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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE HERALD v a CORSETS '-Doesn't she carry it is said of women whose gowns are fitte worn over an a la Grace Corset. GL model that's made for 'T0U No. 729. The popular. front1 inojel. -Sets off tli just rJgkt ,fo average figures, me 18 to 25.. for them' ty i best stores. Write {or sty! to Cronipton Corset Cora Limited. Toronto BRUSH AND Lookin -to for In- vestment Says Eminent I 1; Authority TO LORDS Jaurez Had a Mighty Nar row Escape from a A El Paso, May of Juar- ez, the 'Mexican city across :thc Rio Grande, awoke today to find they had been spared a real battle, which might have developed into one of the dead- liest conflicts of the Mexican revolu- i tlon. Creeping along in the dead of the I night, the insurrecto army supposed to be on its way north because it fear- ed American intervention in attacking Juarez, was deliver a telling (.blow at'the federal stronghold last when Associated Press'despatch- es from Mexico City, stating that Pre- sident Diaz had announced his inten- tion to resign was'carried to the-front. .Not a light was kindled. The move- ments of the advance guard were slow and noiseless. It was an unusually thick night and a drizzle of rain fell continuously: The news that Presi- dent Diaz had submitted .to the rebels' demands by announcing his intention (to resign, came two hours before the time for the attack, and insurrecfos turned back to the camp, where today they are celebrating what they believ- ed to be a triumph of the revolution. EDITED BY Office Phone, 1224 Residence "620 Hostesses; Mrs! IV P. Perry. Mrs. Naisrnith. Mrs. McClure. Mrs. James Peat. 35rs.' Alviri Ripley. Mrs. Peter Johusou. Mrs. J. B. Walker will not receive "Mrs'. J. Jones, will receive for the last time formally this season morrow. they are. in attending meetings and be. there, at the opening of the ses- sion.-This time you may take your husbands with you, .not go with them to their for remember, it will b.e. your meeting this evening, and let us all do everything to make it as representative of the women of Lethbridge as the men have at their public meetings. Mrs. G. -D. Vrooman will receive tomorrow afternoon between the hours of 'four, and six o'clock. Miss Rogers will receive with her. Mrs. C. H. Devine entered the Gait Hospital yesterday, and underwent an operation this morning, which was reported most-' satisfactory. In, to the. -many people who phoned me inquiring about ar- rangements made for Lethbridge peo- ple to attend the .Sheffield choir ccii- certs, the only- .information I am able and But to give is exceedingly IhrJted probably is known to everyone. I promised to..tell you something to- night, so I .hope, these fc'-v sugges- tions will prove, helpful. If ten people .go.froni here on the same'day .'they..can get reduced rail- road otherwise the full fare will have to be.paid. So if a few go on Thursday and another ,This boiler does ;ahd well. It is built soft coal and is easily adaptable It is so constructed; that the water thek an atomVgoes- up chimney unless you use 'the dir- f ect draft. The flues are large and easily are reached .through the doors oa front of bdiler near top. .The boiler is built-in sections. 'And ceo fee increased et any time by the addition of one-or more sections. This means no alterations, in what is already installed, if you enlarge your building.You can secure this boiler for either hot water or steam. It is very simple to operate, ,'it will last for years without any ex- pense for repairs. One of these Heating Systems can be installed Limited: at a very reasonable figure..! Let us send Please -send you information on this system. Send on in the co.ujxra now. We are the largest _ heatlng systems: supply house in the west for fine Plumbing'Supplies. Name Metals, Limited Lethbridge Calgary and Edmonton -riosiuciiL 'May financial agent" of the ship building firm .'of' "William" Beardmore "and 'Co'..; who --are' tendering in con- Junction '--with1 Hugh Russell, of Mont- real for die of "the" "six .cruisers' and four destroyers of the V Canadian returned on Saturday London, May Lansdowne, leader of the Opposition in the House of Lords, will tomorrow in present his Ions deferred scheme for the reform "of chamber. He will propose that the Lords be reduced to 300, as .follows: One hundred -chosen for a term of years from the House, with the safeguard of a-minority represen- tation introduced by a proportionate