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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1911 THE LETHBlMDflE DAILY H E It A I, D PACE NINE MILADI Office 1224 I stne trie Lords al I.nujhtrr, I servo Hit god oi niirlh, 1 nwVb the world -j. daflcr Ami yel a earth Ihlrk and tbickei Aui lile seems iniy black, Hy magic of R Huii'ViT I drive the sorrows back. I serve Lords of Laughter And, oh, I love to wake The roar that shakes the taller .Mid makes the midriff quake; I care cot lor the flouting Ul buds win sr.eer at me II 1 can hear the shouting (if great ar.il gorgeous gtc two bridesmaids, (Miss Lena Jnsppr, the brido's sister, :aud Miss Lillian Henderson, the I groom's sister- The groorn was as- hy Mr. W. J. Wr.de. j The bride looked very charming In ilier wedding gown ol white Japanese ,silk ivitirvell and orange blossoms, iuhilp the bridesmaids wore coral The gruoin's gift to the bride was !a set of mini marmot furs, the j bride's to the. groom a locket, ;the groom's to the bridesmaids, ihrcoclics, and to the groomsman tie pin. I wedding gilts, which were val- 'tmb'.c ar.d pictty included: a :four piece dinner set aud glasses from I the corporals and constables o! the. R. X. W. M. I'.; set oi cutlery. Set Ueant's Mess eiderdown comforter 'Sergeant Holt; silver teaspoons, Mr j Handle cut glass cruet, Mr. and Mrs ;H. A. Wright naby lien, Master ar.d Mlcc'lll Iloblcssci tomorrow Mrs. K. A. F.werl. _ ft iMiss Wright mantel clock, Miss I.il Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Peters are re-lljnn Her.derson dining room table jolcing ovci-tlic arrival ol a son.- Sergeant Brewer 'toilet and I Mrs. Scott; lounge, Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Terrill have Scott cut glass marmalade jar, Mr. I as their guests the former's atfp-mo- Rlascd silver toast rack, Mr. ar.d tiier, Mrs. Terrill, of Vancouver. jMrs. Venus Scolt.; electric iron, Miss [Lena Jasper; silver teapot, Laura Mrs. Arthur Hayr has lEaued Invi- .Jasper silver curet and butter dish, taiions for a tea hour aflalr tomor- the Misses Mosou silver butter dish Iott-H land knife, Mr. and Mrs. Witham a bilk rug, Mr. G. Veidic; two arm Miss E. Brown, of Calgary. >s On'cliairs, Mr. E. llolberlon electric, suest ol Miss Iva Schweitzer, Mh reading lamp, Mr. E. MacCarlhy LUUiyL Mrs J. E. Tetrill was kept my ill IN Victoria, B.C., Jan. nen- rail vay la foroshadoui-ed In th Wednesday welcoming the many speech from tho Throne, as deliverer' visitors who came during the twl-, by Governor Fatten-on at the oponlnj light hours, fjuantlllcs ol tho legislature this afternoon, carnations and palms adorned this' That thoro will be some assistant drawing room, while the tea room extonded to tho Canadian Xorthen was effectively done In yellow chrys-1 In Ihclr financial rir.ns np- antlienruirs. lo indicated by a piragrap Terrill was wearing a whlrt BWB (he wl Ing gown o golden brown silk while be to measllres Mrs. Terrill, sr., wore hlacx the tlo f touches nI real lace. Mrs. J. W. Hawden, who poured lea, looted well in pink silk, with hluc plush while Mrs. J, Armstrong, who served, was gowned In' black and purple silk. KatMcen Ycniil mzu'c an attentive iloor assistant. 4 v llENpEHfJOS-JASI'BU very prelty wedding solcm jects Blready aeslslcd. This mean tiial tho rate of Internal on Dr Columbia's guarantee to tho N. n. bonds wlH bo raised from (01 and a half to five per cent. Tho legislature. IB to bo Aiked for a substantial grant to start construc- tion'of the university at Point drey. The only other imvprlanl legisla- tion foreshadowed A bill to coin- S Is Going To Be A Hummer Ladies and Misses Small Furs athalfprice and less AE 3cal clearance tu all our low, medium prittJ small fiua we are p'.acing thorn all en tale at price for tomorrow ir.urn- IDB fropi 9 to 12- Scarls and Throv.