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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Really delicious Vegetable Soup.., You put m llie j. kdward's his Mwdc ihe slock for you. it an Onion Soup, Pfi Potato Soup, as you IKK FDWARDS TENDERS FOR THE READY-MADES C P'R inttle the jtlrst practical connec. t jflon with iho erosion of Ihe made farina''In Alberta comiwnj seal- tenders foi the construction of nets of readv home of Mr. and'Mrs. Mvers, 'alici, their daughtei, Udna Viy, became the .bride of Mr. Gor- don. .Ridluv The riuwer Mission is gialeful to the following ladies, who bent flow crs to the hos-pital this week Mrs C'onji'caro, Mrs Sherlock, Mrs Free- man, Mrs. Kurniau and Miss Grev Miss Lconic be .Blanc, school nurse of Newton, Mass, is her brother, G. .1. 'Lclilanc, of this citv A London despatch'.-says The Hon. Gerald Ward .and Lady Evclvn Ward lecenth left for Laiuda I'hey intend to settle there, anj hale gone to '1 oronto, u propose to engage'vin business.' K-.. Gerald Ward is the ol Ihe four hi others of (he Far] of IJudicj', and was form crly in the 1st Life Guards. Ladv is the jiiUgbtei of the Earl >nd i Countess of Erne, 1 hej hitherto made theft hnme in London, where thev hale a hoube in Iljdo Park street Tht Earl of Mr Hard's brotlci, has been Locd-Lieutenant of Heland and Goiernoi General Of Aus- tralia, He has been mentioned as a possible successor to the Duke of Coirnaiiglil The Earl ol Crnc Ladi Hard's father, is the head of the Orange Institution in Ireland H. C., of Helena K. Way, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 11. Way of Lcthbridgc, .lohn McDon- ald, of Vancouver. Mr. 'and Mrs. Mc- Donald are taking an extended trip lo Southern California and Mexico A London despatch says Everyone has suddenly discovered that despite fll'jy UMuf) w SI10JJ3S gql takes of life in gencial of her posi- tion in particular, she has a weak- ness for nnp frtvoliii nf whiM) qn nnn has suspected her She is, as one young girl expressed it the other "simph mad" about dancing It has been hci great disappointment this vcar that owing sue is obliged to denj lerself the plcastuc of being present ai seicral large balls, more pnrticu- the one bj the Duchess ol Dcionshuc, to which she had been ookmg forward to for weeks N'ot onh is she demoted to dancing icrself, but the queen, encourages her o indulge in the pastime and the la- lies attending last night's state ball ccened a hint that if the; dance he) better conic prepared to c .t o the Hill and not wear dance frocks, but also'to .wear such tiaras as might hinder their dancing for the "fenders" as one ib to call them here j Last night's state ball was the looked forward to.with much pleasur auble antieipatioj than has herciofor been the case with such functions am joung people receded com mands -The-Marchioness'-of Duflcrin wore of Chinese blue brocade, made pompadour fashion and drapec over a petticoat''of real'lice-which in its turn was in the softest pink chiffon She had muted about thirl ;tp dinner, at House, Putney, beforehand, man) of whom aftciward went on to Buckingham Palace. These included Grand Duke Michael and the Countess Torbi, with their elder daughter Countess Zia rorbi Carnaron, the Duchess of I ceds. Lady Guendclon'O.'sbo'rne, the Duke I'hc maruage was'eelebrated b) the ol Marlhorollgh, Ml ind Mr, Her nr H Krancifi Pern, of the I keppcll, Mrs Ernebl Cunard and Mrs Firs! Baptist church at Vancom er, house on man English (Continued from front page) Supreme above all others in qual- ty raised by merit alone to :hat proud emin- ence Alberta's J e s t Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. Corp Hane; of Hertfordshire won the Lodei cup, shots at 600 yards Lieut Steele, Guelph, second win Corpl. Mann of the Honorable Artil- lery company with. an- aggregate 'for .thc'two stages of US. Capt. Forrest tied lor place at 117 with Gunner