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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Tuesday August, 16.1010 OLD COUNTRY BISCUITS We have the Sole Agency for the Famous Crawford Makes These are the most delicious biscuits we have ever put in stock. Fresh, crisp and appetizing. Twenty one varieties in the assortment See our window display. Here are the low prices. Mayfair, a Ib............50c Oval Digestive, a Ib. ...40c Italian Wafers, a Ib......40c Keel Fingers, a Ib.......50c Oval Rich Tea, a Ib......40c Butter Creams, a Ib.-.....40c Appetite Wafers, a Ib. ..60o Cocoanut Rings .........35c Sweet Currants .........35c Marie, a Ib..............35c Polo, a Dux, a Ib................40c Mexican, a Ib............40c Creamy Chocolate, a lb..40c Cracknel Cup............50o Arrowroot Thin, a Ib ...40c Metrop. Mixed, a Ib.....25q People's Mixed, a Ib.....25c Nursery, a Ib...........40c Petite Buerre, a Jb.....35c B.uiter Puffs ............50c NEW CHOCOLATES AND CANDIES JUST PUT IN STOCK Chocolate Maple Walnut Chocolate Apple Creams Chocolate Ice Cream Chocolate Parisian Creams Chocolate Orange Chips Chocolate Raspberry Creams Chocolate Ladies' Caramels Chocolate Mints. Crown Cough Drops McCormick Fruit Tablets McCormick -Butter Cups McCormick Brilliant Cups McCormick Baby Sticks McCormick Acid Drops Linseed, Licorine Tablets Satine Fruit Waffles. For rhMJu tun, gout mmd otkmr sifM of kid- or for tUMuch therm U and pain Alleviation in flAGI "V THt WftTCft Of, Edited by Phone 1052 TO TAKE GEN. PLACE LAKE'S London, Aug. Alder- shot it is announced that Ma- jor peneral J. MacKenzie has been selected as chief of gen- eral staff and first military adviser to the Canadian gov ernmeni Dental Bud Chewing Gum at 5c a package A. MACDONALD CO. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs. D. E. Wilcox, of Cardston, is visiting Mrs. D. H. Elton, Road, for a few days. London A. S. Bowman returned to the city .cist accosipa-nicu man and child. Mrs. Bow- Your face will feel smooth and grateful if you use FACE CREAM Greaseless, disappearing. It dears the the skin after exposure to wind sin and prevents the biting, sldii-destroying effects of the use of hard water. 25c. buys a big artistic jar. TO HIS SUCCESSOR SHOULD WIFE REMARRY Provided in Will of 'Late Dr. W. H. Graham of and guaranteed by ALL LETHBR1DGE DRUGGISTS LOSS OF SIXTY MILLIONS Brussels. Aug. list of awards for the Brussels exposition which it -was first announced was lost in the fire which swept a large por- tion of the exposition Sunday is still available and exhibitors will receive their prizes. The commissioner gen- eral fearing accident had a complete -duplicate list which he kept at his residence. The estimates of the loss from fire are from to Hamilton G-. T. R. trainmen deny that they have appealed to the Inter- national Executive to investigate their complaints about the settlement of the recent strike. Toronto, Ontario, August "In case my wife re-marries, then she is to receive but shall then have no further interest in or control over my estate; and in that event -I bequeath to the man whom she then marries the sum of ?25." This is a clause from the will of the late Dr. Wm. Henry Graham, of Toron- to, who died on June 21, leaving an estate of In his will lie directs his executors to -pay his wife, Margaret Graham. "so long as "she remains my respect- able whatever she requires from the income of the estate "to maintain her respectability and to support and educate my children till they attain the age of 24 years.'' "I desire that my wife is to have control over the religious training and education of my children, but they are to he educated in non-Catholic schools and all the schools, they attend, whether-public, high school, colleges, or universities or other schools shall not ibe Catholic schools" says the will. "I desire that the hoys after taking a course in the high school or "Upper Canada College, shall adopt a .business career in preference to a profession. "Should my daughter or daughters Become nuns or enter any convent as sisters they are not to receive any portion of my estate, so long as they CUT GLASS As a gift to the bride Cut Glass is always appropriate and pleasing. Our glass is made from clear crystal, beautifully cut and brilliantly polished, and 1 we have some exceptionally handsome designs. Let us suggest a few prices: Water Pitchers, to Bowls, 8 in., up. Butter Plates, to Bon Sons, to Conports, to 515. Nappies. to .Cream and Sugar, to Olive Dishes, to Spoon Trays, ?6. Vases, to We will be pleased to show you these when you call. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St. Miss Miner and Miss E. Vance, 291 Brunton St., will- not receive during the remainder. of this month. Miss Bower, of Simmons and Shep- herds's law "office staff, has returned from Edmonton, where she has been on a two-weeks' visit. Mrs. R.O'Hagan and" daughters, Miss- es Agnes and Myril, returned last night from spending" nearly four months in Eastern Canada cities and the Thous- and Islands. Miss E. Vance ;-and Miss -Miner, of 291, ;Branton Miss Vance's sister from Medicine Hat, left this morning to spend a week at the Wat erton lakes. PREACHES SERMON BETWEEN DANCES Georgetown Pastor Conducts Service on Sunday Night in Dancing Pavilion in Seattle Seattle, Wash., Aug. prescrib- ed large doses of dancing and small doses of religion last night, on the theory that it would be best to start off easily. In time I hope te equalize the two a little said Rev. Frank Herthum, pastor of the Union Christian cburch-of Georgetown, to- iy. Rev. Mr. Herthum was speaking of the four hours of dancing and fifteen l' minutes of religious services at Dream- and rink, the largest dancing pavillion of the city, last nigbt. For the first time in the United Whether you are rich or poor It pays to use On account of its great strength it is the cheapest tea a poor man can buy, and the mil- lionaire if he wants the best must have Blue Ribbon. Try a-pound packet and if you do not find it superior to the tea you have been using, you can return it and your grocer will refund purchase price. CENSUS MAY SHOW IN U. S. Bureau to Give Out Total Figures About Middle of October Washington, Aug. will ,be about the middle of October before tiie people of the United States learn their true number as revealed by the count of the thirteenth census. It is ;enexally believed that the number will .be about and census officials are known to share this be- remain so connected." He leaves .the use of his house to his wife "so long as she remains my respectable .but decrees that "none of her brothers except Charles are to reside in the iouse occupied toy my wife for more than -four days in any and he adds 'that "as long as my wife's father is alive, her moth- er is not to reside with my wile for more than one month in any one year." PERMITS TO BUILD W. J. Bunce, London, dwelling, ?200; D. H. Way, Dufferin, dwelling, Geo. Struger Wilson, dwelling, Mrs. C. Begin .left on a visit to irela tives. in Montreal after an absence o 37 years. She was married in Win nipeg in 1874. She came to Fort Gar ry as lady campanion of the wife of the late Hon." Judge Betournay. Mrs. Sophia Morris. 432 Delaware avenue, announces the en gagemem of her daughter, Nellie Mel- lissa Morris to Alfred Weller Girvin M. D., C. M., of Strathmore, Alberta. The marriage will take place early in September. LONG-MEHEW Yesterday at 1.30 p. there was solemnized at Wesley church parson- age the marriage of Oliver T. Long and "Grace V. Mehew, both1" of Leth- bridge. They were attended by J. Ben- son Long, brother of the groom, and Miss J. Ann Huddle. The bride's dress was a beautiful princess lawn, with hat to match. Her travelling suit was cloth of brOwn. The brides- maid was attire cream cashmere. Sole Selling Agents in Leth- bridge for the famous Northway Garments..... The Ladies' Store Cash and One Price The Right Thing, at the Right Time, at the Right Price Exclusive control for Lethbridge for Northway's Man-Tailored Garments Piles of New Goods Arriving Daily By Freight and Express WE'RE READY TO SERVE YOU AS BEFORE New dress goods and silks, new challies and waisrings, new flannels and flannelettes, new 'cottons and sheetings, new prints and ginghams, new hosiery and gloves, new corsets and underwear, new belts and neck- wear, new ribbons and laces, new waists and underskirts and A splendid showing of new fall suits, coats and skirts including those.of the famous Northway make, for which wc have the sole selling agency in Lethbridgs. Big selections in various departments that you have not