Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JULY 1(1, 1917 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY ITLttALO PAGE SEVEN Exceptional Saving Opportunities All This week in Clarke's Midsummer Sale Spncc forbids meiilioii of but a few of the leading lilies on which you can Have much money, but these arc representative of scores of other equally attractive savings in seasonable, high grade meirhaiMlise for present and future use. Lovely Paisley Voiles 00c Goods in this lot worth up to ?1.00. Voiles, silk mulls, etc., in some o� the newest things of the Beason, ind' Girls' Hose 150c heavy ribs, sizes 6 to 10 lines selling at old prices, always represented tho liable valtio for the money. Silk Boot Hose - - - 58c Superior quality, now worth Soc. Colors, white, black, Bl8 p.m. was an hour lato on Thursday, owing to the congested traffic at the cast 03* Robert McLachlan has purchased a new Chevrolet. Tho Youngrcon xgil drilling outfit which has been working south of town for tho past month, have struck beautiful water at a depth of "&0 feet, clear, cold and soft. They srlso have an artesian well near the same place. Manager Ileathcrly of the local theatre is putting on some very good war pictures this week. John Jasmin and bride of Many-berries arrived yesterday to visit Mr. Jasmin's parents. Those who attended tho stampede were: Mr. and Mrs. Sid Logan, W. I). Henry, A. B. Canning, Mrs. Wm. McNovin, Mr. and Mrs. John Ell, Willie Salvago, Tom Oddle, Ed. Wasden, W. O. Lyons, Tom Snowdin, Mrs. J. If. Watson, W.-D. McCrostio, George Haley. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sands, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Weir, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Cummings. Pitied His Widow "That fellow was an impudent fraud. How did he manage to wheedle money out of you?" "Oh, John, he told mo such a sad, pitiful tale about his poor wife who was a widow with six little children." �-Baltimore American. Putting a Salmon River on the Map Mr. F. Jackson has left to spend a holiday at Banff. � Mrs. D. J. Hay lnfl hist week to spend two months with relatives in Kenora, Ont. * * Mrs. J. C. Livingstone and Mrs. Jim Livingstone have left on an extended visit to Ohio. * Mr. A. E. Kinnear left, on Saturday to visit Vancouver, Victoria, Portland and Seattle. . � Dr. and Mrs. Rivers with their two sons, aro the guests in Kdmonton of Mr. and Mrs. A. Curtis. *. � Inspector JaB. Morgan has left to spend a vacation in Ontario and will return to the city about Sept. 1st. * � Miss Jean Stewart left on Saturday to spend throe weeks with her sister, Mrs. \V. E. Simpson in Edmonton. � * � Mrs. I. Hooper who has been spending a few days in the city returned to her home in High River on Saturday. * The regular July meeting of the local council of women will be held next Monday night at S o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. � Mrs. Ford's section of the Rebckahs will meet with Mrs. II. C. Graham, (iir> flth Street south on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. * * The girls' swimming class at tho Y.M.C.A. will be held on Wednesday evening at 6.30 instead of 4 in tho afternoon; tho adults class will bo at 7.30 as usual. * A jolly camping party chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. E. Ainsworth and Mrs. W. F. Hicks left, yesterday and today by auto to spend two weeks at Watorton Lakes. The party which was composed of members of tho Big Sisters', Big Brothers' and Pearl Seekers' classes of Knox Sunday school, included: Mabel Winter, Helen Richardson, Ada Murray, Leah Young, Margaret McKillop, Esther Bonnell, Alice Fairfield, Lucile Mors-pool, Bessie Little, Meta Wellington, Ailcen Jones, Chnrlotte McEachern, Erma Dosse, Nan Denoon. Frances Porter, Norman Hlglnbotham, Terence Home,' Lylo (jammings, George Scott, Austin Skeith, Herbert Mc-Clenaghan, Del McQueen and Jack Wood. * HORN- BKILEN In St. John's Cbiu^Jb.-iModicine Hat, by Rev. J. W. Morrow, Mr. Forest E. Horn, of Lucky Strlko, Alta., was united to Miss Sophia A. Beilen, of St. Kilda, Alberta, on Wednesday, July 11th. LEAMY-LUND. A very qulot but interesting wedding took place at half past two o'clock Saturday afternoon at the homo of the bride's aunt, Mrs. E. Jewett, of Calgary, when Miss Edith Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lund of this city, and . Mr. Albert James Leamy, assistant inspector of imperial munitions of tho western district and son of the lato James and of Mrs. Leamy of New Westminster, B. C, were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Alex. Esler, pastor of Grace Presbyterian church, and was