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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'hm-sflny, Turn-. 10J3 LETTIKKIDOE DA FLY MILADI EDITED BY "INC" Offlct 1224 TUB UA1N sit ;it tho window wlUi weary sign, Ami liUy gate nt the rain, That's ilrlp'pinR o'nr" lillt Htid plain cum ii ami ski'. he white mlsU wreathe and fly As the storm win da ami wane, Atirt the sqild.cn IreoV complain 0 the ri Ire-am let's IreL-and cry, riti the river fiivoHcn and brown, Hushing on to mfot tho sea, Changes smile to angry frown, Gone IE all its', mirth and Rice Hie {-.real pliilo'n'E spread Vr n xvofM, that weeps itir dead, Cownn Paterson: Mr. nnrt Mrs. J. S. Kogirs, ol .lliabaicii I.JiiciipR, arc gutsls. with anil Mrs. CraRg, Mis. J. A, Marliay anil "lora. Kourtccnlh St., leave on Mcm- luy on a three "months' visit to rlon, Ont. f.t Mr. ninl Mrs, J. M. Virtue, ol arrivert in the citj mil will thoir lioine here in In .me. Miss Ursula Archer, -vvho ihortlj- lor where she wil iptlile in luture, will entertain her pupils on Saturday evening in c'fio .'oiiscrvatory ol Musk, c Mr. and Mrs, N'. HHcliie anil llt- ing to cnaiiKO al l.otlihriilgc, been KK'en KJ niiikrstoiul I.elh-l bridge would lie the ontc-nt of tlielr railroad jouiney ami told the- Dca- j .coneSB they liii'l not enough money to i Icarrj- (ham to their destination, anil tickets wcie botiKlit for the balance of llioir journey, costing 70 rents. llcporl From Majf 18th to June 8th. Number of tialnn met 121 j Nimilicr d( prtsseiifififc 78 Number ot given in- Eoroiiition 24 Number ol rfirls cared lor......... 1 Work lotlncl lot 3 Yivo thiJdrrjj cntujug off Ihe 7'15 evening train tiaving to wait until r.pict niornitij? [or llic. 7 o'clock Iraln, were carrd for liy children's shel- ifr, ujiun being notified of their necrt One Lvcniiij; took a family to '....VI V lillcji, wbcn Mlsfi Macgnrotta Par- inglon bedtime tbe btide ol Mi- Ed- ty WAS the groom rVCLs'jmpported Mr.'Fred {ntMrerr Jtarlinglon ntid fivendoUnt Jones imulc dainty little flowar girls. mroerUately after the ceremony, a cccption was held In tho auditorium jl tbo Conservatory nl Music, wbcn an inviting.bullet supper was served. .Mr. and Mrs. Jclt. on a'yrnnirjb, to slay mail Uie'neU morn-; rip Ic Nelson and other'jake ling, when llify wern lo leave on Ihr and upon their return Kill reside 'at Mlea Tilney leaves on Saturday (or month's trip to Vancouver, Hoattle, id Coronada irriftre will visit Jif.T slslnr. During her ftb- her bunlntsi bo conrtiiotet] Miss McLeori, 'who will have lull cluuge. OLUB8 AND tle scm loave on Pacific coast on t Salurdny for tl.e visit. Mrs, U M. Chcnoy, Mrs. Tadsen, sunl Mr, Lest io nt Appleton, Miss., are guests for two or Ihtct wroUs with Mrs, I. P. CJicncy, Me. and Mrs. TJ. 'J. Sehl leave to- nouow lor Winnipeg, where they will remain -a u-cok before .going .to ttehl's home at Killarney, Man., In siienrt a" mouth or two. A nuintcr of the young people hnrc arranged picnic at. the river bot- The Flower Otitld will visit the CJalt hospital us usual al S o'clock toninirnw, and the ladies will be ex- ceedingly grateful lor donations garden blosaorns. They will lie CAllcd for, if Mrs. A. A, Smith is tele- phoned at 1059. Rtfiort tit llic W. C. T. U, Travel- Aiil from March IBlh lo May (Sili: Nnmliec of trains met dming the two months Assistance rendered to passen- gers InfurniHlion given to passengers Number of young women cared for.............................. fourtd lor young H'OtllCU........................ McelingK nttende'l Took some part in HccoivBtl for rent of room .......51.00 Expendtd for railway fare The following interesting cases uere among those assisted'; A young worn an from Holland 1 o'clock train foe Upon 1 going to thp stuiioji in Ihc I found the family there, the father hblilinft of the UlUc tn arms. On enquiry fouruf that they had started on Ihn train, hut the child had been taken u itb convulsions J and lied to ho brought back. Your ncacor.esfi phoned and secured the services nf a pfij'sician, -doing what she could in the Siinantlnio tc help tho annious Tht- ctiihl cvGnlu.illy rccoverrri and was jiblc to proceed iis parents lo thfir ileAcinatton. Krom tlir 9th of June to June 23rd, during I'dy's vaca- tion, Miss Hill acted as substitute. The following is Miss Hill's report lu-o necks I'rainB t35 Passc-ngerB a wist ciJ 58 391 ne tmn for Saturday afternoon, weather alighting from the 6--l5 Spokane Fly- The1 party will ir.cluclq nhout forty-nve with Mrs-" 11. S. Mrs. Andrew-Tilleyapri -Mrs. George Moth as chaperoncs. who Mrs. Dlsuii, of Maple Creek, IIOT been a RUesx (ofR Mrs. S. J. Slmphetd, b'oinp. She was accompanied by Mrs. Shepherd and baby "daughter, who M'ill remain far a couple of wecfcs. Special No. 2 (Motion Voiles. Katlflles and nov- olty weaves. In durable and sheer fab- ric's: also Anderson's Kamous Imported Scotch Chimbrays. nil bcKt riiiKlltleE ob- tainable and (n the regular way mi to 60 cents. All al American Crepss That dainty and durable material EO popular for Klnionas. Sacines and Tea Gowns. Kvery wanted shading, cither will) or u-Rbout bonlers. On sale -4 Q at por yard.................. Iww Webb's. Famous Huck Towels Gross Bleitcl'cd. Mnen Hue Tow- els, sonip with I'luiti Hem, others hem- Fllttheci. Repular value up to DO cenlE pair. On and Saturday 49c 25c s m Notion Dept, 10 l.aun Handkerchiefs for 12 Hair Npts [ur 12 yurds [.act 01- Insertion 2 Writing Tablets, size 5xS for G pfcls of h'nrojopes for 2 HLISUT Ijelts color) for Tupostix 25" Ladies' Fancy Lisle Hose 11 dorcji only, heing tho bnhinrc of our this Beaton's slock In U'ulies' Fine Lisle HosCj liicliidee wanted color in laco or Rmbroldered- T5c; on sale al OwC f Men's Smart Outing Shirts Made in Cost Stylo with convertible collars, one pocket; niaterlnls are Ane Zephyrs, and Sllkollnc. plain colors and light grounds, with colored alrtpefi. fiizes M V4 to 16'A. Regular anri Sli.ift Friday and Saturday, ff OC for 9 I Men's Negligee Shirts Coal Style, toft double cuffn and col- lar; smnrl aliipo and plain colors. to IT. HeKular Friday and Saturday 89c Boys' Serviceable School Suits Made from strong durable hard wear- ing Tweeds. aiylgJ bloomer pants. Regular values up QQ J7.50; Friday and Saturday Floor Oil Goths Five pieces only heavy quality painted; back, Rngllch Floor Oil Clolb in Tile and Conventional Designs. Colorings of fawn gt een or bloc. Iborougnjy relUbln wearing (jufaSliy lhat sells regularly at 10 cents. On sale at per square yard fcw w Jute Brussels Rugs A Itug or exceptional wearing quall- licB and eqi3al in appearance lo tbe fin- est all-wool English BruesolE, liut comee ;il a mere fraction of the price. 9 x ft. for SS.58 fiizp 9 x 9 ft. for S7.88 Ladies' Shower- Proof Coats Woll and stylUbly mndc from a nice medium weight Rubberized Parair.etta In the pojt'.ilar fawn ahade. Ruve blgb lurn uver collar, R.igJan. alcove wlih neat wlna strap at wrist anil nave large roomy porkoti. Full box bacVs. Will he snapped up quIc'K QiA QC Ladies' Dress Skirts In all v.ool Tweeds In light rreyfc find fawna and r-Yench Panamas fn correct medium wlrtih. and 36 iach lenglii and a fow in larger sites, QR All lo go Ladies' White Waists Made from fine Lawna and Cambrics in a hoil of Tins "f Crosse Blick'well's Jams................... .30 .Gove.-nnient Creamery Butter, ilbE for.................. 65 Harris' Wiltshire Bscon, ptr Ib ,35 Take Your Lunch With Us DELICACIES 3PEC1AUUY PRICED- Cold Roast Mutton, Bosinij Breid and Butter, and Tea or Coffee, only......................................S .30 Potato Salad, Bread and Butter, and Tea or Coffee....... t2Q Sliced Pineapple and .15 Blueberry Pie and Tea.or. ,JQ Ice Cream.............................................. .10 i Deal here once and you will make this store your permanent shopping place The Hudson's Bay Stores SALE YOU CAN'T FORGET Hats and Untrimmed Shapes, at -Half Pride 1: Thiere aro loia of hiqlhsrif who" v-'ould" like lo freshen up hats of tbol n as as those of fhelr daughters. .But the cost o' "mntorUI ow has kept them from doing so. "That la thin