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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, June THE LETHBRIDGi: DAILY HERALD Page 0 Proven Quality bund, tnowa 14 SitttrflattthatWtary" jankifnit Iq quality and has for J Wye.fi. MteVmhtJ twvieit gride of CHASE HEADACHES MILADI EDITED BY FHUNEI Might j nature bounds as from her birtb. The 6UQ U In 'the buveni. and lite earth; Flowcra In Duller, aplendor in thfc beam, Health in tbe "gaie, .wd frwnneis In --the Dyton. C. Is uol recftlTlog to- morrow. MfE. C. F. P. who .to Uio coast ,to meet friends arriving bj- ocean Hner. is a guest at Hotel Vsncourer. Miss Helcher, ol Kdiuoctou. lias If Vour eauiot lupplj yon, the J. U-MfcUteu Oi Slurb p. D., itufe tox oo been MUs Jtcwbnrn's fcoaie today. returned ROLAND SWALLOW DISMISSED AFTER TWO, DAYS1 EVI- DENCE Mlts llannab Kcrr, ot the post office stMf, IB leaving Tor short vacation to be spent on a ranch near the cHy with 'f 4 Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson, nho arrlv n the cHy on Saturday, fiom Gifts gow. Scotland, intend making their here permanently. Mra, Stev eoeon Is a sieter of ilrs. Cairn, of Six- teenth street North.' f Mr. Henlgan and Mr.' Reid, of Win- nifred, and Miss PoUabowEky and J. F. CUrt arc the guoils of Mr. and In District Couit late afternoon dismissed tbe criminal case, Hex vs. Roland Swal- low, charged with stealing from Hugh Taylor ot Letnbridge, a bay gelding on 'or-, about June 15 of this year. Tlic caso had bwu rctiandcd from Mooday to allov deftose to gather wjtscssrs. case centered about what alleged to te a forged bill o( sale of. the hoiEe from Mike Kutchtran to Roland Swallow. 'As shoT-Ti In" Monday's" Herald the forgery was suspected because of'lha way in -winch tha' second bill of sale.'However, in his defense Poapst tor Urn accused produced five different notes and other docu- ments in each one of winch Kulchec- nti spelled bis name in a different way. The cMdence in the cast was very long. At four o'clock- A, K. Dupen look the stand the historj of thox various which led to 1 Swallow's showing that he, bad Kutcneran i spell name, differently on different documents signed in lits presence. .Airs. H. Creeps-postmistress at Hat- dieville, swore to witnessing the sfg- Mr. Kutcheran on the al- legel foYge'd' document- The court in' dismissing the case stated that the- evidence was all in favor of tfte accused. An application o[ Hugh' Taylor" jor r.ecoverysof the horse wis noj .'JuiigeS' IViater holding thfct it a civil action. Mrs. R, South. street Miss DcVeber has gone to Europe on an extended visit. She sailed on the Teutonic a ivecV ago vis- it at several points .in the'British Isles and on the continent. Hon. Senator DeVeber hai'arrfvtd home trom Ottawa. Mrs. DeVebec re- mained in the east for a feu- days, and will start foe home next Mon- day. "5 All those who took part in "The Country are'urged to bo at the Majosllc Theatre this evening to dis- cuss the proposal tbe op; era during exhibition There is a very general dem'ind Uii( the opera be put'on.-ani agree, a rehearsal -will be s'taged at once. r Mr. A., E. Humphreys re- ceived an invitation this morning lo aliend theiWeddlcgloI a former Letli- rose buds, and grateful streamer ol! ulle. Her bouquet of pink car-j nations. Mr. J, H. D at fit Id acted is man, tho ushers being Mr. Karl Kirk- ham and Mr. E. J. The bride's was bacdsotne- gowned In black cbarmeyse, with aodice of while chlfton, embroidered in black and ucaring a bUcfc hat be- comingly with mauve irlra- gcoow's gifi lo the bride a beautiful jf end Jin set with pearls and amelhjBls, and io Hie bridesmaid it cameo brooch, while the groomsman received a lle-plo, and ihe icarf pins. ing the signing ot ihe regUUr In the vrttry. Miss Lunibaid sang "Adore, aad Be After the ceremony tbe bridal parly left tho church to the stirring of-'Mendelssohn's "Weddiug played by Mr, K. Lajton, and the guests were In autos to the borne of the bride's mother, a reception was held, tbe house being tastefully decorated with sweet peae ferus and sent lax, the color scheme be- ng carried out in pink and white, A buffet supper served, the >rlde placing the knife in the cake which was afterwards cut by Mra. il Ktllop. The