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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TuwUy.-Iuly i, tftlt THK DAILY HERALD drunk ity of the 14 C.C. f WINE SPIRIT CO. Ltthbrldgi, Alti HEAT TERRIBLE IN MONTREAL Yesterday's; Loi1.- todny and Moptreai' swiltersil in, the uri'-wfth pern t. lire nronnd the SO' mirlc. Thin morning 'several profl- tritlobi verc' rtportGdViind one rleatli, ipoll: A man nmniqd a -cook on Uie Hiulnon dining can the city this >norn A SENSATION C1MIS Over Disappearance 61 Bride on Day of Wedding iJoudoii, July .4, 'Lady Conilauce Kollmnbe, daughter of tlic first Carl of Llv'cVpool and halt sliter of. the ures etiLjliliirl, wiio is comptroller of King George's household! ,gnvc i-Jugliiiul a real sensation when she Jilted H middle aged (preacher an IK: wailed Tor the. while. H. bis crowd of Uishiona'hle people' had' gnllicred in Vha.chiireh for UI'B wedillng. Rev. U. A. the bridegroom Is ;L rnuhlonablc cIurpyniHi) of the .Lady Constance Is 2fl aiHl Rov. Mr. Hawkins IB years her senior. Lady Con- stance now is only nor. relnUves know. Slio hna flown. H ia flew wan Uksn-to.tho gftieriil hoH.pItii.lj lo tho continent wlion she left the trlchen heat and died short ly ifler. In .IKe-'down .lowli sections of the city Ine-suffermg is Intense la ..many 'jplaceB 'employers have allowed their lielp to go In the i .'dNTARrO. M. P. P. DEAD J. Fox, M. P.1 Victoria, died today after a yearVlllnsHi. He had held the Jflarl of Liberpool'a town house yester- day. Rev. .Mr. Hawkins, who 'was deeply humiliatedi-.hnrried away from night. A big crowd' of aoclety people Tilled St. Peters church, Ealon Siiuare, the fashionable marriage church, of ton- doniJor On account of her brother's position near the King, as as'her own popularity in so- ciely. Lady Constance's wedding was ta been the event of 'the sea- son. The organist played voluntary" and tlieu waited. At 12-20 the crowd won-, derod and jiiurmiired-and'questions passed from pew to pew. Rut Llic bridegroom Hint was not no anxiety. He know bridefl take.long to dross. 'The real scene-of excitement timu WHS in iiie-home of the bride-elect at -j-t Grdsyerior Hardens, overlooking the ham- Palace. Bridesmaids and pages had arrived. The "'Dowager." Countess was dressed and can-iagiiB''were "will l: ing In the street. Lady-Susan.Liver-, pool was hysterical- with 'surprise nnd distress.-and called all ,the servants and nuefitioned them.'" o'clock had-conic.-and no- bride, the Earl of Liverpool could hear thp 'annoyance ;no lon'ger andj.rluietly sent Lo inquire cauao of delay. Lndy Susan Liverpool had Just learn- ed iirihat'was known. .-.In a. broken gasp'ahe told newt tlial had given her by her ...daughter's' niuUI: Constance went out Just before ten o'clock, saying Forgotten something', and she hafi.'npt re- turned." The Earl of "Liverpool, pale nnd went (b -the Yeslry to brldcKropni.anil, leading. him, lo 'Hh'ivlrins had ito ;ba The .'Kinff-was reiJrcseiited at: :the clnA'Ch ailii' :it was.- to his., represeil liii live (ha't the Earl [hastily coininiini- catcd wjia'i jind-.ntDnpiied and left hjin lo loll qtiicra. Last cve'iiiiiK-tlle Kfirl MOVING NORTHWARD Np.More Danger of Summer Frosts in Few Years Declare Climatologica! Experts-Reciprocity in Weather Despite Politicians-Census Enumera- tors ; Troubles Tagging Holiday Absentees Trust if Housewives Say So Biimmer tlfo'Turniei- uml iho 'soon. boconio. n tlic I'VBL it tlic Irons of, Uie Lo (llBaoiiciir as aMii' not inauy years from now '1 her 'semi .cat; -'slic t Is toil ay t Tor- MehJgrim -from- Lady 'ccn- nples on tho woalher ''-'am- nuile safe-' V .convention of ,th i j .'1 association changed and do-uql nnd apnouncomcntij mailed by dllniatofojilcal 'exncYlK, .who' have been on tho weather..rt ur- ine m- 'held be n-Hrricil.. '1''loft'London by Iraln at iicwn.' ig'.dpes Juicv known to all OR. be- ing'just-about- (.he inosV. succulent cdl- -.1 produce? pvU'vbVjsjj'pplanted; Jamaica 'Moiitreatini'cJons will be si flloviih 01 'Life >f 'mean 'that, there f .Dandruff Canada's ell Succumbs of reasons "given j; 'J' "X J. .'