Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday, August CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Acadia Block FAIR-WEEK SPECIALS Shopping Headquarters for Out-of-Town Women During the Fair Women visiting the Fair will find this store a ccol and comfortable resting place, a convenient meet- ing place, and a most profitable shopping place. Come in. look'round. Every convenience we have is at your disposal. Make this store your headquarters; leave your par- eels for us to look after; use us in any way which will be of service to you. And this without any Obligation whatever to Buy unless you feel so disposed Edited by Phone 1052 But in case you are on a shopping tour we beg to re- mind you chat we carry the most complete stock of dry- t goods anil ladies' wear-things in Southern Alberts; that everything in this new store is brand new, and strictly up- to-date; and that our Fair Week prices are most inter- esting features of this SPECIALS IN HOSIERY. SPECIALS IN UNDERWEAR. SPECIALS f.N GLOVES. SPECIALS IN CORSETS. SPECIALS IN RIBBONS. SPECIALS IN WAISTS. SPECIALS IN COMBS. SPECIALS IN NECKWEAR. EARLY SHOWING OF FALL SUITS Special display for out- of-town customers, fea- turing the very newest styl- es to be sliown this season. Big assortments to choose from SPECIALS IN DRESS GOODS. SPECIALS IN MUSLINS. SPECIALS IN TOWELS. SPECIALS IN SUITINGS. SPECIALS IN WHITEWEAR. SPECIALS IN WOOL DRESSES. SPECIALS IN UNDERSKIRTS. SPECIALS IN HAND BAGS. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL PERSONAL A special from Rome to the Petit Kepublique says that the hostility of the royal family toward the marriage of the Duke of Abruzzi and Miss K. Klklns. daughter of Senator Elkins of Virginia, has been withdrawn and that the official announcement, of their engagement wjll bo jnado shortly. Mr. Wiseman, of the Bank of Nova Scotia, Calgary, was the guest of his sister. Miss Wiseman and Mrs. E. A. Sharman over the week-end. The engagement of Miss Russell, daughter of Mrs. T. G. Russell, Mont- real, to Mr. G. P. Worsley. of the Bank of Montreal. Vancouver, son of Col. Worsley, Halifax, is announced. The marriage is to take place in the aut- umn. y, S. B. Woods, ex-deputy attorney- general of Al-berta, who went to Eng- land to appear before the privy coun- cil in London, Eng., on behalf of the Province of Alberta vs. the C.P.R.. passed through Calgary from the east at an early hour yesterday to visit i his family. are summering at I Bowen Island, Vancouver. j Miss Kathleen Southard has return- ed from a visit to Dakota. ___ Health Never Falls to Restore Gray Hair to its Natural Color and Beauty. No matter how long- it been gray or faded. Promotes a luxuriant growth of healthy hair. Positively removes Dan4ruii. Keeps hair soft and glossy. "Will not soil akin orlinen. Willnotinjure your hair. .Can be used without detection. Is not a dye. Send 2c for txjoks "The Cafe of the Hair and Skin." Philo Hay Spec. Co., Newark, N. J., U.S. A., and Toronto, Con. ilEFUSS ALL SUBSTITUTES v2 and SGc. battles, at For table I purity and wonderfully "fresh" make OFFICERS OF SUPREME LODGE Pylhians at Milwaukee-The Membership Continues to Grow Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. events to-day occupied the attention of the Knights of Pythias grand en- BOY AND BOTTLES cair.pment and supreme lodge conven- election of officers and the competitive drill out at Camp Henry Parrish Brown. Vice Chancellor George M. Hanson, of Maine, was elected to the supreme chancellorship. It was only after a long session and at the conclusion of four ballots that the contest for BIG LUMBER FIRE AT RAINY RIVER Rainy River, Ont., Aug. S. The 4____......._ large lumber shed oi the Rainy River'1-I- Spearing, Shreveport, La. Lumber Co., -with its contents, in-! Supreme master of cluuing the surrounding platforms and i mas D- Meares, Wilmington, N.C. CAUSED TROUBLE Neighbors' Differences Settled in Police _ Court j The trial took place in the police Thomas J. Carling of Macon, G-., was elected over B. S. Young Of Ohio and Benjamin I. Sallinger Of Iowa. Other officers elected are Supreme keeper of records and seal E. Wheaton, Minneapolis. 