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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1017 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEIt TO-NIGHT At 8:30 at the Y.M.C.A. The Assiniboia Music Co. Ltd. Arc using the Official Laboratory Model Edison Recreation. The same model as Is being used In all the tone test* all over the United States. This Recital is Free TO ALL AND WE WANT TO SEE YOU THERE SO PLEASE-DON'T MISS IT. YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO. FREE TO ALT, MILADI MINISTERS S OF CONFEDERATION | Pastors of Various ('hurdic:-j Commemorate ."i0th Anniversary In Services .lira. .Salmon has returned from a visit to tho cuiihI. cities. * * Alius Winnie Stilt, and Miss Minnie Aeheson spent the week end In Calgary. � �  Mr. anil Mrs. .1. MeNulty have loft to spend two months at Vancouver and Seattle;. Mrs. Ci. R James anil little daugh-A. Kletl left on Saturday to spend the summer In Toronto. Mr. and Mra. (5. \V. Allison left lliis j ________ morning for Proctor, II. ('., to spend | a month. ' .inly second, Confederation day, � � * jand Canada's flft.it-t!i lilrtliday, wa.; Miss 1). If. filayzor. of tile post j fittingly observed in tin- churches of office staff loft this iiioi-tiiiit-r to spend 1 ,h'! (,,l-v "� Sunday. Special kit-a vacation tit Watcrtou Luk. a. Ivf,:�� worc U"M :" Nvllilli sllll-i Miss C. L. Trer.holmo and .Miss 1'. A. Fleet left on Saturday to spend the summer In the. eastern provinces. Aire McC.illum'". section of tl." j ' Rebckahs v.-ill meet tomorrow n * '� * * * Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Smith and Mr. II. Mo.O. Young leaves today j Miss Ruth Anderson of Saskatoon, for lu's home, near .Montreal, having re- t have arrived In the city, where they If the ccived word that his mother Is very ill. *  # Mrs. C. K. C'nrberry and her sister, Miss M. Wilson have left to spend a few days in Medicine Hat enrouto to spend the summer in Ontario  * * A very successful (ea and pantry sale was held on Saturday afternoon by the Junior W. A. of St. Mary's church in the parish hall when about !J20. : : * : .> > �. : on First street south. There will be dancing, cards and music. �   Dr. M. M. Dunsworth returned on Sunday morning from the Northwestern University, Chicago, III., where ho received the degree of D. D. S. Dr. Dunsworth, who \jf held a perfect record at the university for three years, will be associated with Dr. M. J. Gibson. I ... Pie. E. Holberton of the Strathcona Horse, stationed at Winnipeg, -. ls^ Minnie Kern of Calgary attended tin bride and Mr. Caryl Snyder of Edmonton was tho best man. Following the ceremony a dainty wedding supper was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kern, 51S 22nd Ave. West. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will be at homo to their friends at Edmonton after September 1st. McCREADY-MACLEOD A quiet hut pretty wedding took place this morning at ten o'clock at St. Augustin's church, when Muric! over the Conscription measure. ! Quebec was governed more lik i ' western provinces where tin meat is all powerful, not the church, things would have had a very different aspect. At United Church. Kev. E. j. llodgins at the Culled church. North I,"thbridge, sketched very clearly the events in the past that hud led up to and the difficulties encountered with in the bringing about of confederation. Canada is composed of a most cosmopolitan people, yet through Confederation a::*' the co-operative powers of the provinces we are able in a very short time to turn all these people into loyal Canadians. St. Augustine's. Special services were held at St. Augustine's at which Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright gave a splendid address on iho possibilities ~S Confederation as the moans of binding together the nations of the world. To do this, however, it must he perfected at. home in each colony, the empire as a whole and then wdien the nations are ready it may be applied to them. The mayor and commissioners attended the service in their official capacity. St. Cyprian's. Rev. W. V. -Mc-Millen