Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
v EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone. 1224 Residence 620 The Kxecutive Committee 01 oman's 'CiVic Club will meet Mrs. .1. F Simpson, Mii As St. toir.orro'w afternoon. 11. V. Ci-ihhons, has been a tu-nt at the (Jail lio.spiUi! for the 1'asl week., lias sulliek-ntly improved to hi at his otlic-e today. t he i heir daughter, Florence LOleanor, to with I Air. Kojjert-Ollerenshaw, M.D., F.ll. C.S., which will take place on Sat- urday, -June 17, in Manchester ca- thedral, Manchester, England, and im-juill we followed a reception at Mr. Masse'f a'. Misses Stewart, i.reiit the -.a-ek-en guests uf Mr. am son. his nieces, Hie of Medicine Hat, in the city, tin- Mrs. K. Tim nessv to Mi. i-" Wyndbaiii IK-uuck-rk take- place al UK- summer house uf Sir Thomas and Lady Sluuighnessy yi St. Andrew's, N.U., on Saturday, A jolly wi-ek-end event given Doui Kogers, was a picnic sup- at the' river bottoms near the Cc.imtry Club. The party was chaper- oned by Mr. and McLel- land Miss Rogers left tiii-s after- noon for Winnipeg to visit Miss Pen- r.ingtcn. who was; her guest here last summer. Miss Edith will organize a matrons' physical culture class in the T.M.C.A Friday afternoon at four o'clock. It, is her ii-tention to give a course of eight lessons during the month of -J.une. The classes will be held twice weekly, either in the of 'afternoon. 1, of the Lad- the J.ethbrjdgc i live. No ies of the Maccabees issuer! invitations .for their first social -affair will be in the form of a, card and dancing party to be Jield in the Knights of Pythias ball tomorrow evening instead of this evening as stated in the morning pa- per. The most recent advices from Mr. Malcoln; MeKcnzie and party wcse Him they were just leaving Algiers for Italy, after a most enjoyable stay in Egypt, and. other Mediterranean countries. The party were in good health, Mrs. and her sis- having been especially benefttted by the Advertiser. Among ll'.osc summoned to '.attend the CourXhcj.d..by the King and Queen 1 he-Midland Hotel. Mr. Ollerenshaw and his bride will be at honve, after .July 25, at Ifougliton Villa, 27 Pa la- tire road, Manchester. her owr thirty and each singer pos- sesses a pleasing voice. The pupils of Mr. 11. C. C. Salmon gave a most entertaining recital be- fore about two hundred of their friends in St. Augustin's Hall on Saturday evening, they were assisted by Mr. S Sadowski, who is a pupil of Mr. Layton, and Miss L'Mitli Jones. The junior pupils all won much praise for the able way in which they rendered their selections. Miss Edith Jones' sweet voice was heard to ad- vantage in her vocal numbers, "The First "In a "The Silent Water and the Song of Spring.'' Mr. Sadowski's violin num- Ijrr by Raff, was very beautiful and met with so flattering applause thai he responded with an- oUm number. Special mention must be ir.irle of little Miss Aileen -Jones, wild is aheady a talented musician The marriage of Mr. Norman jjccthoven's Allegro ski, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Gzowski, j (Son.Ua 4n No. 2) and for an Clovdly, and grandson of j BeelhovCIV's Minuet, The other pupils who took part in the. late Sir Casimir Gzowski, C. to her late Majesty Queen Vic- toria, to Miss Marguerite Taylor, will take place quietly programme were Master Irwin Ha-iseh. WilHatr. deary, Miss Gladys Lamhert, Betha Ijoulton. Marjorie in London, at St. George's, Hanover j Alexander, Dor- Mr. Square, on Thursday, June i. and Mrs. Norman Gxowski will go to Norway for a visit, afterward sailing for Canada, and will be in Toronto for part of the summer. Wesley Ladies' Aiii Society are de-lighted with results of their membership campaign. Saturday ev- ening the members 'net with Mrs. A. Southard, and forty new nrembers were reported. The campaign will not close until this evening and to- day everyone of the former members are working hard to secure new names. On account of thc inclement weather last week all the new mem- bers couldn't he reached, but every of the congregation will be l-earl'ilv welcomed on Wednesday af-j ternoon when the m-w members will a class of -30 boys, the Westminster be the complimented guests at a recfjtion and tea that is being also nrd'upon elaborate lines by special day's committee. workers. oihy Stacey. Sadie Niven, Carrie Mildred Niminons, Agnes Liv- ingstone, Lenore Fisher. Miss Evelyn Austin left this after- noon for the Pakan Mission, about sixty miles north-east of Edmonton, where, she will join the "hospital sta.fi which is under the direction of Dr. Lawford The Pakan Mission is un- der the fiirect'ioii of the Missionary Societv of the Methodist church and PERFECTION Is rich in food value and easy to digest. It is just Cocoa, pure Cocoa, ground from the choicest Cocoa beans. Nurses and Doctors recommend its use in sickness or in health. 