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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May THE rLETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 The people. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KIN DS CiQJMPLIES WIT HALL PURE FOOD LAWS MADE IN CANADA. EW.GILLETT CO.LTD.TQROISTaOM: In Interest in Reciprocity Caused by Democratic 'Leaders Toronto, May from Waafa PENNILESS GIRL IN PARIS GARRET Claims She -is-Wife- of Va Boston Man .Recently Married EDITED BY Office Phone, Residence 'UNO.' 1224 620- 8 o'clock, in the vc'stcy -of the. and officers for the eusuing year i.i as follows: J! CK A. Sanderson, Teacher, by tic- clamation. ji A. E. Jarv'is, Worthy i' A. Rose, Vice-President. i W. Simm, Secretary. W. Houit, Corresponding Secretary. T. English, Treasurer. Conveners, of Visiting I and Social Committees, W. Taylor, j W, Barnard, Byram. Hostesses Mrs. W.-'R. Seatle. Mrs. A. B. Stafford will not re- ceive tomorrow. Mrs. C. A. Little will not receive again this season. very attractive with the addi- tion of bouquets of cut flowers for a couple' of hours ail else was for- Mrs. E. U- .Rylands.will not ceive tomorrow. About twenty members 01 the Wo- man's Home Missionary society of the rigor of the game which i Kn'ox church attended the meeting, in was'played at five tables. At xuppcr j the vestry last night. The president. time prize was awarded Mrs.' Buchanan, and the secoad favor was.won by Mrs. Seatle. Mrs. Itcb- .crtson wore a pretty (limy y.vcn ot black and white striped and Mrs.-'C: O. Cragg-will receive to- morrow, and not.again until fall. ;-Mr3; -Anderson looked well in. a smart white .foulard At. the conclusion of -ho a choice menu was served at Tlie card Mrs. .Whiddington will not receive I'tablcs. tomorrow nor again this season. in. the Canadian Paris, May is'a blonde reolprocit3r_a.greement has slumped girl, .ill and penniless, in a Mrs.. J._T. "Vallance will not ceive tomorrow. Miss Mary Simpson entertained a jolly, contingent of the younger set last evening. Fix-e hundred was the iforrc" that took up the Mrs. -T. F. Kirkham will not- re-" [-major.-portion of the evening, the Miss McLea'y, presided, and after the usual business was dealt with, Mrs. Charles McKillpp. :wbo was the so- ciety's; delegate to the Synodical con- veution in Calgary: last week, .gave a splendid report of the proceedings. irt.costume of and [The Alberta 'Presbyterian W. H. Mis- J. veiled .with black tulle, siobarv" society- during the past .year; have accomplished-'a great deal in the home mission field, boxes of cloth- been sent to homestead- ers, a number of .boys have been sup- ported ia, the, Ruthenian homes, and i the society all .oxer' the province have done special, wort in the hospitals. Summer Opening Saturday May 5th and 6th All the ladies are cordially invited to see our Summer Display of Millin- ery. We will show the latest modes in Lingerie and Light Straws suitable .for summer wear, also a-good dis- play of Children's Millinery- Miss Cameron Redpath Street Hffl Blodc ceive tomorrow. Literature lias been sent to scores of t people living in. scattered districts miserably; notwithstanding the per- .garret of an obscure hotel in Paras, 'pr evident- -Taft declared-today, she is. Fleorence j tomorrow. :fo wile of Charles j Mrs.'Hugh Boyd will not receive the drawing room. The three pretty j piles and. funds to carry on their iU .tfre untl: '.Wilson, .known on two continents j game-being played-at 'six tables, [and.the missionaries of the province Robert Nimmoas, teing called upon, i and white carnations beautified jhave been greatly Assisted with sup- jsaid, speaking as an old timer; .-he had watched the development of: the i'lit'tie sisters of the hostess wearing j work' among, the. distressed. Mrs. Me- -congratulated Mr. Popham 'on -the dainty'white frocks and gay-hued rib- j Clure also attended the conference country and was glad to see how big which life election "of a 'in 1 the manager Alfred Vanderbilt's jB.wjnjg, ...The truth is that, the horses. A tew months ago Wil- tafiff plans hate pusbedyison married a Boston .heiress. At tariff- 'issue" off the' centre of tliat time he prospective father-in-law Mrs. Fred Hick will receive for the ]jons, greeted the visitors and direct- last week and'added a few interest- they were growing. The only last time this spring tomorrow upst.a-irs and later in the ing. remarks' to Mrs. McKillop's re- Ible Avas that; there were not'enough 'the'-' stage: Democratic leaders t.o make their billa for 'evening served the bon bons. At-the jport. 