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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HEBALD Monday. .July The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Ac.dia Block DRY GOODS SAVINGS THAT COUNT offer during Uus ol a 1 sumiuei get the very best. Reduced prices, consequontlysucl, as we "last'odll' sale for the final eleaniuce of a most and worthy ol your immediate attention. fi-om these prices how Importa... H at this store. you to ...pply your nec.l8 Waist Sale......... 9oe. WORTH UP to Embroidered and tailored 1m- ens and in ,a complete range ot sizes. Cotton Foulards and Voiles 25 cents WORTH UP TO 450 Dainty stripes, floral and Jacanara effects to a wide range of newest color i washable. Finest Cotton Voiles :55f. WORTH UP TO 65c lovelv trom which to choose in'some of the best colorings and designs of tho season: New Style Corsets REGULAR VALUE Two popular and perfect fitting styles of excellent Quality coulil. finished ;vitli hose supporters, fiont aim sides. EEMXANTS AT BIG SAVINGS Great Sale of Hosiery 23c. WORTH UP TO 50c Lteles and silk llsleb in plain, embroid- ered or with lace shown iti every wanted color. riulei-vests Very Cheap l2Vi cents REGULAR" isc VALUES Excellent qualities in fine ribbed goods laotes- sfees short sleeves or sleeve- less styles. Big Reductions In all the new Millinery, Suits, Coats Dresses ANY HAT, including values usually ffC QQ sold nt aua VOILE AND RAJAH SILK DRESSES in'the newest styles, worth for NEWEST COATS, in Tweeds. Cheviots, worth ?25.0tl for......................... and Serges NEWEST SUITS in some, of lhe most attrac- tive styles of the season, worth BIG BUDGET OF HOSMERHAPPEN1NGS BUSINESS CHANCES SPECTING ROAD WORK- CROPS OF RASPBERRIES Uosnicr, July 0. Towels, at uno time assistant engineer at tlic Uosnicr Mine, paid a visit line cm Sunday and indulged in the strenuous j pastime of rasiiborry picking. Mr. Tevi'srs nt lircscnt holds the ol surveyor at tlic Hillcrcst CoHicr- ics, Ltd., at which place, .John Drown, formerly superintendent at the llosmcr Mine, is general manager. The llosmcr football team journey- ed to Michel, on .Saturday List, and managed to make a.draw, Billy White was lina'Jilc to accompany the lean] at the last moment, so his place' was taken by W. Downic. Mrs. O. Wilson, accompanied by Mrs. Downie anil daughter, visited captain, Ira the "I'iltsburg of Canada" on Sat- urday afternoon lost by the way, we think it is almost time that Ker- THESE OLD PEOPLE OWE THEIR HEALTH To The Wonderful Pwrs Of Ma. N. jouiiKUT LiCNtt, says "For more than 10 Years, I suffered with Constipation JUKI Tiles. I tried many remedies, but none did me good. After Inking four bos cs, of "Fniit-a- I am well. I am now over So yearn of PiTY, general storc-lcecpcc at SHANIA-, ONI'., writes am _6jr 111. V-., .----fc years of age and long suffered tortures "from Headaches, due; to Stomach Troubles. J was advised to try "Kniit- I did so and they completely cured me." MR. WM. PARSONS or QTTHRVIM..W, ONT., 79 a great believer iu 500 a box, 6 for f 3.50, trial 250; At all dealers or from Fruit-a-tivea Limited, Ottawa. Letn bridge Appeals to Him (Continued (torn [rout with ihoKo. iiropqrtlcs llmt It IB iillugolliur likely lio will interest a Uirso amount of lOngl'mb 'capital In Dm purdiuui1 of lots In .that locution. ''Vou ccrliilnly Imvc'n Jttie city, and I llltc Hie way your (Mill 1'arlt Is Inld siild Mr. Harrison. It) nn Inter- eating intorvicw u representative i uf tlm Herald, Air. ITm-rlson siilil I of stirrcnilercd i-hat title in favor, of the burg eight miles to the east of her. One has to go quite a .distance now wealthy capitalists to locale In jtiuio .par I of this country with Hie object of establishing flno residentItil luinies. "Ijiind in longtime) is not worlti as nniL'ii us h used to be, and tho Kngliah Investor in always reiuly to invest his money in Western Can- adian land." This expresses the opin- ion generally holil hy capitalists In tho old land who are 'well un iu Can- adian conditions, tcrusl and energy displayed hy iUj get (o Eug_ L oil m, .1.1 C. Ituown, who, being November 1 intend InVerestins- liimwlf an excellent imirhsinan, is ui j maily wealthy men in your city and. i i indeed, in Canada's western country nil times ready to give hints gaW Ml. who instructions to the beginner on tlic j W11B emphatic In the belief thai. Leth- rjinpe bridge would rise up a city of prom- i ,i inence hv sheer'm-iirlt and not through It will soon be to consider the .ion ot the 'l-'crnic Rillc associa- nnet has made' a killing. to 