Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 17

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta July 20, 10.1.1. THE LETHBIUDflK DAILY HERALD Page t EDITED "INO" Phone 1224. Re 774. Virtue, how frail it Friendship, how rare. Shcllty. 15. M'. Mitford js sending thr week- end at Coaldale. N'ejlic Korman, of .Stratford, Ont., 'is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Win, J Hiram. 123S Uufferin Si. i'Inli (lance. Miss llardie will go to torlay to visit fur two weeks, j Miss Margaret Krascr leaves next wre'rt. a jmTty uf MaRrath (ricnrtsj [of' the Kooteitay hakes, wliiM'e they will visit for some weeks, i Mrs. Austin, 13th St., S., 'will'en- tertain at the lea hour on 'I'liesday, In aiil of Wesley I.iidles Aid Society. The lurtlcs hope that as many 'as possibly attend the lea. us I hey arc .iniciiAls to make tiic aflait successful .in fv'ery .way.. Their excellencies, the Goveruor- Grnnral anil C.'nunloss flrey, l.ariy Syhi: and Udy Kvelyn (irey, and {Captain Mingham, A.D.C., arc spcnii- [wf a month at .1. .1. Mill's fishing on 'he st- Jon" K'm'> The object of this bureau will he to ,The thanks of the (Juilri arc duo all provide housekeepers with efficient help and at the saiiK time to regu- late thr working hours am! Hie et> foi I! lube. those who donated so neneroiisly. The (iiiild also to thank Mrs. A. Cunningham for tlw gift of vases, Calgary aker, .children and maid been pending the suninier at their cottage at Hanlt, will go to l.clli- 'leu liridge tomorrow to visit friends for a few days. On her return Mr. andjsi.n- of wliieh the society was much in need Kreil Whit-j The girls who, chaperoned by Mrs. who have K'. K. I1. Conyhrarc. assisted yester- day afternoon, the Misses Haw- firey. Conyhcarc, .Simper h'clistorm, Hatch and Darns- Mrs. Whitaker will leave children and Lcthhrtdgc. (o the old country, the jnaid will remain in The first international convention Mr. Van Allen, of the office Siafi of the V.M.C.A., returned yesterday Ilioni f.'arup Sentinel, where he spent Mr anil Mrs S, 1 Fleming and couple ot weeks. Mirleoil uilj spend (lie week-end Mr. anil Mrs. AJvin. rtipley left this known women educationalists in Ca'n- ninriii'njr for Banff.' Air- will promiiieii't figure in large 'return in 'a lew days, while Mrs. j educational conventions in the Unil- Mrs. Knii'lstoii and Mrs. Prince, two o! HID patronesses of the Don't Worry Lluli will hold a dance in Hie. fanv women ever held, is to meet hall on Monday evening, f in Colorado Springs, Col., next. Oc- tober The object of Ihe convention is the of farm life for .women.'. Kettcr IIOIWH, sanitation, K. o! P 31st. All members will be cor- 'tllally welcomcil ami will each, have Ihe privilege of bringing a friend. it I-1 iMiss .lean K. Laidlaw, of London, j Out., formerly supervisor of Ontario i kindergartens and one- of the best ind Miss (avimli, of ljeicr- 0016 are Mailing Mrs Ueei, iihocate Miss .Nanny Cot son left ifcis after- an "extended visit with friends in Macleod. and-.Airs.- Rrv Virtue and fam- ily art. spending the remainder of the su'rr.mer in Vancouver. .Ormonde Freeman, who has. been ab sent from the foi i couple of is veiling IMS irents, iV.r. anil Mrs. M. Freeman. Hi' B.-MamiKcll, of the .-Bank pC Commerce returned yesterday Tron i (in at the coast cities. Miss .Ruth' Jlitchclf leaves tonior- for Moosr In ;i couple of uerks uillj hei si ter, Mr.s. Ale'vatnlor. Riplpy will he weeks. Slates, is visiting in the city for a few .Daily Province: Miss Marjoric MacMnrchy, jire-sident j of Canadian Wonreri's Club, sailed Mrs. W. W. Mctircgor, KiRbtcenth from 1-oiVflon for Cjumda, last 'Kri- avenue eight riiem- rlay, by the I'Juiprnss of Britain. ss O'Corror, of Lcthbridge, spending a few days with her broth- Miss of cr, tl. News- McGregor, of hers of the Axo club pleasantly ycs- Icnfay afternoon. She was assisted at tin: tea hour by her house guest, Ihiniilton, and Miss News-Telegram. The Epworth League of Wesley I'clcKram. Air. and Mrs. T. Reid, of Toronto, arrived in "the city yesterday to spend church will meet--on Monday evening, IPiv weeks with their son, A. Reid, superintendent, of the city elcctriu ight department. givn a paper ,011 this subject. Special i music consisting of piano solos, a Mrs. Ncil'aichachlan left, yesterday Itulius' (imirlette and a r Calgary, wlnsre she will visit for-will he furnished. The League is everal weeks with her daughter, Miss looking for a good attendance, rrin; Mcl.achlan, of the News-Tele- under the- department of Christian Mr. Roy Cascaden will' The German kaiser presents the in- toiestinjt spectacle, happily not un- iijue, of a monarch in lov'c with his witu. The kaistM-in is a beautiful wo- man, about. 