Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thursday, DAILY UEK ALi> EDITED "INO" Office Phone 1224, .Residence Phone what is honor 'Tis the finest tense of justice which the mind Ci.n I.awson, of Niagara, who has a garden fete to he held on the lawn at in -the near future. A picnic outing to the river bot- toni is being arranged for this after- heni visiting his hrntht-r, D. neon hy Mrs. William I.aflerty, Bry- son, for some time, has gone to the coast. Mr, and Mrs. .1." returned! this morning from their honeymoon, .which was spent at Vancouver, Se- attle and Portland. r Kirkham had as his RUCS! yes- an Hlock. Tlie party will include -Ales dames f .l.athrop, Graham, Turner, Jack 'and ,6ravatli, v 4 And still they i come, One more strawberry and _ ice "-cream; social is announced for next Mtujiiay night, 17th. be given hy the Westminster' G'nW of "f Knbx 1 ;Mrs. J.. M. 'Aitkcn a charming hostess at tho tea hour yesterday in honor of her house ftucisll, Mrs. Ait- ken, of Newcastle, N: B. Quantities of pink and white cnrriitionR-'formtwi. a very attractive docuration, Ail ken received her guilts a da-inty pink and whiUo silk while Mis. Aitkcn, tho hoii-j or, wore a becoming costume of blacJ: crepe de chenc, Mrs. C. K. P. Coayheare-poured tea. at the attrac; lively appointed tahlo. The affair, which" was delightfully informal, enjoyed hy thc who included Mrs. Duff. Mrs. C. K. Mrs. K. H, Wilson, Mrs; Thc Women's Missionary Society of jfcsUvp air- ,'eslev Church, will hold th'nir month Mrs., A. IJ. StafTord. Mrs. C. ii. Hpwman; Mrs. Mewburn, Mrs. P. Hi. Naismith, Mrs. Mrs." Church, Miss. Paltesori ...'and Mrs. Lawrence Kaismith. The iJie Wesley church presented a very, attractive and.Ani- mated appeariVncc yesterday on'; the occasion of .tlie garden party, under the auspices of 'the Ladies'" Aid. Flag's, and bunting, together" with small tables, decorated with bou- quets of. sweet, peas, lent a terday, Walter McCormick, who ,in the basement ol the church, en, route from Winnipeg to his home' ajt H. C. "Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lambert and cjiildren, JU-gina, who have been with instead of at-the usual time, .July runcir Mrs. W. M. Lambert, Uniform St., for' 27th, owing to the Sunday school ex-'ly ftml Mrs' Courtlcc I Mrs. Rivers the past few days, left for the coast Utinjinii to Crow's Nest taking place MrsA1r. and Mrs. .John .Shurman, after on that date. Mrs. R. A. Smith and two holiday in Hunff and Cal- ters, who were with Mrs. Mejdrinn gary, returned to their home in Loth- for a short time, have taken up "thefr bridge last News- resident on London- Road. Mrs. Telegram. Mrs. Huchanan and Mrs. Dunham.. Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Townes were a reception committee. Others, who assisted during the afternoon, were Mcsdames Kaake, Jordan, Liv- Hncfncr Laycock, Foster Cr" T 1C c- i o and Pierce. Thc affair was most suc- i Smith is the mother of Andrew ._, r auu I o t ii i i cessful, both financiallv and in point I Smith, thfi known OM! hnrric. iSmith, thc well known local barris- .-.Sergeant Fred Rose, of the Lcth-tter. bridge 25th Hattery, is expeced home this afternoon from the'Old y.iss Helen Lethbrulgc 'and her Mliere he represented the Battery at ,'house guests, Miss Laura Agncw and the Coronation. Miss Grace Langley were the guests of honor a't an afternoon, tea yester- '.Dr. and Mrs. He .VcberandMiss" day, which-claimed Miss Mur- Marion and Mr. Severett, leave this lay, as hostess. The house was beau afternoon to spend ten tiful with a profusion peas d'avs -if jiiss Helen McKillop won the prb- in a much enjoyed guessing contest. Mrs. Angus M. Mackie wishes me WALES HAD A GREAT DAY 4- v., i IT von 3 los ul 13 n t.lio days at Xelson. The "doctor "will re- Miss Helen McKillop won the prize old and well prcservell castle of Car- of attendance. turn in a few davs. Isabel McPhee, of f o Q )nt., who has been a'Chouse guest .to state, that, after her mpst sue- attire made nth Mrs. -I.