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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 9, TITE LETHBRIDGEjDAILY HERALD FOR MAKING SOAR SOFTENING WATER, REMOVING PAINT, DISINFECTING SINKS. SOLO EVERYWHERE REFUSE SUBSTITUTES ASSOCIATION TO PROTECT AIRMEN PLEDGE THEMSELVES NOT TO VFLY IN MACHINES OF DOUBT- FUL BUILD Chicago, -Jill) American 'Auators' to. Belfast this afternopn saji' of (6mainmg American JiJers, was organized yesterday at the Hying field of.vhe Aero Club of Illm- ojs Peimancnt oigainz-ation uill he conrpleted July 20, when every aero- plane the United, States, licensed or'lmlicensed, is expected'ljy the Chicago airmen will becomes affili- ated with the oigamzaiion Members pledge ,thems'elves not to fly m an acroplaTie thcj do not think safe, regardless oi the jeers or accu- sations of cowardice they agiee to action the national aero- jiautical .against managers seek to force aviators into unsafe flights -aiid they have ar- ranged for; a jnutiial change of experi- ences. do not jet knmy the said 'Andrew Drew, regarding' the assoei- ntioft, oP'tthich he is the founder time a. flier goes up, he meets some new peculiarity If put this knowledge to use we shall learn something "The association wijl cqjiduct m- lelligcnb investigations all avia- 1ion accidents accessible aid evpcctb to gain information which put a stop to Ihe auation death CATHOLIC BISHOP SERVES NOTICE WILL HOLD GOVERNMENT RES- PONSIBLE IF ULSTER ORANGE- MEN DESTROY PROPERTY New York, Julj 1 cable from AOVISES4EPUBS 10 VOTE DEMOCRAT GOVERNOR OSBORN OF MICHIGAN (8 OPPOSED TO FORMfNQ PARTY Michigan, Jxib 8. GoVei uoi Charles S Osborn, of IMiclngan, iu. a statement issued --late1 yesterday, eases the hope that "all good Republicans refuse to join the In' thre' formation of :a new and savs those who are not satisfied with Mi Taft as a PresI dentfal candidate, can get they desne by for Woodiow Wil- son, The who was one of the en who induced Col Roosevelt to iiecomc a candidate, aays in part- "I am not inconsistent in the posl-: tion-'iihat I have taken that, Repiibli-l cans need not bolt their party, and not be considered as haung bolt- ''4The Catholic 'Bishpp tk number of men can lUe When those who are lighteonsly nngry he- cause of the action at Chicago come to their they w ill discover that they are angry at certain man In the Republican1 party'and, riot the splendid old jiartv'itself." RAYMOND'S BIG DAY Tuly thing is in big celebration which held in Raymond tomo; ron The very Bamcr programme, as Vas adyortiaed for Dominion Day will be cai ried ont." The.race .track is in' ihapo, and! some. fast horses arc'al- ready in for the event tomorrow.' "diamond "is the games of ball neen in Raymond are ex- pected Four .teams, wll in at tendance. Races and other sports ivill be put on rnd a patriotic service wi] be held in the Opera Houee in the morning. Jt is expected (hat a large crowd will be In attendance at the'celebra- tion It will probably be the treat eat demonstration In the hlitory of Raymond. Edwin Myers, jv fireman on onfe of the C P. R.'car ferrloi, risked his life at Windsor, In a heroic attempt lo save- John'. Lesell, .aged 11, who. nounces that the dry-farmed pioducts exposition, to he held at LethbudRc, m October, will be opened on Saturday, the 19th, with even exhibit in place, and the judg- ing completed The setting ahead of ihc date of opening; from Monday, the formal opening 'lav of the Con- gresb, is to meet the requests of ev excursion rates, on sale everywhere take advantage of the liomcscekersL hibitors who aie thus enabled to on Tuesdav, October loth Exhibits are io be in place, ready for judging hv T hursday evening, Oct 17th Prof W. H. ]4 airfield, chair- man of jtuv of and seven