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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALD PAGE COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Blue Ribbon pure food profluots the stinteM V (jualitj and purity Theto is no Jiut at good' 'u ths be r I Bine niblun Codec and Baking Powder are sold as jird all other Blue Ribbon Goods, guaranteed to jlte1 perfect atisfaction BEAKS STANDARD OF GBANDSIRE, Mr.' HaTC TSrguson smndson o Lt-Cb'ly O R Cowan fonmler o Orangei nl ia Canada Mr Ferguson took an actu e part m thi> Orange par ade and celebratibJiB bn'tli.e 12th. TJIie late LL-Col.' Ogle Robert i M P., father Of Orangelsm iu Bri tish America Hi grandson Mr Har court Ferguson took part In the celo 'brations this year. Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 AT MEMORY'S GATE r watch iind "wait Early and late At memory's As J peer through, PYiends I once knew Throng the dim view. Far down the way Wee children stray, And talk and play; They Beeru BO noar 1 almost hear The words they say! I know I trace Each tiny face. O moments rare! Dear vision fair! Loved ones are there! Some, day I know That I shall so To where they dwell. Till Eai'y and late I'll watch and wait At memory's gate. Sandford. t Miss Marjorie Home of Victoria, IB'the.'guest, ot Miss Phoebe a dors, Calgary Albertan. Mr m Henderson and Montreal, July Stock remained closet! to- da> a id it is not improbable that it will stay so lor several days to come 1 heie is, a general feeling ol relief both among brokers and trad- ers at the action of the Board in or- dering the exchange closed. It is be- lieved that, the worst is over unless veloped to a volume: unexpected even the most 'sanguine, many Toron- to investors having turned .their at- tention to wheat in'an effort to' re- coup their losses'on the stock ex- change. Financial men state that the panic cf-1907 had no.more severe an effect Adeline Henderson are holidaying at r-ioril ng for Glacier Park. _ Mrs. McClurc anil Mrs. J. b Stewart returned yesterday from a visit in Calgary The manv friends of Miss fsabcl Dorinld will regret to learn 'that she is auits ill with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jack have as their guests the former's mother, Airs. Jab'i, and "sister, Miss Jack; of Ontario. Mr.'and Mrs. H. G-. Clarke.have as Iteir guests the former's sisters, Miss Clarke, of ClaAc of Saskatoon. Miss Ethel Way; who is iioiioaymg in Vancouver, expects to return the first of tire .Her sister, 'Miss Lucy Way, will accompany her home. Mr. Leverett Vebsr" returned to nis liiitieb the Bank of Montreal Nelson, today after, spending his holi days with his parents, Senator and Mrs. Ds Voter. Mr. C..S. Pingle1, M.L.A., .oi.Medi cine night'to, the are Mr.' P: 0. principalj ol the public school, of Maclood, is in Calvary taking the musketry coursej at the local armories. I w i Miss Vera Winter, who iias been the ;-.itst pi her sinter, Mm. J. J-tJumping Pond, returned to Cal-j vary .on Thursday. 1 he engagement is annc imccd of Miss Mjrjorn, dor Ion MA of 1 91 ayeniie, daugnter of the late, Ml end Mrs Donald M Conic n oi] Vlnjham to ttalt-r ihomp- s n Phsl) Professor of Bi ilogi in lha Lmur iti of bjs katocn The npruayj will tA he s cond week n Yugust oronto Fear) Vrthur Jone ho sp-Mit Ih p st i eek m "icrk miking! ti, for fli- pioluc ion mi lint citl ol his ne v sa Ic 1 ton 1 n Und on bi the Olj m pic fcir Henn lias, select J Miss Mar garet III nHon iho re nth crsati 1 such -a ..favorabto impression in the foi the principal rol r Poss on the same- boai included Sir Csuftnev British consul in 'i ork I adi Miss Bshnett. j Kiss Dc'Tothv Young, who left thisi Salt Lake City, was i by the 'Le-thbriuge ..Ama-j -eur Dramatic society with a beau- il troich set pi" r's Much I ret was evpressed it 1 r clopar j uie as it will be impossible to adc i qiiately replace'.her exceptional solo and .histrionic talent in the -local amateur work. Musical circles suffer distinct loss in Miss Young's