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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD a 99 EDITED BY Office Phone. Residence 'UNOJ 1224 620 Protective Associ- Business Men's ation was read "At the regular rnotitlily meeting of tliis association held un the 25th inst. a motion was passed heartily endorsing; the move that you have made, ami 1 was instructed to write you giving your club every assurance tluit it will the most hearty support of our association, in any ot the undertakings which come within tlu! sphere of your activity. We stand for a better Lethbridge and you stand fiii- -i htirttnr and the "Uuv ;s..J. S. Stewart will not rufieive {and Aliu-garctl-McNeal, of Leth- us both. COWAN PERFECTION ton.orrow nor aga'iu this season. j bricl.gc, were married yesterday morn j Jf ;lt any time this association can1 I iri-? a number of their Iricnds j assist in thc efforts you Mrs. K 1J. Wallace, will not1 receive j al the hoine of tne bride's parents, tinj; forth we trust you will cali otl j Mrs. W. McCumbly' will receive -tomorrow for the lust time this sea- son at her home, 6th street, S. Miss Irene Lamlon and Miss Mar- ion Service, of Cranbrook, spent ire in the city visiting friends. at. St. if Mr.- and Mrs. F. C. Clarke expect io leave tomorrow for Calgary, where they will reside. Miss N. Dick, of -Grassy Lake, spending a. few days in the city, the guest and Mrs. J. S. Donald- Mr, and Mrs. T. W. McEachren and its to do so. Byuthomely yours, B. L. COPE, Secretarv. 539 MUi at eleven o'clock, by the Rev. A. M. Gordon, Mrs. W. -J. Nelson will not receive Mr-, and Mrs. Atkins in Lethbridge. I A quiet wedding-was solemnized at The following invitations were is-1 rcsideiice of Mr. and1 Mrs. Thorn-! sued today to members the Canu-' c. dian-American Club tomorrow nor again until autumn. tomorrow, Mrs. Rigby is entertaining bridge this afternoon. Bowsman River, j .Man., on Friday, -June 2, at ti "Yourself and friend are., cordially wheri their daughter! Maggie! invited to be present at the.fks.t An- Alberta, was united in marriage'to nual Strawberry Festival given by IIci-bert Kenny, general see- the Lethbridge Canadian-American of the Alberta Sunday School club on the lawn of Mr. G. M. Hatch, j as.soc'jation. The bride looked ch-.rr.-n- corner of Bompas and Crabb streets, ingf gowned in white and carrying a on Friday evening, June 9th, at 8.30 o'clock. Mr. R. C. Farris1, the accountant- bouquet of bridal roses. The cere- mony was performed by Rev. A. W. j Keriner, Swan- River, in the presence [of u few intimate friends. Among at the city offices, was made the, ob- from a distance were Mr. and ject of a pleasant surprise at staff.- headed by Mayor Adams, I Mrs. Geo. Xeucrt, Invermay, Sask.; j aiKl Mrs. W. R. SiiveiMiOiii unu family, Dauphin. Mendelssohn's Wed- hinr the recipient of al-j din? March was beautifully rendered club bag completely fit- by "MISS-Susie B. Silvprthorn as the ted.: The mayor made a tew remarks cntered, leaning on the arm of Appreciative of Mr. Farris, and fathcr. The groom's gift to the children left today for Toronto, j the presentation.'Others'of the staff j bride ,vas a pearl necklace. Mr. and also spoke, wishing Mr. Farris _ajMrs_ Kenny left on the early train for Winnipeg. Before taking up their where they will reside. Upon their arrival in Winnipeg they, will spend a -few days visiting Mr, McEachren.'s brother before continuing: their, iour- .ney east. Miss lanthe Hardie .brought togeth- er a few of Mrs, F. C. Clarke's in- timate friends yesterday at the hour, for a visit with this -joputar young matron, prior to her departure from the city. The guests were. Mes- dames Seatle, Fleming, McLelland and Misses McBeth, Mewburn, anah, .and Freeman. The engag.erp.ejit is" announced oi Miss Luella Mary'; "Wright, -third daughter of the late. L eut.-Col. -Tosh ua Wright and Mrs. Wright, -Ottawa, to Mr' Thomas -'Clifford Douglas, eld- est sou of Mr.' ari'd' Mrs-. Reward Douglas, of Atta. The 1 jna-rriage will .take place at the end o[ this, .month. -i R, H.' of Sask., ALLAY AT ONCE and effectually. If; your dealer does, not.keep them, we .raail you a box (18. pow- ders) oil receipt of 25 cents. J> !