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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .him- '27. mi; To-morrow Will Be The Last Day Of The Half Price Embroidery Sale FOH TIIK HKNKI-'ir wui' nut ulili- lii lukc- iif llw liiM uf this jjii'i'l liiilf I'riri1 IjnbroMm Sale, li.nc ilrriiloi! to un III'- linluncc. 11 ir .'''luuuiinn l-jnliiuiduk's wliii'ji have aulMil Midi n iisiilion tin- (if l.HlihiiilKi1. Nn ciUVr like this I'omr yum- way fur iiuiny ;i iluy. Tin- :IUL to in this comprises a Jld assortment uf dnlnly em- DroMcrcd we fats, vilLb. blgh (ollara, .Qonie low, aleo faiiO' 6, xhigbams, with low collars and short slteves. AU at one for EMBROJDERY WAISTS Aho a line of Tailored with eoft collnr. All sUca yp to good show- ing of warm weather inusllti waist, low embroidered col- lar, short eleoves; vaiucs up to Sale Sdturdny, Low Price on New Hand Bags A good I ro tig rvlc eabto hand size, gilt or silver frame. Just tno dozen to 20 on Sale Saturday at half I heir value........ 95c Fine English Long- cloth for Saturday This IA a fine thread Long- cloth, full ian! wide, lliat Is ab- solutelx o-jr best cottou lor pieces on sale Haturdaj only, per yard wC 42 inch Pillow Cotton For One Day Tubular Cotton, 42 In. wide, a fine linen finish, 3 I'lccea or this regular nnd 20e Pilloiv Tubing on sale, a yard 20c Rubbers for Men and Women-Ladies' Raincoats from up i__ci.___ The Sell For Less Store MILADI 'J ptur.Ut uJ li.e were d ffftt ji'J' Hut tier l-'jj Kull rllli atd IH va, ali tie laa-i Ktv. T. I1. hll'JxiKi felt' ar.4 Mr, lor '..l- j K-L tU IVirj aril 1.0'Le HJ Kalt> f bper.dinj; two ftsecrjs In tl.tr city. K. Dooli-i ft hltle ter leH this au usit to SauU SU1 s, Mr. af.d Mrs. Roi iiri-ro. niar- nore, are visitors iri ;re They rr.olored over to tJ4e exhibi- tion. p i Mr. ar.tl Mrs. Mfiti. Vicvuia Man- sions, leH today f'.-r Mr. Meits is auditor for tU luteinatioG- al Harvester Co- -Mr. and Mrs. GabV, cf Vancouser, who Lcen gum-, vith Mr. and Mrs. George Whelm, Sixth ieit for Calgary this Morning cii route home. t Mr Cameron, of tte cii yteaching staff, left this afternoin to spend the iteration with his brothers in Saslt- Mr. Uurlield of Domliiion Ex- j press office, has teen transferred to j Medicine Hat and !eau-s shortly to assume his new duties. f t if marriage nl .lames Dough- ty Tichborne to Dnise Greuile, was celebrated in London, Kngland, Wednesday afternoon at Brompton More than usual interest was attached to (be merncmv JQ con- tulip veil [i-aie-tit :jd orange blossoms, a-d carnni d men, of and I A pearl iccklet -Aom from tre The jo'jQg sisters, the and Maty Stewail, ut-te flower i girl bearer, m prettv isei orer ar.d blue, ar.d L'eirts as souvenirs. 'I here r.-j other attendants. A reception uas i after the-cemnony. Mrs. Stew- art n caring1 rose satin i eited in cream lace. Mr. and Mrs MacdoriaM rtt for Detroit, at.d will return ior a sbort tisit before going io i'eiLie. sequence ot threats oi 'murder the bride. a woman to ED IU1E c; n V D 1 i Possible and himsell already exbaust- OIX rromment lOUng reople ed, strurk for the shore, which he t r j n j barely reached; ot Edmonton Drowned m the Saskatchewan A. P. Rrinionton, June anti the Marshall, Wells Mrs. Hooper, his, Mrs. KTccqlt Case, wife of tto manager of the.vtsl end branch ot thf Imperial Bank. i'srl C. Meredith, superintendent ol Marshall, companj. Meredith anil K Vatton, tho operating tnp boat, drouned bv the rapOyme a motor lanr.th this 'i'l.e saved is Hverclt Case, man- tiqir of the west er.rt Ijranch of the Furore hundreds ol spectators v.