Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
JJILY 13, 191S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK rrrr CLOSED RYLANDS' STORE WILL BE CLOSED ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PRE- PARING FOR THEIR MONSTER ANNUAL RUMMAGE SALE Mrs, C. S. Harrow and Muster Ka Kt-iic, alter the close of tho uonvivi tiun, went to Troehu, north of Cal- nary on the Ci.T.I'. to visit Far row. O. lias returned I Raymond Louder: An interesting social event took in Salt Lake Miss .Mr Wilson lias reurne o 101, JIM Mrs. Sea- i t.-.7 e-.. ..I. l'..1 innl-t'lliiri. City lust Wcilnemlay, when t Uwiirdu dallfihtiM1 (i. Uayiuond 'Knight., and Sir. Clarence lUBtluml, scm ril Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. (iroi'KC, of Madrid, is Hie j guest of .Mrs. It. F. Hi-evo. Mrs. Belleville, (Int., is visiting with liet dauglitei', Mrs: it. T. lirj'iiiiier. Ivy of St. I'aiil, is the guest 'oi Mrs, Duvid Dnriuld for a I'IHV days. Miss. Marguerite Hum, Iron! i Springs, is-'spending sltnrl holiday; I with the Misses Frame, fitli Ave. A. th-, ai-cimipaiiicd her as far as Cal- ajy, where she will remain for ,eck. All iilduhri-'S of Dominion Heti No. II lire reminded of. .narriagc in the l.attordiiy Saint Ti-inple. liotlt of the eonkaetiiiK put- ties are well known in' tlic south, and their munerouK friends will lip delighted lo leant of the happy event. Mr. Ostiuiid principal'of the Ma- school, and they will KclHilfali social to be held on ttediies- ,ocatc 'in the Harden day evenins, at the home of Mrs. II. S.'White, 127 13th street A. north, r-''lj _______________ at p.m. All iriny briiiR their i At a largely attended meeting of the A. ol St. Mary's i-liurch held in (ho puii.sli hall yesterday after- noon, if was devilled lo liold a social week from nest Thursday. The do- tails of the program and place will I M'iss Alilt of Toronlo and Miss i of Medicine Hat. who were I I Hie guests of Mrs. Conylirare at j Hivcrview, huve leUturil j C. F. I1, Conyhean1 is now attend-! hits a runvt'Mtiuli "i the II.O.K.K. in j New -Jersey. After a week's holidays at fiulifl lie direct- '.v tn 'lite cast. he announced later. Miss Ktliel Cony iifarc of Hivcrview will on Saturday lor Kllgland, GILLETT'S LYE EATS DIRT" where'she will take lip Ked Cross I history, work. She will train for three months at a hospital in London, hefore qiial- ifving for the work as a lied Cross nurse. Sliss Convbearc will visit in Medicine Hal and North liattleford, BANDITS CAPTURE HALF MILLION IN RAID Washington. U.O., July 1y fell into the hands of lire j handity who held up Ihe New York-j Xew Orleans Limited on the Louis- i valle Nashville Railroad at ville. Ala., treasury officials said 1asl j IllBllt. Officials here beliave the haul was lily highest of any train robbery in JB.T TORONTO OtIT. TRAWLER WAS BATTERED London, July Grimsh trawler Fleelwood readied her horn lion, yesterday, battered by a Oe man Submarine. One of tile fire vas and several went badly ii thin dresses" for jnrccl. The sjilimarlne. without wan fired nine shells.at the trawler. The Holiness College of llutehin- j i sou, Ivan., bars loveiiiaking among p WHICH STARTS THURSDAY MORN- ING AT SHARP Yellow Sales Bills W ill (it, your door Tomorrow Be Sure and get one. If s the biggest and best bargain bulletin we Have ever prepared. IN PREMIUMS-SAVE YOUR COUPONS RYLANDS CO. For Strength, Flavor, Economy and all-round Excellence: Buy BLUE RIBBON It Is used in thousands homes because it is the best tea sold. YOU ttyr it., r Send this Advertiseraeut with 25 cents to Blue Hinbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book Write name and address plainly.' BABE'S BODY FOUND I :Calsary, Alia, July bodj a nwrly bom girl was found es irdaj in Mewata Park on the river The pelice are to vlutt the mother The college of added a ear course in sugar technology Chile is to ha'.c for the manipulatioftu ot the. can material that comes