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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta lill ii, THE STANDARD ARTICLE SOLD. EVERYWHERE w taiiiiiii ailiiiiimi KOITtD "INO" PhtM Phone 'and niis: of every mortal tiini i lo ici the hour of glad: iimss and conviviality, is our it. is friendship. When lilt; ilieaiil (ift'eriiows witli jiiiitilcide or swccit and sacred sfili- jtimetiU is till' word to which Iterance A al Northwest Mounted I'olicc. Tin) lilulTiuKi: will lake place at Kegina on V.eilnesday, Sept. '21. Major Trotter, formerly aUh'-'le- camp lo llic! Karl of llinto ami his lOicellcncy Karl Clrey, has heen auend- ing KOlllf time with ilieir Kxcolleac- E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIM IT ED NT. LIBERALS WANT GRAHAM IN HOUSE Toronto, The To- ronto Globe's (Ktawa corre- Mrs. Clara Thompiioii, of Spring'C, is visiting in tile city. Adam Unk left yt-s- ltinl.iv oil visit to Nelson, Sir; anil -Weslhcitcl, of llrigh- week-cm! snests London Koacl. Sir and. many oilier people from Montreal will he in Toronto on Saturday for the Uniariu Jockey Club meeting. ternooa, jilinis were laid ior iliu wason's work and much (raiiKacltd. 'I'he ollicers were re-elect- ed, Mrs. ,1. II. IteciU'i, president, acid Mrs. W. P. Itoy, The ludies commenced energetic work on ''hrislnias articles, uiid at lliti end of the afternoon a dainty niccm was.served. 'I'he members present at the meet- ing were Mrs. Kowler, .Mrs. Hol- fon, Mrs A. Simpson, Mrs. T. COWLEY NEWS Cowley, riept. Union Sunday school.was ytslorday in tlcu Presbyterian church hcie, and largo recorded for tlie first day. Ii, is to be held every Sunday at' two p.m. Everybody is cordially Invitfil K) attend. Oco. Martin is acting superintendent anil Mrs. S. 1'etterly, Mrs. W. P. Hoy Mrs. Keuler. The dub will meet Tlll! coati'ael foe- the new school next Monday aflernooii ai 2.30, at 1VBS Swirt. o' tbis place, the home of'Mrs. T. S. Felterly, 28-1 is to be by 11........ 01 cllCC. (Si. TlliS Will ailr] In A remarkable'journey of a woman who walked from .Melbourne to Syd- ney, is published. The woman, who covered the distance in five weeks, carried 30 pounds oi' ItiKnaye, and Dee. Isl. Tills will acid to the Rood appearance of the-lown. The. fouiiduljtiii of .1. Kuan's slorc is about completed, and flic lumb'er is on (be ground ready to start the building. The lo'.vn council are installing covered as nmny us 2s miles. slept in the open. Some d-ays shejwcijsh .scale for (be use of llie public j i" llic stock yards here. This is a much wanted article and should be well patronized. K. I. Korsler, The card social, which was held in The engagement oi Marie Christian, .11 the K. of 1'. hall lust eveniiiR, under the auspices of the Ladies' Altar So- (o daughter of the Right lion. Sir Charles Scoit, laie bis Majesty's Am- bassador to Russia, and Mr. John Warrc, son oi Mr. fieorge Acbeson Warrc. of Twyiord House, AViuches- Ici, it: announced. ciety nf St. church, was IIKl-Sii SUCCCSSftll. Progressive euchre was in play at twenty-one tables, while Necdbam's orchestra discoursed sweet music. Pleasing vocal solos were rendered .'day in lown. manager of Hie ;nt Satur- Mr. K. Ci.cq, of the Imperial I prince Arthur of (.'oniianglil ha: liinli, has left for Michel, B. t'.. on 'been visiting iiis sister, the Crown relieving duty at tiie j Princess of .Sweden, on his return I branch there. j Miss Lucy Way leaves tomorrow jj" I tentoou for Saskatoon, where she [will reside, having accepted a posir from Russia. His Royal Highness is to a new bridge across the Riv- er Tees, at'Middlesbrough, on Octo- 17. jtioii in that city. L. Clark, of Medicine I Jar; Mr. C'lemeni Leveson-Ciowcr, who was for five years conUoIler of the household of Karl Grey, at Ottawa, jhy Miss Davidson and Mr. K. A. Cun- 5 The ladies' favors were won by :Mrs.'