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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesdrly, Aug. 8. I. rfr ri in; M'-Ti DAILY EDITED BY "INO" Office Phone 1224. Residence Phone: 1157 "Like a plank o[ driftwood, toss-! assist.. A supper party at tlic rosi- ilniim oi Miss Orillitlis tomorrow theatre" parly. Wednesday cv. cd oil tlic watery main 'Another: plank I'ncoiintm I otu Jilt's, parts again So, iMJjttiig and parting ever, lifers iiimiKting -sen, Men mlH't, and greet, and sever, part ingV eternally." lening, n motor trip to tlie country n" on Thursilny and a dance at. Al liar on Friday will comprise the re maitulcr uf tbe program. 'I'hose ii the city lot- the event are Dr. Ma- son, l.c't-hhridge I.. and Miss) Innthe Ilardic returned 1 Mines, Llov-dniinster Mrs. "lay (Rim a visit in Calgary and P'igli j Loans, Miss Wink, T. Kvr.rard and j stownrl, Medicine Hat; .1. M. IKinncar and M. R. liny, .Slriitlicona; Mrs.i Ben .I'ames is entertaining at jvss llavic.s, Miss Seymour, A.. K. the iioiir in honor of Mrs. trr anil'lRT guests. Xnsli and A. M. Dickens, Kdmonton Mrs. Allan and Mrs. Shaw, Macleod; 'Miss K. Ooodwyn and K. Goudw'yn, Miss Vfcna Tiles, ot Lcthhridgc, is Winnipeg Mrs. iwith Miss Viva Irwin, 210 X. Poikinghornc A. I'. Welsh, Miss II. .1. Hoc, 0. II. .Twelfth'A ve., Calgary AllierUn. Noton, Millnrvillc S. Wangle, -'okotoks; nl r. II. I.. Sey- and Mrs. McMillen and moiir and Mrs. Ciasirell, lied Deer; Miss 1'lilda are visiting In .Calgary Xauior Smith, Daymoml G. Ii. OSds this week. .Smith, Spring Coulee1, and 0. B. Gnrrctl, Crnatirook, Airland.-11 rs-Xtoiln of On- Albcrtan. tariQ, aire at the lionit of their diugutcr, J'lfs, S U Good, f31, The Knights of Pythias Hall was Burdcll sfrect tlic scene 'of much splendor last cve.n- when Senator and Mrs. lie Vencr cth- formally introduced to tlicir friends of the T Uljdv School and Mrs only daughter, Miss JVirion. Hh'd Ittjlc ipn, spent spirnl The (tabiitiintc, dainty in her girl- il Ban51rlast ueeV at tile lsji frock of gray crepe dc clicne, Mount Fioyal, leaving Saturday for J promises to he as popular in Leth- Calgiiry Herald. j bridge society as her mother, who received her guests in "IN WYOMING" AT THE MAJESTIC It would not ho nn exaggeration of j the truth to say ttmt no play fol- lowed with greater interest by thu audience; tlimi was "In Wyoming" tho Majestic last evening. If any fuull could be found ft-was perlmps In the last act, lylilch savored somewhat of tniyi-comody. Thin did not, how- ever, lake away from the good imprcs- .Ion made, and the price fully merited Its description, "An Idy- of tho West- ern Plains." There was an ulr of reality throughout rind though the villain his due, an.1 the happy lov- ers were united in tho old conventional way, there was enough novelty to make tlie performance really enter- talnlng. Tlie characters were not overdrawn; they filled'the picture, and 'ore those which one would ex- pect lo nee among tho scenes In which i he story la told. Ilonce fts charm. A delightful couple aro Olive 'Dnlfoy and his ife, with an appreciation for ono another, a SOIIHO of humor, and u ITS PURE DECLINE SUBSTITUTES FARMEPfAVOR i AGREEMENT Pincher Creek U. F. A. Hasn't Altered Views on Reciprocity Pincher ('reek, Aug. meeting of tile 1.'. A., Pincher Creek llriuich, in the King Kd- ward Hotel on Saturday last, lo con- sider action should he taken during' the coming election. There was a good attendance and grent in- j trrest taken during the proceedings. _ The ..secretary .submitted an import-, anl resolulion, which after discussion ivas carried hy large majorities, tlie following members taking part "10. Cox, I.. Sta'unton, S. I.unn, R. K.'l was instantly killed A- Moiwt, T. Newman, R. WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE P.e'iO seriouslv iniurcd vYaildell, H. YV. McDonald, Fran- unl; the clifi) house, Miss Wolley-Dodd' smith, A. Xaismfth, Fred Downer, find Miss receiving. Miss Harnslcy, liiginhotham, Wyati, Xcw- Lee, Sparrow and Miss Slater combe, Christie, Marfindale, sssisted. Laurie, Morrow, TI. Henderson, Frec- This" a garden party will j man, Harris, Kelly. ,Pcarce, Rose, given atAlhe residence of Senator 'Dawson, Jloss Xethhridgc, A. R. :ie caused by a gmilh, ior stealing and sclljn, tile PS- _ cape she had from 'being burned to Heath in the house had it not been lor the heroic work of her sister's lover and numerous other thrillin scenes that would Petrillo and F. Wingrovc for carry- ing eqncealed weapons. Frnnk Stcrlekalli and .lerrj: Sntet- were siiflucatpd to death hy a maite the Jiair cavc-in in Xl1 sfiali 61 the Spruce Xethhridgc, Mrs. ai which Mrs. lurch, H. Conybeare, Mr. and Mrs. F. .iN'orman Lofighocd will be the hostess. jE. Mason, Miss Mason, Dr. Duff and Samson and Mrs. McMahon willjy-r. Scarth. Mrs. THE GREAT Bought-Out Sale 01 ttbc llacclonald.sr.ook still continues. Bar- griiHS are being offered daily .to clear out, tho x Men's Wear Dry "Goods, Carpet etc. The be cleared out, v'thisunonth to make.iroom for new