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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta M If you had trouble with Cake Icing, it was not Cowan's. LETHBRIDQE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 3, I9J9 BARGAINS IN BOOZE Prohibition Comes into Force in Ten- nessee at Midnight TAKE Your PRESCRIPTIONS TO THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE NORTH WARD You will be sure they are filled correctly. W. P. J. ALEXANDER Prescription Specialist Naelivilk-. Teim., June statute ox tending tin: provisions of tin- v.iur mile 'law to tin- entire becomes c-fteciive at midnight, to- night. Under thc provisions of this law iFwill be unlawful to sell or tip- ple liquors, wines, ales or beer as a beverage in Tennesee. The manufac- turers bill prohibiting the manufac- ture of liquors does not become tiper- ative be-fore January 1, six months more time having been given the brew ers and distillers than was given the retailers by the legislators. Genera! JufiVrson MeCarn. attorney gi-neni] of Jefferson county, takes the posi- tion that liquors cannot be sold in Tennessee after midnight either whole- sale or retail. He says that his office From a Western Window n: Another Sunshine Featu will vigorously prose-cut A number of clubs hav all violators. been organ- lo from flic-crackcrs? Certainly) year the club' Bring up the lad on a, civilized Let him have hand-grenades, pistols, Alpine cluij, Of who will be loiigr-toms, in Winnipeg attending th3 meeting blunKise powder and dynamite bombs, bombs, Field pieces, carbines, of th-j British Association. Ihc shrapnel and modern !nual u'iu Lo at Uw Lc (fling of August at Lake O'Hara. an- Give him the Then b of July. rifles, infernal j new club house for thc members tools fixed for th iVi luuiiiUx.a. o la o. a lerronst jbcing built ufc whcre parties i Fourth 'rnav camp and, if fcasihlo, a third j camp will be established at Sher- Willie's bt-en poorly oqaipp'.'d in the past; was just inoderatelv last brooke Lake. Jinny preparations aro f being made to show thc visitors the beauty and grandeur of our great national ground, and it -is to be of remwnbur, the hopc-.-l that the ernmcnt at Otta- dangerous dear, Hc-w he just one This is entirely new idea, and will espe- cially interest people who reside in natural gas districts. The pas ring takes the place ot the lower Sunshine fire-pot, thus making , possible to burn gas in your furnace without inconvenience. Such is not possible in a iurnace where the ordinary gaa log is inserted; for, should the gas give out, a coal or wood fare could not be started until the gas pipes were disconnected. f To provide against sweating in the summer time, Sunshine Furnace is equipped with a nickelled steel radiator and dome. All bolts and rivets are nickelled, all rods copper-plated. This special treatment, be- sides meaning quicker and greater radiation the radiator and dome than cold chill iron could possibly give, acts as protection for the bolts, rivets and rods from inroads of gas. When cast iron comes in contact with our nickelled steel it is coated with our special Anti-Rust which prevents the slightest possibility of rust commencing anywhere in Sunshine Furnace, The Gas Ring managed to feed in the larger citir-s of the state grandfeiher'S urn, from where members will keep individual stocks of liquors to be supplied by dealers outside the state. Nashville is crowded today with hundreds of people from nearby towns taking advantage of the fact that all kinds of liquors are being sold at slaughter prices and the saloons are doing a business. FvicK >razen the Set-tins .socket the stable on On? with rocket- If yon rct'' of the ear! If it's a patriot's duty to shnke XatV.rf-- ti> th-.'n L. qtifike, Givi; little th'..- ic And h-'-'il b.: bu-ard. of July. irwii jy j u'.-re s a useful Liut fro.Ti the i ronto Saturday Night for 'who get too much cf -1 chickens s'.ipniy .grnthman; en x: end very frjud of his1 gurik'n, was t rouble i a. year or so.' .go with thc of the man Michael. "First. 1 wanted the fun of i the thing; second, 1 wanted a rap ut Jacob, who Is inclined to think he knows even-thing in the world; third. I wanted a joke ou'tuy friend. Bill Williams; fourth. I wanted to prove to you two old gray rats that your teeth are getting dulled by age; fifth. I had at heart the real welfare of the great state of Texas; sixth. I would not see a helpless legislature led astray; seventh, the Peace and Good Will Realty company Is a bridal present I Intend making to the son and daughter of two of my friends." "What asked the two frenzied' financiers together. "Bill and answered Mr. Cor-, rigan, bursting Into another laugh. Four people flushed, two In anger, the other two for secret reasons of their own. "Now. listen, boys." continued Uncle Michael earnestly. "You two have had a. very foolish quarrel, and it's time to shake bands and make It np. So far as your barbor schemes .are concerned, you are both out of the running. I own share. I turn my Interest over to Richard, to do with as he chooses, but If I know in linms for his convenience. Tiie tois.! he had been ot mot; Iiy his host ut station how ht> bad mistalieu for the Englishman. At this point Mr. Ren- wyck interrupted liirn. "Excuse me." ije said, "but why did you pose as some one "Well, you see." confessed Richard, blushing to tin.- roots of bis hair, "you Informed me ut the time that the Wil- liams family was a-well. a generation of vipers, to be exact, and. besides. 1 knew that dad would rave if be knew I came." "You laugbed the cattle king. "What were you up to any- "I'm coming to that, answered The French people a saying that the English take ilujir pleasures They never ;ti'iirm that the American nation if they wit- a celebration of the Glorious Fourth. A germ seems to get in the; air about that .time and it affects everybody, reople who are and j with a basket nnd after passing the sober on every other day fed con-