'conclusion of several games it was objected to "Wilson.. on the: ground of lits acquaintance with a certain Flor- reduction the. real is-jence Seheacfc (.suss 1912 campaign.1" The de- '.of the anti-reciprocity sen- i'stcss -Mr.. Taf t have.a vote on as a. that try' to eliminate it froni oon- .in the campaigji and ;tq' CQaftne that campaign to a Here is the legal r.ecord transcribed at Sommerset House of that protective "tariff ye r- office, Paddington, Sth of Shlrles Henry Wilson, aged.. 4o divorced hus- band of Elizabeth. Ainge Wilson, WAS mailed to Florence Roseer Scheack, aged, 21, daughter of Dr.. Ppwhatton Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Same, of .that the Mghest scores w-re greviile, are guests for the .held b3t.Miss Cavanah and Mr. Wyatt week of Mrs. J. .Duff. -Mr. and Mrs. J. Higinbotham who: were awarded pretty prizes. Af- ter a most acceptable menu had been Mr_ Simpson assisled by _ and family, are moving into .their three .Qf tbe JlbovsJ, a jolly spacious new home on Bartiett St. Mrs. G-arey, of Sweet .Grass, and- Mrs. Ryan, of Massachusetts, are-the guests-of Mrs. Hufner. hop -ended the event's festivi- ties.' Mrs. -D. H. Elton's pretty draw- were; filled throughout the day -the protectiye re- not last long afternoon Schenck Mrs. L- L. Astruith will be home to her Mends for the last time formallv this season tomorrow after- receiving -hours yesterday afternoon, evea "Ef.. "it b.e ratified at 'the sald had been ,no dirorce no6n. and that her husband had been in con- j stant communication with her up to a few -weeks before what she terms his it .being'the last time this hostess was at home formalh- this season. The congregation of St.- Mary's, Church first Parish Social." buildings :to accommodate them all, nor the men to minister to them. He songratulated .Mr. Popfraixy on the way he had made St.' Marj's go in-Reding's hall last 150 j ahead. Rev. J. E. Murrell-Wrighi, .people being' present. Rev. C. H. Jin a short speech, said he .was glad Popham, in a short address, extend- ed a_ hearty welcome to everybody. The then rendered. Pianoforte solo "Sonata by; Mrs. .Jackson, was well received. J. Kilaer next sang "Maid of and in re- sponse to an..-., encore "Killarney." Miss Arnold's rendering of "Snow- and encore "Golden Ladder ;VERY SUDDENLY fcilgamouB marriage in Boston. He wrote loving letters' promising to re- A, L..Suton, accompatueo Mrs. Sifton and his daughter Mrs. Dennis, will sail ircm. Montreal Shew- turn, saying that she was; his only MaF 19; to attend-the .of' thV oldagt educationists inihapiness.' Canada, .sudden Miss Schenck, or Mrs. Wilson, weptJ Little Miss Ursula opened the door joi was excellent. Master E. I for, her mother's many and -Jackson's comic song, "So Early in to, the was encored. Mr. C. the R- Matthews rendered song, wearing a very charm "That Happy and an encore, cloth with effective Miss Washbrook ren- MJS. Elton extended a welcoirs at ..the ;entrance of Mr. and Mrs. A. Niven, Canada, .sudden iil-l Miss Schenck, or Mrs. Wilson, wept j, Mr. ana Mrs. A. by physical weakness, but been visiting with 3 station to which' lie I persisted' in-saying: en few davs i Robert Niv- en lor'a few days their to London as.soon pos-j home in Calgary laad-and-a.