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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 11, 1012 i'HE LlSTHBKIDGlj! DAILY HERALD J'agell, Blue Ribbon Tea Blue Ribbon Coffee Blue Ribbon Baking Powder We atate with confidence, YOU can't do better than ask for these Blue Ribbon West's heat knovyu, and guaranteed puro foods. PAVEMENT IS IN GWD SHAPE ELOSO COMPANY MAKE AN EX PLJANATION AS. T10N OF 6th ST. ndilor} Heiald Sh to joui aiticle a to the condition of OUT pavement laid on Sixth street, we would, sta.t that this pavement is laid with to provide a iiavemen which 'will not. crack with tli ireme frost to which it wl-11 be sub jected Ifi'ter on, ;tud in order 'to attain this result, it must be soft and'plae 1ic and maleable enough to rcserabl' lend. It a cnret'ul examination is made H will be apparent to m deterioration has "taken place, nor hai it ahown any sign of wear. In one or twq places sharply shod horaei ihave stood for some time, ami the! weight in the hot sun have causealnted worse than they are. The vriter referring to the charge that number of young fellows, mere joys, were over in' thai district wlld- y Intoxicated, states fthat they were drunk when thoy .reached 1he listrict, and bad of liquor, th'icli was passed among the n the frank- v states that boy that age are a nuisance, as they-have no money nd can only sit around and act mart." The writer also states that lie refused them admission to her She are not alf the men and boys come down ere and get as there are. that et drunk'and come down The wrUsr is !r..stat- ng "prices for liquor ia too much-Cor icm to pay." _ V The boys of wjiom Magistrate. Hum- hrieB complnined, by he Kerry woman as parading up and o1? .Minnesota, G.A.H., and past com- own the street, yelling' Hkc Indians, Blander of the Loyal Legion. I and trying to get Into the house's. MINNEAPOLIS JUDGE DEAD Minneapolis, June ry G. of tho District Court, from 1885 until IgflS. riled nt. his homo, 17 East Twenty-fourth st., today. Judge Hicks' was most prominent'in-.Grand'-Army, ns well as In Judicial drclen, HQ was .senior nast commander of the Department o1? .Minnesota, G.A.H., and past com- THEY THINK WELL OF LETHBR1DGC Frank the Know returned from Edmonton, where he officiate ab auctioneer at the recent govern menfc sale of lots ot DvfPcld Wabamun, and also a portion of th Wabanum Indian Reserve. Mr. Wai dington states that much inU.r.e1 was evinced by. the various bidders and that the ;tqtal proceeds-, of th sale realized in ;the nclghhorhodii o While jn Edmonton Mr, Wadding to: met many parties who enquired afte conditions in Lethhridge a'nd its dis tirict. Many of those with whom Mr Wadtlingtbn came in contact express etl'great satisfaction at thp inanne in which, this "city was heing laid ou and paid a special tribute to the ex celicnt manner in which the author! i here .-hod1 laid out Gait Park One.well known gentleman who well acquainted with the country in formed "Mr. WaHdington that Let-h britige had nothing to fear regardin "ts future. Mr. Wadding ton said the country between fcdmon ton and .licrc is in first class condi Lion and that rain had fallen p lent I ully as'far as'he could see. TRAVELLERS JT REGINA Regina. Sask.1. June IS. Knightb ot the Gni> are in ReglM about 100 strong attending tlio fitsi meeting of the Giami Council of thi Jnited Commercial. Travellers Asso- clallon. Premier Scott made his firs inblic appearance since his return to Hegina when lie extended a hcirtj ielcome to tils delegates ion behalf of Jhe province. Many .iiifiueiitial speak ova iverc present opening o lie meeting, including His Honor (cut.-Governor Brown, Mayor Mo AIZ'J Granit" Councillor Clarkson. of he American association, and Granti Councillor Chapman, of (jhe Canadian ssociatiou. The travellers will -be in he city for two days, a consiileraiilo loition of vlil be o celebrating MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONEI: Off let, 1224 Who comes with summer to thie And owes to June her day of birth With ring of agute on her hand Can health ami wealth and lung life command. Kmcrali! earth and sliy, Busy bee and dragon-fly, Hobolinks singing in the grass, Daisies nodding in a That's June. George. The regular Saturday tea will he held at the eitv tennis courts tomor row afternoon. Miss Adams, of Winnipeg, is a houst guest Miss Vroom.au for a feu (lays. Mr. and Mrs. llarrie Smith lei this morning on a trip to the coast cities. Mrs. E. A. Cunningham and Mrs Kelson will be the hostesses at the Country Club tea tomorrow. Rev. C. B. and Mrs. McKinnon led this afternoon for Woodstock, Out. Mrs. McKinnon having received won of her lather's serious illness. Mr. Nairn, of the Bank ot Com- merce staff, has gone to Winnipeg where he will "become a 'Chartered ac coilntaut. Mr. F. G.' Woods has arrived from Indian Head to succeed- Mr. W. J Ambrose as manager of the local Uank ot Montreal. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ambrose left this morning for their now home in Spokane, where Mr. Ambrose has heen appointed manager of the IBank cf Montreal. The Right Hon. R. L. Dorden arid Mrs. Hon. J. D.liazen and Mrs. Hazen, the Hon. R. .P. Pel- letier and Mrs. Pelletier and Admir- al Kingsmil! arc among the passen- gers sailing by the Royal George [roni Montreal on June 2Gtli. Mrs. G. H. Macleod was hostess of a three table whist last evening. The hostess was prettily gowned in pink satin with gold head trimminj The. fortunate prize .winners were Mrs. M. Evans, and Mr. Ueiller, white the consolation went to Mr. Butler. Miss McLachlan is expected tonight rom Calgary to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLachlan. Miss McLachlan will be accompanied by Miss Philps, daughter of Dr. Philps, of Hamilton, who will he an attcnd- at the Uiimming-McLachlan nuptials chich will he celebrated in Knox church at nine o'clock next Thurs- day. A .pretty idea is that of having tho vedding solemnized on the thirty- ourth anniversary of the bride's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Neil McLachlan, m the same day and date and at he same hour. At the annual meeting of the Flow- it- Guild yesterday a most -valuable iuggestion was made by one of the nembers, and 1 have heen asked to onvey that suggestion to my read- Tbe suggestion was simply this, hat the ladies of the city, who lave sufficient garden space at their lisposal, Plight materially assist the Guild.by planting perennials, the blosr cms of which might be used each ear for the patients in the hospi- al. For weeks past owing tp the num- er of patients in the hospital, the 'lower Guild iias had to spend six ollars weekly, and that only meant small lloral remembrance lor each atient. If perennials of ail kinds were at' ie disposal of tlm Guild, scarcely ny Innds would be needed from ear- cst spring until autumn frosts to arry on the laudable work oi the uild, than which nothing surely ould be more important. I might, say, that the suggestion imc from Mrs. E. Higinbotham, ho also stated, that anyone desir-j igt columbines to plant might obtain' hem from her garden. All cannot visit the hospital nor onatc much money but here is a ay in which the ladies qf Lethhridgp, an greatly assist in this philan- ropic work. As a member of the Guild, I wish conld convey even slightly to you, y readers, even a small part of the casnrc these flowers give those, ho are ill away We are peatcdly toW by the patients that Friday (the weekly visiting day of the is a red, letter day to them, something to which they eag- erly look forward. Just one thing more, it is almost impossible to gel green for the bou- quets even at the- conservatories. Flowers, say two carnations, which is what wcMiave been able to afford, look rather meagre without any green. Here is another place where many could come to our aid. One ludy who had a hedge around trimmed yester- day, sent us the clippings today anil they were such an assistance. There is scarcely a garden at this season of the year, from which a little green shrubbery of some kind could not be taken without it ever being noticed. Please do not let lack of thought keep you from assisting us with flow- .crs and foliage, when you can. Com- munication with tile president, Mrs. C. V. P. C'onybeare, or vice-presi- dent, Miss Bawden, will insure your offerings being called for and to you will apply those beautiful words, ye dill to one of the least of Ihese, ,my brefv.'n, ye have done it unto I feel assured that' all that is ne- cessary is simply io place this mat- ter in your hands, ladies of Leth- bridgc, anil.am certain that you will do the vest. INO. .McGLADRIE-TBNNAXT At Wesley parsonage at nine-thirty this morning 'Rev.: T. P. Perry join- ed in matrimony .Miss Henrietta Dunn Tennant, of Gorebridge, Scot- land, and Mr. Andrew- Geuimel Mc- Gladrie, of Ayrshire, Scotland. Mrs. Tennant bridesmaid, groom supported by Mr. William J. Ten- nant. At a quarter of ten tins morning at Wesley parsonage, the marriage was-solemnized of'Miss Edith May Brown, of Tpfoiifq, to Mr. William John Tenuant, of iron Springs. Both bride and were, unattended, the nuptial .knot being tied..by the Rey. T: p. Mr. and.Mrs." Tenuant w.ill 'reside at Iron Springs. was was Clubs and Societies St. Mary's Giiild will n'Wet'at home ot. Mrs. T. Williams, 407 Twelfth St., A., N., on