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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOtt DAILY HERALD ELLISON'S OUR BEST FLOUR 'STRAIGHT FROM THE GRAIN FIELDS Afior It has passed through our mills and warehouses., lit .is sold to you. .with every y guarantee It IB all .that great bone, body and mind tmlidirig power. that good flour should always posBciis. t Get a sack an aid to yo'Ur health l; Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Whole Meal Bread The -Only Place You Can Get Dif- ferent. Healthful, rich, Nutritious Union Bakery Wm. Peebles, 14W, Cor. 8th Ave. and 12th SI. South. First Class Table Board 229-llth St., S Home Cooking TO COMMAND "ARCTIC" Jos Courtland of Montmasm hi been appointed to Command the "Ar tic." d CORSETS titfa "-h-r daaifned in many Diodcli, each closely ing the of some par- ticular type ol figure. Each model is made in complete iangevof ii'zes. Rarely indeed do ic woman who 'cannot be ilitted "jurt as if the corset (were nude for her alone." important thing is to fact the model that iiriu figure. If your hasn't the right he will it for you. If you are mteKataJ in (he new models, write for out free Kyle boot Crorapton CmM LinJlW ToroiU GAS AT FOR EDMONTON Edmonton, Edmonton .can have a municipal gag plant complete by one from September capacity of the plant would be cubic feet.psr and gas to the coniumer would cokt per cub- ,ic above figureR and Information the city co mm i IB! oners bj Gas Ehgin- oer James BrodJe.; "The'com- will digest "the: gas plant report, just suhmitted, send and re- commendation tof Mhe City Council. The City Council will digest- the '.Coramiagion- er's report and Bubmlt oy bylaw to the people; DRAYTONWILL NOT TAKE JOB Declines Chairmanship of Railway T.S. Meredith Favored Toronto, Ont, June 17 Ij L Drayton, K. C., corporation counsel of Toronto, has declined an offer of ;he chairmanship of the Railway Commission. Mr. Drayton's decision has come as something of a surp'rise. It is understood he declined to ac- cept the position for family reasons It is said Hon. Frank Cochranc, min- ister of'railways and canals, now' MILADI Office, "INO" PHONES: COMMON THINGS (Jive me, dear the magic com- mon things, Which all can sec, which all may share, Sunlight anil den-drops, grass and ic for Sarnia Mrs. K right will visit at her old hoiiic at Point Edwards, while Mr WrlghfVlll go eas! as tar as New York on a buving trip. Mrs. C. A. Stephens and Mrs. Or- r-i _hia semi of ft- announcMnent wjll take lace in July or Auguit ftt Kiel. The er, King George of Knilund, ami ie'Cnr Russia :riieet'tov discuss, B heads of the: most powerful of modern empires, a basis of lasting otce, which gives an event to history tore famous pcwlbly than, the meet ug oi! three emperors a century ago, blch emphaclied only a vauie In tie uropean wars. FIRE CAUGHT IN EL-OSO PLANT A fire broke out about two: o'clock is afternoon at the plant of. the 1-Oso Paving Co., near the approach the high level bridge. Some m- mmablo material boiled oref from mixer catching on flre m some Ktgtna, June 17 he issue fit the Section writs finds both paities in, good shanc for the tight servatives candidates in all con- stituencies hut one. In the remaining district, Milestone, the convention will he: hold'tomorrow. A. B. Whit- more, the present member, is in Rochester awaiting an operation and will not'likely he'able to enter the light It is expected either'T J How or Rouleau, or Sam of, .Yel- low .Grass, will be the candidate. Throughout the province the Conser- vatives have as good a class of can- didates as on any previous occasion and are confident of the' result.'1 At this early dale, it is impossible, of se, to get to actual fore- casts of the result but on the the opposition party is satisfied with the outlook. The government, on the other hand, sees ever) indication of success With :he advantage of first knowledge as :o the date-of the gov- ernment iorces were in a position to iomplete their organization before :he issuance of the writs ..and they thus gained tile first score over :heir opponents. Premier Scott in excellent shape for the ight, and will personally conduct the ampaign from this city. Independent andidates will form an important a'otor in the present campaign. There s an Independent candidate in Iwift Current against Premier icott, in addition to the straight andidate of the Conservatives, and