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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, J line 21, J (111 mtt. PERFECTION COCOA "Great for Breakfast" A tar started on CfmtaH day with a ctor head and a steady a day M of and lite. Cocoa nourishes the body. It is rich in food value and easy to digest DO YOU use COWAN'S COCOA? IMPORTANT GIF. ANNOUNCEMENTS "ilonlrenl, June 21 M II.ijs, prji'iltlent.ol the O T P who has just "MILADI" Off let Phciw. BY "UNO." I I s PATRIOTIC "The Hcd, Willie and cin- lilem-s nf love, purity and Mav the symbol he ab highlj and a> worshipped as. ors 'ot our nig col- J'Oui she alwajs be In the out countiy right or wrong." "The spatliling 1'iicc now pour, With fond, and liberal haml, 0, raise the laughing rim once mole "'Here's to out Motherland." Miss lantlie llsnlic is cututaining tins aftcrnoun for .Miss StalTpid. 'Mrs 0 R ming expects to leave oil Monday foi Winnipeg lo ipcml the icirr.iindcr of. tile summer. Hcv J. E and Ml 4 Murrell- Wright Mill Ire at iioine infoinially to Die members of SI Auguklin's con- gregation on thenectory lawn tomor. Mis Xcil McLathlnn will receive mfprmalH J''tid.u evonfng lictween nine and cieieii o'elock foi'licr lolurneil iroin a weeks' lout inspection ovct the gicalur pail ot tio svs'tcrn now under construction, made sovetal important announce- ments, .jcsteiday' The president the miles betneen Urn Tato'Jaune anil1 Afiieimorc the 'onlj sec- tion hctwica Moncton anil Prince Ru- pert which is not jrt under contract, _ will'bc given out in the near future, the duet f ngineer being" about 111- Mte traders lorTtlus piece. ot uott, 1 ,t i }l ;'Mr 1 s although Ml believed the last spike Ijjlil be rtrivenhii, rjJS.liiyliig Jfieis ot tlic Si 1 the Vatinc Ocean'lif ihe fJ'T'P he was continued thai the loail at least be completed [torn ocean to ocr'A carlv'mVlHJ 'Then 'came an- other announcement, ot nnpoll.ince to (d by the tiir-c the main line is Impli- ed lluotlgll to the poit peit the copipany'i branch 'trom the poll ot Montreal to _ the main line will bate been built and rcadj tranic of ier, Miss Uene McLaOilan, at home, U3 St, Smith. for" then SIX FOREIGN NATIONS REPRESENTED j Condon, '-June fleet of'for-, sign here for the Coronation was made complete this rnomtug bi the arrival of the German cruiser ion Der Tann repre- sented at Solthoad, Foreign naval of- ficers came ashore in large numbers- end attended the rqceplton given by Admiral Sir Arthui 'W Moore, r-om- chief of the British naval Btation at Portsmouth, at admiraltv house A gc'rden parh guen at the admiraltv home this afternoon attrac- ted a brilliant international throne MISI, AilKcn, of Newcastilc, N B is a euest 01 her biolhei and sister m-law. Mi and Mrs J_ M Aitken Miss stiend a poition of her time while in tile city, Visiting with Miss Phyllis Higinbptham. .The tniemhcis of the Jloacr Guild ajre requested lo at the J Gait ilospital tomorroiv afternoon at o'clock lo to''the ward palir-nts, T iWrs if H daughter, Miss Het.1, of "Pelerliorough, Ont who have been usiting in Lcthlindge and Macleoi', arc tlie guests ol Mis C flume; 207 Fourteenth avonuc, wesl They are rn route north to ealgaiv A'ou Mrs.' U 0 Ilazcll brought a doyen congenul fucnds togethei vesterday afternoon as a coiutcsi to Irene McLachlan A pleasant hour was spent chatting, and at fne o'clock a delicious menu H'as enjoyed, seiicd on small llowcr-dcckcd tables Large white carnations and. lieliotropo and garden lilossoms were chos- en (lowers The marriage of Mr Thomas