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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday. LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Ifcoe SEAL BRAND COFFEE long test Old' Battle'.Scarred Meet to Recall .Days of Strife" Gettysburg. Pa'., July 1-Forty th sand' old veterans oj-'the war between the North are encamped on here, .the scene ol tao great tattle of the Cltil war.; The old men are survivors ot the 'armies that opposed.each .other fifty that bloody struE6le..but thej meet as friends and comrades, cot as pes of the fiftieth that mighty They, hare ong enough to forgeVpajt bitterness and to're member only'the the! soldierly qualities, .that, ..mato Gettysburg pee of.HUo" greatcsV bat ties of the 'world's history. reunion -will' !asl tbrougtiou nest Friday. Today as-Tet crans1 Day, tombrroV will he Milltarj Day, Thursday as, snd.Frl day -of course, day; Th outskirts of-the great battloneld.loo i tented'village.- Under.the re- like E-., ruffed; the Stole o veteran [LAD EDITED fHONEt REAL VICTORY recipient expressed her appreciation To "THE Hudson's Bay Stores Tbi above life, love, victory. H fUNWFD A Britisher with American txper enee who has appointed to chair'at Toronto Varsity, retintljr eated by Prof. Coleman. i n'ly, and no pe'rmltte o_. quarter any member ofhls faml n'the camps.' ,'linmedisvtel great tent' will-OccurViJL military Trie reunion i :houaands.of in the Union I will members of his .'The'President and-Mrsy WlUqn-and Governor Terier and .will he the guests of PreeldsntlBnd William of. of kniyes, forks, tea- spoons and cuys. V. v i The commlBsaiy department of the camp-consists ot ono chief com'mls sary, ten commissary' four commissary clerks, 1600 cooks cooks' helpers, and 130 Gen :ommlssary general, of. the figured that the.cost of tfi sicCrimmon, Canning. Lran Calgary" fair.- i bard, ITW, Mott, Hlckey, Henderson A. Henderson, A. "Henderson, Barassin A. C. Price returned last even- I Mcswg_ Hend6r30n, -KilpatrJck ng from attending the fair in Lai- Monagban, Rob- gar y. ison, G A. Wright returned last night from a in Calgary. 1. ff Miss Gladys Downer left this after- noon on an eitended visit to Winnl- peg. the guards" a. try who made 'oro Alherta their escape this morning.., t. Tho: prisoners, through, covering 248 acres-have .been elwed. In tents--on .the campus ,are housed with their staffs.-.' 'One veterans present" on tho battlefleld Is Colonel Charles- Burrows... of .New who "is completely" blind.' by 'which' they access to the ,amim ___ sentenced- in; XI years' John -Ma, for'one field J1084 rmy ranges, and the rajlroad the com'mi a! sry f ore "a nd iiu. cost of the commlEsary equipment and service amounts tp in order to provide an'-adequate water supply-the'government lias, es- j-j Gettisburg canin.-pbout ic lighting of-the''streets :d, campa will "c.05t' the raVes.-'spadetj'brooms nd'gartsge' luleneils needed saiiUatlonr of the-'cimp will'-add still another, lion: of In charge ot this great work of car. ne for tho -veterans ol the Blue B B.' Nortaoyle. _-the 'Major of the Halnes 1'elger and Mr. Paul have returned from a short In Macleod. Mr., and Mrs. V. R. Gilmore tonight for Calgarj- to' spend -a month or sir weeks. Sixth-avenue In Calgary. f..jf Mrs. A. daughters have gone on an.eite' Uxhridge and Mr.-and Mrs. :amcTon.- McCready, Kent MoArthur, Cocq, Sea man, -Rowley, Sandback, Emerson Shannon, Johnson, Gordon, Ingcrcol Kaiser end Francis. About thirty workers in connenlo with .Westminster -Methodist Sunda school gathered at.the home-of M and Mrs. J.'D- Fourth atom Northi "iMt .evening; .when good-by vas who ha been and efficient work since the'school was organized. T evening pleasantly spent In socl, and pirl- of the progrimm was i'ifell-deEerved' eulogy or Mi Kiliam's many eicellent-Dualities behalf 1 with THE STORE for Service, Quality and Value! IJ Headquarters tor Everything to Eat, tp Driiik, to. or For The House illey. Tliiid SI., S-, al- etnoon at i-30. v- Members ot liaplc Leaf Chapter No. Order of the Eastern.Star, are. re- minded of fhe gartering thls.eveniris t the home ot Mrs. _D.'A. Simpson, when opportunity wljl be. taken to good-bye to Mrs. George who s leaving the clly'th'is week." St. 1'aul's First Lulheran. Sundiv school bchohr's bad 'thciinfe p! their lives at the annual picnic, which held at Henderson iLaVc., jeslnjay.. Games ot all a dainty, pic- .