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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta KntlH'dny, ,Tnly 1012 THE LETHBRIBGEi DAILY HERALD IV! G 1C BAKING WATCH THE MOOSE GROW The Loyal Oriler pi Moose ii> 'glad Jo state that am on -liorir.on.: Hro. C. U. Wagner, Deputy Supreme Oigamicr from the Supieme Lodge, has come to Loth- htidge, and the MithUbiastii, attitude shown by tho local lodge is remaik- Sneaking loilay one 'nan'said 'H'hib means that watch our imoKe now The charter is open and ithe inembcLship w ill increase As a lodge we would.llki1' you to give thli an honest consideration Ati) thing thai mates for the. beller- tncnl of mankind; should ciicourag- The Loyal 'Order of .Moose ;jiims at Hie good clean icllowbliip ot man- kind, oiling the, iiiaUiincty of cvjuy daj life, just and malting life' little kfnder Von will' have a greater for your neighbor and bigger felling of seH-iesnect "SniW, aho a Deputy Organ- Hat, where J lodge is ntfw being fotined, (on 1o see conditions and visit Bio Wag- nei the meelmg eiiHflisias tic encouragement and we were deed gladjto''havo him with us, and lie return again i Mrs no'bl Bvynn of Dorchester "was fatally hurt by a full down stairs at the home oC her. daughter, Mrs J D MILADI ?V "INO" FHONEt: Mr and Mrs'.'N. J. turned from Calgary. t Mi and Mrs W A Mtt, clitldicu. and leave for Vancouver on Tuesday morning lor a two months' vacation. Mi 0 H: manager ft! itlioy Dominion 'Bank, CMrcsholmJ was married on June 21st to'MisS' Jan- Waterman at Fr.aMr.viHc, Out. The bride formerly taughl school 111 Clarcsliolln. 'Hie miaul of Mr. and Mrs. D.' IT. Kltori, opera- tion in Gait hospital, .is progress- ing nicely beffully_ recovered, in a few dayt. Mr. IV. A. LcaviU the east today after is a delightful, healthful homo RG as a uoted education- al Institution Curriculum in- cludes, Classics, Elocution, Music, Art, Household and Commercial 'courses Write the Principal for Prospectus Fall "Semester begins Sept, Oth. ROBT. I. WARNER M.A.D D. St. Ontario Torontp Conservatpry Of Music EDWARD FISHER, Mut. Don., Muiicaf Monday, September 2nd 'CONSERVATORY RESIDENCE for young lidy itudcnti U and will! be ready for the opening. Book, 170 pages, mailed on ap- plication. lelunwd Ijom a'coomptnylng his family to Welland, Ont., where they vill spend the summer Mr Lcavili stopped off a day atf (o view the result ot the cjclone ITe sajs no newspaper reporl, could! pos- sibly conicy to the readV a suffici- ent conception of the terrible destruc- tion-inflicted. Miss Plorrie Hill was the charming little hostess at a tea hoifr event jes- afterribon from four to" six, M hen reveral of liei school girl (rjends spent a pleasant hour with hei Thosj bidden weic Misb Winnie llazell, Miss Donna Miss Marion Alarrs, Mibs Margaret McKillop, Miss Mary Young, Miss Helena Simpson, Miss ficrtha Miss .Dorothy Morrib, Miss, Ada Murws Miss Mur- iel O'llagan, and Misb Eva Iluttou .A despatch from London today says Hon R L Garden n spending this week end with Donald McMastcr, member for Chcrtscv in the House of Commons Mrs Morton sajfa they are only able to accept one in of the in'vitatioiis showered on them Dora Green (Will McChesney) au- thor of London, died yesterday. She bom 1871 Slip had rnnde a 'special study the TIrMish Sivih ifaf and -was i prolific writer. .A cable .to. the: Herald to-day, says1 Th'e'ib'aU' at-Buckihgham: Palace is one of .the most stately ceremonies of -the London season. .The King and' Queen are giving two this month, the fint of which was held last night. When King .and accom- panied by .other Royal family, entered the ball room, the sight was a glorious.one.1 There was a glittering display of jewels, and the i At'.lhe residence of Mf.'John Seot 2011 Thirteenth street Noilh, last nigh wuB'eolcmnb.ed but very pre ty wedding. 'The coutra'ctlng pjirtle wore MK-A.