4 Supreme Rev. Joseph five C.N.R. box-cars, utterly consumed by fire last night. The origin of fire is unknown, the watchman having passed through twenty minutes -previous to the first Supreme-master of Horton, St. Thomas. Ont. Supreme inner A. Drachman, Arizona. Supreme outer M. Wad's- _ Inspector West, J.P., Of Maurice 'Muscovitch, charged with attempted assault upon Mrs. Peffler. of this city. J. J. Cam- eron appeared for the plaintiff. On the evening of July 20th about ten o'clock Muscovitch and Mrs. Peff-. ler incidentally met on Coutts Street. at a A home couple ill 4J w S25toS35 FIRST SHOWING OF KNIT GOODS Pall golfers in lono- c and short the proper kind of garments for cool evening wear. Very mf dressy, sho-wn in all colors S2.50 to S8.50 j I Saturday, August 6th, a quiet wed- i ding took .place. at the Jhomestead of Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Milk River, when the marriage of their son, John Thomas, with Marj Nieholls Allardice. was solemnized. At three o'clock the -bride and .bridegroom in the presence of their immediate families pledged their troth either to the other, whereupon their pastor, the Rev. A. Clemens, pronounced them man and wife. After the ceremony all partook of the bounties of the ta- ble so completely provided. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will make their home in Sunny Southern Alberta and pro- j pose' to make their homestead blossom as the rose. Their friends wish them the riches of life's fellowship. outbreak at the end of the shed. The [worth, Philadelphia'. splendid water plant just completed, j Members of board Of control insur- gave good pressure indeed and was a ance department-George A. Bangs, material factor in saving the adjac- ent lumber piles of' the Rainy River Grand Forks, N.D., and W. J. Duval, Kansas. P.0' Fred E. supreme: taper ol de Van's French Female Pills A reliable regulator, never fails. While these pills are exceedingly powerful in regulating the generating portion of th female system, they are strictly safe to nse. Refuse all cheap imitations. Dr. de Van's are sold at ?5.00 a box. Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., SL Catharines.. Ont. For sale by all druggists. UNIVERSITY IS GOING TO VICTORIA A DRASTIC LAWS GEORGIA Victoria, Aug. is re- ported here that the report of the university commission recently many points i: lumbia. has recommended this city as the site of the pro- posed universitv. WILL ESTABLISH LABOR AGENCY THE BURGOMASTER "The a musical com- edy in a new dress, thanks to Gus C. Weinburg, who. by the way. will-be seen in his original part of Peter Stuyvesant the Burgomaster of New Amsterdam, will 'be i-ne strong attrac- j tion at the Majestic next Aug. 16 and 17. The book has been slightly alter- ed, to better it. the dialogue bright- ened up. and dancing numbers all gone over and several new ones in- troduced: many catchy, lilting, wMs- j tleable songs interpolated, while all the original hits have been retained. The costuming, re-arranging and a genera! complete, renovation will be noted. Mr. Weinburg will be support- and the town itself. The extensive fire apparatus' of the lumber companies and civic fire department were records and seal, in his biennial re- port to the supreme lodge' dwelt on the growth of the order since it was of days prior to this, according to the evidence given, Mrs. Pettier had talk- ed rather threateningly to one of Mus- covitch's children when that boy had found in Mr. Peffler's back yard In quest of empty bottles. The young- lad acquainted his father of Mrs. Peffior's attitude on that pariicuiitf deeaslon, .and-" when on the evening of July f-JUv'these two chanc- ed to meet in the satne house, their conversation' turned to'the little epi- sode .of a couple of days' previous. Their words grew angry and accord- ing >to evidence sworn to by Mrs. ing and, the fire across the river on the Internation- al boundary promptly came to