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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Page 4 The Lethbridge Duily Herald. Tuesday, June Everyone wants the best value for his Buy and you will certainly get Blue Ribbon is guaranteed to please, and your money will be Refunded if you are not entirely satisfied with it by Phone 1062 In Cash Prizes TO BE GIVEN AT THE LETHBR1DGE 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 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 Lethbriqge by any flour mill.' Ask Your Grocer For Our Usual prices will prevail For further particulars see Lethbridge Prize List SOCIAL AND PEDSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Seatle were joined last week at Laggruu, 13. C., by Mr. and Mrs. Keeve. The congenial party traveled together to Victoria and thence by boat to Seattle, where a couple of days were spent sight- seeing. The Misses Macbeth -were at home informally to pevoral friends last j evening. During the summer they will'receive on Monday ev-eniugs. Mrs, Rogers w as hostess to the Bridge Club yesterday afternoon. The honors were won by Mrs. Wells, who received the prize, a .pretty five o'clock tea cover. The Sewing Bee met with Mrs. J. O. Wilson yesterday afternoon, and enjoyed a busy hour plying ueedlesv and chatting. .An acceptable repast served at tea hour. The organ recital ut Knox church rendered ''by'.Mr. Frank Wrigley, A.A. G.O., of Calgary, will commence promptly at S.30 this evening. Mrs. Bentou Hatch and daughter have returned from Los Angeles, Cal., where Miss Mildred has ;been attend- ing school during the past year. Mrs. McCullagh of. Moose Jaw and .Mrs.-Wood of Regina, who are the guests of Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, spent the week-end out of the city. Mrs. Mc- Cuilagh visiting Mrs. Christie at Dia- mond City and Mrs. Wood visiting friends at Macleod. They will re- turn this afternoon and continue their visit with Mrs. Wilson until the end of the week, when tbey will return to their homes. There are interesting rumors in circulation in military and social quar- ters at Potsdam to the effect that the Kaiser and Kaiserin are chinking of a matrimonial alliance between their only daughter, Princess Victoria Louise, of Prussia, and the eldest son of the King and Queen of England, who became Prince of Wales last week. The princess, who will be IS next September, is one and three-quarter years older than the Prince of Wales, but that would no: be regarded as.a handicap from her 'parent's point of view. The Kaiser's wife is several months older than the emperor, and their second son. Prince Frederich of Prussia, is married to 'a princess near ly three years his senior. The closing exercises at the Centra] Kindergarten will be held tomorrow at ten o'clock. The novel invitations sent to parents and friends are in the form of Dutch, maids, the work of the tiny pupils. to say about Mrs. Murphy's book, en- titled "Janey Canuk in the west." which has Just ibeeu issued in 1-Jngland under the pen name of Emily Fergu- son "I nave seen that for which Emily Ferguson would give her little finger' to advance sheets of her book. 1 predict for it the biggest sale of anything ever written in or on Canada. It is full of the mellow juice of life. I sat up one night to read it and sat up another. ,1 read the book in Sterling and PcM'th, and 'with her joyous lilt mingled ail the glamor of my first visit to these good Scots towns, 1 can yisy lier no greater tribute than to say that she herself bubbles out from every page." Bulletin. DAILY RECIPE Daisy Salad This is made with hard boiled eggs and lettuce; boil enough eggs very hard, allowing; two eggs for each per- son; when the eggs are cold, peel them, cut in half lengthwise and take out the yolks; cut the whites in long thick strips and crumble the yolks with Dbe fingers; wash some nice head lettuce and init.all on ice till ready to serve; then arrange the let- tuce on the plates; lay the whites of the egg in a circle with a large spoon- ful of the yolks in the centre; pour u