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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August 21, 1012. THE LETHBRIOGB DAILY HERALD PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE IN EWGILLETTCQLm tORON TO----ONT. SERIOUS CHARGE AGAINST CHURCHILL London, Standard to- day nublfstiei ji story from Ug Navy chdrging ppencer ChprchiU'with having given wireless instructions to m. rocfnt "naval manoeuvres from having "presutn- pftvsomlty .tP. lecture to a icorc of .Ejrltjili. Adniiralg on the handling of fjaetB and of a naval war." "The situation would be ludicroui the Standard.; adds, "were It not for tjie aueh ai lneU ha n Teach.ers :MUs !Bow Island; Miss Que.; Misi pmjth, of Cpaticpok, Quo.; Hal- pftmir, of Barqiifi; Bennington, of Barona; 'MiiiiiGertTude Jackson, of Uiile, Sask'.; Miss English, of Kalio, B.q., and P. Alward, of New teachers, who art in the citv tali week "to idutifti, when ichool "le summer ntxt Alontjay, ,The firs} thii Country Natures Scalp Tonic re- woven and falling of the haft- Has a record for growing cases out of 100 Each pack- age contains a packet of Dry Shampoo Ponder Price for romplete borne tieatment 00 Sold and guaranteed by Jackson Co WHY WOpRY FURTHER ABOUT THAT DINNER 1 Let; up .help .you in here today and we will .sbov you some of. the delicious meats that are pletftinc other successful houMWivos iin this town. (hit Mirkit Y, PROP. MaJMtic TH'atr., Phone 4S5 PICKPOCKET DAS LIBERTY Escaped Mnii Police Yel Arrests Never In the history of the city has thero beon wicb a collection of utroiin arm men, tin ho'ras, pickpockets, floators gathered it one time if there are this the past fen- nights they flockJnK In on every ind ywttrdiy they gave evidence ot their prese'ncf. During the afternoon, one sang carried'on a, pick- pocket, business bftween and the fair 'condi- tion o( the cars was fPT taelr purpose, and several re' lleved of'their Bionejr otbef valu- ables In way's: The .police, however, wore t'fl source of the until In the evening Chief -Brwn Kronins In plain, wept out oa the job. They roue In rear of one of Dm cars going to irpunds, and shortly after the car lety the bull- ness section the chief iSe teraatlo three. Two ofUhsin dad ac- cidentally on 'ftlanwlt their vlotlm between ift cir and the railing, while tk> ifl1 hlrti In hip pocket the Vlotlm chief noticed tlty, 'aid 'oallinj Kraltir he n.llft tft NWnf- nBh hi'. kua In MM ItfW ing the light ntt un- til Kronlne arrived Thf three men nere picked up on the carpel of Eighth St. and piith Whjlo the tuo officers arresting Lehman nho doing the Pick- Ing act, made a, from the car. Brown took Ihe ot-hcr dlrftclion, and when met qn i-ide of the car Brown had, hip fn the artist ho thrflp tak- en In ajopi witt? grip which it as used to It wiw a trreet Durlnf thji da) re- llered a Tisltipf and s, for lift tp thf police stailnn where five their names as Lehman McDonald apt} QUpe Thev claimed that had cpnif from Ed- monton where tafy tht fair Among th4jn {fety had one of them cuning over WO McDonald tjijt fthief believes to be waited qn. in Conrad, Mont., was the iMder of fte about 1130 HP a cUtm jrstaway right under the" nose of Oouit Wolt- ers ho A at, oft tne ft the sta- tion McDonald nor looked in th a line on tjic 'inan which result in his arrfM) tovn In the south MILADI 'EDITED BY rHONEt: Office, 1M4 I praline Thee while my on; I love Thee while my go on: Through dark and death, through fire and frost, With anm and treasures lout, I thank Thee while ioy days go on. having'In- Thy life-depth thrown Being and Suffering (which Are a child dropi MB pebble Brnnll Down, some deep well, and hears it "fall.' Thy days ,go on. p Browning. Aim. James. J. .Pent left this niornink on an extended trip