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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Pally Herald, Tuesday, August bad are some of the effects of con- stipation. The mild, sensible, reliable remedy b They contain the latent discovered and best eYacuant known, which empties the bowels without the slightest discomfort and without dis- turbing 'the rest of the system. Constantly increased doses ire not necessary. 2fc. Vtwk.' and wilt mail thorn. 25 One Md ChMwwl CMPMT BUDGET Miss Driscoll-is spending a short vacation at Bang. "K" Division of the Mounted Po- have secured eight convictions during the past month of parties starting prairie fires. Jno. Macdougal, commissioner of custoirs for Canada, and Chief In- spector McMichael were in the Saturday.. t are visiting, Mrs. Danes' Mr. and Mrs. Rochon, Crabb street. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rochon, of Calgary, arc also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rochon. The .entire party leaves for the coast Friday was this afternoon. Con- to-morrow. Elton McKenzie, of this city, is as- FAMOUS FOOT NOTE MAY GO J. Wesley Never Out- lined a Lot Of Sped- fie Evils Victoria, August first-ses- sion of the general conference since siderable business was put through. The delegates appeared in specially sisting Mr. Page, of St. Louis, who gOOd humor after their Sunday rest. The fim item was the appointment his ranch near the Bark tract south j i of Cards-ton, and who is putting in a; reservoir for irrigation and !of a special committee of thirty-five members to take recommendations re- Mrs., Sam Armstrong and Mrs. Wm. stock purposes. j garding the liberation by. the Minister of Justice of Skill and King, after Bennett left Saturday afternoon for j Cranhrook Herald: Mr. J. Hefaer i being iniprisoned for sale of indecent Pmcher Creek to. spend a few days Young and wife, of Lethbridge, stay-j ]iterature_ They will aiso re_ with Mrs. Armstrong's parents. ed off at Cranbrook on Saturday. Mr. i commendations regarding such sales Miss Bessie Kottmier, of Lethbridge i Young is looking the injin thiaf in moraine, Before brcakfut, drink MAGI Edittd by 1052 is the guest of Miss Mae McArthur, j search of a suitable farm, as he in-! having arrived on tertds settling in this part of the The general secretary announced to on MTLIUUS w I the conference that he had received Gazette. Mr" YouilS and I word from Robert Kerr, Sam Stacker, Of the Waddingtan- Mondays flyer to transact somebusi-1Moatreal> to the effect Esq., of Stuckey Co., returned from the west this morning when he secured large v contracts for hay. ness ar Vernon. delegates would be granted the same A coyote wearing a tag was killed j stop-over privileges as the eastern by a dog owned by Pilling Bros., at, delegates on the route home. Sam Sadowski.has purchased R. H. i sPrinS Coulee on Friday last. On'pjause. Marlow's interest in-the Union Em- one side of the taS is stamped '-Ma-j grath, and on the other j v ne am-; notice should be given ployment Agency. Mr. Popham will manage the business. R. H. Owen, vice-president of the 0. W. Kerr Co., with Mrs. Ow-ia and i iiis son-in-law, T. J. Cummings, local manager of the Farm Security Co., are spending a few days at Mr. Ow- en's ranch, south of Cardston. C. C. McGregor and J. T. Berry have opened "The Exchange" in A. Southard's brick building on. Dufferin i-mal was tagged can only be J The tag has been left at the Herald I Office. At the Mounted (Ap- The committee on transfers recom- of the j quarterly boards concerned. A case j was cited where the minister was transferred and the quarterly board Police Barracks j of his ehujoh was not about yesterday afternoon before Supt. Wil- !'jt Deviously. son, J.P., and Inspector West, J.P., Chris Eckberg was found guilty of taking a quantity of second-hand side- walk lumber belonging to the city, and fined 55 and costs, and ordered special field secretary in the west. The committee did not recommend this and the general conference ac- cepted their decision. A committee was recommended by this department consisting of the General superintend- ent, and secretary to draft a memor- ial to the imperial authorities relat- ing to the opium trade, in China. They are eager that China be not hindered in her effort to rid herself of this trade and'that talk about ess of revenue be not considered. The Celebrated Footnote Four years ago at the general con-j erence in Montreal a number of raen vere appointed as .commission on the church rules. They were to report proposed changes at the next general conference." Dr. Raakin read their report. The first clause related to! the retention of clause thirty-five which is popularly known as "The They proposed to sub- stitute a statement to the effect that Wesley had framed-these rules with- out any thought Of legalism and had no idea that an outward observance of them would be considered satisfac- To Woman: The fairest work of the Author; the edition is large and no man should be without a copy. Here's to the womau with a heart room for like a trolley one more. SOCIAL AN DPERSONAL and Mrs. Ross and children left yesterday afternoon for Coleman, where they will reside in the future. Miss Stewart ot" the Dominion land office, left yesterday afternoon for Suttield, where she will spend a week visiting relatives. Mr. Stewart of Pin- Cher Creek