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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; JUNE TIIE LETHimiDGE DAILY HS3ULD. PARK RT.RVF.N PERSONAL 9 Mrs. Cs C. will oot receive tomorrow'. 1 Mrs. J. II. Wallace and W. V. I'oapst have returned to tho city froia Kansas'City, Mo. Mrs. H. H. JohrjEen and daughter left yesterday afternoon on au '.ended visit to England. Mr. D. B. Hoyt Is speadina a tew days in Ca'gary. C Mr. aud D, A. Simpsou return >tl this morning from-Eduionton whore '.hoy have beeu the guests of their sou, William. Mr. R. Heap, of Coalturrf, is a vis 11 or.In the city. i MH. Milton Ward, of Grenada. CaL jreturns to her home tomorrow after 'attending somo months ttlth her Sire. A. X. Cunniofr, of Coalburst. Friends will regret to learn of y the Uwrd at its Edmonton hear- ng.set down for June 21. Passes Over Tulsa Only Fev Hundred Yards Above the Earth. GERMAN FISHING ROD. FILLED WITH EXPLOSIVES INJURED A CANADIAN SYDNEY. N.S, June 8 When Charlie McKinnon of tho Nova Scotia Highlanders came home from France, ho brought with him d souvenir, a fishing rod which he found In a Ger- man dugout. He bis never used it aud it his been lylns about tho house ever since. Yesterday a Uyear-old boy, Melville Brennan, borrowed 11 off McKinnon to go fishing When Drennan -attempted to put it together the rod explod- ed, cutting his face and inflict- Ing other Injuries as a result of which, he lies In a serious condition at Glace Bay General Hospital. Examination after the accident showed that a por- tlon of rod was filled with high explosives. .j tf tfi) tf.-f .-f The Store of Quality Groceries OK-MULGEB; owa, June gista iisTjre'tipectecl to eiaminfj today. which fell and burned iiself-.ouf jiear.hero. last night after lighting the sky over several soutli- d'ftn states. TUundrecls 6f. persons Missouri, Kansas and Oklahoma ratchcd the'meteor's flight. reported that wheii it passed over that city, tlie meteor ap- leareu to be within a few hundred I'ards of the' earth and its lower and "portion was of a greenish Jilue color'followed by a long wedge- shaped; tall. C. Smith, an aslronornio author- ity at lluskdgee, said lie believed tho meteor was thrown off from a des- troyed planet between Jupiter and Mars, as it appeared to travel from west to eaal. BANF1ELD SAYS TAX ON LUXURY IS THING OF LAWYERS AND MFGRS. MOOSE JAW, Juno The seventh annual convention .of tho Saskatch ewan Retail Merhants' Association opened here this morning with approi matelj- 300 present. Tho Dominion president, J. A. Uanfield, save a 19- minulo talk to tho delesates on great- er co-operation in which ho declared there was a. radical need for some action on the part of tho retailers la regard .to the budget proposals. "I believe there Is still some chance for changes in the lawyers and manu-! f.iclurers' budget, for, it IB nothing said Mr: ISanfiald. "When Sir Henry Drayton comes forth with his statement, '1 want the people to feel it is a luiury that is simply cam- ouflage. They want the money. When wo are sick, do not ask a hard- Bisto, the gravy maker, large size packets, each 45c Lea Perrln's Worcestershire Sauce, large size bot- ties, Blended Jam, 4 Ib. tins, each........---------95c s Toro Washing Tablets, 5 for Royal Crown Soap, 5 bars to packet, each-----40c Soap Chips, per Ib.......................25c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Rhubarb, Lettuce, Radishes, Bananas, Oranges, Asparagus, Fresh Strawberries Expected Tomorrow. 