associate judges will score the as installed, ami check up COL their decision on the 18th The exposition grounds and build ings will be itwfirst .shape' on October ist, and thobe'allotted space may erect such booths or stands and decorate, any time after tlmt date that suits their all must bc-cdiupletc and not a used after o'clock ,; October ,The opening will be pre- ceded by a band concert, and the ev- ening uill he gnen over to a grand pyrotechnic display ,md frontier's drama, staged in the open before the mammoth grand will' he seated the hundreds of 'distinguish- ed delegates from all parts of. the world. _ The big exposition building! and grounds" to be elaborately decor- ated, and illuminated 'with ttteolornd strings of electric lights, vhile the huge dome, will hlaam under .the rays K--C'., and family, arc spending a.few rfajs at Banff Mrs. W. D. L. Hardie has gone 'Qri a visit in Winnipeg, where she will he the guest of. her. daughter, Mrs, 'Murphy. i Mr. and Mrs. George Ringler, of North .Uav, Out., are in th_e. city 'the'guests of Mrs. Quaylc, 50fi 14th street S. Miss Queenie Tabor, teacher of pU ano at the Conservatory of .Music.; left today fo special course of studies in the cast She will return 'for the re-opcnihg tory in September. of the Conserva- Miss Constance of the tele- phone office, is leaving tomorrow on. the fiver for Winnipeg, to be the. guest of Mrs. Canipbcll, Blning St., m 1 -Mrs; James DdancV and Miss Ger- trude left last night to spend a few weeks in Winnipeg and Kenora Miss Annie accompanied as far its Rcgina, where she will visit relatives! The is announced K. Grimm--to Mr. failed to come up after feet of- water. a thousands of cieclrie bulbs, a ing like a veritable electric fred H. McGuirc Tho.maniage will take place tjuietly m KHOX Prrsbv ian church this month. Miss of Minneapolis, who was the Mrs: F. W." left vcsteidav to spend a few davs utH friends Burdfctt? _ j- Mrs. E. Adams and litfclo son left this atlernoon for HaHbur, 13 C 2 they will spend a mouth's va- cation in the mountains 1 liej will join Mrs C B' lamilj at that place. -John T Bums was the hobt- at a delightful little function at the Brown Hetty- this r afternoon, when she entered in honor of UcAdam, of Edmonton Members of :he women't) executive of the Drv farming Congress were guests. Rev. Mr.'Grant of church effc- today, for Winnipeg, where he vill atieni! the Lutheran svnod lie vill he awaj until the 19th inst The ladici. of Wcslej cbuti-h will lold an afteinoon lea at the home of Mrs W Hamilton, 10 otb Axe i. tomoriow afternoon The lostesses will he Mcsdames Hamil- ton, llueston and llojt, and a de- hghtiullv pleasing function is looked for VII the ladies of the congrega- tion arc urged io attend. The St Peteisbnrg coirespondent o! tlic Tcho de Pans reports thai Piince Arlbui of Cotinaught, only sou of the Duke of Connaiight, w ill short- ly Princess Irene 'Alfixaiidrov- iia, daughter of the Grand Duke V'sx- andcr "MichmloMtell, who Is a "oiisin of the It is staled that the marriage was decided upon last Aug- ust so official aiinonncenTCut was n'ade then, owing to the vouth of tho, who, houevcr, now is about just to reach hei seventeenth birth- day, vvlien the IjoU'othal will be i noiiiiced. Tlio inarrlage, it adds, w lie; celebrated in St. Petersburg a it. is expected, George w attend the ceremony. The publication of the list of civ PLMLSIOIIS granted In 1912 furnishes p thetic .instances of men working I ihc world's 'benefit without dcrivii pecuniary.-advantage- Dr. Bernard Pyne Grcnfcll, tl well knov n archaeologist, ricen a year In, consideration of U breakdown in his health T. Hu len, tJiu Antotnctt Lad; Rusbell{ f straightened circumstances and recognition of the'public services her husband, the .late Sir Williai Howard Husscll, the famous war co respondent.