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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHimiDGE DAILY HEJRALB The Most Important News f i Ji fe's Paper Will Be dn Page 10, It is I j Wdytlv a Second ai Look Any way Ratepayers1 Yesterday. Were: all Boost LeihbrirJge Frame of Mind'. f "..'In fact "that the" ralei payers of the C' Norih South iff Carried majority. Proposition-'O' NorBi 67 South............... Us 9 13 22 18' 13 13" 33 Carried by 2 majority. Spoiled ballots. 10. 193 32 77 NOT IARNA'8 qMAYOR 'REFUSED THEM TO TOWK HA'Ci Sunfa, Out., July summons ws boon sworn ont agalnit Mayor Jail, by. James P, Cox, 'well-known ocal Orangornan, u a result of a dlB- >uto whloh aroEQ liora on ]Mt Batur- lay, when tie 'Maror refusod loaeo he of tbV towa hail, la am- oniarr on oeoAelons, The hail marXel commltioe gara pannts- officials to use, "and "th Mayor slipped in and Billed -tater, Jfr. Opx met the Mayor on th street, and Ws Worship-used InJaltln language to Cos, 10 it Is alleged b the plaintiff. The. case "will com up.In court tomorrow morning ;afi, has already aroused considerable.' con mant in the town. This is the.after-effect of the de monstratlon which was held here i the main ".treat" on Saturday- nigh when a. crowd of Orangemen prevent >t the automobile from pro oeedln.g on the. ttreot, and. hov.-lec down the efforts no mado to speak. The Mayor then a man, and paraded the street with hi machine. Mrs, Jos. MacJioborts Is dead a11D living In at. Tbomaa for over eighty years. A Word About Tjiose Coupons" on page 10 SAVE THE COUPONS on the YELLOW BILLS We have every home in (lie'city, livery.bill ha? a coupon, ami aaoh coupon is num- bered. Yours, may be. the 'lucky .ona. feeginnim! lo- rriorrow the day of the Big Rummage give nway tho articles listed bVlow. Each nrliclc will ho on display, and numbered. If your number corres- ponds to the number on. the FREE articles, it's yours for To make things sifll more interesting we will change the articles ;tmd every day so Sf-ypu fail to !and a prize one day, try the next. Keeping everlastingly at it brings nuccega. Articles f or Tomorrow: DUACK SATIN PETTICOAT PANCV SILk KIMONA LADIES' OXFORDS PERRIN'9 KID QLOVBS JAPANESE MEN'S SILK 8H1RT, OIRL'. SUMMER COAT: PAIR LAOE CURfAJiV8 RYLANDS CO The gtore" .EDITED BY PHONEI. 1111 MOTHER "She -niMo-home TheEo few vorde I read Within a churchyard, graven on .a No nanio, no (Into, the simple worda To'.d mo the story of tho unknown dead. A .marble' lifted "blph: Hg'; hXatl so b'y, inserlbed li) the'-V6r'l4 known, Tlut, oh, thai lonely grave, witji m'osp o'ergrown. Thrilled mD tar more than -who leO. "Sho. iiiado Through' :tho j-eara Tho-_inothDr tolled and never stopped io Until t'lioy crossed her her breast Vnd closed hor eyes, no longer dim ivitii tears. The filmplo record she left behind Was grander than tlio soldier's, to my mind. Mr. Cook, of Calgarjvls u guest for .he 'week with Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. W11- Mr. C. J. Ecttstormvreturned this lldrnfng from Jasv. Mr. J. H. Siowart, of Suff ield, Altn s a- guest with his sister, -Mrs H G' McClure. Mrs. MacDonald and Jlaad McQuory, ot guests with Mrs. J. w. Helms, Domin- ion Building. Miss Holt, of the telephone office Btarr.-leil this morning for Nolson. B. 0., where she will-spend a two-weeks' vacation. f Miss JJdmontoh ar.d Miss Hpgp, of Wnlkerton, Orit., uro guests with tlieh- uncls and aunt Mr anct Mrs. Robert F. Sans, Sixth av- enue." I 4 Miss Mae Gray-leaves on Friday to spend some weeks "visiting in Cal- gary and Edmonton. McCJure and -Miss B. B ifc- Clure, of Brampton. Out, are "guests Mrs. Henry Oliver. MI83 Mc- in the ctty, a niember-tof Clure has many friends having formerly: -been (be teaching staff." of, Calgary, "who Is vlth Mlsa CuV." Us, of who 's Mrs B A Wil- namson's -and ".MJSS n'lrlanj Stoltic, borne frtim. attendtag college, at Madleon, "wlif be honor guests ot a, bridge'and tea, which will claim Mrs. A. ii. McGuire, Fourth avenue, hostess tomorrow. .Mrs. i. B. jjjnrray Invited In a friends yesterday iftc.