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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, May 22, UUJu 11EKAL1> COWAN'S PERFECTION Cowan's seems to hit the right spot It is a great food for husky young- ath- letes satisfies the appetite: easy to digest: and 172 DO TOU USE COWAN'S COCOA? CAUGHT HIM AI Yesterday .morning, .Chief xGillespie received a .from Chief Pontct of Great Falls, Montana, giv-r ing a description of a man named Kosebaum, a hide dealer of that city, who skipped out after rais- ing a large sum of money under i'alse pretcjiccs. ;'13gan: was de- tailed on the case and-found T.hut the man hau been -in the city, but gone to Macleod. The Macieod police. [were notified and succeeded in r.iipre- bending the-man, who" will Tie !.nought, EDITED BY "UNO." Office Phone, Residence 1224 620 Miss Charlotte McClure Ladies of the Maccabees will .afternoon to spend the'.suminer .viejit- a business meeting tomorrow ev- ing relatives in Eastern Ontario.) eriing at 8 o'clock at the apartments i j of Sirs-' Prince, Suite 28, Dominion ICckstorm have Jus i Block. Every member is especially tnowi- requested to attend this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. their guests Mrs. Kckstorm's back to Lethbridge andMicia Mere icr i; Mrs. Wilkin, and ,her daughter, the Falls authorities. Ku baum was a hide and junk toiler Great- Falls. DIED FROM HEAT Mrs. Tole, of Seattle. Hastings Mewburn, who is a stu- dent at McGill University, Montreal.: The executive Committed of the Woman's Civic Club, will meet at t-he home'of the recording secretary, 52-11 Sixth, si reel, south, tomorrow alter- RESULTS OF LAST ELECTIONS IN NOVA SCOTIA The results of the last general elec- tion of Nova Scotia which was on June 20, 190ft. are given telow. Halifax and Pictou return three mem- bers each. Other counties return two relieve and cure of the They re-lnforcc the stomach by supplying-the--active principles needed for the digestion of all kinds of food. Try one after each mad, 50c. a box, If your druggist has not stocked them yet, send SQe. and we will mall you a box. .33 Drue and Chemical 'Company of Limited. ou Those receiving the number of votes, and not necessarily in the order as given, elected. A record of by-elections held since the general elections will be found at the end of these tables. Bancroft 0. T. Daniels' (Lib.) A. L. Davidson (Con.) Hachc (Lib.) M. Doucett (Lib.) D. MacLach !an (Lib.) C. E. MacMillan largest j (Con) Daniel'MacNeil (Con.) arrived-in the city Saturday to spend j noon at 4 o'clock. the vacation with his and Mrs. Mewburn. parents, Dr. Reward Infor Alontreal, May deaths nave resulted here as the result oi Saturday and Sunday's -intense weather. Saturday afternoon Francis Xavier LeNeucer. a farmer, dropped dead as the-i was attending to some monetary- business on St. James St.', and John Larsb, aged 71, night watch- man at the Canadian Rubber Co. office., succumbed "to the exhaustion from the great heat. is extremely. hot today, the thermometer registering 76 at S regarding Clement Gobcl- rapidly. crawling up to- in the shade point with o'clock and ward the much humidity in the air. Winnipeg. :May are published here offering ic- ivard for information that will to the discovery of Clement THE FATHER GO Yesterday a number of the members of the Country Club spent the day at the links, enjoying a picnic lunch- eon at midday-. Mrs. R. F. Smith will receive to- morrow for the last time formally this, season. In the evening Mrs. Smith will be at home to the young people- Mr. and Mrs. G.. E..Moth have their guest'Mr. Moth's mother, Mrs. A. L. Moth, who arrived in