frdnt Bolivian tin mines Iron embedded', in concrete in Ger- has neen.: found to be free from rust after morc.fhan 43 years All the kiddies just- love The full, rich flavor of true peppermint to young and old am simply so dainty) MADE in CANADA CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO OF CAK10XCV TI-Ilv CAPTURE the assault, of Notre Dame de Lorette. One soldier remark !lo i hoto shows a company of Frencli infantry led by their .captain dashing ;to is seen falling, another has dropped. POWER 10 GIVE Edmonton, July That fihe four thousand; or more soldiers now in camp at" the Sarcce reserve, near j Calgan ulll lose their on the liquoi act was, inddc certain this morning when Pre mier Silton, irphing to a delegation, Hindi brought a petition signed every soldier in the camp .asking'. that the unrkmg of the act he changed, said he did net consider tliat the eminent hat! anx power jn matter. the After five rears oi work telephone lines in Melbourne been put umlu ground t t VISCOUNT HALDANE says there is too much Job and Jeremiah atoout the present Brit- ish sentiment regarding the war. A propaganda to reinstate him is oh fQOt; LLOYD GEODOE IN 4 MOOD picture taken two ago, shofts that tlic burden gf being Munitioner In-Chief has not soured the miniilei Ho Is sceu Ulkiue to it fnentl IU Munitions conferenio Builders of the There has just been issued bj the Historical Publishing Company of Wash- ington, D. C., a magnificent illustrated history of the construction and builders of the Panama Canal- The editor of this great history is Mr. Ira E. Bennett, with associate editors, John Hays Hammond, celebrated mining Capt. Philip Andrews, U. S. N.; Rupert Blue, Surg. Gen. U. S Publk Health Service; ,I. Hampton Moore, Pres. Atlantic Deeper Waterways Ass'n, Patrick .1. Nenhox, B. A., and William J. Show alter On'c of tlie inosl'-infoiestni" jiorlioiH of flic hook K that dealing with the l-'ecclina; of the immense army ot A IPW paragraphs concerning one.' of (he foods chosen and supplied by the Commissary lire quoted (beginning page 428) asinllaws: a eoseni; reason for iis selection lor use in the food is so thoroughly baked' that it keeps almost irdefinitelv in anv climate, as has been 'demonstrated again -and again. "One finds Grape-Nuts on transoceanic steamships, in the islands ot the seas, in South America, Japan, along the China COMI, in Manila Australia, South highways of travel and the of the short whtreier minimum of bulk and maximum of ment are requisite in food ivhioh his to be transported Ions distances, and often under extreme .dimculties 'The enviable reputation nhich Grape-Nuts has attained vin these respects caused it to he chosen as one of the foods for the Canal Zone _j-...____......1- "A'isiiOi-5 to the canal who privi- leged, to get a glimpse of the routine inner life will recall a familiar picture of worlc- men going to their places of labor earning round vellow tins... 'Often, as they went, they munched 3 .food poured from the tin into Ihe hand. This food, which played no inconsiderable pajt in nuildmfc the canal, was the well- known article of diet, 'GRAPE.NUTS, 'The" in'eution of Grape-NuU in tills con- nection is peculiarly pertinent. Not merely because Grape-Nuts is a of course proper food was au integral part of the big because it is a cereal food which successfully withstood the effects bf! or tropical climate. This ciioraoteriBtic of Grape f-uts was pretty well known and con- Grape-Nuts FOOD lh inadr ol'piimo wheat .UK! malted barley, contains the e aoodnoss of the jjiaiu, including those priceless mineral elements so (sscnliul ioi active bodies and keen biains, but whicli are lacking in and the usual dietan. Tlieie's ,1 reason why Grnpe-'Xnt'J food was chosen hv the Canal .at -Tliere's a reason (I rapt-Nuts, a lavovite iood of hustling Made in Canada-Sold by Grocers Canadian Poitunl Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont.