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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTITBRTDGK DAILY HERALD Tuesday, May 23.1911, Blue Ribbon Products ARE PURE FOOD PRODUCTS NTS BY CALGARY PEOPLE IN LOCAL REAL ESTATE -..A Calgary syndicate have purchas- and Mrs. Burgess the three lots'in- ed five valuable lots on the north- these for 5H.OOO. _ Some time aqo Dr. Blow of Calgarvi west corr.er of Ninth street and Fourth I..; iU a purchased the five lots on the north-; .avenue (Coutts and Dufferin) through enst corner of Elghth St. and Fourth' 'G. A. Peat and Co. Mrs. Rose sold avenue (Burdett and It is the two lots on the corner for said that he paid for the five. ff in food, so much desired by every housewife, is the nbsohi-? sr.ijul- Bine Buy Bin" Ribbon Inking Jotly >wders or are all of :ne same high If are k satisfied, take back, the packet or tiu and si-jney will be refunded. EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phcne. Residence who has resided or more al; in the ;o hus- r HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY OF COURSE YOU CARE HOW YOUR ATTIRE LOOKS! And this very fact is an indication that you want to look the best that good taste, forethought a little money can make you. Very well; let the Hudson's Bay Company help you. Ours is a helpful store, and every department is ready to give you splendid assistance. Not only that, but their stocks of goods are so worthy and desirable, assortments so complete, and prices so low. i. baa.K and wives of Americans are eligible for membei'ship. Anyone de- siring to join the club are re-quested j to ;end their applications accompan- ied hy the membership fee of SI.00 to the secretarv. Mrs. D. H. Elton. TO INSTRUCT THE BATTER i camp to communicate to him at the! armory any evening after 7 o'clock. Last year Lett! bridge was the only j station between Winnipeg [and the- coast and the 25th Bafterv; j the royal salute on the day of i iKinc: Howard's funeral. Arrangements' i are boms; made for the Batterv to i Toronto Saturday Night Mr. and I Mrs Herbert Keek have sent our in-i Vitations to the marriage of their i daughter. Miss Marjory Beck, and .Mr. Robert Stanley Mabee, of Ma- i ignuh. which will take place in St. I Senator and Mrs. Veber are ex- i Paul's church on Wednesday, June 7. octt-d home fnun Ottawa next Sat-J at half-past three, and the ceremony rday. j will be followed by a reception at K I Clarendon crescent. It seems a very j little time (Dec. 2fi) since there was! a wedding from that address, and i i guests will recall the very pretty Christmas bower in which Mrs. Beck received The month of roses will give quite another mise-en-scene, but just as hearty good wishes to the summer bride and groom. Mr. K. X. Boyd, o [Winnipeg, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd. T.is-s Margaret M. Kraser and her motiu-r, went to High River this af- ternoon to spend the holiday with frieiris. prcsrui Sergeant Instructor Self, of "A" Battery. Royal Canadian Horse Ar- tillery, Kingston, arrived in the city to instruct the local bar-1 tery prior to going into camp at Cai-j L.QCAL BUDGET can." on -June 12th, Instruction class-! es be held every evening at seven I Plitnkett and Savuge. wholesale o'clock; beginning on Thursday even-: fruit dealers, received this morning. Mr. and Mrs. S. -I. Shepherd have returned iron, a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Maple John Dixon, ing. next, and it is hoped that all the crrmbers of the Battery will turn out ffiguj-arlr'for instruction. The instruc- Uun will be held at the arm- ory at the rear of .122-3 Fourth Avp. Last year the 25th Battery went p f. -nto camp at'Calgary at full strength t] Ieft lhis f ind was one of the finest bodies U) ovcr men in attendance. "Ihev received Among those who were registered at the ofnci- of the Canadian High Commissioner in London were Lieut. Col. R. and Mrs. Belcher, and the Misses Belcher, of Edmonton. the first, car.of rhubarb that has ever Co to Lethbridge. j P. -E. Crosby, of the Crosby shoe Mewburn will not receive to- store, leaves tonight to visit his old morrow, but thereafter will be at home nt Yarmouth, X. S. ium.v to her friends throughout, the 'summer mi the third and fourth Wcd- i nesdavs of each month. cial mention for both appearance and efficiency'. This year they should do even better work as a large number p[ the old officers and men will go again, and if the new recruits sign op early and get the benefit of Sergt. instruction there is no reason they should not eclipse last scar's record. Knight, of Raymond, who so ''tCindly outfitted the Battery hordes last year, will again give the 'Battery a supply this year. The of- ficer commanding also desires any- one having draft horses which they supply to the Battery for the Thc city schools seem to have put i lawn tennis upon