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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Aug. EDITED IV Off let them 1224. "Xow is the time, jih friend, no long honor ot Mrs. Padrlon, wait to scatter loving amllea and and Mrs. Santera, of Winnipeg. About twenty guests were bidden. The drawing rooms were attractive and' pretty with multi-lined sweet pens, the same blossoms heini; used effectively in the dining room. Mrs. THE LETirBKinGE DAILY 1TKBALP. words of clioer to thoao aro.und, whose Jives arc now so drear. They may not meet you in the coming year. Now IB the time." Miss C. Ungard is spending a vaca- tion with her sister in Taher. M. Wood is visiting friends in Lelh- Herald. Boyd-poured tea, while Mrs. Wallace cut the Mrs. Ilonui was wearing a becoming gown of amethyst eviienne. Mrs.1 Paddon was handsomely gown- fed in gray satin, and Mrs. Sanford Mr.'anil Mrs. F. D. Shaw left thcjworo.n very dainty gray foulard city today'on a fishing and shooting gOwn. trip to the mountains. Miss E. Buchanan, of Levis, Quc- AVss Mornn, of Cranbrook, who is jlas accepted a position on the a guest with Mrs. G. McKay, is! teaching staff- She will prob- spending a short time at Barons.. arrive in the city next Thurs- !day. j Mrs! W.'Douglas, of Vancouver, is j spending a few days in tlie city, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evan, of, Cal- gary, arc guests with Mr. and T. S. Fetterly for a week. Mrs. MIS.S Davidson lias returned from Winnipeg and is opening up her dress- making parlors, suite 13, Stafford blorl, She will -be reaclj for business on Monday. ..The home of Mr. anil MLS. James Dalrymple, Guinrss St., was the' scene of a wedding at high noon to- day, when [their fifth daughter, Ag- nes Christina, was united in marri- age to Mr. Douglas E. Lawrence, eld-, csfc son of Mr. -and Mrs. Edward Lawrence, of Hourniemouth, 'England. Rev. T. P. Perry tied the nuptial knot in the presence of only the mediate friends of the contracting parties. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence left on Mew burn leaves tonight on a j short trip to-Calgary and Banff. FOR MAKING SOAP FOR WASHmC DISHES FOR SOFTEMNG WATER FOflWSWFECTUK, SINKS OOSETSDWUKSnt MAOCIM'CANADA E.WGILLETTCatm TOROKTO-ONT. MONTREAL 4 WHY RUTHERFORD QUIT THE FIGHT Stir a t h c o n a Plaindealer Gives What is Supposed 'to Be Reason The S'trnthcona I'liUndbnler, gen- erally regarded as tbe personal organ of Dr. Hutbtrford, gives the following explanation of tlio cx-jireinlor's retire- ment tram the Edmonton constit- "A .pernlslent rumor from ;i supposedly well-Informed source says that the faction leaders who induced Or. Rutherford to staml for' nomina- tion HB their candidate, casually InH- iiiated to him after convention that the share of the campaign expenses IQ be naaitnjed by bhnAvould he uuo and they would look aflcr the real. AB the story goes It dawned the doctor that Ml the akin games had not left town after the fair. He decided that the fun of an elec- tion contest with rather uncertain I promise was not worth the price and j declined with thanks. The result is that the maddest of politicians you saw Is scurrying arounil Bd- monton looking for another candi- date." HON. t. B. BRODEUR ILL .Montreal, Aug. 31.rr-lt.Ui. commonly reported- here that Hon. L, >P. Bro- deur is at, St. Cesslere and that iiia condition la causing his friends considerable .anxiety, Mrs foiirj'c- five weeks' trip east, visiting Toronto. Montreal and Prince FA- Mrs Hill Victoria Mansion, who hii been in the ciU for the pas I thiuc months left this moinmfc for L V Pelgei's guests, IVTr_ and Mrs. Wayne Eddy, nl North Dakota, will leave .tomorrow morning for their home.' Mrs. J. Y. Turner is home from a ten days', visit with Rev. and Mrs. Levitt, in Lelhbndge. Calgary Miss Agnes O'1-Iagan left today for How Island to meet Miss Murphy, who lias been spending thu summer in the east. They will be week-end guests with Mrs. Colp. The Flower Guild will visit the G.ilt Hospital tomorrow at 3.45. The 'Guild will he very grateful, if any, who have flowers to donate, will communicate with Mrs. F. P. Conybearc or Miss Hatch, so that they may be called for .before 3.30. 