Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1914 [COWAN f GOCOA HMltUul- pure Evtiythere I 2MB MILADI Edited by Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Popular Favorite Will be in City Juiy 27-Buffalo William Too Colors of all all shades anil of all dimensions came hurrring into town this morning, and all emanating from a railroad cat which couH be seen for a mile away. For this morning there came rolling into the citr the Advance Car No. 1 oi the Sells Floto Circus and Buffalo Bill thimseH) to announce that July 23, the circus itself would follow, I used lo fret Because the road was" long and steep, And on my why the mists lay deep, .Obscuring all. I used to wish, That I the bend, And so, before myj journey's end, "Catch one nirc -glimpse. 1 did'not .knqw V.'hai loomed ahead-; how, sharp tl turn L'pon" Iris's road 1 had to ii-ar-i mists van hide. And now although They still He thick uponjny way, "God planned it I've learnt to And fret no more. A. T. Roth. 1" -Mrs. 'Harry Shurtieff of Pincber Creek, is visiting ii'K'hus Miss llasie Fleetwood has returned from "a two weeks' visit in Calgary. Miss Ida Stager, of Hasp-filer, Ont., is the guest of -Mrs. John Gilniore. Mr. J. E. Terrill, who has been holi- daying at the Waterton 'Lake, is ut the city for the fair, and will return later. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. English have tak- Miss Sudworth of Jugersoll, Ont., is the guest of Mrs, M. r. Johnston, Sixtti avenue, Sir. Rogers of the Bank of Nova Scotia, has been transferred to the Calgary brauch. Mr. and Mrs. Strathcoua court, to Winnipeg. Clmrles Morris, 1 left today on a trip Mr- Miller, of the Higinhotham Drug Co., left today for Winnipeg, where his marriage will shortly be celebrat- ed. Mrs. George Stacey and children are holidaying at Banff. Miss Bennett, of the High school staff, leaves shortly to spend tin holidays -with her sister in Manitoba Sir Donald Mann expects -to visjl the West, and particularly the coast according to a message sent to Pre- mier McBride. of British Columbia. CLARKE CO. The Store Phone 453 Acadia Blk. Headquarters for Fair-Week Shoppers 'with everything from Buffalo Bill to I en up their residence at Sixtli avenue South. a couple of calliopes. And with the car came work, for T.-hiIe George Roddy, the manager of the car hurried here and there, while i he: "banner squarer" announced in t gary, have received word that their excited tones that be was Curtis E-] father, Vho suffered a stroke of par- LiUle, the onh man in the worldUiysk at Stratford, Ont, is resting -.who could tasiefuHv decorate build- ings multi-colored banners, tlio .brothers" as the bill posters Mrs. Keinmis and child oi Pineher >reek, and Mr. Murray Heudrie, who were In Calgary i-he races, have returned home. Mr; R. Howard Dobson -is in Ed- monton in connection with the de- partmental examinations. "are called, hurried out for a radius of miles to make the landscape Relieve it was experiencing a second J Edna and sunnse And hv tonight, there'll hardly a barn that "won't be .with the fact .that the Sells! Circus will be here soon and that: it will cost just the same as ever, 25 cents. As for the press agent----- Beg pardon That person is writing story, and a personal mention "would hardly .modestVT would iti? The following letter, from the Resi- j dent Secretarv 01 the London Roval Mrs Ales ot jju5ic and the Royal c'ol- .r.. sister. Jeau-Grant, of Cal- iege ot Music. waB received, by Mr. H. C. C. Salmon, this morning: "Montreal, 3, "H. C. C. Salmon, Esq., "Lethbridge, Alta.: "Dear is my pleasure to ad- vise you of the successful winning of the Intermediate Gold Medal by your very promising puiril, Miss Aileen Mary .Jones. Pray accept by hearty congratulations, and convey same to yotir talented pupil.. "I presume the name as given on Miss-Leak leaves the-first of the week for her home in Edmonton. She be by the Misses Fisher, who will be PREMIER UNVEILS TABLET July Sir Borden this afternoon unveilr ed the tablet to Samuel G-. Archibald, at the House of Assembly. At 10 o'- clock he attended the luncheon of the Rotary club, and spoke on the duties of citizenship. He leaves today for Ottawa: HON. .-.GEORGE' CLARE SERIOUSLY ILL was re- ceived in Ottawa todav of the serious illness' of !.Hpn. George Clare, M." P. for South Waterloo. .He is to be tak- en to .Battle'Creek, Mich., for special treatment. Messrs.vCuyier, Weir and' Peasley are in "Lethbridge this week, examin- ing papers I work to high News. 'or Grade entrance the "Potion is correct to en- Mr. M. L.- Gordon, manager of the ;rave on the medal, if riot kindly ad- vise me at once. Faithfully. "M. WAKING DAVIS." 01 me i Congratulations arc due to Miss Canadian Bank of Commerce at New Aileen Jones on her meritorious "per- Dayton and Mrs. Gordon are the formance, especially when it is re- guests of Mrs. Phillips, Hth St. memhered; that tho competition for the L.n.A.M.'s gold medal, which she Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Pinglc won, is open to all Canada and Master Warm, of Medicine Hat, will for all instruments. Miss AKeen is leave part of the week for'fourteen years ot age (her birthday their summer cottage.at Gull last and lives with east oi Wetaskiwin to it is her parents at 623 Ninth street connected with electric railway ser-j South. She had already passed the vice. j elementary and jumor pianoforte es- laminations in former years. Practi- Mr. ff. A. McLarty, accompanied.! cally all her piano tuition has been ob- hy his. bride, has returned to Medi-j tained in Lethbridge, and for the last cine Hat from the cast. Mr. and Mrs. j three years she has been studying McLarty-will- be the guests o[ Mrs. j continuously under Mr. H. C. C. Sal- Walter Huckrale, pending the com-imoll, who must also share in the con pletion of their residence. gratulations being extended to bis I young pupil.. Miss Aileen Jones hopes .Their Royal Highnesses, the a couple of years or so, when she and Duchess of Connaught willi High School, to go to her roj'al ps'ity, will 'pass through Cal- gary on July 28, when special entei- tainmcnts will be arranged in their [honor. During their short visit they will be the guests of Senator and Mrs. Lougheed. I native city of London, England, and there study in the institution whose medal she has won. Meanwhile she will continue to study under Mr. Sal- mon, a'.l of whose pupils did so well in the recent examination. Miss Muriel Harvey, daughter of j Miss Leola Sudworth. of Ingersoll, 'Ont., spent yesterday in Medicine, Hat the guest of Mrs. O. D. Austin, Mr. Martin Harvey, has become en- on her way to Lethbridge for the! saged to -Mr. RonaW Lancelot Squirt, summer holidays. i son of the late Lieutenant-Colonel Miss Vera Winter, who came Calgary for the exhibition, has turned to Jumping Pond, and is the j guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fraser. i Frederick Squirl, of the 93rd Argyll Sutherland Highlanders.. re- headquarters. The largest stock of women's wear things shown in any one store in Southern Alberta await you here, and prices are lowered one-quarter to one-third less than Regular values for this i 'All Around Sale of Seasonable Merchandise the biggest saving propositions we have ever offered throughout every depart- ment of the store. Out-of-town women visit- ing the fair are invited to make this store their Ooruehere to rest, meet your friends here. You are- ALL AROUMD Saturday was the twentieth anni- versary oi the marriage-of Mr. and B11G......_ I Mrs. Alexander Aird, and the latter details for a garden party, to bo held a delightful reception that after- on Tuesday, July 14. Dainty 'viands were served by Mrs. Sherlock. welcome to all the conveniences we have to offer, and h ether you come to look, to buy, or to spend a leisure hour, you are equally welcome. But if you're combining a buying with pleasure trip, we can assnie you this is t lie one ?tore you should not the one that will give you more, real value "than your money over brought you before. Special savings all this week throughout every department of the store in Suits and Cpote, Skirts and'- presses, Hosiery and 'Gloves, Corsets aud Underwear, arid Waists, Dress Goods and Silks, Staples and Wash Goods, Millinery, Harid.Bags, Sunaliucles, All Suits All Coals All Wash Dresses ,20% OFF Special Wash Dresses HALF SILK GLOVES Regular values vvC