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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta PEHFECTIDk A LOLIJA Its richness and eaquisite flavor-give an added delicious- ness to homemade "sweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S 00004 with the Maple Leaf Label. THE COWAN CO. LOOTED, TORONTO. 133 ifrti. Af Edited by Phone 1052 FRUIT Slany are buying fruit from us. Are you? Quality is A 1 and.prices are the lowest. Pure Ice Cream Home Made Confectionery COTARASBBO'S. .Oddfellows Block, 333'Round Street. i'THREE KILLED IN POWDER EXPLOSION J SOCIAL. AND PERSONAL The Seeing Beo and Bridge Club [have .been postponed this week. Leot-i Pollock, of Fernie, B. C.. who has been visiting with Miss Bessie for the past month, returned home Friday morning. The Tennis Courts were well filled I Saturday afternoon and until late the evening. At the tea hour a number of the members dropped in che club house for a chat and cup of tea with the afternoon's hostess, Mrs, E. H. Wilson and Mrs. Starnes.' pan of cracked ice. several FASHiON A ;favorite trimming for smart is pipings of. black, whether of foulard, .pongee or linen, jIToil. S.'H. BlalvC Most of. the short skirts arc weigh- ted in order .to preserve the straight close lines so imperative. Gilt buttons are used for trimminigs as wen as for fastenings on the trim Hneri suits for young girls. Cluny and Irish lace are used to wod advantage as insets on drossy separate waists or the French ba- tiste. men Protest London, July compliments of the Canadian Niobo to bt j provided by volunteers in active ser ......-1 royal fleet, from tlie re .Rtl from the nea; I -Mr. and .Mrs. Seatle are expected home this week from their month's honeymoon trip at the coast. Mr. and Mrs. 'Reeves who have jfceen The organizers of opposition changes in the King's declaration hav-- Delved from Canada several expres oi op.nion in support of .-iu-ii Gowns for dinner or the theatre Hon. S.' H. Blake Tororro are various effects, with often the jwriwrf.o say that England is making harmonizing-coloring of a Byzantine nistory. Me urges her to keep pr 1 rtbsoLutelv olf coronatio oath ujHil rtome cancels her curses .-UK? i Arnprior, Out-., July li. The works of the Dominion Explosives Company, five miles west of t-his j Citing coast cities will also return j town; blew up this morning, killing the week. [three workmen and injuring several 'others. Four of these are seriously hurt. The explosion was caused by fire., which completely destroyed the I factory. I The workmen killed are Earl Alur- Frank Pittniore, John Hebolt, tile ciose "fie afternoon delic- refrpshmAmj: folk of the Primary Class j of WesJey Sunday School enjoyed a phy delightful afternoon Saturday on the parsonage lawns. Games, especially dear to wee tots were played and The touch of black is still .popular, j u-hat she herself demands Simplicity of cut is the note or I wor'ld-vme religious liberty Dr' T S the wash suits. (Sproule. M.F., Gra.... of the 'Orangemen, says; -Three i thousand Orangonieu and hundreds o' thousands of Protestants in Caaaclr j Heartily ,vith you." Harrv j -oveloek, Toronto, also sends protest i j A yetuion agaias: the change in signed b> Caiiad pans has received. Xeat are the zephyr ginghams wov- en in fine dimity checks or stripes. Among the new rubber camping coats are those made with the check- ed _lininsr. I i ali of Sand Point, Those seriously j injured are Edward Lynn, David ious served, ilrs. W. Jordan superintendent of the Pri- Joh'n ChattertoQ. all of Sand- 1mary was assisted in j point, and Thomas Mullet-t, of the members of the j ton Place. 