bride's travelling dress was of purple and green shot Irish Eilb pop- in, ihe bodice being trimmed ivilh lace motifs and Xell rose buttons, while the niodlsu coat was appllqucd with Jace motira and lined with white 6atiii; the travelling bat. being cf cream mllin faced 1th black, and with a handBonie purple mount )o match her Bult The bappj- couple left on ihe Flyer for Spokane, and other jjoints south Among the inauy bandEome pr sects received by the bride yr'as a Ihe gift of the number of guests in eluded several school some of whom Dr. act Mrs. Aullj of Calgary; Mr. and Mf Arch. Wilson, Calgary; Mr, snd D. Campbell, Edmonton, and Mr. am Mrs. W. Wilson, brldge now reildect at PERRY SECURED FINE LOT OF HORSES IN J THIS DISTfilCT Thirty-one head ol remounts Mere purchased in this r nrnsionei A. Bowen of- Roglna, lor the "K" division came in for a supply ol thirteen new horses, which arc said by Supt. Wilson to be first class pacldlcts. Seventeen out ot tlic thirty-one head came from CartJston, the oth- ers being puichased at I'incher Crwk, Okotokg'.ar.d High _ Gionct Pcrrr nas' Creek, where he will maVe further purchases. Arm. Stewart Mc- DUruiJd have out for the ivedding ot sarel to Ferelral A, Ruth; on Wednes- day, June 18. Mr. W. ,A. -M.P., accom oied by Mrs. BucjaniV and son ponald, arrived in tnt'citV thii atier- Bpendtot5 tie Parllament- KSElon.ln ri Wednesday at nine o'- clock al Knox Cburch, 'the wedding of two popular people tooV pjace, when Miss Helen; -Bfatrlce' Murray, eldest daughter oOfre. J. B. Murraj-, became the of Mr. Albert In tne absence of jhe bride's pastor, Rev. A. G. Cameron, 'Rev, Mr. Dlihop tbe ceremony. The prelly glrljsh-looklng brjde, in CLUBS AND SOCIETIES a beautiful Imported JRiver. Commis- 'eft for sJJk ninon, over satin, with crjs- lal embroidery, ar.d 'veil of "lull o fall- Ing softly from Julfot cap, with ita encircling wreath of orange in graceful' to tho train, and carrying a IOYC- of bridal roses, made a charming picture as she pused up the alalo, leaning on Ihe arpa of her'bro- Ibcr, Mr, John B.' Murray, ib- the strains of the "Wedding from "Ixshengrln." The bridesmaid, JeacetEi Mw- ray, sister of tbe bride; sweetly pretty, gowned In pule blue Vatin, with overdress of pmbroldered ncl, and wearing a large picture bat wllh parnltore of Wuo and liny pink The Flower Guild win appreciate the ol ftowerS for ibt hogplU tomorrow. All to preseu same would oblise u; 'phoue 1053. The Ladles' Aid Sodelj of the Flft avenue fiaptiat Oh'urch mtl this afu'i noon at the borne of Mrs. Klrkpatrjclc Mtoeteenth street! S'orili. There was a most successful parlor meeting at tbe home of Mrs, Qui Sixth -avenue South at which the claims of the Zenana, mlv were -presented by Miss Cjimp: bell. As" a result the neacleup fuciJ to support another cot in tUe home was secured, and M Shantz appointed- treasurer'.1" Mise Campbell'presents her subject in "a most attractive way, and finds Leih- bridge folk very lalercsled. i On Sunday, June 15, wlll'fte no evening services al St. Augusttn's Church. Canon MurrelUVrlght will take the morning services'at St. Aug ustin'e, and the evening service al St Cyprian's, as Uanon McMillan'.has gono for his vacation. Ibe regular meeting, ot Wo- men's Civic Club, which WBB to have been belu today, been postponed uotii Monday, The meeting ba held at p.m in the Y.M.C.A. audi- torium, and a meeting of thfc tive l be held at 3 o'clock.' 'All are For Friday and bevy of beautiful Blouses specially priced at 93c BLOl'SKS I'OU MOUNINK, aflcnioon or street wear. Some arc in lii.iek inerurised Salmi, in styles for moinimj m line wliilc Kii-ncli I.imu ami Mulls in high or low neck. Three- 'inark-rs or full k'jiglh sleeves hiinihuim-ly triiuntcil in lim: Swiss ICmbroulery while >et others are in sturdy, neat ;iiul viewable Svotcli Chambrays, in plain tailored All 31 to 12 bust, are included in the lot anil ricgulur jniiTM run !p SI.75. All in one lot for anil al piu1 unifoiin price A real snap in Towels: pair 22c Ladies'Crepe Kimonas Just 100 dozen 10 be disposed of at this linen. lull bleached Huckaback TowetB with Krlrjged fDiie. Also grey striped Jlalh Towels, 18 3C, to 21 i All at per pair Size 22c In ylnk, fky. Ur-lio and tardlnal. io