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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta August 13th, 1011 LETIIimiDGE DAILY HERALD. After Supper Sale 730 ib 10 p.m. 30 Only Kiigs, IS x regular 85 each 55C. 30 Only tfugs 24 x 12 in, Regular To-Nlglii, each .00 30 Only Rujys, .10 x (50 in. Regular each r, .45 20 Only Rtipi, 3fi x 72 "in. Regular .To-Night, each exceptionally good values at Ilio -price. They very lieavy hand -made. rugs, and (lie choice. Bawden Bros. Lethbridge's Greatest Home Furnishers Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. I EDITED BY "iNO" Phone 1224. Residence Phone: 1157 BENNETT WILL RUN IN CALGARY If life an empty bubble.he, How sad arc those who will not sec A in- thcjMibblr. K. I.ockver. nh, Mewbiirn, Uclchcr, Simpson, Wal- lace and O'llapin. Aug. 11. B. I'.cn- nctf, K. L'., will be ilic C onsurViiti.'i! ciiiidiflntc in the Calgary con.sliliii1 al UK; coming Dominion dec I ions, is now ;i certainty. T. M. TwiT-vtic nnuiiced this morning lliat Mr. .icn- neU hud given ;i tU-fiiiiU- assurance thiil he would accept Hit1 Cinisorva- 'is nomination, if it wort' tiftaro.l tc Thai Mr. Bennett ivlll the (ina (if an eventful week j unanimous choice of tho coiimeiun was "occasioned liisl evening when Ihi Monday evening is umloubUM. Miss Rita Cavhnali left'this morn- Misses Mulch eulerUiincd tlii'ir ing for a short visit in" Nelson, R.. C. a combined ilancn and garden par-j MX- '''he of Pythias Hall was j Httnictivc than with its j decorations of palms, ami softly .shad j cd lights, which looked like huge pink chrysanthemums, and tin1 desire cnjpy''tlie splendid Hoor and music was'often .rivalled by the inclination COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is just Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nunei Docton recommend in tickneu or in health. in POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Mr. II. H Mnunsell, of thc Hank of Coniinerce, has been transferred to the branch iiT.CiJelcheii. Alberta.. Donald McLean was chosen hy tho 10 j Conservatives of Saskatoon. Dr. Neclcy u-as renominatctl i.y j Liberals of Humboldy. he Mrs. Norman iMncleod will iake Mr. Jones' place, as organist in h, Fcstoons Augnstms church dunnK his absence. ,r ngllts madc (lie cozy cor- nomination over .1. W. [nets and porch seals most ''otl- Mrs. McKillop !cll this morning lor !ami the unique idea of serving A. 10. Kripp, M.H.I'., and Dr. 1. I.. a months' visit with her daughter, punch on the lawn, and Inter tile' art- the Conservative nornin- Hr. .lame.-i McCain, of Edmonton. i tasty refreshments, could lie carried j ws for Ottawa. lout on account oi thc perfect even-i Mr. and Mrs. .las. McDonald aiidijtlg. children, of London, ate the! Hatch, in. an elaborate Rown I euests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Me, black chiffon over pink mcssalincj with garnishings of coral heads, and', her daughters, girlish in their simple j frocks, were Hostesses of one of the Kenzie. Hat, where she. has mosi successful functions of ihe wa I Conservative candidate against- Man-j her aunt, Mrs. E. A. son. During evening Mrs. MP' i Leone Kcl.scy returned Thursday from Medicine Hat, where she. been visiting Halvrrson. ;ing .Miss Conybeare kindly re- iii'snowied to thc requests for extras, Rev. Rivers, B. of Rip-1 those -invited-hcinji; 31r. and Mrs. ley, Ontario, with Mrs. Rivers and ju. Myf.'juiy, Mr. and Mrs. K. u. diiltlmi, are visiting at the home of I S0n, Mr. an.! Mrs. Uonybeare, Mr. is the Conservative Candida to in Kings-Albert New Brunswick. Cape Hreton Conservatives --avc Minneapolis, paying a price theie- ncminatcd -I- A. Gillies, K.C., Mid for In further activities, Thos- Ulr. Ma.vwdl vestcrdav sold fiftv lots W. H. Hcnnell, e-v-M.I1., will