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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. -Tune 9.1911. THE LETHBKIBGE DAILY HERALfl "MILADI" EDITED BY "UNO." Office Pnpne. 1224 Residence 120 Mrs. Morderi and Mrs. SaunUers, of Pincher Creek, arc spending a few days in the city with friends. Mr. and Mrs. F leaving the of Vancouver. B. C. A. the Todman month arc for fall. A number of clever icleas with reference to decorating the booths were given and every member is en- thusiastic over the event and will in every way most successful heretofore given by the Auxiliary.11' new member, Mrs. Teeple, was welcomed into the society yesterday.." Plans were made for a refreshment booth to bo placed on the grounds -where the sports will be held Coronation Day. There will be but two more meetings of the Auxiliary .before ad- journment for the' 'summer holidays. The next meeting will'- -be held with Meech 532 William'St'.'. next the grounds surrounding the home of Mr. and Mrs: G. M. Hatch, corner of Bompas'and Crabb streets, will he a merry affair, for the committee MTE.'' "Ed. Pecn, Rogers St., nill receive for her sister, Mrs. Wil- liam f.'aminsley. -of St. Paul, tomor- row (Saturday) afternoon from four to six, The. lawn fete given by the Cana- dian-American club this evening on Thursdav afternoon. Last evening Rev.. W. V.; McMillen at St. Cyprian's united. in Have spared no time, energy or mon- j ma_pr. George TIxomasJ standing, making it as delightful as th-s citv> Miss .'Harriet Gan- sible. The festivities will begin formedy Qf 8.30 o clock. I The bride was in her I wedding; robe of ivory she car- The. marriage Wood and j rief, a of. crimson and wltite roses foliage. Miss JO'iiza A, Mason solemnized :jby Rev, T. P. 'Perry par-i Wednesday ...evening., at seven i o'clock. Mr, .Wood, has been a resident this .city for.''an extende'd period. hut his. bride recently arrived from! .her home in 'the motherland. Mr. ,and Mrs Wood will reside at 131 j 13th north." She given in marriage by Mr. and her maid wa.s Miss Mr. W. S. :Standing as- sisted the _: At. the conclusion of" the ceremony a reception was held at- the new home j of the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. C. Wakelyn, acting as-frost and hostess. About seventy guests attended the festivities, amongst whom were the members -of the S. .0. E. Football club, Mr. Standing member of that organization-. :.Among the many beautiful gifts received was from the .members, of the- City Water department, '-v The meeting called "by" one of the officers of the Civic, club .yesterday afternoon, was well ai- .tcndcd and a great amount of 'busi- ness was dealt with." In the ao- sence of the president vice-president, Mrs! Cony- beare opened the then asked thai n chairman be elected to pre- side over the E. present, and after explaining, that at the last executive held Tues- day ai.temoon the committee a resolution 'flint meet- ings of- the club Uie sec- ond Thursday of ire meeting could not by any officer or menrber of tivc con-mittee- unless itIieAwhole com- mittee, rescinded f-the; The recording secretary, Miss Mc-, was asked -co- rerid the- utes of the last of was.a..little girl when she the dub aml also the .came here .with-her, parents, iast executive meeting, Miss Mclachlun read "a letter Sixteen-Bombers of St. Cyprian's j the Lethbridgc Board of Traqe r-.ay- Parish Auxiliary met with Mrs. Wei-! ing that if there of lington-jesferday afternoon and spent i the illegality of the'election of ihe two very' busy." h'ours sewing-for tie j officers at the first meeting-of the bazaar' that "will be held'early in the club on account of there Mrs. Conybeare is entertaining three.; tables at bridge this afternoon in compliment to Mrs. Pord, who returned last week from an eighteen .months' sojourn in Ireland. Campbell, who has been re- siding with her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Tinning, left for the early in. the week to toe present the wedding of Miss 'Edith Mewson, daughter of Judge and pMrs. Ilewsou, .of .Gore -Manitou- "lin Island-.'