4 Mrs. Li. McAstocker and little son, have hecn guests with Mrs. and Miss Delay for the past 'month, re- turned to their home in Eholt today-. They were accompanied by Miss De- lay, who will spend her holidays at Eholt. .En route they will visit at Calgary and Banff, taking the de- lightful trip down the Arrow Lakes to Nelson, Major Belle Reynolds has the honor of being the only woman In the United who -holds a military officer's commission She received her com mission m Illinois from Governoi j Yaten for her bravery at battle of Phllo attended the fif- teenth annh ersan of hei regiment, Illinois. Margaret Kellj s piomoiion to the or director of the Lmted States, niint.-has'.caMed. forth much com which; there is considerable unconscious humor Thore seems to lic.-ap 'undercurrent of surpiise, though yhy anyone should be viiprhed at wo maa'i success ID business 01 profess The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land lield a well attended meeting in the Oddfellows' hall last evening. The chief feature of the meeting was the resignation oi' Mrs. Warren, who has been president for the past two years. Mrs. Warren resigned "owing to thu fact that she is leaving the cily in two or three weeks to join her husband at the. coast, where they will reside in future. Mrs. Warren's resignation was re- ceived with great regret, as she has always been faithful and untiring -in any work, pertaining to the good of tiie order. Mrs. J..W. Rartlett was elected president anil Mrs. Wilson vice-presi- dent. Society people of Vancouver, to the number of nearly a thousand, ac- cepted the invitation of. Hon. Consul and Mme. Yada to meet Admiral ioimt Togo last Sunday evening. The Vancouver Province gives the follow- ing description of the function Dominion Hall, has never .been seen in so gay a dress as that which it was given by Consul Yada. in honor of his famous countryman. The walls were completely covered with large i (lags and thousands'of'small banners and pennants' were hung from the ceilings and festooned in artistic de- signs. Rugs and easy chairs were comfortably disposed about the big room and cut flowers, potted plants and palms lent a softening touch. Consul and Mme. Tada, the latter vearing a handsome gown of pale satin with an overdress of fine ilaok net, showing designs of. bugle embroidery, the high waist line of vhfch was defined by a black and white Poirot cord, and Count Togo ccoived the guests at the upper '-tnd of the room, whijc at .the lower end were the refreshment tabjes, which were, bright with pink and white car- "ations.'An orchestra was stationed in the gallery and played throughout the hours of-reception." Mrs. II. P. Ciearihue, of Frank, on- tcrrained on Monday afternoon, at the Rocky Mountain Sanitarium, in honor of her mother, Mrs. Ball, of Godcricli, Out., and Mrs. and Miss Lang, Mrs. Beech, Mrs. Goodrich, Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Windsor, Mrs. Chone, Mrs. I-Iollmptz, Mis. Murphy, Mrs. Tpmpkins, Miss McAr- tlmr, Miss Berry and Miss McHury LEMJEUX IN ROUV1LLE Montreal, Aug. was announc- ed today that Hon. F.odqlphe Lemieiix has consented to become a candidate in Rouville, Hon. L. -P: Brodeur's old constituency, BUSINESS LOCALS Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Hen H. Scnter, a cook, kindly com- municate with Bos 38, Herald., Urg- 320-1 PRICES Winnipeg; "Aug. .wheat opened 08 l-'l, closed 88 1-4; Dec. opened 07 3-8, closed 97 S-S; May open- ed closed 101 7-S. Oats, Oct. opened 39 1-S, closed 39 1-4; Dec. opened -38 .W, closed ,19 5-S. Flax, Oct. opened 208, closed 209. Gael prices 1 Nor 101 1 4, J Nor 11 3 1 3 Nor, 97, No 4, "10 12 No o 83 No. 6, .77; Feed 64; O.Us .Nro. 2 C.W ill, Barley-No 3, CS, No 4, o9 Markets opened 100 1-2, closed .100..1-2; Dec. opened 102 1-2, closed 102 7-S; May opened 106 3-8, closed 107. whest opened 88 S9; pec. opened 04, closed !I4 1-8; May opened 09 7-S, closed 100 14. PREPARATION OF EXHIBIT FOR COLORADO SPRINGS McNicol Will Attend to it Board of Trade So Orders Hail Storms and Insurrance Advertising Matter Ordered Appreciate the Fair t innnl life 11 Inrd to imderstand The who leave next week for Cal- moBt astonishing phase i! so called the surprise Thl, o[ vtim of them achieves nny thing v Probably the flrit troop of "Olrl