be Ihe i 009, as compared with the week fore, which' amounted to Kour prisoners were brought ijy the K.N'.W.JI.l'. from Medicine Hat this niternoon ami taken out to the new gaol. Nat Christie, one of the Christie Bros. anil managers of the Ont.ino Laundry a! Calgary, acconf- panh-d hy liis mother and sisters, are in :he city visiting ai. the home of Mr. ;md Mrs.. Farrow on Fifth St., on their way luck. They have made a trip of three weeks through Van- I'oilli-nd and Seattle. Mr. STREET CAR MEN L.STRIKE IN GLASGOW Glasgow, Scotland, Aug. corporation street, ear, mon went on strike tc-d-jy and disorganized the whole.service. .Attempts t.o send out cars in charge; of fhe corporation's inspectors wore prevented hy Strikers In large bodies attacked and tracked car-s.. PONY EXPRESS AND TRANSFER COMPANY Office 40S Hound St. I'hbne When Trunks delivered to any part of Furniture removed You Should Tremble And Shudder When an imicnipu'loui dniguist you miUtituto for DR. FOWLER'S r Extract of Wild Strawberry. you .are suddenly attnoked by j DIARRHOKA, DYSENTHKV, COMC, CRAMPS OR FATXS IN THB STOMACH, i; ClIOLEKA, MOKBC8, SUMMEK. C'OM- i PLAINT, or mny LOOBENKBS OF THK I his brother-, Or. Jtivcrs.. i Knbelik, the world famous violiu- jjst, on bis farewell tour of America, will play in Lethhridge November the i Rev. and Mrs. Buchanan, and Mrs. Jlc.N'icol, lick-storm, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. licl.plland. i JlradtorrI, On I., arrived in the city I thi.i n-orning, and will be the of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buchanan for some weeksi Mrs. Ketteriy, and her guest, Miss Jones, left fur Claresholm this after- BOWRLB, thoroughly renovated thc entij'e .store and will conduct the business a larger scale. respectfully solicit your pntronagc. FIIOM4 FIFLH A VK. JVORl'II ILETIIBRIDGE v -Miss Agnes Mullin, on leaving the employ of tin; Hudson's Bay Com- pany, was presented with a hand- some hand-bag and a :pair .of .-kirt gloves, hy Ilic stair, as a token of m- teem and i-egarrl in which she was held. I l Mrs. A. B. Stafford was hostess'of i an informal tea ycsterdiiy afternoon in lionpr of Mrs. Lawrence Naismith. The lea table, with its decorations of deep pink awcct peas, was charniinglj- I presided over hy Mrs. Lethbridgclind j Mrs. 15. n. Wilson, the hostess, being j assisted liy ii'Iiss Gertrude Staifort! 'and 'Miss Hardy. 7 ,j Our Cowley correspondent writes-: Tlmrsrlaj Mr. William Tweedy, of Coivlev, was united in marriage to Miss Hannah MewcUoit, late of Eiig- Jaml, Rev. Mr, Mowat, of Cnrdston, ofliciating. After tlic 'ccrerr.pnyj the couple, amid showers of rice, left on the evenhig train for the cast. Mr. Tweedy i.s well liked here and his many friends wish them a long, hap- py and prosperous married life. Thi IJi'ikij So ahroad returning in Se] London Chronicle -says: Thc md Duchess of Connaught will for a month, ember to a visit for (Macriqnalil. Arthur (filbert .was .nominated as a Nationalist, in .hnmin-ond-Artliahas- kavilie. ilon. C. R. Marci! unanimous- ly nominated by the Liberals of Boris to tho.Kins and Queen aj. Balmoral. Royal Highnesses arc already maluiig preparations lor their depart- Canada on October (i. Uxtcn- outfits arc being prepared for tlieni and for Princes Patricia, who i'nteijds to avail herself of the faciii- ties for tobogganing, skijng, ctlrlin: Dr. 0: 13. niack was renomiisated Ijy the'Liberals of Hants couisiy, Xova' Scotia'.1 -Dr. A. Gordon, of liast Kent, was noniimt'cd. by the Liberals. Afiilicrsl, .N'. .S., Aug. .1. will he the candidate of thc Liberal, parly In the approaeiiing elee-1 l.ion. A week acn loday the Liberal convt'alion adjourned Id yivc Mr. and skating which are the chief r.