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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Thf Lf tbbridgf Bally HeraUL Tuesdajr, Jtily ma FOIT 25 cents Spoon trays, cake plates, salt cel- lars, pit ckers, cups and saucers. Rose bread and butter plates, fruits. Our window is filled with articles too numerous to mention in detail. You will imd what you h looking for there at 25c a iave been pece, Kirkkam 315CrabbSt tL Totners Phone 556 Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Carmel Cooper, of Kingston, is visiting her uncle and aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Gallivan. V The marriage takes place on Au- gust i', of Miss Mooney. daughter of -Major Mooney, Lacombe, and Mr. Bel- jcher. manager or1 the Merchant's j Kank of chat town, and son of Colonel I R. Belcher, Edmonton. Mrs. G. E. Jacques and Mrs, Xeil I K. Fox, of Calgary, arrived jn LeMi- bridge last week, and are spending a jfew days with Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Jacques, Baroness Road. -urs, J. H. Horner and Master Ken- neth, of Wetaskivrin, spent Sunday in Calgary and went south to spend the summer vacation in Calgary Herald. Mrs. McKeown, of Lechbridge, is the gaest of her daughter. Mrs. T. Hornrbrook, for a Her- ald. SOOTHING SYRUP That's the one safe remedy for a fretful, crying 110tiling in it to stupefy or to cause dangerous after- effects. Nyal's is the only soothing syrup we know of that contains no opiates whatever. Remember the name health of your child may depend on it. Nyal's Soothing Syrup in- duces healthy and natural slumber eases the worn nerves of mother by giving the baby sweet and peace- ful sleep. We strongly rec- ommend Nyal's because know exactly what's in it. PREPARING FOR EARL GREY'S TRIP SICK HEADACHE Sour Stomach, Heartburn. Canker Sore Mouth Cured fay Mi-o-na Sick headaches are caused by indi gestionrand a general disturbed" condi tion of the stomach. Cure the indigestion, and the head ache, nausea, heartburn, sour stomach and that "all in" feeling will vanish. Mi-o-na tablets will cure indigestion or any other stomach The will relieve almost -instantly. Johnston Jackson have so much faith in them 'i'l you your mone-v back if -they don't. JD-oaa cures by making the stomach strong enough to produce enough gas trie juices to digest all the food you .want to eat It promptly pats new "lif and energy mto the overworked and played-out walls of the stomach. Use Mi-o-na for a week, and you can eat what yo.u want any time you want u, and-take pleasure in doing" it Tour blood will be richer, redder purer atter taking Mi-cnna, and it only' costs oO cents a large bos XATARRH, ASTHMA, Croup, Cocgfu aad Colds, or tack. Sold acd ginranted by JOHNSON JACKSON AJYOTHEK BIG CONTEACTLET Irrigation Work Between Little and Big-Bow Rivers (Special to the Medicine Hat, July South- ern Alberta Land Company com- menced harvesting operations" at their IRISH CASTLE WAS BURNED Dublin. July a fire which destroyed Mentough the seat of Sir Valen- tine. Blake, in the county of Galway, his daughter and two servants perished. They jumped from che Castle tower. Lady Blake had a narrow es- cape, while Sir Valentine, who is 73 years of age, is cri- tically ill. from the shock. SERIOUS RIOTS BUREVG STRIKE Mrs. T. H. Xavin and daughter of Moose Jaw, and Miss Bde Kenny, of Calgary, are visiting at the home of their brother, Fred. Kenny, at 317 Bartlett street. They have just re- turned from a irin to the coast- Mrs. R. Hyland and Miss A. Sin- kins. B.A., who have been visiting for some days a-t parsonage, left this morning on the eastbound flyer, the former for Ontario and the latter for Moose Jaw. George Robinson, city secretary- treasurer, leaves this afternoon on "a sis weeks' holiday trip which spend in England. He will pick Mrs. Robinson and Master Jim _ Toronto, where they have been visit- Sold and fuaraateed by ALL LETH8RIDGE DRUGGISTS 2152 wich palls upon -the palate if a touch of relish is not added. For beef sand- wiches a thin slice of cucumber gives a nice -flavor: tomato, sliced, is also another popular addition. Pickles of any kind choped finely and added to the sandwich filling very much im- proves veal or lamb. Sometimes a little mint 'sauce squeezed almost dry and added to the 'lamb sandwich is liked. At this time of the year some- j thing tart and acid in the flavoring of a sandwich is more welcome than any- thing else the average hostess can realize. Selkirk, Man., July steam- ship Wolverine was chartered .vhis morning by James B. Moodie, K.N. W.3VI.P. to carry Earl Grey and the party t accompany him on his trip through Hudson's Bay next month. Earl Grey and party will arrive rom Ottawa on August 4, and will the same evening for '.Var- an's Landing, and Norway