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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JFVldiy, June 23, ion. LYE MAKING SQAPI [SOFTENING WATER I [REMOVINGOLD PAINTl DISINFEQING FORMANYOTHERPUflPOSESl THE swiMRD ARTICLE! SOLD EVERYWHERE I LOCAL CHURCHES Kpecnl Coronation semces wer leld yesterday in St. Patrick's R jiiiiuCntliolic Church and St. Angus tjn's Church of 'England. At th lattfi the congregation of bt Cjpr onjs ind Si- Mary s churches als joined, Rural Murrell Wright, Canon McMillen and Kei C H Pop ham taking part in the service. The lejrvice used .was that used by ever> Cjiurcli or Y-ugtAut throughout Uu IJnpIre The choirs ol the three ind robed in Sfc 'Ajigiistin's pa'risli hall and the probe's iloiidl In mil >ung as thev entered the nest door was '0 Praise je the 1 prd' .At, the'timc the King wis en- tering the Vbbej Psalm 122 was sung Special prajors, foi the King and Queen were offered The ays-t or Ztionjantpeni sung b> the combined Irs was "God Save the King Crjant the King Long- after which a collection was taken for the falhlnc sufferers in the yipccbe of lion China amounting lo 00 In pwce of tlie sermon recWpeatl, address, with the nituTc and significance, of the Coronation. The scrucc olnseri -with the singing solemn 1e Dcum and the Nation At Patrick's a special mass cejebnted and specnl offered lor the King and Queen the choir rendering bjicci il music for the ser "MILADP EDITED BY "LlNO." i i ..Hugh Bojd will not tigajo Ijfta season MrV W A WhiUeh will not r cive again until autumn. Miss Stokes, pi Calgary, is Hi ucsl of Mrs. ,A. Simpson. Mrs> V A of Minneapolis is the guesit of heoiiklcr Mrs, J II Another jiarty of. young folks gave a picnic in; hpnor, of JMiss o: Mis C for Miss' Annie day. McKillop gne a d on Mon Miss'Mtiricl 'MoLeod-.returned iro'm Wmnipeg on 'wlieru-she las attending Ilaicrgdl College .Miss Pattesbn is entertaining a 'cry fev young people, this evening or Mifis Aitken Mr. and Mrs.'-T. S.-'Mackenzie and rncrp party of their, friends, and he fritends of their sons and d-iugh- cr, cojoycd both luncheon and sup- pr on the mer jesteulaj ihi childrui of St 'Vugustin s Sun ay School will hold their annual pic- ic alt the Glen tomorrow'' The} will net, at the parish one-thirty afternoon will lie tal'en to ic picnic grounds In Miiss, Jones' iilusieaj culture 1H tilt la'st time evening 'at K o'clock at the Y.M. dij nevt accompmicd b) Miss Jones, Miss- Hattjlcen Soiilluid, 'Miss'Agnes' and m lid t There we i. jiiciiic. parlies galoie }isicrdti, laigo and snull automo- bile loads o( merry young and old folk left for the less crowded dis- tricts, fiom earl) morning until late in Uu, atteinoou I here were a muu- of ha; riel p-irties too anil the juiing folk who, possess 'd ncillici can, or com c> ancts betook to the fiver bpt- ioms and spent i jolh dlj tor the sociotj folk Countrj was he attraction, and in spite of the oat in.the 'Hid ot wane a mite. One jolly party Kinu yesterday DEALS SEVERAL PROPERTY BA5SCHEWS Heal estate KCCRIS to be fairly ae- Ihjs lunimir iij spilt of Hie dp prcssion that naturalh strike m Ihe distritt Phi. iliftermt real estate 'firms ot tlit cit) are making a number of sales.