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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta i The Eetlforldge Daily Hfoald, Wednesday. are from anytf other, in that Cowan's always gi veperfect Housekeepers gay Cowan's Icings are uniformly satis- factor3'. Eijht delicious flavors 80 your grocer's. THE COWAM CO. LIMITED, TORONT6. .Winnipeg Wheat Sept. opened 99 3-8, closed Nov. opened 99 closed ,99. opened .97 .7-8, "May .opened 102 i-2, Closeda02 Nor. 101; 2" Nor. 98; 3'Nor. 1-4; 2-white oats "34 3-4; flax Live Stock -Winnipeg, "Sept.- today included 1710- cattle, -16 "bulls, .121 hogs "and: 185 sheep.. One ..the 'heaviest runs of- live stock tbf the -stock -yards-, within -the last four .'inonthsC ;took "place this morning .Jwhen .tho western and local stuff shipped in during, the and, twenty more are expected, to arrive .during the day. The capacity, .yards- was; taxe'fi to Its utmost alf the passageways and chutes utilized as While there were a few good loads of exporters and butchers them through "and. "will- 'go east tonight. Of, the stuff -offered 'for sale on the local market tfee- majority wero poor or and ..consequently brought low prices. Good: prices -were of .butchers going at 'and feeders ,Tho bulk of the butch- ers however went from era! loads of fair stuff going arojiiid Feeders likewise ranged from majority ot to Calves were cwL and sheep and lamba former going at the latter tt Tho scarcity of hots is begin- ning to bo felt, although1 aw-ti is still tho price quoted oc the Wall Streat Stocks Now York, Wall Street, 21 The small opening deaKaf s and sluggish, prico movement, marked continued Jadlfferonce of the itock SjLany stocks opened changed from last night and the varla- tious -Tyere .small in all caaes. stocks .were under pressure of realizing, the'' pre- lerred 1, Union Pacific Pfd. lost 3-4, Manhattan rose 1; AWAKENING OF ISCIENCE TO GF FRKT paid for choice animals, shipment ONE NIGHT Return Bate of tlie Hit of the Prcseiitiiig the- ;great; Prices and Seats an. sale at Eed Cross Drug st6ie TAWNEY WENT DOWN AND OUT (Continued from front. ....Sherman "Loses District ..TJ'tica, N. Y.rSept. Oneida -county bur beaten in his "own and assembly district, "winning.by a scant majority in Utiea in today's dent Sherman will receive" the support of the delegates in the-first and third" districts "and 'will head the "delegatipk fiorn the first district, to the conven- For.Sherman Albany, Sept. clear ma- jority of fifty votes, lor the selection of Vice-President temporary chairman of the '-New York'. Re- pnb'ican convention Koosevelt was claimed tonight .by .as ot the up-staw pri- to'day. Mr. Barnes, has- seen leading the fight of 'the .declared the real contest at be in the. committee' on resolutions.. This committee will con- sider the question 'of direct, nomina-, tfons. Hopelessly Split Colorado Springs, Bepublican '.state convention of Col- .conyened here today and men are just beginning to tie possibilities of fruit in coring diseater "Its action on the liver, Iddneys and skin, is wonderful. Yet fruit in ni impracticable in. of the minute quantity of or curative principle cotitaittttl in frpitJuice. in Ottawa, after of .discovered process, 'whereby the medicinal or bitter principle of fruit juice is increased in quantity: and thus a more active and fiortf valuable substance is obtained only medicine in-thi world made of fruit Hnndrtdi prominent people in .every section of the Dominion owe their jgobd health to "Fruit-a-tives." Hun- dreds more are daily becoming stronger and better by taking them. "Itoit-a- daily proving its inestimable Value a natural cure in -all cases 'off'; Constipation; Torpid Liver, Backache and Rheumatism, Kidney and Skin ortrialbox 35c. Sold by-in dealers, or sent, postpaid, on receipt of price by Wmited, PLAGUE to Haye Provincial comimftee on .resolutions is hopelessly, issues and adjourned, until tomorrow because the selection of-a.candidate for'governor hangs .upon v'- Sides Claim Victory of the Roosevelt" forces