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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta jlomla.V, So-ptcntbcr 9, THE LETITiminGE DAILY HERALD PURC ft I 1 designed in many Vodels, each closely follow- ing the lines of some par- ticular type of figure. Each model is made in a 'complete.range of sizes. Rarely indeed do we find a woman who cannot be fitted "just as if the corset were made for her alone." [The important thing is to fget the. model that suits [your If your dealer hasn't the right (one he will get it for you. If you are interested in the new models, for our free style book. Crompton Corset Co., Limited Toronto MAKES A COMPLAINT Editor of The Herald: writer begs the indul- gence 'of your columns for th-a pur- pose of bringing to the attention of .the citizens of Letabrldge tho man- taer in which complaints are receivod by the Msdiciil Health Oftlcer, who Is employed, aa 1 understand, by the ,city. an-d whose salary must come from the taxes paid toy tho citizens. On Thursday morning I called up Dr. BeVeber on tho telephone to re- port to him a case of flagrant tilth, in the handling of milk by ono of the doing business in the city, and was astonished to learu that ho 'sided entirely with the dairyman, and 'in fact, refused to entertain my com- iplfiint. I urged on him the import- :'ance of investigating the matter, but said my only remedy was to "get 'another milkman." When I ua 'him tho direct question, over the :'phono, "don't you want to protect .the public against this sort of was met by a torrent abuse ami entirely new experi- ence to me. Of .course, after such language, I realized the futility of talking to the man who la supposed to guard the public health, and rang off, but I feel that it is a duty which all citizens owo to their fellows to give, tho matter publicity. If, in this Western country, where we are scourged every year 'with typhoid, wo cannot appeal to the Health Officer, wlioao salary is paid by the city, then 1o whom can complaints go, if not directly to the people at large? If Dr. DoVeher's knowledge of med- frino and sanitation are no more ex- tensive than his acquaintance with courtesy and the ordinary politeness current with people of good brooding, then H is not surprising that pro- tests to the Health Department, aro mot with an absolute refusal to vestigate, or to make any effort to protect tho public against repeti- tion of last, year's epidemic. Very respectfully, (Mrs.) G. H. TOWNES. G3-I Twolflli street South. The Brown Betty Tea Room Open 11 a.m. to (i p, m. i Business Men's Lunch At 40 from 12 to 2 p.m. ff Corner Third Avenue, and Fifth Street, MILADI 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Office, 1224 tilt ou-e. in hour, Call forth thy every power When great thc: .threat Grip tighter yet, And sou that evil cower. When props go down at sight, _ And friends deny you're right, all heeaiise Hy God's great laws, Canst stand in thine own wight. JSiss -Scale was a Calgary visitor on Friday. Mrs. Andrew Tilley and family have returned from visiting In the east. one-thirty today at Knox nMtiue hy the Rev. A. G. Cameron, when Miss .Mattel Francis Norton wa.s united in matrimony to Mr. William Lewb filler, hoth of this city. Mr. 4111! Mrs. Miller left for Lundbieclt, where they will make their home. itliss Emily Wilhc'hnina Kuttcr-tlrc- gory, o[ Heval, Kussia, will liu mar- ried to Mr. Augustine Machray 1'ink- ham, eldest son of the Lord I.Uslioi) of Calgary, at Christ clmreh cathe- dral, Victoria, II. on Seplnt'iwr llth. The ceremony will tie nccfuim- ed hy the Lord Uishop of Colun.-liia, assisted by the father of the grofi'r.. Mrs. B. J. H. Walton, "of Nelson, I----- was a week-end guest with Miss, Ola Cavanah.. Clubs and Societies Mr. K. A. manager of '-hi'. Bank of Toronto, was a week-end visitor in Calgary. The Brotherhood of St. Andrew oi St. Augustin's church will meet as usual this evening. Miss Helen Lcthhrldgc leaves Friday to continue her studies Havorgal, Winnipeg. No meeting; of St. Monica's Guild of St. Augustin's church will bc held i tomorrow afternoon. The Bpworth League of THRILLS CLOSED THE STAMPEDE INDIAN RODE HORSE HITHERTO MEXICANS MAR- VELOUS ROPING STUNT Calvary, Sept. While the Duke of