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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta aT.-Time 3, 1913 THE LETITP.RIttfJK DAILY HERALD ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN FIELDS AfLor it: lias jiusHiKl. through our iullla anil wurchoiiEOs. H sold to you with every of perfect pnrlly. H Is 1 'ill! that greiu hone., body and mind building power tliat (juad floui1 should always IIOSBGBS: Get n sack an aid to your health Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBHIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH UTTLE CZARS GOVERN MOTHERLAND Lloyd George Makes An- other Forceful Attack on Landed Gentry .Jum: 3. 'Uuyd- chancellor of tlic cxche- iiuqr, dslivcrcil I his week unullicc of tliiM of his which have the hnil Ihey li.iv.e (lie lo charge Ki'ft uf arousing tlic u linos I ire of his tlic money .which belongs lo Ihc poor ought lo iiiiuanriils. AltliuiiEh llic subject was be have the eStonlcry :i mild one, Welsh JtL' i.-i described ;is having on Ibis oc- casion surpassed his linwliouse eflorl. Tlic vessels of ,Lhu consccfaletl sanc- luarjv' ari1' slill on their siik'bqards. to llic nlur- slocks Llu'ir larders. to a Primrose It-ague infecting and look ,-it llic plul- torrii. Un'c-th'ird o! llicm arc people ivjjo have gotten cliurcli .'laud- Tlu', very primroses adorn thcii1 lonholes plnckcil; Troin land -con- sccrateil to tlir. service ot ;tlie altar MILADI Offlc., 1224 'EDITED BY PHONES: 1113 morning si-cm to rsay ilcr ul lAireslrns a I leiuled in a body. .sDiiiclliiiig luipuy on llic I IJuriiig lii.s stay of a days in Hie city, is I lie fiilcsL of Mr. J. j .And flod send love tu Van UyKc. Tlie delrgaLoK who arrived this al- Keal joy comes not from not lontomi to altvnd Llic eislilli annual fiom riuLrcs, not from this applause ol' ihc Calvary Diocesan of Jiifn, hut from having done tliingu, Iirnnch of (lie Woman's Auxiliary. that were ivorlii while. Thai Hirisl's T. Circnlcll., Not receiving tomorrow Mrs. K. llowanl Dohsou. Mrs. 11. C'niiihear, nnr again tliis SP1SUI1.- Mrs, C. McCk-iiaghan, nor again un- til autumn. Mrs. .1. nor again this season. .Mr. James t'onrad spent llic week- cm! wilh fiiunds in niairmorc. Mi-. liiuI'Mrs. J. II. Cheney ave" re- joicing over the arrival of a daughter j yesterday morning. Mrs. A. K. llmnplides returned- o y from a visit in the cast. 1 Tin: Tories have concocted 'a verb >'lo HiTiehouse" mcjiiiiiiK to vftliipcr- iiiu. One or their papers addicted to ]ju now'improved term' iiit J- to say we arc robbing God. "I will tell.you what is the matter with this country. It is an unlimit- ed I Icrfi'-tlicrp arc hold eratic, sway, ...Who gave it tu property. "We mean to examine the comli- Jliss Heche, of Winnipeg, is spend- ing a couplu of weeks' tlic guest, ot Mrs. C. J. EAslorin. Mrs. R u Lied ye and daughter left on iveic mel liy ;i committee of ladie.s from SI. Aiiguslin's church and colicit to vecLory. Afternoon tea wa.s served by .Mrs. J. K. itfnrrfll-Wright, assisted by TMiss Dawson, aller the ilclu- Butcti were taken to Llic homes of tlieii1 respective hostesses. Prominent, in Saturday's social af- fairs was llic posL-nuuLial reception of Mrs1. ljercy Lapiuun Leach, when her cosy home on Fifth avenue was thronged with prcUily gowned rnal- ron.s and maidens- during vhe late iit- The drawing rooms anil fragrant wilh white and j .crimson cnnmllons. The young; was winsomcly gowrted in her wedding robe liber- j iv satin en trainc wilh garniture of j silk lace anil pearls and corsage hou-} of American Heanty roses. j Mrs. M. K. Leach, of Tahcr, wore a smart cos tunic of Ca-let hluc witb silk panel and revcrs of black anil while striped