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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914 THE PAGE NINE The Last Three Hours Of The Rummage Sale Will SPQ %tjtods' Busy Store oiaipmetl to the docus Extia salespeople have been? provided for. The bargain list, only ft_ pait which is heie, give you some idea.qf how we intend to close this, oui best and biggest sale. The sale ends to-night: Be here sure LAST IME 'or 3oot Hosiery, 65c for LAST TIME for tidies' Fine rig LAST TIME for Children's Print Dresses, up to f1 SO for LAST TIME for Linen Torchon Laces up to 20c For WV Waists that sold up to H 60, LAST TIME LAST TIME tonight, 10 Hair Nets for Hose, black and 4 Qp Silks up to for to- l, up to 50c night only, yard Child1 colors, up ti Silks and Wash Goods 4 C- up to 75e for Long Silk GloVes for to- OQn night only .......OWU Will buy dresses worth up to 00 A final clearing price on 10 or 15 new dresses A Real Rummage Sale Special Men's Socks, samples f4 Men't White and Excelda worth up to BOe, 6 pairs Kerchlefi....... President and other Good Suspenders 40c Menf Shirts, we the CCn windows DC .OO for Ex'ra Quality Tweed and Worsted Suits, sold at S15 and Special for Saturday Night only 10 only Blue Crochet 25 20 Large white 15 Quilts, reg Flannelette B'nnkets T' 5 dozen only, ready to 4 C_ use Pillow Cases Sheets 64x90 English Cottoh.....I UC Over Hundred Other Big Bargains Ticketed Especially For To-night COUPONS with eveiy sale, of meichandise giTen away abso- lutely Free. Winning numbers in Monday's Heiakl Get your coupons tonight, you may stiike it lucky v Rylands Co. Cortdticting a Real Cut-Price Sale MILADI Bdittd by "INQ" O Phones Res.1115 ffice 1224 HE Oh, will yon walK a-mile with me? The wind is from the west; The lark Is singing njerrily, A song is. in my breast; The day is fair, the sky is blue, And sweetly liature calls I lons to wrt'ik a mile with >ou Beyond the city's walls. DHE Excuse me, kind sir, if you please, And think me not unfair; I have a chance to loll at ease And breaUie the country air; I lately have, received a call From one whose car is new, An'd 1 possess no wish at all To 'walk a mile with you. B. Riser. The Misses May and Bessie Baer, ol Cowley, are visiting Mrs. Hufi. Miss Alice Cameron, Miss Jessie Belcher and Miss Helen Mewburu of Calgary, returned to Gull lake yes terday from Edmonton, where they attended the Roy'ds-Pace wedding. C. S.Nohle Once More Proves it Can be 'Did' CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAOL to creats 'a mulch when the land is plowed. .After the plow he uses a packer, and after that the Acme hai row. This Jeavea the in just the 'right shape, "and assassinates all the 'weeds. The soil is not so fine that it will blow easily, yet the lumps are fine enough to permit of the easy translocation of the soil moisture, frdm below. .IF the land happens to worked down too fine so that it drifts. 'Mr. Noble makes the lumps larger. He waits until the first rain, and gets busy when thq last drops are fulling. A.harrow over the moist soil cuts it un Into the right sized chunks Clean Seed Then comes the seed. This is Mr. Noble's 'touchy "-He: would uo1 more think sowing poor seed than lie would of turning his, cows into the corn. Pure the cardinal pointy in Mr. Noble's schedule.. He rises about 4G--Tto'--BO pounds to- the acre, and has-.some-nice plots vVhere only- 37 pounds 'were used. But it never gets near the ground until it Is thoroughly sifted out. He fans his grain In a mill, three tlmos, in order to get rid of the light kernels Thui he gives It'a'bath; The lighter ker- nels remain of'the water, and are discarded. Ho his oat seed intora brine solution. The, wheat and barley korneis go to the bottom, and the oats float, and by this-time they are oats in 'every sense of the Word. There Is not a weed seed or periments for himself, !a order that he may find what is needed and nliat is best4 On one plot he has series of bedj3 sown with varying amounts qf seed 'tcr-th'e on an- other he has nothing hut hand pick- ed seed, of every cereal crop, and; many different varieties. He is in a' position at the end of the season to" Iciiow Just 'what variety to use and how much to tow to the acre Along side one of his fields Mr. Noblo has what he calls a plot pf ground, sown to wheat, a bushel to the acre, "the old way." The land was broken very s1 in 1910) and it hag never re- ceived the same care and cultivation. There is hardly five bushels to the acre'on this-strip, 'while there is .35 bushels on the piece nest door which was sown at "the rate of only 34 Ibs to the acre. Kind In addition to the csmmon cereals gro'wn in the south, .Mr. Noble has as fine a field of corn as ever grew in Iowa. also has some gqod dry land aflafla. He hasn't much .stock to feed it but he.'iiUends to get Fnto the misefl fanning game He .thinks it'is much fiarder la .do-this than, the average layman believes as It entaiia a system of soiling, instead of a pasture proposition. the sights -in- the llns of'live stock oh the the future power One of the chief ai ns on this' ranch' ia the 'elimination of the gasoline and the steam engine for work on the land, and to this end Mr. Noble has bred mule colts! He -has somewhere in tht) neighborhood of 50 head, and this year's' crep numbers 23 head of the finest looking minia- ture Mauds that eye? sniffsd the Al- foreign cereal..seed in the lot, andlterto. atmosphere. Mr. when it goes into the ground, Mr, ing ,his two ore ........