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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .TTTE LETIJBRJOOE.DAILY HERALD Page 0 Wtal 7 SCHOOL are ready to lyive a port- rait mftdo 1 D your Boarteet Btreet or any olher cos- tumo you prefer, just come to us and be ol BetUog photographs ofqualiij We are up-to- dato I n every particular and use artistic tUU In posing ft n is h In e mounUng Photo- graphe la the lat approved Itch! Itch! Itch Constant Intolerzblo ason) A few drops of a mild, sli ikln dls troM GONE.'1' D. fef-Ecwma.- Sounds too jooi to W guarnntie'il: The Bret .tiill bottle 11 D D. ciimot je'tch .Fo your coofort's It ia'Vorth trlaL ;.Come-'In'''yp about It. AIM D." D.: D. -itlieipi. Hlglnbotiim E Tomorrow morning at 9.30 n Convection ol Teachers' Aaioola- loaa of the pens at Central School e reglbtratloa of will >ccupy the first hour, and at 10.45 invocation with addrsiwa of wel- ome ty Mayor Htrdle. R, P. Wallice, hairDiaa of tio toard and President E. Hodgton. From 10.45 till 12. there will be a discussion on tho quts- loa ol Bohool llbrarlaa. In the afternoon tho time will be given to the subject of the pub Ic school curriculum la agriculture addressoa A. Mitchell of the Nurserlw. and E. H. 31 rick and of the Dominion bureau. Dc-monetratlonB In science find manual 'raining will L given la tie manual Ualntng build ug after tlie .dlscuasloa.. The main address of the coarenUon will be de- lEvered in the evening by Dr. J. C Miller, principal of the Canirose, Xor roal school. Dr. Milter win deal wit: the scope of the echool'B respone touching on tte duty of tbe p'jl> 116'school vrlth regard to agriculture MILADI Rtl. 1111 fprthe, resignation ot iHiid Al.vcrstoW1- Iro'm the posi-? tidn of chic) justiceship, will te pat hcfprc the cabinet this week, ths pre- mier, said, having had it !n possession fur' some-time.' 'It Is: ex- pected the appomtment'ot Sir Hufiis Isaacs will be-arinouhCEd'within forty fight Winnipeg Harbor'Bo'ard will ask the Government Lump, alto Mine Run, Ton or Car -Load LoU. NEW BARNES MINE PHONE H7i C. 6. D. BUSY SUFFRAGETTE THERE tempt to reach King George and oy -1- a militant suffragette, Miss. sraJe'sUes were on tho way to attend the Tveddtng of Prince-Arthur.'of THF, LOWEST PLACE Give me the lowest place not tbat 1 dare i tor the lotvwt bu.t Thou hast died That I might live and share-...... 'hy glory by Thy side. Oive the lowest plaoe or it lor me fhat lowest place too hish, ma" one more low Vherc 'I may sit and see- My Ood and love Thee 59. -Owen 'Meredith. i Mr. Dawaon, of Peterboro, was a week-cud visitor with his sister. Miss Ethel- Dawson. Miss Stuart, of Calgiry, who.was a guest with Mrs. T. B. Kotterly, return- ed home on Monday night Jhe Uoaton Evening Transcript ol October 4 contains an announceme of the marriage of Miss Iredell Bax tcr, fonnerly of Moncton, X.D., to Mr Ivan C. Rar.d, of Medicine Hat, Alia The was solemnized at Old South church, on Friday evening October 3. A' Eoodly number attended the dance, .given In Unity Hill iaal even- Ing under the the.Compan- ions ot-tho Forest.' Arthurs orchestra supplied goo'd and tie commit- tee, to whom so much of the success of tho affair was due. Included Mrs. T. Arnold, Mrs. -Vlbrqeh', Mrk." Sklu- ncr, Mrs. Carter'and Mrs. t'nsworth. r The ilaple Lsaf club have issued ln- [ons for a dance, to he held..In Sons of England hall, on'Thanis-. Day, October 20. or- chestra will supply music From' nine to two, and supper will be served promtly at eleven-thirty. The com- mittee-Includes.: Messrs. Barinerman, Chlawlck. f. H. Fleetwood; E. _H. Fleetwpod-and I.E.-Clarke. An Interestlng-Vweddlne -lace at 2iO North ilaln street, ReaiinK, Mass., on the evening of October 6, at ell (Grassy the tables be- ig piettily decorated with fernj. Kuice the- of tbe Hal- dance, to be g vea on Friday, 31, by the Leibtriidgo Flower ilild. puny Inquiries have been made effarding tho work of the organlza- liou, so that the officer! have thpurht a short article on the work ruijht appreciated. Tbe Qulld was estaollihed in April, 1911, and eaoh week since that d each and patient la the public ranis rf tho Gait Hospital baa been :d with flowers. It would bo hard to estimate the amount of good done hy the Guild, and