1 Uesdames A. L. Foscer A and..L, Lundy.' j-Margaret Fosrpr and Frances Perry I served the dainties! Short coats, sloping shoulders, and full underarm lines rule in present models. TETEKAXS' BRIGADE! SO LIGHT THEY FLY and so good you're sure to see us to repeat the order. Yes. dear ladv isn't a place WP tn iuakes -EXCECITANT LIGHT PIES, is a boon toVoman-, md these hot. days. Send pointed oui: the stove off on a vacation and In the. association, whereas no ef jLarg-e Enrollment Is Be- Selected Winnipeg. July meeting of the executive of the Veterans Brigade' was held Saturday night. Captain Peters presiding. Hon. Secretary and Organizer John Hooper, reported some seven hun- dred applications of whom six hun- were already enrolled. Hooper increasing interest' i Miss Adelaide Finkins.'B. A., of To- i ronco. is a summer' guest of Rev. and [Mrs. A. A. par- BUY PJHS HERE. City Bakery FofdSt Beside Fire Hall Plxme 1181 TO PROHIBIT THE PICTURES IN B C Vancouver, -B. C.. July tions of fight pictures and the white slave traffic were unaniiouslv pas- sed at yesterday afternoon's session of the Baptist convention. The first resolution was for both Ottawa and Victoria authorities. It asks thai rhe minister of customs shall instruct all customs officers to prevent the im- portation of ,gimSt _he provincial -government municipal- towns are asked to prohibit the ex- hibition of the pictures on the ground fort had been made to interest the veterans w extend the association's 1 Interests beyond -the prairie pro- vinces. Applications for membership cornet Ontario. Ja T" as far away as tfova Scotia and the reasonawe rate United States. The official title, -was I received an" interesting letter this morning from Miss Gibson, local .sec- retary of the T. W. c. T. TJ.. telling of her vacation outing at'Banff, where with iliss Telfer. she is a guest at the W. C. A. cottage ''Anthracite- In part Miss Gibson wrote: "For the summer months the Youns Women's Christian Association, of Calgary, have started a branch' of their work in Banff. This is for the benefit of young ladies spending hol- idays there. The cottage, which' is called "Anthracite Lodge" has a most picturesque situation, excellent board There is nothing that adds so much to the charm of the modish-pump as silk hose. Touches of narrow, black velvet give an air to the light colored linen frocks for children. on ihe arrival of a train itt Xorth- jallerton, Yorkshire. John Todd a Xorth-Eastera engine driver 'was found in a state of ccllaose, and 1 Pired from heart failure on being re- j moved- to the waiting roozn. I Three guineas has beer, sent bv th- [rvins: to Mrs. Wood, of (Liverpool, to whom triplets were born' i a 7reek Straw buckles are seen on some of the smart tailored-hats; they are of the same -braid as the hat itself. would direct mostinterestin decided on as "Imperial Veterans' Association of .Canada." The. -dis- tinguishing uniform hat was selected, Australian soft colored ha up 'with badge, and of corps, surmounted by a feather, xhe band to be two inches wide, magenta in color. Hooper re- ferred in his speech to the Labor which the executive intends establishing for the benefit of mem- bers ana to the support of which they had interested a number of .business- men. It was decided that all medal the aim of the Association being merely to cover expenses. Arrange- ments have been made with the pro- prietors of the King .Edward Hotel to have their bus convey passengers to Xailc .used in bathrooms aua kitchens on which damp cloths may be hung should .be painted enamel so that they do not leave rusty marks. Brush out the dust. Take a pint of gasoline and add enough paint- chrome tint the matting nicely. Use a paint .brush and go. over the matting lightly and rapidly with. the. mixture. L-PL it dry over night and then 'varnish. The mat- ting will not shrix-el after this treat- ment It is as dustproof as a har.1- wood door, looks well, and wears splendidly. the Y. W.. c. A. i. think it might of their demoralizing influence as bein troubles. as provocative of racial help the young ladies cf leiisbridge when planning their vacation outing to know that there is such a comfort- able and inexpensive place here as "Anthracite Lodge." CHURCH 'SOCIETY CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK The Auxiliary, of St Cy- Parish, -will .meet with men were'eligible and to'further ex- Parish- wi tend the membership to all men .with Appleb-ir Thursday afternoon. The -White Slave Resolution is ad-