-It. Johnson and Miss At nee Stein, Rev. W. W. Dryden off Ida ing. Miss liortlm Scott acted as brides maid, while the groom-was gupporte by his biothor, Mr. John Johiisoi The bilde was gomi'ed In a veiy iircl ty creation of whUe net, cmbrolderei in roses, while the lookei charming in a pretiy frock of whit eyelet. After a dainty supper th happy couple left, for a "short honej ,moon trip in the mountains. Afte their.'return they will reside In the! new-'.'hoino in North.Letiibridge. I On Saturday evening; last, at tb residence of' Mr. Mark' Baldwin, .Mr Lloyd James Sniallborn, of Blairmore nnd Miss Ada Margaret Cooper, Northfleet, were unl; ed in marriage by the Rev. J. F. Hun ter, pastor of Central Baptist churcl The newly married couple have taken up. their abode in more Enterprise. On Monday evening last, at the re sidence of'Rov. J. P- Hunter, Thoma Doyle, of Medicine Hat, was marrlet to Miss ..Mary Sewell, Tynemouth, England. Mr. and Mrs Doyle 'will make their home at Beav er Enlerprise. Clubs and Societies white walU of the t chamber showed to perfection'the splendid toilettes of the ladles, and tb'e gold and silver brocades, which, are now popular. Delicate shades of jellow, from the deepest gold to the tendei- est tints of seamed to'predom- mate, but blues, ahell pinks -and mauves were much in evidence TJm guests numbered ,The King wore tho uniform of the Royal Horse Guards, the riband of the Gar- ter and a. numberof decorations The Queeii'n gpwn.'waacOf cream and gold brocaded silk too, wore the ribbon of the Gaiter Her jewels emereld and-diamond-tiara, and her neck ornaments splen- did diamonds The (3ueen was frc quently among; the dancers, but the King only took part in the royal quad rilles, which Is little more than a parade. The monthly meeting of the mem hers of. the Nursing. Mission -will held on Monday afternoon at 4 o'clocl at the nurses' home. The Young People's Society o-.' Ui- First Jiaptist Church will hold a soc ial on Monday evening, July 8, at o'clock. A cordial invitation, is :ex tended io all young people of the city Some items on the programme Shor talks by Miss Lucy of Saskatoon and.Mr. C. H. Beer of this city; solo by Miss Gladys Tabor; some guess and nients. light refresh at 3 o'clock urgtd to attend The ladles of St Mary's pmld wil meet with Mrs. Arnold; 233 Twentieth street North, on Monday afternoon All ladies interestad are t, J The Flower Guild w mhcs to thank following ladies for donations o flowers to the hospital Mrs Kraclie, Mrs MLS. Me Intyre, Mrs Sherlock, Mrfi. Ifreeman Mis. Shaw, Miss Gray and Miss Simpson. C. N. Clendennlng 'of Niagara Falls was elected president of the Wellam County Conservative Association. Nova, Scotia lobster fishermen are uroufied by a bill which may become Jaw in requiring that all can ned flsh be siampefl with -the countrj of oiigm This would turn back ship menta ;wori.li Helpful and Harmless If your dealer cannot supply you, the J L Mathieu Co, Sherbrooko, P Q, box postpaid o'a receipt c? Everybody in Lethbridge a judge of Ice Cream. In announcing that we have the business conducted by H. Schweitzer, AVO ask you to pass judgna-ni on our Ice Cream. We want it known that our Tee is pure as Avell as dclicioitb. We hope that in a very short time j'ou will say "Give me Killicn always.1 Wo will always have on hand a fresh supply of fine cakes and pastry and will carry the best lines of confectionery. Lei U8 prove to yon the nicritN of what we sell. o M i Kilhen Macalpme 's Old Mtaiui, Third Arc. T JieiHELP HIDKEYS Owtf., JAN. asth, 1911 "For over twenty years, I 'have been troubled with Kidney Disease doctors told' me they could do me iio good. They said my case was nicurabla and I would suffer all my life. I doctored with different medical men and tried many advertised remedies, but there was none that suited my case. Nearly a I ..have been using'them nearly all the time since, and am to say that I am rured. I bave no trouble now with my Kidpeysancl I give credit of'doing what the doctors said was impossible. -I am seventy-six years old and am in first class health." GEO. W a box, 6 for 50, trial size 