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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ri ,13, "Mill. DA1JLV -'AJ'----- V "MILADI" EDITED Office t ''1224 Residence 620 Mrs. E. A. Sharman will not recelve tomorrow. Mrs. Hugh JIcBeth will not receive tomorrow iigain autumn. formerly until Mrs. J. F. Simoson will not receive tomorrow nor again formerly September. until Mrs. J. M.CAitken will 'recei've to- morrow afternobn for the last t time tnis season. Mrs. DeVeber her daughter are home from a few days' visit in Mac- leod. They are entertaining Mrs De s neice, Mrs. 11. E. Milliard of iMacleod, for a few jUjs Yroornan '.is entertaining a attractive visitor, Miss Gilmore, oMVirinipeg, who arrived in the city .Monday to spend several weeks a, g'test at the Vrooman home. 'Mrs. i V. Galhvan accompanied by hej two children left yesterday for spend the remaind- er? of tie "with Tier parents, tefore returning home Dr. Gallivan's paints will visited. f Between, the hours of-four and six o'clock Saturday afternoon yon are invited to come- to the tea the Home Jlfesicnary Society of Knox church win hold in the lecture for the ibdnefit of the, Vegreville hospital. Jjon't forget to bring your thimbles for jou'll need them. "3 members of Knox church choir, numbering about thirty, are holding their annual, picnic at the river bot- tojjis this evening. Automobiles loan- by members of the congregation convey the., .jolly crowd to the picnic grounds 'between five and six' 0'Clcck, f is such a beautiful day that the promises to be for aiTout of 'door feteBoj we all glad to highness rain.mppt any time, we plead with that pone his parly which, .given on. the Mrs. "A. B. Stafford was the hostess tea, yeeterday afternoon In honor of the bride-elect, Miss Aiznie Stafford. The ver- andah wae arranged most invitingly here the guests were received -by-Mrs. Stafford, who wore a becoming gown of crush- ed rose taffeta, and 'Miss Stafford looking; exceptionally pretty in a lin- gerie frock- of palest blue eyelet em- Jiroiilery. ,The tea table was arrang- ed -at one- the porch -and was' .decked with a shower pink and white carnationfc. Mrs. J. W.' Stafford poured, wearing, a lovely sown, of be.be satin and large" 'natural milan chapeau wreathed with full blown yellow roses. A trio off pretty' girls, Misses 'Phyllis Stafford and Jessie McBeth, all in- the of sumtner' as- sisted. Miss MacKay, .wearing.- a smart foulard gown of golden brown and white with bandings of brown panne gold, presided at; the attractively punch table, which was adorned with a bouquet of variegated sweet peas. After the refreshments had been serv- ed Jliss Ault read the girls' tea cups and it was surprising" to 'note the eag- erness the young matrons and engag- .ed girls .present sought this clever young lady, just as if they didn't know who "the man in the case was to be." The guests included: Misses Hen- derson DeVeber, Vrooman, -Mewburn, Edna Henderson, McLachlan, McEeth, Hlginbotham, Jessie .McBeth, -MacKay, Ault, Hardie, ..Cavanah, Mc- Leay Freeman, Gertrude Stafford, 1-ves, Gilmore' (Winnipeg, Irene Mc- Lachlan and Mesdames McLelland, Fleming, Seatle and Milliard (Mac- and one or two others. VARIED BRITISH Laurier the Chief Topic of Discussion-Opinions Differ London. June Daily Mail Claresholm News PRESS COMMENTS Conybearca Fine Speech-Farmers Want Rain-Demonstration Farm says .that the Declaration of. London >Jyt. wj" .be through parliament r lent a touch of., liveliness the'sliick -week following the Coron- ation unless Sir Edward Grey's pres- ent plans are upset. The Imperial- Congress ol the GiaucTLodJLe of the Knights of been assembled has the for-, the last three days, to Conference spent cable 'questions. today. The Times, town. Ou the first afternoon it is understood .that Grand Lodge busi- ness was transacted and on Monday discussing' evening there was a grand oanquet iven by the menfoers of the Loca BOARD MEMBERS I A RUNAWAY Dr. Gordon Narrowly Acci- at Lille menting ou Sir Willrid Launer's at- titude towards international difficul- ties says: "The fact of ing liberty to choose her own course- in peace and war does not alter the fact that her libertv in every other- respect is guaranteed to her by the strength and security of the empire, _ as a whole and whether or not she 1 does her shaie in maintaining that security is a matter purely for her Lodge to the visitors at which there were also present representatives of the and board of trade