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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta AYoilnestlay, September 3. 1013 THE LETJIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rage 9 MILADI EDITED 1Y "INO- PHONH 'IN PASSING 11 isn't the thinking how grateful we are. Kor tbo o! friends conic lo blw.s.' Oar sorrow or IOFS 'nealh the weight ot tie 11 is telling our gratefulness. It isn't that ihey have lu tbclr hearts. And ncslccl or forget lo reveal. That brightens the lives of husbands and It Is telling Uie love trial Ihey isn't Iho thinking ot food lo nun- kliid, Thai a cooling drlnfc To tlm famishing ones of earth's daughters aD.d sons H is telling the good thai we Ibink. and Miss Marguerite TVashbrook. The Guild it very grateful to liarelay for her In givloa liie lea. if 4 Miss Florence 11111. who returns to continue her studies at Havfrga1, To ronto. al the end o( Ihe week. hostess 01 a i farewell tea hour (ME FIRST function yesterday. Miss Helena Slulpeoj and Miss Donna Murray-'oar of? Ihe houore in guessing con sis. Sweat peas made a fragrant ai.d K. J. Hill was "slsted in lookir-E er's guests by Sirs. E. Hill rs. W. J- Armstrong. Tiiose bidden we.-e Ada Murray, onda Murray, 'Marlon Marrt, Doro- hy Marrs. Margaret McKillop. Slnipson, Marjorle lUglubolbam, lay Young. Miss Bessie Hazell, (Van. H isn't tbe silence ot hops uuexi.rsss- ed That -h'.arler.s and strengthens lae weak., To triumph through strife, 101 in great things ot ll'a the words of BOO') cheer tut speak. J. Laiiiuton. t Mr. and MM. George Terry "e re joking ovev Tuc arrival of a son on Friday. Margaret McKentle lias return ei from an extended In New VorX and Prince Edward Island. Mr. G. A. Doyls, manager of tn 'of Toronto, is spending a fa' daj'E in Winnipeg.. A.T.C.M.. T.IIO "a ently .'Tetur'iied fron. comple Miss Just rece' Ing her musical EtudJM Iri.Toronto, In a .studio here, this fal Mi's Jlnry o'f Jlinnearxill, arrived today to spend a month ;th guest of Mrs. B. T..Lai'ton, Mr. an Mrs. Layton are rnovinj Into 12 Fifth avenue. HalsteaU, ul Swill Current, a guest with Mvs. Becker, slith av- enue A. s entertained.'rjojrr'n' this a'fterjidon1 In connection .with .ths Knox ouver) Miss Mary ties Simpson and CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Uardeton. Sept. fol- lowing Intortsiiug bit ot regard- ing the Cocurana cattle that ranged lu ttie vicinity of Watertou Lakes is taki.-u from an article telling now Uie flrel caltlo were broujjhl Into Afterta. The accuracy ot the. story- is vouched for by In the Lakes district and in the vicinity of Cardslou. "Tue Cochrace outfit. o! ti.e big rancJips, located at or near there, with James Walker, now Coloacl Walker, of. (Jaljary, in charge Q3 manager. Tiio Etock, driv- en ic tate, worn by the trail, unlocated as to range, an exception- ally, bitter wintir. Calsviry district was dtep In SDOA- aud the cattlo like flies. In the Macteod district the win was and the range free ol snow. Caule thiove. spring camo the Co'ehrane iveopte, same to the. core, bought more thousands o Montana cattk- to replace those tha perished the preceding wlntervj they moved down u> the range Koo'.enal I Waterloo) Lakes. But it was a had move that year for the eefason switched, and ivcei season' was lha district ground lakes j uowed while still tbu Madeod a line was open. Around Uie ot the little lakes starving cattle plough, d and stumbled eagerly devouring every vestige of teed, j aut tba 'shores ot the lake were] BOOH trimmed all arouad be deep refused lo Uie blunder- ng.beeves tfcc food that lay beneath. the Cochriae catUe tu daujtrous stato Frank Siroug, rancher from near Maclfod and an old of the 1. G. linker com- pany, voluateered