yet, al- juph always welcome at these week- ly visits, the majority of the membeVs aro not required to visit iby hospital yet ttc officers see that the work goes OD each week without fall. Tho meribersh'p fee IB the Inflnltesima of ten cents a month. society-Is now-entering the sea fpn when flowers jnuch be purchased 'each week, and funds are an absolute necessity. Did you ever pause to con Elder that. In contributing your mil of ten cents a month, you share in 'those words cf commendation, "I wa: sick and'ye One of the members of the Guili was recently stopped on the street b: a1 niany whom-sho.liad forgotten, whi h'ad at one time been a patient In th quit Hospilal.'He Just wished to than' her and appreciation 'c the flowers at the time of his illness remarking that he. could never forge h'owthey cheered'hlm. This is onl one of the numerous similar cases. Will you help? Arthur yictpria Joined in Wedlod 't (Continued From Front Ta; 'NOTABLE 'GATHERING .There was fewer tha ijya'Qd the pucliQEg 'ot. tbrbugh-a iltie .qf: police.' setied'and Drunkenness Can Be Cured Methodist nilnlster ot Chaadle nad ot M" ilhtr'-'Alfeandra, the' Kin charges in Southern -Alberta: The- bridal..coupie were unattended. Tho ceremony .took place undtT''arij Rl'ch o' evergreen Tho bride was-dressed-ln'.-white' satin mcssRlIno, draped cmhrcJdered a'nd; a 'r, slik net. She wore a veil and a thower of bridal roees. .The cJflelaU cprp's', the ''ikitlsh' cahihef; njcmbe civilians. .-SH.OWCTIF.D. WITH- PRESENTS hey expect. ero they enter Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Careful and Prompt Auto Livery in'. Connection AlcuraMnq widely known at men'ffo'f-alcihollsm can oh? ocri-mony a recepdon wa. talned at our store. It Is guaranteed a large number, of gue.ts.wero. to cure or'bencfU or money'rtliiuJ- served Tvith reffeshmenla. and ed. Remedy that has bean'tried by. rs. Falrweather left .on an-, early, thousands and found- to do Just as it Drunkenness Is dlseaie. Thoso who fire afflicted with.the craving for liquor, have helped .to throw it off. Alcura -No.'. V con' be. given secretly in'coffee or food. Alcura No. 2 is. the voluntary treatment. Help j-pur loved 6nes to restoro themeclyea to-lives of-sobriety" and usefulness and to regain' the respect o' the community in which you.llve. Only 51.00 per hoi. Ask' for Free Booklet' J. D.. Hlginbothara t C.o, Limited, Alberta. jludlng-jewcls ip.abundanccy.-gol and. accient and mode Handsome Linens For Thanksgiving Linens, like good books, grow more fascinating with and one .generally de- lights iu adding to licr is, if Iliey are good liaens, pure through and. through such as you will get at this store. This is an attractive display of Irish Linens. Rich satin finished cloths, all grass bleached, snowy while. Tublc and-Napkins to match, Doylies, Centre-pieces, Tea-cloths, Runners and Lunch Cloths litre in great variety. TABLE CLOTH AND NAPKIN SETS Snowy While Irlih Ltaea Clotbs. size 2 yards by 2 yards, wlta napfcirj, eiza SO lu. s 20 In. to match- Bea'Jtlfal floral and con- rentlonal deilgne. Set complete..... Handsome- Table Cloths, site 2 yards by 2Vi Vnrds. with taWe napkins, sire 21 in. by 21 in. to match. Wide range oi Moral End conventional to choose from. Set complete ciii for...... 814 i 2U yards, Table Cloths and I'2'i22" Napkins to match. Heavy linen Cloths in beauti- ful-designs. Good rervlceable quality 1219 Set complete !or......................'' PLAIN HEMSTITCHED EFFECTS IN LINENS Vfo' are showing" a special range of Doylies, Centre-plecea. Runnore, Tca-clotis, find Lunch- cloths la plain hem-stitched effect. This Is a particularly well finished clotty every thread linen. Below ire some of the sizes and 9" 3G'x3G" ___; FOR FAMILY USE THE BAY TEA NO. 4, is witlumi pound at equal.s Try a sample The Hudson's Bay Stores HALF BREED WHILE DRUNK CUT UP CELLS IN THE Magrfalh; OcL Basliae a, half-fereed n-ho'Hvea-'near Macleod, IB In jail at awnUlng the. arrival; of Mouriled .police from LethbrHlge. -Baaclne.was a real raaii" as he is under bonds'for f at Macleed to Veep the peace. "He rode froin-r.ear to a distance of GO miles, and arrived with a glorious Jag on. At train Umfi he went to the drunken braggadocio or not Use con-, stable could, not. determine, but he sought advice and started out to give Hastine a chance to do .the roping act. The half-breed was taken to the cells and at the door mada a break-for liberty. Tho constablo started. In p-jrsuit and flrcd several shots in the air to Brighten the fugitive T7ho was recaptured "and Ms' now In the cells. Magrath eiperienced exciting D -''t One estimate places the I mA threatened to. rope any Letbbridge Excelsior Male Voice Choir Co n cert UNDEB AU8PIC E9 OF Y. M. C. A, V. M, C, A. AU >.