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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The JLrtJibrdw Daily Tuesday, June 14, 1010. Particular People Like Because it is tightly sealed in lead packets, not lying' loose in all kinds of places like or- dinary bulk teas. Blue -Ribbon is carefully watched from to home, and is guaranteed to please. Buy a pound packet, and if you are not entirely satisfied with it, you can have your money refunded. Edited by Phone 1052 FUTURE EVENTS The Baptist Mission Circle's day Party Thursday afternoon at the parsonage. The Altar Society's Thursday evening in church grounds. Lawn Social St. Patrick's Last Friday evening ;i number of the friends'Of Miss McKay, late of the postoffico staff, met at the homo of J. Atchisoii and gave a lineu shower, in honor of her approaching Prospector. Don. speaker of tiie Saskatchewan Legislature, and Mrs. Sutherland left Saskatoon last week eir route to Europe. They will sail by the Allan line steamer Tunisian on June 17tli, for Liverpool and after jau extended tour hi England and the continent they oxpe'ot to return ubout the end of Aug.usi. inspect our complete stock of CHINA! CROCKERY and GLASSWARE. We are show- lines m tbese ing many new 'goods'. You will find it a pleasure to visit our clean, bright store. Kirkham Bros. 1st Door North of Simpson Co. 315 Crabb Street SHOE The Spring styles will meet with praise from Ac critical woman. Built for utility, yet abound ing in style. W. J. Nelson Co Sole Agents SOCIAL AND PERSONAL .Mrs. McCullough was the hostess at a delightfully novel shower yesterday afternoon m her apartments in the Vic- toria Mansions, Her guests included the members of the Sewing Bee and the out of town wed- ding guests. .Miss Wilson was again the raison d'etre of the afternoon: Useful accessories for the sewing rom were heaped into tur attractive work basket and presented to the fair honor guest. They included pins, needles, hooks and eyes, buttons and a multitude of other iittle things so necessary in a home. The Bridge Club spent a pleasant af- ternoon yesterday with Mrs. McNicol. As usual the game was played at two The honors were won by Mrs. fashions of dress, the hours of en- tertainments, the measure of expense, the details ot food and drink, ihe.top- ATTEMPTED TO SUICIDE Raymond Citizen Mental- ly Deran of the Town Raymond, June town coun- cil has been doing some good work lately grading our roads. This will certainly he a great improvement ami should have been done years ago.. It is lime the weed inspector got busy in this district, as fields south and east of, town are already yellow with mustard in flower, and that pest of Eastern Canada, the Canadian' thistle, is spreading rapidly. The L'e- sult will be disastrous if these fields iire not attended to with promptness and vigor. On Saturday morning one of our citixens (who has been in iil health for the past month) wh le temporally took a tablespoouful Paris green, with suicidal intent. The local doctors were promptly summon- ed and worked 'faithfully on him and succeeded "in saving his life, he is still in a serious condition. The infant daughter of Frank Dav- id, section foreman, died Saturday morning from Meningitis, following abscess of the ear. Funeral is being held to-day. Services in the Presby- terian church. Several new houses are under In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBRIDGE FAIR August 9-10-11 For the Best Loaf of Bread made from Flour of the ELLISON MILLING ELE- VATOR CO. The following are the prizes: 1st 2nd 3rd Entry No. 396 397 To Professional Bakers Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) 398 Girls under 14 399 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR 10 3 ics of conversation, the proprieties and the improprieties. They arc both judge and jury lu our social courts. And all this they do, not by ballot, not by auy formal action, not, j mcntal 'slagc to any great extent, by public meet- ings. They do it by the silent influ- con-, struefcion at the present time. The dry season does not discourage our citizens, as are past the experi- tables. Rome, will londay next. PACIFIC MAIL SERVICE entertain the club once of example, and by looking and talking. They cannot help doing it. What ihey honestly prefer Ladies' Home Journal. DAILY RECIPE Potato potatoes in the usual way, mash them, adding two beaten eggs, a little salt and a very little butter and milk, beat all to- gether until smooth, then drop a spoonful at a time on a buttered grid- C. D. Romeril, who has charge -of the irrigation canal in this district, says the farmers are using a large amount water this season, but the canal isjull and able to supply all .demands. NEWS FROM CARDSTON A New Organize