Black, White, Tan, Sky, Champagne, Fink, etc., double tipped. VOILE AND CREPE WAISTS worth to 53 1 U best styles of the season with dron shoulder and yoke effect -WASH CREPES Worth. up to 45c C3G Stripes mid plain colors in a big selection designs. HOSE CCft-. Regular value V bite and Tan, lieavj' bilk leg with hsle top and soles. REG. SILK HOSE C'f A Special purchase Extra .heavy all silk in Black .and -White onlj SILK LISLE. HOSE Regular 50c and GQc iJOw Extra, fine qualities that are good buying at regular Siinsluulcs 20% OFF All Hand Bags 20 OTI? All Cloth Skirts 20 7o OFF All Trimmed Hats Carnercm in -cream satin charineuse with point lace, and becoming liat presided the'flrsl hour, and wore later relieved by Mrs. A. A. Mobre in iieliothrope charmeuse and lace and small black. hat, and Mrs. Harry Anderson in blackjsatin trimmed chiffon and laces The. assistants were Mrs. A. C. .Graham, Miss Rowe am Miss JIcKinnon. The anniversary was the china -wedding, and many of the guests brought lovely pieces of china :o the hostess.'-i-Morning Albertan. Mr. Aird is a brother ot Mr. James Aird oi this city. PEDDLE Montreal Herald: The marriage ot Miss Eva Peddle, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Peddle, to Mr. Archibald T. McTeer, son of Mr. John McTeer of Quebec, took place at half-past seven last evening, in the Verdun Methodist church. The bride, who was given away by her was attended by Sadie King, as bridesmaid. Mr. Clifford King was best man, and the ushers were llr. M. Peddle, Mr. Selby Taylor, llr. 1. Legassick and Mr. A. Peddle. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony at tie home of the bride's parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. McTear left, for Quebec and Toronto, followed by. the good wishes of a large number of friends. They leave Toronto on Aug. ust 1 to take un residence in Macleod, -of -operations under local or no anaesthesia 5 Number of patients treated in outdoor department 7 Number of dressing and treatments in outdoor department 8 Number of 'hospital -ambulance calls PORCUPINE ELECtlON LEADS TO ARRESTS Halleybury, Ont., -July Further arrests in Porcupine -t for alleged offences against the Election have taken place and a recount will be demand- -C ed. To date seven or .eight nien have been arrested in con- ncction with the election, and it is understood -that informa- tlons aroinoV ready, for tbe.ar- rest of as many more'. i Hospital wishes to acknowledge with thanks, tbe following contributions received during tfic month Mrs. Duff Mr. E. H. Wilson, the Christian. Church .ami the Lethbridge Flower a'nd Gait Gardens. 1 Crate strawberries and 1 bunch Trustees of Hospital Ladies: Aid. .1 Case ginger ale and 1 case siphon The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co. Lady. Superintendent. Miss M. E. Cameron, Traveller's Ait, sends 'in the following report for the month of June trains were met and 136 persons assisted, of whom 16 were young girls. Positions were found for girls, also a position for a man and wile. j A woman with a little girl came into the city without money. The Traveller's Aid found them room and board and the woman obtained a position next day. A young woman asked the Traveller's Aid to get a room for a sick woman to rest for five or six hours whi e waiting for her train. A room near the depot was obtained. A young girfe who came in on the south train, had no money. The Traveller's Aid secured a room for her till she obtained Man., July Sir Uod-noh'd -hoblin closed bis tour of tbe ?roviuce at Manitou, where be addressed a- large, gathering of electors ast nig'it, and the balance of time until the elections on Friday be will spend in his own constituency ot Duf-eiin at "Jlanitou. Sir Rodmond declared the opposition, were only certain of one seat and' while they would carry more than that, be was sure a majority of the constituencies trere absolutely sure to return government supporters. On the othtr land, the opposition profess entire confidence in the result and their slogan is ''There s going to be a ziaiigc on July 10." An interesting eat lire of tbe campaign today is a uint meeting this evening which will jo addressed by the two and the cane i dates