. at- "Ontario. Mrs. ..Campbell expects to spend the_ sum- mer in the -East. _., Xanton The -marriage of -'as. H. Stanley Gordon and daughter- of Mr. and Mrs'. A.- E. is, of Nanton, was solemnized day (evening, June! 4th, b'jvljtev; .1- Hinchey; at the home 'of bride's parents, on Shaw., street The.- young.; couple de.partedf on evening train for the south.' are highly respected and teemed in (his community. formerly of Victoria, B a. position with the- Bank of Commerce at Nan ton. and is now manager- of -the hank. Monarch, Alta. the es- Thcr C., laws and constitution.- it was the Board's wish that at the meeting yiis- terday a resolution .be passed !uiani- mpusly electing those olficcrs who re- ceived the highest number of.i'Mjtes i'or respective offices .'at the organiza- tion meeting last month. After a short. discussion rion wa.s aflirrned. The bylaws nud constitution drawn up by''Mrs. -F.- Simpson, Mrs. D. If. Elton and W. M. Johnson, read and adopt- ed as .submitted, except for a slight amendment added to one clause. 'Che resignations of Mrs. Cony- beare, treasurer, Miss McLennan; cor- responding secretary, Miss Mclachhiu. recording' secretary, nnd Mrs; lor His worship took up the appeal His re- ply was' that under present, condi- tions the executive of the fair would- be acting very foolishly-if they put men to work. Asked at, to whether he. would authorise police protection, cordon at the building, .he remarked: "All I said was that thev would be foolish to employ men, knov mg the situation nyw prevailing. Ct A n i? D The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block "Roughing; ami outing trips-'demand special cos- tumes to tbe purpose-f or Avhicli they art- iisecl. Tomorrow are showing a most compre- hensive collection of everything required for travelling or the' juouiitaiji resort, right up to the moment in styles. And while we have not overlooked the small ppints that give exclusiveness. tone and serviceability to these particular lines, the most important consideration'for this season has been "price" which you will find in every instance unquestionably the lowest for which such merchandise can be bought. yo.u are not ready to "rough it" let us get, you ready. We have everything to supply those who are away for a good timt. Corsets for Outing Easy Wearing, Durable famous T.a Diva and D. A. product, of Canada's leading graceful, perfect-fitting styles, shown in a.-complete ranse of sixes and models for and stout .figures, at prices ranging irooj-73c up .to At this price we have several popular.models repre- sentinc the maximum of value, including.'thc medium bust of extra long hip styles and the very low bust with mecl'um hip. Made of fine cbutil or light sum- mer percale: finished with two pairs of hose sup- porters, front and sides. Special Saturday value. Outing Dejnqnds Good Hosiery and Here You'll Find the Best At From the light gauze lisles to the heavy cotton goods in ladies' sixes; and fine ribbed cotton, casbiraeres and lace and fancy socki for the younger members of the family; all with re-inforced solei and spliced heels and toes. Children's sox in iieies and iUk colors in fancy lace ankles and plain colors white, pink, tan, black, etc., with filic embroidery work or fancy plaid topt. A beautiful-cciltction, specially priced for Saturday. At 25c Durable A'ests for out- ing, light and medium weights. Special 8atm> collect ion .25c Fine fibber] lisie vests, in weights suitable for cool m- hot weather, short or Ions sleeves or sleeveless; open or closed fronts; beautifully. finished with crochet lace OfZft ribbons, etc Over-all Aprons are al- necessary. Excep- tional Sal, value... 