I'oin'.aughl was at tileichcti !hc Duchess and ratrioia had a good time in the city, After luncheon they spent the after- noon in the Koyal box, at the Stam- pede witnessing the linal performan- ces in the arena. They saw the Mex- ican Vaqucro Cleruenlu win the world's championship fur hull- dodg- ing His time was seven and U'.'u- Will, and Fred Hendersoi afternoon to resume their studies al Upper Canada, Toronto. church will meet as usual this even left this' ing. The W. C. T. U. have re-installed their literature box at the depot, Sir. and Mrs.' H. Warinan have'through the courtesy moved from 15th street to their now' home recently erected in Rivervie'.v. of Mr. S. U. Mr. and Mrs. Mayhe, of Toronto, Mitchell. Divine service will held in St. Augustin's church on Wednesday cvi'.'i- who are touring the wast, are guests' ing in the interests of the fortlicom- with Rev. A. C. and Mrs, en, jng mission, route to the coast. The Women's Foreign Missionary Sirs. L. M. .Johnstone and Mrs. society of Knox church will meet for W. A. Buchanan were tea hour host- tiic first time this season on Friday esses at the Country Club on Sal'ir-.afternoon :j o'clock-. day. The. mid-week service of Knox Mrs. Mary Connors, Miss Rose Con-, church on Wednesday nors and Mrs. William O'lleire, R p.n) jn when of Sweet' Grass, visited the the subjcct will he "The cure oi dreu's Home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howell Karris, ac- Wesley Ladies' Aid will meet .on companicd by Mrs. C. A. al three'o'clock', left on the local Saturday afternoon1 for Bow View Ranch, How Island. Mrs. -L H.. Wallace, Mrs. ,W. U.j The hostesses will be Mrs. A. _ Souih- ard, Mrs. S. U. Mitchell and Mrs. McLelland and airs. A. M. Grace, gf Medicine Hat, have returned the week. Izv, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K- J. Gordon, who has been ill with in-. ilamation of the muscles, was able to he out on Saturday for the time in two weeks. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C., D-l'.U, returned yesterday morning fiom n. short stay in Winnipeg. Mr. Conv- buarc leaves tomorrow to spend a "ew davs in Edmonton. A.m regatlonal mceting win bc Andrew's church this ev- ening regarding tlie pulpit vacancy. The moderator, Rev. K. Simpson, of Noble, will preside. The Parish Auxiliary of St. Cypri- an's church will resume their meet- ings on Thursday afternoon at 3.30 in the church. Every woman of ibe j congregation is cordially invited. The workers-of the Home Depart fifths seconds from the lime his horse left the scratch. In that Ume he rode about seventy. five yards before catching up with the steer, iiinijietl from his saddle on the steer's hack, caught the horns, threw his light k nee- in front of the steer's nose and Uimbled the animal in almost, a coin-' plcte aoniersa.nl t, avoiding mar- velous agility being caught under the steer's body. Among the other world's championships decided that for steer roping; by Kd. Echols of Dragoon, Alt the events were followed by their Koyal Highnesses with the keen- est interest. Tom Three Persons, an Indian from the .Blood. Reserve, code Cyclone, the1 famous outlaw horse from Oklahoma which had never been ridden before and had a record if hav- ing thrown a -hundred and twenty- nine 7nen who bad attempted to ride him1, the throwing of the hundred and twenty-ninth having been in the arena on Friday afternoon, when ibe Duiie was present, in the Royal box with the Duchess and Princess Pat- ricia. Tom Three perfor- mance in riding Cyclone was a mar- vel of horsemanship, the crowning event of the Stampede. Cyclone bucked viciously, and resorted to nil his vicious tricks, including the imst dangerous one of rearing up twisting his body and then jumping sideways. Tom having; mustered Cy- clone came before' the Royal- box on his own horse. .1. ELECTED FOR SPEEDYTR1ALS JU'DGE WJNTER PRESIDING AT A SPECIAL SHOOTING CASE special sitting of; the District Court began this morning with Judsc Winter presiding. The cases sot down lor hearing were all oi a criminal na- ture. John Carroll, charged .with shoot- ing with intent to murder, elected to he tried -speedily. H. ,J. Clitic and Arthur -Lehman, menl of Wesley church are asked, to charged with pickporkcting, are ready meet