to Trinidad, .Mr. H. H, Salmon will reiurae hie clRiies in piano week. Dr. Chicago, in the jueii of his daughter, iVIn. Hugh Don- _ Mr_and of Winnipeg, are tbe gnests'of their H. J. T.'' Air.'and Mrs. T: DtclnpnY of Mac- are- visitors the city attend ing the 'fair. v Proud, of Macleod, it a, guest with Mrs. T. E. (_Ahv.aiKl..JIrfl. Koy.Bri.sco. of Blair- more, are visitors'In the city for a couple of days. "Miss Preston of Napitnoe has been engaged by the school' board, domotlc science teacher, has arriv- ed in the city. Miss Grindley, who is recuperating rapidly after.her recent illness, left this afternoon on" a trip to the coast cities. Dr. W. S. Galbraith returned IBB aro well-known In Raymond, M Alleti having been, for Borne time con nected with the Raymond Mercnntil Co., and Miss Coxon lived here sine her coming to Canada from New-Caatlc on-Tyne about a year ago. A horn is being furnished hesido Mr. Geo Wall's- where the young couple are t reside. An interesting desnatcli from Loi don says: Miss ilelen McLean, daugl ter of .lumen McLean, of New York who has been greatly admired In iety here, Is engaged to marry Majo Herbert Valentine Ravenscroft, of th jJoudan government service. He wa formerly ao officer in a Mancheate regiment ind the eldest son of th late E. V. ttavenacroft, of Far Forts The ongagenient was announce yeiterday. James McLean Is vici proildcnt and director of P'nolp Dridge and. and is inte financially in railways, mine and'other enterpriseB. His Excellency Mohammed Sail Pasha (President- of the Council am Minister of the Interior of Egypt was recently -received by his Majesl King George, when tha king conferrei upon him the insig'hi'a of the Gram Cross of. Hie most, .distinguished Qrd cr of Sr. Michael, and St. George. Ladv Clementine AVaring has l Kriday, August 23, as .the date of th "Heather which she is arrang to hold in Scottish tovrni yillflges in aid of. Scottish Chil dren's League oE Pity. Lady Clemen tine. will, herself, on'-this occasion sell .heather, oh the streets of Edin burgh. The Marchioness of Hcadiort, who it Will be rememhercd, was befor night from a trip to the Nfrs iher marriage Miss Rosie Uoote vlll tone other if three days these In tfce city Chun fed hpteli day giving it hotel Lfthmau and arraigned this morning, but remanded till Aug. 29th. APPLIES TC Oklahoma Editor Dry-Firming Expoiltlon is to Show It is oppor- tunity he nf lined the know what Oklahoma doing safl what she is Q! doipg. There will be no DfttUf opKrtunUy for ad our rfiiourcei thao the IntftfitttotiH Dry Farmed Products it Alberta, Oct 17 the efforts to twcure a Oklahoma ox hibit ihould the co-onratlon or all Oklahoma, DEPUTY PtfQftTflAR DfAD Ont., Aug.. B. Chifflns, deputy of East Northumberland, for rpapj jeit-rs, died of apoplexy, 59., Ht was for- merl> a merchant in Fort fiope Qalbraith will not return untfl tbe end of next week. Mn.- J. F. Sykea and Mrs.-- Nelson rode to the city from Cnrdston jes terday, covering the distance.3n Bight hours. They are gueets Mr. and MnV..W. H. Morris. Aliits .Mabel Butler has received certificate for having auccetsfulb pask ed the teacher training examinations In connection with WeHtminater; Sundjiy school. Aahton, pf praiitford Miss Jean of Strat ford, ;will arrive in, the city this week to take positions on the kindergarten staff of the city schools .Thc'Iadfea of the Relief Society verjr grateful .to the ladies who gen famous Gaiety .dancer, has found new patron in Mrs. Andrew Carnegie People arc so accustomed to asso the great millionaire uith fin SRCe, libraries, hero funds and penc movements tliat to real ize.' Skfbo castle being turned into place for vaudeville one evening The -explanation) isii-tio found i thr. circumstance ihat uMis. Andre