Guides" In Canada has recently been In Montreal by Mr. Robert the Malionneure gcoqt master, who has been in charge of the Boy Scouts of the 'town The Girl Guides Is a morement en- tirely to the Bcoutine for hoys. It Is probably of even greater benefit to them than to the' boys, who usually have more opportunities ot learning to he handy and useful. under all conrtl- t.ions fihan the girls do. The two 'pat- rols of the MniBonneuve Girl Guides will- be called the Peacocks and the Kangaroos, using the same calls the I Boy Scouts. Marjory Clltton Is the lecretary of the troop, and It was largely through her efforts that the wan organised. with the hostess, Mrs. Ball in a handsome black silk gown, Mrs. Long gowned in pale blue brocaded silk, and Miws Lang in a charming Paris frock of. lace. Progressive euchre was played at Another short -session of the coun- cil of the'Board of Trade was held. ;oday with President Match in the ihair. A letter-was read from the secretary of the Hoaid of Railway Commissioners to the effect' that" be- fore their complaint regarding the express charges on fruits fiom Wash- ington points can be heard by the Board, the complaint must be filed, and a copy of-the complaint served Alberta by the Lothhridge advertise- ment m the Daily London'Tin-es, and be askc I tor information regarding jmd Southern Alberta as a field foe mining engineers. Hail Insurance 1 In Ihc'maUer ot hail insurance, fol- lowing up the tiixeusston of the sub- ject at thi meeting a it was decided to place the matter in the hands of the Associated Boards of" Trade of get, on the ex'pres" company As this is the opinions of all the Boards of impossible now, on account of the 11 rade in Southern Alberta on thei Board v-ieetini! at Kipp on September St-h, the mallei'lull bo laid till such time as the regular formalities .ire all attended to. A lettet read from J White, who was in charge of editorial party on its. western lour, giving the names o! the newspaper men in the party. It showed that of the 175 people in the party, only 75 were newspaper men, and the Board of Trad" thought that tbjs matter should he brought to the attention of the Immigration .department. The cost of entertaining the. party, was ut of proportion to Hie number oi people in the party who stand ready to give the country its proper ad- when they will place the mattci brtnre the government (or its consideration. Dry Farming Exhibit As the time is drawing near' for .the International Dry Farming Con- gress at Colorado Springs, the ques- tion of preparing an exhih'it. was up for discussion. H was decided to' leave the matter in the hands of the sccretarv and .1. W. McKicol to pre- pare the very host exhibit .possible, along the lines which (hey may think the irrnst suitable. Advertising Matter A motion was passed authorizing tlie .secretary to purchase from Bull- man Bros., twenty-five thousand spc- veif.ismg, and it was thought wise cially prepared covers for Hooks con- lo bring the matter to the notice p[ I taining literature regarding ;he department Ifailslorm Reports Secretary Manwaring brought the n.'atter of what w-as termed budge exaggeration of the report ot the seven tables, the prize-winners being I damage in the recent hail storm as Mrs.; ;j'.' IJufferin St., wns the hostels yesterday afternoon oi nn At sho received in Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. Coultlmtdt, Mrs. Tompkins and Miss Berry. Guest prizes were given Mrs. and Miss" Lang. Dainty refreshments were served at small tables, after which the iatiics enjoyed a chat with the honor guests. Those, present were: Mrs. White- idc and Buchanan, o( Coleman; Mrs. O'Hagtn, .rf Lethhridge Mrs. CoulUiardt, Mra. Green, Mrs. Tnr- mer, Mrs. Robert and Mrs. Smith, of niairn.ore Mm. E. T. Fitzsim- inons, of Burmis Mri. Cruickshanfc and Mrs. Smith, of Hillcrest Mrs. Fitzsimmans, of Calgary, Mrs. Will- son, of Rossland, H. Mrs. of Godcrich, .Ont., Airs. Lang, Loth-! and Southern Albcrla. The covers arc the most artistic ever used liv tile Board of Trade for ad- vertising purposes, and they will be prepared in time to have the books readv for the Dry Farming Congress contained in the telegraphic despatch-! in Octohi-r. The hooks will he priut- es. The