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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Novwiil>cr!), 1912 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Miss L. Stella Lumbard Teacher of Voice Culture and Song Singing STUDIO-ROOM 16, Hull Block Telephone 1536 YOUR DAUGHTER MAY ACQUIRE A SAFE AND LIBERAL EDUCATION AT A atudy of environment Is nn necessary on your part as tho nature of tho training to bo acquiroil. Soloct and practised faculty. Situation and cllmuto ideal. Superior heallii record. Varied courscst Fees moderate. College ro-opcns after Xmas vacation on .Tanuary Cth. Robert I. Warner ,M. A., D. D. St. Tliomas, Ont. C!11Y AND DISTRICT Maclood Mayoralty Tlio Jiacleod Spootirtor says R. CI. Macdonuoll may oppose Ttiou, Stod-nuin Cor mayor of Macleod. ' Stoamship Arrivals Tii.9 Canadian Pacific U.M.S. lOm-presa of Hrltain docked at Quoboo at S.liO p.m. on tiie 7Ui. Saloon passon-gei'B nvrlve In Winnipeg about midnight on Sunday; second-class about inldnlglit Sunday; third-class on Monday morning, and In IjetUbridgo on Tuesday ami Wednesday mornings. Organize ABSOclrfilon The blaclismitiis and \vood\vorUnr3 along tho Ca!gary41acleod nnd Klpp-AlderHydo branches of the C. V. li. liavo formed an association. Mr. A. N. 1 Mclntyro of Carmangay wau appoint- \ ed secretary of tho Klpp-Aldersyde branch. At a meeting in Vulcan on Saturday last a now tariff of prices was ll.xed whloli will hn printed mid displayed In all the shoiis on this lino of railway.  > MADE' IN CANADA' PORE THAT'S SURE IVl AG I C EDITED BV "INO" r'HONEa: OfriM, im :: nmw, nn a: Th� Morria Once again thia theatre was crowded to its door when tho Allen players gave "The GreatDivide." Perhaps of all the bills already played this week, last night's excelled thorn all, for from the rise of the curtain. NEW COAL MINE TO .START SHIPPING Edmonton District Coal Being Rapidly Developed-Sir James Grant Heads Company Edmonton, Alta., Nov. 8.-Security until Coal Mines Company, of Edmonton, tho end of the lastact, there was not, of which Sir James Grant, K.C.M.G., a dull moment and from tho cxpres-i,. r>.i� ...m �slons attorward'3 heard, everyone,*"^ Ottawa, Is president, will begin thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Ishlpi)lng within .SO days, starting with KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL for ' BOYS AND GIRLS CRANBROOK, B. C. Principal, Mrs. Cherrlngton Fully Qualified Staf,' Termg for boarders and day scholars on application to Prln-clpa^. � � The Royal Hungarian String Quartette again dispersed- some line music. You," will bo sure crowded house. to again see To you, my cheerful friend 1-To you; who aecra to be'an exnulsite architect, forever building up the caslle of happiness out of all the losses and CTOsses and wrecks and ruins that Fate may throw about you! To you, who can always sec the silver lining to every cloud, who can polnnrd your sorrows and sliaro your Joys, sind .lAUgh and slug, and bs content, and still keep un the fight till life's rugged journey ends, -Joseph D. Houston.  -   Miss Marlon DeVcbor, who has been visiting in Calgary for the past ten days, arrived home this attcT-noon.    Mr, Emerson, of the LMerchants Bank staff, who,was III rcc-�ntly with typhoid faver, is recuperating at Banff, before resuming hlg duties at the bank.    Miss Curtin, of Kaymond, is spending the day with friends in the city. progra'tnme, provided entertainment for all, and a. dainty luncheon served at midnight, was another enjoyable feature. Tho guests declared at tho "good-bye" hour that they had n-evor spent a more, enjoyable evening.- Grassy hake Gazette.    Announcement ig made nt Fort Hope of th-e engagctaent of Miss Prances WInnllred, daughter of Mr, -iuItSt.,H.Y. tecmlnS Miles Bulldlnu Montreal, CUn. 4 A lecture was recently delivered Viy a member of the road board be-foTo the Royal Institution of Liondou on "Tho Uoad, Past, Present and Future." The lecturer said the problem was to find the best mode by which a road should bo constructed so that Us surface,'would not,'b^.broken by traffic, so that the transit might be easier for'both passengers and goods, a road 'which would n�lthcr form pud die holes nor create duet. One thing was universally recognized, that the road of the future should bo a truly bound road in which, whatever kind of .stone;.wtta used, the stone would bo held together so that It would form a crust. The lecturer suggested that what h�� called a carpet or aa elastic skin, should be adojitad as the covering. The carpet, he thought should be made of bftumlnous material, according to the nature of the tralTlc. it should go on in lir-iukl form, solldi-fyiiig (luickly, but always remaining resilient and compressible, nnd so Integrating with tli-o crust of the road that there could be no shifting of the surface below no matter to what sort of weather it was subjectod or how heavy the tralllc was ovc-r the road. Tho advantage of such a carpet would bo to permanently protect the crust, and just as a carpsl on the Iloor softens the step so would this carpet for the roads silence tho nolso and Induce the shock of rolling ve-j hides. It was admitted that the oris-! iual cost of a road bo laid would be \ more than that of a niiHl-bound road, but spreading tho cost ovei-^a series of years it would jirobably not be so great, since tho crust of the road Itself would not havo to be renewed. aro three seams, one of which has been worked. This range.s from 15 to 20 feet in thickness. 