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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915 THE LETHRKIUGE DAILY HKKALD PAGE F1VB Nearly a Quarter of a Century of giving highest possible value lor your money been the enviable record of 3ES JiSk. The standard of excellence that has won such public confidence will remain unchanged at all costs. may fluctuate, but the quality will remain the same and, at all times, will be the imcst procurable, is -19 "It is v shame that a city of the le of Letllhridge cannot turn out ore than 125 men for the liomo lard drills. On the average there i; about this number, and it is dis- said Commander Ski-1- ii, this morning. her towns and cities are doing in As IBne, and compare l.eth-bridge ilh them. Macleoil SOLDIERS F.OR HARVEST Those who are desirous of securing soldiers for harvest labor should get into touch HI. once with Col. Cruickshaiilis. dislrict officer commanding at Calgary, giving him details of just man are need- ed, and how long the jobs are good for. has gut of 80 on its Home Guard, and by are going to buy their own iinl- fi'nB. Windsor, whose population nol so very much greater than has a Homo Guard 400 strong, four organization started out all jht, and it has not gone back any, I Miss Marion Kins has relurnod from u flmrt visit to Calgary. llrrlha Uyfe itiug I'ncnds in the city. ps in tlir- i trie! ale harvested satisfactorily, and all other conditions are favorable, is ID have a big linv hos- pilal tills (all, amirdiliR t" Dr. Miss Shepherd of I'ulgorv i Sliest of her brother, Mr. H, .1. Hhc hurd. wn, A I- 1 brrla liroballly ill the wl'Sl, to pro-l vide liis medical si-i'virr: In a com- j miinity (in ;t basis. Dr. drattS a regular salary from thr luiiiiidjilility and is under trad to provide his services at a sdicilylc, Id all wh bim within tlie which incliidts a large area. Dr. states that already innler wav for t which" v.'ill probably cost S31U.Y DELKhTPJI. The full, rich flavor of true peppermint appeals to young and old alike, am simply so dainty! MADE in CANADA talented musical come from Bdmoiito ot the choir ol W Letllbri CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO Mr. and Mrs. 11. Way announce the rie'aiM'inent of t'l'-ir daughter. il.' to Mr. 11. II. MeKlvea. t RUSS LOSSES AT AEOUT The section r.! the Ladies' Aid under Mrs. Hall will meet for sewin" li.imirrnw al thfee o'clock ul the hdinc of Mrs. (jilldaii. }'212 3rd avenue .south. ion that all the city employees ought to enrol with the Guard, also youii" men who have auy intention esLS'seems guess ranks. The Home Guard should also be of joined by ono or more o, me f hands, and it is stated that one band the military authorities do not the real lo- however, are chccr- noiv considering Joining up. "The drill only lasts an hour." i ihe Chief, "and surely there are. not many men in bethbridge who can-! not afford to give an hour twice a week In the defence ot their country." BANDITS KILLED IN FIERCE COMBAT CANADA FIRST! BUY HOME GROWN FRUIT Watch for the Britith Columbia '______Brand jn the Box Apricots If you toave not yet bought your supply of apricots, DO IT NOW. The peak of the season is past, and supplies will not be available much longer. Triumph Peaches This is the month to enjoy thc delicious B. C. dessert Peaches. The preserving season will not be on till late August or early September. August is. em- phatically, tho month for DC. Table Peaches. ASK FOR TPJ- UMPHK The name describes the peach, whose rich, yellow pulp also, makes excellent jam, cake-fillings, pies, ice-cream fla- vorings, etc. B. C. Tomatoes Now a-ppearing. Everybody should use tomatoes. They're the ideal summer vegetable food. Transcendent Crab Apples Are beginning to move freely. I Quality is prime. Prices are right. Use your opportunity! Preserve Without Sugar Substitute care in sterilizing for ''cash outlay! Save your sugar i money! Keep the real fruit taste in your preserves! THE BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT BOOKLET WILL TELL YOU HOW! Second Competition 1 4s there-must be many Letli- bridge housewives who1 have had successful experience in preserving fruits -without sugar, and as tills experience would undoubtedly be of interest to i those arc thinking of try- ine it for tho first time this year, two crates of fine British Columbia peaches are otlered in competition, open to housewife i readers of the Lothbridge Her- i' aid. 1. For the two best 2aO or word stories of experience 1 in -preserving any fruit without sugar. ARTICLES SHOULD BE CONCISE. CLEAR and PRAC- TICAL. The quality, flavor and keeping' properties of 1'he fruit put up should bo described, and any definite information as to ECONOMY and SAVING BF- FiilCTED will add considerably to the value of the stories. ALL COMPETITORS .JIUST MEN- TION THE PAPER IN WHICH THE ADVERTISEMENT WAS SEEN. Articles must ho in the hands of J. Forsyth Smith. B.C. Fruit .Markets Commissioner, 10th Street. Sunnyside. Calgary, Al- herta. not later than noon, Mon- i day, August 23. FRUIT BOOKLET WITH 22S I RECIP'ES SENT FREE ON APPLICATION WATCH THIS SPACE FOR l OFFICIAL FRUIT NEWS AND OTHER COMPETITIONS. anil he especially wishes a full turn out. More men with rifles arc need- ed, as there are at present only about wo guns of all descriptions. Tile matter of uniforms for the Home Guard is now being considered, and prices have been obtained from the Peabody Co., who arc maniifar- luring uniforms specially designed for Home Guard Corps. Hrmvnsvillc. Tex.. Aug. Five .Mexican baudiu and one Mexican wo- wan were lulled in Ibe fighting yes- teriiay al Norias, miles north of here.' i-'or an hour. Americans, of them cavalrymen, stood off the al'.ack of 110 Mexicans. Five of tile Americans, inciuding three sol- di! r.