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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Ift Wednesday, June 2fi, 1912 TITE LETnfiRIDGE .DAILY HERALD Page 9 Hurrv! Only Three More Days to Share In tne Greatest Bargain Event Ever Known in This Great City RYLANDS' RUMMAGE SALE Saturday ''Night, 10 o'Clock Prices Lowered Every Day Keep Navy (Higker (Continued from front page) "A-bove all.'things, keep-the 'naval (ftreatiori "above parSyr politics. In ''the Mother Country thej have placed it purtyism, and the pieaent Lord of the has a. high conception of the European situation In Western Canada, jou should 25TH CREATES FINE IMPRESSION lhe militia camp at Calgary 11 at- tracting much attention at present V Rafton Canning, of this city, who with the Batten, who are in camp, rctuiiied this morning horn Calgarv, and is enthusiastic over the ._____ ______ ,_.. _____ as he found them at ihe position that jou cannot af I camp which is an ideal one' There ford to occupj the position of the man who lives on his vvifes monev adm.it, however, that, so far, Canada b.as done verv little to the country, an-d it is a big buiden Therefore, Canada is to lhave a navy own, or whether it I is to contribute to an Impetinl navj, (I htllave be the duty of everv I the Club to help in i I that this of Canada see must cccuoyv a dif v f erent petition In tbis particular mat 'Her (Van at (he presenhtin.a 1 Thu reception b? I tendered i Wrench and' Mm on G r P Conj oeare j lawn A ,of ipMofcei bMh provided, the Cltiieni' Band render regular neeklr concert at the recep (ion This mornlRc Wrench had a conference 'wjtb the executive of the local club itronglv uiged the es- t tablltbment of permanent headquart GEN. BOOTH tTILL PLANS TRIP TO AMERICA Londop, ,800th, (he bead of Salvation Amij, "I am still doping to go to America 'wjd Ginada'a's ,1 for" 'He an high road to recovery, js ijghtlcm N II SCHOOL BA principal Belle High school, Ptiblio school inspector for North Ilaitlnjrs arc about 108 and lp6 horses be longing to the 25th Battery and, UIPV are creating a very in'prcs Mon in their daily dull and domean- or 'I he camp is situated on the southwest port Jon of t algary Uto gcthel theie ale over two thousand men-and'about fifteen hundred horses in the tamp Major Stewart, who is, in chnge of the Lethbridge camp, for his ass.stants Capt Kiplev, Licuts. .and each oi whom has his set work signed to him Lieutenant has charge of the'horses The bovs, of the 2Sth ale WORK STARTED ON THE C. ML FARMS SEVENTEEN FARMS NEAR COAL DALE BEING PREPARED FOR SETTLERS NEXT YEAR In preparation for the rush for ready-ntnd-5 farms .when they are throwii open next the C. P. II, Natural Department has already commenced work on their seventeen faring at Coaldale' Work- was commenced this 'weeit, and will continue during the remainder of the season, and It is expected 'that spring will find them ready for tenants The work on the Coaldalc farms Is being directed from the department at'Calgary. The land which has been chosen is about four and ouc-hal miles east of Coaldale, close to the main Lethbridge to Each -farm consists, of a quarter sec: How of land, all of which Is- Irrigable. It is the intention of the company to hav-3 the land broken, fenced, and the irrigation ditches .put in this year. Work will also start on build- ings for the farms, so the farmers are ready to they Will find everything ready made, leaving only the work'of-'UUIpg the land and growing their crops Alfalfa will be one of the. main crops grown on.' these farms. The company is making every effort to in- troduce mixed farming on all their ready made farms, and In Southern Alberta especially IMy pro- mote the .growing of alfaKa for forage None of the lawns will be settled this year. MILADI Offlei, 'EOITED BY "i PHONEC RMkitnei Luck usually, 'comes to those, who .Mrs: Chicago, was the look after it, and my notion is that raison d1 elre of.a smart matinee it taps once in a life time at every- function yesterday, which claimed licr bodv's dooi. but if