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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1914 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN CLARKE CO. The Store PKone453 Ac.di. Block A Special Purchase of NEWEST COATS Just to Hand by Express .Tfie jauntiest styles we have had to show characterized by extreme k'? i moderation in price j and that in every case are fully up to the standard pf early season at to 'With all the latest touches of stylo added; this is a.spec- jally purchased lot and ofl'eis the biggest values in smart "new styles we have over had to show during this-or any 'previous season. fj Materials arc newest bi-ocadcs, honey- cloths in latest novelty effei-ts and wanted col- made in the short smart effects; some as long as three qiiarterlensjth; kimona or drop shoulders and in most eases satin "lined throughout. Wonderfully attractive values At and MILADI Edited by "INO" Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 THE MEMORY OF GOD j Tliey have a saying, in the East: Two angels note the deeds of men, The one is first and one is last; When men do right, one takes his pen. Anil magnifies the dted in ten. This angel is at God's right hand, And holds the other in command. He says to him, when men do wrong: "The man vras weak, temptation strong Write hot the record down today, Tomorrow he may grieve and pray." It may be myth, but (Ms is sooth- No truth is lasting as God's truth, The "strongest is the tenderest, 116 who best hr.oivs us loves us best. Mathew Kiehey Knight. Mr. Charles Hague, oi Calgary, is spending several weeks in the city. Mrs. E. Jackson and son left yes- terday for Kelowna, B. C., where they will make their iuutrc home. Miss of the Stephens pleasant social hour was enjoyed over the tea cups, The tea, held yesterday afternoon it the homo oi Mrs. 0. Hpbin- son under the auspices of the Nurs- ing Mission was a distinct success, Uventy-seven dollars and fifty cents being realized. Mrs. W. S. Oalbrailh assisted .Mrs. Robinson in welcoming the guests. The -tea table, which was centred with crimson carnations, was presid- ed over .hy Mrs. K'igby, while Mrs. C. B. Bowman, Miss Downer, Miss Nimmons, Miss Higinbotham and Miss Rosamond Kobinson assisted in serving, and, Mrs. ,R. C. McCllire was in charge o.' the funds. 'Mrs. A. G. Cameron, Mrs. W. .J. Nelson and'Miss Conybearc contribut- ed excellent piano numbers, while a solo by Miss Dixon and solos and a duet by (he Misses Robinson were much enjoyed. Mrs. W. D: Spence, who has been closely connected With the work of the Imperial Daughters of the Empire in this city, has been re-elected coun- cillor on the national executive and has been presented with a life mcm- A Single Application Banishes Hair Growths (Toilet Talks) Much Interest Is. Manifested1 among beauty specialists'iiv the new, painless treatment for superfluous 'hairs. This consuls of a paste which Is made with a little powdered dclatone and watei and applied lo the objectionable hairs for about 2 or 3 minutes, then rubbed off. Following this treatment the skin should be washed to remove the re- 'i and it will be, left free from Care should be used to see tiliat It delatone you get, otherwise the result may Ije dis- appointing. STORM RA'ZED TENEMENT One -KHied and Several Injured- Damage in Oil Fields Pittsburg, Pa., May Johnson .was. killed and five other were seriously Injured when a. tenement at New Kensington, Pa., collapsed in a storm soon after mid- night; building, but no others were hurl. The Btcrm was the most severe of the season, and'did damage amount- ing to many thousands ot dollars, much, of whiehwas In the oil fields, I where scores of rigs .were blown' down. AGRICULTURAL GAZETTE GIVES SHORT OUTLINE HAS BEEN OF WHAT DONE The Agricultural Gazette, of Can- ada, published'by the Department ot Agriculture at Ottawa, gives a brief summary of the cut-worm investiga- tions made by .the entomological di- vision during the past three years, and which are being continued .this summer by. Mr. B.'H. Strickland. The report is very condensed, and does not go exhaustively into the field work done at the tethbridge station last summer, ft makes good reading for the farmer, especially as there has been no outbreak of the dreaded enemy so far tins