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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 11, 191! THE LETHflRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE AThreeMonth'sTrip Abroad Suppose you sail a week from today. The first thing you think about-the first thing vou discuss with your wife-the first thing you to provide ample funds Irom which wife and family can meet household expenses while you are away. Other mat- ters might claim your attention, but family affairs would receive special consideration. Sooner or suddenly-yon will sail out into the unknown-start on that journey from which no- traveller returns. Now, man to man, fire you gatinlicd with the provision you have made for the inpportof your wife and kiddies after you're gone? Sit down now and write us to explain how an Imperial Accelerative Endowment policy will meet your family's expenses in case anything should happen to you; and how it will provide an income to support yourself in comfort should you live to old age. We'll the information by return mail. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO J. B. ffilkie, Disttict Manager, Lclibriilge PBRIfYDllR COMPIDflON SOAP And.- Cuticura Their use tends to prevent pore clog- ging, pimples, blackheads, red- ness, roughness and- other un- wholesome conditions of the skin. CiiiiciiraSoap nnd Olntmnnt FOlfl lUrouRiioiit the world. A liberal or each, with 32-paca booklet on IhR care anil treatment, ol the akin nnd Bttvlp.annt post-free. Corp., Dcpt. 11IC. BoaWu, TJ. S. A. SIR. EDWARD GREY SAYS ENG- LAND-NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDITIONS Lontlon, July of the Tiloated armaments of the European Powers' 'Were directed at Sir Edward Grey, the British Foreign secretary, in tlie House of Commons today. In .Sir Edward declared that Great Britain liad done her best, hut her direct suggestions to foreign coun- tries as to -the limitation of arma- ments had been without any good re- sults. On the contrary, thoy had been regarded, he said, as attempts to lini-' H the control of their freedom of ac: tion, and had been resented according- ly. Sir EchvarrI added that the most not- nhle thing in Europe during the nast vear had been, not the naval, but the military increase, and Great Britain Jiad not been responsible for. that. Showing fof First: Charter ol Fiscal Year not Very .Good sUitemynt.or rovenuc and expenditure; for. tihe first quarter or the fiscal year ending with, June 30, shows, a decrease in" revenue as cnmparecl-..with the same period last year. The total rev- enue for the was Fvpnv, April 1 to ij.une 30 :la'st year it was The expendi- tUTe for the quarter stood st 84-1, or about a. rjuaTter lions lees thau last year. The shrifik- nge in revenues was almost-entirely due to the falling in tlie against year. Customs" collections for June were a'S June Revisen" figures -'for the Inat fiscal year-show a surplus oC on consolidated revenue account and an increase of 031 In the national debt. Tho following Is tlie last tho awards made at the Lothbridgc uc'uuliife tlio completed' tltst of plac- js in the Ludlcs Department and In the light horses: FINE ARTS Luncheon Set, G. Downer. Five O'clock Teat Clctli, ombroid- lira. Devine; -nd, Airs! A. Nelson. Fivo O'Ulock Tea Clofh, driwn -Mrs. J. J. Hayes. Kive O'Clock Tea Cloth, any 1st, -Mrs. H. A. McKlIlod'; 2nd, Mrs. Blilr. Center embroidered colored silk or U, Hanrahan; 2nd. Mrs. Koy. Centre Piece, embroidered colored cotton or Mrs. Rentel. Centre Piece, embroidered with 'on L. Eawdcn; 2nd, -Mrs. Roy. Centre. drawn Mis. J.. J. Hayes. Centre Piece, braid Alra. Webb. -Centre p'iece, lace