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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta .September 11, 1913 THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 9 MILADI EDITED BY -INO" PHONEI Itei- The marriage ol Miss Ktkel AND DISTRICT dcii, tcrmcrly of Kt. Thomas, and Mr. W. M. Oaiidson, editor ot the Ualgaty Mgiuiag AUicrtas, quietly soleiMiUeil at Ualgaiy Kuox I'reslyttrian Manse labt night at 9 o'clock- Kev. J. A. (.'larVe performed the ccieinony. Mr. and Mrs David- son wilt tjlic up residence in theii beautiful r.nv home iu liosedale. Some uf the things, ibat uiucb to the Kreatttess ol Wash- iigton are not beyond reach of any ofie..Kur example, lie wrote: "I neirr Bay am thine ot a man, that 1 have tho smallest siruple iu savins to him.11 r 7 Nothing is to he compared for val- ue goodness righes, honor, fewer, pleasure, learning, the whole .world ar.d all in it are not north having in with being good ar.d the utterly best tiling lor a man is to be good even though he were never rewarded for it, and the utterly worst thing.for a man is to be tad, eveu thouiJi l.c 'were'never punished tor': Kingsley. Mrs.-1.-Joseph .'JCracy ind daugh- ters vll revehe on .Saturday after toon, from to'ur'fx six oVJoeV'tor ;lhe lirst tur.e.' ii I.clhbridse at their ii'ornt. 313 12tl St., S. Mr. Cecil in Winnipeg, has beta vis'ituig? relatives hero for -Eoir.c days past, holue' last t 1 ..Mr. ilastings'Mewburn has.retum- to his.final year .'in medicine.'' asters aud scarlet iwfct rejs vere efiective. The liaudi zne ed ly Miss Kjnce and Miss Steep. I'he clever work cl Hance both is reader and pianist was must pleas- ing, as were also a recitation by iliss Sleep and a vocal solo by Miss Mrs. White, Twelfth -St.. was hostess ot a deligbttul A. S'., t him bit tea in connection with St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid yesterday. Twenty lad- ies enioyed all afternoon at sewing, after which Jainty vianjs were serv- ed. A o, who is with s.ster, Mrs. ,.hf> Tav. l ]ldr was joir.ed in marriage to Mr. The ladies ol i.etbbridje certainly j Alfred 1'allett, both of Kipp. believeMn the Hudson's Hay store, j Report, Belna Printed Writing to Vf. O- llnley, secretary o; the Associated BoiiJ. of i Norman S. iUnkln, wMlclty coinmls- I elwier ol the O. I'. K. department of j Natural Resources, tlales that Hie' copy for toe printed rejort of the Sev- j enth irrigation Congress held here. Is in the hands of the government i printers at Ottawa. Soiao forty cuts, most oi taeffl representing scenes In i tho Lethlrldse irrljated district, are included. Mr. Rankln haj beeu in Toronto with the department ot Nat- ural Resources' first exhibit at the Toronto says it haa alt.iited I very wide attention. j Reducing Civic Stiff further reductions iu tho city ball l ttff have been ordered by the conn- I ell. Three rasa now on the payroll will sever itelr with the as the plate to see .Miss Rlhcl Taylor, sister ot was bridesmaid, vbilc up'" to the minute iu style and groom .was attended hy his brother, finish. This waa evidenced yesterday Rupert i'allett. by the steady throng ot visitc'r'i.'who Mr. and Mrs. 1'allctt ,will reside at were present during the after-. Kipp. noon, on tlic occasion ot the fall op- er.ing of the' eiwlleat rto'.'k this firm .Mrs..It. II. Craig, ol Lisbon. -S.D., carries.' -Admiring coroirents ucie Uiwnt toitay wllli her brother and sis- j Mrf A. E. home from Califor- drpss-goqas and suilinga with ittcs-j Vila. Sht leaves tonight lo visit her den silts'to match arc really. lovely Ulster, Mrs. William Uiurie of Card- all "shades were uol'.ccd. heard en. all'sides. All departments in-ln-law. Mr. ,iui) contain beautiful "lines oI'-gootlG. The! phrles. en route h Mr. and Mrs'. daughter, returned Iroin acation A choice stock oi millinery with .