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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page .9 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Thursday, May "Doesn't she carry It well! '.is often said of women whose gowns are fitted and worn over an a la Grace Corset. Get the model that's made for YOU. No. 729. Tbt popular, nrv {ront moccl. Ssts olf the new styles ;ust right for plight or nversje medium bust. 13 to 25. tor them by catric in the best stores. rita for sty.'a boolc to Crompton Corset Compaey, Lisaitei Toronto by the i evidence produced to them that public EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, 1224 Residence 620 opinion in the- town of Lans. has j radically changed since last December when a majority of iht> citizens voted favor of local or-iion. ihe board ot' liocnse commissioners following ihe qunshiun of a by-lav.- in the courts on techukMl grounds today recommended !the granting of a license to Messrs Keys and biemert. Atr.ony the evi- submitted was a petition sworn. to and duly witnessed, signed by forty- j lone who last December voted for kvul option and who now favored the granting of The failure of the local option peo- ple to complete their pledge uf last December to provide adequate horel accommodations in the of, the carry in 'responsible for the strong evolution of son. public opinion now in exist. Hostesses Mrs. W. A. Whit l on. Mrs. T. S. Fettcrly, Mrs. P. J. Ak-xamier. Mrs. Andrew Williamson. Mrs. Lethbririgc. Mrs. G. Moth. iViiliani Clear} e tomorrow. 11 not re- Westminster, the famous church un- der the shade of the House of Par- liament, when I'.imar Greenwood. M. P., was married to Margery, daugh- ter of Waller Spencer, of Kownhopc Court, Herefordshire. The church was crowded with notabilities in the sphere of imperial politics, in which Mr. Greenwood is so conspicuous a figure and with folk famous in the THE Standard Article Ready tor im any quantity. Useful for five aunarea A can equals 20 Its. SAL SODA. Udc oaly the Bot. SOLD EVEKXWHEHB For Making Soap. For Softening Water. For Removing Paint. I portuniiy of hearing; Miss Urnula fashionable world. A detachment, of Archer, who is so interested in the Mrs. D. A. Smith will "not receive the Canadian squadron of Edward's j progress of lu-r many pupils that she omorrow nor until fall. A. A. Lytle will receive to- said to be I niorrow fur the last time this sea- WORLD NEWS AT A GLANCE Mrs E. G. Hazell will not receive iomorrow, but will be at home for the last time formally this season on Tuesday afternoon. May 30th. [ALL stopped Empire celebrations in many parts of Canada. C. A. Sonser. of Sr. Cypri- an's chinch. Toronto, has accepted a cali to Vernon. B. C. Horse, in which Greeuwoud is a cap-: herself doesn't appear in public often, lain, lined the aisle. j Miss Archer selected for her opening Sir H. Virnt-y Hart was best man. song last evening the "Creole Love A brilliant reception was held after- j and it was, perfectly suited wards in Whitehall rooms, when Im-i to her beautiful voice. At the close V-erial cabinet ministers. Sir Wilfrid'; of this .selection the applause was so Laurier and other Canadian ministers insistant that another number was and a host of distinguished people i given. Mr. Needs opened the wcre present. The honeymoon will be j gram with an rendered in- SIXTY PEOPLE WERE DROWNED spent in the vallev of the Loire. mugkiLea :or me An interested visitor in Medicine days of apatfcecic jnciiff, Kai on Saturday was John T. Hall, of ,i-Utllre as a and rh Brandon, formerh- Pubiiciiv Commis-' of boos'Jiig: becomes infectious, and nger who finds the ri_aht kind! of fpiri: among the people who upon the srouucl. becomes imbued withj iliac spirit, and carries awny the ini-i pressions which betoken a lasting: friendship which may leed up to t'ut-j -James Swan, aged driven in- ure investments or citizenship. To j sane by business worries, committed John T. Hall are all more or less! suicide in Winnipeg, indebted for the eradication of the old. Thc suburbs of erence our walcr owln- to a T without rhe building its place c: the healthy tone of thc system. sicner lor this ciry and lor me asi confidence in our own efforts to ef- A. B. A gar has been appointed year in the same position Brandon. ;fect rhe development of our manv re-j commissioner bv ihe Edmonton coun- 3t is ven- gratify ins