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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July IS, THE LETHBRIDGE DAIZY HERALD TELLS STORY OF PREMIER SCOTT'S POLITICAL RISE Edmonton, July The arrival in the city today, of AVIlliam Eraklne Kupwlea; Moose Jaw, brings to' wind the coincidental -fact that vbo succeeded Scott In' aa he association's tour knew i oo fThey "'persisted their en LOTS OF FAITH IN LETHBRIDGE It is interesting to hear the opinion ftt Eastern investors concerning the (liability of .Lethbridge a desirable ipot for Ihe investor F McQueen, Dr Belhn, and R J Lilllco, of (ihos Jej, Ont', who been in the city for the paat few days, are much impressed with the conditions which they found existing here Sjxuklng to the Herald today, Mr McQueen presaed confidence in the future of thia which had not been over- Dy the real estate speculator said Mr McQuten, "ii In an excellent: position to beooine one the cities, of the west and It is wonderful to note the spirit of procrets which prevades the people Mr McQueen was delighted at the municipal which was tak lot place here, Certain purcit inj quality; try it ind A. engineer o tho Southern Alberta Land coinpany is spending a dnji, in tlie city. Mss Ida I'at'tersoii) ot Thamcsforil is the guest ot her Mrs Hrran McCarty for the summer months. Miss of Victoria, -B. is visiting in tlie city, the guest o] her sister, Mrs. ,1. M. Ritchie. Mitt Cita M Campbell, of this city, daughter ot Mr. and.Mrs. ,1. G was mnrried '.to' Mr. J. T Tale, ot South at -Scat- iva'sh., on July 26th. Miss McMann, who has been.visi- ng Mrs. Armstrong Baw- lion, left today for hers home Kingston. 4 Miss of -Shnbrooke, Quo has arrned'm the city to Msit her cousin, Mrs. f Mrs. A. M. -Young and daughter, of 0 who have been visiting 'during1 the past wtek. with Mr. and Young, loft-'this morning for the icast.-Thcv will visit friends Melita, Man beiore thoir return the east. at Mr H 1' Daudson left this after- noon tor Banff, where he "n-ill spend his 4 J 'Dr. John arrived m the city Saturday morning io go into partnership "H ith Dr. John Crawford, who has bren in the city for the past two inopths Mr. .and Mrs. H. and little son, Reggie, Satur- day from their visit in. Calgary and Lacombe. ;Queen at Buckingham 1'alacc, 'unlay evening. Their Majesties received the guests in. tlie state room, Kight lion. Lewis llaRotirl, colonial setret.uj, present- ing the Canadians. Among those pre- sent were the Duke and' Uuchfcsi j. of Argyll, Karl, and Countess Minto, Lord Mountstephen, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Harcourt, Messrs. Halfoar, r-htircliill, llonar Law, and some Alter (his luncheon lion.1 Hazen, I'cllsllcr and. their ladies attended Lord Rothschild's garden party, where also their Majesties weref Mr. Bordcn and his colleagues on '1'uesday will, be .guests at a dinner in the House of Commons ot the Empire Parliamentary association at. which the Premier and Mr. Foster speak. I j- The of -the officers of the Women's Institute of Raymond was hchl on Thursday afternoon with tlie president, Mrs. .1. F. and Vicc-President, Mrs. II. S. Allen and three directors, Mrs. (Dr.) J. Ei Amos, Mrs. J. F. Gordon, and'Mrs. Mark IT. present- The ladies' talked over plans for the ing which is to be held. Wednesday afternoon. :A committee is to be ap- Jointed to canvas the entire town. The town will be divided into dis- tricts, with one of the members" of his.committee in charge, and four- telpers on each io- carry out the plans. These commit- tees will be uained at the'meeting, this afternoon. The ladies are also endeavoring to get the six weeks' domestic science course .which 'the! are providing, for Raj nond. These courses are conducted iy a domestic science teacher ap- lomtcd bv tlie eminent anil stu- lents come in from the different dis- i'icts" around the centre. It is not more than one district vill he made south of. Lelhbridge. The matter of a grant to !the Institute has not jet been set- Mrs G Thomas and their son, of 6ut .Miss .McAtt-ams Weybutn, Sask., are visiting .Mrs. ,ast it wouldvbe a substantial An effort is xto make the menibership largest south of so that there will be a probability of getting the science cpuise here, and also assuring the giant iMorrrs Thomas, of this cjtj. I I Ajter in Weslev LiHirch last night a" social hourFwas hetrl' motile basement of "the church which was attended" by over oi_tliese gatherings which have ]iist been inaugurated by T P. Perrj is to get people ,acquaihted with one i Medicine Hat (Times tj Mr and Mrs David Cargill, nee Miss Pthel Wood, returned to Medicine Wednes- day, from western points, -ahere they lave been spendmg_their honeymoon, and are staying foe'a few days with Mrs H Walton, Mam street. Mrc Cargill was one of Hat's young people and congratula tionsvare the order nf the While are sorry to lose our triends we extend to Mr and Mrs Cargill out .indest good" wishes for a prosperous and happy inamed lite Mr and Mrs Cargill will shoUIy. go to their splen did new home, which has just been Clubs and Societies Rev. W. A. Lcavitt