Saturday ev- ening at 7.30.. The Ladies' Aid society of West- minster church have decided to hold their annual strawberry social on the church' grounds on Dominion Day, July 1st. The Ladies' Cptta society of St Paul's First Lutheran church met yesterday afternoon with.Mrs. Cres with a good attendance, 'Headings were given by .Mrs. E Jorgenson and Mrs. Albert Crest. At the close of the delicious tea hour trifles were by the hostess. The ladies are reminded of at Hayr's hardware, store from three to six'tomorrow afternoon under the auspices oi St. Cyprian's Parish Aux- iiary. Home-made cooking and candy will be sold, while ice cream and. af- .ernoon lea will be served. The Junior Guild of St. Mary's church held and most eii- oyable social at the .home of Mr. Ai- red Mitchell, last evening. An impromptu musical- prpgram, lonsisting of solos by the Misses Grist, Washbrook, Arnold and Messrs. R. Matthews and L. Grist, was thoroughly enjoyed, the accompanists i being .Mrs. Jackson and Miss: Arnold. Games oi various kinds- warp der, a bean throwing competition re- sulting in Mrs. C. R. Mathews, Mrs. Tiiylor, Miss Arnold1 and Mr. Mclrosc .securing the trophies. The ice cream booth was in charge of Saunders, Mrs. Karl, Mrs. Washbi'ook and Mrs. Jones. The neat; sum of was realized, which will lie used? towards a Sim- The Flower Guild hehf its annual meeting: yesterday afternoon 'in the day school library. 'with the president, Mrs. I P. .Conybeare, in the chair. j Miss Hatch read her yearly report as -secretary-treasurer. The report was'.niost gratifying and showed the afiairN. of" iltc-'Guiiu to be in spiciivini condition. The officers were elected as follows: Presideiji., I-1. P." Conyhearc. Vice-President Bawileu. HUDSON'S BAY CO. SATURDAY BARGAINS Men's Felt Hats Reduced to Here's a great opportunity, all this sea- son's stock and they're in every known shape of soft hats. Made (rom a fine fur felt in such popular colors m slate, steel, Lanberry elephant grey, aah, Colhert, French brown, and in fact a complete range ol' colors. Every size IB here and every hat is' well worth and J.1.00, but ns a special inducement for Saturday we., CO ftfl offer them at................. A Very Special' Offer in English 'Tapestry .and Carpet Squares Wbo does not know the hard wearing qualities oE the English Tapestry il'jgs, they will outwear, a Brussels at.the name a loug way On Saturday morning we place-6iir_.'en- tire stick of for two .days oaly. The patterns are emlneatly suitable for par- lor, den, bedroom ami-dining room. 3 x 3x3 3 x 314 Values will run high ID the Boot Dept. Child's Vici Strap Slippers A very "great snap, these to clear, but they come in sjzes 4 to 7- only, Per pair. 50c Men's GrtjCanviS Shoes AH sizes, and fittings .in these, stout leatlier' soles and leather fittings Per pair Men's Grey Canvas Bluchers Extra substantial leather, soles and strappings Cft Per pair I .UU Cricket Boots and Shoes Made from "a. fine white can- vas -with welted leather spies. 'Sizes half sizes from six to eight and.one-half QC Per J A Clean up in Girls' On. Friday and Saturday we are. offering a 'very smart lot. .of. Girls' and Ox- fords. come in vici and. tan calf and for, con- venience of sale'we. have., rang- ed thehi'isi two prices only; All fllzeB C1 OC regr All aizes, 11 to 2, reg. up to ?2.50 I I 3 Wgnen's Tin Cilf Oxford A very stylish line witli'Svelt- cd soles, and every size and fitting is in stock. Regularly good selling 53.60 line, Friday and Saturday CO 4C Ferpair........ Hot Weather Dresses Bargains at Muslin and ginghams are gathered together lu this range for Misses and Ladies' .fancy checks, in low neck styles with short sleeves; also a 'few In white raualln trimmed with Swiss embroidery or Torchon lace. Very dainty indeed for afternoon wear. All io clear at the QJ% one Bargains at This range Includes some very stylish models for after- noon or evening wear. Dainty, .muslin a, richly embroidered; striped and checked ;ginghamg, with square collais and em- broidered muslin yokes. Many of. these dresses are real good value at very special for Friday QC and Saturday 94ivv Sunshades 50c WILL YOU BE IN THE GREAT RUSH FOR THESE, SUNSHADES? They come in every possible color and shade, stripes, spots, fancy border and plain: colors, in great profusion and they are mouirted on a host of different kinds of stick. Well worth Sac Jl.OO and J1.25. All one price on Saturday wUC Shady Straw Hats for Girls, and Boys Great bargains these, straws of -all- weaves and. style, regular 35c and 50c values. AH one price Fri. Sat. Dainty Embroidered Sun Bonnets Very .fine raueliu daintily em- broidered, many'i of