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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .DAY, AUGUST 3..S9IS THE L K T H B K 11) G B 1) A I f, Y PAGE F1VB HIDDIESEAD Thoao ".lac-It Tar" Jliddles camo to hand hy and without a doubt they lire tho finest lot of Middles, wo have received this season. Blazier Stripe Middies niuo and white llnishod Repp; sizes 30. 38 only; very smart CO and now 31LK MIDDY LACES; red, blue, white: wldo silk OCp inch 2 for---- fcJl> MIDDY TIES; -black and white, diamond check, Blrlpe polka dot; each BELTED MIDDIES; made from heavy Twill Lonsdalo. neat design on wide, white sailor collar, 2 pockets. to 40slzc- Sale JACK .white TAR MIDDY; L popular style outing; sims up tt j Cft to 40; I .OU Men's aud Women's Bathing Suits Jjadies' Navy Bathing Suits, skirt and separate blocmt- torBi.slzQ to 40; CO CO [very; epooialj Nemo Corsets on Sale at Light weight Nemo for ined- i'" ellght figures; elastic -ft'lth elastic, lass corset; 19 to Ladies' Fine Lisle Combinations A line Whlto Lisle Thread Combination, Watson's make; tight kneo or loose kneo. no sleeves; our line for wvw Cretonnes for Hats and Neckwear The latest craze is; for cre- tonnes in Ix'ockvear, Outing Hats. etc. Wo have Fsveral pieces in stock suitable for this yard............... New Cretonnes and Quaker Collars These are the very latest in York and other Eastern cities. .Large flat Puritan and Collars with a neat edge of dainty flowered cretonne. Belts collars at flft I Patent and Canvas Slippers for Girls We have in stock odd lines and sixes in Girls' Patent and White Canvas Slippers; these will be on sale tomorrow at a discount of 36c. Collars and Belts, per set 19c Ladies' White Cotton Hose An over stock- of "Ladles' White Cotton Hose, light weight sizes SVi! to 10; on sale Wed- nesday only a pair.......... 19c RYLANDS CO. THE BUSY STORE Pristine Purity The standard we have set ourselves J demands that if-" shall always contain only the finest, freshest young leaves. Black, Mixed and Green TF.LEPHONE MS People tors of I he Kmpiess n accepted here today for work in litish munition factories was Rev. i Chilton, Presbyterian minister ieodore, Sask., who resigns a com- position in order to give his trvices. Ho was formerly a bridge !d mining engineer and though it is years since be laid. down his tools passed tho examinations without Bcully, Dhile is erecting sixty to seventy w school buildings each year. Burned nut a few years ago as nse- B rubbish, there now is a wide de- tnd (or the waste from Spain's j-k factories. r Baby and Summer Colic g To prelect baby from summer .tro'jblejvouiroiiibeipecuilj cartful about Wi Iiwd, See Ihil It la ajainil snnrncM anj Infection by fllea, M- lr" is noiirllhinj, dltfeitlble, and suited to baby's ajc, growth und dKeitlK powtra. Foods i Ml 1 The pure trofreasive dietary OF DEPI. Mr. A. E. Smith who has been su- perintendent of the Herald Jph De- has re- partment [or several years, signed his position in order to take over the business of George Tise, Photographer. Mr. Smith 'has been very much interested in. photography for some time and has developed a knowledge of this art Which warrants him in devoting., his full time to it. His artistic taste which was a strik- ing; characteristic, oi his work at the head of the Herald Job Department will also be an outstanding feature of his work as a, photographed. The Herald has been fortunate in securing as successor to Mr. Smith a gentleman is ,wa'l known in Lethbridge. Mr. Fred "T. Robins, who lias successfully conducted job printing business known as "Quick Print" for some years, w.l 1 now as- sume complete control and direction of (he Herald Job Department: Mr. Robins has made a reputation for himself as a high class job printer, and he is certain to keep vile work oi the Herald Job Department ur> to the rcrr highest standard. It is the intention of Robins to csleiid the scope of the Herald Job Printing business. Under ibis direction, the de- partment will he conducted .along the, most advanced lines and all kinds of job work will be