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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .Tune 1, THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Page u P. lit NEVER ANY FAILURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT i WHEN MAGIC BAKING POWDER 15 USED. CONTAINS ?NO ALUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA MINERS ARMSD, WILL FIGHT POLICE Chttrloston; Va., Juno, outi between 1S60 striking minors tint! jirlviiUi, detectives of; the coul operators, Is 'imminent aU'iyiiik- I I 1 1 u PHI KrtVVl ll (hue- Ins been innlil ihc. Paint Crook cpllierleu, broltc'ri' in- lermlUmitjy hy clunhes, in ;-'which nuii> rihoU Wn filed bill: BO "fa-r aa can ascertained, no oiie.BoH- ousb InJuild Jhymineib noa'imul with old Springfield army- whieb. the assert, liave'lieen ahitjpod in hero in ease lots, iintil the strikers have a veritable arsemii CHURCH SERVICES MILADI 'EDITED BY "1NO" PHONES: V' Offlct 1224 1111 Klowerv Jiuit- brooks send up a rliecrful tune, A groves u joyous simml. I'ullen, Bryant. Tlic season was the childhood of U Jiim jnanj' hours1 from morning un til noon, crteiniij, the daj i i silciit feet, Kaoh with its load of pleasure, yet sweet. Hysslic Shelley Uoti receiving Monthly Mrs. iJ. UentU-y Home before il. is able to out Advertiser Mil troiii 101 can. -Harper, Okotoks, ind Mrs, Dean, Sateen Reserve, I A. of St. llar- VPV. awl Mrs.1 Bernard, Okotoks. Mrs I OIL Vt-fjmilc Miss mot Mrs OicAuison filu t lit 11 mil Ah b JIf ip Mackod v. ill bts guests with relatives in the city i Mv. anil Mrs. 'Adam Link ami fam- ily have left for their Iruit farm in, It C Mrs. C. ,K. Convbcarc returned this afternoon from a visit, in Toron- RESULT OF CONFAB London, National Exec- utive council of the Tnin-s-seaport workers' federation, dccidcrl at a meet- ing this The ctuh. presented .Mrs. header with a hartdsome brass jardiniere and plant iii bloom. Phyllis, the-little daughter of the Itome, ifiade little door attend- j an i. Duung the innu tl meeting of Calgary Diocesan 'Branch of the Woman's Auxiliary, which will hr? held in St: Augustin's church, .June 5 on n 8 p.m All are heartily welcome. to iml olhti ustein points Hill St below mth int Llieir abiencc tlleir hom Mr Pnuul Clutter B MSI occupied h> Ml and Mib Buf- Dur Icon .DARROW CASE ADJOURNED Los Angeles, .Tune rir the death last night of Cyrus S. AIc- had been associated with the deffmco, the trlni of Clarence S. Barrow, charged, with jury bribery w'ns adjourned until. Monday, morn ing. It was learn-ad this morning' flint Job Harfimah, former Socialist candi- date for'AIayor of'Los Angeles, was Hitmmoned'ias a witness for the Statl and adult Bible class 3 p m r V G Cameron 11 ard 0. Kane, Mrs I Kineston cliapcronfc 8 I Iiei sewing cl iss of Mif> L Cr i im C Mrs I Ldmontoii Mrs J T Murrcll (algan "Mrs Dingle High finer Miss Cilgarj mi! Orettoh, MlllarvHlc. Mis P Mrs Ross Red Deer and Mrs Cionin Ldmon ton Mrs .irtin Mis Bellcn algan "Vlrb Piniher Creek Mis Uihon Pmthtr f reek ani Miss Calgarv Mrs H Mrs Mtlrose I (1- count ant of the. Union Hank at Mae lood, and Miss Mildred Margaret Sanderson, daughter of Mrs. Ii .Sanderson, of Macleod. The ceremony which took place at .Airs. -Sanderson's home, was a fain ily affair.' :lt: was performed by the liev. R. "Movie, pastor of St. .An- drew's Preh'byterian church, Macleod. J. II. R. Thome, manager of the j Okotohs'branch of the a former Macleod resident, was best man a sister of the