% B. Mulhern, 2 Strath-! cessful season, she is closing up. her! in its horde Ona Court, for a few yes- millinery parlors in Victoria Man-! the si 1. _. narvon today young Prince of Wales was invested with insignia of his high office. Thc quaint town in festal with con tcrday for herhome. a holiday and drew with- borders thousands of Welshmen surrounding country. The 1 sions for about two months. She in-; wC'ithcr was matchless and two hours w j tends going to tlie lake front Kew before the arrival of Their Majesties ?Mrs. E. V. Smith, of Minneapolis, Hcach, Toronto, for a month for her i with the Prince had is staying with her sister, Mrs. health, after that making a business gathered1 along the Grif- "_ IL MacLeod, Hrunton St., was a-( trip to New York and Chicago. She flth's Crossing, where, the "royal par- proud mother yesterday, 'when will be back in Lothbridge, about the ty alighted, to the castle gate.- The her'little .son-ffvf' piT'lii. mnnihc buildincs alonci the- .liv ishly "rind mar- ines kcpvttie way'open through which the procession1 passed. In "the'.yicirt- ity of the castle a thousand London her '.little took f Sep.tertiber, jwheiKSha xccond j open -up her parlors for the fall sea- The Guild is very, anxious' that you should kp'cp' tins date open and come Little Mary daughter XT A 1 in "numbers to social, tof Mr. K. Cunningham held, an open place. follmv' n nmers o social, tof Mr. K. Cunningham There will be no admission charge, I made a most ideal hostess "at dn aN yu will siml a for wha ot yVu will simply pay, for what you cat., r ternoon party yesterday, when she entertained some of her girl friends. ITardie and Margaret McKil- Mr. ami, Mrs. W. -I. Stokes are en-1 lop secured the trophies at" croquet, U'rtaining Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Simp- while Marjoric Iliginbotham won a son.and son Will, of Lethbridgc, for a few days, before they continue their journey to News- Telegram." prize for the peanut contest. Lunch was -served at tables, 'arranged on officiating, assisted .by two Welsh non-conformist The pro- cessions then reformed and moved to Queen's Gate of the castle, wfiere the King presented the Prince of to the people. The Prince ad- dressed a few words Jn Cymric to the assisted by Miss Lettice Hentley. The guest Jist included Margaret McKil- Thc Flower Guild is asked to'meet Hop, Doris Clark, Inzola Hardie, Ruth ivith .Mrs. C. F. P. Conybcare at Galbraith and Marjoric Iliginbotham. "Rivcrvicw" on Friday evening at 8 a LVw in to viic thc verandah. Mrs. cheering thousands. This concluded o'clock. The nieeting, which will be a short'one, is'called to arrange for After supper, Mr. Cunningham gave thp little girls a delightful motor ride. the ceremony with" the exceptfon of the procession outside tho castle! Pictro Cisco, Italian, aged 66, was drowned when a with" ten others, overturned at the Soo. Two others were rescued unnconscious. MOWERS Here Is Your Chance To Get One! We have just received a late shipment and are Clearing Them at Cost price. Every .machine is modern in every detail, and the stock consists of three different sizes: 14, 16 and 8 inches Make Your Home Surroundings Beautiful By: having n Lnwn Slower with which you can.cut; (he grass in. half the time nml work experienced by using an old machine. :0all in and let us show you one. 14-Tnch Lawn blowers, high wheels............ Ki-Tnch Lawn flowers, liigh r 18-Jnch Lawn flowers, high wheels "'Grass Collectors, 14, 16 and 18 inches each'-.