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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Monday, Octopfrm RAISE STORAGE C.P.R. Object to Business- men Leaving Stuff 1 here a Long Time THE BREAD MAN is' the man .most popular in" Our bread ''wins in a because it "is" 'pure; and with. substantial "body" to it that satisfies all.. EVERY BREADWINNER To put a stup to the practice of local merchants of using the Trash t j sheds-here for storage purposes, have raised the storage ratrs i from, two cents per Hundred pounds I pec week after twenty-four hours' no- tice.of. arrival to ten cents. Letbb'ridge merchants Mrs.'Alvin RIpley-, Dufferin St." Airs. T. P. Perry, Wesley Parsonage. a Mrs. p. 't: tfaismtth 'will' not- ceive tomorrow. Tuesday, afternoon. f- X Mrs. H. 'BawJor.. 014 Coutts street- will receive on '.xad that on the second Wednesday of each montn. ;Mrs. Bentley. 419 Hurdpt: street, ill receive on Wednesday first, time since her return to Lethbridse, 'and not again tinti! after the-marriage-' 01 her dausnter. A lei. and .Mrs. Halliday of are file guests of their daughter, Mrs." Horace Ford, Coutts street. -Miss Annie Messer returned on Sat from Calgary, where she been visiting for the last week. has -boasted that they .could use ,the "reight warehousing 'goods Cheaper- than they- pan do. elsewhere, that the sheds ai'eal- for this and at the same time, re- ceive numerous complaints that th? Lethbridge sheds are not large enough to' accommodate the'-traffic. Freight Traffic Manager Mclnnesl of and Assistant Freight Trai Of the twenty-four lady delegates who registered at the Dry Farming uongress at '.Spokane', ten were -from Alberta. Mrs. George W. Robinson and 'Mas- ter Jim returned home on. Saturday which would make I acceptable gifts, may be procured. Tea sandwiches and cake will be" served during the.afternoon and evening and m the evening an excellent musical programme will be given. V y.t. Sunday school en- joyed a splendid automobile trip around the city Saturday afternoon, the, little folks .piled into the Alex- andra bus .and the cars of Oliver A, ;Caiminghatn and were tak- en jaround.-the city, visiting the fnir grounds, park, witnessing the race, .the river .-bottoms and Diamond City.' At tea time, they returned .to the Par- ish'.Kail and enjoyed the substantial and appetizing goodies prepared. After tea games were played on the Ree- torv. .lawns. TAYLOR'S "UNO7' (MAPLE LEAF If cocoa is your favorite beverage by means enjoy it at its best- as made with Cowan's Perfection Cocoa.- Thfc acme of purity, richness and flavor. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Visiting Days Hostesses tomorrow will be: THE COWAN CO. Limited. TORONTO. 135 for choice, fresh Cut Flowers, Hoses, Car lily of the Valley. And all .ot'her .Flowers in sea- son. Funeral Designs, Wed- ding Bouquets and Plants ot all. kinds for sale and to rent. Free delivery to all parts of the city. Corner Ba'rUeti; and London Road; Phone. -675. P. 0. Bos 1353. MAGRAlfSMAp _ WILL RETIRE Magrath, Oct. an interview, today Mayor Jensen announced his in- tention of declining the norainatioa for re-election in the .coming civic elections. His reason for this action is because of his taking over the- management of the .Jensen Ranching BACKACHE 1HEANS A: No ._ tratipa 01 the town has prov- it set- f-a iinnseli capable every respect tied into Diabetes or Brigh't's and. many, valuable improvements j Disease JX'athcrsiiaw returned iay from Uie Dry Farming' sress. He reports, a splendid' -Pape.'s Diuretic acts. at. once-.upon'-'. iall: "n the kidneys, "bladder anehentirfe'' urin- i He speaks very highly of Alberta j exhibits, saying a large crowd {was always surrounding it. Southern Alberta is on every lip. Many Washington people who own large the kidneys, "bladder urin- yes- ary system, cleanses, heals and" Jates and. glaiidi Y and .completes the few..'f days. you suspect: At.-St.'Augustin's church Saturday evening the rector, Rev. j. E. Murrell- ftiifiii IU Wriglit celebrated lie marriage of j home-for .the hospital. John Glazebrook of this city and Mary j__ A. Sattnder -of Brighton, Eng. Mr. and jvrrs, Giazebrook will reside in Leth- Solomon Mclnlyre, of Bunyan P. have :ield jr 0., Sarnia, was futaliv in- ncnY mtendsn jured in ft .runaway accident. f The young men's Hospital Associa-1 tion of Gueiph has started a cam-( to A nurses tracts of land here, but who hitherto have held it. Tor speculation only, are to put it under culti- in the The., Congress .was worth going many Jddaey or feel a constant.; dull, backache 'of "no- tice that The urine is-thick, offensive or full of ,in-egu- lar of'passage or a" sation of scalding you -should' bridge. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS new'-E, "C. church will be built at- Hosmer, B. C. i wuiiJ. liCU -UUUAC an extended visit in England. th, city -r wnroute home they, visiied for a month in Toronto. I. Linft of Medicine Hat, spent Saturday and Snnday with -her par- ents on 'Bompas stl-eet. She returned- fic Manager Lanigan were n eth- {bridge last week and 'this was one of- to tlle Hat on tflis afternoon's 'train. _ j the matters they looked ih'to- with the Ford St. Beside e Hall above restllt Mr. Lanigan Phone 1181 BOSTOMANS MADE GOOD IMPRESSION has addressed, the Board of Trade about the in a letter received this morning no- tifies the Board of an advance in rales for storing stuff in the sheds and-gives the reasons, for.-doing so at' the same time asking; for the co-oper- ation of the Board. hall destroyed by fire. "A. house, and-barn belonging to T. j.t- Soale'were burned at Belleville. J.JL, it'01 a threshing ma- .Lilian Chiswick entertained DEITZ'LITTLE GIRL T00KOFFE (Continued from front the circuit court, over which. Judge AVickham. -presides. All re-. Juveniles Played The Rose of Biancleela to Anottner Big What an able, tutor those Jux-enile. .ported at. Winter today except Oscar Bostonians must surely have to in- j Harp, who was fatally- shot, struct ;themjn Their rart. -The height j shot Harp from his 'barn of perfection-attained'by lady! Harp was lying -behind a'little mound youngsters who completed their two- and when Deitz climbed into his'barn nights' engagement at the' Majestic joft-ne spied Harp and sent "'several shots into tihe" ground' around mini Harp jumped up, ran to get (behind the -lumber pile and ..lacked thirty -reaching it when Deltz'iiroppeaV'him .Leslie "Deitz -WHS 'wounde'd-'. but John, was shot twice.. through the right hand.' thirty friends 'Saturday evening, be- fore her return to her home in Lon- don, England. 'The evening was spent playing .gsmes-and dancing, followed toy a dainty supjer. -sp Mrs. J. E. Territl received, Friday at her pretty home on Westminster j Koad and a number of visitors were j welcomed during the afternoon. The .drawing- rooms were fragrant with the perfume of a quantity, of exquisite. Kicn'mond roses lovely.j.teaj table was-centred with, a'showefe'pf-p KiUarney roses Besting. on a, -bed .of smilax: four bouquet holders filled with' lilies of the valley further en- nanced its beauty. Mrs. A." Southard, received.-tt-ith Mrs.. Terrill, and Mrs. S. istewart, presided at-the .tea xirn. Miss Kanna assisted in the tea room, and Miss Kathleen 'Southard opened the door'.' 'Man., as-J-'. chine accident.- Over a hundred men are working; on. Canadian .Salt -Companv's new "near...Sandwich. .Napoleon- Villeneuve, a shanty man WGO "was on_-his way from Montreal Kiver to .-Quebec, was taken off a train at' Ottawa. ,suffering with smallpox. 'K.'r -r- -r -i- WILL BE FILLED-SOON Hon. A. S. Aylcsworth Has Returned From Europe Ottawa, Oct. B. Ayiesworth returned on Sat- urday evening, from Europe. He. is in excellent health and is much elated over the suc- cess of Canada in the fisher- ies .case before the Hague tribunal. Now that the Min- ister of, Justice has returned it is probable that vacant juclgesnips will be-filled im- mediately. SWEEPSTAKE PROVINCE, ALBERT (Continued Iron'} was done in this way, and vie wed .iron-- any the whole affair was highly profitable: -to Western in general, and'urgouthesn.Alberta in particular.. _ Cranbrook, a did display of fruit., it was attractive- ly arranged .and consisted-'of carefully selected fruits, possibilities, of ,-jan. industry 'in its infancy in Cranbrook, will profit by its enterprise, which is. certain to obtain a justly deserved re- ward. taking Pape's Diuretic with the f: other remedy at any price, made any-.