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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thiii'sdny, 15, 1012 1'HE UmiMUDGE DAILY HERALD Pngf. 9 LADIES! VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR AND WE WILL MAKE1 YOU A PRESENT OF A USE- FUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLE.! Ellison Milling Company MAYOR GEARY MAY GET IT Aug. G. Meredith, of London, recent- ly offorad the position of cor- poration counsel of Toronto, fit a salary of a year; has rcjeclcd it. H fe probable that Mayor Deary will get tho: 'plum.' MILADI 'EDITED BV Lot us he jmtiimt These severe at- motions. Not from, the ground arise, But oftentimes celestial benedictions Assume this dark disguise. Now let 'us thank the I-Jtcrnal Power, coiivinc'd Tliat Men VCH but tries our virtue by That oft tlie cloud that wraps thte present liour Serves but to brighten all our future days; Hrowii. MILK RIVER ON TOP AGAIN VMllk River "continues .to lead in "wheat production for this SB: son. P.. J... Hovde .wired today that, ten thousand bushels of new. wheat have already been ahippetl. .Ten cars of year's wheat have actually passed through the al Milk Khei No Mi- sajs then honeunoon trip and are Mr. Salmon, has been on a visit to friends in. Profiler, arrives! home today Mrs. leaves on Monday time in Winnipeg Dominion Hlock to visit .for sonic Mrs. Benjamin Calgary is a house guest with William Staflord, Westminster Road. iMiss Uawson leaves, on Monday to spend A week at Tea was served oil the lawn, whch Miss, 'Hcntloy wai; assisted hv J Hentley, Mrs. .Salmon, Miss' I'atli-son ami Miss Dorothy Hcntlcy A unique and altogether delightful affair, fotm of a hay'.? rack party, claimed tyiss tick storm as hostess Luucli wan arranged' in individual boxes awH 'the-.party amid much mer- riment drove to the Dallas farm, where coffee, was .served, A taffy pull the (Mining Hindi proved ill The guests motored back lo the city at the conclusion of Ihe event. Those bidden were Miss Crahan, "Hiss LafTcrty, Miss Lombard, Miss lanrahan, Miss Annie llanrahaii} '.iss Marguerite I lanrahan, Miss latch, Miss Judlthllatch, Bliss Meiy- burn, Miss Neale, Miss Ilarassfn ami Messrs. Gillis, Rogers, Henderson'. McClinton, Conrad, Heche and Hose. Mr. und Stecle, oi' Dun- das, Ont., who have been guests.-with1 i Superintendent and Mrs ttilson, left t for tliis afternoon; C I an1 Mrs Lngij of Petcrboto Ont, lie guests tlie former's Dr; Cragg. Mi ind Mrs I C minting (nee Miss Irene. McLachlan) 'have returned "beat it if .you There doubt that Milk River-.pill greatly in- crease Its shipments of, last year, and help .jo swell to .totals of the south line. .Wheat all over .the south grading well. Mogt of.' the winter wheat will grade M--and "-No. 2 Spring wheat will grade tfrbm. No. 2 down. LEAVES. POLICE "W PRACTICE LAW iNelson Aug H i Bullock "Webster for 1 f eai s in the provincial police 'force, :and for the past five years "stipendiary magis- trate for, the county of Kootenajyund magistrate of 'smalL'debts court Jit Nelson on September 2 Victoria the capital city he foim ttlth Oscar G' Uass late fiecretarj of the law'socletj the legal firm of Bass Since rotlriog faom position qf chief constable'at Mr Bullock Webster has studied lawin the office of E A Creiicj ftasBljyj' his final ex aminations a ago PREMIER BORDEN VISITS NEWCASTLE ON TYNE London, Aug. -Borden fcalled at Newcastfe-on-Tyne, ehrbute to Glasgow vlsIOng' the' ,E31s ick Ordinance and ship-building of which Sir Percy Girouard Is accompanying "Rlr Borden Ai this tilpj is a partner Q.he Canadian premier interested in the naval ship-building in battleships for the" British and for of construction. He remarked, to re- porters clamored for an intftr on his impressions that from hie he made the rule not to, discing aaval or imperial subjects residing at (i23 Tu'eijty-Tlurd avenue Herald Miss Lombard mid Miss Laftertv are spending