Dgan, of Milk Ruci, to Miss Lillian Grccn- uoo'l, ol WaLlier, ivas solemnized at St Patrick's church this morning, June m the piescncc'of inirno- Needcit Where Pain aehei, Neunlgli, Iniomnla, Etc. If your dealer does not keen them, we will mall you a box (18 now den) on receipt o( 25 cents. J, L. MATHIEU, Prsprletsri, P. Q. diatu .father Rosen- thai officiating, Alter ihe marriage ccremotiv tho wedding paity diove to tho Hotel Alexandra, where a sump wedding breakfast awaited tuous them. Miss-Campbell, a returned mission- ary from India, will arrive in the city on Saturday .Ad 11 ill ho the guest, of Mrs. .Ingram. On Sunday Mrs. Campbell will ad.drcss, the chil- (lii-n ol St. Augiibtin's Sunday school and Tuesday ulternoon at the home of Mi's. B. N. Higiiihotliam she u-ill give a drawing room talk mission work. Any Lcthbritige' wom- an, interested in mission work will be most wolcomc lit the meeting At, the last meeting this season ol -the. W. .A. of-St. Augustin's church yesterday .afternoon a detailed and most interesting report of the annual meeting' oi the Diocesan W. A. held in Caigary a fortnight ago had been picpared by the delegates from Loth- bridge, Mrs MunclMViiglit, Mrs Nimmffli's -and Miss Hawden. It would he difficult to even give the principal points of the .report here, as it would cover too much space, a tw items that stood out prominently, houeier, the 1911 .annual meeting opened with the celebration of the Holy, communion in the Pro Cathedral, sixty members, communicating. Southern Alberta had a larger representation at the Convon lion than the Northern part of the pro! nice Oicf-lings were read from the Women's Missionarv societies, .of the Plcshyterian, Haptist and Metho- dist churches The lact wai> brought out that only tacntv pei cent o! the Christian iiomen are interested m Mission Work The recording sccrc- lar) rcpoited woman's hranches, four girls' branches, thir- teen junior lnanrh.cs and threevbab- ics', branches ol the Autihars in Al- berla St Stephens W A Edmonton, raised the largest amount, 00 being earned by that Auxiliary dur- ing tlie past The total' ampimtr raised In' the AnViliarv liianches iluunc 'he vear was 73, 10 of this amount was given (lie Diocesan Board There arc sivtcen life members of the Aux- iliary in tho proMiicc Of the junior bronchus Macleod leads with taenty- tuo membcis, who have raised USD in the vear. Mention was made ol the social af- lairs gncn in the delegates' honor during then tc Calgary, also the different addiesAeb -were mentioned, and the important points brought out in each address chrpn- icled The Oeneial A' meeting uill be hrlil in lethbndge, .lune 1112 HALDANE AND LAURIER INSPECT London, June In inspecting the Canadian troops said ,he hoped the scheme o( iation recently noiked out would le suit ln a unified aimj of the Empire Sir Wilfrid Lanrief inspects: them to- day. N. R. CONTRACT AWARDED "Winnipeg, lunp hundred and sixty miles of the Canadian Nor. them Railway along the Fraser be tweem Kamloops and Hope, 6 C, baa been to the Noi thorn Con- struction Company. DEATH FROM HEART PROSTRATION AT BRANDON Brandon, June.. mont, aged 41 years, single, employed at the brick jards here, died from beat todaj. MILLINERY SALE 33 3 per cent, off all Trimmed Hats, Shapes, Flowers, etc. are closing our season and want to clcan'oul nil summer goods, so that when Fall comes we ill have nothing hut new goods to slioAy you, so will continue our sale of one- (hird off until the end of June, also 20 per. cent, off all motor bonnets, veils, ribbons, laces. MISS CAMERON MILL HEDPATH ST. COTTON CASE IN DISTRICT COURT In District Court today before Judge inter the adjourned case Mjlfonl Ford Cotton, charged wJth forgerj and uttcrmg forged was resumed There ucre Agai him foiir charges forgery ftnd.foiif charges of uttering: forged cheques, knowing them to be Forged. 