250. At ill dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa, Eye Witness Storm tContlnued- from" front pagej seemed to realize" what had happened During the iorepart of tne day the itmosphere was intensely hot, al- hough a slight biceze was blowing Jefoie the cyclone burst forth there appeared to be a dead calm At the east end oE the city a shaiplv definet cloud like a vv edge shape, black with a brownish color front, hove in sight and before anv one had time to th'nk it let foo'seMis fury, and tlie whole damage was) done It was ightning piece, and it seemet almost impossible how such a t! could "happen ThiPaffair. seems a jiroani 'of Jl who witnessed the (ivent The btorm seemed to start 'sbufli of the lake and west of the parliament buildings and vent right north on Lome stieet rhrough Victoria Park, where manv fine brick 'residence, treet> and gardens were" literally shattered to' pieces be- ond all recognition It Was a hear] rending bight and one will long ive nn the memoij of those who i t Hegina had never expener wind storms oi any _acoount, but hero ib no telling what'the forces of nature are capable of doing On the morning after the tragedy Inspector Jurnett while on his way to the sta- .ion passed scores of men with band- aged heads and arms Then faces vere pitiful and told of hours of ati juish and suffering "The city will cquire all the financial help it can to aid the sufferers, nuny ol whom have lost Uii'ir all, the nspector, who expressed the opinion hat out of the chaos and disorder tcgma would use up a bigger and etter city of tlic great west HERALD RELIEF FUND The Herald acknowledges receipt oi wo further subscriptions to the Re ma relief fund today Jreyiously acknow ledgcd J53 00 fev V 0 Watson 5 00 ipl Gillespio 5 00 "'NEWS FROM THE EAST. The mutilated body of a man, sup- posed to be Antlipw Ballagh of Glen- oe nag found on the railwaj near The C- N. "R. will pass .through Thbrpld in spite of St.. fforts to land it. Robt. McArthur was chosen as pre- ident of tho North'Wellington-Re orm Association. capitulijied o .manufacture wood alcohol will oca to, at of Hanover picked up a .ve wire and woe kilted. He leaves widow and seven children. Hon. Martin the ibrarlana' convention at Ottawa, em- the impcrtance of attractive gricultural libraries.' he fint Time Offered for In Coriniry .Tolilc, ic- VCfl dandruff and falling the hair. Has a record for prow- cases out of 100 Karh nckngp contains a packet of Machfla ry Shampoo Powder; Price for com- etc home treatment, ?1.00.. Sold and guaranteed by Jackaott ft .Go, DRAYTON MET HIS COLLEGE CHUMS arrval of II. L Dray tow', the new chief or the Hallway Com atHho offices ofr the board yes teal ay in the ot a college Bunion Hoth lie nd tlie asbjStu.it coiiiinibbioiict, Mr. D'Arty Scott .were classmates logcthm at Toioniu University and llicj went ihiougJj the law school IdgsLhir. sufficient an it was cemented a little Mac- Lean into the room and there ttas a further recognition or college clmms. So Drajton'b in- troductlon to the v( Kail way Commis- sion. was of .the' happiest character. He had or met Dr. Mill? fore and tlie only member of the loard to. whom Jie had to be intro- uuceil Mr. Goodie It is believed that' the active as- sumption oVdiil.es by II L Dray- Ion will be followed by negotiations for tlie establishment of n joint com- mission to ftxcrcise supervision through railwav traffic between Can- ada and the United States much on the same lines as the waterways are regulated It will be recalled that ago the basis of such an organization was agreed to by the late Judge Mabee and Chairman Knapp, of tlie Inttr-State Commerce Commission. It was given ef- fect to, however, the late went not wishing to mix it up with lecLpracily, Thu present ministry has not dealt witl> it either, but shortly t ofore his death, Judge Mabsc sfcrong- li urged that tlic matter be taken up as there arc many abuses winch can- not be remedied for lack of jurisdic- tion. When you're ViJT color, a