The evening was much enjoyed, songs being interspersed. The feature'ot the evening was the C.. P. Conybeare He traced the on- MOVE PATIENTS TO PONOKA; ASYLUM June passenger department of >the Canadian Pacific is completing arrangements for the tranrportation early m July ot an majesty ,to post- unusual party 6C. travellers, '.after the'garden -Early. next month the asylum at Ponoka will be ready 6t Patrick's and all the demented persons from ctturch Sodality I Alberta who are now in the Brandon Uids -TheUilners' Band will i institution uill be transferred to the Cp" r entertain the andcthe mem- bers of the SodaUtv will serve delic- iojus refreshmenta consideration. The of Wesley Aid Society yesterday's re- gular weekly session "decided to meet regularly throughout- the summer. Here is a body of energetic women iviio tMnk-taey don't need a summer's rest fromf church The society is' busily preparing' for the Talleat sale .that, "will be held in September, and 'each. -Wednesday afternoon the mjembera gather to sew for that extent VAt, the conclusion cf the af- ternoon dainty -refreshments were eerved ,'by Buchanan Mrs Alien end Mrs., Broad, The hostesses next week -Mesdames Courtice, new building. The Canadian Pacific authorities ex- pressed the wish that the unfortun- ates shonld.be transported, in. bodies, perhaps twenty a the experts stated that it would be muih easier-to the, num- ber at oue time, and this will be done. The asylum authorities have asked, that old style cars should he sup- plied. have, in place of the cloth blmcis of the present day, a shutter which can be tastened down seciuelv. Foi a number of the own choice." Discussing the navies of 'the' over- seas dominions, the Times says "However much this country might have preferred to maintain _the unity of the imperial navy under sole con- trol of the admiralty unimpaired, yet we must all know, strive to under- stand, sympathize-with and make the best of the desire of certain of the dominions to develop fleets of their owTiv The best wav to do this is to encourage and promote interchangi- bility of officers and men throughout of the order from the Mj thologiciil characters and showed how the-.order had helped to weld all the fleets which own a common Ineudship in the States alter the Ci- vil War. It was a striking and nothing finer has been heard in .Claresholm.-T.V.WvQuayle acted as toastmaster. Yestcrda> 40 of the Kmphts of Khorassan arrived from1 Letfibridge and ni the evening helped in the proceedings At 7 30 there was a grand parade headed by the Clarcsholhi: Band which proceed- ed around the town and the costumes of the Knights ;werc much admired. The visitors leavt- today. The trades- men in town "had their premises nice- 1> decorated. Yesterday local squadron of Al- sber'a Rangers left lor camp at Cal- gary They numbered over 50 and the officers were Major C James, Capt Braren "and Lieut Westnrore. No doubt the boys will return in fine military shape Claresholm. to Mr. and allegiance to "the crown." The Morning Post, .discussing Sir Wilfrid Launer's resolution _ on, eign treaties which comes before the conference tomorrow, says Can- ada gives tariff concession to the United States obliged" under ancient British treaties to extend the, same to about a dozen other, foreign' "i v, 'JMrs Charles Booth, a daughter. has been decided not to hold any countries, hampers 'herff- of negotiation Tf UIJli jwvunu--, T. j c -AT- 3- -5-- sports on Coronation Daj, as ion -were released .from these .treaties Vii Mnr British free traders would no doubt have the .satisfaction of feeling- tha't the British preference of the Cana- dian tarifj was diminished .under the reciprocity agreement ih not on- ly ol their American' cbmpe'tit'brs but of several other, nationalities as well. But tfcVt would be poor for the abandonment of tap imperial idea." which the Canadian govern- ment was the earliest chajaaplon." The. Yorkshire: "London CQT- rcspo.iident maintains ,that ,thc Sir Wilfrid is l higR coramissioneishapT patients this not be necessary, but there are a few for Avhom special precautions will'have to be taken. In all, there will be in the com- pany 170 persons, including the nurs- es and the "docton. is a canard. "While hves." he "Canada wall have no other Laurier could not if he Mould, abandon his party on the eve of the moat doubtful and fiercely con- tested eleotr-on Jie for a dp- cade He is the last man Canadian, Conseivatncs are likely to select as spokesman for