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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta May 21, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGR DAILY HERALD You Maj Publish My Latter About "Fnilt-a-tim" Mi. Jones is proud to ackjiOYctttige the great debt of tc owes He glad toliavcbU letter published in order iLst tither luiTercrs may be induced to try tUew vrondcriul tablets made ol fruit jyicea. SARNIA, Ost., 1911 "I hive been a sufferer for ihc past 15 Tsars And Catarrh of the Stomach, I many xtmedtes ptid inanj doctors, but ( no benefit Finally, I read tn far "Fruit-a- I decided to Rivf a Irial and they did exactly what ciiiined for tlieu. 1 have now lettn them for same 'time and find they are the ofllj remedy does no good. I luve recosjueu3ed toa great many of my friends, and I cannol tbese fruilUbltUtoo highly" PAVL J. JOKES. 5oc A box, 6 for trial me, At poilptidca receipt of price by Fruit-stives Limited. MILADI CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Tba meetlr.g of tho Women's Mls> eJonarj- eoctely ol church, should bo held, tomor- row, has had to be cancelled, owing to the prevalencu ol measles on north side. Tho Lethlrldgo Wlllard Union ot the C, T. U., decided not to rtEtit until the last Thursday In tbo month, ivhen. tho meet.HE will be held iu St. Mary's pariah ball. The resiilir meeting of Bt. Cyp- nnn's Woman's Auxiliary will be fce'il tomorrow afternoon in the parish hall. Tho seniors beat tho by narrow margin at 'basketfcfcU at the .Westminster church grounds last 1ng. IJoth learns In eplcn form, the Juniors showlns up espec- ially irell, and tho gamo throughout was moat Interesting.' Xol rfcelrlag tojoxirrovi: Mn. K. M. Uiglnlothtm. l. Hooper, nbo Ojeen quite seriously in, IB Idpro.'.GE 'tivorably present Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Kelsou to- morrow for where they will in.tuture. Mrs. Haiton-Canaltis Intlted a few IrtetiiJs in at the tea hour this alter- noon, to meet lier niece. Miss Annette Cannlug. Mrs. T. J. of Thlrtotnlh street South, with her bably, IR speud- ing a couple of weeks on the ranch of her father, Mr. Beaubler, maogay. Ifarry little sen of Mr. and Mrs. II. Wurman, covering from an attack of Mr. D.xon Irft yetlerday to spend a couple of months In New York. -Dur- ing his absence tha Mieies Dlxon ftro staying at the of Mri. Andrew THIey. J. 11. Wallace, and EWe, left this tnoralng for Torllatid re., and after a abort visit will.leave Kauaaa where, they pend two or thsree months. This is preat Fopdfor FORCE" l f :jis) Ihe Canadiaa trawl, eooltcdfor Ixo tjxrt.xM Uae Bulir Kail, rolltd into .Vfilnty flakej, baVed and critjacd, aad never a from hunuw luad. KicliioaUlbcbody-buildmS clemcc'ls and aba ojulclf iret f rora any qujli'tr" fhat can'posslbly dis- turb the digestttti of auy child. Try If for a tiis Irttlc, and you'll be toW kow the Htllc'oatJ and how their Daddy hit ;Torce'! in lie morale j, too, The -O Company Hamilton ta TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES DON'T Till your family the Protect Your Family BY usiiitr Lethbridge Puteurized Milk Cream fl' can 'to1 relied upon as nefng absolutely Pure and and of uniform tiiurUy, Uollrercd anj-whoro In the city. Phone 584 Miss Ina of Vtrnon, -B. C. rived this afternoon to spend, z w days with Mrs. E. R. J. Fors- Mr. and Sire. K 3. Ftlroer hire aa iclr guesls. Mr. M. Fll ier, Archie A.llea and Mr. Jack Inks, of Kent, England, -It Is quit siible that IJicy vlll decide to lo ite permanently !n Letbl'rJdge. ftlrs. B. K. Jones was hosiers ot a allehtful thimble tea yesterday. In ourtesy to Mrs. E. 0. Hanpoy; who eaves tha of the monUt on 'an ex ended trip abroad. An enjoyable tlmo was spent In swloK, after which the hostess s i6sl delectable riandi.