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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta tonday, July THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PMK9 because piirttst in I q u a 1 ity; try it and DISAPPEARS IN NIGHT; COTTAGERS RUB THEIR EYES iummer Residents at Laurel Sprlngi, N. J., ..Angered by Theft of Pleas- ure Pond Philadelphia, .July is I our wandering: to thy sad re- ;fruln which the hundreds- of at Laurel Springs, N. J., were today, When the cottagers retired last I fright Laurel a 'beautiful sheet Kof water, filled with pickerel, pike and r'bags, and about a-milo and a quarter Lions', reflected.in its silvery bosom 1bo of the stars When thej arose I .'in the.-morning'-the lake was gone. had vanished as completely as if earth had "opened and swallowed It The astonished cottagers rubbed in amazuient. They began no think "th-By-wero seeing things; ;til brought out" the fact that pomo' unidentified person had opened the "sluice.gates during the night and allowed the water to flow into Timber A practical jok-e it maj be out Borne forty husky .cottagers who have leased- their: placas for" the su-mmer would 'like to get" their hands on tho joker. 'EDITED BY OWIw, 1224 with a giia at Atlan- icliffe, Ont., .Rusaell Brady shpt and killed :Tils six-year-old (brother George. Jain en Gordon and family leave on Thursday on a visit to Vancouver, Waldo Minor, Campbell. Ami and Clarence Price left this for Banff and Calgary, .they- will spend their vacation. A meeting of the executive ol -the Young People's Guild will 'bo held in the vestry of Knox Church this oyou- Ing at 8 o'clock. On Wednesday at nine o'clock the Tratee Board of Wesly Church will meet. The Epworth League will meet to- night In Wesley Church art eight o' clock. A large number of strangers availed themselves of the weekly social even- ing in Wesley Church last night at the close of the "service. The Women's Missionary Society of Kb ox Churoh will meet on Friday at-2.30 instead of Thursday, owing the- excursion. St. -Mary's .Menfe Society are holding an ico -cream social and -dance in Unity .Hall on. Wednesday next, th-p 24th inst. It is hoped there will be a large attendance, as there.jis; a good programme of and an enjoy e tiue. is assured. .-.It will com- mence at 1 30 .p.m. The ladies of St. Mary's Guild will hold a jumble sale tomorrow after- noon at the Miners' Hall, commencing alt 1.30. Miss Evelyn.Buchanan, Lethbridge, is in 'the city, the gu-eat oC her Aliases tin. Bull S. Stanley and Lillian Masso Gale, late 'of.Kornlo t.nd Baynoa Lak and well known In the Kootenay married on July 3, at where they have taken up their res derice. Dr. and Mrs. Ira W. Howerth, forir erly of Valparaiso, 1ml., who hav been guetfts or Mr. and Mrs, 0. .1 Powers and Mr. J. R. Heebe dtirin the past, week, left on Saturday fo their now home, Berkley. :Cal.- D Howerth, formerly of Chicago Unlve sily, goes to Berkley to assume' hi new. duties as professor of educatlo in the University of California BERRILL At the residence O'" Robert Moody Staffordville, on July IS, Mis Joan Bernard Berdll was united 1 marriag-c to Mr. Oliver Graham Dunn The ceremony was performed -by .In Rev. P. J. Hunter, of BlaJrmore, sistfed by Rev. C. B. Mackinnon, the Fifth avenue Baptist Church, 4 MAY Grassy Lake Gazette A pretty ding took placd'on Wednesday morn ing a't the home of Mr. and Sirs. John Phipps, four miles-southeast of Grasaj Lake, when their youngest daughter Marble May, became the wife of Mr Edgar I. Johnson, a successful farmei of the neighborhood, son of-Mr. ant Mrs. C. R. R. Johnson, of Underwood Out. The ceremony was performet at 11.30 o'clock by the Rev. A, Gillies Wllkins, of the Church oE England in .the presence of the relatives ant most intimate friends of bride, and groom, who 'wero unattended. Mr. am Johnson will reside five' 'miles south of Grassy Lake CLARKE CO, Phone 453 The LAMES'STORE AcadiaBlk. Exceptional Saving Opportunities AT THIS "LAST CALL" "V SALE Final elsaflltlce cm all summer stocks throughout every department of the economical woman would do well to at tne earliest possible opportunity All general otdcke go back to regular prices but there are displayed on counters and tables some