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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TueHdiiy, .1011 THE IMILY A Tea of Individuality Blue Illhboii Tea lins an individuality of Its own. No other tea Is like it not only hi Its flavor but in its strength. It suits nil classes, if anyone finds iiluo nibbon it not superior to the tea formerly used, all that is noccsaiiry is to.return the 'pocket and have the money refunded, lluy a pnckot. yplu-grocer has it or will gladly get it'to till your order.. EDITED SV "INO" Phone 1214, Phone 774. Hejolcc! Ye fields, rejoice! and wave with gold: When August round her precious sifts In I.o! tlie crushed waiu is slowly home- ward roiled: dicf. Ti'.a will he scri'ril on tlio Though not ;t it il'lcSK'u vtry aUcntivc audli'nu1 Dial The simbural reapers Jocund lays w- M l'raSK. are Hinging. A.. us In1 aililri's.sccl I he mom-1 Kusldn. Itcr.v aitd. friends of League lasl, I'vcniug. Mr. CHIRR is siicakcr U. Milne returned yesterday from of per.sonality and with -such Medicine Mai and Calgary, where ho i slllljccl Jnpuii'anil ils mission apoiH his a his audience. Hcrlrnni, Iho lilllu son of Dr. mi (I a prospect ivr pniiessor on his Mrs. Orugg, Hartlctt. St., is ill with lvay )o Collugp, .Japan. llic typhoid fevor. _ i speaker briefly ontlini-'il his reasons LOCAL BUDGET j POLICE COURT diaries Iliinciin, uf Winnipeg, lor leaving Canaiia ami ils al- ll.'OSt illiniillllllc field of iHissiliilities, n's for Ilifi work in The call I had come to him, h'.1 said, wilii such is ;i giiesl.. for a lew ilays willi sister, Mrs. Ainicrson. 'marked force on several occasions tliat, Mrs. II, lien I Icy is enlerlaininj; her al iim.pt..! sister, .Miss West, of Toronto, who ms courses had lined him It look just eight minutes to win, tor smm for w.ls j 'alionl.' to fill us a protessor, and; Mr- A. C. Illancliald lias taken tlio'lgll not directly encased in mis-j residence at 5 Stratlicona sionary endeavors, he hoped 10 make Rev. 'A. A. Ly.lls purposes pr'ciicli- ing a.speeial scVmdh to'lalroriiig men- next Slinliay' evening. A hearty .invi-. t faced tation is extended .to the labor- cmlrt iiijt class. tAJieVprrapnt. .'I'lvcntv-tonr dollars and tf. today Iron.. flf C'ranbrook, where be has been ahont two weeks and reports his 1 minutes' vcoik. his Clod-given influences count for j i -something among the members nf his lieiltli is liciiiR much improved. j hvo counts Mrs w n: Tonnis, oT-New Hruns-1 student hoily wiio hold a stra- cial Board while interdicted, is visiting with her sister, Mrs. logic' position in the national life of The first, Quarterly Olfi-.... nicoling of the Westminster Mission, will be held in Westminster church on i dollars and costs on each j A Taylor, .Seventh Avc., S. Thursday evening, eight o'clock. August 31, at count, anil warned that tlie next a term in the oiTence would i clink. Kilt 0 CIOUK. j The date of the financiM meeting of I The charge against WmnicoH for Mr. Roy Davidson, of tho licare, Cliurch, and McArthur lapan and the eastern nations. It was not without considerable i Cony- hesitation and regret, said the speak-j er, that he was leaving Canada, and! the l.cthbridge District, of the Jletbo-1 theft of from a man by the Cltl lleiiiii dist church, has heeii set [or Friday, jot Steclc while the .latter was in an Sept. 8th. commencing at a.m. in intoxicated condition, was again rc- church. Rev. T. P. Perry is j manded firm, Lethhridgc, spent the especially this western part, whcfe chairman of the district. Detective Stodgrow, of the Winni- This eveniiiK the Intermediate and j peg police force, arrived in the 0 i.. ..i. j. _______j ;___..: Senior classes of Westminster church last, night in connection with the purpose completing their program of O'Brien procuring case. The ofhcci sports which miled to materialize on i will take charge of tho girl, Florence picnic clay because of tiic hailstorm. Thomas, and return her to her par The sports will be held in Iho open cnta in Winnipeg. case conies up at police court tomorrow Miss OlLi Inns 01 I rlhhrulgc 1 sister Mis the'young naiiotia! life needt-d special training, hut after all il mattered little where one's services were ren- t whotller ili Hie now nr