- The hone xutsl entertained the different gusst tclllos their fortunes UP3. Thosa present ware: Mn. A iimpgon, 3lrs. J. W. fioullorj, Mrs. Q. N. Irs. U H. Fowltr, Mrs, E. W. King loa Md MM. W. P. Roy, The Wesley oholr spec most enjoyable. time tlajt rhen Mr. arid OeorKe Mitfpn inlertalned tn tbelr honor. Games ind contests were Young winning tlr'lt prize in a con >EL A Tocalsolo-ij Mlta Fa! lanks; vocal arid Inatrumental num by M ieorge ifltford >-ery flefslns. Mr. Jonu took a flubUirit of th party, which aumbend about twei wo, and the aerrlnz of. Invllins ands concluded happy The InvlUtian rfron. too Meilcin Hat club has ictept-d {o Day 24, tceoriinfly fro ho local'club will to to Mrilc'.n !at oa Saturday. honor ThruUfh the eourttly of the Let bridge Dramatic) society, tbe-Unn enthusiasts will tie f-ble to travel 1 be fDoclal car, 11 tvfuie o ronvey th9 aenberB of c Country QirL" Any 'of ttoiiis ciu who wouW -IJie ta In tho tbit dancing dared particularly pleasant, The lunch served si lhany to show in Lelh iridgc. It turned out, honever, thai t "giTe" the company the right to show in Letlibridge at the fee lor animal shows as set forth in the Icense bylaw at that (25. :he city can do nothing but acre? the and say nothing a all about it. Practically (lie same thing happen cd in the case of the Sclls-Floto Co. wtich will show here in July. have obtained a similar ccrtificaj signed by License Inspector Forbes giving them the privilege of shnwin here on the payment ol the J100 cir cus license. Leltibridgc is sure of'two circust ttiis year James McLean, president of th Fort Hope 'Conservative association la dead, aged 63.'. lor Drink Hatii TRY IT AT OUR EXPENSE We are In earnest when we ask yo to give ORH1NE a trial. Von hav nothing to riEV and everything to for your money wfll be returned after a trial you rail to get resiil from ORKINE. This offer, glvej th wives and mothers of those who drlt to ejicefia an th OBHINJ; treatment, n ts a very slra trcnfraent, can be given.En tli horoo without publlcily'or loss of tl from business, and at a small price, ORR1NE U prepared in two forms No. 1 Secret treatment; a powder; 0 RINB No. 2. In pi 11.form, for thos who desire lo voluntary trea ment. Cosla only fl.OO a boi. Com In and talk over the matter 'with u Ask for booklel. Hed Cross DrxiB Ud, Acad 'ft 1r. Pilling Did Not Sell Mr. Quimbey Land on Fa'se V, Representations Judgmeet in of ihi defendant In Court .inMhe ct action w set asjiii an enl of enle on tbe of raud. lu, February, U-1J, Qjimbey L'it; irlth the E. L. end ixjught a elf -'ecctioil'.'OlCUnil Klinball Pllllnt. paring him down, tj'ere on tbe ground at toe ,me, b'vl .the' plaintiff drote over it, id took ".it rvpreiectatloDs; he .infi defendsql. The [alter old Quimbejr that 110 acres was seid- d'-to, winter agreed to acres morn In the spring. Jli March' the plaintiff ueal on the' ind. arid'erected a houre in j mide a selllecwnt ultu Wiling, him notes for as '.llltaf'i.equity in ttie Not ng was said apo'jt thuy tile land on Pillhjij's represcnta- ion: Jle inspected the lacd him- slf before making the thai sttile- uienl. As for Qulnbc-i's datm that 'filing did not cairj- out his agree- ment to seed 165 acres, the court mi- ll tba't this was no reason lor jetting aside the agreement of sale, Imt that t merely a case for action for jamaxes. One of the notes was over- due when the action was finally tak- en. Judgment was ghen for Pilling on Ms cpnnter claim lor the value of :hls note. AY. S. Ball appeared (or the de- 'endant ;and..Lajirie and Conybeare !or the plaintiff. IMPORTANT. THAT, LETHBRIDGE SHOULD "BE'" REPRESENTED BEFORE GRAIN COM- MISSION stim- ulates the digestion you to ofikt fteling fine. Abtxy'i Effervescent Stlt mildly iplindld dilly toalc brt.n t 'Two'important mailers'we-to bo discussed al the