-; In newest Blyla lu Phira Lynx, Mink Marmot, tircy Lamli, Marabout and Ost- rich Keatlicr. Mutfs in mc-dlum and largo sizes, suitable for Ladles' and MlsEes anil Include SkuDk-Wflllaby China Lynx. Natural Ral. Mink Mar-__________________ mot and FrencJi Marabout, Trices In the rcguEar way 510.00 ar.d up to All on Sale Tomorrow Morning from A ClO 9 to at the Uniform Price of hiy'i class unit scasnjiiible iiicrcliatutisi1 at prices lliiit re-present hut a fniclion of tJicir worth means anything to the {'.ilizcns of Lcthbrulgc, tomorrow iiioriiing's special Tiircc Hour Sale witness one of the busiest mornings have experienced for ninny a long day. Ladies' Furs, luiibroidery Flouncings, Men's Shirts, Ladies' Slippers and English Cretonnes, arc the ilems in the Dry (tniids line, with a couple of delicacies in the Gro- cery Deparlmcnl. All priced so low. we unhesitatingly slate that articles of'such superior merit and at such low prices were never before offered for your acceptance either at this or ariv other store in the Dominion. Now This is your opportunity to stock up in Dress or Negligee Shirts Sires 14 1-2 to 17 Tomorrow Morning Not a deelrable teru or slyle liut wbat ure In tliU lot All mailc from fully guaranteed fasl color Cambrics. Zeph'xra or Every warjttJ color such as Uoen, Mauve. Grey or Blue, i hose neat black, blue or mauve Line orFancy oil vi'hUe gro'Jnd. Some have laundered cuffs, ethers with soft, turn-over French cuffs anrt a detachable collar io malcb. -regular values io at Irom 9 to 12, Ladies' House Slippers Felt Rorneq Shape House Slippers -with Pur .trimming around tops and leather turned eolea, French aeeis. Otter In folt u-iih ribboo UI mm lags and silk Fom-Pcm, cushion soles of soft leather. Then there are others In Plaid Blanket Cloth comblaatlon felt and leather sole. Taken all in all this is one of the finest as- sortment ot cosy slippers ever brought, together. _ Regular values to 1.75 -all at (UC See These Exquisite Embroidery Flouncings OQC and values, to-morrow morning One ot tbe Banner Darsnins ot.lh's tnlire yards of hjindsorr.e BwlBE Mull Eui- broidery Flouncing. Moil emutslts .work on dee. even weave and sheer ir.ull. A iplondld assorttnenl ot newest designs, some In punch work, some blind ar.d tome in eyelet work. Hemstitched or scallopel edges. A lew o( tbo many purrrtsea for "which ther are eminently eullable are: Dresses. bHirls, Waiits, Princess Slips, etc. Values In tbe roliular way la 2.50. Tonioirow flQft I, Now on display in our north window These two Specials in Grocery Dept. Harris' Prime Wiltshire Monk and Glass Custard Bacon Powder UCtVUli a doubt the finest flavored, befit 'cured and most economical tadon ever been brought into- this- city. Regular "-10 ctnts per morning; onlj- A mcst reliable brand of Cnsis-rd Pow- der. Comes in Almond, Vanilla, or Plain flavors. Rcgulcr 25c tins cotitatnhii one Tomorrow morning Oftft only .................T CUC English Cretonnes Casement Cloth A (ew pieces only, au you must be here early I! you wish to par- ticipate In this offering ot heavy English Cretonne in cardinal ground tapestry design.- Cream ground Casement Cloth with cbinlz design and English warranted fast color shadow de- signs, washable Cretonne. Regular value as htgh as 30c. Thiee-Hour Special for tomorrow, only, per yard Remember, only two more days of the big January Clearance Sale -THE- "Tis better to buy now than to be sorry you didn't Saturday is The Last Day Of The Big Sale Disaster Loss in West Virginia But of Life is Averted by Prompt Action Ing efforts by employees to release he Targe quantity of water through he sluice ivays. The second break made big gars in both sides of tha dam. The Western Maryland irldgo at Schell. West Virginia, It ts helieved, li Ible for the debris clogging there, and holding tiie In- check for a time, until the force oE the flood carries it away. Piedmont, Western Port and Luke, Md., known as the Iri-towns, are threatened with destruction. The high water Is expected to reach hers Into lijla afternoon. Great alarm prevails, and even' preparation has been made Io guard against loss of life. Washington, D.C., Jan. spe- cial despatch to the Star from Ciinv bcrlar.d says thai forty-five feet ot tto West Virginia Pulp a -Paper Co.'n dara went out early today, but that tho remainder of Ihe