vote. Fifty peers of eminent such as cabinet ministers, governors of Dominions and others of renown in the semce of state. peers nominated by the min- think he is and how he has saved his country. BETTER PAY FOR with Mrs. s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon. There are no tickets -for sale the concerts, in this city, but if wish to secure seats, 3Vir. Robert Sage at" the Red: Cross Book store The Don't Worry Club will hold: has kindly offered to secure them for their last dance of the season Tues-j persons wishing to go, at the day evening, May 9th, instead you should leave vour order c country- clime Thursday, May llth. Members please, with him before noon tomorrow. Of Qn eTeryone is expected to vices. "Mothers' is jthe-one-day the whole world cao; observe as one na- tion. "A noble mother" is the one deity the whole world can worship in motherhood belongs to notice, change of date. 'course .the first nighi-'s perfonrs.'tnce will be the best and .longest the A number "of the ..dancing set are an' programme contains two extra nurn- with pleasure the Entree- bers, but there are people who pre- badge o[ bon. LOCAL 1LLER ON CROPS '.talking.- -to the Herald repre- sentative this morning, John Taylor, of the Taylor Milling Co., told him that the winter wheat was "in the foesfc shape 'possible. "All that we want- is a uiuii ia breath of a while carnation, gunday in, May, will come Toronto, May At a meeting or j XQUS Club this evening, which fer going Friday so fcack the old_time "memories Ttitii their Paris.1 Discussing J the day for a-term of years, fidais at Montreal i4ake a the of 'the several j elected, for a short term by the for a general increase sal- tenders for the ships which are to county councils'-and. borough councils, j arv the minimum, wage now is about in of-fifteen mil- The bill also will .seek to restrict improvements" cost in the of fifteen mil- lion he! exercise of the royal Derogative in the _ ._ J rt-f nottr THREE CHILDREN little of new peers., ence in the the several' tenders.- The possess- ed no't only affexte'nslv'e. shipyard near one' of the largest' steel works in- Great- -jLon- GViri-Farrell found th'at the" capital- is'ts' there were "quite' well wife different'Canadian'securities arid" values in and'as a matter ville Marie, Que., May of they appeared pay more at- homc ot- Richard Larouche, three Railway from the Atlantic to the Pa- j cific. At the present time, the low- est salary paid'to.'the operators ;on the road is in the of tention to propositions 'than to the this "place, was destroyed men behind He 'said' that' a strong trust company was now being organized; in London "with a large by fire thig morning during the par- entg, absencCj and three small chil- al] imder five vears- Of age, found the .investing1 public, although extremely con'serivative and as ;the country ofi tne Mr. and Mrs. W. .H. McLelUmd have been spending.the winter in To-j per month, general improvements-: Saturday after-r for all operators with changes in the i-v visiting with Mrs rt i representatives of the order or-Rail-j win the Knights oi Py- j the weekend with friends -n'Caigary.- and pain. It may bring keenest sorrow in "remembering hap- pier things" or a bright colored car- nation worn may be a badge in hon- way Telegraphers delegates ap-, DaUCin pointed to go before' the C.P.R-' begin at The Week's Church Society Catendat working rules. They represent .Lellaijd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. men working on the Canadian Pacific H Wallace_ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boulton, Mrs. Harrv Fleetwood and Mrs. .G-. Mc- The Woman's Foreign- Missionary Society oi Knox church will meet Fri day- afternoon at three o'clock. The Ladies' Aid of Westminster membered that the telegraphers have Sunday long hours and work Sundays. Just j Cardston they were what increase will be asked' is not .Mrs_ g E_ as vet known, but- will be decided in or of the living mother. Remember the white carnation is to be worn for the deceased mother and a bright one foi the living moth- er. There-should be a simultaneous ob- servance in every part of the world, of the love which we all owe to our ____.._____________________ _. Bothers, and it is hoped that every- Lean autoed to Cardston last Satur- i church will meet Wednesday Barter- i ong -n this c-tj, ol5Serve the day, "Honor 'the best mother that ever of it. Look at those and: pointed to the dark clouds in the western sky. Mr. Taylor was down to his farm, which is about ten miles south from here, last week, and- the farmers down ,nlm spring wheat was sprouting and it looked as though it, was planted by Hand. Nearly all the farmers in the southern country will finish seeding this week; said 'Mr. Taylor. .tae iutt.u ia iu ljes.n autoeu. LO oarustou iaso wui juts-u per month, but it..must be' re- day returning to, Letli-i noon at 3 o'clock with Mrs.'George j -t-Vio-f. -hlip have _.j__v TJoio-lioc J.