Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
MUNOAYVJUNE 15, ISfll H 'iia iaM u K UA1I.Y II KIt A PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. THE LADIES' STORE Phone 453 Acidia Block Important Announcement Free Demonstration of Gossard Corsets Tuesday, and following days AYe Jinxo nnongcfj wilh the HrW Gpssmd ol Chicago, manufacturers of the famous Ftont Lacing Cojsuls, to gtyia liee deinunstraticiri alour store tomor- row and following days This is an announcement winch should interest eveij woman in Lelhbndgc is paiticulai about the kind of Corsets she wears. Miss Kelly, their expert cor- seliere, will arrive tonight, and will he ready nt our store i iton'iorrow. morning, with the complete range of Gossard v' styles' in every size and price procurable.' This is an absolutely free free ad- c, vice will be given as to the" corset best suited to your figure, and free fittings: of various models that you can wear with comfort and satisfaction. We strongly urge :'a bur store tomorrow'to consult with Miss Kelly, and whether-youWnie to look or to buy, you eqplly V. TRY AND ARRANGE TO CQME IN TflEMORNikti IF v POSSIBLE: New Summer Hats In Splendid Variety 51.00 New Ratines and Fells in the newest shapes and most becoming, models of just re- leased from the customs this morning and on dis- play for the Jirst time to- morrow. GRIM WORK OF CARING FOR REMAINS BILL 'NEXT WEEK London, June'15.--The gov- cpiiment's bill amend the Irish Home Rule 'bill will be iu- U'orluced next 'week, accord Ing to an announcement made to- day in the House of Lords by the Marquis of Crew'c, leader of the Liberal party in that Housfi, He added that the sec- ond reading of tbe Home Rule bill itself.' would begin oil June SO. ENGINEER KILLED IN WRECK June Sim- mon, an engineer was hilled and Sam Bryant, a fireman, was seriously in- jured in a collision between CincUi- nati-Xew Orleans and Texas Pacific passenger train No. 14, known as the "Carolina and two freight engines near here today. None of .the passengers were injured. T1SDALE FARMER DRAGGED :TO DEATH Tisdiile, Sask., June Rich- mond, a farmer, was killed while rid- ing a pony near Star City yesterday. After being thrown once '.he tied the baiter shank around Ilia waist. The animal threw :him, the knot tighten- ing and was dragged to death. An j inquest will be held. Doings in Okotoks Field Reports from Calgary today indi- cate, that Dingmaii well No. 2 has struck a heavy flow of, wet gas at 420 feet. Black oil is showing in the bal- Ings from the McDougall-Segur well. HINDUS ON FISHING TRIP Vancouver, B.C., June starvation facing them in- the face, the Hindus oa the Koniagatu Maru are fishing to replenish their larder. For Finnicky Appetites Or Natural Grape-Nuts and Cream This food supplies well-balanced nourishment in concentrated granules of rich flav- from whole wheat and barley. Scientifically prepared for easy digestion and ready absorption. Grape-Nuts contains, all the rich nutrition of. Hie. grains, including the "vital" phosphates, so essential for physical-mid mental strength. On the. tables of thousands of healthy, hul-particu- liir people the world over, you'll find (irape-Nuls. "There's a Reason" by-Grocers .everywhere. 1 Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor; ,0hi. O Phones Res.1115 ffice 1224 THE LATE SENATOR COFFEY Of -London, Ontario, who died on Monday night. CUPID TANGLES BALLOT Woman Will Wed Between Primary and Election Sacramento Col., Juno pro- hibition party; of California lias asked Secretary of State Jordan what com- plications will ensile if one of the women nominees for tho legislature from Los Angeles insists upon marry- ing after the primary and before tbe election, which would result in a change of name. The woman nominee has a mi nd to be married after the pri- maries and before the election, no mat ter what complications the law may cause. Jordan ruled that the woman must run in tho final election under tho same name as in the primaries, which, in this case, Is her maiden name. LONDON'S DISASTER FUND "NOT WIULING THAT "All Hope That We Should Be Saved 'Was Taken 'Twas not Thy will that ocean wr.vo Should bear to.dfiitli, with none to save, But man's free will the fiat gave Against Thy 'mil. 