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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta vl 21, THE LETHBBIDfiE DAILY HERALD mot 1 P. t'rf '4 The Grill Cafe 410 FIFTH STREET.-SOUtH Sow open for business, with strictly White Help and Up-lo-Date. _ Yeats arc the finest the market all'ords, the cooking unexcelled. Service the ho'-t. THE ON.LY LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CAFE IN TOWN PARTIES AND BANQUETS CAT.EREO FOR AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALTY GIVE IT A TRIAL Look at This for 50c Alexandra Hotel Cafe SUNDAY DINNER 5.30 TO 9.00 O'CLOCK SOUPS Cream of Chicken Francaitft RELISHES Crlip Celery .Consomme Royale Silted Almbndi FISH Soiled Chicken'Halibut Sauce Pommes Hollandaise ENTREES Siiute of 1912 Lamb Chops, Maeedonle Fricasee'bf Spring Chicken, Parisienne Compote of Peachel'WIth Rice, Richelieu Pineapple Sherbet Prime of Weitern Beef Yorkshire PuddlHf Roast Mallird Duck, Red Currant Jelly 1 VEGETABLES Maihed Potatoes Steamed. Potatoes Garden Peas New Cauliflower au Gratln Shrimp Silad Mayonnaise' DESSERT flreen Apple Lemon Cream Pie Steamed Fruit Puddln.g, Brandy Siuce Neopolltan Ice Cream Cake C.nadlan Cheese and Riislns die Nolr SERVED FROM 5.30 TO 7.30 linu to Jive a little llower, 1 line for friendship anj houi Hit there it, no limp to spaie to till the houis full ol the rich- est freight, to fill them tnl, life of thought, feeling, action as thej puss by Dm. moir-ent ol sell con quest, oiu. good action really done ont effort to do right realh nadf, has the leal ol time put on It F C larke Mrs Mcltic retained this afternoon 1R. 1CHENER TO SEE MR. BORDEN 'INTERVIEWED IN TORONTO WAS SECRETIVE AS -TO MISSION Tormto, Sept 31 Close tMr I Michcntr M.P.P., leader (olisenatni. opposition POLITICAL RUMOR ATCRANBROOK HERALD MAN HEARS THAT BRIDE -IS TO GIVE PROV INCH" MORE SEATS Me MILADI 1M4- 'COITED BY "IMO" PHONW: from.the east, :wuer'e summer. the Mrs Joints Peat, o! Petrolia is the guest of ner son, "Mr iN fl Peat Mr J Hanralian has been i Catdstou usnor for the past fm d.J'S. Ursula, the -little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Elton, who Is in the Qnlt hospital .with typhoid [ever, is progressing very favorably Mr. E. D. Black, the famous tennis player 01 Diamond City will plnv at the local courts this' afternoon. Mrs. Gibbons and Mjss Gibbons, ot Montreal art, guests Mrs W F MacDoriald. Miss Gibbons formerly resided ia the city Miss Edna this, ai- tcrnobn for Toronto, where she will complete her studies at' Queen's, uni- rssity t Miss Mary Simpson, who has been on. air extended visit to -Winnipeg, leaves oh Tuesday to visit in Minne- apolis before returning home. Mrs. Maywood, of Winnipeg, and Mrs. A. M. Wright, o! Medicine Mai, who have been guests with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wright, left today for Taber. where thev will visit Mr. 15. W. Wright, Mr: and Mrs. W. H. McLelland, Miss Elaine Conybeare, Mr. Wallace and Mr George Ross who motored to Meilicine Hat and the Wallace ranch some days ago, are expected home tomorrow Miss Harris, the Dry-Farming Congress office, who was operated on at the Gait hospi- tal sonie time ago, is recuperating rapidly and 'wilt 'be able to resunve; Mr. C. A. Stephens went to Medi- cine lint yesterday to meet Mrs. Stephens and children, Marjorie and Gtorge, on tlieir return front an ex- tended visit in Detroit, Toronto, Havergal and other eastern points The marriage of Miss Ellen, young- est daughter of Michael Webb, to C J. Stuart, of for- merly of Glandford, Out., took place in St. Joseph's R. C. Church, Clrims- by, yestcrMay Mrs. E. N. Higinbotham was host- ess of a delightful bridge last even- ing in honor of Mrs. Hamilton, ol Ottawa. Six tables were in .play, the pretty fivors being won by Mrs P. L. Nqismith, Mrs. E. H. Wilson, Mr. W. A'. Buchanan and Mr. A. B. Stafford. Mr. Uarhum, of the Bank of Mont- real at Nelson, formerly of the local branch, who. has been on a trip east, is i week-cud Msltor with Mr and Mrs. C. F. P. Conybearc, Riverview, en route ta Nelson. The engagement Irene Currie, of