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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Aug. LKTHBIUDCF HERALD Fam Office Phone 1224. I Phone 774. 'As'it's give1 mo'to perceive, I most bcltcyc, Win-it a' man's jest glad plum' through. Cod's pleased with him, same as you. Whituomb Uiluy. tion addrussud to the Dominion gov- ernment on behalf of homesteads for Mrs. TJ: tills lnj bi idj c Mis Cliilliwacl; In tun1, Naismitli will be hostess b! a small t'l'liR niiproadiinj; marriage, in Van- is announced o! Mrs. Eihviirc Lewis, (l.uigliler of vthe lute Mr. Stanley Clarke Uagg Hagg, informal i lo Mr. Herbert Charles Druuiinond, son of the late lion. Hoh eiji; Andrew John Dnimmomi, of (he 'Easlon "left yesterday -for where she will reside in Mr. mid Mrs. .1. II. While and chil- firen leave tonight- fbr ir two weeks' Vacatibmit the Walerton Lakes. Mr. ami Mrs.W. A. Lawford, 1238 AIM'' VIL UP entertaining ML. nwl Mrs. W. Latimer. of Alliston. Hfilial civil service, gnmdspn of the sixth Viscount Strathallan. "JJlie home of Mrs. S. Harrison, Hii'iec St., was the scene of !t merry parity1 last evening, when a number of {'young people gathered, in farewell coijrtesy- to Miss Stairs. A .very jol.jv'evening was sjicn't, it wiQ'i sincere regret. Uiiil riianyr of her friti'ids gathered at the station this motcniiig. to. bid her, good-live, though "wisliiiip Jier.Jiapjiiness Mr. Long, of Kdmontori, is spend 1UJ1 li'fc l (.otiplt of weeks it the home of jsirrirs Ml ior ToTu ll sibtci Mis leirv. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. IJarbclie have returned to'the cilv after an extend- ed "visit at.the coast. prosperity iii. her Jutufc. life. Miss ield, where her ma cringe to Mr. Ijawidson will he soli (imiizcd. on Tlnjrsdaji. V.r MRS. Austin was the hostess yes- terd'ii.y aflnrnoon of a very charming ilea. "odor the auspices of the lint left Wcsicy ciulrch. the local ycstcrrtav afternoon to; visit .friends at "Macleod and Cowlcy. II Nclier niece, JUtes Florence McKarlouhar, of Mac- today to he hut guest, for a Eliorl time. A. R. McGuire rcturnrri vcstcnlav noimccd to vUlt Canada was th'n tho yiegc'pf Male Icing In "liber" War. She was re Warded, Vn' hiV. service in nursing, Iho wouinlud, V receiving Ihu Ordci of tho lied Cross. Shis last visited Africa about, tw H. J in ,-i few well chosen presented Miss Simra .with a beau Infill sunburst of pearls. Miss Simnii though taken .by.surprise, t.s' prcijjcd her thanks to the nMJmbers of in a neat little speech. Alti a special meeting of the exccu- tiv.e, of the Woman's Civic club, it was decided to cntcrlain the laities ol thi.i> Great Falls party, who will, be in tile city on..Saturday, at a tea fpHn'fpitr to six. The affair will be hcjW on the lawn ol President Hatch, of j the Hoard of Trade, weather pt'r- m Itting. Should tlie weather prove u pfavorable for outdoor entcrtain- njcnt. the tea will be held at tlie Y. C. A. "Any nie'nihor of "the club ririsliinc to assist the commitlec by (irnisliing bmid ami'butter, cak'c, or money to supply tea, coffee, sugar, hrenm and ice-cream, is requested to kindly phone the secretary, No. 1308, wrile to 611 Tenth St., S, as ;soon as possible. Not having the address ol half the members of the Woman's f'ivic club of the Hoard of Trade, the secretary consider it a favor if every member would send'her address and jphonc number, if any, to Mrs. W. II. touches of lime-green, .and a hat trim mod with flowers. The countess of Drogheda was in a striking gown'1 of lijac and green shot taffetas, and ,a very large hat, trimmed with roses. She was chatting on .the lawn for some time to Ladv Winnifrcd Ren- shaw, who wore black and white- striped muslin, and I.ady Arthur liutler, who looked well in pale cin- namon brown. :Lady Guendolen Os-. home, in lavender satin and was strolling about with. her younger sister, Lady Moira Oshprnc. The .Hon. Mrs. Rpchtort Maguire wore a very Parisian costume of blue, with an apricot colored sash, and a hat .to match. A feature of the party was the. in- spitetion by the -duke of. Connaught .of fc the one William Aitien, the Canadian who is now a mem ber of The anouncement of. his knighthooii-ev.oked.ainie unflat