seeking to overthrow Guard." in the declared today "that the. defeat of Vice-President Sherman in his home county day's primaries shows viotory. foovthb' at the Republican stato Both sides assert thafrthe- primaries. ;in: various parts-; of the-state yesterd'ayj.were favorable "to .them and d eiirS'h feated on. his and ward v" PER M IT: JO .BUILD -V -S. Ford Sis.ftnn treet, C. S. Donaldson, Mewburn HeM at Fernie to the: H er Fagan, secre- tary: o'iKthe' B- C. ?oard of ".has- been-' in since. work ing; in .iEte" "i-he "Tuberculos- is; Hospital at Kamloops., The, doc- tor addressed: a' ;iarge- meeting'- in the Methodist Church Sunday evening af- ter; Rev.; Mr presided .and after-a" very interesting address. the a society, was organised -work-p.f. procuring funds in Fernie in ..Mayor H-erchmer was elected chairman and Dr. Bon- and has been appointed to canvas, and carry on- the. wbrk. T" "V.V vDr: Fagan' _gave thg.jiudience 'some Idltid by Phone, thinks-the moat good e woman wa love. i It is; easy enough to be pleasant life flo w-r along a soag; .woman "worm while is the 'one; who :will When.everytiins gpeg dead wrong. SfOCfAL AND PEPtSONAI. ...Miss-'JEra-.'Dun'woddy, of Winnipeg, who-is--returning. a visit n Vancouver ;was .the .guest day her biother, H..H. v oharming" hostess. Mrs. T. -received formaliy "yester- day, afternoon for the 'first time since her in' Uethbridge at her retty" new. home on Ernest nd during the receiving no.jrs a. rmm- er of visitors >ere ed by ostess." -who was idaintfly gowned In white lingerie with inserts of aien-ciennes lace, 'and nalest blue W. A. Buchanan Fhc" received with Mrs: O'Hagan, had for -.the occasion a graceful ostume ctTbiaek-and white foulard "i dresdeu .bandings and cream pie- 'sh'at' faeea with .-bla-ck panne vel- the.-" cereaibny and -the .of 'Wetaskiwin; and' R. w, -Manly .of ;the et The. drawing room .was brightened and A --_iTi--. iSA-Leuou 8ea Sept 'American, roses and.crim. carnations and in. the dining opm, and 'sweet peas ere; used effectively. season- took, place _...________ "at 2.30: this; 'afternoon- ,when Kev. Dr. .Herridge Uaire, third" daug_._. "Oliver, minister o! '.'-jitie-' and -Festival minster -Stir cupful cold Vboiledr rice pint of three', 'sugar' to tea--''table ered.with.a glass ibowl filled o' A1Ian Keefer- ith- fragrant Dink- sweat Keefer and a werll. fragrant -pink-, sweet peas, was resided "over; by f Mrs. who ore a 'smart; costume of -lilac satin nd- becoming .Triumed cbapeau; society man .of the -'-The wedding- .was- largely: atten-fts'3 -the beine-crbwaed'.-'j.Therb'ride :was' given away by.' were. very.4h'terestmg ".facts "ielating" to "the .ravag-es upon human life caused by con sumption, showing that there-" are deaths frcrm .the.disease every Canada, 200 of. them, m Brit- ish Columbia. He also stated that since" th-3 scientific treatment of. tho disease adopted by, "ike German peo- ple, had been puV in practice, the death rate troir, that cause had reduced 60 per cent. That the same treatment, adopted later the Brit- r-ish- people had effected a reduction of 50'per cent, in t-helast twenty years. -While this was true in the "countrv of the- home. Betty" wearing a white .embroidered j ock, "and hair" bow, i as the sweet'.- lifctle door- attendant. Murrell-Wright ere, the "gracious host" and hostess j at a party last 'evening; to Mr. Jo- seph W. -Jones, the iew choirmaster and brganist'of .St.'Augiistin's church. Messrs. Sani Their the choir mem-.! bers and one or two prospective mem- The tomuting menu was serr-, ed at a iarge attractively table in the beaun-j Uhadwicfc. r- _ _..___, _________f England; V, Sherwood- "commissioner 'of, .DoiMnion was j groom was. {'The .brother, Mr- Tljomas. theyusher's bert M. of The incited, guests ___ _______ -'sir ivviilj ful, and cover tne -being 'an- '.hoirJobitK m ''.Mr.' Miirrelt- iciudrd. all: of Wrights' autumn col- ors, .-were effectively used in. the decorations, a tallk..vase filled with "baby- sunflowers rounded', with ;holders filled with, varied hued -nasturtiums made an attractive adornment. .Cov- ers .were laid .for fifteen. tea -an--impromptu.'