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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta May THE LETHPHIDCE DAILY HKKALD WESTERN WOMEN READ THIS Perhapi you arc not ueing Blue Ribbon Tea, or do not ask for any special tea when ordering. .Will you, next time, tell your grocer to send Blue Itibbon. ,We are sure you will like It. But if not, your grocer will refund your money at once. HE FELL IN LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT SCOTCH .BARRISTER 'WHO' ;WILL MAKE WESTEHN CANADA HIS ;FUTURu HOME -There was1 in'the dly yesterday a gentleman from Langlnun, ScoUanU, who .promisBs to become a Cunadinn citizen about ab cuickU aa he can go tin ougu the necessai j CormalitJes The sentlenun was S McKeone sql icitor and toAvn clerk of the town of Tiapgham. lie 'is on a tour through Western Canada and thought when he left home.that he would be glad to. sot'back Up Scpthmd ligain in the 'fall. Now he fa nqt'at all pleased that he has, to return to wind up the business of uif office M McKeone ihlnks> this is the greatest country under the sun.j He is Scotch vitli a sunnv disposiMon juat like the Alberta climate, and be- ing young, with'a good profession, lie ;bslieves that would be the best'possible place for him to live. Tin; going baclc hoine in a couple ol months; but J am not going to stay theie There aic no opjioitunities crMhcre cohuiared with what 1 see on every hand here. 1 like the people of Canada much, too and TABER DISTRICT LOOKING GOOD I'thiuU I in LetfrbTiOKe us Mr McKeonp be iis much at home Langham ill se of the othei Ginada cities, and It is Hliel) that he "ill mike airange "merits ito be admitted bar. so tlmi he can come to Canada1 next spring. MR. BULLOCK OPTIMISTIC AS TO CROP WAY DEVELOPMENT Bullock, of the Superior Coal Co., Superior, is In the city today, and brings uitli him very optlmistiL ports of conditions, in. the Taber dis- tridt. J-.ast year the -Taber district had the lamest.crop, in. its'history. Mr. Bullock thinks that "this 'year, with the present 'weather conditions and prospects, the yield there will be In- creased fifty cent., thriv- ing town of'TaherL will Ue. evon ino-rc >rosiierous than Itrlg nosv, The rain which Alelted the Taber community weak was exactly-what was 'need- ed. Practicnlly all "the seeding had been done; and the early sm'lng grain was making; a good start.' The late seed ing-was, however, in-need-of rain, but since the heaxj precipitation, these crons are to show above the ground; and no .more rain is needed till theMjilddlc df'Jiine. The farmers iibrth' ;of Taber are much pleased at, action of the C. P R in commencing work on the Kipp- Sufneld line, an 1 ,ue hopingr that the line will be constructed as'far west MILADI Offlo, 1224 'EDITED BY ?l 1119 1 TO MY MOTIIMIl Son scentless, leathery (lowers Mni' Were in my ganlnn-hordcr set, Ucsdlu them, clothed in tender si'oc firyw Dm dear fragrant mignonette i plucked a spray ol blossoms blue And.kepi thum with n.-c in my rooi And suddenly i 'came aware Of faink'Ht fragrance Irom HIP bloom I could not think what- 'it miff mean, That swell a fragrance I should pel' Krom sc2ntlesK flowers, until They grew beside tlie mignonette haply, from this life of mine May come a spreading Fragrance yet 1 surely should some grace hav grow beside thcc, iUignonelle M. Hart. Mrs. Percy Leach, 123 Avc., .S., at her post-nuptial re usption. Mrs. John Sharman and the Misses Sllarinan and ;not this season airs. H.. Howard Dohson, Four- eeiith St., is entertaining Hub eirn "g. Mrs. Richardson has moved from cr former residence to 028 Twelfth afc Bnrnei this vear Barnej is ab- out 20 miles north of and IT niiles noith of Superior where Mi. new coal mine is being Ho has'heen endeavoring to etheCPR consti net a spur track jit is expected that- a noodle numhci of the chib members ml! he present ALBERT GRAHAM WAS COMMITTED SENT UP ,FOR TRIAL ON CHARGE OF HORSE STEALING Inspector Howard at the Police Bar rucks today committed Albert Graham (for'trial on the charge of stealing nine head of houses in the vicinity of Gar ariangay last-April. The sessions this morning. taken UD largely wftli the eUdence of Ofott is accin 'ed of recsivinK the stol-an 'animals 'from GrahaniV and Bert Morton, who was cbmmittad yesterday. 