'liold of any raspberry crops anuuai visi( to llosnrer, and; At this interview the l-lerald's re- of; the bushes seem to. have been picked ami picked should at any rate outsideV partlc- again. j stand a good chance oi holding its CllI1BdiauSj seem 'to experience We would respectfully venture to j own on the range. Olio hundred 'and j in placing.'bond Issuos on suggest to those whose duty it is to twenty-live dollars have now been tlle London 'innrket' at the present look after such matters, that more on clearing and stumping the The answer was -_.. m-nrr-isprl nvi'r range, in addition to other .outlays ainniiii supervision shoufd be- exercised the youngsters who si-em to consider the C.P.R. platform just about' traiii in connection with the butts, trenches for markers, etc., and there brier yet sisiiHlcant. "Because." said Har- rison, "the feeling amongst the bis lirianclal men on the London Stoclt and elsewhere is that as Uidr specUil piuyground is .ittle doubt that Hosmer possess- I primarily it is oi course the duty of es one .of tho best equipped rille rang- T.lke lhe North- William Robinson, ex-M-P-V., lit Kingston, aged 88. Twenty thousand visitors made Jteriin's old home week joyful. Marriage Reference THE WORLD'S WORK DEPENDS ON THE WORLD'S DIGESTION FlM tilt ciptain of indtMtiy to the tod milady in the auto to the woman with the scrubbing the accomplishments of every one of us depend absolutely on the accomphsh- mcnts'of our stoniachs. Backed by a rood digestion, COT give tbe best that is in him. When he a. weakling. To this loss of power ao one need submit. Right habits of eating, drinking, sleeping and ejrercise, aided by Na.Dra-Co Dyspepsia Tablets, .will restore aod maintain the full, efficiency of the human mind and body. Dyspepsia Tableti contain the active "principle! needed for digestion otartry kind of food. Thej- go to the usiitaEce of the wakened Btomuh, and the sufferer, right from the start, to assimilate and get the benefit of tie. food eaten. With this assistance, the digestive organs regain their tone, aadsoon themseof tbt tablets k no longer Decenary.' II' youratoniach is not working pro- (Continued from front religious faith of those married by him. On the tooting indicated, the bill would be, therefore, ultra vires ot the Dominion Parliament. Power to Validate Coming to the third question: "If A B of the second uuertion is ans- Uonlral. tlon 91. If this ts so, then the pro- vincial power extends only to the di- rection and regulation of tbe formalit- ies 'by which the contract is to be authenticated, and uoes not extend to any ciuestion of validity. This was the view contended for by one set of counsel. Other counsel contended that the power conferred by Section H2 on province, to deal with the solemniza- tion of marriage within the jirovince bad cut down the effect of the words In Section 91, and effected a distribu- tion of powers tinder which the lature of. the province had exclusive capacity to determine by whom the. marriage ceremony might be 'perform- ed, and to make the official standing of the proper person so determined a condition ot the validity of marriage. If the latter view were taken, it was clear how the questions must be ans- wered, for It was agreed between counsel thai the bill referred to in the first question was intended to en- able a person with any authority to perform the marriage ceremony, and to perform it valldly, whatever Canadian Parliament tile-authority to enact that existing or hereafter mar- riages are Lord Haldaile said Get Into the Game! Cut Out This Coupbn.and take it to Rochon's. 5c and coupon will buy lee Cream. vrered affirmativel 6r both, has the this question would also be disposed of for the Parliament, ot Canada, in the events indicated in- tlfe question, would have no authority. .The sec- ond question consequently becomes not only unimportant, but. superfluous. Notwithstanding the able argument addressed them, their lordships had arrived at the conclusion that, the jur- isdiction' of 'the Dominion Parliament CARDSTON MOURNS A IMPRESSIVE MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR LATE D.