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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The X^thfrrldy Daljy Herald* Monday, August 20,1910. Suite 2 Hill Block, upstairs APPRENTIcI WANTED eay Redpath Street Vigorous Health -the power to en work �nd piea5ure| good digestion. Mo the full life'� :omes only with  ten* up weak atemachs-supply the digestive juices which i your lead beine properly converted Into brawn and sinew,'rj brain. SOe.  box at your druggist's or from Nuttwwl Prm ami ai��k�l C�. mt CmA,. Umit�A ' . � I licking-ensure I blood and active 32 Msnlrul. IN POLICE COURT Magiatrate Hears a Lot of Cases-Drunks and Oisordarliet At the city police icourt this morn Inx Heoiv Bowman, who aaM bwume Into town from a railroad gang in tho country for a day or two, was ctiarged with creating a disturbance '� admitted having had a little too mucli, was fined f3 and costs and advised to get bacit to work as hurriedly aa possible. Charles F. Smith, charged witu stealing a ride upon a C. P. R. tender trom Bow Island to LetJibridge contrary to tho Railway Act, admitted liis guiit but pl�adcd that he was a iiOBieatead�r but had not a cent of moacy left. He camc to ]L,ethbridge aa he wag expecting to receive here an end 1 have made up tr.y tnind to juinp overboard tonight. 1 Itnow I have .spoiled your life, but some day yon may learn to forgive. My last words are of love." Dew al.so introduced a torn piece of card, upon which Crippen had written this question, "Shall we wail until tonight abottt ten or eleven, if not, what time." .\skinK after Miss Lencve, t.'rippen said to the inspector, "I will do all I can for her." l.enevc Knew Nothing It is only fair to say that .she knows nothing.ftbout it. I never toid her anything," the witness said that in conversation with Capt Kendall, of the Montrose. Miss I^cnevc remarked that she had not seen a news paper sinco she left London, and referring to the murder mystery, added. "1 linow nothing about it, 1 intended writing my sister when T got to Quebec." When the warrant was rsad on hoard the ship, Miss Jjcneve wept and becoming greatly .agitated,-fainted. Dew concluded his testimony 'bv repeating a conversation which he Iiad had with Crippen, jvhile the latter was exercisingjon the deck of the Me-gantic, during'(he return trip to L,iv-erpool, Atig. 24, Crippen said. "' want ijo ask a favor of ypening of the new gromids bv st^curing, next year, lor the first time that it has evc-r been away from (/al-gary, the Alberta I'rovincial Isxhi-bition SOCIAL AND PERSONAL airs. Reeve will entertain Informally tomorrow evening.    Miss M. B. Batt ot Midland, Ont., arrived in the city Saturday to accept n position on the public school teaching staff. Until the recovery of Mias iVlcUlure, Miss Batt will have charge of Miss McClure'a claes at the Cent ral school.  * * .Mrs. McLeltand wad the hdateas at a bright bouse dance Friday evening to which thirty of the young society folk were bidden. Needham's orchestra played for the dances and 4>etween numbers the lawn and verandah were enjoyed. The rooms were fragrant with quantities of sweet peas.    Mrs. J. W. McNicol Is entertaining her mother, Mrs. Foster ot Montreal, and her sister, Mrs. T. D. Martyn of Jtacleod Mrs. Foster will divide hi? time during the winter between the homes of her daughters, Mrs. Martyn and Mrs. MoNlcW. Mrs. Martyn will return to Macleod In a few days. . * * * .Miss Audrey Neal and Miss Cav anaugh were the Tennis club bostcss-es Saturday afternoon. The courts during the afternoon were used most ly by the younger set, a number of the young matrons dropping In for tea.    Miss Mary McGregor, who has heen visiting at the home of'her brother, G. McGregor. Fifth avenue, leaves for Lethbridge on Monday.-Oalgary Herald.    The engagement is announced of Miss Mattie EMna, third daughter of the late Dr. J. G. Mennie of Toronto, and Jtrs. Mennle,,poff of Fergus, Ont'., to Beattie B. ill? of Hosmer, B. C, formerly of Lethbridge. The marriage will take place quietly in Calgary early in Septeml^er. Miss G. I-.yon and Miss F. Ross, of the Gait hospital; are spending a few weeks at Banff. � "    Instead of the veritable "pink tea" Mrs. T. VVray was the hostess at a aelightful little "yellow tea" Saturday afternoon at her home, "Uiburne Villa." "Black-eyed Susans," Golden Hod and Marguei'itegj.were used effectively in the adorninent of the diuWr in^ and dining rooms. The tea table was centred 'with a high silver bouquet holder filled with the prairie blossoms, and large bowls at each end of the hoard also held Marguerites and Golden Rod. Individual holders held daisies and yellow nasturt^ms. The prevailing color was carried out In the ices. THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES Nearly .every woman In the city reads the women's corner of this paper and I hope enjoys it, for the editor is trying" to cover all items of in-teroet.lhat would be likely to interest the women of tho city. But it must be understood that this cannot be made an interesting page unless the readers take a personal interest in tho department, and besides reading the Items of news each night, once in a while, contribute something themselves. Time and again after an event of Interest has