tndiibtr) docs not sistsi Mrs R K N'mirm is open it, luck goes 'I lie indolent ill cam'of success liut tiirn back at the first'rough place, in the road, whining over tlvcir bad i.' The industrious clamber over Die rough wade through the muddy hang on at the slip- pery places and attain their ambi- Mrs. -Keistcr, of' Iniiisfail, ;ucst of her, Mrs. II nnd, fanlli Avc A S hostess. '1 he diiuung zooms ucrc effectivih doiui with pin1, and white carnations Mrs Noiirse welcomed her guests wearing a chip embroidered gown, (he honor guest was smartly Downed in Alico'blue satin rvvith black The tea table was most attractive exquisite lace centre nwl doilies, the floral appointments being of bridal wreath The color.scheme-.of green and white was daintily .expressed in decoration and v lands, Miss Dunn vvill leave on Monlav for j Mrs I K gowned in Toronto to 'spend a couple of: white., lingerie .with; touches of black months' vacation jfcS koatiev leaves on Saturday or.Nelson, where she will spend the summer months. Miss Vura on Monday p spend her vacation with her par- ents in Brantfordi pnd black picture hat with white plume, presided, while the .ices were cut'.by Mrs. Hugh- Donnan wearing embroidered chiffon veiling ..pale blue sjtin and blatlt bat vutli while plume The punch 'howl was presided over by Miss Patleson, who had donned .a toilette of while satin veiled in chif- fon and black chapcau. WHEN LETH6RIDGE HAD CLOUDBURST WORST STORM EVER RECORDED IN CITY'S HISTORY WAS IN 1893 In these hot days it almost cools one off to read about a rain storm- Not a phantom you, but the real thing. It was about the tenth of July, 1893, on a Monday afternoon, when a terrific rain storm1 struck the ci'iy, the rain coming down in torrents for the space of fifteen or twenty.mln utes when it slowed up, but continued to drizzle for some time. Streets 'and lanes were miniature and the Coulees wore swollen into rivers'. The brick yard about one-third of the way down -the new.road to was carried away. About 3000 feet of lum- ber was lying the yard Which, with drying sheds, other utensils were carried away .-'In Staf- ford's coulee n'lady with an Irifant'in a baby carriage was coming.'up when the torrent struck -her, overturned the carriage and baby, to the bottom of the .hill the woman be- ing knocked about.by the mad rush of the waters and her. clothes.torn'in, shreds The babv was picked up near the bottom of the coulee insen- sible and'carried to Mr. Stafford's house, "north-east of the traffic .bridge, where it was speedlb brought round It Is interesting to note that the ladj whose baby Was carried away by .the l ushing w ater, is Mrs Charles White of th's cit; Mrs William Stafford, whose house the babj was taken to, still resides here and was describing Miss Manlo'v, of- l.'.imilton, Ont., GUiiFt-WATSON viho has been visiting in I'lnchcr I Hcslmmsler church was the scene Creek, is the guest of Mrs Baer [or, of Avav and Mrs Vlltson The vutness's v ere "Mr D M and two children, of Saskatoon, and Mr. C. E. Copley. f uvcd the this morning to! ilrv and Mis Minsflcld left for Vai spend ,i vacation with their mothei, Mrs; D. II. Way, lUSHOPP-qAVi church vva'sllic scei prcttv vveddipg this mornin. Toronto despatch Sir laro Ralph Chiel Justice l 0[ couvcr, wheic. thev will reside mciaent frieads. tn somp of HASLAM SCOTT Former Ardent Supporter of Haultim to Speak for Liberals Regina Tllhc J H Haglam, one of Mr. Haultain's -most prominont aupportera in llOS and who pprhapi more than anyone else was reapon- of Common Pleas court MISS Marion Kate Uaiy, crlebi.iles vvith Ladv Meredith the tcr Of lytrs Mar} Elizabeth Daw wa fiftieth annneisarj of their marriage 'joined in niatiimonv to Jlr Pdvv lhe day will be mjrJ.ojj qvieilv bj a Aithur Bishopp laniilv gathenng af the residence ml Tne bridesmaid was Miss Bdi I Daw, sister ol the bride, while tl groom supported bv Mr Gcor? '0 Whitney The bride ot by her. eldest brother, Mr Uihibal afl'1 S Dav v her HCV Canon McMillen tied the nup I-0. tial knot m tl't, presence 01 onlv