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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wortnosrtay, Jnuc 4, 1013 THE LETIIBUTDCiK DAILY HKRALD Page 11 Blue Ribbon, i V MILADI EDITEO BY Oflke Rtl. 11 (SOU'S UI.KSSIXU liod nude a furiu as l-iir as a lily, And a fate as sweet as" a rose, kisitJ its lip red with the blush COFFEE and POWDER ibk for Ribbon producte anil Ece that your 'dealer gives them.. All Bluo Ribbon, sooJs are guw- nnteed lo satisfy. If' otherwise, you way return theW.'.'-Blue Vlllbon Coffees and .nailing Ponder are V'.'Owi best market or they couldn't bo sold with METER.READER CHARCi I) BEING CRUEL TC HOUSEHOLD P'J i :'i Vi'ith reference which hinged-arouDd tvo the on nor same h -raid that the Inc ovfco to t. eayine that the' blow ai meter-reader was tti mark -uherc.lt .ed 10 on He scaled -.'li'bi tho i tj front'door of'ft ring was. answered bf Vug thevii, dog vhlch accom- panied lier, Vrely 'barked at the FT this it was seized by- the head, and such Vain followed that the animal crlcd'ont.. The other Spitz bearing the -ry, came to the rescue, and "made a grab ac tho trouBera of the gentleman who was" ill-lrcating hla partner. Whereupon both animals were got.hoK.of by-.their tails." and EN ung round, their heads.helng pojJnd- a neighboring a plant being Incidentally broken in-tho-op- rt- .The cries, ot _lhe two dogs broughl ihe, lady of tho uouEe-.orj the scene, and.Jn righteous Indignation at the torture the dogs were submitted to Elie ,tho '''tormentor1 good slaps on the face." .In Mr. Keid's officfe, tho owaer'told the meler-reader. that only a .cur would treat dogs in the tray he did and of them had died under the treatment received lie would have felt Justified in crucifying him.- This allowed by the blow referred to further. Elates'that an outrage Us a diciry i'l MesicJ it Kith health from head to its toes. r eu-s two Hue of ivor.iler, l their way to a home iu iny white ihaiuieuse en lour knot- ted in seed pejr's with Lt.ivily i broitood' chiffon ovctJnss .iMdiu- ed seed fearK ai.d llcs- ioms' and tulle xeil causn a Juliet cap with orauje a'.d fojteued-to Ihe train witb lie satue She- carried a, tansies ai.d violets m the saino U-ies as her sml. ng tb'j out cE Kindts utre Hi. Laptliorn Kuilth Jfis> L. NaismlU Mr. aaJ Mrs. IJeorge -Mr. an.d Mrs ['card (ii.ii.rcv.il, Mr. a'.il Mrs. Ma- theus Miss' ClcorgiA Hei'chVr Miv t and lace At six-thirty last Hie girh ol drades VI.. V11-, and VIII. ol Kleetuooil school, a in hot.or ol the Flectnood CacJets, tb 1913 cup-winners. Plttes were se for fifty persons, the tables teii'g ar rauged'in tbs (orm of an with no one sitting on the inner The fables literally grountd wit! the load of good things to cast. Tl girls nattirnlly desirous n showing how well they had the lessons in cooking- Many 1 eaut (ul plants and cut Jlowers 11.6 tables, while tie two hanilsonse ilunderson silver- cups occupied prom- inent positions. Please Note this change in our Telephone Numbers To give, increased ami more satisfactory service to our patrons J-jh had installed an up-to-date P. B. X. private telephone exchange. The change in our numbers is fullj ciplaliifd In the new Telo- p'_aue Directory now beiug circulated, but as it will ts some before these arc all take this of aaktag you when catling us up, ID ring either one of the follow! 05 timbers: or 513 Any of thtse numbers connects jou into our i-rivate exchange, and >ou will then Le given Immediate cotmeuloi. wiih any Jepart- ir.cnt. Yours for Up-to-Date Service tadson Bay cas committed lo his prorerty !a the anctUy of his home, and under the clrcumstances.tlie pmlsbnipnt meted out by his -wife to the meter-reader -._-. DASTARDLY DEED OF ALLEGED CRAZY MAN AT CITY Atlantic City, N.J., June beneath five feet of sand on the Leach at Chelsea three young cbiWren of- George "Walber, of this city, were rescued by their, ra.renl Just In time lo save their lives. An alleged crazy man Is charger" with burying the little ones on the beach and attempting to fight off ents when they went to the rescue. The children were black In the fac md bleeding from the nofe when th and was removed.. When the man was taken before th magistrate he said 'lie was Fran of-Pblladelphia. COLONEL JAMES MASON Who Senator of Canada Col. frUson Is a Toronto banker' soldier. i and chairf 'lr groomsman plit't.uni cult links "to' io, ,lhe IUJJ -Mendelssohn s .March peal- ed forth as the fcridal p.irty Iclt the heY parents, Irbwh. Mrs. C. rT V- :Conybcare, lew, has gone to Victoria OH visit: She will meet nd'Mrs. 