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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, .September THE LBTWBRIpflt; DAILY HERALD MILADI EDITED BY "INO" PHONES: Qfflc., 1214 DOCKET FOR DISTRICT COURT QUITE A LENGTHY LIST OF AC- TIONS SET DOWN FOR HEARING Oh. for that charity That In humanity Sees God in every face, Though barn ol' any Bruce; Oh, for thuL KOiitlenosB Which slill is tenderuosB; Knows that though sometimes wrong, souls to Ood holong. Give- me Jin hunihlo ililml. Jlcilp me, O to llnd 'i''hy work in all mankind, l.ovintv and true; flive me that Kcutlonuea, still is tenderness, Seeks for the loveliness Hidden from view. G. Cohh. Mts.. D. A. Simpson, who has hcen fitimni'ering in the east, is expected home'at'the end of the week. Miss Uiisooll, Hull hlock, who has been confined to her apartnients for some days with a severe cold, is tu be ont again. Mrs. William Lawrence, Winni- peg, is the raison d' ctrc ol a bridge inatint.ie, whit-h will claim Mrs. T. I1', Kirkham and Mrs. Stanley Kirk- ham as hostesses on Saturday. >Uss -WinnUred McNally. who has teen a guest with her brother, fir. 'A. JlcNally, left this morning for Kcgina. Mrs! Bowman, who has al- so been visiting with Mrs. Hillis, leaves tomorrow tor Didsbury. i The' Canadian Order oi Chosen Friends will entertain at A dance m itlie S.O.B. hall this evening, and the affair promises to he a most delight- ful evening. Mrs. 13. N. HiginboUmm will U hostess of a six table bridge tomor- row night in courtesy to Mrsi Ham- ilton, of Ottawa, who is Mrs. W. A. house giic.st. Mrs. C. .1. mid Miss Lu- eile Eckstonu returneii this morning from a delightful trip cast during "they visited in Chicago, Buf- falo, Toronto and Winnipeg. Lord., Clinton -and Colonel Trefusis, of London, England, were in the city for a few hours today, eii route from Vancouver. Both gentlemen paid a visit to Superintendent Wilson at the manager of the. Hank of .Montreal in Lethbridine. Uev. Mr. Hall tied the nuptial knot in the presence of some forty quests. The stiered eiHiice was beautifully decorated with ferns, roses, valley lilies anil slmilax, thti yuest pews he- ing marked hy bows- of while satin ribhun. Promptly :ti the appointed hour the hridf, escorted by her hrotjicr, 0. M. Proud, manager ol the Union hank at Maeleod, wha gave Jiev away, entered the church. She was an at- tractive picture in her going away costunie, a smartly tailored navy blue suit, ami black velvet hut with blue plume anil wee pink rosebuds. She wore the groom's gift, a magnificent diamond carried an imnrunso shower of roses and valley lilies. She was preceded lo the altar by her bridesmaid, Miss Audrey Keale, of Luthhridge, who was- prettily gowned in pale grey with heavy lace accessories and black picture hat with rose adornment. She car- ried an exquisite bouquet o[ pink roses. The groom was supported by W. MaUarris, of this city, while Mr. llnrnes and Mr. Scoiigall, of Maeleod acted as ushers- Immediately after the ceremony a reception was field at the bride's home, when Mrs. Proud was assisted by Mrs. T. E. Nealc, of Lethbridgc. Airs. Proud wore a handsome cos- tume ol black velvet with gdld-bead- ed trimming and black I ?.lrs. Neale was becomingly gownei! i' in black satin with elaiiorato triu nuiigs ami black hat. j The drawing rooms were fragrant and pretty with pink and white car- nations, roses and greenery, while, the dining tsfole was very effective with its lace doilies and silver appointments, pink und while carnations and sirni- lax completing ihr, scheme of riecnra- tion. Mr. and Mrs, Woods left for New j York, where they will "spend two weeks before going, .to Montreal, where Mr. Woods has recently, teen appointed assistant manager of the Bank of Montreal. Clubs arid Societies Tho docket for the District Court which opens next Tuesday before Judge Winter, Is the largest in tho history or the city, and IB publiyhed herewith: Shepard VH. Soloo, counsel Fulmar Lewis; Shepherd Dunlop. Hatcher vs. Club Cigar Stores and Lenianc, counsel PiUmcr !