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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Thursday, August and Be Stop starring suffering the pangs of indigestion- worrying about what you dare and dare not eat. Eat hearty meals of wholwsome food, take and you'll feel like a new person. Sour occasional indigestion chronic dyspepsia all yield quickly to NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly digested food restores your strength, your stomach regains its tone, and soon requires no further aid. 50c. a box. if your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we will mail them. 37 NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL Co. OF CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. GAMBLERS WERE FINED there were all friends of one another who were playing a friendly game of At the police court this morning R i poker. There was no rake-off of any A. Smith, barrister, appeared on be- j kind and no part of the premises de- ftalf of Geo. MacMUlaa charged with i anj- benefit from the game. C. being keeper of a gambling: place, sixjjj %vest, J. P.. who presided, said that others "charged with gamblin three -with looking on. al! of whom i assnred the premises were PASSENGERS DO NOT SEE THEM Crippen and Leneve Take Their Exercise on Steamer at Ni London, Aug. wireless niess- iage from the steamer Megantic on which Dr. Crippen and Ethel Leneve are .being brought back for trial on a murder charge, says that the prison- ers are not seen upon the deck in day time, but that it is reserved for them for purposes of exercise at nieht. They reach it by a private stairway. During the day they read novels and sleep in their cabins. The passengers are deeply interested in them, some rising early in the hope of seeing the prisoners, but are un- successful. up! You too! Before you get in chape for the day; drink a of were arrested in MacMillan's rooms one night during the Fair here for net in use as a regular gaming place, he would only fine MacMillan and pleaded guilty under the land costs, the players and costs city, by-laws! Mr. Smith said he was j each and the lookers on and costs. instructed that the rooms in question were not being used generally for The mayor of Ottumwa. la., has gaining purposes, that there -was not j been ousted, on account of neglect to a. stranger in the place, -that the men-duty and intoxication. Rochester. N. Y., cats are dying off by the hundreds as' the result of a sort of fever which seems to be epidemic in the city. All have the same symp- They seem to waste away, the illness lasting for about one week, and die. Tbe WE INVITE INSPECTION OF OUR ATTRACTIVE FALL. MERCHANDISE The enlarged premises enable us to show a very much larger stock, and to serve our customers to better advantage DRESS MATERIALS, Fall. 1910 We ant to show you all the new ma- terials for dresses and suits: too many pretty tilings for street and house dresses to describe here. Come and see for your- self. Dress trimmings in all the new and staple shades. SILK BLOUSES, exceptional value Black and colored Taffeta Silk Blouses, nicely tucked and trimmed; covered buttons. A aist eas% worth Making.a each.................................................S3.YO One-Piece Dresses Ready to Wear Tor quality, style and fit, the one-piece dresses we show this season are certainly models. two alike, a big variety of styles and trim- mino's in all the popular shades and The Prices range and Taffeta Silk Dresses Rajah Silk Dresses UNDERSKIRTS Shot Silk Underskirts Made of heavy quality Shot Taffeta Silk, deep tucked flounce, with 15 inch under dust flounce. Patent, adjustable band and pocket. In fact a 67.50 Skirt for S6JO THE NEW UNDEKWEAR IS HERE And we think the ranee as complete as it's possible for a store to have it. Light medium and heavy wool. Cashmere or Union (cotton and "Shirts and Drawers for Men, Women and Children. The Stanfield'Brand has stood the test. We have it. New Kid gray., hrown. navy, green, alice, Wack .and white. Fully guaranteed. Per pair Silk Motor the best shades at, each and Heavy Dress Goods ior Sckool Dresses 42 inch heavy Twill Melton Cloth in shades of brown, navy, green} oray and taupe. A onderfnl cloth, at tlie price, per yard.....35C' 48 inch heavy broadcloth finish Melton Dress Goods, in a good range of the most useful shades for suits or skirts, at per yard .......50 C School Hosiery in Cotton or Wool for hard wear. All sizes here. fffiTSIMPSON CO. CRABBST. LTD. LETHBRIDGE Edited by