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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JjETHBRIDGE-DAILY HERALD EDITED Office Phone. Residence BY "UNO." 1224 620 Iios'tcsscs tomorrow- Mr Peter Johnson. Airs. P. L. 'Naisimlh. Mrs: T. P tomorrow. IVrrv will not receive Mrs.; James' Peat mid Mrs. McClure will .not receive tomorrow nor again until autumn. .at' j ready for occupancy is going to be. one of the and most in-' I vitiiig. club quarters 'in the province, j j'Tli'c beautiful weatHer oil 1 drew nearly every member to the' [.links in the most of whom! enjoyed a picnic supper at six o'clock. ,r J' J' of Glelchea, jjs the guest oi Harris for 'a i'ew days. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast" A day started on Cowan's Cocoa is a day with a clear head and a steady a day full of map and life. Cocoa nourishes the body! It is rich in food value and easy to digest .Chirks arc guests thc'-Aibcha Hotel, Calgary. I j Mrs. Edward Pock gave a pretty re-! ception on Saturday afternoon i I for her sister, Mrs. William I Caminsly, ivho .little daugh- ter, has been visiting at the Peck home for several days, leaving Leth- bridge this morning to spend the sum nier. at Chica'sd Lakes. The decorative scheme was carried out in the Minnesota state, .colors, .gold and white, in a unique''and pret- Miss, Phyllis Higmbptham received Jty Bouquets of Perfection car- mornmg that she has pass- natjonj. many and and'. in the dining room, where ;Mrs. 'M. L. Peck presided over the artistic tea table assisted by Mrs. Fetterlv. DO YOU US! COWAN'S COCOA? air..': Brooks, pL the Bank of Mont- real is spending his holidays with; his parents at Indian Mead. f Mr. fVnd Mrs. 'Lewis Stockett, of spent the week-end the guests; of Mr: and Mrs. W. D. L Mar- third -year Toronto 'University examinations wi'th third class-lronors. Mr and Mrs. T. S..-Mackenzie., ar- rived home yesterday ir.'orning from a visit'to Detroit, Minneapolis and other American cities. j arrangaed flowers formed the Mrs. Ernest A. Sharma.n has bid-j adornment- dea a Few friends .to spend this even- About twenty-five friends were en- ing, with-her. Bridge will be the iorjn j tertained 'during the tea hour. j AVhitc sweet peas'and marguerites j ;were the. a low cut glass bowl, holding the attractively Mabee left f> of amusement. Miss Edith McLachlan returned fronv Great Falls, Montana, .Satur- day, to spend the summer holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLachlan. Little Miss Caminsly open- ed the door for her aunt's visitors. Mrs, William announces engagement of her youngest daughter. Annie. Laurie, to Mr. Nor- man. Honner Peat. The wedding will be celebrated June 28th. in. Knox church, ai" 9 'o'clock. Another June wedding of interest to Lethbridge people, was the Mabee- Beck nuptials. The following account appeared in the Toronto Globe last Wednesday "Another June wedding took place afternoon in St. Paul's Church, Bloor the marriage of Miss Marjorie Beck, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs: H. -H: Beck; to Mr. Robert Stanley Mabee, son .of the late Mr. R, Y. Mabee; Blbor street. The Teachers' Training class -of [The Ven. Archdeacon .Cody officiated, Westminster Sunday school -will- hold Mr. 'Palmer presiding at-the organ a little farewell party at the and Miss Winnii'rcd. Parker giving a agevv-lus evening-for-Miss M. Sted-jsolo during'the .signing-oi' the' regis- man, who leaves in a day .or two to i ter. The bride was given away by her spend the summer in Bow-Island. 'father, and wore a'very beautiful. dress of white satin, elaborately em- bbrately embroidered in seed pearls, and -draped with duckess lace, the tul-lc veil, was arranged over a wreath of orange blossoms, and a shower of orchids and lilacs was; carried a diamond and ruby, ring was M'ahec, and the ushers were Mr. H. J. Bath and Mr. Russell Beck. A large reception "was held at the home of the- bride. J a.. Clarendon .Crescent, whicjvwas decorated with :a: profusion of flowers. Mrs. Beck received in a gown of mauve heliotrope satin, veil- ed, in jetted lace, black.and heliotrope fiat. Mrs. Mabee, sr.. wore black sa- tin and i-Honiton lace. Mr. -and- Mrs. for New York, the going- away dress being of golden brown, with pretty toque of-'shaded pansies. They will be in town for a short vis- it en route .to. their, home, in Alberta. Miss Elaine Conybeare, who has neon a student at the Conservatory of .Music since Easter, expects to for Let-hbriclge on the 20th oi' this month. Miss Ethel Cony- bea re expects to spend the summer in the East-visiting school friends. Mrs. C'-avauah is expected in the city today, from Medicine Hat and probably visit with Mrs. Mc- Killop for a day or two before con- tinuing her journey ac- companied by ihcr (laughter. Miss Reta, who has been Mrs, Conybeare's" guest for several weeks. The club house at the golf links is Hearing completion, and vyhen. it is worn from the groom. The maid of honor was Miss. Hazel Beck, in pale gold satin in white, big in-aiive hat, with, .mauve and white lilac, a cluster, of. she and also wore the groom's gift nf pearl and amethyst. Miss Phyllis Beck and Miss Constance .Cumberland were flower girls, in white -satin pic- ture gowns, and caps they also car- ried mauve lilacs and wore the 'pearl and amethyst pins given by the groom. The. best man was Dr. Oliver The following is an-account of the wedding of Miss Katharine Gordon, sister of the Rev. A. M. Gordon, this city, and William Folgcr Nickle, K.C., M.P.P., of Kingston, which took place last Tuesday i wedding of interest to western- j ers took place at the residence of the I Rev. D. M. Gordon, D.D., principal of Queen's University, Kingston, when his eldest, arine L. Gordon, was united in marri age to William Folger MIckle, K.C., M.P.P., of. Kingston. The ceremony was performed bv Dr, Gordon, as- sisted by .Dr. John Mackie. The draw ing room and dining room were ar- ranged with quantities of peonies and spiraea, a combination that made a most'artistic-and effective appear- ance- The bride was charming in a smart gown and coat of grey rajah, relieved with nands oi black satin' and finished with baby Irish lace at the cuffs and collar. A large black. and white trimmed with white lace and flowers, completed the cos- tume, and she carried a beautiful bouquet of white roses. The groom's interest has been manifested in this an interesting time is guar- anteed-.' The public' is urgently re- quested to attend the trial, the court room will be the Wesley church auditorium. The programme for the entertain- ment is as follows Selection by Orchestra. Baatz. Piccolo Bosworth. Davis. Flute Quartette Messrs. Kane. Chandler, Smith and Bosworth. Brandow. D. Shantz. j Selection by Orchestra. Mock Trial. Mr. Kay ter will preside. After the foregoing programme; refreshments will be served. The Woman's Home Missionary So- ciety of Knox church will hold a tea in the lecture room of Saturday afternoon between the'Ji ours of four and six o'clock. The pro- ceeds will be given to the Vcgrevilie Hospital. ALL READY FOR THE WARNER TRIP Tourists Will Vote First- Many Autos Are Provided The second "Get Acquainted" trip ill take .place tomorrow and pronx- ses to be a big success. All the au- ornobiles will line up at nine o'clock harp between the city hall and the ethbriclge Hotel in order to ;dlow hose taking the trip to vote on the chool trustee bye-election before leaving. Pathfinders have been out over the route of the trip and have put the trail in excellent condition. 0. T. Lathrop will lead the excursion as pilot, and the schedule has been so arranged that "the trip will not be too strenuous for the warm weather. The automobiles for the trip are furnished Kerr Co., Mason Land Co., W. A. Blenner-Hassett, Cascadden Land Co., Pioneer Lum- ber Co., Dowsley- jMulhern Co., Asquith and Lindsay, Geo.. Macleod, C. W. Gray, Freeman, Macleod Hyde'aod Saunders, J. W. Boulton, Lethbridge Messenger and F. C. Lowes Co. A large number expressed their intention to take the trip, and and much, lasting good should re- sult, LOCAL BUDGET Medicine Sing appeared before In- spector West this afternoon chargeU gift to her was a pearl and diamond j with horse stealing. ring. The bridesmaid, Miss Minnie j Several automobile owners have Gordon, sister of the bride, was most j been in the habit lately of driving city at night without You Can Refinish a Piece of Your Furni- ture at Our Expense overdress of black embroidered chif- fon, and wore a black hat trimmed with white lace and flowers. She car- ried red roses, and wore the groom's gift, a pearl pendant. The best man was'James Richardson, of Toronto, and