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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Have you given EDDY'S WOODENWARE A Trial? If not, why not aware of the faot that there are E better manufactured Ask your dealer to show you p in n _ 9i 3 H a s j--.. A Matches, Paper of all descriptions. Paper J3ags, Tubs, Pails and Washboards 1 Edited by Phone 1052 unless "oodenware made E. 8. Eddy Co'y. Ltd. Ml, Canada ESTABLISHED 1851 A DAILY THOUGHT Just to be tender, jusfc to ,be true to be glad the whole day throu-h Just to be merciful, just to .be mild to ;be helpful with willing feet to be cheery when, things g' wrong, drive sadness away with VACUUM HOUSECLEANING Phone 1115 or call at 1208 Courtland Street song. Whether the hour is dark or bright, _____ j Just to be loyal 10 God and the Must to 'believe that God knows best. Jusr in His promise ro rest, ro let love by our daily key '1'nis is God's will for you and me. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs.' A. C. Kemmis and child of Pincher Creek are in the city. Mrs. J. w. Bawden and children r turned yesterday from a ten days' ou ing at Waterton Lakes Miss -Marcelius is spending her holi- days with- her brother in Lctfcbridge. C. Kemmis purchased an auto- on a recent visit to mobile while Lethhridge. Miss Helen Marquis passed the en- trance exams, at Calgary, also pass- tae musical exams, with hon- -Vliss Mabel Ramsay of Pinche Creek is spending her holidays wit ber aunt, Mrs. P. J. McMurphy. -Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson and and Mrs. 3. Jackson returned yester day afternoon from spending a couple of weeks at the Waterton Lakes. Vrooman's many friends will be glad to know she is recovering from her illness, was atble to sit up for a little while today for the first time in three weeks. ors. Miss Yonne Marquis has re- LIGHT AS A FEATHER yet chock mil of nourishment is the bread you get from this bakery. .It doesn't dry up (juicMy, either. One reason is that it seldom. gets the chance. OUR BREAD IS SO GOOD that if is always eaten up before it has time to get stale. Why not try ceived her third class certificate from Calgary. Mr. King, of the Union Bank, has returned from his two weeks' holiday with the Alpine Club. Mrs. J Kean, senior, and Mrs. J. E. M.: Xhomasson. general secretary of the Y. M." A.. Mrs. Thomasson, and their daughter 'Louise, with Miss S. C. Ogilvie. of Kankakee, 111., re- turned this-morning from two weeks at Vancouver and Victoria, B. Mr. and Mrs. John Dixon of Maple Creek, 'Sask.. announce the engage- ment of their daughter Etbel to Mr. the four. may not care for the girl 'ell." said the other, "when my boys were small I figured it out in 'way: If my .boy could gee e some girl to love her, marrv her 'be Billing to spend the rest of is days with her, surely there must be something in that Sivl com md to like. I went on through the expecting to love those Kirls -because they were loved by :ny I toys, and it has I've two of' the lour daughters-in-law now and l! love tiiora- dearly for their own sakos. don't believe l would have had I dreaded the day." Just a little story f0r :be _areiUs} ind the parents-in-law of the summer: brides and grooms rn .nond0- DAILY RECIPE Peach J rul of tapioca over night. peei and cut up five peaches; add half a cup- ful of sugar and stew until render, j Boil the tapioca in a cupful of water j until clear, then stir the stewed pea-' ches into it. Remove from the fire. I add the juice of 'half a small lemon New Corsets just to hand CLARKE CO. Tfce Ladies! Store Phone 453 We Sell For Cash Acadia Block New Golfers just to hand Last Call For All Wash Suits and Dresses and set away to cool, whipped cream. Serve with DAILY- RECIPE Macaroon Cream. "Scald a pint of thin -cream and pour slowly .over the-beaten yolks of three eggs; put .hack-on, the fire, sweeten to taste, and cook till thick; cool and