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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta H THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Ta Those Who Wish A Cosy Home: We have in our showrooms Which we would be most pleased to have you call and inspect EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, i 1224 Residence 620 Mrs. J. E. Murrell-Wright will not periment, but has grown bcvond the receive tomorrow. Mrs. F. H. Mewlmrn will bridge dostess this evening. be Mrs. K. -J. Redmond will not re- experimental stage- now and has be- come an established institution. m Mr. R. B. Bennett, of Calgary, has sent a donation.of to the Flow- er (iiiild, and the President and mem- ceiye tomorrow, Wednesday, nor j hers have to make it the foun again this season. dation for a small fund to buy roses. the national flower, for the patients Miss .Dora Rogers who lias been 11 spending several week visiting friends in the city, left last evening for Winnipeg to visit Miss Penning- ton. PHONE 712 1216 1st AVENUE SOUTH Mrs. E. C. and daughter, of TITLE FOR .CITY MINE DIRECTOR .....By. Aid. Sage or asked him1 to make his objection to the minutes in writing. Aid. Ash-j croft said that the city would be up j against it should an accident occur j at the, mine, as the law requires a j pit boss to be at the mine at all i ro Lf fl I times during the shift the men are j lougnt up in tne council, Scotl is -ot there all the. [time, as he is looking after the city Hstalries as well.- After.the council-had got Adams suggested .getting .a court .01.revision they got'report from Scott as to the.manage- uuwn. to their regular business. A" m'cnt of the mine.- It was -argued j representative 'of the Teamsters' Un- j that there some ;one Conciliation Board at Cole- ce Presi- man-Miners Vi dent Coming Coleman, June 6. Dr. Gordon being to. the schedulf of, wages.'for .union The .council-had to si I and listen to j 11P 'the secretary'jrcadfng minutes' for sneak charge while Scott is awav. Tjie mat- j unable to reach here today as appoint- .spWK je0axoing laid n-pr .-until ent I'tcr Vvas temporanu iaia unui tny i there will be no session of the Board. President lowell 'V Li'Jii'cll JUU JJUO.X U- A i a order ol the new President Stubhs all the J members of the .Mine Workers execu- Th'e Agricultural Society wrote ask tive are here and the meeting cf the District Hoard will be this aftor- in- that G. Hayes, of the U. S. reach here from Indian- day go_ nearlr half an hour, as the reports of j in? the council to authorize the com I f j. in noon. International Board several council meetings and thcjmitlcc to start getting the track mjDiamo3d of SaRiaaw-as-.reorganized andisantly to be on hand for this morn- in charec' of a rrine cniDlovin- less I that the men paid according hnS'.s session. Mr Carter went to in uidrfcc, 01 CL, uupiujmft t a week ago to complete than twenty men. Aid. Sage objected j to their ability. Ii the council iarrangements for ths payment of aid to the title being used, and the may-! would agree to an additional grant ito idle members in the district, until ______'_._________________, 54001 he would be' able to get some some settlement of the trouble can 'good iiven. He submitted a list of ibe arrived at. The Operators Associa- Medicine Hat, are spending the week in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. 'A. Wright. Mrs. Wright's sister. Drake is Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. who spent a i'exv days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wright, returned to their home in night. Medicine Hat last Mrs. l-I. Gaivin and daughter Miss Helen, returned yesterday from Cal- gary, where they attended the wed- ding of Mr. A. A. Dick and Miss Vera Gillespie and a round of pre nuptial festivities. Mrs. Hugh Fraser, of Kmbro, Ont., at the Gait Hospital on Coronation Day. Anyone wishing to contribute to this fund will kindly give or send their donation to Miss Ada Hatch, the treasurer of the" Guild. Kvt-ry woman of the city is, urgent- ly requested to attend the second meeting of the Woman's Civic club to he held "in the Y.M.C.A. au-! ditorium on Thursday afternoon at j three o'clock. A" splendid program; has been arranged and a great amount of business will be dealt j with. The membership fee is twen-! ty-fivp cents and everyone is asked j to come prepared to become a mem- j Jbcr. Final arrangements were made at the executive meeting of the Cana- dian-American Club last evening for a garden party which the club will hold on the grounds surrounding the home of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Hatch, corner of Crabb and Sompas VICTORIA MANSIONS LETHBBIDG-E MODERN. SELECT. FASHIONABLE. THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING IN THE WEST. Elegantly furnished single rooms, with bath, from per month .upwards, according to location. Suites of furnished rooms, with parlor, bedroom, bath, accommo- dating two persons if required, from month. avnd upwards. Housekeeping suites, completely furnished with every conceivable modern convenience, from per month. Apply for all information to Mansions' Office, betAveen3and5p.m. FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. who has been visiting her daughter, j streets on Friday evening. The lawns Miss Margaret M. Frascr for the past ..-will be gayly decked, with flags and fortnight, left ycstenla? to visit with lanterns and a number of young peo- another daughter, Mrs. McFaddcn, in rple will serve the refreshments, ice Medicine Hat before continuing her j cream, strawberries