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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August 10, 19.12. f HE LEIUBIUDGE DAILY HERALD 11. Proven Quality, When choosing silverware Jtt labotljccoimniy.undsatisfac- i (ton (9 purchfc Tins brand, known ai ranks first in quality and Ima been beat for over 60 yenvs, Made in (lie j ;hcjiviost grade of plate, t Sold by Leadlnfl AND DISTRICT, .Start Surfacing Streets Tho; plant for th.o.Klpso -Paving Co. yeslorduy from Denvqr, rind work on surfacing the streets on bnee has nlready been laid ;'b'o started next week, Official Here 'lioiierl's. who is connected svith tlie commercial department of tlie, provincial telephone system ut Ed- luontoji, is In the city todaj on bus- iness' nt .tlio district commercial of- lico of the. system. Two -More Cars Arrive Two .additional cars for the street J s> stem tn i h ed this raorn- iiis "siu'd the' remaining1 two will likely arrive early in the week. The C. P. Jl that the niotoi gonerator at me tins EDITED BY "INQ" PHONES: Offic., 1224 fUiUenct 111i Arthur'bncV'U'om'a huli- dtiy trip to the coast. .h Robertson.awl wife have "re- turned Irom theif trip to "tho old country. Professor J-.M. Miller, of Hobert- scm uollugu, liMmouton, is tho 'guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Irving. Mass Ada illackmore of Fort Houge, Winnipeg, is tho bouse guest of Mrs. H. W. Mcccli, FiHcenth St., south. The Cricket Club and Ihcir 6pponents in this afternoon's cricket match, the hankers, were'the guests at tea of the Lcthbridgo 'I'en- nis Club. .High Uivcr Times: Miss..Urchj. of Monarch, Alta., and Miss Dennis, of Mr. mid Mrs. T. II. Scolt at 2.30 Monday afternoon when thi-ir sister, Miss KtlicI McCraa. of Maclcod, was united in hmrriugo to Mr, Clifford Cliurcii, also of Macleod. The house was artistically decorated with cut flowers and ferns, and the ceremony was performed under an arch ot car-r nations and smilax in the drawing room. Rev. W. W. Aitchison read the service, only members of the im- mediate family liuing present. Little .Margaret RIcCrea and Kathleen Scuil acted as (lower girls. Mr. find. Mrs Cliurch left Hfonday evening for Hal- cyon, B. C., on short honevmiion They will he at liome to their friends after August 20th, at Mack-oil, Calgary News-Telegram: One of the most beautiful weddings oE the season was celebrated on Tuesdav August Gill, at 8 a.m., when Miss Valeca MacSwain, daughter of the late John MacSwain. of Charlotte' Calgary, are visiting at the P. E. I., became the wife ,ol iome.of Mrs. W. E. G. Holmes: .Wanted' at Butte Word ha S; been icceived by the city police that Andrew T. 'McGregor, who committed for trial only a few ilija Ago on forgery charges !a -ft ant- ed ih'' Butte, Mont., L McGregoi here, represent ed lilmselt as being a jlclj mining uiaii; 'from Butte. Lay Ven Off? Txeit week -'00 or 300 men been employed hi the city all >ear o'ii municipal contracts, will be laid off, and most of them will cither ilnd 'work in the mines or in the har- Test field Ready for Fair The jntersections for the street ni suiy for tho ci casing at 13th St. N., have arrived" and will be put in place during the' riext week so that oue'car at least may be put on' the line to provide ser- vice'during week. Surv.ey for. Gravity System City 'Engineer Blanchard stated ibis iqormngi that a survey .party would shortly "start the survey the line fpr the- gravity wator syateiu, as ordered byy.the council some time ago.' Most of .the citk worX has now .plated, ,-and -the--surveyors have little more work hi the city, this year. v Parks Imprass Him E. ibrvRi chardson, manager, of tlie Calgary industrial "Exhibition, Ig -in 1 hoTicity taflay1'-with Ohasr- Hdtclikiea; of Edmonton. Mr. -Richardson r has not .visited. Jjothbridge since last tall, tho wp.nderful tratisfprin.atioii of G.alt and Henderson that time. "Stores 'on 13th' Street Thirteenth Street N., Is steadily building will soon be. one'of -streets m the city Thiee fiew brick stores are in course of construction there at present The Wilson Furniture awarded contract to E. Forsemun- for a'brick :A. Pearson is erecting a 16000 storo foi ono of Lethbrldges