th lief rainy friends will 'regret icar Miss Fthcl Gumming, vvlio ciiuc to the citj 1 to attind the nutriagc of Mr Mbert T Cumming, Miss Irciiq Mct.achlan, :was taken il yestcrd.iv Mil the to u TV as diagno-e as appendicitis Hiss Gumming un- derwent hospital ,in operanon in this morning the and through the ordeal succcssfullv recoverj is hoped for crenm social, which reld List evening on the grounds of immediate relatives and friends Tnc bride was nccommgij gowns 'in her Uuolliiig suit ol dove gre and lace toque wilh ciovvn of vdl roses and touches of vicux rose vet Mr. and Wrs. Bishop left to spen iheir honevnQon at the Kootena was I lakes, and olher western points Gait came sible for the defeat of lion A 1 successful enurehil .Clubs and Societies Calder In Milestone at that election, has announced himself as a support- of Premier Scptt in the present I contest Mr Haslam Is a warm ad Watson' vocate ot wider markets, and took a j piomlnent part last in Uie reel I proci'tj campaign, addressing man} aluavs )n favor of the pact cagei to greet their Lethhrldge friends, several of vvhom bsvc alreadv paid them i usit Fun reigns fast and fiiiious during; the evenings, which nave hern cool The trip is having .1 LITTLE BOY ROASTED IN BID Coiteaville, Pa, June ill flower decker! tables adorned! the lawn and weie m chaigc of the members of the 1 adics Aid souetv A baseball game proved an Ui open meeting of the M S church will be heH tomorrow afternoon An especiallv interesting rsting diversion, while the bag pipes furnished splendid music. line sum ol 50 was rcali7ed from the affair Gladvi, Oliver was courtcsv guest of a kitchen shower last even- metches In bed, Jamet the five-1 mg, the hostess being Miss Podger beneficial eflect on the boys, all of ear old son of James Heldon, was whom are looking well and enjovmg good health. v OPTIONS ON BIO TRACT OF FARM Vienna Ont, June 26 which were given some ago by farmers in "this dfitrict, are HOW be ing taken up and the mpntiv being paid Mrs The are' made out to McOraw of but It is understood that a big dfvelopmen companv scheme as the options aggregate 17i000 acrfei It a ssid that this )yie Iraqi of Blgln conntv land will be subdivided for and'- Eiifllah and Ameri- can farmers brought in to settle t Whole Meal Bread Thf -Only Place YIMI Can Gel ITt's Dif- HeHllhlnl, rich, Union Bakery Wm. Wuft Cor. Ave mi inh St. touth. falalls burned at his home hare to- day When the mothpi, who had been In the yard, returned to lhe house, she found the Interior Hlled vvith smoke. Rushing into the bedroom; she saw her son gasping for. breath, in the smouldering bed clothes. A box of matches had been left by the; boi's bed nnd he found them when he awake 'this 'morning. The victim died at the hofpital door In arms of a local phylloian who had hurried lo the institution with ihe hope that he could ssve life. It was discovered that-the boy had inhaled flames. .The.'affair was held on ihe lawn, il perfect evening rendering it most cn- jojable, while damlj viands were served br the hostess. Miss Oliver was the recipient of many useful gifts from tlic gueits .who numbered Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Arm- strong, Mrs. Ilcrron, Mrs. Rldpath, Miss M. Armstrong, ladiqs, of the cilj arc coidiallj invit- ed Relreshnenls will hc served v goodlv Tow_d is cxpccied (o at tend the social to be held on thi lawn pf the First, Baptist church to n.orrovv evening Ice crcarii, cake strawberries and cream will hc serv- ed commencing at siv o clock IN HARDWARE STORES June Important growth cf Edmonton, BIG DEAL Edmonton, factor In the _ will be the incorporation ol a hard; ware firm, capitalized a-t our million dollars The Marshall-Wells Hardware com- pany have closed negotiations with tlie Ross Brdlhers for the purpose -of Miss, Agar, Miss hidson, Miss Misi, lAalrrman Mifcs R Mis- IJiier, Miss IJ fiiscr and Miss Clarke r f Mius Wrench, sister, of Mr. Evelyn organizer of the Overseas Club, was the honor guest of a lunch- eon given by the ladies ol the execu- tive