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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Safiinlny, Millie 24, "MILADI" EDITED BY it j Residence "MllftdUtplumn" tilt Led .iliil 1 nt-siiie jt is iclucl met, and i eg rut fclio li> leaving .UsUibridKe and severing licr connection 'with Uiis paper The West in .famous for Us hospi- tality to strangers, but I don't (lieic it a lUsturii citj tliat ex- tends ''a welcome and ills pltUi move tutorial in nuxtoinu tlwri' Liithliridge, i 'I he women, of sijenyil fj j appreciate llitu special section ii and liavc helped feitath iti mailing if u huttess With ieu exceptions the qf the city httvo givcirhmvfi willingly nnd contributed many, ituins without 'solicitation, ,1 do hope' every-'woman will con- tinue her interest in the column and assist the new society--editor us nvucli iis for yon all know there is not much bft whirl in tho summer, sh'it-will difficult fot anyone, to mnlie interest- in she rerphcs the lhal; "was'''accordeil me fast summer. f' do" 'lose trnek my many- LeUibridgc friends so eacl ccK there be a Lclhbndgc soc'a! column in the Tclegiam also an column "UNO." nooting '.it nllernoon Mrs f-cttetly, will tho leport of the Lonvention at Onlgnij and them utll bo u bhoit progiiiin and diheus- The annual picnic of the children ot St Sunilaj bchbol Ulucti was to, have been held'this afternoon, has Itticn postponed on accoiint of the weather and will take place tuo from today, llov. T. P. Perry united: in, marri- age, ,il the C f Wynian ranch near Mngrath, Soinuerj.' Mar- tin, of -Now Dayton, 'Grace Pare II. CHURCH SERVICES Fifth Ave Baptist Church (North C U McKmnon, piBtor MOrning acivico, 11 am, sub- WImt Is It to Uo a Christian lo School at 3 p.m. Evening Bervice 7 30 p in subject, 'Th0 Abused Clnlst Mrs keabaloorn elng, 'I Shall Know Him" in Swedish at Cade, of Welt Ilopo, N before .1 numlicr of intimate friends and icla C0i lives of .the young people. The bride' evening ser1 ice Strangers TSG! Sirs. .Robert Ollmoce, of, London On.t., is visiting Oil- in of c. Mr assistant accountant at the Hank of'Montreal, left this after- noon to three weeks -with fnen Is J'i Winnipeg j Miss SloKcs, has, been visiting Mrs D A Slmiison'thi1) reek, re- turned to her home'in Calgary this afternoon. Mrs M Evans and children will ictiirn next Tuesday front California, tliev been spending the last flic or months' Mrs F C Davics, of New Rock ford, V D uho has been the guest 01 "Mrs 0 T Latbrop for seieral left jcstcrdij afternoon on Hie local to meet Mr Danes at Calgarj Sirs J Young was in the titv today to meet'.her Leah, returned ithis afternoon from Calgarj, v nerc she Ins ing Hilda's College father accompanied her to Magrath and v (is present .it the which was celebrated at' the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs C F Wjinnn The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's church, intend giving a musical evening on Thursday, June 20', 'at the home of Mrs. J. W Sixth- street to which 523 all will be welcome. The ladies have al- ways made a 'success, of these .occa- sions, ami all who attend, this, event! will be assured of one of the most enjoyable events of the season. as some of the best local talent of the city lias been secured for the occa- sion. The ladies will give further no- lice of the details of the programme The Women's Missionarj Auxiliary 01 Wesley church mil hold an open A- most enjoyable was given For Miss Annie Stafford cstcrdat afternoon bj Mrs J W Stafford, whose pretty home was de corated bouquets of car nations and masses of Tl ftan.e was plajert at four table's am the platers ncre, Miss Staffoid, Mis 'atteson, Mrs Scatle, Mrs Fleming