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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, iJAlLV EDITED BY Office Phone, Residence 1224 Mrs. Win. Carter loft this morning -is-survived by Mrs. Mcwburn and to visit her father at' Butte' for six month-eld son. At one o'clock fiesterday afternoon Miss Cunningham .arriveif-tae" marriage was solemnized in St. jri'J.lio citv Paul's church, Regina, of one of Jis. io spend her vacation'.''''V girui's must popular' society giris, j Lillian Rose (Ivy) daughter of Leslie Qu'Appellc, and Mrs. '.'Gor- Thr: main- people'from Grey.. Conn-.- XoVfolk in this city of I- rancis George PURE TMATS SURE 1C pieces under the direction of :vlr. -I. district will 'be interested in the Wheal- of this cit-v' So" of Rey.VJas. Q discourscd stirring music following announcement. R'. "Agnew and little daugh- tt-c Summer, kit this 'morning for St. Paul to spend "the summer at iLai-e Mimu'tonka ami White Bear Milnes Wheat. of Rev. Dean Sargeivt, of ficiated, assisted hy. the Rev. Canon "0 YBZ 0 YEZ 0 YEZ All yc who arc interested give' attention -and -you shall he AGREEMENT EFFORTS FAIL (Special to The Herald) Coleman. June etforts of tjtiairrnaii Gordon to effect an-agree- meat to return.'to work by means of conferences between the contending parties which be been exerrmg since Wednesday morning finally :e- sulted in failure yesterday evening, aiter a most strenuous afternoon spent in continual consultation. Find- at the to be P. Perry united in mam- of Wesley age at; Wesley parsonage last QR at..8 Miss Amy E. Brook, daughter of Mr1. and Sir's.. S.: .M. .Brook, 01 this city, anil. Daniel Deguust. ;tfrs. Jaroes; of Port the auspices of the' Protheon class. vs. Missionary- Shirker" promises, to'.establish.a prcceden.t, as "The Law is the last' interpretation of the "Taw given judge' William Tho- ,his casCi as ;l. j, OIP number of the selections toeing the favorite patriotic songs of -'he i ed States. Several" tables of cards were iu play and during the' evening Miss Edith Jones pleased everyone with two'humorous'readings. Punch was j served''throughout the evening from two cut-glass punch bowls, one being placed at each end of the room. Miss Helen GaKin and Miss Ada Wiight presided over one of the tables and. Miss Podora Silver and Miss Laft- erty the other. The members of the reception com- mittee were Mrs. D. H. Elton, Mrs. place .Tune 21. To assist.- in celebrating the fifty- second birthday of Mrs: A. Matson j iuiri twelfth birthday of her youngest' sen Paid, thirty friends spent a jolly evening yesterday at the Lome. jight i ...._' pun. Dated, Monday, June 12, j1911. ing all efforts to be futile he called the session this morning announcing tnat. the taking of evidence in the j j usual way would be resumed niid it j is not probable that any further ef- fort of conciliation will be made un- til whole dispute has been gone over and all available evidence been laid 'before the 'board. The contend- ing parties could not agree as TO the scope .the plan proposed for tion should take while work was re- sumed and tiius ended the second ef- fort at any kind of compromise. This morning's session was taken up by the presentation of particulars which each side desired to have evaiLined and the order these examinaiions snould take. The mine workers still H. Calvin, Miss Hatch, Miss that tlie enquiry should 'be j Ian. Mr. Price, Mr. Jackson and Mr. Ross... In the course oi the evening a num- ber of young girls wearing pretty Mrs. Couybeare's affair yesterday summery frocks, and a dozen of the served heaps ot straw- for Mrs. Ford was a -combination of j young men, bridge and afternoon tea that brought ries, ice cream and delicious cake. i a few of her most intimate friends to- The 75 members ;nd gether in the happiest possible man- Mrs. F W.' Downer Miss Three tables were in play and several rubbers were enjoyed betore Gladys arrived in England last Sat- Master Fret! Downer is ex- the tea hour, when the guests were rcstx'd home [mm'Port Hope, Whcrc'ilWden to the dining room, where he has. beer, attending school, about the 27th" of--tiiis month'. choice menu was served at the charm- ins.lv appointed tea table which- was The Letlibridge Woman's Relief So- cietv will hold its monthly meeting Mondav afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Kursing Mission. Every member especially as.Uurt to be present, as im jcentred with a bouquet i'lilacs of fragrant of resumed where it was left o'.T but the question was finally left undecid- ed''and the examination of James 4. a Coleman miner, and Win. Graham, secretary of the Cole- man local union was taken up. Mana-! ger Whiteside, of the International j Coal and Coke company presented for! filing several exhibits showing the club who attended were at first wages earned in the mines of the rather disappointed that the high wind made it impossible to hold the company and Mr. Stubbs of the min- ers' committee asked for the privilege the accountant who had prepared afl'air on the lawns surrounding examilling these and of putting home of 'Mr. and .Mrs. Hatch, but before the. evening was over everyone voted that a more congenial and plea- sant time couldn't have been an v where. "After tea two more keenly contest- cd cames were plaved before the co ision of the afternoon. 