to geL the Block out Lo tfce open- range on tfcb present Pei- gan reserve, it his was given a tbou- sand dollars. This accepted, ha a num- ber of up about i'JQ cayuses, and Jammed them thro Iho .toward the lakes. Two days H tooV to get there, Lul It ojwntd a good trail, and he turned (he band of border- loofo to back to the open ccuntiy. the starr etock of ths Crochrane ranch follo on an eager trot tnd fn a fen- Uriel hours were fill Leg up on tJio open country of ihe Pelsau reserve." Velvets Give promise of being extremely popular BK1NG ADVISlvl) by our Kuvopean soiiu- mciillis ago to this effect Vi'e have is'.S'Jo nrcuarnliim to MUT! tin.1 much incrviisi'il ileiuand fur these rich, handsome gracefully (Imping fain-its. do not liositule lo state lhat an inspection ul' our stod-' wil! prove a vorilulilr revelation lo you, hotli from a slylc and value standpoint. Read lln-sc liints and [iuy this stoic a will lie amply ix-puld by I hi- pleasure you will derive. Plain Velvets Deep rich velvets, 24 Inch wide, in black, navy, ca'rdlnal, lirht and dark brown, as well as all the novelty shades of the season. At from per yard 3UC Corduroy Velvets Brocaded Velvets Tho new heavy corij cffert in blitk and ull the now shuries Our leading line In an oxlra wlihywlilth, measures -1 jncbt-e, at And othris in finer qualities M per yard neu- velvet 'n efTect fs oae of the nov- t-Uies of iho sc-ason. This we iu exceptEonally fino silk fiiibSi fu JiurgunJy, GoWea Navy and P'jrple, at yd. The Wesley Sunday 'school hoard 1 management irtll meat at eight cloch tomorrow a full attendance is particularly. d.eeired. fr r'r." Tim Quarterly Olticial Board and :rusteeB of. Westminster qhurcli are asHcd to meet- immediately, at tho ciotc o( prayer meeting thts even- A VERY BRIEF STAY ing. Tonight Mrs. MUfdrd will give report of the Plucher Oreek summer acbool al the sen-Ice In Wesley church. H IB hoped the attendance will be largs. i The OompanidKs of the Forest held their regular monthly meeting last right ah'd decided'.Io. hold tho 'first dance of the fall season on Tuesday; September..SthT. i'rivifallons- ho Usaed ehortly. .i 'Tho'Wqman's Auxiliary o! St.. Aug- churc-li.liel'J tbe opening.lneet. ing of the season ycBterday afternoon and decided to presenl'Mlsa Webling and Mr. Waller McRaj- in i dramatic, rei-ilai on Monday evening. .Septem- ber These artists will appear In four short plays, and a musical program will be Interspersed. Knpx t'hnrch choir to.Its usual (ull capacity next Sunday, Miss -Agar-lias returned from a VA-! cation spent at Medicine. Hat C. B. Bowman; and children and sister, MIES Palsley.-returned night fvom a pleasant vacation at Bal. Jour, B. C. Mils'- FJr'i Smith was a tea hour hostess -''.his afternoon' In connection wjth the chain, teas of. Knos church. -y v Mrl and'.Mrs. H. "A. Allison, 1314 Bisth avehua south; enterlatncd Mr. Meillclce Mr. Cec'li'ruley over the holiday Mrs. P. II. Campbell and daughter, Joan, who spent tho Bummer iu Cai- Ifornia. are.en .roule home and aro expected at the end of the week. C Jlrs. Lake and Miss Lake, of Toronto, vvfco were guests witji the Bawdcn, left this mornlrig'to visit In B.infi snd I.aggan relurnlng included Mr. am Mrs. Crott. the. Sllsses Jackson, Me Lucy nawden. Klnncy, Trip? an ilcfsra. MrArthur, f Iroft, B. Klrkham, and R. V. Glb- 'ons, returnsil to' tlic city aflhe end f llio week from tho camp at the Old river, lomo Iwenly-two miles Covley. t Miss McLood, who has been con> al the home of Mrs. 0. B Blcca her from the .It Hospital, where she-underwent operation (or BrTiendlcIlls, left (or >w Island. (Ms aflernoon She was by Mrs Fleming, who II vim for a week wlti Mrs. Luck- idt atter corftpletlng the-summer with a QUartclle Uie old as .well-as'.newcomers, .who care to join, are urgently urged to atlend -re- heartal aod'bfl'.ln'thelr 'placeis ou 5un- day 1 As' Methodist church choir is QOW reorganizing for the coming season, it is requested- that any who may desire to Join mike their Jntai- llons known lo Mr. L. B. Toombs, pre- sident and acting secretary, or to Mr. at'the earliest possible data. The preeent choir com- mJtteo ITS anilons that n chorus of fifty merobeTB become enrolled, is. it Is ntendod to gfre several cantatas dur. ng the winter. 