tr.ecting or the Board Trade executue tomorrow evening. One will be tho adslsabSUty of send- ing a representattse to of nest-ivMk to te ri cnt at thu t.Uir.g of tho Board ol G-iIn Coromissioners on tlmt date, ami tlie 'other wl.l te "the prospects for a campaign for new members of tho hoard. In a notification of the sitting of the grain commission received jeslerda> by U. Finlcr, aecretary of the A aociato JJoards of Trade, It Is state ttmi tho raatttr ot Internal storage elQvalors will be taken up. This particularly (rar-ortant to Lethbrldge just at lo1s time, as the fiupplemen tary frallmales tabled at Ottawa Ifial night provide for the expenditure ol tour million dollars this year for th( construction of those electors at such as are chosen by the commls- ilonete. The Winnipeg aoBsioo win therefore more'than a little in- on the final decision And U is felt that Letbhrtdge should rep- resented. The Board of Trade, members They are going after them. Memhera of the executive leltevo that abo'uli bo'ast of 600 mem- bore in its chambcr-of commerce, and Holiday Bargains for Thursday and Friday Ladies' Corsets Corsets, made of White Sileen loos skirt baci, racdlum b'jsl. clasps, four supporters, trimmed with white Uce. Kejular value JIOO; Tbu.-tday dnj Holiday Skirls Ladles' Drpss Skirls made froui smart tweeds iu light end dark Rrey fawn, uaiy and black; made In. the newest styles. Regular i values ?6; Thursday Friday Oil Cloth and Carpet Specials yard ends of heavy Carpets, they, make GulfcniHd mats. Regular nn 12.50 per yd.; TUurs. and Frl. per end I MWV Large range of heaty English Oil-Cloths in all newest and wanted colorings. Regular laluei 3oc anrl 50c 10.. yard. Tnursclay and Friday, yard Ladies' Combinations A limited quantity only, fine Egyptian Lislo hce trimmed, lou no umbrella drawers. Regular 50c. Thurs- QCn and per suit aCOC Turkish Toweling 18 Inch Turkish Towelling, natural and KtripeJ, vpyy liralteil quantlly, worth 12 cents. Thursday atnl 1 y; per jard I 2 C Sunshades Sunsha-Jt-y, Rreat wriety oJ In two colored stripes and Dresden Floral ptu- tern. Don-ruE table frames. handles. Regular M.50 and Thursday and 'Friday. OOC Chamois Gloves L'btmois litotes, 16 buttons, plaid EQun'. In'natural or white; Ideal glove for the Holidays.'' Thursday and Friday Per Ladies', Lisle Hose 100 dozen -Egyptian Lisle in colors black .and ttn Sizes 8H to 10 inch; full fashioned, colors. Thursday and' Friday per pair Parcel No. 1 lib Boiled Ham 1 Bottle Prepared Mustard 1 Tin Strawberries Grocery Specials It J IU DUQW l Tin Plneai >b Cow eapple 4 ftft an's Cocoa I .UU !lb fjovernroent cry Butler 'for Harris' Wiltehlre Bacon rer Ib .33 C Parcel No. 2 lib Tin of Salmon 2Hi Tin C. n. Jnni 1 Jar Preserres 'a Pkt. fndia and ff 4 fitl Ceylon Tea, all for Men's Smart Shoes Men's Velpur Bluchers, broad high toe, extend- ed welts; a'snappy shoe for smart wear. Sizes 6 to 10, also In Vt Reg. 4.50; (4 JJC Thursday and Friday Girls' Oxfords Girls1 Tan Viet Oxfords, bluetur cut, spring beel the warm weather. 8, 9, and 10. Regular Thursday and Fridas, 3OC Ladies' Oxfords Woman's Oxfords, soles, patent lip medium height heel. Sizes to 7. j- 4 CC Reg. JS.OOj Thursday and Friday I Men's Suits BO Men's all Spring models, made from smart Imported tweeds m grey, brown and dart rolled effects. Reg value up to 51S.W. C 1 fj Thursday and I U Negligee Shirts ..Fine quality. Zephyr and Prints in. .Pine quality. Zephyr and Prints in, sraa.rt pin and bold stripe. Coat style, soft double cuffi and collar to matcu. Regular Thursday and Friday......... Men's Combinations Men's' Egyptian Collar corapinatlons, in white or natural; iji sizes. Regular ?1.50 nft Tllursday Friday 9 I SALE- -_l( GOODS FOB CASH ONLY TEA Bardlne Toavt, Tea or Coffee ISc. Wildorf Salad, brad and Tea or