-s- put -of our -forest: MiaRnant.-lfiat, HERPIClbe t.imt the is a busy little of snow: mighl uci-ab'e, cousUuLly ILL work seen-in- while doing the same thing. Apparent- ,-fiejds were bare and dry. Or willi; fiendish Intelligence" H hand, whs pointed out, dc down into the hair foresta'tlon' tends to drou'fiht, as Lhe troys tlic Hair life and finally ci-owds j gnow'then -all melts quickly, causing lit the hair, cauKlng Therfi am two sure ways of stop- visible .niicrobic grywth, One la, to a' tlppd with no reserve of moisture. i? i'c i Canada and the Un- util tlie germ bas induced 'incur; i J'cd StateB, of wliirh the lal- er eiinort their wy.vns to us, Ca In' winter, in return, also alluded .to, deBpile Uie [uci ihai ihe organiza- tion is and (-here was no- Newhro's licrpicide 'is fiise'd body present to urge' IcHisbtlon for or ini.elligcntly. By- killing the.dandruff ngainst the cxcliange. Dr. A. D. Black germ; it-thus Eurlher acoiimu- Bderj df-Montrenl-1 was elected prosl latinns of. scarf skiu and prevents'Jhe association, Lhe Ctrst Can. hair.from l- able baldness, after -.which the a.trpp- ied hair follicle offers no sustenance to the germ; tlie other is to L Usc'Ncwbro's Herplctde The .dandruff fierin cannot the news fp distreHsed special Hgcnts. .adlan to an honor. Picide.; thopo Is Nothing "just like' eovernmcnl weather prophets r "jnsL as good." lierjiiclde.1 One dollar size bottle and gnr.rantecd by all druggists. Send lOc in postage for sample and booklet to The I-tcrjiicide Co., Dept, R., Detroit, Mich. Applications, obtained at the better barber shops and hair dressing 'jiar- l-IiginboUmm CD, The OI and EoothBayern stationed In all par-Is of lhe continent, Iho, geiitlpmpn from whom the newspapers receive the fprecuBtE- of I lie doings among 'stars. Counting the Absentees If a man has swimming is ha still food Tor iho census maiiTMany peojile In Montreal have already start- ed'off on llieir summer vacations, Iheif'hoiises -irc cloECd, nnd there la no way of (lie ccnsim enumerator ob- 'ajning1 the information lie -requires. But that does not matter. If a man Ts wandering where tho surf beats or whipping a stream trout, ov bvcn ttendjng the Coronation, he in slill a Canadian, and Me head to lie count-" ed-wilh his less lucky stay-al-homo neighbor How to 'count-hini? That Is the question. Census I here have wnlieii.-fov instructions. If they "cannot, find out from Lhe neigh- bors, a special report is to be made L-oiu. and an aUeinut marte lo tag the delinqueiii when lip .returns. Most of the euunicM'nlora report swift pro- gress wil.h their work, although one poor'fellou- had (.lie misfortune to be (alien" for a rcsil collector.. A tumble down a lonp purr .of tenement slairR and a. bucket of wtiier on his pros- H-nlc form atJ he Iny on the sidewalk, was all the answer ho received to his list, of Baking Trust The proposed broad mergm- has buinjjcd up ayaliist live.oppobl- Uon In iheso liarls. It -'comes !dlrc'cr, fi'oni .Mother, nnd what- Mother vbi.cs along'the cooking JihVl "eaflifn llncs'.iis. "ally carries. MoUier'siiys: lliat If. thorite any fche'11 Just, turn to batch oi1 so of those i'ones ive havo all heard BO much A meeting of hoiiBcwiveH'Jias.iJecn call- ed Iq discuss lhe situation; and to draw up u strongly worded reEplutlon any proposIUqu 'which would tend LD .corner the staff of- life. there isinot much danger of a broad niergor culmiicing the price oi1' Ihe product, '-'Thn-hb'usewife cannot make- kerosene oil, or a of other Lhlngs that maUe.for The CoaldalrRestaurant for Quality, Quantity, Varie% Service We or to make, every .detail in the iiiiiiiaguiiiciif ot our reijtatir- :ni( siitisiiiflor.v. I in estimate anil liiMl out whether you arc pleas- ed wliat. yon get how you get it COALDALE HOTEL BLOCK 'Jim Jack Manager WENT TO SWEET GRASS A largu minviier ot Americana- tins mornlnp on tile nine-tnlrty train ID Epeml lllc (lay !it Hwcct Grass, Mon- lana. They accompanied by the Citizens' Hand n-hlcli will furnish tho music of the day. Many arc expected home this evening. WHITLA NEWS Whitla celebrated on norona'Jnn nnd llievc was a largp ci'owd -in "sweetness and light" in'the home laUai'iilance. everything passed off hut she clin makc bread, or at leani lho liap- ran loarii (he an art it certain- ly is, and H would ho an unmixed evil should.more of our yoinuj women pened in the bucking when Mrs. F. H. Goleman and Mrs. A. Hea- ton and .children were slightly Injur- ed liy, .one. oC the _ hartseB. running bo induced, even by the process oft through the crowd that .was agsem- commercial overreaching, to cultivate (bled to hear Uie'speaking. We are Two young college women in a; neighboring several years agq started in the hnelnesE, 'having firsl They charged twice the jjriccs of the reguiar. hakcr's loaves, and What would they care about a baking lof school. Tliei-e is .to Uc.ono mouth'B trust, so lone .is tlinr; ivaE "scr.tie- will as- very sorry such a thing happened. Dr. George, Carson Ima decided to ,'ocate in How Island; those wanting doctor.when in need, of such lerviues. Miss lea. hai, just closed, succeasful .Lwo montliB1 ,lerm OVERSEAS M.P.'S ARE IN IRELAND Umdon, July Warwick to- day Inspected the Canadian Cadet! at Dirking. The visiting oversell M.P.'I are suesls today ot the Lord Mayor and .corporation of the city of Belfait, where they are being entertained to luncheon in the chamber of commerce and at nightfall Ih4y leave for Luke the acliool .until the holiday vacation. f. ,l, W. McN'ichol, of LethbrlUEe, gave ,a vcrv Interesting n.'ffiitmaro of (be breart taUc Qn (iry fai-mlng and Lhe Dry Farm ing CongreEB on Coronation Day. Mr. McDonald, ex-M. Al- Ont., also gave a talk on Con- find'- he. had a. men s vim tliR Hour USB? As long as we can hove hoi'.ic made bread there be nolhlne more than t combine History Makca Slang Phrase The phrase "Lei George do in 0nL' Ikely.tb.bD BHcceedcfl. in this city, at by the phrase "Lei Mory do as ;a result of- the 'Coronation. ImiiortanL-e'ofrfcn'c aud tho >Iary, bae proven herself much thri !flag of our country, nore capable of Ihc two at a .raliq ol -Miss ;Alma Johnson, of Lcthbridgc, five thousand to, one. Move- naa been visiting the past Iti mpntB :have been unrtanvay WhiLla._.'aB 'the, -Byrde -i r "r S >3 ID Becllrc con i Whitla, wns .visited -by--n.- terrible iiwiLioDS from all women named fitorjn ,as, resultlne lary to piirchaee a'gJfL for (he Queen jn a great many of the claim .nd from? all inon :nhmcd George-, to being deGtroyud. my something Tor the King! -As a re- We Have had floods ofWn the pest Queen been the whole country being ARRIVE 1 The Benchers arrived In the city; this" afternoon and held a meeting In' the library ot the court 4tfour o'clock. This evening they will dined by :the local the bridge Hotel TboW Lbat came J Muir KC, prepl denl; W. L. .Welch K.C., R. B. Bennett' K.C., O. Biggar. E. P. McNeil. J.w! Greene, D. G. White and C.