'ictoria on the Empress of Russia June 7th !rom a )car's trip roucd'the world. Mis. A. surprised by ixtran ol her.friends yesterday .at-; crnooa AoieHglitlul tir.ie was tpent it euchre1, Mrs. Afmstrongjcaiiying jfl the tror'hy Jen- for IOLC hands and Jlrs. Smith or points. Delectable viands were served at-the tea hour. the little daughter ol Mr. and Sirs. 1'. J. MacDougall, Fpur- icenth St., celebrated jirthday yesterday l number of her The liltje ones' "t tames aud1 garniture and plnV [rather mou'nt ancj carrit-1 a huge bouquet" of pink caroatsons with rib- bon sUeatners: the brioo's sister, wore a'beaurtiul'costutue ui Hack char- with i.lute sliadow lace" a'i rirrcnt ac'd plcatfd black i et wjih Co th; bride was a' blue ecanicllcJ v.ilh a wliole'pearVthe linked chain Alter the the inr.cr man IP had been satisfied, sprcch making was' I I I 10 'reely indulged- in1 Mr. Kilmer re- jponded-lo thc-toasl, "The I.eth- iridge Cadet Corps" in a speech full >I wit and tumor: Captain Hobisou vas then called to speak for his com- pany, the Cadets. He iiandlcd his sutrjetfin a way to show that his cadet-Iraining is also im- irovii-g his oratorical 'powen jJe and called" u'pon to speak on subjects such as Vhrsical Culture'Class, Homesfic Science ant! Our Baseball Team, both ol girls ard boys'. Xo one called refused -to' rc- fefiond, and all did well. C. E. Bran- acted as toast- master, ivith Miss Smith lo assist him. "l Speeches over, llie evening till 9.50 was spent in singing jolly songs and choruses, and in1 playing various ac- alter -which all went SELLS-FL07O PEOPLE SEND OUT CHARMING YOUNG WOMAN TO SEE NEWSPAPER MEN ore knows loat, ond coasc-quetilly iiss Yates Sms an easy road to She is a New all tha There's nothing like Iho liulc So jih Pacific Islard, and being a na- torn, she cheers for it. liut sfca bocouiins enamored of this boKiispbere, and It -wo-jlil bo Eirrprl-ing if, ?.ben sfle rcturcg to the Antipodes, Miss Yatts will ftcd that expanses of land are preferable to expanses of water. Britisher to tha core, Miss Yatcs Is an Empire boost- er .and she is going to see London be- fore sailing for the land of the Soutu- Cross again. Her plan Is to go" home via liie Suez. Ladylike, she thinks Lethbridge It "just lovely." So think we all. A young lady advance agent for a circus! One drifted Into town today, and she knew her business. She was uot bold, nor pointed, noi frowsy, cor blare. Xot a bit of K. She was a charming, brown-ejed nflrk-haired New Zealand lassie, Mis Yates, br name. Miss Yates Is a niece of one of the top notch offi- Cowlov, 3-Mis Florence COWLEY her seventh er" IfylE. playmales. >nloycd all' sorts "ol urch.--'A- teceptioa- uas helu-at thfe "ferns- anil a prolusion pink, and irhite carnatmqs were ettily- ettective, ppbr tcing ierrtd. 5lr.l-au.d-31rs. Sniitli en the six clock ;Uain for llanfi a' few after vliich tfcer eo to the Islands, their re-. preside "in The bride's going away gown was i tailor-d, opening over, a brocaded silk louse, iciled hi purple chif-on straw, hat tlub will meet at "on FridaV alter-noon at the pavilion at Henderson V of the show, and is seeing the western United States and Canada by easy stages, aud financing herself by doiog 'tie press work tor the Sells-Floto Shons. "u Miss Vales doesn't have lo'sec any nne but newspaper men, er-rry one can readily re_allze a pleasant, easy Jot> she has, trouble for a bronn-eycd gErl QDd a cbannlug conversationalist to "Piork" the for free readers.