-''he ltot Clara LlnBard'.p'nd 'Mr. O.Fisher' returned from'-.their. visit to Calr, MclntoBB "returned last apprfr nio supper were prize winners in the'' various events follows I Adults 3-kggi'd Nelson, drinking tup.- kelson, men's'race, dasb, Mr: jolmson. Up pin. Married women's C. Grant, J.Irs. Johannson, fruit 'liiijhes, Selvarudi beH-.piq. Oiris1 race, 1st, Jliss Bjorkbladc; Miss jiajor jimuij ui Dayton manUeeVend with .IpcndB. directed the relief suffer- ..I- Win those great-deluges, M. __ _ ".1 'i ii- the grcnt Mexican i it' "HisB.Klliam was president of the 1 of March, .1911; c; can do more work with Jess sleep, ilwayB.go'bdh'u-mbreiily.Hhan any 1 1.1 ni. r man that ever left on .Of. Tj I rl .ce ot tho triennial 19.10. th? '-.'.'Mr. I-. -'-pi-'? 'f Manchester, Ens., 'ihe iniest ot his cousin, Mrs. tor'ln' the ilonday, en route tq" spend her' the coast. A. Hulbert and clan, 'ihder Mrs. Lytje's tuition. There would be'.so'member of Wesl- riin'stif Chureh' more and her d'epafture Is-'a rial low. to. the school. 'T The" ho'me fr Mre Henry Falrhurit.WasHV. "f oretty iredding atfi of :a pretty on. Monday, BO way-Tcflectedton !--'-n'2 of 'te.untage and eiuipmentrtogethisrwjth th8-bag. "gage of the veterans, to the camp-will entail an of about -'-i-'cjj It'-t'-n ioatntif. weigh, 4 pounds'and of.the'nrmy Ir. Russell left on-tho late train for Minnie Peart has're'slgned her LltjUOR RESPONSIBLE'.IfOR THIS Amprior, Oat., :July .l.V-Johu a local mill dealer! shot-him-1 celt dead with grille', here ter- sending, a. biiilet froni.l shoulder'of Chief of Police Hunt, while' the latter wat, at- arrest him Jprj'drunten- Drs. The deceased The Chief ac.i to each olhc.- Tile elections -7 f vill, Continue tomorrow for an additional dent and the secretary lam F.ynns, ased.26, i" mown farmers l'. townsnip, dropped walking down the roid-wltb. Breakfast TT THOLE'Whtitberrirt, rofl- W cd out ttto, cooked with finest 'batlcy'rnili, crisped and htA frijt or just puln good I milk I gHrttdy, lo'tasti for'rfie'min who met bis .11 {Se ctrfainly eat brcaVlittJ-lht; bre.V- 'a trft mjoK .lomoiio'w-r1' j iwybf forgotten I g-'jiod It N.ind you'll thim 1 Gettysburg are ejected n the four dsya Is Jb3 More'than -lO.OOu -will hi. and this means. amele'd plates and THE PR1MK MINISTKH S KK( KITION poVition" as at Btnk'o! Montrfal In Raymond, and .oyrr-v r-n-'r.g to reside in rr.-i f- I "t k-, 'Mr. C.'S.. Mdiuire and family Iflt 'spend two y. camping at Cross i 1 Fisher, principal ol'the ness Colitge, and Mrs wilj -spend ,si: (i. Selion.returned .c i Calgary. T. T 'MINISTER Off' ON. Montreal, .June White, minister of Mra White, sails on the Royal George "a-feV weeks' Lltiay in'tho Old In ined with M-.I< ol evening to -spend tn< ui rled .yesterday at .8 o'clock at Bt by the Rev. Father was attended by'her oi Peterboro, pnt.', the groomsmen was1 Perry C. UFountain, cousin of the hrlde wore a-cos- tume "dr. Ivory .-char'meuse satin-and a large feather hat, and carried white roiss. The gowned in t over -wbite-.ta- list'1'-1- -iM' H navy-blue hat to'.match, After, .the ceremony, breakfast Af' irid Mrs. O.' Calgary, ier Times. LATEST THEIR OF After, .ine ceremony, nreaisiasi i Teall home of A. B. Herbert. ter an'eastern trip, Mr. an4 i Byrne home in C 4... (l.VFartis and ,-ie from Hamilton, laee was tLUBS "The" ,the the Christian Endeavor of St, evening. ii Mr L- Hrandow have The picnic, rhldi was to have been .'vag-iisi and other MS- held yesterday by St. Patricks SM- iria JX..-.11 for1' the summer vacation, 'day was iwstponed t-j .c." s Ier f at St. ti'Mtaloill team defeat their Ud latOicnlng on the MrsfKirVwood Vat.son: by a score of.15 to 12 and" son St. school teach fett-lff and en K.Bf's for aWiUi Cranbrook, the day'i b.'c" to-T6Toatp. .r. w'e'is 'ea- pwHit-Wvti-.lCoiiBer. i AtMf- :.....f.. f T evening congregational meeting be hel In hill af a o'clock a lOped.tW win ;