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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MiHiflay. July 31. Iftll. THE LETHBIUDGR DAILY HEKALD EDITED BY "INO" Office Phone 1224. Reildenee Phone 774. ffnii Rivrtli incipn.v through all co\rf- iiiR years, Aiul lot's lis reap in jny scrd, that was sown in trars. -Mrs. Norton.    Mr. Willies roturncrl this afternoon from Camp Scnlincl.   � Mrs Harry Hpiitlcy is ontrrlaininK at ilii' tea hour this afliTiinnii.    The Misses Uoherty, of Chicapo, ere stnyiMR with Mrs. Caineron, Cut-bill .St.  �  Mr. and Mrs. Norinan B Peal are loavini! Petrolia today and will likely arrive in the cit\ on Thursday   * iV'.is.s B. .Shariiian is lunne after pi'iidinp a very eiijoyalile vacation at Tellowslonc Tark.  *  .Miss Genevieve I'l'ncnlinn leaves tomorrow to visit for a month at Helen j. Montana. Mr. Murdock, of the Merchants Bank staff, returned last night from a fishing trip up north.    Miss Helen y.'irray returned on Friday from a pleasant vacation spent �t Uosmcr, B. C.  J  Mrs Kello> returned .Saturday fronv a tv.-o weeks' holiday, spent at Merii-clno Hat.    the W. M. .S , of Wcsttv.inster church, will meet with Mrs .1. 11. Orev, Fourth'.Vve., N . on Thursday �flernoon at three o'clock.  ain across your back came trom decreased kidney action. The kidney's duty is to filter flie blood -take out the inipurities collected by the returning blood stream-do it just like absorbent cotton in a funnel filters the inipuritiei from polluted water. When the kidneys are not working you �re bound for one of two courses-Diabetes and Bright's Disease or Rheumatism, Lumbago and Sciatica. The former course is usually fatal, and the latter always painful, but you need not have either, as they both.can be easily prevented. The very best prescription for all kidney troubles is Nyal's Stone Root Coni-oouud. It is no "patent" medicine, k'Ut a scientiHc prescription' com|X)sed of S.ier and Chambers were remanded Mil tomorrow morning. BOURASSA NOT GOING TO RUN Montreal, .luly 31.->Ienri Bonraasa announces today that despite peraisl-ent rumors to the contrary he will not he a candidate in the cominK olec-elons. He states that Mr. Monk'a attitude on reciprocity and the naval bill are satisfactory to him and he baa accepted him as his leader nrfd will flgh^ for the siiccess of Mr. .Monk and tho third party both on the platform and through the pages of his newspapers. PRISONER .STILL FREE HAIL RUINED A LOT OF CROP Bad Storm Strikes Country South of the Chin Station This Is the most anxious season of jthe year for the farmer. After seeing a bumper crop almost wllhln his grasp it is liable at any time to be hailed out. causing him hundreds of dollars loss wllhln a week of the harvest. This was the case on Saturday afternoon with the farmers in the Chin district, and as a result it has been estimated that there will be a very hciwy Unnnelal loss. No definite reports can be obtained as to the spread of the hall storm which visited the district, but It Is known to be more than four miles wide and some state that it travelled a distance of forty miles along the coulee, known as Chin Coulee. Passengers who came lin on the afternoon local from Medi-ii.ine Hat say that the storm gathered !near Cualdale as Ihey were coming tliroiigh that place, and broke about tMroo o'clock. It travelled in a southeasterly directiono laying waste the whole Chin district. The heaviest losers are tho Alberta Securities Co., whose loss will reach close lo �inO,000. Practically their whole crop was destroyed, and they had between three and four thousand acres of the finest grain in tho eoiin-Iry. .Mr. Daniel stated this morning that ho thought they would be able lo save a.bout twenty-five per cent, of the total crop, mostly winter wheal and oats. Their winter wheat was almost ready for the binder when tho storm came and cut it down. They bad Intended lo start ciitting it today. Another man who was badly threshed out w>s Jlr, Llllibrldge, who tiad I eight hundred acres of fine winter wheat. He had just made about three hounds in the field with the binder when the storm came and took the whole crop. Other farmers lost between 100 and 800 acres. The crops rounds in the field with the binder year, as at no time in the season w"as there any lack of rain. It is tho\ight that the hall belt extended south easf Into the homestead district alone: Chin Coulee, and many of Ihe homesteaders