flavor, using almond, vanilla, or ,pist- ache: fold in a pint of whipped -cream and eight stale macaroons, rolled and sifted; freeze and serve in glasses. Regular and Values This price concession for to-morrow is an extraordinarily one, present.no- Uie rarost saving h m style garments of any description, -and gnaranteein. a of the balance of this sjunmer.stook'...in double OUR LETTER BOX ed 7 -i.tj.jLO.. tJ j Ui UJ.CJ.JL Ua-UeJ1LC4 in, 'junior, of Lethbridge, visit- S. J. Shepherd, -.barrister, o.em'Oriage. -E- T. Sauaders at Fair Val-! the marriage to take place early in [1 1fhp flTC'f-. rtf T-U -------7-' it for the summer anyway and avoid 'the heat and bother of home bak- ing? City ley ranch the first of the week' The September former lady, who is Mrs.' Saunders' mother, will remain for a- short time, Mrs. J. W. Kean returning last day. W. Howie, of the Hudson's Bay store, is taking in the sights -at Lethbridge for a few days ;ery Ford St. Beside Fiie Hall Phone 1181 H- Mark-ley has gone to Calgary to spend his vacation there. j Frairie. Drad-ee purchased three well- drilling outfits in Lethbridge.. last week. Mrs. T. L. McCullough leaves Sat- urday for Portage la Prairie, Man., wnere she will spend the remainder of the summer. "Hugh McCullough. of the Bank of Montreal staff will accompany his mother and spend his three weeks' holidays in Portage ia .-Mrs. Lonnquist. wife of A. Lonn- AN EXPLANATION The local manager of p. Burns nuist of 'Lethibridge underwent a suc- cessful operation at the Cottage hos- ipital. Toronto, on Saturday July 30. i Mrs. A DIFFERENT STORY Editor' Lethbridge Herald Dear your issue of Aug. nd, ''there appears a mis-statement, oncerning me, and I would request he use of your columns to refute it, s publicly as it was icade. The atehient referred to is in the re- ort of the" City Council meeting, where Aid. Frayne is reported to have said that "Dr.' Campbell had asked for sufficient increase in salary Health enable him to! maintain.-a'runabout, etc., etc." In i this, the alderman ias made a mis- statement, .or' else has been mis-re- ported. I did not ask for increase of salary. Considerably to the con- trary. I asked .that the appointment be given -to some one else.The sug- gestion of an increase- of salary came ifrom the other side, in the shape of intimation that if I would stay on, an increase -would be given. As I have to earn my...bread and butter, 'this, was worth The'matter as to" the "amount of the increase, was referred fay the Council to the Board of Health, and. discuss- n 1U'iCe lhe clollars ls a ridiculously low fla- me to ask for such pretty suits and dresses, would be putting i, for that amount would not even cover the cost of th "I-v ana leniember, every garment is brand season. Suits are of pure linen crash or fine -Indian Head in- andnile- P'eated sk.rts semrfrttmg coats: dresses are of .fine Indian Head. n colors, rose, old, rose. sky. tan, and-white.'onelplece tight, or semi-fitting styles, low cut, D.utch collar, full ed sk.rts perfect frtting mode.., neat.y tnn.ed with piping snd buttons. DISPLAYED, IN OUR WEST WINDOW. GOING FORTY- BUSHELS TO ARCE: (Continued from front Co. explains in regard to the state- ment Of the Sanitary inspector at the l last meeting of the city council that, .-the company was not butchering here i j because they refused to meet the reg-' illations of the- city, that all the {butchering is done at Calvary and the''other the mother of four of and Cake Bakers Association in con- vention here passed a resolution to, memonalize the Dominion "It will not be long now untiUim m_nt to compel millers to brand all j will want to be marrying packae Marlborougrh Hous-e in the presence P. M. CAMPBELL. safery appliances and The terms of settlement lue sceamfitters are not made public but it is understood the men will receive an increase of about five cents pe- all around and all steamfitters on the western Iines will share the benefit. 