tliQ'oldi helorc (01 Uonlre.l count-1 TABER FROST DIDJO HARM Young Man Borrowed his Employer's Money to Have Good Time Tuber, Aug. frost which was very iiolk'isalile in tlie neighbor- hood, on Saturday night mid which spoilt tlio looks of several of the lo- cal .gimlfiiiR, doea nut, appear to hove done any dttumfio to the grain. Your correspondent way out In tlio country mi Sunday, and was able to see the Holds of wheat and an fur aa be could lell, there was no harm dime. Farm- era euy (hat' the frost not suili- eietU to harm the ripo grain, but that the late grain, which is still very green, may have been slightly' injur- ed, .Tlic grain is ripening very slow- ly, more hot days are needed, but inosi of tho farmer.) around here who hadn't bosun cutting, have started to- A. Buchinuin, the reciprocity town this morning, and left on the i'our o'clock train for -Medicine Hat, wh-are he Is addressing ;i meeting tonight. Whilst hero he made arrangements to hold meetings ;il Bow Island on Thursday. Tuber on i'Vlday aikl Grassy Lake and Purple Hprlngs on Saturday. A young uiflii from the Hat, who had borrowed Boni'3 oHiis employer's mon- ey with which to have a good time, was apprehended here by the local police, and handed over to lite bro- ther, who came np from the Hat lo look for him. Wo umlorsiand there was a girl In the case. Kev. M. Henderson paid bis conducted servien in tho Anglican church here. At tlie Methodist church VY..I.A1. Cragg brother of the pas- tor, fj reached at evening service to a largo congregation. 11 r. Crags is on liis way (o Japan, where lie will occupy a chair In one of the large mission colleges established there. NSURE3 PERFECT BAKING RESULTS BAKING CONTAINS NO ALUM MAD'E IN CANADA .Jllii limiiniimniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniHiiiiiijiiiinyiii'iiiiil At Warner Also Warner, Aug. apparently Itenvy HUH Sunday morning yeema to liave 'lone no damage except to ten- der garden plants. ('sitting Is in full swing and thresh- ing will soon start. grading recently done on Third street makes u decided improvement in same. MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. wheat opened 7-8, closed OS 1-8; ttecem- opened 7-S, closed Si? 1-S; May opened 102 1-4. closed 101 3-8. Oats, uci. opened 33 1-3, closed 3-S; iJec. opened ill! 3-S, closed 3fl Flax uciober closed easii Xor. closed 100 1-2, z Ko'r. I'll 1-2; 3 Xor. 97; N'o. -I, 1-2, ivo. ft, 81 ;r No. 6, Feed B3. Oats, closed 3S fiariey No. 3, eioseu fiy; No. -1, 59. American Murk'fltf opened ed nil D-ec. opened ,103; closed May opened closed lUli O-S. closed sa ;MJ; Dec., opened 9-1, imy opened 100 7-S, closed 100. KEROSENE CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM Toronto. Aug. Jaa. Steela was fatally hurned at her home last, night. She had been trying to'.-hurry a fire with kerosene. Her seven' year old daughter ami her brolher-tn-luw, J, Steele, were also badly burned in their save Mrs. Stectc's life. The nnfort.Linate woman, however, died shortly afterwards. Have You a Bad'Sore If so, remember these Bnk Is by far the most widely used balm in Canada! Why has it become so popular? Because It heals sores, cures skin diseases, and does what claimed for it. Why not let it heal YOUR sore? Remember that Zam-Buk li alto- gether different to the ordinary oint- ments. Most of these consist of ani- mal fats. Zam-Buk contains no trace of-any animal fnt, or any mineral mat- ter, 'it is absolutely herbal. Remember that Zara-Buk is at the same time 'belling, and antiseptic. Kills poison harmful germs. It-Is suitable alike for recent injuries and diseases, and chronic sores, ulcers, etc. Test how different and superior Zam-Buk really druggists arid stores at 50c. box. Use. also Kam-Buk Soap. Best for baby's bath. 25c tablet. >Iediune Hat Ntws Mrs. Frank Roger Iioiiie after pleasant two months' I vacation spent at Brandon and Re ed for the Master. Altogether it was an inspiring ad- dress, and Wesley League members lus lphirmi1! combine with host wishes of God- speed to. Mr. Cragg, tliat he may lie successful in his liew field of iahors. space near the chinch. -I. Campbell was this morning ar-J morning. It now appears that the rntanecl before Supt. Wilson and In- Kirl