is announced ol Calgary, second trate Francis l.ove and Mrs. Love ol London, Ontario, to Mr. Eldrcd Jas Archibald, o'J Toronto, only son o Mrs. Ashbel Archibald of Clinton, On- tario.. The marriage will take place on September the twenty-filth, to St. Andrew's Prcsbvterian Church, Lon don. the duties of her position on day Man Tea was -served as usual at the city lennis courts this afternoon. Satur- f day have been very popll- Herald lar throughout the season, an especi- large number of players enloying .me. The finale of these enjoy- Clubs and Societies PlIWDhH I, MADE IN CANADA r.WCILLETT LO LTD. TORONTO, ONT. Cranhrook, Sept Among the .rumors going the a'U la] A1" rounds regarding provincial politics li the ga: The Wesitv Epworth League hold its regular meeting on Monday nening nheu all the people are cordially invited to he present The Flower Guild, paid its weekly visit to the Oalt hospital jts terdav afternoon, found it' necessary for the first time this season, to. or- deu some hotrhouse llowers, as the supplj of garden blossoms MJS much rtduced to the earlj frosts haMng cut down so 1 he Guild acknowledges .most. gratefully dona- tions [rom-Mrmsir-. :W. S. B. Mitchell. .Mrs. ,1. B. Ross, Mrs. Mclntvre and -Miss Cronkite. the executive of the W. C. T. V, met with. Mrs. W. H. Conibear yes- terdav afternoon with a full.attend- ance.: Reports were arranged for the annual provincial convention which will lie held in Moose Jaw, October. 4-7. Three delegates, H. Conibear. Dr. lletwilev and- Mrs. Thomas Tav.lor, will, represent'- '.the local union at that'convention. The ladies outlined the winter's work vesterdnv and completed ar- rangements for their tent and rest room, which they will have at the exhibition grounds during Congres: in r ronto last nurht n} a stiry to lhe enect that llle jicBnde ible leas will he sened next Satur-( week Thcj coffee and fcis to Ottawa, where he government will bring redis- :onfer on Provincial matters JU. Hon. R. L. Borden. lo not care to indicate qucR- tliat 1 take up wiiii ''r. he told thc Globe niant, but when asked, however. ifi .reduction would not bc'i'iif o: chief topics, he .ctiuiti to m-ile i dcnul On the quc lion of freight rales in nest Mr Alichener said that the sion ol the legislature, to be follow- tributipn measure at the coming srs ed, doubtless; by an immediate ap- peal to the country. In connection with this proposed redistribution mea- sure, it is intimated that Soutli East Kootenay's representation will be ma terially increased. 'The- story goes that Cranbrook and Ferule cities will each be created separate ridings, and that the outlying districts that have in ihwrti was that they j hf.retofore formed portions of the to those of the Fernie electoral dis on- the grounds that thc governT, (TjctSj wjn into separate >cnt had gum thejailroads sufiici-j constituencies. This will jnt mdllLemcnt lo liuild in the. jiew Solltn Kootenay iour rcprcscnt- listrict to warrant its taking n .hand atjves jn tn, legislature in place of day afternoon. sandwiches. MACLEOD DOINGS of the council. The government will begin building at once, so that their various stores may be in proper shape before the cold weather comes. They find new and commodious of Trade and Town Council have tak- j quarters for the central office, which en up the slander case ,against the is crowded. champion rider oi the world, Tom j jiaclcod's new post office is still in Three Persons, by the daily papers, lhc ajr Some om has lia. cnuRcn SERVICES ST. ANDREW'S 18th and 7th avenue north. Sunday services at. "11 a.m. and 7.80. p.m. R-av. William D'ewar will preach. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All are wel- come i FIRST ..CHUHCH OF CHRIST, Bank block. .11 a.m. and ji.ln.. Subject, "Mat- ter." Wednesday evening testimony meeting 8 j m The reading room is open to everyone day from 3 to 5 P m IE cordially in vlted! to atteud; CHURCH Rev. T.