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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Saturday, July n We carry several .patterns in Limoges and Porcelain Open Stock BINNERWARE G et started on a .dinner set. Pieces broken can be replaced at any time. Our stock is Complete, our prices most reasonable. GLASSWARE We have. Tumblers from. 50c to a dozen. Also all kinds and patterns of fine Wine Glasses. FRUIT JARS Mason Eroit -Jars: a doz; quarts. I Improved Gem Pints, Quarts, 1-2 GaL, Visitors'always-welcome. A pleasure for ns >1-to The total sales-'of. the day amounted to about The Misses Genest, of. Winnipeg, are guests of Mrs. B. A. C. Cun- ninghaml" Miss Nellie Thursday CUPfD'S COURT At'. Westminster church at seven 6'cloclc last, evening, July. .1, the mar- .rfage took place of George" Knox-His- lop and Sli2a: Gordon of'Lethoridge, toeing performed by Rev. A. A. Lytle. -'The contracting parties were attended .by CLUBS AND SOCIETIES A little wind didn't affect the peo- ple of the North Ward one wit Thurs- day evening and the ice cream social planned by the ladies of Westminster church to be served on the church grounds was just as successful held in the dmi-ch as it would have been Callies Beat In one of the best, football games of season Oie Callies defeated the Y. M. C. A. team, evening iby the narrow'margin: of 3 to 2. :A11 the scoring was the first half. Macldoo. scored .first for- the Callies, "Engle soon evened the score. Gallies took .the lead on-.a shot iby -Kuir. Y. M. C. A.' tied; on skilfull _work by McKay, The decid- ing was one, -roll- ing into the net off-tne legs of "the "Y: M. C. A.- defence. The -game-in'the second .'half was -fast -and strenuous tout neither 'side was able. to score; again. _ ..Following-are the line-ups: goal; and Anderson. Glenn, Smith and McHvena, 'half, (backs; ;c.Marr." 'Page, Macldoo. Weyniss and- Y. M... C. goal; Collier' -Brosrn, kegg, Mullens and Owens, .-half Sacks'; Schmidt.., McKay, Schbfield--and Bruce, (forwards.; and poimd cakes. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED. TORONTO. UNINTENTIONAL SUICIDE Claresnolm Review A very so.d inquest was Cayley .on Wednesday into the' cause of the death of Mrs. 'Char-lton, who came to Alberta from the "United States a "year ago. She apparently died from the effects of. an indiscre- tion said to 'be .much too and which is a criminal speaking !pre-natal murder.. The jury 'brought in a verdict showing that she came, to her June 23 from as a result of an illegal opera- tion-performed by Canalejas of Spain will" ig- nore the, Vatican's protests against giving freedom to Catholic non-reli- gious societies. In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes: Entry No. 396 397 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 1st 2nd 3rd 10 This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this rf will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any flour mill Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize Almost Price to be Advanced to 50c. There is eager demand for ctock Ir. the Kootenay Silver Lead Mines, Limited, (Non Personal Liability) and shares are being taken up so rapidly that it looks as though the first block of 25c shares will be fully subscribed before the next issue of this paper. .The demand for this stock is unprecedented. If you want to obtain shares in this Company at ground floor prices you must act at once. As soon as the last 25c share is taken up, the price vviil advance to 50c. Better wire in your applica- tion. The Company's property is situated on the Kootenay-Lake. 28 miles from Nefson, in the fam- ous Ainsworth Mining District, and comprises ap- proximately 230 acres. Mining men of world wide repute endorse this district as being the richest in mineral in British Columbia. ill IMC SiX Claims, inCluumy IMC famuliS riiyh-i land Mine, owned and controlled by the Kootenay j Silver Lead Mines, Limited, there is literally a mountain of lead ore. In the world today, an unlimited market ex- ists for iCdd and the by-products, and the price is steadily increasing. The geological department record few dis- coveries and lead is indeed becoming a scarce commodity, yet it is as essential to the welfare of commerce" and industry as is coal, wood or stone From these'facts it can readily be seen.that lead is the one good investment today. All the wealthy men cf the world have amass- ed their fortunes through the develoment of nat- ural resources. By acquiring a block of 300 or 400 shares in the Kootenay Silver Lead Mines, Limited, you have an opportunity of swelling the ranks of weal- thy men, as the Company controls a vast amount of undeveloped wealth. For the last 15 years the original owners have expended huge sums of money in workings, rni'ls 9' and mining equipment and as a result the Koot- enay Silver Lead Mines, Limited, own and con- trol a great amount of rich Silver Lead ore and one of the most up-to-date mills, and economically Over feet of permanent workings have been established, exposing tons of tremendous asset in itself, as the ore from this property, inclusive of Government bonus is worth per ton. The famous Highland Mine, one of the claims operated by this Company, in one year shipped a greater quantity of lead ore, than any other lead mine in Canada; it received from the Government bounties to the amount of and there is every indication that these figures will be nearly doubled this-year. The Company controls a water power of to miners inches, with a fall of nearly 700 feet, capable of developing from to horse power. Considerable revenue, may be de- rived from such power as the Company will not require more than one tenth of this amount. Additional capital is required, and the money received from the sale of these shares is for the purpose of increasing the capacity of the mill in carrying on further development work, thereby making it possible to turn out and ship a larger quantity, of ore per day. Remember, this is not a mere prospect, but a working proposition. Stock may be purchased in blocks of not less than 100 shares. On an cash basis with application, certifi- cate will be issued immediately. !f on terms, remit 15c per share cash with ap- plication, the remainder in two equal monthly payments. Bear in mind that these shares are non-asses- sable and that the Company is a Limited Liability Corporation. Direct your application and make your cheques and drafts payable to the order of D. G. Munrc 'Fraser. Trustee for the Company. The Kootenay Silver-Lead Mines LIMITED (Non Personal Liability) 319, Loo Building, Vancouver, B.C. GREATEST I _ MADE EST LETHBRIDGE During the next .few. weeks T a coupon witH every Cash Pur- chase of Oiie will, ;eni 'title .the .purchaser to make a; -draw on the following prized -1st. Prize, Eamoas .Bound Oak Eange; i v ing IJtensils, value 3rd Prize, Cooking IJtensils.: vahie; v The first ;pfize: Is now -OIL in niy window and; the sec on cirajid. third prizes can; he chosen from. you 'coin--. jpare prices and qua! ity of.Tiiw hardware you will, agree -vvifch nie that this is the most generous of- fer .ever made in. ethbri.Jffe. A large assortment of high grade stoves ranges, enamelware tinware, and hardware .has just been placed in'stock. Come in and com- pare our prices on Washing Machines. Wash Boards, and Brooms, and other 'woo den ware. Plumbing and tin- smithing a special- ty. Westminster Road, N1. at C. G. Olander's HABDWAE5 STORE V ;