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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta C A chocolate confection of rich milk late and fresh shelled watauts. Simply excttiftsite. Jn v v____, v THt COWAN CO. LIMITED. 'JOROKTO. OVER AN INCH RAIN HAS FALLEN Kains are General Over Southern Much Good no- Sundaj- moiling Monday rooming GOT SIX MONTHS C., Sejft. -fc-Stipendarv Alexander and A. chief of provincial. police were in iSosmer Tuesday in connection with the trial of Mike Mazu gashed1 a fellow countryman's with aii axe a week ago a. greai' deal of conflicting evidence" it out that a certain of provocation was given for the nvsh act which, might have ended a fellow .creature's--; life. A sentence of six was defended 'by H." 'MONEY WAS WASHED H WITH WHI-Ifc PANTS Toronto sept. G.-A wellf known Jq, cal physidian left in. a suit "white ducks-'-though know tfcat suit went tfcroEgh the turmoil Betting -laundered at a lo- WednesSay morning" "otal inches this ,t. the Ihe money, all hills. alon" caine p-at of the disturbance, looking and somewhat -wet' 4 money! s staff Cil Jj J it's one of the oddest {did with his money. J. J. Goodhart, o.f Welland, Out., the aged proprietor of a dyeing- estasblish- Dan pi'evious the fall as erjiment was .87 inch "tlc tabfe .shows. V.-i'thcjut the THE IHARVflimiS VALUE OF FIJI IS C8B1N8 (UN OiSBSES Wonderful Success of "Fniit-a-tiyes" rrTto Parsons Fruit of about m? wter, Stfot sweet matter, and of M intensely-bitter substance. CaleS wtperiaients.show that it is this bitter which is the active or meS anal material of fruit juice. under certain conditions, the bitter principle can be made to re Edited by Phone 1052 the -.The Seymour Pc-wer and El-sctric is constructing two separate lines to from different poiiats. in 1892. is located- in T-rtrtT TJ xA reai Koman Catholic A bylaw for a joan'4 a fur- factory was Berlin to the of Owing to the drought there as much winter" Whe7t se ded who dSr.-nW' bUt to lllose durin few :v; ordinary seasin.'in 1911 If it continues there t be a large acreaj thro present- month. ail over to America's Greatest Pianist Assisted' by >oprano In Joint Recital f Many fruits were and fenad tjat the juices of apple, bitter are antiseptics an madeinto tablets. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mre. Nimmons, who have been spending a fortnight in the citv visiting-friends and relatives retu-n ed to their home in Great Falls Montana, this morning. CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The Women's Home Missionary Society of Knox church will mee't his evening at 7.30 o'clock in the basement of the church. _ The Parish Auxilian- of St. Gyp- church will meet with Mrs Hctson tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. Plants Show You Why Why do your plants soon wither and die in the house iuWintw? BECAUSE the house lacks BECAUSE, the kind of Furnace you have Is civLn? off "Vw unnatural parching heat. The average Furnace ww the air it dries'out drifJSSS to wraw.a... Instead of fee 70% average hurnidSTS of -B.OT7eIs' Kidneys and is the only medicine ui the nf tarns and in the Milk Paver ten miles south of Magrath six indi es of heavy wet snow is reported l? ing this morning. u' This will be an opportunity to tear one ofe tne best recitals ever presented to a audience Seats: and On at Red Cross Drug Store Appointments of Vacan- cies Likely to Be Made I Very Soon Edmonton, Sept. are piling up rapidly in the Supreme Court fo- the September sittings. Present in- dications are that the docket will bs a record one for length when it is awn ,up. The near approach of the sitting of the courc en bane, which opens in Edmonton on Tuesdav' Sep- tember 30th, finds the vacancy on tJir- bench caused by the retirement of Cnief Justice Sifton, still .unfilled It -is generally expected that Mr, Justice bcott, the judge of the -Supreme court, will be elevated to the chief justiceship, but who the fourth quisne Judge is likely .to be remains an open question, several names have been prominently mentioned for" the position, it is expected that these vacancies, as judge of the Sept. the aministratio rf Cei2Vhe tribunals of the province wonld be considerably hampered Vacation Ends five o'clock each afternoo? days yet remain for the filin- Of No we are all -the way for a. p 1911. The post ln Sn fc Week and has made several improvements at the local office. Steps are now being taken by the Board of t t Se-CUre an increased mail ser- hS m' at 'present we have four i 7 jja only three mails. An .additional mail will make it light- er. work for the local oflice and also greatly facilitate, correspondence j A movement is also on foot to' se-' cure a third- elevator to toe erected on the other side of the river and railway bridge, the present road from ;.ne north ha-, a very steep -hill it enters Cannangay, and the erec- tion of .-.an elevator would save tanners the lone-pull and enable tnem to freight a heavier load. A new store has been erected on acjiic avenue and is being occupied partially as a barber shop: the other part is as yet vacant, -but several in- quiries have been made by intereste- parties. A Bioscope show visited the town last week and secured a larse and appreciative audience. .Mr. Brown the proprietor, will visit us everv two weeks in future. The Rev. Ainslie and family of Uncago, who have been visitin? their relatives here for the past sev- eral months, are today f0- their home, but will be back a-aia next year. The townslte of Kirkcaldy. the nest town north of Champion, is shortly to be sold privately by the 3. P. R. agents here. The town is the centre of a, splendid country. Last year the average yield' to the fanners was 35 bushels to the acre. The district is