of the local Overseas club at The m-mrcrs of St Ijprian's Par ish aie reminded of the j meeting, which will be held tomor row aiternoon at the home of Mrs Wellington this is (hc last nisei ing ol the, season, It is hoped every member' will be present. purchasing iHisluess. their entire stock nnd INVALIDS ENJOY IT Nothing more dainty or more easily llgesled than Kellotjg'i Toasted Corn 'Inkw. Its itelleioiu flavor tempts the ailing appetite; Its nutriment gives trength quicklf, Order Kellogg'i. .the lirown Hetty today Tlic tea rooms were prettily decor atfd with flags, wh ors at.the daintily It has been arranged that the bas- IflSill game'to br plaied KIIO.V and Westminster senior learns tomorrow night will be played on the vAcsl minster grounds and not on the Knox srounds as: per schedule. ONTARIO GOOD TIMPLARS Thirtyrnlx lodges, vvith a'': member- ship of 1182 aiy reported at the an n nlarr- fav mnl of the Oood f j Templarn Orand Ixidge at St Cath appomcd tahli- in (he past .were bouquets of red .iml while (low- ers, expressing lhe club colors. Covers were laid lor Miss Wrench, Mrs. C. K. P. ('onybearc, Mrs. K. A' .Cunningham, A'.'s. II. Williamson, Frank Waddlnglon, Mrs. Arnolll, Miss '.Smith am! Mis.s.W'isbrc. Immediately folllowing the. lunch- eon n motor ride around the yit) wat enjoyed. lodge, The .Yealf tei't the fact ihat White .Swan Vtia-jt Cakes have won the admiration .wherever tried, proof that iMJvirq'tho Piove tills to voui own faction bv ordering u fie from (your grocer, or send for sample. White Cereals, Limited, Tor Hair Goods No Matter what your re- quirements can fill every want at The Bay hold a most complete of Switches, Rolls, Curls, etc., in every con- ceivable color aiid shade. If.you have'any difficulty in matching your color, lo fifid It at the Bay. SWITCHES from 16 In to 32 In at C 4 C 1 A AA all prices from.................. I I l" 9 I One of Our Specialties Real Human Hair Pads 25c Hair Ornaments and Combs HAIR BANDS, BARETTES, BACK COMBS, SIDE COMBS, in fact everv kind of hair ornament known, ail prices 4 and i from .......JOC up Sterling Silver Novelties We can gave you 50> per cent on these goods, many for the hair in Sterling Silver set with imporwd by us. AT OUR VALUES WILL BB SUFFICIENT TO CONVINCE YOU To Our Customers Commencing July 3rd and contimiinff throughout July and August, this store wifl'i, close on Wednesdays at i o'clock. We have taken this fulls confront that'iou carlv olOBl.ig movement and will extend to m your ing vour purchaiei as Secretarv Burns to alt members in the province ,J Tie'affair to he ft some importance, for Mr Mcfcia> has nitcifsteii himself in the work of the congreas, and has promised a provincial exhibit fee congress from his province. TAKES OLD BENCH AS HE Hartford, Conn, Jutw Warden, what you I vend- er It I might have pcrmlxlon to take along with that old bench that I uxd (or thirty yon'" old lohn to Warden Ward A Garner at the state pfllon no Warren vat pucklnj up ireparatori to leaving after lerrlng- 63 vears, which gives a unique rword of course jou can I (Mis that will be all right, .1OBU." imlted the warden vtateblng tha softened, pleased light in the old kindjv brown and so Wairen will take along the bench at which he worked thirty years up about 'ten 'year's ago. It -hat been .Proved That 'Machcla, -Nature's Scalp Tonle is a record for growing asos out. of 100. It is the only re- nedy ever discovered that is o the natural hair or liquids of In the Interests of jthe scrip Removes dandruff Pre- s party and Has aHo boen closely jvpnts falling hair Cich package eon mnected with newspaper work roughout his career ESCAPED FROM QUEBEC JAIL Quebec, .lunu climbing nails ey bad drlvsli .up iliu Jail vvaij three were able to escape this The ilioii are Ildijiir- us and Arniend N'ormnnd. serving on, terms In Jivll for sollloE coralne, id Waltar lleggis. a Norwegian sail- in Jail for assault. tai IB a packet of Machela Dry Sharp- poo Powdci Pi Ice for complete home tieatment, 00 _Sold and juay- antecd bj f-ickvoti Co ;