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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TIICwho, 1012 M3TJTBRIDGE HERALD Page 9 M. GUITIN LEAVES MADAME ROSTAND AND WITH :THREATS OF 'ANNI- HILATION MILADI .EDITED BY "INO" PHONES; Office, 1224 11U nc not litiAlo pi1" to ilieain Simpsons illmss !nu to post tu drift pom liic MML is tluj Vu liuve hard work to do and liudb to lift Shun not the it Uod's gift. Oil, Rive rac "ot ln know "'dden I'nt.UIT J would not luok-beyond at'weal or w Kill grant instead a heart''that tol (lie present IN well content I shall he happy so. HviiiK in the past where sttaitows Pans MU "8 Wn to the knife liTj hull juiicl jlllli it a lull 01 the most famous, fuinll) poets in trimc Jhe whole ol the most ule- hiated (limit ol ictois In otlei is i fictnu fight of tit Inlands aijalnsl the Criiltus Cdtnund Rostand tht Poet plat- wtight ind acidepneiaii, ind lus "ion Mint in fill, loutlilirt poel whom the called 1 'Aiglon" hue iindet- to inlllhllatc soclilK lllHlec- Mr. .ind Mrs. lUiworth, o! Oxford, imm uid men plusicalk I ucicii ire Bue Ib with their bon anLtnvtheidra'maiio artist and man- Haworlh, .Fourteenth St. not ui the thcalre Hcliussincc ind lor the summer months. -Saclla'Oilitrv, also a drama- I 11 hunk Ood foi tilib onlv need of caution Is how I meet the duties of today Hostesses tomorrow Sirs. T. Snipes, 313- Fourteenth St., for :her post-nuptial reception IK utisi and uilhoi, as well is in flus I A Cunningham he uniteui sculptoi Ihe CUISL ot this bridge hosti ss on unsmnh quarrel Ifc too much atten compliment-in to Mr and Mrs Kel lion on Ihe pact of Saclia _lo son who Imp retcnth atrued from Mii e Rostand hcisc'f a of met it in 1 ilio wife of the a ithor of "Cnanteclcer England. At a meeting of the .members.. Voting CiUitn has the rcputition 01 the Hardieville Mission church, being ier> dinahou UL his the heirU vote ol thanks-was accorded i-olll and heijin irtnuring the Uis I Hopkins, who generously pre- ivgmsitp 01 Mme Robland Mil seiitcil a lot to the church. 1ual -xdnuration of the otliti s talents iipened the duiuaiiilaiicesliip into a lomanrc altlioUi'h Ouitij t i -.8 Plie damage done by the fire; "which swept nirt ot Wunulights busmtss Hcctlon on Sunday, is est inuited at ViODO, baif of Mluch is bj insurance. EDMONTON'S ASSESSOR DEAD Edmonton Mn r McMIHen, assessor ot this city, since dropped (tend at the City Hall this morning, as he was on his way to his office. couple of months. Mrs. McMillen is very ill, and It Is feared that the blow ill hnie a serious effeci. on her condition.> Mr. and Mrs. lie- Milieu came here Bran- don. 'where he luul been asses 1'olice for twcntv-live vears, and now slilioned it I cthbtldge 11 is in the on Ins wij tol ng I ind >on three months leave of au- s nie who accompanies her hi'-s'Mnd, is i Monlrcaler. the ddebt diugh LI of Majot C V FiltDrson ,1 I' Mi }nd Mis I Ice lohnston s dangh'ei and inf-int son fiom scailet fctci ind Hie will be laib ed this, week Air uid Mr1, T 1 ow have rt turned lo Renfrew after spending, a icw bis in Oftiwa the quests 'il Sir Wilfrid and Lady Mrs J I lungston -lad Mrs lamib Ininejston tomorrow for onnQjStown Ohio white be picsent it the golden wedding of Ihe fonuei s puents Mr and Mis ,1-laves. Mrs. C. Livingston will usil hei pucnls lor two or three weeks while Mib I-vnes I Kingston will lie ihsent fiom ohe ciU lot sold their home on Argyle