bride is liridcsmaid The voung couple after a wedding will make their home, in .Brooks. HI VRS1I4.1 L iAt; one-thirtv fodav in Knox churcli. bv the Rev., A. G. Cameron, the wed- diii.u; of Miss Jemima L Mai shall of Sjmmgton to -John Uervev. of Raymond jtfiss .leanie Alexander; of Lethbridge, was bridesmaid, while Mr. Robert of I cthhndfCj supported tile groom, Mr. and Mrs. Hcrvey will take up their residence at Raymond Cliibs and Societies High River. Mis b tilgm Mrs nlse 1 A The Art Needle-work club has post- poned its iLEjuhL meeting on oumg to the holula} Tl I) Bond med i week from with Mis I Mit, Tucker Pi h Cal 1! ?frs llomlei C II I 29 Seventh Monday night the Wesley Kp worth League" will hold their monthly con- secration service, when Rev. R. .1 Fainveailier. will address.- the. meet- Mondav. W. Boulton Mis ilrs.v.J. -lones, arid Mrs. W Kingston Mrs. "I1 "'b i Sfoilman is home the latter part of this week. Miss" jlitnt ui the Siiiitiuurn at ttl Minn foi some months past i1- rejJinled to be on the iqad to .__.. iVto OI> liaMug betn tiansferred to m and 7 30 p m I ht, immstn 'the coin Home lommcted preach it both sciuus Moimng'sub institution -Micltod ret m the' mrmbcis of the C inadian Older 01 Foresters will attend the evening ser- uce in i Sabbath school will The Daughters md Maids 01 I ng land hehUtheir final dance of .the sea- son in the-S.O.K: halMast evening, Dancing; was enjoyed hy one him and ten guests, who tripped the light fantastic to excellent music dis- coursed by three pieces of Gaskell's meet av i p m idults interested in'the Oreiiiiiized- adult Hible class are i std to meet in the church uiditoi mm it P 111 C hmese class it 4 p m md always wel-. cornc. f After a iJainty lunch at the mid l-'IHST CHURCH OI CHRIST mght hom dinting Mas resumed Mr Rojpl Hank Block, 11 Russell hung mastci of ccic Mrs J B al ?irt and VifTs jnipard (ilg-m MLS Webh Edmon tori and Airs Knight FMmonton Mrs d R Hod (.'algirv Miss, Mitchell Cal an iml Miss M L floods C il Hart on Calgan Mrs. (Dr.) Tavlor -Mrs. Beach. and Miss Wvndhnm, Oko- toks Mrs. .1. Cieddes. Cal md Miss Calgin Miss .Hoiilton, C U Eng a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday .school J3.IO n.m-i-. suhjeet, "Ancient and Modem Mesmeiism Ihpnotism testimonial meeting 8 p.m. The misfortune to fall from a hammock Reading. .Room -is open to everyone, i at the hospital'sotiis days ago from to o malted Mrs. M. T. F ish. Calgarv Miss Pmhoin Mrs Cardston. Mrs. Leatner, Mac- leod, and Miss Hood, Claresholm. Mrs: C. A. Mrs.'Hal- j .stead. Red Deer, and 'Mrs. Tavlor. f j lied Deer. LittlyJ3etty granddaughter j Mrs. Walter Parllcy if Dr. had tliptAlix, and Mrs. K. M. Parllcy, AHx. Mrs. G. V. Stocken, Gleichen. nncl Miss Heeney; Calgary Mis nnd Keoin monies. f Report 01 Mir mission dis tTict' and relief work for May of pitients attended j lb U M H5 i and investigation school work 101 Total i2l Clothing has been received from1 Mesdames Renter, L. M. Johnstone, 1) If 1 Iron I Vnderson Croidoii I I Asquith ind Robinson, "Hid Mofiatt and Infants clothine; his IKLD to cue woman, shoes to one child, nour ishment woman, magazines to lout families floueis to pa tients. KINGSTON-XBANK. TCLERk DISAPPEARS Kingston, Ont, Juu-e surrounds the disappearance of Har- old G. teller of the Kingston branch of the Bank. He was last seen on Thursday. "His cash is all said Manager Hague. He had told his landlady that he had been transferred to Edmonton, and would first