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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tbe Pally Friday, July OWAN PERFECTION If cocoa your favorite beveragfj by all means enjoy it M made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The acme of purity, richness and flavor. THE COWAN CO. LlMl 135 CONSIDERING NEW MINING ACT (Continued from {root Workers Suggeat As nearly aH the requests for changes made by the workers were ,.along lines which do not conflict witk matters .which concern "only the oper- ators and workers, there is no reason whv most" of them should, not pass operation: ,Thc toll exacted upon human life engaged in coal min- ing in this" country, has been, entirely too excessive to be allowed to con- .without an earnest effort to reduce'it to .the lowest possible point. and new; act promises to make a long--stride" in tha-t direction. The British Columbia government has made a new record in adopting this .method 'ber of ladies-in-waiting on the Queen and the equarries in attendance on His Majesty is reduced usually "by one-half. The non-resident members of the household, except on special occasions, such as when some foreign Royal guest is -being entertained :by Their Majesties, do not as" a rule at- tend at Court on Sunday. Divine service is held at a.m. in the private chapel, which the King and Queen always attend. The chapel is not open to the public, but mem- bers of the household- are allowed to "bring their friends ta services on certain, occasions. A very "strict rule is that the whole congregation must be in their seats fire -minutes before the service1.'begins, and this; regula- tion is scrupulously observed.- by -Their Majesties themselves. After the Service the iioyai. .party, frequently 'includes the Prince, and Princess of-Wales aad their chil- dren if 'they are in London, takes a walk in the Palace grounds before luncheon, 'after which :the Queen gen- erally "goes to 'Marlborough House, where she constantly' dines on. Sun- days. Both the King, and dislike anything 'being done, on; Sunday that entails, extra on the servants of .the establishment at "wlhich they, may be; guests, says