-ho enjoying tliemseHcs on the riv- er this evening at half past eipiit o'clock well known .toi: young people were drowned to- close to the low Iciel hrlrlge, Thy the overturning of a gasoline lacr.ih. AmM fruitless eric1; for aid siv oi tne occupants ol the boat sauk the last running river. Case i Mr. Wrady went to the rescue suffer- ed a bteatdoun last A ciew of mechanics was turr.ed loose oa to it early this morning. It is hopej that by this allernoon it will be ready Io assist in the work oi re- covering the' bodies'. My seven o'clock the new launch was ready ior .operation and before nine oYlock the drag hooks had been manufactured by blacksmiths. The boats immediately started isoik. A large crowd that was just leav- ing the ball grounds saw. the launch overturned and rushed cast along the back of the ruver until they got 16 a point just south of. Syndicate avenue and Jasper avenue in ihe cast end ol the city where the occu- pants ol the launch could 'fee plainly seen struggling in tho waters. There was a rush for boats, but already the victims of the treacher- ous river hid sunlc from'sight. -At once boats were put out on the river and they are now dragging to recov- er the lemainirg borftra Mrs. Case, of J.he drowned, had only returned her husband Irom on June IGth. They were married Mny 37th, in Spokane. Meredith and his arc also anew. 1> married couple. Case, 'only one saved in the Is prostrated as a result, and is under a phy- Stefan's care- Cauadian Northern.' They hoth dealt this "at considerable length with the con- morning in two feet of water below fcnflon of M. K. Cowan, that the the bridsc uflh a six-foot hole stove new lanlTs Usued hy the railways, in thr forward right lianfj sirlo. 1 MB subject to order from' the railway Recovered the Doal. launch was recovered HEAR ARGUMENT" IN CASE AND, THEN ADJOURNED AFTER PROTHACTED. SESSION Ottawa, June in the Kcgina rate case was continued be- fore the Loaid of railway commis- sioners tlus'moining by F. H. Chrys- ler, K. hchalf of.the C.P.R., Mrs J. Mandarins; lelt last night i for Spokane on receipt of a wire, stating that her little nephew had passed sway Lr.der an opera- I tion. i' y Miss Agnes ol t London, Onf., has been spenilins' the past four months in Vancouver, is c.vpect- i-d in the city tomorrow to be the uest ol her cousin, iliss Mary Simp j f if -t Local interest attaches to the an- nouncement of the marriage oE Miss Dorothea Huestis, only daughter ol Rev, Chas, H. and Mrs. Huestis, to Mr. George Heath Macdonald, of Rd- i. was soleninized at the Lee rard Gcetz Church efl Deer. iTcet. Tbe was to be chap eroned by Mrs. H. S. Smith, Mrs Andrew Til ley and Mrs. George Moth at the liver bottom tomorrow aitec- nooD, ha'- been postponed on accounl of weather conditions, and will be held on, Tuesday, July 1st, instead The are Kindly asked to cote the new date. v A London cable states The stat ball ivhich the King and Queen gave at Huckingliani palace last night honor ol the French President one of the most brilliant of the sea- son's court functions. 'The guests and K. II. K. C., for the probably nas nude after it sank, for {f It had bffti the original cause ol In the hoal and was eventually res-j the accident the launch uould not cued. taken three minutes to sink. (in thr trip 'town the KaUii.g to secure the expected gfap- tf.c party was gay with laughter, 'pliiii; iroris at Fort Saskatchewan, tlicre ivas dun to it Flopped and the lioat overturned, pre- cipitatmg Its rxcupants into the watT. Mr. Case, uho is a strong KftimiDpr, after nn attempt Io rescue hu wile tliat trie leal im- a sudden jar to the hoAtj there in cbirge of the rescue work triklng a snag. The engine {shortly after five "o'clock this morn- ing, Mured three or four black- smiths out oE ucd and set to work manufacturing them. At the Ion level bridge a rope i i i i t- i- lU tfJL" i we like la WIMwr we koow i[ niu piti-eour cuilomen" WIN! f 1 TAMt DSOR SALT board, ruid not the discrim FRIDAY SATURDAY BARGAINS Particulars as Advertised in Yesterday's Paper all Remain on Sale at Advertised Reductions in Price until Saturday Evening at 10 p.m. lni> far iu-cn icjiiurbtlily IjiiiL, ilc-iniiiiMfti ami citix.i-n-> ;ilikc oiu- to -fiiMimtblr Mini iiji-to-iJitti- iiit-n-iiiiuili-i- at firi n-lialil iir Id us tliftt ilv them witli 'v beluw Conic on HatiinlK.y .yimr share of tin- at THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES fjj c'inlir.g ovfil i Globe. WJACX-COOKER ed ID Yutoria, C ay, uten .Mr. Maurice Hat and Crar.brook, was united in marriage to Miss Ella Gladis Cock- cago, New York, Ottawa and other Kjstern points. They will be at home to tl.cic Iriccds ia Medicine Hat af- August 1. A pretty redding took place