_ MATHIEU, -Proprietors. P. Q. pleasant voyage to Great Britain, where he is going for a well deserved holiday, and will take in the coron- ation. Mr. Farris made reply in' a neat .speech. Mr., and Mrs. James Niven, Mr. and Mrs. W. Niven and Mrs. and Mrs. A. Niven came down from Calgary last evening to attend the residence at Calgary, Alberta, will attend the International they, Sun- day School Convention at. San Fran- cisco. Another pretty affair given for Mrs. F. C. Clarke yesterday was Mrs. Mewburn's enjoyable bridge last ev-j play at five Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is just Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nuises and Doctors recommend its use in sickness or in health. 171 Do You CONCILIATION BOARD IS IN SESS! Coleman, June C. Gor- don and Colin Macleod, of the conc'l- iation board, arrived this morning, and the operators' executive are ready to take up the work of the con- ciliation board where it was left over three weeks ago. A. .1. Carter, I the other member, will return ,'rom (Ferine on the noon train and the first imeeting will be .'held this afternoon. ROOSEVELTHAS ENDORSED TAFT Washington, June 'Koosevelf has "announced that he will not be a candidate for nomination for the presidency in 1912, and that Pre- jsident Taft will -receive his unquali- fied endorsation as he did in I90S. iThis information was conveyed to VICTORIA 'MANSIONS LETHBHIDGE MODERN. SELECT. FASHIONABLE. THE FINEST APARTMENT BUILDING IN-THE WEST, Elegantly furnished single rooms, with bath, from per month and -upwards, according to location. Suites of furnished with parlor, bedroom, bath, accommo- dating two persons if required, from per month and upwards. Housekeeping suites, completely furnished with every conceivable modern convenience, from cer month. Applv for aljdnforrnation to Mansions Office, ween o and 5 p.m. FRED W. DOWNER, PROP. and Mrs. Cobb departed for -their new 1S2R sth Tho !White House of'the Teacher Training class gave mafle puDim until at! he but linen shower for Miss Fielding the parsonage last Wednesday cvcn- World News Fresh From The Ticker WOMAN'S I- BACK. iLOTS OF BUSINESS BEING A world-wide strike of sailors is j i neiure me i The C.P.R. will have .Jap porters I on the New Vancouver express. Not One Woman In Twenty Has a I? The kidneys are to'blamo nine Simef THREE CHILDREN BURNED TO DEATH St. Martin's, Que., June children of Leon Roulin, agad six; DONE .AT PITCHER CtTYJ A Saskatobn man was robbed at out Of tea. Pincher June crop j Toronto, -while on his way to Have- When the blood isn't properly Altered conditions could hardly be improved, j lock to get married. j the the fall-wheat will be harvested much Brigands have captured Prof. Rich- to be wondered ter, a German scientist, in Turkey, and lame backs come to and twelve years Miss Annie F. Niven a: which will be celebrated by Rev. A. M. Gordon this evening at nine o'clock at the home of the .bride elect's mothe.r, Ivies. Robert Niven, sr. Mr. and Mrs. James .N-ivcn are being-entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Morris, Mrs.. Davis .is .enter- 1 .'M: emng. game was m pia> at nve %vere bumed to death fhis e Bedding or tables arranged in the drawing rooms their home, an-3 was ad J. bcnulU, where bouquets of pink and white c2stroyed. The father and mother earlier-than in former years. Business of all kinds is improving. The merchants are building on doing an enormous business this fall when the grain commences to roll in. It is reported Chat another large elevator will foe built here this sea- son. One more will hardly be enough to handle the grain which will be mar- present prospects count We are glad to report that Charles Vent, the livery man, recovered his horse which got out, or was turned t _Tstroyed. carnations sent forth their beauty were' awakened 'by; the dense bi.-r.oke, and fragrance. Mrs. Mewburn re- but the flames had made such Lead- QUt of his liverv barn some time ago. ceived her guests wearing a graceful way by that time that they un- had'strayed back to the Indian re- creation of pale yellow satin with able to reach the children. Mrs. Rou- 'servati0n overdress of rich black lace, the. cor- ,lin. and. another .child were severely! Miss Emma Reynolds, who has been sage adorncd sequin embroidery. Mrs. Clarke wore an evening gown taiaing Mr: and Mrs. W. Niven. and j of bebe satin and becoming Gre- daughter, Miss Viva, and Mr. and j dan banding about her coifiure Mrs. A. Niven are the guests oi' Mrs. Robert Niven, sr.: k A day and a charming hostess, combined to make the Gar- den Tea, preside.ri over by Mrs. P. same shade. Miss Helen Mewburn, who assisted, was winsome in a fro.cR "of satin with tunic of embroidered pink chiffon, finished with a deep satin fringe of the same shade. been L. NajsiMth yesterday afternoon a j After the dainty menu had most delightfjii: affair. The spacious I servcd at the card tables the trophies surrounding the Naismith .A.ere awarded Mrs. Naismith, Mrs. home, the- velvety lawns bordered with gay-hued tulips, are especially J. 0. Wilson and Mrs. A. B. Staf- ford. The guests -were Mesdames inviting just now. The immense .trees j p L_ Naismith? sr.) Nai_ spread a restful shade over a portion of the lawn, where the attractive tea service had been arranged; Mrs. Nai- smith wore a dainty little white em- broidered gown and was assisted in her agreeable duties by Mrs. Nai- smith, sr., who wore a graceful gbwri of black silk. The assistants all look- ed charming, wearing light frocks, and becoming garden hats. At- the executive meeting "of'the Civic club yesterday', the following letter from-the Lethbridge smith, Seatle, Buchanan. J. 0. Wil- son, Aitkeu. Lethbridge, E. H. Wil- son, E. A. Sharman, Starnes, Mc- fes, Yon Can Refinish a Piece of Your Farm- tare at Oar Expense WE want to prove to you. how easy it is to make an old piece of furniture like beautiful, lasting resuhs __ "you can get from Johnson's Materials.. ,___ -Here is what give. A bottle of Johnson's Electric Solvo to the old of Johnson's Wood your shade from Hsc beautifully wood, s A package'of Johnson's :Prepared- Wax-to-impart that "beautiful marks andscratches It will not catch or hold dirt or dust. Lelland, A. B. J. R. An- derson, Shaw, Wliittou, Agnew, .Vroo man and Miss Patteson. The marriage of Miss Myrtle Field- ing and Mr. Frank Cobb, both of Lethbridge, was solemnized at West- minster parsonage, last evening V .at eight o'clock. The bride made a pret- ty picture in her charming wedding gown of white alover embroidery, and carried a sheath of pink carna- tions. Miss Margaret bridesmaid, wore a dainty white lin- gerie frock. The groom was assisted i by Mrs. Charlie McCullough. j i The bride was a member of Wcst- minster Sunday School Teacher Train ing class and members of the class j were present at the ceremony. The j Wedding March from Lohengrin was i played as the bridal party entered the drawing room, by Miss Mabel Catt at Our Store After the ceremony a deli- cio''.s buffet supper, prepared by the members of the class, was served by burned; 'away visiting friends, is expected home tomorrow. j Joe Alexander, who lias been down 'in Montana for some time, is expect- 'ed home next week. He is the own- report having transacted a few Qf radaj? automobile LOCAL BUDGET The North Ward Realty Company estate deals lately. The Y.M.C.A. tennis courts coming very popular, but there is arrested in Pincher City for exceeding- Qame Qf Although it re be- is a fast macihne he has never been still room for more of the- mentbers of the club to have a-try-out. ie speed limits. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Griffith, formerly is notfaimere'staijMioi simplta surface dressing. It is a Tea K deep-; to the'very heart of the stays there permanent color. Jphrispn's Wooc! Dye is.made in H standarisjiades: fro. Oak i-sz Green'" Na.'ljz Flemish Oak NP. rjr XflgJJs Grten Wratncfcd JVo. ifo Bog Osk JVo. isS Light Noiffjo Manila Oak or" jtfo. fzi. Moss Green jVo. no Dark English Let.them demonstrate what Johnson's Materials will do in'ybun home., Free Samples and Literature At Our Store Stafford-Agnew Co, Shaoiv. The guests included about fifteen intimate friends, a-number of making impromptu speeches before the close- of- the evening, extending The directors of 'the "Y.M.C'-'.A. will Oj Pincher City but recently of Nel- meet at -a .sup'pci' on Tuesday, .June son, B. C., have returned to Pincher 13th at o'clock in the Y.M.C.A. City and have opened a first class Heretofore .the meetings have taken restaurant. place' at noon, but this time the] Everybody .in' Pincher City of the directors will be invited lighted with the .new waterworks sys- to the supper. perfect satisfaction. W: ;J. Nelson has found it neces-! Work. on the-new railway is sary- on account of the-press of work gressing very satisfactorily, .to'a'dd two new nren to.his -repair de- partment. to look after the soles of the citixens. Lethbridge should soon be a spotless town, with, so men on the job. Mrs. Silver, first vice-president, and Mrs. Adams, second vice-presi- Robins f business, and reports business getting better right and deMand ransom. The Hamilton Methodist Conference bv a vote of 1-19 to 27 approved of make life miserable. Doan's Kidney Pills are a specific for all kidney troubles. They begin by excelling ail the poisonous matter from ot church union, j s. and then heal the ddicata the proposed basis Only two lavmen voted against it. membranes and make their action regular The Anglican Pishop. of Ottawa and natural, spoke strongly against the Ne Mre. A. H. Button, Jr.? McCreary, ere decree, and warned his -years people Bpring j had a very severe pain in against marrying Roman Catholics. I smali of my back. 