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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 2fl. 1011, TIIK LEinniunoi; DAILY EDITED iV "INO" Phong 1224. Residence Phone 774. E.W.CILLETTCO.LTD. TO'RQNTO ONT. (lood actions aro the invisible hi up of floors of .1. K. Hiilcli, of (ij-p.ii Falls, was 1 ly visitor vestcrdav. POLITICAL NOMINATIONS Mis'-- Kvans is leaving Ihc1 city to jtrn.J Uii- winter months in Toronto. Tlie Klov.'cr (inilil visited I IIP 1 loxiMlnl yesterday afternoon. (iiiild wishes to .Mrs. nc Mrs. K. N. li'igiiiboiliam, Mrs. W. Mai'Domilil. Mrs. Anlmr Rrid ai Hawtlen, who very nt'iicroiif; to the retjiiest for KnitvIHe, Quo., ,-uif.'. op: ft-1 til'.on in Huuyillc Imve cli 'n- j "ibreyil.- most, poj.'iilar UP.vpiciatis- in -tire and j I'-ti enter, at'! once up n a Mr. Dan l.rarv, of this diy, sd his mother and sister, i land, lieen .summoned. I. Dnseull, de.sipicr of the Mriy-.stor.es, j.s spending a few in a Holiday tour at Bnnll. I Mrs. F. I1. I'linylie.'ic, assist s HI, by MiKs Match, Miss Hawden and BowjMisM KlaiiK- Conybt-an-, arranged aim distributed llie flowers, which helpi d j very considerably to bri.thu-ti nu1 f'aiiada. She intends Iravvlliiifc1 tli rough the wilh a view to writing n book. Miss 1'iilleii-Hur-1 ry has already visited New j Mouth Africa and Auslralia. She is it fellow of Ihe Hoyal Inn Coolhrilh, (he California writer, i.s planning a of au- thors and writers nndrr the aiispin's of Uic I'neilk: iVtmirn's Acsocl- ntiun during Ihc I'aiiania-I'arilic ex- position in 1015. Mrs (.crt.nide Ailieilnn, the novel- is co-operating Miss Conl- brith, and Kite has hci-n pminiiied and women. 1 n connect ion nil h I he proposed congress ihe I'aeitk- Cuasi Women's I'rcss Association, whit-li has IK-CM oxisteiRT I'or- twenty-five yi-ars, dr-! jjires {o'invite an-1 vu'lnimo Iherarv ti'rri'linc; things In here, such as workers from all pails of llie v.orld. Kn.dish with its Aside from the mcmiicrs of ttu- as- bwtiiiil bathing; hrurh and Cnpihnm jiViatiiMi iiiunj pi HIM i in-ill ediu'ation- N'orlli ViineotivtT. alisU', ainoiif; wlnnn ,no Dr. Bmia-. U> M-vcrnl days in Victoria, which is miich more heantiitil than II McKlllop left today for Um, will visit a 01 weeks with her sister, Mrs. uprihlor, AUK. riuy'ri1 Conservative eoiivmitiori .1. A. of St. Hariholomew. nominated to rmnoE-? More-men t Uhi-rnl camlidaif VGrain Growers' Candidate Ferdae, Sasli., Aug. HIP and Miss .Jackson tt- Liiinra! 'Wednesday night 10' (NI'liC'1 ycslmlay frojr.' pleasant vn- dei'2KatoK lo Uattlei'ord. .1. I-1. I rip In V'ani'ouvei, Victoria, li'iinhlc w.'is chosen to and takn j-Scaf tie and liruxtpF. of iwo other C lifts j fclnrk find F. Furhpr. Grain j H. S- Wallace, of Chesty Wrowei-a--AMocliitian arc ciideaiorinp former valuud member of the lo hdVc LDeral delegates elected whn slaff oF nrp also train growers and i the convention voin for Die firaln liev ailfl VVll! nnl to decide proper i Liberal Krowm-B' dolo Miss Siiarniiin is .liiVifin home loiv.orrow fruni Suuria, Mini- itoliai where .shr- has been liolulitvinn. Ur. I'.-nl of llie Vancouver, lot, nearly as Indues anif all or Koine vei'y quaint, and Inn- MI the idea. Ihc i grounds are enclosed will! very hiKli .fences. In Victoria, in driving, the vi-liirles lo led, which is also distinctly We saw the oce.in linrr, tlie Strath- yon nil! juidtMl lliat iii dry dock licre. if the favors. The list included Clcincnl, 1 will endeavor k, Kive ym, Tii" riocKii iirc and can he Hc-l'. some, f.iint idea of llie glorious seen- sis aollrs nl Uie rale oi UiJ 'of our own Canadian wesl. jnlloirs per miniile. 