is so infatuated wi'lli 0 Bnen spector West of the Mounted Police, Uhut she refuses lo give evidence nt the on the charge of i against him, and it is quite probable supplying liquor lo Indians last Cflsc will have- to ic dis during Fair lime, lie pleaded guilty missed. However, the Winnipeg po and was fined and costs or one i are prcnarnrl to take the mittci month- in jail. f l'P- nnd be transferred lo the The Business Men's classes at the j Winnipeg courts for trial. Y.M.O.A. will commence on Friday of j this week 'from 5 UN (1. They will ______ __ be hc'.d overy Tuesday and Friday HWW 1 IV Thigh Tlonnpi on Mon dij to spend tho wintct P! road IreUrd Mr Don nan 111 l not Rp un a similar hour throughout the sea-' sou. The Senior Lenders will meet i Wednesday and Saturday evenings from now until the Jst of October. The I.clhbridpc-Werburn Realty Co., nrc tdday unloading a largo car of grain tanks and binder fixtures. Tlic firm of McMn.hon Quinn today unloaded, two- -new separators that }ia.vt- conic direct'from 'Buffalo, NP.W .YorKv Jloili arc Sold, the respective j purchasers being "Xi L. Foster and Oiovln Bros., Taher. five elegant upright pianos and.one pJityer piano we had on o.vlijhhiqn' at- the. fair, are now on 5-Jt.Ie :nl-gre.nly reduced prices. Come in and. see. Mason Risch, Ltd., new Dominion Ulock, 218-0 CANADIAN HAY A Chicago Firm in Com- munication With J. H. Fairbank i-vonclqn, Out., Aug. follow- ing letters were sent by -a Chicago uumniisBion house to Mr. J. H. Fair- uaiiK, O.Y-M. of Petrolea, whose uirms arc the largest .in Lamb ton "Dear are advised by the railroad company that you arc in the i nay business, and would ask yon to Why Suffer With Corns? The sting of corns and bunions is forgotten In the delightful cooling, ease-making effect that die, use of Foot Kim. U soothes the ache, j ovenc> certainly It absorbs the pain. It gives health procity bill passes-you name us price on any part of ten cars, eacn No. 1 timothy, Xo. 2 timothy and clover mixed bay, delivered Chi- cago, shipment in sixty days, yon. to snip in bond, you to take care oC the tiury. As soon as the reciprocity 'bill goes into effect we believe we can cio considerable business in your ter- ritory on hay, and would like to g-at started with you at once. (Signed) bridge and Leonard, Coinmifision -mer- cnants. second letter: "Dear we will do business with you in any If the reci- parliament. to tn'c feet. 25 cents for 18 powders. A specinl package of Foot Bath Tab- lets free with every box Jit lied Cross Drug Book Store We are surprised to hear that there is any .oppORition to it in Canada. Bridge and Leonard." Sovpn prisoners escaped from jail at Columbus. House Flies are hatched in manure and revel in filth, Scientists have discovered that they arc largely responsible for the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile Dis- eases of the Bowels, etc. Every picket of. WILSON'S FLY PADS of Miss Irene Mitchell left vcsterdar afternoon fo no m uhcir she will spend u month with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Mason and family returned on Sunday from their farm at Grassy Lake, wncrc they spent the past tv.-o weeks, Thr golf link's arc again in perfect condition, and many of tlte society folk' mas' en there each day, fol- lowing up the eager thnsiasm. Mrs. Join. Home, Dufferin St., has "At is-iiicd Invitations for in honor of Mrs. Paridon, of Calgary, and' Mrs. Sanford, of Win- Tlie Ladies' Aid of Wesley church will meet as usual tomorrow, Wednes- day, afternoon, when the hostesses lie Mrs. Huston, Mrs. Mardinjj and .Mrs. IX A. Smith. SMOOTHESTMAN E1JUNJAJL Allowed Out on Parole Has Escaped Five Times so Far -i .Jackson. Mich., Aug. E. Cusiiway, tlie -lean Valjcan of Miclii- gan, at present serving serving a twenty-four .scnlcnec in Marqueite Prison for robbery, will he paroled by 1 IIP Pairion Hoard September 1. Cushvay, vho is just past 30 years of age, is (lie snvonibest man ever locked behind llic liars, according, to prison aiitlioriiirs. During his career lit has made his escape from Jack-1 son pcison five times. Eacli time he was recaptured. Jackson prison authorities stated ihcy knew be could escape From that institution at any lime if he eared;