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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta BATUttDAV; AUGUST 28, 1915 THE LETH BRIDGE ''DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN TELEPHONE OM .Mrs. S. a. Dunham relumed this wwli from visiting blonds in Miss Xell Hardy returned ycster- ilay from spumling. the summer with Lives in (Jnlario. Mr. .lack Hull'is camping for a few days at Waterlon Lakes. Mrs. Chancy, wife of Inspector Chaney of tin; Barracks, has arrived in tlie city from Miss .Ifssin'Mat-Donald, oi Cal- gary, is the guest ol Miss Agnes 0'l'Ug.in. .Mrs. Allison, o! Saskatoon, is vis- ling her sister, Mrs. M. ,1. CJibsou. I .Mrs. and McKlyea, of Allies, j Iowa, arc liic of Mr. and '.Mrs. 11. Way for the MclOlyea-Way wed- ng. Art Needle Work club, will in Dili street, A full Hcd Sad Death of Cardston Lady (-'ardslon, Alta., Aug. Mon- WOMAN COULD fKARjOSTUND Because of Terrible Back- ache. Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegela- We Compound. Pa. I suffered from displacement and inflammation, and had such pains in rny sides, and terrible backache so that I could hardly stand. 1 took six bottles Lydia E.Pinkhwn's Vegetable Com- pound, and now I Can do any amount of work, sleep good, eat good, and don't huve a bit of trouble. I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound to every HARRY FISHER, 1642 .Tunisia Street, Philadel- phia, Pa. Another Woman's Case. Providence, R. "I cannot speak too highly of your Vegetable Compound as it done wonders for me and I i would not be without it. I had a dis- t backache, I until I could hardly stand and was thor- ouehlv run down when I took Lydia 13. ,J ,_ n_____.I.i if i at present I work in a factory all day I long besides doing my housework so you j can see what it has done for me. I givo you permission to publish my name and I Til with .Mrs. Diuyxnn, south, on Momiiiv afien .u.. attendance of the members is re- Pmkham's Vegetable Compound. It quested in order to discuss plans for j helped ma and Jam inthe bestof health the -social to be held for the of tho esteem in which Mrs. Low was held-by Jier many friends. The speakers, at the ceremonies were ail prominent' and well known here, among whom.., were President Thos. Duce, Preaitlent Edward o, Wood of' the Alberta Whi. VVood, sr_ who had known the, deceas- ed as a child: Mrs. J. F. Parrish, .Mr. Janies P. .Each in-turn were flay the mliabitants of .Cardsion were (acldened- over 'the unexpected death ol one ofi the must popular ladUjs. of their number, Mrs. Both Newton Low, wife of Joseph Low. The relatives nj .the deceased, living., in-Salt Lake C'ity. were and the I'uneral held over -until today to admit of their esteem for her. their attendance.- Her brothers, John' Suitable music was rendered hy and Richard, and her sister Laura ar-jlhe choir, which sang "Rock of Ages, rived on last night's train. Today at p.m., UOO jieojiie aitend- ed the funeral cereinor.ip.5. Of this number about formed the choir. The hall presented n. beautiful spec- tacle, decorated in white with him- flreds of magnificent floral bouquets, >JOne Sweetly Solemn Thought. on Monday evening at eight o'clock at- the home ol Mrs. Reeves, Fourth avenue, south. All members arc requested to be present. eiorpient in ex'to'iHiig the vvere the honor quests at a dGlightfu'i of .Low.fiiiid1 seemed Uiimijle tea, yesterday afternoon, SON, 126 Lippitt SL, Providence, R. 1. Danger Signals to Women are what one physician called backache, headache, nervousness, and the blues. In many cases they are symptoms of some female derangement or an inflam- matory, ufcerative condition, which may be overcome by taking Lydia Q. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands Miss BvBlyn Robertson of ttiv., of Americw women willingly torffy to or and Miss Alison IS wart of its Mrs. U .M. Johnstons entertained at lea yesterday afternoon at the Hud- son's Bay, for Mrs. J. S. Jones High River. oi The Popular Saturday Evening Sale at Rylands, Where Bargains Are Plenty T'lIESlC SATURDAY SPECIALS are more popular than over to llioso who lind it convenient to shop during; the evening1 hours. 'Our way of placing his' assortments out tliey are handy to select from, and priced lower than any other place in the city, ap- peals to those who wish to save. EXTRA! e rib 75c EXTRA! perfect fitting light weight corset, tonight COMBINATIONS Ladies' 'Cumfy Cut' gauze lisle :J8 only; tonight... WHITE HOSIERY Ladies' sixes, your choice of pairs, for QUAKER from pretty cretoiinu; 75c Cor from ginghams, csip to mutch Tonight Had chec DRESSES Tonight we will clear out every Summer Dress over at exactly half, the regular price. Remember, tonight only. ALTERATIONS EX- TRA. BE EARLY! Children's Hats; the balance of our Straw Hats up to SI.75 for.. Boys' Wash Suits; a clean price on suits up to Tonight 3OU Hair Ribbons; inches wide; all colors; 1 Touisbt only I UC Children's Socks; (he balance cf our stock; to Q_ On sain at Boys' Hose for school wear; rityhed black cotton, ex- tra strong; a pai Girls' Hose: tine mercerized rib; extra special Tonight Ladies' Hose; fast color; blk. only, linen heel and toe 4 a I 3C Silk Gloves: -2 inch srloves; black and colors; Tonight only Muslin Drawers; closed or open; Tonight only 15c 69c lace frill; 29c BOYS' JERSEYS; line ribbed worsted. brown, navy, red; tonight MEN'S OVERALLS or smocks bine and white stripe: Tonight a pair vvv BOYS' OVERALLS; your choice of if, pairs: Tonight only" LADIES' SHOES; Oxfords Pumps, al! leathers; values up to Tonight fn QC only a pair CHILDREN'S SHOES: l> to sixes only; in slippers, but- ton or lace high shoes. 25c FALL SUITS By express this morning, 10 only Smart Pal! Suits, all "Ludy Garden" styles, some- thing extra. No two alike, sent on to UK as samples and soli! to you 35 samples. Store Open till 10 o'clock RYLANDS CO.Paraels Delivered Anywhere to express the tiillness pf and "Shall tve meet lieyond the Riv- while other selections were given by the Mutual Girls' r.horus, which sang "Nearer, My Ida Hrown, "Love Qi- vlne." and "Mr. Bert Cure, who sang TAPS Made Rub of Cleanser claimed Miss .Helen MacKilJop as iiostese. Miss Blanche Ashton and Miss Daw- son returned last night from Boewell, R.C., they have been spending theh summer with -Mrs. Taugye. Invitations have been received in tlie city from Dr. and Madame F. X1. Valade, Ottawa, to the marriage of their daughter, Marie Antoinette, toj Dr. Louis Thursday, A. Hoy of Lethbridge, September 2. Dirt rMiss Graham of Wolfeville, who has been the guest, of, Dr. and Mrs. Allen for the past wfeek, left yes- terday, .morning for New Dayton, where'" she has accepted 3... position in the primary departra.ent of the Miss Jeanette Murray returned last nigt from Assiniboia, Sash., 'where she was the of Mrs., Laurence Wright. Mrs." Wright returned with and will make a shoit yiait in Ij The Hudsons Bay teaioom I throTiRtd with -vnitois af toriioon, when the Daughters of the Empire were in charge, .Mrs. Robin- son, 3frs. Downer Mrs. W. H. .Morris, Mrs. ileach and -Miss Hutchinson sistiug at the tables, gay with sweet peas'. A musical programme was en. Miss -Bessie Hazel singing a Hghtfn! solo; Mrs. Waddington ren- dered several pianoforte solos l in he.r usual splendid seyle; Master Sepffrey. WaddSngton excellent violin selections, and Sir. Moiilton, the very talented leader. of the Or- plieum' orchestra, gave bvo violin numbers, applause. which brought ,forth much EXCURSION TUESDAY, AUG. 31 Round Trip Tickets, Including Admission to Grounds Adults