-fh A VP M. a dav or two. McDIARMID GETS CONTRACT WELll'KNOWN SURVEYOR DEAD Toronto; Niven, one sf- known- surveyors in Canada.died who was 75 years old, .was vthe oldest- land-. siirveyor in the province, having begun nis government work in 1853 He the boundaries of Gntar- and Quebec. New York, May to an official bulletin just-, received hexg by the Engineering News from Calgary, ,the contract for erecting a reinforced 'concrete building at Calgary for new C.P.R. irrigation offices has'been awarded to J. McDiarmid Co., Win? nipeg. evening. .While in 4th Aye., ..the .guests of The executive committee of -the Ep-; worth League oi Westminster church will meet at the parsonage tonight j lived' vour mother.' TWO KILLED IN ENCOUNTER The first visit to the hospital by "jthe members of the Flower Mission at. 8 o'clock. Wednesday afternoon at 3.30; The members are requested to The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap- accompany the committee.- Anyone tist church will hold a pantry, apron In the city interested, in the work and handkerchief sale in the basement will-he gladly accepted into the So--of the church next Saturday after- thev will send their names to noon and evening. A special meeting of the A.Y.P.A. About o'clock afternoon it was reported to the. Mounted Police that the .body or a man had been Bushb3', of Paton, la., and a bank rob'-; Jefferson, Ta., May either Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare or Miss Eda The Ladies' Aid Society of Gait Hospital have purchased the follow- during the past month 1S2 .Yards cotton ..__ i i 1 Beliv Rivsr about miles north of -No. -6 mine. Sis' a rush to'the fruitlands in Columbia .Valley, B .C., where the j No particulars'could be learned, as tlie told o2 to bring in the i Ya'rds (iannelctte 'iber were killed, and a dangerously wounded in'a clash-'be- PEN ALEXANDRA NOTTOBETHi L'pndo'n, May definitely an- nounced that Queen Alexandra will be absent, from London throughout the GERMANY-WARNS FRANCE Berlin. May has warn- ed France" of the dangerous" conse- quence which would be likely -to the occupation of Fez bv French troops. There is no truth, however, jn the rumor pusblished this morning that Germany has decided to senS-cruisers to Moroccan waters in order to dis- play the flag at Casa Blanca, Babat, .Mogador and Ellahe. In view of a hint from Britain, it :s bsliered here that the.1 French flying column, from the south east hurrying, to the relief j'of Fez, .will be halted outside the cap- ital. of St. Cyprian's Parish will be held i coronation festivities, in the ch'ureh this evening at eight o'clock, -All members are requested to he present. tween a sheriff's posse and the band- early this morning at a school C. P. ftuild; a-.bran'Ch bodv had not yet returned "vat the I House two miles from the town of Paton ,where the highwaymen ..had time oi going to press. 18 Night shirts 12.22 The Ladies1 Aid Society of Wesley 17.84 church will '' adjourned meet- 1 ing of annual''meeting on Wed- nesday .afternoon at 3 election of .'officers for FOR ECZEMA A Treatement That to Give Relief -parasitic .in nature. 1.75 20.70 The Society will not meet again until September, when col broken into the post office and .ab- lecting he clone, stracted several hundred dollars.-. in cash and. stamps. MAKKETS Montreal, May Winnipeg was the whole thing in the market this morn- ing. It opened at. 216 and before "the bull movement wag stopped had reach- ed at level sixteen points higher. The movement was caused by a report that Mayor Evans has secured enough capital in England to insure the sue- Here "Miladr' is your opportunity to "take an active interest in the civ- vear will be held. The EJpworth -League church -will ;hold their: regular "month- ly missionary meeting, this eveuiag. feo'and 40 .It-is sail to ;be a contasicus disease; "Until o'clock. The the parasite-or- ge'rm hiddenin the'Skin the ensuing i is completely destroyed and. remov- i ed, eczema cannot be'cured. -.all- skin disease is in .the form 1 of eczema. It affects .