--'giving entire satlsfacfioh. A Noble knq'wsjthat he will get prac-' tically 100 per. cent, germination. It eosts him extra to do this, hut doesn't it In order to get1 the very best resulti Mr. NoWe hand picks a largg of jseed, and this year he "jjas'lPQ acres sown .tad picket seed, Next year every kernel that gets as far as the soil en this farm will bo the progeny of hand picked, thoroughly cleaned, re- Clstered seed. Experiment! Among the interesting sights on this iip.to.dnte farm are the oxpori- fnentftl He. NMkto always. ex-, ig entire satlsfaci. There Is truly stfjnetlijng in store for tlie man when the Board ot'Trade 'take their annual Jaunt to farm. Their faith Southern Al- berta as a dry fanning country 'will be converted into a ffted land per- manent quantity, whjlb their ciip of optimism will, certainly flood out-the laaj, veptlgo pf pessimism, Poor crops In Southern he the rule, hut good crops' lire' tlio proves.: "It can fa'Ydii.' Cutting will co'Dijieiice-iit Npblcford In two and. vjho chose licr stage name from, the' Royal Victorian college in Montreal, is said to be as patriotic and loyal as ever and willing to as- sume the-musical direction of a Can- adian opera company The garden tote to he held in the beautiful grounds of Mr i> Burns, who lias so kjndly lent them for this occasion, iii aid of the Victorian Or- der of Nlirses, promises to be a huge success. Great preparations are being made by those in clnrgc of the which will havo refreshments, fancy articles lapinese and Chinese curios, orange trees, fish ponds, and everything for sale- that the most fastidious, could wish for. Many strangers from High River, Lcthbridge, and Cdmcaton have ar- ranged tp attend tlie garden party their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of Connaught and Princess Patricia have so kintlls consented to patrpnize Herald Queen Alexandra has a wonderful collection of one of the most of which.' is that lately given to her by the German empress. Mrs Helen McKay, Grassy Lake 0[ cxqulsltc iace !t once belonged to is spending a week with Mrs R C Miirje Antoinette. Among the queen McClurc. mother's possessions are painted jand- scape and figure.fans, these'usually a Miss Ruth Galbraith is spending a la vVatteau carried out in soft lovely week in Calgarj, the guest of Mrs and adorned with pearls, dia- r H Mewburn I mo.nds qorals, and turquoises the I clear golden tortoisesl ell sticks Mr Russell Murdock, civil engineer [dlotltes with her majcstj and she 01 R..cr, guest pf v oulav stick- with and Mrs R C McOlure Jalie turquoise pink topazes and s clouded crystals HOT beiutuul col- Mr Leventt fie Veber of the Bank the queen kogps in electrio- of Montreal at Nelson is spending his ilghted glass cabinets in a room at vacation with his parents Senator and "Mrs. L. G. De Veber. Miss Vera Redmond has returned to Marlborough House The following 'invitations have been the dinner at Government the city after a three weeks' holulaj i house on Monday next in honor of with friends on a ranch near Stir i their nnal highnesses the Iiuke and ling I Duchess of Connaught Archbishop i Legal, Bishop tray, Senator the Mr and Mrs, Charles McClenaghan i tlon I V and Mrs Lougheed, Cal- and Hairison motored to Cards ton ytbteroay for the day The engagement is announced in London, of Marjory, third daughter of Mr C 0 Chlpman and ttie late Hon Frank Oiucr and Mrs. Siftor, Hon C R Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell, Hon C W Cross and Mrs: Cross, Hon Charles1 Stewart and Mrs Stewart Hon DJ R Bovle and Mrs BoUe Hon Wilfrid Gari-py and Mrs Chipman, to Mr Ambrose Tom jjme Ganepi lion A J McLean, Imson The marriage w take place i Col E V OrUiksflank and Mrs very quietly in St Stephen's church, Westminster Miss Chipman is well known m Canada for her riding and driving at the horse si ows, where she has taken many prizes The Big Brothers' class of church were hosts at a picnic at Hen derson Lake last evening Some twentv five couples spent an enjoj able time in boating and games. The features of the affair were the excel- lent lunch served by the boys and the camp