'When I would rise it The Montreal Methodist Conference seemed as "if my back would break. My i t approved the basis of Church bv 139 to 54. i kidnevs were badly out of order, have to get up three or four Harry Winters and Thos son, two Prince Albert boys, times during tbe night. I took one box IDS, Helger- of Doau's Kidney PHls and they effected a cure.' o Kidney Pills'are 50 cents" per drowned in a slough on the outskirts, box or 3 for at all dealers or maUed i direct on receipt of price by the T. at Aldersh'ot, R'lilbura Co., Limited, j.orontcs Ont. of the city Capt. F, S. Cody, startled the spectators by swiftly with his aeroplane within twenty-five feet of King George. Ex-President Castro, of .Venezuela, ordering dirsct specify ''DoanW AT THE EUREKA Two good houses witnessed show popular family theatre .last will not allowed to land either, in Eiglu that.- proved itself to be one.oi Venezuela or Jamaica should he at- the best ever presented in the city. tempt to do so as intimated. Clark and Turner, who scored a big Mrs. Goldstrom, aged 50, one ot hit when hfire nearly three years ago the early pioneers of lunisfail, com- proved themselves just as big fayor- mitted suicide by cutting her throat, ites again last They have adc- She had just returned from the Red ed new features to their act and it is Hospital. sa-e to it: one the best van- s' B jVorphy of deville acts on any circuit. Sidney nominated' bv North Perth Conscrva- Verne, Scotland's famous comedy tives for the Commons, and J. Tor- ventriloquist, is one of the w. ranee, M.P P., for the legislature. Hon. Frank Oliver, speaking at Fort William, said it depended on R. L. Rorden whether there would be an line and.. creates many laughs his little companion, .Sandy McPheiv son. The pictures are all up-to-date, being all late releases, and management endeavors at i IMTERESTING MONTREAL ANNIVERSARY Montreal, June Grey pre- sided at the celebration of the 90th dent, of nhe Women's Civic Club, 'enniversarv of laying the cornerstone have postponed indefinitely the meet- of the first of Montreal hcs- the club that was called to meet in the Y.M.C.A. tomorrow af- ternoon. A deputation from the Farmers' Unions ,in the >Sundial district dis- cussed matters of iiTtcrest to them- selves and Lethbridge, notably the bridge 'across the Belly River, at Diamond City, with Geo. M. Hatch, president, and E. A. Cunningham, vice-president, of the Board of Trade, and W. A. Buchanan, M.P.P., yester- day- afternoon. There will be a big gathering of farmers at Sundial on the 27th, and President t'atch inti- mated that he would endeavor to have one of the "get acquainted" cursions visit that district on that dav. FUNERAL OF THE LATE A. 1 McARTHUR. M. P. P. Calgary, Juno. funeral of good-wishes: for every A. J. McArthur, took of rice'-the happy.'ev- ening .came' to close, when Mr. place from the famiiy residence. Cres- cent'Heights, this aft.ernoon. The fun :jeral services were conducted foy Rev. iMr. Kempton, pr.stor of Credent Heights Baptist ch'urch, of'whlch Mr. McArtbur was a member and strong supporter. Rev. J: C. Sy- JVo Keasoii 1 or A Statement of- Facts. Backed by." 3 Strong Guarantee ,'-v. We giiaraiitee "complete relief tc: all, -ufferjs.ironi In every jcamore, -of the l-irst Baptist church, case'where we fail will supply the nied-j and other ministers m the city assist- icine free. Jed in the service. -..Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effec- A number of members-of the pro- tive, dependable and safe bowel reg- vincial government and members of ulator. strengthener and tonic. They the Alberta legislature were present any inconvenience, griping They pleasant to take and -work -.0 easily'-that, they may be taken by 3-s.t any time. They thoroughly oi write us. ;cr.e Ujj the whole system to heaitny activity. JHexall Orderlies are unsurpassable .uirt ideal for tlie use of children; old ''oiks and delicate persons. We .jo highly recommend them to all suf- ferers from any form of constipation uid its attendant evils. Two sixes, lOc and Remember, you can ob- tain Rexall Remedies in this commun- .i.y only at our Rexall Store D- Hisinbotham Co. ent organizations-of which Mr. Mc- Arthur