171 Do You BY-LAWS GIVEN THIRD READING A ROYAL MARRIAGE RUMORED PRINCE EDWARD OF WALES settlement. MACLEOD DISTRICT (Claresholm Review. Mr. R. E. Aloffatt as census com-! Special -Meeting of City Council-School Board Bye-Election At a special meeting of the city council this afternoon all the money j bylaws authorizing the city to bor- i row which were voted on some time ago, were given their final i reading, and the city is now in o po- j sition to issue debentures for ihis amount. Tenders have already been called for in connection with a great i deal of the work for which this mon- i cy was voted, and will be considered iat the next regular meeting of i council on Tuesday. To bring all I the enterprises for which estimates j hau1 been made by the council to a successful conclusion means a hard i year's work for the Mayor and aldcr- men, and with such new departures '.in the city's development as street. paving, and a street railway system on their hands, it is needless to say that they, will proceed very warily j with some-of the work. j (Special to the A bylaw, was also introduced ar-j Calgary, May gets ranging for a bye-election to fill the j the 1912 meeting of the Alberta Meth vacancy the-school board for the I conference. This was decided unexpired term of. the late Geo. M. this morning when Rev. E. Hugh- Johnston. Nominations will be lie-Id of .Edmonton, moved that the in the City 11-all on Tuesday, June i next conference meet in McUougall ftth, and the election a week later i Churrh ut the capital. The resolution on June 13th, during the hours from was seconded by Rev. J. M. Harrison 9 a.m. lo-7 p.m. Polling places for j Of Macleod. The place of holding the i the election were fixed at the City i next meeting would not have ordin- PRINCESS VICTORIA LOUISE OF GERMANY Rumor has it in London that a .marriage has been arranged between Princess Louise, eldest daughter of Emperor William and Prince of W.alet. EDMONTON CEK-." NEXT CONFERENCE is in the centre of a large Austrian Jnissioner for the riding of 1'ici11 and tnc Lethbridgc Police arilv come up till near the close of PERUVIANS AND CHILEANS i Fighting in Chili -Expel Citizens of Peru from Capital Santiago, Chili, May 23: In conse- quence of a serious conflict between. Peruvians and Chileans at Iqueque, Chili, yesterday, resolutions were pass- ed at a large public meeting held here today demanding forcible expulsion of has appointed the following enumer- Miss Austin's departure will be ators for the work which will be done regretted by a large circle of friends, jin June. These enumerators are arm- Station. Some discussion came up as whether a- Library Bylaw could Per AH irt.-iuvia.iio from the Chilean capital. I the conference, but the Edmonton pas Tfle consul of Peru has placed the con- o i tor asked and received permission to here in charge of the American ie i move his resolution today on the! consul. and bv none more than by the mem- ed with authority to ask you a lot of; prepared-and voted on at thc same Around that he was leaving tonight, bers of Westminster Sunday school, very personal questions, and the time, but as the city solicitor has The advocates of other cities were she taught with marked success ies particularly will be confronted j not (jrafted a bylaw for this pur- j theiefore taken by surprise and the This evening a meeting will be held in Xorth Lethbridge under the aus- pices of the Woman's Civic Club of the Board of Trade in' Kennedy's hall for the purpose of acquainting women of that portion of the with The work that the club is deavoring to do in Lcthbrid-c the city Workers, for the past year and a half convenor of the littee. At the close of the session yester- day afternoon she was presented by the school with a beautiful solitaire pearl ring. Miss A. Butler, superm-' tenclent of the missionary department' the school, short icidress, spoke of Miss Austin's in- with the dilemma of either telling their age correctly or of telling a He. us hope they; will choose i'ie' better part. It is only once in ten years, arid the strain shouldn't be too great. These inquisitive enumerators are going to find out all sorts of things next month and then the figures will be sent to the Census bureau at Ot- tawa, and the people will shortly learn how numerous they are, how much they own, hbw many dig with the left. pose it was found to be impracticable mot'on passed unanimously, .and was laid over till a later date. terc-st IT. the school, league and oth- jand how many with the right foot er departments of the church and of .etc., and this information will