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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta August 23, 1012 THE LETJTBIMDGE DAILt HERALD Offlct, 1t84 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: If dip your, heart In stinsniiH.', if you wet your.HPB willi sin -e. Von will want to live 'forever, 'Stead of just u little wlille. '..-.V.Wll. "Keep nlooT I'l'orn -ay 3 on Iceland pout, "for sadness is indeed a licknoss of the The gloomj soul aggravated misfortune, while, a cheerful smile often ..dispels those mists that portend a Mr. P. J. Miebach loaves tomorrow morning to 'resume his studies at the Leland Stanford University. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, of In- Bersoll, who have been guests for month with tho latter's sister, 'Mrs. 0. D. Austin, left for home this morning. Mr. J. H. Smith is visiting in Cal- Ka-ry. Miss Leone HalK left yesterday to vlEft for .Tabor. a few days with friends' in and Mrs. Menzies returned yes- terday from j Iwry. vacation '.spent at Dlds- Mrs. Kafton-Caijning hap; returned from a'delightful visit Vlfli friends in Calga7-y and Edmonton. -Misses Marguerite and Hazel fetev-enson "left H yesterday} afternoon lor Vancouver and other'coast cities. "Miss Jackson, of Gait, arrived in the city on Tuesday, and will reside !here in future. .Mr. Lever .'returned, yesterday morn ing from-the. Kootenay Lakes where he, spent a three-weeks' vacation. Miss Bass has return-ad-after spend ing a pleasant vacation.at the coast cities Mrs. P..L. Naismith and Miss Pat- w.ilpbe-tea "hour: hostesses at the Country Club tomorrow. G: C. Ives has returned from 'hi rlsit to tho Coast. He went as far as Los Angeles. He-is greatly improved Jn health, as tho result of his holiday, 'Advertiser. Tomorrow tho we-skly tennis tea he served as usual at the'city courts. 'If this splendid weather con- tinues, the courts will likely he taxed to their capacity The personnel of the Duke of Coil- naught's party on H. R. H.'s visit to "Western Canada is as follows: Field Marshall H. R. H. the Duke of Con- naught; H, U. :H. the Duchess of Con- naught; H. R. H. the Princess Pat- ricia; Miss K. Felly, lady-in-waiting to H. R. IT. the Duchess of Con- naught; Miss C, Adam, lady-in-waiting to H, R. H. the Princess Patricia; Lt. Col. H. C. Lowther. C.M.G.. M.V.O..' U. S.O., military secretary; Captain T. H, Hirers Bulklej, CM G MVO coniu droller and Major S Worth ington, R.A.M.C., M.y.O., medical of- ficer; Captain W. Ixwg, D.S.O., aide camp Captain II C Bullef aide- de-camp; Mr. W. R. Baker, C.V.O.. re: presenting tho C. P. R., and several re- presentatives of the British, American and Canadian Press Association. Mr. and 'Mrs. Van Kumiel, of Now York City, who liave'-been touring West, are guests'with .Mr. and Mrs J., Holnnd lleebl. AMiitorla 'Mari and Mr. and H. Power, route Mrs. D. A. Taylor Uat night receiv- ed a message stating that her, mother -Mrs. J. C. Price, of Havelock, Brunswick, hud t 'away. .Sin :core sympathy iii'.Cell: for Mrs. Taylor in her sad Mrs.' of Moose Jaw, who 1ms'been viaiting in Criui- brook, accompanied, by Mrs. G. Mcth and .children, rflturned'to the city yes- terday. Mr. anil Mrs. Moth'went on to Spokane and will return on Sunday. -Miss Mcllwralth, court stenographer of Berlin, Out., who has been the guest of Premier of gagkatehc ;wan, la the guest of'Mies ShanU. Miss lilcilwralth is very' up with W-estern Canada and -w4II proba- bly decide to reside 'in the West. Mies M. a. one-time valued employee'of the News'office, but who has recently .bean-living.in Hamilton Out., is at present on a.'visit to friends In Medicine Hat. Mjss Peart 1 also visit and Cal- gary before returning cine Hat Newg. Their Royal Highnesses the Duke uid Duchess of Gonnaught and Prin- cess Patricia have' accepted the, hob 'Hality of Sir William and Lady Mac- kenzie, and will again make Benven- uto their home during their visit to Toronto in- connection with the' com- ing cereraonias of the exhibition. Mrs. J. B. ftauter, president of th> Art tha there will be ho'meetings of the clu until the second week in Septapiber A wedding