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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'Vlflay..Tilly tins ftAtW WETLALP 11' Garment Hospital Dept. Siclc'gaimenls mudo wall If your.- put, we raaet them. 'H your coaU (ire broken down wo build tlium up and give life. If your Bkirte uro .HI. wo guaranteji u cure; Oiir surgeons, ,'the best.' Oiif baliiis cure all o'vils that.. wcarJpg tippurol ia heir to. PattoniB drafted to order Also try our cleaning and pressing department. J. High-Claw Ladles' and' Men's Tailors. Where Was God When the Cyclone Struck? Corns and think it over with me .Sunday evening next. A. C. WATSON, Pastor, First. Baptist Church Morning Subject: "A Good FIRST TRIP IN SIXTY YEARS FATE OF ONE VICTIM OF WRECK -FAMILY WIPED OUT Corning, N Y, luh luenty- fnc of live of llic VPS tardily on the Liickawanna Railroad liave Ijeeu identifici! and sixteen still awaited eight iu Flrnira and eiglit in Lornmg iborU- onc pcrso.ns were killed and fifty-one injured in.' the disaster. Vddttioiul identilications MOID made in the earlv houis of tlie uiorniiiK. "Ilbuis New York, uhose taken to Filiiura, vas icLOgnizcd there bj lier brother (H tlie injured hut lour, Mis Hlpnnnn, Idiaci Onffitli, Nellie feclundlc, all of Ven York, and M.if Fi niann, uf Jersey arc con- Bidered._scriously hurt. A pathetic case that of Wil H Laml, 01 liuftalo, en- tire fjimh, consisting of his wife, dauglitfi and two-year- old uiped out hy the catas- liophe Ihs falhei also killed. Mr Laud, uho is emplojeJ m a Buf- printing establishment, left tiiat city.last night knowing only that bis father, George had been' kill- eel. He had no. information oi' the the.others, and visited the local moiguci ioaiching for the misiing ones Vt the lust place he Msitafl he found his little boy and gill lain out silo by side on a single stretcher, at second morgue he found the body of his wife beside that of his aged lathei The family had taken of .tlfe holiday excursion rates for a. re- union m Buffalo It Geoige J aird's first railroad tup m jears, Board had.iheen considering the sub '01 ill MAGRATH RETAINS ITS HIGH SCHOOL IT WOULD BE A RETROGRADE MOVE TO ABOLSH.HIGHER CLASSES Magiath, "Alto, Jilly iqeet- Ing ot tho ratopiiyois tyelil In tlio Itoiiuni of tho jmbllc school Wednes day '.'ovoulng, called (or !tho' purpose of considering'the advisability of cl- Inilnntlng tho high school deirartmtfn of tho public school, decided almos In favoi of malntalnini tho higher sfados; It being foil tha not afford'to'go back ward In educational work. tn tljo absence of the chairman Iho Board, James wlio Is present on a business trip to Idaho in his opening remarks stated the oh jecl of tho meeting. Ho sniil that j'eet Cor some time, but 'they hardly prepared to in the uutli'au expression was heard from the ratepayers. Ho then called-for expressions from those present. In niuwer to a question as to the true s'tato of the high school; Secre tary J. -Evans, rend u: the three years, showing a n tlceable decrease in Attendance dt ing the past year. Mr. TCvans statt_ that tlie cost of maintaining the high school WRS ralther high'In proportlo to the number of students who attenc. ed, and. that from year -to'year, the cost fluctuates. On the average, uo'sv ever.. tho .cost ,of maintenance coul be conservatively placed at from 000 lo In reply to a questio as t0 the reason for the falling off'i: tho patft year; Mr. Evans explaine that it was Galbraith ol a thimble lea this afternoon, toinnlimenlary to Mis Mcliilyre, of Whiiln, vv'io u Mrs A 11 Stafford's guest. Mr jad Mis Fiank .Stoltre, ol C.icdi Fallb, have tato up their re-1 sideiice in tlie house formerly occupied by Ur and Mrs. J. K Rivers on London Hoad. Mr.