tering comment in reforeSee to .Sir part in floating'the cement merger. The responsibility for this Knighthood should bo placed where Is due, upon the leaders of the Conservative party, which he ad orns with his presence in Parliament. the boy scouts 'from th ie overseas do- minions, who had been staying' grounds at Roehampton House lor several weeks. '.Field Marshal .Earl Roberts, Field Marshal Lord Grcn- fell, General Sir Ian Hamilton, and General Sir Robert Baden-Powellj were present. The boy'scouts, were drawn up on the lawn and "inspected by the of Connaught, .who spoke to most of them. -His royal high- ness presented certin'cales for meri- torious service to the'two scouts .of Iho Red Deer (Alberta) patrol, who assisted in rounding up a. man want- ed Ior attempted HOLD-UP AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. Halliday, real was held up it mid- night last night. With the assistance >f a pedestrian ana fireman from a ;gcarby ,liail, the attackers were driv- en off olid pursued. They 'fired two GOVERNMENT IS SURE TO WIN Will Hold Their Own in Provinces; Gains in Some Aug. survey of the field at this, juncture by im: partial .observers gives little cause to the to hope for victory. In Nova Scotia the Liberals arc not only expecting to hold their own but two of the seats the Juliets, neither of which took effect. OTTAWA CANDIDATES J. Ottawa, Aug. .Liberals i'jll meet in convention August, iitb', the Conservatives Aug. "j 1th. Hal B. 'verin, the Liberal.representative, not be opposed in convention. member, has retjr- making the election of a new can- necessary. JJ city treasurer, la said to "i niost active English speaking Con- TORIES TO MEET, HEBE IMPRISONED NAN WAS FOUND ALIVE 1 Johnson, 611 Tenth St., S., i'1308. phone Any membfrs of the-Clnh who dc- j'irc to help entertain tho-visitors, iy.H1 be welcome any time hel-wcen four anrt t I.ady S.irah Wilson, aunt of the jii.uke of, Marlliqrpugh, who, it is an- Joplin, Mo.. Aug. Clary, iir.prisoiioil by the cave-in, in White Oak Mine, near this city, since last Sunday morning, was reached this morning. He was alive.and well. When the last spadeful of earth was removed by the workmen in the shaft anil Ilioy dropped through into the ilrifl, Clary threw himself into their arms and wept while the 'shouts of thousands, cheering at Ihe mouth of the mine, echoed down the shaft. f _ It is understood that the i Winnipeg cash prices, i Nor, 9h, 2 Nor 94 1-4, 3 Nor. 9f, Nor SO 1-2, No S, 80 1-2, No 1-2. Feed, 62. Oats, No. 2, C.'iW.', Barley, No S, 68 1 2 Flai.-'No, 1 N W, no bid opened 101 closed 100 7 8 Dec opened 102 1057-8. J opened- HO r7-g, fcjjoe- ed 60 'S-t; Dec. opened 6-8, elided Si 34, Maj opened OS 7 7-S "_ JOE ELKCTED London, Aug Right Hoc Joseph Chamberlain has''been elected noiinoed here that the plans are com vice-president of the Roya! Coloijil leted for the twelve-storey Selktilt institute "otel, to be erected 'here bj the G _________ P. Work'be commenced Im- mediately. Tenders have already n called..- The-estimated cost, is million and a halt. S A WELCOME MEETING Tht SaUation Army welcome niftt- ing ji tonlaht'nt o'clock." ixceptionaliy Good Values In Ladies'Ready-to-Wear Skirts For Between Season's Wear Lr. to cure Dandruff and to grow, hair in'seats on n'policy so well designed to Being daintily perfumed, Unit the grain growerV Looked at SXbVIA makes n most pleasant dressing. The Alberta Drug Co., your dfnggists, are the first to import this preparation Into Lethbridge and a large bottle can be purchas- '1 for 50c.: pn-the-government "om every, standpolnrand .'the-''behent' of .every doubt Lnurler In jure winner. The Is all in the Liberals' favor. For betv, een eeaaon's wear there Is no of miladi'a wardrobe so essential-as that smart style and durability, i .lust now we me showing an Inrge range of Ladies' Tailored Skirts In such serviceable material .AC' Serges, Panamas and Tweeds, in black and color Materials arc alUof that dependable quality for which' these stores are noted; styles are of thti season's latest uiwlols, while workmanship la of the hightat attainable standard of merit. All specially priced At from up Let ua them to you Hudson's Bay Stores ;