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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, SO.HHl. THE JJ2THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CDITID BY "INO" 1224. 774. I of their daughter, Mr [Frank Hwltoy, Phm.IJ., of Leth- j bridge, Alia., only son ol J. Hoil- i ley of Torurilo. The wedding will tako plactt In September. Toronto "Commend me to tho d'ittnl that. 'comes When 1 am sail and lone, 'Ami makes tlm anguish of my heart The suffering of liis own Who calmly shuns the glittering .tlU'Oliij; At pleasure's gay levee, And cmni-s to gild a sombre hour And gives his heart to me. Commend me to that generous heart Which like the pine on high, Uplisls the siime unvarying brow- To every change of sky Whose friendship does not fade away When wintry tempests blow, But like the winter's icy crown, Looks greener through the snow." i Mtss Lena Ingrnm has secured a position as .teacher of the Turner school at Twelve-Mile Coulee. Lady; Rordcn lias sailed for Can- ada. 'She is coming home on the Al- ia tr the .Virginian. Baron Arthur, NewsUdt, of Lon- don, England, is n very distinguish- ed guest at the HaniT .Springs hotel. Miss Trtpp entorlalned Informally at the tea hour yesterday as a cour- MrK'' McAllister tesy to Miss Hunter', ,of Woodstock, who Is-her liousb guest.- a very few intimate friends were viteii. Ninvs. A very quiet wedding was solemn- ised at the" homo of A. Le- vitt, on Saturday, August 10th, when Miss Mary Elizabeth Martin was married to Mr. Leslie Stewart McAllister. Tho wedding was per- formed by Hev. A. Levitt, assist- ed by Hev. A, M. Gordon. Mr. and will reside on a miles from the The Lutheran Ladies' Aid Society will meet on Thursday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. E. Jorgenson, B27 Ninth St. ,S The Woman's Missionary Society of Wesley church will meet in (he base- ment of the church tomorrow after- noon at 3.30. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph, who have heen staying in the city for the past j month, left today for the east Inter will go to Los Angeles. Mrs. E. A. iSharman was ;i charm- ing hostess at the tea hour yester- day, when she entertained in cour- tesy to Miss Wiseman, of Clinton, and Miss Garrett, of Greensboro, SUPPLY OF CARS WILL BE QUITE SUFFICIENT Railway .Officials do Not, Expect Any Dif- ficulty in Handling Wheat Crop .in This District With the cutting and threshing of the large grain crops In this district the farmers are naturally turnlnf their attention towaru iiiu car -supply for the moving of tho crop. It'has boon estimated that thoro bo close tn ten million of grain mar- K'ctcd in the Letlibrlclgg district from tills year's .crop. That IK considered to conservative estimate. Most of this grain will be marketed thin fall byciauee flio partial crop Hi! I tiro of last year will necessitate the farm- Alabama, who are house guests with j .selllug their grain as soon aft-ar Mrs. J. G. Kobertson. Mrs. IS. A. Kiiiirinan received quests wearing a lovely gown of coi'- al crepe do daintily trimmed with pasKcinentrie of the same shade. Miss (Jarrett wore becoming white crepe mounted on blue mi'ssalirie and I large picture hat of Milan straw with of ilireBlilng us possible. To move this orop will require in the neighborhood of seven thousand cam, and while all the grain will not iwcrl (u be shipped ui It means that seven thous- and cars will be needed during the lull in the stations within a thirty- mile radius to move the drop so that th-a elevators will be able to handle blue facing and irirge Mack plumes, uie as It comes in. Miss Wiseman was gowned in j Speaking to oflleials of the C. P. H. i silk am! large picture bat, adorned Mrs. S. Jackson r and of the A. R. I. this morning Manv corrre Sir Henry and Lady Blosse, Ireland, who arc making a tour of presided over the flower-decked table, t. the countrv in their motor car, have two markets of Detroit. arrived at Ottawa. Thev hope In c" h, IWr n.nchte. a tour or the North i'CM' a'ul M'SS MilClll'Ul Tlie vomm -purchasers Ireduently I Amcrican-.eontmc.it r.aii.lVi.spobt, to i I i" Automobile, also, and they itftteti that they., did not believe Uiat thenuwould bo any difficulty in ttcttlng cufh. as roqiilrcd, their reason. Delng 'Umt- "there is very little mer- chandise moving In an easterly direc- tion this fail, so that tho return cars