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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETh-iTfllDGE DAILY 'HERALD flew NeitiQ Worses for As Notable as the te Models THE WORLD that knows'. anything'. about feminine tog- knows about -the Nemo corset as "a boon 'to those of stout figure. 2STofc so many, perhaps, are familiar with tlie niodels for elight and med- ium; women, each of which in its own way is as notable an achieve- the famous self -reducing numbers. Designed with the softest of bon- ing number 561 for" slight figures means comfort for those who .BO often complain of corsets that rub distressingly over the hips. As one of the new Kop-serviec mod- ,that ;easy. naturalness _. by present fash- at- the same; 'h; Health! support. Con- aii. ideal Sumrnpr V 4s 'likewise? said, "God save the King." PAGE SEVEN Phones Res.1115 Office1224 -a few; ovsets; Spils :t5 The; Corset- Shop 'of "Gity A Bancroft, Tice-pre Trades and Labor Congress of ___ ada. was in .the city yesterday and at the meeting of the L'ethbridg Trades Labor' Council last night ga'-e a most interesting and'instruc- tive address, touching chiefly on leg- islation as it affects the working i j Mr. Bancroft was one of the most i zealoys workers in connection with I the recent passing of the new'Work- j men s. Compensation Act in Ontario, jand'hs is read lug. the gospel of bet- ter l.-gislatiou throughout the Do- nvnicn. In dealing with his subject ni ir, Mr., Bancroft reviewed history of the Act in Ontario, plaining.its' working in'detail. Act v.-as passed on May 1st and is to come into effect before the first of -next January. Mr. .Bancroft piained that it eliminates the old employers' liability law and the corn- men law so that, practically all acci- dents will, te from 'the state insurance. thus eliminat- iijg ail litigation. The industries are grouped into classes and each is com- to on the'' last the ex- The 10-24. I. Sam.: and Mr. and Mrs, Manfred Freeman, one 'God 'save '.bur gracious King, llve'our noble King, v God gave the King] Sead- him; victorious, Happy and glorious, Ixmg to .reign over God save the Kinsj! choicest gifts in store On him be -pleased to pour, Long may lie reign. May he-.defend our laws, And; ever '-give us cause To sing with heart and voice God. -Our Dp-minion bless With, peace and huppiness From- Ehpre to shore; Ernpire be United, free, True to" herself and Thee For ''evermore! Henry Carey. Mrs. E. V- Dooley and little daughter left yesterday to: visit the former's par- SCHOOL _-. i j tile wage roll into the state insurance at -Canadian Soo. fund, which is managed by a com- mittee of three appointed by the gov-l erument. Th2 act is based on the principle that if accidents are made costly to the employers' they will in time practically eliminate themselves. Tb.3 act lools toward the "elimination oi. aec d.ntsTether ihan to the com'pc-n-j and is conss-} .Miss-Dorothy Glazier has returned cAitie.tly more hum n in charact-er than-frdm a trip to .Vancouver and other the legislation that preced-.coast cities. Seaman of the Imperial Bank staff left today; relieve at Fernie. v Miss May Payne, who has been vis- Iting friends in' Cowley, has returned of the first and best known old time families of Letlibridj'e, became the 'bride of Mr. Eugene A. Power, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Power of Dublin, Ireland. The bride looked rauiantly 'winsome, gowned Ju a handsome navy blue taffetta costume with .hat to m'atcli. She was attended by her cous- in, Miss Muriel MacLeod, who was daintily 'gowned in cream serge and chic white hat. The groom was sup- ported by' his brother; Mr, Thomas Power of Edmonton. Tbo ceremony the Ilev. Father Bidault, in the presence of only the Immediate families. After the .ceremony an informal re- ception 'was held'at the home of the bride's" which was profusely adorned with the season's blossoms, and where a host of friends of the bride and. groom gathered'to extend I congratulations and good wishes. Both [bride and. groom- popular, the latter being manager for some time of .the 'vv'estern Supply and Equipment Co. here, and 'later of the same company "at'Edmonton. Mr. .and Mrs. 'Power left on the af- ternoon train to "syend their honey- moon in Los Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, of London, Out., who were guests with-Mrs. J. B. Murray, left lor1 the east last night., 'I Mrs. V. E. Green has as her Mrs. C. 'W.. Calgary. Mrs. C. J. Ectstorm is spending a couple of da3rs in Calgary. Miss Marcella Lafferty of Leth- The act was passed "after four vear's A-'ailCJ (.v oi ijetil- oi. hard work m ..was bridge, who has been visitin- in thav Mrs. .Cochrane, recommeiided by Chief Justice Edmonton this week and sister, Miss Cochrane, of Moose of-.Appeals, and-is .where" she' will test legislation along'these i Mrs.J. H. Cheney will have as her This Book Might Save You The Cost of a New.