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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'Yiilny, November .THE LETHBKIDGfi DAILY HERALD Pace 9. Soy 1 want Blue Ribbon Tea" .Mention the name when you tea. Otherwise there IB a chunce that you may nol. get Hlue Ribbon, which is guaranteed superior Lo other tea. If you are not fully satisfied it you merely have to return the packet io your grocer and we him to refund your money at-once. WANT THE DUKE TO OPEN THE FAIR Calgary, Nov. a niocMos yostfirdaj- of Calvary Exhibition directors Tt Vns decided to invite Ihc 3 >uke of to open next I; year's fair. i! FOUR DROWNED IN ST. MAURICE FRENCH HABITANT SHANTY MEN MET CUT THEIR CANOE Three Rivers, Quebec, Xov. -21 tt'oi'd comes from the Up J.M' n. .Maurice of 'ilie ilrowiiing of four nTeii who T.VGTP Thursday. Thesa men, wh 'V 'foiitractors for'the AVayagamau Will Arrive Saturdiay Morning 25c ...15c ..20e 2Qo Canllflowor. eunti 20c aud Rlniharb, per Ib........ Celery Per io. Cucnmbers, each, ISc and Ripe Tomatoes For Ib......... The freedom War ring ton; Hhigland s to he presented to Mr. Robert Pier- pout, who represented the borough u parliament from 1S02 to 1906. land Paper Co.. had gone up the Fla- mnml, 0112 of the tributaries of tho St. Maurii-e, liail'builL their camp and were on their way down ;io LiUutiue meet Uieir wives, "wlib1 wore winter- ing at the camps with them. Tha men left Ilia Flaimuid in a bark canoe. They got out of the small river all right, but had not. gone far flown tiie Maurice when rioartng ice cut EDITED BY Offlct Phone 1224. Rdtldence Phone 774. The KIIII pours lighi on the SPU. The sun, sliiMls lift: d'ci Ihc Thc sun sluops ilowit from his glori- ous hi'Jivpii And holds tho world in his luitul. Hut-suii I pity you .so J-'or yoii'are only a clod You feel no deathless soul of lirij, Von know no loving Cod. ljuor sun i look a day When all your life shall have ilcd I3ui (Jod ami I shall live -and levy, When you an; hlack ;uid dead. T. Sumlerland. tomorrow Miss Pattcson. Mrs. .John I'raig, B24 Eighth St. F. P. afternoon and evening, when Mrs. Church will 'c-cche wiili the hostess. .Mrs. .1. fi. Kohcctson cciunied on afiernoon from a visit in Calgary. -Sir Andrew and Lady Ki'ascr aru vitii Lady Gi'nliaiii, Montreal. Mr. (I. Stacey, of Portage La Prai- who luis been visiting Iiis ilr. George Stacoy, for ;1 short time, eit yesturday'for Portland, Ore. Mrs. Davidson was ntothiT, Mrs. Mct'i IJervI assisted hy locli jnnl Miss N. Y. BANKER PARDONED TODAY President T a Shows His 1 oward High Financier WuBlilugtoii, Nov. was an- tlietrtically reported here todav that of both scxca, arc being held almost w JIoreft New daily at Iloclioii's... JU-rry chatter on llow a 15-year term! ol, Atlanta penitentiary, would be par-i with ;l ilelicions cup tea, by President Taft, ly wiles away the lioiirs. in-.e today. After a conference with President Talt '.Attorney (Jencral Tiie Pastime Club has; issued invi- Wlck-ershain said an announcement tnlions.fui- an at liomc, be held in be expected from the presl- llio K. of I', liall on Monday, case within a few her ith. Toe nic.niliers of thc club, '1Durs- Tbe tanker Is reportci In are Mrs. It. Orcen, Mrs. J. llelllUl- nuy, Mrs? 0. Ynill, .Mrs. sell, Mrs. McCofvie, Mrs. V. Hick i ArTISTC II7II I Mrs J Olenister UlTllEd WILL BE 'Impromptu afternoon tea parties, jnaili: up ol congenial groups of tric-iuls At-.St.- Augustin's church this morn the marriage of Djjininica Oirlnk Io Mr. Miron Uduilrk was sol- mniixrt by the Hev. .1. Mtirrel- Mr. and Mrs. Udndek will reside in the city. IN ROYAL BLOCK !R. BURNS LOSING NO TIME IN GETTING DOWN TO WORK John T. Hums and his staff will bnve their offices in the Boyal Bank Thu marriage of Miss Violet building on 3rd avenue south. The ion, eldest daughter of Colonel was made yesterday after- Lady Beatrice HawKon, and niece of noon, and was the choice of two loca- .ady Lansdownc, to Lord Lcconfield, Itions, -the Hull block or the Royjil PoWdcr from grape Cream of Tar- tart aJMUhituly freo from alum. For sixty years American house- wives have found Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder a guarantee of light, pure and wholesome food. WINNIPEG WHEAT MARKET Winnipeg, Nov. wheat market closed a Traction lower: November Mis leplir.w of Lord Uosebeiy, torjk place block. The latter was chosen December ast Vcek in St. Margaret's, West- Ion account of its being a ground floor -yjav Carswell, who is a guest wilh minster, London, England. Thc bride as it was thought that "hiorc (.jjaj-, new Open 09VJ Close 38 I riGVi 03 ii through tli-air canoe, which drowning (ho four occupants. sauK, The names of the four m-en were Tremli- lay, Poiiltoine antl two Gauthiers. 