Coffes SPECIALS Port Wine Jelly and Milk Sponga. Tea or Coffee 15c. Iced Le'monsde, per Gbif 3C NO SALE GOODS WILL BE EXCHANGED The Hudson's Bay Stores Freckle-Face Sun and' Wjnd Bring Out Ujly Spott, How fo Remove Eall'y Here's a cliarice, Mtss freckle-face to try a remedy for frocklca with the Kuaranlee -of .a -reliable dealer that it will-not coat-jou B penny unless it removes the [re'ckleg; while if It does give you a clear complexion the pencc'la trlfllrif." Simply get an Vjunce of othlm doable J. D. lUgln- botham''A Co'r and a appllca- lions ihould sh.ow you how eaty H is to rlcl yourielfo! the homely frecWos and get a beautiful conpleslon Rarely la mbro than one ounce need- ed for" the worst'case Be sure to druggist tor tho double strength' othln'e as this is the prescription tfold guarantee of mofieyJback-.11 It-f alia to remove frecXlei. Smith Bros. Wilson.- i-reath.' Fellow Workers, wreath.'' Executive committee of .Caledonians Ills team-mates, Callies, Anchor and ablet. S. O. E. Football Club, spray. Mr. and Mrs 13crt TqweU, spray. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Nobles, spray. Mr. and Mrs. J.1 Murphy, cross. ilr, and Mrs. J. hughes, spray, J, and A, Johnston, spray. NA-DRU-CO LAXATIVES. Women's cominoriMl root of so much of tadr yields lo the gcnlls but cerU'n icfoa o( Ni-Diu-Co UuUves. t box at your dcuggbl'l. NIlBKUf CHEMICAL 0 Of IIWITCO. 5. O. E. CHUrtCH PARADE Trie Son? 6f England annual church parade ivill take place on May 25. The celebration !B to com- memorate Victoria Day. and all1 the lodges all over Canada will march to church neit Sunday. The local order will leave from trie S. 0. B. hall on Tenth street at 6.30 p.m. rind march to St. Mary's Anglican church In North Lethbridge. The'Kef. Mr. Pop'jam will preach to the order, TAara Is Only One "Bromo Quinine" That Is Laxative Bromo Quinine Rool at the tomorrow night an ef tort will be mad} to devlso some plan 'o brjnB {Wa tiaffj- sute of affairs, fo pass. There are, many suggestions among them a proposal to matte two classes' of membership ,one for tnote engaged In commercial undertakings, who would pay Ihe fee now charged for lo tho Board, the other'class to be composed of profes- aional'and othor men whose occupa- itlon Is not a coramerclal character, LATE FUNERAL The funeral'ofjthe.late John Gray Smltn, bald on Monday afternoon from "the rtslifsnco S13, 8th avenuo south. Mr. Cameron offlclilcil, and farce altftidance teftlflerl to Ihe aad In which VIED THE WOOLO OtOt TO OOK A 9OU> Ht I Always remember the full name. TxjoV for tbis signature ou overy box. 2oc. r Mr. are tie rijlit medkine (er the I tha n.tld, children. Tbt'pall bearers were: kidneys are ouf ofoidtr iien over-indulgence In ...jriietood them indimtion Mortc'o Indian Root Pltanlli quk.Kly and aurcly put rifnt. alrari keepini; a boK of Dr. Merse'i ChUrfnx Wvll gplld, Vrothar; William Wal- ker. Alex Smith and Harold H. Johnson, of Smith Rros. t Wllfcni ste'rens and John S. Johnston, of Caledonian Football club. floral tributes', were: Mn. J. Srallh, and family, wrentb. and Mrs. P. Smith, spray. Mr. and W. Walker, ipray. 1 O 1913 Corns Should Not 'be Treated in an 1813 Way used to pare corns before any treatment was known for Then came liquids ami a chernlct learned huw thsraS- Npw V-wiy Is known to out corns remove Uwm ntlnly, In 43 hours. own that method, and call U Btae-ja; plasters. Simply apply It, and Ihe pain at once. Forget it for hours. Then late oS the pluier and lift Ihe corn out. That's last of Ihal corn. Nopatn.uosortnBl, no Incofl- year over wcro tskea out with Blue-jay, For youf owd sake, let it out yours. A Tn if It s'opi the C af D I nbbcr U colt DAB wizl 11 lootf keeps Ihq mi fron (ptf Ki Ills lo bo Blue-jay Corn Plasters (3Z1) ft Bbck, A rW Y ork, XMun Suited ;