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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD MADE IN CANADA so It is used by all the large Bakers and Caterers, as- well as by the best home bakers and cooks. FocH pro-" are produced in clean factories are best. W. GSLKJEETT CO. TOItONTO, OST. A Full Description Given -Had Clippings from Conrad Paper Page 9 EDITED BY Office Phono, Residence 1224: 620 The body of the man who was found'! yesterday afternoon in the Belly j Hostesses tomorrow--- albout'two miles north of No.! C mine by some boys who were playing! noar there. brought in last night j about nix o'clock by a party of Mount- ed Police in charge of Sergeant Ashe. The remains were taken to Addison's sixty Years the Standard Mrs JulmlHoraV Mrs. E. A. Cunningham; Mrs. G. W. Robinson. Mrs. W. L. McRenzic will receive ing were Walker Dunham, Effie Wal- lace, Aileen Dunham and Misses Rey- nolds "and" Henderson. A number of Miss -Archer's' vocal pupils also kindly assisted in" .making the evening en- joyable. J.. W. -iRobertsou ,met with hearty close of his The women are the buyers. So; if more families are to know how good Blue RiDDo'iTTea'is we must ask the women to get it. Remember-it has better makes more is richer and stronger, than other tea. It is the most economical tea you can buy and if you are not fully satisfied 3'0u can take back the packet and have your money refunded. undertaking parlors and searched but tomorrow and not again this season. first number, "The .King's no letters or other means of r V 'and responded with Major." tioo were found, although some news-! Eckstorm, who has lhe l department e in Califor- paper oiling, cheap watch were found which failed to give any clcti to the dead man's. identity. 'terdav The body is in an advanced state oft J> decomposition and the features were) v so -badlv fiteffcured that it would be-' The 19 11 of the i impossible to identify by that means. Tennis club will probably open with 'No inquest, .will be held and .there a tea on the Afternoon oi Wednesday, seems to 'be very little hope that the May ,1; 'will, be identified. From what) returned home ym- Letl.bridgc Laurie, beautifully sang "Life's Lulla- and Mr.- Gordon Spencer was heard to advantage in his selection "In Old Madrid." Merry recitations--were given, by Mr. Irving, and Mr. Shantz. "The Stove by Drummond, given by Mr. was especially ap- _ information the Mounted Police, Mrs. Breckenridge, who was Mrs. j Predated And "Mr.. Irving was prevail- have been working on the case, A. Cunningham's guest for a to give.r'Aux which gather, there has 'been no one missing days iast week has returned lo her also in this district reported to them, and home in jt. bey are at a loss to know where the. ibody came from. Their theory is that! the man was drowned some time last w Downer Cvpects to leave Mr. McKeen who is doing missionary work at Royal View and Hardieville, gave an interesting account of his work. At the copcJusion. of th? pro- gr.-i'-me the yoiuij; ladies of tha Guild! serv.'d atml-ii.-.; refreshments. of Tartar Powder Made Iron Orapts NO ALUM Miss Holmes, the district nurse, reported that she had .made eighty- six visits during the month, attended seven operations, made two night calls and had been rail, and never having been recovered, g and was washed down when the rams in the mountains caused the -water to tney will continue their journey oast- raise rapidlv on Saturday night Mrs. and Miss Downer wiu The man was of medium height, five- spend this abroad, reet nine inches, of 'fair complexion j apparently, and with fair hair, about Mrs. Robertson who has seen en-' 50 years of age, and was wearing a tertained by Mrs. J. R. Anderson for well preserved suit of fairly good the past week, returned to her and made arrangements for clothes. i in High River yesterday afternoon, (raising sufficient funds to assist them Inspector West has furnished the Mrgoa duty s been two the month for-two men, two women and ten children and a baby's j layette. Liberal donations of plants, fruit, The Relief Society and Nursing Mis j cakes and clothing have been madetoage Frank S. Filrner and -Miss May Higa- wood. of Faversham, Kent County, England at Wesley- church. wore a pretty white gown of em- broidered iriuH and large black pic- ture hat wreathed with immense', pink roses. She carried a bouquet oi Killarney rose buds embedded in foli- and tied with broad pink satin sion held a splendid and enthusiastic j patients through the meeting at the Mission yesterday at-1 month. overalls, striped with black, OVPT a pair of black trousers. He wore a uair of braces over a black smock, promises to be the most Utlii Wi. WJ j f x< buttoned close to the chin. On the animated event Of the season on May Melbourne, Australia., May .remarkable rains' experienced- in Aus'-l paid: up.