Patterson the Lowland Royal Field Artilleri'i Sergt. Hys- lop" of tlio Royal Sects, but shooting off .Forrest made two bulls and one central, winning the silver cross and 15 pounds. .The grand aggregate awarded to the competitors whose score in the King's prize, first stage, St. George's vase, first istage, Alexander, Daily Graphic aiid: Dally Telegraph, .make up highest aggregate, was won by Sergt. Slni Harvey of the Transvaal. Of the Canadians who secured -the bronze I croaii awarded the first hundred, Capt. Forrest was fourth, Sergt. Armstrong sixth and Color Sergt. Stoddard 22nd each .-winning five pounds. Private Macphcrson 4Hht Staff Sergt BiylPB 5EHh, Lieut. Forest fiflth, Sergt. Smith 18th, Sergt. Battenhill S3rd, Capt. Andrews S.ith, and Lieut. Maggs IftOtlK each winning two pounds 'The All Comers aggregate wag won by" Stewart of Dorchester, Of the Canadians, Armstrong wag Aior- Ihiier 23i'd, Stoddart, 24th, Forest find Smith 2ftth. each winning 'bronze medal. Mclnnes 71st and Hichardson ftpth each win two pounds a Record for Growing Hair Machela, Nature's. Scalp Tonic, will rio (t in 95 cases put of It is the piily rcmody ever discovered that is Hiinllar to the natural hair foods or Ilqulila of Die Huinoveti dan- urufT, iiniveuls fnllfiig of llie.lmlr niul all oilier dlaonKes of Hie sculp, Rach CHURCH SERVICES ST AUQUSTIN'S CHURCH AN J E Murrell U right rector Hoh Communion ever> Sin day at 8 p m. and the first Sundaj of each month "at the eleven o'clock ser- vice Matins 11 a m Sundaj school 3pm Evensong 7 30 p m FIRST.' CHURCH OF CHRIST Bank Block. 11 a.m. Sunday.-School 12.10 -p.m., sub- ject "Life Wednesdaj evening tes imony meeting 8 p.m. The'reading oom fo.onen to everyone every day rom 3 to 5 pm Everjone is cord ally invited to attend GERMAN -'EVANGELICAL1 LUTH- ERANT-Servlces will be held at, 710 6th North Lethbrldga at. 10.30 a. and will be conducted by the Rev A Groth in the German language 'he German speaking populace is cor dialls invited CHURCH OF (Disciples) Services in Caledonian Hall 518-7th St. South, at 11.00 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sun- Travelling Requisites Special Window Display of Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases; Hat Boxes, Travelling Rugs, etc., etc. -II you find your clothes inside trunk the end ol yoiu journey, instead of( beiuo so-altered at intcnals along, the hoc tli.il is of sound tion and made to withstand the of holnlaj tinsel. Onr niuclous contain a display of trunks and bigi, made the oldes and best manufacturers in the business and nothing but' dependable baggage is at prices that defy- competition Leather Suit Cases from Strong iron-bound Trunks from to OUR SPECIALTY- We are making a special ofter for the Holiday Season of our Best Fibre Trunk This trunk has a thick laser Inside and out, completely coierlng the trunk of hard compressed fibre, lined inade linen! two trajs hat compartment and small d.uslons for, neckwear etc Pitted with Yale IOCK A trunk that is piac COC flft .....9CO.UO v, tically Indestructible Hudson's Bay Co. -ft f- V ST 3th and 7th 4ie N, Sundaj sen Ice lam and 7 10 p m >lr Na mith will preach SundBV school a pm All heaitilj welcome FIFTH AVE BAPTIST orner 5th Avenue andJ.Sth Stieet, N lei 0 B UcKlnhori Sen Ices t 11-am and 730 p n) t ICNOV PRESBYTERIAN Minister Q Cameron ices'U a to nd 7 30 p m Ttfe minister v 111 preach t both Morning Tine Freedom1 Diemng "How to the great Olympic" Sabbath chool and thj allwekome-A'diill Bible nes will meet at ip a m (Strangers nd lisltois are cordiallj'lniitea to hc-je services VANCOUVER LOSS IS VERY HEAVY day school at 10.30 a.m. A welcome to all WESLEY T P Per- 13, pastor Jlfolnlng subject "Love and Evening subject duties o? a Christian Specla'l music bj choir aad male quartette Sunday school and Adult Biblo class 3pm VII ale cordially The Knights of Pjlhias will attend evening service, CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI- StlAAvc and llth St., Ret Canon McMIIlen, rector Hoh Sunday school and Bible class 3pm Communion 8.30. Matins 11 'a.m. Ei enspng gym I WESTMINSTER- CHURCH METH- Prof Jackson of Ed nonton; acting pastor, will preach at idth servlc.es. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Strangers welcome. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY Hall 10th St. S., near Y.Jf.C.A. a.m. Ofllcers nud teachers meeting a.m; Sunday, school 2 p.m. Sacrament Meeting. Bishop B., S. Young, No 1, First Avenue South. ST.: PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN, the home of Rev. C. Grant, Sixth Avenue South. Sun- day July. 21st Sunday school at. 2.30 p.m. Services a.m. and.7.30 p. CatccMim class Wednesdaj 2 P m Bible sludi Wednesdaj S p m FIRST Avc. S, Rev A C Watsoi, HA pastor Sun July 21 11 a m public wouhlp, "One, Christian's ____ 3 'p.m. Bible school, lesson, Growth of Mark 32. ,7.30 pubfieworship: acrmon .'Two Voices from the Ground." Weclues- liny, July 24, 8'p.m., mld-wecK lileot- Ing, "The Challenge of the City." All, n're Invl.ed lo all other diseases of Ihe scalp. Each nre jiwiiy nv.e n a packet ol'.Machelu I espei'lnlly uirangeri Dry Shiimpiio.Powder. 1'rlcc for whii. have no regular 'cliurcl: plele home (realmcnt, 11.00. Sold indjlio'hie.- If a mranger, come In and In r. J troducb lo (ho pastor, by Jackson Co. Vancomer, Juli 20 csti- of the (ire loss bring li up to between one and a half to Iwo mil- lion dollars A B Motor company place the estimate of a quarter million dollars on their stock and garage, which was hurned The} ucre clueffv trucks stored there nearln commercial firms Miniates show the chief losses to he Champion and White, builders' sup- Canada Malloable Steel Range C o SVi OOC Com'mer- cial cars stored in ABC Motor company's warehouse, Brit- ish Columbia Elrctnp Railway, 000 rudhopc Motor company, 000 Palmer Land Investment -Co., CIRCUS TO SHfFT WINTER Mrs J Devlin, of Niagara Falls, threw an old suit of her in to the riv-er which had (207 in the pockets Search made for the garments but without-; sncceis. Ringltngt Expected to Buy Old Trick Wajikegan, III, July 1 quarteis-tci (tingling circus h.e. established at Libertyvllle, III Waukegan real estate ire said tOjbo negotiating with atiieg'ot the 'circus for purchase of the Hie trapk; .which has been practically un used .except for ti aining-purppaii for sev fral years The negotiations ,'tre have reached a point where a be' made announcement of the deal is eipected to be made this week i- is ed purposes' cf the 't contains about 100 acres ind excellent railroad facilities-, the Chi :ago, Milwaukee and St Paul, apd he Chicago and Milwaukee electric mining within a short dintanpe of it. n addition there Is the advantage of ts proximity to Chicago which could e used aa a purchasing headquartfre For years the winter headquarters f the big circus have been at oo, .Wls, a fact that ttaa been dej- clared largelj responsible fgr1 putting the town on the map Much of' its revenue has been demed circus men, hut that it their nnanclal contributions ac- nounced several months ago r Ringhngs, with several other rbig corporations, was heavily under the new state Income ot Wiscontln and like them it prepared to, move as soon as new quarters codid be found A location near Chicago was thoufht desirable, and it hai been reported at different time; that several sites tar the Inter camp have been Inspected, but in no Instance was there any that the brothers had found what they were seeking William McIOnna" a farmer living near was'killed by light- ning while milking a cow Wesley Sunday School EXCURSION To Crow's Nest Thursday July 25 TICKETS OX SALE MONDAY' AT Jackson Dnitf Store. The Tlertley Dnitf Co. M. K, Kuakc's Harbor Shop, People's Drug1 Slore. K: .iSi'-SO Adull.s; .fil.10 Children nmki; 12.' ;