-.ewlH; Johnatoiie Ritchie. Harrie WhiUujy, counsel Palmer Lewis; Ives Ball. Clliie vs. Shower, counsel W. V. Poapst.; R. A. Smith. Soice V'.i, Haek'enlftilet, counsel Shepherd Dunlop; Palmer Lewis, Small Deiits Lewis vs. Farrow, coumsel Palmer j Lewis; Ives Ball. Citizens Lumber Co., vs. Primrose, counsel Shepherd Dunlop; in person Soice -vs. Green, counsel Shepherd Uunlop; in pei-son. Tigho vs. .lorgeiiBon, counsel Pal- mer Lewis; Conyhearo Co. Murray vs. Taylor and McGuire, counsel, RlcKonzJe Menxie; Ives Ball. United Editors vs. Palmer, 'counsel Shepherd Dunlop; iu person. Fran vs. Moran, counsel Palmer Lewis; B. N. Colllson. PongiUy etal vs. Cluff. counsel, Shepherd Duhlop; in person. Western Supply Co., vs. counsel Shepherd Dunlop; in person Fawns Threshing'Co., vs. Cluff Romriel, counsel Palmer Lewis; in person. Hoy Electric Co., vs. Rep: Cigar -counsel McKenz-ie Menzie; in person. Lethbridgo Weybnrn Co., vs. Pronse counsel, Conybeare Co.; Shepherd fc Dunlon. Pioneer Lumber Co., vs. M duty re, counsel, Shepherd Dunlop; in per- son. Fisher vs. Krickson, counsel John- atone Ritchie; in persont Velrel vs. Moor, counsel, W. V. Poapst; -Shepherd Dunlop. Lethbridgc Saab Door Co., vj. Taylor, counsel, Conybearo Co.; W. S'. Bull. Raimondo vs. Ilaimpndo. counsel Coiiyheary Co.; L. H. Putnam. Union Bank of Canada, vs. Kinir.v, etal, counsel Johnstoue Ritchie; in person. Pioneer Lumber Co. vs. Jones; coun- eol In person; ta person. j International Harvester Co. vs. Bow- man, counsel Shepherd Dunlop; Johnstone RUchic. j Hanks .vs. Shoemaker, counsel John- ihi.s afternoon for Winnipeg. Their trip is'one of pleasure. A Vienna despatch of today's date lays "Tho marriage of Arch- duchess Elizabeth Franmka, daugh- ter pt" Archduke Francis Salvatorc, and Count Geo. Von Waldburg, a dra- goon oflicer, took place today in the Castle Chapel of .Sohloss in ihe presence of Eiwperor Francis .Jos- eph. Tlic a'rchduchess, who was born at [Vienna in January, 1802, recently re- nounced her royal rights. Count Von Waldburg was formerly the tutor of the archduchess and her brothers. Chas. E. Saunders, Dominion cerealisi, is in the city today, making his annual inspection of the Experi- mental Farm. Dr. Saunders is con- nected with the department, of experi- ment stations. Mrs. -Church and Miss Church, of 'Chelsea, and Alderman and Mrs. Mc- Laren, of Brockvilie, who were quests with Rev. A. (J. and Mrs. Cameron, have gone to rhc coast, Mrs. Camer- on her guests on their trip to the coast oitios. "A number, Who attended the Woods- Proud nuptials, which were solem- in-Maeleod last evening, in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Ander- son, Mrs. Jackson Mrs. L- M. Johnstone, Miss YYinirr, Miss Hutler, Dr. McNMly, Mr. T. Robert- son and'Mr. Harnsley. t 4 The took place a1-- Methodist church, Moose .law, today of A. E. Humphries ami Miss Rachel both of Regina. The bride is n sister of Mayor McAra, of Hcjriua, woons-pROuri Christ, church, Maeleod, the isciMie of an ultra fashionable wcd- at- n'.ric-thirty last evening, when Miss Ruth Newton Proud was united to Mr. Frank Gray Woods, formerly The Brown Betty Tea Room Open U a.m. to 6 p. m. ff Business Men's Lunch At 40 centb, from 12 to 2 p.m. rout to' any -club" or., organJaatinn" for use at dances, parties, etc. Thev can I be obtained by communicating with, Mrs. C. F. P. Conybearc, telephone 1201. The Conundrum Tea, which .is. to he held in the basement oi Wesley church j at S o'clock this evening under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society, to be most enjoyahl.e, and the ladies should be rewarded with a large attendance. The Flower Guild will pay its weekly visit to the Gait hospital to- morrow afternoon. Donations of gar- den blossoms will-be gratefully re- ceived. Ball; Laurie. Schroeder vs. counsel John- stone Ritchie; H. J. McDpugall, Gnlbraith vs. Fqisia, S. Ball; In person.' V Workmen's Compeniatlon Toth-vs. A. U. ft I. Co., counsel John.