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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 I I f The Daily Herald. Monday. Aug. is the most you can buy. will make a cup fragrant, nutritious economicalthat Halfateaspoonful of cocoa rich, the delicious flavor that is characteristic of Cowan's. THE COWAN CO. LIMITCD, TORONTO 132 Edited by Phone 1052 OH, HE'S A "JOLLY GOOD FELLOW." Needn't make such a fuss about it .The reason he is "jolly' is because he eats BREAD, CAKE, PIES, BAKED AT THIS BAKERY. Follow "suit' and leave us your daily orders and you'll equally as hilarious. Our baked goods make people HEALTHYrHAPPY AND WISE. City Bakery Ford St Beside File Hail Phone 1181 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. James Rose, and Mr. and Mrs. George Kerr, are together spending a couple of weeks a: Banff. PEER AND WIFE REUNITED IN JAIL Lord Sholto Douglas Re- claimed Mate From Wayward Life Spokane, Aug. the L'alis of friends hi Canada and rela- tives in Kngland to save his wife, Lady Sholto Douglas, from a way- ward life, Lord Sholto Douglas, Jrestou, B.C., son" of the late Mar- quis of Queensbury, appeared at the police station yesterday afternoon and sought her ladyship, confined in he city jail on a vagrancy charge. Through the medium of friends the domestic troubles of the pair were quickly smoothed over. Last night they left for San Francisco over the 0. R. X. railway to begin life anew. Lord Sholto Douglas has been em- ployed for the last month as a line- man in a surveying crew working in the Cascades near Clealum. He learn- ed through press dispatches of the Great Belgian Exposition Practically Wiped Out (Continued from Irout SHEEP SOLD TO NORTHERN RANCHERS on Saturday afternoon after having spen-t a couple of weeks visiting friends in Fernie, B. C. promptly attended dairy has and one call you a satisfied 1S67 PELTIER Lethbridge Miss Ella Cook left Saturday after- noon for Macleod and Airdne where she will visit until the opening of the Normal School at Calgary, which she will attend. The many friends of Mr. Hunt, of the Western PlumDing -co., will be pleased to hear that he made good whilst on his holiday in. England by finding a wife. He was married or August 6th and spent his honeymoon at Ramsgate, setting sail for Leth- bridge on August 12th. He is accom- panied by his brother and family as well as his newly made bride. They are expected in Lethbridge on August 20th, ed in this city yesterday morning. Arrangements were made with Jus- tice S. A. Mann for the release of the woman. The first meeting of the couple in six weeks was in the city jail last night- Lady Sholto Douglas greeted her husband coldly, refusing a preferred hand and kiss. Lord Douglas Becomes Wroth Lord Douglas grew belligerent in and manner at the approach of newspaper men, -who questioned him in groups and singly. "You're beneath me, you dirty Dr. and Mrs. Galbraith, and little daughter, spent a few days at ;Banfi last before continuing their trip 10 the coast. They were guests at the Banff Springs Hotel, where also Sen- ator De Veber was a guest. Friday evening Iff. and Mrs. Brett, of the San- atorium, Banff, entertained forty of the visiting doctors and their wives at their beautiful home and the Leth- bridge delegates -to the Alberta Medi- cal convention were included in the guest list. LORD ABERDEEN WELCOMES TEACHERS DubMn, Aug. .Aberdeen, .Lord Lieutenant, in welcoming the Canadian teachers, said that Lady Ab- erdeen and himself had been looking forward to their visit with particular interest, partly because teachers be- longed to a magnificent profession, and also because the visitors hailed from country with which Lady Aber- deen and he had so many pleasant as- sociations and memories. j ILLUSTRIOUS PARTY ON EM'PRESS OF BRITAIN Aug. Archbishop London, of Westminster accompanied by Fa- ther Jackman and Mgr. Joseph Ball are passengers on the Empress of Britain. The imperial cadets axe also passengers. Before the departure Captain Cary of the Irish Guards in- spected the cadets. Captain McCal- mont goes oit in charge of the cadets. TO airy rooms in one of the most ,up to date houses in city, nicely furnished, modern conveniences. Will rent reasonable. Close in. Apply 612 Crabb SL 207-0 _ TO REXT Two furnished rooms in modern house. Mrs. J Lee Johnston 312 Cutbill St. 207-O TO .furnished connection. Glyn St. Terms room; bath in moderate. 