House. i. detachment of the. Mounted Police roceedeu them to-day, on the same teamer, to make the Governor-Gen- rai-'s ilrst camp and prepare for 'his pilgrimage through the lakes and for- j esi afterward. j The entire tour from Selkirk to Hudson's Bay will bo under the charge of Major Moodie. The party will remain at camp at Norway i House until Monday, August 7, end expect to arrive at Nelson after ten days' travel. They will proceed from Nelson to Churchill where the Mount- ed Police will leave the party to re- j turn inland, His Excellency proceed- ing onward to Montreal bv sea. You cant buy'just as good'as You will realize this when you commence using it. Buy a packet, and if you arc not entirely satisfied with it, your money will be promptly refunded by your grocer C.N.R. INVADING SUDDEN DEATH UNjP STATES OF FERNIE MAN To Build Important Lines In British Columbia and in. They Strikers Going: to Ex- tremes on American Railroad Wilkesbarre, Pa., July and train wrecking during- the night cc.urred at several places along the >elaware Hudson R. R. between his city and Carbondale, on which ection twelve hundred striking see- on men are angry because the corn- any is endeavoring to fill their places rwith strike-breakers. One man was I shot and killed at Carbondale in an attack on the strike breakers and sev- ing for the last few weeks. will cross the ocean on the C.N.R. steamship "Royal George." TW1LIGHT CHAT Lethbridge people who are anxious to hear the famous Melba will have the opportunity without going to very great expense this fall. She will give a recital in Calgary sometime in Oc- (Special to the Herald.) Fernie, July people of the town were shocked this morning at the news of the sudden death of W. Washington _ Victoria. B. C, July onlv proprietor of the Fernie Music ,ls the Canadian Northern road -oin- store. Mr. Elly has not been a per- jto its railway from Stewart resident of the town for a j 'LQ I1QK witn Grand Trunk rail- very long period, hut during his short 1 Way ai Edmonton, but also is pro- stay among us -has made a very large i 3ectinS another line from Stewart to circle of warm friends. Very few jltap the Dining districts at the head people knew of his sickness., which ;of the river and Fish Creek.' had not 'been considered serious and new line is to pass from Stewart kept him from his place of 'business Portland' City and tober and probahiy in -Nelson. A Mon- a few days. Saturday he felt so i Alas'ka to -the mines located CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The committee appointed by ,The two local Masonic lodges to take steps to form a chapter of the Order of the Star., will, meet tonight in the Masonic Temple, at 8.30 p.m. They will -be glad if any members of the Eastern Star, especial- ly 'the ladies, will attend -to help them in their work of organization. eral were wounded. Tracks were dyna- mited at other points, rails were spread signals-were misplaced, shots were-fir- ed at trains and locomotives and cars were derailed. Today the company is increasing the force of special officers and the state troops at that point to guard'the srrike-breakers. The girls of Wesley Epworth were in charge of the regu- and lar -weekly meeting last evenin treal paper says: "Madame Melba is looking forward with keen pleasure to her Canadian tour, which opens at Halifax on September 1, says a re- port from London. Mr. Albert Ques- sel, French-Canadian iteuior, who has won distinction in Europe, will ac- company her. Ml Maurice Lafarge. the eminent French artist, will be her accompanist The increasing popularity of the great Austrian singer is .causing scen- es of great enthusiasm at Covent Gar- den, .where on the days of her ap- pearances, great crowds stand in line from noon. 'dsl1 Columbia, at the head waters of ____ tile carrying ore -through Al- seen upon he street yesterday "dska to Stewart. This was the report much better that he ventured a visit to his store in the afternoon, and evening-, but upon 'his return to his in the Wilkes (building, he soon rew worse and notwithstanding the Brought from Stewart by returaln- -business men. The men who have staking lands along the pro- constant attention of both Drs. Bon- i posed route 'the railroad have re- nell and Corsan. he passed away at BOMB-THBOWER GOT REVENGE flome ranch north Of Bow Island last week. They report that the whea- crop will go about fifteen bushels to i the acre and the oats will be a fair Major Of a ToWll Killed crop. This grain was all grown on dry land and the success in this ceptionally -dry summe: to the thorough cultivation Of the soil. an unusual number of members and visitors were present Miss Bruce gave a deeply interesting paper on "The Benefits of LJferary Culture" and Mrs. Elton contributed to the