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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UJ.IIHIUIJQE DAILY HKKALD "MILADI" EDITED BY Office Phone Phone 1JZ4 174 iMrs. Glass, iMaclcod, is rute.vuu- ing us her.guesls, .Mrs. .1. II. Klicl- vvood incl Mis. Mi Lean "f I.elh- I wish, to address a lew personal re darks .to the readers of "Wiladi This is lilt first day that I have edit- td the column, which has always been 'bridge. si inleiestini; one In 'hat the column mav continue to Mrs n j n Skelth and son are feu the, entertaining news, so I spending, a few Says at Blah-more ask for with Morden. Pinchcr Creek. Mr. week, while .Mr. Stewart vv The pupils of .Miss Margaret Kras. er are awaiting the arrival of Jin ei amiiier from the Toronto Cohscrva lory of .Music, and are studying, hnr in preparation for Ihe examinations which II is uxpi-ctcil, will be held ci July 7th. and Mrs. H. K. Ktllry, who were in the city attending the I'l-iil- Slaftnrd nuptials, returned to thcit home in .Spring t'.'olllee on Salurihiv aftf-riiiiuu Vv'hilc in the city, tltrv vvci'e the gucyt.s of Mrs; Kelicv'-- mother, Mrs. William 'Stafford. West- minster Komi Ilev. K. Flnhy united in matri- mony at the Methodist parsonagi Pincher t'reck, last week, .Miss Ivy of London, l-.'ng.. to- .Mr Harold Walter Lewis.'of the Porcu- pitie IMlls district. A iiumhei-ol ihe groom's friends were present. Miss Bel-nice Fair, 'came lo the city on Ku'tiird.iy'to join j To you, uussiuly, it means very little of Music, is summering at till ilMcr Ml" l'a'r east to their home in Arthur, tint. Miss Fair has severed her connection oi which Skelth 'was up for over, the holidav dear to woman's heart, I help in the matter of material, without, which the column would Impossible, I have often heard uco-.j Miss M. A. nalma ,li s fnm pie remark tlmfthey hail so little to'nn today to join a .utv ol tell, that it really wasn't worth Haiiff, where thtv wi'l le while. It is very much "worth whilj" for two weeks. to mcV It. is yum item aiiiied to oth- :rs. which linally mal.cs j jijxs Archer, Go se' ......-oic, is su to ring me up at the office or at n.y l.a'irs. Miss Archer vvill hi avi iv 101 residence, with so" e piece of news, a couple of months, yet to'me it means a great deal.-I B am a ccii.vanilivc stranger to most, i D. j. son David left or. of viiil, hut, my column, v.e' Saturday morning for Banff where shall, no sm.n become j they will join .Mrs. rhe> you in iiiiticluntiim of j "ill visit in lianff a week before re- with the Westminster she lias been a valued ind successful I member fur the past two years. ed- 1 '.h-'n, the support and i-nnliilence, whirii I j turning. am sure vo'i v. ill extend to me. j "1X0." Miss' Kdna Monroe left on Friday i _________ lor her home in Minneapolis vvhuii'0 'r in CULV tountv whispering, to one an- she vvill spend a fortnight Miss lino Mi'-s MicDonjld will ol ic Laura .Monroe accompanied her sister turn lo Letlibudgc until the of long their burning themes as. far as Verdcn, Montana. I September. Miss of, the U. I1 .K. freight office, left Saturday to join her sister at Uanlf, where they v. M 1 loujilc of vveeks before On- PERFECTION fowl far GfowiBf Girb tojn-Md (hey like it. I BowUm h Uhhy and j, it abwlutely part. fodelicwu km obuM br ue ol UK ind, ikilMIr UmM. to the ImM. Do Yon DM Cowan'i Cocoa? Tiie ancels 5 ether, C'cn fed a i. oi lo> None -o ,le ot as that oi Horence Hi de.ns will spind I .Mrs. 0. W. Robinson entertained at ller at her home in the tea hour on i-ridav in honor of :ic