- v- where else in the world, wMch effect so thorough auCprompt.a Misery in the back, sides sick, headache, inflamed.or puffy .eye- lids; nervousness, Prostatic rheumatism and darting palpitations, bilious stomach, ness, sleeplessness, listless. worn-out feeling'and other___ caused by inactive, siniply vanish. Uncontrollable tion ('especially at discolored watel1 and all bladder niis- Tour physician, pharmacist. or any -mercantile agency, for the responsibility Thomp? son Pape of Cincinnati, Ohio, prepare Pape's by; every- druggist "in the world. A loss of was the "barn of Johnstone, Vj Ulewson's Corners'. by lightning and burned-to Saturday is marvellous. the- Juvenilest is not over sixteen, while Stubby i-Myling, the darling of the company; ]is -aT'totr-not iiqpref'than seven. lies never beenjseen here before for one so young. Friday' night's "bill proved an excel- lent drawing card for Saturday night, When the "Rose--of-'Blandeen" :was- produced. This is a new having only been produc- ed on two different occasions before.- It has proven such, a success that it is to be a regular bill in. the future for the Bostonians. The extreme cleverness and charm which won over, the audience so com- pletely Friday evening was still ap- parent in the production of Saturday. "The Rose of is styled a tuneful Irish operetta, and it is that. The scene of the play is in Ire- Exclusive control for LsthbridvJe for the famous "Northway" man garments. The Ladies'Store Cash and One Price Right Thing, at the Rifht at Right .Price, Sole selling Agents for the famous "La Diva' gloVt-fitting Corsets.. Story of the Warfare, Wis., Oct. fight John. Deitz for his home "dates back over six years. In" 1904 Deitz put in a claim against the Chippewa' Falls Jjuniber Company for money he al- leged was due him. -The company is an'-rffshot of the immense We'yer- nuuser Lumber company. ''Deitz al- leged the company owed him for services.- said land of the sixteenth century iu the Tillage of Blandeen.. The quaint dress find manner of Ireland at that period jwere brought back in pleasing style. Little Rose Henry, the star of the company, has a most charming per- sonality, and her song, ''Just For a Girl" was the big laughing hit of the evening, while Miss Thomie Hellen's number, ''Sweetheart" will be whis- tled on the streets for many -a day. Miss Hellen has one1 of the Jjest train- ed soprano voices that we have had i ests the pleasure of hearing for some time. Captivating Mason, as 'Eileen O'Dare (The Rose of Blandeen) is on-e oC the most fascinating mem- bers of the company, and Hio; in Who Tied Your Tie." Miss Dixie White, who is a new acquisi- they had title to eighty -acres of land on the now famous Cameron dam. A. little later Deitz asked for wnica, he alleged, was due him as toll for logs driven through the dam." The company refused to pay the claim. JJeitz oyened the gates of the dam, stood guard over it'with a rifle and soon there were feet of logs landed 'high and dry on the banks of the stream. The logs became worm eaten and they were destroyed other- wise. AJ.' number o'f prettily gowned mat- ron's: filled Mrs. W. Kcott's drawing rooms Friday after- noon, it being their first opportunity of -welcoming another the many summer 'brides. The hostesg-wore her charming wedding gown' of white silk witb. frish point: lace' trimmings- and locked very pretty. Miss Hilda Mc- -Viiiien, frock, of'pale green, opened, the door for 'the" many guests. The living and reception rooms were adorned with sweet peas of every hue. In the tea room Mrs. W.'V. McMillen, wearing a becoming gown of old rose arid large -black hat, presided" at the tea table which'was effectively decked with, pink and white carnations. The tea .room assistant. Miss Hodgins wore a dainty frock of white organdie and insertion. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The St. Patrick's Altar Socirty will meet hereafter on Tuesday ir-stead of Thursday. The Children's Guild-of St. Augus- tin's church will meet in t-be Parish, hall 'Friday afternoon at four' o'clock. Then hostilities began. The im- mense sowers of the lumber inter- were brought to bear against Many attempts were made to capture Mm, but he was always too wary. He shot several deputy sher- iffs, fie flexed the law. Once an armed force was led into __ .the Dietz stronghold. Three men xvere tion has a strong voice, and will be J Killed. Numerous battles have been fought and Dietz was only conquered by being shot down. Makes Hair Grow heard from after she has had a sea- son or two wilh the "Bostonians." All of the musical numbers show car? ful preparation, G-eo. Brome- ly, the musical director, deserves great credit for his work. This, or- ganization is much stronger than any j that have previously appeared under j The Alberta Drug Book Co. has "Boslonian" standard, which invigorator that will grow hair or goes to show thai iho management, i money back. arc doing their best .to