on the Cochrane Ranch Cardston, June Raymond base 'ball team met defeat at Canlston die and'fry a golden brown. Push Iasc Fridayafternoon. It was a good The round side of a tablespoon down. Mrs. George Rogers who has been pending the past ten days in Winni-! >eg, is expected home this afternoon. Miss Rogers, and her house guest, Miss Peanington, of Winnipeg, will irrive home this evening from a week- end visit at Banff. -Mrs. T. C, .Mason len the city last night to spend the summer months in Chicago. upon each potato puff to make a with been arae however each team doing very i creditable work. The score stood 5 1 to 3 in favor of the home nine. I R. John Gordon, the district engin-- Jeer, was'here last Saturday looking over the new road through the farm Creamed New Potatoes-Wash Jolm Bateman. Last year the gov- scrane the potatoes, do not peeleriiment opened this road and will in them. Put into boiling -salt water Ule near future close the old road This Is The Brand! Now is the time to try it You may win the prize! Ask your dealer for this will get a high- grade flour at the right price and have a chance to win the biggest prize ever offered in Lethbridge by any flour mill. Ask Your Grocer For Our Flour. Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List BAD BTJSH FIRES NEAR round hole, and fill each one some hard-boiled egg that has chopped into small pieces. enough to cover them well and boil hard for about 20 minutes or until soft, but .not too soft or they will fall to pieces. When done pour Mrs. A. Lonnquist and children add .one cup. of couipanied by Miss E. Lonnquist left last: evening for Toronto where they expect to spend several months. If yon are not satisfied after nsin according to directions o a bottle of Chamber lam's Stomach and Liver Tablets, you can have your mon- ley back. The tablets cleanse and in- _U115> jvigorate the stomach, improve the di- jsident cestion, regulate the bowels. Give Sold by all Ottawa. June .lames Mills, of Dunedin, New Zealand, pres of The Union Steamship Company them a trial and get well. draws a subsidy from the Can- j druggists. adian government for a service >een the Pacific, coast and Austral- (JAPANESE JOIN IN i in an interview this morn-' SOUTH POLE RACE ing with Mr. O'Hara', deputy minister "or trade and commerce, in respect to tenders for the'new service now being advertised. Sir James was p.-irticular- CUPID'3 The following is from the cream to one-half of potatoes, one tablespoon" of butter two tablespoons of'minced parsley. White- wood, Sask., Herald and refers to'the marriage of W. R. Gumming, of Car- mangay. On Wednesday afternoon of this ly interested in the various proposed j tne American museum of natural ,iiis- to the service including the jtory learned with interest that Japan inclusion of Auckland. New Zealand, rin. the ports of call. It is the inten- tion of the Union Steamship Company to again tender tor the service. week Knox church was the scene of a very pretty, wedding, when Miss Ivy, j fourth daughter of T. G-. and Mrs. Army Lieutenant of Orient Will Be in became the wife of Wil- liam-'Robertson Gumming, of Car- mangay, Alberta. Precisely at four o'clock, while Mrs. Black, who pre- sided at the organ, rendered r-Icn- dellsohn's yeddmg- march, the bride her father :md Charge of Proposed Expedition New. York, June ot imperial government granted in- come tax exemption on Ontario toans. is planning to join the race for the south pole. Lieutenant Shirasc of the Japanese army is to be in charge of Che proposed expedition. He hopes to start at the end of July, or the begin- A report comes; from the Bonanza mine on Wolf Creek, owned by a Vancouver syndicate, that another new lead has .been struck, of about four fee: wide, and assays are said to go up to in gold. This .is near the stone quarry. This old road has been, a dangerous one .for years and persons in" the Beazer district will be pleased when che, old road is fenced. Mark .Y. Cannon; of Raymond, was a Cardscon visitor last week return- ing home Saturday. Mark was pleas- ed to note the growth of C-irdstcn and the improvements being made here. At present Mr. Cannon Izas a .large farm south of the Sugar City and is intending to raise pure bred Jiorses. At 5.30 tomorrow morning a special one of the new and promising mines.' train will, convey the squadron of in the Sheep creek district. Settlers Are Appealing1 For Aid to Fight tlic Flumes Fort William, June the past twenty-four hours forest fires have been burning north and west of here, fanned by a strong west wind and is now sweeping south towards the power plant at Kaministiqua Palls, which supplies both'Fort Wil- liam and Port Arthur, but it is thought there is no danger. Hymers on the Canadian