- -that dli tte tuinoter of Lonsidcrable sums of money. The U. 11. Uowmcn who motored was composed of Xjiilors will be most wclconv .JHIss .Law-son, sister of W. D. Lawv snn minagtr of the B T' Bank came dovui Irom Calgary jesttrda) and spent the "day with; her brother linri moihtr who are the Agnew home for .the summer. Hisses Oluer'McCann igar ShanU, iscadden Luc; Lthel and Clan ai Missrs Roj and Bert isoaddcn Shepherd Kilpatrick, dey, Morris and-McIlvck. The glorious wrathei last evening iticed evrjune out of doors and the, formal reception given on the spa- lawns surrounding -St. tAugus n's rectory by the Kcv. and Mrs. uirell Wright attended b; a large number of the congregation'. tai lined hunting and many flags ga e v gala appearance to the where 'anil resting nooks hid been placed for the fort of the guests Ices ami Agency., .informs the Herald that dur Ing the i past month UK.) hue sold property niostlj icicagc the- totn value Inch u H V Gibbons has sold the elexen Mtt facing Fifth Aie between EIc venth and Twelfth streets to the lo- nl cqnient for Jld.OOO A new con- be on the prcperh It torn erlj belonged to Re> C [lor lij prevent in England Mr Gibbons has also sold fortj ic- rcb of subdivision land idjoining Mormngside to a Calgirv for Hi DM -i Discovers a Jish That Strikes at Cigar Butts and Has Taste for Tobacco I June 20 Joliti I'hmgin, nunaxoi it liirtletts Ks as a black bass which iitis tobacco I be fish m intclligtnt one docs not smoke eig oils punch were served from charniMigly appointed tables. two Numerous sales are report--strike at nearly anj thing while fd general rcvnal of real eitate activity PACT areilcs. liiit: il chew Mr fljnig-m got acquainted vitl :he hjibijf, bais about a montli ago The basi' fayrntc. loafing grou ncii i Alwijs, wlie Mi Flanagan goes to the powc louse, he flings the .cigar he happen to be smoking away, so that ther will be no dange'r of fire He flung.-his'cigar into the watc In tin poK cr-hoiihe one day and Ih bass made a rush lor it and grahbc it ditapptinng under the water Mr n-ui ifan thought little of that a' the time for on certain dais bass wil Cannot Pass-Republicans Dessert-Demanding a Revision June 23 Add of HOLBBOOKS, j CENUIHE WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE Imported Absolutely :Mts "G E her guests yesterday Miss Ethel Rankin. of Moose I IK ind Miss Kate ick land, of Winnipeg, who are en route to the T> hlr Mirnott and Adjms membe 01 the Committee ofs 11 Woman's CiVic club r celled Mrs has taken a coltag i Banff for the month of Jill) -u expects to leave for the north Pr placed fat of thcjajjn and Kleforifcd with tnd fatt- and white pronics The Dawson, Hirdic Inijie liattden, Me MeNfaiigliton Hcntlcj 1'afteson ind one or others wcip ing prctli lijht frocks assisted rto- Iigiitful instrument U numbers -were Mr Salmon Washington despatch to "the lorontoJlciegiam sais that tile chances of the rcciproc- jireirjoiis It are slighter phjul by Miw Watts ind Mt Collins ilnr ng the-evening the piano having been to till, verandah. The gracious ind genuine hospital itj eMcndcd b) the host ind hbsiess 11, may icTef -b6 "ritiflM and' certimly Vill not without .a general revision of the majoritj in the was eight ind tlur teen hjve deserted, on the Democratic wpoi bill, and Democrats in-demandiiiR a-'gcncral revision. This me-jDS- that Canad.Lnill get all ind marc concessions granted In the prcs ent igreemcnt more in return, The situation is critical other dais, the most alluring bai not tempt them A daj odtw( later ho flung another cigar butt in to the water and the same fish rose to it and nabbed it After this had a times Mr Flanagan was forced to the conclusion lhat it was not mere random hunger on the part of the bass but a genuine, taste lor tobacco Scienl times shredi of the cigar much torn and ralciled risen to the lop of the w iter h ill an hour or sq after fish had grabbed them blowing that the intelligent Ins-, rcnllv tned tq smoke the cigar bin being Handicapped bj certain na- tural disaih intakes- contuncd itself bi racrel) cliewinit the weed the tunimerj boarders al added, greatly jure to the evening's plea- Greatjargaing in Fruit For Saturday Only the t International Cafe Strawberries...... 