'Ati close of the CAEO Eor the crown, which took tlic entire morning, J R, Pal- mer, counsel for the defence, .md that' tlie case be dismissed grounds Ih it there was no corrobora tloh in tho evidence 'that thereT tiad been forger) The judge dismUved charges of forgery and reserved his.decision as io the uttering of forg- ed until the eMdence of the defence had been put in. V I -f PREMIERS London, June King receiv- ed Hie premiers nnd members of liatncnt or tlie overseas dominions at. Buckingham Palace. Hon. Harcourt, colonial, secretary, introd'jc-. ed th'em. i JJnptists of North America. convention at Philadelphia, elected T; L. McCriramon, VVinnilieg, sirssUlent; M.; J. Taylor, Virginia, vice president: HOLY NAMES ACADEMY ANO.j NORMAL SCHOOL 'v'r FOR WOMEN the direction of tlie tcrs'ot the lloly Names of and Maiyt Class Boarding and Sclibol. Primary .nnd ''Grammar- Graaci. AocredHoB HlgHvt Sfihool. .Advanced Normftl Course of. Two Years accredited-, by tho SUto ol Wnshington.-J State Diplomas conferred. Sludfo. WrlU tor Vtarl Wuh. BALFOUR SHOULD INFORM CANADA British Paper Says He Could Win a Dozen Seats for the Tories London, June 21. The Morning Post says "TIic of the Cana- dian opposition denounces the reci- inoclty propouil doadlv both to the progrebb ot Canadian national de- velopment ind the Uoiic ot imperial union On the side ot the polju arc aiiajed not only all the of thp Ottawa Government, hut Prcsidint Tiilt mtli hn> arbitura'lurc, American railways and trusts and trusts and .the government, which seems ready to sell the empire for an American alliance, uith guarantee 01 probability of receding the thing bo dearly paid for Can that hu the common foreign policy on Inch tho Imperial Conference is, said to haie agreed' Is theic nothing tariff reformers can do to bliow that Impctml reciprocity on Hindi the Can.iiliaii Opposiiion rely vill not long be rtclayci! With half a sheet of note papa Mr Hdlfour might per- haps secure bv sell-bacrilice, a doiim seals, ot Ottawa, tell his Canadian friends of what is known across the Atlantic as the Chamlicr'iiin policv BENCHERS TO MEET HERE On July 4 anil 5, the Benchers of tlie Law Society ot AlberU, as nemble In the citv for tbeir serai-an- nual meeting Tins, be the first meeilng ot the Bencherb ever held In LethbridEe a.nd, the local Bar Socletv ulll do an In Its power to make the occasion, a mejnorable one Aft a part of1 ttje entertainment of the vlai- tois, they Vfilll be- entertained at an Hotel on the etonlng of July 4th The Benchers-ins-attendance .will; be Jas. Mull, K C, of Calgary, president; C F. P. Conybearc, K. C., ot Lethbrldge, vice president, W L Walsh, K C, of Calgary; B B Bennett, K C., Calgary; ,T C. F Bowen. KT, Edmonton; OM Biegar, Edmonton, G W GrteBe, Red G White, Medicine Hat, E P, and C. F. Adams, ot secretary of the :Law So- ciety of Alberta. GRAIN: PRICES Winnipeg, June wheat opened -.97 3-8, closed Oct.' opened closed'91 3-8; Dec. opened 10, closed ifo 14 Oats, July opened 3d 3 1, closed J7 3-8; Oct. opened 37 IS, closed 38 1-S Flai, July opened 2 15, iQct. 1.70. Winnipeg caslp No 1 Nor 96 1-2, 2 Nor 93 1-2; 3 Nor 90 1-2, No. 4. 