.-musicale c.( was enjoyed, Mors... Jackson, Miss er, Miss. Bawden, Mr Cooper, Mr. Mel-jkor-d druni-and" contriibutinj' greatly :to pleasure. Several 'delightful, instrumental num- bers -played -by-Mr. Jones were ap- preciated by -the guests. e-. -c Mrs. C. and children ac- companied by Mrs. .Stella Good, ar- in the .citj'. The of. town guests included J; -a of the bride, Edmonton-..: Mrs. Home, New Delaiaere, Miles and Elsie Keefer, Toronto. The: gifts -which" --nuHfirtius and costly included, a magniiiceat ruby and garnet bracelet Irom: His beat. rind an'd into a andi -bake' erate oven; thirty the whites ,ol add: three sugar, an-d. light; heap in COOL A "AND.A. M; OF Detroit, ern. Jirriediction of.. _ dent .-and; Accepted. clave Mumford, ceed'i- the" late': Providence nati, Brtdgeporty go, 'were; also ".elected to, fill: vacancies upoh cahiii'dates." Ived last d-ontaua.. night Erbm Red Lodge, where-the present knowledge-of the cause of the disease, was profitably acted upon, in Ireland, where no steps taken until very recently the death rato from consumption had ac- tually increased 15 per cent, during -the last-ten rears. In Newfoundland it'.had actually doubled. Dr. Fagan is endeavoring-to raise for the proper equipment and endowment of the provincial "hospital. --The- Young Mwi's Athletic''Associa- tion-is giving a banquet. tonight in the basement of the Methodist church as a kind or? celebration of the suc- cessful organization of that most use- ful society. There are'-'over 100 mem- bers to start with and this will be doubled as the long evenings advance an-d the young men of -tli-e town begin 'to look for a place in which to exer- cise and amuse themselves. The hotel register at the Fernie has .assumed a cosmopolitan appear- ance these days. Among the names .recorded aro those of L; Solomo-n and wife, of London, England, which re- vives the recollections, as to Lord Mayor of that great centre of the world's activities, and also the name of Mr. J. M, Oates, from the big ditch town of "Panama. coal mines at Coal Creek, the lamps are lighted and family gathered round .'the. fireside, then is the time rrhea the saa-ic its spell o'er young and old. one can be played and enjoyed by every "member of "the family. Prices from up world's greatest singers-including Caruso, Melba, Harry ..Louder'and Vesta Victoria sing exclusively for BERLINKR and VICTOR DOUBLE-FACED RECORDS (one on each side) 90 CENTS FOR THE making 45C- for each record. If your dealer can't supply you, send us gcc. and roc. postage for a j which were idle three .days last weeki I are again busy, an-d Manager Ash- worth states that ihe prospect for steady work is now.'good an-d Queen Alexandra. paid her first pri- vate visit after going to Sandringham, to Cora, Countess." of Stratford, form- erly Mrs. Samuel Colgate of New York, last week. ;She arrived in time Jar and had lalong "-with her her nephew, Prince Christopher of Greece, Jier favorite among the younger members of her family. The countess rents Houghtoh Hall, about 30 miles from Sandringham. It rich in historic association, and is one of the finest mansions in" Eng- land. Mr. and'Mrs. J. W. 'Martin and son, Harold, hove moved to -Calgary where Mr. Martin's office will be sit- uated in. the Hat Times. and. Countess mother d'f pearl Lady Lanesborough and a rich linen and lace, table gift of Sir "Wilfrid and.-Lady Laurier.., After the wedding ceremony arre: ception was held ac the residence of the bride's parents, on 'Somerset" Stf The young c6upje% left on -.the after- noon train for the honeymoon over they will take up their CLUBS AND SOCIETIES Tomorrow afternoon, the Parish Auxiliary will meet .with-Mrs; Wood 613 CntbiJl St. Over were the splendid 'results-from.the'.sale'of fruit, LODGE r _________. -Lodge Ortici-ipf Oddfellows-to'day. followng'" CbcTcruiv, iddianapolis ;Grand Sire, ,C; .A; Keller, 'SaniAntonujf Grand Goodwin Baltimore, M.