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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ?ACS SEVEN THE LETfrBiUfJCE DAlLt HERALD THURSDAY, MAY Rylands' Store g Open on Friday ctepn up at humo as irvell as out at Henderson park Jliyou aic houseclramng, we >yish to call atienUon lo these bai gains foi lomght Iniiicf laaoltums square yard; Oilcloth squaie yd. square yard; Bungalow Nets for 3ge. Lacij Curtains at Half Price; Window Blinds 450, 75C oil finished, 23c Scrims'for igc yard. Only Two More Nemo Corset -Days JJljrio Coisels have owners this We that iioni oii'lhey will be enthusiastic Nemo cuotomus This is the onlj lime in the, jeavJjou can huj these celebiated Corsets at a 10 per cent See Friday Paper for oar Big Saturday Sale. r i Rylands Co. The Busy Store 10 ATWT (Special to the Herald) Mncl-od, on through a wire fence, stopped to the afternoon of Monday, May kick off his shoes, the latter having 1914 on the pasture ground adjoin-. presumably been loosed tcf ifacilltatc ing the R N W V P barracks at'his escape, his pursuer raised Macleod in his ittompt to escape I his and fired at his feot from lega! custody and further Hit prisoner dropped at ones in his the unoersignid think there la no fllame to be attached to Constable Popes' Such the of the Coroa cr s enipinelled Jiere this morn- Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 The kiss of the sun for pardon, ihe song of the bud for mirth, One is nearer God fa heart m a gar den Than adv.place else on earth, Spring's comic', sap's runniu', Robin's sparkin', chipmunk's larkin' Man, I'm glad It's spring Fields greenin' sun shinm1 Buds shootin', bees lootin' I'm glad It's spring Woodeliuck airin', red squirrel startin', Buckets .fillin', Man, .I'm glad It's spring Miss Bessie Hazell, of Vancouver, is :a guest with' Jlf. and Mrs. A. G Oliver. Mrs. W. :J.--Armstrong was a hos- tess at Knox Ladies' Aid today in place of Mrs, Frank Hedlisy, who was to have acted as hostess. v m Miss Hjssop leit foi Edmon- ton to attend the convocation of the University of Alberta Mrs Frank Hedlcy who has been confined fox two months following an is now.'able to be out a little each day. Mrs G- leaves tomorrow to spend the summer m tbe east Mrs.-Kenny, who hud. severe i'atn tack, of is going east on ac- count of her health a Miss Olive A Kilpalrick, rieputj court- stenographer left last night for Taber- to attend the sittings of the supreme court. Elaborate arrangements are being made W the Diughters of ilie Lm- pire of Macleod to holft i big mih- tracks and on examination oemg tarv ball on Empire Da> Mrs i D made It uas seen that the bullet had the newlj appointed sec- lodged in the hip rfitary of tlie organization has the Ihe testimony of the two prisoners arrangements in hand and a nu wer and the othei; who were jijer Of iiw tho tuimimstwiGes en hand fixed the distance between of ihe conbtable and tho fugitive as be- tunate Italian who passed fag In-the neigbbdrhoffd of a hundred in Hit municipal hospital last night1 yards, but on the tape line being 'ram outside points aie tw four hours after the receipt ot nrjulies sustained while attempting to escape from tile Mounted Police eipected for the occasion A Ldndon despatch says H is re ported here that Sic James Barrie, called into requisition it Wa? shown the Britibh nil! man, that the distance measured an cvtti S00n Lidj Scott widow of Captain Clubs and Societies Miss Fdriiian; 'the Dominion W. C. T. fJ- missionary to foreigners, is spending a fevi du with lercousn, Mrs William The. Flower Guild will visit, the Gu'lt liospltal as usual at three o'clock to- morrow afternoon. St.: Mary's branch of the Brother1 hood of St. Andrew will meet in the .vestry at o'clock tonight. All of the congregation are cordially in- vited., Westminster Emvorth league were in oJ a splendidly attended niidrweek service at Westminster otiurch-1 last "evening. Mr. Westcott's address oh "The League's Duty to the Church, in 1914' ami waa very, fine .indeed, and [ir quartette by-Mr. and ifr's. Annettes. -Miss Hall and Mr. was. much enjoyed, The Semper Fidelts class-of mifister.