H... Bergmanu baa alio commencod excavation foi a flne '-'.i At North Fork, Alia., on Thursday, Rev; Dr. Hay, Cowley, liaricas- ftjrshife, ,Eng., was; married to Thomas Mrs..'Christie and daughter Clara, who have been visiting Mr. and TV'S. Tetterly.for the'past ten' days; ,.bIacK "at Completed her vo felt this tlmic- She b} Her s, Mr. W. J. Kyle, of Rcdrcrs, Sask- Tlie ceremony was performed in the Sacred Heart church by the Rev Father Nelz. The bride, who. was given away by her brother, Mr. MacSwain, of Lethbridge, looked charming in a gown of ivory satin, draped with cream Maltese, lace and trimmed with rose point. A large To Gat Ridsrs 'niauager of the Stam- bsdfl, to be lield in CiJgary duri IB the first week in (September, acconi- unied by Mrs. Weadich, went south ifi'T-tilbraiing-to visit -various pointsr the -Weatern. States for a few days iuriiiff Tvlilch he will make arrango- Jnenfs for the appaarance of some oE Ihe riders of the old ranges at 'big-coivboy tourney. Mr. Wead- jclc-isugreatly pleased with the suc- which has attended the efforts [he management of the Stampede iiid beliex os it w ill become a evont in Albertnt f i Tlie engagement is announced ol Mr. Charles Robert Scott, of the In- ternational Banking Corporation Lon- don.-and Mrs. Ripley, daughter of the late Henry B. Hyde, Founder of the Equitable Life Assurance Society. Mrs. Hipley is the widow of Sidney- Dillon Ripley. The King has appointed Sir H. H. Pellatt, LieutenantrGovernor Lange- Quebec; Major'Hodgetts anil Daniel 'Wilkie, the banker, knights'of j grace of the Order of ics Mount Stephen, Tilley, Drum-! mpnd, Mrs. Samuel Nordheimer and Madame Beique are made ladies jrace oi ttho same order. "A large number of English peqple are going to. .Canada tins summer for ;heir holidays. On the Mauretania which leaves Liverpool Njew York ioday will be the Duke and Duchess of Sutherland, Lord Alistair Leveson- jrower, Lady Rosemary .Levcson-Gow- er, Sir Philip Sa'ssoon, M.P., F. E. Smith, K.C., M.P., Ernest Craig, M. P. and Mrs. most of whom are going'on to Canada. Oh invitation of Premier Murray of Nova Scotia, Sir Francois Lange- lior, Lady Langclicr, Captain Victor Pellctier, A.D.C., and Sir Lomer and Lady Gouin, will leave Monday liext at noon i'or tcr, Miss Annie MacSwain, .who. wore a gown of pale blue marquisette with heavy pearl trimmifrg. The groom was attended by his cousin, Mr..E. Kyle, of Redvers. HUDSON'SBAYCo. 1912 if fl First in 1670 Foremost in 1912 "The -Greatest Traders of.the Great West" Clubs and Societies The 'Diamond City band will furnish music for a social In aid ot St. John's W. A. on Tuesdaj from fl to i'l p.m. in Diamond City school building. served. jlofreghmeiHs uil The Art Needle Work Club will at tho horns oi Mrs D H Plton 1209 7th ave south, on Monday-'after- noon at 2.30. A large attendance is requested. A. C. Suundeis cnicrtained >es terday in honor of her guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gow of Winnipeg. -The table decorations potted ferns and cut flowers. CHUBCH SERVICES WESLEY CHURCH, 'METHODIST. T. P. Perry pastor bei v fees at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.'- Morning sub- ject, "Should Smith go1 to a problem that is up to the church Evening subject, to duty Is up to Smith. Special music bj full choir at evening'service Sunda; school and Adult Bible chss at p m AH cordially invited. Social 'hour after Sunday evening.service. t to attended the MUST CHURCH OF. CHRIST, dedication of the tower whlci has j'" Ijecn erected to commemorate the hun- dred and fiftieth anniversary of the convening of the first elective asscm bly in Nova Scotia. The dedication will; take place August ,i'Hh and ceremony by- His Royal Highness .of Con- naught. Pincher Creek Echo A vary ,-pretty wedding took place .at, the, home. of All the real Goodness v of Canada's finest ttiheat is contained in Household Flour The smile of satis- faction goes with evfty snow white sack Sold by Grocers Everywhere For Sale by GEJQ. KERR CO; Lethbridge. Bank block. .11: a.m. :.Sunday school, 12.10 p.m. neaday evening testimony meeting 8 p.m, The reading. room is open to everyone every day from 3 to. 5. p.m Etveryone is cprdialij to at tend. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI 8th avenue and llth street, Rev. Canon'Mclllllen rector. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m; Comniimion 8.30. Matins 11 a.m. Bvensong 7.30 p.m.' There will beginners' class. KNOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30. p.m. Prof I AI Miller of Edmonton will preach at both ser- vices. Sabbath school at 10 a.m. The All-Welcome Adult Bible class will meet for Bible study at the close bt the morning service and in tho city always welcome ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the. home Rev. C. Grant, .1509, Sixth avenue south, Sunday Aug. .11. Confirmation and communion service at 10 a.m. sharp. There will be no Sunday school. Evening wnice it 7.30. Teachers' meeting Wednesday, at S p.m. FIRST BAPTIST 3rd avenue south, Rev. A.O. Wataou, B.A., pastor. Aug. 11: Public worship mil communion service, pastor 'will ireach. 3 p.m. public school. 7.30'p. m. s-arvics ill Morris Theatre. Sermon subject, "A man's n man for a' that, orchestra, at 7.30. All welcome. WESTMINSTER CHURCH MBTH' )DIST----Hcv. Clyo .I.ack'son will ireatii at the morning; and evening ei'viccs. Sunday school at 3 p.m j ST.' ANDRBW'S 13th and 7th Ave., Sunday j crvices, II a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Rev. Ir. Naismith will preach. Sunday ;School at 3 p.m. All heartily wel- FIFTII AVE. [UPTIST CHURCH 5th avenue and 18lh( street !north. Hev. C. H. McKinnon, pastor. [Services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Ev- erybody welcome. CIIUKCH OF CimiST-fRisctplcs) Services in Oolwlonian Hall 5l.B 7th Being First in the Field May Establish a Reputation for a Day, Perhaps a Year, But Leadership Denotes Superiority. 'Our "Seal of Qu.llt, biaml 242 ft Our Soil of Quality brand sel Fiour in and ioo ib bJts Of Aclvcntiuoi b Jdiuicd in I lie IludsouS Ol'ves per Price per PIS, 85c, and w25 jjroceedmg inland, tlicy located then lieadtjudi- 15c' 20c' 25c' 35c> 50c' 76'' teis aU. Winnipeg city the pslabijshmenl oi tlio Hud- son's Bay'Co spicad out like the tentacles oT a giant octopus all ovei tins lau Dominion and willi tho Seal ot Quality as their achance gnaid. have limit up a ipputadon loi honest dealing and class goods that no one can outdistance Gome and see oui special window clispLu of Our. "Seal of Quality" brand Baking .Powder, the Wnd that grandmother used, put up in Ib.; 3 Ib., 1C oz., and 12 oz. tins 75o, tin i Our "Seal of Quality" brand pure guaranteed Vinegar, per bottle....................25c. Our "Seal brand Lime .luice-'.Cordlal, makes an ex- cellent summer drink per botiie "Seal of Quality" biiind goods fioin oiu gioceiy 35 cents dopai'tiTienl and you will be siupmed at the pui chasing powcis of this gieat One look will PIOAC to Arou thai we have the light goods at the light price. In the centie oi this display jon find a map showing tlie establishments oi the Hudson's Bay Co, -nlicii you IIOAC seen it you will agioe us when we use the Our "Seal of Quality" brand Sauce, Worcestershire -Sauce; a most appetizing reli'sTj, per bottle 25 Our "Seal. OJ Quality" brand pure lard-Is o-ra high grade; put up'in 3 Ib. pails 55c. Our "Seal of Quality" brand Mixed Pickles and Chow Chow per bottle................ 30e. in gallon Jars 90c, Our "Seal of brand soap contains--no greases, but is manufactured, from pure vege table oil and- tallow, 3 Cakes; for Our. "Seal of lure Flavoring I brand Oiir Seal of Qualit> ftrand Pure. Mocha and Java Coffee in 1 and i, Ib tin 80c out like the tentacles oi a giant Peppermint, vanum i that we aic not evaggeiatmg ono bit etc- ___ J25c 35e, tic, and 00 Oiu "Seal of Quality" biand Jelly Powdeis in_________________ all 51110 iitut packages tor..... 25c. Banana; Oiu "Seal of Quality' pound tins, pei tin biand Black Tea in tliiee Our Seal of Quality brand Spice" in quartei pound tins per tin 10c GUI 'Scul of Quality biand Impeiial Mix- tuie Smoking Tobacco, fiagiant and cooling, and lib tins', peilm 5c-, VJb S5c; Oui "Seal of Quahlj" hi and Cut Plug, Per Pound Grocery Department Phone 313 Orders Promptly Attended to and '7 30 A wel aiindaj school at 10 ome to all GERMVN LU1II will bi- ncld at 710 North Lcthhridge, and will be conducted by the Rev 0 Groth in the German lan- guage The German speaking populace- is cordlalh invited cnuRCii ot Ji sus CHRIST or LATTER.