Ave. and hiiVf to vacate it on Saturday luu liltn looms at Mrs 1 M Van lUiurlein's for- the present. Ihe I adie1-' societv of st Patrick's church ht-ld- another ot their delightful euchres in the K. of P. hall last evening. Twenty tables of play- ers enjoyed the Mis iimc, Jlie prixes bc- 1 i ink Mrs Cline. Mr. To Mrs A. and Mr." Wttlsh. H. A. Cunningham and Alls MacDonald. tlie corcmitteo in charge, a great deal of the bucccsb of the evening is due. lln deletes to tin H t J L Institute, which convenes in the Y M. C'.' A. tomorrow and Thursday Will he billeted as follows "Uiss Miv Kldd Bl 1 W Quijle, I ouruentli St S Mrs. H. M.-Kent, Medicine Ha) C Met Ion igh in tdt iwllfth SI S Mrs. Louise C. JlcKinncy, Clares- holm Mrs. Grace lloyd, Mrs. W. H-. Conihcar, 1311 Sixth 'iie S Mrs. W- IL Paw-son, Coaldalc Mrs. A. 15. .Humphries, Emigration Hall. Mrs. Jones, T. S. Mackenzie, 012 Twelfth St., S. Mrs. 6. II. Coffee, took al) Sixth St S Miss K. Ashton, Whjlia; Miss M. A. Carson, W. Ruth- erford. 331 Fourteenth St., S. H [lie weather was so lovely .that there was a wonderful turnout on the memr.era' lawn at the Woodbine, Tor- onto, on Thursday. Early in the af- ternoon word was ,sent ,to the coni- ttce of the 1) I t. that that llo) would he piebent it the taccs. and H.K-H.'presented his cup to Mr IJIMI hpn his hot so came in Her llighncbb woic i silk own ol line bl ick uid white stupe with lldik uipuri on the skat mil bodice mil a hid c of the (lit in whlti 'iiaincl and ijold, a. black liat with liliek mil wliiti ft ihers ind mauxe. sit in doi! with nlicl embtoulen H'.R.I-I. the I'rincess I'aU'lcia wore lick ind while ttilh i long cloik ind black hat with white Miss w is in li'ick and white ind Mrs I ong i blue ca- tin gown, vnile'il with blue and wdilte chiffon, a hat vvreatlicd with, mole feathers, and the most'exquisite pat- tut Icithei shows steel buckles Col. Lowther, Capt. Long and dipt, idler cie 'i! tUt ndime St smted i gili ippi.ii I iwn pre et list LMH CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Bltx-lc Clarke's Clearing Sale Of Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Offers wonderful opportunities for substantial savings in the very latest wear things most wanted now Suits, Coats, Kimonas, Silk and Stuff-Goods Dresses, as well as our complete stock of Mil- linery all marked at savings representing one- quarter to one-third the regular selling prices Suits at Coats Dresses Hats at That's the story now, and so on throughout the entire stock If you arc not prepared to buy just now, a small depoait secures your choice till you are ready to take it away We Make Alterations Free And Guarantee The Fit WILL BE PRESENT AT TOMORROW NIGHT'S DRY FARMING CONGRESS BANQUET i u r GEO. HARCOURT Deputy-Minister' of Agriculture sor for. twenty years Ml D Simpson is s ill conllned to the with -in uker on his e 1 he ulcer is i t en stubborn out and Mr Simpson his been ill three weeks with it Mrs Simpson was to h-uf gone cist lot the sum mei on Sitiird-u, but owing to Mr ing on tin oceibton 01 tie fib I tival, which was held in honor of the Iwentv-fifth anniversary of the church.. The Jovciv trees, which sur- round the lawn, formed a protection from .the, wind and, in spite of the laet thu flic ur wis i ithei chilh for an out ol dooi dent number gathered to enjoy the affair. Fines and bunting were effective, in decoration, while the spacious veran- dah was