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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 17. l.Hl. I UK Mji I DA11A KhhALlJ EDITED BY "INO" Reildtnce" Pfjoiw 774. 1 o to rslxcin, thru lo pal I Wakes iip'lilVfc Ing licail to love-anil j 1> W LiickllariU, m.Miager ot I Union Hitiik vill grow Tins is an ate of new TO lialr after it fallen out tofl.-u is a BALVIA fietOieat Hair Tonic and lliesslug, positHelv create a new hull If xoa to a beautiful li atl of hair free from Dandruff, use RU-VIA once r das iml -latch the rosulls j fs guarantee 1 to stop fal Jlng hail ana rcsrors tin, liau to Its rutiiral ioloi, Tbe gieatest Hair ViRor g i Si 1 VIA is coraiXMin.lci] hy expert Watch jonr hair if it is falling out If TOU dont 5011 will soond- or hit er be bale) _SATViv pievenls baldness by fas tening the nair to Ihe loots Ladies Till find SATjVJA just the hair dressing they are looking for It makes the hail soft and fluff} and is rot sticky A large bottle, SOc 'I lie Christian Endeavor nt St church niccl tninonou, '1 urstlav, night, Mlicn Hit topic will lie taken bj Mr George MoKcan 9 f t 'At 'annual b[ .lie IJaptist wonirn. of Uherta held L.iliran last 'Mrs Kirbj anil Mrs Smricr, of this ciU, upre elected "members is partietilarly fortunate In having such business portions In Toronto tha'atandard width of all struts la 6fi feet, but this has been turning from Walter floss' ranch at j found to be somewhat narioiv in the bualnew of the city. Of It1 coats' more to maintain the 'but in tho realdential Tho marriage of Miss Gertrude districts the actual p.nIng can be cut Mouth nml'Mi Ednwnd Bales boulevardlng, loaung tho A A LUle at! in Bhape can be the parsonage on Saturday afternoon j at Umc liule while the boulevardmg B- stem makes Mrs. ,W." N'jvcn and: Miss Viva, Calgaiv, who been spending month tilth Mrs DaMS, 5th Avc S left on the focal 'aftunoon to spend a' week v. itb Mrs H Ord- liiond, -of Pihcber Creek, re- turning home vto Calgart The Guild is grateful to Airs. Gray, whordoiiated garden blos- soms The distribuUon last charge of Mrs.- .C. K. 1'., who was assisted by Miss Uawdcn and Miss Eda Match. i Mr. and Mrs. H._ A. Stringer, of Mrs Hooker and son, Spo- kane, and W McMu'llen, manager of tlic Merchants; Uauk, Calgary, 'and formerly" of SfKnt the weekend in the citj They were re- Milk to'which they had-mot- ored from Calgar) SI Monica's G nhl, of St tm's meet m the parish hall "tomorrow afternoon, As spe9ial biiBiness will he heiore the meeting, a full attendance is requested v Mrs Robert Gilmorp, bern the gi'tst of Itrr son, .John Gtlmore, for several weeks, left on Saturday and other coast cilies, where ilie ntll usit heforc, leturnng her Iiomc m the eas't at lour o'clock AVss Lilian Starts of Kipp, acted as bridesmaid, and Mr Ernest Bates of Kipp, was ;roomsman Mr anil Mrs Bates will reside in the Duff addition -The wedding took place at West- minster, parsonage on Satairdav af tfrnoon at two ol Miss Ag- nes- Middleton .to Mr. William ,11-unt- er The bride was assisted h> Mrs Maij Gun, while .lames A poi.tc.d_ the groom Mr Gun sup ami. Mrs Hunter uill reside on Sixteenth Sf V Rex A A Lylle officiated Tlic marriage took place at eleven o'clock this morning at St tin s rto J, E Murrfll- Wrighi officiating, of 'ian Marv Humphreys, of 1'i'g to Mi Frances Joseph feoarps 'Mr I Mrs feoarcs will reside on 'tound St Miss Toung, ford St hai; return- ed fiom Badger Mat, here ijie one from an engineering stand point Of conrae, I not seen much of. )et, but I am favorably-Imp'reBse'd with what I have seen, and with what has been done In the wav of public improvements "I waa out to the new park this morning, and must aav that an for a first class park-there; "Although the work was lust started aerlng ,a great deal haa'been done, 'and It Is sine to be Card Thanks To The Citizens of i i, management of this begs to thank of LcUi bridge nnd surrounding district tor suppoi t accorded us during our Semi- doming Sale and which you have made the sale in our The for which these semi -annual namely, to clear our shelves of. all lias boon well accomplished, and we are hotter shape to receive our Fall and to you