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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 27, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FITS. CLARKE CO. The Ladles' Store Phone 453 Block SPECIAL BARGAINS ALL THIS WEEK In the Sale All ihesp exceplioiiitl values on sale Tiu'sday, together with scores of -other equally'fittrnp'tivr savings that space for- bids -rticntion of. (Hire. 33c HOSIERY AND and 6Qc values; SJIk Lisle IIoso in white, .n >and lovely quality Lisle its, beautifully, trimmed. 19c HOSIERY AND VESTS Worth I.? to 3Bc Lisle fobbed Vests and Novelty Hcse in snots, utc.: others with nat- ural sole in qualities. WHITE LONG CLOTH lOc Yard wide, worth 1 5c. WHITE CHEESE CLOTH Soft quality, S3 indies wide, free from WIDE NAINSOOK Nice'even thread, soft J free from dressing. WAIST SALE Worth up to Fine Voiles and Crepes best, stylos. LISLE AND. CHAMOISUEOE GLOVES 50e niaclc, tan, grey and natural colors, all fine qualities LINEN PILLOW TUBING Regular, value Fine circular .pure linen, 4u inches FINE EMBROIDERY OK Edgings and Insertions in fine Swiss goods. CORSET SALE Good styles tip to sizes up to 20. NATURAL SILK WAISTS Worth up to Splendid styles witli drop shoulder, yoke and long sleeves, LARGE TURKISH TOWELS 25c White and cretin, 4Uc. LARGE SHEETS Worth Hemmed and ready for use. WASH GOODS Voiles. Muslins, Vest- Ings, etc., worth up to 50c. MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 I The little cares that froticU me, I lost them yesterday. Among the fifildfj above iha sea, Among the wind at play: Among the lowing or the herds, The rnsUiiis of'tlie IrcnK, j Among the singing of itic hirda, j The humming of thft The foolish fear of what nwy hap- j pen, 1 cast them all fiway, j Among the clover-scouted grans, Among the new-mown hay; Among the husking oi' the com Where drowsr poppif-s noil, AVhere ill thoughts die and soot :ire born, Out in Uia fields with Browning. lire. H. W. Church and tho children leave on Thursday to spend a moma tat Victoria. j t Mrs. William Cleary and daughter i Eileen leave on Wednesday Tor WIH- JTI i peg and Toronto. Miss Mellis of Maclnod, who is en I route to Weybiini, is a giiost "with !Mr. land Mrs. R.'.MeHIs. Mrs. T. Patteson of Medicine Hat is visiting with Mrs. H. A. en i route to Calgary and Banff. jamin U. Martin, hay hern U: resident; of Lclhhritige .since 1808. The bride attended by her lii-i tie sisters, and Elsie while -Mr. C. S. Francis supportedj tho groom. j Uov. Canon McMilk'H performed the j ron'.mniiy, liie bride being given away! by Mr. ''I'. S. Fellerly. Mr. and Mrs. Martin left to sppj tlK-ir honeymoon in (-'algary and Banff nnd upon their return will re- side here. Very quietly, in. the Church oi St. John the Eviuigelist, Mont real, tlie; marriage of .Miss tfs-: sie Muriel Stikeman, etrier daughter of Mr. II. Stikeman, to Mr. David j James Aligns, youngest srn of Mr. H. U. Angus.'ilie liev. Arthur French of-' delating. and Mrs. Angus sail on i August 1st hy I he "Oceanic" for Kng-j land, and will spend the winter on j the continent. 4 t The wedding-is imnouuccil to have taken place on Wednesday, -July 15th at Uassano, oi ICx-mayor Wm. S. Playfafr anil Miss Isabella Tulloch oi tlie same place, tho' happy couple leaving the same aHernton for Vic- toria, B. where, they will make their home in future. Council Will ,Do All in its Power to Check the Disease the council did this morning did not "amount to very much, but, what the commissioners did is an- other, story, and one which will re- main lintoiri. Alter Ihe routine busi- ness of the morning luul iiesjii vountl up, the council adjourned to a meet- ing of the commissioner? The onl> diiitrfice tehvera the two, is that at tjie Utter plops for lebates on hDirtl, and acttd upcn One pro in in hung in ataimuhillc attained i re at" of >mc ?J3 00 on this 3 ear s tiXes, because her husband was in the asvlum, and she had several chil dm to taie for 