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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 20? Tin- LF-THBJRinGE DAILY HERALD EDITED BY Office Phone, Residence 1224 620 Good 'intentions .ire commendable, and her friends in this city wish her t what do they accomplish Mrs. If. U. Craijg, oi Granum; K week-end in the guest oi C. Cragg. A. M. G Medicine Uit. is visiting with her parents, Mr., and Mrs- .J. H, Wallace. Miss Grace Prouse left this after- noon, to spend the summer with her i Mr-- and" Mrs. Laurie., who been .spending a fortnight in .the city, returned to their home in .CardsIon yesterday afternoon. Mrs M Grace, of Mcdicliit- of Si. Andrew's meets ill fH 'Vl Vllilv-l. til iiiv-iilVlilL l. .x. i evening the vestry assisted in the entertainment ol w y McMllleili rww. ad- guests, wearing u lovdy robe g South> cream lace over a slip of palest b'.ue satin. Evangelical Lutheran Ser- At midnight a choice menu vras be held .ar the residence of served and during the supper Miss Gladys Ives rendered one A. Groth, 710 10th Si. N. Morn- img services at 10.30. Sunday School two very acceptable mslniiiu-inal jat l' o'clock. German numbers. Mace cordially invited. The guests included Mr. ami Mrs. j F. P. Conybeare, Mr. and Mrs. j .1. R. Anderson, Dr. and Mrs Clure. 'iCr! and Mrs. W. K. Mr. and Mrs. George P.ell a pleasant, journey and every happi- p. Wallace, lr.j. ness in her future life. g, Misses Kcksiorm. M AT Vrr-i- of M'rirrloo Henderson, Mis. M. M. 11UO! COURT OF REVISION WILL MEET Out., arrived in the citv th.is murn- rattcson, .vunt j in- She is visiting with her, Rogers, J 0M 'MONDAY TO HEAR FROM j Jcau .Stewart, >i.id MCSM-S. She is visiting with her, son, ing. She is visiting with her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elarr- Frev for a month yr two, afterj rower, A. K. ivcs, CM, which she will visit several other bors, Miginbotham, Henderson, Ma i 1-aurie, Brooi.s, places- in the West before -returning tindalc, Fisher (Diamond Gib-; a despatch sent from Mr. Downer received I from Mrs. Downer, Montreal, "'this iriorniug, from where she sails today, accompanied by Miss bons (Diamond Wood. Wcdd and THEM Tlic city council win sit us a court; >f revision on .Monday to consider all; The assessor's thie year seeias 10 have been particularly gosd. as very few appeals nave come in so far. The following i is a-. list of the, appeals that are al- ready set down b'y the secretary treas- urer. _______ Geo. Angus, Lots Bit. 1, Vic- jtoriz. Park, too high. First Church of Christ Cosmopolitan Hotel, stock, too high: CHURCH SERA ICES Gladys, for a three mon Ills' visit in jScrviees n.OO :i.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sub-} jno_ u. Cheney, E. 1-2 x 100, E. 1-2 England. Mrs. Downer asked her hus- jj-ect: "Mortals and Immortals." j lots. 5 snd C. Blk. G., has no interest j band to convey her thanks to the imonial Meeting every Wednesday at j in -personal property. Mrs William Caminsorv and little i members of the Women's Civic club js.flo p.m. Heading Room is open to the j Citizens' Lumber Co.. Lots Ml, Blk. and daughter, arrived last night I of the Board of Trade for electing j public every day from 3.00 to 5.00 LADIES, STOP! Look In At Mrs. On Monday and Tuesday Special Sale of Millinery at the Lowest Prices Ever Seen in Lethbridge Victoria Mansion Third Avenue from their home in St. Paul to >vith Mrs. Caminsory's sister, J-JdAvard Peck. their except Sunday. Everyone is cordially on Thursday afternoon. to attend services, or Campbell, Wilson Horne. lot 5.] 