-. were wounded. The Americans were saved from death. Just as (heir ainiiitinitiou gave out. by the arrival 17 Texas CABINET Miss .Marion Maclmloe Icit last night with her sister, Mrs. T. W Hiches who is rrltirnmjc to herhimie in Hie east. Miss Mclndfie re- inainiirj in the east for Hie next few A CANADIAN NURSE IX LONDON pcci-i The Ladies' class of Wesley isicr, .11.! church will im-ft at Hi- namci Dawson. 921 '9th slrlvt south at o'clock this evening. All mcni- 1 any hers arc requeued to present, ami; Successful Grade Eight Candidates in Macleod School Aug. following are the successful candidates in the ex-[ animations in Grade VIII. in the; Public school here Millicrnt Bibhy, j Krnest C'harUoji, Kvn Cotlom, l.iz-l zie Davis, Clement Ferguson, Dolly j tlcngc, Alice UcnrRp, lirrnice llill, H. Johnson, .leannie.Martin, Nor- ah llathcws, Clarence McRea, Uluny .McDonnell, -lean McDonald, Eva lie- s'abb, KcgK'i! McNabb, Kathleen I'al- terson, .1. 10. Haymond, Gladys Rhodes, Ernest Voting, Agnes Van- nice. Twenty-three out of twenty-five pu- pils in Grade VIII. wrote for the examination and as will he seen 21 passed. The two pupils who failed were strangers to the town and commenced .attending sciiool at Christmas. This percentage of passes consti- tutes a record for the school and re- j fleets the greatest credit on l'rinci-j pal JlcCrowani who instrucled the pupils. Mr. and .Mrs. W. King relumed home from their honeymoon yester- ciici-t the original Irltrr. Mr. 1-os- was a circular authnruins e-; aSt ly decided on as the minister 01 com-- mil munications. e committee in charge oi the en parly at Mrs. R N. Hiainboth- on Thursday evening, are asked meet at tho borne of Mrs. II. BIG MACHINE GUN FUND Hamilton, Ont.. Aug. ma- chine gun campaign fund now am- ounts to SifiO.OOO, or sufficient to pur- chase 160 of the 200 suns the tasocia- tion hopes to secure in J-lalhiHou. MISS KATHER1NE A. PAGE accounts committee nt DUawa, and was "iven t-n the rep'TUTs there. Air. 1 Knslcr hud not sn-a il since, lie had E'Tcrd after Colon'1! hail rcius- i e.'i at first, to buy iir-rsrs in Nova i Scr.lia, when SOU horses were IIK, !c-d quietly, in aci as paymaster on- tonight at 8 o'clock. h- for flic htiiina; don.- in his prov- 1 ihc" without remuneration. He pro- Iducc'd a ropy of his letter to Col. I Neal to this rfii'rt. j MlOBrthcr horses were bought 1 in Nova Seotia, for which remount department clierks callinc lor I S84 were issued by Mr. Foster, an 1 average oi a horse. Colonel Xe.ii is at present at the 1 front, but it was stated his evidence I on the of buyers and in- j a 1 spectors will IT il. j The witnrssrs today also included j a number of farmers who had sold j tv ot- Lethhridsc people hursrs to V.'. W. MoKuy, and wl.icn o at Brocket were inspected hy Dr. Chipiuan, yel-jfor thc ]asl tKO weeks, ivill break erinary. Many of the horses acquired I Thursday and return to the 'nore ten years old, the oihcml age j Rev. Canon limit- hcine cislll, while some were y and Miss over 13. A horse belonging to Rov; .Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. Chute, Somerset, had to be assisted anc) Mr. and Mrs. up tt-ten it ! down, while several family -I- K- Miss Marguerite A.T.'-. M., late of College, Quebec, has been on Hie teaching staff of the Conservatory of Music, where she will lake over Mrs. Bailey's class in piano. Miss CobKc- dick graduated in 1314, and last year was given a position nn t'no Stan of ;hcr alma niaier, where she was re- teacher of promise. i cases A W. Shepard, Kent- swore he received SltiO from McKay, whereas his signed receipt was lor .M'Ti. The aieruji.e price paid, acconlinc to today's evidence, was tiuiiii. .in i TrnliIHi Kacii witness swore bassadors to Britain signed the re- j JJr u-as not gister. i when wp.ri1 bought by Paiigliter of the U. S. Ambassador j to Britain, married to Charles G. Lor- j ing of Boston, in London on August i 1th. After tile ceremony Premier As-1 quith. Sir Edward Ciroy and ii'ie Am- j Mrs. .1. B. Bouitoil and famtty: -Mrs. B. W. Kii _ and familv; Miss Aileen Jones, Mr. K. S. Jackson and Masters Ralph and Jack Johnson.- WOMEN 'SHELL MAKERS t............ that no rake-oil had been j paid to anybody. j riuriii'i the dav C. T. and K'cc'ver, who are in the were again telegraph-; ed to and rsavl