was a member. TURKISH OFFICER ASSASSINATED Salonica, June Turkish at- torney general at .'Monaetir "nas been assassinated in a political vendetta by the Bulgarians Mrs. Guiseppi de Lorenzo, oi Mont- real, has disappeared, her husband fears by black hand. Her mother re- ceived a letter telling of her forced removal and telling her husband not to trv to get her as it would beidan- gerous to both. A WINNING MISS! election this fall or not: If the party Umeg to gecure Bhe lbegt continued obstructing there would be that is available. _ one. j L. Dreyfus, wholesale clothier oi j Chicago, before suiciding, confessed I To have engaged agents of the "arsonj trust'1 to burn his place of business j last Saturday. said'; the "trust" got very wealthy firing plac- es for stipulated sums. THEATRICAL BRING THE OPERA HOME by purchasing a VICTOR. Hardly a -week passes in which you do not hear some air you would like to remember. You hum snatches of it and worry because you have forgotten the rest. Get a VICTOR and our records will prove a treas- ure house of airs, popular and classical on which you can alwaj's deoend. MASON-RISCH PIANO CO. Phone 791. Dominion Blk. 'THE THIEF" AT THE MAJESTIC There are situations in "The Thief which call for some very fine acting, and so far as the two principal play- ers were concerned and round whom plot practically hinges, the per- il fonna'nce was one far above the aver- It was absorbing, compelling, jjand full of merit, and held the aud- jience in thrall from start to finish. 'Glancing casually through the pro- !gramme 'between the acts our eyes rested on the line "You sjet the best at the lowest we could' not'help thinking how true and oppor- tune this was with regard to the act- iing on the stage. V.iss May Roberts as Marie WIPoby. presented a fine picture, and fitted well into the frame of the play. In the boudoir scene, "when she tiands before the husband she adores as a self-convicted thief, there was in {her face and voice that indicated the 'tragedy of a love to be lost without 11Insisting on it, and (her unmas'ki'tis of the soul which was sordid for the sake' jof keeping poignant and I convincing. The impersonation -of Richard Will- ilohy by Victor Gillard was a masterly jone, and its' success was strongly aid- led by his fine elocution. Ke gave a splendidly placed and even interpre- tation of the love that had been tem- jjporarlly killed, neither soaring too I j ranch into the heights, nor sounding too far the depths of what may be de- scribed as moments of intense un- hap-piness. The play is to be repeat- ed this evening, and we can fully re- commend it to those who wish to see i a clever piay cleverly acted. Cod Liver Oil With the Oil Taken Out A Triumph for Chemical and Pharmaceutical Skill Oil from, the liver of the cod-fisih haj been used as a preventative of tiisessa and a restorative for ages. For a long time it has been the general opinion that the medicinal'value of Cod Liver Oil was the greasy, oily part itself only drawback being the unpala- table, fishy taste of the oil. From the first experts have been try- Ing to find means'to'make it ir.ore pala- table. They used to "cut" it -with it it with, lemon to get away from that abominable fishy taste and si Lots of people still take it in Emul- sion form, which is nothing more than "churned" stlU greasy, oily and a, strain on the digestion. Doctors' used to think it was the oil itself that built up the were slow to find out that the oil was a distinct drawback to the medicinal prin- ciples contained in it. Crude oil is quite indigestible, and will, "in time, put the strongest stomach out of order. A'way has new been discovered-1 to do away with the grease and.the and yet retain ail the rnediclaal properties 'of 'the, liver.' This is'done b-r removing the "fresh" oil 'from "the new livers. .The liver pulp is then reduced to the fonm ,.qf aa extract like beef extract. Nyal's Cod Liver Componnd. is simply this liver extract combined tract of malt and healisg "wild chetry. It also contains the true hypophosphites. This corabination Nyal's' Cod Liver Cbnipoesd delicious builds up the and makes Take ,it when you feel your7 'It's.'.'a' pleasure to even the children. like .it..-... Get bottle to-day and ward o2 disease. SI.00'for a large bottle. Your druggist w5il cheerfully .recommend h Wcause he knows all about it. and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO. J. D. HiGINBOTHAIV) CO, JACKSON COPS W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHBRIDGE One for ;