Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, July 13, 1012 THE LETHBBfflflE PAILfr HERALD Ptgf 11 ANY brands of Baking Powder contain alum, which is an injurious acid. The ingredients of alum baking powder ate never printed on the label. BAKING IOWDE! Magic Baking Powder contains no alum and is the only baking powder made in Canada that has all the ingredients plainly printed on the label. EWGILLETT CQMWNY UMTTp TORONTO, ONT. iODDFELLOWS INSTALLATION 'A Joint..Installation of.the officers for the ensuing term ot the.three Odd- fellows' lodges was hold in their hall: last evening. Offlcer, D.D.G.M. AIox Nlv- assisted by J Biadslww at Dep Grand Marshall, also Past Giatida, John prodle, A. B. Pipes, C. W. Low ther and J E Terrlll A most uanouet followed at which over a .hundred sat down, H'B the guei'ts of Lethbridge Lodge HO. 2, l.O.O.P. .A most pleasing feature of .tlie evening, .was the presentation of yet- ernns Towel to P G Bro Watson, for twenty jesra continuous mem bvershlp in the and a (ho very high esteem In 1s-held by Vltduct Lodge' ot Viaduct Lodge ..o. 53, I, 6; O. P. for ehe ensuing terms are Jr PG Jas Lockwood, NG D D JIcNsbb.'VG Geo'rso Frederick Heath Hec Sec H S White, Mn Sec T R Davidson, Ties J B lernll, War J Reid; don. N. .A. Wilson; Chap, A. B Dunlop; R.S.N.G. R. Konald; L. SNG M J Gibson, RSVO Wm S Scott, LSVG H P Leonard, R S S M E Williams, L% S, Geo A illlne, IG, Hy Smith, OG, 7 Brad ehavv. Mlipah Lodge Officers of Viaduct Lodge No. 53, I. O O 'P., for tearm arc: Jr. P.O.. W. P. J. Hy. Sklnnoi, V'G, G B Tlbert, Rec Sec S II Mott, Fin Soo W Hards, Treas J S Johnston, War Goo." Shieeve, Con A Welck, Chap Gordon RSNG J R Bernard, LSNG, W Bisset, RS'VG, J P R S S R B C son, L S 8, H Mcllvena, IG, A -R. Funel. ;Lethbrldge 'Officers' of Lethbridge Lodge; No. 2, for ensuing term are: Ji PG Chas P Kroning, NG, Peter Jones, VG, R'B Sec, W B, Brown, Fin W Lowther Treas, Wm Oliver, War, U. Pallett; Con., C. E. McEachern; Chap., A. T. Rossaine; K.S.N.G., J. Henderson; L.S.N.G., R: J... Patterson; R.S.V.G., W. Hopkins; Thos teuton, RSS, John Brodie LSS, Gus Neldlg IG, 0 J Lehmann, ,O G., H. Rossaine. BODY IS FOUND AT SASKATOON MAY HAVE FLOATED DOWN THE RIVER FROM SOME PLACE IN ALBERTA Who is this The Mounted Police here have received the fol- owing description; of a, liiau reported 'ound In the; Saskatchewan river (South) at Saskatoon Wednesday. The doctor been in thd'water'about t was badly, decomposed. .'15 and '.brown'- hair, iBlght 5ft. 10in.''or proba- bly.about ITOlbs. .'Had hand ring with the emblem of a hand up- Ireart iu'centre.'and-threo links under the'hand." :Four, front teeth of tho upper jaw gone, and just :he roots left. n the above, "the Mounted Police here are informed that about .previous' to the finding of the body, a woman, at Med- icine Hat: reported to the police that she had observed the body of a man lo'atlng .down the same river passing Medicine -Hat. .No trace, however, could 'be found of the nody at that time .'.until. the discovery just made. The affair is somewhat of a mjulery So far as can be learned no man has been missing from this vicinity The Belly Hiver.; it. may be mentioned, flows -rightvon into the river where the body was found. LABOR.DA YiCELEBRATION. Lethbridge labor'men through the Trades and Labor.Council have been mil ted to attend the labor demon btniiion in Medicine Hat on Labor Da) Mi Smitten receded 1he: ihvitationsfroin the .-secretary 01 the cit) oi Medicine Hat and will bring it bcfoic -the Labor Cjimcil at the. next meeting Cols Hodgiils tLondon) Laundry, (Quebec, and Morrison will attend the fall manoem res the Brit ifk army; Mrs tvilter K Evans, wife of a lamer near London, fell in a tub of when seized ith heart weak ness.rand .drowned. Prevents Sleeplessness If jour daalei cannot supply you, (tho J L llathieu Co Sherhrooks, P Q, sends box DMtcald on Manicuring Hair Dressing Chiropody have anew of Hair f Good? VSft.vei.your comb- hfive them made ijito puffs and switches. .