the city her home in Mid- land; a fortnight's visit. Mr. A. Jarvis will address the members League -on evening. The members of Wesley Ladies' Aid Society will not meet this week. An earnest membership -campaign is be- ing waged this week and Wednesday, H. 2.152; 11. H. Wickwire (Lib.) C. A. Canipbei! (Ind.) E. Saw- yer (Con.) (Lib.) Lunenburg-C. u. Mader (Lib'.) i 27-1 H. A. .March (Lib.) ,2.254 C. Alfred j s. Marshall (Con.) C. A. Lar- der (Con.) Chisholm pictou-R. M. MacGregor (Lib.) R. MacKay (Lib.) of Westminster Epworth j-A-CCl. E Munroe (Con.) ;.C. E. "Citizenship'1 tomorrow) J. Gillis (Lib.) 1897, j Tanner (Con.) J. M. Baillie A. S. Kendal (Lib.) R. H. (Con.) Geo. Patterson (Lib.) ljutts (Con.) J. W. Maddin j (Con.1) 4.777. D. Hill (Lib.) 5C7 B. F. Pearson (Lib.) .J. If. MacCleave (Con.) John Suckling (Con.) Whitman (Con.) C. P. (Lib.) Accl.; F. R. Trotter May 3lst, the former members will hold a reception and ten, the guests being the new members. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Aug- ustin's church'will meet tomorrow afternoon to pack the bale of clothing j P. Paul (Lib.) C19 Hon. T. Pipes. (Lib.) j C. F. Jorrieson (Con.) Dan MacLeod (Con.) A. H. Ciaieau (Lib.) A. M. Gidiiey (Lib.) E. M. Farrell (Lib.) 1.008 Rev. C. F. Cooper (Lib.) 874; J- S, H-ughes (Con.) 75-1; J. G. Pykc (Con.) 588. P. Bissett (Lib.) 1- HO Simon -Joyce (Lib.) 766 Felix Landry (Con.) 805; Edward Doyle j (Ind.) 398. Irwin (Lib.) dared, he was returned by acclama-r lion. Hon.--.Amr brose H. Comeau (Lib.) member cd. having accepted a seat in the Sea ate of Canada, J..W- ComeaU. elected by acclamation.' V 18, J. O'Brien. (Lib.) Everett, A. (Con.) IS, Robert, Hi MacKay (Lib.) :vChas. ner (Con.) Breton) (November 17, A. A. Buchanan acr 24, J- H-. Livingston (Lib.) Ti S. Rogers (Con.) A-'Laht-y-, (Labour) r 24, bert Parsons (Con.) V7. M; Christie Lunenburg Hon. A. K. MacLean J. Margeson (Con.) 16, J. Hall (Con.) A. T i -i.-J' v ji. vjiunev iijiu. they are sending'to an uidian boy H g3 rt inn -1 f I-l-iv- i Edmonton'clear...... GO ;-'0 Calgary, fair 3-1 Lethbridge, raining OG -7 .09 innipeg, clear 79 -12 It has been showery in Saskatche- The Knox church choir have decid- ed to repeat their third annual con- cert-in the church. Monday evening, 29th. jjian, formerly of Woodford wan and Alberta, but no rain report- Essex, England, who arrived at Jed iii Manitoba. Moderately warm fax, X.S., ''April 9, 1907, on' his way j weather has prevailed throughout 3V'1 an to Alberta.-' 'He left Macleod on it'oba and Saskatchewan, while it has March 17.'1908 for Calgary and reg- been cooler in Alberta, istered'at ;'ihe. Dominion Hotel in "the FORECAST All sn-.l a left the hotel the following day in little warmer today and on T left the hotef the dollowing day in company of a man named Burton and has not "been heard of since. Solici- tors in London, are enquiring" for him. who lives on' a reservation at Lake. Hav vlt Hair Are Facts We Want Prove at Our Risk Marvelous as it. may. seem, ,P- "93" Hair Tonic.has You to OF RED MEN Ly.tle and Fet terly, who attended the Methodist Women's Missionary convention -at CalgSry last week, returned home Saturday afternoon. Miss of Toronto, spent the week-end visiting her brother, H, Nicholson. While in the city she was entertained at the home of Mrs. J. j F. Hamilton, Brunton street. 'Miss" Nicholson, left this afternoon, to visit with in Edmonton. Mrs. C. H. Devjne, who has been a 'G-alt Hospital patient for the past The Women's Missionary Auxiliary of Wesley church, will meet Thurs- day afternoon at 3.30. A detailed report of the branch meeting at Cal- gary will be given by the delegate, Mrs1. .Every member is re- I ouesled to attend, the meeting. en. the government in More- than Spokane, Wash., -May prints of Indians on the Spokane and (bblville reservations are being' used as means of identification .in drawing money due from treaty payments. 