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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday. July .11.1011. THE LETHUHIDGK DAILY HKHAUJ Page V- EDITKD BY Office Phone 1224. Phone 774, God glvcth increase through all coin> ing years, !And .let's us reap in, joy seed, thai was sown in tears.'V Norton, Mn Willies returned this afternoon from Camp Sentinel. Mrs. Harry''Bentley is entertaining at the tea hour, this afternoon. I The Missos Dohcrty, of Chicago, aru staying with Mrs. Cameron, Cut- bill St. Mr. :and Mrs. Norman 13, Peat are leaving Petrolia today and will .like-; ly arrive in Lite city on Thursday. 13. Sliarman is home after a very enjoyable .vacation at Park. ,v .Miss Crenevieve I.Vucahan leaves to- morrow to visit !or ena, Montana. month at Hel- lieen examining papers, in connection with the .department .examinations. Miss1 Hrady, Miss Levity and Miss CalUhan, who have; been visiting in Jaw, have returned to the city ami arc stopping with Mrs. Cameron, Ciitbill St. Mrs. V. E. Green, 508 Courtland St., is entertaining Miss Gertrude Atlgington. of Warren, Indiana. .Miss will remain in the city un- til .September. Mrs. R. Gordon was sufficiently re-j covered to be removed from the. Gall! Hospital to her home, on Wednesday. Mrs. Gordon is progressing, favorably and expects to be up Miss L. Ferguson, Fort! St., left on Sunday morning Calgary, she will visit before going to Mr. Murtiock, of the Merchants Bank staff, returned last night from fishing .trip up north. Helen Mnrray returned on Fri- day from A pleasant vacation spent; at Hosnier, B. 0. Mrs, Kp.lloy returned Saturday from1 (wo weeks' holiday, spent'at Medi- cino Hat. Uanfi, to spend the remainder of her A. Southard, Miss Kathleen i 7 o'clock tomorrow, Tuesday after noon, in aid of Wesley Ladies' Ai Society. .This is really, a Ac tea, and Uiu ladies hop (that many will, avail themselves thtt opportunity thus afforded, of be coming better acquainted with end other. Mrs. K mills ton and Mrs. Prince two of the patronesses of the Don Worry Club, will be the patronesses ot the dance to be held in the K. o P. hall tonight, Monday, July 31st They will wt'Icornc all the members of ihe club, and their friends, each member having the privilcgc'ot in- viting a St. Mary's Sunday school will hold .heir annual picnic at the river bot- tom, just north of the railway idge, on Saturday afternoon, Aug- ust. 5th. Parents and others who are kindly donating refreshments, arc asked to leave them on the church porch on Saturday irjOrning. There will be a short service at the church at 12.30, after which ihc children will be driven to the river bottom. All the members of the pnrisli arc invited lo join children on Satur- day and help make the affair just as enjoyable as possible. THE MARVELLOUS POWM OF FRUIT "FRUir-A-TIVES'MSTHEOHLY REMEDY MADE OF FRUIT Fruit ii future's physician. Prutt juicti increase the action of liver, kidneys ami form the- greatest known blood purifier. J'hysi- ciani know, however, that it is impossible lo use fresh fruit in practice. "FruU-a-tives" is made of the juices of oranges, find which contain ill the medicinal or healing properties of ill fruits, "1'ruit-a-tives" acts just like the fresh fruit and mildly. "Irruil-a-tives" is a true stomach certain cure for Constipation and heat Kidney Regu- lator and Blood Purifying Medicine. joe. a bor, 6 for trial size, 250. At dealers or. from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. .POLICE COURT Three Slavs who got badly elevated i Saturday afternoon started in" to fx things iip, and made such a good 'b of it that a doctor had to-be call- Calgary News Telegram: At the Cathedral of the Redeemer, Calgarv on tlio 2Sfh of July, by the very Rev Southard. Miss Jones find Mrs. South- maid, arc expected hoims' from where they have been suimncr- for some lime, tomorrow night. IJean Paget, Dean of Calgary, Leonan C. Stevens, of Hurmis, Alia., elder Bon or J. H. Stevens, Burton-on-Trcnt England, to Rofletta Thompson, sec- The W. M. S.'.'bf' Westminster church, will meet with Mrs. .1. H. Grey, NT.) on Thursday afternoon, at three The Relief Society held ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs, .Thomp- son, Graf ton, England. The bride ar- rived In Calgiiry from 'England'on Tuesday, accompanied .'by the father jof thet bridegroom, who was present special jat the ceremony. Mr. Stevens is the meeting this afternoon at the Nurs-1 popular young manager of tbe Daven- ing Mission. The meeting'was called j port Milling Co., Burmls, Alta., and to arrange matters with, regard to tbc booth which tbe society intends having ;it tbe fair. The executive-of-the Epworth Lea- gue, of Wcstii'.inslcr church, will hold very special meeting at Ilie'church on Tuesday evening, at eight o'clock. H is very important that every mcm- Miss Vrpoman aiid-her Miss j her sbotild he on hand. "-from a''short visit at High River, where they were guests at the Polo Club' dance. The hostesses at the Wesley Ladies' Aid meeting on- Wednesday will be .Mcsdames Jordon, Kaake ami Mitch- Miss Giddings -returned on Satur-'ell. As much business of importance Hay from a delightful visit with her will be discussed, a full attendance is sister, Mrs. D.