'I'l'B Princess Adelaide and'Princess I'lmrlotle, ninning hel.ween Dona .Murray was Ihe hostess last evening of a smart card1 recciilH rcturiicil from 'party. The drawing rooms WCLC ra- cnils''- .in ariielc mi the 'dianlly pretty wil.li sweel decor- tr'P I't'R1'1 in'i'iestin.; to some, latioi.s fi'ivc liundred was played, ''ei'dr-rs. N'ecrssarily, Helen I.elhhridpe and Mr. Fred "llls( uf licrsoaal nn- DOM-HIT lieing the fortunate winners !'llt- if nil! i'-'ulmi ilmt 'or Hi 'Ihe' .Misses Helen JlcKlllop, 'en J.elhliridge, J.aura 1 (._ j lienticy, Dorolhy lici-lley. Stella i Florence Inzoh; -on Ltiaving hero on Sa'iirrlay arc to attend a at Bat Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Anderson. tlel'ord (he day before ihe Liberal! Xnw Dayton, who have been giies'.s convenlldlv TJr. W. Hill, veterinary for a short, lime wilh Mrs. 'CI. snreoan oV Kinle.v, will ill all Fleming, .Stratllcona Court !ie a candidate at tiio Eralh meeting at llatrlerord Kridtii- La- jllartlic, and Messrs. Hoss I.etlibrid :c. This was oar lirst visit j I'Ved Downer, Cordon Macholli. Hoil-' Calgary, and we were .en aixrei morning ;Uy at to ver and Victoria, are very trim lit- )me bins niornlng. Jlcliclh, wife of the H'olscy's home, J1S Sth' St., was last night', I he scene of tie boats, beautifully -filled out Coinini; home by ihe Arrow l.a'i'er, we fotini! most enjoylilile'an'fl tjiiite a splendid, ami altogether rlv- artt'r so tlilieh rail h b IravullmB. spnnt r, ft-w hours at FOR GOOD 1252 There are many firms to whom you might go. For the best you will patronize THE HERALD JOB DEPT. There are many reasons, hut here arc a few: 1st, A large office fully equipped; therefore, with capacity to turn your work out on time, 2nd. Thu very best itock and machinery, assuring SUPERIOR WORK throughout. 3rd. Wprkmen who vtakc a pride in their pride of the artist In the perfection of his art. Yes, for the BEST printing go to THi: HERALD JOH DKPT. SIXTH STREET. PHONE 1252. MAILORDERS ALWAYS .RECEIVE, PROMW ATTENTION Cicnrgc McKillgp, Fred impressed. The buildings arc goo-I, Willie Henderson and Uic rouds well- paved, the car service als very closoly sniiic (if ils eastern sisters: We MTTC -accoir.Tiindalion whidi 'ortmiau; in at HraeriKT MEN WILL NOT GO BACK TO WORK S: iic 'in Nova Scotia, the list Miss Margare.l, ber classtii in jiiano instruction day. Miss Vraser will Dowsley mailing; tli seii IM vyiilcome all her former l.-ehalf of the other members of the Nelson'mi .Saturday niglil. It is' very. SIM rounded as i it is and with its! water front, dotted with, launches, i row-boats, floating restaurants, etc. i After another short rail trip, we: reached home, bavins learned a little j forme, Aug. is nothing at least of the wonders of Western Canada. (Sriecial to the Herald) much interest. Union official jciiscredit the reports from Bankhead jaiid ganmore tlrat. thos-a- mines ito re-opened at ornce under Alount- ,etl Police protection, ;ind express comr confidence in the ability of the ini-e'n in those camps ,to take care vh.i favors rcciprncily is aniunnic- us- an indepi'iHli'iil candidate I.chnox, Oins Uli .Simcnc. the iliss Margaret McOurk, of Hramp- Ion. Dnl., formerly of this city, ar- rive.-l here yesterday and left for Kd- noon. miles. Soon after leaving Banff iimiii ''I'lllisriay nmining, were surprised by quite a lillle snow storm, as the tl'Hin nearerl At l.aggan arc tilfi'Lakes in the Clouds, which are of unsurpassed beauty. Alpine guides special vessel to convey the dnsh-j are stationed at Lake Louise, Field, ess .lml himself to Canada in Septem- liinerald Lake, and Glacier 'to enable her. His Uoyal Highness thinks that visitors in Scotia, the list or candidates hoiiiK complete with j the nomination of John Sumficld for i 'schools. Colchostei- hy. tlva Conservatives of j lisa posltion'as primary'leach-I "'C in one of the Hllmonl-on pnlilic (o climb in ........y piiruose.. Under the existing tile Governor-General of la- (he Irain enters Ihe Unmet under Calhrdral ossrs the Kicking Horse s into the spiral Inn- GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug.. Moiiday.- August -'3lstv at Mac- opened till 1-2, closed 101 3-1. .'i ieod, rjr. Henry 11. Colpitts, Northern )fii j ensineer. Macleod: and 2 Northern ..100 3-.-1. 3 Northern 9S I F. ol" were 1-4; ,Vo. -I 92. 