Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, May 3.191L THE LETHBRIBGE .DAILY HERALD EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, "'1224 620 Hostesses tomorrow- Mrs. J. Brodie. Mrs. (Dr.) Clarke will not receive tomorrow. A marriage has been arranged and will take, place r.'une 15, between Mr. Peter yah .deu 19th sars, only son Of the late Mr. The president's and secretary-treasur' er's reports appear below verbatim. Mrs. Glazier, president of '.the Jun- ior W.. A., reported -a successful., Jiud satisfactory year 'in that branch of the work. The nominating committee, the chairman of which was Mrs. J. N. Ritchie, submitted the following names of officers to serve the society for the ensuing year, a .vote was tak- en and the committee's selection was approved. The officers are President Mrs. J. E. Murrell- Wright. E. N. Higiuboth- am. Secretary, E. A. dee van den Nest, 'Belgian minister at Cairo, and of Mrs. Mutton, Bredon j Sharman. H. H-. Lemon will -not receive Summerrarid; B. and Edit-h Treasurer (Thank Offering again formally., this 1 Borradaile, eldest daughter of Mr. MrSi iRgriUn. C. C. ChipSnan. -comniissioner of the h'adson's- Bay company, and Mrs. Chipman. reason. and'Mrs-'Pinkham wxpect to iUjave Calgary the first week in June witness the coronation ceremon- Mrs: F: -H. Mewburn and Miss Hel- en yesterday afternoon from short European tour. Mrs. E, A. Cunningham returned Broome beautiful Jacob- je-an mansion near- Canterbury, .which; hits just been Marshal Viscount'Kitchener, is situ- home Monday evening from a "visit in Calgary. sh6rt Mrs. E. Av Cunningham has as ated in one of the best social and sporting districts in the county. It stands at an elevation of 200 feet above sea level, in a magnificently timbered park approached by several Drives, with a frontage'to "the Folkes road of over "one mile.'" The- entran.ce hall is a v'erv hand- Dcrcas Bentley. Nimmons, Salmon. Treasurer, (Extra cent a day uuid) Dooiey. Mrs. Higinbotham reported that the receipts of the Dorcas .fund of the W. A. amounted to and ihe disbursements the sarrs amount.- -Aa Indian boy in Mr. Vales' Mission, j eight hundred miles north of Edmou-j ton, on the Hay River, is the aux- iliary's special charge, -and a splen- did outfit of warm clothing has been purchased and donated by the society. Sufficient clothing has been-prepared. Cowan's seems to hit the rigrht spot It is a great food for husky young- ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and delicious 372 SOCIALIST M.P. HEADING FOR NOVA SCOTIA Montreal, May 3.-Mr. C. M. O'- M.L.A. for Rocky Mountain in the Alberta legislature, is here to- day. Ho will aid in spreading the socialist propaganda in this district, and then go on to Xovu Scotia, where he -will take part in the elec- jtions there in the interest of the la- bor party. Mr. O'Brien declared that socialism, was waking immense strides in Can- ada, particularly in the West. men of 'foe congregation interested in cnr work, especially the many- new-comers who are often lonely QNATION Summer Opening 'i Friday May 5th and 6th Fred Rose of Artillery i Battery Selected to Rep- resent Corps 'guest Mrs.'Breckenridge, of Calgary, j salqpn, and there j purchasetl and donated to keep a'Jialf land miss the church associations of j battery of t: a half dozen ot jare six bed- dozen lads warm for they have left. In this way j tillery, has-1 her friends- to meet-at- "the''tea -hour -irooms.-' rtr we shall help to liuild up in St. Augus- sent the bat her this tjhe price paid for, mansion: and to .C. a two weeks' visit in B. this- morning. Hamilton. Herald, April Wal- ter and Mrs; Lindsey returned to the today to spend a few days before.'leaTmg-Jor their' hoine ia Letli- ._ t of. Feme, who visiting in ,Wajner for the Thc Ladies' Aid Sbcietv of K'nox Besides the outfitting of the Indian; boy four sets of altar linen and an altar frontal has been made by the auxiliary this year. Mrs. 