the ;-guests of Mis C. J. Eckstur.m at the Dallas Tlie aiaiiv friends of Mrs- G. V LUtz, who- has been ill ill the Gait jhospitilj he pleased to kirn th she suffictcntU recovered to re- turn home rcstcrJay. Miss Grindley, who was operated on for appendicitis some lime ago at the Gait hospital, was able to leave thai institution the first of the week and is recuperating rapidly [arm, Mr. George Heat-i formerly citv, but now'of Trinidad, who' has been visiting relatives here for a few dais left for Ins home, in Pnmdad this morning Mr. ami Mrs. Mullin announce tlie engagement of.their daughter, Agnes to Mr. Fred Street. The marriage of this u''" celebrated at" St. church oh Tuesday; August 20th. A weekend piiU bf pleasure crs (will holiday ai BanlT, be coiirpbscd of.Mr. and Mrs, Md Bougall, of Saskatoon. JMiss tpriii, Miss Crahan and Gillis: The party .will motor .from .Calgary S. T: -Urown, of Ontario, wil conduct bluets in 'si church M the service thn choir will render the them' "Crossing the Bar composed hv conductor, Mr. "Uoberts, to music', the choir Ncelanti lormcrij of tho, "E stqies department of tin j thi who has: been, appointed: purchasing of the natural resources de- partment pf thp C P U at oalgan eft for that citv on luesdat nighl SID PORTER GOES tO G.T.P. Winnipeg, Aug. is anuouac- cd that Sidney Proctor Porter has been appointed executive of the Grand Irunk Pacific railway with leadfiuartem at Regina. Mr Porter up to a short time dgo held the position of Deputy MinUter of Railways and .Telephones for the province of Saskatchewan. This, is a new office created, and iMr. Porter is the first to occupy thei poeltion. Mrs. Neeland will about the first of September. His grace the Archbishop of Ru port's t and ami Mrs1 MAtheson an nounce the engagement of their daugh tcir, Maude', to Tren- holme, son of .Justice and Mrs. Trcn- SON A. qutet wedding on evening Vugust ai home of the bndp son, 113 I9tli N Dicw (Mi% joined in matrimony to Mr. James Arclidckin, both of KiiiL nondale. The nuptial knot was Ued'bv hnlme, of Montreal; take p! ice in St Winnipeg, Sept. 19. The marnage will John's cathedral Elinor Gljn has just filter! up a tiny- home in Park Lane, London, where Kite has this-season 'brought out her daughter, Miss Margot Glyn. The Hdj and her mother were pre- sented at court i shoii tnnq ago, and arc a good deal in society i, Mifcs Lettice Bentloi richghttull) en ertained her Sunday school class, vhich is the pnmar) class of St Sunday school, at her home on Eighth St., yesterday af- ernoon wee toth enjoyed the Affair and spent! a happy afternoon in outdoor games of various kinds (ht, Cljo Jackson The riottci Guild will their ucckh to the Gait Imspttal at three o clock tomorrow afternoon Garden hlossoms and grccnerj will be much appreciated. Of Interest to Women Jt will.he interesting.lo learii.after this lapse of time espccialh to th Marys Of Alberta, who added thei contribution to thr of the account to which a-portion of th Marv Coronation Fund" hiis bee turned. It will be remembered that prev ous to the coronation ot Her Gra ciotis Majesty, a plan was-conceive lerebj the OL the empir ight show their apprnciilion pf th honor, to their name, by con ributing louards i coronation gif for the Mary about to be crownei Queen. Lady Grey accepted the respons'ioility of the-work in Canada QUALITY CAKES SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Angel Cakes, each..................................... Devil Cakes, each ..................1 per dozen................25c. Cream Puffs, per dozen, To make sure of getting them, leave your order before Friday night And get them at Orpcery, pofnjnloji Block, Phone _515; Crawford A, Podfler's Grocery, 8th AVe. South, 316; Conner's Corner 9th South and 1Uh fit. South, Phone 1035. OR A3K OUR DRIVtRS JOHN GILMORE'S STORE L.1 C, Office Plume 378" SI. Phone J027 HUDSON'S BAY Co. Foremost in 1912 "The Greatest