8ome of the very best worka in choral singing will be ien- dered. Tho leader.will ho at Wesley :hupc4i at len minutes to eight p.m. to receive applicants. WONDERFUL MAN Sept. am comitg to MontretU said Lord Slrathcona, as be stepped ou board the Rutland train this morning to re- turn to New York, and board the Lusl- tianla for' England. "It a delight for" me to 'make flying trip to said (be; venerable blgVL aa he graspec Ihe hand o( Principal Peterson, of -Me Gill university. "Tb.o scene I wit hessed In the convocation hall when trie degrees were being ccnferret yesterday afternoon is one of the- moat remarkable in my recollection.' Lord Stralhcoua lefl Montreal in th same modest way that he arrived IBS Sunday morning. There vtere cheers at his Strath cona would not havenlikerl-.tbaV-bu as Principal Peterson' faid. admiration of all citizens was aroui by his inclomilabic Bplrit 'which." ha enabled bitn to live down tbe.'velgh of .years. He. nlwaj-s Jspeaks though'he were to Mijnlrea ngaln ueit HAT IT WILL BECOME DISTRI- BUTING QUARTERS FOR MASSEY-HARRIS CO. Medicine Hat, Labor Day The Bay Stores VERY SUCCESSF.UL AFFAIR DUCTED "BY sriTUTE -JAT wag the best ever teld ere'. Several hundred union men over a dozen floats formed the in which there were six ainoa? oiUtra the Calgary Hal atfon Army sliver baod. A fine programme sporu was ruu iff jn the afternoon, several athletes roiu outside points being present (or be open evenU. There was no ;peech making. weather was fine. CuBloras TC-turns for A-jguat receipts totalling for August. Last year the total was under the increase" beirfg 100 cent For 'Ire hiontbs of tbV present fiscal year the have' 'amounted ID 000, Awhile year, Magiuth. Sent. the gcath' Idstitulc linderHke to do 'a he i sut- cess, because they.are boosters.- reputation cnhailoeii yesterday Flower "Only" the r SCENE OF COLLAPSE AT PETERBORO fcr Uie same period last 7T.OOO, Cit surf }y covers': a'- very broad scope 61 natural growl tibri with the exhibit tUe ladies bl {hc.'.liistitute served rttosb- ments ior which jthey ate famous The 'visitors ucre. njanv 'aad 'entbu-r Atnorig1 the" pjrize winceca rere Bouquet of cot Rose Ben- 1st llulen Marker, 2nd Elsie TELEGRAPHIC. BRIEFS Athabasca Landing .will havi Elreets next month. L. Solman will build a twelve store hotel atTne corner of King and Sfrncoe elreets, Toronto. .-The Gooderich Tire-Co, llsh a ulrint at Toronto, .employing 800 hands. It is now liamenl will ineel in January. Barlow- resiilent-of Toronto is dead at Part Hope. CANADA WILL RUN ITS OWN IN ITS OWN WAY Sept. Sam Hughes, who is staying at tha Savoy Hotel preparatory to proceeding 16 the Britleh Army manoeuvcrs, is haltet by one of the newspapers of the Flamboyant Imperialist type as "her aid of the empire." In actual nev.