piettih lighted with Chin esc lanterns. the Hand wearing their neat new uniforms, rendered delight- ful miibic lluo'ighout the cienmg D2leclablc dainties were served by Mrs; II. Bentlcv, Mrs. K. A. Shar- man. Mrs. Salmon, Mrs. R. Niniiiions ind the IHnlihin Clearing Sale on Trimmed Hats, Up Un trimmed Shapes, and Up Lethbridge j Millinery Co. A.Scott, Mngr. J14-4thAve.S Phone 457 Mr then Hcv. A: U. Knox cliurch, on bcliall in St s clnirrli t iint.ron nxpro'ispd hib jifcisure at heini, jirtsLlit iml tlic heartiest fiom thci co igrc of to the o of St i The f j-idl the nilionnl .mtliem In the HON. DUNCAN MARSHALL Minister of Agriculture DANIEL MORGAN Of Spokane, ExpoGitlon Commissioner CHAS S HOTCHKISS fuy GQiiimisstoner of Alberta of Inilt Dr H b Gilbuiilli I I siiicnt 01 tlie ML A mil 0 I on} Jicarc, K D C L Niminons, D. Ninimons, Addy, DC Vcber. Ifickev, Dawson, and Haras- sin, while the young men of the con- issibtcil in senm0 tollee At the conclusion of lunch, Rev. 10. MurrcI-Wright delivered a short introductory address of welcome. 1 I' CoiHlKMie 1) C L lollowed with i uminibcent on the history of the church during In pist twenli fnc tens He spoke Clubs and Societies Ihe 1 uliis soeiets of SI -Joseph's church will meet tomorrow nfternooii at the old presbytery The Guild ot St. Mary's church will hold i pantn sile and social in Liilti II.U1 Tliursdav afternoon and evening. Ihe tel and St. Andrew funiots will hold a b ibkctbill pne- ticp, on West minster grounds..on Wed- FARMERS LOSE VAST SUMS BY FREIGHT RATES Calbari lung in the nature of a surprise was sprung when L. Strong. lireBident of the Albarta Pacific Blovatm- Co., d-aclared that the Jumers of. Alberta ele bill dicapiied by the freight rates. They were losing hundreds of thousands of dollars every year owing to tha high rates, he asserted. lit dn it 730 pm ml tin, Seniors on Ihuisdai Hit mrlb an uigcd to tnin out in ione TO TOUR SOUTH DAKOTA Huron. S. D., Mny Rob- ertM. LaFolletle will inalte a num- ber of speeches In South Dakota this beginning on Wednesday-afte-i noon, making his first address at AHllbinlt ind closing his tour at Hnr- I on the .night before the vi'lniHries: EXPECT A BITTER FIGHT St: Paul, :Minn.; May Wil- son and Clark forces in- Ramsey of the little hand of not more than twcntv-live, who built i portion of the church the central s it now blamis, ineiuiiing tin chancel, on the. The Kxhihition Handicraft club will I county nre lined lip for a bitter1 con- meit with Mis 1 H Renter ton or tebt at Ilio Democratic caucuses to be illernoon A cordial invitation held this afternoon and evening. Both tended lo each and every lady interested in fancy work of any de- partment At. n inertiiiR of the vestry oi St. s elmuli list elcning tin tin sides, nre claiming victory 'for the county convention, to he hold on Wed- nesday NO HOPE FOR WIFE CARVER Washington, D.C. May Su- premo Court of the United States to- declined to grant a new t-rial to Chc'tOT S .Ionian, the aclor who was ri Icin lioundm of wlnl wis linn I'dirs foi fittinj; up a Sundij bchooi in Immlct of 1800 people. SI, lln bisui nt of the church wcle op tin's chiireh was al that time tlie'cm d 'ml "om wcie itu'plcd hiliil omisl InillduK in IcUibiidRt is I In eslu dulilcil to secure plans well as the first brick one. [or i Sulul sdiio! blllldini- to he who hid been (hust-ned mil nmried nedid u Ihe n n ot the cliuteli in in that rdifite