20c a basket, 2 35c Bananas _ a Oranges .............40c an Lemoni.................... Cherries 20c anfl Peaches, Ib PIllins -j................... Ib. n 11 fof Watermelon............ 3, ihh 25c Cantaloupes........... 20c aurt ea. Cnciimhers............. 25c ea. Grapelftiita............... 3 for Onions, Badfehes, Lettuce nuiiirhs 25c, Home Made Cantf.t 25clb 'ICECREAM Best In The City plilc shoner on Ifednes da> foi the Stafford clumed as hostess lanthc H udie who received her us- itors- weiring a charming froek o white embroidered organdie Mist Stafford looked well in a damtj of Ilouqmts of loich md Petfection cirnations lent their s-picj "lagrmcc ind to the drawing and lei rooms, Mrs Wv tpilottet Jof tiRted .sh net md sroft wool iiia- link silk fish al iilisticalh c bhck piclurr hat presided pvcr he In ..qiiippiirc, ind Mrs A 'B Stafford in a pretty lingerie gown, of raihroidered in blue and chic itlle toque out the ices ind sericd hejitrm berries at the attracts cly ppointed fable which vtt entered with a shower of pink and hitc cirnations held in a tall cut vise resting on a silver Sord red icflcclor Miss Micboth wearing pretty.frock of pale blue and whi ;rined lawn with handings of bli .sisted The guests .included iM( mics Afcf elland J Stafford 1 4 R SHflord I nderson gentle' Fleming Miss ittcson Gertrude, Stafford Ma Hi Jessie Sfacbe'h IfcLeod Mev ITendcrson Fdua ircndcrwi n Ault, Iligi-bothim Mclach lau. regular neutp the Weekly N'ews, appeared in 1682 It contained intelligence but not single advertiseiiient.' Makes Hair Grow The Alberti Diug ft Book Co ha in Invlgorntor that, will grow hnlr o back. The tune to take care of jour hal IB when von haie hiir to take care of It jour hair is getting thin gradu ally falling out. It. cannot 'be long be fore appears The greatest remedy "to stop'the hail from fulling is SAI VIA, the gjeal Amerirnn Hair Grower first discover ed In England. SALVIA rurniahen nourishment, to the hair rootn M4 icts so quickly that people are imai ed. And remember, it dcitroya the Dand- ruff germ, the little peat that he life that should go to the hair rom the roots f SALVIA la sold by the Alberta Drug ind Book Co. under a positive guarmn ee to cure Dmdruff, stop falling hair nd itching in ten dajs, or mon v back A large bottle costs BOe 'he word (Latin for iage) is on bottta May Resume Operations- Chance Resulting From Dr.'GordonV Efforts (Special to The Herald') Banff Alti June ,'J more Ciprdon Ins lesumed the task of pciee piaker befween 'fie two contending jndustnal factions hare by combined and their failure to agree beld the coal mines of this distjict iu a, state o{ inajtljiti since the Hist 4.pril All evidence has been tiken wbich either side desired to Bo before the board anj unlss tbe two 'forties can be in duced to accept terms and. wages tempo'ranrj the board will take up the task of malting the mass of eu dence accumulated during its Inter .through the district and evolve r findings upon the jxjints at issue Present indications arc both skies are willing to confine the pros- e'ju negotiations to an effort to get tegether on a scale leaving tho rnlnoi jrijints for afl6r consideration A slight adiance in this direction was the result, of Di Oordon s meeting operators-'th'is morning and much depends noon (he mannei in the minors take this light con cession-' which the -chairman'-Is' 'now disusing with them at the Alberta Hotel Internitional Board Jfamond and Gainer have Joined hem" workers" committee'nml A ill remain to the end of negotiations '______________ MAltKETS ler s bass came to the conclusion that a natur- al taste foi tobacco might, be inborn with fish just as it u, with deer and goats Thci experimented on sclcral Other fislij notahlv a number o! cat- tish The citlish however whea put into a lib on shore and fed small portions ot navi plug