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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE OLETHBKIDGE DAILY 'HERALD C05T5 NO THAMTHE ORDINARY KINDS H CONTAINS; NO ALUN NSURRECTOS Chihuahua, via El Paso, May 16. This city now stands. in direct fear of I an attack and many .people feel that their position is hopeless. The 2700 insurrectos who are 'approaching from the south today reached 5scaion, a town on the Mexican National 'rail- road a few miles below Imine'z. As they proceed the insurrectos are t-y- _ j ing up the railroad to prevent pursuit Grocers tell its" Blue Ribbon Tea makes new friends every day. Customers who bought other tea before, now ask for Blue Ribbon. They hear from friends how good it is and decide to try it. And in any case if it is not t'ound.fuHy satisfactory'the packet can be returned and the money refunded "by federal troops. The federal troops south of here are all leaving this city having found it impossible to stem the onward march of the insurrectos. An armoured 'train filled with 'federal EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phonri; Residence Hostesses' tomorrow- Mrs. G. ft. Tinning. W. V. Hesscy. ceive tomorrow. I and. that each pledge herself to buy 'everything at home, they might close tlic.ir.jstor.es; and-go home and care for the children, so that, thpir wives Mrs. Robert Reynolds will not re-j might attend the meeting. It-is really the duty of every Leth- briclge woman whose husband is in business here, to attend the meeting and lend her assistance in making the Woman's Chic'Club p, success, which it cannot and will not be unless the women of the, city all work together. Mrs. E. A. Cunningham will not re- ceive again this season. u Mrs. J. M. Aitken went to Medi- cine "Hat -yesterday afternoon to troops which went-suuth to open the spend a few days with Mrs. Colin C. railway, soon returned with the re-! McGregor, formerly of this city. port that the enemy was in over- Kate Lee, Sweet Grass, Mont., is visiting her sister, Miss Lee, of this city, for a few days. _ _ _ wfielming numbers and attack from the train" would have meant annihila- tion. The belief is that the insurrec- tos will soon take Iminez together with tne branch road running to Parral, and then will encamp around Chihua Fu-e to atta-ck the city In conjunction with part of Maderp's force'to be sent to Juarez. Mexico City, 'May the capital of the state of Hidalgo, a town one hundred miles from Mexico City, is tonight in the hands of the rebels. at the same time they sided in Lethbridgc for the past four possession of Tulancingo, the second city in the state, thus giving them practically control of the state. THE VICTROLA Mr. and Mrs. Boyd have been spending a week at Boulder Springs, Montana, and yesterday were regis- j tered at the New Park Hotel, Great j Falls, Mont. The meeting on Thursday afternoon will be made as interesting as pos- sible. J, Gordon will give a short address, and other women of I', the city, brief remarks. Mr. D. H. Elton'will-represent the Board of Trade; and tell those who attend. the'meeting, the Board of Trade's ideas with reference to how the lad- ies of the-city can help'their- in hoost Price ...ARISTOCRATIC in every way. WHAT? The ViCTROLA of course. Tneup-to-ustw Canadian is quick: to "see 'th'e advantages of the VICTROLA and the old for the he Is confronted by incontro- vertible facts. Assuming you "to'be of that class, seeking the highest efficiency in the interpretation of-the best music by the world's greatest ar- tists, we- invite- you -to- call and hear the VICTROLA. Let us explain "EASY modern way. MASON-iifcBISCHPIAJVO-CO.- PHONE 791. NEW DOMINION BLOCK. ing Lethbrrdge. There will be a Lum- ber of- Miss Jean McArthur, who has re- Hamilton, Ont., will vote on a pro- posal to govern' the city by a "con> mission.. KeiidXMs Booklet 'The Hair and Its Sent Free Upon Request The Herpicide Company one to have a copy of their booklet telling how to. take care of and pos- sess nice The booklet con- tains much information on the sub- ject of: having' and cultivating the hair. If the'present day men and women begin to live up to the teachings of this little booklet it is doubtful if the next generation would find a bald- ieaded man or lady wearing false .hair. It -is just as easy to have robust and beautiful hair, as to have thin, scraggy hair or no hair at all. If the scalp is kept clean and free from dandruff the liair grows naturally and luxuriantly. The booklet tells how this may "be most ef actively accomplished by -the use of Newbrp.'s Herpicide. Herpicide destroys the germ which -causes dand- ruff, frees the head .from dirt and scarf The hair and beautlul. Newbro'S" Herpicide is the original remedy that Mils the dandruff germ for which, there, are many imitations and substitutes said to be just as good. Buy nothing but the original. All reliable .'druggists sell and antee genuine Herpicide in one dollar fiize -bottles, j Send lOc in postage ..to Tne Herpi- cide Co., Dept. R., Detroit, Mich, and a nice sample will be sent with the book- let. Edmontoni May the ne temere decree is allowed to perpetu- ate it will mean the'disintegration of the homes of nearly everyone in said Rev. F. W. Patterson in'the First Baptist church last