occurred tho hostess or one of her friends rings me up and complains that I didn't say anything about some affair that probably took place a week previously, and is quite aggrieved. Now, I am no mind reader, dear women, and ^o , wish you would tell me when things occur directly afterwards. We are all Interested in the society columns of EXtst-ern p�p�rs and inithe papers of the Western cities, hut do you think their editors couM so thoroughly oovar their home city if the women of the city didn't assist them? Have yoir noticed our sporting Well, all morning long the men of the city-keep-the phone busy giving our Sportiac EMitor and the Herald reporters n*wsy Items for the sport page. Whn't, the women of the clt# follow suit? And plesse don't make me coax fdr every item that is in the women's coluniii. each evening. A numijer of the wofcen of the city have been tboufrhtful and kind, and if It hadn't heen for them I should have been in despair ages ago, but our corner woutd be so much more interesting if everyope would help. Is it not Just a tiny bit selfish to read the news each eveBlnr comment of the things you knew about that should have 1>��n In? SOWAL ERPECTIONj Cowatt's Perfection Cocoa is perfection itself.' Its matchless purity, smoothness and natural chocolaMi flavor, has placed COWAN'S in a class by itself. Your grocer will supply it. ISI COWAN CO.. UMUflB^    TOBONTOw MARKETS Li- me Ladies of Lethbridge May Now Have Beautiful Hair. Tiie Alberta Drug & Book Co. Has the Article and Guarantees it to Grow Hair, or Bef unci Your Money The Albert* Drug t Book Co. backed up by t'be manulacturers of SALVIA the Great Hair OTower, guarantee* it to Srow hair. SALVIA destror* Dandruff in ten days. The irootsi of the hair are so nour Ished and fed that a new crop of hair springs up, to the aaiaxement and delight of the user. The hair is made soft and ifluffy. Like all American preparations SALVIA is daintily per fumed. It ts hard to find an actreat who does not use SALVIA continu ally. Ladles of society and influence .use no other. SALVIA is a non-sticky preparation, and is the ladies' favorite. A large, generous bottle, 00c. The Sco bell Drug Co., St. Catherines, Canadiar distributors. Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg, Aug. 29.-Receipts today included all cattle, 1 bull, 17 calves. 23 hoes and 2 oxen. The majority of the run were .exporters from the west err. ranches. Shipments to the e?i8t take place almost daily. The res.tUs from ISW.to 14 .-MltKlfi per pound and'ranchers'from 13'4 cents. GlaegowLive Steak Marktl Glasgow, Aug. 29.-Edward 'WsW*ii)i and Ritchie report 732 cattle on tm�f.' Prices as follows: Prime te�ra-'l*, cents, current 13 to 13>/4, secbnditrr. ' ranchers 12% to 13 cents, bulls 18 Mr; 1,1',4 cents tjer pound. .; Winnipeg Wheat Winnipeg, Aug. 39.-October 0P(W*l i; 104'A, closed 104%; Dec. opened l^^C.; 14, "closed I0a%; May. opened ifC^i; closed 107 V4: cash close, 1 mt^Mmti, 109%; '.: Northern 108; 3 Northh�|.ii,i; 104; white o�tF^%; flax 2.80; The Chemical Laboratories, Limtted.::; of Toronto, will amalgamate with  large American concern and locate at Wetland. ^ Quarantine officers at Canadiatt: ports art keeping a close watch to ' prevent the cholera epidemic of Hut' sla from entering Canada. 1 Lethbridge Conservatory ef Music CORNER ASHMBAD A �0Mf>A8 STB. J. G�ORG� HARPER, L ^Director ^ A. The largest and best equipped Music School in Alberta Inereat^ed staff of expert teachers > CJnss & private instruction. Many free advantages. Re-oiiens Thursday, 8ept. 1 CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Women's Christian Temperance Union will hold their annual itieeling t'riday afternoon at; 3.30 o'clock in the lecttire room of \Vesley church. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected.' *   Tho Woman's Missionary Society will meet with Mrs, Lytle at the parsonage Thui-sday afternoon at throe o'clock.    'i'he young ladies' class of Westminster church will hold their . regular monthly meeting at the parsouago this evening. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Conductor Win. Boucher of the UiiU h'leetric Railway, has been given six months for uslirg a digg�r on liis fare-box. Mrs. fjajoio oif Htill. sentprneed to seven years for cruelty to her boy, has-iieeu released on parole, Wilfrid Verdun, a five-year-old Ottawa boy, "was' seriously injured by nn automobile. Circumstances surixjundins; the tlo!\th of Edmund Weslrope of Winona unt.. point to .suicide by poisoninpr. Niagara Falls has been warned hy the Oni'irio board of lioalth lliat the muzzling liw la still In force, .lamos Aitoheson, thresher, h;i �. Worth up to 11.00. ISxtra wide widths tiliese-46 and 48 luchw tra fine qtialiliea in p.ure wool'serges.'poplins, Venetians, etc, in plain and aeU;atrlp0 effect, pure \vool, every thread of them^*nd just the proper weight for ihe_present saaaOn'a wear. TCj* Tucsdtiy-Wednesday Speclld ...........oI 9G Great stocks of early fall Hosiery and Underwear luciuding: Several Speelally Purchased Lines, Two of Which We Feature as Tuesday-WedneiMlayBarg:alns. ' Excellent rnderwear-25 Cheap' $15 We'have inan,>' lower priced too,hut none in which tak (jjtfodd h;i,s secured a newJsj^DO ' j- which will require 'S ;