Children 50c Trains leave Lethbridge 1.15 and 2.10 ii.m. Trains leave Raymond and i'a.m. (Sept. 1st.) All are urged to tfike first tvai.ii in ordpr to witness the entire Sport Pvogvaimne. f Tickets are Now on Sale by D. E. Harris, at the Lethbridge Hotel hride about 30. Mr. Rogers is vice- president of the Imperial Bank ui Canada, of the National Trust Co. of Canada, and a director o! the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., the Xa- hit-Ids in the tional Life Insurance Co. and the Do- lne doctor nion Iron and Steel Co. According to Tile members of .Maple Leaf Chap- ter, 0.1'IS., are looking forward with much interest to the annual meeting of tlie Grand Chapter of the Order in Alberta, which is to be held in Letll- bridse, commencing theh first Wed- nesday in October. Between fifty and sixty delegates are expected to he in attendance and suitable entertain-1 Rogers and his wife, have meat is being arranged for the visi-, Pach other for several years tors, details of which will he arrang-1 became engaged in England, ed at the regular meeting of Maple Leaf he held on Tuesday, September 7. guest of Supt. W. II. Kairlicld. Dur- ing yesterday afternoon Dr. Malte I ant! Mr. Kairlield visited the alialfa the Coaldalc district, and the doctor was immensely pleased with what has been accomplished both on the Coaldale farms and M J. Gibson entertained, at the tea hour yesterday afternoon lor her sisters, Mrs. Allison of Saska- toon, and Miss lithcl Way, a bride of Canadian law the ull lllc bridegroom executed, a new will at the'experimental farm in the produc- tlic conclusion of the. marriage cere-1 tion of this fodder crop. Dr. Malte is investigating tlie pos- sibility of improving the grasses in the Livingstone valley for sheep range purposes. Livingstone valley is in the foothills west of Lethbridge, and is widely used as a sheep range. Arrangements were made for t-hc'vcd- (jjng through the interchange of let- ters. The bridegroom came here from Canada on Saturday night and Mrs. Rogers on the Philadelphia. gtt boji. Seat Term Far Calendar EV. F. GRAHAM ORCHARD, {Lata HMtlmutcr Btoekrille.) London, Aug. 27. The following Canadians have received the Distin- guished Service Order, Capt. Stanley John Anderson, fith Moose Jaw- Capt. Frank Morrison, 16th liatlilion Capt. John Foster Pat- ton Nash, 5th BattElira Capt. Stan- ley Alwyn Smith, Field Ambulance. The Military-.Cross has heen award- ed to the following, Lieut. Charles Stuart Craig, Fourth Artillery Lieutenant. Donald John Macddnald, Strathcona Horse Lieut. William Disraeli Sprinks, brigade general of- ficer. The Emperor of Russia has con- next week. Th11. guests hemmed dish jfened the Order of St. Anne third towels for the bride-elect. Miss Me- clasp with sword upon Major Hamil- Elvea and Miss Way assisted the 1 ton Oaulfe, the order of St. Stanilas i third class with sword, Major Or- Miss j mond, 10th Battalion.. hostess at the tea hour. A New York despatch says Anna'E. of the late James K. King, of Hampstead, Eng- land, a professor of music with sev- eral degrees from the .Royal Acad- was married in the Billmore Ho'lel yesterday .to Mr. Ellas Rogers, one of the weiJ.thiest men in Canada. t The ceremony was perfosmed by thej Rev: William' P. Merrill, pastor of j the Brick Preshy.terian Church. The wedding was simple and strictly pri- vate, the bride being accompanied on- ly hy her Misses Alice and Florence King bridegroom by .his son, a member j i of tiie army aviation .corps of Can- ada. Mr. Rogers is fiS.years old and his j FEAT THAI HOW TO LOSE YOUR TAN, FRECKLES OR iWRINKLES J. A day's afternoon ,pn the tennis ground or golf aun- Iiath .on the beach or exposure on a sea trip, often brings, on a deep tan or vivid criraoon more perplexing still, a