give the pub-j The time to take care of your the besl procurable, which is prob- i is when you have hair "to take of. Tiie Parish rian's church Auxiliary .of St. Cyp- will hold a -business meeting at the home of Mrs. W. V. Thursday -afternoon at McMillen, O'ClOClv. ably the reason thai this corn-pan v plays to packed business wherever they appeal'. HOUSE CLEAXTXG (Will soon be on hand again. Bave your rugs, carpets, eic., cleaned by the Vacuum (Process. Phone 1115 or call 411 Ford street next door to post office If your bair is getting thin, gradu- ally falling out. it cannot bo long! before the spot, appears. The greatest remedy to -stop the hair from falling is SALVIA. the .American Hair Grower, first- discover- jed in England. SALVIA 'furnishes j nourishment lo the hair foots and acts I so quickly that people are amazed. j And remember, it destroys the Drind- jr.uff germ, the little pest that saps I the life that should go to the hair I from the roots. j SALVIA 1? sold by The Alberta Drag Book Co., under .1 positive; j guarantee to cure fall- ling hair and iwhiag scalp in ten day? or money back. A large bottlo costs (oOc, The word "SALVIA" (Latin foi y'sage) is on every bottle The Altar Society of St. PatrickV. church will hold a social -and card parry in St. Augustin's parish the near future. V The Women's Foreign Missionary Society' of "Knox church will held tueir annual thank offering meeting in the basement of the church Friday anernoon at 3.30, Tuesday, October 18, the congrega- tion of Sr. Augustin's church will be at ttoiue in Uie parish hall between j ;IH- hours of eig-ht and evelen o'clock, j Invitations for ihe at home will be is-j sued in the near future. The programme at rhc Epworth League tonight at Wesley church will j be taken entirely by the young men i and will be wonh going miles to hear. 1 Commences at. eight sharp, everybody j welcome, McClelland, who! leaves for Calgary on Wednesday, bids j larcweil to- the league tonight. i express. -received and placed a coats aiididresses. The new styles sha.desJia.ve .been definite- IT- established arid the garments we are now slibwina- will be correct in styles and colors throughout the entire season. '-Everjf'item we sell is a bargain because we do not place ficticious values on merchandise. We work on the principle-of-cash and one that the lowest for which dependable goods can be sold. -Wednesday Suit Worth up to Absolutely unmatchable values; made in the very best possible way of pure wool cheviots and di- agonal worsteds; shown in pretty shades of navy, green, gray .tan. wisteria, etc. Correct in styles and perfect in sliape-keeping abilities. Other splendid suit values at and Tuesday-Wednesday Sale of New Dresses just to hand Made "of light weight, pure wool, fine finish Ven- etian, in pretty shades of navy. Copenhagen, myrtle and all very neat styles, tastily trimmed with tucking, oraiding and buiioiis. Exceptional values in the better grade dresses Tomorrow aiLernoon and evening tiie Parish Auxiliary of St. Cyprian's church hold their autumn bazaar in Ihe Caledonian hall. There will be :ancy work booths, and candy and home cooking stalls, I aprons and a multitude of little things! Tuesday-Wednesday Coat Sale Including Many Handsome New Styles Every one this season's style, thoroughly tailored and perfect in every way. Made of pure wool Kersey cloths in black only, and handsome tweed and chev- ior materials in the diagonal effects. Even" oho a wonderful value at the price. Big Assortment of every wanted -kiird of v HOSIERY, GLOVES, CORSETS ANg; UNDER WEAR A ffording by far assortments within your reach and bargain values you've never matched before Spec. Sale of Silk and Silk Mor- een Underskirts assortments in various styles in all sizes and comprising excellent quality taffeta silks iu -black-only and fine grade silk moreens in every im- aginable every one splendidly sewn and cut -to bang in the proper v Sale___ .2.5c A big collection comprising everything for and wonderful values. ITosierv Sale .3 for Ladies pure wool cashmere hose in .black- only, shown in sizes S 1-2 to 10 ins. r Glove Sale Underwear Sale Cashmerette gloves ir. the proper weight for Fall wear; finished with two domes Corset perfect'Til ting model, beauty at Ihe price. j Vests and drawers match, white or nat- iiral colors; all the proper weigh; for early r, Combination i Excellent quality ganaenrs shown in pure i tvhue: nice medium weight -perfect in weave ana fit.: ;