that city. The remains Mr. B'oltoh Nlbloek left Calgary on Thursday night'for Victoria, whence he had received' of the death of his brother, Mr. John Nikock, who was for some years divisional super- intendent of the. C.P.K., with head- nadlnn figt among her curios, will be interred in Calgary early next Yesterday morning (Friday) the Duke and Duchess of Connaught, with the Princess and their suite, left, in their private train for a fishiiig trip at Cascade.. Last evening they dined early, and sat on the terrace over- looking the. Bow. A number of the inembers of the royal party, although Duke; the Duchess, nor the Princess, bathed in the pool oh Tuurs- Mrs. Kip'p, of ilacleod, the wife of Dcspatcher Kipp, who left with her, lius'-and last to" take up her! FlQ-sv Guild cordmllv thanks expenses of the coming autumn rcsidtnce at .LetMirldge, was the [Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeaie Frache Bros, jinclal convention Every member, is- Men's Oxfords in Pa- Neckwear Clearance, tent, Box all pretty sian Calf, button and to lines priced bluclier styles, reg -tonight Mixed Chocolates Per pound Mixe'd" Biscuits Per pound Saturday Night Treats 24c 28c Olives, 2 bottles for Kia-Ora, pure Lemon Juice, large bottle 24c 68c Hudson's Bay Co. India. The duchess is :an accomplish-1 Gardens for flowers yesterday for the ed iinquist .arid scholar, a gracious hostess and a noble is- in disposition, somewhat retiring for one so fcjgh station. Clubs and Societies weekly visit to the hospital, a A special and very important meet- ing of the Central WCTTJ. will be held promptly at three; e'clijck- .on Monday afternoon, at the hbine of.SJrB; R. Needs, 1244 Fifth "avenue-A SoatH. Plans will be discussed for defraying igucst of Honor at a farewell social sptend several ippiiUis.an.jier ql.d home irTTruro.' After several weeks of Medicine Hat, Jolin Bell ipajniedVby.. an address expressing" sih- and the superintendent of the Gait urged fo be present, if at all possible recovered his strength that he is able cere appreciation of her work .1 MOUNT ROYAL A High Class Residential and Day College for and Young Men, Girls arid Young Women V'; 'OPENING OF FALL TERM, TUESDAY, SEPf.'sth, 1914. BUSINESS CLASSES: Bookkeeping, Stenography, .Aispoiiiit-. ancy, Typewriting, etc. MUSIC: Full Conservatory Course, Vocal, Instrumental and Theory. B ACADEMIC: Public Schocl Preparation .'for the University and Teachers. .Lstllos College1 .cqurso "for Girls. French. Ponveraatlon FINE ART: China Water Work, otc. EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAI, CULTlIRH: Dramatic Art, Publlo Sijeaklng, Hpusebold Soienee. For'full Information and; Calendar apply MISSIONARY MARSH. Of Trinity. Church, which celebrates Its first anniversary. tomorow.' Trinity" "Church, Hardievillc1, has fi.11.4 a Bfeat need in that ity rsince its opening one.year morrow. Missionary Marsh .has bfeh! faith'ful during his mon'.hs in'-chnrge, ani) is very dcsiir-i ous tbr.t as many Lethbtidge. people' as possible attend the first anniver- sary tomorrow when, Rey.'-T, Murray, moderator (if the Synod, ill; preach special sermons' hoth morning j and evening. St. mail train for Germany will not leave St. Petersburg tonight, and the lino of boats running 'to Bweiicn, ped Rev. Dr. and Mrs. of Tor- onto, arrived in Calgary today Irpm Eilmontcn. Dr. Meyers will stay at Mount Royal college for the summer Sunday school, end Mrs. Meyers J Jeavfs-tonight for Hillcrest to visit friends. The Duchess, of Connaught, Edmonton, Augi-': 1 July clalorate this year than ever before, 2f'th', held double significance in the and a fitting close to the splendid citizens His Roy- rfogram of every evening Band re- commendation tone th; aught, during his Tuit Patricia visited the capital that das lere Xte "Newsies" hold their tKe.it Second event in importance v.as the 'closing of the entries Tor the iner