bet lei ynice than has hitherto been this city. iu (ouch with our ads and our store be amply "he Hudson's Bay one of the beauty, 'qpots of I othhridge By the time the'street cai sjstem is working it should a great at traction, and innhe a stieet railwaj sjstem here naj Mr Blanchaid is'a fairlj joung man as jet, but he hat lud a gienl deal of jyaUiable.experience as consulting en- gineer for dlffeient electric compan leg, while for the1 Irst four jears he HEAVY DOCKET IN POLICE COURT Man Charged With Wife Beating; Several Vags and Drunks Police court furnished a large dock- et! this morning, and the magistrate toa'd a busy half. hour. Word wes re: Delved at police headquarters yester- day, that Henrj Reid, a man Ihing In the Terrace, was beating his wife, who was confined to her bed on ac count'of her husband had given her .three or four days before. The police Investigated and finding it true, locked the beater up in the cells to think it over.. He appeared has' been eoniiPcfGrt the citj en glneermg staff of Toronto In the ca pacity of assistant engineer. EXPECT ELECTIONS IN AUGUST arriving .t -t Tuesday Morning the late have damaged the fruit crop contiderably, we are certain that you can do no better than btiy, at j per case J. only good for Tuesday Wtdnetday ULl knot and Miss Darker, of Blenheim j Uic wedding march The house was prettih decorated nilh the sea- son's flowers A dainta wedding sup- per afe the flower-decLed dining table Mi .farm near Barons qttawa, Roht Rog Manitoba, and Hori. Fran Toronto, here todaj uilli H L Bordcn, icttirntd fiom a lishing trip ti the Gatmrnu district Ihe Houa moetii tomnnon and bus nc-" will he picked ip left off, hut (lie icciprocity s and Mrs Camp- to develop until diucus cs haic been held and a final xote taken at Washington The genera! impression is that the House will dis- solve towards the end of Vugust and election will Baviden ore 'in thr Hull 131 was the scene traction on when ;hestcie foimalh opened to Hie cit.ypns of .I.ethbridge' H was literally thronged fron- o'olocK eleven, with an admiring croud of I people, ncn what llhey saw The stoic was Most arlis with palms potted plants, fiom me r'mill fhe bull ling u bcauliful, with its minimise ill-, Iat6 and bn'coin, running round thu entire foui sides The projections from the balcony formed cxcdtcnt resting places for the Itjtghi1 lighU, prcttj decorations with music, bv Ncedham's orchestra, lent the scene a fcstne and apearance windows, which dressed, at traded conurffints One wis Itted tul uith pieth riming room appoint- ments, lo an nr- rangcd dining table MIC nther 1-ad 9 inciting disnl.iv of camp beds and chairs, swings, rustic seats and vln or ucrfrcfc comfort in Dimmer homes and on and The Bawden arc (o be congratulat- ed, not onlv on the succm of their but on the Kiorc ccrtainl) is one of MIC Kryl liiK'St ol its kind wist' of i W 1 lias taken out iPermit to build a residence on Twelfth1 St., K. COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's seems. to hit the right spot. It is a great food for husky young1 ath- letes: satisfies the appetite: to digest: and delicious tbla morning and denied the charge His "wife was unable to appear'to give tbe'case ivas remanded tiirnext Monday .morning. .Reid wl occupy one of in the mean time, or will probably be sent to th jail to work ott some ot Ins surplu energy, The police'-, have been pestered ai spring bj nondescripts of all natioua Itiee getting paafthe immigration ai and getting across tbe line making themselves a nuisance nere on .account of their innate aver slog to all forms of manual labor. of these appeared this morning. He gave bis name as Henry Fitz and aaid be had beaten hia way across on a freight at Coutls. Hi had no money, found sleep ing out, so the police; ran him in for a vag. The cadi finding that he bad no work hi. sight, gave him a job for fjf teen days at tbe new jail, and in the meantime his case will be jnveatigat ed by tbe immigration authorltlee 'M. Shields, who himself as H prospector from the recently ated Porcupine district, arrived in the city last.Wednesday, and immediately loaded up with western booze He wag fined the