was celebrated AVcsIe} parsonagp at four o clock on Wednesday -afternoon, when Miss Vio let H-ettte Crist pf Keho was jomec in mariiage io William Isaac Keho The bride bri-dagioom unattended- nuptial knot bet.'ig tied by the Rev. A piettj weddjng was it Wealej paispnage at eight thirtj on Tuesdaj when T Peji> united in Miss Palsh Graeuo of Veu Dayton to Mr Ben Amuudsen of Qpdaifl Miss Lottie tye% of Neft Dai-on biiUesmaid Jfr B II Gi eeno pel formed The dutjeq of groomsman A (ecpptlop juas held on HARD FOR A WOMAN TO CONDENSE A MESSAGE (Montreal Herald) "Dour come home aeon as possible. I am Vcl." This is the a Aloirirea man received a few days ago from his wife, lie was away from the city a the time on a business trip and this telegram chased him, from' place to plact! and-finally hi in, wbei he was in Norfolk, Virginia. lie was. staggprc-U, He hud lefi home but a short lime before and he thought that lie had never seen his wife loolting better. Now she wab dying. He jusl burned speed ii getting back io Montreal. Arrived at his home lie fount! hit. wife in a hammock ou the 'back porcl reading a book and apparently in the best or health. was more stag evening itt borne of Afr 7 B Gieeno Dayton when a of frlenda were tendance. in at- BA MitCH ELL nhehomeof Mr and Mri I B Mit chell, J24S.r Fifth avenue .South, .was the scene of a prettv wedding at eight thirtv bu Wednesday evening when their slaughter "Florence Irene Mit'Ida became the bride of Mr Henry L Bajcroft The bridenmaid Mrs Joseph it chell jr of Bou Island, while the attended by .Mr., ,The gered (ban ever. ''T (hough t you wore dying or pos- sibly dead 'by this he gasped. "Probably you can tell me 'what this and he handed her ilie tele- gram. His wife laughed delightedly, you know 1 could only .send ton words in that slin said.- "1 meant to say that I was dying to see you but 1 couldn't get all lhal into ten words so I had "to stop at dying." Can you. h-ea-t it? The telegraph operators at the rail road stations and at telegraph oillcoa about town can tell you a good many funny stories regarding the difficulty some people find in condensing tele- grams into ten words. Women Find It Hard "Women appear to have the most trouble In writing a ten-word tele- said She operator at Uona- rentiire station "today. "it Is -funny to walch the average woman attempting ifl say all that she wants to say in ten words. She comes n here, makes a couple of false starts scratching out what she has written ml starts in ail over again, 'While she juggles about, fourteen Mindles and a purse in one hand, she riizea a pen in the other and.gets all ready to go -fo work. She up her face and wrinkles up her- fore- head and gaxes around the. station with Far Rockaway expression, wait- ing for an inspiration. Puzzle For Aunt Jenny 'Sometinvas they give it up for a and come over to me to oeok expert advice. Some times they got rvyay with funny Hlte-thir oiieVllmt a girl hand-ed me yesterday without as much us blinking an eye- lash or cracking a smile: "Awit you snc my taffeta parasol around Ion Jfilhol." "I'll bet Aunt trying to figure 'tha't out-yet, I .suppose the girl who.sont that telegram meiuu to ask AuiU-Jtiimy'lb forward the sol if it W'UB n round the house or store It away In -baled'hay1 or something of that kind. ;.Et'lieb probably thought that she h'ad. made'herself clear. H funnier one than that though; yTkero.Js a Kii'l who comes in here eye_ry once.in a while who sends code nietjsagca to her fian- cee. She'camTj in here, the other dn and got away like this 'NMnety cats playing .rag time, shooting biscuits, soda crackers mince pie.' Makes 'Em Take to Drink "That Is the ..kind: of thing that ma-kas telegraph 'operators take to h-ard he continued. "Some- thing ought to be done in the way of legislation enactment io stop people from sending messages like that." Every .once in a while the news papers contain accounts of mistakes mado in telegraph mes- sages. Sometimes the mistakes arc funny, some times they are serious, not to say One of the big New York companies is being sued by a man who became estranged from his