will talk to League tonight on missions; The Ladies' Aid .of .Westminster- Methodist church; will be the hostess- es at an. jce cream social in the cnurch tonight "Visitors from other be cordially welcomed. Knox Church Ladies' ar- ranging an ice cream and home-grown, raspherrj social on Fridaj night Weslev Epworth League meets to night and the Mission Bind of the same church meets 4.15 on the Cargill rinch at Sev- j o'clock :n Persons. Westminster church is arranging lor A- hmcheon in honor of Premier was given by the lung -and an excursion to the Crows Nest .ear? Ij in August, probably about the 7th DT BLAME ON MISSIONARIES Btasewjs fstylw' ji every size In stock All during at CHILDREN'S COATS ALL ONE PRICE Fo: all ages from 2 to 14 years. Fresh Barga'ins in all Departments, better tha'n'evc'f, Avill nia'lce a sensational end-up to this Great Clearance Sale. Boy 'sWash Suits Men's Summer Hats In several different styles, light and dark shades, made thoroughly waterproof, with rubber all to be cleared at...................................................JLJI. Hade from tine quality imported English .and light klne vith white atrlpes; style regulation sailor; light weight Reg. value ?1-50; Sale HEAVIER WEIGHT, rep C1 ular value ?2 00, Mle 9 Men's Pants Gent's Pants, made fi om high grade tweeds, litht dark patterns, cut in semi-peg style. Jlegular values to I4.BO ONLY A FEW PAIRI LEFT Look in our window and see what values we are offering in Rugs S i 12 ft. HEAVY WILTON RUGS; regular for............... 9 9 ft. iRUSSELt Regular How to get a Wilton Rug for HUDSON'S BAY CO. Cheslorvillc, Out., July Furney, a well known citizen of this town, was 'killed while crossing: the Canadian Pacific railrotid tracks here when l fast freight came along and tan him down. Furney a retired farmer and was TO years of age. MAYOR ELECTED BY ACCLAMATION Morden, Man., July a result ot the nominations held here yester- day for tho position of mayor of Mor- den, 'which was left vacant by the resignation o-f Stuart Scott, .was the nomination, of Dr. Lake, who will (ike the noiksM acclamation. BORDEN'S BANK STOCK Premier Second Largest Shareholder in Bank of Nova Scotia Ottawa, July to the annual blue hook hiBiied hy the depart ment of finance, giving the list of bank shareholders In Canada, Premier Borden is socoild largest individual owner ro'f stock in thd Bank of Nova Scotia. He is down for 533 shares which at the present market Taltic is worth about Most of the mem- beri of .the millionaire cabinet are also represented in the list of shareholders presented by the various 'hanks, but the premier heads the list for this class of Investment. Sir William Mc- Donald of Montreal Is the lirfcoat in- dividual owner of bank stock in Can- ada. He has shares of Montreal bank fltock which at-present selling prlcM are worth about In addition he holds shares of Bank of Commerce slock worth about 000. Others of the. larger shareholders, include Ho. Q, A. Cox, who: hat shares in the Bank of Commerce, 'Sir Edmund Osier, who has Domin- ion-bank shares and Lord Strathcona- who has shares in the Bank of Montreal. MOUNTAIN SOLD FOR -Geneva, July curious, auction lias taken place at-Grandson, Canton of Vaud, the.principal "article" being a -mountain. It is named near Mount Aubert, In .the Jura Alps, and has ah altitude of about- 1500 feet, with its slopes well covered -with timber. Twenty years ago the eame mountain was sold for flS.OOO, but it has 'greatly increased In value, and was knocked for Most Populir Isn't the fact thst White Swnn Teant Cakes have won the-admlration trMRI, proof that they are the Prove .this to your own satis- faction by .ordering a'5c package from your.-grocer or tend for gample. White Swan Splco. A Certain, Tor- Outarlo OLD RAILWAY ENGINEER DIED AT BROCKVILLE Brockvllle, July P! Pago, one of the oldest railway engineers in eastern Ontario, died at his resi- dence here. entered the em- ploy of the Grand Trunk iat Montreal when Its: construction, first commenc- ed in 1852, .and .was .one of. the en glnears hauling'trains westward when traffic" was opened in 1855. he accepted a similar poaUion on the old Brockvlllo and Ottawa Hallway, and for thirty years was in charge-of pass- engers between here and the capital. FEAR A-DELUGE Savannah, G.A., July of summer residents of TIbes Island are hurrying to Savannah today In, fear of a storm that'is puffing around tho southeastern Atlantic states. Fears of the Tibeo folk WCTO added to hy a record tide v.-hich flowed In during the night. This morning the ocean Is pouring .over the Fort Seri- veu sea wall, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT AMALGAMATION Winnlpg, July was obtained yesterday from authentic sources'concerning a plan to amalga- mate four large agricultural implt- meint houses, namely, the1 Emerson and Urantlngham -llfg. Co. of Rock- ford, the Gastricbn Co. of Minne- apolis, the Gajser Alfg. Co, of Way- nesboro, Pa., and the Reeves Co. of Columbus, Ind. THE BROWN BETTY TEA ROOMS' OPEN DAILY, Buiinoii Lunch Afternoon' Tea At the Sing of the Tea Pot 3rd and. Fifth: j ;