642 __________________________207-6 TO rooms partly furnished, suitable for housekeeping. Apply for particulars to 515 Glyn St nished rooms. Also fur- ____________________207-6 servants for town! and country. Apply Y. W. C. T. CJ. 207-0 Saturday morning the British Boy Scouts, arrived, in Banff and pitched camp. Yesterday afternoon at the Na- tional Park Museum they were review- ed by Lady Laurier. It was great fun as the lads marched up the street tc try-to distinguish the dukes and lords from the gamins of the London streets, for in their uniforms they all looked alike and seemed to be ha'ving a mighty fine outing together less of class. At the Laurier .meeting in the Sher- nan Rink Saturday evening for the irst time in the party's tour three wo- men correspondents were seated at the long press twenty press correspondents representing various papers throughput Canada. They- were Miss Jean Grant of the Calgary- Herald; Miss Irene" C. Love. C. P. R. publicity writer, London, On- tario and the ednor of this depart- ment who after spending ten days in Banfi, just had to stay over for the meeting enroute home. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The regular montnly meeting of the Westminster Sunday School will be held in the Church vestry -Thursday evening at S o'clock. 9 ;The Ladies' Aid of Westminster cnurch -will meet at the home of Mrs J. B. SL, on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. he shouted at inquisitive re- porters as he sat in Chief Sullivan's office. "All my family troubles have been caused by a dirty press and their hirelings." He refused, to -discuss any phase of his family troubles or his plans for the future. The first offers of his lordship for a reunion were met with refusals by Lady Sholto Douglas. Prospects of 30 days of, jail monotony in the opin- ion of the police caused her-to re- lent. Lord Douglas was dressed in a neat- fitting suit of striped grey. He .i The Alberta Sheep Co. shipped a fine drive of seven hundred muttons on Saturday for W. C. Dunn, repre- senting the Western Canada Land Company, which has large holdings west of Edmonton in the Wabamun country. It is reported that two or three of the other sheep outfits are sending sheep north to finish on nor- thern grass, or be carried through the winter on northern hay. air. Mc- Caig, of the Alberta Sheep Co., says the health of the sheep was never better than it is this year, the condition of the sheep is -wholly sat- isfactory. Better provision than .usual will have to be made for winter feed, as there has practically been no top of grass of this year's growth, and last year's old hay is pretty well eaten off. Mr. McCaig thinks that the hay speculators will get hit worse than the ranchers. More hay will be cut in Alberta this year than ever before and a good deal of the grain crops will go into fodder. Brussels, Aug. is impossible in the present confusion to estimate closely the losses in the fire. But the damage will run into millions of francs. The losses, however, will not be as great as was at first believed, during the excitement of the conllag- ration, when they were estimated at Mass Meeting of the BUILDING TRADES will be held on Tuesday, August 23rd, at 8 p.m. The entire Belgium and British sections, the whole "Ker- mease" of Brussels, the Coney Island of the exposition with the water chutes, toboggan slides and other spe- cial entertainments and everything 'of the Avenue Des Nation were destroyed, but by the heroic work of the firemen in the early hours of the morning, and the use of dynamite in LOCAL BUDGET C. J. Reid, of McAllister, ma, an experienced coal mining engi-j peas from Mrs. R RAIDED THE BETTORS'SHED neer, has arrived in the city to take over the management, of the opening up-of the Chinook Coal Co.'s proper- ties, north-west of the city. J. Taylor, manager of the Taylor through some of the dis- I trict. He noticed one 200-acre field i of spring wheat which will average j 10 bushels per acre. The grass has and there would be plenty of good fall feed, which would greatly help matters. This morning about 10 o'clock, the horse attached to M. Supina's de- livery rig, took fright at a passing train, and made a wild dash down Mr and Mrs. H. A. Moore, also from 1 I H n ff n Y _. i-a MIS. R. virtue, sweet A- Ling, sweet A. Sharman, and bouquet from Mrs. Dowsett. blowing up buildings in the patn of, the flames the fire was checked. For- considerably, tunately the most priceless art Or tw0' sures, which had been loaned to the