produced. There will he no need, for any person to send out of the city, io'r printing. The Herald Job Department will do ail kinds of work, promptly, carefully and neatly. Mr. Hobins; is ,a skilled workman." The- business of the Quick Print will be closed out gt the end of August, and Mr. Robins will de- vote. his entire attention to .the Her- ald Job Department. KILLS HIS WIFE FOR PRAISING ENEMY Paris, Aug. persist- ently praised Germany, Andre Bar- bier, a engineer, Blew his Ger- man wire with n" revolver last month. A court-martial Mqday acquitted'him on his statement that she daily ridi- culed his patriotism and'.scoffed at the French army, ji separate Crown colony. It is pcuer- ally regarded as .inevitable thai the Ri-catcr part ol. Kolltliwesl Africa ivftl iillimalely he included as :in uddition- nl province of the Union of South Af- with the .exception of the ni-i'slrin- which, imiy 'IB added to the chartered Coumany's territories in ccnlrul Africa.. For the immediate future tempor- 1 ary arraiiReiiieiitri will he made for further of eerlain parts of the conquered colony. The of-a railway from LivitiK- their fresh mint jLfe! in their "lingering sweetness long drawn their soothing charm and subtle daintiness. fThe handiest form of gum in the handy package for Man and Maid. veritable Palste Delight for every occasion. MADE in CANADA Save tile Cushion Cover Coupons every T, Hi and I'ackag CANADIAN CHEWING CUM CO.. LIMITED TORONTO PINTER ABDKl-VTKS IX FAVOK OF HIS SOX Watch for the British Columbia Brand on the Box has hrrn s _HaniI 5 has 'it'etl Medicine Hat. Miss .loan Arnoidi, who inn a meeting tomcrrow t M Yugustln s" hall at g utll he tlu uuest nt .Mrs. in 'the city. work to be imdertak- en L.iier will" come the development inf the great mineral wealth of the a mem-; o.nninry. while, it is expected that ilifi' forjthoso parts which are suitable for trans- pasture wlK tie occupied by Boer i irekkerb from the Transvaal and Or- ause Free Stale. address- I'entipfatih- I nr. and Mrs. Ritcli.'e, ol Phoenix, II. are receiving, congratulatioiis oii she i'.mval of Jits. Hitch c is a sister Red Cross Notes This weok Is the hi? week for British Columbia Apricot pre- serving. The season for this ahead of last particularly short. The fruit comes on with a rush, readies the market, and too often, "ir, gone hefore the consumer real- izes it. Last year, a week or more afu'r the apricot season over, the Fruit Markets Commissioner was deluged v.'ith inquiries for aprirofs hy disap- pointed housewives who had ne- glected to secure supplies. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! Quantities of luscious, juicy, ripe apricots, 80 lo 4S hours only from the orchard, primp, fruit, tile hest on the market (his year will he offered for sale week and next. Do not dtlsy! Buy now! Mr. and Mrs. .lames Flemi i Calvary, arc spending a few i with Mr. and Mrs. .J. Reid. I Fleming has many irionds in this Icity, stir- is hctter known as Miss Barnssin. The Alexander Gail Chapter, f. 0. D. K., arc reminded that all daugh- ters of the Kmpirp have rc- attend any religious vices -held oa Wednesday, the of tin1 declaration of war. j the hostess Mrs. Yf. H. Marrs of an .inform aitmoon in honor of her sister, .Miss j Shaw oi Mrs. Sidnev Jack-1 "I'roliably there never was a fund administered with precision and discipline Than the Red Cross fund. The pub- lic can he well assured that every dollar they contribute is carefully expended. "The great need ol the. lied Gross combined with this as- surance of careful administration should stimulate public generosity to even greater efforts." T'he shipment oi a case containing following articles was 'liiys m-ide bv the LethhridBC branch -10 Mrs. shirts, 11 night shirts, 3fl bedside, bags with and pencil in each, tra large pads, 3li gauze wipes, 49 dozen bandages, 18 dozen large and small pads, 3 dozen knitted wash cloths, 1 package containing' aOO mouth wipes, -1-1 amputation rolls, -10 dozen gauze compresses, 12 sor-! slings, 174 pair sociis. The socks .sent were tht the Sock Ten dollars was gen- ccntrifcutol bv the 1. 