'I ho rtfmi Mmliif KHI uotn ihe Botrd ni Health, thai ihe datr> li- cense be reduced, to 51, a year, was received, 'filed ami noted, s-o that it will come up before the Cirsi, meeting oi the'iflla commission. An invitation to hare a delegate appointed, to .attend the 11 real Falls jiivik'p next month, resulted in the appointment ot Mayor Ilardie to the honor. Haniie was nuUmmeri to DR. ROCHE'S CONDITION, Rocliester, Minn., July The condition of., I-Ioh. Dr. Roche, Canadian Minister of the continues favor- ahle, and groat hopes arts ex- pressed that the patient will% fully recover from the surgical I ordenl, and be fully restored to j .normal health. Dr. Roche is j in a critical, condition, but j with no unfavorable turn the in dicaUoiis are much in his favor. j It will be a number of days be- j fore.'he leaves tlie.hospital. 1--6- I cal surgeons declare the opera- tion waa a.great success. I Mrs. Woollcy-Dod of Calgary lo''t to- to suenfl a'week with Mr. and Mrs. j Constable at Jumping Pond. Ciiibs and Societies Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Virtue and little yesterday to spend a few days with re- i__ ____ !KOII of Jfacleod motored to the nHy I latives here. Toronto, July funeral of; Dr. (rulhraith. Dean of the Faculty; T.J church has returned from of and. Engineering, (a two trip to San Francisco and 1 of tlie University of Toronto, points. i to. the Veterinary Director I for assistance m the controli t Me tuberculosis among the i "jiipplj-ing milk io the o licenses granted, one for Chines" laundn, and another for .1 i pool room Tho counc.il then adjourned, a po- lite way of asking the repot tors lo retire, while thev considered, finances cs'l ever in Toronto.-Thousands gathered as the cortege passed on Its: Way-to Mount .Pleasant, cemetery.' From all over the United States and! Canada came friends nnd former pu-j pilK to pay thsir last tribule.- j From tb'e Pacific 'coast came a; sheai of Members at pres-j ent in eastern Canada receivsd mes-j sages asking them to lie present to; represent: Western blanches. The same, applies generally to Calgary, Edmou-j ton, Hogina and Winnipeg. SMART CAPTURE OF THIEVES AT FERNlE j Mr. Ralph McPhee is spending his vacation at Lakes and, Crows Nest. j Miss of a short time-with friends bore at ihe end of thcj week. Miss Helm Vaselenak, Commission- er Reid's stenographer, lias returned from a two weeks' holiday in Mr. "ami 3Irs. 'iirnest S.' Jackson have as their guests the .former's alllll, Sirs. Hcvwocil ami Miss Jack-, BOli of Out.., -who have been NOW TORY HAS SEAT Toronto, Out., -Tub" Jus- tice MorgdUh today upheld tlie aiipcal of Dr. J. B. .Martin deci- sion-1'of the county judge, who in the East Lamhton recount rejected ballots on the ground that counterfeits ought to have been d'otaclieel. The result gives Dr. Martin- a majority of four votes over the "Liberal -candidate, R- J. jMcCormick, heati and Fran'fr HolUushciid, resi- dents of West Fernie, were arrested on Friday, charged with having stolen a leather belt from one of the planers of the 131k Lumber Co. Tiicy were al- lowed but on tall at each, and come up for preliminary hearing on Monday. In connection with this charge, Pro- vincial Constable B.oardraan is lo be congratulated on the clever capture, as within less than two hours after the complaint was laid, Jic had his men in the torts, and ciuight with the goods. The Governor "Cul out lea and coffee, my boy. They con lain nn you can't hove a flutlcry hearl nr sour slonnich or a gi-ou'uliy hciuluclu'. nnd do big business." It's a. mighty fiood plan, if Icn or coll'co puts you "olT to cpiil it, and for u delic- ious lablc' hcvcriiKe, use the pure fereal. food-drink. There is no'caffeine" nor oilier harmful substance in 'Posium. In either Posium, which 'iinisl be Imilerf, (1 and 25c pacloifies) 'Or Instanl Postuni, made instantly in Iho clip with hoi water and Pnstuin is good in uny business, "There's a Reason" Canadian Posium I.lcii, Windsor, Out. .Miss Amy I. Waterman has passed with first-class honors, and Miss Min- B. Berringer has passed the Teach- er Training examinations in cbnnec- j tion with Kiiox churcli teacher train- ing class. jYIrs, Double entertained informally Ion Friday afternoon at. the tea hour In j honor of her sisters, Mrs. Carr of San ITrancis'fio, and Mrs. rDr.) Stewart of Lethbritlge. Her niece, of Pasadena, Cal., is alRO a house News-Telegram. Mr. Kilpatrick, of the Calgary i branch of the Merchants ibank, and j formerly of Leihhridge, has been i transferred to Olds. Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare, Rivervievv, entertained at a tennis party on. Sat- Some twenty guests enjoyed an in- iteresting tonniament, the prizes being jwon by Miss Dorothy Rcntley nnd Mr. j'Aiex. Oliver. Tea was served oiit. on the beautiful lawn, and 'inter the enjoyed games of various I hinds. I i. I A hut prrtty was i solemnized at Iwu ixclnck this after- Tlie Junior ttnilit nf St. JIary's eliurch lawn aot-inl at 6.30 tonight promises to he very enjoyable. 4 The managers of St. church will meet at on Thill1 '-iy evening. St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor 'will meet tomorrow night at 7.30, when the topic .will be "Faithfulness in Little Things." ft a The intermediate Christian Endea- vor of St. Andrew's church v.'ill hold a social evening tonight, commencing at 8 o'clock. i A special meeting of the, Onward liible class of St. Andrew's churcll- will he held on Wednesday evening for tho transaction of business. The Flower Guild gratefully thanks Mrs., .T.. Downer, -Mrs. Uartlett, Fracile and the superintendent of Calt Gardens for donations for the Gait hospital on Friday afternoon. The Fifth avenue Baptist Sunday school 'will hold their annual picnic at the river bottom on Wednesday, July A'il who to attend are asked to he at the church, at one o'clock, from whence they iie taken to the piculc grounds iu hay racks. The I.ethhriclse Flower Guild is anxious for more members for their library, which is situated in the Hud- son's liny tearooms. The members of the Guild and the Sickroom Sunbeams are in charge in turn each afternoon from four to six. As the iee has heeu reduced to fifty cents, and five ccr.ts a book, and there is eood summer reading on the shelves, the circulation should increase. Your help will be appreciated, as it will help in the work ot cheering with flowera each week those who arc il'i away from home Here is a list of the Lucky Numbers Prizes These Premiums arc given to you ABSOLUTELY for ynnr part in making Ilie Humimigc Sale, which closed Saturday, :i wonderful success. Look over your coupons, and if I lie numbers correspond lo any of those listed here you have lo do is to present your tickets this week, and Hie. premium is yours. So. 7212 Dress Making Form, Xo. 1797 Lady's or Man's Suit, value............ 18.00 No. 2800 Silk Kimo'mi, value................... 15.00 No. Ladies' Summer Dress, value.......... 7.00 No. Liulics' Silk Waist, value.............. 6.50 No. Ladies' Voile Waist, value 5.00 No. 155" Walrus or Seal Handbag, value........ 4.50 N'o. Men's or Ladies' Shoes, value.......... 4.50 Xo. Men's or Women's Silk Shirt, value..... 4.00 No. Ladie.s' Silk Parasol, value............ 3.50 No. 2053 Colored Satin Petticoat, value 2.50 No. 1201 s'lk Hose, value 1.5.0 No. Corset Cover, value.................. 1.00 No. Silk 1-pO No. Pair Long Silk value.......... JLOO No. Underwear to the value of............ 1.00 01057, Manicure .Set, value................. 1.00 No. 2015. Roman. Gold Jewel Case, value.......... 