- during March have 'given place 1 to a of -dry weathervt'; that a drought is j. not unlikely.' The prices of fodder are The fireman BANK INCREASES CAPITAL Toronto, May Canadian Bank of Commerce will issue- two mil- lion dollars worth of new stock at ISO to shareholders of-record of May 17. The authorized capital: of the bank is fifteen millions, but of this only ten millions is subscribed and FIR'EMAN 00ING.-.WELL. the Assembly Club's fancy dress atre, has kindly offered to give a matinee on May 20th for the benefit of the society. This year the society will again have the refreshment booth right hand there was a cloth with 26th. brown woolleen wristlet. His hair was j at the black, coarse and Tae.cbin vras The Entree Nous club ball pointed to take charge of the pre- CUPID'S COURT Last evening Rev. A. M. societv this I ribbons. Her maid, Miss Jean Craw, ford, wore a pretty white lingerie frock with small white mushroom hat adorned with pink roses. She' wore the gift of the groom, a gold lare Gordon united in marriage at Knox church U. W. O'Brien and Miss Blanche Eliza- beth Collett, both of Raymond. covered- with- heavy black stubble night which brought to a .-lose ihe jparatory work for this event. Mrs. about two weeks' growth. The watch club's 1910-11 series of informal and Robinsu? and Mrs. Lethbridge corn- in his vest pocket was an IngersdJl. hops was enjoyed by about j prise a committee to find an appro- The clippings were out "of a Ctorad, 'three-score members and their friends j priate place to institute a Relief So- Monu paper- of Oct. If, 1910.- -woref Festoons oi ciet The marriage of Harry Leonard and Miss Catherine Garreeh was celebrated A. M. Gordon in Knox; church early yesterday afternoon. The wit- nesses, were Miss M. Anderson and Harold McCullough. Mr. and Mrs. paper a pair of heavy black boots with toe Festoons ciety tea room where tea and refrcsh- P body- months. LOCAL BUDGET wno was reported in rising--every where.- Farmers are hold-i yesterday's Herald as being injured in inrla'st year's grain. 'The ground'-has a-wreck of the A. R. and I. southbound ._______ becometeo hard-t-o plow; -f fie -amount'' passenger which was run-! is thp second Friclav sown this year will likely ning into- .a on the .track.u T n S be; considerably: less thaa was He was the onrP m -Ma-y'-' Arbor ?af' according to harvester- strike, after- .many''months ;man injured and was hurried to- Leth-ithe" statutes is a f school Rjpley. is, cpliapsing. .The.-arbitration ,'coun-bridge is doing well at the'I holiday. This is the day .when Bawden looked extremely well a graceful gown of palest blue With the body was-found a- flaSS were used ments will be served every afternoon strop Dr Shillington-thinks effectively every where, and the Need-j between 3 and 6. o'clock, the proceeds has been in the river for six ham orchestra discoursed a most en- to be used in Relief work. ticing programme.. The stewards, Messrs. Cope, McCready, Kirkham, Bawiien and Hazell endeavored to. I give everyone a pleasant- evening and: made splendid hosts. The patroaesses were presentvwere, Mrs. Gawdea, Mrs. Mason and for Calgary where the honey moon pin. The groom was assisted by Mr. F: T. Cruttenden. After the ceremony; a delicious wedding breakfast was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Vallance, covers being laid for nine. A shower of pink roses cen- tered the table and.a large bride's cake, the gift of the groom's broth- er, who lives in Port Arthur, traJs given a prominent place. Mr. and Mrs. Filmer left this af- ternoon for a short honeymoon in will be spent. Calgary, and on their return re- side in the cosy new home At-eleven o'clock this morning .Rev. jhas recently erected on Andersda JT. P. Perry united in- marriage street. is unable to deal.- with thej-.artisans'': petition for three months' a'h'd the men'1 do, notrrelisli ;uie long- brought to bear to, induce' "eniplefrers; 'reinstate'. the men. The -consid- The Doctor's Question Mulhol-v: here'aild cohditioii toi'iibs. .will. defend; J. ery citizen. Lethbridge of do duty aiid fje cbene with wide handings; of bridge "'beautiful" by.-hiak- blue embroidery with medallions of ing it a .cleaner city by cleariing jace ajui corsage bouquet of; 'those unsightly, back-yards. pink, carnations. j 0. M- brother of-. Geo. M. Mrs. Hazell wore an elaborate im-; Hatch, has been in the city for about porfed robe of black sequins over two weeks now 'and thinks Sunny soft black satin, made upon Empire' Southern Alberta a very good place lines. to live in. He has been travelling j Mrs. F. E. Masan was attractive around the farming districts consid-.jin' a beautiful gown of black panne Co. exa reries are eaen is awaitog trial. charg-'dy; they act quietly, and have a sooth-' Much Sickness Due to Ecwe! Disorders A doctor's first question when con- sulted by a "are-youT bow- els He knows that ninety- eight per cent- of is attended with inactive bowels and torpid liver, be re- moved gently and thoroughly before j Rexall Orderlies are "eaten like can-' Quite confident that the a corsage bouquet of Richmond j j For the best goods that money-can bujff for 4 guarantee bade the sale that means your money refunded if not satisfactory, for generous and courteous