'I'he three seams outcrojis on a terrace^ from which the coal can be screened and loaded by gravity. Analysis by private tests and others made at the prov inci'al govei-nnient labor.itory show that the product is of nrst-class (lual-ity, suitable for dome.stic and steam purposes. Tho coal is of tho soml-bitumlnous variety, high in fixed carbon and volatile matter; It is of sound structure and does not "weather" quickly. The pitch Is aiibh .that no hoists will be re--quired, and the mine is free from water, thus obviating the necessity of a pumping plant. IT. E. Ciill. m! E. who recently made a thorough examination of the property estima'tes there is 32,000,000 tons of coal In tho three soams. "Taking Into coTisidoratlon thff ac-' cesslbility to mining and shipping and the excellent quality of the product, this mine with proper development should become valuable property In a short time and have an Important influence on tadustrlal activities In Edmonton. Sir James Grant, who Is a geologist of note, went over the property carefully before becoming jirosident of th.i compauy, in which Mayor George Si The bachelors will hold their annual dance on Friday, Xo\*ember 2!). Tho bachelor's dance Is always most enjoyable, and eagerly anticipated. Invitations will b-a sent out during the coming week.  mm Mrs. Catharine Armstrong, "The Ranch," Nanton, Alta., announces the engagement cf- her youngest daughter, Aunic, tT Mr. Arthur Penniston Jones, of Calgary. The iriarrlage will take place (]ui-8tly on Wednesday, November 20.    The Medicine Hat I.,awn Tennis Club has e.xtended invitations to the Lethbridgo Lawn Tennis Club for a series of dances to be held on November M, l>acember 10, and January 1. Any metnber uf the local club desiring further Information will kindly communicate with Dr. Mason.  �  The dance, giycn in the Conserva-tcry of Music J3s(,^evcning, at which Mr. Harper entertained all those who contribut-ed by thelf -efforts, both at rehearsals and presentations, to the success :of- the, ''B,UJee Taylor"-performances, was Uioroughly enjoyed by the entire caste." The'hail .\vas >eh fete with crimson and white bunting,- while the sta.i;'� was banked with palms and draped with golden streame-rs. The light fantastic was tripped to splendid music, furnished by Miss Wright, pianist, and ' was enjoyed by some eighty guvssts. A delicious menu was served at half-liiuo, after which dancing was enjoyed until a late hour.  * � Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Porter entcr-talne-d ivaarly one hundred friends in honor of Mrs. 0. W. Allen, of Leth-brldge, who was their guest, at an at-home In Perry's hall on Tuesday evening. The uflalr was entirely In- Mauy were the vlgitors who called yesterday afternoon between four and six to welcome Mrs. \VllIiam Bailey, at her cosy homo on Sixth avenue, when she was receiving for the first time since coming to LethbrWge iToro Hamilton, Ont. The drawing room where the ho�t-ess Teceivc-d her guests wa� liberally adorned with palms, terns and deep plDk carnations, Mrs. Bailey was beautifully gowned In green allk, with bandiaga of Oriental trimminK and touches of lace. Mrs. W. a. Hamilton, who assisted In receiving, wore a steel-grey broadcloth costume and black picture hat. The dining tabls was pretty Indeed with its sll-ver appointments and shower* of white and golden mums, and was presl-ded over by Mrs. J. E. Wodeli, who had donned a becoming model of black net veiling pale blue silk elaborated with wide bandings of passementerie, and -black-plumed chapenu. The .deft assistants "were Miss Preston, Miss Hazel Pelth, and the two {laughters of the i\6me, Miss Lilian and Miss 'Violet Bailey, all of whom were simply, but prettily, frocked in white lingerie. Little Anna Wodeli and Florrie Bailey, In white lingerie dresses, were dainty door attendaats    TUCKER-DOBBIE A qvlet wedding was celebrated at tho Presbyberlah Manse, Plncher Creek, on Friday, November 1, when Jean, daughter of Mayor Dobbie, was united In marriage to Mr. E. Gordon Tucker. Rev. W, \V. Altcheson tied the nuptial knot.    KEENE-McCRIE (Calgary Herald) The -marriage of a prominent doc tor oft -Nanton to a well known Calgary yoi\ng lady was solemnized at First Baptist church yesterday afternoon, when Dr. William Henry Keene and Miss Edlfh McCrio were-united -in Rev. J. C. Sycamore Miss Edith May Rutherford was the bridesmaid, and Amoa W. McCrie brother ol the bride, was best man The bride - wore a blue twivelUng dress and chic 'white hat. Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left for Nanton, travelling by automobile. Armstrong and Georgu Harcourt, dep- j formal, and tho snW-it of the evonin uty minuter of agriculture for Al bertn, ure direcior.s. iSIr James Is fully satisfied that the mine will bo-come a valu.-ible producer in a short time. Win C. Dumi, one of tho locators of the property, is vice presldunt of the company. Tho wife who can bako good broad or pie hivs a groat satisfaction in llfo, She has tho key to the household stomach, and, as man la best reached through bis stoniacli site has also the key to happiuoss. But tho flour must bo good. ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR HAS STOOD THE TEST. TRY A SACK TODAY. Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. was to have a Aood time. Dancing and cards, with timely changes of LADIES! please, for we hive iMi| good newt to impart Ladies'Fan Coito Our selling of these pop-^ ular coats this season has been a most surprising success. It has been impossible- to keep a full line of sizes long. | ..There is a reason, of| course, the manufacturer^ | supply us with an extensive^- variety of distinctive and ^ exclusive styles so different; 4' from the commonplace. Then, for stylish coats, our prices are the lowest consistent with the high grade mater* ials and workmanship. I Another shipment of new styles to select. from in Misses' 14, 16 to 18 years, and small ladies, has just arrived. , These smart garments are in all popular tweeds, and chinchilla cloths, in grey, browns, greens and fancy mixtures, with the popular 3 in 1 collar', which'give^.you a fine combination' coat for fine weather, stormy weather and zero'weather,"     Before making, your final.. decision, call and see our selection, it is well worth your cai:^f ul Consideration. There" is" style-to every one one of these garments, they are diffiBrent, they become any figure. The Hudson's Bay Coy. 1 'I Carlton's 'TlielHritJettler^atc^^^ The applause was very enttiuaUgtic.j Highest numbec during monfh'..," 77 and Air. Hayes save as encor� nviB' DaiJy,.a'veragc iluting^^onth. hers "A Live Town's Humtrist/' bViI^umliec o( boajHurM^^ BENNETT-RICH J.ast evening a very pretty hut quiet wedding was solemnized at tho home of Mr: and' Mrs. A. O. Ulch, Magrath, when their dauglitcr, Inez, was united ill marriage to Mr. Clyde llennett, a prominent young man ot this town. Relatives and intimate acfiuaintances ot the contracting parties wcie present, and a most pleasant evening was spent. Uishop Hat-ker performed the ceremony, immediately after which the guests repaired James Whltcoinb Riley, and "Between Two Ijoves," by Daly.. Otber numbers on the programme iw^re two Scotch songa by Miaa Otbion,. and two soloB by Mta. Parry, wbb played her own accompanimenta on tb� auto-harp. SanlwicheB, pumpMii'pie and coffee were served by tbe ladtea. and altogether the aflalr iwa� .very buc-cessful. The Woman's' Foreign Misiion Society of Knox church raet.jresterday afternoon with a large attendance. The feature of the' afternoon was the interesting address given by Miss Kinney, a returned missionary from Formosa. Miss Kinney is an instructor in a girls' scliool at Formosa, and the re- tot ioir' 72 340 1308 S7� -A: M M Mll.LS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH Afternoon Teas Transpancncy of lace, Thia boau-. tiful evening gown is one of tho ,l3t-i est seen at the Parisian entertain-\ monts tills year, io beautifully made with the assistances of Valcnclennea lace of ihe very finest make up. The laco Is used iii ttae bodice as well as the skirt. ' Tea, colTtH'. and cocoti, made rli^lii and served with real vicli cream. Just the ri Holly True," from Dickens, and WUl Heporl of Gait Hospital for October, 19 V2  Number of patients in hospital Octohcr 1st ....iT.;.- u....... Adtnittaiice, duriniiii.,4Hoiith ,........ Transients admittod during tUe month ......'.......-^ 71 100 Nuniher disoliargcd during ' 'the month......................... Deaths during month ,............... NuDiber of patients iu hospital Octoher illst ............... ......... Tran.sipnls diHchargcd during, the month ..........,................ ,...... 191 91 7 70 20 IMOBRIOE LKAVU FOR HOMi . OtUwa, Nov. 9.--^mler Mc-Bride, of British Columbia, who, With hie Attorney-Oen�ral, Mr. Bowser, has been in Ottawa for a couple of days, left last nighi tor Montreal. He will proceed to New York, and return to British Columbia, via Califor. nln. Mr. Bowser leaves on Saturday afternoon (or New Brunswick, and will bo back in Ottawa on Wednesday naxt to wind up bis necotiatiens In respect to various British Columt>la matters with the Federal ministers. Premier McBrlde called upon Sir Wilfrid Lauvler thlg morning in hts office In the Parltament Buildinis. TaUe Silver Grace, beauty ahd quality' .are all cbmbined in aiivpr artioles marked This brand, known as SilinrTlatt$lMtWMr�" is made in the heaviast {{fade ot plate. There m-o many <|eBigns frea� wl)ic|i to choose ajr ;