-. Building AVE you ever heard of This principle applied to market gardening has result- ed in a fourfold increase ID yield, with a proportionate increase in "profits. Has it never occurred to you that the same principle might applied to YOUR OWN organization, whether it be manufacturing, jobbing OTIS-FENSOM ELEVATOR COMPANY 60_BAY ST., TORONTO Fill in and mail this or retailing? Many of Canada's most prominent business men owe eticceas to this very thing. Cultivate your available floor epace that every square foot may bo made to pfYxtac- s -refit This new Book, "The Eleva, tor, will show you how. Write for it to-day. It may eava vou toe cost of a new building by pointing the to a bettw ar- rangement of your present Qoot space. coupon now. while the idea is fresh in your mind. Don't put it off and forget. Tear it off NOW before you this page. Please-send me your Book. N, ame. I UNKNOWN MAN FOUND" Body Discovered at Medicine Body of Drowning Victim: Re- covered Clubs and Societies k GIRLS'A RESIDENTIAL" op THE HIGHEST-TYPE Vancouver, B.C. .V, {Unsurpassed Canada In Buildings, Equipment or gchools TUESDAY; September 8th. admission, appli- cations for, i9U-Io should be made at once. Calenaars _ j exists.: It: is; similar to the German! lair, than the British. Tne Conservatory- of .Music. examin-'j has been vlecturing results have just been received, J AV during-the few weeks-m are aslMlows: ,Thf clasf of An- -j-tiioin _ __ drew's church 'will meet at eight o'- clock tomorrow evening. St Andrew's CJms'tiau. Endeavor will meet tonight the'regular con- secration sen-ice. Medicino Hat, Alta., Aug. of an, unknown man was found at Police Point today. He apparenttyj had been dead four or five 'days. Noth- ing was on him by -which, identifica- tion could be made. The body of Arthur Holt, wno was drowned here some days" ago was foimd twenty miles down the river. jColumtia, and ;will visit'many' other i O'Hagan points in 'AiSerfca before returning to j Margaret McKillbp, May Young and the.east. that the work- Iczola Hardie i crs in .will' in time demand Mazwell cprnpensatica similar to the j Russell. Maxwell (honors) and Esther vr., Ontario law. Mr. Bancroft at- IBonneil, passed. tended the .annual convention of the The- above "were all Miss Pollock's Ccnsress at last year, and fcr her splen- ..fiW. ability as of piano. jjjggfcg jj" r _ u't- j wviiw Wi, auiiljaoiOU, .9U-lo should be made at once. Calenaars sent" on application to .E. .D. McLAREN, D.D., 8 ptanley. Court, B.C. man, Hr, Vis' well known in'with newspaper" circles in' '-beihga'i membtr of the- editorial staff of the Toronto .Star., r The -not attended, but those who" were j VPVIIP- tho into o-4-rt. 'T. J- -i CJ lie Xlll. v_______ __ iUi.uwjId.LG tnOUffn tJO HP i rp-a-M-' in T n T yea: had Deea operated on :this -ie, IQ mil. j. (j. Wflnf nf TI j 7- i 1Qot anu tnat tne operation .nad nrov- the Alberta Federation of succeEsM. The nature0? tte A Glinstiari Home and an .'effective school are combined For prospectus and R. t WARITER; M.A.; Oat. Raymond, August 4. Excitement throughout -.the south is great over the; critical situation in Europe, and the war-is the sole topic of eation streets; thet demand" was so great-.-.that lie Raymond: Leader, through special .theatre, arrangements with the Lcthbridge WaS crowGedi Daily Herald, posted bulletins every three hours., This service I O t Arl i 62 which LIKE FREE CANADA i- the boards were A V r -j-'aber Austnans Anxious to go Taber'' H v over .the Taber; coal leave to The annual picnic of the Christian ,church Sunday school will he held tc- Bailey, pupil j morrow afternoon at th'e river bottom, Miss Hawkey) passed- and Jean j just east'of the Power house. Those ;s passed wishing'conveyance to the river bot- tom are asked-to meet at the church, corner of-luigiitii. street and Third Av- between, three and half-past Lator, was present and spoke brief- r ly. country and ;are eager 'home. One lone German" is came man' o'H of -the window 61 There are: about twentv in Haymond, and they are hourly! awaiting orders to join the ranks. Ifcl is that.' Captain Ot ..iraPTtltih' ftnrl escape B. C. Government Considers of Town of Hosmer B. C., Aug. Hos- mer mass meeting was attended- by practically ail the remaining; resi- d nts. The speakers were Hon.