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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ..Inly 11.1911. THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD IDITIO IV "INO" Offlc. Phone 1224. Unfit With in Just proportion, ejivy grows The man, Dial makes a character, makes tin's. Yonrig. N. A. Wilson has returned troin.a at '.Couple of weeks1 vacation .spent I Steiluig Sixili uid Miss McPliM .arc home, afler attend- ing (he Caiman exhibition evening it uliich tht meinhu nL icquthtur to he present Viisitilih hart hib gutbts [01 ilie wctktnd 1 Gfcsbie who Ins been attending Toronto University and Mr; Sleclcy Toronto. Mi mil Mis Out. 'lesidtnci, on Kii .1, W. Woods, of have taken up their. Ci.1 SlltcL Miss L..-Way and brother, Uussall leit this morning to spend the sum- mei months on i ruitli it. No doubt there arc many who coul usKisl in this by looking up whu they haplHMi lo ftuvc on iiau'd. There isn't any more drscrvin work or one which should rveciv moris generouH supitort. This th plHC'u, where you card even tlionn nut u nicrnhci of the Mission, hcl those who .arc ,so an fjiithiully workinj; in its interests. K Hie Ldniontoti 1 Citing louint con Lai t lie of tMdiljnfr of lociil intercut Urn htid( Mis. Mottin, i fornn, Letlibridge girl The marriage of Miss Katie Mor kin in Mr. W. V. Puusa, of New Yc rk look place on inoiii 1113 it 9 iO it SI loichin btliurch Oitly u, rew.Jutimute friends wen resent iuk hut with willow plumes. Miss Martha Morkin was bridesmaid, ind MIS in a soft P'nl1 mull uth, 01 niiitt, cmbioideiy Mr Mrs (pr.) lo fappii Albert mri fumlp leit ff the summcM it Prince I t ollison wis the grooms- Mr. :ind .Mrs. Puusa left In :-t-fie j jiftornoori for u honeymoon trip to bu spent in the coast cities and Yellow si park, returning to New Yorlf, AIiss Hulie Rodger s St j where will reside Iht travel nadt, nn ideal little hostess >ester ilint, dress was p.ilc grey cloth day iiftcniooii, when, she entertained I touches of pink, hat to match. Mrs iboul sixteen of her }0img friends hMorkin mother of tht bride wore from three to six. The.house was pielij willl girden flowirb uni} H de lighttnl hmu ib spent m games Miss Edna NiVen and the Misses A (and j: Patterson, returned ycster .daj from holnUt Msit in Cilgirv To more enjo> ible form of enter tdinincnt foi. the summer is known than the garden festival tomorrow afternoon from three to six, which the Ladies Aid of Wesley church are anting to jiold on the church grounds. A general good time is an- ticipated, grey silk. Miss N'ora Mor- kin a "very'.smart while costiimc, and Miss Helena Morkin jn elegant toilittt The Intelligencer of BelleyiUe Miss Hcrvl Nimmnns, Westminster Uoid lomoirow for Chicago r she Mill like a summer course j Mrs larvis is spending i feu it tht, Chicago jwith Airs C XfoKiIlop Cuthill St j ho acton ninitd as far is Winnipeg before hot position ''is m itton hur fithtr Mr Robert Mmmons lof the new pcnitcntnr> -j (m( htr sislci Miss M.ildrcd who 'will aituid the Winni mpcg exhibition i The Misseb Ruth a tin link Mcit jtiterdaj to ittend the T'c school 'exhibition lit ij TOL a rrc having i glorious" daj for their "uouple of iffck.s I picnic at Mr UirtletVs farm A con 4 the Barracks it nine 7) Mrs Ilutchuibon RedpiLIi street j o cloc't nilh those from the southern of July 4th, contains the following article, which refers to Mr. and Mrs; Stanlev Kirkham One of tht neatest t made among the newly-weds of'Bcilc- villc for some time occurred last Wed nesday night. llic fnendb of the voung couple had prepared an elaborate programme at She uill tioublc and to i be -larried onfc, from the house-to the btalnn when the couple were- to take their departure on the midnight train for tlie East. Much whispering and completion of plaiis was going on wlt1' JK cntertifning net sistci Mis G oryTotonto and Mis Gil of 'Nork i Mrs George of Lethbridgc, dimlon while mother wagonette con Ward. the un inhers irom tne North The .inarriagc of Mr, :Bennett Put- Viss MclnUre of New 'iork arc -nl1 Mls Rachel Cimpbcll