--P. Perry paetor H H Ciagg B A, will preach Morning subject at 11 am TJie Privilege of the Children of Grid." Evening subject at 7.30. p.m., The Universal Kingdom Sunda} school and Bible dais at. 3 p.m. The usual pleasant Sunday evening' will be held at the close of the evening service. All members of the. congre gatlon are Invited to enjoj a social visitors and strangers eBBec- lally KNOX Minister Rev.'A.-G.. Cameron. Services 11 a.m. and .7.30 p.m.. Sabbath school at 3 p in The all welcome Bible claas will'meet, at-S .p.m. in the., church auditorium. Chinese class 4 p.m. Mid- week Wednesday evening at' 8 visitors .in the city- are cordially .invited to all ;the se> .vices WESTMINSTER CHURCH (M-B- Rev: Joseph Woodsworth pastor; will occupy, the pulpit at both services, 11 a.m...and .7.30 p.m. Sun- day school and Bible class 3 p.m. All are heartily welcome FIRST At the home of Rev. C. Gth avenue south. 22, services a.m., and 7.30 p.m. Sun- Ja> school at pm Catechism class, Wednesday 4.30 p.m. and Bible study 8 p.m. .ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 6th avenue south. Sept. 15, Sunday, school 2.30 p.m. No services, the pastor will be in Taber. Gate- Your Winter Suit and Over- coat Made to Measure You save to by buying here Oiu new suitings lor nip lioic, fhev consul ol a splendid colJedion ol Scotch, h- isli and English tweeds Blue Homes find Fancy WoiMotK If jou contomiilate the pur-thaie of >oui Pall Suit or Overcoat you di in and sec these samples It will to your advantage. If you are. particular in. the style, fit and cut of your clothes, wo are'here tui please particular people. We take your measure and, guarantee you complete satisfaction in fll, duality and durability, The garments are niade up by uno of the fore- most Expert Clothing Houses In Canada Ilie materials are of the finest standard, and repre- sent the higltus; points .In duality, shadesanil ideas. The workmanship throughout Is of the most careful and artistic character and done by expert tailors. Call in and see these samples. We feel sure, jou win like for the) Ijave already com inandcU the admiration of-all who aeen them Prices ol made to your order rauge Irom tHta.00 I The fust selling in our Big Sahagc Shoe Sale have aheadv estab-( lished a xecord and cicated a big inter- est Among the'tin itty one-, Have you made youi selections vet1? Ff not, come eail) Hudson's Bay A. special invitation is to an? persons nho have been connected with churches of Christ (Disciples) CHURCH OF Services in Caledonian Hall 518 7th St., soutli, at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Suridav-school at 10.30 a.m. A ;wel- come to nil- COWLEY DUKE IS OFF TO PRINCE RUPERT chifim class, Wednesday 4.30 p.m Bible study 8 p.m. and SPENT BUSY DAY YESTERDAY IN NEW WESTMINSTER DSTRICT New Wetlmmst-r B C bcpl 30 Govirnor General, the Ouchess (cor Sth ai e and 18th street North) m and Prmcesi Patricia OB McKinnon, pastor-Sunday will bj thur suite lound upon arriving this forenoon from Vancou- ver bv the electric railway connect- ing the cities thai the tojal had bLdecked llsell in gala at tire for the roval usit The aepot the citv liall, .the- court house and Maclcod, Sept 20 Board j will also be the return of our annual Home" services. Rev. J. F. Hunter, of Bliilrmore, Alta., will preach morning and A v.el come is exlonded to all to attend CHRISTADELPHUNS At 12B7 8th. avenue A, every Sunday alternoon S'.SO for. breaking of bread. Further information can be obtained from Mr. SldnW T. Batsford, 710 Fifth avenue. ST. ANDREW'S 13th and 7th avenue north. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m Rev H. D. Johnson, M. A., li. D.. a grad- uate of Knox. Toronto, Ont., will At the evening service the orgaaist will render the pastoral sym phony from the Messiah, and Miss Marion Tennant, n pupil of Mr Roberts will sing "The Better Land." Sun- day school at S All are welcomo. FIRST BAPTIST Loniev Sept 20 Jeu, the four }ear old daughter of Ml and Mrs i R MclA or taken to Oalt hospital, Lethhndge, on Tuesdaj to be operated on for appendicitis The i mam friends of Mr and Mrs Motior extend thUr sympathy and wish for a speed) recovers for the little one The drivels ol stook-nagons on O V. Burhanan s threshtrg ojtftt aie furnii'ieil a treat in the shape ol a stook loadet This