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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta lie LeUbridge Daiiy Tuesday, June 21.1910. DEAN OF NORWICH DEFENDS NEW KING a thing is good, another matter to prove t f Will stands every test. You risk nothing when buying .this tea, because if you are not entirely satisfied with it your money will be promptly refunded by your grocer. 01 VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE WILL BE HELD ON AT .TWO O'CLOCK SHARP, AT 31 ARGYLE AVENUE 7 DOORS EAST OE BARTtETT CONSIST ING OP One Bell T nine Massive Mission Oak Rocker, Leather Seated One Massive Oak Arm Chair One Large Mahogany Arm Rocker One Large Mahogany Arm Chair One Hall Chair One Wicker Chair One Mahogany Centre Table Five Dining Room Chairs, Leather Seated One Dining Room Arm Chair Leather Seated One Oak Buffet One Leather Davenport Three Iron Bedsteads and Springs All Ostermoor Mattresses Three Oak Dressers ami Wash Stands Three Bedroom Carpets Large Rug Three Rocking Chairs Kitchen Chairs Three Oak Centre Tables One Mission Oak Hall Stand Rack One Kitchen Cabinet, One Kitchen Table One Mahogany Davenport One Cook Range One Fine Electric Chandelier One Child's Rocker One Singer Sewing Machine Parlor Lamp Five Jardinieres One Dozen Fine House Plants Number of Fine Pictures Blinds aud Lace Curtains Wash Tub Wash Boiler Washing Machine: Garden Hose Sealers, Cut Glass, Cooking Utensils Wringer Lawn Mower AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. Libels Spoken Against King George Authoritatively Denied London, Juno Dean of Nor- wlch' -made u remarkable address in a church' near Norwich, in -which he referred to King George "as a, man to my personal knowledge, of self-sacrifice and of high character." lie then mentioned "two accusations brought, as I think, by that part of Society -which is not Society at He went on: "Firstly, that the King is sometimes accused of insobriety. You may take me an undoubted auth- ority, that Is a libel. So far as his close personal friends have noticed, he has never been intemperate thro- ughout his life. The contrary, lie is a man, who even from the point nf view of health, has to be abstemious. He does not desire to anything else." "The other accusation is still more unworthy; viz., that prior to his mar- riage to the present Queen, he had what is called a secret morganatic marriage, with children by it That is absolutely rot, and basely untrue. The King is a man, -who with a .wife of like disposition as himself, has been wont during 'bis leisure to sit in his arden with 'his young children around him just the same as any of us might." Edited by Phone 1052 CASH GUS NEIDIG AUCTIONEER J. B. STOREY, OWNER VESSELS GOING TO HUDSON'S BAY Staff of Engineers Will Return Overland In Winter Halifax, June 20. The schooner Cheyssie M. Thomey purchased by the Dominion government for an explor- iug expedition in the north, will sail for the Nelson river, and the Hud- son's Bay next week. Her company will consist of six of'the crew and an engineering staff of six. The vessel will remain in Hudson's Bay as. long as the weather permits, returning to Halfax September 1st. The engineer- ing staff, in charge of Mr. Parriseau, of.Ottawa, will remain until the ice forms and then start overland for Winnipeg. The steamer Stanley, fit- ting out for Fort Churchill and Cart- wright, will follow a couple oi weeks later. The.government steamer Earl Grey) will go to Piston in a few days and will proceed thence in August to bring the Governor-General home from Hudson's Bay to Quebec. "The -woman that onaketh a good ipuddlng in silence la wetter than she who maketh a'.tart reply." SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss S. Bristol, of Vancouver, has been spending some wwks j ast with Mrs, W. P. J. Alexander, West- minster Rd., left on Satuf'lay for Toronto and points east. Tlie bridge club was pleasantly en- tertained by Mrs. Rome yesterday afternoon. The honors 'Were won by Mrs. Rogers, who'was awarded with a dainty cup and saucer. A glance at the- ensemble recital programme which will be presented by the pupils of the vocal and orches tral departments of the Conservatory of Music at the Majestic Theatre to- morrow evening will assure you of a veritable feast of splendid music. The orchestra includes thirty-five members, and among the- evening's soloists will be a number of the city's favorites. The soloists will be Misses i'Veeman, Addy, McClure and David- son, Messrs. McLean, O'Brien, Har- beke, English, M. E. Rygg, E. Bos- worth, Masters A. Morgan and F. Johnston. Mr. W. H. Parsons has returned from Winnipeg bringing with him his bride. The newly wedded couple '-will reside in their new residence at 1212 Fisher St. Mrs. Morton Peck, of Bruce was very pleasantly surprised Friday evening by a company of friends in honor of her birthday. She was pre- sented with many pretty gifts and flowers. Entertaining selections were rendered by Mr. and Mrs. Lock- wood and others. The guests num- bered fourteen. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Ladies' Aid Society of St. An- drews church will hold a strawberry social on Friday evening in -the Bai- ley street school. A programme will be given during the evening, and the social :will commence at seven o'clock so the little folks may enjoy, an hour before bedtime. i This evening the Y. C. T. U. will meet in the home at eigh: o'clock. The session will be open to the hon- orary members. Sale sons Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold on a guarantee that if you are not sat- tle acording to directions, your money will be refunded. It is up to you to try. Sold by ail druggists. A Huge Bargain Bazaar As we said at the opening of this sale we are not looking for profits, they go to our customers. This month the object is to advertise the business and meet the new people, become better acquainted with the public and give them bargains to take home with them that will bring them back again- to our store. Sale Continues This Week "FOK A GKANI) FINISH" we've selected some of tlie greatest bar- gain treats of the season Dress Goods, Silks, Liueiis, Sheetings, Floor Rugs, Lace Curtains, Boys' Suits, JiecbSprcads, Men's Shirts and Hats, Sun Shades, Hair Turbans and Switches, Girls' Wash Dresses and Ladies' Blouses. If you haven't been here yet, ask your neighbor what he or she thinks of our prices. Then you'll come. Doing exactly as giving "price" reductions on every- thing we sell. The Simpson Co.. Ltd. Lethbridge Phone 453 WE SELL FOR "CASH Acadia Block The Big Sale Swings Into Its Second Week With More Activity Greater Enthusiasm Bigger Saving Chances It's an occasion of the mest sensational charac- ter, that has sent a wave, of buying enthusiasm rippling from one corner of this busy city to the other, and established a record for value-giving, easily out-rivaling anything ever before accom- plished here-abouts. There'll be no let-up to this great Bargain-Giving Event till the doors close on the night of June the 30th In The Meantime There Is No Reserve! Everything Is On Sale I Every article in every department has been overhauled and rc-ar- rangcd and the prices subjected to the bargain fiend's knife, in many cases trimming them out of all proportion to their true and actual worth It's a sale that is without a parallel in Southern Alberta as regards quality and variety, as well as values, ami if yon havcnot already attended, there is urgent need for quick- action if you arc alive to your own interests and have Sum- mer needs to supply.. Shop early. LOCAL BUDGET The remains of John the young man" who was drowned last fall in Ross Lake and whose body was found a few days ago, were shipped last night by R. G. Addison to Por- iiage, Wis., where they will be inter- e'd. R. Johnston, of Kerr 3o. staff accompanied the remains and hey will, be met at Minneapolis by he mother of the deceased. B. McNair, a leading real estate man f Great Falls, Montana, who has been ooking over Lethbridge and Southern ilberta during the past few days, left .gain for the south this morning. He ixpressed himself as very much im- pressed with the development and lossibilities of this city. INTENSE HEAT ALL OVER WEST COKONER HARD ON YOUNG MEN Blames Them for Death of Women in Toronto Bay Toronto, June suppose there is no doubt there is already enough evidence to show that these young men are responsible for the death of these two young women." This was the utterance -of Chie! Cor- oner Jukes Johnson, at the close of the night's sitting of the inquest in- to the death ai Emma Carlaw, one of two young sisters drowned in the bay Friday night, when a gasoline launch collided with the Island Ferry. The inquest was adjourned till Wed- nesday. 'An amazing ignorance in the SHOE POLISH Waterproof ami durtprooT. Wont clothing brichtMt, Macktst. Contains no acids, turpentine, or other injurious ingredients. No substitute even half as good. operation of the boat and of the rules of navigation was shown by Reginald Cooper and Frank Logan, the two yonng men who took the women for the ill-fated trip and returned leav- ing tlie women at the bottom of the bay. Winnipeg, June west was weltering all day in intense heat, the minimum for the day being 64, while the maximum at about fifteen o'clock asted well into the evening. strong hot wind from the south f ittle to relieve the suffocation n Manitoba. From'l central Saskatche- wan came similar reports, Regina complaining of year's record The extreme humidity of the atmos- ihere caused some distress. Heavy rain in the evening at Regina and Moose Jaw relieved' the situation at these points. The heat, if long con- tinued, cannot fail to affect crops un- favorably "It cured or." saved the life of my are the expressions you hear every day about Chamberlain's Colic. holera 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 general approval. The secret of the success of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- era and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures. Sold by all druggists. AUTOMOBILES I. is more than a mere trademark- It is a definite guarantee of good style, good wear, and good value in every garment you buy. You will find it in all gondat Brand" Suits and Ovcrooata. H. Vlncberg UodM, Montreal. McGuire, Lethbridge. BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block THE Surroundings AND Cafe to Appetite ;