in the church parlors on trjai elected to he tried day afternoon at 3.80. This is :m j speedily. Richard Holt elected to be Miss Woods, of Stratford, Out., portant iraeling, and the attendance ter of Mr. V. O. Woods, manager of should lie large. the Bank of Montreal, who has been! visiting in the west for the last two! The Young People's Choral union months, left for home this afternoon.; rehearsals for concert to lie giv- tried speedily on the charge of anriuc- I tion.. William Kelly elected to be tried in the Supreme Court "in Octob- er on the charge of escaping Jrom custotiv- The dates oi the trials have 1 en in October, will commence to- Thc hoys' class of Knox church monow (Tuesday) evening, at eight have invited their lady friends to a o'clock in church school room- picnic, which will be held at Hcnder-! As the time is short Mr. Layipii re- son park on Friday evening. The quests that all old members pros-, picnickers will leave for the park at pectivc members on hand, six o'clock. i The mimes of Mr.s. Carry, gupcrin- Mr. Sharpe. of the HmU-on s rf jnothcrs, me'ti fores, Calgary, and formerly a Vri! ,nr superintendent of her of the staff at the company's lo- cal store, is holidaying in this week. the .Airs. C'. A. Carruthers, of Fnrt lienton, Mont., rnother of Mrs. Unw- ell Harris, arrived in the city Fri- day evening, and while in the city was the house guest of .Mr. ami Mrs. FieUlliou.su, Mrs. McBurney, Mr. Mor- rison, Mr. McHurney, Dr. D'Arc and Mr. Thomas, of Diamond City Mr. Black and Mr. UcHart, of Coiilhui'st, were visitors at the city tennis courts on Katurdav afternoon. lion. Senator and Mrs. .1. A. LOUJV lumber camps and miiics, who were appointed al the W.C.T.U. meeting on Friday, did not reach me imUl this morning and hence did not np- in Saturday's account of Uie meeting. SI 10 was the splendid sum j by the Wick-room Sunbeams through Flower Day, which they observed on Saturday. The Morris Theatre, I he Benlley Co.'s store and Jackson's Drug store u ere headquarters foe flower distribution, Miss F.laine Cony- heare, Miss Hawdsn and Miss Hatch being in charge. Tea was served in the Misses Mc- j I.eay's store afternoon and evening. i Mrs. C. F. Cony heare presided, heed of Calvary, entertained at ilin-; ner Friday night in honor of Their! Koyal Highnesses, when the following were present: The Duke and Duch- ess of Connaught and the Princess Patricia, the Lieu tenant-Governor of Alberta and Mrs. Hulyea, Premier and Mrs. Sifton, His Worship Mayor Mitchell, Col. Lowther, Miss PeUy, her assist-sinls being Mrs. H. ,1. Oor- don, Mr.s. -I. K. Hodgson and Sliss The Sunbeams wish to thank ehon Hros. for tiablus and chairs, the Pony Express for cartage, the Quick Print for badges, and the Misses Mc- Leay for the use of their store, as well as all, who in any way contri- A i bitted tlie success tho ilav. Miss Adam, Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Naughlon, Ottawa Patrick Burns, and Clarence LougheeJ. The dining- room was decorated with quantities of Richmond roses and the drawing- room with pale pink rosca. A uuiet woddinft was solemnised at To Get White Swan Yeast Cakes yon can't get Whte Swan Yeast Cakes from your grocer, send your and address, mid wo will send froo sample of White Swan Yeast. Cakes and toll what grocer in your town kGopg it. Wiilto Swan Spices Ccrcultij Toronto, Out. Fail Styles for Children in Dresses and Coats Mothers with girls to clothe will appreciate the magnificent showing of Coats, Tailored Suits, Wool Dresses and Nov- elty Dresses that we have assembled, with particular regard to the wants of youngsters between the ages of 6 and 1 8 years The children's clothes question we know is, as a rule, a very difficult problem'to solve, but we have solved it by making this store the headquarters for CHILDREN'S APPAREL The itylet that we are showing are adapted to the ages for which they are intended, and are not merely copies of the styles th'at wear. They typify girlish'style in it's best sense. There isn't a feature of correct dress missing. They are the best values and handsomest styles we ever offered Exclusive styles in Fall Coats for girls in Red Ruro Coats, Tweeds, Blanket Cloths and Chinchillas, with large shawl collars and cufft, a