000 has been 'placed "by the "United States 'suo-treasury at San. Francisco to the credit of Captain John McA. superintendent of iated reserves, with headquarters at Liltles, Wash., and of this am- roots of, the hair, jount is available in -the stimulating ana nounsiim? them. It L is a most Dleasanr toilef necessity, deltcatsily-perfumeU'aTid-win not gum m-gt.on nor permanently the hair. itnat heads that .were once bald. Of course, in none of these cases were the hair roots dead, nor hart tnc scalp taken. on a glazed shiny appearance. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic' :acts 'scien- tifically; "destroyinc the serms "'which' are usually responsible for baldness. The proceeds from the Eureka mat- inee on Saturday afternoon amounted to The matinee was most en- tertaining and it is to be regretted that there wasn't a larger attend- ance. Mr. Morris gave the entire pro- ceeds to' the Lethbridge Relief So-; .clety.and Nursing Mission. The collection taken ar the S.O.E. service at St. -Augustrn's church yes- j terday afternoon, amounting to' S8l85t was donated to the Flower] Guild. One-half of-Uiis -was! Theriault- (Con.) 774. F. Ellis (Lib.) 795 WJL. Whitman (Lib.) S. R. Griffin (Con.) G. A. R. Rowlings (Con.) I) MacPhcrson (Lib'.) G. E. Faulkner (Lib.) R. E. Finn (Lib.) G. M. Camp bell, (Con.) W. M. Sedgewick (Con.) W. F. O'Connor (Con.) 3.043. A. Drysdalc (Lib.) E. P. MacHefiy' (Lib.) E. A. O'Brien (Con.) C. S. Wilcox (Con.) MacDonald (Lib.) 140: M. H. Nickerson (Lib.) N. R. Craig (Con.) 930 T. C. Lock-j wood (Con.) S09 H; Armstrong (Lib.) H. A. M. Perrin 815 R. N. D'Entrenio'nt 512. BY-ELECTIONS STATEMENT BY MAYOR ADAMS The results of the various by-elec-1 Speaking to the 'Herald tions which have taken place from jthe comPlaint made by, G. J. Bryan; June 20, 1906, to June 1, the_ Alberta Loan.and In- as follows -v 9, Hon. vestment Mayor Adame says that the council never had an applicatibk Irom the company to erect anything Christopher P. Chisholm (Lib.) was over the street. There was merely a appointed commissioner of public jDlue print laid on the-council table, works and mines and thereby "vacated [No tegular application- for .-permission. his seat. An election having been de-I to erect the portico was made. fortnight, was'removed to her apart- ments in the Victoria Mansions this afternoon! Madame 'Devine. arrived in j to have ;been given the church, but the city from Prince Albert on Sat- urday and will spend son-e weeks with: her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. Mabee, gratli branch real, left for manager" of the Ma- of the Bank of Mont- Toronto on Saturdav. Webster overnment has abolished the We want YOU to'JP.ert'a bottle of Rex-1pfiictice of Accepting a -witness mark and therefore substituted .-.thumb prints, record This necessitates -a -duplicate of prints, one use at the agency, and the other -for the- bank, in all "flS" Hair Tonic and use it-as di- rected." If it doe's coc -'relieve scalp irritation, remove dandraff, prevent "the. hair-Srom. falling" promote .an increased growth of hair, and in Indian's money is placed't every way. satisfaction, MS credit. The paying .of- 6 VS.' rather slow work at this tinie as man hand back to you every penny you -em are at work in farms' paid us for it.