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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, June 25, 1013 TIIK LETHBKTDGK DAILY facie II We only sell Goods (hat will give Perfect Satii- faction The Royal Store Southard Block 512 3rd Ave. Satis- faction and Money Worth or Your Money Back We'd Like to Shout It From the House Top That here we offer you the Finest Fitting, Best Tailored and Biggest Values in the city at Unbeatable Prices in Ladies' and Gents' Clothes and Furnishings. Come, see, and be convinced. Everything on Sale MILAD EDITED BY "JNO" Ret- HI! Flower Day at the Schools The annual flower slioas ia connec- t-on uith the city schools was held tnilay and in all schools there was a Inclusion M bright hlootn and rich foliage. The seeds vsere given (o'tiio early in season, and many of them returned beautiful flowers. The object is to cultivate a liife ol flotrMs auS tie esthetic sISe. tjl liEe and to stimulate nature study, yupt. Hamilton ar.d his stati ol jeachers ate to he" coagralulated pn the results achieved. Mr. Terrill made the awards and his courteous and eflicitnt service was nitxh appreciated by the stall. Central sc'aool had tt.e largest es- hibit, lint the quality prohauly. schools. Thf class were paVflc- lila'rly aftracUve "and gave 'great pleasure 'to every ohc. r c Central school results -.-T 'Mies iioit's Class (Kittilerjarteti) Stuart" Vtrisht; 2, MertoS Kerr 3, Hilda Proctor. .Mis. Ashton Ar- thur Scott; 2, .Marguerite Scott; 3, Laura Hart.-' Jliss Buchanan, -Wil- lie Hose; 2, Hugh Sang 5, Whitney Young. Miss .Tacisoai Oraiie Luclle 'JlcUougall 2, Virmie Burritt ,3, itose.'L-. Miss Sharmin, Grade I.-J, Mig- gw-Twaddle Qfllejpie Jlillie Stubhs. 5hss Kencsr's McLean 2, Bruce Brar.dow 3; Coirplanii. i Miss nolea, Grade II. 1, Teddy 3, Bulcle Llpplngnell; 3, Kdivard Clarce. iMibs tiray, 1, Ombra 2, Ocorge, liiss Harrlv. Gride Violet (iant Ivy.Up- pingwell. Miss Duant, Grade Dorothy McQueen Eugene Furrow 3, .Miss Uaubon, "Grade." iV.Trl, Ian Scott; 2, Geneva 3, Andrew.I. ?Jits llowden, Grade Dor- othy Alexander. Miss McXah! Grade" V.-1, Helena Ilissett; 2, Ir.grara 3, John Scott, Mr. Shaver, Grade Dorothy Ciillespie-; 5, Hyssop 3, Esther Rohnell.1 Jfiss Stiarntan, Grade Jack Marrs 2, Jlarton MoCamblj 3, En- Id Hamilton. .I'indoiv Mis? Jackson 2, Miss K. Shacmaa-; 3, Miss Daw- boa. Fieclwaoi School SliE3 Bonninston, Leslie Holt; 2, Helen Schumacker; 3, Archie, Marr. Miss Curric. Grade Edith Me- Goaan; 2, Georgo JoiiLEon; 3, Kdlth Halliiorln Miss Jcpson, Grade 0. Ben- licit; 2, D. K. Diser. -Miss Waterman, Cbas. Ijng; 2, Lillian Benncti; 2, May kins. .Miss Grade Violet Dennett; 2, Walter Kunst; 3, Stanley Holt. _ Jli.S3_ Smith. Dudley Maxwell Donaldson! Window" IMss Currie Watcirnan.. Wislminsltr School Miss 1, Clifford Mitchell; 2, Arva Glarson; 3, Hotly Punncli. Miss Alvard's Walter Gei- EOT; 2, James Porler; 3, Jack Steven- son. SII33 Gillie's Class, Oracle Allco Itoss; 2, Bessie Ijoing; 3, Cock- erill. Miss Felt, Grade George lott; 2, Ethel Doijd; 3, Elizabeth .Wish- art. v -Visa Trenholme's Norman Oelgcr; -2; Hutu Slockford; 3, Boulton; Miss Halpenny, Grade Mag- gie Flinn; 2, Henrietta Graham; 3, Eva. Pearson. rMri-Bruco's Wilson 2, H. T3odd. "Window TrcnboJme, 2, Mr. BOICJ. Galorailh.School UodgUn's Class, Agnes Van Bum 2, Tom Ashcroti- 3, Willie 5Iiss DiuAvorth's King; Amy Cow- an. Miss English's Class 1, Violet Ash 2, Inei Wilson Mabel Pea- cock. Miss Pound's Harvey Gat- in 2, DutTi Urown; 3; Lester Ilo- dcnslrom. Mr. Cameroa's John Ko- r.iar; 2, Gladys Peacock; 3, Eva Hargrcaves., Flower Hiss Eailish 3, Miss Pound. LILLY DOROTHY MAGNUS Grandaushier of Adolphus Brush, the St Louis brewer, who a cheque for one "rnillfon" dollars a wedding TV-'- t17'-' DENIES--RUMOR Vancouver. June report that he intended" shoffly'Vas denied today by n. Marpole, general executive assistant ol th'e IVH .Mr. Marpole has special or construction