1 he honor rbrtttnt business the meeting. cfore favor, a bouquet of beautiful garden lilies, 'being, awarded Mrs. Laurence jNaismith, of Brock ville, and the sec- claintv -Bevarian China ond favor, a Four members" of the Flower'.Guild' tea service' by Mrs. J. 0. made their weekly vi.it: to .-.the Galfe- Miss Cavanah assisted the Hospital" yesterday afternoon! Stalks, ,carnai ions..tuid in- Jil I. individual The -guests included Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, Mrs. An-' Mrs- Sh Mrs. Laurence d.'siTibutcd to about thirty-five pai-Naismith, Mrs. P. L. Naismith, Mrs. tienisV there are Mrs. Rigby, Mrs. Vrooman tier .even now at ..he. ond Mrs. Mewburn. and Mrs. McLelland. they c'spccinlly enjoy ivhS visits made by the each -wjio are An indoor garden party was given cluiDcroaed bv one of the bv. the Canadian-American club 'last CHURCH SERVICES Kncx Church- A. M Gordon, minister. Regular, ser- vices 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Adult Bible classes at 12 and Sunday School at 3. All cordially welcome. Wesley T. P. Perry, the pastor will preach at .each ser- vice. Morning subject, "Obeying the Vision. Evening subject, Sick Soul." Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes at 3 o'clock. Ev- erybody welcome to all services. First 'Baptist W. A. Levitt, acting pastor, will preach morning and evening. Subjects: 'Je- sus Christ. Our Example in the Or- dinarv Relationships of and the Guild.' Stones." Sunday. craning with all. the .details of a "Rolling Away School and Bible Classes as .usual. lawn icte with the exception or the Word has received by Dr. and lawn but a polished floor prove.l a Mewburn, of the death of Dr. j recompense and was Vy a MscDougall, of Port Arthur, who! number of the y'oimg people 'present was thr husband of their niece, who i who tripped" the light fantastic at iu- fccfore her marriage was Miss May i tervals until Mew'ni'.ni. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J Japanese lanterns, numerous Hags L. T. Mewburn, of Calgary. Heart failure was the cause of Dr. Mac- .pou call's death. T-le was a son of Mr. Alfred MacDougall, the well- and several bouquets of carnations decorated the hall. The carnations be- ing the appreciated gift from Mr. Tcr rill: Known Toronto barrister. The doctor A splendid band of about tweht-v .Yes, You Can Refinish a Piece of Your Furinr tare at Our Westminster Church Services: The pastor, Rev. A. A. Lytle, will preach both morning and evening, In the morning at U o'clock the pae- tor will preach upon "CSristiau Prin- ciples." Evening at 7.30 "Temper- ance." Sunday School and Bible Class at 3.00. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day School 10.30 a.m. at Knights of Pythias Hall, Fifth St. Church Paul's First' Lutheran, all services held at; the home of Rev. C. Grant, No. 318 Fif- men in teenth St. South, Sunday June 11, OI men m tnem and sworn to their accuracy on the stand for the purpose of ascer- taining- the manner in which the state- ments had -been compiled. This met with ejections from the operators' of ?5e bouse and after consider- able discussion by the board the chalr- nlan announced ..that any documents filed with, the board was the property] that body and the parties to the proceedings could examine them at the discretion of the board. The .ers' committee also asked that Jn t'ls connection the; cost of.produc- tion, the price received for coal and ail other matters Centering into the cost 01 coal production be gone into' and that the international company j oe requested to lay .such data before tSe board. This also met with objec- tion but tlie board is taking the stand tnatn.ll such inforjpation that.will as- sist It to an intelligent, judgment of the merits of the case should be forph, coming. Mr. Whitesides" statement of wages snow a. very nigh average of earning in the Coleman camp. The highest j earnings of any contract man being and the lowest of any con- tract man being