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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday. HERALD 11. Buying Blue Ribbon Goods Is Economical When you bnydllue Klnboii Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder Rlb- lines ..voii.siivo money. Js'ul only do you Kot goods of Iliey last-longer. safe in-buying Blue Ribbon Kiitirintecd tiocci Hill icfimd join moncj if afe not fullv sitlsfiod Wo onb isk that jou icLnin the biUmo of the article bought Hut we feel sure will be delighted with these goods QOG? jou try them POSITIVE DENIAL TO TM CHARGE Supt Hardie Replies to Mr. Powell's Statements About Diamond City Editor ot The Herald: Mr. vpojv.ell's statement'ab- ;OUt the being cut off at Dju- iiiolui Cty I be pcunltted to make -a; plain-, s'tatemcnt-'pf Tacts that' iMl! cltarl} shou that the Onfou and not ihe Compan> is eiitiieu respon fiinle for the viler being cu off We done on tiling nmgmible to harmoniously and avoid unne- LoasTij Inchon nnrt 1 im con vinced that" if, Wr. 'PovelKhad 'been infonqed he would not spoken ai Jie has 1 We hid pracjicalh burned up all tho available fuel around the works at iDiamond Clb pumping water and Veeplnjj thp lights burning 9 rbe time the fuel plajed out aftcp with Mr Powell rfnd his aisoclated district officers iahd UieVofficers oT'the'Diamond. Cit> local, for-nearly two months, fpr con- advance, ,on fault entrfeB, we got, started, in a small lift en oifgh fuel ta "keep the injne working the ven pnescriWd condKJona yinnp and Hghtg go T {fiie minutes naming tlie siispcnderl in mj ab eeuce. for tberpresident, stat- ing In nrv message that I wanted to enoitgh men to load enough to pump and keep the lights j lEOinf I 1 now the president of thii local went to Nihn and Cummingi SAW CALGARV IN THE SEVENTIES1 bi ildei of the first hollSe Hid o e of the loundcis of Hudson s B H Compaiitf one of the Gieat Ifallti hundred business men visiting Cn'fgan lencwcd old apqmjjitivrjcea all Mr Conrad came the railway in IS -1 ns one1 mem bors of Hie I 1 JfBijtfng firm m (here weie onl> a, tent acatteied the pitltfe Tight the junction of tho Plbo ihers the jnoflcc bar lacks aie now he leturned tailed an eb aence of to find a or in 000 After the lunchipjf at ,th Central Methodist church Intelestinglv lemmificent 01 age a member of Bftke EDITED. 1224. ot Phone 774. We cannoi Inok imperfect- line The program will consist of in- a without inP wmcthing b) him Miss ll Cimeron his returned from i vacation kpcnt nn Mrs Galbritfu gml Miss Cotter are djslioit lime al "Sew Dav ton. Mis1? 1 d.th Mumt n nbiith Mrs MiES'-McSicbl pit of Mttks JoncG Icit (oj willvvisit tor1! eiilerlaiiiing ton for a cou- 1 ho namt of Mrs D V in nimin, isbisfints at Mrs Aubtln tea j M ss I hcodora foir sht. will ulif. relativci for months i tlifiiis tin. choir solos Mi It C... MeHoberfs, duet by the Misses hy Mrs. Don- aldson lennanl Mi Lion 11d son and Mr. .Scott. music will be rendered hj ihe choii of St Andrew h church August lith on the occasion of the opening of tlu new tliuitll he two; anthems and a Mllo ak each service Ihe .anthems Woislup the 1 oid doil IB" our I rust Ihe To Dctim liisk'd (or ..tniin. forty :yeurti, Khows 'that in, most cases there I no tendi'iicy towards tlie [urination of individuals roxembllng Worker; IfiKfotii. Most liuly'v, doctors and1. ronicrt would'.like noth- to be the founders "of a Kven women, who have been the most 'UstingniMhed In Uic' scicniillc world, arc no exception to Ihe rule." Professor Mctchnikofl (elates the following anecdote concerning Sophie Kowalovsky, oiift ot tlie most notable women. "In her lie says, "when slit1 began to study mathematics, site Would not that feelings of love had any import- ance. Later on, liownver, on the day THSATRI Much of (he Interest attached to tho coming engagement ol Wlllinl Mack's "in Wyomlni diw U> th. and mom expensive eniour The production vi-aa ma'de for one or (ho lareest stages in the country and carried Intict In Wyoming as the name wauld Indicate !i stage