another has taken the field in Arm River. Mrs. J. R. Anderson has as her louse guest, Miss. .Greenwood, of Ed- monton. Mrs. Wilson, of Pincher Creek, is a house guest nith Eaton 1 Mr. and Mrs. Allen .Jack have gone edbl to iisit at points in Ontario .Miss Fitzpatrick and Miss Stapel- Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Newton, Win nipeg, havc-'.issticd.invitations to the woman's marriage of their daughter, 'Miss Hrenda Newion, to Mr Ralph' Dou- glas, ofA Edmontpn, the marriage'to take place1 on ilune in Holy Trinity Church, Winnipeg, "Ven Archdeacon Form of- ficiating. Mr and Mrs C. C Chipman, 23 Rutland court, London, S. W., have issued invitations to the trrarriage of their daughter, Dorothy, Borradaile, to Mr Roswel'l Christopher Colt, at Si Paul's KnighhbndgX London, S.W., June 37, at half-: past 2 o'clock, and afterwards at thi- do Park hotel Manj Winnipeg people received mutations to this vcddmg, as the bride-elect lived manj ears in that n here her father was chief. "coninVissioner for the son's Hay compant. Mrs Rust and Miss Rust, of Tor- onto, who. ..are. guests with A ton, oi Macleod, are expected tomor- wun v. rnr fcw dm a with c D- Bianchard, are remaining until row to be guests for a lew s with Mrs J. Lee Johnston Mr Reginald 'tilarke, of Medicine Hat, formerly of this citv, spent the week-end with friends. here. Miss Vgnew and Miss Boles will entertain their. Siiijday school classes in knox ,school 'room tomorrow night. I Miss Tronklte and Miss Bonncll returned visit to the Cronkite ranch, south of Purple Springs. ol choir., vrill "cnjov'a picnic 10 the'rijVer bottom on Wednesdaj evening, when they will meet at the church at six o'clock next week. Mr. Gillis entertained at a theatre partv at the Majestic on Saturday evening. Those bidden were Mr and Mrs C. D. Blanchard, Miss Mewburn, Miss Rogers, JIiss Neale, Miss Rust (Tor- ontoj, Miss Pennington Mr. Ifcn combe, Lumsden Mr. Rogers Mr Mrs. F dimming will be a tra The attendants arid ushers of the Cumrning-MoLachlan wedding will he entertained at the Brown Betty on Wednesday aftsrndon bvv.the nride- elect, Miss Iteir McLich'lan Miss McLachlan -will be the and the groom will be supported by Afr Svdnfv ttav, of Ollgary The other attendant-; will be Miss GJadis Downer, Miss Helen Galun, Stiss Man Simpson, Miss Bessie Working Men It is your working attire that is called upon to withstand the est wear and tear, therefore this should receive special attention in its selection These Pants are strongly tailored from the best materials THREp Cord, Whipcord, or Cor- duroj. All full cuffrf, side straps and belt IROJW All seaina are double loops and buttons well fixed VKRY SPFr.iAi '.bnir.r "Whipcord Dark Brown Corduroy Bedford Cord Three Special Shirt Values THE BKiQNCIIO Pine heavy Itary: pockets, turn down col- lar, ail sizes 1414 C um- Kitzpatrick, chief justice, at noon todav Air Justice Iddingtoh in, par- tial dissent, declared' that the hill was an impossible one, but that its purpose might be carried out by some other form of legislation To the, fluestions regarding the interpolation of Quebec law the dourt decided bhat Quebec law does not render null loid mixed marriages no matter whe- ther performed bv a Roman i onlv Tne Junlor Ctuild of St Mars'; .Gladys. Helen, 'to- Mr Ralph will meet this oienmg with Mrs. A special, meeting .of the .congrega- tion of St. Andrew's church is call- ed lor Wednesday' evening Shantz, of this citv, the wedding to take place on Julv 8th Mr and Mrs P. are re- joicing over the birth of a daughter this morning; A unique coincidence is that thii is Mr Dodman's birUidaj and also his son's Mrs C U Brandow will entertain the Protheon club at a miscellaneous shower tomorrow evening, in honor of Miss Gladjs whose engage- ment has just been announced Mendelssohn's "Hear Mi Prajer" ,'ns exquisitely rendered by the choir ot Knox church at the evening ser- uce yesterday, Miss Lombard, of Minneapolis, a soprano soloist of ex- ceptional parts abtliti, taking the solo an National mxer cacing on re m som somc a way, with the result betwecn pm 'he tram and several empty coaches ight on fire, and a hurry-up call sent to No.'