Northern, is sur- rounded fay fire. Crown Timber Ag- ent Oliver says twenty-five urgent ap- peals for help have come from set- tlers to fight the lire, which at noon to-day -was covering a distance o three townships. The loss to timber will be many thousands oi dollars.: Lame shoulder is almost invariably by rheumatism of the muscles ind yields'quickly to; the free applica- ioh of Chamberlain's Liniment This iniment is not only prompt and .ef- ectual, but in uo way disagreeable to use. Sold by all druggists. MAKTINWILL ASKASQUITH Rangers to Lethbridge and thence to Calgary. The train is due in Calgary at G p.m. Immediately thereafter the' "It cured me" or saved the life of p my are the expressions you near boys will go into camp and for four- every day about Chamberlain's Colic, J teen days they will have regular army FOUR YEARS FOR INCEST ning of August in a 150-ton boat, with assisted by her sister nuptial knot was tied Jane. The by Rev. W. Hector Black, of Rocanville, who was assisted by Rev. George Jack of auxiliary enrines and a crew of 16. After the ceremony the Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is true the world over where this val- uable remedy has been introduced. No other medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel complaints has received such drill. Today the uniforms will be dis- tributed and this afternoon a full dress parade will be given. Corporal Green, of the Twin Lakes eneral approval The secret of the was in town this morn- Pniir. l-nol- success of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi era and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures. Sold by all druggists. Rev. Robert McKellar Craig, travel- HJs proposed route is to Edward VTT. ling secretary of the American Pres- byterian Home Mission Board, died at Ottawa. Bay and thence by sleigh to the pole. He will take 15 sleig'hs and Manchur- tan ponies. .m. fiV" I f-n The Plants Show You Why Why do your plants soon wither and die in the house in Winter? BECAUSE the lacks BECAUSE the kind of Furnace you have is giving off a dry. unnatural, parching heat. The average Furnace docs this because in warming the air it dries out the natural humidity of the atmosphere and fa3s to replace ft. Instead of the 70% average humidity of the outside present furnace heated a5r probably contains less than 30% of moisture. I This endrcles Ihe holds several times as much waler as the makeshift pan In the average is placed just at the proper position to catch the Incoming give It extra moisture before it gets to the heating surface, and thus the air supplied to the rooms is almost as humid as the outside atmosphere. The "Good Cheer'' Circle Waterpan Furnace saves Doctors' bills as'well as coal bills. For full particulars of the splendid Furnace write S THE JAMES STEWAITT MFG. CO., LIMITED, WOODSTOCK, Ont. WWNlfEG. by Mefc-SeM Hardware Co., Lellifcrldfe, Alta. party anil guests drove to the home of the bridR, where a sumptu- ous wedding breakfast accompanied hy toasts and speeches was hy all. The bride looked charming in silk voile over white silk, and carried a bouquet of white roses.- The bridesmaid wore mercerized mulle and carried pink and white carnations. The groom was ably supported hy his brother Leonard ot Winnipeg. The church was very prettily dec- orated for the occasion anci a large number of friends assembled to wit- ness the interesting ceremony. The happy couple left on the lim- ited for Winnipeg and after a short- honeymoon will reside in Carmangay, Alberta. The best wishes of a large circle of friends follow them to their new home. M The marriage was performed quiet- ly in Calgary yesterday afternoon at the residence ot Rev. Me, Clark, oC the Presbyterian church, of W. H. Mitcheltree, ot Lethbridge, and Fan- nie M. Joyce, only daughter of Mrs. H. Joyce, of London, Ont. Mr. and Mrs..Mitcheltree arrived in Leth- bridge last night and will take up their residence here, Mr. Mitcheltree is foreman cutter in P. Bums Co.'s meat market here. TWILIGHT CHAT Consider What Women Decide. They decide absolutely about the novels an the plays. Some writer's, indeed, ar obedient to remote ideals and are in different to public patronage. Bu most of them are trying to earn thei living, and that depends upon the wo men. The consequence is that th plays and the novels, for the mos part, are such as -women like and pa for. Women decide about the cu toms of society. They determine' th 'THE TIME is APPROACHING lor when some preparations weddins must be made. The order for the pastry most important of all, the WEDDING CAKE should bo given to our Bakery. ing. He reports heavy customs re- ceipts for the past month. The Primary Workers the Alberta Stake held their annual convention