will be almost available for grain. If th-3 coal strike were settled a very ditt'crent proposition would eon front them as in that case both coal and grain would .have to be rirahcd east at the same! What effect the coal fllrik-a will have on transports lion in -the matter of fuel supply they could not say, but it is believed 'that the railways have suliielent stores on hand to tide them over the busiest period. if. would seem then that in spite of the' record crop, of this year there Is less dungor of a grain blockade I Ivan on other years, the reason being the peculiar condition of the freight j traffic at the present time on account I of th-3 prevalent business conditions i during the yauil year.. complete 'their journey hy December. Mrs. Maxwell, of. has I Miss Mott, nl Brantford, who i lie new kindergarten directress Vt.es arrived in the city here in future. and will reside Mr. and Mrs. McLelland, Victoria Mansions, are sending a vacation ai Calgary and I3ar.fi. Mrs. E. A. Sharmnn left this morn- ing to''spend a few days with Mrs J. D. Grassy Lake. Lady Meredith, with Mrs. Peters and her children, have "left Toronto to spend some time on the .Mai coast. ,v Miss Taber, of the Conservatory of Music, will re-open -nor' classes for the full term on-Monday, September 4th. m Mr. and Mrs. Claxville, who were ,visiting their daugh- ter, Mrs. G. Whelen, Sixth Ave., have returned home, Miss May Delaney, ForrI St., who the summer B. C., IB in Calgary.and will arrive home this waek. Misa Ross, assistant superintend- ent at the Gait Hospital, left yes- terday to spend her vacation Campbellford, Ont. a guest Tor a time with Miss Wood, St. Miss aamU Hi'il in the tea room. Among those present were Mrs. Southard, Mrs. Uc Vtbcr, ifits. C. H. How-man, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Robert is son. Miss .Macbeth, Miss .Mcssiu Mac-! Miss Mntch, Miss Vcbcr, j "THE BLUE BIRD" Miss Higin- j .On Sept. 5 Jllas Edna S'jtliertarid, U j tlie famous dramatic urul interpretat- the early r.norning ears aggregating in may often he seen clustered around the eastern market. Ciin lleeplnsMK, fieidaclie, its. Abfoiutcly In their tffcct. If your dealer rioca not them, we will mail you a box (18 pow- ders) bit receipt cbhts. J. L. MATHIEU, _______ Sherbrooke, P. Q. Miss Merdeg, who has been a charming house sliest with Mrs. L. A. Felgcr, today for. her home ih Fargo, North Dakota. Miss Wiseman Mewburn, Mr. Mrs. E. M. Thompson and Mrs. Harvey, of Toronto, will ar- rive this week to join JV.v. Marvcy, daughter, Louise, who have been via.j itlng at; Lake hud Spokane, will 'arrive' home to- morrow morning. in8 staff nf (Wail, Washington, I illcir :lfc Mansions. Miss Plornncc McFarquhar, who bus been a giipst :with Mrs. M. Weber, has rsturned 1o Maclcod. Miss Helen -McFartiiihar will remain Mrs. Weber a week longer. One-third of the automobiles in De- Iroit to be1 owned and opcr atcd by women. According, to :a writer in Harper's Weekly more wo- drive their own cars there witli, anywhere else. The use to which Detroit women put-their, pars are as Miss Archer, who hr.s been summer-j varied as are tlic types of cars they ing at the Arrow La-.fes, will arrive J drive. Tbe gasoline coupe, .the smooth and Miss'1 "3 render, -will appear at the Y. M. A. auditorium In -Maurice .Maeter- linck's masterpiece, "the Blue Bird." Mtes. Sutherland has a great reputa- tion. Of her Rev. C. W. Gordon, D.D., (Hulph Connor) said: "i wish (o say how much ,J enjoyed your reading of ihy works' last evening j ially delighted with your prcsentii'-ion was charmed by ..he snht- tily and your portrayal'of th-3 clemenU into the nuk- ing of Gwen's chai'acter. You were exceedingly happy-in bringing out the imperious, spirit of tbe little 'prin- cees.'-aml'at the sa.ni-e time you saved her from mere 'impertinence and in- Jhc takc lhe Victona iioinc on Satiirday, and will resume her classes at' of Music on Monday, September 4th. Mrs. Will Heeb, who has been visit- ng with Mr. and Mrs. J. Xormnn -IcRh for tiie last two weeks, leaves .orhorrow for her home in III. Mr. Will Heeb will remain in .he city for some time longer- Admiral TOGO and his suite were at. ianft last- Friday and Saturday. TV-.