Hi route Miss Hodgms will Jliss McUermid uho limine- lllc Mlssc" ,--t with her sister Mrs r N'citv I hi color scheTne ft ,f Mr and Mr, s H Heller an ebridgc. Musi-oka white carnations bung used to ad P" lhcsc i ot as that Allan Poc in Calgary and HanIT previous to he liir honu in Biai iplon Out. Before returning west, shew enjoy the Si. Lawrelicc trip, visilia the slit me 01 Ste Anue dc Bcaupre The Flower. Guild is indebted .t Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham and Mrs. I B. Bowman for a gracious donatioi of pansies and othet blossoms 1 he E the Missc- I' Miss lirunton St spent tie latter part ol the week in Tabcr Mr K I) Johnslon is -itteading the eun shoot Vuarj Mrs lets h, i month summer. S'tnicv _aml little quests, tnjovcd tins slnait at, .ve gone to Rcgina to -spend a tie function -i alter which thev 'o to' uaUnce the Miss Gibson, Bank _ apart- ments, is Msitlng at Turin, Clla Miss Ina MrLcai lelt todaj to some Ume at and Ctull Lake Mr and Mrs' f G'_ are a time in Banff; he nuptialt of Jliss Etta Hendir son and Mr .Albert Ivcs will be cek hi a ted at ihe residence ot the bride >-lb Seventh St S, on Wednesiliv Julv oth1 Miss Uawson, who has been pin' -with Mrs. J 13 "_as at Ujc, rectorv, for the pail co ip Miss Helen Lethbrldge le turned last week from Havergal Col le'e Winnipeg, Is receiving the con grdiulations ot hei friends'on her sue cess in vv inning He for general pioficiencj in her own form and also the J75 00 boarder t scholarship C'rasir> Pllot sister of Dr Tughun short o! hai gone to her lion e Peterboiougli, Ont for the biinune Miss T C Mackav left this morn- ing ior the Lakes, where ahe "ill spend part of her vacation Mr R Wallace has as his guest for thesummet, his riaughtet, Mabel of La Grande, Ore Mr snrf MrC M 1 i n Mr and Mrs _ C n Carlson an children left on Saturdav for the summer horae at Lake Mlnnetonk Minnesota Jin--Carlson expects t retuin in thlee weeks, while Mrs Carlson and. the children will rema until September MacDonald DaUon and Mis who Miss Ran is spending her her mother and sister Florence Uavi m Saskatcheuan Miss Lion-left tonai for her i ome m Ottawa Miss Ljon has resigned her position it the Gall Mrs, K D Johnston, Rcdpath SI Bell "or h" M'" it ulh I T BC" U" it >uih her dau ictuined home' on r morning During then afa.v in the ntv, thev at the. Alexandra Miss Mice Birch had as her tuest ior the weekend Miss Hilhts, who has been teaching at .Miss Hilhts left todav'ior Medicine Hat, where she will enter the hospi '.al as a nurse in training. Miss Mav Keatch, Victoria sions, is summering at Svl- m L. l-e ilith'Miss Simons, formerly-of I .'th- bririge On '.ahirrtav night at the parson- age Rev T P Pern united in mar- riage Hoiera? Elcnbaum anil Mr George Hrailbcei Uoth parties were unattended Mr and Mis beer mil reside at 03L otitts fet. Miss B S Wallace, Fold left .Saturdiv for her home at Ch ior a uw lev, Ont wheie she will spend ihe summer. Mas--Wallace will travel bv boat irom Foit William to Owen Sound bj fo Grassy Lake otu-Tues the serious illness _of Mrs precutcs (he kindncsb ind nee oi the nUlion and nurses t Miss Mirgaret Bit) who has been soprino soloist at Knox thurch mcc Chriitmas, has guljn up hei position and will go where Hie. will be associated vvith the leaeiiini, of the public school signed, her rThc stiff here d.l.whii', Wtddluj March wii mi- dertd by the bride's Miss Uraee bride wore a handsome" town of white inaniuliette over de chene, trimmed with hand embroid- ery and swd pearls, and also wore the tltt of the Kroom, a throe-stone dia- mond ring. She carried a bomiiiel of roses and carnations, and was attended by lier sister, '.Marsarel, who wore a pretty gown of flowered moiia- and carried a bauijuot of plnki carnations and roses. Her gift from .he-groom was a silver hand IIIIB. Tho groom was supported by Air.