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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, 27. i Ex COWAN'S. PERFECTION COCOA Its richness and exquisite flavor give an added delicious- ness to homemade "aweets" and dainties. Be sure you get COWAN'S the cocoa with the Maple Leaf Label. THE COWAN CO. LIMITED, TOBONTO. 133 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: Entry No. 1st 2nd 3rd 396 To Professional Bakers 397 Home Made (Bakers can- not compete in this class) Girls under 14 Best Loaf Brown Bread from our WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR Edited by Phone 1052 SOCIAL. AND PERSONAL .Mrs! Milan Russell of Calgary' is visiting'her aunt, Mrs, 'Mark White, who was operated on. Mrs.'White is improving eacli duy. Miss'Macbeth and Miss FJardle'wore the hostesses at the Temiis club club house Saturday afternoon, and in spite of. the wind a goodly number of members occupied the courts dur- ing the afternoon.' A dainty little'sunbonnet baby in- vitation was amongst my .morning mail, bidding me attend the Westmin- ister Kindergarten closing exercises two o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Miss Main and nor wee pupils extend an invitation to all who 'wish to come to their- exercises. 5 2 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 Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List This Is the Case with Many Lethbridge People Too many Lethbridge citizens are a bad The unceasing pain causes' constant mis ery, making work a burden and stoop ing or lifting an'impossibility. Th back aches at' night, preventing re freshing rest, and in the morning i stiff and lame. Plasters and liniment may give relief, but-cannot reach th cause. To eliminate the pains aui aches you must cure the kidneys. Mrs. E. Griffith, of Main street, i lei worth, Out., says: 1 "A heavy bearing-down pain ha jseotled across my back and sides There was a soreness in the kidne region and 1 was often unable io'stpo or straighten myself up. Many time each night I wo.uid have to leave m bed Irregular anil frequen secretions of the kidneys and had oftc The Nelson News of Saturday gives a detailed and exceedingly eonipiirneiK ary account of the dedicatory organ recital in'Trinity' Methodist church, that city; by Mr. Frank Wrig- ley, A.A.G.O. of Calgary, iast Friday evening, and makes special men don of his recent composition, "A Little which will be inclutied in liis recital programme tomorrow evening ul, Knox church. Another number that will diriplay ihu'muny licuuvual organ tones will be Grand Fantasia, "The Storm" in K minor by Leminens This also be rendered by Mr. 'rigley tomorrow.' evening. limit will add to the evening's pleas- re by singing "Nearer My God to Mr. E. J-V Luyton give a iolin selection, "Romance from 2nd WieniauKki, and Mr. Mem- ig will sing a solo.- Mrs. J. Nelson returned Satur- ay afternoon from a two weeks' visit i Calgary and Ban if. Mrs. Wm. Lee and family arrived rom Maeleod on Saturday to join her husband, who was recently appointed nanager here for-P. Burns Co. Announcement cards have been is- sued for the marriage of Mrs. Mary Weiler and Mr. Fred ttruns, the wed- ding .to be celebrated in St. Michael's NEW VEILINGS AND SUN- SHADES. CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone Acadiu, Block WE SELL FOR CASH NECK- WEAR AND BELTS JM aS1- :hurch, Pincher Creek, July -1th. f A quiet wedding was celebrated at the home of Mr. James Weir, Sea- forth, on June when his youngest daughter, Lyle, was united in mar- riage to Mr. John A. Roberts. The ceremony was .performed by Rev. F. Larkin, in the presence of only the immediate relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts left on, the afternoon train on a short weeding trip and on Satur- day afternoon Mr.' Roberts left for Frank, Alta., where he.has received a good position as manager of a drug Beacon. v The-'marriage of: .Mr. George K. Palfrey, one 6i, the .-leading of Purple. Springs, and Miss Nellie Wight, daughter of Mr. Lcroy Wight jbeu'ii just as done out in the morning of Springs, celebrated at he residence of the bride's father, on Vcdnesdav .morning, the 22nd inst. 'he ceremony, was performed by the lev. .J. R. Munro, of Taher. Holiday Bargains in the Ready-to-Wear Section Great Chances to Secure Your Holiday Attjre at About Half Actual Values Splendid Assortments Wonderful Savings! Bargains that measure up 10 ihe high standrud of this lug'sale and the kind that will appeal strongly to economical women eveiywhere. We're out I'or a big" week's selling, and these price sav- ings'1 ell the story of how we intend to get it. Of course, tomorrow is the best day for picking, and the morning the host part of the day. But if you can't come one day, come another. The saving arc too good to. miss. One-Piece Dresses r at Close to Half Dresses at V W r, xr V 1 ?l 20.00 22.50 27.50 23.75 Big Savings on New- est Wash Dresses Wash Dresses at t 13.50 8.25 8.00 Wash Suits at 6.25 10.00' 8.25 11.50 8.75 as on A languid feeling would come over me and I would havi to let my housework stand. 