the gift from the' groom .was "a, seal ring." The Lady Maccabees of the World will meet in the Oddfellows Hall this j evening at 8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the club rooms. showing a rear light or number. The police department are looking into the matter and will enforce the law very .strictly with all offenders in the future. The Salvation Army will give an open air concert on the Band Stand this evening from 7.30 to 8.30'o'clock. .The following programme will be rendered, March, "Good selec- tion, "Message of the anthem march; se- lection, "City of Sandon. Chief Gillespie states that the man Russell Williamson, arrested in Medi- Cafl at Onr Store for Materials, Free 7E want to prove to you, bow I easy it is to make an old. piece of furniture' like beautiful, fasting results you can get from Johnson's Materials. Here is what give. "A.bottle of Johnson's Electric Solvo to instantly remove the old bottfe of Johnson's Wood shade from list beautifully color the wood. A package of Johnson's Prepared Wax to impart that beautiful the finish against heel marks and scratches It will not catch or hold dirt or dttst. Johnson's Wood Dye is not a tnere simply, a surface dressing. It is a seated 'dye. that goes to the very heart of the stays there rich- and permanent color. Wood Dye is made in 14 standard shades: IJght Oak No. 122 Forest Green 130 Weathered Oak JV.ofzj Dark Oak No, Flemish Oak 'No..fjr Weathered Mo. fzj Mission Oak Brcncn flemish A'o. 132 Green Wtatkered A'c. no Bog Oak No. iiS Light Mahogany No. 140 Manila or tJO.nrMossGrttm AV. 129 Dark Mahogany Early English Let them demonstrate what Johnson's Materials will do in your home. Free Samples and Literature At Our Store cine Hat os a charge Of passing forg- ed cheques, is not a Lethbridge citi- zen. He was in the city for a couple ..days last week on his way from Calgary to Bull's Head, near the Hat, his wife following yesterday. In police court this morning A. H- Stott, a vag who was picked up on eet j Saturday appeared to an- mfiet jswer the charge of not having any means of support. Stott said he was a rnUftp-right by trade and would go i to work if let off so the case was dis- missed. f A couple of Slavs, Faremiki and iliary, of. St. Augustin's church >re Sy.pnWich', 'got .into over in delighted with the result of their j Nortfe Lethbridge ;yesterday. .They delegates' efforts at the annual heen drinking and raising a-dis- ing of the Diocesan Board of the Wo- j turbance, so when it culminated in, a man's Auxiliary of the Anglican free-ibr-all the police took a hand.and church in Calgary last week, it being locked; thein up to cool off. They-de- decided at the concluding session to j they had been drunk or had hold the next annual meeting m-ibeiir scrapping, so their hearing was The PaTish Auxiliary of St. Cy- prian's church will meet Thursday af- ternoon with Mrs. Meech, '432 Wil- liams street. The executive committee of the! Woman's Civic club will not tomorrow, but- will later in the week, when the Board of Trade Council can meet with then-. The members of the Woman's Aux- Staf f ord- Agnew Co, roa out .9! town, write Lethbridge. Rev. J. E. and Mrs: MurrelMVright, Mrs. Nimmons and I Miss Bawden, who were the Leth- i representatives at the con- vention, returned home on Friday af- ternoon. A special meeting of the Westmins- ter Church Aid Society will be held Wednesday evening to complete ar- rangements for a strawberry and ice cream festival which will be held in the bear future. The Prothean Class or" Wesley church this evening will hold a mock trial, Rex vs. Missionary Shirker, bc- VJCL the case at issue. Considerable left-over till tomorrow morning. The Banner House, situated in the old ,Hill Block, has changed names, but not phroprietors, and will- be known in future as the Palace Room- House. At the Mounted Police Barracks afternoon, Inspector mitted "Medicine Sing" an Indian, for trial, on a charge of horse ing, the animal in question property of H. T. Henderson, of this citvvy..' Now For A Grand Finish The Big Clearing Sale Con- tinues All This Week! Greater Bargains are what you may ex- pect at this store ONLY FIVE MORE DAYS our stocks- Well make a grand finish next Saturday, when we close the most successful Sale of Merchandise ever put on in this city. So come week, and get what ypu require at prices lower than you'll pay elsewhere GIRLS' GINGHAM DRESSES AT REDUCED PRICES About 200 presses to choose from in sizes from 4 to 16 years, in a beautiful assortment of checks, plaids, stripes and plain wash l3T made up in becoming styles. Everyone a bar- gain at the BOYS' TWEED WORSTED SUITS pIJ SALE We show an unbroken range of boys' clothing, made up from fine English worsteds and Scotch and Cans-dian pure wool tweeds and serges, put up-in and Sack Styl- es.