at SI. Cyprian's gave a conciso sketch of Canada's past history and showing tho on Page 6. Read it over. You will find news to your advantage. point out the various conditions at | present, which must lie eliminated he govern- | f,,,.,, perfect confederation will result. When this is done: the future possibilities of this country will be illimitable. Baptist Church. Rev. C. A. Baker at the Baptist church gave :i splendid address based on Confederation and dealt with its relation lo the. present conflict, in Europe. The aim of Confederation is that of worthy nationhood and Canada is, slowly but surely drawing towards that end. At Wesley church racial hymns were sung commemorating the event. I oit"r trial in AuguBt. A. B. Hogg detond^l Schwartz, while tho prosecution wtu conducted by H. W. Church. moves bac^to athens Salonlkl, July l.-^The provisional government, which ivaB established here nine months l(o by � Premier Venizelos and his "fdlowers, was merged on Saturdayjnto the legal government of Unlto� Greece. The officials of the pro^iional ' government havo loft SalonJ.l for Athens. Delayed Shipment White fad Bals White enamel hce^ and soles, to hand this uWn-ing. \ THIS WILL BE YOUrIlaST CHANCE THI8 SUMME1 TO secure these very |opu-lar SHOE8. see them early Clearing flj 1 O Price ?p X OO per \ pair ; W. J. Nelson & O SHERLOCK BUILDING friends. Pte. Holberton who is wel' known in the city lately transferred to tho Stratchona Horse from the II. N. W. M. P. after being stationed for some time, in the Yukon. *  * Despite the warning of the coming event given in the recent issue of the Eye Opener, the marriage on Saturday of Mr. R. L. Edwards, Its proprietor and editor, and Miss Kate Penman was quietly celebrated, unwitnessed by friends, on Saturday afternoon at Mount Royal college, Calgary. Rev. Dr. Kerby performed the ceremony. There were no attendants. The bride was very pretty and charming in a smart traveling suit of navy blue, with a leghorn hat. Later Mr. and Mrs. Edwards left for Vancouver, and will spend their honeymoon at the coast. * * . On Sunday, June 10th, Mr. and Mrs. James Perry, well known old timers in tho Lethbridge district, celebrated their golden wedding at their home on their ranch on the Big Bow river, when th,ose present spent a very enjoyable day. Mr. and Mrs. Perry received many costly presents from the family and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Perry came from Chasetown near Walsall, Staffordshire, England to the United States In I8C11 and from there to Alberta in 1SS-1. Mr. Perry walked from Medicine Hat to Eeth-"o;ldgo with a party of men to open up tho Gait mines. At that time tho coal was freighted by water In steamboats from Bank Head, now Loth-bridge, to Medicine Hat. A few years later Mr. Perry started ranching and at present Is one of Alberta's most prosperous ranchers. At tho ages of 72 and 70 this grand old couple are both halo and hearty, enjoying the best of health. They had a large family of 12 children, eight now alive, six sons and two daughters, the eldest son, .Tamos R. Perry, farmer. Grassy Lake; W. H. Porry, farmer, Burdett; Eber S. Porry. rancher, Tabor; S. C. Perry, now at the front [with the IIDth Battery C. F. A.; .1. Coral Perry, rancher, Grassy Lake; Arthur R., looking after his father's ranch; Mrs. Alivo M. Davis, oldest daughters living on a ranch- near Lethbridge, and, Mrs. \V. F. Hopkins, llardlevillo. They also have twelve grand children and two groat grandchildren. London. June 110.-Suggestions that the United States should govern various disputed lands as the trustee for civilization arc being advanced by European publicists with increasing frequency. The destinies of Palestine, Syria and even the Suez canal have been thus arranged by enthusiasts. Joseph Wedgewood, who was on the staff of General Smuts iu East Africa last, year, proposes in an article in the Nation to givo the United States the largest, order yet framed. All German African colonies, Mr. Wedgewood says, should be pooled relation between the two, went on to with tho Congo Free States and the The original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM, FRANCIS, c]o. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st St. W., Calgary. N. T. Macleod, well known old-timers of Lethbridge, was united in marriage to Mr. Thomas H. McCroady, Phm. U.. only son of Mrs. E. A. McCready, of Bowmanville, Ont.. and managing director of the Rod Cross Drug and Book Co. The ceremony was perform ed by Rev. Canon Murrell-Wrigut in the, presence of relatives and close friends of tho bride and groom. The bride, wearing a stylish suit of bronze green gaberdine, the coat opening over a blouse of cr?am Georgette and lace and a most becoming hat of white silk straw faced with pale pink Geor gette and trimmed with French blue ribbon and two pink roses, enlerer1 the church on the arm of her father who gave her away. The bride's flowers were a shower bouquet o Ophelia roses and pnlest pink sweet peas tied with pink mallne. Miss Nora Macleod was her sister's bridesmaid and wore a pretty frock of flowered voile in pink and mauve shades, with a white panama hat edged with pink and trimmed with pink roses and foliage. She carried deep pink sweet peas and ferns tied with pink maline. Capt. E. C. Mac-Kenzie was tho groomsman. Wedding music, was played by the organist of the church. Directly after the ceremony (he wedding party motored to the bride's home where a dninty wedding breakfast was served. A handsomely decorated wedding cake and Ophelia roses, pink sweet peas and gypsophel ia decorated the bride's table, while garden flowers were on the smal' quartette tables. Masses of white peonies and columbine adorned the rooms. Tho groom's gift to the bride was a handsomo diamond and platinum lavellior, to the bridesmaid he gave a pearl and diamond brooch and to tho best man ho gave gold cuff links. Tho bride's mother wore a hecom ing gown of bottlo green satin and Georgette crepe with black hat trim med with white osproys and a corsage bouquet of Ophelia roses. Mr. and Mrs. McCrendy left by motor to spend two weeks in the Wlndcmero Valley and on their return will reside at 00(1 14th Street South. Mrs. Fred Rhodes, of Plnchor Creek, cousin of the bride, Mrs. O. J. Scott, of Conldale, aunt of the bride and Mr. J. F. Macleod, of Coaldale, uncle ol the brldo were present at the wedding GET ACQUAINTED TRIP TO MANYBERRIES Special Train from Lethbridge WEDNESDAY, JULY 4th Leaves Lethbridge 7 a.m.-Leaves Manyberries 11.30 p.m. Returning. Fare for Round Trip $2,70 Big Program Sports. Lethbridge Band in Attendance Admission I'rce to Grounds m in tbe Cit� Cburcbes Christian Science-Wednesday at 8 p.m., testimony meetiug. At Pentecostal Mission-Tuesday nt 8 p.m., Prayer and Tho Word. Thursday, S p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of tho Holy Ghost. A hearty welcomo to all. At United Church. Tonight ut 11 o'clock, meeting of the stewards In the church. Thursday ui ,'! p.m., a meeting to amalgamate ttaa/ ladies' aids will be held in the church. Thursday evening, uh ice cream social will bo held on the grounds of the church. Baptist Church. Wednesday at 8 p.m., quarterly business mooting in the church. Thursday at 11 p.m., Women's Mission Circle will meet nt tho parsonage, corner 4th Ave. and 12th street south. All the women of tho congregation are invited. At Knox. The collectors for systematic, giving for the Ladies' Aid will call during tho week and the convenor of tho committee will bo at the school room on Thursday at 3 o'clock to rocolvo tho collections, as the monthly meetings havo beon discontinued during July and August. Friday at 8 p.m., preparatory service. Next Sunday, the sacramont of tho Lord's Supper will bo dispensed at tho morning service. Christian Church. Tuesday at S p.m., monthly business raeotiiig of tho ft E.' society at homo of Mrs. Dun8�a|tl$. (ill;, fltli St. S.j. Wednesday at,'8*.n\, prtvytr mneting it church. ThiiFsdftV nt 2.30 p.m., monthly business meeting of Ladles' Aid Society at home of Mrs. Whit-akoiv 624 4th .St. south. Friday, at 2.30' p.m., sowing at lied Cross rooms. 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