'Nothing I had tried would', benefit me. 1 learii ed of Booth's Kidney Pills1 and I con eluded 1 would try them, which I did and soon found the long sought relief. ,The kidney secretions were soon ilated, my back strengthened and I be Igan .to fell better and stronger.1 I an' able to enjoy my sleep without being disturbed and feel grateful to Booth's Kidney Pills for what they for me." For sale in Lethbridge by John ston Jackson. Sold by dealers. Price 50 cents. Thfe R. T. Bdbth Co., Ltd., Fort Erie, Ont Sole Canadian Agents. Rajah Silk Rubberized Coats selling at OUT THEY (k) TUESDAY I Join the Merry Throng at Gray's Hardware Store You enjoy it equally as well as the ice inaii. in fact tSie wives will enjoy it quite iisiniu-h as their honeymoon as their husbands -will be there; 'youMl see your friends, too. as the burning question is that the man has switched his tactics -and warnu hot. sweltering Aveather is what we'll have handed to.ns for the days to coine. PUT IT DOWN. Tuesday will inarlf rhe finish these refrigerators. .Sign with the Ice He needs thenioney and yon need the ice. These 34 refrigerators of Cray's will find new owners STEP LIVELY. Refrigerators Tuesday at Gray's Hardware will buy any oi'the 815.00 and -SMG.OO Ice .Boxes will .lie-asked-for lines. The refrigerators leader) will inarch out at 00 Ice and Bottle will change hands at Enamel Inside kind weMl'liand yon and deliver for. CAST! ARE YOU AKE The regular monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary Auxiliary of' Wesley church will foe held Thursday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. The ladies of the congregation are invited. The Westminster delegates to the W. M. S. convention. Red Deer, will present their reports at a congrega- tional meeting tomorrow evening iii the church. The Ladies' Aid Society of Westmin- ster church will hold an ice cream and strawberry social on the church TOtmds Thursday evening- ALL SUITS REDUCED 830.00 Rajah Silk Suits Rajah Silk Suits Cream Serge Suits Tailored Suits Tailored siviirrs COATS FOR LESS Tailored blurts Tailored Skirts 68.00 Tailored Coats 612.50 Tailored Coats Tailored Coats., I TWILIGHT CHAT The Alpine Club of Canada is mak- ing extensive preparations for its fifth annual camp "which -will foe held in Consolation Valley, a hanging valley, opening from the famous valley of the Ten 'Peaks, on the main range of the Rockies. The camp will be pitched close by the Great Divide from Tues- day. July 19th until Saturday, July 30th. A number of Lethbridge people are members of the club and some will undoubtedly avail .themselves of the outing this summer. The object of the camp is for the purpose of enabling members of the club to meet in the mountain regions of Canada, and graduating .members to receive the assistance of the club in ciualifying for active membership. is operated at the least possible ost, .and all charges are fixed so as o cover the actual expense. Among the club's guests will be sev- sral members of the Alpine Cluo of England, including Dr. T. G. Long- staff, whose explorations and climbs n the Himilaya are of world-wide pame. In the ascent of Mt. Trisul (2iJ.40fi Longslaff'has attained the highest undisputed complete as- cent yet made. Minor expeditions will he arranged for those who do not desire strenuous work, or the time may be spent quiet- ly at the camp, enjoying the glories of nature in its primaeval wildness. Artists, Photographers, and 'Nature lovers will find their.selves in an en- chanted realm where magic inspires the brush, the camera and the pen. SUPREME COM SPECIAL SITTINGS A special sitting of the Supreme' iJourt opened here this niorning 'be- fore -Mr. Justice Beck to hear cases which were not -dealt with at the regular sittings in April. In the case of Rex-vs Ah Yuen, R. A. Smith for the accused, against whom nolle proseqiii had been entered made an application for a discharge of bail. Ah Yuen -was originally charged with theft from the Chow Sam Co. An order for discharge was made. 'The case of Wellington Percival vs Charles R. Daniel was taken first W. C. Ives appeared for plaintiff and C. F. P. Conybeare .K.C. for Daniel. The plaintiff asked Daniel'to endorse his note for last fall. Daniel did so and took an agreement of sale of plaintiff's equity in 767 acres of land at a'certain figure as security. Daniel had to pay the note and plain- tiff seeks to have his equity returned to him. The eviueiiOe vi" latch and James R. Milligan for plain- iff and C. G. K. Xourse, manager of he Bank of .Commerce for defendant vas taken this morning and the case s still being proceeded with. For the i C. W. GRAY BEING SOLD OUT BY. BUILDING PERMITS Merchants Bank, alterations, Red- path street. George H. Ling, warehouse. Coutts street. ?250. Preserving Season We have the Mason and the Improved Gem fruit jars in all sizes. Also Jelly Bottles and Rubber rings at right prices. See iic ruivincr Kirkham Bros. 1st door north of Simpson Co., 315 Crabb St. LETHBRIDGE OF CALGAKY AND VANCOUVER DAILY RECIPE Cucumber Salad Wash some head lettuce and put on ice to crisp till ready to use: peel cucumbers, cut. in halves lengthvri: :a again across, then in a few long ips; put in cold salt water on ic ready to serve: mix some crean with the slightly beaten yolk of epg: enough to form a paste: season with salt and pepper and form into balls; when ready to serve place the lettuce on the plates, then form a daisy with the cucumbers for the petals after rinsing the-m in clear, cold water, and the cheese ball in the centre: pour a French dressing over all. ENGLISH CRICKET London, .Time 279, Somerset. I Yorkshire, 137 for 6 declared. Warwickshire 65, 5i for 2: Xot.ts, 33fi, K7 for declar- ed. .Leicestershire. 200. 171. BUILDING SALE Our Building Sale Offers the Ladies of Letlibridge a splendid opportunity to Procure the Newest Styles m MILLINERY, FANCY GOODS, LADIES' DRESSES, Etc. at Big Reductions. A 'Visit to The Store Will Offer Suggestions L J. McLEAY ;