53 years of aj-e1, She he- lungs to the princely house of wig.Holstein-.Somlcrburg AuguKten- bui'g. The Kaicer, then -prince Wil- liaui, fell in love with her at first appears In he as much al- nigher I'lanHards of living, the busi- lacbrd to her as ever. The kaiserin grnirf. hear that New York stiff raic Is I esiH, that, the picnic, which was Iu Mi M Ritchie is expected hon-Cjhavc hcen given by the Lady Wit-ca- Mondav, July 31st; has been j postponed until some future dale, no- tice of which will' tie given later. on Mondtn morning from cities pic of uccljs J J> (the ,const forla U for I fnihoig slopped in lhe c'ily brief visit' 'yesterday while, on lu-i tn his home in I Gicit V ills inbunc MisS lonthe Bardie- left- foi High Rnri (o attend ness management of farm homes, and the general imi'rovement of rural con- ditions for women will lie discussed. (Jlofcc. A garden tea and ice-cream social will be given by the ladies of church, at .Mrs, K. HlginhpUiam's, HedpaUi St., Thursday, August. 3rd, from four to Hoi'..e-nmde cooking and cuiifly wifl be on sale. The affair will be in aid of home and foreign missions, and, with so worthy an view, the Indies should be ro war tied by a liberal patronage at their 'tea. A of the Flower Guild was lield -'last evening' at the residence of p.. Conybearc, when were' arranged with regard to the lawn.-festival to be held at ;Ri.rur- ''on August fl. The Guild is plannitig various amusements such ds beau contest, for- tune telling, etc. There, will also lie rare tact, and is sincerely sympathetic with the unfortunate and suffering, and .undoubtedly exerts a most beneficent influence on her jcry able but headstrong Mann in Columbian.' it'iioccnt amusement in itself, may, II prouerly cundiictrd, furhish girls, whose work is hard and monotonous, a means of diversion. The results of the experiment, which will be await- ed wllli Interest, will determine whe- ther or not-their" view is.correct: In their work of'social reform these women found that .perhaps est menace to girls, in'almost all cities, is Ihc public dance hall. Tin! environment and cqmpniiy. with which they conns in in these places, is usually evil. Naturally the mure winsome and beautiful the girl, the greater is her1 danger. The dull Jirst agitated to have nany of these places closed and tried, t't influence as many young women as they could, to stay away from oth- ers. Not being very successful in these attempts, tin; eluh decided upon this nsw course, which they hope solvr, the difficulties, against tliev labor. will which The girl scouts will soon be as the hov scouts. Miss Lane's girl scout organization, will national headquarters in DCS Sloincs, iu., appears to he the lead, although the idea originated in various parts of Slates, at- practically the same time. Manv well known women, including the.wives of Senator Cummins and CJov. belong to the council of the club at DCS Mollies. Troops ire being organized iii Iowa, Wiscon- in, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Dakota, Washington, Cali- fornia, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Penn- sylvania, Tennessee, Mississippi, New Mexico and Missouri. It is expect- ed ihal a hand book for scout mas- splenclil music and I to the number of several 1 nm asked to remind those inter-] will commence on August a fast, to 0111: week. During that time, they will abstain from bon- bons, icc-cri-ani, sodas, theatres and everything cisc which is not sity in life. The money saved in this way, will be given to the cause of Miss Holmes, of the Nursing- Mis-I "Votes for Women." viricd. The Guild dors a very rom- inenjiahlc work, weekly, in connec- tion 'with the Gull Hospital, anil the njcrnberfi are desirous of a liberal patronage at this, their first garden shments '.TO-j tors'will be published soon. -T-- sion, left yesterday morning for lid- monlon. .She will return to Calgary on .Monday, where she will be joined by Miss .lackson., .They will go to Vancouver and Portland on a three ,the I'olo wecKs" trip. Mrs. llavelock Ellis, of London, is- a leader in'the movement to get the fJovfirnment to establish a bureau of domestic .service with branches in every village and city jit the .realm'; The V'owcr Guild paid