Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
November DAILY HERALD Page 7. WATCH THIS PAGE TOMORROW: NIGHT FOR THE A. MAGDONALD CO'S SPEC- IAL ANNOUNCEMENT WHICH WAS CROWDED OUT OF TO-NIGHT'S 0N ACCOUNT OF TROUBLE WITH THE TYPE- -SETTING MACHINES. TO-MORROW NIGHT THE WHOLE STORY WILL BE TOLD. READ IT. EDfTCD "UNO" fiOCIAL ANO PERSONAL Tuxntnm UrBaorrov wUl Ve: D. A. 620 Ernest Ml. H J. B. itttter, 621 Courts -St. Crabb St.. ..t lari. D. not re- -until after -the New Year, ftirs. F...C. Clarke will receive for. tie Eiethibridge tomorrow her in the Victoria Man- of -fcer ilrter, MTB. J. Home. iriiH -be the hostess at card otfarteay .party- evening to her. house guest c Regina, i. J> Htnsch', retutned last Wglit from Bawfeeila, North Daiota, -ske.-.lfcac; "'been, .visiting, for -the W. Ju Buchanan, accompanied Hr, Btrchanan to Edmonton this 'af- tirnoon. She will spend a .-week in capital returning, home. ..sMwii. was -the.hostess at a fortgat last evening of ten oovfts. "Pink and -white "Mums" need tor the ta- fcle'it adornment.. (Tie Ladies' Aid Society met Mrs- White, 63 Streeti Fifteen members were .t aad after, a discourse the mem- to hold a Ruminate sale Jar Uie future. Anyone having to donate -will kind- notify" Mii 'Prosser, >whose phone number is 142S. .tifteen' little to" tta-Jast-evening in .honor 1 v tenth. birthday, A fras- spent playing -all the no dear' to childrem, then the attle -firtka were ushered to tie diui- .a ;hoge .birthday caie ten caadlfts the honor table. V. number ot visitors af- it being the first time she formally wceived in Lftthbridge. flte IkMtofla her guests wear- irtf a gowa of old rose cloth (with trimirtngg of rose and white, ap- Crimson and white carna- sent forth, their spicey fragrance the drawing xoom and also, nsed in the adornment of attractive tea table which "was over by -Mrs. W. D. Scott, nrho -had donned a lovely gown of wue 'Tunva de sole, and large iurt. Mlsi Hodgins, .-wearing a crwtm Toile frock with iblue-satin ac- 'and large -b-lafck beaver hat, im ttie tea room. THE EDITOR'S EYES ever sit in a jmbftc place remere their hats and feel aehamod of beiar one ,obscuring their view and is a source more annoyance than the moich talJted of haf 1 detest false, hair, but if.it seems necessary to wear it why on earth can't it' be used in. moderation, and if worn at all for goodness sake keep it smooth, not ratted into puffs and tortured in to rolls that looks .what they are, Knots of untidy flax, whether it is partially covered with a net or not, for if one thinks that the net will cover the defects and unsightliness of the mass they are mistaken. During the past few weeks I have heard so many com'mehts made by men In various Lieth'bridge audierices regarding 'the colffuires within that I'think think is about time for us to wake up. If -the girl who wears-quanti- ties of hair-does so to enhance her. for the benefit of the'Sterner sex, let me tell you. she is wasting her time'for besides receiving ridi- .cnie she unknowingly lowers- .the standard of all. women. .No wonder most-men.'do not believe -in .the priv. iieges of -the ballot for worn en, .when they contemplate the time she spends each day in-arranging her the comJb usually touchs about once lortnighitly. And another reason -why you should discard extra and hair girls is that false hair is decidedly out of vogue in the BOARD OF TRADE TRIES AGAIN FOR THE BRIDGE OUTSIDERS TO Cornwall Believeis That the Former Kunior Is Correct Edmonton, Nov. this afternoon in regard to the Alberta and Great Waterways Railway, Jas. K. Corn'wall, member for Peace River who has just reached the city from! his constituency -expressed opinion! mat the rbad would be built by an j outside company, probably 'under gov- i ernment" supervision. As Mr. Corn-! wall has been-keenly interested in! seeing the. road