of lines on Vancou- Island, and bis is-ork there'will take him another couple of >ears. GEORGE EULAS COMING HOME Ottawa, June cable received at the Department ot Trade and Com merce today, states that lion. Geo. E. who is In Japan, "will leave (cr home via Vancouver, About tlie mid die ot" July. TlHi'l.l.S Out o! the blunt tlirovo tinie tl.e coward HeJ, j The line's sou liici fraj- His loits to M. j Out ol the loaves ai.u i Oat o( brothfrhooJ. Qcclllug the gnawfc'i; oivanl Christ fed (he Out ol the ruck Lj dew. Tic1 rock by stoiui The rod ol Moses fcc-il) ilresv The Ij'rgtss ot tlie i-lo'M. Out cf tbe a, air It but our eyes couM bte, Our souls might shaw tU [alitii; lair 01 auJ deslin) M.isnn. Miss Mcl'hee, of C.i'fary. is a lislt- or with Mrs. J. B. Mall-era. Mrs. II. li'.tle Eon, ot SasVatoou, are guests tor toir.B lime null Mrs D. H.'Way, fo'jrlb Ave. i Mra. J. Ji. Sjkes ana Mrs. Dr. H. Netsou droYO In 'from Cardstoa yes- terday to attend tlie dLtl are of Mrs- Wilson, nth Street, Soullt. Rev. Car.on McMillan returned from Calgary. t 3 Miss Currie, a-nuric at the Gall liOajiUal, who undtrwcQ'. an operation yesterday morning, is progressing favorably, Mr. and- Mrs. Aird and two little -Calgary, arrhsd this afternoon to visit AUc.-uun and Mrs. Alrd. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blenner-HSs- sttt and JJcCurvIe lelt ycstercily on a month's visit to iTaji. Mrs of Kdtjonlon, -is a visitor In the city and appear to nlghl and .tomorrow at Ihe Majestic as In J'The Mie's Korma of Calgary, Is a guest with Miss'Kilra Srallh. Mr. Brooks, of Princeton, formerly of 'the" local 'irancli a.' the Banfc of Moiltrcai, spent iiic day ifitlj friends fn the city: -i f-. Tbe rhcmbers of the city teaching staff are tKf'end of the week roints fo1 .spend the summer" vacation. Miss Halpenny, .Miss Smith, MIB3 MiEs E. ahd >JUi Harfly wlfl aUend the whifh "rjpens in on Jul> 'The nil) spend the.IwMara y follows: Miss Trenhplmc, at Coatl- cookV Miss Al Miss Currie .and Mls_s Jenson. at the Miss Klelt Cur- rent; Miss McCrioimon at London, Ont'; Mips Uirch at Chatham, Oat; Miss Mott at Drantford, Ont; Miss Ofay a't Vancouver; Miss Boles "al In- gersoll, Ont Miss Dunne at Orllla; Ont.; Miss Preston at Ont.; Miss at Winnipeg; Miss Ash- ton a't t'ho coast and Miss Jackson'at Elora, Ont. A prctly wedding was celebrated al St. Cyririao's church at four oc'lock A SALE YOU CAN'T FORGET Trimmed Ilats and Untrimmed Shapes at Half Price There are lota or mothers who like to freshen up hats ot their own as as those, of their growing daughters. Hut the cost of materials has kept them troni doing so. That In s.ilo makes i' riosslblo for mothers to exiwrlment. Ani there are lots or girla who like to fix hats a bit themselves. Hert It a chance for slock is going sold. We want to start the. next season with an entirely noiv stock, All This Week Nothing is Here and Now is the Bargain. Sale .of Your Life There Is no catch, Wo to make room for a bl5 Fall slock and icd arc going to have ttc cash ID.hand to for It. Hera >ou may buy flowers al a bargain, ilbbons, hats trimmed and untrlmmeii, velvets, SUKS, etmrons, mai'mis You can a.ave half on some o[ sour eave ono-lhlrd on every purchaio made here on sale days. Come and see, tell your friends and let them telt..tnolr friends. Tho sole illl last only a few J, MISS CAMERON -.if "..HILL'S STORE THIRD AVE. UP STAIRS csteida> lcocV of this joined IM arriage to Mr. Frederick well r-uiuhor ut Muclcod. The ride, who v-as siu-u by lu-r! Brother, Mr. James AlcoclK, of Mac- .eod, iv.13 aLtttudeii by lay tU oto. Miss NelLii HlUMitu ai.d KLiza'ieih Uluuden, of Madeoti. ibo groani w3s supiJOrtcd by Mr, G. I'arsoas, of this city. J Atier Ihe ceremony, vvl.ich was per-! formed by ihe Kev. Canon McMiHan. j in ilie pi03ence of Immediate relatives aud Jrier.ds. a sumptuous sujv per was served at the home of Mr.1 Parsons The array o! wading gitvs was beautiful