liancee of a mistake the company made in a message sent by h'lm to the girl. As he'sent it tlie -message rend: "I love you for ever." The message the girl received.was "I leave you for over." No wonder she refused to let lilin sit on the from stoop .after that. It's Easy to Slip The chief operator in the telegraph office of the Canadian Pacific Rail- way cited of curious mis- ;akes that had come under his ob- "crvation. Jn telegraphing it is very easy to mistake the letter "w" for an "I." So .hat happened, a fe'w days ago ai nessage, Intended for the Dominio Coal wjt. sent out of tl oI-Hce addressed to .the Dominion Co iompany. It took a little time an considerable profanity to straight .hat mistake out. hi the same way it is easy to rai ake the letter "I" for "t" and a Me iag-3, intended 'to convey the inform ion ilnt a foundation 111 be lead iaturday" was interpreted to mea 'Found a lion ready Satii FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS At the Hudson's Bay Stores Of More Than Ordinary Interest to Exhibition Visitors Ladies' Sample Fall Suits, Regular Values up to On Sale at bi'ide was attractively .gowned in pink silk, faarm accessories her i being iitisticallj uith oiangc blcssoms. The" bridesmaid wore ti pietU creition of v hi e s'lk A sum ptuous dinner served at tl 3 conclusion of the cercmom U 10 0 o clock on Mondaj mcrn ng, at tlie Homo" bride's broth- er, Dr. .1. 12. Wright, occurred the mar- riage, of Miss Gynthia Louise Wright to Mr. Cyril Frederick; Jackson. Only the immediate frlqnds of the contract TIE parties and i fep intimite friends were present at the "ceremony, which ilia performed bv RBA A A Ljtle of Creek Echo. A quiet wedding WHS solemnized his afternoon at tho rnsidence of .the iride's parents, when "Miss Katie Hae, laughter of Air and Mrs lames Rao if 03G Esplanade, was married M. A. Brown, of this.city. Rev. Morrow was the .officiating clergyma They: leave tonight on t-h-sir hone moon to Island, th home of the bridegroom's other..Eastern Ha News, August HAD HOMESTEAD NEAR MEDICINE HA .JMoose Jaw, eatin a meal in a restaurant today, a ma named Ttickout suddenly died, stranger had stood him lunch, as h seemed in hard straits. Nothing I known of -the deceased-localJy. Home si-aad papers in his pocket sbowe that he had taken out a homestead i Medicine -Hat. There, was nothln else iu his 'possession; but .a pocke knife. An inquest will be held, What Words are useless to express th wonderful magic of White Swan Yeas Why we have'never had sue: u'x'ury on our labie S.old ii packages or 6 c ikes for sc Tree sani )le by White Swan Spices ft Cer jals. Limited. Toronto, Ont. Twolvi-only, sample suits-in-lliis seastm's-.very.'newest ilesiens for Fall wear Coats are modelled in those smnit plain UlloiPd etfects, come In the 32 In lengthvand aie made from impoited tweeds and .uorttcdn, la tbofie much .sought after rough, heather effects. All .sizei. are. represented in' the assortment aud regular! high at PQ.OO. .On sale at Ladies' Tailored Skirts Values up to for Here are to be found skirts tor every, possible .occasion either afternoon or dress wear, panamas, and -serges In- black and all colors, Venetian .cloths and Some uith the and popular high waist effect, with or- belt. All sizes are here in regular -up to ?S.OO values. On Friday and Saturday Your choice Boot and Shoe Dept. Comes Forward with Remarkable Values For Ladies We have placed on sale about 100' pairs of Edwin C. of world-wide high grade; shoes, including pumps in tan .ind gun metal, calf dlt.o poplin, gun-metal, tati calf bluchers, the. smartest of styles and the most re- liable qualities., Tlegular up to 00 On Sale For Men' Tan calf Oxfords, .with" sniai t tips aod eited with soles and jour choipe of round or nanou regular price of oD On Sale Another of patent 'Gun-metii) Bliiohera and Oxfords worth up j.o oO t For In the Men's Wear Department Men's Outing Sltirts .In white aud colored .duck mercerised cotton1 with silk 'stripes good full body and have turn-down reversible, collar; all sizes H to 17; regular t J1.25. For75c Men's NegligeeShirts In coat'style, made