1.00 No. 3 pairs Lisle Hose, 1.00 No. 2344, Pa'r D- Coisels value 1.00 Rylands Co. THE BUSY STORE CITY AND DISTRICT His Faith Remains W. J. Maple, 'who last spring: pur- chased a farm in the district southeast of the city, and who moved here from Crofton, Nreb., was in the city on Sat- urday, and during the .course of his visit'gave the Herald the assurance that he was perfectly satisfied with ilie country. Mr. Maple is an frrlgator of experience, and 'has1 succeeded in raising some splendid crops this year. Mr. Maple is tlie author of u very op- timistic letter to one of the Nebraska papers, which was published in tlie Herald, and also in booklet form. states that he is still just as confi- dent in the possibilities of Alberta as he was at that time, and believes that crops can he raised In any yenr, u-ith irrigation. Mr. Maple's farm is nine miles from Lelbbridge, and he is en- gaging in mixed farming 'quite extcn-1 Bively. "Gst Acquainted" With Nature Some of the finest cross in the country this year are within three miles of the post office, at the Do- minion Experimental Farm. Mr. Fair- field has succeeded in raising some of j ing these crops, and hearing Mr. Fair- The Board E Fall of Rock This Aftenwpn Crushed Lives Out In- stantaneously Bcllevue, July miners were killed this afternoon in the Bcllsvtie mine. L. Agostind' and SI. Flossetti, Joreigneis, both mar- ried, were the A lall of cdsl ami cap rock was the cauie, deatji being instantaneous. The fatality, oc- curred in No. 2. The men wow work- ing together it the time of the ac- cident. They had been working in Hellcvuc camp since last October. ill OFFI the Ladies' Aid will -ll" held. j'lllg ahout 6. Mr. iiayr, who is ill charge of tlie arrangements, would 'noo Miss Kltealicth Adams, of od at Kiknyu, will commence its su- ithis formr.rlv ni ffnrc, Kng-j tins ,ill- Lambelh palace on July 3i, hwnnw the bride oi Mr. Ucn-J under the presidency ot the 1'rimatc. [The Farmers' Gredit_Scheme is Popular of the UlMiriilRe. Ciuar-l souih for the pnreiiase, on long and CONSERVATIVE SENATOR DEAD Senator McMillan of Away Aged Seventy-Nine Ottan-a, Out., The death is reported at Alexandria, Glengarry county, of McMillan, Conservative. This Dublin, July Lord to la> t-iletrnphed John Redniojid us I lollops i oimion is that the peraons re- vponsihle tor the orders to fire should be indicted bj the crown and ttieir j detencf should I e made before a 11111 Fl 1L rs'QBIRY London Inh full ?nqairy in to the conduct of the military in Dublin on Simda) has been ordered J he Tscictlint umimissioner of the Dublin police force has been suspend- ed. 1 sonal liability for tho sum oi possible-, as those who come >HAT BOY DROWNED 'each, so that ilie fanners, in tho, will be'served first. .Medicine Hat July 25 voang trict could purclus." lire stock. Thel President Marnoch, who was instru- ln' was tlje iaim of the promoters is lo lllis; Saskatchewan river here thl's morn- inumlicr up lo M, and the lists j far, and'he iecls sure !ng' remain open lor a lew days more, r.o I umt great EOOIJ will result to those _ i i..n-n iVii.ti in i.lm li-ivo f.liiiir sunn i remain open lor a lew nnys moic, ;.o i nmt great good will result to those i'tbat t'nosc wlio have faith in Um, whn hive piislgi'il their, support oi i mixed faniiins possibilities of this, the Tanners, as well as to tlie iarm- district, may 'say 'so hy subscribing] crs themselves. Already several liv- loward. Mils'Hind. When the 70 outside the disirict have ap- l.ctlibridgc t.................- ..i it posilion to furnish a line- ol credit at the amors aic secured the Bnai'd ol Trade will be i pcniwl the organization [or aid and have brcn pud in touch with a line' of cretiit so that they could sup- to IlirillStl a unr, Ol cit.uii, IIIL- Milt; 01 cretin (.ilitii uuiiiu hnnlis, f-i xlii.OtHi. will! ply' thflir ncoils along the live stock available to the farmers in the i to, SCOTIAN STRUCK BERG Qilehec, July Allan liner Scothui struck' nn" iceberg In-tho Straits ot Belle Isle during her voy- ago from London and Havre, but ar- rived today undamaged although a week lam. The encounter with tho borg and the. delny wero both duo to the heavy fot In the straits.- Vi HON. THOMAS W. Who according to port, Vltl rirccoe.) Sir John of ;