Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
EDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1915 THE LETHBIUDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE When going away, by train, boat or motor car don't forget to take along this delicious refreshment that costs so little but means-so much to your comfort and happiness, The Perfect Gum' in the Perfect Package made clean, kept clean, sealed against all impurities: TELEPHONE It quenches thirst, steadies the nerves, and calms the qualms of an unsettled stomach. It helps appetite and digestion. Two delicious, long-lasting flavors. MADE ;IN CANADA WM. WRIGLEY JR. CO., Ltd. New Factory TORONTO "Chew it after every meal" Sealed Tight Miss Hrt.li Kairficlu rciunii-il Friday from vvliere slip was the Kiicst oi Mrs. K. Lctlibriils'.'. Mr. iiiui .Mrs. M, Jolmstonc re- turned lust night from a motor trip to Calgary anil limltf. Miss Lottie Campbell, ui Jloclcocl, is tiie house Riicst. of Mr. and Mrs. K. Frey lot a sliurt time. Miss RhcplllT'l, who lias he-en the picst of Mrs. S. .1. Shcnhml, ratiirn- rd ID iicr home in Calvary yesterday afternoon. .Mrs Tlics Kuii'lleld anil Mira Alice Fiiirfield nf Collins' Hay. Out., arc. til? gucsls ol Mr. and Mrs. II. Kairiield at tkc Farm. Tlie Rev. James Mclniyic. vicar- drsiKiiatc of St. Mary's, Mdmonton, was married at Southwark C'allicilrai, to Sybil, daughter Gt bit oft-color, muddy or tanned, 20 to my druggist's for an ounce of trcoltzed wax; 1 apply this nightly, ie cold croam, for a week .or so, isliins it off -mornings. This is iat keeps my complexion so fresh, lite and velvety, even during the ,ling days of summer. i'The absence of wrinkles and flab- jicss 1 owe to" the use a simple ce batli prepared by dissolving one lice of powdered saxolite in a half k witch This keeps t ie skin Hit and firm Register I R TRAVERS' SOON .TO I BE RELEASED FROM. JAIL- lunBstol Ont, Allg R avers, ex-manager .of the Farmers' nl who has now sened oier reeandahalt jears of his six ear ntence in Portsmouth, will, it is re- rted he relased month Fernie, B.C., Aug. to The Lieut-Col. MacKay has arranged a regular recruitins campaign in this distriet. He was to have opened tbe Fernie office to- morrow, but as soon as it became known that he was again at work, ten men presented themselves this after- noon, and were sworn in. These nien were all miners from here and Coa'l Greek. Colonel noes i.o Michel this evening, where he will organize a new company forth'e 107th Regiment, and receive recruits for the :Mh Battnl- .Now that., the. .recruiting business has been put qn a systematic basis it is expected (hat men will Pie sent themselves for -c lp fte rush to getf pn.this afternoon is an indication, the .recruiting will be as lively as when the battalion was first started The men .sworn in. this afternoon were all fine-looking .moil, mostly voung fellows from old England and A Clergyman's Policy endowment policy was taken out 25 years ago. Since then it has been a continuous protection to his family against the dire need that might follow upon his death. For over 20 years, too, it has been a steadily increasing financial asset to be called upon at any time. 'For all .this he agreed to pay reaionable prem- iumi, which were to be reduced fro-n time to time by the profits. These profits have totalled 34 and nave reduced the premiums by over 2o per cent endowment bacomes payable in 1917, at which time the holder will receive or 324 per cent: more than he paid "In.'.The protection of for 27 years will have conit nothing 1 This is one type of policy suitable to the needs of professional men. There are equally so Whatever class of policy you have, it'will be sure protection profitable investment if'it be issued by the CANADA LIFE Wilson Skeith ASSURANCE EOKPANY 1847 iu you our bmiidei No. 290, nn tklWtrtMkir.di of Tlier. in ihould SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Stcnmer To Sept. Carthaginian ..Glasgow Sept. London Sept. Hesperian Liverpool London Sept. Pretorian Glasgow Sept, Corsican Liverpool Oct. Scandinavian. Liverpool Oct. Carthaginian.. Glasgow Qct. London at Havre, East and West- bound. Full information from any R. R. or S.S. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l. Nor-West Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg.______________ New Mayor and3 Comeths Elected at Blairmore Blairmore, Alia.. Aug. tion (lay was held yesterday to fill the vacancies of mayor and two coun- cillors, resigned, tor tlie town of Blairmore, aurt as only three names were submitted, they were declared elected by the, returning officer, W. Joyce. Donald A. Sinclair, who re- signed as councilman, was declared the new mayor: Lorlng H. Putnam and William Evans Iteina; the newly- elected councillors. physically fit for the work, before. them. They are all anxious to be sent to Vernon at once, and it is pro- bable that a large body by Saturday. will bo ready STOCK AND BUILDING A GETS 60 PLAYING DAYS DEAF FOR I'm; inuica I'd i nji- ui splendid program is being prepared. ladies interested are cordially m- MORE HARVESTERS ARRIVE Winnipeg, Man., Aus. more harvester specials arrived this afternoon from the east, over the C. P." R., and several trains over the C. N'. n. and G. T. P In all about 000 men came in today and most of them were quickly shipped out to western points Others will leave on the regular local trains tomorrow. lion .Justice Idington of the Su- preme court of Canada is spending today in the city a PLcst -tlie home of Mr. Frank Colpman. He is a relative of tht Higinbotham family and makes trips to the west every year. Ho has a son farming near Ukotoks. The whist drive held in St. Mary's Parish hall last evening was an en- tire success, some 50 people in at- tendance. The prizes were carried oil bv the following people.: Ladies, 1st, Mrs T Yrnold 2nd, Mrs. T. Holl- and consolation, Miss L. Kramer- put up to the government as well as to th'1 candidates in the coming elec- tion. The hill is almost identical with that in Alberta and is opposed to the principle of compensation. Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS .WILL KILL MORE FLIES THik; WORTH OF ANY opportunUy. Whether this will taken in connection with the expect- ed provincial election this autumn will he seen. The government also undertakes to be guided by the result of fie plebiscite. In order that there sha I he no misunderstanding as to what the government will do if the plebiscite, is favorable to prohibition, a draft bill is being prepared by the convention today ami thi.s will he CANADA FIRST! BUY HOME GROWN FRUIT JlaTien 2nd, 'A. Carlson consolation, Mr. J. son Mr. Mayor and entertained at a dcligctlu W. L. Bardie summer enerane a a dance last evening in honor of their daughter, Mrs. J. S. Jones, of High River, and Miss Evelyn Robertson, Holland Prepares to Increase Army The Hague, Aug. the adop- tion o! tbe LamlstrUlh bill; the total number o! trained soldiers in Holland will he increased eventually to ap- proximately instead ol 000, who are now under arms. The j bill provides for the calling up of men who hitherto have been exempt. NURSES IN. BAD OPERATION JVOIDEO By Timely Use of Lydia E. VegeUblo Compound. Jlrs. Sowers' Own Statement. Hodgdon, feel it a duty I I owe to all suffering women to tell what Lydia E. PiDkbam'i V e g e t a b'l a Com- pound, did for ma. One year ago I found myself a terrible ferer. I had paini Bill in both sides and such a soreness I could scarcely straighten up at times.. 61 y back ached, J had no ap- L. i... ------petite and was so nervous I could not sleep, Uien I would CANADIAN MALTA nivtti, luiu of Hieh River. Mrs. Hardie, in mauvu v satin with overdress of black ninon Ottawa, Ont, Aijs: v and jet. received the guests in Canadian branch of St. John s v drawHnE room, which was fragrant Ambulance association has with bowls of golden glow and snap- been advised that .W of the v dragons. Mrs. Jones looked decidedly nurses sent from Canada un- v Well in geranium satin with der the joint auspices_ or tlmt some black beaded tunic Miss Cranbrook, n. C., Aug. at 2.30 Sunday morning destroyed the bakery of Robert Frame on Nbr- hury avenue. When the fire was rtis-. covered it had gained great headway ami had complete, control of the building. The firemen hiade a splen- did run and in live minutes alter the alarm v.-as turned in were pouring vol.' umes ol water on the-burning building. Alter a hard fought struggle the fire- men succeeded in subduing the .flames, confining the lire to tlie building in which it originated. Tlie stock of llr. Frame is fully covered by insurance. The building "is owned by George H. Lcask and is likewise covered-'by-in- besoUKdrnorajngSthatIcoUKlscarcely S'iniiice. n get around. It seemed almost impossi- working, was iun in the cooler Sat- urday night. Pete had a bcautifil jag on Saturday afternoon and wanted to clean anybody up said so. He filing his challenge Jnto the teeth of the "whole of Cranbrook He ejected from several places for being i nuisance. Saturday night he was jaueht handing out cards announcing IUCHI.CU E.Pinknoni s etable Compound and soon felt like a new woman. I had no pains, slept well, good sppcSta and could do almost nil my own work for.a family of four. 