-sraduate" of Aberdeen; and'sible and-swear-oat a warra-nt-against f or was principal of "Lans-j my husband, charging As a matter, is fiyrpntana is a guest at the C. A. money railway .farmer food, Mrs Goode is a sisP "jThat she ,has. shelter surplice'bodice- edg'ed v-ith fine pleat- i ing of silk of the" same shade. Pip- i irigs. of' coral satin gave a touch of r to the gown. In the tea. '.the pretty'.' was centred with pink Enchant- ress-carnations, and: was presided HOLY NAMES ACADEMY NORMAIZSCHOOC FOR YOUNG Under- direction -Sis- ters of tfce Holy of, Jesus .and Mary. First Class Boarding SchocL ErimaiT and Gnunmar Grades. State Accredited High School- Advanced Normal Couree c-f Two Years accredited by the State of Washington. State .conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio. ,___; to Book, Wash. to see such a large gathering, and aiso the way in which they had all rallied round St. Mary's', and, to- gether with Mr. Pophain, replying to FOUR NEW TRAINS its present flourishing condition-. Rev; C. H. -Popham, replying, said "he was very grateful to the congregation, and the various societies in connec- tion therewith, for the able way in which they had assisted all his' ef- forts to build up a greater St. Mary's. A very sociable and jolly time was spent and the was brought to a close at 11.15- p-.in- with the singing of the National Anthem. PUT ON .Ck-T, Specie! Trata- and to Summer wai Trunk headquarters a improved train serrtce out of Toronto -and throughout Ontario for oomiay mer. This includes the pottias on. four, new trains, the chief of COFFIN SO WIDE Could "City and an en- core. River" acceptably. Mr, Jack Fletcher: recited a-very. funny piece which was greatiy Mr.-H. .J. Kilner brought 'the programme close with Song that so wide that it.cc-Aildnot That Funeral of 300-Popnd Not Be Held from ;Home be a, -newspaper special, which will ave Toronto at 2.45 every -morning, connecting at St. 'Thomas, Hamilton and Startford" with" other Terre. Haute, May 4. Becaus_a early trains, so that the Toronto News- papers will be delivered, throughout south-westera Ontario -rsgiilar business" This cai> _., T, i T'ss-J j-'it.3Jut-u.. -1 Thomas Goode Miss Ada Wri ht whowore- an encore Old "Kentucky Home." f rt T no I Q J i 1 i be got into the house the funeral but newspapers.. years of age. is 'owing to friends. Charles' Wilson 15 in London managing the coaching season for Al- fred Vanderbilt. HORSE PRANCED WITH. BARN DOOR-.AS ITS COLLAR Wheat Prices Winnipeg, prices' in American markets are as" f 95 3-4, open closed t7-l-2; October, 91 3-8. So 3-4, closed 35 5-S; closed, 36.7-8.. Flax elosed-il-ay 232, Julj' 2.35. Gash prlcee No. lj No.. 2. i yard the horse noticed some hay' ;Npr.'33 3 Nor.-91, No. 4 Nor. j through a hole in the" door. Of a barn. 811-2. Seed 62. land it tempted him'to poke his head W., 35 Flax No. through' the hole some. He got r fths haj- but when he tried.-'to get his of Mrs. Little. Teas .have apparently yielded becbmiug frock oi'raspberry figured competition, which caused eolienne'-with "of .an.usenient, was won by Mr. jta in-ths same tone, and large black 1 and Mrs- Stowe. Light refreshments, hat, caught at one side with j ably prepared by the Ladies' Guild, an-ummense buckle1'made of crushed !were served during the evening. Mr. James ,P. McGill had to-be held else- where. McGaU weighed.: 300 .pounds. Instead of -a hearse -a. wagon had to be used to carry the body. to the, cem- pato T-O house cleaning. as the. popu- .f 'Irose'n'yacmths. las lorm of entertainment. -I-t .is j J f eight davs since we heard of a church -x M Our corresponaent, irom Tincher chain tea. (_ I Creek writes marriage took forenoon at the Presbyter- etery. He hoys. the father of twelve The heart of average- adult makes about one three-thousandth of a volt of electricity at every Ijeat an instrument has been invented sitive enough-' Kingston, deliv- Miss Flossie Johnston, who for the ery horse, .belonging to'Simmons Biros., hardware store, created: excitement this morning ancf came within an ace of-iosing ,bis life. L-eft in the -.Minneapolis, open May.: 9.T7-S, closed 983-S; July open 98-34, closed 995-8; September ;open :921-2j-closed'93 3-4. May open 94, closed 96 5-8; July open 8S, closed 89 1-2; September closed 881-2. 'past two years has been residing ian manse of' Mr. Clarence E. Snvder -v -A ,i to vMiss Agnes Elsie Dbbbie, daugh- with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and T> A ter, oi May or R: .Bobbie, tne cere- Mrs. Hugh Boycl, for 3ier home in Ottawa summer. tomorrow performed by Rev. W. W. 