-apaper interviews though the Canadian minister'of mil itla appears extremely It voicing his sentiments. He Is no prepared, for Instance, to dlscusi convpluaory military burning fiueslion of Jiome. milttar hiiii-clr wltli saying that each of the. overseas Dorilnlor.5 should decide thig'mntter for Itself. Kc expressed enthusiasm for Qeneral Ian. Hamilton, saying, "Ills report ou Iho Canadian militia la ono of the attest and most brilliantly -written stale papers ever penned by any mill- Ury authority.1' Hut he declined to Bay whether was likely to adopt all the racommendallons con- lolned therein. Col. Hughes and his party of Ctn- ndlsn staff offlcera -will go on from Barclay tea yesterday Fa of a very In connoc- wllh tbo Guild of St. rcli. (itamophono eclcctlona were ;.yrd by the goodly number prea- Tea was served at flower ndorn '.-.-rlelle. when the host- was assisted by Mri ul, Mrs. Turner; Miss Ada -Karl Salisbury lo witness the manouvers In Switzerland. military Oeo. 11. Hogers, of has been appointed principal of the Lon- don Collegiate Institute. W. D. Nclles IK deiid at Ir.ger. soil, Ont. Hcslnj lias n serious typhoid-'epi- demic. Jta'f of the grnln ir the Edmonton district r'.soitcd cut. ihowa a popular.ceit mtdel for fa thousand0people gathered' city afternoon'tp hear: the- Calgary' Salvation -Army-all- V'prband, acd applaud as'he gave the bjnd vrelconie. la playlbg morning, hobn ind flight, to the great the citizens..'-- V. .-'Rev. J.-A. Calgary, Mpd- eritqr of the session, was In tbe city on Sunday iho new cbz- reg'ation.being organized, Fiilwood, Mignonette HaH Poulsco, 3rd. Reert -1st A diagram showing the Turnbull store that collapjeo at Peterboro, and the Store which was being renovated before being Incorporated In [he Turnbiill Berta Larnb, 2i4 Leora Gurr.ey, aid Marigolds '1st Phjllts I'alfncr, '2nd.'; .Burr.s Marker, Hay Berinetf, 2nd Aiiona- Jeasen, 3rd. Plnlay- son, 1st Alec Poulse'n, 2nd liiiby Anderson. Sweet Palmer, 1st; Percy 1'oulsen, 2nd Golden Darker, N'ot excluding irrigation districts, wiiat is probably the most thorough- i> "developed garden In Southern Al berta, was. raised this year by .Mrs. Louise- Pontius at Pinchcr Creek. Early last spring Mrs. I'ontlus pro- a small piece of land and planted n.number Eeeds she had eeeured at the Dry' rmlrg CongresB. Everyone thougbt S In A call will be ex., 2nd lilsie. FuKrood, 3rd. nded 16 Eistance, oi Toronto. Pansies-Phyllis Calmer, 1st Hoy. Saturday was the last day for getting Jensen, 2nd lierta Lamb.. 3rd. .count on taMS. and before the virt-l Poppies-Hay Bennett, 1st; 1'ercy 8 closed, over had.'been fully uroCIiua of the i'a.x- This Is taken as en. excellent den- 1 that money is tlgbt in Building permits for August-total Last August they were JZ43.- 0, Increase 230 per cent. For eight ontha this year tho total Is against for the; whole months of last year. 11 Is reported on reliable authority ere that the will move heir dlstrioutinj headriuaiters (rorr algary lo Medicine Hat upon the of the Canadian Northern roiri Ilanna "Poulscn, 2nd. Cole'man, 1st; Uerta Ailie Hudson, 3rd. .Bennett, 1st; lierta .amb', 2nd. Collection 'ot'.wild (lowers .Kuby Carter, 1st. Poulscn, 1st; Berta Lamb, 2nd.'' SCOW BROKE IN TWO AND NEW SETTLERS .'LOST THEIR LIVES .THE': Shaiinavon of. the rfirlslon'al branch-1 rrtldw'ay between -and- Weyburn. It Is directly' spul.h Creek, between i.'cthbridgc and Woy- Jurii... .Asslnlbola Is tho firBt east of The steel Is through As- slnibola'row. SbWiavon Is the se- The line graded past already and will be carried to Ibe'MIne Afbsrltt and SasU- third dlvfs- Alberta side 6f.tb6 ifne. It's name or location has been ahriounced.'out the Her- Sbaunrivon be .on Sept. 17 at Qull About-..2b6 acres has "txcn tubrflvid'ed. main streets.each 100 test'In width hire been lociled while a 'public of blocks Area.. Is conspicuous on Uie plftn Kpice is reocrv'cd also for Industrial Athabasca, Sept. young son of a Pine Creek settler, w ifi the back or. Sunday by his br ther while! they were driving bom from town on a hay Tack. Tbe bulle enierjfl the