1 shall always feel that I owe my good banding out cards .0 the good people of (he t he was deaf, and told story. There was quite a contrast in this'man Peter in a shoit while In the afternoon he all talk and fight, at night he humbled himself and was an innocent deaf mute This health to your HAY- WARD SOWERS, Hodgdon, Maine. flu? I K "'e'" not slone nnt'' 'neautful I operation is. necessary, bcautnui E. Pinkbam's Compound. ing lie came up before Judge He' told a story that ..lorninj bring (cars'to Hie ejes of a Chincsr god. After due tonsulPiation Ihp judge handed 1'cte a sivt> daj keu- kacc, If- yoa the sllghtPSt dotiht that B. Thikliam's Vegota- WoCorapound will (conlldpntial) Your letter will be opencdt rcaif by a woinnn, held Itrlct Hardie wore a drcsi of palest I pink mcl blue iccordion pleated chu- if6n oier satin ami her gicst Miss Robertson in attractive frock of cream pleated lace mtr maise satin with girdle of the same shade. At midnight a delicious buffet slipper was sened Tic guests included Miss es Mcleo! Henderson iileliue Hen dprson LafterU Bentle U Hazcll, >.ellie Jtlnni" Hazell Stdltze. McKillop, Downer, Messrs Ulundell Kcrr Patterson Rice Millikcn Home Newcomb Pose Mrd Harris Scars Stoltze and 1-Uginbotliani. squad ol v omen mil nition votkers who ht-e jubt adiiel to the stalT of employees at the Vict- ors factories includes several womon of social prominence Lad} volt widow of Captain Scolt' the explorer, has joined the electrical department, where her deftness icquircd in her art as snap for. makes her invaluable for certain work requiring great delicacy ol touch. I.adv Colebrooke and Lady lier- trude Clawfoid are employed as mas ter-turiiers in charge, of lathes, while Mrs. England, sister of Lord Lore- burn, Lady Gataerc, and Mrs. W. H. Cowan, w'ife of a prominent, member of the House 01 Commons ue wn plovtd n the lathe loom in other eapiiitits Other "mplojeei, mtludi Otcig wife ol Col Grieg o! the London Scottish, and -Mrs. Jloir, wife, of the chief of the New Tnvcntion Brincli Ql the of 'Munitions Miss Vickets, daughter of the head of the great munitions firm, has jofii- ed the next squad, of workers, and will be assigned to a work bench in the course, oi the nest fortnight. 1 h ratei, oi for tlie w omen workers arc the same as for the or- dinary workmen. Jlcssrs. Vickers de- clined to take voluntary workers. The women mentioned above are earning from to S5 per week of six shifts of 51 hours. They wear overalls of butcher blue dps to match kainer gloies and slront boots The) live lofCthcr in i house leased lor the puipost, tlosc to thu lactotj. association and the Canadian cross are oa dub at uif ferent hospitals in Malta. Watch for the Britith Brand on the Box I The Health and Beauty Bath is assured when Lifebuoy. Soap 19 used. It keeps the skin radiantly clean .and .globing with health. Lifebuoy is an honest soap a cake and smell it. A mild carbolic odor is means an ut- terly healthy skin. But, the odor vanishes .immediately after use. LIFEBUOY] HEALTHY Now is Preserving Ti While the farmers of the are harvesting the wheat, fnilt growing farmers B. C. j are picking and. shipping the) preserving fruits so essential tcv'y the 'winter menu of the home. i The housewives of western Canada have combined patriot-, ism, economy and good, house- keeping waiting for By C.. for preseroing'' and jam-making. Here Tliey lUSClOUS, inK Dartlett and Flemish Beauty Pears are ideal tor canning. Any n-ocer can supply them. But .our order mustibe in promptly CRAB APPUESr-The cendent and the Hys-, lop Ped) from the leys of B C are the innlps grown Tiy tbe necipes in the B C Fruit Book let. the Ital lan prune grown m Canada, only in British Columbia, "he upply of these unexcelled ven popular plums is ample forf> all demands They are order early. most widely- used peach for, Ciraning is the Elberta, ideal In texture and flavor. It is the principal kinll grown m British Columbia Shipments from the sunny Ok- anagan Valley are now starting. Dont Allow False Economy! Fruit Means Health! Do not neglect to have an am- pie supply of and health giving' home-canned, B. C. grown fruit. MARY FULLER AT THE YOU CAN PRESERVE FRUIT WITHOUT SUGAR You can substitute cash. Ollt- laj for sugar hv care m steriliz "vour sugar Keen the real fruit taste in.your piesenes The British Colum hia Fruit Booklet will tell you how FRUIT BOOKLET with S25 atefnll> chosen and tried reci pes sent free on application Just drop a noatal cam to B C Fruit Market Commissioner, W Calgarv (Ad ditlonn! copies be sent to your neighbors if 301 scui addresses.) Watch This Space for Official Fruit News.