be hand- 'ed out in periodical bulletins as it is TRAINMEN GOING TO GREAT PALIS .the 'cbmniitteeAappointed by' the iRUN DOWN BY TRAIN TRYING TO SAVE DOG i Fargo, N. D., May toss Belle j Volkes, aged '21 years, was run down Moot-head station by a Northern .Pacific train this afternoon. She was i trying to save a pet dog when the train hit her. Her arm and leg were broken and I her faithful and result-producing s members. A splendid pro- wor'c. She also referred to Miss Aus- gramme has been arranged. Mr. Kim- bull and Mr.s. .Johnson will be the soloists and addresses will be given by Mrs. Renter, Mrs. R. -I. Gordon, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Merriot, II. Elton and iVT.r. Martt. The women (if North Lethbridge are earnestly re- qucbffd to attend this meeting which has been arranged for their benefit, am! their husbands will be made wel- come also. Thc vice-president of the club, Mrs. A. Silver, will preside. The' Knox church choir third an- nual concert will be repeated in the auditorium of the church this evening. The, choir, which is .acknowledged to at Palace, recently, were. hc-st; in thc city, has been re- hearsing for months 'for .this event, which' was greatly -appreciated and enjoyed by about one hundred Leth- bridge music lovers, who braved the Lord and 1-ady Strathcona, Sir liarbr'and f.ady Miss Ethel Mackenzie, Parker, Lady and Mi.ss.Hanbury. Vvilliams, Mr. and Mrs. Scult.. Griffin.. Mrs. Randall Davidson, tin's decision'as a great triumph for the school. John Leach, a member of Miss Austin's class, m-ade the presenta- tion. Knox Church Ladies' Aid Society will n-.eet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. i The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cy- prinn's church will meet with Mrs. Boulton Thursday afternoon. The Baptist -Mission Circle will meet in the school room of the church Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Westminster "Church W. M. S. will not meet Thursday afternoon, at the morning service next Sun- the Society will receive the re- compiled. Brotherhood with J. L. of Railway Trainmen, Prince as chairman, are and skull fractured. -She is in -.hospital the and the -doctors say she "cannot live I until, morning. WINNIPEG MEN START ON TOE Winnipeg, May Business Men's special pulled out of the C. P. R. depot for a ten days' trip through Western Canada at 9.30 this morn- ing. The train is composed of eight sleepers and a diner and baggage car represents- million -of capital and every- Hue of coinmerce and industry. isiiecessl'ul in securing a special train. The first compilation, will be the dfcizens Qf Lethbridge will have population, so that the government will be a'ble to provide for more le1 presentation in parliament for the west. It is expected that the census not show as large a population in these southern towns as there would and jg ah; opportunity to attend- the Fourth of Juiy celebration at. Great Falls. The c'pinmittee hare been working on the matter for ..some time and the matter adverse weather Monday evening, a j ports of the delegates who attended Orr Lewis, Mrs. Donald Mac- ago. The soloists will be the Calgary Convention. Thc service Owing to the crop ber of what might be termed trans- ients have gone, including bunches of young men. The south would have shown up better next fall. However, we are here because we're here, so railway authorities. The 5 taking the Great Northern and be found in a normal year. _ a large nnm- expected that a round trip rate in the neighborhood of will be se-i cured. If the proposition goes through j the train will leave Lethbridge early in the morning of July 3rd and return July 5th. About 500 are expected to take the trip as-Great Falls is plann- on a monster celebration with a out hovf many of us there are. Sub- division P. 0. Enumerator dress double header ball game as a feature. 1 Edwin Leavitt ..........Gleawood 2 William Gardner........ .Macleodj 3 Thos. J. Elliott___Pincher Station j 4 W. C. Robinson............Cowley j 5 Lawrence Ryan.............Frank j 6 C. D. Hardwiek .......Claresholm 7 E. C. L. McComb ........Granuni ji Charles Moore ...........Monarch 10 Mark Low............Carmangay Hon. Monica Grcniell and Miss'IMollic Grenfell. Hon. Robert and Mrs. Watson have issued invitations for the marriage of Miss Bat! Mr. Francis, Misses A-. which will be of a missionary na-'.ll Oden Nelson and C. Simm, Miss Lois Mackenzie, Miss Gladys Ivos, and Mr. G. E. Fleming. Mr. Irving will give a read- ing. The members of the choir mmi- AND WINDOWS' ture, will be brightened with mission hvrnns. DOUBLE SERVICE TO EDMONTON WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN BUILDERS' FROM THE WIRE SCREEN ON THE FRONT DOOR TO