matter was thoroughly dis- cussed, and while it was shown that the local papers had handled the re- port satisfactorily, the tendency was to make the despatches cd and bound in I.rthbridge. Appreciale the Kair This being the first meeting of the council since the exhibition, the coun- such that'oil took occasion to pass the. follow- j they could easily be misconstrued and j ing resolution which is exaggerated by outside newspapers, i An effort will be made to- overcome lory 'That we commend the work of fhc this in future. The. truth will not j joint eoriiniiltcp of the city council hurt tlio country, but too many peo-jand Agricultural Society for the splendid exhibition held last vvfcck, pic in other parts of the continent are only too willing to exaggerate any rpporl of this kind. A communication from Richard a mining engineer, now living in China, was read, stating that tcaliou bad been called U? Southern unil assure them of the hearty co-1 operation of the Board of Trade in I this work, as we believe that nothing j could he n better advertisement for the cil y first cluw agricnltur-JM, al inhibition." v Something Worth Knowing! I FRIDAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT THE BAY THE IMMENSE SUCCESS pf our last week's bargain Friday has aroused the enthusiasm of all economic buyers, who will eagerly read to-day's announce- ment of this week's Bargain Day offerings. Read carefully every item, and you will discover some sound investments Quantities are in seme instances limited. Need we impress upon you the advisability of early shopping? Good-bye to all Summer Suits and Dresses Our final offer of Ladies''Summer Suits'and Goats will effect a speedy clearance, so be on hand early to secure the pick of the bunch. Not all sixes in every line are in stock, but most wanted sizes are here. Ladles' Repps and Natural Linen Suits and Separate Cbatt In white, blue, pink and nile. Ladles' Mull Dresses In black, pink, mauve and nile, beautifully trimmed with Vat. lace and insertion. These suits were rejular from tO.OO to J15.00. Specin1! for-Friday Misses' White Cotton Underskirts Made from fine English cambric, some trimmed with clusters of tucks and hemstitched around bob torn.' Others trimmed with dainty pattern linen embroidery.. Sizes for misses of from, 2 to, 12 yeara. Regular prices 50c to 90c. All Full Size Comforters Our comforters are all filled with pure cotton, carded. into croes'tapsi and therefore cannot lump up. Covered in neat desisus of Art Silkollne. Sizes GG x and 72 i 72 ins. Regular 52.25 and ?2.50. Special for Friday only SJ.G5 Pillowcases Half Price Made trom'licavy quality English cotton, fine even, thread and free from filling; widths 40, 42, 44. Regular price '25c each. Special for Friday, Pure Linen Glass Towelling Sheets Ready For Use Sheets liemrried rcacly-made from pure bleach- ed English double warped 2 yards, mide and 2 1-2 ydids long. f f Friday Bin-gain, a in .blue inches T .value at .regular price, -18 1-Sc. Good Friday Special MEN'S STRAW HATS Balance of this season's -New York styles Regular to ON FRIDAY ONLY 50c SPECIAL TO MEN Underwear at Cost Fancy Vests for Men's fine, thread natuni! color Balbriggan Combinations. All sizes 34 to 43. Regular ?1.25.< Eriday lien's fancy Waah Veils, made from warrant'' ed fast colored vestinge, neat spot aiji gtripe ef- fects. Regular prices'up to. f 2.00, .On A Snap in Boys'School Boots Boys' Blncher and plain lace style of extra fine quality box calf. Solid leather machine sewn soles. Perforated quarters and Smart .medium toe. Excellent value at regular price of (2.60. On Sale Friday You Can Save Money in the Shoe DepL on Friday AT THE GROCERY COUNTER Save 65c on this Tea and Sugar Deal 1Mb. tin Tetley's Sunflower tea, reg..... hag D.C. granulated sugar, reg, .1.40 Total Regular........................'... Special Friday Finest quality Strawberries, Raspberries, Pears, Poaches, per tin Empress Jam in I Ib, glass Ciirnmt and plum only. Reg. 25c. On FRUIT SEALERS Now is the preserving season. Compare our prices with others and you will buy from us. All best glass, perfectly airtight, screw top. Half FRIDAY ONLY NO EXCHANGE CASH ONLY N0 APPROVAL HUDSON'S BAYCa The Name that Stands for QUALITY ;