ilrs. .A. McKillop. Dailies, embroidered in colored Mrs. Lapp. DoilfCH, (0) embroidered in 1st, G. 2nd, -MLss Bawden. Doilies, (C) lace Mrs. Uncker. Tray Cloth, Mrs. Roy; 2nd, Jlrs. Lapp- Tray Cloth, any other Mrs, J. J. Hayes; 2nd, Talile Napkins, 6 initial! or mono- gram Mrs. Gibson; 2nd, G. Downer. Sideboard embroidered white Mrs. Walsh; 2nd; Mrs. Bentley '.Sideboard Scarf, .Mrs i-afferty; 2nd, Jlrs. 0. Pebrson. Pillow shams, embroidered 1st, Mrs. Nelson; 2nd, Mrs. W. Periii Pillow Shams, embroidered any Mrs. Lapp. Pillow Slip, embroidered 1st Mrs. Lapp; 2nd, G. Downer. Towels, embroidered in .Mrs. Boy; 2nd, Convent. .Towels, embroidered .colored crass Mrs. Renter; 2nd, Mrs Bricker. Sofa Pillow, embroidered in colored silk, Mrs. Roy; 2nd Mrs. J. Blair. in-colored Mrs. :.o shrdlu1 Sofa Pillow; lace st, Mrs Blair; Bud, Mrs. K. Dilly, Sofa Pillow, any other A B. Mrs. Gibson; 3rd Fowler: Tea. Cosy, lace Mrs 'Blair.' Tea'Cosy, emhV Mrs 2nd, Convent. Pjn Cushion, em.b. Mrs Lapp; 2nd, Delia Piu point-honjton 01 la.ce Cushion, -.emb; colored-r-lst HIT OF M Keruic, Juljr 10 B." Long, who in custody in the city gaol here, awaJting trial.on' a charge of wife bjs escape frcm that institution early Liiis iiiorning.. The prisoner had been detailed to' clean ovn: Mie city clei'K's office which is in the samo building'as the the city .hall, and while the officer In charge had attention called to some matters outside the 'Office, the prisoner tock advantage of his ab- sence and made, his escape 'through one of tlie dvoppiiiE to the ;grou.ml. Long is.'still at large. -v'FEDS EVACUATE. GU'AYMAS Siiiitiflc, Me-xico. Ju.ly 9; Via Laredo, Te'xas. July one of the jno'st Iniportant seaports on ihc west of was evacuated1 by Fedorals. late today according to ad- vices SAFE-When coal gas accumulates, automa- tic damper operates of its own accord in releasing all fumes to ______________ flue. See the McClary dealer or write for booklet. 31 Sold by Oco. R. Dixon Co. Pin Cushion, emb. Irisli or Veu- itiiin point .Mrs. Lee; 2nd, .Mrs. .Pen-in. Photo Frame, Mrs. J. Hayes; 2nd. Mrs. Wright. Ladled IJlouse or Shirt Waist, emb. .Mrs.' Lapp; 2nd, L. Bawdeu. -Ladies' Blouse, Irisii Jlrs. Hostile; 2nd, Mrs. I'orrin. Ladles' Set'rof t'nclenvcur, 3 Lapp; 2nd, Mrs. J. J. 'Hayes. Drawing on Mrs. J. J. Hayes. PohH Lace Mrs. Blair; 2nd, Mrs. .1. J. Hayes. Tenuiff Mrs. Perrin. Honiton antT Dutch Con- vent. Batlenburg Mrs. Blair. Macrame. A. R. Smythe. Irish Crochet A. B. Smythe; 2nd, Mrs. Donaldson. Maltese.. Pillow Mrs. Blair, Jlrs. Harrison; 2nd, Mrs. Mrs. Blair; 2iid, Mrs. Bricker. Ladies'-Hand Bag, crochet or Ma- eranie Mrs. llolburton; 2nd, Mrs. Bouillon. Croctet Work, any fancy braid com- Mrs. Les; 2nd, C. Walsh. Crochet Work in Mrs. Lpp; 2nd, Mrs. Lafferty; 3rd, Mrs. BouKon. Mrs. S. "Donaldson; 2nd, Crochet-Work, in Mrs. Kesler. Crochet Table Mats, set ot Mrs. Lee; 2nd. :Mrs. Kesler.. Crochet Miss K. Billy. Knitted Mrs." O." Quilt "cotton patclm Mrs. Lapp 'no" Mrs Gibson Quilt, silk crazy Mrs. H. A. Jfcftillop. Sofa, Afghan, .crochet .Mrs. ladies Giochet chaiU cr packet .Mrs. .Gibson; 5nd. Mis. Bricker. Ladies Kmftejl 1 or -pacSet. Giffien Bros.; Mrs.. Bcntlej LadiuS JOuUfidx 1 or packet, Giffin Bros.; 2nd, Mrs. Bentley Baby's A. B. Smythe; 2nd Bahv 3 Mrs. Kesler. Bab} s PacivetCrocliet A T3 Kesler. Bain s Fackefcr'fcuitted ,2ndr Mrs Lee: Child s pi crochet--; 1st Mis Ke ler Child s Skirt Mrs. Kesler. Tea COST Smj tlie 'nd A1TO Holtforloir.- Ladies' slippers, Mrs. llolberton. 