- also have a lUie'of HARDWARE. in every Vlcfaii. ei y- you desire in Stock. C. W. GRAY -Hardware .Fifth Street, Lethbridgc, Alberta Phone ONE HUNDRED HFTY! .K Many Still Unaccounted Porcupine V '-J'. Atsoclated despatch Iron Cochranc, Ont., late thlt afternoon, puts the total deaths known 160, 'with persons unaccount- train from Porcupine came' Toronto this morning with All tell fearful tales of reported drowning of a Lake can- not be confirmed. That many more than eight people met death seems evident from told by returned par- It claimed that one launch containing 23 persons was swamped and all'lost their lives. Canoes by dozens were found floating- and It 'is probable th'at th'ey (over leaded and sank passengers. FEDERONKO APPEAL ALLOWED London, July the judic- ial committee of tho privy council to- day the appeal of Fcderonko versus the attorney, general of Manitoba was allowed. MARKETS Winnipeg, July opened closed 90 Oct. opened 03- 3-4, clos- ed 92 1.4; Dec. opened 92 3-4, closed opened 38 1-2, clos- ed 38 1-2; 'Oct. opened 40 1-S, closed Dec.-k closed 30 1-2; Fjax, opened "1.95, closed 1.00; "October closed 1.85- Wheat. 1 Nor. 96 1-i- 2 Nor. 93 .Vor. 50; No. -I, S5; No 5_, 6, 72 1-2; Feed 61; Oats No. 2 Cv-W. 1 N. W.- 2.00. American Minneapolis July opened 97jif2, "closed 95 Sept. opened 1-S; Dec. opened 99 1-4, uldsod 07 3-S. closed S3 l-.'t-Dec. opened 95 3-S, closed 92 3-S. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS During the Past Week the Markets Remained the Same Spring No. 1 Northern............. No. 2 Northern.............. Q.72 No. 3 Northern............. o.67 Winter Wheat- No. 1 Alberta Red o.G9 No. 2 Alberta Red o.CG No. 3 Alberta Red o'fi4 Barley............. Flax............ Rye.........., t...... Cattle on the hoof Steers, per Ib.............., pel- lli.................. Hogs: Dressed, per Ib...........10 to .11 Live, per cwt................. Sheep: Live, per cwt......... to Dressed, per cwt.........12.00 13.00 Poultry: live.................. o.lG TurKoys........................ cnickens.............. -jn .37 1.75 .40 .OS 5 Uucks .20 ueese per cJutter and eggs: Dairy-butter 0.15 to 0.20 Creamery o.30 Eggs, fresh.................. o.2G Vegetables: Potatoes, per to Potatoes, per ton to Keets, per Ib.....................Q-J Carrots, per Ib............... o.5 Asparagus, per pound...........12 Cucumbers, per dozen 2.50 Radishes, per bunch........... [QO Cauliflower, per doz. to Turnips, per Ib..................Q3 Cabhngc. per poiind .............05 Tomatoes, per case to Onions, per Ib.................O4't Celery, per Ib................... io Parsnips, per Ib................04 Cultivated hay, In bulk...... Prairie hay, baled to Timothy, balod 21.00 23.00 Feed- Oats, ror ton.............. Oats, por bushel............. Bran, per j Bran, por ton ..................24.00 Shorts, per cwt................ .35 Shorts, per ton................26.00 Crushed oats, per ton Chop barloy, per ion...........27.00 Chopped wheat, per ton ........30.00 cnops, per CWL ilollc-d oats, por SOIb. sack 2.75 to ?2 HC Feed wheat, per cwt. Hides: Green, per Ib. .'.................06 Dry 10 12 Sheep each...........25 to C( HOrse hair, mano nnd tail per Ib. 25c preen ......1.00 to liorsc lUdcs 75c to READY ORLY'S If tomorrow 5s not one of thc great cst days in the history of thc city it will not be because the committee .who have charge of the 101 y avi- ation exhibition at the fair grounds have not done everything In their power to mafce 51 so. The pre- liminary preparations have bcon car- ried 'on with a great deal of these menr'Avh'o'wish to give Lcth- PERFECT BAKING RESULTS MADE IN CANADA from which to make thc''-flighVs; To