-Thomas, of Cardan- J requested. gay. v s Mrs. F. H. Robertson, Fifth Are., church Ladius': 'Aid is entertaining Diclcson, of Gait will inect'at- the church'this evening, j.Ont. Miss ID ckson lias enjoyed an whefl every member is'urged'to trip through California present. _ {.the coast cities and will remain, ii Lethbridge for about Ihrec weeks Miss Simm sang the solo, "Come Into Me at the ing -service at Knox church yester- Miss Simm leaves on Thursdav for incomer wheir she will it luo months Ihe ebon ol jCliuich ire humg i picnic as i file Mr. Wilfrid Jackson, .-who-has courtesy Simm. Loin or- the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .J. F. C. '.Jackson for the past ten days, -re- turned lo Swift Current this morn- Miss Margaret Bennett, 323 Ash- nicad street retutned on Siturda> from Edmonton w here she has Are Your Working Properly? ft Will PiT Yo. Well to S.n There s been a lot of guessing about rbeumatinn nod rheumatic pains gener but you on b- dead jure that little pain aciost your back came from ie- creaxd kldmy action The kidnev's duty, u to filter the blood out the mipuntKs collected by the reluming blood do it just like absorbent cottoe in a funnel the impurities from polluted water When the kxtneys six not working von bound (or one of two betes ind Bnght's Disease or Rheums turn, Lumbago ud ScutM The for mtr course is usually but you need not have either ta they both can be tauly pre- vented The very best prescription for ill kU ney troubles is Nyal's Stone Root Com jwund It no pitent rtiedicm, lut a scientific prescription composed of Store-root, Buchu Jumper ami othn remedies of proved More than that, it has been proved by thousand: who have had relief from its use. There s nothing quite so miserable u the dragging results of sie'k kidneys. .You are trifling with your own future when you neglect so simple a precaution a pleasant home treatment with N'yil's Btone Root Compound when results in lo certain. It soothes, bladder irritation, gives Tou. rest and comfort at night, and makes life once more enjoyable. The kidneys, liver und bladder are til dependent upon one mother, snd Btone Root Compound is psrticulirly to belp them row evening, at- -the river bottom. The Misses Lockhart, .who 'have been usilou with their aunt Mrs JUllis Westminster Road lor the past week, en route from Los Ange- les, leave tomorrow for their: home in Detroit, Mr Cascaden mil gne a paper on 'Christian Citizenship at the Ep worth league meeting at Weslei church this eiening An excellent mu sical program has also been arrang- Ihe Chnsti in Fndeavor Sociptj of St s church, intend having a picnic tomoirov, uening just back of Piik mcmbeii arc asked to meet- afc. at. seven o'clock. in to repair tbe damage before th> [ilttle jaunt was finally concluded. ,Jo Uores; Adam Golitko and Frank Rob were tbe contending parties and '.he certainly "kept things moving wliil the trouble lasted. It was just drunken row which nobody seems knowt much about. They were al standing at the bar drinking when things began to happen. Golitko, whi has u reputation as long as his am rough and tumble scrapper, be gan to mix things, and Bores was th' fictini. During the course of the fra> picked up an empty schooner and plied .It with such true aim that t broke with a resounding smash al over Bores' face. Bores went down 'or1 the count, and. then Scrgt. .Brown ippeared on the scene. By the aid of a. couple, of passers-by he managed to ake the three disturbers in tow and anded them in the cells where Bores' ace, which was terribly was Jatrthed up. All appeared Mag- itrate Ball this "morning. Korea and Hobo were found guilty of fighting and. otherwise eroding a disturbance and were fined lib. and and costs respectively. Golitko, who has serv- -two 'terme in the barracks here the last couple of years, was At the prese'nt time there are 150 given his pre- or more automobile owners in tria> tomorrow morning. bridge, and during the summer-sever- the ,of al surecslions have been made Hhat bege nf license, ,ud -1, WaB remanded ti tomorrow. ,n omob.1. Club be formed. Other A of cities have their automobile organ- tne fjne am] a imions, and they, have been found! Three milk dealers were present on to be an excellent medium through the charge of selling milk without a which to