took (guests of Mrs D D Bioadfoot-Rc Pi >cc Usl eunmg ictj quictlj in the 1 t {Province The Romans Club will meet on rimriiday afipmoon at place of meeting to be iimountcd lat snecml n cetlng of the cague 01 jHestmmslei church is c-illed foi this Herpicidc Worry. Spvei th Hair If you want to free your "'heart dandrufl and >to" falling hair >o ipuft or later resort to New bros Herglclde By uainc Herpicido 'i st yourpelf vorry which ig desiraolo jo which is a. conaideration yqu your hair which is th moit Important pf all Why not profit bv the elperlence o Mm S A Lee, or 110 South 4th St Richmond, who writes !Four yenri' residence in India ruin ray htir until It was hut two inche fany and very T tiled everything 4n Europe aod America without bene fit until I wn Induced to use Herpi My bilr now long, ion an 'Herplcide kills the dand niff germ and prevcntg falling hair It stops nchlnj pf the scalp almont In No matter what the claims of others Herpiclde is the onlj origin al dandruff term destroyer. One dollar "size bottles guaranteed. Sold by all druggists. Application! at good barber shops. Send lOc for sample bottle to The Herplcide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich J. p. llijtnbothum It Co., Ltd., special agents NOTICE Cafe chdnift) it. wit; now rii firal clam b) tfro ffnt clnaK rhefa tbr tfto, union tooics in Hif tlty mid lii uniLc nelp Tiif Hud Hotlu futmUiii Will of 111 in PACCK 8NELGROVE pirlor of the Arlington Hotel not in Knox church in the presence pf "a: number of people, as erroneous- Ij slated in this mornings Kcus 'ihe were Upil Hrnno and Mr. Arthur G. Glover. tlie tias anj thing hut promising yesterday afternoon, the league favored with a fine evening on the occaciori of their annual picnic About "forty of the members am! met at the hurch and proceeded to the Glrn Vmplu done the excellent picnic lunch prepared hi the Iidics Utcr suppci ill enjoxed themselves nt Barnes of kinds. Recita- tions which utre much appreciated were given by Messrs, Patterson Kilpatrick'. Helen I ethbndge and her guest IWUsb Grace I angles and Miss Laura Agtiew were the raisoii etre of a sin irt iffur in their lion l or liy Miss Helen McKillop, last ev- The house was artistically of ,1, cm "cnt -irwsM.1 bi% and C.C PACNUCLO WINE i SPIRIT CO. Alti view, t young hardware inurc'lianl, fortunate jioKsesyor of [ast uiniimg car (OIL mull) down tu till KJrigo ind in in mucilibly snort time K.IS bitk to the house with Ink mto jiiinpnl Uo sislcis )f the brother of "the grwni inil i wi.ll jiiimrn liair- rd loimg bink clul i iKt I hi, wind liey fenh (astw-itd overt ike at-a' lust meet them at tin first st ilion cist Ihej dioie nto SJjiamionvillc! ;vhcad ot the train lid breallilcsj. with iwait d its arrnal onh to be .seeing tho train whiM in and it [lit the) coiihln t the moke Somcwliit discoui igcd lint dogged determination, thei' roile in 10 Ndinnic bumps r iltimps hen agiin were dnoni) d to disappointment foi the tram ullcd in and out with in tranquihtj md no luna- a) ciiuplc m'siglit Uoul three 'clock Thursdav (hi, half people bc- tki'd in eiming allia lint with ighllv disheveled locls, jnil w in ficcs qcckly into Htllenllc while icVerpu'd 'who'had gone lo the ipil had long siji'c bowed their heads n defeat 'and were peace- ull) in tiwir respeetijc beds hut all that night in June h.en a'bride and groom outwitted xentj five ciitliiisiibtic joung. eop'e" f HAVER MEETING POSTPONED toSRev Vi I eavitt being ut Of the cl'J Ihe leguUr prajei noting" of the First Baptist church as.ibeen iwstponed this week. enraged gioom threw them into con vulsions of laughter. But while en. joying all this future merriment, tho little bride was upstairs calmly-don- ning her going-away gown and bon- net ind wht-n all was re-idj wiiic the omuls ol jo) oils anticipation from guests below resounded through the house slit, and her hiis hand although watched auaittd tht opportune moment whoti [ill nes tinned in an opposite direction slipped out of their dress ing rooms and down the .back ;'slair.r uav through