-W. R. Ross, and of replied fcr the chairman vice. PICTURE 5UTTE NOTES CuttinS grain, commenced on Friday Kendall. No Canadian Pa- cific Rcilway ollciais were -present: The ;11 .resolutions pravipusly pass- ed wr re dealt with ay.far: as-con- sistent by Mr. ROES. He stated that frei residents and Edmonton Journal: .Lieutenant-Gov- ernor Eulyea had_ a Trire_today. from .Those come then, Miss Babbitt at Rochester, Minn., time dur- ing the afternoon .or evening. Anyone who would like to enjoy an little lunch or some operation was not stated. outing is just bring a fruit, and cups. POWEB-FREIBMAN The Central W. C. T. U. met in .St. Patrick s chapel was the scene special session at Mrs. R. Needs' yes- of a guiet but very; pretty, wedding at terday aiternoon and decided to hold three o'clock this; afternoon, when Another pantry sale at the c ty mar- Ruth Marguerite, eldest -daughter, of kef''on.Friday next. He Pinclier Creek, Aug. Cole- firmstion.of the report that the loop district eaginser for the Cana- jo be built this. iall._.and a C; i Pacific Railway; has been re- J' station at Pbcher ..u I.T. 'i." j j .LT: 'Cress, nut nothing official can be oh- in the neighborhood during the except thlt something is To cays. 0-t Monday some C. be done. It has always been ma'n- jo, P. tn-inccr was at Maunsell, four tained that the C. P. R. -nrould "bo of Magrath; and -Major of fanners wlio'were fortun-! procure a spccfal xulinc" bv rait' iuui- tamuu iaat tne r. K. would bo Cardston, Jiaye received, ?te '.enough to escape the cutworm's I same if J- OI Aftat.IOR the first railroad into Pincher Creek, r ".cutting.- b, aine' u o-er tne ground line that as the trade is too valuable to lose prepare for home service also has about three I re-i The Sunday school picnic took place ser, :sts, yet they down on the Litfie Bow and rcc. lied Borders-to join the colors. attended by X ?arse7 crowd" from Springs. copntry is- strongly British, .and .Picture Butte fanners are busy on should a-call be made, hun-dreils tfae land. would rush to enlist. Last night the; Secular school reopens this week, tension was great. Crowds .waited I much .to the delight of the parents, until-eleven.1 o'clock for the announce-! 'Mr. Kpepke is home for a short spell ment the formal declaration 'of' helping Loademup .fjn'.cK the repairs war. Balletins thrown on the to his house. and act as Indigestion, bilioQsnesa, longcu' eufferiog aad expose" yon ____ Were Not On Hjand gsssfesae of such a: rdCosuri: The re for.the refund of 'OCO, by; the government" as the result of an auction sale of TToo- Ir.ts, he did not good business and was ur.wiliing to estab- a -n_ Tt ro_ Doubtless the construction: of the s tn Prnclicr built. .Your cor- Western Dominion will stir the old and if i has to get con- company to action.; f j Piping: that they, Winnipeg, license! cable from London; prefer- _. has not confirmed, has been re- EV W" I on the excnar.gc here __.v. A big naval battle is being fought j .felt. ?ife .in; [today in the North-Sea off Flambor-l re, ueslod rdn'state'nient of the tdiicatictiil .department" appropna- -which' had been whsi ithe report -oi "the 'peraia- cent clrsing. pf tlic tele from Dr. pro_ st: ting tiat the -fatter was now. adjustad satisfactorily the citizens. ,..v resolutions Rr ss' pw iice. Rot-son criti- ciz-ng his .attitude rela- tive to the cosh rcCund. meeting was: unexpectedly free from dc-tionstrstionV consideritig tho te s> tovflrd the'railway com- pany, the citucns laying the 'biama {for their, asnihilatoa on tuem en- I tlrely. :A ;since early morning, was of the St. John's -ami Orders were is- men in the Flamborough remain at their posts to! care for the in the event of a British fleet being engaged. French German and English fleets have teen' reported manpeuvering in the North Sea. ;-'v To EUROPE From From llontreal From Glasgo Saturday. SAILINGS Aug. 15.....Cassandra...." Aug. Aug. 29.....'.Ather.ia. Sept One class- (II.) cabin and y class carried. All steamers and up to date. H. E. LIDMAN, Genera! Agent 349 Main Street, RELATIVE" OF LORD BERESFORD DROWMED CiLN. R. CANCELS LARGE ORDER Torkton, Safik., Aug. J. Bereu- .amJltoa, Ont, Aug. was an- teller in the Union Bank at Bu- flounced today that the C. N. R. hasjciianan, Sask., and a relative of Lord cancelled a large order for rolling Qharles .was drowned in stock tnat had been placed with the ktevil's Lake, thirty miles north ot Canadian National Steel Car Co. Ulre. One of tlie Most of beverages. Western Canada's most popular Tea. Yon try it Send this Advertisement with 25 cents to Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Writs name and plainly. Victorian sailed this morning with 13 naval re- servists for the Old Country There were in addition several men who aro going back to Great Britain On their own responsibility to enlist. to the strict poiice guard along the" wat3r, front, the crowds were kept, away and there vas no enthusiasm the steamer left. The situation is unchanged here The local militia held parades last night, watched "by a crowd along the I itreets estimated at ;