res- cue, being on the ground within fif- teen minutes of the first alarm, the united efforts confining the fire to the dry kiln and shed. The lumber stack- ed in the sheds is still burning and tv-ill take some yet to burn out. The company's loss will he heavy, about a hundred thousand dollars, partially covered by insurance. Great credit is due Beaudette for its rapid arrival and effective assistance. organized membership is there were only three subordinate lodges and seventy-eight members. Pythian lodges are established in Alaska, China, Cuba, and the Philip- pines. There are also six lodges in Hawaii. Mr. Wheaton suggested that Australia and New Zealand be culti- vated. The Government has sent -armed police-men to "La Tugue, Que., to en-l "orce the law prohibiting the sale of j iquor within five miles of the G.T. construction line. NOTICE The Herald will be issued early to-morrow and Thurs- day, to enable its employees to take in the fair. Peffler and borne out by another.' the accused had risen from his chair and was in the act of picking it up to In 1864 strike the woman when a gentleman, interfered. Threatening words were used Tint no serious harm resulted. The defendant swore he did not at- tempt assault, but the evidence to the contrary was too strong against him. Accused was convicted, and fined ?2 and costs and in default of pay- ment seven days' imprisonment with, hard labor. Muscovitch was further bound over to keep the peace for twelve months, on his own surety of and a surety of a similar amount from another party. In buying a cough medicine, dont be afraid to get Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it.. and relief is sure to follow. Especial- ly recommended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold by all druggists. Legislation Makes It Il- legal to Bet, on Elec- j tions or to Lobby j Atlanta., Ga., Aug. on! elections became illegal in GeondaJ today when Governor Brown sismed i the betting bill just passed bv islatare. The house passed" an anil lobbying bill which now g0es to th-l Columbia Vancouver, Aug. battle royal ivolving the right of the Canadian bill, the penalty for violation of! Northern Railway to build i is imprisonment for .from one I a portion of the rfahi of uV Of! to twenty years. The measure has yetj the Canadian Pacific riiway, i rangements to this End The special meeting ot the Trades land Labor Council, held on Sunday niornins: to fu'lv consider Thp pcfah I a tonsiuer tne estab-jed by a company of fifcy people -m. jiisnmcnt 3 irom eleven oeiocK un-i one nnnan uppOSIBg C. ft. R. til two, when -3. motion was put and! hundred People ti ni T n carried to the effect that an emplov-1 Flans In British Xewtoa Beers- w as members of unionsThe lerter ior a number of men. which Chief of A Oiice Gillespic- had forwarded to to pass the senate. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. opened 104 closed 105; Dec. opened closed! Cash closed 1 Xor. 2 2 Xor. 102. j _ MONTREAL STOCKS Montreal, Aug. move heavily and there is spread among issues. Small price chancre. Detroit, Pacific opened and went 189% Quebec, 41 1-4: Soo steady at 129 5-S; Steel corporation gained 1-2 to 5-S; Scotia. S4 1-2- Ce-i ment, IS 1-2; Preferred, SO. j banks of the Fraser and the j Thompson River canyons, is impend- j ing. It will .be fought out here be- j lore the board of railway j ers ai its first sitting here on Sept. 5. Eminent counsel has been retain- ed -by both sides. I The Canadian Pacific Railway has! c-ntered a general protest against the: application of Messrs. McKenzie and! Mann, for approval of the route of the i Canadian Xorthern Railway at two; different points. The first is for a I seven mile section of the Thompson! river that he had with the ;e Ledger who had informed him that the firm in question was perfect- ly honorable, and that they should; have no hesitation in sending the men required. j A committec'-of twelve was elected! to arrange details in connection with the establishment of a bureau. Itj met last night and it is understood! that the report