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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, THE LETKBRIDGE PAGE NIKE CLARKE The Store Phone 453 Acadik Block Store Closes 1 p.m. Tomorrow A Whole Day's Business to do in Half a Day and Values That Will Make it Easy Five hours of busy-shopping, tomorrow' and we'll call it a whole day's work well done. We close in Hie afternoon to 'five pur employees tin opportunity to see the fair, and have made special preparations to do a whole day's business in the five morning hours of busy shopping. The AH Around Sale Continues With bigger savings than ever throughout every department of the store, and scores of special sale lots have been prepared on counters and tables, and conveniently arranged for quick and satisfactory choosing. Out-of-town women visiting the Fair are invited to make this store their headquarters., Leave your parcels here and arrange to meet friends here. You are welcome to all" the conveniences we have to offer, and whether you come to buy or to spend a restful hour or so, you are equally wel- come. ETJBBISH MARKET NEAR PENTONVILLE PRISON, LONDON. F MILADI Edited Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 'Forget not all his ht'iiclits.' should past mercies blessings. If wo do, our past will shim down upon hie a tie .Mrs. Mao Lapp, of Alameda, Sask. and Mrs. U. Gibson, of Stirling art; -the guests of their cousin, Mrs (Dr.) Levering during fair week. Mrs. L. McKciuie and children full (.f tit us Mich rununheimg will keep the kittitudt cur fubh 'Iients a d the incensi no burning; and Miss Katharine McKenzie leav upon tin alUi Such i liuubc of mem- j tomorrow on an extended visit tt ory becomes a icfugu to which London and Hothwcll, Ont. may flee in trouble. When sorrows! gather thickly, when trials come, j Miss Helen MeKillop, who has when the sun goes down and every on an extended visit with her sister star is quenched and there seems j Mrs, John McCaig, of Edmonton, ha. nothing left to our hearts in all the returned home, present, then the memory of a past full of becomes a holy re- Mr. and Mrs. A. McGuire am fuge for our daughters, Inez anil Lois, leave to morrow for the cast. They will visl say good-bye with careless ease (Toronto, Montreal and New York each night, returning via Minneapolis. Mr. ML Thinking to meet again with coming Guire will do buying for the firm combining business with pleasure. On Thursday, June U5, 1914, at St Paul's Church, Peter. boiV, hy Rev. Robert Pogue, Gladys only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Oranc of FetRrboro', was married I Douglas Clarkson, eider son of ih Rev. J. B. Ciarkson and Mrs. Clark son, and Manager of the Canadian Bank. .of. Commerce, Clares holm, Alta. day. But love, the time will we .cannot say How soon or not I) ing shall delay A stranger a ruthless might- Shall drag the one beyond the other's sight; to travel onward, one to We say good-bye. A very enjoyable party was beli Sympathy is-the great want 01 yesterday at 834.7111 St., S., when the human heart man's heart as Miss Audrey Ivy Joyce received a as Freeman large number of her friends to ccle- Palmor. brale her second birthday. The guest I numbered about one hundred, con I never talked much at any one! sisting of. the junior scholars of the time in my life without saying some- j Salvation Army Sunday school, thi j thing or other I was sorry for. Bible class, ami "the teaching staff Oliver Wendell Holmes. A banquet, to which everyone die j full justice, was served to the young- Women are so confoundedly dUap- sters at tables, tastefully decorated pointing. They will marry the w-.rng with pink and white carnations, after j man they do it quite as often as i "which the'young hostess served the men marry the wrong woman, -fl. V. j birthday cake. Jliss Audrey was tin Lucas. [recipient or many beautiful presents and the remainder of the evening wa. Mr. Clarenre Rogers spent a few spent in games and music, and thi This 'is -Where Che smart London have set die place for their latest fad. They .proceed there two or three e English rag-and-bone men, who place their wares on week to buy souvenirs and haggle pennies with t the cobblestones'in the street. hours with here yesterday tn route from this Coast to Winnipeg. Mrs. Peter Ashcroft lias as her her .sjstqrs. Mrs. Clarence company finally dispersed at eleven o'clock, everyone having had a ver pleasant time. Toronto Star A romance of gujbib, iiur siswirs. ii Lsdinshatn, Hat, and Miss bye-election in South Bruce last Oc- Hose Heather, Oakland, California, j tober, when Mr. Reuben Truax re deemed the riding for the Liberals Professor and Mrs. Stephen Lea- came to light today at the Queen's RULE NOW N COMMITTEE STAGE London, July committee atago of the bill to ainenO-t.bc Irish Homo Rule bill opened today in the House of Lords, and will occupy three days. The first .Unionist amendment, to eliminate the clause of the bill pro- viding for a vote to be