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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKtCMJE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1901. ITS ITS FLAVOR ITS FJRAGRANCE RELIABILITY I! Are responsible for ITS ENORMOUS SALE of 18.- packets annually SALADA I! TRADE WITH THE WEST INDIES Sealed lead packets only 40c., 50c. and CiOc. per pound At all You Ought to be Sure Your Meat and Eggs are Fresh You Will be Sure If you phone 405, and have them delivered promptly by the LETHBRIDGE MEAT MARKET HILL BLOCK COOK THANKS BERNIER Ottawa, Sept. 23.VThe cause of Dr. Cook's telegram of thanks to the gov- general for having sent Capt. Bernier north with supplies is not officially'known. The marine depart- ment has had no notification except Tuesday's message that Cook and Bernier ever came in contact; Re- cords of the department show, how- over, that in July, 1903, a letter re- wived by the minister of marine from Mrs. Cook, asking that oppor- tunity should be -taken of Bernier's voyage to send supplies to her hus- band, who was then considered dead, but who, according to his own story, had by that time conquered the Pole. There was some correspondence and eventually Mrs. Cook decided that she would send her supplies by some other route. Whether they were sent