2 W. SSlljn -W 1-S. C. W. Kx. Keed 3S 1-2, 1 Feed 3S 1-1, 2 Feed 1-2. American Wheat opened i new borne UK 17lli SI...East 101 7-8, closed 102 5-S; .December upon- ed 103 I-l, elosod 103 .5-S; .May opened I 1-2, closed l-i: 'I vear, ifoase, which, report, is not lo be. haniieil the Diite of Tcck.. however, is to be clomil while llnke After a- short honeymoon the happy at Connaiight are will lake up their residence-' in ami al1 nf tllc Ibeir new borne 1711, 'l'r'H-rd loo'; in he exceptionally large 'Sum i M, n i j lies! whirl, fcsii. tbemseive in- oi Win at their hooth al the fair a to included' the money made from if ni t t S A'.tn seem-- sn smail and insi.nnilic-' ant, cpiiiiiarcd v, ilh.lliese (-real, monu-< mc'nls of God's creative skill. Une mus! h'- shallow, indeed, who is not, inipn-ssed and elevated by the stern. nimoM heaufy of l.he RocWes, capped many of i hem are i elclnul snou Dow MEAT MARKET IS I NOW STRONGER i Liverpool. Aug. liogers K i sclh'ni! badges. The ladies <'o. rentf-t here today thai, will, havim; ol" tlicsn hadgcs, as tei.tlement of nil labor disputes. Iboimany people came to the lout; asking and all caltle were readily bought.; Canadian steers made from 12 I-" cents per pound, United Slaloi lo, ,the cralcfnl lo'all .Miss I'lillcn-Burry. author of inak-a as I Saw "in a man sailed last Krlilay'-for Fleers rolide from .12 :l-l cc-nts per pound! lo 1-1 i success of tlie A HOLBROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Imported A bsolulely J i Tli.- n..ii-riage of Miss -Icssie lle'ni- son, second dniiKlile of i Slates Consul- F llenison and jMl-K. lleaison, lo F. Uavis, fpriii- i'erly of Coiuiiihus. Ohio, look place jiil ciftlit o'clock last eveninft at Ihe j home of Ihe bride's parenls, j .'lie. Tin; ceremony was performed by Iliu-h Grant in the pu-sencc of .uily immcdiale friends and rela- lives. A very dainty supper was) Ml anil Mrs. Davis lefl for j j Cranhrool. .'mil Ihe St. Kugenc-'Mis- n, where Mr. Davis i.s f Ihe new industrial I Cure Headache IntUntly Act more quickly thsn Ubletl, pills or' .Wafer. if vonr duHlf-i ilocs kpon them, will ninil you n box (IS now- durs) on ret.-eiut of eonts. J. L. MATHIEU, Proprietori, Sherbrooke, P. U. n tcl'ri'ii- .--now slides have cleared every vesline of from (be jcllfis. and n; other r.pols we noticed (he flesh jriowih of Ihe present year. II is i'l-.'io.-tiilile say which part i.1: mosl ions for, as we sat at tlie fear iln- observation car, (nev- er take the trip without an observa- tion urn- view, which we Ihonrht peiiici at the moment, wo'ild in the next he eclipsed hy something o: s'ealer beanly. I Kcilily. n.i one can have any adequate e.oneepiion of the mountains are llil.e wiihoui them. It i.s trip which every Canadian should. if it iv ;1I all-possible. j We passed along Lake Sim-i swap, whos.- .'.iiimmeriiiK waters were! Ho [in-fly in the moonliftbi. leaeht-d V'aneotner on duy moliilln- and wen- uil.ell Mill thai eiti gave! us i.iipoiliinity to sit'.hi Kjviiijr Theie are so many in- The Season's Smartest Styles in .the Choicest Materials for Your Inspection Our New Fall Suils represent Mil fnsliioiiiible J'or riie iiresenl: season in.Loiidon- and New York. iv aim nl: prodiioino- n suit'tlint contains-'' l.lu! liesf: of the most up-to-date slyles. using a material Ihal: will in ovevyywn.y .suitably express l.liiit style and finally to em- ploy workmanship of the highest ordcivonly. Our choice of cloth for this season leaves nothing to he desired. It covers a uciy large range, from the very finest and softest of All-Wool Serge to the more rugged yet becoming Scotch Tweeds One Spftcial Feature is a snil in yery fine wool serge; the skirt is in Hie latest apron style; it lias n V shiijiecl collar; trimmed vslvol and Inscel finisiitHl Another Striking Example is n Suit of Scotch on enl.irely plain, tailor-made lines; coals trimmed with a simple velvet collar, plain revere. The skirt IK six gored style. .The whole JJA suit jirefii'iitp a vc'ry neat and stylish npiKianncs A Wide Range in Stock IN Serge, Amazon, Tweeds, Cheviots And Upwards Hudson's Bay Company ;