-.HJI.t, ON To-morrow, Thursday, 16 BSIBTK1) BY; SIMM MR. MAXWELL' MR. H..6, KILMER" Tbli aJanouncemeDl vlll ho welcomed by those with tliQ of thla choir. Thote wbo h vo not ln-zril local .assrega- tlon of should iiot thli opportiinltf. on at Stores' 50c. o[ I officer Tvho attempted to with him; ntertero elr new charge, to spend, some, time Tonawenda and NlMara rills. StfathCL.._, _....... "POT1 Jolm'- old 'Colpitt dtsert. ?er- CLUE8 AND .The executive of the W. C. T. U. will' leet.tomorrow evening with Mrs. Mit ord, 636 Tenth street South.' An Important meeting of the BOS- Ion of Knoi chrch will be held on 'rlday night. The Six-Six club meeti tonight with UBS Hickey, at the home of Mr. and Ire. J. P. Eleventh itre'eC f a The Wlllard W. C. T.' U. irtll meet n SI church at three o'clock omorrow afternoon, 'when a''fuil at' endance Is Mrs. nruidow's class meets 'to night with. Miss Dis'er, 1208 Third vice ;-Mrs'.' Waldorf; A'stnr, old ctster tea and coffio.'sprvice. Hundreds of now laH out ih'the Qiieea at the center of uliich1 slnSds the wedding feet' 'made'by 'the 'Kite's' che! at' nuci-injliara.'r. 7he whom ''the ,'Kini; 'appointed KnlgKl pt the is in the hap- p'ies.t He made'a' tour of the presents yesterday: One gift patticu- his fancy, a golf bag. FROM'CANADA Among I'rince '-Arthur's wedding p'reseritE were Premier {Joiden Canada, and his rand en- graved 'dinner workmanship; Canadian Canada grind piar.o Karl Grej, statuette Vis count Haldjr.c, despatch box the Con'rianght Inusehcld'.'n Canada, lov Ing cups Sit ChatUs iFitipafrlck silver, tray Aberdeen, win mooif will be at SandwicF The 'DuVc and -Duchess of Con _. ot-Knoi and 9t. Andrew's churches. accompanied by Princess Pj liev. P. Nf; Murray, of Ccleman, will trjrja, icavc Liverpool, Kiida also speak. fQr Canada. Mra. Hutchison la hpldlnj a pantry Owen Sound Hoard of Education d ailc 'at. Wcaky 'church cldcd to establish an Industrial scboo noxt, in connection with Ic'im ol the Ladles' Aid society. AH kinds of home cooking for Thanlijjiv- dinner will ba on sale, ij'nd .ora .tea will be served from three p'clocX. u Tho thsln tea slyen the jioms of >ts8on' In' connection with St. 'Mary'n Guild wu a decided Solos by Mlta and Mr. Clarion! duet by. 3ifr, and Mra. Jaoksori, and-piar.o solos by Mm! JxckJon Mr. Collins were much enjoyed. hoslws Was aeBlatcil at the tea hour by Mrs. Dar- ling, Mlti Dtrllci >nd For nursing mothers Na-Dru-Co-Laxatives ofFtr lh4 important advtat: the rest of system or 'iffext the child. 250, a box at >'our Druggist's.. heard Bastlno ,e -would be across the line by and aUo that ho bad locked down' a policeman in. .Mac- Whether, this was just plain .COOK SECRETARY Ottawa; Ont.- a meet- ing of the Cahloet on Saturday, an or- der-in- couaell was passed, appointing Fred Cook of the parliamentary prces gallery and ex-mayor ,oE Ottawa'as secretary, of tjbe .better-terms commis- sion of BritiEhColumbla. Post Office! Oper.ed Post officeo opened fn western Ca- nada in October Included Florann, sec 9, township i. range 11, Frank iMcGll Ian. postmaster; Klppenvlllo, BCC.. 3t, township 2, range 12, D. Klppen, post master; Pine Canyon, sec; 13, .town ship 21. range 27, O. W. inman poat master; Rice, sec. 10, towship H vsnge 1, Andrew C. ter. UU1 UI Ont., premiers ot Canada's provinces are going to meet in Ottawa on Monday, October 27 to talk over''the-question 'of provincial "They are going to start a move- ment to have the Canadian provincial bonds placed on tho British Trubteo' said a.prominent flaRccIal raau today. This ena.blc es- tate sirable funds! tliat the, premiers. wlll: visit a body. soon and -1. A Successful Thanksgiving I For the week-end we will have choice young TURKEYS, A- -And a Complete Lifte of ask us to reserve1 ;