their itst o'f perrna- inent sports. Besides the" two courts H I for ihe teachers ati Central and West-11 I minster schools, a new court has j f keen provided for .the. High school j girls. It is to be ..hoped that the j girls will show their appreciation by using the court to the fullest extent. Instead of the usual tournament the city arranged 'to main- tain a challenge list, divided into A. B. and C. classes. The following is the standing to ilaie Ladies' Sin- 1, Miss H. Nirnmons 2, j Miss K. McXab 3. Miss 1 {origins '4, Miss (B 5, Miss; j If ihe country club grounds are sui-; yjjss Hremner 7, Miss! .dian Genera! Supply Co. ficiently dried by tomorrow a nuin- j Curric Aridy 9. Miss Me-j car of steel yesterday to! ber !hc men-.bers arc anticipating j ,U'; Miss K. Sharman. (C Sec-J Jbe used in the cor.stniction of the U pleasant day on the links. Golf (Alphabetically arranged at' new Bowman Block Sixth St.. S. rapidly gaining much popularity in i Aislt. Miss Barassin, j Heavy snowfall tiirotighout Wesiem i Lethbridge. j Miss Batt, Miss Bennett, Miss Birch. :'Canada last night put the telegrajiiiC1 j I Miss Davy, Miss Dawson. Miss Fair, i service out of commission today.! to ihe inclement weather Giiosuii. Miss Hamilton, Miss j j Lines everywhere down about the past few days the opening of the Miss Jensen. Miss Keatley, Penh is Club which was to have tak- j p Miss McKay, M'iss i Fancy Muslins and Ginghams HALF PRICE Don't Miss This BARGAIN! jLovely wash goods suitable for summer dresses and '21 to 30 inches wide: roo'ular 25c to -35c yd. Sale 12 l-2c SPECIAL SALE OF Dress Linens Plain and fancy striped dress linens: fine soft finish; fast 'c o 1 o r s: 3 0 i n c lies w i d e: r e g u lar ode- yd. Sale 25c Men's Summer Vests Scores of styles, dozens of patterns, and light and med- ium dark ground, made of prints, ducks, cambrics and mercerized cashmeres; all good washing material. Pric- es to Boy's Suits Our stock is now complete and we can assure our patrons of a nice variety of styles "to choose from. All sizes for "boys from 4 years to 15 years. Prices up Men's Suit sale price .......2 for 25c the The A SMOKER SATURDAY -j 0. P. I. !cca! Xo. -I14 will hold a] smoker in the Labor Hall on Saturday! v.iay i'T, at S o'clock. en place tomorrow, lias been deferred i -j-ejff for a short period, therefore, the tea i to have been held in the afternoon at lhe club house, is also cancelled. s R. Sharman, Miss Wai-j Bulk Currants, at, per pound lOc Layer Raisins, at 12 l-2c A few New Lines of Heinz's Specialties just placed in stock Grocery Department, main floor at rear Men's 1, I Brandow 2. Mr. May. (Section j tide FJOWS-- Yerv acceptably. Misses their" own church As there seems to be a misunder- stand'ne of the Lethbridge Country trrouiuLs. I have been asked to; already been played, in'spite of the call attrition to the fact that in ac-j adverse of the past week. 3, Mr. Sir-varT Mr. Van Allen 5, Mr. Andrews Hanulton. Several good challenge games have i ,.Tfac Ajms and Objccts of a Suc- cesxuil League in Weslev Church, who are finding and Dicc-r rendered piano sol- j their first few weeks awav from home os. Miss Watts read a paper such a trial, it would be. more near- ly fulfilling ''the cup of cold water" ide-.i. "One of ihe least of these" cordance with rules of the Club i Mr. Stewart, defeated Mr. Van Allen in straight sets, 6-5 ed up 10 third place and mov- r linislil.d the Men's; Lethbridgf." After the programme j would appreciate the littlp time spent, refreshments were served arid games j very much, and would slay with the j church, which thus extended the friend social ]y hand and the ciiurch would gain evemng. s said that in a .sense the League was dependent 'on the church. In discussing this in parr "Social life is object of our League work as uy it young people are attracted to tfcc congenial friends. Singles. Mr. May successfully dcferul- ed his position by defeating Mr. Invitations have been sent out by i Stewart, K-0 3-fi 6-3: on Friday Hie speaker said Georse H Parkin (formerly Prin-1 only to fall a victim to Mr. Bran-1 cipai of T'ppcr Canada and fiow's prowess on Saturday morning; Mrs. Parkin, of Going-on-Thames, i 0-fi 6-2 7-5. The same afternoon Kngland. lo the marriage o; their j saw an exceptionally good game on dauc'r.trr. Maude Krskinc. to Profes-jthe Westminster court between Miss sor Grunt, Queen's University, j B. Ninmions and Miss McNab, in j Kin.rttnn fir.i Thr- -mrri-u-p "-ill which the former won. 7-5. The i T, unt. i nc marriage .n, spirit oi sociability. Lnfler this head- ing I might direct a few very pointed remarks to our church matrons who, selfishly wrap- ped in the social.environment of their shirk n own homes, or interested in their and keep its young members. Most The church is fast lodging in a rut and' it lies with the League to ply the notive