'Ladies' Sllppew, Con-1 vent; 2nd, Mrs. BbultOn. Apron, hand made 1st, Mrs. Lapp; 2nd, Mrs. Nelson. Set'Ladies' Underwear, hand made, 3 Mrs. J. 4. Hayes. Set Ladies' Underwear, machine made, 3 Mrs. Kesler. -Men's Cotton '.Mrs. J. J. Hayes. Plain I lemming, Mrs. J. J. Hayes; 2nd, Convent. Drawing on Socks or 1st, Convent; 2nd, Mrs. Gibson. Knitted Woollen Socks or StockingH flue (1 A. B.. Smythe; 2nd, .Mrs. Gibson. Knitted Woollen Socks or Stockings coarse (1 Mrs. W. Baxter; 2nd, Mrs. Gibson. Knitted Gloves, (1 A. B. Smythe; 2nd, Mrs. Perrin. Knitted Wooi'len Mitts (1 Mrs. Perrin; 2nd, Mrs. Webb. Rag Mai, A. Pehrson. Corset Cover, Mrs. Lapp; 2nd, Convent. Night-Gown, Mrs. Lapp; j 2nd, .Mrs. Roy. j Sofa Pillow, emb. floral design on Mrs. Renter. Piano Drape, 0. Pehrson. Collection of Fancy Mrs. Lapp; 2nd Convent. Tray Cloth, emb., any Mrs. Watson; 2nd, B. M. Byers. Outline. Mrs. By- ers; 2nd. Mrs. Lee. Table May Walson; 2nd, E.- -M. Byers. Centre Piece, ail1 white or cross B. M. Byers. LIGHT HORSES'' Team of drivers, 14.2 A. McMillan.. 1 ''Single Drivers, 15.1 or A. McMillan; 2nd, W. -Watt. Single Drivers, '14.2 A. 2nd! T.- McColl. Ladies' -Single Ddrivers, 15.1 'hands A. McMillan; 2nd, F. J. Tay- lor. Ladies' Single Drivers, 14.2 handB T. McColl; 2nd, W. II. McLell- ,nd. Saddle Mare or Gelding, lii.l Jiancls- T. McColl; 2nd; J. G. Story; 3rd li. H. Syminons Saddle Mare or Gelding, 14.2 hands J. Craig; 2mL Miss. D..Russell; 3rd, W. II. McLelland. Saddle Pony Mare or Gelding, 14.2 hands or J. H. Winches ter; 2nd Vrid 3rd, J. Craig. Tr. McOoll; 2nd, T. Martin; 3rd J. :Craig. Ladies' Sadd-le Horse, lo.l or over XL-idles' Sad'dle Horse, 14.t or over McLelland? Craig; ai'ii; Miss Russell. NVW-'Jt. P.' H. Stock Pony or J. Mar- gin; 2nd, J. G.. Storey; 3rd Rais- Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Bluo Ribbon Tea, Cofroo, Baking Powder, Spices. Jelly Powders and Extracts. Purest and best. When in doubt use Bine Ribbon. We guarantee perfect satisfaction with ail our pure food products. WILL LAST COBBLE- DICK WILL BE ONE OF THE LEADERS Pincher Greek, Altn., July Following is the program for the Pincher Creek Summer school July l-i-21: Tuesday. 14tli. arrive ..from west ab- out .'rom east about 8.30 p.m. tents and get settled. Thursday, Friday, Sat- urday and' a.m., uuiet hour, Rev. A. D. Richard, B.A.; 0.30-iO.lO, Bible study, Rev. G. H. Cob- bledlck, M.A., B.D.; 10.1040.50, mis- sions and methods, D.1S. Thomas, B.A., B.D., .Ph.D.; 10.50-11.20, "Winning- the Rev. .1. B. Francis: 11.20-12.00, "Social Rev. H. Wright and Rev. C. Hisholl, Bow Island. Wednesday, 7.30 ii.ra., public ad- dress, Rev. J. P. Westmnn. Thursday, p.m., public address. Rev. G. II." Cobbledick. Friday, 8.00 p.m.. Concert, Summer school talent. Saturday, 7.30 public address, Rev. Cv M.dnday, 7.30 p.im, .puhlic address, Rev. A. D. Richard. Business meeting, -Saturday, 2.00 p.m. Sunday services to he arranged. Music and .conducting pt exorcises in cllarge of Rev. A. D. Richard. Business and 'general management ni.nrionf the .president, Rev. W. T. Young Tuesday, 21st, Myrtle Reid, of, West Went out in a on the. Grand River. (V hired' man. a foreigner, went iii for a S'Vim at'the same time, anil was' half-way across the. river when; the boat sprang a went down, nd threw all tfif'occupants into the water. The hired 'mail' made for the boat, and rescued- one of the little ones. He started to shore with -her, but was forced to let go, being ex- hausted. -V'- DROWNING A'CCI'DENT ON GRAND AND THREE CHIL'OREN Braiitford, 'Ont, .Tilly. Details liltyo como to hand .of. tlie 'drowning ncoldent ill Oii.ondnja.'ien miles from hercV Into last-iiight. Thomas Gar- nett, a prosperous farmer, with hla two children, ageil eight, and I Leona, acorl six, and a friend-, little .1; Washington slate 'has 435 shingle millii. J. S. DENNIS ANSWERS