-.ison, ;n honor of Mrs. Stewart nnd Mrs. McGlure uf Bramptoo, .Ont., wlio are guests Mrs. IJ.: c. ..licOlure ami .Mrs. Oliver.-i A happy hour was spent ;n was assisted at ten htstir-.by" her' daughter UTS Uaxwoll. the tea lible .bc-lns fragraiiL leod; Miss Frlel, Taber, and Mrs. J. E. 1 to d gton -Mrs. H. F. .jiidnn deilghlfully en- a 'tijv- friends yeaterday from liireo'tp Jiii for her moUier, ilrs. -i- honor guest is froin Oirtario, ami Jfwaa a unique fea- giiesia were or'-' 161lftlly" VKose afis. Fiskg, Mrs. Mlddlevleh, Dar'rowitia.ri, Mrs." Adanis, Mrs; Mooro, Mrs. Dur- and Mrs. Cnranflng. entorlalncd at a aftor- Lndles' Aid of Kriojc' Ch'Urch.' The gu'esta were motored lo tto ranch, vhurs an enjoyable time was spent In sewing and music. Miss Uiclle ren- lered-pleaslhg plnno whilj Mlsa Miriam Stoltza gave eeverw vo- cal.nutnbers in excellent voice. Those bidden were JfcEdames Che oy. Tiidson, .Stbltze, Leonard, Bck- storm, Hanrahan, McKlllop, and the Misses Kckstorm, Sloltzo, Hanrahan andi.Barassin.' Aille, tlie son of'Mr. ami Mre. E R Armstrong, CB6 fourteenth street -Ms thirteenth birth, day yesleirday a num- ber of his playmates.durfng the after- noon and; evening. Games and sports wore, enjoyed.; .aVd Mrs, Armstrong was assisted at 'the tea hour by Mlsa Kath'arlne Brodle and Miss Marlon Prauie. Those present, included Mnrjoi-ln FreeBiirger, 'iJevlni Sang, pllv'e TVli- lains, iiurior. Pqdger, NciHo Robert- Maigftret Dleietii, Jessie PuUertoh: Walter Dodman.-.Robert.Dodiuan no.i .Kay, Delbert Preeburger' and Wa.d6MlWpsth.---U 1 An pretty oven'irjg.at tlie homo of'ifr. "and MM. D..L. wlton Miss Alice.Perry, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Doh.O..: iiajce, ivas joined In .jnarrlngo'. to Jcnes, who recently reeigncfl the vlvse- presldency of the-VJ. M. W. of trict 7.8, and !s for re-el- ection. .'vMr.iJojjtt'wpi. bor .candidate In-the recent provincial election. Blshopl Voung, ot-'lhe church of latter-day Saints, performed ceremony, in the presence of some twentj--guests, the hofflp being pjo. The Enthusiasm Displayed at The Opening of Our AN-NUAL MIDSUMMER SALE Grows Keener Each Day as the Sale Progresses SO NOTJCKABLE is this spirit of enthnsliwrn llmt we can only compare this safe to .1 keenly contested race. The ncurcr the end, the fnsler the pace and' the greater the enthusiasm. givc'llc ,ksire to all comer, wo rm.st do- ta thc nml rciicvc To accomplish this, we are holding special morning sales every morning for the of ilenis "Hccd f01' loniotTOW ly protty i sweot.peas e Inspector and Mra. Morgan, enter- alned last evening In honor of the departmental examiners and tliolr Music was enjoyed, aftor ivhleh dainty viands were served. Those prii- sent IncIudM .Mr. and Sirs. Mitchell Coleman; Jtr. and Mrs. Munroe, S'.lr- Ing; Inspector and Mrs. Samson Mac- fff vuioagD uoiiquBti. OI bride's. rose buds.) She wore' an ''ok a r-'ed a shower, of ifrije's roses'. Her alsler, TAts.'