'i'liey were all from the Suguenay. A beef extract unequalled for flavoring soups, etc. It la jow being demonstrated at the Ins. McK'illop, ivitl be the raison etre of an informal little euchre his evening of which Mrs. W: L. lardie will he (he hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Mncfadden, of Medi- cine Hat, arrived in tlic city this af- lernoon to aUend the Knhelik con- cert nurl are the quests of Miss Mar- garet 11. Frasor, Royal Hank Apart- ments. Possibly the leading society., .event of Hie week is. the appeiirance of Kubeiifc, the world's greatest; violin- ist, at Ihc Miijerstic this evening, aiid no doubt the audience will be a most i wore of white satia, with fun j could be gained _ from that court train draped wilh old Brussels lace, and a location than from an The offices are being other. fitted up lo- ot Brussels applique. The nine bridesmaids, Miss Dorothy Rawson, sister of the bride; Lady S'' "1S anc 'e Blanche Cavendish, Lady Margaret j work going in a yerj. The Scott, Lady Cynthia Hamilton, Lady iup for Diana King, Miss Katherine Hyder, .seinent of the block will be 'fitted mailing purposes, and all bnl- ns sent ou-t from there. November December Jlay Flax- November December isn 37S Winnipeg Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern ___. the lion. Ailcon Brodrick, all cousins] Word has been received from F. T. of the bride, the'Ilon. Anrca that ha would be pleased and -Miss Kdilh Loder, were atlircil'act oii the Bqard of Control in charge in white inousscline do soie with inat-'of the Congress as a representative tier hliic sashes. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Tlic AVomcirs Auxiliary of St.'-'Cy- p'.-ian'K church n.-cl at'1 the home of repreenave of the C. P. R. His assistant; .1. L. Ijj0' 5 Doupe, wou'id be pleased io act in Mr. j iNoaUern v (jrijfin'3 Jtbsence, antl as .Mr. Donne is j "_' known in the city and has a Minneapolis 41% 175 175 7' liS lil V large knowledge of land conditions in the three western provinces, his ser- i Decemher Way July Chicano 05-Ji 1009J 9-15i 100 }4 LEINE AND NEINE WERE ACQUIHED Red Deer, Nov. Letne and Hv Nellie, the two photographers charged with criminal negligence in' causing 'ihe death of Baggageman MacLeod, of Lacombe, through the ex- plosion of flashlight powder in their trunk, wero found not guilty and uc-' quitter! by Judge Stuart in the 'Su- preme court yesterday.- Mrs. T. ri. Davidson, yomi'4 matron, who. received iv afternoon I'or the first time this iitiinin, welcomed many visitors dnr- completed tor the'serving of refresh-j has yet boen montg aL.lhc formal opening pU'lcet- rroni Hon. Dnnyan Marshall wood school this afteruoon. The stlrn jng- thc date of his visit, but it la fully j if of was ordiTHl paid hi the the closing hours of the, .after- dens of .St. CytiriSn's for missions. This 'amount is oiu'-tenlh of the anniiol profits of ihr Auxiliary. The next .mcetijic; will be. hpld on Thiirs- jnoon. While crysanthenuiins and pink car- nations noinbilled in pleasing .con- {irast to enhance ihc diawing-Tgjims anil create ;1 temptation t0 linger. day, December ai. the home of Mrs...Ei-crsnVfld, Seventh Ave., S. CATHOLIC YOUNG MEN ORGANIZE At a meeting of the young men of St. Patrick's mission held 1ast..nIgliL a young Club was formed, which will be known as the Catholic Young Men's Association. The new club is for the social ent-ertaiiimqni of the young men of the congregation, and it is the intention of the man- agement Io provide rooms for club Quarters v.