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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta wm '______ nrffc, AW'Y X, -jira JDOB reach of all Give ithis article a trial'and if you do not find it superior to the tea you have been using, your grocer has authority to refund full pur- chase price. ITCHING ERUPTIONS QUICKLY COOLED Juat'a few drops of she iamqus DJD. Prescription applied to the skin Villptake away instantly the worst kind of ah itch. positively know this. MUBILATION mild, soothing liquid, combined with healing .substances as thyrpoi and glycerine, penetrate to the inner skin, kill -the'-genns, and heal. The D. D. .Prescription, made at, the ,D. D. Dr Laboratories: of Chicago, seems to be compound, as.thousands of.'remarkable cures go. on suffering from eczema itching sktti disease wii relief Is so easily Laboratories DepL. jj'JL, 23 Toronto AT EDMONTON and. they -will send you, free, a? trial .bottle. This sample wi21 relieve th-e itching- at once, and prove to your sat- isfaction that here at Zeat is the. cure for yoiur torture. Write for a trial bottle today. We know! it you- Johnston and_ Jackson, druggists. HOT WEATHER AGAIN AROUND WINNIPEG Winnipeg, July has turned, -very -warm here again and though there-, was -a." slight shower" last sight, market gardeners are saying that tin First Regular O.T. P. Service Train Arrives J; Edmonton, .July thousand people cheered the arrival of the first :train.of.the regular delivery service on "the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway .when, it pulled, into the C.X.S. sta- tion sharp on time at S.15 o'clock. Mayor Lee delivered an address from, the top of a bus. There was no other formal celebration. The Phone 1052 SOCIAL..-AND :VV. not receive tomorrow nor "again .until autumn. i Society is taking an 'extended rest and the atmosphere is clouded with a regular Lenten quietness. Now that mid-summer is approach- ing everyone-is busily planning: lor tneir summer outing or.tare too tired after che somewhat strenuous socia events of June to think about enter taining at present. However, a large event is being planned for the end of the -week which is being looked for ward to with unusual pleasure. The enthusiasts enjoy quiet games table or two .in tho cool of the evening, when the younger set are to be seen at the tennis courts. A party composed of a dozen young folk- are making arrangements to motor to. Waterton Lakes, where ten days will be spent camping this iliss Hardie was nostess to the Sewing Bee yesterday afternoon. Needles flew and die twelve members present a profitable as well, as pleasant afternoon. At the tea hour a dainty repast was served. The TWJLJGHTCHAT children of Lethbridge, -were of ..Trade intended banquet ting General Manager Chamberlain and W. V. Hinton, general but these officials were unable to ac- cept the invitation to be preheat. AT BISLEY Bisley Camp, July Crewc-J ill distribute prizes at the close of :he N.. R. A. meeting on Saturday. especially in the the. city fathers last night, and before. they adjourned Lot 61. Block F, between Bartlett street and Westminster Road was set aside for a public playground and -a generous sum appropriated to be used in putting the ground in order providing amusements for the city's wee sons and daughters., Surely now-that the site has been decided upon and. the appropriation made the.. necessary arrangements will -be hurried through, .for on nearly every child in the city will ib looking- forward to the gay times that are in store' for him. GRAND CELEBKATION Will Be Held in .On THE- GLOKIOtIS TWELFTH A good program of sports, speaking ar.d ir.usic be furnished, In which the public are invited to participate. EVERYBODY COME Brown Tells Country Blame of our natural .resources'is I cause of; the1 present 'high.price o! liv- i.iag, C. "Brown, of the York Central. in addressing the National fillers'asso- ciation hert? to-day Mr. Brown added .that the present. outcry is nothing compared to that: which will come1 in the .future, unless conditions are changed. .''Husband our coal as we will there will come a day, when the last ton will be. said Brown: "The.. fertility of the soil, howeVer, cannot only be maintained but can be' augmented, and, :if must be, if this or any other nation .is to continue tb exist. No substitute "'has been' found j ior that sustenance which humanity ethar ALL MALtM, r' fcriM.. 4 TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION to do pressing and Apply Crown ironing, gobd wages. Cleaners, opposite Methodist church street. 