tatin or mercerised Paisley Bonier, shir- rod joke and cufta. Also A limited num- ber only of colored muslin eacques In white with dainty lace trimming? All grouped In for Friday and Saturday at cacti Children's Knock- about Straws 23c For and Saturday selected some fit dozen Kfildies Stran- Galatea or SailoT Hals iu neat color mixtures. Also Ladles %hlle Sailors, to Toe tallies for Ladies' and Misses' Hose 23c ladles' Misses' and Children's sizes. Lisle Hose, nibbed Cotton HOEC and finy Cotton Horc. Colo re are nil war- ranted tost, Including Tan, Pink, Sky, Cardinal and Hermsdor! dye black. On Frldav aud Saturday all at Per ra'f....................................... 23c Dainty New Wash Fabrics 22c Just 30 pieies of fine English aud 1'rc-tich Cotton Voiles. Jn- dudlng every Canted jjlaln color, also some vory dainty deslgtis uiib Ihe uew correct and- popular Bulgarian Border effects. For Friday and Saturday all specially priced at per jard 22C t Carpet and House Furnish- ing Dept. Specials CURTAIN MUSLINS Snowy irblte, spo'tiil {Mrtaln frill on the one edge, balh durable and suitable for Bedroom. Kllcljc-n or Pantrj-. Specially priced at per 4 n 1 BED ROOM SQUARES Woven In soft ar.il pleasing EhaUcs o( green aad !IKH. specially selected Jute be iiEed on either side. Sire ..J.lt. S In. x 9 tt. On and Saturday, each......... FANCY CHINA AT HALF PRICE ..Bon Bon DtEhes. Fruit nnrj Salad Bowls' Cate Plates, Brush and Comb Trays, etc, In hand paliiluil and heaiily gilt designs' All specially marked for Friday and Satur- day at EXACTLY HALF PRICE. Dollar1 Grocery Parcel No. V lib Tin Aprkots; 21b tin Striw. -berries; 1 dines; 1 Bottle Catsup, all Two Sure-To-Be Popular Offers In Men's Wear MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS In sood roomy sizes, made up from thor- oughly reliable and warranted last colors, English Cambric and Imported. Scotch Zephyr the populir French double soft lauttdered cuffs and detachable collar to match. All sizes. Usually QQA sold at tor 09C SUMMER HALF HOSE Hermsdorf Dye Fast Black Egyptia'n Col-, ton Half Hose with Dalbrlggan faodying all the essentials that stand for, solid comfort-combined with splendid dur- All sizes. Sold at most stores at 25c a pair. On Fridav and A Two Painfor....................'. Economies in Ladies' and; Children's Footwear LADIES' WHITE OXFORDS Made from an extra soft andi durable quality.' White Canvas with sewn soles of solid leather. All sUes on Friday and Saturday 9UC GIRLS' WHITE OXFORDS In canvas, have self toe tip, seivn soles. All slics and 1-2 sizes, S lo 2. Sold reg- ularly up to JI.50, for per wvC -i GIRLS' TAN OXFORDS With senn soles and spring heels. c'sht, nine and ten onlv. Reg. -ular price 51.50 per pair, for 'ftft per pair .......................33C Dollar Grocery Parcel No. 2 lib Tea; lib Boiled Ham: lib Creamery limter; 1 Tin Tomato for 'HARRIS' FAMOUS ENGLISH BACON, ft. 35c The Hudson's Bay Stores all friends are cordially invited, kneeling board along the CO >1H be heaTtlly welcomed. A rail. The'Girls' Guild are le way In greatly improving tbe appear- ance of the church.'" urged to bo present. a The Christian Kndeavor Society 'of the Christian Church will hold a so- cial evening on' Friday evening at the home of Mra Fnrron, Pi till street South. All members of tho eoclely, Beauty of contour is the key of the success- ful costume. More than ever li.efdrc' a.proper corset is-nccess- The great siicces'-i of .thc.p; A. aijd'the La has1 kept the Corset'Co's rrjo'del 'factory iii Qn'clicc, with, its -.thousand skilful corseticrcs busy crfrly and'late prodncTng ,lhe cor- sets whicjiwiltbring style, comfort and support to many womcrt'inCuuda. Corset It is not only their style and comfoit uhich make D, A, ar.d La Diva cortcts popular, Compare them any imported corsets ofsimi'ir model." The quality of (he Imported cornet will po better but the price vrill be Jiloo to highcrt By actual count more ihjn half of the dreised women in Canada wear D, A, or ia Diva Corretj. There is for every figure. Our catalogue sent free on will help yo-j choose [he btsl for youri. DOMINION CORSET QUEBEC, r. iommunloa Cleveland painters TO good programme U provided for and a ]olly time Is promised. The