carry on an agitation for license. Job Reid pleaded guilty ord owing to pressure of business, return- ed on Thursday morning to durniis where the happy couple will Before returning to England via New York Mr. Stevens, Sr., will make a tour of the west with a view to in- vestment. TO FORM AN AUTO CLUB roads. Cunningham and others, have taken the nfatter .up" in th pasi couple of weeks and have decided to call a for Thursday'.evening in St. Augustin's bail for the purpose ot forrcing an Automobile flub iiounccinnnts will be made before the date of the meeting. Sold (nd guaranteed by ALiEBTA DRUG t BOOK CO. J. D. HIOINBOTHAM CO. JACK1ON COPE W, fc J. ALtXANDCM Mr. and Mrs. ..Wall wort left Saturdai afternoon for Winnipeg to be gone, about two. weeks: While -in Winnipeg, thcy will attend the 'union (he Brotherhood of I oco motile Fngmccrs and the L idles Auxiharj lo the B of I b Instead of 'the regular prayer meet ing of Uiilniinsltr cluiroh on ttrtl ncsday night, there will 'be a joint meeting of tlip .F.p'vrorth'.jtcagiic and the prayer meeting: Wcstcott, BOURASSA NOT GOING TO RUN Montreal, July Bouniia announces today tbat despjte pefsist ent rumors to the contrarj he not be a candidate.In the coming dec eions. He states that'Mi Monk at Itndc on reciprocity and the nav '111 are satisfactory to him and lie ias accepted him as hifi leaden" "ill for the success of Mr Monk and the thlid partj both on the pint form and through the pages of. hit newspapers. was let off with the_costs of the cou and ordered to pay hia fine. and Chambers were remanded liil to- morrow mornin HAIL RUINED A LOT OF CROP Bad Storm Strikes Country South gf the Chin Station This is the most anxious season of he year for the fanner. After seeing a bumper crop almost within his grasp It Is liable at any time to be j hailed out, causing him hundreds c dollars loss within a week of the ha: vest. This was the case on Saturda afternoon with the farmers in th Uhln district, and as a result it ha been estimated that there will bo, very heavy tlnauclal loss. Xo deflnit reports can be obtained as to th spread of the hall storm which visltei the district, but; it is known to bd out was '.Mr. Ullihrldge, who had ilght hundred acres of fine winter vheat. He had just made about three hounds in the field 'with the binder vhen the storm came and took the 'hole crop. Other farmers, lost be- i iveen 100 and SOO acres. The cro Dougherty, the expert American Coraetiere, will demonstrate the tuperior 'fitting of the celebrated W. B. CORSETS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (next week) X at our ttore. The ladies of the city and i vicinity are invited to thii demonitration The SIMPSON CO. Limited PRISONER STILL FREE Prince'Albert, July caped prisoner I'rom the peni'e itiaiy, lias not been caught yet. An BOUS i-epor.t .as to his capture reacJ the offices Siturdij "The Mounted Police are slill looking for him. -CROP. SIGNS GOOD TEACHER TO STUDY LAW 'H. P. May, of the High returned on Saturday from Edmonton where he has 'been engaged- for'life past month In papers of .the departmental examinations. The tha hnve charge, there will be I results will he announced this week, and. is .May.'has severed his connection a full iittcndanci ;The engagement'is FTancIs Elizabeth daughter'of the lato Robert "J-' Tinning and Mrs. STinning of Regina, to Stan- cy Lorlmer Emerson, son Bf R. B. imerson and .Mrs. Emerson, St.'john, New Brunswick. The marriage takes' Place early In September. Mr. >nd Mrs. Norman, Young, High River, Mr. arid Mrs. A. IX vine, of ptareler, anil Miss Rohcrl- on, of motored fronf Stave- ey on Saturday evening and return- ed morning. While in the city, they were, guests.; Jlftj. ,T. Kaliterij1. Mrs. Austin, Uth s., will a liosU'M at the' teV until with the staff of the schools, :f and leaves Lethbridge Fridays-tor Hdmonton where'he will study la'W'.'I'n the 'i'trm; 'of ft. Mitford of Dow Island was in the cit) today ind icpoits that the crops are in trie best possible condition I his is (he fiibt nop for manj farm ere south of the town and thev are greatly pleased with', conditions On July 26, to .Mr. and Mrs. Thos. If. Davidson, G30 Eleventh south, a daughter. ounds in the field with the bind ear, as at'no time in the season wi here any lack of rain. It is thong! lat the hail belt extended south ea Ho the homestead district along Ch Olllee, and many of the homesteade: lost their first crop. Travellers from Taber state tha any of the farmers from the affec 1 district, came into that town ,ye erday reporting total losses of the They further state that th ill was so; large that every windo in their houses was .broken. The potato crop suffered also, th stalks being cut off clean .to th ground so that there will be ar most total