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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta A .LOST TYPE where is she of whom I sing, neart .beats faster, A tender, winsome, wooing thing Content to; honour, love, and cling To her dear lord and master? gentle, soothing, kind, ues still displaying: stored in. (her receptive mind passed ag Her husband's lightest saying the coajgt. Mrs. Macbeth will not receive to- morrow 'nor again until .autumn. Hon. 'Dorothy Brett, it is reported J. M. Barrie. the author, I marry, is the eldest daughter of Lord She is an amateur author and Mr. Barrie has long fceen a. friend of the family. The recent report that he was to marry Pauline Chase. the actress, has .been denied by Miss Chase, -who is Mr. Same's Mrs. Joseph Morgan and son Ar- AWAKENING OF SCIENCE TO THE VALUE OF FRUIT little work in tJie arranging of the gathers; With a 'little practice isoon become iuiechanicaCand you will be delighted with the rapidity and ueaf ness.of the work. EVERYDAY HELPS _____ Medical men are Jost btfiuiaf tc left yesterday afternoon for a of fnut in curing' ,isit In the Eas, j raw impracticable in Mrs. W. P. Roy returned last even- ng from a feu- days' visit at Courts on the farm of her brother. sweet mouth words harsh .and high never man's to hear drop- -Her one reproach is half sigh Or sometimes in her saddened eye The glistening of a teardrop. They call her truly womanlv, They know of none who's better. In .her all graces are to see: -But still I ask is she? For I have never met her. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr W axramner, of the Bank o? -Montreal staff, leaves Saturday for an extended eastern visiL f Mr and .Mrs. W. R. Seatle returned this afternoon.from their honeymoon trip at the coast They will be the guests, of .Superintendent and Mrs. Wilson until their _ ready for occupancy. Mr. Sellens. has .oeen acting manager of the imperial Bant branch here during Mr, Seatle's absence, leaves this evening for Rosthern, Sask. Mrs. .William 'Stafford accompanied br her daughters aad son, Will, left ,'bat.night for an extended visit TO New York. Mar- garet Brown, daughter of William C. Brown, president of the Xew York Central Railroad, was married yester- day afternoon to George Patter- son in the home of Mr. Brown >jere. The wedding was quiet, only the brides parents and Mr. Patterson's father, C. M. Patrerson. banker and manufacturer, of Charlotte, N. C., be- icg present. j CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' Aid of the Westminster i church, met yesterday -afternoon at j the home of Mrs. R. Biirgiaann. Ar- rangement were made whereby thev purpose taking charge of j. 1 Oisease because of the minute quantity principle contained in fruit jmce. A physician in Ottawa, after yemn of patient discovered a process wftereby the medicinal or bitter of fruit juke increased in quantity and thus a more active and aoreraluable substance is obtained. Prmt-a-tives" the only medicine world made of fruit Hundreds of prominent pmle in section of the Dominion owe their health to "Fruit-a-tives." Hun- more are daily becoming stronger and better by taking- them. tjyeg it daily proving its inestimable as a natural cure in all cases of Constipation, Biliousness, Torpid LiTer, Backache and Headache, Neural- gia, Rheumatism, Kidney and Skin Ttwthles. we. a box, ortrialbox, 350. Sold by all dealers, or sent, postpaid, on ttceipt of price by Ottanv. vell-io-do women wuo seem to have -no occupation but attending weddings and Potato water is excellent for' clean ing mud stains from nearly any kind of cloth cr garment. A perforated pie pan placed over the tea-kettle can be used to keep a dish of food warm. A great many blemfshes on wall pap er may be removed with a r.ubber on a lead pencil. An India rubber hot water bottle i easily cleaned. Wash it well with luke warm water, and soap, rubbing on the soap with a piece of flannel. When ironing a starched garment and a part of it becomes dry, do not dampen with water, but with a cloth with a cold starch. This -will keep all parts of the garment of equal stiff- ness. To make extract of orange pare thf rinds off very .thin and put them into a bottle half mied with alcohol. Bo not cover the frying pan when frying fish, as it makes the fish soft It should be crisp, with flaky meat. Scenes in Edmonton's New Agricultural Alexander's Ice Cream parlors next attending weddings and Thursday afternoon -and jshows of ail kind5- TheJ" are given -to They wil] ho dispense I OI do not hftTl" nTioc? i Mrs. Turn-bull, of Claremont, drop- ped dead at Arthur, while nursing lier sfeter's infant child.. John Bellshaws team ran away in the O..T. R. yards at Meaford.'and was killed, -and Roy Leonard, was holding them, had his back in- jured. They will be prepared to dispense f OI flUsh' do not now tootnsome and cooling dainties .to y haTe t0 wait' or how the public, the proceeds from which CFUSh' see some- ___ tne public, the proceeds from wHich new home is i50 increase, the funds of the so- TWILIGHT CHAT UNEMPLOYED WOMEN IN THE EAST one is doing just of the unemployed, I am always aston- ished at the multitude of unemployed thing eventually, and are not much) addicted to reverence for places 01 i persons. Of such are the ladies who stand on benches to stare at che bride at a wedding, or talk loudly in a for- eign church wjhere people are praying. I have often wondered whether these i women have homes, where they live.' No Disordered Kidneys or a Weak Bladder if You Take a Few Doses of FIGPILLS and Distress from Out- .