built to this and he is -in pretty close touch with j affairs of "the provincial government his statement strengthens -very con- siderably the story to the effect that Jt-'oley, Welch and Stewart are to.be the .builders.of. the road. night in the cells. The girls, told the data as to POLICE GET that the two-men into th-ecmmtry. One .them to the room and there, tried to-! Bassano, theother indecently assault them. Charges of !eriy lived Here, tor the last, v'car committing indecent assaults. in Medicine i the' (therefore laid against the. men they had preliminary, hearings in police'-court this Police Gillespie prosecuted, but- Tt mea :were without legal assistance. iyJtl The girls "in their evidence told of1, (meeting the'men-and going with.'; jahem to the rooms, where the men i 'endeavored to'assault them. The'men (jrirlS .told different stories.. Tkey.. met the girls in the and were invited up to the'girls' room .in. one of the blocks on- Third- avenue.: They were ordered out oi ever, by- the and made Young- Figure in Up for Trial CHANGE OF THE NAME OF BELLY TO ASSIST THE TECHENICAL EDUCAION MEETING AT NIGHT Two young ;men, .Willis Hair-rich, aged'19, a barber, and Harry--Leigh- --them for, trial the magistrate, ton, aaed; 20. painter, were1-last night j'that the- every. r arrested--by. Const. of --the city much ..to ;men, police force in a bed room in the Joe but-.he .had no-..other recourse1'thati "to than-to say-'that'the ni an who wrote Fong rcom'icg house. First avenue, men- up to :thVnext-court-oi t.hft hT.mrK n-har- hr> i i .1 UlUliaitUU.- meet, the .m.-tfce.-cvenms j ty by 'they. _; did... In committing .handed-cyer-to -them for trial the mazistrate.' said ,-a Til., A letter was received at the Board of Trade council' this after- noon from the secretary of the Royal Commission: on Technical Education, which holds a meeting here..Nov. 22. The letter asked for the board's co- operation m securing the information tne'commission seeks to obtain. The president thought- it would.he a good idea''to place the woollen mill the letter knows very little what he- wifa- two 'girls not more than is- talking about. So "far as t-he toad- sixteen rye.ars of. age. Thev were tak- men. are both' Americans'; C.and _ bed and- equipment .of -the A R I. en to 'the police station and spent the Chiet Gillespie 'in y cross-examining I. road between Lethbridge and Coutts is concerned, -it'-is'in very ter condition than nine-tenths of the branch" c'o'uiitry, if the gentleman, in: question has- done any travelling of any on branch lines, he should know this.- A copy or'this'-" reply'.was ordered sent. :to .the-'gentleman who first case had written to the board. Traffic-Bridge It was decided to again take up with the provincial government the matter. oE a traffic bridge across the; Belly rivet north-, of the city. After a. brief discussion a motion was passed before the" commissioners, and endea- j instructing that -the urgent'need of a: vor to: secure from then as, to wheth- bridge .north of; the city at or near a er the'woollen industry can. taking into consideration the cost of mater- and of wages, be operat- ed at a profit in this part of -the" West. president.- H. and I-Iorne, were appointed a committee to co-operate with gathering evidence other -bodies n required by the commission, and, to. place it before. that body when it meets here. A telegram was received and filed from the Board of Trade of Port Ar- thur, -thanking the local board- for its invitation to the Port Arthur xbody to visit Lcthbridge on its cpntemplat ed excursion west, but regretting that point one mile east of where -the- con- tinuation oi Thirteenth st-reet.