and costly. Mr. anil Mrs. cden reside al Macteod. CLUES AND The W. C. T. U. executive held a last evening, at the home ol Mrs. T. W. Sixth a It J was tlcoUtti) to bold a lunch social anil j gaiden 11 arty al the Green tie evening ol July.JO. 4 Her. J. K. BtUlwell, a returned mis-j LOimy from Inflia, a Mghb in- cresUng account of the in thai country at a meeting t'je Fifth Avenue Haptist thtirlli, list eveni Mr. SilllvreH Is Intensely in earnest: and lias a practical aivl thorough I knowledge of IiSs'subject, those listened to Lfia, fortunate Indeed. The Chosen Friends held a splendid iiieeting hi the S. O. K, hall hist even- ing. Mr. J. C. Brown, who recently returned from the meeting of the Grand Lodge in Toronto, he vrent as delegate, gave an interesting rfr-orl of thai, meeting. It was fie- ciied lo hold a picnic fat Henderson Lake Pavilion on July Otb, further particulars of which "will be giien later. t. p I i i. i Mr. Robert Johnston, last evening gave .1 comprehensive and Interesting report of the. >omig people's socteltes of the church, as given recently at the general assembly In Toronto. He also read a clever paper, which given by Dr. Herridge, ot Ottawa, at the "congress. Next week', ovrsns to Tuesday be- ing the fir si of July, St. Androvr's Endeavor.xyUl mee-t on Wednesday evening, when the topic tvil be "Tho Foreigner In Canada" to be lafcen by the missionary committee. On July society In a body will attend the convention to bo held by-the Christian church in Ibo Cale- donian hall. The-Woman's Auxiliary of St. Aug. usfin's' church held closing meet- ihe season yesterday >Tr. C. a request from the, church wardens that the lad- ies assist in .the taxes Tor 1313 on.'ihc site, these taxea being girealer'this year than be- fore', .the ladles '.decided to assist, and probable that they will open th'o season In the fall by a high tea In September, vrhen it is thought that each and every member of the con- gregation will come forward to help raise the amount required. The auxiliary will 33 usual hold a bazaar In the autumn and the ladlea THE (5UELPH-HOHEN20LLERN WEDDING Tnc procession of liie torch-fatarers was 3 portion of the wedding eeremonte'a In Berlin. Trie torches or olden days are by big candles, wrrifd princely pages who paraded around the White Hall of the Schlosi in front of Prince and Prlnceis Ernett of From the I-ofldcm Sphere, Take Home a Pair of Real Hudson's Bay Blankets KNOW Or XO SOUVKNm that would be muii- highly valued by the folks at home thau n pair ol the genuine JJav Company's" famous Point HbnUts. The JILII licubr kind of Scold) Wool from which they, aiv inuii'.' ;iinl Hie purlicular dyes used in them have won for them tame which hccn equalled in uniiiils of merckimlisc. The best quality obtainable in sumo loJiiy. We have, them in red, indigo blue, emerald green, khaki, grey unil while. ........S7.50 Point, por pair Point, per pair Some Exceptionally Fine Qualities In AH Wool Steamer Rugs just been rtcehcd from oar best raakerE. Jlado from pure and long sUp'e SaXnny woo! ia an immense xariety of color navy, green or brown on the one side ami re- of genuine Scotch lattang. These arc useful for driv- (nt-. tiiotorinic, ttcamcr. camp. leiauJah or for ins den. sues average 4 i; In by 6 ft. Unmatflmblc vnlucs at "X Make full use of the comforts our tea and rest room affords -Make this jour meeting desk, and ma- terials, comfortable ekalrs and setteos are there for your convenience, and you are welcome to stay as Jong aa you wish. Come and rockc jourself at home. Hudson's Bay Stores ;oyld kindly request each Jadv the ongrogation 10 projiaro a piece rork to donate to that bazaar; H was clt that if notice were gUen now, onte of the ladies of the f digress- ion might wish to get their fancy orh or plain seeing ready during the uniraer and possibly Tvhilr aitay on acation, rather than be asked to con- ribuate soicething juet a short time leforo