-MoArthur and-Mr. Williamson won from Mr.' Emerson and Mr. Fran- cis i-G C-3 at the city courts last.evening. Tea will-be served tomorrow after- noon, when Biaclcod visitors will be present; C K -p... Conyueare, K.O., D.C.L., leaves .tomorrow to attend a bencli- 1 meeting it Banfl lie will be ac- companied In Mrs t'oujbeare, Miss unc (on) beare and Mi, Bruce Con) I care, w bo' v. ill visit m Banff Mrs "John T. Bums has consented to speak in Cardston some day tteek, perhaps Thursdav, to the lad- ihe distric't' tin the work of the Women's Department nf the Dry- ming Congress It is quite prob- able that 'Miss Roberta McAilams, who is in connection with the Home Economic Work in the Gov- ernment Department, also be present and address the meeting. There will be a welcome for them both ft hen thej airnc The home of Mi, anil Mrs James Alston of Magrath, was the scene of a pretlv wedding ev- nlng, then, daughter, Miss Kate, ..was.married to Mr Sylvan Fowler, son ol'Mr. and Mrs. D T Fowlei A large nnmrbei ol gucbts present, and 'the neuh e tile retipientsrjof costlv ind useful piesents The niainage look place at 8 30 o'clock, Bishop larker officiating. Tbe evening, was delightfully ipenl in music, prefaced an enjovable and daintily sened luncheon Mr and. Mrs are two of Magrath's populai joung people and ihej are leceuing the congratulations of man} friends J hev ill make tbcir home m Ala grath. Our Semi-Annual v 4 i tj CLEARANCE starts on MONDAY, JULY 8th and runs till WEDNESDA Y, JUL Yl 7th See To-morrow's Herald for Full Announcement Hudson's Bay Co. Clubs and Societies _________________________J Rev. T. P. Perry will address, the rteslcj Epuolth Leajrue on Monday ou "Sotinl life" Special music will he rendered. All the young leople sparing no time nor patience in eu- tluoiigli the Board of Trade and other mediums, to secure the hauling of ibe enormous lonnago of equipment and building material for.the monster- U. S. Reclamation I '-emce Dam at Moi.tana, tbrougli Cardston. H 13 said that Ions oPcoal is the first SMiall order, while cement, steel, lime, etc., as well as supplies will he shipped .in great quantities to the point of pres- ent ojwrations Onh one oiistaclf is in the way for Cardston's getting: this enormous shipment, of material tiiiougli lius dibtrict, which is the lack of about worth; of road work on -.the wagon road next to the International Boundary .line. 'This matter Mr. Wriolf is taking up with Hie Minister of Public.Works, as .is also tbe Board of Trade. LITTLE DROWNED Ottawa, July Moreau, six yenrs old, son of Albert: Korean, Oiit- Ineau Point, was drowned In the Ot- tawa river.this.afternoon tvhllo play iiiK with several other children on (he shore.; The body wtg recovered later. PRICE NATURAL GAS The Provincial Natural Gas pany of Niagnra Falls has raised Us rate from 30 lo -10 eenli a. thousand feet. TEACHERS FOR RAYMOND SCHOOL BOARD ENGAGES THREE WILL SEEK UP-TO-DATE-PRIMARY TEACHER Rajmond, Juh 5 Ibe regular meeting of the Raymond school board is field evening, when the staff of the school was conflicted with the exception of a primarv leachei Aliases _Mary son', and ISmrua Bonbon weie present lind prot- fered Ihcll at a salaiv of f S71! _nnd SliSj.resprctfulIj, and the applicalion of Mi Speakman, is at present in Calgary writing on bis fust tlass> certificate examinations, was submitted, and it was decided to emploj linn at a sal.iri of per annum It was moved by Mr Alfred nnd seconded Mr Naldei, that Alehin King he tendered Mr Verg's loom at a salary 01 5800, and that llibs Debsa Johnson be cmplojcd at i salarj of S67T The secretary was instructed to advertise for a fitst primary teacher, and to ask In spector Mclveriichet to recommend suitable pesson [or the position. MONTREAL LOSES FOUR FACTORIES Montreal, lulj T latest move in the strike of the garment workers is the removal of four manufacturing establishments out of the cltj establishments which have Wener Bros and Hart who opened a shop at Sorel Elkm ami companv, Crown Pants eompanv, gone to Cornvtall, and the Union Clothing companv, to St .John's, Quebec Mort Bread nill be the result of ;our bakmr, 1C you use White Cakes. Your grocer keeps them m 5c pack- ages ol sii cakes Send today tor sample. White Swan Spices fc Cer- eals, Limited, Toronto, Ont Five Cents all you need pay for the best and purest soap in the world Sunlight Soap. The inducements offered with common Maps cannot make up for the purity of Sunlight Soap. It costs US more to make pure soap; but it costs YOU less to use it, for Sunlight pays lor itself In the clothes, as it does not wear and rub fabrics like common Maps do. 5c. a bar at all ;