ile- Jarture. .hut she Will undoubtedly ac- much in musical lines in her new home. FEEEGIFTSFOR CHEWING GUM WRAPPERS Be sure you get RED GROSS SPEARMINT; OR DR. KING'S PEPPERMINT PEPSIN GUMS Get them became they are pure and delicious, with tho. flavor of real mint. Get them because they are mtdo from pure chide the best of other materiali 30 that every stick is bound to be the best gum that be made: Get them because of the beautiful get with the wrappers FKciV Save the outer wrapper of each Sc. package and get the beautiful free gifts .....phonographs, jewelry, watches, nevcn mat. UK: uv-i Rtissa mUnenes in the Austro-Scr- upon Canadian Man Lonlhct Hie opening of the lo- cnl exchange will depend entirely on the action of the European powers end the developments on the London market; It lb polnkd out here, in connec- tion .with the sensational 'drop in C. P. R.i that the earnings for the year were which is equivalent to cc-nt. on the capital oi The local banks were consultod heforq the exchange was clo ed 5 anil it was largely their advice that this step he taien No complaints have besn', nnde so far 111 hanks have intimat-j ing developments, ed their .readiness to give all the aid necessary to tide the. market over than the 'the intrinsic merit of the enterprises. affectwl the price decline has not beeii im- paired. AT CHICAGO Chicago, July 29.-r-Thc.directors.ot the Chicago Board of Trade held a special me-at-ing this morning to dia- the a-dvisahiUty o! Closing Board l.ecause of the' situation. present, tense After reviewing the conditions the directors decided, id let the Board re- main open for the time being await- summering at Gull Lake, Alta. The Winnipeg Press club entertain ed in honor of Mrs. Eliza teth Roberts Macdonald, a Canadian writer of verses and short stories. Mrs. Macdonald is a sister of Charles G. D. and Theodore Roberts. Mrs: Macdonald has been living in but for the future will reside in Win o Miss Agnes Sheran' has returned to Edmonton- to resume hes training at the General Hospital, after spending her vacation with her parents on the reminded that .he S of church meets ;oriiorrow afternoon on parsonage .ittn large atteadance is t c Word has'been 'received from Jlajor Schcbf, be. unable to foich the cit} fdt Similar next hut will iirivc llev Mr Courtice of Kan" aJtiress the Alcn s (Hn in nstir chuicli it 4 o clrci aiternoou mbtcad of JVlajOr ScJioot Tht ttoniEn s Missionary socielj of Westminster church will ment at 8 o'clock tomorrow evcningr wheii one of the me uers will a short talk on the summei school ana a will also he rendered. ;All -are tordialh lo attend On' Monday, July 27; at St.v John's Mr and Mrs. E. Dot.erer and Miss Doterer, _for many years residents of the crisis AT TORONTO Toronto, July -29. The manage- mentr committee of ths Toronto1 time subsided to normal proportions. Stocrf .Exchange met at-noon today! According to the official (Vgures, rnd that the Exchange should the whea-t market opened i to 4gc. remain closei nil day. The, commit-1 lower than last night's close. Al- tee will giin tomorrow to without exception the opening cmc on action. figures were the highest reached, the So 'far as I know none of the it ?i i j. j Althou6H hall an-hour after trad-1 Machod, are .n Qaigary today -on in, had of spectators their way to their new home in the were still crow-ding up the stairways north, and -jamming the galleries, the tur- mo'.l in the trading pits had hy that o r Hers arc, in straits said President Freeland- today. Financial Toronto is today amazed oier the spectacular declines that have occurred since Saturday in sev- eral of the leading Canadian securi- DON'T SWAT THAT FLY arid leave.the disease germs to be 'scattered through your house. USE WILSON'S FLY PADS and kill both the flics and germs. Sold by all Druggiiti and Grocers all over Canada. subsequent .rebounds not having suffi- cient impetus to carry Quotations back to the point at Announcement that all 'firms on 'Change had safely passed