taken In each county of Ulster mi the question whether it should be excluded Erom the operations of the Home Rule bill, carried 158 against 35. Tho Seventh Day Adventists erect a modern school at North Bat- Formed Matter Spread, For Three Months Did Not Go to School. Cuticura Soap and Oint- ment Cured in Ten Days, Hue Derazllly; YliIoEqiard; Montreal, Cuticura Soap and Ointment cured my 11 ttlo girl, aged cloven, of i tch of tlio head. It formed a plniplo and that plmplo broke anil tlio matter spread and wherever Hie mat- ter went another formed. Slio had largo Gcabs on liorhead and at night Bho scratched until tho blood camo. I was nl'llaicd to cub hor hair all around tlio eruption. For three months slio did nob go to school and I cared for it during that tlmo result. was told to wash it and to nmko an ointment of--------, but after washing id ulio wag worm Ono evening when, reading tlio paper I saw tho adycrLisomoub of CuU- cura Sonp and Ointment and I wrote at onco. After receiving .tho samplo I im- medlatoiy icashod her head with tho cura Bqap, then tho Cuticura Oini- inont oil, I did that'twico a'day, evening- Kerning: From tho timo I.commenced using tho Cutlciira1 Soitftand Ointment, thai- night she did nolrxcratcU aity more. It filbppad tho Itching froin tho first ovpiuntf. After buyliig some Cutlcurii. Soup and an- other bos of Cullcura Olntnicnt, in ten dbya filio waa complete! jrc'irorl." (Signed) Mrs. Arthur polder, July B. 1013.'....., Cuticura Soap and CutlcuraOintnionfcaro Southarnpton" Railway Enquiry Brings Out Some Crude Discrepancies South- ampton. Railway enquiry assumed a more definite ".form Thus'far, there IB evidence to show that the cer- tificate of Engineer. the inspecting engineer upon whose certificate tho Department of Rail- "ways granted tlie double: .Dominion ,ubaidy ,and whose suspension "follow- es contained in the contractor's esti mate. la the item for right-of-way, for in stance, a iJuueuieui has been submitt efl by the- defence, which sho'wa a to- tal of paid out for this de partment. This statement includes for Jaineg Finders, and sonn other Items, unsettled and whicl .y be disputed; but Mr. Johnston's certificate allowed for way, almost 100 per cent, more than even the company claims was paid. Then there is the matter clearing rjght-hf-way. Commissioner Pririg'le has had both sides agree that 64 acres is the total amount of -right-of-waj which can be shown to have been c'ieai ed, and all contractors 'work say that ?26.00 per acre was the price This would bring a totalexpenditure for the work of whereas.Mr Johnston allowed 72 acres at ?SO.OO, or a total of Then there comes close cutting, for which Mr. Johnston allowed ?250, nnd ed when the charges ivere con-1 in Ule evWenc? tains.excessive items. and nothins ,n the estmmtes to show The defence admitted this morning that some of the items in Engineer Johnston's certificate are excessive, while there are others for work which la not Included in the schedule of prlc- changed uuucurnuinLtQoncBro f Now A net iii-ofton sufficient.: For a liberal; 'f9Tx.--' is ..leaner or Hiuanti-Bnloon rroo famplo of null. 32-p. book, nml has tho forcea to rmtcr DniB cuora. KnesslnK. In Illinois Anderson tram- oil a bill by a (liousuiiKl town- Biiips -have -just'tovictM' Demon' Ruin. that there was anything allo'wed for this work. Leeds, Eng., July William Osier, regins professor of medicine at Oxford university, today startled the hugo audience attending the confer- ence of tile association for prevention of consumption, hy telling them that, they were all tubercular. He said: "If, with the aid ,of radiiijn antl a could look at the .chests of tho audience I am per cent, of you T should discover a small area of tuberculosis." Sir William demanded in tho inter- ests of the state the establishment of rigid control over consumptives. VANITIE BEATEN Newport, R.I., July crossed the lino first in today's ..race; jut Resolute' won the contest oh time .illowanco. The yachts crossed the fin Ishlng lino aa follows: Vaoitic, Resolute, Edmonton's new chief of. pcllco will.: riot allow dice games 'la 'shops. cock, of Montreal, are extending tlwir j Hotel. Mr. W. Hamilton Adams continental trmr.-iito Russia, where j Literal organizer for Ontario in tin they will be accompanied by Federal' arena, lias Urought his Bride Cook, of professor is tho; down from Walkcrton in the attrac well known author, -having written live person of Mr. Reuhen Trtiax's "BelrinJ tho i youngest daughter, Miss Beyond." Tniax. Kr: Adams niet the young lady last autumn while en- Mr. and Mrs: Harry ShurtM, of gaged mi the slrenuoua campaign Pincher Creek, forjnerly of this city, leave next week; to spend two months at the coast cities. f. Joseph H. Emery, hrother of Mrs. William Francis, is spending a vacation "with his sister and Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Franeisf Westminster par-' soliage. Mrs. R. S. Smith and Miss Edra Smith leave tomorrow to spend