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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ms PAILY HERALD Bin M DIE mm w V'i OsT.f Jt'tY sTth. 1910 "I fcare much pleasure ia testifying to the tlEXxt Biuvellous benefit I I vu .a tuQerer frod Chronic Ccntlipatlon, and the'only jueiMcine I er secured U do me cny wai cured ne else failed. Also, last spring, I had ft Kvere' atUck ot tblp along ranges [9 Bladder Trouble ccupleii with Kidney cured -these conpUiaU for pliysiciani e'.tcmUag me hid practically jjiyea me pp. 1 noiy over "eighty years of and jl can for' Chronic Coaitipatioa Bladder and Kidney Troubles'' -.V JAKES D1KGWAJ.U "Fruits-tires" li the only inediciw in'tbe- world made of fruit is'Uie jjreilest bjaddf rind ever putou market. bw, 6 ior trill lize, 150. At or postpaid oh receipt oJ Limited, Otu thine beside) will grow, tbey a car load of .-They .will be heartily welcome for1 alter' Jtho ud. ol August will .he off nuirkit altogether until' naval oreagei rrive about November 1Mb. liotelkeqpen hare lo the. act that tie (or tielr is past the luxury stage- can hardly. be bad at any' price, nd efforts are being made' to find omelhlrig" else lo Ulie "the ot ho '.-fcrolddcn" .fruit .Cantaloupes arc out of the question at 20 cents OHGAXiZINQ A itV ROUGH IN CASE OF I'MEXICAN'TROUBLE. II Pinclwr Creek to'eoa- liico other ve I a. the bintui and trull, i( tiere) iuy, are.rqlber'hlgh too. It looki Ujie the apple or the peach as a New apples are commencing .to. arrive dally, and of a very good variety. Tho Csliforcia frost last winter put the orange 'crop" out. of .-business. which would not at my price a'year ojoj ere b'el'nj: irlip- ped up at 95.50 to 11.50 a the and sold over, the. crAnte.ra at about six bits do tea. JUit-year ?3.SO to 54.00 was lie wholesale price lor the fruit. So if the Pincher i is a drug on the market Letbbrldge will relieve the OTer-sap- Ply. V crasji ?roj man's spirit and brdy, the spirit be- gotten by God 'and composed ol eltj- ments as neil as the Some good advice. given.-_b. Bishop Niu.ley. He encouraged tn ________ people-o! the church to- stay, here Smith present.' It was the and... .follow diiersiCed -farmun Julr duaiter- ly conference was held here yesterday with President ;Josfph "K.''; Smith, head of tho church, lef.'CKas. Pcnrose'and Apostle most important conference "ever held af'this Speeches- were' delireretfi by to plant smaller acreages and cult vale more thoroughly. Ho told of (h people ot Le Graiid, Orego'n, wh visiting chuich" le'adtra. Apostle .built a sugar factory, but'did -no Smith bhoVcd how is produce the'bcets to supply'it.-The for-a.Dian lo 'teach ftnp his children belore his joy, call .be: July Colquitt 'was. provided today' what piTrporls'to'be Wiahle and'i "i side rn-1 has .volunteer i lets type id. -Western purpose of .visi.t'to-the sbu'thwest i'to .'direct the selection, of hien'for fijie, "mi 1 itdrj] and that'. 'hej rwifr tn 'Mexico in''! says that I; ,i: brilthls woik v.-1. i: I s'aitctioa of niprit of war. -He will 'be placed %H w'ar plete. -President Smith followed in.anelo: quent "address in which he_ forth the teachings .of. the faints, his Latter .Dai- hearers iiing'up their families ue'n and vomrh. President -Penrpse preached a triual .sermon on" of. the factory .was moved to Idaho -I the injury ol .l He spoke of the institution th church was "establi shing in' Soil then Alberta said'h believed the temple lend sta bility to "the Mormon colonies x TlTe the.direcfipn ot Mr. Nyer' rendered .some eif-1- lent ''-THE CUPBEARER tiiVnoujh-, ti.'nlght pows grey "ull i-esry was toilsome day ow-flme to put'thy tasks away.1 these-.thiisty lin of thine holds ber cup of peerless wine, .-duught-luVs anodyne. his.'.ficramental chalice fair AU Kvinc creatures with thee beast, and small bird ot the. ilr.-' 'orixoirbw iaou shalt End, he sure, tuclTto confront, much to endure, Drink arid be thank ful; sleep secure, sleep, So'me'eventide them shall drlni deep, wake no more to toll and weep S. Falconer. Mrs'' X Hi'Caldwell, of is ith 'her mother, Mrs. E. "Fourth Ave. Mrs." A. J. Gfhm have sold-their borne on Eleventh St., to ilr, i .jlk.iWill Simpson lelt loiiay on a and vari oiis Ontario' points. J V C1 ?V Naisraiih, of Cal who has" un a visit tc SJedicine Hatrs'jSent today in th city en route; home. Miss.Annie. Sang, and her guest Tiiss Ont.', re turned on Monday-from a visit i left yesterday lo Ingram an from' a hoi day.Iat'Banff- GOING SySTEMATfCALLY. 