'jAitchison. The bride was dressed .i a travelling suit of blue and .white Rev.; T. P. Perrr united in rharri- age yesterday afternoon at 5.30 hat, and her sister, Miss: Jean Dob- bie, who performed the duties of head out he He kicked j Wesley church, -Joseph Peters "ann around madly and before .assistance i Miss Vera V. Olson, both of Cards- came, he had pulled the ;doorj off its j ton. Mr. and Mrs. Peters left "to- hinges. He was the yard .with the dopr hanging on his nsck, when the driver found him, and a saw had to be used to tree him. wore a cream, cloth suit for their home. HERE3 WHERE WE P.P [with hat to match, yThe newly mar- riecL.cpuple left for "Bincher Station as--soon as the was over, where tthey took for Leth- ;e, in which ciiiy''they'will spend days before proceeding to the Simpson Go. Showing the Newest Window Draperies and ii Mr. and Mrs. Steednian anh 'Mav Highwodd, of England, arrived in the dtv vesterdav for their tnp. Both are being entertained at the and Sroom have-hosts-of friends Mr and Mrs. J. T. J. Vallance. ;Mr; old and young in the com- j and Mrs. Steedman will 1 who extend for a long and happy life. Mr. Marcy D. Couch was best man on the occasion. the city. Mr. L. S. Wells leaves tonibrrow: morning for Winnipeg, where he will assume his new duties in that-city's and who with the bridesmaid ac- j cpnipanied Mr. and Mrs. Snyder their trip as far as Lethbridge, return--in the morning.. j branch-of. the- Bank of Toronto. Wells expects to take his annual va- cation about- the fifteenth of May j This evening the adult Bible classes land will visit with his parents- in of Westminster Sunday-school will Waterloo, Ontario, for a month. ik A despatch from Brandon this ai- j ternoon says Miss Charlotte Hor- j besides the members of the classes. 'top, assistant lady superintendent of The- speakers of the 'evening will be j entertain the members or the teach- j crsv training class with a high tea. A few invited guests will be present j ,'t.he Brandon Hospital, who resigned the; superintendent of'.-the. school, Mr. recentlv, was married at the Saint j -J- Torrance. Mr. 0. D. Austin and j Mary's church this morning to Swift Hodspn, of. Lethbridge, western i representative of the Co., Winnipeg. FOR YOUR GARDEN DON'T YOU NEED A WHOLE LOT OF NEW-TOOLS? WE HAyE THEM. DON'T BORROW YOUR NEIGHBOR'S WE DO. NOT "GO TO SEED" IN OUR BUSINESS, BUT KEEP UP-TO-DATE WITH ALL THE RELIABLE BRANDS OF HARpWARE IN ABUNDANCE "WE HAVE IT Stafforcl-Agnew Co, A bright little tea yesterday after- noon was given by Mrs. E. Cun- jningham for her guest, Mrs. Brecken- ridge, ot Calgr.ry. A, dozen of the. hostess' intimate friends spent a pleas Rev. T; P. Perry. T ..At. the meeting of the Ladies" Aul Society of Wesley church yostcr.'iay i j afternoon a nominating committee appointed to prepare a list oi" nominations for the offices of the so- ciety and to report at the adjourned meeting of the society ta held Wednesday afternoon, Kay lOih. ant liour chat-ting with her congenial of this committee an-: visitor and enjoyed the tea Itou.r re- j'daiues Southard and Livingston. On j past ;served From a daintily appoint-'account of a number of" the. numbers i I nd tea'table done in rosy of thfi .Society beujg unablt- to I land presided over by Mrs. .1. 0. Vvi! the yesterday, the i i son and Mrs. Rigby. ict-riiag uliicii vvas lo have r.een I j was tililil next j Mrs. .1. gave a cburjft1 j :ie.sday. ing little bridgt- pariy at which "If you live out'of town, write us.'1 score of friends uujoyt'd s her Methodist, church visitor, Mrs. T. W. ofjafluM Bible class held, their annual High River. The hospital home business on Monday idii, at Curtain Materials ITlfE want every housekeeper to see our stock, YouH, say we have the most attractive bright new for Decorations to be had. in the city of Lethr bridge. Our prices .will stand comparison, in fact they are always low. _ Cathedral Madras a light weight soft draping material in medium and dark shades with pretty floral patterns and 36 inches wide. Special per 20c Cretonne Coverings neat designs. "Pretty colorings of tan, blue, green and pink. 31 inches wide, "per yard Fine weight cioth in floral, stripes and set figures, 36 inches wide. Special 1 jD r per yard. Heavy Hangings are shown Silk Velours, Silk Tapes- tries. heavy wool reps and silk mixed Tapestries. Prices f A per yard from 10 White, cream and ecru. Some very pretty new things in prices ranging We make up any kind of Curtains to order on shortest order ;