from fine French prints 'and zephyr cambrics; regular up For Boy's Blouses Made from fast color Eng- lish reg uiatlon collar; regular up to S5c.' For 40c SALE GOODS' ARE FOR CASH ONLY AND MAY NOT BE EXCHANGED For Children Possibly It Is .around this table where most in- terest will'-be centred, for here are'gathered all odd- stock -In both and Child- ren's shoes! many worth double and: treble' tht price asked foi Friday and Saturday The Hudson's Bay Stores Army Corkers Will Pray (Continued from front The General UelieveSj on the whole, large part of. the work is stili .niong the lowest strata oi society ml hu has great holies of winning a vay among the working classes. Th: also 'sees an immense field or activity'in" the service of foreign nd colonial governments, and especi- lly. among chc criminals anil the ribes, of, India. He thinks there is reat room for an extension of wotk iv.'ong the suffering people in the Tnited States and he helieves that n immediate stop'.should lo. pen in .China which, owever, rnouoy is needed, as Uio pic idicc there agaiust foreigners would lake the ordinary mo.lhod of sending fncprs about llm country ini-rTectual. c adds "We must rely on taking converts and treating them in a Mitral organization." Speaking generally, Lloolh tliat lie would rcjoior, in the. Serai's botiy, clad.in Uencial Booth ''midland successor of Oeueral Booth, to mv soldieis I say lit concia- IL( us honor. mid Ine lo sion, save, 1 1 roni I ornioii, hod the evangelist's ,'lale residence at to Congresb Hall, Clap- Ion, in the lunUieast of London, it will lie in state and Saltird.u he plans (or tlir 1111; in aie the sajnc .is. those -out when the body of his-wife lay in stati.1. 'I lie coflin lies' on the same ou'i which a huge canopj the sidr of the coflin an oil ]ioi trait of his wife is Flags of all nations adorn ail lepresenlatne of tiie Sab.i- lion Aimj's oppuilmns. Throiiglioiil the a .stieaiii of- callers passed into the lute Genera 1 h notlost residence nt- I ladlev. Wood s'otliinp, about the cxteripr of the wo storey villa indicated the pros nee of death. Tim Minds' were iir.aM.-n down onlv in tlie windows of Hie small bed room containing n single brass bedstead on la> (lie Jen {till dress uni- form of with the''familiar rrd l following-; message "I beg JOH and all your accept deepest and most heartfelt svtnpatlu in the irreparable loin votl and the nation haie suffeieri In tijc 33-Heiieial Hoolli's dtdU) of ,flm gueat( and vvas rtnoiOd late tonight from to.bc forgottpn falhcr H is a Inch will hp ielt thrqughout the hole but thank Qod( his lue forever (Sigwdj Alexan.iia." Mrssjgct. of condolence also been ipcencd from King Christian of Denmark, General Louis ier of the Union of South Vfnca Lord Islington, of New 1 ord Koscbcn and many othci prominent 1 j jersey. Above tlip hpd .drooped the j Hag, and at the hud liung icline of the Army if the spirit in this regard, he says lonld, in brief; he" for not k iad ihing.s above (he ground." j tho Hug the General carried on his flic (icmial IMS gie.il to t ah.in when IIP touml I'.il ic dutnaud of the nooi for bnlici: jOsUnn in In other rooms nf URtfs and tin! liighcr i.-ondiUohs of "IP lioiisi; Um of tint Army Ins pit sihrtiHS is inif niiei) on a nsinl ii to help all v.id lililven in r'nluiiial lnv j, to IL ide of itliy he savs In1 dops buliiiYc JMLI .is Hi-1 uiHil.ini bis fiiliirr. in iDtnnetiis of tin1 niiurai'lfir of tin it ;t. inspjintion con id have Imped work Kllmip Kit licjHitiinI, j Qurrn Mollicr Inlu am deeply moved ami itispiictl '-graphed to HramncN.fiontti, tho st'5 will) small In u'irti the '.s before1 com h here i.s under a Kefvrtifig tolgesUon tliAt tilt- coflln Iji: eolivdv :d to i- Abiiev J'ark u cIn mi a K.WI c tl LOCATE AT- PRINCE RUPERT Woodstock, Aug. B. Taylor, for several years connected with the Woodstock Sentinel and thp magazine Rod and .Gun In Canada and for sonvc lime secretary of the daily section of the Canadian Press Association, left. Tuesday for Prince Rupert lo assume the management of the Daily-News. Certain in results beca use purest in q u a 1 ity; try it and ;