wtinessed by only immediate relatives with tho exception of Mr. and Mrs. McKinlay-Koy. The house was very artistically decorated with potted plants and ferns and cut flowers and in the dining room where luncheon was served tho tablo was centered by the wedding cake and arranged in white and green with streamers of smilax and clusters of whito carnations. Tho bride looked very attractive in her travelling suit of blue serge with hat of black and whito nnd blouse of whito georgette crepe with touches of blue. She alBo wore a corsago of Ophelia roses and the bridegroom's gift, a diamond cluster ring set in platinum. Among the very maiiy beautiful gifts received by the brido was a cabinet of silver from her father. Mr .and Mrs. Leamy left on tho evening train for Banff and aro spending their honeymoon in the mountains. On their return they will reside at Suito 11 Argylo court, Calgary. Mr. Leamy has many friends in British Columbia, where his father was former Da*ntnion timber agont. 40^ \ H autihil Convex GEO PORTRAIT 33 "W MADE FROM ANY SMALL PHOTO A remarkable offer Indeed. To take advantage you must act promptly. Bring to us any small photo (bust style) postal photo or cabinet picture and we will faithfully en liTg-j it to a handsome CONVEX Oval Portrait, measuring 14x20 Inches. Thousands of homes have but small pictures of their soldier boys. This should prove to be of great interest to many who have relatives or friends in the firing line. Many of these men went away leaving no resemblance behind but a small snap shot or cabinet photo. How nice it would be to have a large CONVEX portrait of "him" hanging on the w all, flag dr;ipcd. 8EVE2T BEAUTIES tUOM ONB POOt. READINO FROM RiciIIT TO tW. AUxMIIXIAK FOSTER, W. O. M'GEEHAIf, JACK CAR. urantlanii RlCE. MaXMIIXIAN FOSTEII IIAH HIS hands FUtX. THE map referred to Is a map of some importance for salmon is tho big game of tho fisherman, knd brings in search of it sportsmen Srom all over the world with big two-uanded rods and large noisy reels and (what Canada much doslrsB) a 'deep purso for camps, guides and out-Iflt Harry Allen, President of the INew Brunswick Guides Association, jhas known the Cains River as one of jthu beat trout streams In tho Pro-k'inco. of New Brunswick, and ailmon were frequently caught twenty miles up from the junction with the better (Known Mirlmichl, but ho believed that if the right kind of fishermen pot there, thoy would (Ind salmon all the length of at least eighty mll�a. The Investigation was made a short time 'ago by a party of sporting writers and editors from the United States. Maxinilllan Foster, a salmon fisherman of twenty years standing, who knows New Brunswick and Newfoundland like a book, and writes for the "Saturday Evening Poet"; |}Uf bit FuJlertou, ol the Chicago "Examiner," Jack Lalt, of the Chicago "Herald," Grantland Rice and W. O. M'Qeehan, of tho New York "Tri-bunc," and L. O. Armstrong, of the Bureau of Commercial Economics, Washington, I).C, an old campaigner who has hunted and fished In the Canadian woods for over fifty years, and A. O. Seymour, General Tourist Agont of the Canadian Pacific Kail-way, an ardent fisherman, When they arrived at Frederlcton, all tho local 'fishermen were pessimistic. "If there are salmon In the Cains," they said, "you have come at tho wrong time. Thay went out with the Ice and aro now at sea. Bettor go home nnd come back in a month." It was cold and raining, the worst kind of weather for flyfishing, but nothing .daunted, they set out. With eight fishermen, one movie picture operator from the Essanay Company of Chicago, and nine guides, tho'fleet started out near the; head of tho Cains River, fishing the poolH as thoy wont down. The first day they struck only, trout, but from the sec- ond day onwards the movie man wM busy. Twice he had to choose between two fishermen who had hooked their salmon at the same time. Max-millian Foster had a basket of thirteen, raDglng from seven to eighteen pounds. The largest measured forty-t^'o-and-a-half Inches, which means that if It had boon taken in the fall it would have weighed forty-two-and-a-half pounds. Every member of the party had what he came for, thanks to Silver Doctor and Parmechene Belle, tho two flies that the Cains River salmon seem to like. In on* pool seven beauties, weighing between them sixty-eight pounds, were taken out in two hours, and It was only, dark and lack of time that closed the aport. Result, eight, happy fisher*, men, one happy movie man, and one supremely proud Harry Allan, who saw that his claims were Justified and that Cains River could take Its place for salmon besides the' hitherto more