is a novelty in ilns district and mav be a starlet for a large number next year. P B Fraser look in tile tennis ball at Coleman Friday night. A crew of telephone men arrived m tow n this eek and went north to the gap Ihc) are going to lun a line irom the gap to Lille n here thc line oflice This line although running through i thicklv settled district connects, bv wire, one of spots in Alberta with the outside votld 1 arge deposits ol coal ind iron abound in ana about the It i? also a summer resort Sept S public woishlp 11 am Bible I pupils of the city schools wcrcdnun and if not taken hack and apologies n.Mtn--gcneral is bringing it out with I school 3 p.m. Evening worship, 7.30 up so as to form in tilt, mlttei of r-lcs and preventing the rulwajs from discriminating against the nev. nntls in favor of the old How She obtained Good Bread "I have "been Baking now for 12 years" write, one housekeeper, "and have never had 'good brand till 1 used White Swan Sold at all grocers In packages of 6 cakes for 5c. White White Swan Spices Cereals Limited. Toronto, Ont. Theatrical Managers The Grand Theatre, Ferine, modern house in up-to-date town population and large sur- rounding community. Full, size stage and scenic loft, steam heated throughout. The. hand- somest play house between Cal- gliry and the coast. The only theatre In town. Will leate. Im- mediate possession. of- Write T. UPHILL, FERNIE. B. C. two. LITTLE" BOY KILLED Calg-ary. S-3pt. beneath the wheels of a street car, while at- tempting to-escape the Calgary obser- vation car on Eighth avenue this af- ternoon, Johnny Sluhian, the eleven- year-old son of "Wfn, Sluman, died at tho General.Hospital-tonight. boy ran between two cars, lost his balance, slipped feet foremost under the car, the rear wheels passing over his legs, one at; the ankle, other at the hip. LIBERAL PAPER'S PREDICTION Ottawa, SepL Ottawa Free Press, says: "Mr. P. D. RCBB, of this city, it "is said, with the assistance of the members of- the present govern- ment, Is likely, to get'.the nomination for the county rof Carletori, which seat has recently .-been vacant tnrough tho death of 5Ir. Edward Kidd." The Free Press goes on to predict that the plan is to take -Mr. RosViyto the Cabinet upon the first vacancy. Archie Ferguson, a Princ-a Edward county farmer, was killed when caught in the hell of the feeder of a' threshing machine. srnt at once, these papers will have a chance to apologize in court at the next session .1. Ueid, o! Hazelmerc district, leads at present for yield of wheat grown on breaking. It measured CO bushels to the acre. The quality has been graded Xo. 1 Hard. K. Stone, of Spring Point, reports verv fine barley, which he says will give 55 bushels to the acre, and very fine quality A large quantity oi new wheat is being marketed and grading No. 1 and 2. No frost- bitten grain has yet ap- peared on the market. The elevators arc all busy. That the for- the Royal party at Maclcod will eclipse all other receptions is evident' trom the personnel of the committees in charge, and the program as handed out will one that will not be re- peated at- any other visiting town or city. Mayor Stcdnian in the lead it ensures success. The football among the locals, Scotch vs. English, resulted after a hard fought game, in a tie. Playing was good all the time, and the men never in better shape. When the fin- als for the south are played Maclcod should carry the prize. Thc Alberta govcrmnrnt has ap- plied for a site for their southern slor.Wc and distributing warehouse. or will Sir Wilfrid bring it- on his him. If so. lie can'l come too quick return trip. AVel Hirry Former Wife Together by Friend oth-r buildings along the line oi their j REWEDj Royal Highnesses -progress along. Co- lumbia street to Albert Crescent were gay with flags aiid ers stretched from standard to stand- ard and green festoons, adorned the central light poics Thc guest ol honor was escorted bv the 104th :regi- ment and the. band-.of the regiment played "God Save .inc.