silk. j Mrs. A. ..Southard, who invited to The woman who looks cool On the Hottest Day Knows the Art of Dressing Man Tailored Waists Look Cool, Stylish and Becoming Mtulc from wliHc vest- ing or ii-trite with dainty bliick or blue sLrljio; col- lars iiinl ciiffs clLher son or allff P orient ly plain, ninn tailored In linen finished cambric, a. very stylish model with outside, pocket on ono side; exceedingly k'ood value at White Prill We Skirts in .Satimhy fo.t Ijjmlon, Ont., to spend (the" tearoom, was, wearing ;i pretty suinmcr niuiilhs. white lingerie gown wiUi Louclios King's blue and black plumed hat Mr. ami Mrs, A C. D. Dlanchard luivc moved In Lliuif new resilience-at Fifth avenue. Mrs. G, Moth presided at smartly appointed dining table in an elaborate mauve satin toileUc with I cream lace accessories and Mr. Itobcrlson and-Mr. Lumsrlcn, of i flower hat. the Bnnk.uE Montreal slaK, aro' holi- day visitors in Calgary. I.awson, formerly manager oi the Eastern Townships here, Mrs. ICllwond, of Tahcr, gowned in pink ninon veiled iii.grcy ohilion and black and white picture hat, was ;i (left assistant. says -vjndiolivc- Lions of n It is Q[ hopc for iolencu antl vulgarity, 3 ni loyd-fleorEc's Swansea .speech is dp..: red by nil thinking. Englishnicn .us-- n ,j The cliJinccHoi was i< Lhu. rijhts of We'.sh non-confornnHts to-- their ,OKU spiritual affairs irHliout inlcrfcreiice, ;froin t.'iinte'rbui'y or aiut ttovMaUi-rt the liintJ [jiii-stion into it, lie s'aiil the, mi democracy. ''lKebk -UnL Our Own" are asking- nothing utitcasau- ah'lc. 'arc asking nothing we are nql, -Tf- "O't a nation of "We nob a. nation oi atbeists conipaBfiing the downfall oi' Christian- hut now of Calgnry, is in the. renewing acijuaiiiLanCcK. Mrs. J. spending W. Owens, .who has- brcn he past six 'nionths aL Long returned this morning. Uliss Dora Fitch lias .'gone :tcTKan- sas on a mouth's vacation.. Sliss Kitch went by way of Denver and will visit Minneapolis on her rut-urn. Little Marguerite Hill, froclred city while lingerie with hlne proved useful admit ting the many 'callers.' iil( Mrs. Ni B. Good {eft today for Cal- gary. She will be1 away 50111 e tiruu, as she IntGuds to visit friends at-D Ida- bury and other pointy north before had hcL-n hanvllc'd if pPjilg lflc lalltj it Viiire a hedgehog., 'M[ in country-we were, as limid liusiucKs ;IK n arc'in politics instead of hay- ing tlj'c graadesh intcriiatipnal trade St. Cyprian's churcli "was the scene ol a pretty wedding fit eight' o'clock r 'on Saturday Miss May and Mrs IliginhoLham, of Drus- of irniisi is cov- scls, who have hecn. guests with the land, was joined in matrimony to altars to the j former's brothers in HUB city en route Mr. Frank V. Sampson.by the Rev. jnosl, j ('o Japan, will leave for their "These little Czars were lionie- tomorrow, rniymp; an .issue wider "than they continued the in Hi- world we would be today iiolli-. -when 'they cliancuKccl ihc right ol 'us but the coal-yard (0r the: German 0fWalcs I o reconsider llic :ipplication of trust property." This statement is- regarded as a sig- nificant indication of the trend of Ilanding.lt Out Then Mr. Lloyd-Goorge. handled his topic without gloves, in Riigland l.ind which at one time belonged politics lo the poor paid servanls of religion, j cif." Mrs. W. S. GaNiL-aith, who has lieen anoii Mr. and Mrs. .Sampson will reside in the city.' Wing Skirts English Rapp Black and White or Grey and White Cord is New York's Latest Style 'serge skirls; some per- fectly plain, others fine black stripe'- New York's latest, (he grey cord, v.-oll, looks cool; very ycl only priced at Wash Presses for School Wear Too to make spetiiil .mention of any one stylo, but you will find l.liem in all materials, plain linen, .gingliiini, c.