-hsro the young nion may in u social way at any time. Tii-e association made a start with 39 members, who arc making a amvass for funds to furnish their rooms. The rectory on the church property will be used as temporary headquarters for the club until the new church and club rooms aro built. The officers elected 'at ftie incetii'S were :President. D. .1. McCormicV; president, N. Suninn; j Mr. Tyler; ITCH surer, T. Long. expected thtit he will be here carl. i thc week. tion, by" being caught and whirled on a' shaft, 'while endeavoring to place "a belt of elevator back leg on the driving; Casa, Ous Neidis, J. Men. Snlvely, King, IT. McKay and J. A. Adam. Mr. McCallum's Funeral The funeral of -fhe late J. Me- Call inn, who was killed on Wednes- day at His Taylor Alillnis Co. works, place this afternoon from Fetter- ley's umlertaklns parlors. The fun- 'Ieath b-v sllici'Je of tlie sittillS lJllif''' era] ceremonies were aKemfcd Jlr. Hi'iiie- results! Mlzprih lodsc of this city tlie election of Lord Robert Cx-cil by an increased majority over T. T. (iregg, Liberal, thu figures 3 Cecil 55-12, Gregg At the1 yell- TORY SEAT IS TRUE TO ITS COLORS London, Xov. bye-elecEio! for the Mi'ichin division of Hertford- shire, rendered necessary throtis.'i liie of which tha was n member. Besides the Oddfellows a, large num- ber ot" personal friends of the tit1- f c-easo'd paid their respects to his election the vole was-. HiHk-t nalus, which were Interred. in the w'n in Lothbridge public cemetery. The Rev. Ir. Hryden of Andrew's church, conducted the devotional exercises. WAS ACCIDENTAL DEATH The iiKiuest into tho death of A. W. MuGnlliim at the Taylor Milling and Elevator Co. was concluded this afternoon be-fore Coroner .1. D. Higln- botham. No blame was atlnoheri -io tho company, the deatli of the em- ployee bcinir purely accidental. The jury's -verdict is appended. We, your jury, find that th-e de- ceased, John McCallum, clinic to his [loath on thc 22nd day of November' in the basement of tho Taylor elevat- or in the course of bis daily avoca- SIXTY WERE DROWNED Vienna. Xov. Aus- Irian steamer Romania was wi'cckod loday, near Hostag- iiou. It is 73poftcd that sixty persona were drowned. A sir- occo has swept the coas't of the Adriatic for three days and cansnO much damage to ship- is tho third son of th? inte MaiV is of .Salisbury, was ideated in Uu: Wisbech division of Cambridgeshire at the genera! elections by the son of the ICarl of Hosebery, Hon. Neil i Primrose. j in the last dimrler of a century jiMHchin lias only once returned a Lib- eral, in 1'JOS. WINTER SUITS We are making an effort to clear out HOIIK; of our stock of suits tomorrow, at greatly reduced prices.. Soo our window C1 fi for values............................................ I U BUCHAN'S MEN'S 406 FIFTH ST., BRYAN BLK. NEXT TO EUREKA THEATRE. BRITISH CHINESE SQUADRON SMALL London, Nov. Times' Shanghai correspondent says tho ropean press there is criticising strongly th-2 Inadeiiuacy of the BrM- ish-China sqtindron In viuw of the increasing gravity of the situation, bill, tho Times in an editorial foot notp says thai, it does not appear Mint ilii'.re nre smaller craft on Ihc China station Mian at the conclusion of the lo.ver rebellion. It if understood that liroo cruisers are proceeding from waters to strengthen the Jhhm station. JAP DESTROYER FOUNDERED Tukio, Xov. L'l.'-tht! .lapuii- off provlnue In n storm loday and 15 of ilic crew Or Gil perished. Only One Day Left for You to Participate in Our Weekly Bargains Last Night's Herald contains a full description of the bargains given beloiv: Ladies' Winter Costumes Ifesulnr up to and :iS ill. only; will clean lit S7.06 iSiuall Ladies' .Skirt's These are regular value and will be cleared early. Liiilies' Blouses All Litest New York chiffon, messaline and Crepe do Chine. Best English Cniiii's ..'.12 l-2c Some very good designs lor 12 1-2 cents nor Women's Koiiify Slippers, per pair .......75c Thick ulaid; fell; with combination felt and leather sole. I Hichilicn .Lacc'Jicil Spreads Full double bed sixe; very special bargnin. J'illow SlianiK to match, 30 x Glass Towelling .10c Hoys' Thk'k Heefer thick pup cloth, lined with thick red flannel; regular ?ti.7u. Grocery Bargains that Claim Your Careful Consideration Fri-in'h I'uiis, rtK. 3tle and Ilfte C'nn-y fowilcr, l.'te bottle for 10c Mn, for Table Sail, reg. ,'i for 25c. un Wlillu'a I'lclilta, 3uo bottle ..25c I'Vlday and Hallmlay 4 for 25c VEHY SPECIAL iiavc iMCelved u Him consignment of Freah Finan nil best Kelerted fish, well cured anil smoked, whlcli wi' are olferlnn on Friday and Sjlnnlay nt 2 Ibs. fnr ...___.............'...................... ;