tors. -The henvierMhan air fthc starts ami finises he is one of the most wonderful invcn- therc' crowds Wl11 tions ever, conceived'- by. the .human mind, and to miss this demonstra- tion is to miss a spectacle worth go- ing many miles to see. will have no trouble in obtaining a good- view of with the The machine which MILK GOES UP ATTORONf Toronto, July dairies ,W the city .with -the >exception of two ugust 1st raise'the price i-.. -it mllk' At a conference held be'tweeii'. Mr. :Kly will. thc nnd ,he representk'- me association ana Kverythmg in thc Jme of prepare tomorrow is the same one which tivos Of the farmers the'later mate tions for thc event have so far gone "'hen he ntadc that famous j application and were granted the lit- through without a hitch. Win. landing on the deck .of the j creaise Jn price because tho weather' combined with thc short grass'-make arrived in the city this morning with the precious, machine, which, came through Ijy express from liakcr City, OreV a.vevry successful flight was made, last Monday. "On account Pennsylvania battleship lying off San Francisco harbor. In this machine, he, with Mr. Huff, established the in- tcrmountaiu record for height at Salt Lake City this spring. In this night of Borne trouble over getting the ma--witM passenger, the daring air na- chinc'out of bond, there being no reached an altitude of vision made for the entry of aero- planes into Canada, the custom's au- thorities had to wire to Ottawa for instructions; :This--matter, however, feet, establishing a record. All that is needed now to make thc It necessary for them to feed''their cattle to the full extent of the winter season. CANADIAN NEWSjt Several Quebec municipalities _ "'I HI lit 1 a success .is thc presence bv thc Provincial of Ely. Me will arrive tomor-t f neelect to carrr iiiit into good-shiipc for a flight, so that all Mr. Kly will have to dp when he arrives will be to inspect Yt. with thc critical eye of an expert. Mr. I.'off went out to thc grounds band lias performed, accompany him. She is "very proud of his suc- cess ns an aviator, arid loves to .talk about it. Ivxcellent provision, has made Hoard -sof neglect io carry out the vaccination orders. Jacob -'and 'Alex. Lambcrtus, JxJf Teeswatcr, were fined costs for illegal sale of David Koplen was fined and George Kannerrnaii Chas.'Weidcriiold and his dog two Greeks who got beyond this morning and located tlie" place ll'c C0lmnittcc for lhc dcpth balhmg in "the Niagara handling of the large crowds, which ,'rivcr. spiooai ;q jno JOAO to stop following a wre'ck near Trenton. Six Cobalt saloonkeepers were fmtjd and costs for selling beer. Thirteen others were similarly fined last week. x ccrtainlv attend. The day will I he in the nature of a holidav. and was practically thc whole city will make a passenger tram thc trip. Tickets, including the cost of admission and return fare to the grounds will be on snlc at thc ticket office at the depot, and in this man- ner people will be saved a lot of trouble getting admission to the grounds. -The ...to run at 1.30, and' retur'nUIR will'leave the ''grounds -1730 the first train. The ilights will commence as soon after two o'clock as possible. There will be some interval between each flight, but everyone is advised to take the early train so as to be on hand for the first ascension. Each flight will be of fifteen minutes' dur- ation, the three occupying nearly an hour. v NOTICE s' X Excelsior Cafo bus changed owners, 'it will'now be nm as a first class' Cafe by first tho 'o'nly two union cobks' in the city, and all whiter-help. The ice cream and soda fountain will be a feature place PEACOCK A. SNELGROVE BIG AT THE ORROW 4th Ave. S. OPEN ALL DAY otf I i.