-1 iJ Parii Beauty Parlor "Room 24 Bryin Blook Rechonc PHONE 1565 ------TH E------ BROWN BHTY TEA ROOMS OCEN DAILY, Business Men's Lunch i ROOM 4, MACDONALD BLOCK CHURCH SERVICES ST. PAUL'S FIRST wlir.Be no services tomorrow oning to the ahsente of Mr Grant is m Winnipeg ST ANGUS TIN'S CHURCH AN- T B MurrellWright rector Holy Communion everj Sun day at S p m and the first Sundij of each month at the eleven o'clock ser -lice Matins 11 am Siradaj school 3 p in Evensong 7 30 p rn FIFTH AVB BAPTIST CHURCH (North Cor 5th Ave and 18th St N, C B McKinnon, pas tor Sunday services at 11 a m ana 7 30 p m SunJay school at T P m Prayer Sen ice Wednesday- 8 p m Choii practice Thursday S n m Pas ton will preach at both sen ices Sun day. ST C1PHHNS CHURCH, ANGU noi 8th Ave and llth SI Canon MoMillen, rector Hols Cnvmunion 830 am JIatins 11 am Smidaj school and Bible class 3pm 'WESTMINSTER CHURCH, METH Prof Jackson, oE Ed monton, acting pastor, Hill pi each a both senicos Sunday school and Biblo class 3 p ra Strangers M elconre CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER D VY O T Hal 10th 'bt S, near YMCA 10 lj a m Officers 'and teachers' meeting 10 8( am Sunday school 2pm Saciamen meeting Bishop B S Young No Fint Avenue South KNOX' A. G. Cameron. Services 11 a.m.; ant 7 SO pm The ministei will pleach at both sen ices Morning subjec "The Cooperative Instinct" Evening 'Friendship Sabbath school and al Bible classes will meet at 10 am Strangers and visitors In the_ cltj ire cordially invited. FIRST CHURCH OF .CHRIST block. 11 a m and 7 30 p m Sunday schoo 12 10 p m subject "Christian Science Wednesday evening teatlmonv meet ing, 8pm The reading room is opei to everyone eve-, day from 1 to p ri Eveiyone is eouliillv invited tnd Adul Bible class 3 p.m. All ire 'cordially Invited. Tli'e complete n! nine foAined house for sale In'good conditioh Apply MRS. E. 0 HAZELL, AUc South from 2 tc 6 intf tvinlngs COLD WATER CANDlbATEt Atlantic City, N'..T., July W. Chaflii, of Arizona, wan nominated for president and Marion of Ohio, vice-president-of the'United States by the Prohibition .National Convention today. iTlie party'tickel Chafln and Walklns, is the sains as ill the csmDaiijii of SHEEP DISEASES CAUSED BY DOGS (B) W T Hitch) This 'is: caused, by hydatids on the brain, there being the ejstic form of tho tapeworm of the :dog and look like watery bladders, varying in size between a bean and a hen's egg. Yearlings are more liable to it '.than older-sheep, and although invariably fatal it is fortunately not Infectious Tho best authorities have now come to the conclusion that Gid cinnot ex- ist without the presence ot dogs to harbor the fully developed 'creature which is expelled in the of herbage, and then swallowed by, the sheep. All dogs 'are liable to tape, worm, even" those carefully Pert and well kept, while those carelessly fed are always more or less affected. Dlir: ing the summer months, dogs are liaible to rid themselves of tapeworms their own heilth is seriously affected and at this season the risk of sheep swallowing these numerous discharged tapeworms is greatest The eailj symptoms of Gld cin only be -detected b> a keen and ex nenenced shepherd, but the disease soon becomes apparent to casun observer. The affected animal 'moves round and round in A circle, is verj dull, separates from Its fellows anc geneiallj holds its head high in the air. It Is a most distressing ailment to watch, not to mention the excr ciatmg pain endured b> the sheep There is no cure for fnllj develop cd Gid except trephining and the. op e'ration and treatment cost fully the puce ot the average sheep If the animal is .slaughtered as soon as the symptoms are observed, the carcass may be safely used for food, >but the head should alwavs be burned anc not burled When