-P. A S1DE-UPUTTING COMEDY vlth a cheque for 500 ns -a. result i tllor0lieill'v soakefl lo a deDtl1 tnr" CUC of feoHn of namewke-s. Part of [his will hot) dry wenLheV .which preceedod. the UEeil by the purchase of ems and part ivill'he devoted to chart ty. RuL to tihe. shame'of tile local There IE nothlos -hnt pond holes and frogs these days. The boys eorgcs fact that -Alberta Hussars re- ontribiitions from them in lliis cityiainicd Ia3t o far amount'Lo ojily ars coming from ten contributors. list why the Reorgns have made such pooi-'shbwing' Is n mystery. Eomn nthoritlos holding that In view of. ic present equal suffrage movement, fs up Lp'5Iarfy .to'do things. The iml of however, he duly forwarded, Ihoiign 'there I'G consider- able doubt as- to what sort, of a Cor- They. report a gcod time and: speak' 'In., glowing terms of their -superior, offic'eni- Miea Rolllns'has gone to.Letnhndge nnd Mauleod _J" to siien'd her vacation. friends iiiitl relativea.' i.-'-'1 Postmaster .Richardson ,haa received notice .frpni the. .post offlce-'depart- menL that i' will be a office. George Shaw and wife arrived on J.uly 1 from JMlnnesolii for'a visit with brother, A. K. .Shaw and ;family. onation will he jinrchiuJcd, I Mr. Sh3.iv mny decide to Mocate am it, tbe loral Georges hanlo'lft' UB- sngseatsd n 3 Coronnlion ci- s- Shullz anrl wife were 'Medicine gar as.tlio most appropriate pin. The Ibonsands of.Georpos ivlio did notcon hnopy If the incident results in reliring the cnrrcni. slang phraeo associated with their name. ViVsiVfcS'vv Cardinal Rampolla, who may. be the IMext Pope Hat visitors .the past week. We arc soon to have. a. hotel and bEnk -at Whitla, O.' U. Helgersou has Tieth- bridgn to assist his brother-Henry In Belling real estate. He may'go'on to" Minneapolis for ,1 with friends and relatives. 3. S. Ricliardeon lias Singer maclilnes; to sell quite a. few o[ Lhem, ns he.says they are the besL machlno, anil can bo sold on such liberal terms. II. L. Gray returned last wfiftk, whovc be. has been'the'pant two montiis running- an. engine for LlosLon and Newell on n out- fit.' Ui1. Carson made a trip to Calgary, the past week. One of-the best comedy sented in for Rome lime vu on at the Eureka nlcht. Not only', did the. vaudeville, create .uproars of laughter, but the pictures did equally well. Gllmore, Leiloyne and .Perry In .their own original comedy; the Mop proved themielyn fa' vorites with, the Lethbrldge theatre: .goers last night espcclallv the lady .of.ihfj trio who le an er comedienne, .and .violinist. She: kept of laughter for n nil Mv. .Perry, who played the -'cfirt of, Ihc deacon le nlao an 4.1 comedtaft ,received niimcroiis applause, BJI.lle, the single' in his bneed on love, made a big hiLwith the young TolUE The first picture, The showing .members of the Pane fire ninnte. are drilled, well worthVthe price of fldmJBaion and wlll'be ihciwn ionlgfit for the last Graphic' was intensely fntereitlnf, BhowiiiRv: the different erenti o( day in-Burwe other pic- t.Mvaa were, both roaring comedies and the. program In :all WM one would please the moat faitldlous aud- ience. The managenunt withes' to call patrons to. the claga of pictures' be nuuilAf this week STARLAND change of program at Above popular the coolest' place in town, in one ot, the ftneit epeclmens of photograph In travelling. In sensational and realistic, photo-' plays ever produced. The leading -lure, namely Bravery." an elegant svre'tn pIcHge ;ill enhance Ihc reputation that, the enterprising Lit] hae already gained by their alertness In getting npthmg but the hest find ucwoet pictures able. The cnron-itjon pictures are. al: ready boottod nmf will be here Bhprtly. U'atch for th'e daLeB. Children Often Need you eannot be too- caralul whit you (ive them. Hanh. purgatives Injure Ihc bowels and pave Ihfl way for IKe-lonj .-The'new dou work vilhout the Tht children like them for iwto Dkt oflndy. Ono'cl Ihi moat pripuUr of the NA-DRU-CO ?3e. bai. If (Jrutrlsi hu noi yet itockfd thtm, lend 25c, tnd m will null 30 BARGAINS! The 9lo Sliuahtcr Sole of Clothing and Mem1 Furnishing! it The1' LethbrldfK Clothing Store Is cllll on In full swing. One f will do. oi Two. ".Come anil be convlncej. The Lethhridge Clothing Store SAM 113 7th St.'South (113 Acroit Purk'nMr ;