1 PHONES 313 and 1513-THE FIRM FpR SERVICE Sran fflBtnmmiimiiniijaniiiii i animimimniHuiii ware man or a grocer to prescribe for READY FOR YACHT TRIALS OTTAWA. .Tune Dlackburn mica mined'in North Templetqn town ship, in the Gatineau Valley, owned by Bussell Dlackburn, Ottawa, was the sceno of a fatality on Monday night, when two employees, Arthur and Armand Dpulllainc, half- brothers, residents of Perkln's lost through being gassed by powder NEWPORT, R. 1, Juno skies, smooth seas; and tho lightest of northerly winds greeted the Iteso- lutb and Vanitie as tliey prepared to- day for the fourth of the elimination races off this port. The regatta com- mittee triangular race today, which'beforo'the start looked likts. two reaches.a heat to tbe! finish same as on Jlohday. I appreciation of her good work) ami fumes. The two men wero employed instruction in connection with the ac- ------------J tivilles of tho club. The tea. given yesterday at the home of Mrs. J. G. Robertson was one ivell patronized and charmingly carried out. Mrs.-Jaeiibn who was convenor is to bo'-hoarttiy congratulated- on the rafigementB as eTerrthini: wis excel- lently organized. At the tea tahle Mrs. Hayr and Mrs. Martin presided. Mem- bers of tho Girl Guides assisted in ervlng. samo principle should apply in a caso to draft legislation which is cssontial- OTTAWA, June (By Canadian On the joint application of the municipality and civic employees of the city of Moose Jaw, Sask., the minister of labor has established a hoard of concillaUon to Seal with the dispute between these two, parties. 0. the minister will choose someone to act In this capacity. Tho establishment of this board Is of more than ordinary interest, be- cause the city of Moose Jaw by reso- lution at first refused to consent to its being" appointed. Later, however, it rescinded its decision and Joined with the employees In the application. Shantung hats, generally in color, are a spring innovation. Surely tho D: Mackto, of Moose- Jaw, will repre- sent the municipality, and It, A. Chad- wict, the employees. They will con- fer as to choice of a chairman, and failing an agreement between them, PILES Dr Ointment wUI relieve you ouca and afford toiling SK. boi: all dealers, or Edmuison, .Bates Co., Llmlteo, Toronto Sample Box tree If you mention (bli paper aod enelosa 2c- Mamp to pay jKHtaac. Do not laflet another day vitb UchiDf.Bleeil- Ing. or Vrotrud- lull-lies. No surgical orer. a-llon required. NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook Stoves as drillers and blasters." Jf is believed, in view of the fact that sis of the'drlll holes were found to have not been blown, tho two, after setting olf a number ot blasts, went hack1 to the pit'to fire tho others before the gas had been given suffic- ient time to escape, with tho result that they asphyxiated. XaMiv's; intended women to ho strong, healthy ami hippy as the day is long, instead of being sick and wretched. Uut how can nny woman he healthy and happy when the rvholo nervous system Is unslmng. Tho tronbI6 is they pay more attention to their social and household duties than they do to their health. Is It any wonder then that they become Irritablo and nerv- ous, havo hot tlnshes. faint and dlziy spells, smothering and sinking spoils, become weak and nervous, and every; thing in-lite becomes rlark and gloojiy Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pille arc tho very remedy that ncrvousvlired out, -weary women need to restoro them to Die blessings of good health Mm. P. if. Ryan, Sand Point, N. S. havo hecn n great suffer cr from nerve troubles. 1 was BO weak and nervous I could not sleep at night mid my appotilo was very poor, could not walk across the floor with out trembling. 1 hud hot flushes and fainting- spells. I was on my second' box of Milburn's Heart and Nervo' Pills 1 began to feol better and kopt on until I had nsed six boxes when I lelt like a different per- lion. I am never without them in the houao and recommend them to all who suffer with their nerves." Price 50c a box at all dealers or mnilcd direct on receipt of price by Tlie T. Milburn Co., f.iinlled; Toronto, HAS HOUSE SHORTAGE RIO DB JANEIRO, May (By Mall.) Tho municipal authorities have offered unusually favorable con- CHURCHES AND'SOCIETIES At tho meeting of the local com- mittee! of the Girl Guides held last