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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta I HE LkTMiRIDOf DAILY MIHALO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1 PAOI TMWtL Baden-Baden, Aug. and Miss Elkins, wife and daughter of Senator Elkins, left here Tuesday for an address which I am asked not to mention, as they espec ally wish their whereabouts kept secret owing to tbe amount of vulgar curiosity displayed about Miss Elkins in the various ho- tels at which she arrives, and which verges upon persecution. She has not [escaped it even in the midst of the wealthy and well dressed crowd who 'lunch and dine on Hotel Stephanie 'terrace. She was simply but fashion- ably in the best of spir- lits and people argued that she was a very fine typo of the real American girl and that the Duca degil Abruzzi had a right to the sympathy of all in his suit. A very pretty wedding TOOT: place ut St. Paul's Kent Co., on Monday, August IGth, at 7.30 o'clock when Miss tMaie L., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Howard, was unit led in marriage to Mr. John H. Boyle, 1 of Granum, Alberta. Nuptial mass celebrated by the pastor, Rev. Father The invited guests included i only relatives and intimate friends. j The bride was handsomely attired in j a directoire gown of white satin with j tnmmings of baby Irish lace. She I carried a white prayer book and was given away by her father. The. brides-' I maid was Miss Nellie Lawlor, of Newcastle, who wore a dress of pink mull over pink silk and curried a bouquet of sweet Mr. Thomas Howard, of Moncton, performed the I duties of best man. Immediately after the ceremuv tV- couple and guests drove to.sKe home of the bride where breiV'JSt was served. The house consisted of snowballs afd p-Tic-d i plants. Mr. and Mrs. Boyle left on the noon train for their futurp home in Granum, Alberta, ami'! -ihowera of content. The bride's travelling suit was of green clofli with hat-to match. The gifts were both numer- ous and beautiful, principi'ly HOTEL KEEPER'S STRANGE DEATH .No trouble with Sunlight Soap. Just follow the directions on the wrapper and Sunlight does the rest. Costs does never injures hands or clothes. Saruia, Sept.; aged 55, proprietor of the AVeesbeech I Hotel, Lake Huron'Reach, was found J hi-a bedroom of the hotel, with a deep1 cut in his evidently caused1 !by some sharp instrument. He was j removed to the hospital and died [shortly after entering it. 'The.only .statement he made before death was' that he had not intended to commit suicide, but had cut his throat oii( the bed post. Foul play, is suspected j because no instrument or any othei' article was found in the room which j could have caused the wound. Lifebuoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot weather. For washing underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. Boyle, Blairmore, Alberta, mother of the groom; MissNorah Howard, Pro- vidence, Rhode Island; jvlisses Law- lor, Newcastle; Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Howard, Kent Junction-; Howard, Sussex; Mr. and Mrs. Rob Howard, Moncton, and the Misses cut glass and silver, ihe j of Bass N. popularity of the young e ;upJe groom's present to the bride was a! gold watch with monogram and -fob, j to the bridesmaid a sunburst of Transcript. Appleton, Wis., Sept. pa- per manufacturers representing prac- j ncally every company in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, held a ban-[ quet here last night in honor of' G. Frank Steele, of Port special representative' of the paper j interests in Washington, during the tariff bill fight. It is said they dis- cussed an increase in the price of "the print paper in the near future. One manufacturer said that print paper prices would :stiffen soon, but could not say that -uniform act-ion, would be taken. Suspicious fires extending: several Sir Joseph Ward, premier of tfew Requests are coming to Ottawa, for Zealand, is expected in Ottawa, on nurses to go to Cobalt to fight a Thursday. He will visit Montreal, i typhoid fever outbreak there, which, Quebec and Toronto before going- to according to, all accounts is very ser- the'Pacific coast "en route :'-ious." Several be sent. Among the guests from a .distance Qr Q{ the presbvteriao in attendance were airs. James E.1 Dr AV C. physician to E.H. JJL. w. v, j months, have burned manv barns in Harriraan, railway magnate, is son .f, the Aurora district and the mliim- i, Hamilton, moderat-[ _-, are greatlv alarmed. The general age totals about The very best home-killed Beef, Mutton and Pork Fresh Eggs. Butter and Sausages always, orv hand. Phone 405 We Get.There in Time for Dinner. HILL BLOCK, CRABB ST. Residence of J. C. Morningstar AUCTION SALE INSTRUCTED by Mr. J. C. Morningstar, who is leaving the City, I will Sell by Public Auction on; Saturday next, September 4th, at 2 o'clock, this well-built MODERN RESIDENCE Containing seven rooms, verandah and built-in cement foundation, situated on McNab, near Mc- Beth street, North Ward. Ground high and dry. Lot 40x75. The sale will take place at the resi- dence as above. Terms: 1-3 cash; balance in6 and 12 months; 8 per cent, discount for; cash. ALSO TWO YEARLING COLTS Bona fide Sale No Reserve FRANK G. WADDINGTON Office: 410 Round street. Auctioneer. 'AROUND CAPE HORN WITH G. T. P. STEEL Halifax, N S Aug. steam 'ci Belle of Spain sailed fiom Sydney i last night for Prince Rupert with a i cargo for the Grand Trunk Pacific i consisting of su-el rails. I of fish plates, 263 tie bars, 176 boxes of nut aad 1712 cases of railway spikes, making a total of 5726 tons of cargo Captain Minister make the passage around Cape Hoin to Prince Rupert in 65 davs. CANADA WILL BOOM Says London for Issuing New Bonds t London. Sept. all signs ,v are says the Financier, "Canada is on the eve oi a' great- boom." Anticipating; new issues of stocks the London Journal iefersTto the Ontario Hydxo-Electnc Commas- and hopes that the blot upon "the Dominion's credit will be SEPTEM FIFTH SALVATION ARMY BAND On the Square from 2.30 to 4.00 in Evening LETHBRIDGE CITY BAND At Hospital Square to 4.30 Every one, man, woman or child, contributing to the Hospital Fund will be presented with a little tag. jj If You're "Tagged" on Sunday You're "IT" Four Bands and Fourteen Societies Will be Included. Ladies wishing to assist with contribution boxes .please notify the Secretary, Box 57, or call at Herald Office Friday or Saturday evenings. ;