The total average of wages earned during the: year of all classes of labor from the j highest to the lowest was and the number of days the mine was opo- erated .was 2S0.6. English. services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School at 2.30 p.m. On 1 Wednesday catechism class at 4.30 p. jm. and Bible study and study of life jof Luther at S p.m. Everybody wel- come. First Church of Christ Services: Sunday 11 a.m. and 7.30 p. The net earnings two seam m. Sunday Scbool 12.10. p.m. Sub- Expense CM at Oar Store WE'want to prove-ta you sim how easy to 'make an old piece of'furniture like __ beautiful, lasting results Tyoucangct from Johnson's Materials. _, ._ ____Is what we give. rA bottle of Johnson's Electric Solyn to instantly remove the old I Jject. "God the preserver of (Reading room open every afternoon 'from 3 to 5 o'clock. All services held ion second floor of Royal Bank build- !ing. A cordial invitation is extend- St. Augustirfs Church of England Sth St. and 2nd Avenue. Holy Communion 8 a.m. Mating .11 a.m. Choral Eucharist (1st Sunday, 11. Sunday School 2 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Wednesday ser- Rev. J E Murrell-Wrlglit South. (Church of r ,1 DOtue OI JQIIIISUH s> oojy.i' iu -iii.BLaiii.ij! m- rjAX, nish. A bottle of Johnson's your shade from, hat j yiceat p.m. beautifully color the wood. j Rectory 212 btn bt Johnson's "Prepared Wax to impart that beautiful i (Chui the finish against heel-rriaffcs'and scratciies hold dirt or dust. Johnson's Wood Dye is not a.mere simply a surface dressing. It is a real, deep- seated dye. that ?oes to the very heart of the stays there a rich and permanent color. Johnson's Wood Dye is made in 11 standard shades: No. 126 LJftit Oak A'f. 123 Ftirnt Green Wgatkered Oak VV.> Dai R O li Ac ij2 Flemish Oak No. -Brtnom. Weathered ffy jz? jlfrssiM Oak Brw! Flemish Qrccn Weailiered No. fjo Bn? Oak J2S Light Mahogany A'o. SjO Manila Oak or lie Moss Grcc.i Ao i Dark Mahogany Early English Let them demonstrate wliat Johnson's Materials will do in dome. Free Samples and Literature At Our Store Staffbrd-Agnew "if you'live out of town, write us." Comer of Niven and Nan ton ..streets, North Ward. Holy Communion 2nd Matins 11 a.tu. Sunday. Sunday. School, 3 p.m. Evensong, C. H. Popham. 1500 .Rachel St. St. Andrew's Church "W. Bryden, B. A., pastor. Public worship at 11 a.m. and 730 pm Sunday School a t 9.45 a.m. Adult Bible Class at 4 p.m. welcome. St. Cyprian's of Eighth Avenue and Eleventh St. So. Services: Morning Prayer 11 a.m, Ev-t ensongat 7.30 p.m. Sunday School a.nrt Adult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Holy Bap- settled, tism at 4 p.m. Holy Comniiiuiou 1st "Froi and 3rd Sundays at 8.30 o'clock. 2nd and 4th Sundays at'll o'clock service. was and in number four it was R was over these averages and how they were arrived at, the contention of 'Mr. Stu'b'bs that the ac- countant should be sworn, was sus- tained by the chairman of the board and the company accountant will be ex2filTfied later upon these matters. Tlie board adjourned to meet again here on Monday morning. HERRON WILL SUPPORT PACT Stavely, -Tune Herron, M. j P., the Conservative representative of Macleod. which includes this town, is in Stavely tonight organizing and arranging a meeting for R. L. Bor-i den of the Opposition, for Macleod on i June 20. In answer to a question as to why he is blocking he replied: "My own reason in obstruction was! because I considered that the ques- tion of reciprocity- was of so much importance'that I believed it should Brotherhood of St. Andrews meets every Tuesday evening in the vestry at 8 o'clock. W. V. McMillen, rector; address 850 Sixth. St. South. AVIATORS GIVE UP FLIGHT Rome. Italy, .rune Ar- ros, Beaumont and Frey gave up the proposed flights over the Appennines today. Frey tried five times to start but was finally forced to desist, by to the people before it was finally From what. I -have heard-from my-constituency since coming from the East ten days ago, I believe that ninety per cent, of the people of'Macleod are in. favor of the bill. "The Conservative party isj willing, I go to "the coun-j try on the reciprocity. When asked by your reporter, what stand he would take on the matter, his reply was "Unless some un- foreseen question shouldvarisc in the! near future, I will surely support the} reciprocity pact." WE PERSIST- ENTLY TALK cause that is where we excel, and because we want to impress upon every nouseKeep- er in Letnbriclge the high quality of our Bread Cakes Pastry We aim to have our out- put a synonym for. Purity and Excellence BAKERY Beside Fire Hall We have the Quality ;