- (West- zninster the river, be placed before'ft. A.., Buchanan, ,M.P. and Hon. A. X Maclean. Also- that "the act-ion" of the board .be com- municated with-tlic'-city council'and it be asked to take stcps: toward the same end. Tfcly.Ers Name A. .letter .was. also-ordered sent ,to the- department at Ot- tawa enquiring whether the. permis- sion oE the Alberta government io the changing of the name of the Belly- river to Alberta river had: ever beea received. A verbal -promise .was re- Daily Recipes Ureamed the cold 'boiled potatoes into cubes. Make. a saut-e by melting- 2 tablespoons butter In 'a saucepan, stir into it one tablespoon flour and then one-half cup of xriilk, stirring gradually to make a smooth, paste. Pour the diced pdta- into tnis and set on-the stove, stir until the sauce thickens and the potatoes are heated through. Add salt d pepper to taste. This quantity of milk will make sauce-for four, good- sized uotatoes. THE ALLEN PLAYERS IN 'THE THREE OF US" irtmi you. looked around at flto ftnge piHO'irai of false h-air so frany of ttem wearing? Large Aats vdirn "fa" public places to a sottroe of annoyance to every- -within until the gentler -were absolutely forbidden to wear freatigaar opera house, concerts: etc., tout now the mass kg hair, disgusts-the ones lit behind the wearer, as well as Majestic Theatre -was well fill- ed -last-night :.when the-Allen Pdayers presented "The Three of a com- edy drama, of a very high order. Miss Verna Felton essayed a vastly differ- ent-role to those of the two previous playing the part of Khy McChestney, one of the three or- pnans -who are left alone in the Tvorld with, a mining claim, of which great things are expected. The part is a very difficult one, but Miss Felton gave an excellent portrayal. The loud applause of the audience testified to the merits of the bill, and the abilities o.f the different members of the cast. Special mention should be made -of the scenery used by the Alien Players, and the stage settings. They have used new scenery for ev- ery production up to the present, and are assured of more surprises in the future. Never has a company play- ed Lethbridge with such an abundance of Tonight a screaming farce comedy will be presented, entitled "Miss and'toraorow night Alexandra immortal drama "Camille." upon the trains leaving Calgary 18.30k. and Lethbrrtlge at 4.10k.. would be held on Wednesday evening next in St. Augustiri's in accord ance with the motion passed at the L the excursion had' been postponed for' ceived from, the provincial government, the present.- to the political crisis oE r, T i i j -n 'e j.i "last winter and the board "was in' General Superm endent Price, of tie doubt as to whcthcr C.P.R. wrote informing the board dcpartment had cver-raised Notice to that a I'hrouffh coach between i gary and Lethbridge had been placed Next Full Meeting now travel McNico1- save notice that tween the two points -without having to change at Macleod. He felt surg that the move would be appreciated by the people of Lethbridge. The let- ter was received and a reply ordered sent to Mr. Price.-acknowledging and thanking him for his action. A. R. I. Lines Arc Good P. L. Naismith, general manager, of the A. R T. Co., wrote acknowl- edging receipt of the board's letter ot 27th ult., and enclosing copy of an unsigned letter received by t-he hoard. It appeared to him, he said, that the board in taking notice of the letter more than any other ordinary business concern -would do. He had no comment to ofSar other Those present at the meeting were: President C. G. K. Nourse, Vice Pre- sident E. U. Rylands, A. B Stafford, T. S McKeazie, H. Macbeth, F. Sick, J. Home. A. Tillcv, A. H. McKeown C. F. P. Convbeare, K.C., and Secre- tary J. W. McXicoL Thdrik Count The Sayings On Offerings for Friday and Children's Attractive f n CUT HIS FACE GUY WIRE ,Lamft beck on suddenly and is ftjrtromelF painlul. it is caused by flt9ttiaatlta of the muscles. Quick applying Cham- Sold by. a This play is being produced by spec- ial request