-- Two sizes, 50c; and and and hop fields in variou 51.00. Sold- only at our Parts, of-the Pacific slope country: ..Thi Rexall Store. J. B. Higinbothazn Co., Ltd., special agents. money is in payment for'lands'taken j over' by the' government. WE HAVE EVERY THING YOU WANT Mr. Wright, of Winnipeg, who will be acting manager during Mr. Mabee's absence, spent the week-end in the city, the guest of the members of -the Lethbridge staff. The event of the week will he the Assembly dance Friday evening and 'those who received invitations a furore over their costumos. 'A I number'-of out of town guests will attend this last of the season's large j affairs and two or three girls who have been visiting in the city and ex- pected, to make their departure early this week, have been persuaded to remain'over for the dance. the rector, on behalf of the parish, j donated it to the Guild also. Each and. svery mother and daugh- ter in -Lethbridgc should attend the j lecture in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. The subject of the lecture will be, "The Mother and Her and will be delivered by Professor T. W. Shannon, of St. Louis, Mo. The girls, of the school will be ex- cused in time to attend the lecture and all other giris over fourteen j will be welcome. It is seldom, the j women of the city have an opportun- i ity of listening to so able a speaker j as Prof. Shannon, 'pand it is hoped j audience of "mothers j and d Wlll grect him to. morrow afternoon. Our Groceries have just arrived, and the prices are the lowest in Lethbridge. A trial order will convince you Big Bargains in China and Just received a lot of Men'sand Boys'i_ W.esley League will hold a social evening to which everyone is cordially invited. The Literary-Social Committee has exception- Miss Lucile Eckstorrn's Tally Ho party, 'given Saturday evening for Miss Dora Rogers, was a jolly affair, (.ally good time. There will be a short i The group of young people, .programme, followed by refreshments.) ed by the hostess' aunt, Mrs. Among those on the programme of Seattle, were .driven TO the Dallas j Misses Way, Cascadden and Dicer, i Farm, where Mrs. Eckstorm awaited j and Messrs. Woods and Dunning. The) Large consignment of Menfs Boys' Clothmgl Ladies' Wrappers, Skirts and Waists, which we place on sale this week at prices .fewerthanever. If you are from Missouri give us a call them. A delicious supper was served and-eaten by candle light, the menu including all the luxuries peculiar to a large'farn-, was immensely enjoyed by the visitors. The _invited guests were Misses Helen Mewhurn. Dora Rogers, Reta anah, Eda Hatch, Isabel Macbeth, Bessie Patteson, Jessie Macbeth, Et-1 siller." Henderson, Cousins and Mrs. Mc- .elland, Messrs. Christie, Harris, Newcombe, Martindale. Fisher, Tves, T. W. Robertson ar.d Higinbqth'am.- The first Flower-Guild tea given in Bentley and Company's store Sat- rday afternoon, was so great a fin- ricial success that the members have Sunday school orchestra will furnish music during the evening. A special effort has been put forth by young people to make this social a success and they will be pleased to welcome you. Strangers are r-rst heartily invited. A .silver collection TV ill be taken, "so dinna forget yer THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS .ecided io hold a series of siiJ'ilar'af- airs throughout the sumrrrer. prob- ably fortnightly or monthly. The courtesv- and interest shown by Mr. WE COULDN'T TELL IN A WEEK EVERY ARTiCLE WE HAVE'IN OUR STORE REMEMBER JUST THIS HARPWARE WE HAVE IT I WE GIVE FULL WEIGHT. FULL MEASURE AND A FAIR PRICE WE WANT TO SEE YOU IN OUR STORE MORE THAN ONCE- -Agnew Co, MAJESTIC TONIGHT "i-phn Griffith and his company