Carnegie and hcrr-husband rareiv risi a "theatre, intensel} fomt qf musio and othe forms of eatertamment especiaHj the lighter 1 ind had hear IJarry Lander -.York: and- sec Madame Pavlova she iha never seen' ii real live-marchioness i erously contributed to the lefreshmenf lufetrating the classic evolutions o booth at the fair ye.terfay and to lhc tcrpsichorean atl so the good day, and they wish to kindly empha H s she the importance of each donor send parted MarchioVss of lleadioit ing her donation on the for approached These' entertainments have become a feature-pi, pleasant evening at Skiho but as Miss Carnegie is ai ihe promised, as.otherwise r ments sent-in each day w_UI fall aliort of (.he Rietta Podger a SeptemberJ'nvalld onlj a few of the familj' closest acquaintances are-invited. Th bride-to-be, wag the raison d'etre of miscellaneous shower which ctal Mrs. E. R. Armstrong evening', The honor guest wii clplect pf many beautiful, gifts. Pro gretvive games were bj th guests who numbered "VIri Podgei1 Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Smith Mn Harron Rid pat a, 5. B Armstrong and the Misses L. Podger, Arhistrong Agar, Dlser; 0. Diaer, Alrd, -Sang, Oar aon and Waterman. A London despatch King George and Queen Marj ixill paj a It in the autumn to Floors Castle thi residence of the Duke and Duch'eas' o Roiburghe, at Kelso. Scotland. ''Th was formerly Miss May let, of New York. Our Raymond correspondent writes Raymond is to have another wedding on Wednesday o'.ncxt week, the con tracting parties being Miss Jennie Cox on and Mr. Thomas Allen. Both part BREAD Fit for meal any table SWEET, CUAN DAINTY 4Hgood grocers it, or phone 378 or 1027 and one of our tf call Office and Bakery Open for induction at times ox Gaiett girl has already establishe herself in the affections of-the tamilj fa" Rosie retains all the spnghth ness that made her such a favorft Craictv patrons in the nineties Lady Sybil Grey-Wilson, daughter o Sir- William ,Grey-iWilgon. governor general of the will open manicure shop in Xeiy York. She no only admits that she is going Into bus new for herself, but she adds that In the biiElneia does no pay, she will turn to the stnga for gain and fame. Mrs. Algernon Aspinal) who also has a desire to earn her own Hying, will go with Lady Sybil in case the latter turns to .th-a stage. Mm Aspioall 'n-iH appear as a dancer. V .Chancellor Lloyd George has been for months one of the beet abused mei in Great Britain, especially among i certain section of society women, bu his wife and lUMa daughter have lost the sympathy'and affection of the American colony, who shower invita Lions on them as IC'they were of the blood royal. The daughters of Michael Grace, th remarlubly smart in mannish worsteds and v to New Sweater Coats Complete, stock :of wool; knitted sm eater coats for ladies, girls, children; also raen'w and in all plain colors or your choice of many handsome combinatlonfl, with either high collar or "the "V-neck. New Boots and Shoes latest word in shoe fashions for both Dup and by us from the Canadian manufactureri, that for quslltj, fit nod value are unsurptned. From 65c to our values at to New Brassware Novelties Vfe e juat passed into stock a remark- abh oheap line of fancy brass foods in plain brushed or hammered finish, fern pots, bask- ets v_ases gmoken. sets, trmys, dinner gongs Prices 50c to etc. Men's Fall Suits Sv Nothing but the very best of materials, neWest of all new atylei, and the most der pezidable linings and InterHninga hare en 'fersil' into tailored by men who know. Let us show them to you. Price to Thursday of this week the store closes at 12 noon The Hudson's Bay Stores local soclet) to en homes, where there ll sickness at present, the Wlm- pole