the disease is far advan'ced the carcass is unfit for food. It will therefore be apen that m addition to worn ing sheep, all dogs are a constant source, of danger; In any farming district, particularly those in which sheep are -kept. Property oti Wyndham St., Guelph has been sold for a foot. Wm. Labonto was electrocuted Three Rivers, Quebec, while altering some Wiring. on Time! Supreme above all others in qual- raised by merit alone :vto that proud emin- ence Alberta's Be s t Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably, dependable. Your gro- cer knows htm. TiMe Silver I Grace, beauty and are all combined in silver articles marked This brand, known M "Siltfr Tlatl tint Wtan" is made in the heaviest lyrado of plate. There f crfi many designs from i 1 which to 7 tola by LeMtoi maierm MILADI 'IDITED BY "INO" PHONM: OfrtM, 1224 1111 Miss' Etta Macdonald, .ot Mtoleod, was a visitor In tlie city today Miss Cameron-left yesterday lor Vinniptg on a racstion. 'Mrs. K. -E. Mason lelt yesterday ternoon tor .pn a visit to riends. Miss Dora Rogers and Miss Pattc- son-wcre lea hostesses at the Coun- try Club this -afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R, Donald, 14th St., lave as their guests Mr. and Mrs. jco. Smart, of Manitoba. Mr. and W. Braithwnite en- tertained at dinner last night In hon- or of Mrs. E. M. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs..W. Barclay, ac- companied bv Miss Auiirej and Miss Help" Mevvbuni, left yesterday .fternoon .for a holiday kip to Banff. Miss Chapman, after spending sev- eral months, in Philadelphia, irrned n Tacoma, Washington, last week, -nd expects to make that city her permanent home, t Mr. S: R. Vallahce, 'of Calgary, is spending the weel end w ith his bro- ther Mr J T K 281 Brunton street -i Mr L A Feljer leaves the latter part of nevt week ior Cleveland, 0 to be gone about a month He will be accompanied bj Mrs I'elgcr an far as, Fargo, North Dakota, where she will visit with her parents until Mr Felget'b return Invitations are.being sent .out for A 1 emus club dance in the S 0 E hall Friday, July 26 No mutations are being sent to numbers oi the club as all members arc supposed to con- sider Ihemsehes undir obligation to attend Onlv. guests siill receive in vitalions A pleasing function took place in the major's ,mormig the city lull employees gathered to sav goodbvc to Miss Grimm, who is quitting the civic service to be mauied Oitv Clerk Robinson in be- half of the emploj presented M: Griwm with a cabinet of silver, at ti.e same time expressing m felici- tous terms the best wishes ol all for Miss Grimm's future Mavor Hate) also joined in the congratulationb and the surprised recipient in a plcasinglj suitable w.av expressed her gratitude lor the remembrance StjTHERLAND-'MACDON'ALD James Boyd Sutherland, alderman oi Macleod was married to Miss Et- ta Macdonald, also ot MaUeod, by Rev T P Perry in Wesley church, at 1 15 lodav At 1 p m on Thursdav al St gustin's church bj the Rev J E Murrell-Wright was solemnized the marriage of Mr II Sch-veilzrr and Miss Anmo Svdal Witnesses to the contracting parties, who also acted as bridesmaid and best man, were Wrs Thomas Evans, sister of the bridegroom, and Frank Killien, 1 is business successor Mr and Mrs Schweitzer left for a short honev- moon; at-Banff. The following report oi the marn ige oi Rev Cameron, oi Scott, SasV who his been called to St Andrew's church, North LethbridRe, is taken fiom the Toronto Globe Rev W A Cameron of Scott, Sas- katchewan, formerly assistant- pastor of Bloor street Presb) terian church, Toronto, vvab married to Miss Mary Matilda Mavwcll, daughter oi Mr and Mrs. James Maswcll, Scott, Sas- katchewan, oii .June W. The marriage took plate in the First 1'rcsbj tcnan church, Sc-oit, of which Mr Cameron ib pistol the bride, who is a member oi the groom's' congre- gation, was, attended b) her sibtcr, Miss Jessie Maxwell, as bridesmaid, ,ind little Miss Kathleen .Armstrong was flower girl. Mr. Lome Camer- on, Toronto, brother oi Rev. Mr. 