-jir table at-the Banff'Springs ho- ;el was decorated with a-silk Japan- ese flag, and the floral .decorations wore in the Japanese national colors, i Mr. Rothchild, a member "of the amous Rothchild family, spent, a lays at the Banff Springs hotel last I'eek. He left Saturday to spend the week-end nt-taggan." .Yesrertlny he left with a guide for a- three weeks' hunting trip in the 'Yoho Valley. j Miss McLeay's trimmer has return- ed from the East, where she attend- ed the millinery openings in some ot the large citirs. Miss McLeay will hold her millinery opening oh Friday, September 1st. Mr. and Mrs., John Westrcn, of On- tario street, announce the engagement running electric car and the many styles of enclosed carriages are orites among the women drivers. And Ai it is by.no means an common .sight lo sec a woman run- ning a six-cylinder touring around Detroit. Parlies of half a dozen wo- men unattended seen, touring the surrounding country. But., it must be admitted, that Detroit" Jias not yet grown blase enough to iVe- enthusiastic over ivoman in the heavyitouring car.." tf'is a little too progressive for the conservative! Detroit people. j "Pin women automobile drivers of' Detroit have liit upon a novel method solericc, for which''! mn entirely grate- ful: Slay I al-so'add that your fine reserve in tbe depicting of the var- ious jrassions in the characters, and especially to Uiei.'prommence which you gav-q to the spiritual in your ren- dering, gave me more..than ordinary I Pleasure and .satisfaction. You ,_ me .unquniified enjoyment, and I I am to think my books are in the hand-3 of so strong and sympa- thetic an interpreter as yourself." ASSAULT COST AND COSTS This morning was concluded a spec- ial sitting's of-the District Court he- lore Judge Crawford, during tbe course of which three cases were dis- posed of.. The case oj John Magye, charged with assault and bodily harm on one, Chapo, was heard "csterday af- ternoon-and concluded this morning. C. F. P. Cony acted for the crown; J: Is'. RJLuV.ie was counsel for tbe accused. Magye had been r.r- .ralgned on Aug. 23.find had pleaded not so ilittt. bis trial had been fixed for tlie Ills Honor found the accused guilty and a sentence of one hundred dollars fine was Imposed, the accused to remain in custody un- til the fine is paid. In default or pay. nient 'accused gets six months in gaol. James Qninn, charged with theft or money, was discharged, with an order for restitution of the sum, 50 to Mr. Christenson, which was paid! up "for attempted' suicide, was defended by A. E. Dun- lop; C. F. P. Cony ben re acting for th-3 crown.. His Honor will make an or- All ladies are invited to inspect our Display of Fall Hats on All the Newest Ideas Shown L and J. McLeqy Third Avenue South LOCAL BtJDGET Froclman and Shcacd will open three chair barber shop in the Ar- cade on or about Sept. 1st. Rible study of St. Paul's First Lu- theran church, Wednesday at 8 p.m., at the home ol Kcv. p. Grant, 1809 Sixth Ave., south, (Coirtland TWO UBEHALS NOMINATED Edmund -as nominated by LibcraiB on th second bal- lot. In Oarleton Cou'..iy. Donald Mc- Lean was chosen Liberal' Btandarcl- bearer. Victoria, will mil as Aug. Brown Socialist candidate here. NARROW ESCAPE FOR SHAUGHNE9SY HERE sir Thomu president of the C. iC R, ac- companied by General' er Bury, will in 'dty tomorrow .mornlnff at 11.40, leaving nt J. 40. Theae are on tbelr annual tollr'of ta- spection of the wMN.ru llnei 9 of the company. GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. 'wbMt opened 98 1-S, closed 97JJ-8; Dvcembvr opened 97 1-4, closed May.cloMd; 101 1.-4. STATE FAIR VISITORS closed 39 1-S; December'opened 39 1-5; Columbus, Ohio, A.ug. Valley train No. 30, Toledo to Colum- bus, narrowly escaped serious wreck this morning when one of the coach- es, loaded with visitors to the suite left the rails just after the train liaii crossed the bridgo'near Gientangy Hark on the outskirts of Columbus. No one was seriously injured, though many of the passengers or bruises :and cuts, Tiie Foot and Mqutlir disease Has aer that .the accused be relssred from j broken out' among the cattle ot.Der- custody. byshire, England. closed 3S 3-4. opened'. 201, closed 207. WINNrVEO 3-4, 2 Northern 99 1-4, 8 Northern 9G 3-4, No. 4 94 3-4, No. 5181, No. 6 Pee-j C3. C. 1-S. Bar- 3 68, No. 4 59. American Wheat opened- 100 o-S; December opened 102, closed 102 1-4; ;May oiienedMOS, closed 106 1-4. opened' 93 1-2, closed 98 E-S; 93, clOEed 93 1-2; 99, clos- ed .99 CLARESROQ1 NEWS Clarrisholm, A tig. feeling wiieh the'" he tier.