the uiuaar, ivhen 'the work wouM necessarily- The final rehearsal of "The Country 3irl" was auccessfuHr held last even- ng and every detail -jraB worked oul o insure a perfect "performanca this and The chyus IB ]rie and has takojir'hold, zeal hat- is- he.jilay seems dMifg part I ftiiV (he w 1 r. other grand success is The'orchestra fs under the able lead- rship of 3fr. irlll "furnteh orae most delightful ,muslc dnrjng the Bvening. The prices ere popalar, and every citizen and visitor Vho wit- pes the performance DC doubt delightfully pieaped. v _ r boys; good luck and God blesj passports Into the Kiogdora of Heaven for those tiro heroic souls. Tribune, TO INVESTIGATE THE 'APPLICATION Interstate Commerce Commlnjon to AscerUfn If Cause ExiMs creiied OF INTEREST TO WOMEN THE PASSPORT TO HEAVEN -Inst before the 'TitRnic sank 'an old" nld-shlpman was bnfey buckling life- irsservers around the passengers. Whv don't you keep one for >0'jr- nsVcil a lady. The Teply will ire throughout the ages; "Please, mum, I don't think there's enough to ;o 'round1." We have not heard of a more unselfish act. AVhat a o tlie YiDalth-chasers! A man has no more need of millions of dollars ban ho lias of millions of life pre- servers. We would execrate a man who during the rerlls of the sen would appropriate more life preservers than he needed, leaving others to drown; Tet we applaud the man who during lie perlli of (be- land appropriates more dollars than he needs, leaving ethers the poorer. History does not record a ertatcr .istance of human bravery than tljat displayed by the old sailor. Another nstance is given by a 'writer who survived the sinking of the Titanic. be reniemhercd that when the -..Ip many were precipi- tated Into the sea: come of them swam to the boats, bul were refused "In no says .his vrfter, "did I hear any "word of rebuke utlered by a swimmer because of refuaal to grant assistance. There wag case of cruel violonce, but :iere waa one transcendent piece ot heroism that will remain fixed in ray memory as the most eublime find coolest exhibition of courage and ;neerful resignation to fate and fear. of death. This was when a reluctant refusal of assistance met ttith tho ringing response In tbe deep manljr voice of a powerful man; "All right, boys; gooi luck and God bleas you.' 1 have often wished thai tho Identity of this hero might be cstab- and an individual tribute to bis memory preserved." The words, "I don't think there's enough to go and June oirn Initiative, the inler-stale Commerce- Commission began on Inquiry into the application or tbe fifty-two eutern railroads.for Increased freight rates. s to reoiien tbe old .'i.'1.-1, ae" of two years 'ago. i'; i.llroads and shippers ffill begin this "fall. As tho proposition stanrlp. (Qe qlles. :lon !E lo be'determined by testimony and argument. Tbe roads petition bat they are prepared (o sboy the ne-. cessity for the expenditure ot many millions of dollars for many 'among ivbtcb, arc enlargement of yards and terminals, additional tracks, block signals, additional shops, im- provement In stations, changes e'- ruinations of grade crossings, new lo- comotives, tew passenger'and freight cars, and other equipment; that these arge. eipenditures of money ire de- manded by existing and future trans- portation conditions, and tnutt ba made If your petitioners are to satisfy the needs of. the public for Improved and additional facilities." WILLIAMS WILL FACE ILLINOIS JURY Reglna, A. Williams, who was arreated (n Calgary a month ago, charged grand larceny, laid igafnst him by a (jutted States firm, will leave here tomorrow evening. be; leetlve Kane, of Chicago, has iten here three weeks. walttDff far official pspers to authorize him to his prisoner to QillmRn, ill, following the waiving of extradition by Williams, gays these will arrive to- raorrcw mornfns, and Williams'wilt be taken south In the The Wires All Carry The Same Want ;