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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, -July THK LJBmmUTMJ'E ITERATE The Experienced Cook Says: "I use A1 b e r ta's Best-Baking Powder be- cause I know from .actual test .that it never fails me." You, too, will find it invaiuab 1 e. Alberta's Best is Baking Pow- der 'whole- some, -dependable right in quality and right in price. Ask your grocer for it. Flirting The- .'Nieatre will house for Friday Mid-'Saturday nights -that clever comedian, Jlarry Bulger in hiH newest edition-of the musical success "The 'Flirting This is a Musical -corned; ot the latter day per lod and'-marks atnew departure of the clever Bulser, who last seen as Blue'. Jay.'iu. Henry. W. Savage's'.won- derful production of Woodland. It is that Bulger has never had a part (that fits .him, to. such a nicety as in "IThe Princess" w.hich is Btyled a'.'.'nonsense farce." "Th-s Princess': is. a disguised Egyp- 1ian girl with just enough of .in ad enturolis spirit to enjo; the nlrta tfons of. 1m- jvould-be while s-lie is seeJung. foi the would care the second.time. Her experience proves "the first kiss IB further enchant merit. She surrounds herself with an atmosphere of -mystery, and finds en joy-able recreation among -tile guests of the Hotel Clarehiont, where the authors, Adams, and Howaid, see Bt to let-eveiyHiing b.ippen Se_v- eral happen, and In rapid succession between sK o'clock on a summei's evening and the wee small hours of the next mornins. The time nlloted proves sufficient to bring foitli 'seventeen musical numbers of the larietv, and. gives M Bulger opportumtj for three hours of bis inimitable." style of fun-making. Wr. Bulgei is surrounded by an ex ceptional casti Helen Dar- ling, Fllaen Sheridan, Dale Fuller and the prettiest aqd nest chor- us that Aas conif out, of the east in imalij a da; "The Flirting Princess" might aptly be styled a terpsiclior- oean cai nival, at xt,; teems with dances.In .tbe'presentation of the "Oogie" and 'Gloomy Glooms" dances, and liitesl sensation which society is only now taking- up, styled the "EgyjWisn.Turjtey THE 25TH BATTERY IN CAMP AT CALGARY, ALBERTA THE OFFICERS IN COMMAND THE NON-COMS. INITIATION the Biitish Colonial Photographic KILLED Auction Sale At 81t-7th Ave. South, at 290 pm Friday, July 5 H. Galvin: Co., are in- structed by the owner to aell as above. Dining room suite Golden Oak Sideboard Golden Oak .Chairs. Golden Oak Extension table i( Drop Head Singer Sewing niachtne. 2 arm chairs, leather seated centre table 8, carpet', squares. 3 mounted, .mnttreaees and springs. Kitchen '-range'with hot water connections.'' Kitchen table, utensils, and blinds No Reserve Terms Cash B. GliBON r Auctioneer J. J. 2155 Albert st., aged 51, manager of Tudhope Anderson._ SCOUT MASTER GEORGE B.'CRAVEN, aged 35, born In New FRANK BLONKH-ORN'and his wife Bertha, born In England. ARTHUR DONALDSON, contractor QUTHRIE, seamstress, Barrie's.Limited; lived at 2134 Lome street. r MRS- F. W. HARRIS, 2134 t'orn'e wife of f. W.. Harris, account- ant Reeves and Company. LAURANCE' R.- eon of Smith' street. FRED student son" of Jji Hlndson, merchant, 2220 Lome street. of-Mr. and. Airs. Clarence .Mrs. MCDONALD. MRS. ISABELLA McKAY, resided at the. H.odsman .house, .1947 .Smith strset, widow. CHARLES D. McKAV, age three, son of Mrs. Isabella McKay. 1 MRS. PAUL McELMOYLE, wife of Paul McEimoyle, grocer, corner "of Lome street and Fourteenth avenue; JAMES SCOTT MRS. MARY SHAW, wife Samuel D. 2320 Twelfth" avenue, aged 50, born at.Elgin, PHILIP 'ARTHUR RICHARD STEELE, 1915 Rae street, aged 11, fa- ther a carpenter. JOHN-RICHARD STEELE. VINCENT H. SMITH, real estate agent, Bafgonie. Y..E. WING. ANDREW'BOYD. retired farmer, formerly ot Sherwood, died this morn- INJURED Patients ..-it. the. General, Hospital -v" J ERNEST BUANKHORN, head; cut and back Injured. ED. bruited, antii cut, and- suffering ffrom internal in juries. U etty feelings were set jside bj each and even politician and the common welfare and interest ot Canada and her people and hei future were sought and Conservative worked side by slda, giving to 113 a most worthy ex- ample of true gieatness in men 'this is a most perfect he said. Tor it gives us Dominion, pro uncial and locnl lepresentation and eglslative powei lie decijed what ne termed (he "disgiaceful condition ot affairs on the south of .where the greatest men ot the nation wore call Ing each other harsh un- duly influencing delegates and others, and weie proung to iue people thai they were not being repiesented bj tbeil own votes as they did years ago "There must come a halt or a change in such conditions As for the two nations Hung here t side by side, our miles of linfortl- fied houndan spells peace and coil' tidence in each D'her and is a condU tion according to his unrioi stiuains, that could not be found: existing, sim- IIuly any where el3u in tho world. His oration was soncltided with the reading of a poem, a tation from Tennsoon, and ar. erpieS2 slon of confidence in the good old flag, amid cheers and heartv applause. An announcement of the sports was made, followed by "Uo'l Save tie fCing." At 2 p m, a number ot the younger people gathered on the public sijuaie, bat on account of the threatening ram w Inch came about o p m no ball games were played A number of children's races, peanut scrambles, and laces were pulled off under tha tion ot D. H Caidwell and r. Y Card and it is safe to say that all the "kid- dies" present enjojsd themselves im- mensely. The most attractive and pleasant place to be was'at the moving picture show, which was crowded all after- noon The electric lights were espec- ially lured and the cm rent turned on for this especial .purpose. Two danceb m the evening- oonclud ed the rainy day's amusements and cel- ebration The dance given in. tie Odd Fellows' hall was well attended, with an orchestra from Raymond in attendance On account of the pianist at the Assembly Hllll falling, the (lance there was given up about o'clock The very stormy hindeicd a great numbei from betng present at both places-that otherwise would have come Both of, the crowds placed together did not over-fill the Odd Fellows' hall Had a summer's night, such as was hud a week ago, been m evidence, both dancing halls would hav e been ell filled A splen- did time is reported by all present, Crop Conditions Coming from Spring Coulee towards Cardstoa, (he fields of fall wheat'are all beaded out well, and promise a good yield and an early harvest Sprrag Coulee towaids CardstonJ the fields of fall wheat are all headed out well, and piomlsc a good yield and_an early harvest Sprang grain is gen- erally getting along well into the boot, though, some Is a little behind, tbat stage. Tho same can practically, be said of the whole of the Cardston dis- strlct, tlw mixed farming country to the west Here.the grain is taller and more rank, and really ap- pears to be a hea-Her stand, equally as far along The yield this year Trill not be Quite so heavy as it would have been last jear, .had we been able to have cut all of the grain in the right season last fall, but the will be very good should we get very little or no more.rain; J r Apparently the ram haa gone down in the loose ground six to eight In- ches in places not quite so far east of here. Three to four Inches down in the sod Last night there was about a halt an incli or of rainfall. Wm Gorman, who wag a pioneer resident ot Ottawa, is aged TO. Produced on Good Material by Better Workmanship Will Give You Best Results, at the ;