structure seems to bo holding. The West. Polonuc rea- dents "wore- warned ami escaped. No It seems lather titling that Uie question of rural freo delivery among cstlmalo o: Ihe property damage Is j como al lhe available. Flflien Feat Wall ol Witor Piedmont, Jan, A will of water, fifteen feet high, Is sweeping down the Potomac river, owing Io Iho burst- ing of Iho West Virginia Pulp Pa- par Co.'s dam ohortly before noon. According to reporta received here, Iho liir.jbltanls of Iho valley ire rice- Ing Io Ihe hll'n. Ihe treattst ara lety for the of the dUlrlcl la felt. No loss of Ufa his teen re- ported. Tho dam Is 1730 feel wide al the breast, backing Iho water up for al Wat place Commissioner on Ihe advantages of three n liMI milts, and lioMIng fuzed In the new Wcslcj' Hall nt two companies to confine fhem- oj Wednesday alifinoon hy Io a trust company business. three lilllton of 'wa'er. The dam Is ninety feel high on the. out- I sWe, shiy-flve on Iho Inside, nnd Is taiill on n toncreto foundallon slity feet deep. The dam was first noticed Io bo crnched by B waloiiman last and this morning a largo por- tion of Iho slrncluro gave way. Al 11.20 thla forenoon a eefoml and a larger break occurred, notwlthsund' convention of the U. F1, A. to be held In. this elly fceginnln? next Wednes- day, ar.d lasting for Iho next succeed- ing three days. The only real agita- tion for rural mall delivery In this pjrtof the west -was started nt Orassy Lake lasl fall when ot Ihe first fair over Jie Tracy Ihls system to (ho farmers nnd to the .ero'wnts In the cities as well. Following Ihls speech by bridge's Commissioner of Commerce and Mamifacliirp, petitions were ilr- culated In districts on every side of. the city, as tl was (rand upon invest- igation thai Ihe department would consider the establishment of these rural ro'.itcs provided they "were peti- tioned In this manner by the farm- ers. Three of these petitions have already been circulated and extensive- ly signed, nn average of about fifty being attached Io cir-h tiou. that the farnifcia In uiiier dls- trlrts aro awako to tho '.v York, Jan. some strength by good steps Sif Jain.es Whilr.ey, premier ol Ontario, was morning in better shapr than he had been for days. Though any improvement thai lie made the pabt 24 hours was considered as negligible variation in Ihe progress oi his malady. Sir James tell into an untroubled slum- ber at eleven last night ar.d ricrjit for short intervals when he awoVe and was supplied with milk. the delirium into which he had sunk every ilay for short periods recutrpd azain, Ih? premier showed no sisn ol sinking into a state ot coma, whirii the of thp rnil, in -such a complaint as Kir James is suffering from and whirh his havo all along cndcavoitd Io guard against. PRINCESS "PAT" AND HER CHUM FROM Muriel Wilson, a cbarmlng Kngllsri girl and chum of Princess Palilcla, who Is com- ing to Canada to be the gueat of the latter at Hldeau Halt. She will be pres- ent at the opening of Parliament. Tlie picture of Patricia In the clrde Is from one of her latest and best photographs. of such a service, and that mat- ter will come up for discussion al tho convention la assured by tho following resolution, passed by tjtie Table Dutte linton of, Ihe U. F, A., and now In the hands of Ihe central office dt Cal- gary: "Resolved, that Ihe govcrnmen' Ko aav-pd in establish, free rural dn livery of mall dally, wherever the leltled sufflclcnlly." OtASOOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, Jan. 11. Watson and Batcliilor, cattle Importers, report avprage supplies. Traile was firm at the following quotations: Scotch, 15 to 16} cents per pound: Irish itms IS in 15 cents per pound; nulls 12J to 11 cents per pound. George KobinEon, rerent- ly secretary-Ireasurpr of the corpora tion o! llir, rity of Ldhbriigc. has ac- cepted Ihe position of manager of thr Ilritish Canadian Trusl Co. with head offices in the. Conybeaie block. This concern is cotnpnsc-d ol local i fj-jsinrss ami professional men and has I built up a fine busings, since iltunr ycralions here. ;