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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ,-Slay' THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD mtalHl v EDITED Office Phone, Rosidenco BY "UNO." 1224 620 ABOUT OURSELVES 11. TJiose 'Who always apeak well of wo- do not know them enougn; those I-1 who always speak ill of women do not them at Lobrun. j v A woman faeclnatws a man quite- as i often, 'by -what she overlooks as by she Mr. Lionel Hulbert, of Cardston, is -week-end guest at "Rivervfew" the home of Mr. and Mrs. Convbeare, j Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Jackson are .rejoicing: over the arrival of a wee daughter, Margaret Lavlnia. Miss Jessie Macbeth is entertaining at the tea hour this afternoon for, tQok place here Miss Reta Cavanah, of Peterboro, a delectable supper was served. After supper an enjoyable hour was spent in music. Before the guests dispersed Mr. Kaake made a few appropriate re- markE in honor of the guest of the to which ]Vir. Valiance fit- tingly replied. Among the guests were Misses Dow sett, G-iddings, Jones, McCann, Cas- cadden and .Watts, and Messrs. S. R. Valiance, Tennant, Cascadden, Patterson, Hunter and Cress. A special despatch from Mich., says The marriage of Pauline Xancrede, youngest daughter of Dr. and "Mrs. C. Nancrede, to Mr. i Chester Staples, ot Wyciiffe, B. C., in MAKKET8 Grain Markets St. Andrew's _ i church, April 27th! A surpliced who is Mrs. Conybeare-s house guest. the -Dridal chorus froni Lohengrin as the bridal Mrs. -J. N. Ritchie brought a few! party entered the church.. The brides- friends together at the tea i maid's weref Misses Clare Johnson, Winnipeg, -May prices in' hoilr yesterday as a courtesy to Mrs. Detroit Ellen Merritt, Toronto; Winnipeg and American markets are' Anderson's guest, Mrs. Robertson. Marjorie Smith, Berlin, Ont.; Helen MADC IN CANADA Is the Standard Article READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY IDS water, removing old paiof; didnfcctiny clbceto, drains for other A can 20 SAL SODA. Usefaffor SQO firpose' W, GCCXETT COMPAKY -MIXED as follows: Mrs. L. M. Johnstons presided over Winnipeg markets, -wheat 'May; the attractive tea table. opened closed 96; July opened 97 j "From the- first time you. serve it and taste its delicious, irresistible flavor you will keep it at hand -'always. This particular cheese is out of. the ordinary run and embraces all the true, pure nutritious goodness of the richest cream. Thousands of the '.raost- particular- homes in the Dominion are enjoying Mc- Naughton's Crea'ra Cheese because they have ta.sted it.-and its palatable, wholesome quality. It is made in a scrup- ulously -clean and modern factory in the "Improv- ed" .McNaughton fresh every. day. Put up in ;near, attractive white opal jars, and pure tin foil rackets ready to serve on any table. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT 'AVTNNIPEG, MANITOBA, closed 97 1-4; October opened :-O l-4, closed 90 1-2. Oats, May opened Tihe marriage of Miss Elsie Donald- n Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Special to the'Herald) Calgary, May ceeding warm weather and high winds of yesterday, heavy showers' of rain and soft snow have swept the entire central -portion of the. province of Al- Ross, Lindsay, and Lillian Brown, berta, precipitating a great quantity 3G 1-2, closed 36 7-S; Flax, May opened J- D- Miller, Sirathccna avenue, Mont- Ann Arbor. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Staples are honeymooning in New York and will subsequently make their home at Wyciiffe, where a hand- -to Bruce J. Hodgson, of Lund-; S0ine residence has already been erect breck', Alta., son of -Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ed for their accommodation. Rcslyn avenue, Montreal, is i-.3a, closed 2.33; July olo.sod 2.: i Cash Nor. 95 3-4; 2 N 93; 3 Nor. 90 3-4; No. 4, ".-I Xo 81 3-4; No. 6, 74 3-4. Fsed C2. to take place on w. 2S 2-4. i day, June American markets, Minnea-polis opened 98 closed 97 The Retail Clerks of Lethbridge, Lc- rfjpened 100 1-S, closed 98 opened '93, closed 92 3-4. of moisture and saturating the soil in a manner and with an opportune time which will benefit the winter wheat and sprouting spring grain, to ESGMN UPPER Fez, Morocco, April ier to Tangier, May of Capt. Bremond's column, has' not. changed the Bitaaticn and the investment of capital continues.' Tht rebel horsemen are beyond, reach of artillery have' cui off food supplies. The Suitanjs troops oat with constant skirmishing': and watcbiuhiess; Rebel chiefs the moral advantage since now ail; Morocco knows that the Sultan penned up in the .capital and.; that'--his loyal troops are unibls- to move tbt; outside range of their artillery, rebels are obtaining an upper an extent that can be mora correotlyj throughout the -country. Tribes Mrs. p. L. N-aisnrith gave a very charming and informal luncheon 1911. described in millions of dollars that! tofore loyal -are joining the reteliicai will come flowing into the province. in! fear 'that the Tillages of return for the unprecedented. those fusing r 'that is now assured .-for the..summer 7-g; 'cal 1191, have extended invitations forj held terday as a courtesy to a number of out of town visitors in the city and color opened 96 7-8, closed Friday evening, in the K. of j note in table adornment was green, j Although the fall of snow during, the past winter was perhaps greater than usual and as a result the soil "waB in better shape to start the season, two J94 1-2; July opened 8S, closed SS 1-4; Hesina Mrs. nnmn fn-fn nmirf -a n rl d rl n If i n n- -Tnt-enn Hojlmii o ut. j _ i_ ___j.