-church-nvet last .evening at the home of Mrs. U-oodman arid Mrs, Harp for their annual nicctfrg, when the following were elected Oscar Matsoh. Davis. Cowan Fred Simm, Convener of Membership Committee Adam? Convener" of- Social Committee Miss .Simm; Convener of Sick and A isiting Com mittefrr-Mrs. Harp. Hall Harding After" th'eVofftcers had' been "duly in- stalled, a very, encouraging report of the past wab read Latei games of kinds, enjoyed and -verj daintf" refreshments served by tin hpgtesses Alta., May to the mandate of the executive of the Board of Trade, a rtseeting of body was held yesterday aCter- noon, Mi'. B. George will con- tinue the work ol the Board of Trade ks secretary on tbo departure of Mr. Moffa'tt; Uift fonnoi- CommlsBlonor. .Tho -Town Council has given a grant-of ItiO.OO for the month of May and1 if-this assistance is continued, tho.Boav' be enabled to retain the of a secretary for i pla oseh day. The oilier ap- plicants Yor. .the oosition were P. F. Kortwright, who carried on tbe secre taflal 'work.provious to tho engaging of' an ihdustial commisBloner: H, Dennis, of Ihe reporting staff of the Spectator, and. A.. R Grady, a mayor of tlie town, who was for many, years president- of the Board of Trade, Weslej Aid held its an uual metetingi'yeSterdayi with Rev. G, H. Cobbledick in the ehair, and a large number jit attendance. The maiii feature; waS the election of of- ficers which 'resulted as -follows President Liiingston (re el first vice-president, Mrs. Huf- eighty iho yards Stafl nei (re second presi dent. :Mrs. Virtue: .third vice- president, Mrs H Rivers secie tary, Mrs. Dawsbn; treasurer, Mrs ouuu jj mj vriuuii ui Ar- Robert F Scolt, the exploroi Cranforu (re elected) reubite! Mrs i.1, of Lethbndge presided moui gave testimony to the eSect perished, in the frozen wastes" bf.t'ie as inquest ai nhldl thai at a distance tbo bullet Antarctic t o (ears ago while at the Jim w as made up of three towns- from tht olvcr used has an up the of an English expedition men Jiessrs A H. Allen, H tie, j vari teildencj, wllle to other offlcels tho revolver is -so Before her A. M Hicls nnd'll S Abhott, and three prison other offlcels us Messrs A 1 Proffls, R heal 7 thai it Is impossible to Scott in 1908 Lady Scott was Miss im and P Freeman, Inipectoi' more than-Dw first sighting 'n Kathl-en Bruce, daughter of the late The treasurers' etateineilt for th( >ear ending 30, is as follows sent out to discover Ihe Soilth to Captain Balance on hand from last Vennefathec-'heing on- hand- -to Rent the police During the course of the investlga using the ic ohor-lt Is essential to pull the trigger soon js the fi mm has he-n taken, so that Pope year 413.95 banon a llruce She has one son Membership fees and dues tad) Scott ha? considerable abililj Sales ot work sculptoi In response to an ap Entertainments i-u.....; ...w o- tion eudencc was gucn Iw Dr Iras had ven liltleitane at Ills disposal peal of Captain Scott in his dian liefqrt the Juglti'i, ihould haye been the British government bestowed -the is of the It N M I' ho described the nature ot the Tralnmas ot the CPE who wit liessed the entire'bccurrence, Messrs. Jrceraan and Blade both of tihom were arimng the prisoners being at the tune ind Con- Btable Pope, the young officer who Ilreil the fatal bullet In gning his evidence Pope who Is veais old and who has been in force tor hut mne' months, the last Ijireo days of -which onlv have been in he having been re- ctntl> fr.om Regma, statf- ler tor a month, Ivnowmg he had done nothing tlo deserve such treat- ment and word of his tbrmenlor ho decided to make a break for It and get away if at all he was escorting mine prison- possible He was in his, thirtv fifth ers from one guard, room to the oth year and is survK ed by a widow and out of range title of Ladv Scott on the explorer's Just bcfoie his death the prisoner widow and granted a pension to'her madi. a statement In he said that his- decision to get swav was1 The HcKillop mcmonil Wanse the caused by fellow prisoners who told i spacious and beautiful home of Rev him that his removal to mother and Mrs A t Cameron, was liter- guard room meant tho prolonging of ally throngcit with guests during yes- his term another year blank-..North doth charge, Hear Thy voice and. large. Save, and'their Although he put np an earnest and sobbing appeal'for liberty, and in-the that the magistrate could not grant that, leniency, Thomas Sta ton ha led into police court X giaph disclosed fifteen sox igns ,in.the stomach of a. suspect- ed. Roman thief at Glasgow In 1907 tliere miles of railway1 ill'-Mexico.