31, assessment of lots and stock LOCAL BUDGET W. T. Arthurs, of Harveyville, has The spoken -word may be forgotten, "but the written word is there to Lstay be gingerly with your written itords. i r, WO nijiH. j Reading Room at any time, b.unuay j s..Fairfield, lots 12 to 15. and iliccn appointed an official auditor. School at 12.10. Ipart of. 16, sub. of too high. St. Paul's First ser-) J.. Gordon. 5oi.s !.i. 27 to 29. ees held at the hcme of Rev. C.Grant. j Bit. 96; 3-4, 14-15 and 29-3. Blk. 123. Fifteenth street south (William Blk. 125, too high. iwetiviy visit to the Oalt Hospital Bimday school. 2.30 p.m. Noser-; Transfer Co.. slock, j yesterday afternoon and arranged and j vices Sunday. ?.iay 21st; the pastor ready license. A number of the girls, f who are i members of tbe Flower Guild. eroned bv Mrs. Conybeare, nradc their distributed about fortv bouquets of will .preach at Tab'er. Wednesday ea- and Bible services at i'thcv would more readiiv assist Geo. GrisacU, S. 1-2 of lot "D" ?0ay eveningr May 33th, at 8 o clock. First Ssptist W. A. Levitt, the acting pastor, will con- al- Galviu Hatfield. 9 ft. x 205 ft. W of X.E. 125 ft. of 1. Blk. E.; T.j x 40 5 of N..VT.'125, 1 Blk. E: 85 ft. S. of 125 of 2. C. H'iiisen, lots P.ik. 94, too and G, Block J, Morimille has been incorporated as a town. J. Creshurn, of olainnorc. has been appointed Sheriff's bailiff. CarJstadt lins hrcn established as a village under the Village Act, as have also Trochu and Muason. K. Fane, of Beaver has resigned his position as issuer o: marriage licciuies at that point. Colin G. GroJi, of Tabcr A. W. drens' ward two or three- wee tots aud evening services, j high. Bowman, for Henderson A. A. Lvtle at Westminster were made happv virh scrap books. The Adult Bible Class will meet di-i A rpr-vlv aftpr Thf> service ana i '.parsonage yesterday aiternoon united and pictures. "in Carriage John M. Nelson, of Black Spring Ridge, and Miss Ida Carlson, 'en Lethbridce. The w-itnesscs were Mrs. F. D. Shaw presided over an ,1-ectly. after the morning service and tate, assessment on bldge. and personal j Sunday School and Bible Class Will j property, Balmoral Hotel, burned iu meet at three o'clock in the afternoon. [January.. Mr Levitt will take -for his subject! J. Home, E. 1-2. 24-2S, Blk. 94, too 'high.... j S. A. Jo-aes, I-oi 10 Blk. isessment ca b.tiilding too high. "Tainted little gathering last cven-fg- evening: service 'Klof'Nelson and Miss Rcnny Carlson, j ing) which was given in compliment j j to Mrs. P. L. Naismith, j A., A. Lytie, OL, Barnes; of bridge were played utj three j ito' elected ;secrctary-t-reasurer: oi' i 'tables, around which were gathered 1 member the Lord, at 11 a. m. ami '7.20 j Mie Women's-Missibnarv Society %f Naismiih, sr., J. will be preached. jean A. E. 3W. Blk. 96. Road. Christians meet to re- too high. Miebacfc, lots'10 and 11, B13c 5, j Winchcombc, of WiTinifred.- and J. P. McUeath, of Dorthy, have been ap- pointed issuers of marriage licenses. 'Among Those who have been ap- pointed commissioners for taking af- fidavits-arc W. M! Harris Leth- Lethbridgc M. T. ind Ed. POD- Alberta Conference; pf'the-Metho-j son, E. 1-L Wilson. G. R. Tinning, P. Mrs. Katie Walsh, Trite of -A.