the clear- ing house brought out immediate evi- 'dence; of relief. The feeling of improv- ed confidence because of. no failures having occurred was reflected by a lively advance from bottom prices. The upturn in .some cases amounted to more than a cent a bushel. AT LONDON London, July rally in con- sols late in the afternoon 'brought.! tho prize back to 71j and helped a little to cheer the1 market, At, Paris Paris, close' of the Uourse was weak and quotations were purely nominal. AT DULUTH July Duluth Board of Trade opened today in a turmoil iu which' 'took a steep and tftrupt'fall of seven cents. 'Wheat op- off cent lower and inter drop- r.cil 2 Milts nir.TC.-'Trailers in wheat await more settled conditions. Flax i wa.s the hig feature throughout the early.hours of the session.- A ranch Is to be cstabllslliod at Bod ilingtcn, north of Calgary, where Per- sian 'Lambs will bo raised. nuvney, porter at Hie Alborta hotel, Calgary, for many .years, la deud. Came Off In Scales. Itched Badly. Had to Tie Hands, Little.Watery Pimples. Cuticiira Soap and Ointment Completely Cured. 1307 Davenport Road, Toronto.' "My oczcmft flrat started when I Tvas a baby, on njy face and scalp. It seemed dry and when I scratched it, It camo off In scales. It Hciicd very badly and I was obliged to have my hands tied up so as to prevent scratcliing .my face. 1JU12 white watery pimples camn on my hands and face and I had to stay home from school fornoarly two T7ccks. 10 caused my faco and hanrta to look badly. The cczomii took a very bad form, appearing on my faeo In little watery ulcers so bad that I could hardly bear to bo touched.. My liali- betas naturally very thick 1 found to bo getting thinner and won- dered wiiai; .lould cause It to fall out. "My mother tried--------and and spent no end of money trylns to spl mo bet- ter but It did no good. At lasti friend rec- ommended Cutlcura Soap and Olntmcntand my them. AYo applied tho Cuticiira Ointment to niy faco, iicuu hands and washed with tho Cutlcura Soap and the eczema besan to disappear. Before six months had passed I was completely cured." (Signed) MlM Constance Jane, May 20, 11113. Cutlcura Soap and Ointment do so umcn for blackheads; sltlns. Itching, scab- pcalps, dandruff, dry. tliln and falling lialr, chapped hands and snapcl'aM nails, iiiat It is almoflt criminal riot to nso them. A single sot Is often HUlfldont; CUU- curu Soap anil Ciitlcura Ointment fiold by dealers cverywhero. For H lllxirai frco eamplo of onch, with M-p. book, send intt-mnl to rotter DtUf k pliw. Ows.; B> IIHUa, 0.8. 'Clubs and Societies beautiful silk cushion-top, displaying the emblems of 30 Canadian Cities, and hundreds of other things, beauti- ful and useful----all free with tho coupon-wrappers. Get "the Catalogue of handsome it your store or write to us for one. CANADIAN CHICLE CO. Limited Peterborough, Oht. Made by Canadians in' the most complete, up-to-date cleanest of its kind in Canada. a for sale by Campbell, Wilson Home, Limited Wholesale Grocers, Lethbridge II II Calsarv. July 29. When the gas pipfd out from the Monarch well eirh this, e- a 'ames hurst 10 I ct in the air, and the roar of the hurnmt could he heard for i miles around Hie drillers at the ueil allowed tie flames to continue for a'oout half'an hour, after which tilt) extinguished The has now heer. sunk to a depth ol feet, and every time -the hailer comes out of the hole it is covered with marked showings of crude libel- oil. The drill is still in th? oil-icaring sands, which arc seem- ingly becoming more and more im- with oil. As yet, however, no flow Presbyterian church, Mr.' N. B. encountered, althougl ar -Was united in marriage to Miss; Geologist Dunn expects to strike the E. Wesley, both of .Many Bcrriss, Alta. .Rev. J. W. Morrow performed Hie Hat News. Nobleford Couple Wed real bodv any moment now. 0. S. CHAPIN CHEERFUL 0. S. Chapin returned from the well Monday evening with the news that prospects were looking brighter At. the Methodist parsonage, Car- and