0-Tot.t testified rofiiirding certain iransac- tions which ho had had with Graham about jhe time the horses were al- leged to. have been stolen. Four oth- er witnesses save evidence concern- ing Graham's movements in-April last, and at the conclusion of {he case. In- spector Howard decided on a com- mittment. Graham was released on bail of himself in and two sureties of each The case of 0-Tott is being heard Ihls afternoon, wiih about a dozen or witnesses; on hand to give evi- dence. Bullock R veloped. Lorn one of the other Ta-bsr mines south ot the rivet to his mine but the Uiat: the riVffi- .had tn ho. hri.lgorl made the price of the spur almost pro- hibitive Now, hottener, there is a likelihood that a snur tiack will be Constructed fiom the Kippifeiufieitl line to the mine This not be ready for. operation ifor.' several months, but in the meantime the mine IH being and "Ylr Bullock thinks will be taking out JOQ tons daily during the winter months. Mr. and Mrs. .James, 1-'.. IfeCall, 227 Tliirtecnlh avenue west, Cal- gary, announce the engagement of their daughter Margaret Christine, to Mr. Arthur; Fercival 'Ihompson of Medicine the mariiage to late place on Wednesday: June Iflth. Mrs. W, R. Scatlc' and Miss crs will be the hostesses at thu Country Club tea tomorrow after- noon. Mrs. I'atterson left this afternoon lor Edmonton to atiend conference as a delegate from Wcslev Missionarv Auxiliary. I'alnib T'olla Miss Margaret Oibhont Morning 1'i.nei Sticabbog "tliss Ida McAdoo March of the Invarfs (duet) ......Hoist Misses Dorothy Church and Marion Kenney ljrescntalion of prizes to those who practiced most bctv.-ccii Jan. fllh and J'Uh First-prize, Miss hl.i McAdoo, Ml Lours 10 Second Miss Doioth; Cl'urch, 137 liol'ifc, 50 miuiiles MIES Malslc How man, 101) hours Hi minutes Honorable ii.iqiit.ioii, Mlsb Marg.net Gibbons, OJ hours, 5 minutes hc I ail Countess !eftr their jti', London ,incl ices of .St. Mary's: Guild was inqnahflcd success, fllty-thrce dol ars. being realized from the affair. The home-made cooklm; booth in charge of-Mrs. Mrs.. Mit- chell and Mrs. Mockford, while Af.rs presided over the lea-room A guessing contest, which was i charge of Mrs. Williams, resulted ir 1 the being won hj Miss Dad ing and Mi T Holland In the evening an impromptu pro giam was icndered consisting of cil inn rbcrs bj Mrs Unswoith, lackson, Miss Washbrook, INiiss Grant, Miss Whithail, Miss Arnold. Mr. Grant and Mr. .Jackson. The ice-cream booth was efficiently looked after bv Mrs. Washbrook, Mrs Mitchell A jolly hop concluded the plea-ant event, the music (or the dance supplied by Mrs. Jackson and vV Arnold. In response to the pastor's an- nouncement on Sunday morning for a of those interested in the or- gnnizalloii of an adult liiblc class Knox.church, a number of people met ind discussed the matter. It was de- cided to organize a class and a nom- inat'nj committee was appointed This commitlrc will nominate all the officers except the teacher to be selected by the class after it hccii thoroughly organized. Until then Hev. A. G. Cameron will fill I ho office of (unchpr. On .Sunday, .Mine election of officers and adoption of a class constitution wijl take place. It would he most dc- -sirable to have all adult members of congregation who are not other- wise interested n Sunday school work preM'ii! -it this mivling on Sunday ii'.'Xt nf ;i p.m. in the auditorium of ll.t church. Every SpringSuit in Stock Has the Price Cut Low Down II is ii fast rule with us n single suit -shall be carried from ojic sc.ison 1o ihy and with (his ond in ue Jiiivo been olTprijig Mills lor (hi; p.i.M low weeks a I prices thill b.uoly coici (ho Xow however, (hoy boai a still lurihor mluc- tion perhaps, we' have jusl (ho suil voii .110 looking loi, don't flunk bcemiso i( is-a cle.nance sale, HIPJ ,uo old s'lock; pu'ry siiil' bought lor this seasons' dado 'and up io (lie inmMe ui die male -Mis and ing to be leave Bailor Hats 25c Suitable foi or gills, la black and white or i'ed anil Avhl'io straw bands; Reg- n'n 111 QonU for....... CQC Ladies' Sailors 25c ar6 dealing out about 50 only Ladltj' uhlte