- Walsh, died this ir-.ormns: at tiic family rcsi- a-facKay, 21. sub. of 1-5 and j dcncc, 934 Eighth St., S., ascd 25 TtQ no hi'tlrlin-r nn nmnurfv J _ i years. Funeral will be held on Mon- j May 22nd, from the; Patrick's church at _-.. i, i i i -r -i --iii1 iv iA.ii j H.JA t-ivviv cm u ulTCTl tO TllC IxOri) I fission Circles. oi tbe evening the honoi lavor Ui-eakiag bread, ana gospel will be I I awarded Mrs. Lethbridge. and Mrs. AH Larhonc cemetery, with Father )los- Mr. and. Miss Migginson, of Liver-j Buchanan was consoled with a pretty hare: been-spend-1 little g-ift. en si- Jiiabter OUJUJIT. -oci >n-ca. jiuij Eucharist at 9.30. Matins at o'- several months in Victoria, and I Mrs. J. Vv'ailace was the scene of on their journey. iji Lethb'ridge yesterday, tlipir today, j pn'e. of the prett-ibot nnd largest; of the spring social events last evening. Church Cf" 1-3 sub. of To Wull- ag'ainst supemssessment on .lot "Geo.-R-oljirison. c-o 3 T. S. un- dertaker, will "be in charge. The officials of the Roman Catholic The hospitable 'home of Mr. and j -iclock. ..Children's service at 3 o'clock'. iWliilc in. the eitv thev were ;ed by M. Evans >Neale. and Mrs. .Rev. A." A. united' Choral EveHsons-'.at 7.30. St. Andrew's Church (Presbyter- when-their daughter', Mrs. W. H.- Me- w.-W. Bryden, pastor." Lelland, entcr-tained a number 31 p.m. guests at a most delightful dancing j Sunday at 9.4G am. Visitors party..'. Large. rDink carnaiions .were jmado. welcome.. deck at 'this' John Wigg, of this city, j drawing and dinins; rooms which had; Miss Annie Barwell. of Carman-j been clcare'H for dancing. Mr. -witnesses were, Thomas W. j dell presided piano and lots 10-11 sub. of 13 ana, i-i and piut church of the city arc calling for ten- of. 12, Block'E. superassessment. for erection of their fine Sydney Smith, lots 02-64, Blk. no buildiuss. JL A. Scott, Manageress- and church, on the corner of Fourth E. A. Sharman, for Jno. Pros'ser, lots I avenue aild Tenth-street, S. The new 4 and '5 W. of McKillop, .noj building -will- be one of the finest buildings. :j churches in Western Canada and -will cost in the neighborhood of i It; is their intention to have it ready for occupation-this fall if possible. The Freeman-McLeod Co.'s excur- systcm owned b} the town the'Abater stipplj is, citizens expect tnat work on the P. K bnntx. from Pinchet CiU to tbe name of Herbert iccused, I from an insurance of Needs, stock, too high.? 'W. Sadcv.-ski. stock, too high. Hobt...Scott, stock, too high. C.I FA Wray, lots 5S-5S, Block .C., Wesley T. P. t6o high. LStor. Rev. P. S. Parrctt will prea-ch lots 15-16 Vair, Staf- clain- ,7- V-i-olet music int'o; .flK- little-flowef Vere'mernhers of the party. room and; here" punch w'Ss" throughout the evening. Mrs. Wal- l Miss Bella Falloon, has made j lace received her daughter's' .guests "a number'-oi. friends during her res i-i wearing a becoming gown of black on -Tbe Law of Life." prof. T. W. Suii- Bibie Classes- "at Cardsto be commenced sions to the Arrow Lakes, which optimistic people. Mr: were-so popular last year' arc to be waj to such an extent i conducted again this season, the first he col'PJe OI lots-. ford, tito'high. Y. 3r'C. A., lots 24-26, Blk'. 37, claims exemption. j Joyce, lots 7, Alex- phcing slated for Saturday, May lots 31-32, Bile Alexander. The company have -arranged high.. i detail for the pleasure and comfort JWATCH Mike Rosbaski, lots 9-11, Elk. 21, Lr thc exdirsionisls. The lacgc part- soon. The crops in the district are loolvjng fine, and this, together with the railway development is respons-' ible for a bright outlook and an McCvregor that IN STOMACH d'ence- in -the-.citv two silK'i Mrs --McLelland- looked -particu- yca'rs; leave's fom'orro-vr nroming'-for j larly attractive in a' graceful mauve vhere j chiJTou gown, worn o1.' upon her arrival'she.will marry G-eo. j dress of satin. er an under- i service. Daintv hand men immediately after the morning! IT. Platt, "and