--Dresden pluih hats and broc-adcd vel- vets are on view in Mrs. McMulien's parlors, North I.elhbridge. fr Mr' and Mrs. F. W. Uowner, Miss CMadys Dpwnpr and Mr. Fred Down- er, le-t uv.'.uiolor this mornir-g for Banff to the' week-end. .Mr. 'Roberts, conductor of the Ex- has beeE engaged faVe' chal'gc of IVeslcy :Yas Mitiord. city: Allen Jack, who has teen at- Iraclion manager for the parks In con- ncctlon with hit other duties as mana- ger of the exhibition, will te relieved, ond the office will he closed for the llmo being; William Stevens, who has teen the Mayor's' private secre- tary for the past four or five us, and Sanitary Inspector Vallance'6 as- Distant, will also find work elsewhere. Every possible office will be in i oracr thnt the city "miy live well with- in lie. estimates of current expendi- ture this year. i'1 Miss Diirilop, of Calgary, who bad v-.'heeii tho guest o! Mrs. R. Crawford, 6th Aye., b., for home yester- day.' j; Mr', and Mrs. Hamilton, of Vera '..Saskatchewan, have up their ''residence..in this, cjty, where their .'dauph'feii .f'reijar cor.tinuo studies: able. The chic.liiritona cloths and the daintiest of. dainty Princess slips, combinations, and marguerites ir: silk ajilHace. arc most attractive. It IB-irnposslble eveu. touch'on Ihc various 'all departments inviting according to the indijrld'ua! taste ot three-piece .orchestra excellent music.'and the ladies enjoy- ed a ol tea or an ice in the tea rooia at their pleasure. This ieature is entirely unique in Lethbridge and is surely appreciated. Mrs. was hostess ot a chain .ea in St. Mary's parish hall ysater- day ond the Guild ber.efilted materi- ally. Races for the children resulted Sarah Ward and Janws Carter using the prizes, while .Mrs. Top- lam xvou the favor for guessing the correct weight oi the cate.f-Mrs. Dig- gorf and Mr. Kilr.cr carried ort the Irophips for the correct number of. beans in a hottle. Solos by .Miss Wasbbroot, Mr. Ford, ilr. Hnlsell and Mr. Kilner, and duets by Misses Webb and Dar- ling, and Messrs. Collins ton were enjoyable. Mrs. Jacksou, .Miss Earle and Miss Arnold accom- her panled the vocalists'and. also played for the informal little with which the affair concluded. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Women's Missionary society ol Wesley church met last evening acd decided to join with the W. M. S. ol vVestmmsttr thurch in holding a Rum- Sale- in the Mir.ers' Hall, Thursday, September 25th. The l-'lower will visit the lalt hospital: tomorrow aitetroo... vhen flowers will be gratefully it- If your donation requires to ;e called for, kindly' telephone Mrs. C. V. P. Conyhcare tt 1201. A The Adult Hible class movement of the Christian church will hold a "so- cial evening" tonight at Caledonian ball. 1'rovision has been made for a good time. t Wesley Ladies' Aid.held, a splendid meeting yesterday allerooon, with forty in Mrs. Virtue and 3lrs. Laycoclr were hostesses. The ladies served at the business men's luncheon at. twelve- thirty today. ff f} The- Ladies' Aid of Westminster church will hold a special meeting lu th'e church tomorrow afternoon, when u- full attendance is urged. The Late Mr. Lingard The remains of the bio -Mr. T. Lingard were laid to rist on Tuesday afternoon. Service was conducted at the house by Uev. Mr. Cobbledlck. Wesley church choir tang "Abido with and "Sato In the Arms c! Jeaus." ,Tho respect In which the deceased gentleman was held was shown hy the numerous beautiful floral tributes received, which were OB follows: Harp, from Family; pil- employees of P. Burns Co.; spray, Citizens' Lumber Co.; wreath. Mrs. Hearne and family; wreath, Delany's Meat Market; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Coulliy; .wreath, Wesley church Ep- worili' league; spray, Wesley church