slock to ar- rivo 1st September. Rylands Co. Macdonald Block stand on your head, makes this at Evelith near Dtihitli. A lan tho best pictures ever shown in tlio city. The comedy last night, entitled, "The Advantages of Keeping a was a laugh every minute, amusing IioUi old and young. This was fol- lowed by ii beautiful Imp. production, gang pf men worK'otj desperately to rescue theni! J. ('has. A. Love, manager of the Im- perial Hank at St. Thomas, Ont., SOCIALIST AUTHOR GETS INSPIRATION 'ON RQCKPILE Upton Sinclair- Sentenced for Eigh- teen Hours-for Breaking Sun- day Law Wilmington, Del.', Aug. Sinclnir and his followers from ihn single (H.Y colony al'Arden, who were sentenced last night to IS Hours' 'imprisonment' in the New Cas-! lie county vvorkiionse Tor violating! the Sunday lilnc law by indulging in j sports, nore released at 3 o'clock this aitmioon. Sinclair, and all his companions spent seven, hours today working on the prison slone pile. They labored ns hard as 40 other white and negro convicts. Tin: socialist -author had lots to say in condemnation of the work- house. He. and his followers rettirii- :l to the colony nt Arden this evcn- dicri from ilm pffpcts of a sunstroke, ing, where they were greeted as hcr- John Ahercrombic, proprietor of a n, conFMlioiiarv store at Bcinliiji Minn entitled "The Crippled Teddy j0t a- rortilnr J showing how a man's kindness, wa returned. Vic Turner sang -a beau- tiful ballad, "The Ideal of My Dreams" which was greeted with a thunderous outburst of applause. This program will be repented again tonight for lest time and should not be missed hy anyone.' Don't mfss the 'biir fire scene tonight. g0t a- through THE FLOWER OF THE RANCH" Tiio fascinating little! actress. Miss Hetty Caldwell, is playing the part of in Joseph E. Howard's western musical comedy "The Flower of tlie coming to the Majestic .Monday nlglil, August H. Misa .Cald- well, who is a half-breed Indian, her mother being a fnll-blooti Sionx, is a model frontier girl in this ideal musi- cal comedy with the scenes laid in Ihe foothills of California. From her very first entrnnce, when she rushes upon the stage in her little buckskin dress, she wins her audience almost Instantly. She is the type of girl that theatregoers like in a part, filled' with g lot of rattling good songs, dancing nnmhcrs, and her comedy is refreshing. Miss Caldwell does not overact, but plays the part with a naturftlnesH that makes you feel that yon are out on the plains with her where all are happy find carefree. Khe is young and hns a simp and dash about her work, ever on tbe move, a liulo crentnre, ylolnjf (ho unoxiHicted all tlnioi. seeing an advertisement asking the. relatives of Sarah A. Parker Uplon Sinclair nil through night lay on. the stone floor of SPECIAL DISPLAY of CARPETS 'Alia! ono. who led a. fortune of REPORT OF BATTLE. FOUGHT IN'PERSIA London, Aug. cd liere lod.iy from Teheran say tlie rumors 'iwc in circulation lii'at a battle .hail been fought hatwcen.the government troops and the forces ol Hie former Snail, Mohammed AM Mir- No confirmation of the minors was available. for j steel cell without a blanket. He could his not sleep. The surroundings oi the jail and tlic moans of the other 337 prisoners inspired .him to compose poom. lleUveen tlie loads ,ir ,ii, that he dumped from a wheel harrow i into- a ,crusher' and when (he guards! were not looking lie wrote the words, j a line at a lime. The lines air de-' scriptivc of a night in jail, and are I entitled "The Menagerie." The presence of what. Sinclair (erm- Over one thousand sick men, wo- men and .children left Montreal for the' shrine of .St.. Anne de Bcanpre, in search, of health. Soup Without HULBROOKS UINE WORCESTERS SAUCE GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE I. Un n Imported Absolutely! I ed "foul vermin" on the. col thnt his cellmiitc'and single occupied suggested name. lax the companion circus-like NIOBE SAILED Halifax-, Aug. Kiobe started on her way to Halifax this evenins, being towed by a number of luge. She is expected to reach Halifax To- morrow nt noon. BRYAN HAS NOT A GHOST OF A SHOW Aug. a straw vote taken by the Democrats in both houses, not one favored William Jen- nings Drvnn for the presidential nom- ination In 1912. Governor Woodrow Wilson of N'ow led with lii. Governor .Indson Harmon of Ohio ixt with 35. flrirt Speaker Clnimp Clark next with 26. At the Bay Whenever the question of Carpets for the home crops up, the name Wilton 'alwayt to geit all that good, both in QUALITY and EFFECT. We are now offering this well known make of carpet in bordered Rugi at pricei before unheard of. The, colorings of these rugs are exquisite soft of brown and nreen, also in beautiful Persian Rug that (s. eminently suitable for the Dining Room or Parlor. Size 9 ft 0 in x 12 ft 0 in Price 8 ft 3 in x 10 ft 6 in J 9ftOinx 10 ft 6 in 6 ft 9 in x 9 ft 0 in Forget- also hold the most extensive stock of Bcd- i-ooni Cnrpets and Linoleums in tin- THE Hudson's Bay Stores Xan.io thnf slnncls for ;