night. "This law is a menace to the he said, opens the for any lecherous brute who cares to go through a so-called cere- mony to marry'a woman and then later when the affection between them dies down he may discard her. "There are thousands of women in Quebec who have married innocently enough but who will be reduced to mere prostitutes by this law. Then there are the children who come into this world innocently and' whose char- j acters will be blackened with the stigma of illegitimacy because legis- lators who have not acted intelligent- ly have seen fit to allow the Roman Catholic church to dominate the leg- islative bodv." Tins law opens up WATER SHUT OF GAS WELL OJ. The Herald was speaking over tne long distance this afternoon with A. F. "verts', of Bow Island, and learned that there was no truth in the rumo; that No. 2 gas well there was out ol commission. The report was circulat- ed on the streets here today to the effect that while drilling further in this well on the chance of striking oil, salt water was struck Instead, which rushed up arid" wrecked the der- rick and and also years and'made a large circle of close, friends here, left yesterday morning for her home in Prince Albert. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cunningham will leave tomorrow morning for Montreal, called to that city by a despatch received this morning, con- veying the sad news of the death ot tea at ;Ker impromptu musical numbers, W. J. Nelson has kindly con- sented to-a'ct as accompanist. The principal feature, of the meeting vill be an address by Mayor Young, of RaynroricL On Easter-Sunday in a church in England, the "Hallelujah was .rendered by a gramo- phone. good-bye, or- ganist! ing, has been postponed indefinitely on account of the, ;llness of several of the young people, who were Jgoing Mrs. R. V. that Mrs. Cunningham's father tomorrow ,afternQon city- this morning. Mrs. Cunningham j s. and has the sincere sympathy of her hosts of friends 'in this city. Maynard will give 6th Ave., S., to assist with the ..programme..- c Mrs. C. A. Carruthers arrived from Kalispel last night to spend the sum1- mer with her. daughter, 'Mrs: Hovell Harris. FIELD BAITtRY The time for the annual military' training camp for the militia of Alber- ta, is drawing near, and-Major Stervart PETERBORO PROVER DEAD of 25th ReW will e-! soon begin to recruit .The camp Peterboro, May ,OBrie'n. gills On .the ..thirteenth ol June ..and a well -known, drover, dropped deadriasts for 12 days. It will be held'tnli today just after returning from a busi- ness trip to Saskatoon. between the 6 o'clock, for the benefit of .St. Gary's Mission church, North t Lethbridge. A cordial Invitation .is extended to the worsen Mrs. T. S. Fetterly left this after- of the N. S. ELECTIONS st Cyprian's Parish Auxiliary will apantry and ..sale of fancy noon to represent the W. M. S. of] Wesley church at the Methodist W..-M. j S. convention which convenes gary tomorrow and JThussday. .Sfiejand plain articles at the .rectory, cor- will, while in that city-; the guest ner street and London Road of Mrs. Roy Lewis. Mrs. W. P. J- j tomorrow -afternoon. Tea and ice Alexander and' Mrs. A. A: "Lytle, who cream will- be served. are delegates from Westminster j that the flow of salt water was so Church Missionary Society The'recital that .was, to have been strong-that it could not be shut off; to "Calgary'this afterndonf They'will gjven tne pupiis of Mr. Salmon in putting the well as a gas proposition j be entertained by Hon. W. H. Augustin's hall tomorrow even- Halifax, May leg- Islature of Nova Scotia .was dissolved yesterday and the- date of the elections has been fixed for June 14. The Lib- erals have candidates ;nomin- ated in all but ;two counties, and tbe Conservatives in but one. The Liberals" (have been in office for the past: twenty-nine years, with: Ho.i.. W. S. Fielding .premier for teen years and the Hon. G 'H. for the" remaining' "fourti-Sn years. out of business. However, Mr. Werts Mrs. Gushing, informs us that the water has been many possibilities-ia this direction." shut oft and the gas is flowing again_ the same.as ever. He also says that the Bow Island district has had a splendid rainfall. starting yesterday at noon aad con- tinuing till noon today. The crops, be says, have benefitted greatly and Bow Island is looking forward tq the best vear. in its history. year on the Piegan reserve near Cat gary, and about 1800 officers and men; will be in attendance. Major Stewart had intended to mence recruiting this -week but on count of the inclement veaiker had to put it off till next week, Tha strength of the" 25th Battery, is: 106 fi'cers and in great Interest has been shown-in the city in military; matters the'.Major has no. doubt that he .-will easily sigit the required! num- ber. The recruiting will be done this year at the place as "last, that is at the arm-ory at tb.e of 1221 4th .Avenue S., and in a couple -of weeks it is exnected that a Sergeant Instructor will be' in the city for spe- cial training- course before the boys go into camp. Edmonton is planning to -build new city hall. and its assessment has increased Rev. R. J. Campbell, 'famous new theology successor, to- Rev. Applications obtained at the better barber shops and hair-dressing parlors. j Dr.: Parker at the City Temple, Lon- lsa'8 m Jul> toreach his J1. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., special j advanced beliefs in the cities of Can- agents. ada and the United States.' THAT YOU CANT GET AWAY LOSTL1CENSES Commissioners Going Af- ter Improperly Con- ducted Hotels "At a meeting-of the license commis- sioners at Frank yesterday, Harry How ard of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, was given three months, -from July 1st to transfer his license to a party satis- factory to the board. The license'-of the Imperial Hotel, Frank, W. H, Wet- more, proprietor, was j conditionally. cancelled un- OUR PRICES ON WIRE FENCING WILL CATCH YOU THAT' WILL CRIPPLE YOUR STOCK y OUR STOCK .OF HARDWARE OF ALL KINDS TS HARD TO. CRIPPLE. BECAUSE WE CARRY A BIG STOCK, YOU CAN FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN OUK STORE IN BIG QUANTITIES AND GET LITTLE PRICES WE GIVE- THE -LOW PRICE WHETHER YOU vASK FOR ZT new Mrs. Douglas was the guest'at a congenial little -gathering" planned in her honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Warren last evening. Four teen or fifteen friends, members of. the Daughters and Maids' of England and the S. 0. E. were present, and in the course of the evening' on their behalf, Mrs. Warren presented Mrs. Douglas, who has been the secretary and M. 0- E.-with a band- gold handled silk umbrella up- on which her initials had been en- graved. At the conclusion of the evening an appetizing repast was served.' Mrs. Douglas left on the Flyer this morn- ing for Vancouver, where' she will re- :side. The Knox church choir concert .last evening was not .well attended .on'ac- count of the rain, but those who did venture out were decidedly well re- warded, for the programme rendered .was most delightful and each number was given with thorough knowledge, which was appreciated. The members of the choir-have held many practices in order that the choruses might be proficient. Unusual interest has been taken by every member of the choir, and Mr. Layton the choir director, has worked" hard C. V. O'Hara, proprietor of the Min- ers' Hotel, Frank, and Michel Rosse, wholesale were, no-j and with eonsumate patience to tmed to appear at Leuhbrid-ge June 5j the the success it was. It is for further consideration of their ap-j that ,hc choir willbe prevailed to repeat their 'concert at an date so that "a number of peo- plications for renewal. Steve Mana-> nan. proprietor of the Southern and H. Marquis, of the Alberta Hotel, Pincher Creek, Ple who could not aUeQa 'ast evening were given three months "from July 1! may have another opportunity ol to sober up and keep orderly houses..j hearing, it. Following the concert or their licenses will be cancelled. 1 last -evening a delicious supper was j The license for tbe Grand Union Ho-j enjoyed at the' .Alexandra Hotel by tel, Coleman. win -be renewed condi- j the members of the choir and those tioned upon proper complying with the j Wj10 assisted them, the banquet being act requiring the bar room to be isolat- ed from' the other part of the- building, and the Ranchmans' Trust Co. of Cal- gary, which" conducts the Bellevue Hotel. Bellevue, and Lille Hotel, Lille, for the 'Calgary Brewing Cb.T will -hive their licenses renewed on condition" that the ownership of the properties is satisfactorily sbown. The commissioners claim that these parties failed to observe the license regulations, after warned. being repeatedly NO WEATHER REPORT Xo weather report, has been received over the wire from Winnipeg today. Tbe rainfall' at this point up to sir o'clock yesterday afternoon, according to C. B. Bowman, who has the meteor- 'out of tendered by tlie Board of Managers and the Ladies' Aid Society of the church. The Woman's Club is attracting j much discussion and attention on the streets today, and in a number of homes the phones have been busy discussing the. organization meeting which is to be held in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium on Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Board of Trade mem- bers have entered into the plans with enthusiasm, and are lending a great deal of assistance. A number of the merchants were interviewed this morning and all expressed a willing- ness to close their stores for a couple ologtea! observatory here, amounted al-j of hours, is 'necessary, so that the together to .76 inches. The rain fell! members of their staffs might attend steadily all last night and heavier than at any time since it -began on Friday, so that the total rainfall will measure over one inch to the tbe meeting. It was suggested that if the merchants are anxious to en- courage the aim oi the club" in having f very woman in the city "member, Hi 605. A low- bust raojel. littinsJ tlie average figure to pres- ent A graceful beautifully miJc. Sizes 18 to No. view) A French model for medium figures. Very eosy'fittisg. are made for every type .of figure tke tall, tke stort, tke slender, the moderately plump and the each, easily yet firmly, to the fashionable lines of the newest styles. Get the model suited to your figure and a perfect fit is assured. Ask for a la Grace" at tbe best stores: Write for new- style book to Crompton Corset Company Limited, Toronto. 204 ;