-for her 't'rip of four months. i .Lindsay has arriviJ back from, a1 trip to .Montreal.. The sad iirws comes from tbe coast Mrs. Kenneth.. Ferguson, wife of of Keeping track of -their ..husbands by j .of this town, j driving then, to'their places of 'busi-.IS ness in tbe morning and calling for them ivhen the day 'is done. More (ban one Detrfiit woman- makes a. practice nf calling for her husband with her electric.car at. his club when it is time for him to go home. The department', store managers say thai, the auto has] worked a revolution Jn the ...delivery j department, for shoppers carry home i their .purchases. During; the holiday} season particularly has'this fad been appreciated at its fiill worth hy the shopkeepers and their delivery During the summer JVimefa drive in to sell theit produce at the C. Bowen, having sold out, j leaves in a I'RV: days for a trip. He intends to nvikr his futuce home in Bri'tish Columbia.' j The Liberal commii.iec rooms on Third ,-irc now open. The local! Five Dollars For A Name Five Dollar Gold Piece is offered for the best suggestion for a how imme for Peeling's Store, North Lethbridge, which is under new management. One sug- gestion.is allowejl with each cash purchase of one dollar during tile-fifteen days immediately following Saturday, Sept. 2nd. Having purchased the business of Mr. Reding and remodelled the store we are ready to carry on a first-class trade in every res- pect. We have s complete new stock of groceries and our dry goods will be on the shelves immediately. Call innpcct our onr fine new dhowcfwes and counters O. Walton, 1401 FIFTH AVE., NORTH'LETHBRIDGE.: .PHONE 405. are getting somewhat an-[ xibus.to have Jbf local political cam- paign. opened by somo good outside speaker to pet tilings going properly. II. C. Marisborn, of the Bank of Commerce, has arrived-hack being at Monarch for some weeks. The "Stewart Ranch won 1 several prizes at Lothliridge Fair. K. Jolmslon, of Beaver Creek, is visiting K. Klliott. LAST KNOWN SURVIVOR OF INDIAN TRIBE CAPTWRED Cliico, Cal., Aug. last known survivor of Kill Creek and Ueer Creek Indians, who were, .war- like tribes in the early days, was captured two miles froni Grey file yes- terday, while attempting to steal meut from, a slaughter house. Driven from .-th-e fastnesses .of .the Feather itiver country by forest fires, he was i taken to Orvillo, starved beyoud re- iatancd, and followed by a wJiich had collected at the sight of a, man unshod -and clad, only in a Gl-aeveiess canvas shirt, laced with doer'skin thongs. Indians of MIR re- maining tribes were' summoned, but were unable to talk with him. He was ofc'snui food. Th-3 knife, fork and spoon were laid beside a tin plate (osded "with potatoes and meat, but the savage took no notice of them, clawing pieces of meat apart with his handi. The Deer Creek and Mill Creek Indians were obliterated as triber, in a series of hattla tn the early sixties, ft wag believed none of the tribesmen survived. AUSTRIAN LABORER KILLED IN QUARRY Port Arthur, Ont., Aug. Forclilcke, an Austrian, won killed by being fit ruck on the head with the end of a falling derrick at Hewltson stone quarry. He leaves a wife family in Austria, Hudson's Say Company NEW ARRIVALS IN MEN'S FOOTWEAR Our buyer has just returned from his trip-east, where he has spent' some time selecting his Fall goods from'all the very best manufactur- ers. He reports good buying all round, and some exceedingly fine snaps. -The throe lines we give below will'especially warrant your at- tention. J', Boots and Shoes of Dependable Quality Only The Fit Well This boot .is a Blucher, all box calf, stout solid leather tip, good full comfortable boot everyday wear. Per pair for The Prince Rupert Veleiir Goloirti Blucher, kid Its, de- signed tips; Btiilable boot for city wear; tllree BhapCB, smart, medium and full; black or tan. Per pair.................94.911 All Veleur Bluchers The AH Veleur Blucher Is a medium weight, city.-shoe for smart busings wear; durable, stylish and comfortable. Three shapes. Per pair........... uunuurinoie. Prospector's Boots Men's Black or Tan Calf Prospecting Boots, 10 in. ISB; good with or without Up; a BuitRble boot for. the'miner, farmer or prospect- or, Mndc-in heavy and "mbdlum AA Child's Soft Soled Slippers Just Arrived ;