- stone ft Ritchie; G. A. Walker. Vftseleiiak vs. C. P. R. Co., counsel Johnatone Ritchie; G. A. Walker. Appeals Brower vs. Hildroth, .H. J. McDougall; Conybeare. Church Ale- Arthur. Of Interest to Women "A So-called Old Maid" insets .that. a woman is happier without a husband than with one. She writes: "More and more do unmarried wo- men, as they travel through'the world even of the best society, realize that their single1 life is a life of single blessedness. The vow that binds poo- pie together with no tastes of sym- pathies in common, cannot create bles- sedness, und the woman thus hound is lonelier through life than a veiled aim. No other companion of the other sex can she seek; though she may -see htm in society and realize their simil- arity oC tastes und feellugs, and know that were she possessed of her for- mer single blessedness she would en- joy communion at times with him; she knows the irrevocable; vow pre-, vents it and she must through life be thus alone. "So more ami more do women shrink from double blessedness, though often urged upon them by many sultore, and noble useful, happy lives as spinsters." DISGRACEFUL CONDUCT In police court this morning, two of the women of the re-strict-ad appeared on the charge of drunken- ness. They 'were arrested by Sergt. Kronlng after they had driven in from Royal .View, nearly killing the horse 'by fast driving. They were intoxicated at the time, and were raising a disturbance in'the business section of the city. Tho magistrate soaked them and coats each, "as a lesson to other women of the district that they must keep with- in the prescribed area, Corner Third Avenue, and Fifth R. WILSON SMITH DEAD Hit-Mayor R. Wilson Smith, of Mon- treal, died lawt 'weak, tlu was one of Montreal's solid men. PRINCES' FOND OHM) JOKE KING'S SONS PLASTERED SUF- FRAGETTE MOTTOES ON ROOM London, Sept. suffragette" prank played by Albert and proves that the two sons of the King are just two plain red-blooded human hoys. The incident happened jusi aEter somebody looted' the 'red flags from ihe golf course at Balmoral, and left purple "votes for women" flags in place of them. That was bad enough, "but '.it was worse when similar posters w.ore found a day or two Inter, .plastered on the door of the guest, room' of the Lord of tho Admiralty, Wlnfffon Churchill, who was visiting nt Bal- moral Caslle at the time. Likewise there were posters on all the automo- biles in the royal garage. The Queen was furious. She sus- pected the servants and made a rigid H took a week of hard sleuthing to run down the real cul- young princes. They did not really sympathize with the "votes for women" campaign, the} said whon they were cornered. They only did it for fun, and bagged to he forgiven. As there was nothing else to be done, the royal clemency was finally extended. The Queen compelled both princes to apologize in person to Mr. Churchill, however. ALL DEPENDS ON LABOR Montreal, Sept. comple- tion of thn Grand Trunk Pacific will largely depend on the supply of labor which Is so scarce at present, to the announcement made at the Ornnil Trunk Pacific offices. FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIAL the HUDSON'S BAY Cold snaps are not the only kind you can get these days. Come and ,see us and we can give you ginger snaps, and any other kind of snaps. By the "other kind" we mean and snap them up THE "IMPERIAL AND MANHATTAN" SHOES FOR MEN who like style, in valour, patent, and blucher style, Also Gunmeial button, with kid to.u pntl strong toe. Jp Qg Regular value, Friday 'and Saturday......................