SOME OF CRITICISM ABOUT RE- CENT ACTION THERE ASK FOR The World's Bail Send far Five Roses Cook BEING A MANUAL OF GOOD RECIPES eJiNcn (fora tlie' coritiilHiCtMM of ever two ttibuitnd of Fi AIM on (be clutn K. of which MKhtUy ekicbd by Plunket Canada's Best Flour ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR FROM COAST TO OVER -UJ.. THE'WORLD, !T .MAKES AND KEEPS THIS KKI'UTATION Dgilvie Mills Co. ltd. Winnipeg Fort William Medicine Hat Montreal Largest Millers in the 'British capacity barrels Millers to His Majesty tho King Calvary, Alta., -July order trrget.a" hetter understanding of the Closing down of the Mosmcr. Mine hy the Canadian Pacific railway, con- cernint; which some criticism has [icsn j made through the press recently, yonrj i correspondent oblaineci the following interview yith Mr. Dennis, assistant to the Canadian Pacific j Railway. j "Since the company cstahlishod the I-Iosmer mine six years said Mr. Dennis, ''considcrnhle sums of money have been spent in developing anil endeavoring to make it a large and permanent colliery, hut for i.'ie past years it has heen run at a steady monthly IOSH: Wlicn we ed that there was no chan'-'c of n> vclopins colliery on a reasonable financial basis, we reluctantly con-[ cludc.'l, breausc tho colliery was orated only for our own needs and to 1 supply for the Trail Smelter, to close it down. It did not even supply! suflicient coal for our own use, ami j was therefore never in the market for the sale of coal, and you can readily sec that it- was not a sound business proposition." ''We continued Mr. Den-j nis, "that the closing down of this mins would cause some inconvenience to the miners, and that we would be TfMluciiiif employment in. the Crows Nest iliairiet, and I can say with're- gn-t that if: we cdtild have even oper- the coal mine to meet, expenses 1 it would not ire-'closed." j "What about -.townsitc, and; tlms-3 who. will now he left with pro- perty praclica.lly (in their "The C. P.. 11'. had nothing ever to do Viili (be esfalilishmeTit of ia.townsitc at'-that -roylied townsite is not sit- uated on the C. P. li. property, and I was laid out and belongs to a local synilidatc who bought'irmn the Crows N'cst Pass Coal company there is therefore no responsibility -on part ofitbo C.P'.R-.insiliis cotinectipn, I and. I, may. aiid that, the company had, for its'-workmen im- mine. I do' rfoi'tliihk' that there, will be great harrtsliip sufiercd 'by. ininerfi 1 through loss.'of cmplojincnt In this mine, as we can employ some of them in our other collcries, and as there are many other eollenos scat- tered through the Crows Nest Pass where they can find work there is no doubt some hardship for people who have bought, (and. are liv- ing in the towns'ittj .above referred to) owing to closing down, but i don't'think that ibe C! P. R. can in any sense lie held responsible for those who bought land in that town- site, as they bought property there, and look their chance in. establishing, themselves in a town of that kind with the full knowledge of what they were doing, and particularly m view of trouble that arises at all coal mining towns, resulting from closing down of the mines owing to nboriagc of orders, strikes, etc." Tlie name of .T. R. R'egaai oi lias been struck from tihe roll of the Saskatchewan Law Society. you "This'H be a good joke on mother! She didn't think we could reach so high when she put Kel- logg's on the top shelf, did But we fooled her this time! Course mother won't care, 'cause she lets'1 us have Kellogg's every time we want it, don't Says it's good for us and grow like everything." FLAKES Always uniform in quality. IQc at all grocers ;