their regu- lar Visit to Llie'.Galt H-ospital ycs- terdav, afternoon. The flowers, con- sisting of sweet peas, pansies, turtiums and carnations, were very lovely and werp donated by .Mrs. A; B." Stafford, Mrs. Hcntlcy, Mrs. The ideal of girl scouting is true womanhood, and it includes home- keeping, cooking, sewing, nursing, first aid, nature study and outdoor sports. The. Won.en's Chih of Chicago, will open dance halls, where young people can meet their friends and dance, without being subjected to the temp- ARRANGEMENT London, July -Mail Ga- zette today affirtns' rhat, while the nacal arrangement between Britain, Australia and Canada, Is essentially a compromise, ft nevertheless repre- sents both the mutual recognition of respective viewpoints and a mutual determination to .work and think with SELF-DENIAL T.O rAID SUFFRAGE Women of Wisconsin to Give Up Lux- uries for Week and' Devote Money to Milwaukee, is., -July. you prefer silk Blockings to the right to vote? This question is put to 'each wo- man In fhc slate in a circular sent out by the Political Equal I ly league. Efforts are being made to arrange for a self-denial week during' which all women shall eschew what they love best, from chocolate creams to gloves, and devote the, money thus saved to the cauee of woman's suf- frage. Money to carry on Ibe campaign in sorely needed, and this is proposed as one way of raisins It. Office room and use of automobiles have been donated, but the ipeakers, as well as their hotel bills, must he paid. mis-1 (ntions, which usually attend public dunce hull. To some the jpc Veber, Mrs. C. iQrey'i; 'Miss Bawdcii H. Bowman, Mrs. and Mr. Terrill. the ac- tion of the Women's Club will look lilie a very unlikely way to bring about good results. However, these reformers think that the dance, an A fair of tuitions at St. Catharines iu aid of the hospital, raised over ENGLISH VIEW OF REdPROCin Canadian Aim (or Haifa t f V7 Century But Refused v- by the States London, on .tlie .iiuoBttori of recipioclty, lirCa- day's issue says: "It IB the fukiloni. for many tariff1 reformer! here, to speak as though reciprocity wit ..a, iiew idea in Canada, adopted only cause lof the blindness of BrUfih men in withholding which Canada would more willingly, accept from the Mothei Couutrj The truth is that for more than half La. century, reciprocity with the States has never been absent .from; the minds of Canadian itateamea Laurier adopted preference in 1897, it was only; be- cause had -failed to extract terms I hen demanded. There is ;pyi- tlence that Canada would havt strUckf bargain had the United Stated at! any time offered any great political; consideration, it is never to the'ad-f vantage the Mother make the Dominions poorer. "If by any advices from Canada Is restrained From ma king.; the! agreement with the United urge mass of Canadian opinion would at once resent the national Interfere ence. It is stated that Laurier-wel- comes the opportunitj of reusing the [Mirty and refreshing Hs; principles. Ph rough an appeal to the country he could probably succeed, but Canad- ian politics are already tightly-grip- ped by trusts, half American Canadian." The Manchester Guardian that prospects in Canada' are now worse than in the States. Though clear appeal to the country might lave to be made it couhf uartjlj at a more opportune time, ifor" the be'rals have nothing to fear, be- cause reciprocity would be the main! ssiifl. There is good ground for the belief that the ratification of the re-' ciprocity bill in Canada Is- only 4 matter of a few months. f The Catholic church at Canso, N. S., was struck by lightning and near- ly destroyed by fire. Tht! provincial license inspector told many Kingston hotelkeepers that Willie Cnhley, a-7-year-oId boy, was j they must make in their drowned at Cornwall. Mis live at Massena, N. V, .parents hotels or 'leri. have their licenses caneel- A WEEPING Of all the A. Macdonald Co.'sDry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, etc. WILL COMMENCE TUESDAY, AUGUST 1st Everything in the stock must be cleared otit in 3Q We are now marking the goods down in red ink for this great sale Hosiery, Underwear, Gloves, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheeting, Flannelettes, Ginghams, Towels and Towelling, Men's Suits, Shirts, Collars, Ties, Hosiery and Underwear EVERYTHING MUST GO OUT Be on hand at nine o'clock Tuesday morning, at the Macdonald block fot Bargains in Dry Goods RYLANDS CO. ;