toll) story :nen and' section of the national domain. riio characters arc typical ef the le fact that It Is the largest ;y of the llvu and of women living In that plctllr when the prize of tlic Academy of Science w'fis bestowed on her, she jDalb'y, a splendid old ranchman .111 dominates the Bl Hair tirftw -Th. Alberta Drug Book Co kM an luvlcorator (Hal will (row hair or money hack TJio time care of your kajr li when rou halle hair to take of If rour hair la getting thin, grid uulb falling out It cannot be long be- fore the appear. The .greatest remedy to -atop the hair from falling la BALVIA, the Greet American Hair Grower, flrit dlKover. ed In England. BALVIA- fumlahea nourlihment to Ihe hair roota ;aad actB BO quickly that people are anui- ed. And remember, It druff germ, the little peat'Out the life that should go to kclr from the roots. g.AIA'IA is told by the Alberta Drug ft Book Co.. under: a. sturdy civlllatlonz ol a new country guarantee to kill Dandruff Fall and old VUkhing Ou S Ihe solos Mil hf sung >1! and Miss a month her the Hudson B he ing a tow n of fair; would spring up hero started In to build the nooden structure ever begun as f tore. With the coming, wav the town began to grovjAnd h Javld J. IIII1 churr.h nnniiiiia: "Hrs C L Higgs of Chester Mon tain if> sp rents, Mr jjMifl Mrs BniiUon SI Icspatch Ipdn stjs An Smith oilier-tfsngliter Ins been horn to ------ig On n is Maihs, 1 W'JMp.Ofe'Vindcibilt r I he. Cienl took i Jjllacc at, Hcmcto Uai -Mat one of 1 lie Counts' in Siher left TJiere aie Jion two clnl CiU where drcu 'both daughters Ihe wulilmi, 'iffJed at hnu Tlie clulatra will nihci qnl) tlig gf4a lor latl.s bui nil! sha'ic in Sill 001) 000 Thomas Cas ,j wbicfejthe Countess inherited from hei bulletMis rtportpd tint and her child arc do-' Mr and Mrs S S Dunham apd children returned Kst' nighfc frotr three Visit to bellows I'ark and Big limber Montana garden the lad if s. chun-ii at Mrs ,N was; success Although the the (iaj storms B traj 1 Anther -up ifjr the Thf The M S of West chUK.h mqt Mrs J B vcsterrtaA afternoon when papers on deaconess ind dismissed Mr ind Mis C O daughter from iC-allac- this morning and be thf of n'utivcs'm Lcthbriclgci for f. T} T llre IFlairiio and Angfr Hawden JJfa'nrt r H Thompson and Mr Rigln at I Swindler of Cleveland Ohio [booth her tfhtin arc, touriiiif anarta r stopSing thii'lB.rJ now Hi wrotff -to of her friends, imiiiiiicrtiblc letters of con- by the strange irony .Of, .late.. I have never felt so un- The cause of her discon- Icnl is shown in I lie words, which to 'her most intimate "Why is" she said, "that no' one loves I could give more most women, ;unl while the most-ordinary are loved, as for me, I win not', loved.11-: Tluv -niiViiftri -of men. r who have fortunes Kince "a" sea of oil was dis- Galifornia's crust are Kiiow'ii, says the Sun- set biil 'only now and then of Kmma A, r twenty years har the Los Angeles oil rg the her own moncj Sumijiers'j.. to pcihaps tlit la est producer m t slic barrels she bujs enough oil to aggregating, ates [he Big Horn .who hla .Bob Hichards, a splendid specimen of the big-hearted cow-puncher Hank Jones a neighbor, who Is always sampling wet goods: Willie the -fresh yount; drummer, and coftbots as seen on the frontier, are the'prlnc'lpal 'types that, move and live In a ula.> said (o he ono of the best .contributions 16 the American stage "'Angeles, coined put this and a ASCOT RACES AT 8TARLAND .The programme which has been ar- ranged at Starland for tonlsht Is oiit a doubt the best-ever attempted In this city. Four monster feature al tractions have boon secured and man> new novelties will ihe introduced The Ascot, races ta the best picture.of Its kind seen here In-nun} It shovs the King arriving at the Park the Roial pro c'essfpn down the race -course.