Phone 1052 WEL EXHIBIT AT COLUMBUS Board of Trade Makes Wise Move-A Chief Weed Inspector Ac the Board of Trade luncheon this afternoon it was decided to send an exhibit to the National Corn Exhibi- tion to be held next winter at Colum- bus, Ohio. It was suggested by Sec- retary McNicol, who said tliat if the expected grant was received from the provincial government the board could make the exhibit and keep within its means, but if the grant was not forth- coming it might mean a deficit of about Mayor Adams remarked that if it was good business to s'how at Omaiii last year it would be becter business go to Columbus this year. President Nourse thought, too, that the present was one season when Southern Alberta should put on its best clothes. On motion of C. F. P. Uonybeare, seconded by Mayor Ad- ams, it was unanimously decided to sen-d the. exhibit. Guarantee Band's Expenses A letter was received from Secre- tary John T. Burns the Dry Farm- ing Congress at Spokane, saying 'that no provision.7had been made by -their musical committee to pay bands from outside points. Taking the matter up with their president, however, he would say that they would guarantee the Citizens' Band irom Lethbridge their expenses while in Spokane if they went. He suggested that the C. P. R. be asked to transport the 'band in a special car free, as its contribu- tion to, the advertising of Southern Alberta, also that the immigration de- of Alberta and -Canada be asked -to assist Some discussion, re- sulted in -the secretary being instruct- ed to write botn the C. P. R. and'the Dominion immigration Departments for grants or assistance in taking the exhibit and band to Spokane. Chief Weed Inspector A letter was received from CMsf Weed Inspector 'Lewis saying Jtihat there were six inspectors in the L.-.'-.h- bridge district, one each at Taber, Raymond, Macleod. Cardston, Burdett and Pincher Creek, It Tvas decided on motion of A. H. McKeown r.o ask the government -to appoint a c.-iiief -weed inspector to 'be stationed at .Lethbridge as there seemed to be n. lack of attention to the inspection of weeds in the city and immediate dis- trict Messrs. Plunkett and Savage, whole- sale fruit merchants, wrote calling attention to poor service for perish- able goods on local freights west of Lethbridge, and asking the board to take action. The letter was referred back to Messrs. Plunkett and Savage asking them to take up the matter first with the C. P. R. Hon. Duncan. Marshall, provincial Minister of Agriculture, wrote ack- nowledging receipt of the board's let- ter in regard to seed grain distribu- tion. He said the whole matter of seed grain was a vexed question but he was taking it up to see what was best be done. Opposed to Bonuses The president called attention to a campaign being carried on by the Monetary Times of Toronto, with the view oi ascertaining what cities were opposed to the policy of attracting in- dustries by bonusing them. A num- ibcr ot cities had gone on record in the Times as opposing the system. Mayor Adams thought Lethbridge should also go on record as 'being heartily opposed to the system and willing to co-operate in any scheme leading to its abolition. The secre- tary was instructed to write the Monetary Times to that effect. S. J." Shepherd, of the, Lauxier day committee, wrote saying that an opportunity would be-arranged for the presentation of a memorial to Sir Wilfrid on the occasion of his visit here, from the board of trade, calling attention to the need of an adequate postoffice building. In order to accommodate the pre- sident who will be in Calgary, the major portion of next month, only being in Lethbridge on Saturdays, it was decided to hold the weekly lunch- eons during September on Saturdays instead of Thursdays. Those present were: President Nourse, C. P. P. Conybeare, Mayor Adams, P. Sick, E. TJ. Rylands, A." B. Stafford, A. H. McKeown, Secre- tary McNicol and A. C, Kemmis, of Pincher Creek. TOASTS A perfect woman, nobly planned, To warn, to comfort and command. May the hinges of friendship never grow rusty. May Dame Fortune ever smile on you. but never her Fortune'. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Smith, of Gait, Out., is visiting Mrs. F. R. Robertson, 25 Argvle Are. Miss Tripp "returned yesterday from a week's visit with friends in Calgary. Miss Dora Nimmons has gone to Crossfield, where she has accepted an appointment as 'teacher. Mrs. H. Galvin and daughter Helen, accompanied by Mrs. M. Hatfield. re, turned- home yesterday after a six weeks' delightful sojourn in California. Dr. J. S. Stewart and Mrs. Stewart, Brampton. Ont.. and other eastern points. They will be gone several weeks. W Supt. and Mrs. Fairfield, are enjoy- ing an extended visit from Mr. Fair- field's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Fairfield, of Kingston, Ontario, who have been visiting at tlae coast. Hundred Pattern Hats on Ex- hibit, Displaying the Latest Ideas In Fall Millinery 514 Dufferin St. L. A. Scott, Manager parents' loving embrace, a cheerful smile and substantial breakfast, it will have rr.uch to do with making the day a success. POSTOFFICE FOR STAFFORDVILLE The following new postoffices are Mrs. Warren, who lias been spending being opened ia the constituency of the summer with her daughter.. Mrs. Medicine Hat j E. Wells, returned yesterday morn- _ _ _ accompanying Mr. Wells. Mrs. Wells 5s progressing nicely each day. C. Hauser. and daughter Hazel, of Chicago, who have been the Mrs. on guests of Mrs. A. V- Gibbons Courtland street, left this morains tte Fiver. They will visit Banff, Van- couver and other coast cities before returning home. Miss Gj Miss Griffiths accompanied Mib. Hau- ser and daughter as far as Macleod. Mrs R E. McArthur entertained a dozen'voung folks pleasantly last evening as a courtesy to Miss Wm- nifred McCutcheon. of Port Arthur, who is a visitor in the city for a few days, before continuing her jaurney east from'the coast. The early part of the evening was spent playing cards and after the dainty menu was served at the small tables an informal little j dance was enjoyed. Barney on S.E. quarter sec. 34, tp. 12, range 17, 0. K. Nelson, postmas- ter. Stafford village, Geo. Williams, postmaster. Fairacres, on N.W. quarter sec. 22, tp. 29, range 4, Miss Minnie E. Nel- son, postmistress. Pashley, on S.W. quarter sec. 7, tp. 12, range 3, John R. Crane, post- master. Shand, on N.E. quarter sec. 13, tp. 93 range 12, Jas. J. Shand, post- master. RACE RESETS AT EDMONTON Cream Edmonton, Aug. thousand people were present at the opening of the Edmonton Exhibition -this after- noon, Tjae exhibition was scheduled to open yesterday, but owing to the incessant downpour of rain, was post- poned. Lieut-Governor Bulyea offie- until tenaer; iated at of rid water and drain again. Make a the first in the new fifty- LUAU. t______ flora firrrvnmfle OAILY RECIPE Macaroni or Spaghetti with Sauce. Ul_li Sauce.-Boil a quarter of a pound of macaroni or spaghetti twenty to thir- v minutes in rapidly boiling salted tender; drain., rinse in CO1U wansj-j sauce of one cup of milk poured into a tablespoon each of flour and butter Which have been Bolted together. Grate a little cheese in it and stir in the macaroni or spaghetti which was -rl" _ broken in small pieces, oughly and serve. Heat thor- THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES In a very short time vacation days be over, and the doors ot various educational institutions once more he, opened to all those who are seeking to fit themselves for _the great battle of life that lavs beiore The Pincher Creek Mill Elevator Co. opened their elevator this week and have already taken in quite a large quantity ot a good grade oil thing is so new to them, and their sweet, little, anxious faces are a study. So much care and interest has been given to their clothes, brand-new lit- tle school bags, that are so lull o! interest to them, and many words ot advice as to obedience and attention to their teachers that their little brains seem all of a whirl, and heart is beating fast when the pointed time comes for them to enter the schoolroom for the first time No wonder the poor little can't eat any breakfast, and _ home headache or nearly faint- ing from excitement as well as hun- ger and entirely disgusted with school the very first day. To the timid child the first day at ordeal never to be for- the ap- souls come acre grounds which have 'been -trans- ferred into a, modernly equipped exhi- bition park at a cost of two hundred thousand dollars. Entries this year total 1700 and include practically all the prize Winnipeg stock and entries from other iWestern fairs. The results of the races were: 2.50 pace, 2.45 JLamona (Stetson) I. G. Rut- tie, Calgary 1 1 1 Dr. Forbes, (A. Shaw) M. Shaw, Edmonton 2 3 2 Victoria Bars (Smith) H. Saskatoon ..323 Pathfinder (Vance) B. Wal- lace, Lethbridge 4' 4 4 them. lace, Lethbridge Let us first look at the little ones R (Bliodeau) c D. Blio- just beginning their school life bvery