Ind some of vhern stead ol in the tnsi ncnt for which Icon ilso buiied fiom it I hi "simc tender-, will hi eillid at onie hell, which announced joyous events liad tolled for some of Hie old sol dieis, wlo hill fourht in the in the Ml iiiililounm this of the church. There are under the allspices 'of the Wo- tlios -Mil ilwus tenure the en s hi, dun in inleiests of i, toraorrolv al old church and cherish it more for its I V.WvC.A: for In tins! I'sjciilions linn the lni tin 01 HthbiidRi I 'present liuililing, we could erec-t on the new both men and women, ire ujrdinlK j _______________ "ite. The work had grown from the j invited little.hand ol 3B until now St. Aug-j Addn SERUM OF VALUE TO STOCK RAISERS DISCOVERY WHICH .WILL REN- DER STOCK IMMUNE FROM. FOOTS. MOUTH DISEASE mrlm Mu 38 dis-courj of the hrM import-inn lo t'le Lantilun jwl cattle tnilust v is> ttoorttd In Prof Wilhelm dean of Jlc IHRIClin. Inill'ufo of the ntrsiH of Ilostock J'rof Grugel ounus tint he ins not onl} lounil the haccillus Mlnch cinsed foot tnd month disiase lint li is il o found i scrim for tittle Tgimst the imladi 1 hi serum is prcicnthc and cm In idministLred onh to hell lln annn ilfa I vnth a niinihi r of citth it is slid iroved IIIKISI ilificdh stn-ctssful Prof tin onlv leiture requli inj; fnithrl nnislijtatlon is (he di. termination ot lln, sircngth of the1 .serum and the lenglh of lime illilliUn 17UIOH iimains 1I( is ton tinning hi1" fhct't lines II is tint 1'iof Oiugcl j would have been ntilc to nnnoimcu his j ilis-eoipn s il months igo lint foi lilt biiicutuatH opposition he en i countered oil the part of the Prussian ibpiilnicnl of I'ncultme I MIL sunni is ml milahli NEW BRUNSWICK, HOUSE DISSOLVED v Tiedeilcton Mtv New HriinswIcU le islatttie w ib Llqcticns will be held on lunc '0 This ib the first lime th present goveininent has ficed the peo pie Hon f D flazen defeat ed Ilio Ulieinl administration in IMS FOR A loionlo LARGER TORONTO r Cliin ul tod n passed i lesolntion favoring the aline itlon of tho town of North loionto Tho cituens of the htter will now vote on the dueslion The Experienced Cook coinirled or hnlnt mindcied hn (.iniril pill pose hut it will soon in wife neai Hoaton I lei dissect d nlit una le I'lol il em bod> wa stulfullnlo i trunk pioinrcd so cluaph is ID tm'ile cl limes] he wai denied i t Ilic lite oi M tints pnr il liiil because one of the jliroi who sat in the case was found to have been :insane1 twenty-lour bourn An impcrlint nerting will he held BUILDERS' EXCHANGE 1 I MEETS TOMORROW A special meeting oi the Lelhbrldgc Builders' I for tonic il which fill JSxchanye has been called o'clock, '.embers nre urgently re- l sin yt. C d-l prjan's chi Mary's. clu i! 1' 1 nine (m t'i I'miittm I vlionrd BAD FIRE AT OWEN SQUND .Pirn did damage when It wiped oul (he Carney Timber Com- pany plant a I Owen Sound. animal irealed. TABLES TURNED ON VANCOUVER EDITOR May edltoi of Says, "I use Alberta's Best Baking Powder be- I cause I know from actual test that it never fails You, too, will find it mvaludb 1 e. Golhard, ccklj papci his hem hojdinr, up the police to ndi-nic' Alberta's Best is Baking foi illovwn, diBoidoili honsib lo ton Jdtr wholi dependable l I Ht lUht H( WH, lire in i notorious AUsondu stiect sort, being charged with beiiiR a frc- j (luonler. He allowed freedom. on bail of 5100. I wH dependable t'cdj quality and right iri priced Ask rc your grocer for it. ;