evening's pleasure with a sweet vocal solo. The Misses Cook and Oliver Played a most acceptable instrumental duet. Mrs. Delf presided. ex- i is Sleeping- in a Hammock Ridgeway, Va., July Former of The contract for another section _ the big irrigation ditch was let last week to lie between the Little and Big Bow rivers. The amount Of the contract is about a million ami a dollars. J. D. McArthur is the coa- Work will be commenced at Mayor A. H. Houseman today asleep in a hammock on the lawn of his home, an unknown person threw a bomb that exploded and killed. Mr. tractor. once. Bousemyn. So Jar the police have dis- covered no motive for the deed clue to the guilty person. AS Cupid's Court A most interesting event occurred on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Pro-Cathedral when Noel Bdsell engineer of or chief H Your Shoes Conld Choose they'd quickly select PACKARD'S Shoe Dressings 40 bads-all coiors-for all leathers. The name "Packard" is a oositive parwtee of a dressing that is made l dressing that irtl bnng out the best that's In I sboe, both in looks and wear Your Shoes' Saks. Use PACKARD'S Dressings. It All Dealers' executive the former mayor presided over the police, it .s suspected that some person whom he sentenced may have hurled uie bomb to get satisfac- tion for a long nourished Brooks, divisional the C. P. R.. and "Mrs. Marion of tiis city, were united in marriage by the Rev. C. Home, M.A, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks have heen residents of Braemer are well left on FOB FAIR AT THE T lodge for some time and known in the city. They _ i on Saturday afternoon in General Supt Price's private Minnedosa. for Vancouver, going from there to Mi-. Brook's home, Sher- brooke, Que., for the months of AU- Sust and Calgary Herald Julv 25th. WAY TO DRAW MMJMHORCH Spokane, Wash., July -have drawn people-to hear my sermons by advertising. I have attracted them with moving pictures, hot suppers pink teas and flowers and flags. If have had any degree of success in Spokane it is because of the libera use of printer's said Rev. Dr James W. Kramer, pastor of the First Baptist church, who came to Spokane from South Carolina two years ago. "There is something worse than sensationalism. It is the inability of the church to produce life. The church that does not vertise is behind the times and to Stewart. 3.30 o'clock this morning after suf- "t IS intention of D. D fering great pain. A complication of MarLa- is stated Ojy en- stomach and bowell trouble caused at Stewart, to :build a second his death. j line branching from Stewart Before engaging in the musical City across the United ONLY FOR MEN ON CONSTRUCTION Ottawa, July .regard to the allegation that tihe relaxaion of the immigration regulations was to allow strike breakers to come in more easily, the -department of immigration says this is not correct, the new rule refers only to laborers -tojbe engaged in railway construction. trade, Mr. Elly was a teacher in the j ytates feorder and Proceeding along ublic cho the Talley of 'the Salmon ad- is nursing empty pews, and he who rails against the minister for advertising is suffering for a congregation. I am not an advocate of ragtime methods or vulgar preaching, but I do plead "or the church which is a humming of machinery, with live coals n the fire-box, smoke curling from the stack and every belt, wheel and ulley going. I helieve, too, that the People need instruction and that a minister of the gospel is" first, last public schools of rhe province, havin_ "been principal of the Rossland schools i for a term of years. As a business man and a prominent educator, he was widely known, and 'will'.be missed by a very large circle of friends. He leaves a "widow and a young son, of four or five years to mourn his loss, who have 'the sym- pathy of the entire community. The Knights of Pythias and the Oddfellows of which orders Mr. Elly was a mem- ber, will have charge of the funeral and arrangements are 'being made to ship the remains to Ms former home, near Toronto. tJlrousl1 Salmon river, States territory to tap the country- at the headwaters of the' Salmon, where D. D. Mann and his associates have taken up a large amount of land probably one hundred leases, and have mining interests. The intention is to haul ore from the Salmon .river and Fish Creek in of through -the Alaskan where the com- NEW RULING COVERS SHIPMENT OF STOCK pany's smelter is to be located. Mean- while work is going on to push for- ward the Portland 'Canal short line connecting .Stewart with Bear River valley and its mines and it is prob- able that trains will be running next spring. Veterinary Director-General Eliminates Inspection When Cattle go to Exhibitions JSdmonton, July new ruling DOCK WAS BURNED j AT TORONTO BAY. j Toronto, July spectacular wa- I'ter front fire early to-night resulted j in the destruction of the eastern dock of 1-he 'Niagara Navigation Co., at the regarding shipment of stock for exhi- of Yonge street In fifteen min- bition purposes, which will eliminate the whole dock was in flames. a great deal of inconvenience to which Steamers were hurriedly moved out of nippers have been subjected in the danger., past, has been issued by Dr. J. G.' sheds. Rutherford, veterinary director-general j city owns the dock. f the Dominion department of agricul- J ure, in response to a resolution passed ARC LIGHTS INSTALLED Are a Great Impiwernent Over The Old Ones As promised .by Supt, iReid, .