-'com- lenpenient and finish of the big race ot the including the King's Cup and'-Ascot Cup, and the magnificent finish showing the last half mile In all four races Another great VaQlng entitled "The produced by the.famous people with Interest in Pull is a picture of great photo graphic beauty, perfectly aod. telling a most unusual' and tpiichin'g, ston Other pictures and the singlog ig it out R E nulls will add enjoiment for her to a splendid evenings entertain ment Special matinee tomorrow d In t Ilie Mrs bum- another in won't in sc ger Frwt Wniitakcr cnmc to the ipstcrda) Thei left afternoon on Kngland l r A tuo r onfchs Mis Torrigan Mrs Hauke am two children ol "Moose laVA nho e been guists with J V Oool Cribb St left on UednesdaJ tllf tc' or Seatle wlicic the) mil remain 'or.'-a- couple of. months niipi president of and th" St Monicas 6 gritrful to ill "who aEiistpd l ich success Miss Bet7iicc of Berlin Ont ns been taking a trip through the trmeri here irom Spokmeves trdu moi nmg antl is spending a few lays with Miss .Shantz, at H08 Sixth S Westminster church choir have de: idert to postpone the social, which hey had inlunded holding this cven- on the lawn 01 .1; S. Simm's esiiinnce. owing to tliis unfavorable Aniiouncernenls .of the lawn ocial will he made later; Airs 0. Do Veher is giving A tncv, in the K. of P. hall on Monday vening in honor of her daughter, liss Marion Vcher's coming out. 'he dance is also for her son, Mr. .everett DC Veher. In ,1-oifiloii the lunCfiipns succccriiiij the abrogation nc over who. Man) 0, jtonresentit Miss Floipncr Ilodgms riends in will be many sorry o learn; that she wilr not return. gliCiMh other: are preparing to The MSiton hare been Eetcri nnd entftnained up t( the moment ol their departure iiijd th.is cnttriTinnient hren njosi genuine Ilic smccrf hospitalih ex tended IIQ! onh to s am parliament tn but to till whole list ol indcis ind South the kinj., hitnself o! the houses of pirlument their fel subjects in the metropolis, the empire unl e be1 by the visitors. The Canadians anrt Bother guests will never be able to adequately re- turn this hospitality. H would bean impossibility for them indivimiallv and nil! m all probahil ih hiur in opportunitv of per foiming ii collectpcn Xet thoj can not fail to tint, to some tenr at least the) contributed a share crc liter Mcilion is she has resign m the grand success of it all Even d her nosition on the public school !onc who iltcndcd these tunctions Shi is it present at her home nhrthcr is hosi or guest lias assist i Mlsi Ci ug Ont _ led in strengthening the tie which jhinus Ihe mtion together and ir Mis Hoil T Laura tin stahilit) of the cm and Mister John Ilojhn of Dresden pire Out. nirntd this n otnmg from the] east to spend a week or so with the' Dr. Rivers, Seventh former's brother, Avc., S. Miss Katharine Dunn, of Orillia, Miss Vpra Motf, of Mohawk, and R. If. Oohson. of Stralhcona, are the Taslf.ur .Institute, Paris, who wrote Even scientists, who usually devote their obscnations to less interesting topics, are discussing the steady, en- croaching ot women on'callings hith- erto- occupied by men. Professor Metchnikoff, ;of the new teachers engaged by the school, board, tu start their duties here the latter part of August. Mrs. Foster, who been v with hei diughlcr Mrs Xicol for the past month I W Me 'leaves oh Sunday morning for Montreal, where she will remain for a month, before going abroad on nn extended trip. Tim enturtaimnenl. on Mondav ing in comiecliori with Si. Andrew's one of the greatest of moderft works. 'The Prolongation, of states, asked to leave theni in the church number of women, who '.study at the tsiting universities, that countries like Ger- main mhich have tried to exclude 'women from higher studies, will soon have to yield. 