Mrs., McLelland, Miss McLachlan >hss Hatch, Miss Aitken, JNcwcas Miss lOtli, Mtss lesiic Macbeth, Miss Ha lie, Anna Patteson, Miss ndiJUisB -Irene: Mcbachlan. At the conclusion of the afternoon a rtaintj two course menu was carried ir tlio chosen colors, green and white was served at the card tables, and Wesley T. P. Perry, pastor, will preach at both services Momlng subject, Even ing subject, "The Light ot Life Sim- day Sehool and Bible Clauses at 3 Dm All welcome to all services Flrtt Church ..of Chrltt Service will be held at the usual place, Bocond floor of the Boyal Baiilt build ing. Subject, "Christian Science." Knox ter, Rev.. A.: M. Gordon. ]i a.m.- ser- vice, celebrating the Coronation. Sun- ilay School will meet at 10.50 a.m. to attend church service, in a body. 7.30 evening serviced Bible Classes at 12 o'clock. All are cordially welcome to all services. The musical numbers be as Different arrange ments of the Coronation Anthem "The King Shall Rejoice in Thy Strength, O will be sung, one by Cuthbert Harris and an arrangement by Albert Ham, Mus. Doc., of Toronto, composed in honor of-the coronation of King George and Queen Mary and dedicated to tho Hon. J. M.-Gibson, Lieut.-Gover- nor of the Province of Ontario. Mr. G. E Fleming will ting at the evening service, "Pear Not, O Israel' (Dudlej MR. BORDEN ATMACLEO (Special to tho Herald) June I weather, B, L. Borden, the'Conscrv tlve leader, and his party, got a got reception hcrt today, Ills train rived about Lid-mid the party w conveyed to the town hall In'can-lag The. meeting was' to have boon he at'a farmers' picnic but owing'to tl wet weather It hold In the hi instead. The little hall was packe mid the'audlcnce'gavc Dr. lioche ai Mr: norden, were the chl speakers, a good hearing. M. C. M of wts chairman and o him and the Do den party were: John Herron M.P Hobt. Patterson M.P.P., Dr. -Milbu; E.: Glass, J. store and others.. The meeting startei about two o'clock., A. F. McFadden of the-United Farmers o presented an address to Mr Qorden''making the usual demand that' are -being made of him by th farmers everywhere hi the course o his tour IMPRESSED WITH ALFALFA CROP William Hunter of 'Moscow, Idaho spent yesterday in the city f lilting 0 T. Lathrop. In :the afternoon they motored out to the Fairfiold farm ti Bee the alfalfa crop- and Mr. Hunter said that he was simply amazed a the'growth of He thlnki It should soon be one of the staple crops in this-district, as the crop which he Inspected'yesterday is much ahead of the Idaho crops, and Idaho Is considered to' 'be one the best alfalfa states in the union. Mrs.'-Scntle was awarded both game, and lone hand favors, the desk brass pin and a filigreed sil- ver scent bottle, assisted by Mrs The hostess was A. B. Staflord who presided at the lea table and Mrs Kean and Miss Gertrude' Stafford; CRYSTAL BALACE 'TO Bg, SOLD Yoik, June Ci-jstal Palace, nhica ioi more than half a ceniurv 4 has1 been England's great show place, Is about to mast thejate of.New York's .Mad- Garden ,H Is advertised for saler in nounce'mcntg sent to-real es in this country as well aa in Great Britain The propel U includes- about 700 acres valued ot an even million dol- lars. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA good for Growing Girb Md Boyv-md they like ll bodw nd maid them healthy and itraag. Cowan's Coco, you pi your u abtotatcljr pure. ItnUioow Unc ptaiired I? th; UK ttlM tnH.iUMVbkii.kil. Met to .pm tV. DoYowUie Cowan'i Cocoa? m THEAVEATHER Edmonton, cloud) 75 13 Calgarv 70 51 lethhridgc, clear 18 77 55 Winnipeg cloudj 6li 5S Port Arthur, cloudy 54 4g Kamlooni, fair 75 JQ Velson, raining g3 Ram has fallen in am) nor- thern park ol Saskatchewan, but in other parts of the prairie provinces has been fair uncr- JBuck.) Weitmlniter -pastor wjll preach at Tboth. services. -Morn- ing subject, "The Man ot the Hour.' Evening, "Social Sympathy." Sunday School and Bible Class as usual at three o'clock. Church of Jeiui Chrlit of Litter Day School'1030 am at Knights of Pjthlas Hall. Fifth St i' First Baptut W A Leautt Mojnlng special sermon fpr children Eipnlng.subject 'The Stair- "ay and. Its Landings" 8t Paul's First ser vices held at the home of'Rev C Grant, No 318 Fifteenth St South There DEATH OF MRS. ROBT. NAISMITH The death occurred this afternoon orMargaret Nalsmifcb, wife of -Robert Niiismlth. a farmer-livinE about four miles south east of- here.' Deceased was 53'years: of-age and a native-of Scotland. .The': funeral' will take place on Mon- day'-mprning-att'eleven 'o'clock -from the farm to the public cemeterj Hev W: W. iBryden will'.'onlciate.- .The-fnn. erar is under direction of-.Under- taker R G. AdrtisoTl CENSUS FIGURES COMPLETE BY END OF MONTH commisskiner ue no ices Sundaj, June the pastor will preach at Tahcr Sunday School at the us ual thiie, 2.30 p rq. Wednesday .cate- chism 'Clasi at 4 SO There be no meeting for Bible tjidy on Wednesday' evening St Aujustin's Church of England 8th St and 2nd Alenue iolj Communion Sim Mating 11 m Choral Eucharist (1st 1 Sundaj School 2pm Evensong 30 p m Wednesday evenfhg aer Ice at 8 p m Rev J E Murrell Wright Rectory-212 Sth St-South. i St Andrew's Church (Preibyterlan) W W Bryden, B A, pastor ublie .worship at- 11 a.m. and 730 in Sunday School a t 9.-15 Adult ible Class at 4 p m elcome. Visitors made ;etic disturbance is noa centered the northern and western parts of thi cool, with showers toda, and Siinila; _ and ModcJ- ite warm and unsottlcd, with occa- sioriiil snOM'crs. COWLEV FARMER SAYS St Cyprian's of Eighth Avenue and Eleventh St So Services: Morning Prayer 11 a.m. Ev- ensong at 7.30.p.m. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 p m Holy Bap tism at 4 pm llojjf Communion let and 3rd Sundays at> 8 SO o clock 2nd and 4tl] Sundays at 11 ocjock sen ice Urotheihood of St Audreys meets Tuesday eiening in the at 8 oclocit W V SIcMillen, lector, address 650 Sixth St. South. St Miry'i (Church of Corner of and Nanton stiects, North Ward. Holy Communion 2nd ed In tfieir "repirts" The'Remainder, moat of whom workirig'-'in7 rurt] be'-flnisheduduring'.the coming iweek' and MnmSiWon ei pects; to in shape to Ottawa by.Juiy 1. Mr, Gibbon states that the enumera have experienced 'very littlb trou- ble in" getting'the filled :in the-city, and so !np person has re- fused the hecessary information. How- ever there are. a few atragglers .scat- tered about through the city, whose names have not.yet been secured, and the .census, commissioner is anxioi that these shall' notify 'him withoi S Uie manufactur crs there" HULL BLOCK COMPLETED Tho, new Hull block is finished and some of the "stores and suites of offices are alrcadj occupied IT ISN'T BOGU Banden Bros are today moving into their Hue store on the east end ot the bllitamg Two of the offices CONTRACT LET FOR The contract for the grading of ihc race track at tho fair MS awarded yesterday afternoon to John Brodlc at twenty four cenis per cubic yard. It has been estimated .that there are 10.000 to move so that the track will oost the society. more before it com- pleted The work will "require about month ,to complete, a'pd will next week. BORN Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 821 Sjxth street, southron Cor- morning, a ion. upstairs have been let to the Domln Ion got eminent ,is offlces for the in lafid revenue department. MOSQUITO BITES CAUSED DEATH Winnipeg, June caused hy: mosriiiito bites; resulted in the- death here of Mrs. May Robert son, 287 Milton street, who was -ser lously 'bitten by the :little pests .some ten days ago. SOLDIERS RETURN The Battery and the-Cardston Dra- goons returned at Calgarj this, afternoon. HOLBROOKS INE WORCESnUS SAUCE GENUINE WORCESnUSWKE Jutt OM dMk of that u UM whole Mcrat. Imported A bsolutety! MAKKET8 Winnipeg, Man., June fo! lowing are Winnipeg and American markets wheat opened 96 closed flC 1-8; October opened 90 3-8; closed 80 1-8; December opened 89.1.