fifty odd special clearing 'of- immediate clearance, no matter what price they'brlnr Fine Voiles and Mulls___35c. WORTH UP TO SBc Stripes, floral and scroll .designs In a lovely range of dainty colorings. Dimity and Foulards ___ 25c. -WORTH UP TO 4Sc Very pretty, for chlldrenn wear or ladles' street dresses; all to wash. Bajalfand Foulard Silks, 65e. REGULAR 11.00 VALUES 4 splendid collection lu frum in plain colors, In fancy designs, 27 to 36 "Inches wide. Bordered Ginghams 22i4c. REGULAR 35c VALUES Among the newest of the season's wash fabrics, shown Ir. neat checks with border. Big Bargains in Remnants Scores of useful ends of dress goods and silksi prints :and ginghams, cottons and sheetings, flannels and flannelettes "and many other left-overs from the- season's .selling. All marked at exceptionally low prices for Immediate clearance. A big pile displayed on the front counter where you can look -through them at your leisure Waist Sale 95c REGULAR W VALUES A ipeeiaUy purchased line to- gether with 'vai-ious collections from our regular stock, com- prising something like ten doz- en, tailored "and lingerie sljlee all going at the one price Hosiery Sale 25c WORTH UP TO We Cottons and lisles in vartoua QUBlities, .worth up to 60c pair. Plain lace ankles and embroidered, blacks and all col- ors. Every pair worth double the sale price THREE HUNDRED VISIT THE FARM EXCl''3IONIST8 FROM EASTERN POYNTS'SPEND1 DAY AT. THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM We burn th'aVkllid of stiiff down our JAS. FISK BUYS OKOTOKS MIL! LOCAL MAN BECOMES INTEREST EP IN THE FLOUR MILLING BUSINESS straw, than ut home. That alfalfa is all right isn't it.' 'Oh .that font so much, 1 can beat Lhat myself." Tlioy certainly have some fine look- ing winter wheat.' 'I am Bind we don't have to irrigate our land.' These and sundry other comments coulcTbe heard by.following groups of excursion IB is ut the experimental farm .oday. They were not a bunch'of just fanners .sizing up' as hey saw them. "Arid that Is what experimental farms are to stir up tho spirit of emulation and riendly rivalry. There were fully three hundred same in on an excursion from .Medicine Hat and intervening points today, the irst of ;v serie-s -jeing run' under the auspices of-the provincial department jf agriculture. They were largo rep- esentations from Bow Island, Grassy and Whrnifred, while every eta- Jon 'from the Hat in, contributed a iiiota. They didn't all stay at tho arm, quite a number came into the ity, taking advantage -of- the chea ates. There was also an excursion from iardston, but it was not largely pa oni7ed On'arHval at-lfi'e Tarm'shor after noon, the visitors were escor d to, a dining room arranged for tii urpose and where-Mr.'-Frank KHIie nd staff of young ladies catered to th nner man in a very satisfactory man r. vw After the dinner all lined up fo he camera man and then loaded on t igs to drive around .the farm and se rhat was growing 'Supt. Falrfield gave every "man earty. welcome and his staff were a command of "'the visitors. Tlier ,no speech .making. -It was ase or see for yourselves and as! 11 the questions you like. Questions galore were'fired at Mr airfieia and all were i'answered as. Fisk, who for the past fou that fiVc Iias liVltIS i" Leth iat eveij ono understood The depth plowing the of seeding th acking the differentePbetween irr: ated and non irrigated lands A hole course in agriculture, packed two hours trip around the farm nd it was "Dveryono as pleased and the trip mil much ti opularize excursions to the rirm Archie Mitchell, of Coaldale, was here and his knowledge was added to sum total. Mr. Lewis of the agricultural lie artrnent accompanied the excursion oic the Hat and left in the after opn for Calgary to accompany an ex rsion.tomorrow from all points along e. Macleod branch. Hon. Duncan Marshall was expected are today but was detained at Ed bnton by urgent. official business, Great Savings in Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Anj Haf throughout our entire fjtock, including and values on sale for a final clearance one brand new this and correct In every detail The idea Is absolute clearance In the shortest possible tlrte. and the pries Is certainly low enough to