sale makes It -for mothers to oxporlniohi- tbere are lota of Rirla who HUe to hath a bit thomselvps. Here In a chmico for this stock IB going to told. We want to stfiri llic tiflxl Benson wllb an entirely new slock. Ail This Week Nothing is Reserved. Here and the Bargain Sale of YbuV'Life o am joins-lo mnkn rooV for a big Fall stork and; MISS CAMERON HILL'S STORE THIRD AVE. UP STAIRS HAVE TYPHOID FEVER MAN ON riOAD GANG CONTRACT. ED DUE TO BAD WATER WOULD LIKE PLACE IHR to raise better BlocV, and arc us- ing good ranis at present, grading up heir flocks, bnc the. jrroeees must ne. ceaanrily be gradual 10 be effective and economical. C, HARVEY SAYS PflAlRlE SHEEP CANNOT COMPETE WITH FANCY feTOCK Typholrt (over has broken out am- ong the prisoners' road gang at Ta- j biy- A guard immed Grant, mid two1 from the provincial jail arc suffering from ihu disease, and will I be brought into the boBpitnl htre to- j uiorrow'. A guard wns sent out to Grant's place today. pr- Rlvcfo attributes tbe outbrenk j oi :lbe malady to tbe use of water i froni nn stagnant well, tnslead of inn good Belly Hirer. Tlfifi partlcxilar gang of prisoners >bfl8 bee-n wording- en tlto cut (o tbe [bridge al 'thr rlvor for several weeks. Dr. Hivcrs does not anticipate an 'epidemic, ns tbc drhihtnsr watflc lins chdTiBert, nnj evci-y other lire- caption afialnst n sprcnd. FEW EXCURSIONISTS The excursions, as announced In thf HorftM yeatenlAy. mu! which coin- rjiepccd toilay. wtvc very poorly pal- oral "throiiKhoitl I be nil, was !n the iirJgliborhcod oj jicsyle who look ad- vantage of tho anecLnU, 'H. G. Harvoy, of the Wool Growers1 association, Is in tova lor ilie exhibi- tion, and for the special meeting of he sheepmen. He thought Ihe aheen cxhlbiiB were Tine, but explained that he sheepmen berR could never be In- duced 'lo ahow against such blgli-clnas stock, for tliey 'knew they bad no cbanco of winning any ivrf7.es. He did not talk disparagingly of Ihese nnrt IhlnHs they arc a fine nconrnsement lo tho western man to go in for pnro bred stuff. Din Mr. Harvoy.thinks lhat assen" should -lie "arranged for sheep off the and which nrc not com- polled to Ii la too ivensive an undertaking, be claims, to 11 nt thoroughbreds out on {he even If thoronghbrodR -wero kept excluelvely, thny would not be In Hie pame condition HH tboao shown here, for tliey are. not aiienliiily.'fed. atahlfeil AILIJ trlimiifeU for show. Mr. nopea that tbu fisltlbfilon '-will rtuvUf' scnifi whereby Ihu local uiPn may get Into rinu. YvUh..whiu tbfty have. The shQepniou hete are all endeavor- HOLD EXHIBITION IN THE AUTUMN Medicine Alia., Jur.r 25. Ninnty-business irom 'Saskatoon arrived in the city, this evening on IlicJr tour ol Ihc Western cities." They hPtirtily received Ijy tbr. civic antl Itnard of t and although it raining Ihey were given a trip around the. which was tollowcil by H hanquet in the Ce- cil hold, lo which about 150 Sal dow n. DIRECTORS .DECIDE TO HAVE FAIR FOR DISPLAY OF AGRI- CULTURAL PRODUCTS "At ihe meeting of tbo fair manage- ment at noon today it WBB practically doctded to bold En agricultural ex.- circuit. Live Block, men have hart iifbllion. at tlic close of tbo big fair their innings At tlio present The event of the fall will fitre the grain, grass and vegetable exhibitors B chance. A card of racing uvonts will also be arranged: The bad ueather attending tbe present oiliibHton baa Ihls decision by the management likely. APPOINTED A GOOD MAN Winnipeg, June John Mc- Millan has been aupolnierl successor to D. S. Jenkins resigned, a a super- intendent of C. T'. tele- graph lines. FREIDMANN tbo It if- the ten grown On of Ibrt world-famous Xiiwftrit Klij district of O.ylon, In "Kjli-.da tlinl Klvfia H that ilcli. njiiform Jelictous flavor. i ii CONDEMNED CURE London, June The Can-" ntllnn Medical association un- nnimoiislj- adopted the" of n special Inveeilgallng com- mltlce Kd judging (he results (be consumption" nsMnadetiuate and Israr-tory.' and that; I-'rifiluiunii'd claims and :n.'hlevoinertls do Jiul cu-ordln- -1 fr ;