the Dominion of CAJ-- ada. Ihe Glasgow Herald says: "If tariff barriers are to he partly thrown down communication between the prairie pi ovinces and the western states will become more intimate, so many have expressed their intention of going out oi town Thus there will be sports till the Fair m (August. We have had slight thunder show- ers in the past "two that have tielped to growth. Farm- ers are a for rain and three da> s or "before the first of July jvould jixake them smile C. S. Hotcukisv-is-here to- superin- tend the laying out of the demonstra tion farm Alreadv lie has had a large part of it broken, gravel from the creek, has hauTed ior the foundations ol tne' buildings. The? building tull face the south end of Shelver stieet Without doubt the neat layout 01 the farm will raise the value of town lots contiguous thereto. rthe Herald) S.-rT'he proceedings of were-enllv-. ened up-by'the'exciting experience of a runaway at one o'clock this morn- ing when the -board and accompany- ing party were- returning to Frank from .a ;trip to the LiHe mine, which kept them to a late hour. Coming down the road about a mile from town a team driven by Mr Richardson, the liveryman, be- came the breaking of a j singletree, cau'sed by the wheel strik- ing a slump at the side of the road. The team broke'-away from thexdriv- and running dpwn the road came upon the team being driven by Dr. Gordon, and it is owing to his exper- ienced- horsemanship that a serious accident was averted; Seeing the sit- uation he at xwice .pulled his team aside just in..time .tq avoid a collision of the runaway ,team and his own rig. AJ.Carter and ,J. O. Jones were oc- cupants of the stranded carriage and Jones suffered a slight sprain of ono! knee as a result of his jumping from I carriage. The team was found j tnis morning wandering about the big rock .near .town but were not seriously injured. The session this morning is dealing with the state- ments and -pertaining tc the Lille mines. CREW'S COOLNESS SAVED PASSENGERS Ky., June 15. Quick THE STANDARD ARTICLE SOLD EVERYWHERE For making scan mi i....... Vciosei8, plifilPlllCi for man poses EW.GILLETT XOMPANV I_IM IT eo TORONTO.ONT SHORTER ROUTE TO MONTREAL L. Lowrv, of the steamer John LOUTV, saved the lives of 65 people earlj'todar when the boat was burn- j Sineers Montreal, June 15. Statements made at headquarters indicate "that Canadian Pacific Railway officials fully expect to have their new grain line from, Victoria Harbor, .on. the Georgian Bar, to Montreal in com- i mission bv the time this year Vwhcat L. l _i croo is ready to .be .moved. The en- of the construction ed opposite Snuthlaad, Ky., m the Ohio River. Crowded with 50 excursionists and ork state that good progress :s "be- ing made and that if the-prefentirate is maintained the new line will be in a crew of 15, fire broke out near the I operation early m the fall. The _ f li-n.-v i l! vnnOVI 4-HA rtf engines. from .sleep the-pass-1 engera decks in nearly a> -rt rt-M rt J 1 4-Virt n line will mean the saving of crable tim'e and expense in the hand panic only the coolness of At Arthur is -boatmen -prevented a heaw loss of "B 1- fife Captain Lowry immediately ea 'Soimd b-F water aod all hands escaped" FIRST TRAIN OITT SUMMER TTME. V IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME YOU WILL ADD MUCH TO-YOVR JOYS IF f OU EQUIP YOURSELF WITH A SUPPLY OF OUK SPORTING GOODS. WE KEEP THE BEST IF YOU ARE GOING TO "CAMP COME IN AND LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH A HUNDRED THINGS YOU HAVEN'T YET THOUGHT OF. YOU GO FQR FUN. WHY HOT HAVE IT j Stafford-Agnew Co. _ >_______i "M you live out of town, write and it is concei'.able that Winnipeg and Brandon uill look'more to -Chi- cago ana St Louis than-tV anJ Toronto Such danger remote, but not and he guarded" MY- far as possible( any" grievance westerii farmers may think they have endured benefit of eastern cities.''' r Laboucherc's paper Truth says "Lanner's non-committal attitudje on nearly proposal' brought before the conference for closer co-operation of the various dominions of the em- pire has come as a surprise both to the Canadian and The- principal I iberal papers 01" Prince June an epoch in the history of I the" city and Western Canada. The Montreal and" are" rating firat G-. P. passenger train to leave pa the main line going east left p.m. with.SOO-passengers and of freight. Trains will rvija. regularly a week to 'and fypm Copper River, 100 miles east, as the