----------7s or bladder trouble TV-ill vanish, and you Trill uuuoie Lame back, painful stitch. ___ tism, nervous headache., 'dizzines out; sick of Kwitctergrowlin We know it is liot and ordinary bread is ;pften sour, drfaiid tasteless. PHONE 794 For a sample loaf of QUAKER BREAD It is always sweet, pure and tasty. Address: GILMORE, THE BAKER Eussell Street. ]yorth Warfl and what-sort of a mind it ____ can be contented-with merely, staring and looking on at the movements ot people they do not know and can never hope to meet. Notwithstanding the denunciations, it is still 1 marriage-that interests them most; the bride's face, her toilette, her jewels the the bridegroom's coat, and the flower in his buttonhole. If mar- riage were abolished and we all agreed to stalk along in dignified spinster- tiood. the occupation of these good lad- ies WQuld be gone, and, -we .may pre- sume, with it their whole interest in if deeply is matrimony rooted in he natural female mind. IN THE SEWING ROOM When Shirring which smarting, freauent urination and a bladder trouble ends.. FIG PILLS g to the 'disordered kidneys j "jawiutMeu Kianevs bladder and urinary system, anl com Plete a cure before you Know it Ther is no otuer remedy, at any price w'j- so thorough iS prompt doses ._ no back'acLe. _For sale, at al; first class flrt a box, or five for one -tores Ivery seamstress knows the diffi-l jculty of making shirring lie flat and smooth so that it can be sewed to the band without taking the time to "lay or scratch" each stitch separately. In shirring, take up on .the needle a little more of the material than you leave between the stitches, so as to show the thread as little as possible. Then press the .thumb against the needle, moving it with each stitch, and fill' the needle as full as possible before draw- ing the thread through. This gives each stitch the effect of a slight plait, like the machine It's Always Time To Drink JUICE TLis Hot WeatW Especially We have Montserrat, Victoria Cross and Red Cross Hyer's Root Beer Raspberry Vinegar Make your own ICE CREAM with Jell-O Ice Cream Powders. Easily made and delicious. Just received some of "HEINZ them Heinz Chile Sauce, Heinz Chutney, Heinz Catsup, Heinz Pickles, Heinz Preserves. OLIVES OLIVES Just now we have an excellent stock of Olives in all sizes: Pimmeto Scuffed; Nut Olive; -stuffed; Celerv stuffed; Club H, mixed; plain, in all sizes. ARMOUR'S AND GRIFFIN'S Bacon Ham FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES Always On Hand Lard ATow, what's the use of heating up the house over a meal? Wouldn't some GOOD Pork T s more nmrMous than meat etc. In the canned meats we Lunch Tonsoie Roast Beef Veal Loaf Ham Loaf Pigs Feet Dried Beef Chicken Loaf Gae Sausage OR, FOR SALADS. Shrimp Prah oraft Lobster Etc., etc. patter how is a "GOOD CUP OF none Percy E. Crosby Successor to F. German. Lethbridge Might Get Some Ideas For It's New Park At The Capital SEE THE WINDOWS TUB SALE Imperial, at Ladies' Favorite, at ,45c Also C. S.. Tuxedo] "Etc. c" lias just received a larcre o consignment of Slices, and is now in a position to fill all the wants of the. people at the usua low prices that this stor is noted for. Having bought German's stock at be can sell at prices tha cannot be touched else- .1 1 1 O T. Vi The Family Grocers Redpatk Street Pkone 515 mer Skerlock Bldg. All men wearing ISTo and 7 shoes can have them at 20 p.c. discount on Friday and Saturday The Crosby Shoe Store Next Door to The Bentley Company 114 Round Street GALVANIZED IKON TUBS FIBRE WOOD TUBS WOODEN TUBS NOT MUCH MONEY REQUIRED WHICHEVER KIND YOU BUY TUB SALE SEETHE WINDOWS Hardware Sale Strike while the Iron is Hot Buy while assortments tire good. Every day sees the finish of many lines, probably the very things you need. The prices impel 'quick buying.' This great under-price closing-out of the Gray Hardware Stock; this store; this sale that specializes; every item in the stock emphasizes the fact that You Pay Less Here in both stores, in every department, at every counter, every shelf, under every table from basement to it's a stove, paint, varnishes, enamel ware or tin ware, brushes, blacksmith's forges or a package of tacks. This is a complete Bargain Store the store where you are assured of everything at UNDEK PKIGES without the sacrifice of Quality or Service. The Evely Sales Co, Closing out the Hardware stock of C. W. Gray ;