'Twas not" Thy. will Thy soldiers brave, Hid work multudinous to save, Should sink watery To do Thy will. 'Twas not Thy will that sue whoso life i Was given to rescue from the strife Of Sin and crime, where shame is rife. To do Thy will. Should fall 'mill thronging duties pressed, Though she had gained-a well-earned rest, And near Thy throne is fully.blest To do Thy will. Our God, our Father, bless, wo pray, This warning to tile world today, That ail may pray, while yet they may, Pardon" lo'r "sin! JFor sudden death prepare us all; Oh, give us grace on Thee to call At morn, at noon, and even-fail, And do Thy will. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Frceburger and i family are moving to Calgary this jweek'lo make their future home. ?Jrs. D. A. Taylor was hostess of a "delightful little thimble tec on Sat- urday. Mis. Fred filcnny and children left QU Saturday afternoon for Victoria, where they- MrilL. visit Mr. Kcimy's mother, airs. Japes Mr. and Mrs. expect to ,leave-tonight on.an extended trip to Europe. They ill visit Chicago. Philadelphia York en route. Mrs. F. N.cJspi! was 'the raison d' etrc of a .lea, which claimed Mrs. A.-riM. Lafierty as hos- tess on Saturday. Sixteen guests were hidden, and hostess was as- sisted at the tea flious by her daugh, ter, Miss MarcellahLafieriy, and Miss O'Hagan. The anthem, "Peace T leave with you" was- splendidly sung by the choir of St. Augustin's church last evening, the solo -.parts being well taken by Miss Freeman and Mr. Soai'is, as were also the duct by Miss Frtoman and Miss Dixon and the quartette ny theM-isses Freeman and Dixon and Messrs.. Soaris and Coop- er. Mrs. A. II. Diesctii entertained on Saturday afternoon .in. courtesy to airs. J. C. Brown, who leaves at the .first of the month to reside in Brit- ish Columbia. The house was pro- lusely decorated with vines and wild roses, and the wild rose design was carried out in the place cards at three small tables ivhere tea was served, the hostess, being assisted by Miss 'Dieseth and Miss Stella Brown. During the afternoon an enjoyable program of vocal 'and instrumental music was rendered, and Mrs. Wil- liam Mitford in a hear little speech expressed the regret of all present at Mrs. Brown's departure, and appre- ciation of her work, especially in con- nection with Central W. C. T. U. The affair broke up with the sing- 'ing oi be with you till wo meet again." Mrs. A. C. Bryan, who recently at- tended the general meeting in Toronto as delegate, save her report at the Woman's Missionary -meeting held in Knox church last week. The chief purpose of the gathering in Toronto of women from all parts of tbe Do- minion was to consummate tbe union of tbe Montreal Women's Missionary Society, the Women's Foreign Mis- sionary Society and tbe Women's Home Missionary Society. Tbe meet- ing was one of the largest in the his- tory of women's missionary work. Many of the speakers expressed liieir confidence that tbe amalgama- tion of tbe three societies 'would bo an illustration, of the fact that union Is strength, rejoiced that thu branches were uniting and preparing to do greater work, tho amalgamation being responsible for the awakening of tbe entire missionary interest throughout ine church. Each province .lias n .branch of its own, and the officers for the Alberta branch are: President, Mrs. McKit- loji, Lethbridge; vice-presidents, Mrs. McQueen of Edmonton, and Mrs. Mac- Williams of Calgary; corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. S, Stewart of Leth- bridge; recording secretary, Mrs. Keith of Red Deer; messenger secre- GROWS London, Juno 1fi. London's Em- press of Ireland's relief fund now ex- ceeds .Tuffray of Edmonton; strangers' sec- retary, Mrs. McNcely of Medicine Hat; press secretary, Mrs. Dyde ot Edmonton. Mr. H. S. Smith and Mr. Rich- ard Smith, ol Lancaster, England, are guests at the Kerr ranch- Rev. Cznon MurreH-Wright left this morning for Calgary, where be will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Hogcr. Hull, Mr. Joseph Jackson left today on a trip to' Minneapolis and will also visit at his home in Nebraska before returning, Mr. C. V.