--We have no space for trashy clothing. Salt prices run to DO YOU WANT ANY OF THOSE 25c FINE FANCY DRESS MUS- LINS FOR 1 Be.'. PER IFYOU DO, BE QUICK! Only about 400 yds. left to sell of this 25c organdy dress muslin. Mak- es up so cool and pretty into street. or house dresses, sacques or ki monas.. They'll hardly last the week out at the rate they are selling. Clearing Sale price, 25c values for..........___................18C Hair Nets AH Shades, 5c Wash Collars Assorted Styles, 10c Blister Belts Any Color, 15c Gents' Hose Black. lOc WASH DRESSES FOR MORNING WEAR Made from standard washing materials. black and white, blue and white, grey and white, also plain grey. .Borne are.niade low neck, others have high neck. You'll wonder how tliey were ever made at the price. Sizes run from 34 to 42. Clearing Sale price, LADIES' WASH We can show you a very in wash suits (coat and cotton rajah, mer- cerized-repp, grass linen, duck sailor this- week :atr al- most half their value. SUMMER SUITS Suits this week at Suits this week at....... Suits this week at NOTTINGHAM CURTAIN NETS All on sale, 50c open ecru or white-net ..40c 35c colored curtain scrim for 25c 30c art madras muslin for .20c SUMMER CO ATS Worth for V....... Worth for v-.. Worth for SUN SHADES PARASOLS Great savings all this week to buyers of Sunshades, We save you from 50c to on any of our and lines- All Our Very Best Prints, jLight or Dark, Imported Ginghams, Stripes-Checks Flan- nelettes, Worth 15c, for lie Some Bis: Cutting Among1 HATS Test our Clearing Sale won't be disappointed with either quality or price TL i. r I J.J 1 he oimpson to. Ltd. EDMONTON GETS GENERAL ASSEMBLY Ottawa, June ton has been decided upon as the place of meeting next year of the Presbyterian general assembly. The vote was taken today and a big majority favored the western city. GLEICHEN BYE-ELECTION Edmonton, June issue of a writ for the Glelchen bye-election to fill the vacancy created by the death of A. L. McArthur, the late member. MARKETS LIVERPOOL LIVE STOCK Liverpool, June Rogers NEW BANK MANAGER AT MAGRATH ARRIVES K. Anderson arrived Jn the city yes- terday from Montreal and will proceed to Viagrath in a few days to take Co. report today that there was prac- tically no change in the conditions of the Birkenhead market and Saturday's w prices, which were for States and BaL-c of Canada to be opened there'; Canadian 'steers from I2c to 12 3-4c, wethers II l-2c and lambs 13 l-2c per pound, were .unaltered. GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, June market: Wheat opened, July 98 1-4, cloned 97 1-4; October opened 87 1-2, closed 87 j< 1-2. Gate, Jnly opened 37 J.-4; October L opened 'i-2, closed 35 3-4. Flax closed 2.20, October cloaed 1.70. will .not be iaaued until, the return of Premier Si f ton from the coronation. This was the announcement this morning by Hon. C. R. 'Mitchell, attorney general and minister of edu- cation. STIMSON ARRIVES Winnipeg cash Wheat 1 Nor. 2 Nor-, 93; 3 Nor. 89 1-4; No. 4, No 78; cw ,K, W., 2.30. American marxeta. July opened 93 i-2, cloted 92 1-2; 8ept bptned 91, closed 90 l-Z; opened 92 1-8, 01. opened 88 3-4, closed London. June Lieut. Col. G. A. The-seal -catch coas t.. i s, r cp or ted Sign of Marra, R.G., of Toronto, command- on v -the Labrador ant of the Bisley team, has arrived In be small. with the coronation contingent to aviator, killed wbiit at Rome. make arrangtmenti for 88 3-4: Sept. opened 88 1-8, cloted 86 Dec. opened 90, 88 3-4. A new Dominion mining law will at tht London, June Knollyi, His Majeity'a secre- tary, informs the Canadian Associated that there no truth whatever in the itatement that 'the King pro- -poses to visit Canada on his back from India, where -.he imperial corona- tion Durbar at Delhi next November. HAY AND OATi FOR Baled Timothy and flfft class oats. B. JAM it, ;