Saturday and Sunday in Cardstpn. Most of the ward organizations WPH? represented. Mrs. Zine Y. Card repre- sented the genera! primary board. yesterday a ward was organized on the Cochrane ranch. This ward is eight miles south of Glenwootl. Frank- lin Pierce Fisher was sustained as Hisli'op and Carl Tanner as First Counsellor, Messrs. Oldroid, C- Smitb and J. Sidney Tanner were sus tained as the superintendence- of the Sabbath school while Mr. Alex Leish- nian is the clerk of the ward. The name which tlie inhabitants of the set- tlement proposal to call the town is ;the [Hill City. and, Barrie. June Brekwith, Frenchman, aged employed in he stave factory in Fesserton, was sentenced to four years in Kingston Penitentiary Toy Judge Wisner for ncest. He is father of one boy of II and two girls of 13 and 5 years. Information was laid by the older irl. "I wish to save my little sister from the life of shame into which I have been dragged by my she said. The Children's Aid Society lias secured homes for the three children, the niothir being dead. The ''Government's' cut Policy on the Veto Question London, Radi- cals still betray great uneasiness at government has taken on the veto question. Like the Nationalists and Labor members they arc not prepared to endorse any mod- ification of the policy or programme outlined in the veto resolutions, and some assurances to this effect are felt to be necessary. To-morrow Hon. Jos. Martin will ask Premier Asquith whether in any conference that may be entered into with oppo- sition as to the House of Lords ques- tion, the government, propose to com- mit the Liberal party to any change .in their present announced policy without first submitting such change to their supporters in the House of Commons. MIDDLESEX WON London, June won from Somerset at cricket today by an inning and-152 runs. News from just receiv- ed states that large parties of sur- veyors have started'out from Lytton and Fore George to delimit tne route of the proposed British Colum- bit-AIaska line which will go from a point in the. neighborhood of Lytton and pass through "the rich cosm try of which Fort George is the cen- tre. O.ur pastry bakers are especially skillful. We fill all orders to the entire satis- faction of moderate. our customers. MONARCH HAS A DOCTOR NOW Ford St. Beside Fire Hall Phone 1181 JUNE 'WEDDINGS WEDDING FLOWERvS Made up In the latest and most artistic style. Call and get our prices. Monarch, June Monarch received its first medical practitioner when Dr. X. T. Deeman of Toronto, arrived in town, accompanied by Dr. McKinnon of Carmangay, and made arrangements for his locating here. iUr. Deeman purposes also to carry a {drug store and his experience and ability will meet the needs oE the peo- ple both as a successful druggist and a competent physician. bwing to the every dry season, with scarcely any rain for several weeks, the farmers report rhat the crops are suffering for want of mois- ture. They predict that if the dry spell continues the crops will be ruin ed in a short time, Mrs. Mary S. Heath and Mrs. Ana R. Harris of Los Angeles, are visiting friends in town. John M. McLean of Chinook, Mont, registered at the Monarch today. You no longer need wear your- self out with the weakening heat of an intensely hot kitch- en. .You can cook in comfort. Here is a stove that gives BO Outside heat. its' heat is concentrated at the burners. An intense blue flame (hotter than either white or red) is thrown upwards but not around. All the heat is utilized in cooking none in outside heating. New BLUE FtATVf E The Terrill Co- Floral Cor. Ashmead A Duffenn SU, Phone 577 BADEN-POWELL IS INVITED TO GUELPH Guelph, June Guelph is ing General Baden-Powell to visit the city while: on his trip to Canada nex month. There are several strong corps of boy scouts in this city, Cook-stove entirely removes the discomfort of cooking. Apply a match and immediately the stove is ready. Instantly an Intense heat is pro- jected upwards against the pot, pan, kettle or boiler, and yet thcri is BO surrounding smoke. Why? Because The New Oil CooV-Stove is scientifically and practically perfect. You cannot nss too much is automatically controlled. You get the maximum smoke. The burner is with cloth cleans foently there is mmell. The New Perfection Oil Cook-Stow hi wonderful for year-round use, tvl especially in summer. Its heat upward to pan, pot, kettle, bvl not beyond or wound. It h for beating room. It has a Cabinet with tar keeping plates and Food hot. It long turquoise-bios en chimneys. Tbs nickel finish, with bright bine cf the chimneys. the store ornamental and attractrra, Made with 1, 2 and 3 burners; ths I and 3-burner stores CSA be bad or without Cabinet. Perfection Dwcrtpttre CircnUr t ;