-Bennett, who has been a guest.with his mother, Mrs. E. Ben- nett, left for Kilnionton, today, Mrs. Bennett will remain- some time longer. Mr. Albert Ernest Shaw of Bur- dette. was united in marriage to Miss'Ruby Mellon of Sufiield, afc Me- dicine lla't. Rev. A. S, TUtlle, of Filth Avenue-Methodist ating Mr. and -Mrs. Shaw will reside in Burdette. Mrs. -Ai J.-Irving was hostess of an enjoyable -thimble tea on Satur- day in honor of Mrs. V. II. QHrriore, who is leaving the city shortly. Abuut twenty, -guests were bidden. a The Young Ladies' Bible class of Wesley church are-holding a picnic at Henderson LaJte .tomorrow afternoon, and they are. inviting the Young Men's Bible class. All are lo meet- at Mrs. C. E. Urandovr's, (JQ6 Tenth St., Sy at five o.'clock.. Those who find that hour inconvenient, go di- rect to Henderson Lake. Hudson's Bay Pretty Kimprias at Special Prices Exceptionally Welcome News Just Now Vogue of the summer Kimonns grows still broader, and fascinatingly is expressed in Hie variety of late types shown here. The first summer shipments have arrived and are on display in our Section. This collection is remarkable for value giving at and Dainty Crepe Klmon- as in plain shades of pink and pale blue, trimmed with fine lace around cuffs and. on neck' and front. High waist style with drop Crepe Kimonas in lovely flowered patterns on pink, blue and navy grounds. Bordered fronts, satin trimmed neck and sleeves Another line of Crepe, in plain shades blue and pink. Oiie of the prettiest styles we are showing this season'. Satin ico ftA trimmed -Crepe Kimonas in flue pink and blue pansy designs on ground.. Cut in high waiet effect and dainty piping of [link "satin Bu> your Whitewear al once when assortments are at Iheir best and prices so much in your favor. Call in and look over our slock. There' arc extremely good reasons for believing, despite contradictions' prancit, uill gne .a talk on the life toHlic contran, lhat during the death 01 Rev, Frederick few months the formal betrothal ot Princess Patricia of Connaught to! Wesley Ladies' Aid will not meet the Hereditary Grand Duke of Meek lenburg-Strclitz will he announced, says The Gentlewoman. Until this is done, it would perhaps lie rather in- tliis week. A joint meeting of the managers and session of Knox church will be discreet to make any detailed refer- held at 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening encc to liiis, but those'about, the vestry. Court, are well aware that the recent visit of His Royal Highness to -this country was to enable him to: meet the popular young Princess. It will he recollected that he was a member-of the King's house rparty at Windsor Castle for the Ascot iveck, .wheii he was constantly in the company of Princess "Pat." For j some time past the importance of the marriage of the Hereditary Grand Duke has been clearly realized, since he is the last of his line, and A Sunday school teachers' meeting will he held at the close of prayer meeting in Knox church on Wednes- ments for the annual picnic at Hen- day evening to make -final arrange- derson Lake on Saturday afternoon. BALLOONIST Danville, 111., LANDS SAFELY June Grand Duchy would then devolve upon the Mecklenburg Schwerin branch of the family. The young cou- ple arc well matched with regard to age, while His Koyal Highness will possess considerable wealth by the time lie is called upon to succeed his father, the reigning Grand Duke. It Iready rumored that this wedding will take place in Neu-St in the early part of but it is, of course, quite impossible to confirm this-at the time of writing.________ Will Henderson of this city received the j telegram today from his brother Oc- Clubs and Societies The Onward Bible class of St. An- drew's church will meet on Wednes- day evening. The regular monthly meeting of St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will be held in the church at 2.30 on Wednesday car Henderson, at Portland, Ore., that their brother Wilbur, who went up in the balloon Springfield there last Tuesday, had landed safely, in a "wooded and that it would take iifm several days to reach Port- land. The message received tild not state where the balloon had landed. OF -CROOKS TAKEN IN REGINA afternoon- All to