rof a large number of cit- izens, and should fill the .iMajestic Theatre to the doors. ANXIETY FOR STEAMERS ON LAKE WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Nov. good deal of anxiety is being shown in some quaf- j ters over the non-arrival at Selkirk of tooats long overdue there. The early freeze tip on Lake Winnipeg has probably held up the steamers but news of the safe arrival' of the steamer Wolverine rt-ouicj be wel- comed. er Gi umore 2nd Ave. A North Bring Action for Damages Against the City Ernest S. Scvert.son, who recency came here from Minneapolis to en- gage in the real estate business with 0 T Lat-hrop, had a nasty accident on -Tuesday night As- he was leaving the Aicxar.dra' to go to the Majestic Theatre he ran is to a wire that acts jas n guy to support the electric light pole at the corner The wire cut 'his i face in to the cheek bone, making a very painful and ugly.-looking wound Since his accident he has heard oi three others who have suffered simi- iarly from ih'jsc wires. Mr. says he has serious intentions of entering suit against the city for damages. PRESIDENT TAFT HAS GONE TO PANAMA Smart Coats for girls for iri- -greatvTkriety., Morhers should arrange to'see this'exceptional collection-_ of girls' coats before' We mention briefly several of the'best aim --J navy Cheviot Coats at- ?4.50. arid- .Jersey coats in.brown, greerf: and navy, braid-.trimmings, .Blanket'.Cloth.'Coats Handso-me Fur Stoles and Muffs Marked Low Variety and value so hand in hand Labrador Mink Stoles from to Isabella Fox Muff or Stole, from ?25 to beautiful Marmot. Muffs at Stoles to match, to Fur-Lined Coats 75; Baltic Seal Jackets, Small for the children in.-many styles and prices. Distinctive Style and Good Value in Rosedale Coats We are proud of every Rosedale garment in the store and justly the acknowledged leaders in the garment snappy "durable more could you ask? SUITS AT COATS AT We Most'" -ieatly; trimmed. Lyvith; 'braid yoke-- of '-Persian" colors" 'ate .grar .poagee; rose, and .sizes'; 36 .last at Here is another- snap like" the- one vv'ei offered.' several weeks' .Beautiful Ja.p Taffeta in white or nice- ly trimmed, nearly, rnnde. values up. .-to -clearing price, for- a ITew- days, jf% only COB ssiiJJiyi'' P. C. Corsets on Wrarvn for Little Tots Mothers will find this store always at the top in everything that their children require. Just now -our showing o.! Winter Wearable is at its best. Bearskin Coats from and up. Hundreds of Bonnets to choose from. Warm Mit- tens; Knitted hosiery of every .description. i A Cqrset. .Departmoat a Nice ours.' necessarily tas its best selling lin- S while -we a stock' to fit iiearly g every figure and purse, 3 the Chantecier and Di- l rsctoire No. 42 models with their low anel.iHie- I dium busts and Iocs: I skirts are f our special tJharjestor., S.C., Nov. Taft sailed -today for the- Isthmus of Manama to investigate conditions inj connection with the.-work on the big canal there. STORE ROBBED AT S1FTON Winnipeg, Nov. report from i Sifton; Tvlrai., today-said ihat "ourgiars i'Jiad looted the store of Hall Wood, jmaKlng away with in cash and 1 notes. Cure aulckly stops coutchs, cures colds, heals Che and iunis 25 cents. Trunks, Bags Suit Cases The at rival of a car of travelling goods, makes the leather goods section complete. are showing good ser- viceable Suit Cases as IOUD as and from this price up gradu- ally is reach- ed. Trunks are also well selected- Steawiei- twinks some trunks lower in with a wardrobe sec- tional trunk at -509 Pieces of'Watson's High Grasle "Underwear at One4hird OH A buying chance, for the saved -on every Make the bos of this offer. Buy Children's- Combi nations, Vests. Drawers. Tights, Sleep many "Un derwear of every kind from cotton U- si at a third less. 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