____, old girl came into police court, and, after a long consultation -with Chief la d information against a well known business man of the city on a charge of seduction. A warrant has been, issued for his-arrest, and case 'will come up on Monday 'The police are very reti- cent and.j'refusc to disclose the iden- tity of either party until they make a It is understood that the doctor's examination discloses a very aggra- vated cage, and some startling evi- dence will'come out at the trial. MUST- FUR.NISH PURE "WATER Toronto, May -All hotels, restaur- ants, train depots .and boats 'in On- tario which provide water for the public shall be required to furnish wa- ter that is -pure. An order to this effect has been issued, to take effect on May loth. j. j T wu r> I winiiiyeg market T. stant drinking, Joseph BeOeau, a for.No8J a low holding pink sweet peas. w. Robertson> High RiTer Mrs_ younij French-Canadian, residing 3j 4> 5 and 6 to, fill boats. Pink sweet peas and carnations lent j Breckenridge, Calgary; Mrs. Ham- 287 Delisle Street, seized a revolvci j Export was reportad still out of lino j beauty to the drawing. room. mond, Winnipeg; Mrs. Naismith, j Brockville Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, Mrs. This evening Mrs. Alice.B. j J. R. Anderson, Mrs. Rigby, Mrs. Provincial Commander of j Vrooman, Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Tinning of .the Maccabees of will j and the hostess. this afternoon and opened fire 'a front window at passersby on the street. D. Molletts, a. neighbor, was wounded in the back and Constable Mailleaux in the arm in- attempting to arrest him. Neither victim was seriously injured. When the police from !2 to 3 cents SOBie exporters were resellers. .BirKenhead Stock Market Liverpool, May Rogers and in rease of one-quarter HalL The local lodge Bounds surrounding the house were being in full finally forced their way into the j cent per -pound and both Stales and by a rear entrance they found j Canadian cattle made from_13 1-2 to the that Beileau had collapsed and was 114 cents per lying in a drunken st-upor on floor. His mother, with whom he been living, said that he had drinking heavily, and had the i that bf- was being persecuted by hu- rnanifev in scencral. S. SENATOR K1TTREDGE DEAD Hot Springs, Ark., May Former United States Senator Arthur Board American-made fountain pens com- jKirtred-ge of Sioux Falls, South Dakota SO per cent, .of the mar- {who served two terms in the senate. Sheep were very few in number and made slightly higher prices. Wethers, clipped mak- l2 1-2 (clipped) fifteen been cents 'per idea LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONES ket for conveniences of their kind in Great Britain. his service ending two years ago, died here last night. England "Too Slow" Qompared With thi United States London, May V. 'Vail, issued a large number of for the lecture, whichj promises j and of very. hue. to be of niuch interest, as Mrs. j Locke is a clever speaker. It is'hoped J monthly meeting of the Leth- that she will be greeted by a large J bridge Relief Society and Nursing :audience. The first work of the Flower Mis- -sion began today and it was nrost gratifying to the members of the committee that their efforts have been so greatly approved that a vol- j Mission will meet Monday afternoon j at the mission on' Bartlett street at 4 o'clock. The members are remind- ed that the membership fee is twen- ty-'nve cents a month. Monday evening the Westminster untary from one Jorists I Guild Q{ wijl hold their social of the season. Everyone is I given splendid opportunity for work in the fields. There are signs of the weather "clear ing today, and should It do so and remain fair for three days the fann- ers of Alberta will be thromh. witli all their spring operations knd irili be ready for the wet season. The that today's rain is about wwii earlier fchan tbe usnal -wet renders it aitogether .probable that there .will fee more fine weather before the- heavy continuous rains start in. Jn the extreme south of the prov- ince there are no rain reports today but the weather is similar .to that which preceded the rain, throughout the entire central district exist ttiere today in the form of excessive neat and higih winds, -which may safely-be taken "as a harbinger of rain. blockade of ammunition or: artillery capital, has been -greatly 'was' at an 'extraordinary --The .message f date'd April 10 'ed by' way of Tangier. CH1NESE TROOPS SENT O.UT Canton, May revolutionaries are threatening East Ri- ver, 57 north of Hcng Kong and 46 eist of this city. Authorities riwsrpatened troops to Intercept tnom. COWAN'S PERFECTION POLICE COURT iceoaore v. vt is President of tte American Telephone was n.ade this morning and j .nTited tQ some em_ in an inter-! accepted with thanks. The knriiirTi and Telegraph Company, in an inter leiegrapn TT -j. i o.v- ._., yesterday, expressed the were sent to the Ga-lt Hospital this that the British telephone service was afternoon and gave much cheer and rto-date and quite equal I brightness to a number of the pa- good and up to that in the United States, with the exception that long distance calls wew too slow. The instantaneous long-dis- States' in the tients. FOR YOUR GARDEN DON'T YOU NEED A WHOLE LOT or NEW TOOLS? WE HAVE 