-.......-........ V w "Everybody's doing il" Doing what? Buying Shoes! At the big 10-day Shoe Sale BOYS' BOX CALF, BLUCH- ERS, a splendid shoe for school wear, sine 1 to 5. Regular value Friday and Saturday, 4 QC MEN'S STRONG WORKING BOOTS, guaranteed handle tho girlR who would come under their Jurisdiction. Accidentally Shooting SHOT TWO AND Quebec, -Scpi. autumn toll of hunting accidents was increased by another victim yesterday, when U. Al. Fairchilrt, jr., the _wcll known Canadian author and publicist, was found lying; dead in the woords on tin- bank of the Jacques Car tier riv- er near his country residence at Cartter. His gun was by his side and a shot, wound in his body. How lie met death is unknown, but it is surmised that the gun went oft Ritlier through his stumbling nv through being .entangled in the branches. H. E, GILLIS TO RUN Calgary, Sept. out as the people's candidate for civic re- form, ex-City .Clerk H. E'. OUlis, on Wednesday morning announced him- self as candidate for mayor of 'Calgary at the next civic elections. FAMOUS PILOT DROWNED Quebec, CJue. Sept. body of George Dngas, who wns once one of tho heat pilots on tho Si. Lawi-onea river and who has been missing from his homo at Lcvls since Sunday last baa been found floating vn the vivor near Chaucliere Curve. LADIES' BOX CALF BOOTS sewn soles, solid leather; a good boot for Pall Reg- u.tar value Friday and Saturday, per pair. Black Viet "Kanl- SHp" soles vprlng heel." Sizes 3 to 7. Regular value fl.50; Friday Sat; pair CHILD'S A good aiile Itt red, brown white. Friday and Saturday, per pair Suggestions for the Pantry From Ouir Grocery Department Beit Creamery Butter, per Ib. PotntoM, 20 Ills, for 25c; 50 lor 5Oc and 100 poniids Huntley best mixed biscuits, Ib. 25c Poujton Noels, English Rolled Ox Tongue; regular value 11.00. Friday and Saturday: SOc {packed in glass jars) ANOTHER POPULAR PARCEL SPECIAL 3 Ib pail Ljrd; 24 1-2 Ib. sack Hudlon'i Bay Flour; 1 tin Hudson's Bay Baking Powder; 'The whole Parcel Friday and Sat- ME- urday for.................... 9 W 6ROCERY DEPT. PHONE 313 NEWS FROM OUR MEN'S WEAR DEPTV The Season of Changes, How About Underwear MEN'S RIBBED WOOL ONE-HALF HOSE Scotch fingering, colorBrio heath- er mixture and hlac-. Regular value 35c per p-aar. Friday and Saturday four pairt DESIRABLE BARGAINS in Our Housefurnishing Department for Friday and Saturday Curtain Goods REMNANTS 'OF CURTAIN An odd lot of Curtain Madras Muslins, and. Casement is an item you cannot afford to overlook. On sale Friday and Saturday at HALF PRICE J KILLED HIMSELF FAMILY QUARRELS SAID TO BE THE CAUSE OF BROTHERS AWFUL DEED San Francisco, Sept. Hall, known hflre as Arthur Knabel, shot his brother, James .1. Hall, in the down town office late yesterday, tiien went to his victim's apartnients, fifteen away, killed Sirs. James ,1. Hall, and commuted suicide. Family quarrels are said 10 have cause.fi rhe shcoting, Arthur Hall was 28 years. olA', and regarded as an ecceiitric character. He is supposed to have assumed a false name, to prevent live hotel man- agement knowing he was a bro- ther to the manager of the SI. Fran- cis Import Co., by whom he. was em- ployed. ARCHBISHOP HOW.LEY.. ILL .Montreal, Quv., Sup'. bishop Howley, of- St; John's, Nnw. 1'oumllaml, was taken sildendly 111, while oil a va'cnllon In'Montreal, and. is. at present in tlie Royal Victoria Hospital. 'J ;