attention, we invite you to come to most important point, THE VALUES. Our large buying capacity for egsfc and a moderate profit gives you excellent value. erably since has been here and 'velvet with tunic of black lace and ed with flowing up 'biilldin. ing, strengthening, healing- influence --_- --_ iJ-WftliAiJ-j in that: Eersoiially. did-not. on the entire intestinal tract. They do not mistaken when they look for; roses. good crop this season. "Once this j -krs. Ripley wore a charming little !j crime laid asain'st him. The International'Tool Steel Co.t of Port Hope, will be manufacturing in june. coal strike is settled you will not dress of crushed rose figured silk mull know your cm-, it will be such a busy with fichu of embroidered palest pink annoying effect. They are especially good for children weak per- a sons or old folks. Two sizes, 25c and lOc. Sole only at our Rex- ail Store. J. D. Kiginbotham Go., Ltd., special agents. he said. Mr. Hatch leaves in couple of days for bis home in Lewiston, Idaho. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES tulle and folds of the tulle. The gowns worn by the fair guests 'were exceptionally pretty and many j j were worn for the first time. A few out'.of town guests were'noticed and I' am sorrv that space forbids me Ottawa May W. S. Field- -describing "their pretty gowns. mg.brought down the supplementary! At -mc supper, estimates yesterday. Th-ev total ?S.-s chargeable to consolidated WaS Sen'ed by the-stewards, and aur- fund and to capital account.; the -three extras The estimates provide for the Brightly played by-Miss Mary diture'of for new heating appar-j Simpson, Miss Bessie Hazell and Mr. atus, sanitary works and plumbing in I Sloane. tiie 'Lethbridge customs and land office Here are a few all well-worth while and seasonable goods at Money Saving Prices building: is provided to cover Coronation and Imperial Conference expenses for the premier and members The final -social given by the West-1 minster Guild in Knox Church lecture 1 rdpriis last, was on 3 of the of parliament, and a like amount for nierriest and most pleasant events the the military .that -will attend. people of the church have en-j the sum of is provided for many Everyone- the "encouragement, of cold atorage wearing an emblem to repre- sent- some noted book and during the j warehouses, for better preserving- snc Handling of food -products, is provided for the extension of the fele- graph line to Orande Prairie. ALL REEKIGEKATORS ARE NOT ALIKE. YOU WANT TO GET THE RIGHT KINO THAT INSURES PROPER RErRSGERATOKS WILL KEEP YOUR FOODS DEATH OF LADY RITCHIE Ottawa, Ont, May death has occurred bere of Lady Grace Yernon Ritchie, relict of the late Sir William Ritchie, former chief justice of Can- ada, after an illness since March 27, with pneumonia, followed by typhoid fever. ODORS FROM MAK- UTTERiAND MILK SELL ONLY'THE-'BEST IN 4'" FREE LIST BILL PASSED Washington, D. C., May House passed the Democratic free list bill without amendment tonight by 236 to 109. all the Democrats and 24 Re- publicans voting for the measure. Over 100 Republican amendments were re- jected. A CKJMERiCAL IDEA London. May Westminster Gazette (Liberal) says that the idea of our tearing .up a tariff in order to' give a preference to Canada is wholly J chimerical and to do so the govern- ment, would have to abandon its pledges and principles. early evening no end of fun was had guessing "who was who." About sev- enty-five members of the Guild and their friends were entertained. The programme arranged was contributed to by a number of the best known musical and literary young people of the city. Five of Miss Margaret Fra- ser's pupils gave praiseworthy instru- mental selections and each one re- ceived most flattering encores. Miss Praser's pupils are fast gaining much rpominence in musical circles. Those of her pupils who played last even- MEN'S SHIRTS, comprising pro- ducts of three of the best shirt factories, and sold regular at 50. and For the balance of this week we mil sell each and every shirt in the store marked at these prices-for 95c HOLY NAMES ACADEMY AND NORMAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG WOMEN Under tue direction of the Sis; ters of the Holy Names of Jesus' and Mary. 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 conferred. Mu- sic and Art Studio. Write to Sister Swpcrior for Year Book, Spokane, Wash, MEN'S HATS, in the popular spring 1911 blocks in a variety o. colors, com- prising the new browns, greens, blacks, etc. Sold regularly at and Balance of tnis week only Onr is the newest and most henaive range of bencfe made clothes ever before showto in .city. Made in the ne-w popular 2 and 3 button single breasted sack styles and'just the correct thing for present Made from the best.-grade of Pure English Worsteds and Scotch Tweed Stufcmgs at prices ranging from A sure bargain awaits the man who wants to have a Stetson Hat Stetson hats in all shapes colors and sizes. Sold regularly all over Canada at and Balance of this week for HUDSON'S BAY CO ;