Mrs Van' Haarlem's hoaplta.1 and the Nursing Mission. The. flowers came in splendid con dition the asters especially line Of Interest to Women One of .the most prominent and best known Canadian women of the day is Airs. Wllloughby Cummlngs, of Toron- to. writing Iri the Fam- ily Herald and Weehly Star of Mont- real, has the folio-wing little sketch of Mra. Cummlnga and her work: Mrs. WiJIoughby Cummings, who was elected. a vice president of the National Counail of .Women at the re- cent convention of that body at Tor- onto. IB one ot the best known women writers In Canada, and for many years was an active, and well known member of the Journalistic profession. At pres eht she hold! one of Ihe best positions leld by women 'ib the invide civil ser- vice at Ottawa, that of gold secretary of the women's department of the An- nuities branch of the post oBlce de- partment. She was specially selected or this position bj Sir Richard Cart- wright at.tht'time Ihe old age annul; ies system .was inaugurated. Mra, possessed of a.'wonderful lead fqr business and a marked aptl- tide for 'nubile speaking, has shown herself wonderfully well suited for ler position and has done a great, deal owirds Interesting women In the'in; luitles iystem. Mrs. Cunimings, who was educated in her nallve town, Port lone Ont., and ;at. Mrs. Simpson's chool, Montreal, a famous fashionable OB seminary in UK day, la one o! he few women In Canada who can oast of having tHe degree of D.C.L., hat distinction having: beea conferred pon her by tlie University of King's College, N'ovs Sr.olis, In 1910, In re- ognltlon of her literary work, par- cularly In connection with womm'B enovolent work and the Church of England "Wo'men'i Auilliary Mission- ry Soclely. At the time Mrs. Iiiuiininas IK editor of the familiar ittlo uubllcatlaB of the Women's Am- lary, which cli-oiilalx throughout the Knil britadlli. a! CanmlH, "The ietler LcaHet." the .World's 'air in CUicaifd actej a ruinther af CnQadUn pa- irs, HUd letters contained ilbliilied. lulls to thai ilred x fictional ivpiiutiun in nbs; tind.tliA Nprlli- iVrriiorles, the rnull'of her ob- servations being embodied in a series of papers contributed to the dallj prws entitled "Our Indian and In another series in the "Church .enfltled 'A Trip'Through our Mission Flyld's Cummingi was corresponding of the National Couaci'l Jer from 1894 until 1910, and upon retiring from that offlce was presented wltn a well-filled purse and an sddrau from various local branches In tin Pominion in re- cognition of her Ureien ajid Inval- uable services Mri. has represented the of Women at the United States Council and at the International OsiUKll, and In 190S had the honor of befpg aftlected as one of tin few women from Canada to the Pan Anglican Coa gress at London, England- perhaps Mrs. ll most known among vomen by the tireleli on bclialf of the missions of church to uhlch she Belongs, but she finds time to engage other of the good works carried on bj Canadian women She is an active ma.gib4r of the executives of both (he Women's Canadian Historical Society and thf Victoilan Order of N.irses, and laa for a considtrsble (ksirwonan of the ladles' committee of Domin ion Indu-strisl EthlbUloo. Cum- mings to hay0 'come b'ir.-h'er cul- ture and IHerafy'taiies of inherltaDce wsll as by traitilng. 'Tier-father, UK late Rei Dr Sborl of Port Hope, n fine old Knglfsh raptor the school, delightlpg in works and the nother, the daughter of a distinguished :ln the Koyal Engineers, a Isdr of broad great reffnemtlt, and exceptional scholastic attainment W. en you buy matches aik for TrltV A >ITH CLIENT TIP. WILL EXpl.ppfe. IT STEPPED .ON.. Sddy's Watjlus have sit- jillail Canidianj accept no ctltera t. i. Iddy Company, Hull, Cansda ;