-Ellen, Lady Orchardsoi widow 61 the painter, receives in consideration of hci madeiiuat means.'of support. Miss Jessie-M. Allyn, of Kdmontoi a graduate physician, who has jus returned to Canada ou a leave of al aence from' (he Canadian Baptist mil sion at Pithapurum, India, predict that the next quarter, century will se the'practical, emancipation and fre dom from the; rigid rules of stal among the vvomen'-of high caste i India." This, she added. Is'especial! true among the Togulus "Already the high cast'e girls their schools are coming more in-t contact with, classes Miss Allyn continued in th course of an interview at the home o her parents in this city, "and the arc keen, intelligent, studious eager to learn the customs of th western world The men of Indl too :are. throwing aside the observanc of Jheir caste tbjngs commercia but in their still obsen all the ancient rules As the English language is bem taught in all the'schools, as well a in the missions, the younger gener. .Ions will more readilj thi'ovv off th lestiaint of class distinctions, the ob heretofor Na servanoe oC which t has i aie bgtng trained as nui are eloping rapidly m tb 'Both and Rftjah and Ranee ot Pith apurum belong to the reform class c India, which in religion correspond in some Tfliitanans o the western they are deep Ij interested in the welfare of. thei people, hence the building: up of th mission hospital dispensaiy an home, which is only the beginning o a great to be women of jfte djsj.nct "As proof of the spirjt oE progress 1 might sai fbat the Ranee of Pitl apurum giaced the occasion of th aylng of the corner-stone of the ho1 pita! on Decembei 12, 1911, by he nesence, as did other women of higl caste Ihe Rajah aud other distm giushed natives w ere also present but were screened from the lest the assembly Clubs and Societies H Weblei Epupith league las1 night Rev i1 Perry ga-ve an ex- ceptionally interesting address 01 "Social Liie It was greatly ap predated The annual excursion under S S auspices to the flow's Nest Pass takes place on Thursday, .1 23th A rale of 20 for adults am 10 for chlldien has been secured 'Jiic girls of the Knox church Bas- kethalf League give an icecicam social this evening in the S S room of-' Kribx church. Admission lf> cents. St Man's Men's soeieh' nieets to- night at (he home of Mrs Unswoith I here will be no meeting of the Ladies' Colta society .of St Paul's Fust I.titheifin chuicb this month Tim societv 'will mcrct with Mrs Grant m APPOINTED NEW GYM INSTRUCTOR V. R. GILMORE OF REGINA WILL COME A GOOO MAN At a mccting'of the direc- tors of the held today at noon Dr Galbralth presiding, pointment, of V. R. Gilmoi'ejof. Rc- gina, as physical director, ap- proyeil. Mr. Gilmore's coming-here, is made p6ssible by the destruction o! thfi Y.M.C.A. building at Kcgina. in the recent cyclone, and the directors feel they arc most fortunate in ling such a man .who comes to .Lcth-- bridge with the best of. recommenda- ions. A petition ftMB UK dormitory boys was piesented complaining of the m- a'lcn.lialc supph owing to the lack of piesHiir at the cjtv stand- pipc A great deal of and trouble has been cxpeiicnccd by tho bojs of the dormitories who have repeatedly been deprived of sufficient water'for their daily use. The. matter is being taken up with the 'mayor and council, and it is exacted that a solution ot trouble will .be found soon. of nalty MAN OX, RAMPAGE dollars and .was the paid today by C V Burgess who assaulted Lydia Bou- last nights' Hurgess was hrougl t up this morning before In- spector rloward, who iriiposcd ;thc lie was under, tlie influence of liquor am! in addition to using the complainant roughly, he called