accompanied his sister. Mrs. William Stafford and the Stafford returned yesterdax afternoon .from the coast, where thej nave -been visiting for the past weeks. A few intimate friends in the received invitations yesterday for the wedding; of Miss Ethel Mildred Stew of Mr. and Mrs. John Uixon of Maple Creek. Sask., and Mr, Simpson J. Sheppard of Lethbridge, be celebrated on Wednesday after- they are designed to give a long line from neck, to waist, the trimming is generally vertical. Stripes produced .by darning linen thread into tulle is the newest idea. The stripes run. up and down oti the sleeves, where they are darned in horizontal lines. With a blouse of this sort crocheted but- tons are used. A uew idea for a waist is to use thin satin finely tucked. Instead of a shallow yoke, the tucks extend right up to the neck, where the waist is finished with a transparent baud of white lace, forming-the stock. Models of this sort no other touch of lace save this white collar, and then again they iasten dowa the front with lace-covered buttons. Lingerie, as well as coarse linen collars in both the Dutch and sailor aild dressing. Newbros Herpfcid'e. THE GIRL WITH BEAUTIFUL HAIR Attracts Attention Everywhere There is one sure and certain way for every woman to have beautiful hair, and that is to give it intelligent care, which includes the .use of New- bio's Herpicide. Thin remarkable preparation kills absolutely 'tflie dandruff germ, eradi- cates dandruff and prevents (the hair from falling. The prophlactie action of Herpicide keeps the hair free from disease, and with the scalp sweet and clean a na'- ural hair growth is inevitable. Herpicide hair scintillates with health and vigor, light and dustre, pro- duced only by the well-known scalp to a tailored coat. Of course, have a novel touch this season, tory evidence of a Christian life. He noon- at 4-30 o'clock in the street. A general real estate broker- to reiund tne citv the value of age and financial business will oe car r. lumber taken, ned on. Mrs. Charles Vanhom, of Leth- bridge, and her mother, Mrs. Halli- day, who have been visiting in town, left on Tuesday for Banff, accompan- the Permission was .given authorizing the Book and Publishing committee to appoint au assistant bock stew- ard at the Central Book room when lit should be considered necessary. The Temperance and Social Reform committee succeeded in passing sever- by Mrs. D. B. Clares- AJJ. UWOOAllis OC Carmangay Sun Chas. Tape, a al recommendations. One is the reg- young man who has been around here J ular appointment by the annual con- for about a hired a team from Wm. Waonop to go to Brooks, to a four davs- holm Review. A carload -of did not turn up on Monday Mr. Wan- Allis-Chalmers-Bul- lock mining machinery, consigned .to various plants in the district, was -unloaded here by the Ingersoll-Sar- geant Co. The millinery business of W. H. Scott, Dufferin street, has been taken over, by the Lethbridge Millinery Co., Ltd. Miss L. A. Scott, is the man- ager for the new company. The fall openings will be held at this store on August 27. Mr. and Mrs. J. Danes, of Victoria, In buying a cougn medicine, doat be afraid to get .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it, and relief is sure to foHow. Especial- ly recommended for coughs, colds and terence of temperance secretaries in each, district. Another is that the general secre- tary has power to call together the not enumerated a-'long list of spe cific.evils. A number of men asked for more time to' consider this clause and wished that .-the old paragraph and the proposed new one be printed and passed _around. The question was therefore laid over. It looks, how- j ever, as if the has been a. bone ot contention for the last twenty-four 'years, would get its quietus. Several paragraphs, hoary with age. regarding whom and when to marry, what kind of clothes to wear, etc., were given a respectable funeral. The paragraphs relating to young ministers consulting the super- iors in'office about marriage met with ot nop 'became suspicious, and made en-jstandiDg of temperance qmries, and lound that instead of go- anv conference. mg to Brooks, he had headed south to j They also asked permission to em- cross the line. He was traced- as far ploy ,vben needed) as Lethbridge. The police are after strong opposition. Times Have Changed Dr. Bland said that these rules-re- lating to a young man's conduct to- -Maple "Creek Methodist church. After the ceremony a reception will be held at "The the home of the bride-elect's -parents. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Remember tomorrow evening the members of -the Alter Society of St Patrick's church will entertain with a garden party on the grounds sur- rounding the church, and you are es- pecially invited to be one of their guests. The Miners' Band will be in attendance throughout the evening. THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES Have you ever visited the depot when the afternoon train is ready to depart and taken time to study the women in the waiting room? Our -was an hour late the other after- secre-1 a xi-oman were framed under j noon so I had ample time to study up. and nn rfnnht ,rfii H K- tadeS reduction on original cost. FOR seven roomed houses in Duff Addition. Will rent very reasonable for the winter. GALVIN-HATFIELD CO. PHONE 1425 OFFICE ROOM 1 OTT'BLOCK ;