loss of this crop. PRESIDENT IS NOT A COWARD Mode. APPOINTED AGENTS F. C. Mock Co. have recently been appointed local representatives the International 'Securities Co., Ltd., of Winnipeg, who handle exclus- ively snh-divisions along the line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway such ns ScoM. Iliggar, Melville, Wain- Watrous, and Tofield, as well as the new nub-division in the south- easterly portion of Ihi.s city, known' as (inmd View, soon to he placed .on ihu local marki't. .COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA h food for Growing- Girb and Boyi-and they like it. It Douriihc] llirir little bodies ind makei them heahhy and strong. Cowan's Cocoa, u 700 pour, ti abiolntely In oUiciaw ftrot if obtained by ihc UH of the hiahnt frxie of Coco. ililfiilly NrtlWf it added to impiir lix kjih- Do You Uw Cocoa 7 Port An Prince, Ilayti, July 31.- >Some excilemcnt was caused here lq day hy an unfounded report of th< embarkation of President Simon, wh< Ihe contrary, has- decided to re the, revolutionists to the last The government has organized the de- of the capital. The public con- Linues alarmed and awaits with im- patience the announced -joining ships of war representing .diltcrci [ins. The position of the rcvolti- tionists remains unchanged, theit forces being heltl chiefly to the uortli of the city. Yesterday the President appeared in the streets for the pur- pose of calming and reassuring the populace. FARNHAMHAD VERY BAD FIRE Faniham.'Que., July which originated In a warehouse in the rea of the fire station here about half-pas ten o'clock last night soon spread li the high wind prevailing and unt! four o'clock this morning when It was placed under control, it had destroyed the entire business centre of the town causing a loss of fully The Montreal and St. Johns brigades ,vere asked for assistance and both respond- ed on special trains. Among the business places burned are: Barber shop, Kears and Brnvn, jewellers, watchmaker; P. A. Ga'i- peus. general store; Farnliam Hotel; Gr.-.nd Central Hotel; Wonderland: I. A, Deltell's dry goods store; Wi'son Hros. shoe store: A. 'Qucelette's rrEl- rcnce. There is considerable Hessian fly in he wheat of Waterloo county says V. V. l.ongiey, a government who has lu'en examinini; il, '0 CELEBRATE LABOR DAY _AT_TABER Labor bay this year .will be cole- rated in Tabor, and a big program of sports and speeches has been plan ned. Lethbridgo labor unions will join with Taiber to make the day a success. The matter came up at a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council on Saturday night, and It wns unanimously decided to make arrange menu, special train to''lake the Lethbridge contingent to the.thriving eastern burg for the day. Labor Da, has always been celebrated in Leth- bridge previous to this year, but the local unions decided-that-they would be helping the cause of unionism -by celebrating this year in Taber. The international organizer of the Jricklayor's Union was' present at the neetlng and gave an interesting and nstructive address on unionism and 'ver the union cause. MAY RUN A FARMERS' CANDIDATE Winnipeg, July his been issued of the meeting of the independ- ent electors of the constituency of< McDonald to be held In Victoria Hull: t Carman, Friday, August 11 The purpose of the meeting is .to deter-: mine the stand of farmers and Inde: pendents In regard to reciprocity and the coming elections. It Is rumored that an independent candidate will- placed In the field. Reduced Rates to Boulder Springs, Mont. The Great Northern Railway has placed on -sale from all stations in Montana a round-trip ticket to.Bould' er Springs, at a rate of One and One-. Lhird fares, for the round trip The tickets are on Bale daily, and nave a limit of Thirty (30) days Tho Mineral waters of this well' mown Resort will .cure j our Rheumm- ism, Stomach and Liver Skin and Blood diseases. The New Hotel is one of the, most' the' State. First-class tc- comnrcdations at reasonable rmtes. Ask the Great Northern Agent or rite .1. E. Manager, Boul- der Springs, for full particulars Exceptionally Good Values In Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Skirts For Between Season's Wear For between season's wear there is no article of mflndCa wardrobe so essential as a skirt that combines smart style and durability. Just are showing an extremely of Skirts in alien serviceable material" as Serges, Panamas .nul Tweeds, in black and every wanted color. Mate-rials are all of that dependable quality for which these stores are noted; styles are reproductions of this season's latest models, while workmanship is of the highest attainable standard of merit. All specially priced Ofl at from lip Let us show them to you Hudson's Bay Stores ;