Traders of the Great West" When our Store is thronged from morning till evening with eager cus- tomers after such bargains as these, it is impossible to give each buyer, the prompt attention which we desire to accord to all. Our staff is anxious to please, but has its who are not compelled to defer their shopping to the last will benefit 'themselves and confer a favor on us by coming early. Table Linens With the new table linens arriving we find that our stock is much larger than nccBKiary and in order to reduce it we arc placing on Sale on Friday and Sat- urday all our best Irish Table Linen at a special cut. price. These goods are lileached to a .white and have a beautiful satin gloss. There-la a range of 10 patterns to choose from, including polka dots and floral Uesigtis. Regular values up to (72 til', and Saturday only 83c Shoes to Fit '.The wearer and the weather. Right in price, style and leathen 'Still a fetf broken lines left in ladies' arid children's shoes, which we will offer on and Saturdaj at 4 HA per pair 9 I GIRLS' TAN CALF ankle strap .shoes a-iid black j and tan blucher cut ox-forda Special .for Friday aiid Saturday AXMjNSTEf! RUGS, very heavy" quality. 27 x Regular im dij and Satuidaj Special fl> Qfi each 91 BVV CHINESE "6TRAW MATTING e-ttra quiiht> Friday auiJ Saturday per t 16c. Fancy Muslins and Scotch Ginghams I for Fancy Muslins and Scotch Last ca Ginghams Only a few pieces left. Wednesdaj s hair holiday special lightened our stock very considerably in these lines, but have some left which WL will clear on Mriay and at a big saciJflce FANCY MUSLINS reg values 20c and Jie per jud SCOTCH QINGHAM8, l values 15c, per yard for 12 c 10c HUCK TOWELS, tull bleaCliM, ettra quality ith fancj bordei mrranied All pure iriah linen 2n x JS Kegulftr 8Do Fiidaj and Sat uiilj IOC A Splendid linestmenf Gents soft fronted Negligee 3hlrtif all Ufe anfl popular colors Come earJy .nd gut first choice Regulai rallies flJu to trlUav and fl A A Baturdaj ohly 9 I .UU TIES splendid M- all newest shades Regular 60c and 75o Pildaj and Saturday only GENTS' TAN OASHMEBE 12 Splendid Hearing quality Prldaj and Saturday special 3 pall for 9 Ostrich Feathers and Marabout Boas And cut down for Frldij s'litld Satindiya selling This shbuld nioAe an exceedmglj pobulu AS whit is more useful 01 dress- foi these cool evenings- than one of these dainty briint'ul of warmth and comfort. come In plain black white and mi ufai> black natuial and gre> tipped All put into two lots for Friday and Sat nrdaj Former Plicee up to for iis the [either }e( with white Formei prices up to }9 00 for Friday and Saturday Specials from our Grocery Department that will in_ sure you Two Buying 25c Extra fine quality. N EW. POTATOES, .special tor Friday und Saturday, lo Ibs, for LEMONS, Friday and Saturday Special, per doz. arid Saturday special, per dozen. 25c 35c 30c PURE DAIRY BUTTER, Fndaj and Saturdaj special per pound t s brand flour flflm 24lbi I.Tnililj and Siturdft} nnh OvU GROCERY DEPT. PHONE 313 and From, for anil near donations from, the Marys, whose names were, to ,ap- oh the honor poured in uitil finally the itind was closed and orwarded to Lady Grey at tlnvern ment House, en route lo Jngland. DisputchcK told that the. gift had cached the olie, for whom SI was in- ..ended, and thru naturally other fliich ions feplaced it in interest. The Mnrvs of Alberta, must hear low .1 holiday Iiouui for working ;irls has lu-eu purchased and fitted up t .Whlleslablc, Kent. "Barn House" is tlie'.ratliei" uniu- iting name painted the wicket, ate, iind in striking contrast to the ospitablt (lower hordeied pa'hs tint ead up to the great oak entrance oor, elaborate with, worm-eaten arvmgs. The quaint old building of red brick, nterruplcd with (rcjjucnt black lieams nd bottle glass'windows, was away ack in the fillicth cetiturv, ,1 harn. The lapPKtrics and Hoor cushion of ife groat entrance hall were sent