track is ready for service. trains will meet the steamer from Vancouver, also river boats. The first passenger ticket was bought Arth- ur Little of Vancouver. He has been 'Offered big sums for it. A iblg'crowd gave the train a send-off. W.A CAVE IN: WO ONE HURT 'The progress upon the new theatre that is being built by the Alberta JJoan and Investment-Co., on Round j, was stopped this morning by. the premier-soundly for throwing cave.ln The dirt on north gide cold'douche on overtures made J caved in as they were about to put Kin? As the Montreal Witness i in the concrete foundation, but for- points out, Canada must either move towards or away from the empire. Any weakening of the British tie means dependence in another direc- tion. an open land fiontier of some miles separating her from- 9, powerful neighbor times, the population with twelve Canada had better not talk ot independence just vet-" BALLOONIST FELL While trying to come Mown from the balloon that" he-was in at Mac- leod, on balloonist travel- Ing three ribs lie pulled' the cord Co., fell and escaped witn only break- ing tsree ribs He ml led the cord that should have worked the parar but it refused to, work and he overbalanced and tell a distance, .of about forty feet. He arrived In town hie morning with the company, which' wJ3! perform here tonight, and Is ro- ted be with ease. timately tbe workmen managed to escape. W. R. Virtue has the con- tract for the excavation went to work and are the .trench out again. his men digging The Montreal Hebrew Free Loan Society has been organized with 000 in the-treasury GET JAIL FOR IMPROPER CONDUCT Nelson, June J. Matthew, of Blalrmore, where -he says he has wife, family'and ranch, was today sentenced to six months for indecen- cy. LIXE! Here is your opportun- ity to get a high class musical instrument at A WEEK BUY A VICTOR. NOW! PIANO CO. Phone' 7f1.' Dom. Ilk k" NEWS; (Special 'to the Cranbrool, B. C June of the I F and Bisters of Rebecca arc now m session here. There are ovei J.50 delegates in at- tendance. Representatives are pres- ent troffi, niacticallj every lodge in the province local'lodges are making every effort to provide for entertain- ment of tlielf- guests, were form- ally welcomed oa behalf of the city, by Maydlj a public meeting in the n'iiditorium last evening. The cit} authorities are in receipt of the .sanction of. the Provincial Board of Health for the installation of the. system. It expected "that "with ordinary luck the business portion of the town will have the benefit., of the system before the winter. to thence t Mrs Michael Waller, of Morning- ton, "was badly injured in a run- away. Edward Carr, for threatening to shoot, was sentenced at Belleville to 22 months, and Robt. Lawrence, bur- glary, to, four years. Montreal by way of Toronto, a total haul 460 miles. When thL O; A., auditorium on Thursday afternoon, June loth at 4 o'clock for the purpose of dealing with the present svstera "of cluo man- agement. (Signed) IDA CONYBEARE, Sec.-Treas., gro Tern, and for HE JOB DEPARTMENT of the Herald is especially well equipped to handle thii.clan of work to your tatltfaction. We do a great deal of a complete stock of the.correct ire with proper forms. It is always advisable to place your ordsr well if you can. But we turn out ali work promptly, and if you are in a hurry we will do our best for you. For prices and all particulars call at, or address The Herald Job MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENJION. PHONE 1252 PINCHER You will not'te quired, to sight far into the future after you have investigated the location of Pincher City and the immense rich district tributary, which has one of the best crops in the history of the try in-sight, to see that now is the time to secure Pinches City property. Tpu can mafe i trip of at our. and ii you do not thintjt is the best you have Inspected in Alberta'we will .not ask you to in- vest. We do not ask you to buy Pincher .Cityproperty. off, the blue print, it is so much better than what it looks outhe map, that we rather defray expenses to personal investigak- tion than to tenipt to tell you its advantageous location, wonderfiil resouxces, development, and so muny other ini- portant points in its favor. Don't put off investigating, now is the time to invest, -ijirPineher City. Train leaves here at 3.20p.m. Toucan? return same even- ing. Call and arrange for trip of inspec- tion. H, GAIVIN COMPANY Ott Block, LETHBRIDGE Phone 1425. ft ill ;