exhibition, August lOtii tu No doubt now exists in the minds of; the .Exhibition to 'the a'ttracthcncSs' of ihe display of exhibits to meet the approval of the public. The quality of the exhibits is OM" and are preparing to surprise jiud charm vis itors with their" music. In addition, five local bands, all of wide reputation, will partici- pate in the musical program Fnlri-s In the early closing events for the summtr lace meet whiihTiins concurrently with .hilition, have teen heaTy. With 38 horses starting in the 2 30 tcott the aunAer in Race No 14, 2 IS pace, 2 13 trot, there is promise of some excitement of Prussia, who, during the campaign excess or the numtcr who exhibited I he'ore the wire is passed The other of 18701, MS tnoivn as the "Red li these classes last jear This is cariy closing events have proved ityjbal of tf.e growth along everj ejuilly attractive to horsemen, am! 1 lie Ul VUUiluug'llt, WHO i J married his royal highness, the Duke hlShESt. and of Connaught, tjother of the late ITast- King Edward, and uncle of King I Jn the departments of fine art, Ceorge.of Qreat Britain, was been'school work, and women's work gen- July 25, 1880, 'and' was the third erally-. ontries have been made by K daughter of Prince Frederick Charles cne hundred and-tliirty exhibitors ini Prince." PrincESs Louise, Margaret Alexan- dra Victoria Agnes of Prussia, was 4 her former title, and .she was known I tas one oi Ihe beaut'iful Euro- pern Princesses. There were many and other royal suitors for her hand, but 'has recehed special attention, the of Connaught, soldicr-diplo- 1 entries in these classes have been j mat, wen it. The marriage was per- 1 heavy. in St. George's- chapel, Wind- 'ij'r'in 1S78. Princess- their line, and Exhibition visitors are as- sured cf a splendid display in al' sections of the Fair. Among the classes inaugurated tin-_____ _..........._ _.....v year, the section Ladies work j on all lines ot railway for .Exhibition week, and the Exhi- bition Association anticipate, a rec- ord 'attendance at the Pair of 1914, numerous owners have stifled tBeii, of entering in tie pursi events. Single, fare return rates have been The Al'crla are now lo-j on the Exhibition Grounds, i younger! where they have-adapted one of thc jchii'a; is belayed bV-- all the .English Urns for a temporary barracks Men aumire'd.'wherever she is-i and-horses alike; are drilling early I known. SKe is stilininmarried, al-'nnd'Iata to pcrfeft themselves-in1'the though there .have tec for lur hand. many suitors! (intricacies Ride. of fche popular. Musical Priiic ss Margaret, the ether duugh- ter of. the Duchess of is" married to Prir.cs Gustavus, 1 Crown Prince of Sweden. Prince Ar- Ihiir cf Crnnaugflt, the only son born I to the duke, and duchess, was niar- j ried last year to. the Duchess of Fife. 1-Ie is an officer in the famous Scots Greys, and during the Boer The Duchess .of Connaught was wenlihy-hv'licr own right when she marred. Tho of Conhaug'.it s an income: from thc state of a of which is fit ti by act cf parliament; in 1.871, j f.nd additional.IrE'ing granted !at ilhn 1011, tho Duke of Con- was appointed governor-gen- cr.-l cf Canada.'to succeed Earl Grey, j antl Canada the, duchess the Princess Patricia. i-Ic was (lie- jlrst of Canada of royal blooil. The duchess has, of course, travelled extensively. She ac- companied the duke on his visit to v Egypt ;tn..open, thc great ifans, and George amt Queen Mary to the coronation Durbar Thc Military Tattoo will he more The. ,ttie result of; a meeting todav of the Netherlands Cab- inet, and the bankers of Amaterdam, it was decided to form a syndicate of 'bankers, which will; be supplied by the Netherlands bank with'a credit of ISO.OtfOiOOO. the house well without burning all the cbal you can buy. Gives steady, even ____________heat on least fuel, See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. Sold, by Gco. E. Dison ;