basfcelbaH Karau between St. AndreVs and Westminster girls' bas- ketball teams In the Sunday School league? will be played on tV'eeEminater grounds, owing lo St. Andrew's grouVds not being In. good shape. Ths game starts at 730 o'clock. The junior team's of thtsc churches were also lo play tonight, but St. Andrew's not having entered a Junior lea in, that game Is couewjuently an impos- sibility The Knos Church have the lead In and tbe contests are beginning to be fe i A concert of more than ordinary Jn- tereit will take place "this evening In Church unt3er the auspices ol Aid. The greater part of the programme fce furnished by the local Exr.elElor Male Voice Choir, "which will rcr.dcr such "choruses .as' artjrs of the "Strike the Lyre." and "Comrades' Song of etc. Tbe choir during the last Tew months has made great strides under the efficient leadership'of Mr. T, Uob- cris. This sentTenmn was one of the choir leacUrs in Kng- land.' South SMcJds Male Voice Choir m.in> gold and silver medals un- der bis directorship. George E. Fleming, A. Jlc- Gougan, J. T. George Mltford and Sain Sartowskl also take part in the programme. The I-od1o5' Aid Society ol Westmin- ster Methodist Church held a busy seialon yesterday. Arrangements for (he boclh at the exhibition were com- pleted, and the committees In charge for each day appointed. Westminster Ghurrli hag a reputation for running one of the nicest booths at the fair, and they are aUnya en-' surefl generous paitonBge. Arrange- ments wore also made for receiving the new jiaBlor and Jilg family. Ths presfdenls of the Ladles' Aid, inanfa MfsBionary Society ant] Girls' Guild were delegated to be at the parsonage to extend tbe welcome and "Ui ready" for .the new arrivals. The Indies nrc anxious to do'some lit- tvatjr.g to the ra-.-Bonago, find an effort be made it vacated In time to ramli of twg woik being done, The church is being re papered, vftrrUihtd and goncfjUly, and the ladles' Aid have'decided to buy new'carpels for tho platform, and the ading the of denjahdlng' Ibe and 50 on hb-ar.'" l'- It may be considered a matter of fact the rather strenuous agita- tion which has revolved round .the condition of the waterworks system, Y.M1 come to a head toplgbt when the council- will consider tbe 1013 deben- ture estimates. Contained in the list of which have been taWed tor discussion, are the' Items "Water Jcs ex tens 3933, WJ.OOO" and 'Filtration Plant, J83.000." These l have' to be either passed or thrown out and motion 'either way ivill be attacked from all sides. The estimates also Include an item of J4250 for a police motor patrol. fn all the estimates to be consider l amount lo made up as follows: Extensions Kiltrilldn Une extensions Streot Railway: Extensions. Sundries: Tooli, motor patrol, etc, J17.902 J191.W2 Tho Item for for Ihe Thir- teenth.street subway is rot Included, as has already been voted Wtf Future The Sale of: town lots In Judsbn Wrentham and Conrad ftt Stirling terday, filled lo materialize. The ftuctloneer there but no byy nty [5 apparently too scarce. The'-goods, that lack quality, lh goods you don't want are what some'grocerV are" only "too willing you as a suDUUnti for In 'the 'clean alr-Ugh lead racVagoa of "Salada" Tea.' Tin Ua quality made TO KEEP POPULAR KEEP YOUR APPEARANCE OF YOUTH. A young man was surprised lo have his application for a "turned down-" He better equipped ttmt the fellow who got il. He discovered trial lilt grey hafrs did It. Ife was look- Ing. It's the same everywhere. There is no dojbt but that grey hair does make a ir.an or loolr old. There Is no use wait- ing another lose yo'Jr position or fall In getting a better one because you are old nee Hay's Hair Health now. who are, recommended it lo their friends, because It Is genuinely good, always restores grey hair to its natural color destroys dandruff the scalp clean and healthy.' You begin to note the 'difference' at once. The few hairs dis- appear and never return. Why look old when you' are young? Get a bottle of Hay's Hair- Health at once, start using U and aeo what a difference'a few-appli- cations mafce. For sale and recommended by the Red Cross Drug and Book Company Limited, Acadla Block. ALL AR0UMD See Paiee 8 of this Issue i i i ;