85; No 5, 81, No 6, 76. Feed 62, No t, CW 36 3-4 American markets, Minneapolis- July opened il 1-4, closed 97 Srpt opened 95 5 S, closed 97 14, Dec opened 14, Closed. 97 1-4 Chicago opened closed 90 1-4, Sept opened 89, closed 90 1-1, Dec opened 92, closed 92 7-8 SIR MAX AITKEN ENTERTAINS London, June Mai Aitken, the jonng Canadian financier, enter- tained at dinner last night Hon Wait- er Scott, Rev J A' Maedonald of the Toronto Globe, and Bonar Law, M P, at the Savoy Hotel HAD LEG BROKEN CRANKING AUTO While cranking a. gasoline engine on Section 28 4 20, sit- uated near Raymond, Claude Brown met with a serious ac- cident. The: engine stopped and he tried to crank it but it back slid, hitting.him on ihe right leg and breaking It m two places He was bi ought to the city this morn- ing and Or J E Loiering IB attending him at the Gait hos- pital. For Aged People' Old Folks Should Be Careful in Thtir Selection of Regulative Medicine We havo a safe, dependable and alto- gether ideal remedy that Is partieu- arly adapted to .the requirements of people and persons of weak con- stitutions who suffer from constlpa- ion or other bowel disorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and give absolute satlsfac- .lon in every particular that we offer t with our personal guarantee that It shall cost the user nothing If it.' fails to substantiate our claims. This rem- edy is called Rcxall Orderlies Retail Orderlies have soothing, .allng, and reg- ulative action upon the bowels. They remove all irritation, drynew, sore- nes and weakness. They restore the >owels and associate organs to more vlgorovn and healthy activity. They are eaten like candy, may taken at any time wlthotit inconvenience, dp not. cause griping, diarrhea, eicessive looseness, flatulence or other dlaagrceable effect. Price 25c ilid lOc. Sold onlyvatour teiall Store. J. 0. Hlglnbotham 4 Co., special Hudson's Bay Stores Offers Special Price On Ladies' Ready To -Weair Lingerie Blouses, White Duck and _, Repp Skirts, Linen Suits and Coats Ladies' Blouses that formerly sold at to reduced to 98c and NO. dozen Ladles' Lawn and Vesting Blouses, being odds and enda Iqft from regular J5.50 lines; not every.glse In.every line, size is most all are slightly mussed, but at the price will fliid mauy eager purchasers. Your Choice 98c NO. Lingerie Blouseg, made'from' beautiful Swlaa embroldere4 frontB and trimmed with French iace, alio a m black and colond mutli and, i i luitrei Regular pi ices u a> WOO. Your choice linen Coats and Suite cut to away less than cost to manufacture NO. are determined to clear our stock of Ladies' Linen Suits uhd. Coats, within the. next ten days and in order to accomplish this we have cut prices down in manj- instances to Jess thnn half. Hero are beautiful Goats nnd Suits in white, champagne, reseda, mauve, pink nnd sky, "fi made from poplins, linens and mercer linens in a wealth of this, season's latest productions, lhat will make selecting easy. Every size is here. Begular prices to Reduced to to A Decided Bargain in Ladies' Wash Skirts ]VO, complete stock of Ladies' Whites Linen, Duck and Poplin skirts, including every wanted size nnd every popular style. lity, fit nnd workmanship of tlie highest standard of merit. Former prices up lo a few wore as high as All reduced to FULL STOCK OF FLAGS AND BUNTING JUST TO HAND FOR CORONATION DECORATIONS LADIES' SUNSHADES NO. doren Ladles' jn white, plain colors nnd dainty com- blmitujn color effects. Regular prices 11.25 and ?1.50, Now all one, To clear 85c NEED CA.dLY. Hudson's Bay Stores ;