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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, November 16, Tfee Old' Country's Most Delicious Make of Biscuits f THE MOST-FASTIDIOUS APPETITE there is nothing daintier than these light delicate tempting fresh from the. Old Country. They come to this store in half-iiound germ-proof paper packets and sealed in air-tight tin boxes, thus retaining all their delicious original crispness. I "We know -that our inviting in our windqW and the show cases will tempt you to purchase, as they are so the ordinary kinds. Here are, just a few of the many varieties and short delicious biscuit) a Ib. '_____. KIE L FIN Q'E tempting table; ALPETTE splendid water ice, alb........v.65o CRACKNEL light biscuit, a good value at, a Ib. ,65c CURRANT with Scotch Ib.........50c hutter cream-biscuit, a Ib. ..50c ITALIAN good bi-scuit, a COCO'ANUT and nutty, a for the wee tots, a db. CAFE a good tea biscuit, a Ib. BUTTER for five-o'clock teas, Ib. make your mouth water, a Ib. 40c SOLAR' "400 the. tea table, .a Ib. PEpPLE'S good mixed biscuit, a Ib. _______ LIKB THESE in the city-They. have a temptingrdelicious individuality of their See our window display''tonight. We Also Sell Bread, Cakes and Fine Pastry The High Quality Grocery Store Small service is true service while it i roiiowed toy an -automobXe drive for lastfi: the whole party through the city and Of friends, however humble, scorn suburbs. Returning, they were enter- not one; The daisy, by the shadow that it cast_ Protects the lingering dewdrop from the sun. -Wordsworth. How to Grow Hair ,lt- has been proven that' Henna tain the Ingredients that positively grow hair. That-..they tcontain, this long-looked for article te proven every day.., preparation is called SALVIA being''sold with a 'guarantee to. cure, Dandruff and to grow hair "in Being daintily perfumed, ISALVIA makes a.most pleasant hair Jressing. The Alberta Drug Book is the first-to'. im- port.-this preparation into Lethbridge and -A-large, generous bottle, procured for.50c- GRAVE CHARGE ENTERED -Montreal Hospital Ac- Pernussioriless Autopsy Montreal, Nov.- 'J. E jChoquelrfce ha's'-entered action. against ithe General' Hospital :of this-'city 'lor damages- Her, husband'-was shaken ill in the street and died in the OiospitaT.'a lew-' minutes-- after--'his--'ad- ImissioJi.' She notwith- isranding a vcar.d. ot identification iountj fcn the'bVdy' it wa-s dissected 'without permission and afterwards sent to the fcnorgue. SH POLITICAL SITUATION IS ACUTE of Colds GbOD ADVICE REGARDING "THE PREVENTION OF COUGHS AND '-COLDS- and the the '.majority of cases .of coughs, colds ia might" be avoided. These troubles are.freq-uently'due -to -weakness, which proUiices-.a catarrhal th'e nmcons" membrane- which is al skin -of "When' -this skin is becomes easily[ infect ed with germs' which- >cause- many the diseases to.uwhich flesh is. heir. Healthy muco.us membranes are essen- tial safeguards 'of the- tody's- -general health. .We-, have "a" remedy, which we hon- estly beliav.e .to. be unsurpassed in ex- cellence for the prevention of coughs, coluS and- all catarrhs.! Ife Js" the prescription of a. famous cian who has an enviable reputation of thirty years of cures gained through the'.use of this formula. We .promise to "no for. the medicine should it fail to do as we claim. Wo everybody who has need of such a medicine to try Rexall Mucu-Tone. It stands to reason ithat we could not afford to-make such statements and give our own personal guarantee to'this remedy if we were not pre- pared to prove the reasonableness of our claim in every particular, and we see no reason why anyone should hes- Nov. Asquith. has deman-ded that if the people at the elections which 'he expects to call in give an overwhelming support to the Liberal ministry-King agree ..to. create -suffi- cient Liberal purs to outvote the Conservatives in the House of Lords. In way Asquith expects to. have the House of Lords pass the parlia- ment" bill fciy which the veto power is to he-taken away hereditary Jeers realm. A Liberal House of Commons to be sure might pass a veto but it would not, become aw until.it had: been passed Sy ,the House or: Lords. The -'latter body vouia notVasvat ,think itself. It is real jized is.