the kitchen and into the dirk regions of the hick jard ulipnft, tlipj mrie their exit climb mg hedges and through hirb wire fences IlasfiU like i joung Lochm iht groom almost tarried his bride down the st eet lo a garage where an auto was ill in ind ilmo t before thoir fnenfjs, had i tint the birds had llov, n they] landed safe and sound in a i'ho- tcl in The thunderstruck guests not to be 01 fdoiit and suspecting the couple Y M C AyCAMP The following will leave the clock train tomorrow morning for which is .situated ear and aie reciULSted to tfc at the station at 345 H m PLIM Lcighton Iiwin, llatfy Moms Pufftifeon I HOBS Rc-bcrison. Josenh Gillespie .Ir. N. "Biginbof.uam, Charles Noui'se, Lelyb Ij It, jauK iBiiart altci Neeland, Geo. P. Williamson, Willis :Harrison, Pulton Bonnell and Terence llorne.. Thev be accompanied by Secretaiy Thomaswp The leaders, which-'Include...Tom Pennefather, Geo. MtKillop P Wflfnd Muira> .I- Wallace left on Monday with Messrs, .Wilkes and Van Allen. CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL SERVICE -The committee on social service Pieabytenin chiirch of Canada .naB'frfimed a series of conferences or 'retreats" for tlie ministers and i Vlgnarjes of 'the prairie provinces of these is now being held in Hmjv churcli I ethbrldge undei the leadership of Rev. Dr. .Ramsay of Knox church. Ottawa, and Rev. John M. Machines of Park street olmrch, Halifax. Under such leaders the sa- Uieringe.promise to be..of much bene- fit to all who attend. The conference will end ou Friday had tonp to i neighboring tonn to j citch the tiain {jtncklj held T con sjiiltation and decided to divide up the majority going down to- the sta- tion thinking perhaps at the last moment in into with a bridal pan would come dishing in uinle T few of the wiser beads decided to follow coratcd with potted, and them in an auto to an eastern point peas fcive hundred waspli> ed it, thret t ihlcs bj the guests who included tho MiSbes I cthbndge antic} Agnev Minnie and Ilcntiry, and Messrs. Downer uherr it pinbablc boird the tram With this end in A K Uicbeth I cibhndge Johnston lenderson and F. Henderson. A well attended meeting of.the Ke- ief Society was held at the Y.M.C V. yesterday afteraoon. The sccrc- ary's report showed that 95 profes- lional calls and -28 for investigation were made during hint n Citing i otal of 123. There were -I slight op- rations night calls 1 all night uty .'J births; and 4 deaths, during he month. The society is grateful or 'donations of clothes and litcra ure. It was decided to hold a gar- en party sonje day next-week, the to be devoted tp the the mission. Kiill parfjciilars oi le garden festival Warden, Bio Dr of iaidilon, and the prand Oigini-er, liio Tullj In the piesence of about ive whom were a Irom Dlaipond Cilj, the ('if erent' officers were with due ceic- nony as provided by the rltuil, in- stalled iirthe several offices to which Hey bid been elected. Atter the ct'iemoin of the ho Grand M.lEtm save a splendul cd- li'eBs On "the'merits and value of iho irder, accompanied by a few words >f naming agafnst (eitain mistakes, and advice to, the-newly installed of- ficers and the biotheis generallj Uuring his addrcbs he stated that when.Alberta.was formed into a sep- arate district we had a total mem- bership in -Alberta of about one thou- sand enrolled m fouiteeu lodges We now have eighty-one lodges with a total niorn'bershlp-of-.tibont five thou- sand Headdress uas masteih anil earneit arid emphasized the'points of harmony, brotherly love and unity. address thionghout was, listen ed to with earnest attention and full appreciation by the assembled breth- ren and at Its, close was applauded NA-DRU-CO LAX AT iv E S btniih tick pleiion and (he oka evil dreett of 25t. al >l dninub'. Drug Co. M most heartily. J. If. l''iiirleyV.tbc Grand Sec- retary, nL'.vt followed with an. eaniest- aud ejoiinent address, on a few.points wMchii'iad been omit- ted by tlie Grand ftlas'tei lira. Tully, the Grand Organiser, then save n short but ehrnost address on Ihe