Prothcon Clasa; spray, Wesley church spray, ilr. D. FlBher; spray, MT. and Mre. W. HaHern; spray, Sir. and Mrs. H.W. Long; spray. McCarthy tarn. Hi'; spray, ,Mr-. and Mre. Partridge; SDray, ,Mr.. and. MrV. "Barclay. Mrs. Llngarf and family desire to thank the many friends for their Iloral tributes, and expressions ot sympathy. The.fuccral arrangements were personally conducted by Mr. T> S. Felterley. Mr. and Mrs. J) R.. Palfntr liavo 'purchasM Vj-pbman honie to .take p'o 'sessiein'nf'tr.6-first'of the month: t -Sir. ...C.r.K. 1'. Conybeare and daugh- ters, >liss K.. return, tonight "in Calgary. i.i j. Miss Hance, ol Clinton, who .is The Guild members asEisted, while the dainty tea hour viands .were serv- ed by tht Misses Washhrook, Earle, Darling, Biggory and who .were all prettily IrocVcd in vta. Mis, Taylor Is Aid held at the home of Mrs. P. Cain, yesterday The meeting yesterday at the home of Mrs. Taylor wp.s well attended and several plans for autumn activity were'fcrmjlaud. Dainty refreshments were, served by the hostess. i: The chain tea, of the Fifth avenue hun- the success oi tho tea, ose dred guests being present. The marriage of Jessie Helen, sec- .._ ond Mr, and Mrs. Jamea Mrs.; K. A.-Fhatmaa Campbell to ,.oi vvhu. is eldest .Irs. Sydney Jacisoii's'guest.' were i Sloan, will take place the raison d' etre pi a bright mat- inee 'affair 'yesterday, which claimed Mrs. hostess. Ths puests -spent 'an- enjoyable hour with thim- afternoon, a complete success from evers point of view. The vocal solos.given by Mrs. Mrs, P. Jones, Mrs. .Green and and PEILEB "Moose 'Jaw, 'bles until the lea hour, when Mrs. and .Mrs. O. 11. bowman ,-Bliarer) Ihe lionots at-pouring tea and Reptemtcr 17th. ff Mr. and Mrs. C. Raley and sons, George and- Will, leave tomorrow for the cast. Mr. anti Mrs. Rntcy ar.d Ocotge will visit in Ottawa, while go to the ices'at ttie prettily ap-jhis engineering course at .the.Toron- pointed ishler where quantities of'to University- THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle; of "Albetta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thurit-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 Mrs. U'httten and Mine Ada .Earle were thoroughly enjoyed by all, were also the delightful refreshments provided by Mrs. Cain for tho oc- casion. The Indies wisli to especially thank those who so kindly helped in any way to make the tea so success. i Canada Largely Shut Out jorts of wheat and 4 luty will .he imposed 'against-aiiy ountry- who Imposes a duty on-po- aloes. Canada imposes a duly of 2? en Is per hush el on jiolalqes imported rom tho United States, and .under.the provlllons of the pending tariff, no1 aloes irom Canada will pay- a dSily of 10 per cent- ad valorem. The" itemB relating "to .wheat'.1 lour, oats, flajt and polaloea, are the inly items herein mentioned .that are n controversy between the two hous es, the items relating to ta'riey being Ihc same. In the bill as it pausedi the Senata and as it1 went through the ise, and Is therefore settled. {Continued from tror.t Hon. P. spent some hours in the- city today nnd this afternoon was tile, guest ot the Canadian Club at. luncheon, when fitly citizens sat dqwn at the Royal hotel. Mr. Pelletier in a racy speech''dwelt' radstlf oil ItiTirnccinnV RX- 'ressing his in such phrases as "your itove, I some ot the cities in .he east could oiily sec that." Alderman llarotord, representing Pascoe, thanked Mr. Pelletier or hie visit and referred to the treatment ol Moose Jaw by the Grand Trunk Pacific as "the rank conduct ot this railway to o'Jr city." Mr. Pelletier promised to personally nvtstigate this grievance ot the rail- way city; A deputation from the letter car- riers, and mail clerks waited on the postmistfj: general, with regard to seryice. bctternifnt..in tKcir depart- merits.; Mr. Pelletier, who .was accompan- ied by Mrs. Pellefier.'