-apt to be precipi- tated by the coup sprung in the -up- per house, Lans- esowne -who .announced "that ,he.. would make a request today "the gov- ernment should inimediately introduce the parliament bill in that, chamber. The Earl of Crews, leader ot the-gov- ernment, replied that he -did not know what-action the ministry would-take in reference "to the request .which-it is admitted is. intended.to, seriously hamper ,'the Liberals. If the; latter should accede to 'Lansdowne's de- mands they would precipitate the veto question in a. House of Commons not overwhelmingly .Liberal and in a House ot Lprds known to .he antagon- ,istic. As be' presumed that the Lords'; will favorably Consider.the bill, introduction ol it at would have the effect of greatly delay ing the-' On" the other hand--a relusal ;tp "introduce it 'would place, the government in of 'going b-etore the., Ipenple with.Jtlie inti'rcation that the'iainistry. had met a.reverse even beldte'it'had brought out its'veto bill SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ;VIsiTlNG...DAYS The 'h'bstesses tomorrow will Urs..Alex. Smith. Urs. Homer. Gay. Mrs. Young. virs! .WVA. Hamilton. 'f 'Mrs... W; Ross MacKeuzie, of .Royal spending 'a few 'days with irs. Andrew. TiUey. ,s Mrs. A. L. Foster are-homg their Seattle and other Washington cities. Mrs. .Joseph .-Morgan, 53 Argyle .will receive tomorrow for the irst time since her return from the east- Her mother; Mrs. Davy, of Bath, receive with her. .Miss Estelle McCaul, professional nurse, .has resigned her' position on the staff of. the Dainty private hospital in Leihbridge, andt arrived home on .b'ridsy to spend; sqine time with .her M. board of rail- way 'comiSIssionersr for Canada, and McCauL, 1806.'Fifth' street ;algary Herald. Mrs. .Hamilton has kindly consented to throw.open her.home, 307 Bruntoh street, oh. Saturday afternoon" .between hours of. three-thirty -and six o'clock, for the benefit of St.-Monica's tained at tea -Dy Mrs. David Spencer at her beautiful'home, "Llandemer." U'ollowing- the concert in the Mr. and-Airs. Griffiths Hughes enter- tained at supper, presenting each of their; countrywomen with a gold en- ameled maple leaf pin, as a souvenir of their visit to Victoria, CLUBS AND SOCIETIES JSvery member of SL Monica's Guila is energetically working for the com- ing Christmas bazaar which the Guild are planning to hold early, in Decem- ber. One, afternoon each week the wo- men ..of the parish meet for and. the of dainty novelties appropriate for..glfts and more service-: a'bje articles, aprons, etc., will ?un-J doubtedly .prove -a-boon -many; women in the city who. do no needle- Thirty, members gathered in he parish hall yesterday, afternoon nd needles fairly new for two hours. The devotional -of hurch Westminster Guild was well ttended on Mctkiay evening lasti The ubject, "Moses; the was fully by-Rev. His short- comprehensive address on the nooks -of the Pentateuch was very in- CHANGES was earned by this morning likcli- ho.ou that for amend- ihents to 'various will >e held over, until'the next session of MAY MODIFY THE NAVAL BILL Ottawa, Ont., is a persistent- report current here that Sir Wilfrid Laurier will bring for- ward legislation early in the session j-uild." An attractive musicale and -be the.form of entertainment tffered the. guests." nuniper "of friends visited Mrs. Hayr yesterday. afternQpn, it-being the .first time she. had-received since her return from 'England.. The hostess re- ceived her callers wearing a 'becoming gown platinum veoli.eiiHe with band- ings allover.lace yoke of the same shade. Miss Hings assisted and looked! well in cinnamon crepe with, .under .of. pastelle green pipings._of1 'being used to adorn and bodice.- A pretty niihk toQuVwith crushed vel- in; asking and answering questions throughout the meeting. Mr. Gordon- closed his address with the reeltatfon- of -Mrs.