splendid coat for fall and winter wear Prices range from to FROCKS FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS---A magnificent array of offerings, in which' every mother should interest herself without delay. They are simple but dainty, and above all the prices aren't big enough to be annoying, pure Wool Serges in all popular colors, just the very thing for school wear Prices range from to HUDSON'S BAY CO. FRENCH WIN BIG AVIATION EVENT Chicago, HI., Sept. Verdine driving his Deperdussin monoplane, without a stop, ed the course of 124.8 miles !n the Jas. Gorden race in 70 minutes, 56.85 seconds. not yet been fixed. Pleaded f.uilLy Alexander McGregor pleaded guilty on the charge of uttering worthless cliques in this city and elsewhere, lie was remanded for sentence. Taher Shooting Case Tho time of the court was pallv taken up with tile case of Fra.nk Muller, Taher, who is charged with intent to murder one (leo. ,O. Ylenner, by shooting at him on -July 22nd, last. The complainant is a sheep rancher and was in company with his brother William at tin1 time of the s'iiooting. There was some -trouble ov- er accused driving William Runner's cows tow'anls Tulier a V.TI, spoke in his hand. lie was throwing it at the cows and hitting them on the hind legs and complainant asked him to stop. Atru.sed for some iin- known reason h'carnc sulky and e- fuscd to drive (he cows any farther. Later it is alleged the accused threat- ened tiie complainant, which was fol- lowed by the sound of revolver shnts. Complainant heard one bullet wh''s- tlc o'Tr bin he was umter impression Muller was firing at him. Wm. tte.nner, eoiuplainani's brother, also corroborated this story. The chief of police of Tabor gave evi- dence as to receiving the complaint against accused. The accused was put. in the hoi on his own defence and testified Iliat he was shooting just for the fun of tho thing. He had never bad any quar- rels previously with ihc Kenncr bro- thers. Prisoner Acquitted After hearing arguments of Mr. Conybeare for the Crown and Mr. Johns tone for the defence, His Honor acquitted the prisoner accepting his version in preference to that of the English Financers Visit Lethbridge Col. Horniolow and Col. F. Horni- blow, of London, Kng., spent yester- day In the city. These two gentlemen have large interests in Western Can- ada, and arc en their return from Vancouver. While in the city t-h-ey were guests of K. H. Wilson, and ex- pressed themselves as well pleased with Lethbridge, a city in ihe mak- ing. TOO WET TO GO UNDER CANVAS DUKE AND PARTY WENT UP TO BANFF MUCH TO THEIR DISAPPOINTMENT Cochrane, Alia., Sept. of- going under canvas-at'the camp prepared on Ghost River, seventeen miles from here, the Royal party will go to Banff this afternoon. Captain Bulkoley, aide-de-camp, rode over in the rain yesterday to the camp, and the report he brought, back in regard to-the roads and >the condi- tions at Uw camp, as tho result ot the heavy downpour which set in on Sat- urday evening, was such that it was judged best to forego for the present, at least, the intended sojourn in tents. Their Royal Highnesses, especially Princess Patricia, arc greatly disap- pointed. The detachment of Ro.va! Northwest Mounted Police, under command of Inspector Duffus, is''remaining, .it tbe camp, and if the weather Rcyal party 'will return hero from BanfE tomorrow, and go to tho camp I always use WINDSOR Table Salt. YOU can't reasonably expect to make a. light, flaky pic-crust, if tlie salt you use is yrittj, liMu-ondbilicr. Is the standby in Canadian Canada's best cooks. It's pure am ne ana wou't Equally good for the Ublc, for cooking and 53 omea, re ami fine ana for a couple oE days special" tront flak- ing and'dhck shooting.' Yesterday rain- ceased, the Duke and Princess Pat- 'accompanied by the aides-de- camp, went out riding- Finding the ruHiia heavy, they -went across conn- try. The Princess rode for the first' timo in. a Mexican saddle, which was used by tho cow girla at the Stam- peda, and showed, herself an accom- plished horsewoman. The riding party were out an hour and a half. Our plant is open for your inspection at any time. Welcome is the word at 1610-2nd Phone 378 and our wagon will i leave you a sample loaf of ;