-kr.d his rilecc, Mrs.. Ilelleau, lelt in the Id PROMOTEJRUDE IITHE'EM! Sept. progress is being made.with the arrangements of the -British dominions exhibition to M held in London, has the "-primary 'object1 of ercoiiraj trade" within the. Since Ihe 'first 'meeting .in connec- tion with tho was held at the Royal ColoniablnstHute Novem- ber, under-the Presidency'' of Lord Slrathcona it has'been'enthusiastic- ally taken up'hy. influential men in all parts ol the empire who-leel that the, exhibition will .-.prove ot th gieatest. practical value.. London, Sept. Manchrste (iuardiah nays that, it" umlei stands that.'arrangenicnts are bein ........_____ jj, k'oieniher.' Mt will be attc'nricil hy the premiers ar.t! other "ministers ol 'the self-governing dominions and will dlfitr Irbrn pre- vious c6r.lcr6r.ccs .In that Iho-nues- tlon'of accepting assistance' from India and other eastern colonies In providing a force'of for the Pacific will be up. This pro- posal has emanated Irom the Cham- ber ol Commerce in India. One of the IMS! important questions to be con- sidered relates to the unity ol ac- do Freyne, colonel of.the-.5lh TifttL-Con- PROFITABLY INTERESTING SHOPPING NEWS for all who pay this store a visit on Friday or Saturday of this week EVKR PHKSSlNCi TO l-'HONT willi inoivastil varieties, better qualities, more up-ln-ilatc styles and conveniences for Us patrons, this slorc is growing more popular week hy and is now recognized as Hie favorite shopping rendezvous for true judges of genuine economy. Low prices are a good thing to look for, but unlu.ss dcpcmluhlc qualities and up- lii-dalr merchandise go willi them, they are of no consecjuciicc at all. This store, with its facilities for combining with the chain of Hudson's Hay stores throughout the west, presents for your acceptance, merchandise that for true worth is not surpassed by even the lurgrsl departmental stores in the Dominion, and in addition to our regular splendid values and superior store servkv, oHoi's for those who shop tomorrow and Sat- urday, the following price concessions. You will he well advised lu pay us an early visit tomorrow. Quick Step Bargain In Ladies' and Men's Shoes For Men Filly vaira'of Men's Tan Willow Calf .Gun Metal. Dox Calf and Patent Colt, bluclier style actl button boots.- Union made and welled solid leather soles. Ti.ej-e -are a sample range and some are slightly icarfced baadliux, but utf.hing Umt will. In any vajr impair tho wear or appear- ance. N'ot sire In every Hoe, but every size in- cluded "in'tho Jot. Regular values to (6.50; "aH at For Ladies Ladles' VicI Kid Button and lilucher patent pumps for dress or evening wear; also Vlel and Patent Oxfords. Broken lines, but every wearable elio represented in ihe assort- ment. Regular values from to All in for clearance on Friday and Saturday- at tbe one uniform low price of In Ladies'iWear Dept LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS Made ot line. Silk Finished nlack llorcan Saline and Bteek Linen neat narrow flounce accordeon plated, good fltUux and well mad-. Siies 3G to 42; A J1.7B value for W I W LADIES' AND MISSES' DRESSES l.nllea' sizes 36 and 3S, '.MlEEea' sizes 12 to 16 years, Clolh Dresses for Fall wear. Colors cardinal, navy, and white. Btripa and grey piped with red. 56.60 ftft YOUNQ. Wp.MEN'S DRESSES Three Mrge Sailor Dresses, big Bdllnr collar, trimmed with cardinal braid nnd la.ce up at front A jaunty style and splendidly durable quality. Size, misses 16 and Indlei 3! and 36. }S.50 CA Cft valiia for In Men's, Wear Dept. BALBRIGCAN UNDERWEAR Shirts and Drawers, regular 50o and 75c lines, in final clearance at each MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS Tn faat color neat pin