-..Tho- country has no: merchant marine though bordering on- two oceans' 700 HINDUS ON[ WAYTQCANADA ON MYSTERY SHIP B.C.. May men here are looking for the arrival of the Komagati Maru, which, there aresaid to-ha some seven hun- dred Hindus, within a taw dayi now. There has been; a. good deal of doubt as to the existence of such craft, as there is no. record of a veMtfl ot that name in the shipping ItBts. No steamer which baa arrived from tha Orient recently had any iMfwfl of veuel. but that there is .such" a steam- er on here is by tho following item, in--the Shanghai Mercury copy ofrwlricli was received laat steamer Komagata 'Mavu, Tfltlr between 500 and 600 Hindus on board, .about. 70 of "whom are-front Shanghai, left port today for British 'Columbia; She is expected to pick up 50 more Hindus In who ara also proceeding to Canada.' If tl e KomagaU Maru Is making an average speed of ahoat 11 an hour she should be but about four days' distance-' frorij Victoria FOR WOMEN Tjie latest styles seen, in Paris in elude the wearing of- a waistcoat with tob a long stick, being carried to p-nTidlng for tut xatstng oj rV des 6a for capital expenditure, complete the drets It is the latest 'and foi the payment of deficits on manniSh mode and loots i toa' I GOES Macleod Alta. May Teddv Bourne, for many years, chief., delate, on Blood Reserve leaves toddi to tatfe a oositlon in. Winnipeg Mr Bouine first strucit -Macleod: in 189b n'ce the current account made since lB08f were their first and second ings in council this morning, and will bo -suiimtftHL to tho burgcuea soon as the; can be advertised i are -three bylaws already fee- pared One coders tbe erpendllute o! in the public wotks dhlded as follows 00 e a and the- course of his eighteen tor woter moters ?31 865 07 fol jears residence here succeeded In1) of the high premi getting hirasif well inown. through aut CITY AJVD DISTRICT Fine Crop at Cnrdftton B iarker president the Southern Alberta Associate of ter si stem ?1J i50 OfTfor the intake to the- waterworks J3 400 for n ater serncw 400 for the extension of water mains' 072 for the railway 'spur to the city storehouse for sew- age disposal for gafi to the city storehouse., IBS Tiade Arthur Perrej Ivell know n for stor-n sttwt uid, as a of prizeTvinninS grains 371 for storm sewer on fitfe and grasses were letters in townjea enue south v terday on their -waj to Cafgary I The pllbiic ufcUftles departmwt Is They report that one o' heaviest covered by a bylaw for the raiting tails ever recorded in tbe of J2B 065 90, divided as follows soutk countnt fell during the latter j 54 152 10 for electrical ppwec bpsav part of last week and that the grain' extensions 10 for etflOtrlO eoneequently not oU.fievins ind pon.er moisture Prospects for a gbpd crop JJM 55 for raliwav extciwlciiis, this year at Cards tan .era. excellent, ind the winter wheat is said to be In better condition than for manj years at this season- Wanted Appointment J Harris Co have applied to .he city opuncil for the right to act as .their employment agentfe, but tbe decided this .-morning that the present .staff be able to handle the, employment bureau, for the present, provided that one eetatoliilwd. aud 50 Jot elevator and Uva- tones at tie cledtric pcwer plant The tiard hvlaw, which" must re- thA sanction of the provincial legislature beforfe It can DC Toted on, provides for deficits on current ac- count amounting m all to 71 01 Alt three bylaws passed two ings, and must be voted upon before read a third time, signed Milled uiii numbered. Toe debentures Tin i teed over 30 yeui at It Istded tu fr Please Get Your Orders in Tonight We're Closing To-morrow _______________________________________tjf_____i I And Are Going to Help clean up Hendesrsop Pair We can offer you the choicest selection of meats obtainable in Southern Alberta DManys, Omitecl ;