> Alexander's poem, "The; Burial of-Moses." Imrgg- straiuonee is desires at the social on Monday next. All are welcome and a good programme IB tteing prepared. The. directora of the "Y" residence met Monday- afternoon. A number of bills-were.'passed upon and the mat-" ron's ''submitted and Accepted. After'.a.lengthy" discussion it was de- cidea'that" the. sterner sex would be admitted to. the -home when properly "chaperone'd'! by their wires for lunch- eon and. tea'. Ask Your Grocer V for One -of the things nest is that it toe -built out -i short way and. have ftve or. ten acres ..of. inade as much as and in no. -way pfcson: '-or' 1 ji 'CQUJ3.C11 while-there, was a perfect-twill have-to take.'tip, says, Mayor.Ad- ireedQIlL in- aslrinsr and TIP TIT CflTne! '.fc..' _' he legislature, jni-vie-wi, of "the large number the im- mediate -House this It', is." as the in regard to chatters is not of a permanent character that applications for amendments are'ma-dc; nearly -every session; they coul-d easily ha til nest mittee on standing orders held its in- itial session in the legislative assem- bly chamber this morning for ihe dis- cussion of rules, while a. meeting of the committee on colonization and agriculture is called for tomorrow morning. ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING OF-TRAIL YOUNG MAN Trail, B. C., Nov. Koehn, a ranch hand, employed on- the Hintz ranch, about three miles'west of the city, was accidentally shot 'by his cnum, Rimo Rux, "about; o'clock itate --fyj-accept our offer and try it. 'last night when returning-frora a visit We .have two sizes of Rexall Mncu- to friends in the city. J. B. .Tone, prices 50 cents Si .00. Some- held si, 5.0-oent.bottle is sufficient to afternoon. Y, j i_ 1 The jury returned a verdict of-acci dental death and attached a rider re- commending that more stringent regu naval bill. The reason government supporters ;e of Quebec in order to their seats from the rising tide of Bourassism is neman-ding some- thing more substantial than campaign education .which they even work, more to their disadx'ant- age than the Nationalist campaign. The only thing that will suit them'is said to be a definite declaration in the bill that the- ships 'of-Canada shall be used solely for the-defence of Canadian .coasts and that- they will not participate in England's wars. vet, crown, of Madame Hushes-Thomas" berg of the RqyaL.'Welsh Ladies' ry who'will bej: heard; at the Ma- jestic Friday 'were much feted by compatriots, residents in Vic- toria, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Grif- fiths Hughes gave .a; lunch which was -r1 CUPID'S COURT A wedding was Celebrat- ed .Monday evening at'the home of Mr, and 'Mrs. J: W.-Yermilyea, 1410 Fourth street, Calgary, when their Kathleen, was united in. marriage to William Ft frey, of this -city. Rev. A. Tuttle, M of Wesley Methodist church periormed. the ceremony. "Mr.; and Pumfrey left on the evening train for Portland; Ore., will spend- their honeymoon at the coast cities. On their return they will reside in Lethbridge. A HOG CHOLERA IN THIS VICINITY Hog cholera has" been dis- covered in this vicinity, Dr. M_ V. Gallivan having had to Mil several hogs at -the farAs of E. j. Cook and C. Kane. Dr. Gallivan does, not know yet how extensive the plague is but all people .should notify him at Lethbridge just as soon as they notice any of, their hogs ..taking sick. The Cook ane -Kane places are quaran- tined and every precaution is being taken.c CONSTABLE HALL Place of detention.', -lae city-should 'build it, anfr conduct it, the Associated Charities, the Salvation Army and. .another. equal government: makes- It' compul- sory .for cities some quart- ers for neglected .and'delinquent chil- dren who ;are" thrown upon the- public, whenever "-the need arises, and. the. mayor believes that the time aas ;'arrived .in the Jease of not do-better "than to erect the most suit- able placevposslBle Atr years Jess- one -day-: iffXhei- Central' ror assaiut on a little'-giri.l: fc? i HOW WRIGHTS JEWELRY SALE IS ADVERTISING THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE.: Bringing the People to Toyvn From All Over the Southern Part of the Pro- vince, is Just What Champion !s Do- inn. the most chronic case is i an average of three large .bottles. You obtain Rexall Remedies in Leth- bridge only at our Rexall ladons -be enforced regarding the pro Store. J. D. Higinbotham Spe- nUacuous use and purchase Agents. I arms. of fire ARE THESE YOTJK CLOTHES? Would yon TOLERATE this FILTHY and UNSANITARY