-l 'fire brigade: The fire did little .actual damage jotiier than to put it out of business lor a day, and the time the company's contract will be finished jj LONDON1BIG HORSE SHOW London, June The internation- al hone show opened .at Olytopla, this morninn, and will continue until June 29. Judgo VV. H. Wajfer Win ans and Miss Moua 0unn, a Canadian, are. leadlni tho. (nun-itlntlc oihlbi- tors. I the yards oi the Union Station here. Mrs. John Miss ;Eth- el Cummmg, of Calgary, will arrive in the citv tomorrow for the Cum- ming-McLachlan nuptials, and during congregational meeting w ill be in Westminster .church: this eveu- their stay will be house guests Mrs. J. F. Gumming with Mr and Mrs W N Le Page, ol Vancomer, were week-end guests with Mr. and Mrs 0 A Little en route held ing The Brotherhood of St of St. "Augustin's church will meot this' evening. Miss Kinlav> will Make ;.the topic, 'The Song of. at the-West- minster Epworth League tomorrow evening "The Keep Sweet Class" taught by Miss E, 5rny, -won the banner for at- tendance at Weslnrlnstcr Sunday school yesterday, having had 100 per cent attendance for the, past month; The Ladies' Aid of the First Bap- tist church will meet at three o'clock on Wednesday afternoon m the church) maruage law unanimous fmr'ing of Court as, by Sir Charles'ois.on to the privy council. is the almost or Protestant clergvman The goy-' the Supreme orppient at once appeal the de-l NEW MINISTER FOR TABER At a meeting of Hie Macieod Pres- bytery held this afternoon in church it was decided to sustain the call to F W Mahaffy of Parry Sound, Ont, to become minister of Knox Presbyterian Cruhch, Taber at a salary of por jear with free manae and one month 3 holidays each year. Rev. A G Ciimeron, the mod- erator of the Taber chuich, acted as chairman and the sustain :he call moved by J D. Hlglnhoth- am, seconded by Rev W Major Douglas of.Taber was present at the meeting and pointed out-that the call to Mr Mahaffy was unani- mous. Arrange'ments will -now be made for the Induction of Mr. Ma haffy into his new charge P parlors A full attendance is re- quested A ten cent tea will served at six o'clock. Jn spite of rain storm and Saturday" alter- to Europe, where they mil streets on three months Mr U is the in- noon ihe ladies of St.'Cyprian's aux- venior'jof the. famous bears his name. blue, which illary, held a very successful panttj sale and realized the neat sum J34. Mr Lumsden, of the Bank of Montreal staff, has resigned his'pjv The booths were 'in charge of the follow tilt, J sition and leaves on Wednesda; morn- Pantry Miss Shirley and Miss Ing to spend a couple ol weeks injstewart. Calgary and before going to the CoIumMii will "reside in future. where he Mr. and H. A. Wright and family, led moraing' for Duluth, where tkty will tall "on lae liarnion- Sale Mrs. Wellington and Mrs. Hay. Tea (J: R. Young, Mrs. H. Rhodes, Miss 'QeoghegAn Telfei Majr, Mrs Boyd Mrs. McMlllcn, B FROST PREDICTED FOR MINNESOTA Juftb With the therm writer registering 48 degrees at 7 a m loday, and a Btlfl blowing from the Mfn neftpolls had the coldest June 17 known in the history of the local weather bureau.: -To-add- to the comfort frost Is predicted for tonight, and officfdl predictions offer no re- lief from the frigid temperature bt- fore Tuesday afternoon. According to ;Pur8elI, tohlghl'i frost will: not be nor even, but: local weather "coords show, that! froat .hud never been knoun In Minneapolis at this season. and .Better Bread i, will result'of: your baking, if you use, Whllo Swan Yeest Cakes, Your grocer keens 5c pack- nges of six cnkes. .Send today, for free sample White Swan Spices Cer- eals, Limited, Toronto, Ont. ENJOYED SERMON BY MR. WATSON LARGE CROWD HEARD ELOOUINT. PREACHER AT THE FIRST CHURCH The First' Church crowded congregations at. both 'ser- vices yesUMai. At ser- vice Rev A C Watson actinc pastor' of the church delivered a clear exposition on the of' God, Mr. dlsc'ourae to with close attention by a cjipaclty congrejatlon ,Mr, Watson In part' referred to the 'varying at- titude of men to the (lories of nature about them, many being so infrosied In the- strutde for1 superfluities of eilitence as. to have no capacity for any mental or religious response to the glories of nature The sane man cannot realize man stands todaj upon the summit of the hill of time without knonlng that the Great Spirit of the enterual moves In it all Idtaysusa WINDSOR ru csa't mwnablr eiptct to luke a Iwlit, J.tT picoml, illltc k (fitly, lunpriid Mllcr. the gUndby in Cuntdtatt indus belt It'a pwe in4F n t "cake PnuiUr (or th< table, for Ivlkinj. t _ SJJ ;