warrant the disappearance of every one on sale Make selections of a. kind BIG SAVINGS On AH Hummer Dresses 16.50 Dresses now f8.00 Dresses now J10.00 Druses now Dresses now now Dresses now Dretses now M.35 (17.50 LAST CALL On AH Suits and Coats Coats, now Cnttt, now Coats now Suits now Suit's. Suits now Suits now 114.75 MPROYE SERVICE ON C.P.R. LOCALS S A RESULT OF THE AGITATION OF THE LETHBRIPGE BOARD OF TRADE At last Lethbridge gets a train ser ce which is in keeping with the vol- ie 6E traffic done out of this station, least there is a big improvement, d it may now be other provements will follow "within a ort. time. Tne improvement reler- J to is the addition a combined and chair csr to the afternoon alns both and west. The im oved nervice was inaugurated today, e extra car is set Crahbrook d Medicine .Hat where-the trains e made up and will run each way every day. The inauguration of the new service is tile result of a recent complaint the Board of Trade that Lethbridge was not receiving the train.service to which.it was entitled. ;The Board of Trade claimed that. ..the afternoo7i trains should carry dining-'aiid chair night trains should carry a special .Lethbridge sleeper to be sot on at Lethbridge every for the purpose- of accommodating those going north on night trallis.. The lat- ter cai the company seem fit to grant although the necessity is plain to anyone who comes into, or leave's Lethbridge during night. However the action of the company in adding the special combination cars to th? afternoon trains warmly appreciated bj the travelling public of Lethbridge, as it will guarantee a measure ot comfoit which the Crow trains have 'not heretofore boasted of. JUDGE HANFORD RESIGNS Seattle. July States Dis- trict Judge Cornelius II. Hanford, whose coduct on the bench has been under im estlgatlon for nearly a monlh, hj a subcommittee of the House Jurl- iciarj Committee, telegraphed his re- ngnation today to President Taft. Tlinford gives ill health is the reason for bis resignation. NEW MEMBERS OF TRADE COMMISSION London, July Robert Sin- clair succeeds Sir Joseph Ward op the Imperial Trade Commission, and Sir Richard Solomon represents South Africa, In flace of Dr. Graaf tnd Sir U. Pieter. bridge, aiid who lias been very sue ccwful In his real curate speculation here ami in Vancouver during tha Lime, lias identified himself with th milling interests ot the provina through the purchase of the. (lour mi) at Fisk has just n turned Iroiri the north, where li su.cnt. soine time completing the deal The Okotoks mill was liuilt by th farmers in that district some five six.ycars ago, but...owing ,to niisman ageuient Lfie venlure was never success. The result was that the com pony-went into the. hands oT a ceiver and the property sold to Mr Kisk, who the highest bidder for less than half what It i worth.'' Mr. Fisk formerly ranched in thi Tongue Creek district, near .Okotoks and is well known .to the farmer with whom he will have to deal 1 his intention to. take over the ac live manaBcnienlvoi. the mill- himsel for a time at lertst, and. he has er gaged Mr. Podgcr, one of Ellison1 head millers to look after the prac tical the business. P rivy Counci Hearing il front otherwise legally binding between (a) Persons both1 Roman Catholics, (b) Persons, craes of :whom is a'Roman Catholic." The thiri! question was "If A or B is answeredLamcniatlvely by has the Canadian parliament the authority to enact that existing or hereafter marriages are legal. Counsel said that the Supreme Couit of Canada was the opinion UiatUhe proposed legis- lation wusr legal Lord Shaw.said it occurred in.that there_ was .overlapping in these ques- :ions.' The retrospective part of the bill might be good, as pnct of the scheme to remedy 'conflicting legis a'iio-n by the Dorainibu parliament arid provincial legislature by confirming past marriages. The .prospective part, as lar as it was possible to make it effective, was a prohibition of the religious test and was very questionable as leaving in doubt the civil status 'Of auch persons. Argument Mr "The all important point is that legislation touching the actual marriage contract ,IB such is within the exclusive power of. the Dominion parliament, we'contend