her imnicb nob !i} jucjiaK STORE CLOSES TO-MORROW AT 1 P.M. Five Hours Only Citizens of Lethbridge, show your oi trie Early Closing Movement by early on Wednesday SPECIAL BARGAINS will be offered for this Half- day's sale that will cram a full day's business into five hours of brisk, sharp selling -f Middy Blouses willrfead the, way at, each 25 There are only two tlieso blouses IcJfc all told, jor the popularity enjoyed by this particular st.ylc lias exceeded all expectations. Made 1'rom an exlra fine quality white Indian Head with large collar trimmed with cardinal, nav.y, or ButcKer's Blue and braid to match. They arerde- cidodly attractive blouses. They already .hold the record this season even selling .at biit to effect a complete clearance, Me offer the lemainlng 24 at OC Each...................................9'l These Mouses have had a record mm, selling at J2.M Mother Hubbard Dresses Duchess Satin Underskirts In fast colo> prints, for little ones of from Keg. Values for 1 to 4 vears Tailor made Wash Skirts Print and Chambray Dresses' For Girls fiom 4 to 14 years Regular T n 1 O_ f. n aiues UP to ?1.75................... Ladies Print Chmby, Dresses AN (300 Silk Waists for "A" Spire 'VtSl etc lork's piajn c0jor Dress Linens Good tellers at 35c; reduced to '.12 only Silk Blouses n f Chiffon taffeU kimo la same LlGdll Up 01 CUl DiOlQCrlCS, Ibeautifully braided fronts Brown and cream Rtjular S and 10c Values onlj. _, _ Ladies' Waterproof Coats fdllinto line At last the Toadies' Water Proof Coats! have down level" of other Coats and have had all their prices shorn to the extent 20 per cent. Yon must admit tins means a great saving jou know the Monderftil valiles they stand at in.- the regular wajj BAY CO. RAIDED HOUSES OF DISREPUTE OLICE PULLED TWO HOUSES, ONE OF. .WOMEN WILL PUT UP A FIGHT Ilaidl) hart the police put Iho so- allccl icsmctcd to the argc of keeping a .disorderly house, nil was fined the maximum, lift) and its A couple of wenches who put i the plea that they were merely rvauts at the joint, pleadnd not itlly, but the landlady haMng deem- it to plead guilty, put em in bad, and they got and sis or twenty dais each The two ,mes spoil high sounding .mcs, Bcrnice and Dorothy ernon, being their society handles. Prcd Smith, wilh a real name hid- 11 somewhere about his, peison, was so found in joint. He got ten d costs Ucinard Diamond put up hard luck slory hut pulled down e same. j house visilcd and .this. tune J'carl Wilson "marched to police couit. Pearl icsideb 9n Fourth St neai her old haunts ,Shc decided to i Uglit (he eabc, and K C. JIcKcniie will defend 'Ihe casc-Tus 'remanded till tomoriow 4, f the old iriend of the po- lice who was saved from frcesing at the of the buili poncoguaid- lans a jeai ago last Tow he was known gave the whole game Ilclweut iiniicr the appelation of John Yirtow ilus inoi nmg, and looked very 'pros- perous he grace, .md was taken in with t'lie iebt of (fie bunch from Peail's hoube. .John was charged with being a fre- quenter of a house of ill-fame, and. The complete furnishings of nine roomed house for thuig; in good condition. Applyc MRS E. G. HAIELL, from 2 to C and evening! pleaded guilty, drawing doyn five and costs Geo ttopftins, Vernon Ilaielm and C Salo, who were vjnit-i ing the preir.ises when the plaoa was raided all pleaded not guilty and wil( remain m-the cells until their1" trial (oinoirow moining The woman ui4 allowed out on fifty dollars btB. f Hairy Payne, a painter, was killed at Braniford by falling from 4 rail'-' way biidgo into the brand ruer. YOUR HAS He he can icll Blue Ribbon Tea and1 lure nil cuitomer for Blue Ribbon It known far and wide ai kvt more thin tint, he li authorized to refund i cuitemer'i If not In every way- v ;