attend. the ladies are asked special meeting of the of Westminster church Regina, Sask., June lo. The gang of crooks captured on Saturday even- ing and Sunday evening by the local police, is believed to be an organized gang, having headquarters at Fargo, N.D. Bu.Iard, '11.9 leader of the gang, ia in hospital, and expected to be tak- en before the magistrate in two or three days for a preliminary hearing on a charge of shooting. His record is being looked up. for tomorrow at three o'clock in the EMBEZZLED London, Ont., June Boul- LadioV ter> C.P.R. accountant has ad- called I miUed to embezzling of the church. All the ladies are asked make a point of attending. to St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor ill meet tomorrow evening, the in- termediate at 7 o'clock and the sen- ior at S o'clock. A full'attendance is urged. The monthly meeting o-f tbe Will- ird W. C. T. U. will be held at three company's funds. He blames drink and gambling. Terrible Tragedy North of Seven Had Been Drinking Medicine Hat, June homestead four miles nocth' ot Seven Persons was the scene ot an awful tragedy between four and- six o'clock this morning. Arthur shot his five-year-old boy. Earl, through the head while he lay and then turned on self, killing himself instantly, Dinnettt' father and ano-fchar mart had spent the night at his left to take the train about four a. m. About six o'clock a neighbor named Edwardson came OTOT on ft matter of business and found netz _and his boy dead. Besides 'having this Dinnetz Imtl bad a a hop Seven Persons which lo time through lailurc. Domestic troubles due to intemperate added to hlB anx- iety and 'his wife left him, folnf Id than leave boy the world he ardently' Montana. Rather alone in cided to end the lives of both., The coroner. Dr. Boyd, of Medicine Hat, with .Corporal Coastick, of'th'e Jocal mounted'police force, went oiit to investigate. Rev. S. J. Farmer, pastor of thd First Baptist church, Regina, has accepted a call to the First church, Brockville. tary. Fuller ton of Edmonton treasurer, Mrs. TvB. Mortal of Cal- gary; aupply secretary, Mrs. Carter of Calgary; literature secretary, Sirs. j Fifth Avenue Baptist church. All members and those interested arc asked lo be present. A pantry sale will be held at the j home of Mrs. Eighteenth j St., N., on Thursday afternoon in connection with St.. Andrew's Lad- ies' Aid. Refreshments will be served during the afternoon. The Wc-men's Auxiliary of St. Au- gustin's church will meet at 3.30 on Wednesday afternoon to hear the. re- port of the delegates.to the diocesan convention in Calgary and for other important business. A full attend- ance is urgently requested. Westminster Kpworth League will meet, tonight o'clock sharp at the church and proceed to the-ceme- tery, where the grave of the Rev.' Frederick Cory, a Methodist missionary, who was drowned in crossing the Old Man be decorated. Leaguers arc asked to bring Dowers, plants, etei itev. J. B. To-morrow is Market Day Bring a Basket Street Cars to Seventh Avenue and Fifth you're there TO THE HOUSEWIVES OF LETHBRIDOE Public Market tomorrow at the Bckslorra' Build- ing (The old Dry Farmlnff Congress Auditorium) will eclipse that o( Friday, and wo sincerely hope to Improve every Mwkat Day. The Mnrketmaster is doing his beat; the fanners have not at this season a very broad chance to send produce; and public demand? .haven't been demonstrated In comparison with, the supply. All tilings will adjust -themselves with patience and 'perseverance. We ash your aid and .indulgence. We-appreciate your cordial support thus far and solicit a continuance and promise, to do our level best to plense you. Como to the Market tomorrow. It will open at 8 but 10 o'clock will find everything in place, and hereafter we plan to bave everything in readiness at the opening hour. We shal) have dressed poultry, springVlamb, yearling mutton, young freah beef and choice lean pork, besides fancy dairy !and creamery butter, strictly fresh fancy potatoes, etc., etc., and we anticipate green .vegetables and canning fruit in quantities. Yours truly, J. A, SMITH, Markttmaitir. W. D. FINLEY, Secretary, Alioclati Boards of Trade, Sailing Agent for the Proriuceri.