fire in the evening. Calgary friends have heard with sadness of the death of Mrs. Deane, wife of Captain Ueane, R.N.W.M.P. and to her husband and- family all hearts go out in love am} sincert svmpat'iy for the loss, of one whom w L leel did not need to die to reacji the Master's feet, The funual service held this morning at St ilarj's cathedral, and a solemn requiem mass was sung.by the Rev. Father McDonald, D'.'D. A was present, which sang "Ncirer My God to Ihee by spc cial Herald. Mrs. (Dr.) JlcClure has returned from Gieicheii, where she- was the. guest of Mrs Frank Wallace Suemetinell her mothei, Mrs Stewart, and sis Cruikshank, Calgary, His Worship Jujor McAamara, plarke Dennis C-ptam A C tTillesple Ciubs and Societies BARGAINS THAT WARRANT EARLY SHOPPING TO-NIGHT July Clearance AFTEJR SUPPER SALE July Clearance SPECIALS THAT POINT THE WAY TO THE RIGHT STORE IN WHICH TO DO TONIGHT'S SHOPPING. 75c Just 12 pairs of Boys' tan Oxfords, regular values. Sizes 1 to on sfUe while they last VV A A Men's 1'yjama Suits in blue and tan shades. Light QA weight, all sizes in a midsummer olearance in Ladies' fine Crepe Kimonas in Mauve, Pink, Sky, _ 19 Navy, and Scarlet, Empire effect, piped with black 19 and white QA Japanese Mats, size 36 x 63 In., Oriental and Con- vcntioual designs in all colors. Regular 65c. OC A table at 5c; Wiite Clips and Saucers, Egg cups, Glasses. All clearing tonight at 20cdoz. Pclicious rj' Assortment l Chocolates Lemons Those women desiring the very latest in Parasplsi wili find this a notable opportunity Fancy parasols, usual values 75c and 85c: Haml- some styleg. All in a, hurry out sale tonight at These dark sat- een -iyith Roman striped" borders, very dainty. Val- ues.up to clearing tonight Plain colored Sa- teen priced all t lie way up to Just 10 in this lot Pure Silk Para- sols, values up to are on said at one price to- Canopy tens with brass frames and best inoiiiits, .fal- ues'up'tb'JMO In. light and .dark A rlowcr Service will he held St Marv 's church tomorrow after- noon, instead of the'regular Sunday school. t At Westminster church "tomorrow the choir will sing the anthem 'I will extol Mr. -Stott and Mr. Owen will -.sing .-the duet, Watchman, what of the night The W- C. T. U. home made cook- ing booth at the market yesterday was' in charge of Mrs. Roy, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. Kaakc, Mrs. Kings- ton ami Mrs. Needs. was spirt out carlj jml much have been solii if the ladies had'had mote of their cooking Westminster Sundaj schoo) m'Cr niched yesterday afternoon near the old Country club grounds and a right mcrr} tune -KIS sient fihe officers Mormon Pioneers Honored Yesterday CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAQB Btruction. This was prepared by Ar- ;hitect Pope of the temple, who is in the town supervising the actual building. the wor-k on The procession brought up at tlie town square where, in front of the grandstand an hour's program of speeches and song was carried put. The speakers of the day "vyere Ghas. Okev, 2. W- Jacobs and J. Y. Card, celebration yesterday in honor, of the I spice. Raymond horses ivon most 61 pioneers of '47, and from the mass the events; although Fred Karren 61 meeting in the morning until mid-1 Magrith, off the .iooney .in sight 'there was something doing all the time. It is generally, conceded best day Raymond has 'ever had. In the morning a mass meeting of all the people w'as held in the meet- ing house when a patriotic and stir- ring address .was delivered by D. H. Elton, police magistrate of Leth- bridge" and one of the best 'orators in harness races. The..old time one hues, Magrath atid Raymond, met on ithe diamond, and Raymond rsvenge'for ail defeats7" by 'tak- ing the long end'ol an 11-8 score.' AT TYRELL'S New jltily A thousand people gathered at Tyr- eil's yesterday to celebrate Pioneer gouthern. Alberta. In his ONTO jniraH p'ay. During the morning a program table style, Mr. Elton carried his au-l Of addresses feature. dience with hipr as he depicted tic Ostlund, of Lethbtidge, was H. the and teachers argjgraleful to Mr. Bon- er moe, tejb, Mrs Maclepd, and Miss ]3thel Stewart, at .Medicine Hat on their way here from tlie east Mrs. -Stewart, Mrs. Maplcod .and Miss Stewart will reside here in fu- ture, the latter having secured a ppr siiion on the Lcthbridge teaching staff. A laughably unique shower was tenderer' Ixina Tripp and Mr M. .S. McArthur at the home of the former last evening by a number' of the joung people Iho affau i complete surprise to the parties piost concerned, and they received their first intimation of the event, when some twenty-three guests drove up in motors. Games oh the lawn and later all repaired .to the .houso, where the bride and groom elect opened the miscellaneous gifts, all of which were .so perfectly funny that nierriment i'dgncd supremo, when each seen. A Uaintv menu, whs after and dancing were in or- der. present included Mr. and Mrs. lioy Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. J, R. F. Kinney, the Misses Downer, Bogin King, A. Bawdeu, Haiirahan, M. Hanrnhan; Hickey, Barass'in Messrs, Rice, Parks, Rose, Oliver, Shannon, Wo- Crendy, Downer, Bawdcn, Dr. Allen and Dr. Mason. tt Madame Donalda' has returned to home in Montreal fresh trom the triumphs of a most .successful engage- ment at the Coliseum in London. Pauline Lig-htstone, the little Mont- real girl who went abroad 'years ago to study singing, who remained to at UN Covert in LOB- who supplied wagonettes the children the picnic grounds Game- and sports of all kinds were enjojed bj the latge.num- bcr and later a sumptuous supper w is disposed of readily by the happy youngsters, Servia Likely to Yield CONTINUED FP.OM. FRONT PAGE. by Austria Hungary and tbat Russia cqiild not lemaln indifferent tp the dispute It ipfarred.frpm this communication th it the localiza- tion of a possible would be pre- vented by.- Russia. Press i eports as to the attitude" of the Servian govprnment are cpntra- dict'qry. They state that Servian pf- tlfeff. regard the conditions laid down by Austria as dishonorable, but- that the tietter "class of Servians 'appear affa% and think that Servia. could not'Stand a third war In so'iliort a time: is assured in knives, f orlcs, spoons and serf iog pieces if they are This brand, known aa Silver Tlali Ijial Warn" t In beautiful I k in the heaviest: plate. Itl iaa been renowned j for over 60 yean. efiprts of the early Mormon pioneers speaker of the day, Okev, 2- W. Jacoh.s and J. Y. Card, tp carve out for themselves a homo: perils of the early pioneers had all of whom dwelt on the bravery and where they might find peace from the; founded the state of Utah bficlt -in, devotion pi the early pioneers Whs. persecutions -which had been, their, 's'. Leffmgwell, M.P.P., was had braved so many 'hardships in or- i lot in the days befpre the trek: tp j .present Irflin Warner, and spolti der that their people might find a Deserct. He told of the success which I briefly on the "pioneering of Soiithern place they might worship ao cording to their faiUl. Martin Wpolf, M.L.A., also spoke briefly, reading gl some historical passages from works of the church. At 2.30 again crowd assembled (or a fine program of sports in which this oontipent. A t the morning session, Mrs. Dl- Diamond City! and a forme! r a t baseball game between the mar- Raymond girl, charmed all with a ried and single men ieaturcd, the former winning by a wide margin. In evening a dance brought the day s en- celebration to a close. AT MAGRATH Magrath, July as has often been the case in past, nevertheless the populace joys! the day to the full. '.An extra effort was made tp give the children a good tinie, and in this the older members of the community supcceded. In the morning the usual general assembly meeting was held at which John H. Bridge delivered the day's oration extolling the pioneers who had made it possible for the Mormon people of today to enjoy the prosper- ity and frcMlnin which characterizes them both i'n Canada and the United States. Everybody 'in town attended this meeting which is considered one of the most important in the. whole year. In the afternoon Mercer's Grove was the scene of action and here the children were made happy. A splen- did -program of games races was run off, and in addition there was a treat which the kiddies will remem- ber for many a long day, Later in afternoon a children's'dance was held in the opera house. The day con- cluded with, a big dance in the assem- bly hall, During the day, which was a civic holiday, the Presbyterian church held its annual picnic at the St. Mary's River, about .150 attending. AT RAYMOND Raymond, July Raymond undertook pretentious number of well rendered solos. A good program 'was also provided by Various church organizations. That the afternoon sports were at- tractive was prpyed hy the fact that fthe crowded grandstand remained crowded until the jast act. Raymond letic sports were all hotly contested, while horse races and a baseball game added the necessary touch of n-. .held the .attention of the crowd. A combination of New Dayton- :anii Stirling players vanquished, anil' Tyrcll's Lak.e. baseball team's. There'wa.s' a fine program i0i athletic events and some exciting horse races. Sam .Npbie's Ayon' the free Ear Petersen the saddle horse 'race, N. gteed pony Nejs Eliason, the re- lay. Stirling and "New Dayton. --Ttpt the foot rejay race, A big dance in the evening Tfpund Up a of spprt and that w'ill fang be remembered among the people of this district. Half the Rubbing taken out of Scrubbing Old Dutch Cleanser ;