172-6 has drawn from, the bosom of the what an important factor official soc- ial'life there is growing to 'be. Thanks to 'the; development of transportation and. fcotel "facilities, and owing to, the 'Greater Storm is .Coming "The high .price of foodstuffs end the blind, outcry 'arid, the same which .we have" heard diiri IT the last two-years is only, .the pre- liminary breath 'of the: storm which IFOR: snapJin irri- ated .land "in; Alberta, 660 acres'eight mHes .from dry, part irrigat- ed, 200 acres on ditch under crop spring wheat, akalfn, oats, nine room house, stable; etc. The Dowsley-Mc- -Millan Land. Co., Glyn St. near .Red- path, Sherlock Bldg. Phone'544. increased length of the sessions of ,LWi11 Become a hurricane unless a rem- less rain and cooler weather soon thej-rwili be in bad. shape. come PARISIAN SAGE CUBES DAOTRTJFF II' It Don't Johnston and -Jackson Will Give Yon Money Back Yes. Parisian Sage, the most invig- orating hair restorer, cures dandruff and'grows hair. lue women of Canada who have luxuriant hair, know it does, j that is why thousands of attract ive :women throughout the. land are regularly Rising, i For.. years this almost .marvellous grower of lustrous and beautiful hair was 'confined to the elite of Europe and New York .City, but about two years ago it was given to a select -list of druggists; and today-.- can be obtained in any city or town in America where society women of refinement July 16th. His Majesty will pay a visit to Aldershor. next Monday and the colonial .team at Bisley will prob- ably go there on Tu-esday to be in- spected. Parisian Sage is the most" delightful hair. tonic in; the world. It makes the hair. soft, lustrous and luxuriant in a few days. Jt" is "perfumed mosi daint- ily and1: is not sticky or greasy. It .stops falling ,hair. cures dandruff and itching -scalp in two weeks or back. Johnston and Jackson sells it for 50 cents a lai-ge bottle, and guarantees It or direct, aH charges prepaid, by Canadian makers, Giroux Manufactur- ing Co., Fort Oat HENLEY RESULTS Henley, Eng.. July follow- heats for the Diamond Sculls were rowed off today: Second, neat: De- war, London, teat Monday. Oxford., easily in 9' mins. 20 sees. Third heat: W. Kinnear' had a row over. Stabanke.. of Germany. having wnn- Fourth. heatr Randolph. Lucas of-Germany, 'beat Munsell Moullin, of Cambridge, in, mins.. 11 sees. Fifth heat: 'Edge rowed over. Alex ander, McCullough Jiuvnng The latter. who won two years wag -considered a likely winner. FASHION HINTS Belts are now used with morning and afternoon costumes. -The patent leather belts are most worn, "but need not be of tie straight 'form that at be suggested. They are varied 'by rings, unique buckles. and buttons. For the afternoon gowns of moire or silk the soft leather is used, Suede or chamois is in great demand, sometimes 'being combined with silk scrolls stripes and studded over with, crystal, opaque or -wooden bands. Parliament..' the number of senators and members of the commons, who take their wives.and daughters to Ot- awa for the session increases each ears, resulting in the gradual ex- >ansion of the social Again, as Ottawa itself; expands, and increases, lid it is growing -very rapidly, .its atural attractiveness as a residential city, becomes more pronounced, and private people of wealth are being at- tracted to take' .up their permanent residence there, not only' from var- ious parts of Canada, but from the Un- ited States. And it is becoming the habit for pri- vate families of -means -to go to Ot- tawa for the session, taking up their quarters in rented furnished nouses, in apartments or in- hotels. In short, the national capital is rapidly devel- oping into a sort of social clearing- house.' The officials "in charge of edy. is found. characterize the re-! hellion against present conditions as blind because the cause is obvious to any one .who will1 attempt the most superficial study-of. them. "We have for a century and a half recklessly, exploited; the natural re- sources of "the'continent. Meariwhile, with, characteristic zeal. ;'and equally characteristic lack "of common sense and good we ignore economic conditions and the conclusion that some one is to blame for all this'. ljS7o more acciir-a'te "measure" "oT; fun- damental prosperity can be found O. hundred -hens An- .v G-.S. H.; Box 1947, Lethbridge P. 172-1 .TO modern nished house for :one' month lett street 'beginning July isth To elephon- 1167. six room fur- on; Bart-' than that an individual "or nation pro- duces and. sells -more- than he or it the aggregate'of all trans- actions results in bringing mousy in rather than paying it out, and there occurs another sharp and significant contrast between the products .of NT-Nice furnished room. FIRE WOOD For sale at reasonable Delivered to ;any part of; city within one mile of factory. The Lethbridge O Sash and Door Co. COP. Round and Bonipas the .parliamentary and state funo Jrfculture and those of mining aad tions,