to Mr. Hall to find the seeds sown during tae early Montague of the firm of Robinson and Rlsck, for a little ovt-r a Foot, plus a valuation on the building, which was erected Thc nuptials ot Miss Mary String- er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh j ing and energetic campaigns that i have been mapped out will be brought j before the club for consideration. iig were, Mrs. Waddington, Mrs. N'cl- aud Mr. Meldrum. I am sure that every woman who [TRAINMEN .Strincer, and Norman Lougheed. sec-i hsarci Mr. Bennett's magnificent ad-! AN ond son of Senator Lougheed, leader j dress last evening appreciated his re- of the opposition in the Dominion marks with reference to the great j KILLED IN ACCIDENTAL WRECK senate, and Mrs. Lougheed, were cele- work Ihe women can do and every Montreal. May by acci- any criminal responsibil- verdict rendered by thei brated at 8 o'clock last evening ai j loyal Lethbridge woman will be giv- !coroner-s at the inquest into ihe residence of the bride's parents, en an opportunity to accomplish work of Engineer Crawford and, Calgary. Rev. J. A. Clark, pastor of i that will he a benefit to tbe Knox church, performed the ceremony so please think the matter in the presence of about one hundred make up your mind to become an ac- the main facts established being that guests Following the cercir.ony and I tive member and when you are visit- ithe trains met at Bresley, buffet luncheon, the bride and groom city, i Brakeman T. S. Miller, who perished over, 'as the 'result, of Thursday's wreck. left for th, west spend their honey moon. They will reside in Calgary. ed pav vour wenlv-fivecent member- ihad orders ship fee and encourage your friends j to do likewise. both: tbe acle" track' Mrs. R. 'the Outremont yards when the The next meeting of tbe Executive ity occurred> but a. few of the cars: Smith, received Tuesday '.Committee wil! be held next afternoon and evening for time formally this season. spite of the inclement, weather )a num j the last i afternoon at the home of and in F. Sin-pson, 636 Ashmead stree four o'clock. Tues- ;Avere vanning over the main line. i It was stated that. Brakeman Mil Miller; 'should have flagged tbe Ottawa itfiough no direct evidence was given 'as to whether lie had really done this.; val of the empire the' scene depicting the battle of Chateauguay, the with- drawal of which has been' resented by. Canadians. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast" A day started on Cowan's Cocoa is a day with a ehtr head and a steady a day full of snap and life. nourishes the body. It is rich in food value and easy to digest thc feature of the Over-J iSo suddenly did the Ottawa train; her of visitors dropped in for a cup of lea and a chat before the cheery Of W1C the obstructed cars of thej prate-fire in rhe den during the after- seas Cli.b entertainment was Mr. R. special that Engineer Craw-' noon. Tn ihe evening a number of j B. Benneti's address at the rink searcely time to throw on; the yoiinffer people, friends of Miss i evening, hut, The splendid musical pro- tne emergency brakes. The jurors; Edra. the pretty young daughter of j and the ably presented were but a few minutes in reaching the home, but their visits sketch made the evening a most verdict, lasted r throughout thc evening. The sant one. in spite of the rather cool j six years ago. The move was render- rugs were rolled up and the dozen atmosphere within the clouds ed necessary by the growth of the si ness, which demands larger quar- folk enjoyed thc evening danc- and rain without. inc. Miss Bessie Hazel 1, Miss Smith "U you live out of town, write us." tors, and work on the erection of a new building, on a site purchased on j the dances. f'aritun just north of Port-' ass avenue. start, at once, the j Thc Maple ano Miss Mary Simpson played for all knew that there was much musical talent in Lethbridge to be proud of, but never before have al our most musical people been gather- was much in evi- ed together. It. is not often that NEW BANK ACCOUNTANT H. Sheldon, of Chatham, Ont., has been appointed accountant of the local branch of the Bank of Commerce Uo succeed A. W. Chambers, who has I been appointed manager at Granum. new frontae.f hcinz over 100 feet. fiecce Tuesday at St. Margaret's, Lethbridge people are given the op- day. Mr. Chambers goes to Granv.m to as- his managerial duties on Mon- ;