Hucklnghaiti palace, und the liina service was chosen by the Queen The Queen has taken a personal Iprest In nil the arrangements which been going un for nearly, twelve oiHlis-aiid is to visit the home mietime durinu; the summer. The rls who arc to enjoy Hie comforts of the. Barn. House arc all members of the London-, Girls' Olub Unioi sqii'D of them -factory hands, some shop assistants. Fourteen of them go at i fum staunj, i fortnight The girls breakfast nt fl, and have no rules: There provision for. bathing, a tennis court, and lawi and excursions ate organized for those who care to join The grounds .comprise ..an orchard where the, girl guests nitty pick fruit at will a flower garden and a pool shidctl nith tapcrm., nislns and rrcds: There is a poultrv vard; and an old summer-house, and a tank, green with rust, dated 1700. HUG opportunity to i holi- day amid beautiful surroundings has hctn provided not onlv hv a Queen's gracious kindness, but ilso by the loyal generosity of the, Marys of the Empire, and the Marys of Alberta have! contributed -their RAILWAY COMPANIES SCORED Ottawa. action-of the iaihva> companies in tie price of tickets foi going West to take In haiveat opciatlons comes in for some criUdsm bj (ho Ottawa Cillften. Tho Cilixen thai the decision of tho railways mc.ins that prpctjtallj the harxest help will nnfnnded at Winnipeg, anil that the farm- can do as they like about galling them further on the CONFERRED WITH SIR WlLF Ottawa, Aug. l'Kr-A conference of ex-Cabinet ministers was' held. Jhis afternoon In Laurier'sLof- fitf in the Pnrliiment building In addition to tlie Opposition leadci there were in attendance. Sir Freder- ick Borden, Hon. Rodblphe Leihicux-, lion. Sydney Fisher, and'-hon. Chas. Murphy It Is understood that, matters per- taining to the oiginlzation of the discussed as uere plans of iction and the to be pursued at the oppronening. sessinu Of Parti., tnent. ST. BONIFACE CELEBRATES St. Boniface. 'Aiig. old cathedral town is enfete todny am1 ligh niaBB was celebrated at; the .Cath- edral by Arch-Bishop Lankevan, in lonor of the fiftieth jianivfcrsary of the entry into the Oblate order ol Ilev Joseph McCarthy, the first parish iriest of St. AUry's, Winnipeg, and who founded the Hrst. Roman Cntho- Ic school in ..Winnipeg. Tho Hev is now domiciled ill Diilutb iliun., but was here for the occasion. CLIMBED TO TOP WHfeN INTOXICATED Calgarys Aug. OfHeapfo. this, evening. GUlesplfi was a tin- roof worker, and whlM intoxicated, cllinbfid to the of tho IwIIdhiK. evidently under the mprefialon that he was at his work. in tlio I'arMainent-House at Ottawa, Women and children.fainted in the crowds vhleh.greeted the ConnaughU ,at Glace Uay, 9. ru WILL- TAKE ACTION AGAINtT UNIONISTS London, Aug Dundee Ad- vertiser, an influential Liberal orgAii, prints the startling hint that the gov- ernnvant ig prepared to take ictioli should tho inflnmmatory apeeches and doings of A tionar Law, dlt- Ed-! Carson and.Frederick and other CoiiacrVatlye in inciting Ulsterltea to revolt, hare ellect, of oklng diBturbanc.es in Ulster '.thiis bringing them within the pale of the newspaper re- calls that Parnell.tanrt his associates lodged m Kllmamham jail in similar circumstances. MRS. T. M. GIBBS DEAD Ottawa Aug, occlirr- ?d hefe late last night in her year, of Mrs. Qifibs. widow of the Jate Senator T, M, Qlhhs, of Osimwa. Frank M. fiihbs. member of tho Do- minion firuin Commiaslon. arrived at th-e capitnl this morning to attend the obsequies of'hie mothei1. The death of Mrs. Glbhs recalls in- teresting Coii'i'eder.ition Her husband, the late Senator Gibbs, HAS member of the first MncDonal.il ministration, and the fii'fit Parliament' of Canadn. Ho defeated GPO. who fell from the sraf.'oldfni; of fbcUt the first election after f II. Natural Hesources tlon, and find the honor of seconding late last night, died of his tnjuijet {tho address in the first, session held ;