and pencil stripe, double" cufts and detachable collar to match 4 A fl.50 values I I U PJIEN'S CORD: PANTS In semi-peg style, side straps and belt loops. Two hip pockets. Light and dark brown, also drab. Regular 54.00 lor MEN'S NEW FALL HATS Representing a special purchas? in the season's newest siiapea. Plush finish, soft felt la grey, nod green. Priced regularly at ?2.0D for "Axmirister Heavy Pile Airalnster Hearth Hugs in rich Oriental color effects wtth mottled centre and nine Inch quaint border at fach end. 27 x 54. An effective and appropriate rug QC for bed fides. Only............... I V Lace Curtains White Nottingham Lace Curtains, bow knot effect, In border with dalaty scroll design cen- tres. Finished tops. Three yards long. On special sale, per pair wOW In the Grocery Section Two More Dollar Parcels Parcel No. 1 2 Cans Beans 2 Cans Peas 2 Cans Corn 2 Cans Tomatoes Parcel No. 2 -1tb Cheese 1 Bot. H. B. Picktes 1 Bot. Tomato Catsup 1 Tin Clover Leaf ALL FOR Sunlight Sonp. 6 bars ior .25c Pofatoes, 181bs for ..-25C Dainty Refreshments Reasonably Priced Will Popularize Our Tea Room MACARONI, CHEESE AND TOMATOES CORNED BEEF, Potatoel, Peas, or Coffee APPLE PUDDING, or Coffee ORANGES and Devonshire Cream.................... WALNUT ICE CREAM for.................. 25c 30c lOc 25c 10c The Dry Goods Section DRESS GOODS SPECIAL Three hundred yards West ot Knfeland, Tweeds, colors nxdium end dark- greys, navy, grey-green aud brown in monitone stripes and .heather mixtures, In medium weight, suitable for suitings, separate skirts and Children's wear. Special tor Friday aod Saturday IOC PILLOW CASE SPECIAL One hundred only, Hemmed Pillow rases, made of best English Longcloih. 12 and 41 Inches. Special, for Friday and Saturday per pair THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES CADETS WILL I.clhbridge Cadet pattallon will ening supper, bul a cooV'will be tion Reel! between local and Imperlil 'FRO'STS.'DO' NO .HARM VET Mooie Ja'w, SasX, Sept. froals wore reported several palnla r.lghl, but us practically all of (fits year's entire crop has heon already harvested, the farmers are not worrying ovtr weathflr conditions. Threshing Is hoiv" jierieral In thla district, anil along .the "Soo" line lo Weyburn It Is tetlrnated at leatt K ?er cent, of the crop Is threshed. have a taste ol Hie real soMici's file on Friday and Saturday. An all night camp is lo be .established at Six Mile Coulee, south ol the city; About eighty boys have signified their intention o! fOing. They will line up at lour o'clock Friday even- ing, and male the march in regular order to the camping ground. Here the commissariat with lets 'and Saturday's tents, rations will meet .them. The, boys will pitch their 'camp in regular order, post sentries, and do everything ID regu- iir military order. Each boy Carry In his knsssack bil along 'to-look after this import- ant pjrt ol the business on Satur- day. On Saturday morning the battalion will be divided, and a sham battle will talce place. This will occupy the whole lorcnoon. In the afternoon ath- letic sports, tarjnt practice, swiin- mlr.g and basehall will fill'. in tho time. battalion will return on Saturday evening. Lieutenant Filnier will be officer commanding in charge ol the expedi- tion..He will be assisted hT Jtcssts. Roberts, Frame, .Itnnings, Cameron, I.ieut. Oilmoie, and Kcv. Ml. Orccn who will go alftjR as chaplain. Mr. Srierrmn IE Pfeased William D. Sherman, the Calgary beatrlcal magnate. Is in tba city to- day. This Is Mr. Sherman's first vfrlt ho secured control of the Mpr- rln Thealrp, and he is eallsfled .that.' ho made a good deal In securing It lie intends lo give a good line of for ihe winter, crowds slr.ee Hie theatre came under] his'managemeDt have Icon large. Mrs. James Tremalno of Llstowci dropped