they decided on calls! for the immediate creation of the iluding the purchase of a! license I the entertainment. Mr. Beers impersonated no jess than fourteen characters, me play being- composed of four acts ana sire scenes. He recited the whole from memory, ift of being so able his voice and enable him to differ- the various personalities, he backs up with a voice of able range and resonance' and a rare pantomlnic skill. The entertainmer was given under the auspices of Vir duct Lodge Xo. 53, I. 0. O. F. CHARGES AGAINST RAILWAY PROVEN "New York Stocks stretch on the Fraser river. In its protest to the rail' the Canadian Pacific Railway declares i that the approval of the application! right of way in the disputed sections! referred to, will involve danger to that advertisements be published call- New York, Aug. line- The Canadian North-'___ ness in the stock market was neglect-: ern has "s route adjacent, but' the City Hospital to be suffering from hydrophobia. ed in the excitement of the news of j belovr the srade of Mayor Gaynor's assassination. Prices', rn bill of particulars the Can-, moved sluggishly and irregularly with I Pacific says in the first place j small gains' the more numerous. Can-i that there is not sufficient room for! adian Pacific advanced 2 1-8 on the i two parellel lines on the precipitous i dividend increase. Pittsburg C. of the two rivers. It is point older ime. Some ladies always look young of them use and St. Louis rose 1.1-2 and Northern [Pacific Copper declined 3-4. NEW GROCERY Carrying a Full Line of Groceries, Teas, Coffees, Fruits and Tobaccos THE SUE WOO CHANG CO. JOE FONG (Manager) Baroness Ar- lington .Hotel ed out that the building, of the Can- adian Northern grade will seriously menace the safety of the other com- pany's road 'bed and that the older company when removing rock slides would -be compelled in any event to dump the rocky .boulders below onto the tracks of the other road, there be- ing no other method'of getting rid of the hundreds of tons of rocks that fell out at certain periods of t.he year. Washington experts find the cat to be a dangerous spreader ot -disease, and may soon, require cat licenses. FACE CREAM A quarter buys a big jar of it. It soothes the skin and keeps the complexion dear and is not greasy. AU. LETHBR1DOE Sanaa, Aug. the case of the thirteen charges against the Grand Trunk by Inspector Herbert ior vio- lating the immigration laws, evidence was taken up to one o'clock Satur- day night, when a verdict was ren- dered imposing a fine of and costs in each case. The evidence showec that, the men had been supplied with the money necessary to enable each to show to the immigration of- ficers at Sarnia, and gave receipts at Port Huron tunnel station. The mon- ey was paid back by the mea at the Sarnia station after they had been passed by the immigration inspector Out of fourteen cases included in the matter the inspector secured the ar- rest of thirteen, and the fourteenth, one Ogle Thorpe, .has not been secur- ed. In view of the fact that the men had been under-arrest for three days, they were allowed to go on suspended sentence and were escorted out of the country by the immigration officers. John Roberts and Joseph Stead- raan, two prisoners at Ixmdon, Out., made their escape from the County Jail. Regular for Special value tor Best make 524 for A big leader, 512.00 for A winner, for Big Value, for Stee! Range (Guar.) for 2 Burner Gasoline Stove S-5.50 for A.. Cook Stove, best make, S27.50 for Cook Stove best baker 324.50___ 2-Hole for laundry work. Put one in your basement and do your washing down stairs. Price onlv SPECIALS Flanelette White or Gre Big Size For Cotne With the Crowd to Meltzer's OH, YOU VISITORS! This is your time to save money; Come and buy Furniture, Stoves, Graniteware; Baby Carriages and Toilet Sets at unheard-of prices Tell your friends to meet you at Meltzer's Furniture Store The Meltzer Furniture Co. Being sold out by the A Co. We Do the Business, Others Try Look for the windows Look for the signs. We will look for you.