THE OUTSIDE KNOS ON THE KITCHEN DOOR YOUR HOUSE OR BUILDING, IF PROPERLY HARD- WARED." WILL BE MUCH MORE HANDSOME THAN Ik, YOU GIVE NO CARE TO THE KIND OF TRIMMINGS" YOU USE WHEN IT'S ANYTHING IN HARDWARE. WE HAVE IT Winnipeg, May Canadian Northern announces today that a. re- vised passenger train service on the main lino and branches will go into effect" on .June providing better limited facilities and daylight trains in sections at present covered dnly by night A principal feature will be" the establishment of a second express train between Edmonton and Winrii- 12 H. B. Tilden..........Claresholm 13 D. A. McKinnon '.I'. .Meadow Creek 15 F. J. Johnson ...........Parkland 16 .7as. Brand................Staveley Berlin. May is a gala day in Berlin, marking the presence of Earl Grey, who is to unveil the statue of 14 H. Sawley Quee'u victoria Park this afternoon. The down-town streets are gay with flags and bunting- The unveiling tak- 17 W. F. White j es place at three p.m. ei. peg, through -S-a-sfcatoon. the Cana- dian Xorthern being'the first to es-fleod. tablish such a double service. Prince Albert is also .to get a double train service. The several' new trains will require a lot of new equipment. The new is a book of fifty pag- es wh le ten jyars ago it consisted of ;Wm. McCalkim IS) Archie Mclntyre 20: J. S. Elves Gus Limoges F. J. Gough 24 Edward Winger 25 W. R. Thome 2i; Stanley Ferguson Alex. Morrison 28 W. G. Beach H. X. Shephard 30 W. A. Heron 31-Hugh McKay 32 G. H. Mahon Samuel W. Berry LOCAL BUDGET Among the visitors to thc city to-I :........Brant ........Brant ..____Cayley ..High River Okotoks ___Aldersyde ...'.-Aldersyde .Claresholm .....Colemani- jj Henderson, eye specialist at Jewelry Store, leaves on .High'Riverj EXCELLENCY SHENG-HSUAN-HUAI Who is said to be the man'of the hour in these dark Chinese days. 'day is W. M. McGrcgory, of wood, Ontario- Rylett left this afternoon fcr Calgary. .......Macleodj- ____., .Nanton .......Okotoks .Pincher Creek Peigan Reserve. E. H. Brock "Blood Reserve, R. N. Wilson, Mac- BLAIRMORE GOSSIP tflairmore. May, are very gind to see (lie removal from the ccr- ner of Dearborn and Sixth avenue the unsightly building that so Jong sheet printed on orie siue. "graeec" tiiai corner. H has been re- The mileage then was but 150 miles, immediately while at present over miles are and remodelled, beina; opeiatcd west of Port Ar- thur. Wednesday on a professional trip to j-'Carmangay. Mr. Henderson will be 'away from his place of business for j jj 'three days. j G. P. Ilenning, the Brunswick- j P.iliiard expert, will play at i S 'the Arcade all this week. He has aj point game on with the local '.crack, Connie Nowak, lasting live j days. They will play an hour every i 'afternoon and an hour every evening, j jj Mr. Henning is ready to play n corners anv amount. new IMPERIAL DEFENCE COMMITTEE London, May imperial de- tence committee of the unperiai con- ference, with which is associated the naval and military officials and ex- perts, will continue its deliberations today and tomorrow. On Thursday the imperial conference assembles, the imperial re- government submitting 10 the conference the dec- "if you live out of town, write us." laration of London affecting naval behind It will be oc- cupied by Green and Dawson, plumb- of .njl taking ip his T-esideace in the CaMda beld here ARRANGE FOR THE j CALGARY CONVENTION! Ottawa, May meeting of thei eastern part of town. day to consider the derails of the Cal- convention. The meeting was! convention. Tne meeting was' T. Hargreaves has accepted a by President n with the Nest Harflv'aie t, tion Co. here. A. Wicart, r nadian Collier visitor in town this week. Many im- provements are in view, and soon to De installed in the mines of this dis- trict. Many more men' will be em- ployed here, and there will be a much larger output of coal from this district when resume work. of Toronto. Gus Franq of Montreal and M. Draper of Ottawa. The conven- [t.ion will open between Sept. 11 26 on a day to be set. Rpv Hugh Dobsoii, Methodist at Grenfell. Sask., was badly; burned while tryma; sonre new slides on H magic lantern which leaked and j cauHit fire, It Keeps Out the Dust The, housekeepers' troubles are over. No dirt, sootf smoke, rain or snow can go through win- dows where All Metal Weather Strip has been installed. This weather strip is less expensive but far better than double windows. Can be used on all kinds of buildings and win- dowe of all sizes It Saves 20 to 40 per cent of the Fuel Bill and lasts as long as the building stands. Is an invisible, all-metal equipment. Let us demon- strate to your satisfaction MARTIN BROS. Leave orders or phone for further information to the Hick-Sehl Hardware Co.