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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbi-idpj Daily lieraid, Friday, May HOLBROOKS WORCESTERSHIRE DISTRia COURT AT CLARESHOLM Annual District Meeting At Pincher Creek-Resolution Passed Claresholm, May sports held here on Victoria Day were a great success. They wore under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. If the Y.M. C.A. does nothing else but encourage healthy, manly sport it will be a great thing. Three years ago Clares- holm had a good amateur football and baseball team, but now the foot- A. M. A. Lytle-fr layman, Robert (ball team is a thing of the past. vvhitehead. j The district court sat here to-day, when cases were dis- posed of. The annual meeting of the Method- ist clergymen, and laymen or the Lethbridge district was held at Pin cher Creek on Wednesday and Thurs day, with the chairman, Rev, J. M -Harrison of Macleod, presiding. The 'iiuancial returns showed rais- in the district for all purposes as .against last year. Tiie district; raised for missions of which t about ?1600 was in this city.' Tiie total for the district last year was The increase of member-! sbip was 1S2, of which IU) was in thej r.vo 'Lethbridge churches. i The district meeting passed a" re-! commendation, to the annual confer- ence 'that the present district be di- vided into Lethbridge and Macleod districts, the dividing line being east o! Monarch, the Carmangay Hue towns being in the former district and that Ctaresholm be taken from the Kpworth Leagues, etc.: ii. H. C'ragg inrf O. D. Austin. Contingent fund: K. E. Finlay and T. D. Hunter. Temperance, etc.: J. .M. Harrison and E. Hunt. Memorials, etc.: T. P. Perry and s. Galbraith, M.D. Sabbatli observance: T. D. Jones and Robert Whitehead. Church property: T. P. Perry and A. F. Grady. State of the work: H. H. Cragg and O. D. Austin. Nominating: A.M. A. Lytle and J. E. Hunt. Educational: J. M. Harrison and T. 'U. Hunter. Sunday school: R. E. Finlay and W. S. Galbraith, M.D. FARMERS -MEET: WNCHEU Jood Speeches at a United Fanners' Association 'Meeting' I'iiu'her Creek, May local branch of the U. F. A. held a meet- ing in the opera house on Saturday which largely attended. A. 1M- president, opened the muding with a 'few appropriate remarks and called upon W. J. Tregillus, of Cal- gary 10 address those present. The result was a splt-ndid address from thegentleman named, who touched upon the advantages to be gained by .farmers joining the association, and Appeal, Tucker v. Crown against a JB a aearty mauner complimented the I conviction under the f ess ion Ordinance for Medical Pro- a breach ol the isame. This was dismissed owing to a technical error in the entry of the i appeal. For appellant J. W. McDon- aid instructed by P. J. Nolan, for the Crown W. M. Campbell. farmers of Pincher Creek district in forming 'a co-operative company with a view to handling their own hay, and prophesying that the movement would be a successful one. Mr. Tre- gillus dwelt principally on the ma- terial or business side of tanning, to- Myers Bros. v. Houghton. Action i gcther with the educational and so- on an account for plowing. Adjourn-jcial side 0{ farming as a profession, to 22nd Sept. J. R. Watt for plain-i He was comprehensive in all he said, tiff, H. 0. Haslam for defendant. I Big Demonstration At the Capital and besides giving many -useful hints and much advice, left a favorable im- pression with the audience. T. L. Swift, also of Calgary, followed with some good common sense remarks on the elevator and grain question, al- leging that the farmers are being im- tractor for the Claresholm Water jposed upon in the grading and mar- tractor for the Claresholm Water jketing of grain, backing up his argu- Works. Dismissed. J. R. Watt for m'ents with figures. v. McCuaig. Adjourned to 22nd Sept. G. G. Norris for plain- tiff. Berg v. Breckenridge. Action on account for boarding men in the em- ployment of John Breckenridge, con- qjlaintifi, H. 0. Haslam for defendant. Wooster. v. Ahern. Action for nurs- ing account and board in connection with the illness of defendant.- Plain- Continued from front John Herron, 51. P., who was pres- ent, spoke briefly, stating that, he was anxious to assist the farmers as representiative at Ottawa in any he could. A large number of farmers TlHv SlOi'C Thili t'llC PUCC f01 low on groceries, offers these throe strong v.ilues for Saturday Shoppers. 