year. .The report is as-follows In 1911 and 19.13 reports of wide- spread injury by cutworms, to spring wheat and other cereals, wcro received from southern Alberta. In 1913 Held investigations, were made ___________ Ranch, near Lundbreek, is a guest i hership badge and certificate on ac- for a few days "Kh Mrs. Frank S. count of her excellent work as hon- SampKOn of Seventeenth street South. MOUNT ETNA STILL ACTIVE orary organizer for southern Alberta. Mrs. Spencc was one of two women i Mr Priesz aiid Miss Wright will who were asked to speak at the an- _____ 'appear in the Farisienne tango at the nual convention of the I. 0. D. E. Catania, Sicily, May 12.- Musicians' dance in the K. of I', hail week in Toronto. Her paper Slight earthquake shocks were tuis eTcnmE: A' -I lluiu ween ill luiuiiw. ntt tiapcj on "Assimilating the re ceived great applause aiid was report- re, I'd at length in the Toronto papers. tongues of flame Issued frbm the crater which is surmount- ed by a high column of smoke. The bodies of all those who were killed during the recent disaster have, been interred. ric, was very ill at Niagara Falls, T and left vesterday for that place, v REID-MARIUSOX A quiet but pretty house wedding t. j was celebrated o'clock today, Mr. and- Mrs. L, A. Cunningham 'at the home of Mrs. George Marri- ;_ have left for Blairmcic, where Mr. splli Seventh Are., when her accepted the man- daughter, Annabel, became the bride agersbip of a large lumber ot Mr Herbert L. Reid of this city. garv Herald. I- by Messrs. Gibson and Strickland, j Mrs. wife of the lieutenant- governor, is seriously ill at Govern- ment house, Edmoijton. Her sister. Miss Pearl. BaiSitt, of the Royal Victoria hospital, Montreal, is on hcr way Mr. Ueuter return- ied yesterday from... a motor trip through the Pasj-'fhey spent a week with Mr..'and Mrs. Scott, Firgrove Chicago, tils.-, May Ranch, Lundhrcclr. that the wheat acreage in Kansas is Rev. A, G. Cameron performed the oc -ch arger than ha, estimated Mrs. 8. B MitcheH has invited in NOTED SPANJARO DEAD Simin, Hay Slontero IUoa, one of the best known Spanish stntesmen, and the nian who drafted the treaty which brought the Spanish-American war to a close In ISflS, died today, aged 82. ,tis ortliogonia. history of the UlllUITLn Ul fcllo I 4 I ogy, and it was .found that the the market today, a neansh. a cics mainlv responsible for the de- turn- Commission houses, were tak- afternoon in farewell courtesy to Mrs. struction to the growing crops was all oilers freely until word A. Smith. ceremony in the presence oi only the immediate families, both bride and grqom being unattended. Mr. and Mrs, Ileiii left on a trip through the Rockies and upon their return will reside at 316 Seventh Ave., S. The array of beautiful and costly gifts testified to the esteem in which the young people arc held. MACIKDOE-COLEMAX A pretty 'weddingj' was sdlemnized at six o'clock on Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. George Maclh- S., When her ono which had hitherto heen unknown as an fcconomic pest, yii.: Poi'osagro- Studies in the life- began in thn few friends lor cards on Thursday J joined fprrmnn in farfWAlt rmirtvnHv t.n Airs 3uit, uvim w j passed along that- a leading''exporter figured the Kansas acreage at'-; ftlne 'the Art club are hold- million instead of Highest jng a farewell party on Thursday ev- msiorv oi T-ne ucgan m un- previous calculation. The effect was honor of .'Mrs. J. R. Gordon Division ut Ottawa- in 1012 were Con- j an immediate setback fw prices on ami Mrs A. A. Smith at the home tinucri in the Reid in 1913 in the Quotations started of.the latter. Cards and dancing will Lethhrid. remedies district, and successful COWAN'S PEfeFEC-TION For the Bride No gift ii more than twautif ruble silver- ware. Remember that. I ft Its the original "Rogers." It is I ttoto that Wears" Matle'mthcheaviestgfade j of phte, and ranks first in quality. So" tdadlna Pdilcrg_ Canada were experimented with. From one season's study in the field it would seem that the habit of this cutworm is to feed just below the surface. If this underground feed- ing hnbit shoilld prove to he a con- stant one, it will, of render the problem of control more difficult. In the control measures adopted, in- fested fields were divided'into