-4, closed 89 1-4. .OittrrJiily.-open- ed ?G 78, closed 36 J 4, October open ed 37, closed 2.15. .WINNIPEG CASH-r-1 Northern --'95 '12, 2 Northern 92 li, 3 Northern El 1-2, No 4 84, No 5 80 1-2, 6 75 1 2, Feed 62 C W 3fl 14 3 65, No 4 51, ReJ Feed 40. American wheat opened 96 1-2, clotcd 95 6-S; September open- ed 97, clewed 95 5-S; December open- de 96 3-8, closed 96. wheat opened 88, doted 88 3-8; September opened 89, cloted 8S 1-2; December opened 92. oloied 91 1-2. NEW BISHOP CONSECRATED Hamilton, June Arch deacon William Reid Clark, M A, was today consecrated bishop of Ni- agara succeeding to the vacancy cre- ated bj the death of Bishop Dumlu lin. Distinguished churchmen from all 01 or the province gathered at Christ church cathedral for the cere; FINE MINERS' HALL H M and W A Whlddlngton, ar chltects, told the Herald today that the Miner's hall at Hillcrest, which they furnished the plans, is nearing completion and will be one of the finest halls In the Pass.'Build- ing in the Pass is becoming active once and'the. number of buildings being started 11n Blurmore Is surprising ply equal to that in any part of J bridge R B McArthur, the i ng engineer ]n charge of stated thla morning that there 'j 150 men at work Initialing Ine which will to Ofsr, ong. and that good progrmi wu ig made -with the trenching village r1a making arrmncvowoti connect up with the cttr water matni so that they will be able to get water from the city without going to he expense of putting In a pumplny tatlon 'of; their own.: oubt that an agreement will d with the city The cut ot til. work will be in the neighborhood at Thos Traynor, of tne J D'Hjgln botham Dmg Co, left Thdrsflay for a tuo n eekB> holiday at Banff and points on Hei Dr W H Wrst Congregational Wjterloof la, will arrive in the city this afternoon and will remain .over r A NASTY THRUST, x AT Maple Creek exeuie D T the member of the ture, gave at' Bo' porting reciprocity, was the rote .was thrust before full deliberation been given the question explanation Is cvosldered nasty thrust at hit leader, P Vf. a. The Special Price Reduction; MARKET Liverpool, June Rogers cable today thiit trtde In the Blrk- enlieed market held firm at the prices last quoted, the number ot Imported cattle this -week shows an increase but this In (nll> baianccif bv the great or demand both, sldws and Canadian 'steen mailing from-U 1-4 to 12 3-4 cenu jo Offer on Ladies' Wash Skirts, Lingerie Waists, Linen Suits and Linen Coats has met with hearty response from all students of economy and Judges .of true worth; All visited this store In reply to our an nouncements of these genuine price reductions, have expressed their surnrlse and satisfaction at the truly excellent values offered. In spite of the heavy selling of the last few dan there are still splendid i varletlH hen from which to make jour selection If you wish to take advantage of this splendid offer, come while the size and stylo suited to your partcuiar needs are here LADIES'WHITE SKIRTS ALL REDUCED TO LADIES: LINEN SUITS AND COATS REDUCED TO AND UP LADIES' LINGERIE WAISTS REDUCED TO 98 AND LADIES' SUNSHADES A SPECIAL BARGAIN AT 85c The Hudson's Bay Stores ;