-W. Mi Uarland. manager.of the Uauk oj Url- llsh North America at.Uuiik Lake, io whom he ,-ave a dlimond stick pin Ur. and Mrs. Holme, left on the 3.00 train-Tor Toronto and other eastern where they will spend Ihoi honeymoon, and on their roltirn vvil take up their residence' In bert The bride travelled In'a'unmrt suit of navj blue chiffon broadcloth black molie-bliaw hat with H band of cream baby Irish, inwrtlon ov- er tulle and (wo large piuk roses Ij Mg on the brim Clubi and Soclet'ies The Ladies' Aid: -.-i hllrch will hold a .social, c-. Vrcies- evening at the On Tuesday evening tl league of Hcstmfnslir church am: tht nraict meeting er. the consociation meeting uf the Heslcv Tpworth leigue this euiing hill hi givin bv I I Kitchic, and IJ. Buchanan will, liail the 'n eeting I wish to. remind, the .ladies, of St Uigusfin's parish ol the Hieeting of Monica's Cillilil on Tuesday. As this is the initial meeting tor the cason, all the ladies of the' congre- alioii arc asked to he present. Cvpinns I'uibh olds a devotional meeting once -in very two months, the next one to be lid on .lilh. This is u open meeting to whjch. every lady i the congregation is cordially invit- ed ia Mill be fill iffairs, whs so fre'quenlly 12 Latllcs' Son x 'B lrsi RaPtlst church ull hi lmhlc pirtl tlHJ 'nc wj .ut H.iuua JIlneBK pi Tuglian has been ing weaker and la now m it cntica condition t Mrs O f Butler and littte f son Gilbert lett afternoon for Banft, vvhire will spend severa) weeks While -ivvav thej will be the guests ol Mrs. I red Hhittakec, vho is summering a.1 the popular re sort Mr Butler accompanied, Mrs Butler to Caiman where pend a few davs before he city v Miss bcrvl N'imnions Wesfminstcr oad was the charming hostess ol a inchron at the noon on Fridaj overs were laid for twelve -it the rettilv irrangcd table which was lorncd with ferns ind large pink conies The deiightliill) informal Tur vias planned as a courlesj to teachers of Westminster school revioiis to thur separating [or the olidavs. icr sued card London deWatg: sayt The 'Am eilcan Mrg Reid save a dinner at Dorchester House tonight which'was-in the nature of a! farewell to the rxiko Of j. leaUng after the Kings to Ireland Scotland and Waleb for Canada, to. aesumo-the Governor-Gen eralshlp The Duke was accompanied by theJDuehes, Prutte.s Patricia and Prince Arthur of Connaught and the Party invited to meet them forced a distinguished company of diplomax statesmen and persons socially prom nent sir WHfnd Laurler was am ong the companv piesent and manv Americans and Colonials attended the dance which followed the dinner The house was beautlfullj decorated with palms and orchids There weie I'o dmers and it was much the largest affair given bv 4mbasado' and M" Held since thoj came to England venth on Wednesday aftiiaoon it ivo oikik 'hverv ladv of the societv is cordi il H invited lo he piescnl j chinch hnl I i ,whn i socnl in the hascm nt o' tin. chinch on riiursdi) vci i" In1 6 These festiviis ue ilvv vtn pop and no doubt a IK v J will ittcnd this one and is 1st i i 1 idies in their undertaking. The Baptist bundav chool p me which wasvto have been held ..n .Sat-, iirdai, had to be postpone I n -o-i count of inclement weather. It will I, take pi ice weather pelnuttl 15 ins dav afternoon vvhcn tlu.