well settled and pros- perous. This evening the Altar Society of bt. Patrick's church will entertain in the Caledonian Hall. There will be several tables at cards and other amusements will be offered for the entertainment of, the guests. Everv. one is invited. THROUGH THE EDITOR'S EYES I have. decided to keep an "At nome" calendar this season for the convenience of the jwomen of the city; and would ask everyone who "as a "day" to write their name! Plainly on a slip of paper and the! day or days they will receive each month. Then each of you may see >y a glimpse at the list who of" your fnends will be at Jiome following If a change in your day Is made I uunng the season, or if on your flar receiving1 day you have another engagement, .the correction may be' made by phoning me. There is just one favor I ask, and that is, you will -be prompt in send- ing m your name, so that we may commence as soon as possible if next your name and He Remedy is IB the brde Waferpan OTTHK 99 I JUSt ?C to 4 U gftts to and a umospherl the rooms Is almost u hamld the ottttfe For full particulars of the splendid Pomace write POLICE COURT NEWS ,_ ihe insertion of at home days, cor- rec1Ms' wiu this season' fee are sent in Dr. J. W. S. chief .Kirkcaldy. arc to ibe sold at on the 12th. of this COTT1 3 TWILIGHT CHAT lung Georges only daughter. Prin- cess Mary, has recently learned to juse a typewriter. .Although there are two women typists belonging to I Mariborotigh house; Princess Mary wished to leani ro operate a and at the princess' request one of tnem has taught her. As she was an apt pupil and devoted herself as- siduously to the task, she was able m a few weeks to work at a fair rate of speed. While away with ier father she will be able to'do Ms more pri- vate correspondence, and she is so ambitious in this line that she is looking forward to regularly helning her mother when the royal "family is settled in Bucking-ham palace. DAILY RECIPE Simple Tomsto one quart of milk with a stalk of celery and two slices of onion. Press'' en- ough cooked tomatoes through a sieve to make one pint: add half a teaspoonful of salt and pepuer as -de- sired. Stir one-third of a cup of flour and a teaspoonful of salt with milk to make a smooth batter: dilute with a little of the hot milk, stir until smooth, then stir into the rest of the hot milk. Continue stirring until smooth and thick: cover let cook 15 minutes. Strain into the hot puree, mix. At the police court, yesterday. mg there were a.number of-drunk-and disorderly cases., as a result of Labor Day, and the city netted in the neighborhood of; in lines 'in addition to costs. -AH the arrests made between.three and six o'- clock yesterday afternoon. -The men were nearly all foreigners .born, all declared, "Me have maybe one two, drinks, but me no drunk Thev jere fined as follows: John Rusuoli and Plasco. So and costs; Bill Teleski-" >S''" aiid Sam Rodgers; and'costs; William Jidick, and Frank Ro-bok, So and costs: and costs Fiasco paid his fine, but was turn- ed over to the Mounted Police, a war- rant having -been issued for his ar- rest some days ago upon an assault cnarge. Germany, is -puzzled pent for the izing in _ Viennese: -peasant girls are .oezm. ninf to prize their .hair and sell it to their LmtLY TO COME IN OCTOBER 2 tions vacancies in the J Macleod 4 and Gleiciea, constituencies, will probably held early' >r in October, accordiagr to the gossip 'at.. the government here. Tire candi- dates, are named'in both, and the parties are ready lor the t 4. There are no dead flies lying about when SWINFORD WON THE ST. LEGER STAKE or three more between Ensign and Aldersyae. but these vet sur- veyed or named. Doncaster, Eng.. Sept. S win ford at 0 to 2 won' tho St. Leger Stake, the last of the sea- son's classic races, today. J Kothschild's Bronzino at 20 to 1 wan second, and Mr. Pairis' Lembe .avorire at 5 to 4.. was third, other horses started. Lord bery's Keil Gow was included the entries font did not start are used as directed. All General Dealers sell them. Crasvenettes Umbrellas Raincoats Rubbers [ST. ANDREW'S SUNDAY SCHOOL HAD A PICNIC The Sunday school of St. Andrew's Presbyterian church held a picnic on Labor Day to the river bottom' near the traffic bridge. About fifty chil- dren and twenty adults were con- veyed to the- picnic grounds in ve- hicles supplied by Mr. Harrington An enjoyable afternoon was spent playing football and other games the party returned in the evenin" well with their outing MARKETS Winnipeg Markets Sept- opened! ipjk. closed Dee. opened 100' vs. closed May opened closed 1 jo.ifc: 2 Nor' 104; 3 N-or. 10014; 2 white'oats Street Markets Xew York, Wall Street. Sept. 7 The tendency of opening prices "of stocks was to a lower level. A ris" of in Baltimore and Ohio only exception. Reading declined V-, I'nion Pacific and St. Paul i, Atch- ison con da. large he" market' was narrow and professional. our customers how they like OUT and and: the way it is delivered CfVI I fee oest yet one man told tis. A card will bring a prompt res- ponse E. PELTIER Bo-sl867 Lelhbridgo ironireal is considering the pur- ase of two motor fire engines for the outlying districts. The C. X. R. has decided on its route from Trenton to Belleville through Sydney township. London, Hoi- man Hunt, the painter who witu -Rossetti and Bunded tJie school, dioa today. He was born in London in 1S27 md exhzbited his pietaro to tne Royal Aca-deuiv in is-jo The artist had in feeble tirr'0 rind death was not unexpected. CHOICE The One Made With Gives Life and Flavor to bread and pastry OPPOSJTE THE EUREKA Is prepared to serve the mea-ls fco tlieii the most convince you. SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. ALL WHITE-KELP. WE AffVT TO PLEASE. ;