in Lerhbrldge on Wednesday evening. June 25. at 6.30 o'clock, when Miss Karon Sonberg became the wife ot Charles .McColtongh. The cereniony i ferforrnM by Her. 3. U. Francis at Ihe home of Mr. ar.d .Mrs. Bricker, "17 5th avenue north, Mrs. Bricker Being a sister of the groom. The bride was sweetly gonned in mesaaliae silk and was accompanied by Miss Nellie Gllis, alio a jrretly little flower girl in the person of Charlotte Schuck of High River, lie Robert McCollough, brother cf [he groom, acled as test roan. After the kuot was tied the company sat down to a dainty repast. the gucats ;vere: Mrs. tichr-ck, of Hied River; Mr. anil Mvs. Walter Marsh, Taber; Mr. and -Mrs. John Fletcher, Mr. Ilrook, Mr. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. Cobb. The newly married couple will reside at 443 19th avenue, North Jjethbridge, and start their married life with the best wishes of their many friends. em. tc-liiK reciulrtd for past stand- TO cent, for second class .onors: Calgary Junior C Baron Intermediate piano, Ixliman. Edinontcn Junior Eheon-. class G A. Given- 2, Miss D. P. Soach. Pass E. M. Blisdell Intermediate theory, Miss J. Sioore: 2, Miss M. E. Neff. Prirnar> v'aco, class Miss V. R. Walker; 3. Miss J. E Molyan. II. J IVM-cn E. Brown- ;e jr.J MIES D. P. Souch; 3. ilisa C. lukiKr B. E. Smith. 1'nrcary iJolm. class H. Cure-' Jurior violin. MlE5 II, I. llusi. Prince Albert or.icT thtorj. Miss 1. Law. !t.-i; i. 3, Mils J. Pnnur> fiaro, Miss B.' Richard utilor piir.o, class Miss E. K Wcodman. Pass, 1 Miss J. Charle- lois; Miss 1. Liu-less. Red Deer Junior Ibeory, Miss U Gretue Iniermcdfaie thiorr, class L C. CLadlsey. IJIBS---I, Miss Greene; 2, Miss 0 Hammond. Inu-TrcedUte- jiiano, 5 F. A. Galbraith; 2, Miss M. Hall. L. FHOM2-15 Pass Miss C. A. Given; Miss M. Thompson; 2, Miss F. Mcllardy; 4, Miss L. H. and Miss M. A. Parlihlll: 6, Miss G. F. Davidson. Junior piano, class Jl Miss D. Blass; 2, Miss L. Mevers; 3, Miss The farmers' picnic at Voung'3 cro.-slng oa Satuiday was well attend- ed The recent rains have cheered the I hearts of tbe farmers so they could ;njoy thf mselves, and a pleasant daj; was spenu P. MaeAdoo returned last week from Lcoaa, where he has been for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Cornet and son Elmer and v.ife. of Montana, were guests of G. U. Snarp and Saturday night. Tiie. sheds at the 5-15 school house were nearly completed last neek and the shelter afforded the horses will be much appreciated 10 PENEfMIE II Tiumbered lulty thousand, aoil the glitter ot uniforms and of ladies' dresses, in whirl] elaborate jewelled embroideries were a feature, made a magnificent picture. Definite announcement was made in London this iveek tbat the wedding of Lady Owcnth I'onsonby, Icnown, in smart London society and court cir- clfs as the girl ol thr I'onsonbr i lhc'and Ihe Hon Wvndhara .nation round to c.ust agwnsl cnd ,he Wrnt1hara Harir.? will Kegina -olilicr as lompared with tin- fhce I0 The blldc, tt.lnnipeg jofchtr on sl.lpinmls of car- daughl-r of (he Karl and Cojn load lots, fioni 1-orl to :o( ncssborough. rt is upccltd one of for (lie railivajs bnth conlrnilcd that under Hie new tanlt the rntcs be- tween Winnipeg arc based upon an 1 cst'eirls" in' assumed milpagc of 607 and not up- on Hie actual railrago of 777. They contended tliaJ this removed all dis- this strelehed across ITie rner, to and that on shipments were allai.he.1 by means of long, from Fort William, Kegina and ther.ce to points west of Hegina. The jobbers arc csaclly on Ihe same foot- ing as the Winnipeg jobbers who ship food into Winnipeg Irom Port Wtl- li.im nnd tlirncc to places vest of tbe Saskatchewan capital. rcs, hundreds of fish hoolvs. U was tlioiiK'it thai perhaps ;i the bodies were Hoatine; down tlic they ivoulrl catch on the hooks, An attempt to the river with plKo poles was ir.efiectlve, owing to siviltriC.w ot the current The untcr is flowing at a rate of eight or (en milrs an hour and al the bot- tom there Is a swift, powerful under- current, which sweep the bod- ies rtuwn rapidly unless they caught on something. The work ol recovery w-as consid- erably delayed (his