-.person's, of; all .5_reval- among people betweenthe ages "of The program'.will-he of. a musical na-j, .We unhesitatingly, guarantee to c ars o longed to do something, to help in D> f -..W u: it fails to "give 'satisfaction. It posses- the upbuilding of the city.and by the that Musichas taken in the Evangel-, Of .the. A piano solo .1 be-rendered bv Mr. .Butler- healing and curative, est value is very pronounced in the attendance at the previous publicity meetings held during Mr. Richard- son's visit in the the -women! i------------, N have, been very much in evidence. Astl" The Westminster Guild of Knox j sort or the weeping type where ?1 treatinent of 'eczema, whetSer the dry. a courtesy to the ladies and a sin- cere wish on the part 01 the Board to insure the sue- "Of Trade that the women of the city cess of the -municipal ownership in .fs UDhuiidinc. a special wo- schemc. scheme. It cl deso the man in thema It closed 236 asked. a Wheat Markets Winnipeg, May market was closed today on accoupt of holi- Arbor Bay: Prices in Minneapol- is and Chicago markets today assist' in its upbuilding, a special wo- men's meeting will be held this ing in St. Augustin's hall. The o.ect- ing will be addressed -by' Tom- Rich- ardson and the purpose oi the' session is the organization, of a Roman's 'Civic Club, which will work in con- church ...their' .final social of there is a constant flow the May opened 98 clos- j nection with the Board of Trade. Ev- season- tins evening at eight j ing excretion or of the other 3Ck A splendid musical and liter- i mediary forms 'such ring '.has .been arranged, acne, pimples, blotches and discolor- atioas. Eexali Ointment is 'in- treating ulcers, sores, wounds, insect bites, nettle rash and hives. It is part- icularly recommended -for -the .treating children who are" tormented with Everyone; is refquested to come, wear- ing some emblciB -to .represent a pop-, ular book; TWJLSGHT CHAT j ed 98: July opened '99, closed 93 I have .been requested, to "say some Itching, burning and disfiguring skin thing" about Mothersj.'.Day which is disease We urge you to try box ALL REFRIGERATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU WANT TO GET THE RIGHT KIND THAT INSURES PROPER KEEP YOUR FOO_DS_ September opened 1-8; 93 3-8. 93 1-S, closed; 93 Chicago! May opened 94, closed '93 3-4; July opened 88 1-4, closed 88 1-8; September opened 87 1-4, closed 87 5-s. Cattle Market Liverpool, May S. John Rogers and Co. report here today that although er L-thbrid.e woman -should make to be observed throughout Canada; our risk: "V our -SPecial to attend this meet- and the United ing? The men of the city havc in j The custom, although not au old one the past ten days done even more than i has become a usture of nations their share in pushing the movement, j in the last few. years. Canada and now it is time that- the- women lend the United States for the past two their assistance. The meeting will be years have observed the day on the held at 8-30 sharp and riglit here let j second Sunday in May.', and in most me' suggest that you show the sterner I of the churches in Lethbridge next -n.t obtaiu Rexall Eczema .Ointment. ln towu at our store_The RexaU J. D. Higin- ;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 State of Washington. State'Diplomas co'nferred, Mu- sic and Art Stedio, Write to Sister Superior for Ywir Book, OUR REFRIGERATORS VVILU FRESH AND PREVENT VEGETABLE OBORS FROM MAK- ING YOVR BUTTER AND you live out of town, write-us." report iiere toaav i.aat i at Woodside Lairage was extremely that -you can be just as prompt Sunday the ministers slow today, Saturday's quotations.-werej maintained on the short supplies, i Prices are. States and Canadian cattle from 13 1-2 to 14 cents per clipped .wethers 12 1-- cents, and ped lambs loc per pound.. will either Lst good digestion wait on sppetiis, and health on They will if you take SHAKESTOAM Isaac, the 14-year-old son of Angus; A. Alexandria, wae acci-'; dentally shot and by a 22-aalibre bullet from a rifle carried by Hector PIujjKett. The'two-were out bird-shoot They correct stomach disorders, assist digestion, make life worth livinj again for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a box. If your- druggist has stocked them send us 50c. ana we will mail them. 35 PAINTING, DECORATING, T PAPER HANGING "The, most satisfactory interior building -we have Duil.v in the West." So writes a large firm for whom we had a large contract. PHONE 1472. WELLINGTON BROS. You're Sure of.Good Work from Us. ;