vigorous crop of t'reefcles. A very necessary thing then is mercol- ized wax, which removes tan. j red- ness or freckles..quite-easily. It lit- erally peels off the affected skin-r- just "a little at a time, so there's no hurt or injury. As the skin comes off: in almost invisible flaky particles, no trace of tlie-.treatment, is shown. Get an ounce of mercolized wax at your druggist's and use this nightly as you would cold cream, washing it off iuornlngg. In a week or so you will have an entirely new akin, beautifully olear, transparent and of a most de- licate whiteness. Wrinkles, so apt to form at. Ihis season, may 'be easily and quickly re- moved by bathing the face in a .iohi- Uon of powdered saxoHte, 1 oz., dis- solved in witch hazel. ys Pt. This .is not, only a valuable astringent. has a beneficial tonic effect also. Mount Royal College CALGARY. A High.class Retidential and Day College for Boys and Young Men, tSirli and Young OPENING OF FALL TERM, MONDAY, SEPT. 13th; 1915. BUSINESS Stenography, Accountancy, Type- writing, etc. Conservatory Instrumental and Theory. and nigh School Grades; Preparation Tor the University and Teachers; Ladles' College Course for Girls; French Conversation Clas'aes.: FINE Painting; Water Colors; Leather Work, Etc. EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Art, Public Speajlte HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE. For Cull information' and Calendar apply REV. GEORGE W- KIRBY, B.A.. D.D.. Principal. ALBERTA LADIES COLLEGE :RED DEER, ALBERTA. A -High Residential Girls and Young Women, x NEXT SEPTEMBER 7th, 1915 Academic. Work, covering hoth Public and High School worfc up- io Junior Matnciiiatioli Alusic, Art> Household Science and Commercial Couise Fully..qualified ajid experienced staff. Fees reasonable. Write ifor Prospeatiis. N D KEITH, M.A, President. teef' London, Aug. 23.-tieut, Frederick William Campbell of. the first. Can- adian battalion has been'awarded the Victoria Cross. The.feat that won for Lieut. K. ft. Canivbell tlie Victoria Cross also caused his He. il_ was whose heroism at Giv'eifchy on June 15 was reported by Sir -Max -Aityen, ;who told how this officer carrying a ma- chine gun, hart managed to reach one of .the. advanced trenches of the ene- my, accompanied hy a corporal. Let- ters from the front have corrected the Eye-Witness1 account, inasmuch as it was Campbell who held the ma- _ chine gun on his back while the cor-i poral operated it. Being enfiladed, the few men who had gained the, trench had to retire and Campbell j was woiinded as he fan across the open. He was carried to the hospital by. an ambulance man from his home town, hut died; Campbell lived at Mount Forest, Oht., where, lie: leaves a widow and. three children, also his aged parents and a Sister, lie was about 40 years of age and a veteran of the Boer war, and had been connected with the.30th Kegimcnt He was in command ot the machine gun section of the First Bat- talion. To Improve Grass on Sheep Ranges Dr Malte, agrostologtsl of the Do- minion experimental farms, paid his- aiinual to the LethbiidBB Kx- 'Vciimcnlal vcsterdav. ,the Proclamation! To the Citizens of Lethbridge: GREETINGS n Know ve r. That I William Duncan Liungslone Haidie, bj virtue of poners in me nested as Mayor ol the Citv ot Lethtmdge, do hereby declare a half holidav -on Tuesdaj, thp ilst dav qt Aujsnst, AD. t, ItlS, from the hour ot noon, and hereby call upon all good ciuy to observe.the same OOD SAVE THE KING t W D L Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder !n every instance where you line Blue save money. They 90 further arid cost than any other. -Order a can of Blue Ribbon Coffet and Baking Powder when next in your grocer's The result n sure- to. please Sold with ft money back guarantee. ;