. cVlcXnlly and'Miss Mary Simpson, while Mr. Allisoii and Mr. A. Gibbons seemed the gentle- men's trophies. Deieclabk- iioodics wt'i'e Kerveci at the card tables, during the evening. The wedding of Miss Grace Rc1'. T. .Taylor- and sister. win, have been stationed here for tlie past III roe months. leave on Wednesday night for Kdmontrm, where Mr. Tay- lor will enter college. STRATHCONA MAY NOT RESIGN JUST YET London. S'tvi. I'li.-Urklub news- are of tbe opinion iha-t Lord blrathcona's visit lo Otlawa will re- sult in (he temporary withdrawal of his resignation. Tbo mimes of Sir- ton and flordcn are the only oncs mentioned for the post as his worth .Jayties, daughter of Mr. Mrs. .J. K. -.'ayne.s, in Austin and Der- sor. iloi sporideni. this morning says- 'There is a Bfrong desire on the part of the Liberal party Hint the Hon. Qeo. P .Graham should come back (o parll: nient to become Sir WllrricI I.Hurier'8 first lieutenant in 1 ?ailins the Liberal hack to victory. Jt is learned ct> that Mr-. Graham lias, already offered the of aev 'oral seaty won by DISTRICT COURT IN SESSION TODAY District Court is in session lollav has been visiting Mrs. W. A: is spending some weeks with their Ex- mils Winter, son oi .Indgc and Mrs. I Moore oi this city for the past two jcellencies at the Government House, j W. K. winter, on Saturday morning returned home this morning. [Ottawa. 'at 11.30 o'clock at the Pro-Cathedral of the Kedee'mer, was one of llic Airs. Albert K. I VPS. 113 Krnest Mrs. IV. S. Hill, who has been tra- velling in Nova Scotia and paris of ihe Unitcu .Stales: for three months, St., will hold her post-nuptial jieption tomorrow afternoon. lo the city on Friday. Mr. F. W. W. Fane, of Vcgreville, j Mr. liili. who has been at the Gait was a city visilor yesterday, the [Hospital with an attack of typhoid of Mrs. -I. Duff, London Road. was suliiciently recovered to. j be removed to his home on Satur- Thc Hon. Charles Fairbanks cx-l'1'1-1'- lice-President of llic United States, is expected at tbe King Kclward, To- t Colonel Henry Streatfield has beet 'with: .Tudge Winter fitting has iVresiiling The i up t.he .hearing of the cnse of the Kl-ac.trrc. Co.- agaiimi Urower for Sir, york done by tlic-foianer compiiiy'iin the Simtarv Cafe nd for Uie uroaecution lohnstone and Jtitohie fo clefenee y- r_ tue AUTOMATIC PHONES HAVE REACHED ENGLAND SepL Caniuiian Independent Telephone Couipanj- are erecting the first Hiigifah autoniatfc exchange at.Cateliam, Surrej-, for the Kritigb post office. most interesting church weddings of the -year in Calgary. The ceremony was witnessed by about hundred people, ami the arrangements most elaborate in detail. interior of the church was Bishop of London drew pro- choere by an address in ciiallc when he remarked tbat Can- odlans preferred to remain poor and Hrlush rather than rich and Ameri- can. aglow with crimson roses, the cban- i .rate- wllic" wl" 171 if} I rnm TWO NEW FEATURES OF ATLANTIC 'CABLE SERVICE London, sept. new fea- tures are proposod in connection with _tlio new Atlantic cable agree- ment. Theya make possible daily sending of letters n BOB ROGERS AFTER BORN INTERIOR DEPARTMENT nd it -At Lethbridgo on S'apt Robert gtith, to Mr. and Mr. L H. Wilket left for Ottawa this morning. Ou TucKday, a current that he will bo glv- I en tho portfolio of Hie Interior THAN GERMAN partment. To make room for Rogers j H is stated Stajil-es will resign in HAD EXPECTED MacIJonnld to accept a seat on the j Ottawa, Sept. M.- German, railway commission. was elected by acclamation foi as an antl-raciprocity Lib- arrived In Ottawa this morning. MA-RIvETS that while he had nnd fully expected, to see the, gov GRAIN MARKETS eminent defeated, h-3 did riot look Wihnip-eg, Sept.- sueh ae occurred in opened 98, 1-S: .Dec opened iUniario- German intimated that 95 7-S, closed opened 100 I IM would sit in opposition. closed J.01; oats, 'Oct. opened 40 l-S, closed 40 :iS cel being hanked profusely with these highly-lnicrl blossoms, flanked by ferns and piihns. and an arch of ainiUvx and ronto, at the beginning of the month. Rev. Corcoran, the recently ap- pointed Methodist minister at Kipp, appointed private secietary. to her Majesty Alexandea. Me former- ly served on the si aft1 of the Karl oi Minlo in Canada and India, and that 'roses tied with lovers' knots of white satin ribbon .was arranged at the chancel. The pews for the invited guests lately of Collingwood, Onl., was a oi the Viceroy of Ireland, anil has yesterday with Rev. T. and "Mrs. Perry'at Uift paryonaRC. Mrs. 