seen something new and interesting every day. By far the best assortment within your reach and values you cannot better in goods of such splendid quality and thorough dependability. NEW WOOL CASHMERES Nice fine quality, absolutely pure wool; 40 inches, wide, shown colors navy, cardinal, brown, sky. rose and cream. Special .....45c HEAVY CORDUROY VELVET Very wide, extra heavy cord, shown in colors brown, tan, myrtle, cardi- nal, nax-y and grey, suitable for ladies' costumes or children's wear full 24 inches wide. Special ...65c NEW WOOL CHALLIES Always strong favorites for waists, dressing sacques and chil- dren's wear, shown in spots, floral designs and several entirely new Persian effects. Pure wool and washable. Special ...........soc HEAVY STRIPED FLANNELETTE An extra heavy imported cloth, 32 inches wide, shown in various lighr colored stripes, soft and free from dressing, very fine and closely wo- ven. A beauty at the price Rev. Edward Cragg. was the official- ing clergyman, in the. absence of Rev. T. P. Perry. The bridal couple left on the aicerrioon train for a week's honeymoon to Calgary and Banff. ief. About 300 of the more than 1800 clerks in the census office are com- piling population figures only, -while the others are working 'on their sta- tistics. Contrary to -the general op- inion all the counting of the people is done 'by hand, the tabulating ma- chines being used only in classifica- tion as to race, sex and other condi- tions." figures will continue to 'be given out day by day for the next two months or more, while the sociological and industrial figures will come All enumeration figures are counted three to four times, and an investigation is ordered if there is any suggestion of an error. In two cities, evidence of fraud has been discovered and in one, Great Falls, Mont., a prosecution has toeen undertaken for fraudulent enumera- tion. The intention-of Director Durand is to tabulate first the population of the large cities, after which the figures or the states "will be given out as THIS PASTOR .MADE CHURCH OF BOAT Rev. Salton, Hamilton, Held Service on Bay for Shop Employees' Benefit Hamilton, Aug. J. W. Sai- toh and his congregation, of the Hugh- son street Baptist church, tried a unique experiment yesterday in hold- ing a service- on the steamer John R., on the Bay. Over 400 persons at- tended. Rev. Mr. Salton explained that the object of such a service was to enable those who were confined in shops all week, and for this reason did not care to attend church in the hot wea- ker, to attend a gospel service under more pleasant conditions. they are ascertained, the returns for all counties in the state being an- nounced at -the same time as the fig- ures for the state. TROOPS CALLED TO COLUMBUS Columbus, Ohio, Aug. first regiment of the Ohio National Guard arrived from Cincinnati early today on .the -call' by Governor Harmon, to strike duty here. There has 'been very little rioting or disorder -since the announcement that troops would be ordered to Columbus and the street cars are running oh something like schedule time. NEGROES BARRED FROM VOTE Westville, Okla., Aug. tion of the "grandfather clause" amendment for the first time in an election here yesterday proved to be hard on the negroes on whom it was exercised. But three of the 100 ne- groes passed the test which the clauses requires. Dr. de Van's French Female Pills A reliable regulator; never fails.' While.these pills are exceedingly pow- erful in regulating the generative por- tion of the female system, they are strictly safe to use. Refuse all cheap imitations. Dr. de 'Van's are sold at a box. Mailed to' The Scobell Drug Co., St Catherines, Ont. For sale at all drugstores; EARL GREY'S SHIELD Ottawa, Aug .1 results' are announced in''connection, with 'the competition for Earl Grey's Challenge presented to the" municipal- ty having the largest cad- ets in proportion to population. Que- ibec province shows up well. Strath- cona, Alta., wins the shield and the'-, next in order are L' Assomption coun- Three Rivers, Edmon- ton, Jollette, Chicoutimi, St. Hyacinth, Iberville. 