in Centre Winnipeg, speaking in an order decided by lot. The cam paign is assured oi a warm finish Many meetings arc announced for Winnipeg and -throughout the province and the leaders and their followers will he in tbe fight until the last bal-Jot is jjullC'd. B.C. ELECTION THIS YEAR Vancouver, B.C., July It is atat cd there is no foundation for the rp port I'rom Ottawa that the British Co umbia iirovincial elections may be called this summer. Clubs and jjir -Jte A special general meeting of the Lethbridge. Lawn Tennis club will be held this evening at 0 o'clock at the Y.M.C.A. A full1 attendance is desired. A goodly number of the ladies of St. Augustin's Church met at Mrs. H. noon at her home, which from the palms, inter- I verandah to the tea rooin, i isrns and potted plants wer See the Booth Displaying the Well-Known TETLEY T AT THE FAIR 3 Lines Red Label, 40 Cents Red Sunflower, 50c Golden 60c GET SAMPLES E. J. REYNOLDS, Mgr. for Southern Alberta ices will be held in crs o; tragrant j gt Andrew's church next Sunday. yellow poppies and vvhltr. sweet peas jjcy- Kass> of tne Kirst Bap- caught with trails of smilax and yel- tist' -will preach, in the morn- linv and white satin ribbons. The hostess ed in a Parisian gown of black satin fated cloth trinimed v.ith white shadow lace, and was assisted in re- ceiving by I'.er Mrs. Short, of Innibfail, wore a love- ly gown of cream satin brocade, in- let with shadow lace and pearls I Mrs. David Cartel wearing mauve ry inc. and Rev. A. G. Cameron, o: gown- KJ6x jn the eTCning. On 1 evening ;i congregational social j and concert wiii bTlicti' Report for the Gall'Hospital for the month of June, 19M Number of patients in hospital beginning of month................ Admittances during month I crepe meteor trimmed with lace and alimjW.ed during the satin, and hat to match, and Mrs. month Howe in a gown of black lace with touches of burnt orange and hat of black assisted in the drawing room. In the tea room, the pretty table was presided over hy Mrs. Gow, in a gown of shot mairne silk and lace and hat with touches of mauve, and Mrs. Parker Shows All Open Tonight Admission to FREE AfterGIMVL discharged Number of patients during month......................... Deaths during the month Number of patients in hospital at end of month Transients discharged during-thu month New York, July London cable says Despite the indications fnxn the House of Lords, .thai, Unionist leaders are ready to make all pas- sihle concessions to reach a compro- mise as regards Ulster, there is still a manifest feeling of pessimism, coup- 4 led witli grave anxiety as what Saturday and Sunday will bring forth in Ulster. In -spite of tbe pres-l sure nxcrted weeks ago by leading churchmen and others, the Orange- men in the north of Ireland cannot be restrained from Celebrating the 31 twelfth. H it is realized, de- mand all the authority that Sir Ed- ward Carson himself can exert to keep the Ulster volunteers in the leasn, especially should the Nation- take any liberties. 49' Lowest number during month... Highest number during month.. Daily average during month Number of hospital days for private 101 Xumher of hospital days for patients, paying............ Number of hospital days for ward patients, free.......-....... 372 j; Kiel. .Germany, -Inly of hospital days William'todny wont on board the Im- for the month......................... ISflfi yacht nohenzollern, and im- Number M operations (under gen. i mediately on bis anmml cruise oral nnacHtlicgia 47) along the coaat of Norway. KAISER OFF ON CRUISE Left Today for Yachting Trip Along Coast of Norway Now we'll grow up big and strong won't we Gramma? V In.the morning, a dish of with frait, if you like, and you're fortified till noon. At evening, say bed-time, a dish of "FORCE" and milk gives Nature just the needed food, nourishing and easily digested, to bridge the Jong gap till breakfast. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES "FORCE" makes energy, it forma blood, bone and muscle at a cheaper rate than any other food you can get. At 15c. a package "FORCE" has as much food value as 11 Ibs. of steak, or over twice Us weight in corn.or oats. priced at ISc and worth it!