French salad dressing over all. Saving Grocery Money At Lethbridge's Greatest Grocery Store Is Better than High Prices at Long Credit THE n this Great Gush Store proves our -continued empluitic assertii can save you dollars every ...month oir your grocery bill." 1 i I 1 d. EVER INCREASING of new customers at assertion that if yoi'f'r fi'muiciiiff I'o'imy rnndy cash. liUT IT I'AVS. Tiy it iliis week. And principle of the A.Macdonald Co. is always he first in quality as well as the lowest in price. These arc our regular, every-day, money-saving prices HIGHEST DISMISSED THE CHAM Magistrate Says Campbell Did Not Benefit By the Money QUALITY BREAKFAST FOODS Germade, 10 Ib. sack .40c Oatmeal, 8 Ib. sack ...30c 'Toasted Corn Flakes ...10c Puffed Rice, a pkg. ..12c Puffed Wheat, a pkg... 10c Malta Vita, a pkg. I2o Shredded Wheat Biscuit 15o Quaker Oats .15c Grape Nuts, a pkg. ___15c EXTRACTS AND JELLY POWDERS Shirriff's best extracts, all flavors .10c Shirriff's best Jelly Powders, all flavors.......... 7C CANNED GOODS Finnan Haddies, a .12c Herring in tomato sauce 17c Sardines, extra quality .I3c .Oysters, a tin 150 Beans, best wax, a tin I0c Corn, best cream, a tin lOc Peas, best quality, a tin 12c Pumpkin, ex. fine, a tin 12c Apples, gal. tins for ...35c Blueberries, a tin 12C EXTRA SPECIAL Chciitle'i Sodas In tins. The highest grade of cream sodas. Our price si Lin .......OUC fin- est cheese thai Can- ada can produce, which is the best in the world. 4 .Our'price, Ib. I I C Canned 'Peerless' and 'Auto' Brands are the high- est grades in the Can- tiers' Association. The fresh whole vegetable Our price 1 -tin V..: I fcC Canned Fruits Best 'Peerless' and 'Auto' Brands, choice fruits including strawberry, raspberry, pears, and peaches, plums, etc. Our price, 4 _ a tin ........I I C PRICES FRESH'FRUITS Oranges, best navel 35c-40c Lemons, large size Grape fruit, ex. large, ea. 12c Apricots, a box .75c Pl.ilIDS, a box ,75c Strawberries, a box 'Cherries, blk. or red Ib. 25c Rhubarb, very choice, Ib. 8c slice 25c l> "RUITS Prunes, a Ib. Be Peaches, choice ..___12e A'-ricots, extra .......17c COFFEES AND TEAS best Java Mocha 40c Coffee, very fine grade 35c Coffee, extra quality 25c Chase Sanborn's Coffee, a tin ..40c Large 2 Ib. tin for ......75c Bee Brand Tea, extra, 45c Thistle Tea, extra quality, y 3 ib. tin Salada Tea, a Ib. ......50c Blue Ribbon Tea, a Ib. 40c Ridgway's Tea, Old Country 4fe SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL LAND SALE AT SASKATOON Saskatoon. June 21. five hun- dred people, a large number of whom fanners from the surrounding districts, assembled fcere today when Agent Ingram held a sale of school lands. The auctioneer hud no diffi- culty in disposing of everything offer- ed, a large portion of which was dis- posed of to fanners at the unset price. The highest price obtained was dur- ing the afternoon when ihe figure reached over ?41 per acre. Specu- lators today did not cut much figure as prices were too high to permit of any great margin of profit. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The at the Y.W.C.T.U. home are che proud possessors of a fine new piano installed last week. Six applications for admission to. the home were received and accepted by the 'Doard last week, and now the six girls are revelling in home comforts. The rates were also reduced at the board meeting. The 56.50 rate per week was reduced to 56.00 and the sij.UO to CUPID'S COURT Boot and Shoe Hospital The Repair Department at F.German's has been taken over b y Repairs neatly and promptly done Never too late to mend Hand Sewn Work a Specialty All Work Guaranteed and Lowest Prices A very quiet wedding took place at che home o! Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilson on Wednesday afternoon, when Byron iLcFarlane and Miss Belle iloran united in the bonds of matri- mony by the Rev. C. 0. Main. After the ceremony a delicate luncheon was served. The nappy couple left on the afternoon flyer for a honeymoon trip to Winnipeg and other eastern points and on their return will re- side in Cranbrook. The Prospector joins in wishing the young couple a happy and prosperous brook Prospector. -TWILIGHT CHAT Janey Canuk in the West In writing to an Edmonton friend lately, Agnes Deans Cameron has this NOTICE THIS Having taken over the Chef Cafe if is my intention to make the sen-ice second to A trial will convince none. you. J. W. COULTER, Prop. in Vancouver it will be to your advantage to stay at the HOTEL STRATHCONA Tne best middle priced hotel in the city D BURTON and J. E. JACKSON Props. DUSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING Vacuum Process letlibridQe Renovating Co Tel. CiS7 Police Magistrate Macdougall last night gave his decision, dismissing the charge of obtaining money by false pretenses against Thomas H. Campbell, who was connected with Y; S. Shepard, -who was once in the real estate business in the city. Mr. Campbell was arrested in Calgary two or three weeks ago on: a warrant taken out over a year ago by William L. Johnston, hotel clerk, of this city, who claimed that Campbell had taken of his money in payment for lots upon which there was a "caveat and which were never transferred. The hearing against Campbell was postponed from time to time lor var- ious reasons but was taken yesterday and some interesting methods, by which Y. S. Shepard and those as- sociated with him did business came out. W. C. Simmons prosecuted-on be- half of Johnston in the absence of any representative of the attorney- general's department, and Reginald Stewart of Calgary defended. Johnston gave, evidence telling how Campbell, whom he knew to be con- nected in some capacity with the Standard Land Co., sold him two lots in North Lebh'bridge and promised that title would be delivered immed- iately on payment being completed. He made five payments, the receipts for which together with the agreement of sale were .put in as exhibits. The receipts were all signed by Campbell on behalf of the Standard Land Co. One day he met Campbell on the street and suggested that he com- plete his payments and receive a 25 per cent, discount. Campbell agreed. He consequently paid him ?75, re- ceived a receipt for it and was told ny Campbell to go to his office at five le property. He went at five o'clock nd found the offica rocked. He re- urned next day and the office was till locked. He saw Y. S. Shepard n the street .the day after that and vas told to go to the office that even- ng and he would receive the transfer. ie did so but the office was still lock- d. He never saw Campbell again after.paying 'him that until after arrested. Campbell used to board at the hotel where witness was clerk and if he had 'been around he would have seen him. Witness was cross-examined by'Mr. Stewart but (his evidence was not ma- terially changed. Mr. Simmons put in as exhibits an j abstract of title of the property show- ing Lewis C. Gales as owner and a caveat upon it in tavor of a man named Stuart. And also a letter from the registrar of joint stock companies showing that -the subscribers to the articles of incorporation of the Stan- dard Land Co. Ltd. were Lewis C. Gales, Y. S. Shepara and Shepard's wife. Lewis C. Gales of Blairmore was called and deposed that while he had acted as an agent for Y. S. Shepard at Blairmore and had business deal- ings with him, he had never had any shares in the Standard Land Co. The property which was in his name he had never bought, but he understood Shepard hnrt put various propprtios in nis name, he, witness, to act as a sort of trustee and to transfer the pro- perty to purchasers whenever they completed their payments. He did not know anything about the deal be- fore the court. Ho knew Campbell i and understood that he merely Lethbridge's Great Low-Price Quality in the employ, of the Standard Land Co. or V. S. Shepard. Mr. Stewart moved for a dismissal of ;he charge as the evidence showed that accused was merely an employee of the Standcrd Land Co. Simmons argued that a prima -facie case had been made out and that the evidence showed tllat Campbell, if anyone, had benefitted from the last paid. The magistrate reserved