75c '.They; protecr.he and hot curaberEOine; made 'of 'Splendid quality American ging- ajiq white checks; 'guaranteed washable. Saturday Special Our Ready-to-wear Section is Splendidly Equipped to Meet Your Every Outing Need coats, skirts, dresses ana" underskirts in just the right materials, in just the right styles and at just the right prices to moat satisfactorily supply your needs. OUTIW -DRESSES Special'Shapings AT and OUTING SKIKTS Showings 'v. and OUTING OOAT8 Special Shtnvings AT and OUTING' SUITS Special ShoAvirigs AT-'. and Cbif ton Crepe Scarfs, in largest sizes, Satur- day special ___. Lovely qualities shown 'In extra laree" size.-colors crey. cnampagne, white, skv and hlack. Always useful for boating and icto- tc ring-and extra strong and durible. Saturday I .Never too many uiex- pensive handkerchiefs. Saturday collection.. 5c Biceptional values in this lot. worth up to.Joc; hemstitched, satin striped or finelv lucked borders, made of :fihe Vnite in med- ium size, finished- soft, without dressing- I Saturday Sale BITTING; NEClhvEAR PKETTY AXD sSA'' Purchase Unusual Jj Neckwear is one of tbe important ipqufsites to an ouimg outfit, '.and the Drnblem of.gettinR something cool, comtoitabie and he- Cpming'.at'tfe-jarnimum cost can he owckn solved here 'We arft showing for tomorrow awortment rep- resenting a special purchase, from a leading manufac- turer of values worth up to 35c, which we are.fea- turlnq at less than half value.. The assortment in- cludes jabots, wash stocks and Dutch collars m large ;and satisfying collections. 15c ..r. .w OUTING WAISTS IN GKAT VARIETY AND to Every From the nlam tailored chambrays and striped ginghams for morn- ing v. eai to tne embroidered lawns for the more dressv occasions You 11 find this store splendidly stocked with suitable wSfsts at moderate cost. Ladies' and misses' sailor in white duck, with large sailor collar of self or navy; plain shirt styles with neat pocket. Waists that are .par. ticularly serviceable and permit of the greatest amount of freedom. TWO BURGLARIES LIKE AMATEURS'WORK Cttt at Oar Store for Mattrials, Free wan 'prove how s Irn p I fvyf efasy i C i s- .to m a ks .an .-old piece .of- furniture.' like what m yon caa'get 'from Johnsons 'Materials. is what we give. 's 'Electric InsfaTntly; old nson's' Wood choose' Jist 'to beautifully A" package of Johnson's Prepared bcautitul jj hiind-rubbed effect protect the finish againstlicel marks and It' will not catcli "or hold dirt or dust. is not a mere simply a surface'dressing. seated dye. thargoes to ihe very stays. fh'eri a rich and permanent color. ,-1 Johnson's Wood Dye is made in 14.standard shiife's: Light Oak No. m Furtst Great.'., N.oiij Dark Oak No, Flemish A'A fzj Missim Oak fjs Green. Wfaffierid A0.116 Beg Oak No. '728 Light M'ah'ogany-Ko. 140 Meaiila. Qakar. 121 Moss Green No. r29 Dark Let th'em demonstrate what Johnson's Materials in.your home- Free Samples and Literature At Our Store Stafford-Agiiew Go, Dead as Result of Wednes- Earthquake in Mexico Toronto, June Telegram spe- cial trorn. New York says spe- cial despatch this morning from the "the city of Mexico restoration of telegraphic communica- tion through the republic to day for the first time the real" ex- tent of the devastation waged bv Wednesdays earthquake. Everj. de- spatch in the last twcntv- four hours has adried to the horror.: The most conservative estimate pre- pared by the government shows "that fully have been killed and when the present, inaccessable sections aw heard from, it, is feared the death list will go above The 'Turn started in many cities by the earth- quake of Wednesday was con.pleted by a second earthquake which occurred yesterday afternoon. This was most severe in the southern and western sections of the country. Two Houses Entered Chief is Held up L_ jrtg party, rammed a six-shooter in- rnen when a Second message came in 1 to liis ribs and told .him to-conic house lo the effect j along. Imagine the cop's burpxise when he found himself looking into neck and went out sleuthing. Alter. FDYTf ATION IN OIIFRFf i Ivfll 111 vvwUuv the Gow robbery he was coming down j the aiJey behind