pay a visit to his par- ents in 'Montreal. The Crowning Point Of Man's Attire is His Hat T HE MOST DIFFICULT II part man's attire to choose is the hat, and now much depends on that selection? How dif- ficult it is to get just the right height of crown, the right curl to the brim or ]ust the right shade Om stock is so oxleusiu and Midi a iclo lhal no hpsitatio i dm bill iM1 A I most iastulio is, as to pi those spc.ik 101 Hiun'-ehtr Four of Our Leading Styles Ths Straw Boater This shauc comes in'a multitude of weaves. One particularly good selling line'is in plain find straw with plain black band and real leather sweat hand and is priced as OK low u, I '63 Another in the same-.shape of fine pUIted linnet CO rtfl onh priced it The Young Man's Hat A very style-just the right size brim and crown for the fashion- ably dressed man. This hat is made expressly for the Hudson's Bay Co. and Ifa fulh in teed to be jna.de ot the linest fur felt, with real'ieathei sweat bund. Grouse color, Dark Cobra Kara or Belgium price is i revelation in hat CO Cfl values. The Latest in Telescopes A very becoming style the teles- cope Irnt claims many supporters ;OUR TELESCOPES ore of the very latest bhane and made jfrotn an ex ceedinth fine and pliable felt whiqh shape -indefinitely, i Ltfehf broMn and light steel are the colors iml ilthoitgh this Iiat fully feninnteed bj IIB we ui a i nt tin the populni ptice The Business Man's Hat This is the hat that can be bent into any shape or style, withoirt break; ing or spoiling It in any A good tempered hat that can be subjected io the roughest of tteatiaenf nlfl retain, its pristine beauty made, from find fur felt in French Brown, or Flephint Giej but htill fljp the same puce Without doubt the Place for Hats Hudson' CNR FINISHeD IN 1914 Winnipeg, -Tune Sir ilhn n I ition I he need foi i cen tral yoveninienL bureau to providoj Winnipeg. -Tune Sir ilhn n aimed in the elu thhl hontltt AVest. mornmt, finite not oenl l rn emplnsired D> thoae the he ulb here inifiupttinb his arri i n In 0 the tonfuence lie stated that the Canadian Northern expect to finish their trans- continental line by I01-J, and thai UIPV will doublu-track their line from Win- j j nipog lo Port Arthur .Sir Williiun leaves either tonight, or tomorrow morning I'or Vancouver Are you of Sunlight Soap? That is the vital question. If you are, we you olir thinks and also our assurance that, at all times alkali costs, the high standard of Sunlight is maintained. Always Pure. The name LEVER on you are not a user of Sunlight, may we modestly suggest that you might be, and add, with advan- tage. No Rubbing or Scrubbing. Soap is a Guarantee of Purity and Excellence. i as 5c. a bar. MR. REDFIELD'S ASPIRATIONS Washington, D.Ci., June At. snilcllntlon of Ills frlcndu In the llonso til' RoprGsentatfvoii. Itcpreapnt.itivy'j Hndflt'lrt c' Brooklyn, N'. V., today an- nounced tie would wM'init lite name to In) proseiitod to the Uotnonratic Na- tional convention its candidate for tho vlce-pvosldtifitiat. nomination. ACTION .IS URGED AGAINST LAND SHARKS (Ililcagb. 111., The 'onact- niont Western States of .tinl- 1 lonn which tend to drive ton; land swindlers, was -today nt the closing session of the rccln'in- Grocers firm friends of Wfadiof TabbSalt. it i> pure and clean and good. Ask any grocer for his best Mil, and he will Rive you'Windsor Salt time.' Not because it costs il tlou because the grocerj know that Windsor Table Salt their customers. ;