open up artlie Majestic tonight'in "Othello'1'; The coming season In local theatri- cals-will include some of the road attractions now entour. including Mn. Griffith in a choice repertoire the strongest bill is the late Irvine's masterpiece 'Th.e It is needless to-say that Mr. Griffith's will give the same conscien- tionus .performance that has always stamped his work as most excellent. Ripley and his staff in assist-.ig .rendition of M-athias in members with their preparations, was been applaudec? by the fore- grcatiy appreciated. Besides lending most critics throughout the T r j i TTnl .Clto i iSC O ll If the china and space in the store the company donated all the.tea used. The proceeds at the conclusion of the afternoon when counted to. the splendid sum of Mrs. C. P-.- P. Convhearc and Mrs. J. R. An- "if you live out of town, write us." dcrson were assisted by the Misses- Hatch, Cavan.ih. Rogers, Hutton, Vrooman and McLachlan. The presi- dent and members of the Guild wish to sincerely thank everyone who do- nated towards the tea. States, and -with his excellent supporting company it is safe to say the'theitre-goers of Lethbridge will in- i deed ha've a rare treat in store. DELAYS ALL ;_ CROWS NEST TRAINS! snow and rain in-fcrthc' mountains caused a mud-slide on, Crow's Nest line today., eastbound passenger, two- .and. a. line. Jam. 5 Ib. pail .........75c 5-piece China toilet set Boys' Shirts ...........50c Ladies'Waists ..........65c Towels, a pair .........I0c Men's large white handker-' chiefs, 4 for ..........25c Ladies' fine linen handker- chiefs, 2 for ..........15c Police suspenders ..'.....25c Men's Union Made shirts 65c Ties ...........15c, 25c. 30c Mtn's balbrigyan underwear, per s.uit ..............85c Men's overalls..........85c Self opening umbrellas, dou- ble frame ............95c Men's hats in all styles and colors Ladies' wrappers .......95c Ladies' Night .51.25 and boys' shoes ..95c Ladies' shoes Men's up Mens' pants up Men's suits up Cups and saucers, set ...lOc Socks, 4 pairs .........25c Pencils, per doz.......I5c Men's iinen collars ....10c Men's washable vests in up- to-date styles Ladies' skirts, from up Men's caps .........45c up Pepper and salt shakers .10c Strictly fresh eggs, doz. .25c Rolled oats, per S-lb. sack 35c. Christie's or Perrin's sodas, per box..............20c Baking Powder, can 15c Force, 2 -boxes ..........25c Tea pots..............25c Lai-ge sized glass water pitch- ers..................20c Good large sized piates ..10c Glass creamers and sugar bowls for 35c Shoe brushes, 2 in 1 ...20c Extra, good quality razors 95c Lamp chimneys, large size 2 for ................15c Working gloves 10c Corn or salmon, per can .10c Good coffee, per Ib......25c Good tea, per Ib........25c Extra large, lanterns, best quality, complete......90cj Men's extra good quality rain coats Lamps, from....... 30c .up Corn Flakes, 3 boxes ....25c Owing to the big demand for our groceries, we were un- able to furnish many items, but'we wish to patron from now on we will have a stock to meet the de- mand of every housekeeper, and just as fast as it can be brought by freight u-e will have a complete general mer- chandise stock, and the pric- es will be _Iower than else- where on- everything: -J glance at our -window' di's-. play and call to -Blue Store will positively make you our patron. Don't forget we are compel- led on account of the new by- law to close at 6 o'clock ex- cept Saturdays at 10 o'clock so please shop early .and don't get disappointed- Don't fail to get one of our new price lists. 606 New Dominion Buildidg, Fourth Ave., op. New Court House S. LISS, Manager ;