'CHINESE WILL BUILD NAVAL TRAINING SHIPS packages of flour or "unbleached. either the thought of questioned the mother of D. Tenner, secretary Of the U. S. legation at Pe- inn, has arrived from the'Orient and reports that China has ordered two cruisers of 40.000 tons to be construct- Niagara Falls, Aug. 3.-A fatal ac- occurred here to-day ,hy which Collett and George Bruce, of fcy and Falls, N.Y., lost i -the new con- Ontario Power company late this afternoon. Togeth- er with a score of the three victims of i in removing the iron forms, brace the walls of the rein- forced concrete pipe when u.ider cpa- struc.tion. A three hun- dred feet from the lower end of the Pipe was being removed when it came (of the home secretary and other Dene'iC" With the elcctric wires ernment officials decorated sixty-two f The carmen claim that Brother' the piPe to supply miners for conspicuous gallantrv in is being persecuted pJ tGe lncan'descent "ghts. A small saving or attempting to save life in tjler prosecuted in connectionj I? Ol insulation torn the recent colliery disaster, present-1with Monday's incipient riot The e men tie ing them with King Edward medals. 'men were refused bail shot from" a {they were married and the C X R Sm' Half a score rece'ived a shock and three were killed. There also had -been per- a voltaSe of TALK I have pouring for to fmd a snjtable adjective to prefix the "Safe of be 1 1 t tmni an-T bnt I m, st at m" VC n Snle' JUSt Wtoh for days trv- I e u the Tlie Crosby Shoe Store, 114 Round Eren b normal tinios I sell hotter guock nt low other shoe store in this city. But XOW, betfmiinor j- 01 IK a I my new will he rediu-ed per ccjit Oylnch .is not old) will he sold at aefunl 1 w.lllt to r, thm.ir less tiuui a million -dollars dnrimr the next 10 saino nmo rcchiee my -steen thousand stock room and winter goods'and etc. Same old dope. You know it a] Lut I wont attempt to deceive the puhlie hv misrepresent need the money, that's the fact. I need it had. Look out for my ad to-morrow. PERCYLCROSBY Successor to F. German f] 1- HON. L. p. BRODEUR TO j solicitor granted a remand with men TOUR GREAT LAKES Jai1 had England vessels and i Ottawa. Aug. S.-HOD. L. P. Brodeur left for BrockviHe tonight where he the mails as -------_--., iLIiti revive the Foo Chow and Lien naval will go aboard the government steam- i cient to hut the damp con- in which the men made the shock suffi- MELFORT DOCTOR ACCUSED Great Lakes. He will be joined the other point, the inference bein Slmcoe. ro make a tour of the, Mmoaton W not yet de-j ireat Lakes. He will be joined edu and lhat this happened Urs. Brodeur and Lnrfv jJthe other the inference beinjr! GREY LEAVES WINNIPEG FOR FAR NORTH Winnipeg, Aug. Grey and Party left at midnight on a special train for .Selkirk. t j f n in jUJlltrU, i) OF -ILLEGAL PRACTICE -v'rs. Brodeur and Lady Laurier at Prince Albert. Aug. 4.-Dr. H. j Banff in the Rockies and all of them I there is an effort to of Melfort was arrested join Sir p.irtv return i m with their fellow ed with illegal practice in the ease ins from the coast I strikers- of Mary Scott, who died in conml-l at the Prince )od al Falls. A. H. Beaton, locat j of the Orillia his has Tomorrow they will visit lower Fort Garry and the St Andrc-ws Jocks. In the evening tliey 'eave on the Wolverine for Xc House and the far north. for f v he t T T 114 Round Street Will meet any prices quoted at any cash-getting or selling-out sale for furniture Our stock is replete with all the latest goods known in the trade Get Your Sale Prices And then come to see us before closing your deal Ford Street Opp. Fire Hall necessary To our Many Friends and Customers: We advise you to call and compare our prices and quality with similar goods offered elsewhere. We are in this business to stay, and are r-ot retiring Standard Furniture Co. 324 Crabb Street Phone 483 ;