sick, yet nol sick cmifigh'i'to call the doclo'rj you want a sure J A on. wily h advertise Nyals' Family Remedies Look TotMlio dandelion colored v.'iappeis and the name The formulufof Nyal's Family' Remedies are all .Exceptionally gt and thoie's a Njal Remedy for most oralnarj ailments, which know to be effective. We itrongly recommend Nyal't Rtmediet know. what's In them. t AND GUARANTEED BY Red Cross Drug Book Co., Ltd. fEndnriogQualU h amired forts, spooniindtimng IMCCI If they tit This brand, know" in beautiful dcripii, ii J in the heaviest plitt. It J IIM been renowned for over 60 yon. Your Spring Clothing will .aeeord vltl) 'the and beauty of blowomv and' vert are if you 'send it to The Crovn .Cieaneri in lifue for thf firgt balmy dayg Bprinc 15 ill make your IMI spring guit Iqolc like JL nev wbon'we and n 1'he Grown Off WnJey Church, Phcfi. 474 GREAT RUSH TO RED CHAMBER Ottawa, July The Evening Citi- says x Major Deattie, W P of London, is, piomiueati} spokea of at> successor of the late Dr. Sthr' ator foi St. There are now seren vacancies in the Upper House, four from Nova Scotia caused by the deaths of Senators t Miller, Ross, Co- mean and McKav, one in Prince Ed- ward Island due to Senator ald's death and two m Ontario ow- ing -to the disqualification by non-at- tendance of Senator Sullivan, of Kingston, and the 'death' of Se'nator Wilson, on ThursUa} John Stanfield, M P chief Conser- vative is averse' to ceediwg Senator McKay 'of v Truco M P the seat ,A. ek-M P ir probable, to' Senator In Senator Sulllvm'j incfaie Dennis phy, frA vtli'e Jpttavra aifiMf- ist, Qeo' Gordon, pp-MP., lor issing and Bir'kttt, ex-M P. tori1', Ottawa.! i f' J Mr Gordon resigned to provide seat Wr Cochrane. Three' of tho vacancies were held byi als bf a net CoiuervB- live iip whtn the are filled the bouadatyiV be _ two jnbre-benaliifi. though special l The li selections Scbafliicr, M .llld Daniel Spripl'e, ot, Wmnipet. The Canada t l Financial Corporation, Limited Winnipeg, Manitoba Authorised Capital (Divided Into Shire of; uch) BrOARD OF DIBECTOBS Preiident VALENTINE WINKLER, Esq. M. P P Vice-President and Managing Director JOHN MclVOR Capitalist Secretiry-Trlliurtrt ERNEST A. PLBTCHBR, Barri3ter-at-Law R. M. SIMPSON, M. D Preeident Health Asioclation BERNAJID SHXAOOI V Minufaeturw FORTUNAT LACHANCB, aiessrs MONTBtTH, CHER and DAVID t Bankers. UNION BANK OF CANADA. s Auditors; Messrs. WEBB, REAP and BEGAN Ihe main busiress object of the Canada Financial Corporation ii to purchase for and piqrtgagca, and to make money by buynjf a uch agreements at from vafuo to make the buymesB profitable. This not an experimental buiineaa but one which fcu tested and proven on every point, and it IB pretty known thai thpre a comfortable maigin of profit in this line of investment The company will have aceiU oft the tookout for good buying in city and farm properties throughout the Wc-at, tbii rneaui of further ing'the tide of from their business. The capttal ot tte rive It ample funds to work with jf J THE CANADA- FINANCIAL CORPORATION OFFERS AN INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Al-UI: An InveEtincnt that IB Bate, sound and highly profitable; strongly backed b> local capital and by sound business men. t i An mteitment that is baaed upon the of all tttate, and operating In n country of pbenomenal, but solid and subalanUal growth. The company has an authorized capital stock of divided shares of a par value of 00 each, with a premium of 11500 a share, making the selling price THE TERMS SUBiCRIPTION (J8500) per sllare, which will include the premium of 00, all cash, or twenty-five 00) share with the md the balance at' period not oxcpcdfnip nine months The stock Is selling rapldlj, over sliaies been already subscribed, IF YOU HAVE MONEY TO TNEST i HfWiH you to look Into this stock offering You will receive full and proof ol _ with little trouble and quality. Write todaj lo ''t ?1ME C. B: SIANGAN AGENCY 16th Street N. PHONI S11 Sole Agcnta for Southini ;