some WECSS at the ranch at Boundary Creek, and also with Dr. and airs. A. on their ranch at ,G. Hobvrtsoo Raley. Mi's. J. H. Smith' and son, Bob, which gained the Liberal party a sea in the House oE Commons. That he had time for other business than poli- tics is now made manifest. The cou- ple are this city on the way down from Walkerton, the home of the bride, en route, to Muskoka. The new Lady Strathcona lias cidei! to sell "Debden that fine old Georgian house so Familiar to many Canadians who were guests c-1 the late Lord Strathcotia. The house, standing in a grandly timbered park with stream and lake, "a favorite resort of the 'ligh vn sioner, being within easy, ns'f.or distance of town. The estate c. have just relumed trom the east-ac-: nearly acres. By Hie the coinpnuieil hy JlcKenzie. of' amount payable in death ih.iiis. ou Bootle, Liverpool, who will: shortly I tho Strathcona estate brings home, to become tlie liride pt'JHr. P. i Canadians tjic liigh rare F rtea-i to.v- Ihe local freight qificc.. Satisfies The Longing for a Perfect Cup of Coffee ution in tliis country. though the-fortune payment of 000 to the chancellor of the. >.-vt-Jie- qucr is an embarrassing factor, par- ticularly at present, when most stocks are depressed and can be sold at a heavy loss. Clubs and Societies Jlr's. J. F. Simpson antl Mrs. G. Robinson were in charge of the Kest Room at. the exhibition grounds yesterday. The Women's Civic cluh arc in charge. The ladies of Trinity church, Har- (lievills, have a tiawty looking refresh- ment booth at the fair and should receive liberal patronage. Mrs.. Mc- Millen, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Sid Hop- Mrs. --McLean, Mrs, Wilson u're the ladies .in charge, The ladies of Westminster church are in charge of a splendidly con- ducted refrcsnmrnt booth at the .ex- hibition grounds. The booth was built by thc fipworth Leaguers and others; .and long tables, neatly set, nin'tlic uhole length of the building. A willing. stalt of workers .includes i Mrs. D. Young, Mrs. Jones, Mrs.1 Mc-i Ilvtna, Mrs. Gray, -Mrs. Hart, -Mrs. Burgmnn, Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Mrs.' Heatdn, Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. H. In-! gram, Mrs.. Wallwork, Mrs. Graham, Miss Matson, Miss Cockrill, Rev. J. B. Francis and Mr. Shaw. Up to eight o'clock last evening the splendid sum ot bad been taken in, WOMAN'S SPHERE AT THK To any woman, who is interested in needlework of any description the lialcony of the industrial building at, the exhibition, grounds proves, a most alluring atiiP fascinating' spot. -TKerc .ire some exquisite bits of cmbroid- Our Annual July Clearance Sale Is forging ahead with greater success than has ever previously been achieved Wo have been too to pi'opnrc any details for tonight's advertisement, but invite you to come here and see for yourself the hundreds of bargains in seasonable merchan- dise we have on display for your acceptance. Tomorrow is last day to see the Panama Canal i Tomorrow afternoon being Citizens' Day at the Exhibition Grounds, this store -will be closed all afternoon. 'Tomorrow morning will be your last chance to see the working model of 'the Panama Canal. Three lectures in the niorning, 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 12 a.m. Lunch served from 12 to 1 p.m. in our Tea Booms. Hudson's Bay Stores cry, solid, eyelet and punch work, and JMiss of Calgary, com- pleted-the judging last evening. A beautiful luncheon set in solid work drew first 'favor, 'while a pretty one in punch work came second. Eyelet and solid towels, pillow cases, doilies 'in great profu- sion and varying in fineness 'of tex- ture and work wore noticed. The lion it oh and'netting iloilies and centres are elaborate anti 'pretty, while baby dresses in French em- miidery elicit admiration. Crochet and knitted work is repre- sented loo, in bedroom slippers, baby coats, shawls, mitts, etc. A larg'B and varied collection of dainty pin cushions and vari-colored sofa pillows catches tho eye, while.a iand carved table, jardiniere stand, and pedestal, made -to Lethbridge; i certainly --deserve much credit.- One section, which ta resetved for water colors, crayon work, hand- painted china, etc., appeals ttrongly the artistic temperament. Mrs. T. Brymner and Miss Patteson judg- ed this branch of the work. NEW MACHINISTS' SCALE ON G.T.P. NOW IN EFFECT Montreal, Que., July new' wage scale fixed by the Board of. Ar- bitration for the machinists T. R. and G. T. P. railways, has 'al- ready gone into effect on western lines in Canada, according to a ment issued, from the office of 12. J. Chamberlain, president of the Grand Trunk system. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Tow are invited to jtry Blue Ribbon pure food products, .qntlrely at our risk. We guarantee them to be absolutely pure andNto give every satisfaction. JC you are disappointed in any way bring them back to tho store and have your money refunded. ;