'Cameron; assisted the groom! The cercmonj was conducted Kev F Dredge of Rev Mr and Mrs Cameron left on n trip to Prince Al- bert and other points in the west Tho cl.i.rc'i -as beautifully decorated for the wedding: with June roses and anemones, eflcctively arranged ith iialms and ferns. On1 the -pews ore white indinnrs' ufd with Clubs and Societies 'An-urgent business meeting.ot the T. U. is called for Monday af- ternoon at' the horoi; of Mrs. W. H. Comhear, 13H Sixth Ave S at i.la o'clock. All members arc urged to attend. At a largely attended meeting of :he ladles of Raymond, held in the Opera House on Thursday afternoon, a ladles' institute was organized, and- ihe preliminary steps taken in the di- rection of the uplift of rural lit. Mrs. Barah Anderson wag elected chairman, of tlie meeting, and intro- duced Mii> McAdums, as tbe first speaker. "Mlas. McAdams .said she was sent' 6iit ..by the Department of Agriculture of the Province, it being felt by the Hon. Duncan .Marshall, Agriculture, that. tbe time aad arrived when the matter of Wo- men's Clubs. throughout the Province should 'be taken up. The objects q[ the society were' the' betterment of the home and the cheering and bright eumg of women's lives To help in and any other iine of work In which.'women, are interested, particularly farm women Misb Me Adame gave out. many helpful sug- gestions In the 'organization and the conducting of meetings, etc., empha- sizing the fact that and optimism are vitally necessary in-the success of the society. The said that home-making was the noblest profes- sion that a woman could possibly fbl low. John T. Burns, secretary of the International Congress of." Farm Wo- men, was the next speaker, and she spoke optimistically of tile work of the Cong'ess, reviewing its bistorv from its inception last yeai She in ited all to attend the Congress which was being held in Lethbridge next declaring that they would re-t celve iiritbld benefit from the splendid instruction and; demonstrations that would be given bj experts along the lines under discussion. The organization of the Congress had In view the uplifting of the rural community-and lightening the burden at the, farm women throughout the international in char-, aoter Mrs Burns has a, v erv pleasing personality and her talk was much appreciated Mrs H W Toombs, Mrs O H Snow, and "Mrs Pansj Gordon all spoke along similar lines and all hoped that a flourishing or ganization would be affected Prenident Allen also made a short but pointed address applauding the Department of Agiicmture for the in terest the} were manifesting m this work. Dorothy Young rendered a %er3 beautiful solo entitled Maid of Dun and a hlghlj appreciated piano duet was given bj the Hisses Allen and Anderson organization of an institute was then proceeded with, resulting m the following being se lected, Mri. Toombs being temporary secretarj President Mrs Sarah An derson, ice president, Mrs H S Al len setretau, Mrs Fanny Walker, board of directors, Mrs (Dr) Amos, Mrs Pansj Gordon, Mis Bojer, and Mrs Llbbie lleningcr, of Welling In the appointing of the first Wodneb day of each month as institute dav, the meeting was adjourned with the singing of the National Anthem At ter the adjournment an informal re ception was guen, in which the ing ladles met many of the townsvv- inen of Rajmond, a pleasing coi diallty was displayed Of Interest to Women of whiti sitln nhlion Men- vvcddinp; ranch v.as pUjrd on'tho church otgas.'lij- Mrs. The Standard of Empire has the fol lowing to editorially of "Open 'the latest book by Mis Arthur Murphy, of Edmonton: Her Canuck in the West, was one ot'the most delightful cuatts boofe about western Canadian life which appeared this and "Open hei new hook just published, is equally good