various sized plots, none smaller than one- tenth .0! an acre each. These were treated with various strengths of Paris green, salt and sugar mixed with bran and broadcasted by hand over the fields. Lead arsenate and London purple were also used as poi- sons, hut the Paris green gave the best results. In some places the applications of poisoned bran wern disappointing, hut in others the outbreak of cut- worms was stopped within twenty- four hours after the bran was ap- plied. Pending further investigations' and a continuation of the stubble burning arid other experiments in the field, no definite stfitoment can be. made as to control measures. In the labora- tory, dipterous parasites' have been reared from cutworms collected in the field. These species of cutworms are generally controlled by. their parasi- tic enemies, but it is important to discover, if possible, means of check- ing incipient outbreaks. the "known i a shade 'off to f cent, up but after-, be features Eastern wcn' under last night's level, i Except-for May "In which trading was Sir A. Doyle, the noted nov- Oats ruled steady.'Trade-was light and evenly balanced. in marriage to Miss Janet Ferguson Coleina.ii, who arrived on Saturday mprning from Barrhcad, Scotland. Mrs. Richards attended the bride, while Mr. William Maclndoe support- ed the groom, the bride being given away by Mr. James Livic. Rev. A. 0. Bryan tied the nuptial knot- in the picsence of some twenty guests, after which a dainty supper BOILER EXPLODES: SEVEN KILLED ECCLES INVESTIGATION BEGINS Eccles, W. Va., May quiry into caueS leading up to the plosion in mine No. 6 of the New Riv- er Collieries on April 30, which claim- ed 172 lives, was begun today Earl Henry, chief of the lion. with representatives from the office of the State Attorney-General. There are still fourteen bodies in the mine. A. uonan uovic, t.le notea nor- f jh, is coming to Ganaua to spend ,n a wa some time in gathering information about the country, which M'ill be put in his nest book. Among prominent'-Calgarians regis- tered at the oflicc of the lord high commissionL'r in London, arc Hon. A. E. Cross ing heing spent in a social way, Mr. and Mrs. Maclndoe will reside in Lethb.ridge. Clubs and Societies Naismith, Sir. and Mrs. Bruce Rob- EnglarSi Tlie Ladies' Aid of the Christian Mrs. P.-L. church will meet at- two o'clcck to- ertson, Mrs. Hamilton Mewbiirn ISlr. A. B. Mvatt. and Accident in Engine Room ot Jeffer- 10n Snuffs Out Many Lives Norfolk, Vfl.; May per- sons were killed in an explosion in. the enginoToom of the Old Dominion 'ship Jefferson, near Cape Henry, last, night. Several were injured. j Thp, slilii returned to Norfolk, left the dead and injured, and then re- sumed her interrupted trip Now York. The "SALADA" Tea have com- menced using bright aluminium sheets for pacfceting their well-known tea. So light Is this wonderful metal that a single sheet of it no more than a similar sized sheet of writing Gaught in the Act Yes! Caught with the box of Kellogg's Corn Flakes. But it would be a shame to scold them when they like it so well, and it's so good for them. Mrs. A. A Smith, who jhortly to reside m Medicine leaves Hat, morrow afternoon with Mrs. Beach, 516 Sixth St. The concert, to held this oven- ing in Burgmatin's Hail under the- auspices of St. Mary's Men's society, DERRICK FALLS INTO RIVER KILLING' ONE Vancouver, B.C., May gers on a C.P.H. observation car bound, for thii city after- noon, woro horrified KB they were rid- ing along the_bnnks .of tliti Praser Diver, to see tdpjiloiinto the killing T. indjliijurluc and Mrs. J. R. Gordon, who leaves promises to be a treat, judging from in the near .future for Edmonton, i the fine program to 6'. rendered, were each presented with a beautiful cut glass dish by the members of the Westminster Ladies' Aid will meet Art Needlework club at their meet- in the church-at 'three o'clock toinor- irig at the home of Mrs. Dawson yes- row. A hearty invitation is ex'tend- terday afternoon. The recipients suit- ed all ladies of the congregation to ably acknowledged the gifts, and a attend. The regular monthly meeting of the Central W. C. T. U. will be held on afternoon, May 14th, at the home of Sirs. C. S. Farrow. Miss Forman, C. T. U. missionary to foreigners, will