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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta July U, 1912 THE LETHBRlBCttS DAILY ffERALD TOASTED delicious CORN morsel has a flavor all its own! M SALT LAKE GIRL TOOK PRINCE w BY THE ARM EXPERIENCI.VO'F: THE 'BRITISH IN EMIA88Y CHURCH "AT PARIS f I Paris Jill' 16i The Prince of resumed Iiu studies here unilei IhL care of liis. 'grandfather's good friend SlaiquU T he luture lling of Lngland gcn- crillj amenable to his tut- ors, hut ofteii the- .Prince. escapes by jumping into a taucibj or shly the undergiouml One of the staid per- sons King George icnt to keep an on his hopeful son complained rather piltousl) ioda) This little Chester is getting nasij The Prince declares his ex- perience at churih last was deliglitfiil He was abundmg to tbe organ gallery in the Briush embassj church when n tall' graceful took h .11111 mil askc.il 4 Are., those -scats over there _ free tri. public' Hit Puuce replied, 'I think beloiifc to ilit embassy 111 do m) beat to. find jou a Of tourbe he hei one The Aoung lid) Miss Florence Clrrjs, of Salt I ake who J ij studung ait Miss Chiistenson Jiad no idea uhq hei tuilier f. ORGANIZE TOWN AT CAMP SENTINEL JAY GOULD lay Gould still maintains his place us thp gieatest court tennis in this Joshua Ciane, Jr, of the Bostoii- Hactiuet and .Tennis Club, bad come through the list df thirteen aspirants foi the title with- out i defeat fell ;an easy victim, to the prowess of the >oung man from Georgian Courtr. and', when it all proiestlonal players of this couti- at their best said that no one, even in the. professional ranks v, ould aland a chance of defeating him ------THE----- BROWN BETTY TEfA ROOMS OPEN 'DAILY, Butineu Men's Lunch Afternoon lee Cream At the Sing of the Tea Pot Cor. 3rd Fifth Street Y. M. C. A. BOVS ELECT HAVING, A OOOO SENIOR CAMP, In thu V M C A camp at Sentinel, me going In spito of Unfavorable the 'b'6vff "report uu enjoyable time. At the camp elec- tion the following olHo'ars were elect- ed Mayor, C. E. Sherlock mlssionei of Public' Service. Irwm llai'iKCh Commissioner of Social Ser- uce, Wilfrcil Mtirraj Health Com- missioner, Edward Paltcson; Com- missioner of Educational ,aud Iteligi- ous U'ork, .Lcighton Irwin. Tohi Pen- nefatliei was elected editor ol the Sentinel -Can-Opener. Mayor Slier- lock appointed T. Pcrinefather of Police. The camp 'leaders -'are Wilfred Murray, Clcorge.. McKillop, ulc McKain, and .Roy Cpnlbear. -Notes Tent inspection yesterday .resulted in Conihear arid Gale-McKaiu taking .Uio banner [or neatness, clean- liness, etc. A party composed, of George McK jl- lop, leader; Myillis Harrison, camp assistant, Percv Irwin, Georgi Iiemin, and Jlansoh spent Kn- dai night m the Mountains Saturday morning, made ascent of Mount Wilson, thus (qualify- ing for-the Alpinette Club. Chief Magistiatc Sherlock had a full docket Thursday and Friday morning Scicral delinquent were fined Ifugli Cam- eron was ifined for making-a ance after lights were out. Combeai, lue Uillespie, and Ted West spent night ;mile 'ioni camp in the ttst for ihc Camp L'.mhlein Mr and Mrs Inmg am! Miss Wright atnycd m cajn.B MILADl 'EDITID BY "INO" PHONIC 1284 The Misses Hatch and'Miss lick arc entertaining Thursday, cv filing a I. a shirt waist dance, lirlion or of their -guests; Miss McColl am Miss Margaret Crahau. Mrs. E. Ucnt, who has licen the guest'of her sister, Mrs. C. G. K Noursc, left this afternoon for a visil to the, coast .Southern Cal iforiiia helore returning to her home in Chicago, fllinois. Mr. C. G. Gordon, recently of the C.I'.R. telegraph staff, Calgary, Is.in inc. city today the guest of friends. Mr. Gordon.is now engaged handling western real estate in Ontario. Miss Marguerite Lang, of Calgary, fannerly of Prank, and well known in this city, lias been successful in the tallowing cvaminations, of the Toroi to College of Music: Senior second .year, honors; senior rudiments, hon- ors. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Weber announca the engagement of their cousin, Elfa M. John T Tate, of South Mend, Wash on July 25th, at Seattle Wash. Medicine I (at News W-. .J. lish, of the City Cartage fJo. Eng- Letli- mQreJ open'tfo dU ilie citj-.'t? For-futchcf at the office. "GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL- OOLL' NO INSULT, SAYS COURT Men Who Term to Girl Arc Given Their. Freedom Chicago, July 6 Tudge Caverly, Ittlng -Monday in Sheffield court, decided ithat c'ahing: a. girl a "great big beautiful doll" does not "an Inault. The ease was that of Daniel f and dward Ryan ol ill Qracn and Arthur J. Hieduan, 3820 Ronkeby stieet, who weie accused making; ibjectlonable remarks'to 'Mils Gert- ude of 2023 Burling; avenue. Miss filler had been, antomobiling with Ray Albright of 448 Sigel street, rt'ho had stopped to get some, water !or hii. radiator There ie .met the three defendan'ts, -who nere after some water in a pail There an argument and in the lonrie of it alleged intuit was lung at the girl _ "What did thew men '.sir- to lie court asked. Ellw. 'One. of themOsuld, bridge, was. married at.-St. Patrick's church morning to Miss M. Mc- Mahness'of'Pcterbord, Rev. Father Cadoux performed the ceremony Roberta McAdams, of the de- pailn.ynt of agriculture, left for Claresholm this afternoon, where she will organize a woman s institute, if the ladies of that; district take-kind- ly., to the proposal, of which there is nb doubt Miss held a shorb term school in science in Claresholm last winter and found the ladies.most enthusiastic.. On Thurs- day she and Mrs. Uurns will address a meeting al Macleod Miss "UcVdams would be pleased [ICTJI an) district intcrcstWin the farm ivo- The laditi of'H'eiliinnktcr ihurc an ice crcn social last night the u knid dust and w ind storin Sf tilth bit. up at cight-thirfc} o'clock there n as generous, patronage the ladle were pleaded the night piocccds. r 1 'Ihc W. C.. ti'tf.-'held a' laigclj at tended meeting at the home of Mrs Thomas Taylor, and .dealt with mat ters ol importance The ladies di cusscci the advisability of having booth at the Agricultural Sotiet fair and al.the.Dry, Fanning con gross, but as there was, no informa lion available as to the charge to b such privileges, committee were appointed, to interview the pro per authorities and report at a meet ing to be held soon. It was also reported that 'there are gratifying prospects of establishing a rest shelter for women travellers who lave to wait "over, at Lethbridge fo train connections. 'At present ther no place forrthev ladles to go ex ccpfr ,to the hotels, and'as not -want to go to the hotels or can'i afford to, and as the station accom nodation for ladies', is wretched, the C I I' hope to soon bring their scheme to a 'successful 'issue. The teachers' training class in con- lection with Westminster Methodist iunday conipleted its cxani- nations cacentfy ami the following parsed and received certificates torn uhc general Sundaj school of- ices. of .the church" at Toronto. .The eitificates, while, ijissued the chilrclij" are recognized by 'the Interoational association Those who campleted ,i fue term course andv received aie Mibses Janet- M I Finlay, E Atkinson M KiHam.ftlis W P. I Alexander ;4iid Mrs V A Lyllc. Miss SraW Hjitler has re- ceived a passed the fourth course "examination, and the men's movement and she following haic successfully completed be delighted to address 'a meet- ing and outline the scope of the work designed to make farm .life air-' tractive for the women. A letter 'ad- dressed to the department ot agricuK turc, Cdmonton, would reach her Clubs and Societies The ladies "of St. Marv's Guild will hold a jumble sale at the Miners' hall, Yprlh LeCbbndgef on Tucsdaj, .Julj 23rd, and glad of any.contributors towards the sale. A conveyance mil collect articles from any address phoned to the Rev C. H.