practice in an "all white" 'Steam laundry. Think of it. Lethbridge Laundry Company Phone 451 P. O. Box 477 Wright's stock and champion prices have -been heard of-the country and the people are coming up from the: many parts to celebrate the jewelry feast' With Christmas but a few ks awav tha bnyiiig of be large and enthusiastic, and Wright's stock and "Cham- pion" prices are the two most talked of things in Lethbridge today. The passers-by are attracted :by the window of Wright's. Champion has window full of S15 S20 and ?25 articles with a big placard Choice ?5.00." That's why people from a'distance are talking_ Lethbridge, Wright and Champion. PROTECTIVE TARIFF Kingston, Nov. The .Board Trade passed a strong resolution op- of posing reciprocity with States. A reduction of the the United present tariff, it tilings, would foe injurious to Canadian interests. If holds that the Canadian tariff should be framed to encourage capital to -be invested here and; to permit the manufacture of many goods in Canada which are now Imported. Hike Stunco, John Babina, Elek Kaunas, Joe Mehilik, Mat Mundrak, and Alec Boruseusi, the'1 sis Austri- ans charged with brutally assaulting Thomas Hall, the Stafiordville con- stabel, are being tried summarily to- day before Justices of the Peace C H. West and J. 0. Wilson. S. J. Shepherd is prosecuting on behalf df Hall and the village of Stafiordville, while the six accused, who are beine; tried all are unrepresented legally. Hall, the complainant, was abte appear and give evidence. His usaa presented a frightfully bruised gashed, and battered appearance. He told how, when he had placed the man Babina under arrest for .being drunk and disorderly and was taking him to the police station, as he pass- ed the house of the prisoner. Hannas where a christening celebration had been held, ten or rrore men rushed out and took Babina from him. Someone seized him from behind and the whole crowd set upon him, knocked him down, beat him and kicked him. He positively identified the six prisoners- That Hacking Cough Ifr-win-get Trorse instead of better unless you do-sometiiingf to "rare it; MAfHIElfSSYRJDP PHONE 1027 Gil more 2ndAve.ANonth will- promptly colds, grippe all -troables -arisiny from and 3. TOO. down systeta.. Keep it in the house at all tnaes, ready for emer- gencies. cents; all dealers. SterbrMfce. He. .WAS- BOUND THE PEACE S- H. Davy appeared: 'at the police court this- morning .-charged with coni- mitting a ibreach of peace by Breaking into the home of Anna Davy his and threatening to" do her-, actual ibodily iarmr; pleafied. guft Distributors for Western Canada FOLEY BROS. LARSON COMPANY Winnipeg, Edmonton, Vancouver, Sas- -in a 'bond- ;keep- the1' peace for., six months.- The'complainanV'Mrs.- allied to -thfi magistrate ifor protectiok against her She said never supported her. since they married, and they had lived-, apart most of the "time, she making liv- ing by dress making in .this city." He was always suspicious, of herj espeo. tally when drunk. He ,.to "her house on .Monday evening, 'th tor Ifquor, and -appeared, to the impressipn she had another man, in the house. He ill used re- peatedly threatened to -There was .absol-utely nothing in his suspic- ions and he made- her life .unbearable by them, MARKETS Wii'intpeo Wheat Winnipeg, Nov. opened 94 closed 93H; December opened 92 closed 91 Vs; May opened closed closed 1 Nor. OsV' Nor. 3 Nor_s7: 2 W. OatsTf 3 Barley W. Kerbj turned the first sod this morning upon tbe site upon-which' will rise the new Calgary, college, at the end of Seventh avenue, facing 'Wewata Park. A num- ber of governors witnessed the'cere- mony. i., Nov. 21 One Night Only PIONEER MEDICINE HAT MERCHANT SELLS OUT Medicine Hat, Nov. of .Med- icine Hat's oldest -firms. James Rae's hardware, is about to change hands, Mr. Kae having- .sold the -business to Bernie Bros., of Phoenix, B. C. The two brothers have been carrying on a similar .business in British Columbia, one of them having been engaged also the lumber business in Calgary. J To-morrow we in the store lately occu- pied by C A. Cboksley in the Hill Block. We shall carry a full line of Meats of the best quality, and solicit your patronage. 514 Dufferin St. 472. ;