next day and promised to get out of town to Kipp, where he said he had a job Last night he wai picked up drunk again, nnd this morn- ing he got ten in the clink to get the work habit, McMaater, a hard working man, who goes on a periodical bender, and generally enda It in the police court, was'ibid time given five and costs. McKay, with dislike for work, was remanded on a charge. Martin, the light fingered man, who elleved John Peterson, of a valuable imepfece in. the CoRida.e hotel taut 'hurfiday, appeared again on big pre- iminary hearing. May'Williams, an Id friend from Calgary, appeared as Crown witness. Cross examined bv the chief ihe confessed that Martin had given her the watch concealed in a lack of .tobacco just prior to Ms arrest. She identified the sack and the watch. This was sufficient evid- ence, and the charge was read .to Mar- tin; Martin, In MB statement, said: "I never saw tbe watch on Mr. Porter, and I reserve my defence." He waa accordingly sent up for trial at the of court of competent jurisdiction. The charge against Potter of 'being implicated in the tfteft withdrawn. C. F. P. Conybeare returned from a business trip to Winnipeg, where he attended .several directors' meetings Work will be. begun immediately on the trenching.for the storm sewer si stem Nrjrly all the pipe has hern distributed and the engineering de- partment is bimj' fixing the location o( the trencfaMk WERE DELUGED WITHJIESSAGES Fires Put Porcupine Out of Reach With Rest of World Toronto, Ont, July 17 was Ibst to-the .outside world; from midnight Fiiilar till 7 30 Saturday morning Small Ores along the rail- road burned some of the telegraph grounding the and putting .hem but of'commission.' There was i regular bedlam at, the station Hun Ireds of men lined up with their muds full of telegrams' to he sent to all {.arts of the uorld, either telling of safety or death bYJfire or ndtqr Oicr three thouiand messages had iccn filed noon and no more mcisagps were accepted Many messages ;liave .been flleil; iri. the office for dais waiting their turn Cher a thousand meuagcs were on le in the office when the wires grounded. Ottawa, Ont, luly 4men can Red Cross Society, through Sir Wilfrid Laurier, has contributed DOO to tlic relief tund for Oii- a'rio fire sufferers. HARVESTERS RATE TO ALBERTA (Special to The Herald.) Calgary, Alta., July Dun-S can .Mariihall, Minister of itated tola morning, that owlnctiK tlrt fact that a tcarclty of laborera eipected, an stfort wouM madeIbr Mt deinrlment to hare a flat rate of ten dollari for eonierini the harveHteri -from the eaat to mnnton, Calgin and trlctn H also Aated that he had rfr ceived a letter from the railway com- panlei concerning the idea but thif nothing definite had been decided i. "There will be a scarcity of labor- Raid the minister, "but niicionera at Montreal and Toronto will endeavor to have train Ioa4i tent' ireot to thii province Formerly, rarer! have been staying oft m Maul oba and Saskatchewan simply because he ten dollar railway rate only led tbem as far ag Moote Jaw, hl> year we hope to have tbe same ate prevail right to the Alberta owns.' The Epuorth League of vkslev huich meets tonight, when tlir lonarv committee will be n c.. irgc short program has been aridiiged order that Jhose who wi'h n ,iy an opportunitv to Attend the octal at Knox. church i GRAIN Winnipeg, July July, opened, 96 !4 closed, 06 October, op- ened, 9214, closed, 91% December, opened 9114, closed, 91 Vi. Oats Ju- ly, opened cloaed, 37K Octo- ber, opened 4014, cloaed, 3S54. De- cember, opened, closed, Julj, closed, 200. October, open ed, 185, cloaed, 1S6 Caah prices, No 1 Northern, 9514, No. i Northara, No 3 Northern, 60, No. i North. ern, 85% No 5, 80; feed, Oata. No 2, 37J4 American 'Markafa Minneapolis, July close', Ni, Sept, 95H, ner, THE, CLEARANCE SALE OF Warm Weather Shoes In Oxfords and Pumps, eifher canvas or lonlhci, at prices jiovcr equalled is something spending a few moments inspecting as you -uill SAVK MONEY. Get foot comfort nnd n ncnl lisli Fit, AVc can fit anything from the infant to tlic biggest man in Alberta. Men's Oxfords at Women's Children's footwear as low an for large "X ;