reside in "that cit'-y. embroidery .in the two tones, mauve Miss Falloon is taking .the trip alone and maize elaborated the costume. Visitors cordially'weie'onie. t IF Fjfth Avenue Baptist Church, NortU service Sabbath school at p.m.: evening- service 7.30 p.m. C. B, McKinnon pas- tor. Westminster Westmin- ster Church .tomorrow morning" Mo- thers' Day, "will be observed and an MAKE REPLY TO THE DEFENCE an alligator was killed in Domic the., company's office. jBayou, and the timepiece was found I. T. McGregor returned iivm a :iu its stomach. It is believed visit to Pincher City ibis m-oming jivaTch ran be repaired, and put in run- ;ind reports tluit ali is hustic and life ningr order. iii that town. it. being the head-i William Strome, son of the man w-io bst tbe watch, shot the quarters of tbe men now employed in __ (Special to the Herald) Kdmontcn. reply extends fourteen miles-beyond. ne iost tne Watch. which Jell into the he sfovenimeut to the defence put in1 Tin; insiailalion of the water works bayou. The tineuiece bears his keeping -with the day-win 'b-v tllft and Great Waterways! will he jicxt wct-k. Tlic in crude engraving on the case. be given by the pastor. In the Royal Bank and the; _______ noon the Sunday School 'and .Bible i Canada. West Cons; ruction Co.. in Classes will not forget the mothers, j suit for so they especially invite all the mo- tbers of North Lechbridge to be pres- eEL 'In the evening the pastor will preach OB "Social Sympathy.'1 .and a reception service will be held and the sacrament, of the Lord's supper will be dispensed. (Roman Cat'iolic) 'Children's masses at 8 a.m. Mass at filed this raorn-' ing iu the supreme Court by W. L.j Walsh K.C.. counsel for the goveni-j The rei-orr. is in two one to the Royal Bank and the other! i The government takes the ground) that the nixumenis on which the de- are based are bad in law, that, granted thai the allegations of High Mass at, 1.1 a. ra. parties defendant be true, which thej Sunday school at three o'clock. Even- 'government denies, tne said facts do ,ing'service at. Catholic Tera not excuse the failure to proesad Union meets on the First. Sun- tbft (.0nsinictioa of the railway or to the month in- the convent at he imerest on bonds. are _ Altar Society, meets it.atn bri the.second Sunday of ihejncBth 4 p. m. Sodality'meets on the last Sunday of ;the rnomli 4 p. m. TELL YOU IN A WEEK EVERY ARTtCLE WE HAVE IN OUR STORE REMEMBER JUST THIS 1 IF 1T'S HARDWARE WE HAVE 1T.J WE GIVE FULL WEIGHT. FULL MEASURE" AND A V WE WANT TO SEE YOU IN OUR STORE MORE THAN ONCE Staffqrd-Agnew Co, FOREST FIRES DESTROY TOWNS -'St.- 'Aucjustin's Church of Corner Srii street and 2nd avenue. Holy Communion S- -a.m.; Matins 11 a.m.: Ciroral Eucharist, ('1st Suridayl H a.m.; Sunday-School 3p.m.: -Even- song 7.30; Wednesday 'livening S. Tokio, May fires in Ilok-! Rev. .I.E. Murreli-Wrig-ht: the 'rectory; kaido. the riorihernmost part of thej 212 Eighth street (Island of Japan, arc devastating most! [of the territory of the island. A nurri-i St. of I her of villages already have been Eighth Klpvonlb "s'reet, stroyecl. Troops have been called south. 'Morning 1 1 a.m. Evensonf, 7.30 'p.m. at Sunday "It to-wn. write- us." School and Ad'uir BiljJe Ciass, "5 p.m: Holy baptiem, -i p.m. Holy -commun- ion. Isi and 3rd Sundays at S.SO'.a.m., 2nd, and. 4tli.. at o'clock service.'ing from and ry man is fighting Ui flames. The fire. miles in Ipn.Kth. afternoon to csl. almost sixty It is impossirile 'his; ir.alr numhor of ies or amount of carnage result-! ij Ji- 5 sai one e 1181 ;