night It was decided to'hold a series of lawn parties, the first to take place cxt Tuesday evening at 'the home of Mrs. W. D. 13th St. and 7th Avenue, 'devoted to the funds of the cSmjv A general meeting of the Women's Civic Club will be held tomorrow Even- ing In their club room, post office building, at eight o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Tho W.M.8. of Knoi church hold its monthly meeting in the school room of the church on oven- Ing at eight o'clock. Mrs. eecrc- ary for the Homo Helpers, reported a Membership; of a< and a collection of 8.25 for tho quarter. Mra, Robert Scott reported that a balo of supplies had been sent to the different mis- sion fields. Mra. McCluro i and :Mrs. Jlias. MoKillop both gave a very full ml Interesting account of the meeting of the Doraintbn Conference cessions to builders in an effort to overcome the shortage of dwellings which is called the. most serious the city ever has faced. One construe tioii company has offered to build thousands ot wooden bouses of a type heretofore unknown hero. "Look Before You Buy" Every Genuine Packet bears the Registered Herds The Reason Others are only imitations, not "Saiada" Quality. MOTHER! "California Syrup of Figs" Cliild's Best Laxative recently held (u Calgary. 'At a recent mealing of tho .newly organized provincial chapter, I. 0. D. K., In Alberta, the following addition- al councillors were elected: Mrs. Am- brose, Pincher Creek; Sirs. Pickup, srdslon; Mra. Christie, Grande Pral- ric; Mra. GrasEo, Innlsfall, and Wrs. Lawson, Nanton. A pleasing feature of tho meeting.was the presentation of flowers to Mrrf! John A. Stewart, lional orgfinlxing Kccretary, in recogni- tion her ejcellcnt work In connec- tion i.ith tho Inauguration of the Al- berta chapter. Every flake in every package must be good enough for your children So eat. That is what is guaranteed by my signature on every "Wax- tite" package of Keilogg'sToasted Corn Long Blue Chimney which suppliescheapj instant, speedy, clean cooking heat whenever needed. It has won for the New Perfection Oil Cook Stove the appreciation of hundreds of thousands of housewives. With the Long Blue New Perfection Chimney; every drop of fuel goes into cooking into overheating, the kitchen. The flame is applied directly under the utensUt.. There is no smote or odors and and- pans are, not blackened. High, medium or Jow, the flame is always visible. It can be -adjuMedto give .the 'beat desired and stays set. A New Perfection Oil CboJ: Stove ancnVarraing Cabinet form the besfcombinaticin for year round cooking. Thefttw Ptrjccllon gives you in k ilcken end more lime out of it. Sold by good dealers everywhere.' Aik for demonstration el the Long Blue Chimney or write for New Perfection BooiM. Mfdt in Csntdt ovt COMPANY fti HOUE OFFICK AND PACTpaV i SARNIA ONTARIO Accept "California" Syrup ol Figs for tlio name California on the rjackaeo. then you arc sura your nhlltl Is having tho beat and most Imrrnltss physic for the little stomncx Jlvcr and bowols. Children lovo its fruity taste.'Full directions on each bottle, You must say 60LF CHAMPIONSHIP June Mrs. Ronald H, of the Marion Cricket Club, woe the women's east- ern gold championship yesterday when she made S3 on tho final 18 holes of the 36-hole medal play and turned In a card of 110 for tmwlays' competition on tho links of the Phila- delphia Crlckot Club at St. Martins. FOR M, 8f 8, OF KIPU'NQ'S FIRST 3TQRY NEW _Y6ftK, thous- and dollars W.T'S paid yesterday In (ho Anderson galleries for tbo complete original manuscript of tho first story In Hudyard Kipling's ''JunglO IJook" In' the .nutlior'n handwriting. p____, CCin FUVei-- Krurawo made in our new modzrnifcd kilrhua TORONTO Kveryvhttr. White Kid Oxfords Pumps for the June Bride JUST ARRIVED BY EXPRESS Ladies' White Kid Oxfords and Soles and Covered Heels. See the New Patent and Kid Shimmy Pumps De Wolf's Shoe Store 608 THIRD AVENUE ;