-the new arc lighting system was ;cut in -on Saturday evening. The new lights are a great improvement over the old Tungsten .globes and reflectors. The lew lighting system is on an inde- pendent circuit, ithu-s assuring an ev- en current without which the lights would forever ibe burning out. Leth- bridge had arc lights before on the main streets, but owing to the vary- ing load caused by the lamps toeing connected to the regular lighting cir- cuit, they were never much of a suc- cess and were discarded for the Tun- gstens. Little of value was in the The loss is only The WE At Wesley church parsonage twelve thirty yesterday and all the time must be life." a teacher. There at afternoon, onar- Medicine Hat, July 25 .-Extensive preparations are being made for Medi- cine Hat's summer fair to he held on August 17th, 18th and 19th. The ncultural Society have expended up to date about ten thousand dollars j on improvements at the exhibition grounds the work there including a new e.vhibition building of the latest improved fashion octagonal in shape ana about fifty feet in diameter. New- stables have also been provided for the horses and a large water tank- constructed on the grounds. A very _. _ extensive prize list has been issued i this morning to Miss ilurphv linn ii _ __ Hev. T. P. Perry celebrated the "age of May Valeria Crofts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Crofts, and John George Weigand, both of this The bride wore a tailored travelling suit of navy blue serge and Becoming corresponding hat Both young people are popular and have a host of friends in the city. They left on the'afternoon tram to visit Vela- fives of the hride in Illinois. WH Fernie, Jnly FALL OPEXDTG of the Garbint Business Col- lege will be on Monday, Aug 22. 1310. Full information on appli- cation. GEO. J. SCHMIDT P.O. Box 1291. Principal. Phones: Office 1315. Residence 1458. a number of special prizes offered by the business men Of citv. are the WILL REPORT TO COUNCIL ON SANMTARY MATTERS J. Aird Murray, the sanitary engin- eering expert of Toronto who was in tn-3 city for a few days last week for the purpose of making a renort on a satisfactory system of sewerage puri- fication here, left for the east on Sun- flay. He will submit report in writ ng within a short time. Mr. Murray s recognized as the leading expert in unitary matters in the whole of Can- ada. On Saturday ex-ening he met the members of the board of health and :Iry council in an informal discussion >n sanitary matters. late a member of the school teacher staff of the Fernie public schools. Father .Mitchell of the R. C. church, performed the ceremony, and the hap- py- couple were soon flying away on the west bound Flyer for a honeymoon over the border. Madrid, July is ex- pected in Spain in twenty-four hours on account of an attempt on the life of ex-Premier Maura. The police have been ordered to adop.t-a policy of t sternest aggression. out of danger. WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, July sharp break July wheat was a feature in the new ruling reached the minister of i the here' agriculture ths morning 10penmS at yesterday's closing level The new order will do awav with the Xt sold 9ulckly at a net ait a meeting of the stock breeders held j at Calgary during the fat stock show held there this spring. Notice of the 1 necessity of veterinary inspection of stock being shipped from point to point within the province for exhibition pur- poses. Hitherto it has been necessary breeders to have their exhi- decline for the day of October closed about 1 cent lower and Decem- ber lower. There are no indica- tions of support. July opened closed r, Oc- bition stock inspected by veterinary opened closed De- inspectors of .the Dominion government cember opened 107, closed cash. before shipment. This entailed a great.close' 1 Nor- 2 Nor: 110-J, 3 deal of delay and inconvenience, as 2 W. Oats Flax 218. stock inspectors -were few and far be- tween in the western provinces At Soreness of the muscles, whether in- the meeting of -the stock breeders ,n is _