his decis- ion and last night dismissed the charge ou the ground that there was no evidence that Campbell iiad bene- fitted from the imoney. FUNERAL OF WALLACE W. Wallace, ArKyleiand arrested all the occupants 'from H and Jhe funeral of the late Mrs..Msry Ann Wilkes Wallace was held yester- day afternoon from the resilience her son, R. Ave., to the .public cemetery was largely attended by relatives oi the family. The. pall-bearers were of the local corps of the Sai.vution Army. They were Joseph TuiT, II. Dawson, E. Bradbeer, T. Wood, Hardie and A. Rosaine. Rev. A.M. Gordon, of Knox" church, conducted the funeral service. The remains were interred in the family lot at the cemetery under the direction of R G. Addison. The deceased lady vas born eighty- one years ago in the state of Ohio BOMB-FHROWING AT BUENOS AYRES Buenos Ayres, June 28. Twenty persons were injured, six -.f them nortally, by the explosion .of a bomb hurled from the gallery in '.the The- atre CoHn, during a performance last night. Among the injured are num- bers of some of the most prominent iamiiies of the Argentine Capital. The bomb exploded in mid-air. Scores of persofts were thrown to the fioor and many were struck by flying frag- ments of the missile. The orchestra, which had been exe- cuting the second act of "Manon" be- gan'to play the national anthem, this quieted the spectators and a ter- rible panic was averted. A large force of police surrounded the theatre make a hard.fight, but'believe that no candidate for the legislature will take and ttu- gallery, numbering three hundred, a chance against the voters. Mr. Methodist Church CAllMANGAY The Cornerstone church will be new JULY1 By Rev. A. B. Argue, of Claresholm, assisted by Rev. T. P. Perry, chairman "of the district; Revs. G. P. Neville and W. Scott of Car- rnangay. First Class Dinner Will be served by the Ladies- Aid for 35 cents. Come and see the Flourish- ing Town of Carmangay on the banks of the Little Bow. They -only held about seventy, how- .ever, among whom the most suspi- t..einbers jcious are t.wo Italians named Angussi and Cussini. Malcolm McCallum, of Stratford, a shoemaker and well known, died sud- denly. If you are not satisfied after using according to directions two-thirds of a bottle of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, you can have your mon- ey back. The tablets cleanse and in vigorate the" stomach, improve the di gestion, regulate the bowels. Give them a trial and get well. Sold by all druggists. DRY STATES IN TWO YEARS Spokane, Wash., June P. Doty, head of the Anti-Saloon league In the State of Washington, and Wil- liam J. of the league in Idaho, declare that both commonwealths will :be 'dry" before the close of 1911. The former said also that the province of British Col- umbia will 'lie saloon-less within a few years, adding that then the only "wet" 'border of the State will be the Facific Ocean. They expect the liquor interests to Uoty says that the league needs nine senators to win this year; while Mr. Herwig claims that only 100 saloons are left in Idaho, where of the 23 counties are dry. Boise is the only one of the 13 cities in ihe State hav- ing a of more tlian 500 that is in the column, "he said, adding, "and of the estimated population of live in "dry" territory. The league will endeavor to get the next legislature to outlaw ail saloons." CELEBRATION AT CRANBROOK Cranbrook extends to all Brethren and friends of the Orange Associa- tion a cordial invitation to celebrate the 12th of July with them in Cran- 'brook. Special rates via C. P. R. be- tween Lethbridge and Kootenay Land- ing. Yours etc., W. H. BROWX, Rec.-Sec., Box 322. Cranbrook. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is sold a guarar.tcc thr.t if yon are nkt sat- tio 'lircrtions, your will tic refunded, U is up to fou to try. Sold by all druggists. i LADIES- Have you investigated the advantages offered at our BUILDING SALE? The entire sacrificed, being off Children's Small wear, stock of Millinery is and are giving 20 per cent. Bonnets and Hats, Wares, Hair Goods, etc. ;