-hil Ir n v'll meel at the church -it one u c i go to the Glen. numhei of the local teachers l-usv presiding at the dcpaitment animations, in the surrounding lovns'hcr and cities Mr Brandon and ilr'nm P .Stewart were at ardston las, week, Mr Mav was at Miss Mar-sere t McGurk has rcsigne her position as pnmarv teacher in Westminster school to accept a lir one in Ldmonton Miss >Ic( has been nicmbei ol ihe I stall for the past vcar, during time her winning personalitv v on host of filends She will he n uch missed in St Pitrick s ch ircn where she was a vciv actne paiticularlv in the oung Ladies' co dalltv of which bhe pre-sid-ut this Miss Mcdurk ,s a shoit Miss McDermid matron ,f ,e Hospital has resigned Miss M mid who is i graduate of, I iai Hospital Detroit has given un' rd satisiaction in her work sincere icgrtt thit the n-l mcnt accepts her resignation M ,s McDcrnnd has hnd chirgc ji IV lor about live vears, She was lir foi about two vears and a half and Tbe ladies ol bt pitic.s Allar Socielv will give a tea n fficr noon and evening of I uvliv Uic' J i th at Mrs K r Pclam s cosj will he a band in ittendance mil ill who ittend the tea are assured oi a good time >r i 'it u i .Fifteen members Parish met with Mrs. I) day afternoon taia rtuu a nan anu icturned to Detroit maUc-rs wcre discu, til authorities of this ciU wired >n.r to pi come hack to ethbndgc This -ct "'though i-poVc volumes of hcr ,Qrl still he receiv a Her success, choiCT ,oratIOII Campbell iddrn id th due to the fact thai her it-it "l> U'e Morl' of lho was m the work onl Mlss Mjss 1 y in of St. Cyprian's and five Simpson i 11- imp irtant he piogiessng Silk puilfs cd with g an Lampbcll iddrn id the was m the work onlj ,0n ncction with hei work but m citj gcncrdllv Miss McDcrinid manv friends who will regret npbell speakci >cn v iv idlj bcfoic her hew tvcr> woman of the city citj gcncrdllv Miss McDcrinid adc 5 O'c llc'ir''" wild manv friends who will regret thc clt) IJ1C depirturc Miss McDermid ,s "-'oubt her up nursing entirel) ller plans 'or "llcresl missioni vou'dlMv. he future nc still uncertain cl ack of ntel, ,t is, oilen hough she leaves Lahbridgc on of vvtnt ucsdaj for Cakari i-____ bemK lloni: for Cdljrarv Miss have eharse of the hoip.UMn' plate MAKKETS 5 account of the marriage thefoll the foll c" A quiet ,erj pwttv took place at o.e oUock on Wednes rd thur thur, Fndlan Duck Uk, be the bridge of Dr w 3 Holme, W Prince Albert wn Of Mr and Mrs fames of Chatham Ont The ceremonj performed hv tne Rei c G >oung of Prince 41 at the home of the mr In the presence of about of the Immediate relative, and Mends of the contracting p.rtle> The draw Ing room was prttlll) 'decorated nth the bride and (room stand beneath anh ol rows Mm GRAIN MARKETS I lulv 3 wheat open 97 18 Uobed IT December opened 01 ,M 4 Julj ojiencd 3S 18 closed 3 I Oc lober opened IS clofced "Us t Jul> closed 1JO Octobei clojed 5 Northern wheat- 97. -Northern 94, 3 Northern 90 l-sflfa. t 85 J 4 No a 81 No 6 7f 62 nits C W 36 1 2 Flai No 1 N i tl> STOCK MARKET Liverpool July Koger, f. Co cable todaj that the I Uirkerthead Market were maintained with difficulty, the demand being very ttow Saturdays quotation, remnin ed unaltered and may be quoted for) both States and Canadian steeri from 13 le H 1-3 cants per hundred. I WATCH TO-MORROW'S OF -THIS 14PER FOR NEWS f: OF THE SEMI-ANNUAL" 7 i COMMENCES ON at O.OU o'clock THE GRANDEST, OPPORTUNITY FOR REAL SAVINGS EVER PRESENTED TO THE PEOPLE IN THIS DISTRICT ;