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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May M, 1013 THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 COFFEE and BAKING POWDER You arc invited to try Blue KIbbon imrs food nroducta entirely at our risk. guarantee them to to resolutely pure and to gUo U JQU are dleappgiiitod in any tring tlieia baclt to the Elore and have your retumlftd. Hf! EDITED BY "IHO' PHONES (If 111K 101I.EK K1SG I three Georges. Mr. KoliB-.wi, Sicil Tiaic Mr.' (if otge Mitto'di Mr. Ucotse God dicw lie tmloi'a cjts atruss a Harper- tha ffi'Viiifd fair, At conclusion s'ippcr Die All utHui-'d to bunliiig si) lier gutsts eojojed a jolli little top. bo'sou lie l.vd tale: j _____ Stiaim-ljced, the' russet Hir Mantle, ill Jew. 1 Thtn the VP Jb U'.'J All blushing fr.i cents low, la 23 "Comity t; and in Saskatoon the y, ;re WM some tali- a couple o! "V'- cf Ci Girl" felt tbe need ol such an organ- ization, as there are various matters such as Oisjmtes, which cannot be settled lo the. satisfaction ol the hal, M ur.c The Chosen t'tienJs M.I a splen-' didly attended mett'x last uglit, at vvfiir-h initiation was in ciiier Mr. J. C. Hrovvri was is repre- sentative lo tlie granil! in Toronto in June with Mr tto'jd js alternative. H ilerilcd to hold another dance on Tuesday evening, t'jc Jfay SJtli, in the S.U i: iiall, when (rake and-ice-creara will be js l icfrcshmeut. Mr and .Mrs. MotftJn arriv- ed from Ihc Old Counlrj- this morn- on icstde in ttiL-ir -nlh -SI., S. The t.elhhriilse Dramatic, club in- men except such occurrence happened a couple ci moatls ago. A motorman had trou- mua a dani.e in lU S. 0, ;d The proceeds New, Dainty and Exclusive Stylesjn Ladies' Parasols-Specialty Priced Unprecedented of the superior buying advantages we possess. Inspect these lines and compare our prices with whtt are asked eisev.-here for similar qualities Slit Gloria I'prasoU Piitn l.eavv hand- les and (ierunu Silver Mounts, 51.75 to........ 1 ho B-iit P.iroFOl, (ou-rtd. sK'rUi'g silver, bass auj ebony hiadles. will fo'd up icco a :s m. ff fifl SJlt Case, J5.CO anil J'jro while hand embroidered siiare. braEs frumti aud lone miural uood All prices up lo, Qcwn or Canopy i-arasols, haudiocie ShintuRg, or borders, also icsipr.s in every 5375 to Black Para- frames, long dlr- ecioire harciJcs In 'ulack or heavy double tassel, eacli........ Special Bargain for This Week every I-aJics' Mercerized luouuteJ oa Elj raitxit- of color- to Full hAudlr-a aad Up to values, all at 85c Tie Westminster ca'd Church, Ime a fine B.T- ranged for Iheir ice-cream so- f ctal this evening. H volt include solos' by MIES yr. K .The Hudson's'Bay Stores We with one ot the'track mm. Blows ivere exchanged. 'I he matter c.-uuc to the notice ol the general EupennUnd- enl an1! Iho was ed. He appealed to the council, and sltet a long discussion tte council upheld the supfrintenuenrs action.) At that ii.'iie it was mentioned Aid. that it ably he mort sad'staclory 'ozs last night wlien the street jemploiees acd employers it tfce Jlr. JiacGoufan, h piar.o solo liy i May 26th. IMIFS neynolds, a h'jniorojs read-U, Lc giien to thi Ing by .Mr. A. B. Olteon. The social la to aW of the vtoo tond, the i j Guild Is looking for tl.e hearty SUIH Mrs It. W. Nicholas, ot Calgary, is spending a short lime (tic guest o! htr mother, Mrs. Marr, and .sister, J. K. On her return T. ritctiing, IMS Kouith Ave., 1Iorn_ H. M. biddinslon, 3W- Kourltcnlh St., R. liricVer, fort of congregation. i and ol the delegates to tlw a Xicholas will ac- meeting of LeUitmuKe Oisulct ot Al-j j bv lnolUc ttill wWcl, ai.d( up railway employees "ere organized, and the l.ethbridgo local ot the Or- ganized Association ol Street Ilail-i ivay Employees ol America ihortly receive its cbattei Iran the nttal The Uftioti %is Sinclair, o( Tor- me: unto, organizer ol the union, who ar- Jlrs. Robinson was unfortunately I The'program Us ._.... to to present ovung to tho Matfels club, co.-nposeii o! Mrs. 1_ Illness ol her son, but in her Hooper, chairman Mrs Uiarlesi Jic- Jlrs. T. K. Xcale and Mrs 'Clenagfian, Mrs. 1) Mcl.arly.vrs. acted as hostss-'S. S. Dunham and Mrs. K. Miss Stcith, have dratted 1he folloW.Dg outline ol wort lor the coraiKg-year General Mr. George Milford, on behalf of ot earn month froin September to 3 cluh.-inovcd .1 vote o( thanks to 51ay inctusiie. .Mrs. lioiiiiison for her courtesy, and) Uepartmen s cheers given hy the cluh tor the I 1- Onmnlie Art-J'irst 'and'third Uer guest for boinc rested a little bsttcr last nigtit. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. had a union officials could t such matters without the before wear Diamond CUy, and are at !n a eflort was Sinclair asl sum- to eltect an organizatioi. He Through tne courtesy of tlio l. strenuously opposed bridge Club, the Mayor liy Supt Jj'cCaulcJ', and after n llardfe, and the coun- med In tlio city a few days for lasting over six weeks, tlie men were cillors acd ihtir wKes'ivJll he present still in a' disorganized state, among the men during the afternoon at the presentation oJ Girl" at the Majestic this Mrs. G. Robinson entertained ami at Uso meetings during the ev- object ol tbo union to stem, a 'temporary o'r- brinj tSected. Xo oilceis aic been elccU-'d aa yet. This BLEW UP TRACKS OF COMPANY WITH DYNAMITE the Lctlibridge Dramatic club at Wharton, N.J.. May DynamltQ supper in St. Awgusliii s the receipt ot tlie cnarter tor at the conclusion of tno ssc- of tna Mount Hope Mineral ond picsentafion ol many minutes yesterday at yotnts !esg street railway system are lower than at any other point in tl.e vest, this is not the reason lor a quarter of Hop3 Miac mile from the of the Emjilre Steel nnd Iron where the tl.s organization of tha employers of the A union has been TLt tracks -were beat the men may be in line and tnjsted, and cross ties scattered those of other cities. about, Reaily three hundred feet of that a demand will sVicrt- ttio roadbed being 'blown up In Lctbbriilge a sliding scalo i principally by tlie Empire Com rt is in foice varying from 25 to 33 cents according to A BEAUTIFUL NEW EVENING CLOAK For Gprlnq and Summer The looift folds per feel' lines, and {be lower part of the of the cTo.ik la greatLy enhanced by the (lowing tleevet and tapering back, today in Wesley Church, billeted evening follows: L Rev. C. R. Corcoran and Mr. IT. Pen- dergast, of Barons, ultU Mrs. E. J. Xo report, oi delegates from Mac- od, Blairmoie- and Warner have >et :eti received. Lunch will be served delegates on Thursday and Kri- day m the Iludbon's Hay les rooms the program uiil re ren- dered at'the open on Friday Ihei MI.. Coot! Rev. Charles ami Mr, Ir- Skellh. -Mr. remained jes- ter day only. Rev. Joseph en-1 Mr. T. A. Sun- Tohcr, with H, Drags A. W. rlardiug. tone Star NHs- slon. and Kev. Iron in Krjox school-room, and C. JlcKinney, provincial W. T. V- president, wilt preside Crusade Christian "MAC" Sprlnss, with Mis. S. Ball. Mr. J. A. Sinclair'acd -Mr. Wlllia Kaslmcr, with Mrs VY. K. Vlrine. Rtv. A. StuilU, Monarch, Mrs. Hulner. Mr. R. Tiffin, While School Houie, irilh friends. Rev. Arthur Barner, superintendent rf SlethbdiEt rnisslMS in Southern Al- berta, with Mrs. T. Perry. Soldiers. P: Perry. Oratorical Contest in characters, Ciermaii, Indian 1'rincess Irish, Old l-adj- and Negress Piano A. O. Cameron and Mrs, VY. J. Xclson. Macfiougan. gn tiy" Decision oi contest and presenta- tion ol silver medal. National Anthem. Tbe contest vork is in charge ol Mrs. W. H- I'iuvsoa, ol Coaldale, and Hev. Mr. Bishop, ol Coaldale, will be oac. ol the judges. Mrs. Needs, Mrs. J. C. Flroivn and Mrs. W. H. Conlhear, assisted by Mins Udy, art a committee to meet trains. OF INTEREST TO WOMEN HARM DONE BY FRIVOLOUS NOVELS Tlie frivolous noielB ute often amus- ing and harmless, wrllUn by people vrltb, 110 other aim thaa to liave the reader -pass a care-free hour. Hut such a novfl Is made harm- her tho the book Tbe Appreciation' declarallo.n of undjinr; tovo 'ol tlic Dram.1.1' hy Charles Coflin. by Matter-. obabU- ibsoa's plays tcfre- -lie. U the, hero and heroino nre to be hoicin drama' and Shakes- believed, Ihelr loye v.ill be one cor. nearcs anil Ooldi.inilh's representing Unwed e.vlslenco.on tho high peaks railv drama the plays to be select- clothed In railiar-f clouds of love J _ V.nnntnnQQ. Invn hero and heroine as tbe air normal Sovr. should vy the department. '3.' Llistocy and Current Kvcnt haloed with happiness; they have each other and nothing "else. don'l know his name was, though I him some two years back, -JL as he c.ur.c from Scotland v.c just called him fiut he lisas tbe whitest mortal that ever crossed the And he'll give them points In sfralshir.eEs 'way in Uie Great Beyond. Tv.-as oui at "GarfieW's IJfggiuys" where I chanCLHl lo cross bis track; A horse thitf had been cai'iyrtd, ;i no old "Pluck." Someone had sho-UcJ "Ijnch vihen the Htot to our Biirprlei With chctt aud face allowing and with In his eyes; I've HbtentifJ to boss parpens flrcd with er---- Discoursing hi a language 1 scarce cojld unilcrblanfl, But they viere rank outsiders when compared ssitlj for he Suit soldered us so quickly v.c ilie nigger free. Now, I'm rough and ready, and IJPP.T so all life; .V roaring, cursing fclloiv, happy 'ctpi in Ftrlfe, Bui EiJicu tlio day at Garfield's v.hon I fraternized with "Mac" dropjioJ a heap of habits and I've struck a better tracli. Now "Mac" anil I grew irlpr.flly; we were soon iho best of pals, i And bj and by drifted to n. township near the WcM had enoagli ol roughing, so wo settled at "Fare." .And thing was the tyrant's fciddie Without a ot danger, with a bright smile on his fnco. "My God." the awful vision sliunr.ed every man in the Siving that bravo hearted Scotsman, who stood apart from the rest; A nobls hearted mortal yet one o[ tho very best, into the zorca ol danger if And paid nls debt to heaven, for he died to saie that child. I