'Can we regard the results of this movement." hc asks, "as analogous to the production of sexless workers, which his token place t.mnng social tasreU I think not. Observation to be verrUf the ft follow erf niore came when crashing to thp OnlV th- man Tuat, Ictt on top Tfiw.'S.: M.rV mers uoi sun. jti hoveled over "and ?imore 000 worth of hardware.. AT THE EUREKA Judging, from the crow.ds _at. thia popular family theatrp Al's selected :programmes' 'are meet- ing with the theatregoers' 'entire 'satis- faction The nlctures are ailrgood? Ip .terestlng and- InBtructire subjeerav'and- so clear and steady on thb acreen that thei are restful to on boring herself de'M'; ifer" music teach s bills 'tthen It myself in debt Mrs Summers, "I nought if f got that paid and as much more m tlie hank I would hr glad Equit Hut when I got that! much I that the interest on it would nqfc the of a fim- of I had to keep on.1 All told she his hored. 155 wells. In lie old dais had a room in her for business todav he has a 'suite of three .offices in one if the biggest business blocks in i weakest Mr Cooper, bif protection or dttojna Ing Hair. Uchlne Scalp .In, tin jays or money back. A large betels (Latin for (age) la on every bottle.I coata 50c. word !'BAtVIA" man. with the. rich Mice, hai pioted himself a tig with all patrona.-, Tonlnht Mr. Cooper .will sing "The Admiral's .which hus been times throughout the week. Tomorrow s matinee the mauufe- ment will run a special ptcHTre (or ihe children, entitled Beauty alao 7'Foblsliea.d Tries both. iDhjeotl full of amusing acenee. i GRAIN 9T> 1-4, .closed 98; December ..opened 17 1 4 closed 97 1S May clOMd t 4 Oats October opened 58 3 4, closed 38 3-4; December opened'38 5-8, cloied 38 7-8. Flax: October opened 100 1-2, closed 102 1-2. Cash No 1 Worth- em 98 14 No 2 Northern DT. S Northern 9B 1-4; No 4 Northern II, 81 No S Norfbera Oats No !JCW. 1 NW, 111 Mo. 5 Northern 73; feed.; 62, 1-4. Flai. No. No 3. S9 1-2 Minneapolis Minn, Aug 4- :ember opened 10S 78 ctoaed 104 19, December opened 104 5 8, eloaed 105 1-2; May opened 108 109 38 Chicago, Aug open- ed 91 1 2 closed 93 3 4 DeeeBber op- ened 15 3 4 eloeed 97 Mar opened 100'l-2, i Berlin Aug pollUen) Import- ance is attached to the laMIIOf o( German Bailors at Port Frtaee, purely a precautionary measure part of well meagnted rulea il ii} be absent, fcom the citj, for next on a to the coait cities If JOH pr in anv items mil for the 'IjJiIadi" col inn be- loqked after b> pmxjone heie in the office INO. MAN RETURNS Hotel Proprietor, Miaeing for Seven Years, Cornel Back to Wife Toronto, July having mqiirned -by hie1-wife or 'seven years, [Thomas Jackson, ormerly the proprietor of a targe ho- el In this city.-and. afterward owner f the Balmoral''Motel, Bowmanvllle. as returned to his home, so changed his lolig wanderings tbroughirut anada that Mrs. Jackaon acarceb him. Mr .Inckson disappeared over seven ears ago: while, living in Bowman- ilie, anil when he did not return, his Ife. sold the .hotel and moved. to oronto.. Later she received' a re1 that he was she tie eved herself a widow, especiallr as otping further was heard from him. ast week, a friend called her up by lephone to say that the mianing man ad returned. .lackson's mind Is n mental chaos, nd he cannot tell much ibuut the.1 occurrences of recent years. He Is mpletely broken down, and the octors say tiat cannot recover, explanation gl'en of his yiterteiis and long tence, except that was In tho orthwest, has. Ure. general A. C.'Rvads, who atarted an dptent eprltdn In Cuta, le t fuel- The Aftermath -f i, of Stocktaking JM7E ARE AT PRESEljtT busily engaged winding up the affairs of our Semi Annual Stock-taking. During this period of stock-taking many odd lots of desir- able merchandise have come to light, that for one reason or another the management of this store has de- sired that they be cleaned out at once. Arrangements are now being made to mark these goods down to such ridiculously'low prices as will effect an immediate and entire clearance and ind few days we be in shape to offer you the greatest: genuine moneu-saving opportunities ever presented to the people of this vicinity. If you are Interested in spending your money at its fullest earning capacity, you must in Justice to yourself keep in touch with our advertisements, and so be posted in the excellent shopping facilities now being organised at this store THE------------ Hudson's Bay Stores ;