'I1 S-. Kidiliam lias returned 11 oin an extended visit; with friends in ]'cntiuton ami' Firlwr, where slie was a guest witli Mrs. Clarence Loas- been both assistant; military sccre- lary and private secretary to Roberts. Ear! O INTERIOR DEf T. K' Vaucouvftr, ifr ral'er llcBrfcie will fed- poHticq, it is It (fr is wild AW-. Stevena. who won in Vaueou-wer will take tie post of of ens- iorno In to J. jfr has .applied for super an nnatton. Premier Me- Bride, It IB expect-a'd, will be" Ifr raiDtHter ot' thp and ona eeielon will, likely Mr.' Borden, who Is said be nnxious to' retire from politlcfe Attorney 'General Bowser wtll 'become premier- of: province In ;the the- ot McBride. West.minslcr clmroh will liolti their tliaiih'fjgivhig services on Suri- flay, Oct. 1. Rev. Mr.'Fintay, of Creek, will preacii at both services, and on the following Mon- day evening the sale oF fruits anil d uiHiiler, .Miss Helen, of Prince Ru- vegetables will take -place, donntiwisv Mr. (of fruits and vegetables to he' sent Chas. V. Bfiinatt and I" rt, 0., are guests to save from pled through very low enable the public to eight days occu- by mail. FEW TRADE TROUBLES IN CANADA LAST MONTH Ottawa, Sept: is interesting to note that trade disputes in Canada 'uring August were less than in pro- were marked Iiy liows and streamers j vjoiis months, although Urn Canadian of white satin rilihon. workers lost working davs The ceremony fully choral, Liic jnale choir in vc-slnicnls preceded the liriilal party to the chancel, singing "The voice that hniatlicd o'er Kdcn." During tlie signing .of 1-he register Uip. choir sang'. beautiful liyirn, "Kai Hi Till and and "0 Perfect Love." The musical service concluded with the "Lohengrin" wed- ding !J1. tableau of the bridal party against the background of crimson g clays th-e month. All disputes were of short duration and of no serious nature'. closed 3S ii-S; .May opened 41 T-S, j closed l-S; flax, Oct. 25Lf. Cash prices: Wheat'closed 1 Nor. Nor. D7: Nor. Ji.'i: 4 Nor. Nor. 84 1-2; Nor. 78 ouls No. 2 C. W., 40 No. 3'C. barley XTo. 3, 74; flax No, 1 N. 210. American opened lOt! ,'J-4, closed 107 1-1; Dec. opened 30S closed May open-ed 112 ;M, clOE-sd ill! 3-S. opened 04 3-4, closed Do 1-K; opened 3-4, closed H-l; May opened 104 I-l, closed 10-t MAKING FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS Otlawa, Sept. first cabinet council of the government wae held this morning with exception of Messrs. Tempi'jman. Patcrson and Oliver, all the ministers were in attendance. When the council broke up at one. o'clock-th-a ministers were un- able to say what wbnld'traivj pi re. f> mother, Mrs. Bennett, 323 i to the churclr as early as possible on 'Blossoms" and WHS pic- 1 levcnUi St., 8. Mr. Hcnnct at one Saturday aiturnoon and the home- and effective. The bride's time practised law here and' was j nmrte cooking and candy on was u very lovely one oi ivory also formerly clerk of the court, afternoon and evening., wilh an c-VenlrcsK of white, Cards nrc out for a- daiiee, for young people, to be given by Mr. and Mrs, Coherer in the Parish I on thr: in honor of Miss of Lethbridge, who will be the house guest of Miss Beatrice Do- Macleod Advertiser. Si. Mary's Guild met with Mrs. Rohi'rt Niinmons. Westminster Road yesterday afternoon, teruiiince. TIio time was spent in: sewing foi be held in, .Social intercourse, was enjoyed over .he tea-cups, 4 is Tinde on0 and Airs Pern of (lit approaching of their hughlti J( in 01 uh s to Insppcloi ijic I rslif of the A joint meeting, oi the Missionary of Wesley and Westmins- ter churches, will be' held at Wesley church, tin Thursday af- ternoon. bn.siness will be be- fore the meeting, and among other things the holding of a rummage sale will he discussed Miss C'opeland will assist in ih program, and refreshments will b fcei d Hit lulus of both itioii1 arc cordialLv inviled. Blue Ribbon Products ARE PURE FOOD PRODUCTS Jelly Parity to M much dMircrf NT It iooda. Bo? Klbhon IVnrder, OottM an of tam Mglt If ytni putot IU Md ywr refunded. 