straiv sailor bats ,they are north double but they }oo, Mill KO a( 25c School Hats Large shady hats, suitable for school vieai, made from Soft stiaw, untiitnmed but a tfr, tents wll make tllem In to veis rtiliali hais C9C Child's Tarns in Blue- or WKite Drill These 'too, will take a big drop. 1 are f6i children of from 4 to 8 years and some are in- flhitc dull, regulai 35c and 50 cents Emb. Sun Bonnels Men's Tennis Shirts Knit Ties at 25c fc 13 a long diop fiom 51 21 to" 90o, but tbat Is the ledge on whlcb those tennis shirts will rest for a short time only on Saturday. won't stay there long, bowoier, for are made from a. white ground with stripes of blue, green anil purple and migbU good bujliie :it 3UC Did get a look In at those ties last Neailj etety one must have, a fresh lot has anhed ajd we are ghing you one more ehnnee at them.''Silk- knit In all colors and well worth 50e, Toe and ,lt one price Some rcall> great snaps in thii lot; a great inany-of tbeni. were 50c anil GOc, Fome of therof neie 8n take loui choice at. CvC Boys' Shirt Waists Got the fooj s something that in comfortable, durable ily washed, thesQ shirt %aurts come In naij polta dotg, olain white with stripes and cheeks and have stiff collar to match The are 11 to 12 12, leiy special and AC A Saturdaj onlj ODC Cool Canvas Boots for Hot Weather Men's Gray Canvas Oxfords Boy's Gray Canvas Oxfords Mado from a very fine groy camas with Idather stiappingi, with loathei sole rj nr- Special Satuidny Girls' Pumps i cool and comfortable shoe for the liot gooil suDstniUial leather soles f "Satmdaj 91.UU Gun metal nith ankle straps and leathei bow, n-very.dressy shoe, also in tan calf. Saturday If 4 onh jl Patent I .D3 j Saturila; Dainty Cotton Voile at Tliosfi new patterns 111 Voile, so much sought after foi gummei dresses, null holders, mil nil be leduced foi Satniday Eveiy shade and color is repieiented ana nith them we "ire putting in ,l full range of fjnci bordeied foulard Vers special rot nm Sotnnlaj, reg 40c and 50e jard O4C. Cotton Corduroy will be 39c Tlili the smartest and most fashionable ma terlal for aummei wear it in black, biowi, maino .ind blue and is fine qmluv At oin ipgular price oC 4oc and (iOc such but Saturdaj sec it down to Some Staple Bargains 35c 40c lor pine !in. roo. ol hem inuil.ii col- Ion, liomslilchod, leg :j5f 25o. BJoatlic'd rcan'lm- )J5c 101 Itln BIucher3, a good stiund (Unable boo1 In .1 smait stjle 8 to IDJi It 4 CA I'.9U Knkle pumps, with instep strap and corded slllc foi smart gain at Remnants of Ribbon and Dainty Em- broidery on The Bargain Counter been b jin the :R1990NS AND EMBROIDERY STOCK and shoit length has been turnctl out foi the bargain coim- lei Many lengths may be nicked up of 1 J J to 6 ymdsJ RIBBONS of width, and color, dainLj einbioldcries and inseition Cnll and nakc selection; early, before the best pieces arc picked out. Strong Suit Cases Ten-Piece Toilet Sets at Look In the silo i.imlow for these and jou mil scarcely belleyn what you sec. are juade fiom a ycr> tiglith woven mal- ting Tilth leather lock, well 'meil Jlade in 2 sizes, the.22 in, size will be1 (J "je S1.50; 24 in. size will be 9 I 9 These sets are in arlhtic shades of green pea- cock, blue or pink and they are Tull 1.0-niecc sets, good hurfl WIMC well and perfect In detail, some of llic bottlj rolled edgea You can only get these OT ft MB 9 I '99 Saturday Window Nets at 20c Wall Burlap at 20c Just four rolls only and good patterns too, 10 in wide in White, Arab 01 Lciu Children's Wash Dresses Wash dresses Kiilore will ho on the rhrgnln count- er on Friday morning; Prints, Xephyrs, Oinghnms in every ppssfhlc paltorn, shnde and coloi slERH from 1 io it yenrs, thnt formorly yold at 51 2ii, will all drop down to... 95C Sixes 5 to M yoara thut wero previously Holling at will lnkc their Green shad flmi painted 36 in. wide '20c. 72 In. wide, 40c. RED DYED with sized buck; an exceptionally fine nea foi Printed Scrim 18c A scrim, prf.itcd on hotli sides, colors permanent, in. wide, very special for Saturday 18c chance at Week-End Grocery Prices per lit Sail. Four Iwcs lor Cookiny Bnllci, per lb OnuiftcS Pol a I oo, 3 lb.s IOc. 2'w. 20r. HUDSON'S BAY CO. n ri ;