the ralidity of a contract of marriage can- not be affected by any provincial leg- elation which can only deal with the actual form of solemnization of m That tic ii if society Stock Taking All this week our time, will be fully occupied taking stock. This means that every box, drawer and parcel must be thoroughly gone through, and all oddments, remnants, etc., will be thrown out and cleared'regardless of cost. Keep your eye on this corner for full announcements. To- morrow's Herald w.ill be especially interesting, with full particulars of specials for Wednesday morning A Snap For Men in Summer Underwear -Men's fine quality, two-thread Egyptian Balbrlggan? Underwear, very smooth finish, npii irrltarit; garments fully shaped; will not shrink. SIzea to Regular.value per suit; Special few days only, per suit .Slnijle Garment 75c. 40c. Hudson's Bay Co. hey had agreed to, live together as usband and wtisfactonlj ley were married' in the. eyes of law. They were no inore mar- ed because the state in, -which ,thy appened to live said they go irongh on or half a dozen legal forms i obtain of the State. Halsbury intimated that." he lought the word d upon the contest m'which it was sect. A and B tmight agree to get airied and go thiough a form of mar age and yet not be man, and ife. Mr. Nesbut thought what Lord alsbury had said was unquestionably ue.of divbrces, but there the contracting of and solution of the marriage tie A an was married or not, there was nn alf way status Yet In divorce par es might merely separate or be div ce.l outright, when they could mairj be absolutely free. Lord ury did not agree. Alarriage, It waa Lie, might take place at a 'private iuse but there must be solemnization aome form Nesbitt submitted that e proper limit of division between e jurisdiction of the Dominion and the "very' basTs the proviuce'waB that all questions re fating to the contract of marriage it On the third rjuestion Mr. Nesbitt outinued, majority of Canart- an Supreme Cuurt judges were of tho ipinion ihat the Canadian parliament md no power to enact such remedial egialatjon. His point was thnt once wo persons agreed to :live ae man nd wife, .there WM marriage., Con Id ny one sty that such a marriage ?ould be recognized only if 'certain qrmillties were .complied with.-For- .llties might vary and did vary. tVhat they were had nothing to do 'ith binding-the'contract. In the ase of parties in England from Sax- n days onward; some ceremonial had Iways attached to marriage and mar- age was still lolemnized in Eng- and, although it meant nothing mn that a contract had been enter- nto by A and B.to live together, eyond this ceremony the only ad- itlonal evidence, required was that self auch us the capacity of the parties, the circumstadcte upon ity depended and so forth, were within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Dom- inion the Provincial power extended only to the regulation of the solemnization or religious for- malities by which the contract was to be authenticated or Ac .this point the court adjourned. IMPROVING IRRIGATION: DITCH Raymond, July MacClean, of C. P. R.'Irrigation work in this south country, was a Ray- mond visitor last proceed- ing to Magrath the same day, by auto. Mr. MacClean Is a.very busy as he has undor his jurisdiction the whole southern portion of the canal, from the headgates. The C. P. R. are..doing sqme.ex'ten- -----THE------ BROWN BETTY TEA ROOMS OPEN V Busineai Men's Lunch Jft Afternoon" Tei Ice At the Sign'of the Teapot' Cor. 3rd and Fifth aive Improvements in the and e Mr com- pany will -put the canaVln fint-clui condition, and better ithan'it has ever been before. A large gang of men and teams are at present working in_ the vicinity of Magrath, where they are making the ditch wider, and add- ing Improvements wherever they wo thought needed. It is evident that the C. P. R, has great thing's in inind for Southern Al- berta, and their "Work on. the is one Indication of this. For Sale A perfect half section south half sec. 32-5-15 west meridian War- ner. Price spot cash per this only E. T, Nichols Alexandra Hotel "A BREAD Good To The Last Crumb All Good Grocers Sell it or Phone 1027 MADE BY Tnhn Office and Bakery jonn ijiimore Ave. A., N. Phone 378 ;