morning owing [o the fad that neither of lhc other two molor launthcs owned by Mr. Oraity ucre in shape to RO on the river. One of them was a nctv boat, and from five o'clock this moimng mechanics were busy on U installing engines In order that as soon as drag hooks were ready they might sUrt important events of the social sea- son. Uesifirs bring one of the'loveli- est girls in society circles, she is a great favorite at court, where her charming piquancy won for her From the Duke of Connaught, her nom tie plume, which King Oeorge and fjuecn Mary promptly took up. The bridegroom-to-be Is a son ol Ihs Tar! of Cravta, and is immensely wealthy. t a On Wednesday evening the marriage of Miss Marie May Stewart, daugh- H. G. Smith, wholesale grocer of Her of Dr. and Mrs. n. Lome Stcw- Rejina, and a ir-cmber of the board ol trade of that city, spcaVing brief- ly said that if the tales were based upon actual and not upon assumed ........_... _. there would be no discrim- home of the bride in Church street; inalion against lieglna lie. declared the Henry Harper, oi art, to Mr. James Forsyfh Macdon- ald ol Fcrmc, II. C younjest son ol Mrs. John Macdonald of Inverness, Scotland, nas solemnized al the that the new (arid Issued by the railwajs under the direction of the board had not removed the diseritn- inalion ami that the people ol the nest expect ,1 new order which will make matters right. This concluded the hearing and the board adjourned alter probably the most-protracted session held since its conception. Tho question ol the ratts on livestock .shipments was lefC over .until The other launch, the oce in which'next sitting of the board. the wood, uncle of the bride, officiated, assisted by Ilov. nt. Robertson, St. James' Square Presbyterian church. Miss-Muriel Van Camp, played the wedding music, with an orchestra. The rooms were decorated with masies o; daisies and the. table un- der thf lawn marquee with plnV peonies. Miss Jtan MeConoell sang a solo while the -register vti being signed. The bride wit given away by her lather and wore while MISS MARY JOBE, NEW YORK ED- UCAT10NI3T IS TO TAKE A PERILOUS JOURNEY New York. June prac- tically unexplored regions of northern British Columbia and southeastern Al- aska, where, as yet, uncivilized Indian Irlbca have nerer seen the face of a white 'woman, Miss Mary L Jobe, professor of history in the nonrp! col- lego in this cily, will start a week hence from Prince Rupert, It. C., ac- companied only by two Indian gyldrs. Miss Jobc, who Is a of several explorations into the Selkirk moun- tains and who was one of the two women who, Nllh Prof. Herschel Par- ker, -A ere the first to set fool on Ml. Sanford, Ihe highest mounlain of the Selkirk range, announced her pjans. She will start west today. The young woman said Ihe purpose of her expedition was largely ethno- logical, ttiat she intended to make of the traditions, habits, ceremonies onrt language of Ihe Athabasclan or "Car- rier" Iriue ot Indians, along Ihe Skee. na and Peace riveis. The only know, ledge of the Iribe that has been ob- tained tas been Drought to cliillza- tion by trappers from Hudson's Bay trading posts. Jone plans to cover 400 miles on fool, following In- dian trails and spending ten weeks away from civilization She will leave Prince Rupert by boat, sailing up the Skeena river to IlAzelton, a Hudson's Pay trading post, and Ihenee on foot will follow trails Into the wilderness northward and vlslling sources of the Rkeena and Peace rivers, reluming to Hazellon she will lollow the surveyed route of tho Grand Trunk Pacific railroad to Fort George maVIng side trips to Indian Ullages on the She will then return Io Prince Rupert and malce a trip Into the practically Mplored mountain co-jalty of sojth- {astern Alaska. Milt Jobe't oulflt will be the con A Substitute for SUNLIGHT A Substitute for Sunlight is not as good and never can be, ior Sunlight has distinctions which can never be imitated with success. Sunlight costs no .more than inferior imita- tions so be sure you buy SUNLIGHT SOAP guarantee of Purity on every 5c. bar. The name Lever on Soap is a Guarantee of Purity and Excellence. ;