'Irigersoll, Nicola and Tar- mouth. TWO DROWNED AT BROCKV1LLE Brockville, Ont., Aug. dou- ble drowning accident occurred .yes- terday at Crippen Lake of the RK deau chain, the victims being tisro1 young men named Harry Raymond and John Carlyle. with, three others, were "bathing and getting 'be- yond their depth, were .drowned 'be- fore assistance could reach them. Nei- ther could swim. The bodies were recovered at midnight. Raymond, leaves a wife and three small chil- dren. OUR FAMOUS MEDIUM-PRICED SUITS 525.00 Better than ever this in style, better in workmanshm better :n the quality of the materials. A representative display just to hand indicating what is to be "correct" for tv season's wear. Beautiful models, every one of them, made of pure wool cheviots VP tians, and diagonal worsteds in colors navy, wisteria, old rose, grey green brown black, rery neat three-o.uarter fitting coats, pleated skirts designed'in various fects. Come in and see them. INCH TAFFETA RIBBON A splendid weight ribbon; in pure finish, soft and srrong, shown in every wanted color, really worth per yard if bought in the regular way. Spec- ial ..........................................18c NEW D. A. CORSETS One of the newest models of the season, perfect fitting, easy 'wearing, long, hips ar.d back, medium has two pair of hose supporters, front and sides. Special ..............................95c SPLENDID CASHMERE HOSE NEW MOTOR SCARFS I'.ull two and one-eighth yards long, 20 inches wide, made of soft rich Japonica silk hemstitched ends and lock-stitch edges, colors fawn, navy skv Copenhagan, gray, brown, old roso, reseda' ami BURGOMASTER TO-NIGHT Wm. P. Cullen has made" a big re- vival of Pixley and Luder's famous musical comedy success, "Tie Burgo- and -will present. it at the Majestic to-night and to-morow, -with a large cast headed'by Gus TFeinburg in the role of Peter Stuyvesand, the old burgomaster of New Amsterdam. The company will number 50 people. The production is an especially hand- some one. The costums have been re- vised 'and are all new. Especial atten- tion has been paid' by Mr. Cullen "to the voices of. the chorus, as 'well as to tlic beauty of the feminine "The Burgomaster" was the first, of Pixley" and Luder's pieces to gain popularity, others being "The Prince of "King and the "Grand Mogul." The music is of the signing and whistling variety, arid it is said that more copies of the "Tale of the Kangaroo" and "I Love You'' have been -sold than of any other' songs in musical comedies. HEROIC GIRL DROW'NED St. 'Hycinthe. Owe., Aug. While out fishing- with her young Miss Juliette Teilier, 17 years of age, daughter of Mr. J. A. Tellier, was drowned while attempting to save the ilittle 'boy who fell into the water while attempting to stand in a canoe. The ;boy was rescued iby a youth nam- ed Chalifoux, hut the girl went down before rescuers could reach her. new and entirely different from ordinary preparations. their purpose without dfeturbing the rest of the system, and are'therefore the ideal laxative for the nursing mother, as tbcy do not affect the child. Compounded, like all NA-DRU-CO prepjuafioos, by expert chemists. If unsatisfactory we'll gladly return your money. 25c.abos. If your druggist has not yet slocked them, send and we will mail them. 24 Montreal. AT THE EUREKA An excellent program is again on this week at the Eureka, including a first cla'ss comedy sketch and a new line of slack wire balancing stunts. The comedy duo, represent a a man and wife who sadly misimder- sctod each other, 'which -misunder- standing combined with jealousy, com- plicate matters in an extremely com- ical manner, resulting in the man "going out in the garden, and going coming back in a DrJekyll- and-Mr.-Hyde condition, and generally frightening the wits out of his wife. Explanations however, ensue and all ends well. The slack wire equilibrist is another good feature of tlie pro- gram, his work toeing exceptionally well done, and includes numerous novel tricks, such as riding a wheel on the wire, etc. Motion pictures include a comedy series "A Day Off" a real side splitter. FIG PILLS Cure Backache, Bladder and Kidney Trouble A few doses of FIG PILLS will con- vince you that a few more will cure you. Every box of FIG PILLS is guaranteed. If they do not cure all Bladder, Kidney, Rheumatism and Liver Trouble, your money will be refunded. 25c a ibox at all leading drug stores. RIGHT HONORABLE Sir Wilfrid Laurier PREMIER OF CANADA VISITS LETHBRIDGE ON Wednesday, August 31st ;