-Pppham. phone number-587. fthe one vear Louise, Miss Juckes, Fames and Miss Davis, The United Cdjn'merc-ial Iraiellers met this fto .discuss arrange- ment ioa a picnic. p No plate was agreed on but there general feeling jn of holding it at some convenient plate near bj such as Hen derson paik, so that it cou'd be mac a familv affair that1' t I ethhridge mercha'nTs jcodld join "in a guests of the There ai travellers with headquarje: in Lethbridge -Vnothcr meeting wi this -week, i big hefliitiful replied the :girl "But what did they say that was "Well, they called nie a' doll." said- the court. KING GEORGE'S KIND WORDS Toronto, July George, atter inspecting the Ancient and Hon- orable-Artillery Company- of -BoBto'n, no'w on :i visit here, Honor- Artillerj Companv of London, at Buckingham Palace thle morning, advanced to the centre of the hollow square" formed by the companieB and addressing the men said "I tin particularly pleaaed to welcome 'the representiitlvBi of the'Old Afasiachu- setts legiment and I hope they -will derive much pleasure from their 0, you great' lait We Have Our New Plant Completed and in Operation We have gone to considerable expense to make it one of the cleanest and most up-to-date in Canada. We have a plant that you are welcome to visit any hour of the day night, and we know that when you see where our bread and cakes are made that you will never be satisfied else but i j i t 4 Quaker Bread (John jGilmore, The Baker .Phone 378- Office and Bakery 1610-2nd Ave, N. A LOVE LETTER OF MARK TWAI Hn Affection for His Wife Made Ho 1 His Public Revising the manuscripts whic Maik Train's wife induced him t discard, and certain edited main script, one gets a partial of wha the reading KOI Id oyes to Olivia Clc meiiB, writes Albert Bigelou Plain Iu Harper's Magaiine Tt should that there lena evidence (and the manuscripts ari full of evidence) that Mrs. Clemen; wais ever sunersentitive -or narrov; or unliterary in Sbi became his public, ae it were, and "n12B 60c Just another little flutter in the Children's Lacrosse Shoes know tliesc .ire good buving at to make it Morth jour to do 30111 shopping in the morning we offer them at, pei t pair, sizes G to 10 C9b Three specials in the Boot Dept. that will ensure good business WOMEN'S TAN OXFORDS, WELTED CC All sizes, i egulai 53 50 for 9 GIRLS' TAN BOOTS, Getty Scott's 'CC'i Sires 11. In 2, TCg 9 I GIRLS' PATENT STRAP SLIPPERS CC Sizes 112, reg {251) foi .91 '93 Just a few Boys' Jumpers Left, made of imported English Galateat Regular 75c.............. OUC "V, J Wash special price for the last few'hours BEAUTIFUL COTTON DELAINES for glimmer In stripe, or without 4 border, regular 20c values for I SCOTCH GINGHAMS In mripe find checks of pink, black and white, pink, -ylue and brown The best 16c value on the market, but Tor Wednesday mornin% only we place them all on sale with the remainder of our 4 4 A beet Printi at pei yard.......I I C STORE CLOSES WEDNESDAY AT 1 P.M, HUDSON'S BAY CO. Not bathtub but. thp. wain- bowl can cleaned of the Hm ahowing showing the br a cloth moiitened with It uied, i Water To hull eggs for Invp.lids or child- ren 'bring the water (o a linll. rake the saucepan ore the flre, egg I? It for five, minutes. place the ,Thla will cook the egg perfectly without1 nuik: the wnlto hnrd and A I'lasler Inaj be cleaned hy riibbliiu nil ,over a mixture beeswax, turpentine arid. antmanU, Ml the dirt mme'olt when this polish Is removed, fint with a >ruak and nnally witt. a aott'eiotk. ;