will lost their first crop. Travellers from Taher slate that many of the farmers from the affected district came into that town yesterday reporting total losses of their crops. They further state that tho hail was ao large that every window In their houses was broken. The potato crop sufi'ered also, the stalks being cut off clean to the ground so that Ihere will be an almost total loss of this crop. ------------' i I Miss Dougherty, the expert American Corsetiere, will demonttrate the superior 'fitting qualities of the celebrated W. B. CORSETS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (next week) at our store. The ladies of the city and vicinity are invited to this demonstration The SIMPSON CO. Limited TO CELEBRATE LABOR DAY AT TABER �Prince Albert. ,Tuly .11.-Alurray, i.>s-caped prisoner inin the penie itlary, lias not heen eaiit;ht yet. An e:ion-eoua report as to his cnplure reachj.l the newspaper oftlees Saturd.iy you get it irom youi grocer, ia absolutely j^ure, hi delicioui Btvot i< obtiincd by llie um oi the highett grade of Cocui hftni, ikiliully blended. Nelliing il added to impsir the beallk-building piopertiei of the Coco&. 17� Do You Use Cowan's Cocoa? Port An Prince, Ilayti. -luly 31--.Some excilemciit was caused here lo-dav by an unfounded report of the embarkation of President Simon, who on the contrary, has decided to resist the revidiitionisls to the last The government has organized the defense of the canilal. The i)ublic continues alaimed and awaits �itli im-palience the announced ;.-oming of ships of war representing , dilTerent jnalions The position of the revolu-I lionists remains imcliaiiged, their ; forces being held chiefly to the north I of the city Yesterday the I'resideiil apiieared in the streets for the piir-IHiM' of calmins and reassuring the |(f)nilaee. Winnipeg, .luly SL-Notice has been issued of the meeting of the independent electors of the constltueney of McDonald lo be held in Victoria Hall at Carman, Friday, August 11. The purpose of the meeting Is to determine the stand of farmers and independents In regard to reciprocity and the coming elections. It Is rumored that an Independent candidate will b� placed in the field. Bcduccd Rates to Boulder Spriiij�s, Mont. The Great Northern Railway has placed on sale from all stations In .Montana a round-trip ticket to Boulder Springs, at a rate of One and One-third faros, for the round trip. The tickets are on s-ile dally and have a return limit of Thirty (30) days. Tho Mineral waters of this well known ftesorl will euro your Rheumatism, Stomach and Liver Troubles, .\ervouBnos8, Skin and IMood diseases. The New Hotel Is one of the most modern in tho State. First-class accommodations at reasonable rates. Ask the Great Northern Agent or write .1. E, McCormIck, Manager, Boulder Springs, for full particulars. FARNHAM HAD VERY BAD FIRE Farnham, Que, July :u.-Fire which originated In a warohoiiso in ilio roar of ihe fire station here nhout hall'-pasl ten o'clnck last night soon spread In the high wind prevailing and until four o'clock this morning when II was placed under control, it had doHtroyed tho ontira baalness conire of Hie lown caiiBin,i; n loss of fully Sl'fi.OOO. Tho Montreal and St. .lohns brigailos .vere asked for assistiince niul lioib rosp.ind-] ed on special trains, j Among the business places burned I aro: Barber shop. Hears and Hriwn, , Jewellers, watchmaker; P, A, Oa'i-pens, general store; ^"arnham .Hotel; i;raiul Central lloiol; Wonderland; .1. A. Doitell's dry goods store; Wl'son Bros, shoe store; A, Queeletto's reel-ronee. i There is coiisidprahle Hessian (ly in the wheal of Waterloo county says |\V 1 . I.imgley, a government expert, who lui.s been e\aminiiiii it, Exceptionally Good Values In Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Skirts For Between Season's Wear For between season's wear there Is no article of milndl'8 wardrobe so psseniial as a skirt thai combines snwrt style and durnbillly, .lust now wo are showing an extremely largo,xrnnge ot Ladies' Tailored Skirts In such serviceable material as Serges, Panamas and Twoods, In black nnd every wanted color, .Mntorlnls are all of that dependable quality for which these stores aro noted; styles are reproductiona of this season's latest models, while workmanship Is of the highest altninnble atandard of merit. All specially priced f\f\ at from - - $O.UU Up Let us sho'iv them to you Hudson's Bay Stores ;