- King" 'upon alighting of -their 'Royal Highnesses. The proprtss to Mbert C n u as made in motors. At the Crescent the Four horses stolen In Waterloo county In 1910 have been recovered and ono arrest lias been made as a result of a vigorous two days' inves- tigation in tin? vicinity of Tnviatock Bleeding from self-infiicteil hiiltet wounds in the breast and behind the right.ear, Thomas Lego, aged CO. was fouii-u" dying hy boys at Leamington. It has Been Proved That Machela. Nature's Scalp Tonic has a record for growing halrf-99 casw out of 100. It is the only rem- edy ever discovered that is similar to the natural hair foods or liquids ol the scalp. Removes dandruff. Prevents falling hair. Bach package contains a packet of llachela. Dry Shampoo Powder. Price for -complete home treatment, 51.00. Sold and guarant- eed :by Jackson Co. The Brown Betty Tea Room -'Corner Third .we. and Fifth Street South Open Daily 11 a.m. 6 p.m. AFTERNOON TEAS Fresh dally In change. home made cake our Woman's Kx- the word They 'sang Ciod King ind 'Ihr Maple leaf" Mayor then prtbentefl thc cult ..drtrcsi, of welcome in which tcfeitnte was made to thc thai Sundai school and Btblf class 1 p m I and the fact Communion S JO a m on tho fust and t rescr-nt wis named in honor of thi third Sundays and at the 11 o'clock I father of thc Hukc of Connaughf. The service on the second and fourth Sun-1 Duke replied, after which the civic days. Matins II a.m. Baptism 4 p.m.! ofto'jals and a number of residents oi the wen. prnsi.nled lo their Uoyal Highnesses. The Duke then in- j spwtcri the members ol the National j Philadelphia Pa Sept S. Hart. of. Dethlehem, Pa., and hie former wife, Lafiand, who divorced him years ago for de- sertion, were re-married at three; o' clock this afternoon, the Rev. Dav- id S. Sherry; who also tnst ceremonj The fifteen year old daughter of the couple. as flower girl. p.m. in Morris Theatre. The pastor Rev. A. C. Watson, B. A, will preach both morning and evening. Strangers invited. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGL1- Evensong 7.30 p.m. that USrrl The .couple, were..brought together the I for thc second time bj Mrs b t; Cooke of 1G40 Federal streei in whoso .home the ceremony was -per formed this afternoon. She had'learn- that eacn 'still loved the she invited each'to visit her wltbonjt knowing that the other had been m viteti: Both attended and renewed their courtship. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY 0. E. Hall. 10th St. S.. near Y. M. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ing; 10 n. m.. Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors ahvay driwn up m hnf the scouts, the boys' brigades and a1 welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, No. I 1st Ave. S. Phone CS5. ST. AUOUKTIN'S CHUKCH- ncr Second Ave. and 8th St., Rev. .1. E. Murrel-Wright, rector. Holy- body of former :spUlifrs: in-the Indian army. The chief and head men of the -Cor- Indians of the Fraser valley were I then presented. The royal party then entered mot- Communion every Sunday S a.m. mid thc provincial farm. After on the first Sunday of the month at ?hc eleven oWock service. Matins) 11 a.m. Sunday school p.m. Even- song 7.30 p.m. GERMAN" EVANGELICAL LUTH- ERANr-Servlces held at 710 naught high school, altcr.wtyc.b, ccre- ilMh St., North Lcthtmdge, at 10.30. mony Ihc Duke presented the go'vcr- cd to Fraser by the steamer -Icnhen for'the laying of' ihe foundation stone of'the iiuke-of Con- This was it thc last meet-inn a.m., and will tie conducted .by tho licv. O. A. Groth in the German lan- guage. Thc German speaking populace is cordially invited. THE HEREAK BIBLE SCHOOL is held everv Sunday at 3 p.m. at 51Z 5th street, south. A cordial invitation is extended lo both olJ .mil young to attend (his school. lor-general's medal for -highest' jl proficiency to. the pupils ol New Westminster public, s.choois who won them: At Ir o'clock-tlie royal party re- turned to mil at 11 o'clock list night went on hoard the steamer ,1'rincMs Alice [or Prince Supreme above all others in qual- .ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alb.erta's Best Baking Powder is unifonrv pure, is dependable Your gro- cer knows him ;