0. D. K which purchased 3S pair ol socks. The Lethbridnc hranch hope paper envelopes 7 towels, 12 ex- arm the result ol to Kuii ILH- c.ase a rnonthi and it is thimble tea yesterday to their work to quote the nllon-ing from a letter received from Mrs. II. K. Waagen, Siipt. _ of hup- M.: son and tin hostess' two. daujrhlers, I 1( j 'calgiiry. receipt oi the last p'. WIs i Marinn and Miss Dorothy, as- j :.ll you please toll at fhr tea hour. j tho ljPthhridge hranch that their ship- Murdoch, Substitute .care in sterilizing for cash outlay! Save your money! Keep the real fruit iaste in your preserves! THE BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT BOOKLET WILL TELL YOU HOW! Competition for Housewives Two crates of luscious Apri- cots are offered in open to housewife readers, of thy Lethbridge Herald: For the ibest tried and tested Apricot Recipe. Revises in the British Columbia Fruit Booklet not eligible. Oriiilnaiity and novelty will count strongly in the judges' decision. As similar competitions are inking place in other cities, ail competing reci- pes must mention the name of the paper in which the adver- tisement was seen. Recipes must 'be in the hands of ,1. Forsyth Smith. British Co- lumbia Fruit Markets Commis- sioner, 632 Tenth -St., Sunny- side. Cftlgary, Alta.. not laler than noon, Wednesday, August Hth. Time for recipes to be in the hands of J. Forsyth Smith, B.C. Fruit Markets' Commissioner, 032 Tenth St., Sunnyside, Cal- gary, Alta1., extended to noon, Saturday, August 7th. FRUIT BOOKLET WITH 225 RECIPES SENT FREE ON APPLICATION WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OFFICIAL FRUIT. NEWS AND OTHER COMPETITIONS WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OFFICIAL FRUIT NEWS AND OTHER COMPETITIONS. which arrived this week, con taincd quite the best work which we ever received here. 1 cauno -have and enves for the Mis .F. A- Keillor, wife oi Dr. Keillor, formed-, oi Raymond, who lies "cine to the front with -the army medical corps, accompanied by her Hire? .Miss (icrtrudc Chalk, lelt l-.d- Fijmnnton ILT Hailaci-town, Out., where she will a year with her peo- i.ple. The Leaf Chapter 0. li. S. arc giving u party on Mrs. A. K. Humphries' lawn, ISO 11th i street S. tomorrow evening. The i band will be in attendance and a good time is assured for those who attend. The. en1 ivi' ptncerds from the affair will be given to the local relief fund. The public arc. cordially invilcd. A most enjoyable summer dance, held in Harper's Hall which was eottcn up hy Missrs JlePhcc, Camp- I hell and llc'l'hec. Some twenty 'cou- ples were present and enjoyed the 'numbers on the program in spite of the" hot weather. Miss Artie .McKce and Mr. Freeman dispensed excellent dance music. The marriage of Miss Kathcrine J Tvnatl of Kilkerncr, Ireland, to Dr. if V Oallivan, oi Lethbridge, was solemnized in St. Andrew's church, Port Arthur, Ont... by the Rev. I'a- vhcr Howling this morn np. Dr. and Mrs Oallivan will take, up their re- sidence at HIO 3rd Aye. south, on their-arrival lo the city latlci part of the week. I Kellogg. Picture shows King Peter of Servla who is abdicating in favor o Prince Alexander, also shown, in the picture. The King is resting. The gentle but sure laxative for children is The intestinal organs of chil- dren are so delicate that only the most gentle, mild and nat- ural bowe! regulator should ever be used. On account of their healths', mild and natural action, and freedom from harsh or injuri- ousdrugs.ReraHOrderliesarea safe, gen tie and most desirable howe! regulator for children, and they arc aa easy to give as candy. They do not weaken nor .de- press the system even by con- tinued use. On the contrary, they tone up the bowels and tend to keep them in a healthy condition. Incidentally, they arc as good for grown-people as they are f or children. Reiall recom- mend Rcaall Orderlies.and rtfund your money if lor any reaMm to Made in Canada and sold in metal boxes at 19c, 35c and 50c each, at Recall Stores only. Get a Boi Today from For Sale by m RED ROSE "jsgoodteeT ;