'Glazier was elected honorary president of the j. W. A., and it up in St. Augt a band of loyal workers who "have at heart the real extension "Christ's kingdom. Sergeant Fred Rose, of the 25th the Canadian Field Ar- been selected to repre- sent the battery at the coronation and is going. He will leave Leth- bridge about the middle o; May and j will .go to Kingston, where he will] Lisbon, May Secujo, one of All the ladies-are cordially invited .see .our Su-m-met Display of Millin- ery. We will show tJie latest modes in Lingerie and Light Straws suitable for summer wear, also a good dis- O- -flay of Children's Millinery Miss Cameron Redpath Street Hill Block RETURN JEWELS TO THE QUEEN Annie Murrell Wright. drln with Qlhers .pf.ihc Canadian con jthe'Best informed newspapers of Lis- president I 4. ecretary-treasurer. Mrs. Chiirch will meet alter- that a president of the Junior Aux- I Higinbotham, submitted the following; Loildon- .a, few daysfwith .'the Misses .Hazell. Mr. and "Mrs. T. W. children expect to leave in a fort- uight .-.to' Eacbern" having been transferred -to the Toronto' Junction branch, .of ..the Bank.of Toronto Mrs. W. 'A. R. Cocq and little daughter Dons; amvea in the "cit-y Monday JTOIU Kent, England: Mr. Cocq "and" son preceded the members of the Lethbridge months ago. Tfiey ,wili reside at 645. AsbnTead street. It is reported that Ear-1 Spencer, Lord, has decreed that attifelt in hobble skirts will not be allowed at any of the court functions at-.-the coronation of King George. Fashionable dressmakers have been notified to tell their cus- tomers of.the prohibition. .'.'._ The Club will celebrate the success of the season of ciub hops with a large dancing" party in the Knights' of Pythias Hall on Mon- day evening next, for -which 'a num- ber of" Irivitationsfehave been extend- ed to friends of the members. "Tbe patrdnesses'-Vill be Sfcsdames H. G. Kazell, J. W. Bawden, A. Ripley, W. J- "Nelson, ,-P- E. Mason and W. J. Armstrong The secretary of the club is Mr, B. L. Cope. noon at "3 o'clock. The monthly meeting of -the Bap- tist Church .Mission Circle, which was to have been held has been postponed until-Thursday after- noon, May _ The Sunday School. Guild of St. t'heir meetings during will hold a social meeting the first Satur- day afternoon iii June. V Woman's K-ome Missionary So- ciety Knox church, will meet this evening at 7.30. Mrs. Charles Me- Killop will report the proceedings and business dealt Tvith Synodical Convention held in Calgary last week. The Annual '.'meeting of -the W.M. S. of Westminster Church -was held at it-he'parsonage yesterday, and the of- ficers for tfae'''ensuing year -were elect- i A'., Lytle. G. B.' Gray. Reding. P; J. A lexan- der., Gray. Watch Tower W. Houli, Mrs. Mcllveiina, "Mrs. J. B. Gray, Mrs. W. 'Alexander. Mrs. was, at a previous meeting, elected delegate to the branch meeting at Calgary on May 17, IS, and The society is able to in- crease in financial returns over last The St. Augustin's Woman's.. iiiary v.'ould not be appointed until the next W. A. meeting. The Auxili- ary pledge of to general mis- sion expenses, was raised to Delegates were elected to represent the Auxiliary at the Diocesan-annual" meeting- of the Woman's Auxiliary, which will bo held in Calgary the -lat- ter part oi this month. The delegates elected were Mrs. Murrell-Wright, 'The year just ended has not been quite-as active a one for our Auxiliary Vltingent, and from there will to tiiat tlie superintendent 11 -of the Royal Palace has returned to the.Dowager Queen Mafia Pia, a mag- nificent. diamond necklace valued at PRECIPITATION AT SASKATOON THEATRICAL MAX DILL APPEAR AT THE MAJESTIC, FRIDAY AND -A theatrical announcement interest is that of the coming of. Max Dili, the celebrated German comedian. more .than which, she -leftiiate of a special full hjeetiriK of the Board of Trade in SI. .Ai-.gustjn's h is urjcf-nriy retiJi'ested that every member of the hoard Torn Richardson v.-ili be there. 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