-E; CAREER Cardston, est crowds ever, gathered in the does not, on a true construction of ones nui, Sections 91 and 93. cover the whole field of the validity of marriage. They sembly Hall at Cardston, some liOO people, paid a last tribute to the mem- ory ol ex-Bishop' p. E. Harris, sr., in the service on Sunday afternoon. Bishop Brown presided, and beside him on the platform were .1. E. Wood, I president of the.Alberta Stake, and prominent officials of the ward, and stake, who also took the ser- vice. Tributes to the, many virtues of the considered tion S2, on t the Act, conte Good for Either Boy or Girl Coupon Worth SCENTS At Rochon's Ice Cream Parlors on provincial legislatures, exclusive power to make the solemnization of marriage'in the. pro- vinces enables the provincial legis- lature to enact conditions ;as to so emnlzation whien'may effect the val- idity of the contract. There have, doubtless, been periods, said his lordship, as there have been and countries, where the validity of marriage depends upon the bare contract of the parties without refer- ence to any solemnity, hut there are at least as many instances where the contrary has prevailed. The common law of England and the common law of Quebec before Con federation, are connpicuous examples, which would naturally .have been in tlie minds of those who inserted the word! a-hout .olsmnization into the statute. On the face of It, these words ap- jiear to their lordships to import that j the whole of what solemnization was ordinarily meant in the systems of laws o-f provinces of Canada, at the time of Confederation is intended to come within then, including condi- tions which effect validity. There is no greater difficulty in putting on he language of the statute .this con- traction than there in pulling on alternative cMHtruction con- for. Both reatlngi ot tho pro- ieion In Section 92 are in the nature limitations of the effect of the word! SocUon 91, and hi their lord- hips' opinion, there no reason why what they consider to be the natural construction of the words Son of having regard to the law existing Canada, when the B.N.A. .Act was ntwsed, should not prevail.. Thlt conclusion of he questions raised, and their lord- ships will hiimhly advise his Mnjesty accordingly. The Judgment, given was unanimous. the parents of the children, but as they apparently ate perfectly indif- ferent in the matter, surely it is tins for sou-eone else to put a stop to the danger recently n youngster dropped a nickel in receiving his change from "Newsy" on the train, and actually' attempted to get down on the track- to recover it before the train had pulled 'out perhaps when one ol I them gets tangled up in the more care will he taken in this in. tcr. H that Sam Sins, 'Chin Sim Yee Way Lay have I hough tout Sung Chlng's share in the %usincss BeBt and in [inure the undertaking will he known as the Sam Sing Co. -Dan McNeist, district superintend- ent of roads, was ill town on Satur- day, and in company with .lohn Beck- ett was making an inspection of the new work done recently iu connec- tion with the sidewalks. Dan has just returned from, a trip up the 131k iVal- ley hfypnd Michel Prairie, where con- siderable., work has been done this summer in the way of fix-ing bridges, and repairing roads. We notice that the partnership r.l- iKtinp between Woo .loe, Woon Lin, Du-Wing Chung and Wee. Urn, radiug as merchants and laundrymen s Hosmer, has been and hat in future Woo Lin will carry on he business. and Mrs. W. T. Watson took he east-bound train on Saturday norning, and it is understood that Ir., Watson will be absent for some ime, F. W.. Burgess officiating as C. R. agent in the meantime. The Rev. B. H. Wallace preached at oth the morning and evening servic- s at the Hosmer Presbyterian church esterday. The Hosmer Civilian Rifle ion hus some ne'.v members this sea- on, who are giving good promise of ecominj expert marksmen. Thc rifle club is perhaps one of the most .flour- of local athletic enterprises Since its inception in 1010, its mem. bership has bees', much of the success -of the clnh dauntless being due'to the keen overdone. Take the Canadian North- i em for said Jlr. Harrison. cs along .the (Crows Nest 1'ass. Or. C. R" Higgins presented three i "Tills company has gone Into the silver spoons to lhe association last i English .money market and borrowed fall to he competed for this summer, millions to finance its undertakings, and' other priws arc to be offered to j The security, it is true Is all right r _... ,.....i, _ vt o 5 lafge Inncj 2 oak cradloss it chlldl'-ns high 71 child's so carl .'I3 child's doll carriage t wardiobe iCItcben fibles kitchen inet. linoleums, pictures. uiower and garden hoae. 1 madlil e for maklnj; ioe cream cones 1 vulcaniier 1 mlcroscipp I kodak, tent 10 i 10 All kinds rof kitchen utenilWi. Everything will fce sold ulthoui --wne as Let'hbridge. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER Silver in PHONE 1021 Why send out of Itown