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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October THE' LKTIIBIMDOE DAILY HERALD BUSINESS MEN Wishing u be present. A. i'itteen-cent tea will be held at the home of Mrs. Bergman, corner Fifth avenue and Nineteenth street North, on Friday afternoon and even- ing, under the auspices oi the Ladies' Aid. Society of Westminster Church, at which all will be welcome. A social evening will Ire held in the Paris noora of St. Cyprian's Church this evening, under the auspices of the A. Y. P. A., io which all the young people are cordially invited. All members are asked to be present at or as as possible, in order that, the b'u'smess to be discuss- ed may not. interfere with the even- ing's programme. As this is the first meeting of tlie .season, it is hoped that a large number will be present. Gordon1. Wright', Dominion Pres- ident of the "W.C.T.U., wiil address a rtfeeting of the women of the city on Saturday afternoon in ICnox school- room at four o'clock. .Mrs. Wright will deliver an address on in Wesley Church, at the eleven o'clock service; at the Y. M. C. A. a-t four o'- clock in the afternoon, and at a mass meeting to he held in Knox Church, at the close of the evening service. 25 Years' Experience White Swan Yeast Cakes are made by the most successful dry yeast expert in Canada, with au experience of 25 years in this difficult art. Free sam- ple from White Swan Spices Cer- eols, Limited. Toronto, Ont. Window Cards Circulars Reports Wedding Announcements Visiting Cards 'Posters. Letter Heads Tickets Commercial Printing of Every Description YOUR NEXT ORDER THE HERALD JOB DEPT. Aha. PJione 12.V2 I'.O. Drawer L. Another of the classes in the Second- ary Division reports organization this past of a girls' class in Wesley Methodist school, Lethbridge, which was organized by the District j Secretary in September, under the An instance of the kindly considera- name of the "Willing The officer and committee convenors are as follows; Kaake. Neeve. Secretary-Treasurer Agnes Living- tion shown on every occasion -by His Royal Highness the Duke of Con- naught transpired during the visit of the Royal party in Vancouver. Learn- ing that 01 rs. Walter Smart, of that city, is a. daughter of one of the old residents on the Balmoral estates in Scotland, well known to I he Duke, His Jloyal Highness Requested Mrs. Smart and her husband to come to the Hotel Vancouver, where they had the honor of being received bv His {Christmas of t nil- w n v 6 tone. Convenor .Missionary Committee Vera Redmond. Convenor Membership Pearl Olson. Jordan. The class motto is "Win the idea being to carry out the motto by this year. Highness, and also of being presented to Their Royal Highnesses Duch- ess of Connanght and Princess Pat- ricia. The home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Boorne. 123S Fifth avenue South, was the scene of a pretty wedding at 7.30 on Saturday evening, October 5, when Miss Annie Mary Jones. late of Lan- caster. England, was united in mar-j riage io Mr. John Bryden. Rev. A. G. Cameron tied the nuptial knot, fit the presence or only a few intimate friends. IIr. and Mrs. Bryden will reside in Lethbridge. Mr. W. B. Fairhairn. Superintendent of 'the school, was elected honorary president oi the class, and Mrs. M. K. Kaake, associate superintendent, was elected honorary vice-president. WHO WILL BE Ladies' and Misses'One-piece Dresses for Fall ladies' and Misses' Dress- es are handsome Iliis your, dainly and garments, made, in the newest: styles of fine mater- ials and beimf il'nlly l-rim- nied. The woman of taste, I lie woman who studies econ- omy .and the woman who appreciates correct styles .and is a devotee of fashion will readily recognize in our large assortment of .dresses thai. we. are showing opportunities to buy that are most 'pleasing from- every point' of view. Our splendid stock IB go large and varied tunt numbers of bocomin'g models can be found for every style of figure, fuil lines of correct styles in choice fab- rics and colorings indicate how. carefully we have prepared for the Fall and Win- ter months that arc now upon us. Our ladies 'and misses' dresses for this fall are duinty triumphs of the man- ufacturers' arc, designed with artistic taste and character. Our splendid selection includes pure wool serges, henvy tveeds and panamas. In tan, navy, brown, gray and black. We can give you satisfaction in quality as well as price. PRICES RANGE FROM TO The Hudson's Bay Company astiCj ior the Terpsilete promises to one of the most charming enter- tainments ever held in Lethbridge. The