the old Tuft store j keeping a keen lookout for suspicious ,HflE5BYTERIAN_ MISSIONARY SUP; individuals when O'Connor, the big j ERINTENOENT OFFER! Irish constable, ran into him, and j ERAL CRITICISMS thinking he had found a guilty look- t again Thev hurried back again this tinc found the screen of one of the face oi his chici. The boss oi the department says he will torgivc him Ottawa, June his report the synou 0" Cvloutreal :and "Ottawa, tp- the Presbyterian Assemi'oiy this mcru- iCg, Rev. J, R, 3IcFdrlaite. home sionary secretaiy, said there great need of remedy in the Protest-, schools Quebec. the which had been tamp- j as it shows that he was on the job. ejementarj. school teachers ered wit-h before, completely taken Depredations which have every ap-1 6ut) but' they got no sight of the robbers. The time between the two, attempts -could not more than five minutes. JL uf being the work oi ama-j teur ruidars or mischievous boys; mat province of over. "Roman schools are 'increasingly becoming clerical or 're- schools, upwards of pulled oft last night when some- one entered the residences G-ow Third and Jd- fstafford, 212 Eleventh street, S between the hours of 13 and 1 o'clock, carrying, of! small articles oi worked on' the case till EDMONTON GETS IT have been j Montreal. June The police 'get- the convention of the Canadian Quebec Roman Catholic teaehem" morninc JMedTCa] association in J912. The in- oeing priests.'' The law regulating 'tne taxes of joint stock" Quebec is increasingly working aster to bur Protestant schools. without getting any clue and thought ivltation was conveyed by Dr. T. n that nothing had-been taken from the j of the Alberta, capital and Stafford rcsidcnr-e. However, they was accepted fcy loc association, 'report-todaV that a gold link chain, jvelcomed the _ _ rt.l i watch ,.vitir broken works, a pair .iv each instance. The house-, Qf Cllff iiniwS) a signet ring and brcakeis entered Gow's house first j a watcil Of petrified are wmlo Mr and Mrs. Gow were out m'issjng< u-hfch adds still further mys- visitinc friends, and rifled the house j tery the affair_ unmolested. From one of the ty to see this much talked of part of Western Can- ada. tnousands of-'dollars', of taxes, Protest- ant property, being thus I en to Roman Catholic "if jou Rev. Joseph Locke, of Orange- vil'.c. was elected president, tlie Toronto Methotlisl conference.. From one of the rooms thev away a ruby and pearl necklace, a triangle brooch set with pearls, a chain and locket set with brilliants and a jewel box containing a cheap ring. On the return of the occi.poais of the house they phoned the police and Sergt. Brown, with Constables Gcoghegan and O'Connor, went up to investigate, the chief ar-j riving o-n the scene shortly after-j wards. The burglars had gained an j entrance from: 1-he cast window, which is at a height from the j ground as to lead the police to be- lieve that there were two men on A peculiar thing about the whole j business which leads the police 'toj believe the robbery to be the work of amateurs is that in both cases only! cheap jewelry was taken and silver and gold watches 'were left lying in j full sight. A search of the second j hand stores has so far failed to re-j vea! any of the stolen property and the police department is making aj thorough search foe it. Likewise they art- making a -general round-up of all suspicious-looking characters floating about the city and lodging ,7 j them in the cells, where their move- tne job. the police were investigat- j ing and try ing to find some'clue to! .work on they received another mes-' sage from Stafford's house that some rr-.ents 'of the last few days will be ciosejy scrutinized. The department is I bound to clean out'the riff raff and I will take every precaution to prevent j one wa.s trying to force an. entrance i al'-v recurrence of last night's events. rather .amusing incident .happen-: of i there. They hurried the spot, but hail apparently been;