power to get it ning satisfactorily. We have the material right-, here in this League to build one of the best organisations of the Kind in Alberta. But as Mr. M-itford s.aid. in his talk the other evening, have to weed out. the atrophied of us are boarding, so we all can .and convert them into workers. realize the heart-hunger which comes want to make Wesley League a at times for a cheery fireside. and cess it will have to'be by a another prominent, the cup which cheers but does not united effort, to attain the ideal lea- inebriate, drunk in the company takt- place on Thursday, -June 1, at Church of St. of Canter- bury. Going. will have been arranged at the close j of the month, in which case a goodly j number of games will be carried out with the tine weather of -June. I gue. Taking thejiint from the Sv-n-; day school we should aim a'c instead and consequently, become j This sociability problem in Lefh- of -'Alberta for "Weslev Leagues should emanate a bridge is almost. as wide as the sue- League for and i each ial problem, and needs just as truly j church cnntrbul.es its quota of good brains, supplemented by kmdjtian young people, it will mean a hearts to work out the solution. It !general leaveninsr of the Province a a duty which the church people are Mr. Dunning sang "When the Kbb- WE COULDN'T TELL YOU !N A WEEK EVERY ARTICLE WE HAVE IN OUR STORE REMEMBER JUST THIS IF HARDWARE .WE HAVE IT WE GIVE FULL WEIGHT. PRICE WE WANT TO SEE YOU IN CUR STORE MORE ONCE Tbe erigagfment of Miss Dorothy Drc-.v. favorite grandchild and i i rnnslant companion of (fiadhlonc. Notwithstanding the I Lieuipnaiit; Parish, aide-de-camp of'! weather, quite few of tin- 1 ('laiistorie's, is reported as workers and friends mustered H of her visit to South Af-i Wesley church last evening. Miss Dnrothy. as a child, as- sr-ru-d ihdt Windsor Castle was ''near j i ly nice" as Mawarden Castle, j I j i'.er gi'aiidiarhev, with whom she j I was photographed hundreds of times, J chi'ic-'! lift "or Eft ting 'ale. she {quoted the vi.-r.ve frnnr the psalms, "It, is vain fot von to rise carlv." It is time that 'the young people of bjp small coterie of friends, forget "the f the church assumed a working part in i stranger within their gates." Miss at ''i Watts pointed out tnat this was not intended for the League mem I hers. they had entertained those HAN Itaffor j Th" mfttiihers of the frican will hold a business meet ing ir, the Y.M.C.A. auditorium on Thursday evening; at 8.30 o'clock. The j memners of the club are requested to an effort to be present, as the I of regular meetings and iu- THE WATER Of QUALITY Apart from its curative pro- perties in stomach and kidney disordersPlftGIWater is good to delightful thint- qucncher. jg who had not their homes in the city, ve ry extensively. She said. "I do the church life and they should i'n a HI I recognition a." a Leag ultimately, ''Alberta for 'hn.st. dc- Tt.o LABORERS GO trouble right here in LethbriOge gue is that many of the prominent church workers look on the league j workers with an indulgent smile and j wish some clarion call of duty could j once in a while give us an encouT.ig- i reach the slumbering ears of many of jour cluiich matrons and waken them 1o their responsibility along this otherwise otir league is allowed IT vim (Special to the Medicine. Hat. May strike ing pat on the shoulder, a way of Of laborers on municipal work was showing us their appreciation, but broken this afternoon, when many of "U you out.of towa, -write us." fun- enterUumm-rits will be consider- C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Tilt- bylaws of the'club Lethbridfie, Alta to the strikers applied for work and Ol- i strike-breakers were on the scene in should abundance. No trouble has been re- ally made our mends and are. there-j that the league is a power in church ported i'ore, socially independent of church j work and should oft'er it every oppor- I line. Some of us who have been in I good care, of itself. Instead j the city .1 year or more have letharjjv tlv> church entertainment, but fhere arc scores of young people who are indeed tunity to exert this power as It is the routh of a church which instills Grangers, and ,it is for them I make I new life and new ideas into the vork this appeal. insures its success. C' on se- lf the church matrons would expend quently, youthful vjgor is a power which all churches need and must have in order to live. "The id or- a" portion of the tinT and energy ihev use in foreign missionarv work in entertaining the young people of j dcr yielding place to Harry Barber, former employee of the Metropolitan Life, was arrested here, charged with The hearing of the case was postponed for three days. Complaint was made by Calgary officers of the. company. Barber claims he made a payment last Saturday and that the, matter'will-be Tixed up. ;