-.BAY 0. -E. Hall 10th St near M C A 10.15 a.m. Officers and teachers ing in 40 a m Sundaj school 2 p m Sicrimenl, inteling Bishop B Young, No. 1, First'avenue south.' GERMAN EvANGPLICAL LUTII ices w ill l lie held at 710 St Noith 1Q 30 am ind will be cqnductcd by the Rev. 0. A. the..Germv IinguaEtL Iht. German speak ng pop ulace -4s; cordially invited. HIUL-B1 "SCHOOL is held every'Sunday at 3 j) m atj512 5lh squth A coidial inMtntion is o-vtonded to both ol.'l anrt to .attend this school, V special inMtition persons nho with, churches -'ol. guen to anj been connected Christ (Disciples) CLAIM- THE LIBERALS- ARE DEPRESSED The Pally Hint from Paris. London, Aug. The capture .of a Eeat'in'iho.bye-'eloction at North yesterday, John Unionist, defeated Gordon candidate, Has in- t'us-ad a remarkable spirit of jubila- tion in the .Unionist party. 'It is the eighth s seat the: Unionists 'have won from-, the Radicals since the general election, and all efro] tb to evphm away the suceosslve defeats' of the Liberal candidates at :bye-elections. fail to dissipate the of sion oh the Liberal side, whicli is enhanced by tbe resignation of the Master 'of Elibarik; who, organized1 the buccessful Liberal election campaign and th-e bor candidrites in the tieM a t the next general election .attitude of the La- to put laO tlrn'14 CwlMnr A firnped while 'sslln' dress with a'bliie' embroidered unUfUfll lines; sevrt .nt lae Frencli racia. It IS on Top Every Time! Supreme above in quftl-' ity raised by merit alone .itp. that proud emin- ence Alljerta's." Best Biking Powder "is jkire, is invariably .Your gro BELLEVUE Bcllevue.' Aug. Sawyer, 61 bouth Fork, spent a couple of dais in camp disposing 01 two or three horses Corp llson ol the K N ft M P leluiued last nighi from a few tUvs at Macleod. '.J. .McLean, of Coleman, was 'in Bellevue Hednesdai selling Macleod real estate. Joe Ori-uton returned last mght from a trip to Tcrnlo and Creston Sir Grafton lub on exhibition at tho Southern hotel some samples ot tom- atoes grown at Creston, which, are certainly good to look at. Jns Nailor went to Macleod Wed ncsdav and returned Thursday morn- ing accomp "lied bj Mis Niylor and little daiightei who Ime been visit- ing Mrs mother at Mac- leod. Rev. W. H. Irtt'in'returned Weilncs- dij from v two vveiAs visll to Moj 10 13 C s Mi and Mrs las Callan, ot lire Bcllevue Hotel, leave tonight lor Red Deer, where they will in future re- side.. During their many years' resi- il-nci. in the Pass Mr and Mrs Cal Ion have made a- iiost ol friends who wish them evcrv success 'in their new home. 1 li Gccrgc nnnager ol the I n ion Bank. Biairmorc, was a .business visitor, to Uellevuo vesterrfa} James Marshall drove lo Beaver Creek on morninia and rt BROWN BETTY, TEAJIOOMS Butineu Men's Lunch at 40 terved daily At the Sign of the Teapot Cor. 3rd Fifth Table Board All home -cooking. or- Gentlemen 1208 Third Ave. S. (Redpath) PHONE 1150 doubt be operating again, -torhqproir or Alondaj at the latest- PLUGGERS ON BELIEVE INSOMNIA Welland, Aug. prevails regarding voting'.imper- aonations in the con test last luesdaj It is certafn that nine ballot box pluggers were import ed fioin Bufralo In an. attempt tOyiie (he measure and that thej g-no names of nonTcsident voters becoming, alarmed, plug g-ars leCti-town. One, -liovvever, Sam? turned on the same evening with his- uel B, Mbrris w is arrested bride. Some .of. the hoys_ got. wise and. the- way they welcomed inie" sounded like a real oldrtinie. aijd Airs Marshall will reside in Rcllciviie. Pay-day-in ilie-iiiiiie here, which Ins always bcui on the Fridiv near est the 15th of tii'ff WWltli, has been changed is this li on Iv "one" dav later there should be no isoii for nnt The miners in No. mine were obliged tb work at noon today j account of oim oi I lie elcclric fans being struck lightnii.ig.during this I mornings storm lliodiraipc was only TO UK- If your dealer cannot. supply tho T L nathlcu Co, n Q, send! box M m ;