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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Friday, -August 12.1910, SUNBURN BLISTERS. SORE FEET. am BUR MAYOR OAYNOK IS IMPROVING New York, Aug. of encouragement on the part of all the watchers by Mayor Gayaor's bedside ushered in the fourth day of his fight for recovery from the effects of the assassin's bullet which laid him low last Tuesday. At 7.10 o'clock the fol- lowing bulletin was issued: "Mayor Gaynor passed a very good night. He slept seven hours. He is BAD FIRES AT COEUR ALENE Burning Limbs of- Trees Falling In the Towns Wallace, Idahu, Aug. With cxn- j ders, ashes and even small limbs of I trees falling in the towns of the Coeur d'-'Alene region, the citizens of Wallace and Barter felt the first real apprehension of danger from the for- est fires. Two awnings caught fire in Wallace from cinders and the citizens generally are taking precautions to wet the roofs and the exposed out- buildings thoroughly. Mullin re- ports that the fire from Rock Creek, three miles distant under a strong wind carried limbs -of trees a foot and a nalt" lonS sti11 burning, in- to the town. The fire department was called out and drenched. The smoke all buildings was so dense that the electric lights had to -be turned on. The fire broke into the placer creek three miles i and a from Wallace and the dense 'comfortable this morning and in ex- 1 half His tern- smoke floated into the "cellent general condition. is 100, pulse rate 70, respira- ing ashes and tion 16." valley bring- cinders. Many citi- zens went out last night to see the f_______________ jfire, which is burning near the No Mr. Sifter Dvke, of New Westmin-l ranch on the opposite side of .ster, has been elected as British gulch. The flames are burning away umbian Rhodes scholar. Mr. Dyke isj'rom the city, now in. his twenty-fourth year., and j received his preparatory higher edu-j j-our uver js sluggish BIG CROPS GOOD ORDER Precautions Taken to Pre- vent the Sale of Liquor at the Fair One of the niosc remarkable fea- tures of the fair was the splendid order maintained in spite of the tre- mendous crowds. On the grounds not a drunken man was seen during the whole three days. Some people expressed fears when they saw -beer advertised on the grounds, that there might be some disorder, especially as the weather was very warm. Others looked into the legal aspect of the case and proceeded to find out whe- ther the :beer advertised was accord- ing to which allows "temperance beer" of a strength of two and a half per cent, alcohol, to be sold at the fairs.. Inspector however, iiad taken every precaution- Several days before the 'fair when he heard that some intended .selling beer, he went to the Lethbridge Brewing and 3 Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Calgary Herald; On Monday night a good-bye' party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howson. to Rev. and Mrs. Bertram Mitford. who had returned from their honeymoon. About thirty guests were present, and a pleasant time -was spent with games and music. Rev. and Mrs. Mitford leave tomorrow for their future home in Coaldale. Owing to so many of the members of the Lethbridge Tennis Club being out of town, the dance arranged for tonight has 'been postponed. Mr. and Mrs. J. Niven, of Calgary- are visiting; Mr. Niven's mother on Round street for a few days. They out Oi cation at the New Westminster High tone% anil you feel dull, bilious, constl- Schooi, going afterwards to the Uni- versity of Toronto, from was graduated last year. which he pated, take a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be- fore retiring and you will feel all righi in the morning. Sold by all druggists. A DELIGHTFUL HAIR DRESSING THAT MAKES HAIR GROW FAVORITE WITH MEN AND WO- MEN THK COUNTRY OVER There is a reason tor the phenom- enal sale of Parisian Sage in the Do- minion since it was first introduced into Canada. And the reason is plain to all: Par- isian Sage does just what it is adver- tised to do. Ask Johnson Jackson it. They Tvill tell you that they rigidly guarantee it to cure dandruff, stop falling hair or itching scalp in two weeks or money back. There is no reason, whatever why any man or woman should fail tc take advantage of the above generous- offer. -But one thing that has made Par- isian Sage so famous is its peculiai power to turn the harsh, unattractivf -hair that many women possess intc luxuriant and radiant hair in a shorl time. Women of refinement -the coun try over are .using it and it never dis "appoints. Read this letter: .'T. procured Parisian Sagfi and found that it -was a great hair tonit and cleanser. I have used other parations but Parisian Sage cleaned xhe scalp, stopped all irritation, made silk-v- lefl no trace of stickiness as some other hair tonics had." Mrs. Sarah Sanderhoff. 1403 N. Washington St., Owosso, Mich., June Sold by leading druggists every- where and in Lethbridge by Johnson and Jackson for 50 cents a large bottle. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every, package; mail orders fill- ed, charges' prepaid, by the Canadian makers, Giroux Mfg. Co.. Fort Erie Ont "I find Parisian Sage a good hair remedy.. My brother has afeo usec- Parisian Sage and says it is Yaurs sincerely, Julia Corbin, Hunt- ingdon, Pa., Oct. 29, 1909. ing.'Co. and warned them against sell- ing regular beer for that purpose. Mr. Sick assured him, however, that he had made a special to meet the law. He had had it tested and pro- duced a certificate saying that it con- tained only one and a half per cent, of alcohol. On the grounds, Mr. Nim- mons warned all the sellers that they' would 'be liable for prosecution if anything above the legal strength wag sold, and he drew for himself samples of the -beer and it sealed and sent away for analysis. Both the society and the license department took ery possible precaution and the fact that there was no drunkenness on the grounds is proof enough for most people that there was nothing wrong. Chief Gillespie looked very carefully into all the sideshows and closed fellow wio was working a skin-game. All the others were O K-ed. AN INVALUABLE REMEDY tor Chronic Eaeai, Wounds, Cuts, fang, Bites, Chapped'Hands, Sorts, Chiiug, bum. Prickly Heat nitd Itching, Feel, Qulbhtius, aa4 all.skii diseases. Should be kept handy in every house- hold for properly meeting-the countless emergencies constantly arising. Thor- oughly effective for local application, wherever and. whenever a soothing; antiseptic Ointment is required. Remember the name HAY'S SKIN-HEALTH OINTMENT. DO MOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE At all drugg-Uts in 2Sc. and boxes or by mail on receipt of prict. SAMPLE TUBE FREE Cut adv. out and withy our umt addreu. and ninic with 10 to PHU.O HAY SPEC.CO.. 30 Clinton St. Newwk. N. J.. U- S. A. and Toronto, TOLD NOT TO BREAK WITH ROME TELEPHONE SOON AT CARMANGAY Ca phoRe A 1L _ The tele_ are M1 have just returned from an extended hin the town and h to Winnipeg and other points ,o be communication Manitoba. iphone with outside world Mrs. Stacey and children, of Leth- arrived in town last night to be the guests for some time of Mrs. Leader. Mr, H. P.. Oland, of the town en- The butcher has moved into more constitute enough evidence against De- Grand avenue and owned "by Mr. Rudd. The latter has now got a fine (Continued from -front that during the interview with Pre- mier Briand the King talked frankly about the situation and told -the French statesman in energetic terms that he did not propose to obey the injunction of the Vatican, to tolerate the threats of Pius X. or to allow the Vatican to mix with politics. Didn't Hold Reception Rome, Aug. 12. Cardinal Merry Del Val did not hold the customary .Friday reception to diplomats 'week and the omission is regarded as significant. To be sure the postpone- ment of these receptions are frequent during the summer months, -but in view of the gravity from the situa- tion with Spain it would appear, that the papal secretary had deliberately too! Before you M, get in for the