-is- j l.ojrar. one week to consider whether times of tlin winter season in Ottawa be should accept the candidature of' and "Montreal. When the convention again j Jor 'Royal Highness became expert convened Mr.'Logan snid. lie would I at-these games while visiting her enter the contest. I aister in Swedeh. !__________________ The Duchess of Cann-nughi, is fond of .plif, and has played a good deal in the early parl of the sea-son at there is a short nrivntf course. As the d-aughter of the famous Red Hie duchess was a bold CITY A NTD DISTRICT You Get It At The Bay The Quality is Right The Price is Low The Selection Unequalled Genuine Stetson Hats gTeiil tilings in the Hait Department: for nrc olToring' these lints in blndcTn- hrown at knock-down juices. They are in newest shapes and come in all sxes Special today Men's Flannel fanls price Plenty of hot weather' to come yet then what could he heder than a pair of our white I'larrnel pants. Dest Avliite flannel, thoroughly shrunk and f.lie price cut, in two. Fil'lesen pairs only Hegtilar price Tin; home of Sirs. T. S. Feiterjy, j-p'reliily' (ieuoratrri vvitli sweet peas and v.-ild tlaisies, the scsnc of a very rnjoyalilc last cyiming given in honor of her guest, Miss Jones. In a lively drawing. contest, Miss Corrigan, of Moose .law, won the first prize, and Mr. T. Hall, publicity commission cr, arrived yesterday from Calgary, and.fearless nder. and -aim will profo. where he attended the annual con- flbiy he seen in rhe saddle frequently vention of thc Canada Irri- in the Doniiniou, as she is taking outjsatiou Association. There were several horses. jabmit eighty delegates present at Hncfer the "regime" of a .Royal duke j lllc and the time was goverrmiRii! HOUSR. Ottawa, will be a in very instructive sessions. j centre of magnificent, ho-apltiilliy.such j Lclhhririge .Sons of Knglnnd will! -obtained in the days when the aoor, :l in city. This was ricnnilely decided last. night a special meeting ni the mcmliers in St. Aupistiu's Hall. Thc purpose oi thc meet ing was In au- Canp-lians sincerely reEret thai thev i liircclors SKV 'ha'.ve no more fitting residence toi000 Ulc a lvv" storey place at the dispof-jl of the Duke ''lock "lcil vrycriy on 10th I Duchess of Oonnaught. The K., close til the V.M.C.A. The government intends, however, to! p'aii has hceii under ay fur some Diichees of Riqean to which, hy adiied no jiiqans an the days when was hostess there, j Ihe viceregal residence. Hie ivay, the Duke of' a uirquet court, is by j imposing building, and Men's Linen Collars, per doz. 25c have- a few only of these they are slightly soiled, hut what matter they will wash, and they are all good shapes. per cloxcn .152.00 Special Neckties i replace the present house by a build-! tim'.1, and the meeting last. night tullso'ation favor, vhjje lng-which win do credlt lo ;he splen. the action of Ihe Miss. Aimrnr and Or. Conn ift cap-1 did pity and be worthy of a Royal I directors .in auplvina for a loan to I'ireil the trophies for thc clever Governor-General. guessing game that followed. Miss I _______ Van iilarcom, of Milwaukee, favored Ihe guests with several pleasing mn- Kical selections after the scrying :o[ Uowjey, AIIB. delegates fo refreshments, with1 which Liberal cuiivunllon at Maclcod to- the' dainty thc hoslcss was 1'oohc anil Mrs. assisted .1. Courtice. IniiUI (lie hlock. excavation is already complct-; en1, nnri the FotmriatJon Imilt. The ten dcrs for thc siipnrslructtjrc will he called for in a riays, and after oonlraui is awanlrd ihc hrick K-.A.'cl.vo.r' J'work -.fill be rushed in order to t.1. Drewry and C. RobinjjOn. They get are "well the nomination Misv -lean .Jackson was honor Dr' AVarniwk ''incller of a deliRbtful afternoon spent 'arge [roi" at thu home of Mrs. about of the hosless-