1 ftpwnr1.Ii League meeting o chinch isl (umnk u is n ,i o! Hit hritnn itizcnsluif ill parlnu'iit and was exceptionally good Tim papers on "Taxation and Hank- in., n til iila" Mr. W. Anrirew.s in I Mi U 1( (t nil thought OIK inMiiiimnl il Mr han ilk-r much., enjoyed. Tlio wedding of Mi.s.s Krnncis K ve- il n 1 niiiMm nf M N H Mr. All'ied Hhotics, Coulee, qniiMly solemnised at ustpitiit illcinoon u Hurt. o clock 1 jerionned crrcmonv Mr. ami Mrs. Rhodes Mi .imiing for Spring t'oulec, whcri; they will ri'siiin. Thn eighth Uicnnial he Woman's Aiixiliary of the lislt Cnthnlle cltnrcli in Cansiila, on Kriilay. In Winnipeg, and will continue i.uiil Oulohcr 3rd. DelcgatDs arc attending from nil over Canaihi and in addition to ffw work, which is Most comjuelinnsivo, there will hp many .social functions. Thi' TimoMiy Kaloti Co. will cn- tcrlain (Jie dflegatrs ryi. tliree days of t-hf oihcr will hounr thn women workers of thp Mfssinnarv DepartmRuf of llie Clmrrh cmliruidercd chifion en traiiie, elab- orattd with heii'vy silk embroidered Immls and pearl fringe, and a rosette of oraneju lilossom and tiny pink ros- es. VIrr veil was arranged under a coronet of oningc blossom, and a shoutr of bride's roscliuds lied with wide white liberty satin ribbon was carried, The brido-smaid-s, Miss Vera Winter, and Miss l.ovraine "Winters, wore charnring pmpire frocks of pale blue cliifini1 with lace bodices and wide skirt handings of lace. The high waisi lines were outlined with broad black viilvet ribbon. Both wore .Gainsborough hqls and carried pink Verfcciioii carnations and ferns, loop-; cd with pink' ribbons. The bride's icces. A ml rev', aiid >Riitl] Wart, ihe surthsi iltcnihnts nnagiii- iblf in very, long -Kate (Ireenaway rod oi sofl doltitl sill uilh lace caps, niid carriodj-'ioncli baskets of ros s inil tud blin anil yihk ribbons I tic gr.nijn wa.s supported by L. and the tishers wcrn John Kollowina: Hie ccremonv nl the 'lull h the itcdicci at he h'sidfnci' of tlie liride's parents, j 21 Trtilitfi nenie Mrs. uis n< a lovely gow h nK sifin ohiiTon, bead-i d uilh silver, and nioiinted on crnsh- (I OM if in III irK inish lace i vas IFSCII L'fitK'livply on boclicn and i HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY Such a showing of Ladies' Seasonable Underwear at The Bay that will cer- tainly give great satisfaction Urnlerwear siiitahlc for Fall and .Winter wear in viiedi.inii and extra heavy weights will now.'be foil ml at The Bu.v in every conceivable style, shade, and texture. that has long heen noted for its sler'ing' qualities, perfect shape and comfort; The Art nipt with Mrs J. ft. Rtuter Alliertu. Ik-r hat WHS n wide black- vpj- nwdei. wilh while willow plumes. Mrs. molher of the groom. wore ji of while chiffon sten- cilled rose with very chip (ouches of Mack and paddy grot'n and a black plumed hat. Mrs. Van Warl, the bride's sister, vvnrii dovp. proy chiifon over rose and blue silk r.nd a large hat faced wilh corai nnti laden with coral-loned plumes. Mrs. HOHN, also sislor of llu; was in pair, yellow Into over satin, wtt-h a large white beav- er hat with pale yeliow plumes. Ladles' Woven Vests, Fleecy Lln- od. in Diitura! color. Heavy 'nypi, 14, 311, 3S. Per Ladies' Unshrinkable All Woo Vests and drawers to mutch, in white and natural 11 sixes. Children's Combinations In nil Natural color. All sixes. I'er suil ferment ;i full frpin maker lo wearer; in buying which you'iaKc no leave, all iho respoiusibiHu lo Ladies' Fine Wool -Combinations unshrinkalile; fully Diieed; nice liRhl weight. "AH SIKHS in stock j 'er Children's Wool Veil, with drtwi ers io match: fine, strong comfortable lilting In everj possible size. Prices 45c 85c you to carefully note the above Prices. Th'ey art the result of carf- ful buying, and represent a con- siderable saving to you ;