famous waters of the Mirlmichl and the Rcstigoucua. * Gbfs Meek in the Cits Churches EC .Christian Science-Wednosday at 8 p.m., testimony meeting. At Pentecostal MI�iion-Tuesday at 8 p.m., Prayer and The Word. Thursday, 8 p.m., Special waiting upon God for the Baptism of tho Holy Ghost. A hearty wolcomo to all. At St. Cyprian's-Wednosday at 8 p.m., intercession service. Thursday afternoon, tho ladles of tho church meat at tho Rod Cross rooms. At United Church-Tonight at 8, Christian Kndeavor. Wednesday at 8 p.m., prayor service.. Thursday night, the ladles of Oje^huroJl, mo holding n,Bp(jial on the lawn, of., the church, Friday at 8, p.m. stewards 'moot in tho church. At Wealey-Wednosday at 8 p. m. grayer meeting ,,-K ^ Good for a Limited Period Only. We guarantee the safe return of your original photograph. These reproductions are actually works of art, so faithfully are the original lines followed. Then, too, these portrait1? are of the very latest Style CONVEX enlargements, and worthy a place in any home. Please do not ask us to fill mail orders. This procedure would be most unsatisfactory to you as well ns to this house. �MCO*�OttAT�D IMFc � EHDIlf C. �UftBIOG(. STOMl COMMISSIONER ompnu. ^ONHIlIIOIMIl MILLIONAIRES CONSERVING FOOD. San Diego, Cal., July 11.-Coronado, tho wealthy suburb of San Diego, today made the official announcement that its garbage business had fallen off 7.ri per cent since food conservation became a recognized patriotic principle. A JERSEY MODEL In dark gray with Beetroot Soutache Braid. The collar is lined with Beet root Georgotto.-Fi-om Women's Wear. SGT. DUNC. MacNEIL OF THE CANADIANS Says Dr. Casscll's Tablets Cured His Dyspepsia Completely. ! Sergeant Duncan MacNeil of the Canadian Expeditionary Forco, writing from Europe (his homo address is 116 Pleasant street, Halifax, N.S.) says: "For six years I suffered from frequent attacks of dyspepsia, often being In bed for days at a time. When the war broke out I joined tho Expeditionary Force nnd came to England. I, had not been long there, however, when my old trouble returned, and I had to go to the hospital. While in hospital a friend toi'd mo of Dr Cas-sell's Tablets, and I decided to try them. Tho first box brought such pronounced rollof that I continued tho treatmont. To make a long story short, a' complete cure was effected." A free sample of Dr. Cassell's Tablets will be sent to you on receipt of 5 cents for mailing and packing. Address: Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd., 10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. CassoU's Tablets aro tho surest homo remedy for Dyspepsia, Kldnoy Troublo, Sleeplessness, Anaomia, Nbi-vous Ailments, Nervo Paralysis, Palpitation and Weakness in Children. Specially valuable for nursing mothers and during tho critical periods of llfo. Sold by druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, 50 cents; six tubes for tho price of five. Beware of Imitations said to contuin hypophosphitos. The composition of Dr. CassoU's Tab-lots is known only to the proprietors, and no imitations can evor bo the same. 8o(| Proprietor*: Dr. Cassell's Co., > fcW<� Manchester, Enjj, Louis Roels, for years the mail collector at the local post oilice, iva:i arrested on Saturday by an officer of tlio A.P.P. charged Willi robbing his majesty's niiiihi. It appears that, on Juno Ifjt.h, a bitter was mailed here to a Toronto firm. Since thou nothing had bi-cn beard of the letter and inquiries were begun. On Saturday, officers, while searching Rod's home on the suspicion that ho was handling liquor, discovered the missing letter concealed between tho mattress and the spring of his bod. His arrest followed, and lie appeared before Police Magistrate Elton, who remanded him tmti! Wednesday morning. This is a very serious offeneo and tho penalty provided is anything from threo to seven years' imprisonment. Not to be Caught Doctor-You are slightly morbid, my dear lady. You should look about you and marry again. Widow-Oh, doctor, is-is this a proposal? Doctor-Allow mo to remind you, madam, that a doctor prescribes medicine-but ho doesn't take it. AUCTION SALE AT THE LETIIBRIDGE STOCK YARDS On Saturday, July 21st AT ONE O'CLOCK COMPRISING 150 2-ycar old heifers, due to calve soon. 75 2-year old steers. 75 3-year old steers. ' 50 Cows with calves at foot. 25 yearling steers. 25 Yearling heifers. 3 White face bulls. This stock is well bred Durham and White Pace and la In good chape and must be sold. Don't miss this sale If you can use any of the above cattle. TERMS CASH G. P. DEARDORFF, L. J. NICHOLSON, Auctioneers. RED LINE CAR OR TAXI TO SALE.-REMEMBER THE DATI. i.