boy's back, and perforate the bowels. He >a3 brought to tl hospital'bere an3 pperateJ on, but 1 is not likely to. recover. The sboo ing was', accidental and occurred whe his picked up a rifle to shi a fabbll on tho road... A-report ba'i been received here anoUier Iragedy. vrhlch has uccarr at Grand RnpMs. It la.said tliat ec'ow broke in two, and the lour occ pftnts were drowned. Two of tbe m were known being a man named of Prince Edward Island, anil Dennis four, D.'McAithnr Announces that irnfris wll] be runalnjj from Kdraonton, ftf Slave lakc.thli fail e n'as v.-asilng time trouble, aud is the "object of much, comment and Mre. Pontius haa.'also raised Eome very fln'e'fl.Qyre'rs, ojid she says 'nopplea do' btiter-in'-Alberta" then" they do in their native state, where she has seen them gro-iug. She think.'that Al- berta hasn't even begun to show what U can do, and Is only waiting (or Bomeor.e to come along and try her (or any -kind or a crop. "Tbe only tremble with thla said Mrs. Pontius, who has lived In nearly all of the most productive of the western ptatts.. veoph rto nol' ftegin lo realize the' and that a fault-of the'cquntrr. Peoftc here have ryiftn used to.waiting for; c-verytbing Jo come too lazy to" get out and" try -the conn- try. This Is Ihe greatest mixed farm: country iu Ihe world, and K" t one" look at the wonderful reeulta e has accomplished c ____j ._ __ ____, ange that Idta. Nearly" all ihe j doesn't" get that eds she were groim in Okll- many years. It will not be the coun- ma or California, but the plants alt alureil hero in Southern Alberta, green. sown in April, ere ready for1 the table oa the 54th Slay. So was and all along e list, tbe products have ripened In season, -t Oreen Hublard squoshr are "now. ready for the oven, ami ich things as scarlet and crimson .nner" bcmiF, castor beans, brussels irouts, Knglish broad inimp- ns, water crpss, Oklahoma fodder )rnf wonderberrtes, winter radishes, ud Colorado and d well, and'wiH ripen thoroug'uly efore froal." Rrcrylhlng tn the gar- en, has shown very "prolific growth try's fa-Jit." Mrs. Pontius prepared 'the Pinrher- CreeV. dEeplay at the Dry-Fanning Congress" last and. will soon be busy' getlirig-up au individual exhibit tlils year's congress, Oklahoma City. She. does, not. claim" expcirt or florist, -.but (jlvca. Uie -country- .iho credit, saying that any or.e could get the sane'rcaults'aa she" if they applied a-lillic.hard work aud-cr.ergy. Bui. to htr aloiia should go Use credit of shewing the Plncher Crrek people, and .many- others as well, what can be done in I lie liao.-ol truck gardening. i. A SAD INCIDENT OF THE TRAGEDY AT PETERBORO. Shoemaker, Vho l j hare tor al months.- -two were a and tils came from Ne- braska. --.The Nebraakan's wife and daugbter left the boat lo walk around of the raplda, and were to negollale the ra'pldt with.o'ul i guide. Men removing the body 'of girl clerk from the ruins of Turnbull at Peterboro. Chas. 'Coombe, mayor of Dry- den, ia.on irlAl charged with appro- priating logs, Dr. B. J. McContiell, M P. P., Is leaving Monlen to reside In Winnipeg, The Inrgeal elevator in tho world fa about to bfl erected at Cahallite near Buenos The..ancient of Smynm Is to have an-electric street rudlway, Mrs. Lincoln H. JelM, Will open her sludio at 60S 12lh Street S., on Monday, September 8th Where she will be pltnstri fo receive advanced pupils: and beginners in' Piano-forte and Harmony, The best modern methods employed In tbe development'of arf cdecIivD, rapid and deFendaolo piano tccfir.iquo ftnd the sbility lo execute piano compositions wlln ncciiracy, brltllancy and flrm- neaa of (ouch nnd with .artistic Intcrprelation and expression.' P'or particulars, Slutllo, ;