--E' -1-" Philadelphia, re-elected. MafeeS -----.--------r, At last a ed that will positively p'est. .That Dandruff is- is 'accepted by -everr Dandruff is the root; of. airhairLev-4 ils. vm.'MU, :the; germs aneLjrempve Dandruff ten 'J days, or money ;50c the Alberta Drug.and Cupid's; Court Can HaveF ire hopes to raise the daily .tonnage to j G.OOO during the fall and winter. ev.. A. Prosser celebrated thoi marriage of-Miss 'Christina Renka! and Paul Channihg P. R.j yard master at two' ordock yesterday i arteraoon. at. the Baptist parsonage.' Mr; and Mrs. Winter left later in the afternoon "for a three weeks' hon- in Half a Sask-Alta Fire-Box at Will sample. DEALERS EVERYWHERE 111. Berliner-Victor dealer will jjfcdly play your favorite selec- toons fpr you without Don't deky. Call to-day, be to VICTROLA. -.EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED INTCM? i "HIS MAOTCB'S VOICE" MONTREAL REMEMBER THE GRAMOPHONE WHEN YOU THINK OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS. aoasaut CANAD-AN MOUNTAIN CLIMBER' IN DANGER. L. Quincey Coleman. of Alberta Caunht in a Snow Storm While Ascending Mont Blanc. .London, Sept. Quincey Cole- man, of Alberta, a-brother of Profes- sor Coleman. of Toronto, who has been climbing STVISS Alps, had Quite an unpleasant experience, while making the ascent of Mont Blanc last week. When nearly'at the summit of the mountain a heavy storm arosr and Mr. Coleman and his guide hn to seek shelter for some hours. describing his experience, Mr. Cole- man said: "It 'was worse than a west- ern blizzard, And trained mountain- eer as the guide -was. I could see that, he was greatly concerned at the sev- erity of the storm. >n -at -the cosst Hat Times.) It is not often that a humble par- sonage has tee honor of harboring; a as a bride "on successive occasions, within a space of sixteen months. Such is. the distinction conferred upon tne humble residence on Tot on- to street, which the pastors oi the .Methodist church, convert into a home. The iiace v.-as set last v.-hen Rev. A. C, -Farrell brought. Home what Rev. 3. W. Morrow a "blue This year the late oacnelor-pastor, Rev, McDonald, has gone and done likewise. The interesting ceremony which means so much coutraclincj par; ties, took el ace in the canital city, Ottawa, on Thursday last, when Mr. McDonald !o tb.3 altar Miss Sta- tira. P. CildreM, a. graduate of Acadia Uflivor.-uty, WolfvilJe, N. S Mrs. McDonald is a daughter of Coid'well of .the 'JeDfirtinetit, of mill- tia, Ottawa; and the groom is a s-'isd- uate of the .University of Toronto, of the class of 1908. The ceremony was performed by "Rev., J. .Henderson. D The many 'friends of Mr. McDonald can readily see "the advantage to you of -S Sask-Alta division .plate in sxunmer when want to coo-k with as "little discomfort as slips into instantly, with ease. saves waste of fuel because you use "only as much need. You need not build a big fire for a, or for heating water in ;the "boiler for bath's. No sweltering kitchen, no unnecessary heat, no unnecessary labor in the heated season when vou have a "At any moment, the guide told me hTthis PATWCTVI <5T1 i fc__; j i t _ sui-Lie loiu iaf ,t afterward, an avalanche might hive descended upon us. Fortunately the storm abated, and we were able to make the descent in safety, but it was a nasty experience." Mrs CoJemau has an extensive farm at iforley, Alberta. happy couple every prosaerity in the journey of life. At Owen 'Sound. Ont, the wedding "recently took-place of Harry Suther- land Craig, manager of the Merchants Bank 'at WeiaskJwin, but formerly of Medicine Hat, and Miss Elizabeth in your kitchen and there are a dozen exclusive points of merit that only need investigation to con- vince you that you will get more satisfaction out of a Sask-Alta than there is in two ordinary ranges. Write the nearest McCIary branch for Sask-Alta booklet and the address of the nearest McClary'Ao-ent. London Toronto Kostrcal Winnipeg Vancouver St. John, 17.3. HniniUoa ftp Site fej Stafftini-llgnew Co., letbftridge ;