The authoi owes some little part of her success, too, to the artist who Illustrated her graphic lively work She la happs in this, is In hei style and the mental outlook which hei writings discover Such ,i writer as "Jane) Cinuck potaesses immense powers for good True, I have no wish to see this lady take herself more seriously.than she does. Heaven ton fend! For then we would, lose the charming lipple of her Infectious galely, and the Joyous flippancy of nor satirical and per sonalities. But great are tlie powers wielded by sucl'v a writer. For they Include' the ability to convey genuine realization to folk In England ;aml elsewhere-r-lo womankind -what life is like' In the wonderful epoch-making vvoi Id Srn-nlng the laborious brfcKlasmg oE the stat- istician and the boasts of tho wilier of and such jlke, sjteh IwrKers as "Janev Canuck" can, and .do, Inform us of th llttlo wc.car'e about, the trfflep which really matter This the ort of information which Is required by who writes lo ask wbdt the "like" in n'cstern Canada I'desire seriously" to recommend "Inncj Canucks" work I should lilif to see it in every reading room and In the Great Clearance Sale Ladies' Suits Are Now AH Qne Price Now! Here contos the Imlauee of our stock tho latest Now York Novelty Suit Black biowu an d- cream serges; fine imported wor- steds and tweeds. Everyone will got a look-in heio, for every size Is in trtock, some have only arrned a tew weelis; yet out they go with the rest, no matter what the original price was, on Saturday the J40.00 suit takes its chance with the J2D PO suit and the price ticket includes the entire range anirthat price' is fixed at Suits for C A If the Tailor Makes the Man, Your Manhood Will Only Cost Gent's Spring and'Siunmer Suits at a price reach of ov'ery man's pocket. About fifty suits, made from Imported English and Scotch Tweeds and Worsteds, cut in the latest New York models in two and three-button, single breasted style. Good fltttas collar and lapels coat slightly shaped into lined with host quality Italian cloth, pants are cut in the popular' semi-peg style, with side straps and belt loops with every suit per- fect fitting. Colorings dark and light shades of greys, browns and olives. These Suits Represent Values from io. Another Very Special Range on Sale at Sensational Offer in Summer Silks s Another this Great Clearance Saturday for the first time we offer an_ en- tire clean up of- .Am'erican .Summer Silks, eomprisingr Jap Lo'dm Silks in shot effects; Shhnoda Silks in woven checks and brocades; printed Poulards not every color, but many oi the season's most popular shades your selection. All these Silks are 2" -wide and? worth in regular way 50c i special for Saturday, only Very One Dollar Only-White Canvas Shoes for Man, Woman or Child For Uvo days only these white canvas shoes all come down to one level, and that Men's Gray CanvM Orfordi; tfisn's White Women'. Whit, Canvai Oxford.; Children'. Whit. Canvat Oxford! and Ankle Strap Shoei; Boy'. Grey CanvaJ Shoe.. All one on Two of the Very Latest iriv Women's White Footwear Both models are in best'White Duck and aie kidJined; one is a five-button Oxford, the oilier a tvo-strnp shoe, with attractive how' hiicide" -'Y.fSiT -smart" shapes. VEegulaT 50 values'; _V Ladies! Linen Coats While or natural color; some plain, others tiimmcd with bands, of contrasting color. All; fall length, stylish models, special Men's Straw Hats at 85c All-straw hats come on one level for Saturday Boaters and soft hats of assorted shapes, all plain __ tic and Java straws, ranging In price from Jl 00 to 52.00. AH _, priced alike on Saturday Hudson's Bay TI, free library In ilia kingdom. H is more calculated to (Irtw the branches oro vS'Llc many roams ot j of our family ctoj.ly jtatlstlcs It HIP '-sort of work, understanding tollowjkly ,ltat> which, like io.il social Inteioouroc, Is' conceivable leflslatloB.