exposition as required by it, includ- ing valuable gobelins, tapes- tries, a large exhibition of jewelry, many paintings, marbles and ancient furniture, were successfully removed by the police, firemen and exposition' employees, beyond the reach of flames and of the pillaging criminals, who attempted to take advantage of the disaster, .The reproduction of the House of Reubens, Antwerp, the official pavil- iion of the city of Antwerp, contain- ing masterpieces of vellish art of the Reubens' period collected from galleries Of the world was not boy was unable to check the horse. As it dashed around the corner of Baroness and Westminster Roads, the rig collided with the telegraph post, sending the oranges and other mater- ial in the rig flying in all directions. The front wheel was completely de- molished, the whiffle-tree snapped in twain and harness badly broken. It PINCHER CREEK NEWS Barrister Breaks Hi, Wrist-R.hburn Man Has Narrow Escape Hincher Creek, Aug. -M. Ormond, barrister, was D. thin, slender, sharp-faced, walks suf Singly, and talks with a pronounced English accent. Yesterday was his first appearance at the police sta tion, although search has been con ducted for him for more than month. Lord and Lady Sholto Douglas first came into local police prominence June 30 with the announcement that they had parted because of her lady- ship's fondness of drink- and the gay life. Lord Douglas went out with surveying crew. His wife, at time incognito, entered the Sacred Heart hospital, suffering from ner- vous prostration. Escapfts From Hospital _ Later she escaped from the institu- tion, and was found, in a nervous and drunken condition wandering in the Northern Pacific yards. She was booked at the police station and a the er turned over to the Salvation Army rescue home. Money came from Can- ada and she was sent to her old home. The b-irls' Club, of St Andrew's church, will hold a box social this ven at eight o'clock in the Reding of the Relief So be held tomorrow afternoon at 4 530 tsartlett street. A cordial tation is _ extended to all who invi are in terested in the. work of the society. NEXT MEETING PLACE OF SNYOD Prince Albert Aug. The place of holding next "meeting the Angli can synod was a qujstion for fairly ong discussion. A. very hearty invi- tation was extended by lay delegates Edmonton, il invitation was also a fro-u X-enora. The noose of Bishops ssnn down -Ju- sug- that the meeting be held in either Winnipeg or Kenora. It was inally agreed to leave the choice with the moropolitan and Bishop of Kee- AUCTION SALE On Thursday next, August 18th At Their Sale Rooms, SMFTH ST. (Rear of Dallas Hotel) AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT THE CO. sell by public auction as above, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Removed for convenience of sale from various residences including 8 nearly new Dressers and Stands, Brass Mounted Beds. Springs and Mattresses, Buffets, SHeboards, Dining Ch-airs, Din- ing Tables, Cheffoniers., Cooking and Heating Stoves, Carpets', Lin- oleums and other items too numerous to mention. A prompt at- tendance requested. On view day prior to sale. Phones: 426, 469 and 681. Office. Round Tuesday night she was arrested by Officer Enright, in the Wilbur hotel 244 Main avenue, in companv with Robert teamster. She was sentenced to 30 davs in jail day in police court on charge. Scene of Consternation at Cleveland Race Track Cleveland, 0., Aug. the world's record was being broken at Grand Circuit races at North Ran- dall park, acting on instructions from Governor Harmon, Sheriff Hirstius and corps of deputies raided the bet- ting shed and auction tents shortly after the races began. As far as ar- rests were concerned the raid was in- effectual as a tip had been given and the bookies had rrade a quick disap- pearance. There were some hundreds scorched by the flames. In the Brit- ish and Belgium, sections the flames spread with such extraordinary rap- dity that nothing was saved except the plan of the coming international exposition at Turin, Italy, in 1911. A strong 'gale carried the fire through the "Kermease" crowded the j was some time before the horse was even captured. As far as ascertained at present, there was hurt. no one seriouslv The adjourned preliminary hearing against Ben Strangling Wolf on a charge of horse stealing, is being heard before, Inspector West at ihe barracks this afternoon. Adqlph Wer- ner, a farmer living in township