Queen, whoever she may he, will he the presiding grace of the evening, and her presence will be everywhere felt. The b'allot.'box 1s deposited in Jack- son Co.'s window in the Sherlock block. Buy a ticket, and cast your ballots for the favorite. Tomorrow the box will be opened, and the bal- lots counted for the first time. From then on for a week one oi the hottest election campaigns in the history oi the city will be -waged. Boost your favorite, and make the contest- the t flic Herald for the results to (lav. from day FIRST COUNT OF VOTES TOMOR- HARD FOR YOUR FAVORITE is in in- (Jusvn til" tlit Con- ONLY TWO WEEKS UNTIL CONGRESS WILL TAKE EVERY HOUR OF TIME TO GET THINGS IN SHAPE Two weeks from this morning the representatives the nations of the world will gather together in Leth- bridge to open the greatest peace con- ference of the year. Only two weeks remain until the Dry-Fanning Con- gress is officially opened, and those two weeks promise to be buav ones in the city. As yet only ;t 'start has been made at the fair grounds where the'monster exhibits being entered at the" exposi- tion .are all to be set up yet, Sas- katchewan has made a start, but. is I delayed on acount of the non-tirrival! of the car containing the exhibit. The Dominion government building is also assuming: shape, and will be ready tins week to receive the exhibit. The first, noise like business from tlie south side of the line will be heard i his evening when that Oklahoma booster. Marie AVoodson and his as- sistant arrive for the express pur- pose of setting up the exhibit with which it is Imped to .sweep the ex- position, mid be instrumental in starr- ing a nainpaifiii which vvfii riisnit in j Oklahoma City being; .the congress headquarters for next. year. Mr. loft UK- rest, of the party from Oklahoma ;'t Denver. They went to ihe coast by special train muf will arrive hi jusi in lime for the opening of tlu- session. SHOT A GUARD WHM ESCAPING TWO TEN-YEAR' CbNVl'CTS" AT NEW WESTMjNSTER NO.W FACE MURDER New Wtistwinetcf, Two 30-year convicts. Smith and Wil- son, who were 'working in tlio stone shed at the provincial' guarded by F. Craig, attacked him, and af- ter one of them struck the head with a hummer, convicts leok hie pistol, and made -a rush for liberty. Guard J. H. Johnston barred their way, and the convict with tbe pistol fired three butleta into him, in- flicting wounds from which died BOOH afterward. OLher guards fired upon the convicts and wounded them. They were captured, and will be tried POPE OFFERS TO MEDIATE P'ONTlFP. READY TO ACT IN" 3AU KAN IS London, 'Oct. anrtoiincenient" that tlie Pope is prepared to offer mediation in the ttalkans was inado b'y the' Vatican after a hurried meet- ing of the sacred congregation today; according to-a news agency, dispatch from Rome. London, Oct. new turn..was given tlie Balkan situation today by Tnrlvcy agreeing to the suggestion of. the gre.iter powers to give Macedonia and Kouinania a greater measure of self-government and while war is still possible a settlement, was made much easier. Greece is ss'.d to be likely to for murder. Their' wounds are not I disappointed, and Turkey i serious, nor is that of Guard Craig. ditcd with claiming that the grant-- I ing of desired reforms will only lend lo show that the Balkan states arts RESPONSE RATHER SLIM London, Oct. The general Booth j muted, on anything except liostil- Memortal fund in Nottingham, Insj'ty to the Porte. The big powers today were satisfied that war is im- probable, and the stock market foe birthplace, has closed with less than a third of the desired sum, having been obtained. consols was- much brighter. To wli.U young shall Wesley parscnnge was the of; we bow durinc; the banner of a quiet wedding at seven o'clock on' That is ill? important question Saturday evening, when the Rev. T.! which imiht tk-i'ided during tht: P. Perry, minor] in matrimony Miss i Elizabeth A. Cross to Mr. Roderick T.; Richardson, both of Milk River. Hoili bride nml Rrooin wero unattended. -Mr.. and Mrs. Richardson reside on tho guintnV farm near Milk Rhvr. early half a imi buys iinil ca tiic ilmi hrinht an.l re-1 and OUIIR 1 DANGEROUS WEAPON CLASS Miinclie.HJei- laJit-n steps jo mini- witb the b.itpins. Tlio train- hicti i he flow I place at. iiit: Bow lalaud, on nisbt, of rttH1.. :ind Miss Quijip. ill sell for tin1 "IVrp.sitVto Oct. 17 in ilio auditorium. TltfV air brut on 2innt urket.s. And! as cadi oininission has placed notices train oars callini; atlt-ntion of tin1 v.'ouici' pas.seimt-iv io she (lancer to other troiti iht- iiraotit-c of wiwing; hai ptnn. vote with ii u-n! To