chewing lobac co became sick, at the stomach shorting eitn sign of nausea and mewing pitiabh This, and other re search along the lines, with do fish and pickerel convinced them thj the black bass who hangs around Ih power house isymique in his habits Buying Blue Ribbon Good, li Economical COFFEE SEAMEN'S ENDS Southampton, tug June 23 strike of the leunen which haj.'lwr' iomly inconienlented ofVthe shipping lines particuterly at gKttg iah ports for' levermt dayi allj enaed today vbm of the White tar .ec.ptwl tb. ermi of the and o other HDM .hmfl wmproniiMd with itrlkcn A RUNAWAY ACCIDENT While out driving homas Drown 'a ifi on T D Brown of. brown from the old entleman was ent on ead and face whlje .the. moo got ff with nothing wone tban a baking up S s 'ji J Ilia ambulance old man the hospital and W taken his room at the typfef Dr A Me. all) is attending Jnem OFFER THANKS Chief Gillespie and Al Morri. who' had charge of flrewprki dlaplay nlftat whb'io (bank Chief Hard; and the fire for tbclt I and "rlgllaaiw In ermine per-" Pranking privilege, wblch :teri7ed by Sir Fln-eU i> orlg _ l ginallj granted waa ''and n others chosen to rgfrecent the com in the partiament, in 1660 Health I Havt Seajp or Tak. Adv.ntat. ,f Thl. Off.r We could not to so itroniW Reiall' Hair Topic and i continue; to Mil It as ire If It dW do all we claim tt wtu Should' our carry us awny, Tonic not uatlafactlon to the uaera they lo.e M, Md our Slt and jn. oonaequuce oui budneaa would .utter We aisure you that If your hair ealnninj; to nnMtiirally fall out or II K you baie any; ae.lp trouble Reiall Hair win promptly .radii cate Jit griwlii prerenb-permanent baldneai J Our faith-ln HexaU tt i Hair Tonte? ao (hat aikifqu to try it J on, our positive guarantee -hst your' money will be cheerfully refunded (b tidoe. not do aa we etalm Two aim I .oe and li 00 Sold only at our atonS 1 D Higlnbotham t Co, Ltd, Heiall1' tore, special FRENCH GOVERNMENT DEFEATED, WILL RESIGN i Paris France June 23 The Goiernment as defeated in Chambei of Deputies today on toe (fueation rel itive to the supremo command of' army m case of w ir The ministry ot Premier Wonls has decided to resign SUMMER EXCURSIONS CANADA her rii alt ntli nr botwcan Fart ilium in 1 Owen Sound S' MAGNIFICENT STEAMSHIPS 5 from Fort William Tlmrsd y Fndaty PACIFIC COAST pvinn you opportunity to rciorlviatiw L.W Lattice FI.W nUnwed at all points atde neceEsary t view the it be from ineiraio -i Cum on nil tniDf mjTordini nil the cow of borne For complete infonnilion and ticket to CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY TICKET AGENT -v or. to' R G. McNEILLIE, Oirtrict PMinfer AjeK, CiJfiry, JUkrti ORAIM PrtlCES Winnipeg, Jian., Juno uly ojwneil 97 1-1, cfosed 96 r opened li 1 4 cloned 91 Do ertber opened 90, cloved flO. Oats__ uly opened 37 3-8, closed 36 7-8: Oc ober opened 38 1-8, closed 37 5-s. Flaj opened llv ciosod 215 Oc opened 1.70, doled 1.70. .WINNIPEG Northern 86. Northern D3, 3 Northern 90, No. -I i 1 2, No 5 II, No r 16 62 Oats 1 C.' W. 36 N. W. American Optlona MINNHAPOUS-July wheat opened 97 18 September opened 1-8, clwed 97 1-8; December opened 3-S. opened 89. 1 8 opened M oied 90 3-1; Utehnbcl il' jUoHd 12 14. Saturday and Monday Specials At The Standard Furniture Co. Dresser and in Royal Oak fimMi, dresser has laige case ith (luce diawors, laige jilato miiror, solid I tuiniumgs, good at 50 solid Our spe- Bed, Mattress, Spring on bed in white 'fnainol, willi bjnss trimmings, full Springs strong iic, voinnii proof, gunranfocd springs Mattross: This is one ol 0111 Health Mattiosses sateeji ticking, fill- ed with curled lilnc and cotton felt. A fheap outfit at .fil.5.30. Siwi-ial for Saturday and Monday Standard Furniture Co. FIFTH STREET W OPPOSITE EUREKA ;