progress of the order iand the outlook for the future, and was much appreciated, tiro. Dr. Weeks, Grand' Warden, .Ihen follower! with a fervent and olo- AT THE EUREKA One .of tho best picture program! ever Keen In tho city wa'w tills popnhi famil; t'-oatie test nlgbt. It maj uell be said that t'lc Kuiolfi is tho best place ill Southern Alberta lo forget your troubles for there'll not one dull moment from the time you enter until you leave. Last night the eomcdler, crsated no'end of tcr. The picture entitled "The Slfe npi uas neautiful buhject with a t nionl "A HID down the Nils" i indicated a close Manv instance-! Kna l'el" tifl" bccaic film aml "Cath URI ;e aud-- Semi, la KAita tbo wire and contortionist, was oiic of the beet over seen in tho city fund received carti aipiaucc The management Tor i ''mloJIlcM that i.eek he his patrons sonic of II e best picture Plenums eiei in the v-tft aif the snull puce of ten and fifteen cents3 of benefit and yood deined from l'ic 01 IPI whlcli had come-undor his por ROnal .observation and 'concluded'his J l remarks with a blessing, and un-ear- UIG future. At, tlie evening rc- li-cslnnoiita woro the as-1 scuvbled brethren partook heartily of tlie good things provided, their appre- ciation being evidenced by the rapid- itv with the Uands dis-ippeai ;E. M. MCDONALD WILL GET Ottawa, Juh sir F W Bar- Aftei cigais had been distiibuted i "e" sora to London as High Commlfr anrl all were enjoMng a quiet Mlioko I 'II6 successor In tbo cabinet several of the brethlen weic called i a" Piobahilit; be upon for, .entertainment among the item a'on tlie shoit urogrdm was ;t violin solo 'by Bro. Gaskoll and t Bro. Weeks 'desurvft fepecml mention The mcctljig Sroke up by singing Anld Lang.Syne and hearty cheers and' In conclusion Miz.uah LmJga No. 7J extends hearty thanks tq'the assemb- led 'brethren for their attendance aui] and earnest invitation to--call -again. M P foi Pictou, who loaf been slated for cabinet, portfolio, i MERCHANTS MEET TONIGHTr 'Ihe Meichaiils' Aetociation will held a meeting tonight in the secre- tary's-oHice at eight o'clock clde afternoon, the aviation exhibition Stakes will ;bc observed as a halt fiolicliy or, not t Daily News Bulletin Of Our Semi-Annual Clearing Sale H 5 I 'l 'I'iio stoacly 1mm nt business llidt li.isliren in.iinlaincd lliroualioiil Iliis hale i'i cvidt-nco of (lie tliinuv Aeilues olloiod Miui'llic sciviix' 3liiny citixcns (Iicio aio who vcre soinuwlinl ,il al lir.si. ing (hero boon .so nmin iso-uillod ci Used, liul (heir Iiave llic'in tlie uhtninnlilc pieces pure wool French Delaines, in Paisley and Persian designs; .beautiful soft qualities jnd .ire eminently feinted for blousoB, kimonas, lea gowns, etc. Regular -iiricea iiOc nnd Reduced JJibboMN :nul Li Odds and ends in fancy ribbons in black and '-all; wanted colors; laces and inser- tions "in Viil., Maltese, Torchon and Plan- on.-r-all on at Hair Prk'< Belts and Keek wear Ladies' Elastic, Braid and Leather Belts, Fancy Rows, Jabots, Diitch Collars, and other faqcy fancy neckwear, all out on bargain tables, at just, Hah' Price Ladies Hose Ladies lisle hose in plain colors and many new and pretty stripes, plaids nnd cm- broldcrod designs, now' selling at Hall Price Dross Linens and Repps 10 .-piece's one yard- wide dress and suiting linen also Horrockais celebrated English repph, black and all the neu- and wanted Your Ji Mercerized Bengalincs AlmostJmpossible io detect this from pure ailk goods We il in cham- nagne, alitp blue and blown, also bio caded soloils In black and many wanted Long Kuj (i! linen L-adies long kid gloves of the celcbraied Jlegiiiii make, in light and dark tan, and complete range of sixes. Regular 12.50 and Bath -Mids Heavy Turkieli bath thick and large sizes; rog. 11.25 and Reduced Madriis Muslins 3 pieces only Scotch Alailras in black grounds, W'lth pretty rhadings: of crimson, green and gold; suitable for hills und dens. Hcgular prices up to To-morrow, Wednesday, store will be closed at 1 o'clock for our Weekly Half Holiday Hudson's Bay Stores ;