- The Stlls-rioto doesn't need much boosting cither. It is a good show, ererjbody is at Beaver Mines locking after (lie children of Mrs. G. Sharp the latter is In the hospital at Plncber Creek undergoing an operation. P. J. Hyan bas left Cowley for richer climes. He has opened a livery barn in Rellevne. TV. G. Aslicy, local agent for tbe Ford car, has been busy and placed one of his cars in tbe new barn. of New York will be director of National Opera Company of Canada, which peiforfli i ia Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa ami Qu'fchec, and In Cuba and Meslco. Aiina-Pavloia's Russian ballet will be 'part of the candidates were uated from the University ot Brunswick. Arthur N. Carter headed the Hat, he being the Rhodes scholar CHANGED UP TO 3UFFRAGETTES "Oxford, Eng, June S.VMUitant suf- fragettes are blamed tor a flrp "which today destroyed (ha boat house on tho river Isis, togctbcr with forty or fifty boils' boIonElns to dcnta of Oxford University. 'cards bearing tho for'1 Wo- were found'near the dcone tho ftre. A tnako over four feet caplureii iti the hArhor of Halifax, it is believed to have escaped from some vessel which was carrying rep- tilos for a menagerie., "the "dainty sup- serted'6u the' lawn. bidden iotd, Mildred Reid, Allen -Held, Dor- othy Vinr.ic I3nr- j. Titt, Marjory ..Si'icrlodj, Katharine' Freeman, Clarice .Killing Hns, Xora Dennis MacleocI, Helen JlcKillop and Adair' Simpson. Miss Helen Murray, bride-elect, was the raison d1 ctrc of a miscel- laneo'Js shower, claimed 'Mrs. McKillop as hostess yesterday. About thirty guests bidden, and many cauttful and useful gills were re- by the honor guest, vsho gra- .ously acknowledged them. >frs. W. D. L- Hardie and Mrs. KirKlnm divided the honors. ol outing- tea and cutting Ihe icss, .the .ble heing prettHy adorned with iolcts, ladiating their sweet mr's- of spring. The assistants were Miss Ulack, [ISEJ Forgle, Miss Kliotl and Miss and Murray, Miss Margaret IcKillop admitted the gucsls. th, the Bulgarian capital -THE KING AND.-MILITARY LEADERS OF BULGARIA, CONFRONTED WITH ANOTHER WAR. le'confilctirig'natliVand have concluded a sccrsl alliance with the King of Greece. Already troops are massed outside MASON niSCH Tlano Is a, XBW Piano .with 1 OU> Iradltlona U rcprcueats tie veiY latest.and the very best la'Mtanccd Piano co-ittnctlon.( Iho Mason ft'Rtsch traditlfmis for.aelltaE direct FACTORY TO.HOMB on II you eontcinplalc buying a Plani Ihia comblnalion is crlllca! analysis...... MASON a Riscf Wt KIFTK STREET, SOUTH LIMITED LETHBRIDGE St. Augaslin's church was, the ecne ot an ullra-faslronablr. wedding t lour o'clock this Mljrnoon, whin he marriage was solenmiztd of Au rcy Lilian I'crcy, youngest (laugh cr of.Mrs. Reginald Percy to Arthur Smith, 'eldest son 3! Dr. Laplhorn Smith, ,of eal. The lloral appointments. .were Dficclively expressed in paltns, (crus and white carnations, while the pews were marked by elaborate bows ol white satin ribbon. Promptly at the srpointed hour Ihe bridal party entered the sacred edifice lo the strains of Wedding March, played hy Mr." j: W, Jones, organist ol the church. The.! tride. wgs preceded to the altar by the vcstfd choir, (he clergy, the; ush- ers, the flower girl, attended ty a little page, and the bridesmaid, 'the processional hymn being "The VoKe That Breathed O'er Eden." The ceremony was performed by Rev. Canon Murrd-Wrlghl, rector ol St. Aiguslin's, in- the beautiful ri- tual of tha Anglican church, tho presence ol between filty and -sixty guests.' 7'lie bride, nho to one of the oTdc'st families In the west.-was a girluli picture (if radiant as she approached (he allar, escorted by Mr. Jolinstcpne, who-.gate her awar. Her wcililinK robe ua The Wires AH CSrry The iSame Waul .DSOR SALT (trials and the products, and that It wculd te wiser to levy nominal dutlea Washington, D.C., June on meats and Hour vroducts and flour will not go In the free list put livestock acd grain on tlie in the Democratic tariff law, if the re- Ate you tiling lie commendMlon of the Senate flnanco aub-comrulttee in criarga of the agri- cultural schedule Is accepted. Conslabfe Totfn, o( St. John's, This liriportanl legiflalion ot the foundland. was run ovt Il'l the KMe 'Aunt, U- will helpyou Caver 'foorl U ihould bill, as. It -House, >'as detcrmlncil upon fodaj; the sub tornratltcc _ cohipoaed of Senators. It wns decided lo persist in rnrrjing .the "aeterminati'on lo perfect tho car and narrowly escaped death. PILES CORED IN 6 Tp'iVoAYS Yonr'druggist will refund moner OINTMENT falls lo euro anri ........................_.. ,caae of'Itchlw, 'nijnd. Bleeding, or, Underwood bill etrualizlng raw mn-'i'fotrudlnB MM la 6 !o II ;