-liiiinlji'M.y, etc., also the Midi dresses and wnisls, J'or all ages, S to 14 years. FOUND gold brace- oivner mny obtain by njjpiylnff at rlie Ma-tiager's odlco: HUDSON'S BAY CO. tberl'ord; convenor oC' membership commntec, -Mra Thomas Taylor; con- venor of lookout cominlltee, Mr. Ar-1 (bur Ilcid; of devotional committee. Mr.' S- S. Dunhiun. ON A SCHEDULE Of interest to women for, the jiasl; month in Ed- and. Red home tonight Deer, will return ltBislatlon hj- r, m.in whose -'on the luturc ot EuElisli can hardly be ovcrcslimal There is a Pile Money in 'Sheep Raising (Continued from front piiRe) Eckatorin b'alievos Ufa I Soulli- cru .-Vlbcrtn, la -AftsUnecl to.beeome n greaL raifllng country. The mining district '.creates a market right UL homo, wtitbh will cveate a d-amand the your round, and with a homo market and nbenp feed, llicrc is no reason '.why Bhceii sliould not be i profitable addition to any farmer's industry. "Thop 'is one.} however, which we lieed; and need ho Raid, "and Unit is a cold storage plant here 11 would Increase profita a'greal -deal. Lamus .should WHO COULD IT .BE? Wlimiijeg. .Time ;i. Tue hirihday, honors are -awaite-d here wilh a good denl of Inter- est, as It is freely ronCTLed Hint among the list-' of new knights will figure u. very dis- tinguished citizen of lUanitcrtm, whose work In connection with the provincial boundary exten- sions (hug, It is anticipat- ed, receive Imperial recogni- tion. great, be thinks. Alfalfa, of course, will form 'the slnplo protluct ol food, IniL the with wliicb coarse grains be killed for market, and, ttre grown herc. mnkcs ,t eMy (Q fecd not licld over.' .until the market icady for them; Holding n flock of lambs after I hey are In murket condi- tion, cats up the profita. .Now, wltli a poltl storago plant in Lathbrldge, the conlil h-e killed when in (be frproper Condition, und stored until the them. [L would he i paying1, proposition all round." The coat of feeding sheep Is col iho sheep whatever groin may be ne- cessary nt a compnrntiroly sniull coat per head. Than, too, sheep thrive In lliic conn- try. The mild winters inalte ju-intur reeding nn eney matter, and wllh cheap feed, good home markets, and HID proper fucllltles for handling -the mutton-product, in the world why farmers should nol find Ihe sheep industry (i most lucrative one, .inri one which profit the couuky In Hint It will tend towards dlversl- Hcnflon ol farnilng Intereals, llcv. A. G. Cameron left this- af- ternoon ior Tahcr, where he derale ihis evening in a a niinisler for I'rcsbylerian church there. Mrs. Q[ Glcichcu, arriv- ed in the city tin's afternoon and will be the pucsd of her brother, Mr. U C. Terplc, for a few days. IJiyhon Pinkham, of Calgary, will be the guest of Rev. Canon and.Mrs. McMilltMi aL St. Cyprian's rcctorv, while attunding the diocesan conven- tion here this week. w j At cight-lhirfy on Thursday even- ing a quiet ivedding was solemnized in St. Cyprian's church, when Miss il in matrimony Mr. Marion Xrwlbn Harmon, of 'Tur- in, A'Ha. The ceremony, was perform- ed by REV. (.'anon McMillen. Mr. and Mrs. KMr-mon will reside ,in Turin. Clubs and Societies The Mission Hand of chnroh meet al l.ln on Wednesday af- ternoon. The Women's Home, Missionary so- ciety of Knox church will meet on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. Lombard, of Minneapolis, dercd very acceptably the solo "There is ;i green at the even-j service in Knox church yesterday while ihe choir splendidly rendered the anthem, "Hail to" the .Lord's Anointed." The regular monthly meeting :.St. vcsl.rv will bp held