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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i Put This in Your Now SIR. WILFRD LAURIER PREMIER 31st, LIBERALS Animal Meeting of the LETHBKIDGE CITY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION "Will be held on Wed. Evening, July 20 In The CALEDONIAN HALL AT 8.30 P. M. Election of Officers. Arrangements will be made for the visit of Sir "Wilfrid Laurier. Friday and Saturday Child ren s Special Roman Sandals, all sizes to 7's, at 95c Tan and black strap Slippers, special You Are The judge 30 Days; Free Trial Don't be satisfied with a steel razor the Carbo-Magnetic tvith the that you need never hone. This razor is not tempered in uneven fire heat but by electro-carboniza- tion at decrees process similar to that bv which dia- monds have been produced. -LOOK FOR THIS TRADEMARK PRINTERS UNION WANTS TO KNOW Get a Carbo-Magnetic on our 30 clay Free Trial weed not the razor until you are thoroughly satisfied that it is better any other you ever tried. For Sale by Hayr Bros PRIVATE STEELE A BISLEP WINNER POLICE OFF ON A SPREE Calgary, July local con- stables of the Northwest Mounted Police were sentenced by to two months in the guard room for rebellious conduct. It is said they w-ent on a spree to the red light district and when ordered .to re- turn by the officers sent after them, they refused to do so for nearly twenty-four hours. The men are re- cruits who recently enlisted in Tor- onto, Ont. The names are withheld. It is said most of them are South African veterans. Also Ladies'Canvas Goods, special W. J. Nelson Co. Ladies' Shoe Shine in Connection RICH RED BLOOD You Avill never have it long- as you have Dyspepsia Just as long as you have dyspepsis. your food will not properly digest, and the nutritious elements in the food will not be extracted or absorbed, and im- poverished or watery blood will follow. This condition may not be apparent at first, but it will come just as sure as the sun will rise again. Any stomach ailment, including all forms of indigestion, can be promptly cured by using Mi-o-na tablets, a scien- tific treatment unsurpassed. It stops fermentation, belching of gas and taste of sour food almost at once. The mighty power of Mi-o-na to in- vigorate and restore the stomach to perfect condition is known everywhere Mi-o-na cures by building banishing the For thin people k is a great flesh builder, because it causes the stomach to give more and purer nutrition to the blood. It cures sea and ear sickness and vomiting of pregnancy almost immediately. John eton and Jackson sell Mi-o-na for 50 a -large box, and guarantees it to cure or money back. The Executive committee of Leth- bridge Typographical Union called a meeting of-the members last evening to consider the question of the Leth- bridge Agricultural .riociety having had the except the prize outside the city. There was a good attendance and con- siderable discussion viisued. In the end the following resolution was pass- ed: "That a delegation from the union be appointed to wait on the Secre- tary of the Agricultural Society to as- shot off to-day with the_two men with whom he was tied, luck was dead against him and he" was relegated to the fourth posi- tion. His score 104, however, puts him in the very front range when the second and third stages are shot off on Friday and Saturday, and the Grand which will select the King's prizeman of 1310. In the appended, three Canadians who shot below 97 failed to get into the second stage. Privatef Bibby 96, Capt. Crowe 102, Lance Corporal Cliff 94, Lieut. Drys- dale 99, Sergt. Eastwood (Winnipeg) 97, Capt. Forest 98, Sergt. Free- born 98, Major Hutcheson 99, Priv- ate Latimer 95, Sergt. Mclnnes (Sd- mbnton, 100, Capt. McHarg 99, Pifiv- ate McKie 97, Lieut. Morris 103, Staff Sergt. Mitchell 96, Sergu. Rus- sell 102, Lieut. Rowe 97, Private Steele, winner of the Grand Aggre- gate 102, Sergt. Stock 100, Major King 90, Lieut. Mortimer 101, Sergt. Richmond 99, Major Duff Ewart 99 Bis-ley Camp, July fol- lowing are the results in totals, of Canadians' shooting in; the first stage of the King's Prize. Owing to an er- ror in the first cabled reports yester- day the score of Capt. Crowe was made 103, which would have tied him with two others, including the Canadian, Lieut. Morris, for second place, the top score being 104, of From Montreal last week sailed 2- Capt. Campbell, of the Eighth Ar- 212 passengers, intending to tour the ;yle Highlanders. i British Isles. The Canadians' big record was scored when Private Steele of G-uelph who returned winner of the grand aggregation for the shooter making the highest aggregate in the follow- ing competition King's Prize, first stage; Alexandra i; Daily Graphic, Telegraph and Graphic. -He 'thus wins the Challenge trophy, the N.R. A. Gold cross and He also won the Lorfd Strathcona cup for the highest Canadian in the grand aggre- gation Pfl-n-f U1H7 ond company's prize, of a gold watch in this competition. ricultural Fair was done out of the city." The delegation was duly appointed and the' union will' await -their report before taking any further action in the matter. Speaking of this affair to. the Her- ald, a leading member of the Union said "It certainly seems strange that there should be any desire on the part of any person to send printing outside of this city. Many of the business men of Lethbridge who are ever in the front rank of the "Lethbridge money for Lethbridge merchants" army flo not hesitate to .take advan- tage of the cheap non-union printing firms of Winnipeg and elsewhere, to the detriment of the local printing es- tablishments, who are building up an industry which employs many people and whos salary bills run, into many of dollars per month. i The merchants of Lethbridge and all business men who use printed mat- ter should patronize the local indus- try, and further, should see that their printing bears the label of the Typo- graphical Union upon guarantee that your work is done in a printshop which stands for fairness to its em- ployees." FAMOUS LE .ROI MINE CLOSED DOWN AGAIN Nelson, a .c... July fam-- ous Le Roi Mine at, Rossland, about to close down. ,In. March, last' year the' mine closed and .remained, inactive until October. A. J. McMil- lan, managing director, raised .the', additional funds and -development "work was recommended. Shipments of -ore have ibeen made but it is said- no great success has been .obtained; and the management has decided, to. close, down, again. J. A. Warner, of Cobourg, a well-- known choir conductor and music, dealer, died suddenly. CAN GET LABOR VERY 'EASILY Montreal, July at the Canadian Pacific headquarters re- garding the story from the West that owing to the poor crops, that -the con- struction programme had been cur- tailed, elicited the statement that such modifications as were to be made were entirely due to lack of labor and not on account of crop prospects in any sense. Mrs. Catherine Breithaupt, the old- est native resid'ent of Berlin, Ont, is dead. HAVE YOU REMEMBERED IT? When packing for the country cot- tage, don't forget your box of Zam- tfuk! Blisters, sunburn, scratches, insect stings, etc., if not immediately attended to are likely to spoil your pleasure. Zam-Buk ensures you against trouble from these. Take Zam- Buk instead of "taking chances.'.' Zam-Buk is antiseptic; kills all poison in wounds, whether from barb- ed wire fence, or Insect sting. Soothes aching feet and blistered hands: heals baby's chafed places; cools those sun- burn patches and prevents freckles. No mother should be without' it. Purely herbal in its composition, Zam- Buk is always superior to the ordin- ary ointments containinganimal oils and fats, and mineral, coloring-matter. All druggists and stores sell Zam-Buk, (but avoid harmful substitutes. Standard Furniture Co, Home Furnishers Show Rooms, 324 Crabb St Phone 483 We would direct special at- tention this week to our ex- tensive line of Enamel and Brass and All Brass Bedsteads There is not a more desir- able line to be seen in this city today. It combines all the most interesting patterns embracing all the most pop- ular ideas and styles, pres- sent and prospective. GALL AND INSPECT THEM ;