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 BRAMDS OF HARDWARE IN ABUNDANCE WE HAVE IT Staff ord-Agnew "II you live out of town, write tance service in the United must and probably would conn next five years. "No one in tlie States." said Mr. Vail "thinks of telegraphing to anyone with- in 150 miles. He rings him up and. gets through as quickly as you do here to a man across the street. It means j expense in plant, but such a devel- opment here is inevitable." Mr. Vail referring to the Govern- ioent' purchase of the National Tele- phone Company's service, said that for several months Government officials; had been in the -States examining nis j corporation's system, and he was im- j pressed by their kaeness and efficient cy. It was hardly an exaggeration to-! say that the system of today., was different from that of two years ago.! as black from white. In 1909 his cor- j poration-spent on meet; last year this amount increased I to Mr. Vail told a story which illustrates to some degree the extent to which the telephone hes become a house- hold" necessity across the Atlantic. One of'the vice-presidents of the com- pany called in a lonely farmhouse in i Nebraska, and found the housewife busy churning with the receiver tied to her head. Thus she was enabled to gossip with all the "neighbors" who were attached to the same line, whilst not neglecting her work. j Long-distance telephoning is progres- j sing rapidly in the States. Recently Mr. Va'l spoke from New York to Den- j ver, a distance of miles, and he 1 confidently asserts that within a year they will be able to converse from i coast to miles. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Kaake enter- tained a number of young people last evening complimentary to Mr. S. R- Valiance, who sails for England or. the 24th inst. The evening was spent in games and guessing contests, after which blem to represent a well known.book. A most entertaining program, is be- ing prepared and the girls of the Guild- will serve refreshments. The Methodist Ladies' Aid Society have made a Yesterday afternoon it was reported j at the police station that John Purcell, wno was up on a D. and D. charge a couple of days ago, had been begging around the residential portions of the city. Chief Gillespie sighted him but John made himself scarce, hiding in one of fhe livery stables of the city. The chief followed him up and dlscov-i ered him in one of the mangers. of the stable and took him in charge, 'after some very eloquent abuse on the i part of the va-g. This morning he years work, showed receipts amount- u.p -before Magistrate Ball and ing to S23S which has been earned j year. Their recent report of "Great for Breakfast A day started on Cocoa is a day with a dear head and a steady a day foil of snap mud Hfe. Cocoa nourishes the: body-. It is rich in food value and; easy to digest DO YOU USE COWAN'S COCOA? HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under the direction-of the Sis- ters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. First Class Boarding and Day School. Primary and Grammar Grades. State Accredited High School. Advanced Normal Course of Two Years- accredited by the Stale of Washington. State Diplomas conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio. Write to Sister Superior for Yeas- Book. Spokane, Wash. the Society. FASHION NOTES FR-OM PARIS SHOPS The 'butterfly bow is chic. j was given thirty days with hard labor, j C. Hart undertook to carry an ordin- lary every-day jag last night, but hisj (shoes got tired and the police picked j inim up and gave him a free, though i {bard, berth for the night. It only costi ibnn six dollars .for the privilege. ueens Kingston, Ontario. ARTS. EDUCATION. HEOLOGY, MEDICINE, SCIENCE including ENGINEERING. Arts coarse may be taken by students (loslrlnp to gradu- ate must attend one session. ARTS SUMMER SESSION August. 11th. tvrlte the Ont. For Calendars istrar, G. Y. New coiffure shows broader, higher effects. There is a decided for black velvet shoes. j Brocades are gorgeous in colorings and texture. I ti Never have -foulards been so beau- j jtiful or so popular. f f Grays are shown on many of the newest materials. MousseJine is now used frocks of batiste or linen. to Linen promises a wider patronage this year than ever before. Huge flat hats Tvsth i faced with contrastin low crowns are colors. BRYAN .DEFENDS BIBLE Challenges Those Who Assail Its Di- vine Inspiration Cliicago, May from President Taft and British Arobassa- idor James Bryce -were read tonight at the celebration of the 3CCth anniver- sary of the translation of the author- version of the English Bible. The chief address was delivered by Vvilliam J. Bryan, who challenged ma- terialists and those opposed to the theory of divine inspiration of the yibie to s.how where they were right by producing a book superior to that volume. "Atheists and materialists declare that the Bi-ble is merely the work of said Mr. Bryan, "and that it-was written under the limitations that ap- ply to human wisdom. Taking this [position they necessarily must contend Black combined with bright empire i Mat. unless man has degenerated in ]green is in vogue everywhere. In costumes ar.d in separate waists sleeves are almost without excep- ion short elbow and three-quarter length. ability and declined In wisdom, he can produce a book equal to the Bible. Let them produce it." Sandstone will absorb a gallon or jnore of water to the cubic foot of rock, j ;