give an address on the foreigner within our gates. The president desires a very large attend- ance, as' important business will come up for discussion. St. Mary's W. A. held a special and well attended meeting yesterday afternoon. -Airs. A. Arnold and Mrs. Taylor were chosen delegates to the diocesan annual in Calgary in June. A vacancy on the Altar Guild, caused by nfrs. E. Jackson leaving the city, was tilled by appointing Mrs. Stevenson in her place: A hospital committee- was appoint- ed including Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Ward, while Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. Ward were named a visiting commit- tee. The W. A. .decided to hold a box social and dance in Burgmann's halt on May Afternoon tea was served and a social hour enjoyed. SUFFRAGETTE STARVED HERSELF OUT OF JAIL Leeds, Bngalnd, May hunger thirst strike brought about the release today of UlHtn i mil- itant auffragetto, who .ienfeneeA on May 8 to a ,yeaf> imprisonment for settins fire to Weitfleld House, Doncaitcr, r T Here's a list of'Gilt Edge' merchandiseffyat Rylands Just a few of the many exclusive lines that we are building up an enviable trade with. Every item listed here bears the hall mark of quality, and is on sale only at the better stores "Radium" and "Queen Quality" best obtainable Money cannot better hosiery. After a careful inspection of every maker's goods, after three years ot searching the markets, ive have here whal we think are the two best in the hosiery world. You can. buy a "pn'lr of cither make in cotton at 25c; 35e; silk lisle 35o and 50c; silks at Sac-, up to a pair. "Warned and "Nemos." Two of America's Leading Corsets Just one gliitipse'at-our stock of corsets and you will be cotivliiced that we are lea tiers'.'In tiifs branch of the dry goods business. Corsets are'made in the b-iggest factory In the world. Try a pair of "Double Skirt" "ft aniers at 50 a pair, or if 75: f.k iUk you're a bit stout tn Nemo................... tO JplnOW "Smart Set" and "Relindo" Shoes Two favorites with the ladies TVe are building up a shoe trade with, women wlio are hard to fit, or hard to please. Smart Set shoes, with their clean cut workmanship and reasonable price appeal to many. We mjifl a spec- ialty this week of Black Pumps, with the new fife Cuban or Spanish heel, at "Little Prince." The better kind of wash suits for small boys Every motlier who has a boy from the age of 3 to 15 yeafs should outflt him at Hylands. This rear we hive paid especial attention to Boys' Wash and 'Blouse Waists, import- tin ITA ing.tho prince'' Suits, priced lu "Elite" and high grade lines of New York Wash Presses of itr-over. one hundred styles of WfteU the.: print House dresses at up to the white lingerie SlS.OO-v and best of all hardly any two dresses alike. The majority of them are from New York, the fashion centre'of America. "Kayser's" Lottg Silk Gloves Acknowledged'to be the besl fit- ting arid best wearing; stilt gloves, and special here at fl.40 a pair. Colors white, pongee, tan and blact -Other makes of silk gloves 75c and a pair Plaid Roman Stripe Ribbnns If you want the very Roman Stripe tllbbbh, or Tar- tans. They are used for dress trimmings, and aleo inake smart lialr rlbbohs.- 30c to 50ca yartl Ladies' Home Journal Patterns June stock of Hotae Journal Patterns are now ready, the Quarterly Styls entirely new; is full from cover to cover with bright spring and summer styles. AtSaC Warner's Brassiere in many styles Low bust coreeta practically dfr 'marid the wearing of a. brassiare. It you are Interested we will be pleased io show yoti halt.i dozen, different styles from 75c to a pair Rylands Co. The Busy Store AUCTION SALE On Friday Next, May 15th AT 10.30 O'CLOCK IN THE FORENOON. At. 533 6th. ST. SODTtiH FRANK G. WADDINGTOFT is favored with Instructions' to sell by public Auction and Without reserve, on the premises above, the supWI6r Household Furniture and effects .including: tieli Pianoforte in Oak Chairs in iolid leather, Mission Oak Lounso, MiMlon Oak Oc- casional Table, set solia; Oak Dining Chairs and Dining Table to. mutch, sprendlci Pile Cirpets, ArigOTa and other Brass Mounted Beds, OalCTmbor and Felt Mattresses; Chiffonier, Quarter Cut Oak Dressers and Stands, Floor Coverings A prompt I-HONE ;