-O.J.. Kimball who was- w.aa knpdBoMqly In white sitin, 'beautifully em. brojdereil, C: The groom was "supported by ciem Stubbs, ex-president of District 18 U M. "W. Inimealately after tho ceromony a, recherche wedding "supper was serv- ed. Tha beautituliand costly array of wediiing gifts included cut glass, china and silverware. Mr. and Mrs. Jones left -'tor the loum'ilns, where th'by will spend tceir honeymoon of three or tour weeks'. Irish Linen Table Cloths At Half Price 200. Pure .Irish Linen Satin Damask Table Cloths, nemo with n trifling Imperfection In man- ufacture, but nothing that will la any way im- pair either the appearance. All sites from -2 -yarp.s.square to 2 yards by 4 yards atid a good .variety In 'and 2% yards square Regular prices to For Just 1 WCO WafcH To-morrow's Paper For Special Napkin Bargain Shirts for Ten Jo'zeiO Men's extra fine qualities In plain and atriped Outing ShlrU. vertible collars nnd liaadtorchiet pocket All sizes 16 Regular to i Thursday "morning only e 4 Ladies' Tailored Skirts up to values for 35 only, up.to-dnto Man, tailored Ladles'-Skirts In correct medium width and high waist lino All wool Panamas, tweeds and Serges In all tlio pop- ular jihndliiEB. Complete range of ladles' Vnd small >Nomen 3 to J6.00 val- ues, on Thursday morning......... Art Sateens and Cretonnes _ ;25c values for 13c> i Fast Color Art Sateens and Cretonnes, 30 In. :Wide new.. tapestry and shadow designs I and-In Alight, medium or. dark sliadtnga. J on Thursday morning.......', ,lOG H m-ui: .f Ladies' Shoes for narris ramous Wiltshire Hams Your of pairs ot Laai t __ >Tl-i Fed and cured in Wiltshire, England undoubt- edly tho flncst flavor bnmo possible for money to buy. Weight 10 to 12 Iba. on Thursday morn- ing; by tlie wliolo or half bam, per Your ohoicn of countless pairs ot Ladies' high nrada shoes, Including Vlcl Kid Bluchers and Button shoes, patent too cap and counter, and Cuban heel, also vlcl OifotUs with patent tip up to I't.OO. On. .Thursday morning Throve items will be placed on sale at these prices tor 1 hursday morning from 9 to 1 2 Here At 9 The Hudson's Bay Stores AND SOCIETIES WON ACTION FOR STUDIES IN TEA GOWNS Vfie seated figure wears wtlitft with-the flounce on the tklrt'of black Chan- and biii'e c party, of bl.ck Liberty Htln, and i of. row tllk to "form :thz bodiceVaniJ "iTr "The right hind 'Jdf The LaOles' Ailar Bocioty ot St. Pat- Oliurcii -will servo supper from five o'clock on at their lawn social on the church grounds this evening. Wesley choir will rehearse on Thursday evening" ibis week, instead of Friday, on account of the excursion to Calgary.- All members are urged to attend, A large attendance marked tic op- en meeting or the W. M. S. of West- minster church last evening. Routine business was which Mrs. W. P. J. Alexander gave an ex- haustive apd thoroughly interesting report of tlic recent, conference In Medicine Hat. The by the W. P. M. S. of Knox clnircb to pack the hale, wish to remind those Inter- ested, thnt tho Indies ejpect to pack the bale on FHdny f( any wish to send contributions, they arn kindly asked to do so before that time, to Miss McCJure, S10'.- KtglitJi street South. The parlors of Knox clmrcli were transfoTmod Into ii beauty spot laat night by the deft' hands of the W. C. T. U. indies. :.'rife' ice-cream aoofal advertised for' the 6recn onbles' lawn was hold indo'ors, owing to tho wind nnd chilly temperature. An ample supply of bunting, Chinese lan- terns and electrical effects made ev- erything present ti- pleasing appear- ance, and to crown H all there was a mo'at gratifying attendance. The Jndlcs nerved lea, c.-ifcc and Ice- ;remi to their gueste, while esmly ness. An Impromptu programme of ranslc, vocal and Instrumental, ana rcclta- ions, svas pleasing. Among those con- rlbiitlng woro Slisa Vl'scr, Miss. Udy Miss Falrbalm. and Mlas Snoll.' After ill expenses are, mot. Urn Union will lave a neat balance to apply to local and .district work. members of the Un'l9Q. an- ,D.isy an wu In Canada ..veril r ;