brighter every day. In fact, so langay, on Rev. Mr. Mer-1 confident Is-Mr. Chapin that he only mangay, on July -14, Rev. Mr. ...v. riani united in marriage John St. Glair remained in liu1. city 7otterlll 30th 0 long enough, ne n mamaec on ar r -111 to Gladys .May NetHeton, Tuesday, to attend to a few urgent if Nobleforci. -business matters, leaving again in HER NEW' CHARTER MODELLED AFTER OUR LATEST AT- TEMPT Following are n number of the clauses adopted by Edmonton as a part of their new straight commis- sion form of government charter; they are very slmi'inr to those of the Leth- brldge charter, already in. force: 1. That by a two-thirds vote of the electors the charter may be amended without reference to the legislature; except hi matters affectinj franchises and the borrowing powers.of the city, itili 2. That the commission council j ed of t'licse lines shall consist of five commissioners el- j of frotting over :cted at large. i'' }'m m? 3. That, commissioners shall lie el- scted. to duties, so that there will lie th! afteniocn for Old-. Geo. Morlitt has ht-cn at the Well since Saturday, and from now on it is probable that there will be a di- rcctar at the well site continuously. ST'YND'IRD HEADY TO NEGOTI- ATE J. Ward, field geologist of the Stan- dard Oil company, visited the well en Sunday. He stated to Mr. Chap- in tint any time the Monarch Oil company felt so inclin-3il, 1hs Stand- ard company would he .willing to ent'r into negotiations with a view to attiring and holdings of the local company. However, the directors will nol consider any oiler, from the giant octopus at the present time. Gains New Complexion By Peeling Her Skin "Keep still, sad heard and pining; behind the cJolids is A.W.RBELL MR. AND MRS. A, W. R. BELL Wlio received a splendid reception from their .children and grand-child- ren on their arrival in Toronto-from Scotland to celebrate their fotieth an- nivesary. WILLIAM OF The announcement of f-Iohenzollern is ibetrotlfed cess Adelgund of Bavaria IB lateresu mg in tile light of bki wealth, couplet with, bis tioutotes over his Bohemian i EoreBt' "estate: I vie forcibly remind- when, after nwnllia elections to fill the office cf commis- sioner of finance, commissioner of public works, commissioner of utili- tlbS, commissioner of safety and health, and commissioner of parks and markets. slmll he elected for four-year terms. 5. There will no longer ho Any elec- tion for mayor, the' commissioners af- ter each annual election selecting their chairman, who. is to be called "mayor" from among their own niim- ber. 6. Anyone Is .qualified to be.a can- didate tor commissioner who is a Rrltish subject, is twenty-one years of age and can rend and write English. Commissioners at the time of their, election do not lave .to bo roaidenti foi'Ui a bright, new comp'.exion. I sot an ounce of ordinary' mercolized wax at niy druggist's and used this like cold cream every night for two weeks, washing it off mornings. Lo and. be- hold! That old skin had all peeled off! The heallby young skin under- neath gavo mo a complexion, as pure, white and soft as a young girl's. I experienced no discomfort, skin came oft so gmdnMly and .gently. Several friends have been similarly benefited. I'm sure anyone whose sldn Is soiled, tanned, withered, blotchy, pimply or freckled, can ac- quire the loveliest'complexion Imag- inable by using this remarkable treat- ___..... treatment that brought more sunshino was ona to remove wrinkles. A. batli made by dis- solving 1. cz. powdered saxolttc in Dt. witch hazel, soon erased evoiy Una It's Ortt The CJueeu Taxpayers will have until August 15 p get in on the discount on their j axes. Tliere 'seems to be some mis- inderstanding on tills score. At least he Mayor thinks so. The. resolution o this effect, was passed some weeks ago, imd was Inserted In the Herald of he same date Here's what Ins Wor ship has to say on the matte 'It Is insinuated- hy... some citizens that the the fact that the discount