'Edmonton, MR HBSS-H; -ati'ttfr' -al.-'Hon. 'riiaici Toronto, visiting-Mr'.-and Mrs. Sidney Jack Mr, and Mrj. J, P. Fink and aughter, Wanda, aad son, Cranbroolt, were gutsts today at! tie. Dallas Farm with Mr. and Mis.j J. Eckstorm. They left, accoai-' anted by Miss Lucile Eckstorm, en motor trip through the mountains route i 'i t I The Sliises McKay nave returned om a trip to the coast cities. Miss ia McKay is her con-j Ktton wilh Mission and. ill take ui> private nursing. Missj ane. McKay will re-open the Brown etty tea room on Friday, August st. Mrs V. Hessey, Seventh Ave., nvited in a number of friends yes- erday afterncon to rneet her guest, Miss Gleesbn, of Petrolia, Ont., Two tables ol bridge were in play, he h6nor guest and Mrs. Vf. J. Arm- j trong' winning first and second! rizes'retpeciively.' Additional dropped in atthej ea Airs. Hessey was as-j isted br Miss Minnie McKay and1 Miss Baiasstn." s A Washington despatch states': Dr. Paul professor of politi- cal ecorio'roy in the University of Wis- has been" United States.minister'to'.China, by Presi- dent Wilson, br'.'Reinseh is a writer of recojaizcd aUrtority on oriental topics and far eastern politics. He was'born ,was educated' in Berlin, Paris'add Rome and has been engaged in since 1899- Dr.'.Relnscbi'ls 'a'cousin.'of ilrsl J. L. Manwkfing', bl Sustaining That's the big essential ot all Cornflakes possesses this quality in a high' degree. Has a flavor all its bwrH-as nutritious, as heavier foods but; being more' easily digested, is far more sustaining.] Sold by all Grocers at 10a Look for this signature CORN FLAKES .CLUBS. AND Weather permitting, ,-the ice-creatn social held this evening on Mrs. JacksonV Guild of St. Marv.'s will take place. Should necessitate post- ponement, "it "will" be held tomorrow even il.'the weather should again will be held'in'tho parish" hall. V] St. Andrew's Christian Endeavor SOMETHING 10 TALK ABOUI; Cobourg, Ont., Ault, of SL Lo-1-, In a joung TV.: on Friday, ap. .Magistrate F. :i i receiving mon- ceo.- The prop hotel -alleged .1 July- V.r. tri't f ii i.! il'.: ud i, -c v J2 liv Tf- i..! r.-i id i'.; .11 i.'.liLJ R ,r -.'.if Ji..i. i Iniv I r i. ,i'-1. i -.1 Moqlaaa r-Miss nas returned ftom -a 'sSven .weeks'-'va'citioh spent with Mrs.'Ki'tkwood :1 v-'I'-'r? HaOand tier sUtr: i.f. -a to have the kBowi ieri bt Ailt." Mri.r .i iu4 Oreat-fi1' -o 'I- Ms-! StoUia forrthe siblj tie beet.tM. socul coi. his ever put'on) fifty being m tendance. A r'-rr-r- rl 1 .ft r, con- Vr '.'i :'a f iM VJTr. V- 1 sr f I Ibr.ili: m -f rer JIairs, ".whoI. spent the' coast; f or T, her rnld home'cohipletely; DorothylMairs1 a hoTfaay-Jfiplto the I Jlrb.ili i I Nfii Turkeai n I- the IT- to be present Winnipeg, July an inspection 'trip'oTet'lheLweiUrn the -bf.Hhe i il i T..WO ni attea I they, have taken s are public "health, and the .destruction of noiious.'weeds, '.appointe'4 theirjpwn ]OicerSj, apd in, some have.'. as many as nine ,to each townshiplv IOPEAKS'WELL'.'off July '-i'fact I- it i.-. i I' ;hey "I louses. .j i j-, guest.'with her daugh- leaves, tomor- .n IJdmofiton and Red .le home.'-; As-to increases of ferrymen at Port Mulgrave, wwrV twelve hou.- M l-i: n claim: f.Hi'. to'tbe -iJik-ir i'n. ones.which I'- onri-ii- ,'.''Md ,pi today Slfi'Mr "r.--; v-i' TORONfO "RECEPTION. COMMIT- PREFER- THAT HAW--' NOT I J f 30. IJe hottest weather, of. this liimnwx Jisited, Chi-; cago' top. of. the federal', 'where.- theAweith'er.ithep; a''verf good crop J ,oot: the dowa towm growing r-evideuce >J iiff f ;i eing carried oa. ilisl -r.-n.: Ir.p ,'f .--eea, but in it' nancial stringenr.. 'J; ;i n- he I re-" i 'brisk, windt and there wis.. STIBI !.v: J r deithi ud'prosiriiX wu.cmuicd 'by, -tte'-hot'.f- V; tht'L early'. hi financial ed .the- Vest was der it) and stated municipal the' would isoon ;find emnjoymeait in. harvest neld. -'i'A-r: ii MONTREAL'S HELLO sbi :i -Vteiniarll which sailed tod ay. has" ii of .r -I- _ i. i :.'l.. ki i.-i pell Oj part of'tho summer. Only_i'few. ['_ trations were' reporUd. r MA80N 1C Edmonton, A 'Miionio larft tO'.constfuctT'Btan.dJnc e.lcht vtor-v lea In hejgt't, and o( Slitt ly the majn exchange is' affected, ither branohej 4nd-ths long dlstayf! lystem betas undisturbed.. IEXGH LAND COMPXNY TWpN Calgary; 'July of MeMlllifn .and Fjirell vs. era Judge ..Sim- mons the, defendanH. TheTciM out oLirrlgated ol thii city. The brsieo" MARL AT WILLOW y 21. o.ten'fmt In debti'hii li''a, bed, In th CORFEE and BAKING 4 tail 4 ;lo Furniture x X B Cltr our pure food ;