'Telephone your order, and test our efficient C. 0. D. service. '-Jveryihing so U en a EtiicMy cash the reason the prices are so low. Have you visited this store and asked the prices the everyday things you need? Have you taken advantage of the Grand Challenge Sals? Have you proved iho efficient service of our employees? Have you found out how easy it is to have rectified any error that might occur? ll'you have this'great modern store on Suturday. No better time than right in the heart of the Grand Challenge Sale. Extra special values all o.er the stole and everything marked in plain figures. Come early. A. Macdonald Co. A. M. BUNT, Manager EXTRA CLERKS READY ALL DAY SATURDAY TO WAIT THE' CROWDS AT THE GRAND CHALLENGE SALE. ON Other Speeches Brief speeches were also made by Joe Adair, Charles May, Geo. Mc- Leod and Joe Clarke, all urging the High (Support ot" Cross. Clarke, declared tiff allowed part of claim with costs on the small debt scale. j joined the association at the close o The court was over by one o'clock. I the meetings. Percy L. Robinson, of the Canyon j Thcre nothing doing Ranch, who went to New York late- j jn Pincher Creek on the, 24th in the ly, has now gone on to the old coun- j waj, o[ excitement of any kind. The town was deserted, nearly everyone Kiver district Macleod. and put into that of! that Sifton, Warnock and Mitchell j were 'the only men certain of getting I cabinet appointments aad that the se- Tliev recommended that r-he general] r- i >n on__, lection of the rest would be largely i conference be memorialized to enact that the Alberta conference be divid- J. W. Bengough, who has been in the hospital in Calgary undergoing an operation to his face, has now re- having gone to take in the sports at Cowley. Even the discharge of fire- works by the youngsters was of a I limited nature. a matter of public opinion. For that i her rare dramatic ability and power-, pains be 1 ful impersonations. It was with won-' STRANGE ap- Sderful facility that the reader lent urged that no urge the premier ACTION OF CHINESE MERCHANT cci into northern and southern confer-1ieaso" f ni1 jsparexi to urge the premier to ences wnen tue comerence irom cross.' Banners with the voice and remarkable personality The doors of the Tai Ghong Go., south snail contain forty ordained sta tiouert ministers.' The following lay delegates were elected from the Lethbridge district to attend the Alberta Conference in its annual session at Red Deer: j O. D. Austin and S. Galbraith.! M.D., Lethbridge; Robert MADAME LABADIE Gnmuni: T; D; Hunter, Barons i Hunt, Pincher Greek; A. F. Grady, Macleod: reserve delegate, E. R. Marr, Drv Fork P. 0. legend. "Cross tor Attorney-General" were carried in the parade. Already petitions with the same object in view are being circulated, and friends oi Cross expect to or signatures. the ni Seance, et 5.SOO The following ministers and lay- men were elected to represent the dis- trict on the various committees of the coal'erence: Stationing committee: Minister, P. Perry. Class leaders, etc., committee: M and astonishing all with William. the various characters portrayed in j Sherlock building, Glyn street, dealers "The Doll's the story of which in silk and fancy goods, are locked in her telling, lost nothing of its sig-tand Tai Chong or whatever the Orient- The two recitals given byi al-in-charge's name was, has not been Madame Labadie represents a branch-seen for about ten days. There is a of dramatic art new to Vancouver au-j heavy stock of silk goods in the store diences, but the impression made by'and everything inside appears to be the reader was unmistakable, and j just as it was when the store .was PLEASED VANCOUVER (should this clever entertainer But although the store has this way again, she may be sure of j been closed ten days, lights have been an enthusiastic reception in this city. J seen turned on at nights, and a clock Madame Labadie is at the Majestic j on the wall is still running and keep theatre tonight, the Gait HospitalAid ing..good time. To bring the mysterj being the recipients of the profits. to a head the caretaker of the build ing yesterday afternoon put addition at locks on the front and rear door New Westminster. .May Vancouver Province said: .Nearly everyone who heard Madame Labadie in her presentation of "The Servant in the House" on Wednesday evening as weil as many others, were present in Fender hall last evening when that T.'talented actress gave an interpreia- cion of "The Doll's House" by Ibsen, Rev. J, A. Cranston, of the Presby- terian church. Collingwood, has been Edited by Phone 1052 The Ladies' Auxiliary ot St. Cyp- rian's parish was entertained by Mrs. Carver yesterday' afiernooii. Eleven members were present and one new member accepted. Plans for a. Talent Tea were made and the afternon was spent sewing. beaten very light. Fold in quickly two cups of flour that have been sift- ed with a heaping tcaspoonful of bak- 'ing powder, adding more prepared flour if necessary. taste and bake in layers, dissolve five tablespoonfuls of Flavor to suit the For filling, pure The W. M. S. met yesterday I gum arabic in half a cup of cold wa- atter-t ter, add a half cupful of sugar and SOCIAL AND PERSONAL This evening, society will greet Madame Labadie at the Majestic. Labadie's press notices are especially nattering and as a drainat- noon in the lecture room of Wesley church. The resignation of the pre- sident, Mrs. A. L. Foster, was receiv- ed and reluctantly accepted. A splen- did talk on the work among the French in Montreal was given by Mrs. Daniel. The following oilicers will c artist of exceptional ability she is serve for the year: President, Mrs. known throughout the east. Mr. and Mrs. W. turned last evening outing at Banff. J. Armstrong re- from a few days' R. E. Sherlock and Mrs. Sherlock, ;o for a trip to S B. C., are expected Perry; vice-president, Mrs. Galbraith; pianist, Mrs. Daniel. put fire in a porcelain-lined sauce-pan. Boil until.'a'little drop- ped in cold water forms a soft paste when rolled. Pour this gradually up- on the white of an egg whipped to a stift froth, beating all the time. Fla- vor with vanilla and spread on the cake lavers. LOCAL BUDGET who left a week as kant and Nelson, back about June 1st. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morgan gave a large dancing party in the Conser- vatory hall last evening complimentary .'Pincher City is growing rapidly and The Junior W. A. of St. Augustin's t much interest is being displayed by, parish will hold a tea and sale in the the investing public in the increase parish hall tomorrow afternoon at in value of town property there. The o'clock. The Junior W. A. is company of this city, ed of a band of little girls who have taken upon themselves the entire sup- port of a little Indian girl; they make lots in the townsite. to the city teachers. A number other friends were also included the guest list. of I'all her clothing besides sending a bale jof garments to the Indian school each year. Their sale and tea tomorrow will be under the direction of their superintendent, Mrs. Glayzer and the during the last few days, have sold over three thousand dollars worth of The Massey-Harris implement shed is now the scene of busy action. Stock-taking is in full swing under the management of A. E. Stewart, the present manager, who has re- object is to raise sutlicient funds for-signed. His position will be taken by called to St. Andrew's church, Fort j get inside without coming to see him, but so far no one has turned up. Green and white were the and also a sale of of the store in order that no one caniinating colors used in -the work_ the sodety the purchase of material to work on j John McCane, of Calgary, who for- during the year. There will be a home merly held an important position in A torrent of rmsistible bargains at T The price chopper has heen busy with the hatchet trimming the prices. We intend to make Saturday at this sale At Total Eclipse Of Any Previous Effort To give the citizens of Lethbridge Shoe bargains which surpass the wildest dreams of the biggest bargain hunter. COME EARLY. If you cant come early come late. Come anyway. Hundreds and hundreds of dollars worth of Shoes have already been carried away by thrifty painstaking people who know and appreciate a bargain. So get right on the job SATURDAY AND GET YOUR SHARE decorations. The electric lights were softened by immense tulip shades and festoons of green and white crepe pa- per were used effectively throughout the hall. An immense bowl filled with ferns carried out the color scheme on the orchestra platform. Mrs. Morgan donned for the occas- ion a becoming gown of bronze crepe de chene with handsome trimmings of passementerie in lighter tones and chemisette.of fine cream net. A cor- by dropping in for morrow a cuu of tea to- with the Massey-Harris Co., gina. Re- sage bouquet of white carnations and a ?art7 is a farce. she says, "girls come at six years old, and until they are past 60.' The Ottawa Equal Suffrage Associ- ation has addressed a letter to the wives of the members of the provin- cial parliament asking their help in securing the passage of a suffrage bill. They point to the fact that the suf- frage has been granted women in both ferns brightened the gown. At eleven- thirty -the hostess was assisted in serving the delicious refreshments by Mrs. Brandow and the Misses John- ston. Davy, Ximmons and MacDonald. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. McKerricher, }Ir. and Mrs. W. H. Young. Mr. and'Mrs. Hamilton, Misses Bennett, E. Sharman, McCulloch, Gib- son. Addy, Telfer, Boles, MacXabb, McClnre, Buchanan, Bremner, Mac- Kay, Ault. Jepson, Currie. Wallace, Maine. -Fair, Jackson, McGirk, Mc- Lachlan. M. McCIure. Tilney, Archer, hc discriminated against by their Mc.Millen, Wright, Grimm. L. Bawden, Brothers, fathers and husbands. It is McArtbur, A. Bawden, Munro, Murray saitl tnat a11 tnc women addressed, and Prouse: Messrs. Robertson, Mac- with tnc exception of less than a half kenzie, Scott, E. Jackson, It. David. dozen, have replied, promising to use son, McCready, T. Davidson, Bremner, theLr influence. Hunt, Wells, McGuire, Hedley, Tow- riss, MacArthur, Vallance, Barnum, Laurie, Harbeke. MacLean. English, Cuthbert, Anderson, Harper, McCal- lum, Barnsley. Cameron. Long. And- rews. Brandow and May. CARMANGAY WILL I HAVE CELEBRATION There will be the regular tennis carraaiigay, May nas been settled that Celebration Day will be observed on July 1st and at a meeting held at the Grange hotel on the rird. ohicers and committee were elected to deal with the manner in which the day should he commemorated. An ex- cursion train is expected to run from Lethbriclge and preparations will he made to deal with a very large num- ber of visitor's. as usual at the tennis club tomorrow. TWILIGHT CHAT If the assertion of Lady Durand, wife of the former British ambassa- dor, be tniR, the- term debautante is wrongly applied in this country, and "In out remain belles CAUSE OF ECZEMA EXPLAINED Germs Fester in the Skin and Blood Cures Are Impossible After years of debate medical au- thorities are now agreed that Eczema and other skin diseases are not seated in the skin, but are caused by germs in the skin. Myriads of microscopic animals gnaw the flesh just below the New Zealand and Australia and they animals gnaw the flesh just neiow tno 'epidermis. The patient is perfectly ask why the women ot Canada should 'heaitnv; it is the skin that is OF CALGARY Sweeping Out German's Stock diseased. Hence, scientists are now agreed that you must cure through the skin. The medicine must be in liquid form to penetrate properly, as salves and ointments clog the pores without reaching the inner skin. The remedy that will search out and jdestroy disease germs, stop the itch London women arc taking, up fcnc-j and soothe the healthy tissue is that ing as a pastime. One of the experts jmild, clean "compound of oi! of winter- is Miss Toupie Lowther, and another thymol, glycerine, etc.., known n T. i as D. O.'D. Prescription, well-known woman who excels at the1, The vou w.ish with art is Baroness de. Meyer. Lady liquid you will find the 'itch stance Stewart-Richardson, whose relieved. positively assure you CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' Auxiliary oC St. Gyp rian's parish will hold a talent tea. and musicale at the home of Mrs. J. W. Bolton, 523 Crabb street, Monday evening, May SOth. Tea will be serv-J ed between the hours of six and nine-j thirty, and silver collection will be taken. Beginning at eight o'clock the musical programme will be given. A food table will be one of the features ol the affair, also a home-made stall and ice cream may also be pro- cured. A cordinl invitation is exteiKl- jed to public. i .rs. (Rev.) A. A. Lytle and Mrs. J. H. Gray left on Tuestlay last to attend the convention or the W. M. S. at Red Deer this week, Mrs. Lytle is record- ing secretary for the province, while Mrs. Gray goes as delegate from the Westminster auxiliary. classical dances have made a scnsa- tion, is another skillful fencer. It is an exercise which tends to make those 'write ejrt. L. Johnston -Tackaon, Drop- the D. H.. 23 D. .Ionian Laboratories. St., Toronto who practice it extremely graceful in !for a frec trial prove it jt. _ _ I their movements. CUPID'S COURT The wedding in Spokane a few days ago of F. U. of the stnfT of the Alberta Realty Exchange, and Miss Rose Weller of Brighton. Ont.. two young people well known in this: city, will be a surprise to thpjr many friends. Mr. Ljiing has lived in Lethbritlge Tor two. or three years, and Mrs. Laiug has boon the guest of Mrs. A. South- ard for the past month. It was under- stood that the marriage would be celebrated in the fall, but the bride, who was enroute for California, was accompanied by Mr. Laing from hero to Spokane, whore the wedding look Over eighty guests enjoyed the de lightrul musical given by the members nia Mrs- LainS or the Y. G. T. U. in the basement hndg0' where thc-v" of the Presbyterian church last even- ing. After the programme, refresh- ments were served and an hour spent in chatting. Sixty towels were do- nated to the new liomo and in cash was received. city and after a short visit in Ca'llfor- Mrs. Lair.s: will return to Loth- will reside. DAILY RECIPE Marshmellow Cake Rub a cup of butter to a cream with two cupfuls of powdered sngar, add a cup of cool water and six eggs, ;