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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE RAIL'S PAGE SEVEN One Clips Six Cups for One Cent BLUE Is by 'far the most'economical tea and the richest, most satisfying1 in flavor. Ask definitely for Blue Ribbon. Bend Advertisement with 25 cents to Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. Ths best cook book for use In Western Canada. Write name and addresn plainly. WHY STICK TO THE OLD STYLE BATHING DRESS! London "Sketch" designs for witching wavers, "The Classical.1' CALL 101 _ Last year at this time, everyone was busy boosting for the seventh an- nual convention of the Western Can- ada Irrigation association, which _was held iii Lethbridgo during the' first week in August. Tins year Penlictnn, B.C., is doing the same thing. The first official calls have just been issued fronr.the office of tfie permanent- Norman S. Rankin of Calgary, and one of the 'best conventions in the Asso- ciation's history is certainly assured. Penticton is recognized, as the "Hub of the and is ia the heart of the fruit areas, in one of the most pietyrewiue. districts in all the west. Tim Hct nfr' snpnkfrS Is n ninst1. Yfir- pietyrewiue mstricts in ail uie west. The list of speakers is a most var- ied and commendable one, and the delegates are certain of hearing some real live discussions on irrigation in Its entirety. Some of the sneakers will be: Dr. H. G. Rutherford, Don. I-I. Bark of Boise, Prof. Elliott of the Olds scTiool, John T. THInkle of Portland, Wm. H. Young, comptroller of water rights, British Columbia; Arthur Hooker, president of the International Irrigation. Congress; Maloi' Ypung, president of -the "international; mier Premier Pre- mier Scott, Hon. Duncan ilarshall, Hon. Price Ellison, H; E. F. prakej -superintend- ent of Irrigation, Ottawa; J..S. Den- nis, F. H; Peters, and others" The convention opens August 17, aud continues for three days. FRENCH "STEAMER TOWED r "INTO--PORT Havre, July French line steamer which broke down on her. from "New York, whence She sailed for Havre, 'was brought Into port here to- day by the British freighter Etonian. Opportunities for Men of Brains who can make good, must have keen brains and the energy and vim that comes with health. Yoii can start today to build the body and brain thst will carry one on to success. Stop eating Indigestible and Innutrltloui foods and try Made of whole wheat and barley flours, baked'for 20 hours, It Is quickly digested and contains a great nourish- meht In small bulk. The phosphate of potash and other vital ialts (grown In the GO necessary to nerve health, are retained. "There's a Reason" S i 's. to terve Ih'e and It uttes (bodl by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Poitum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. MILADI Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 Shine through me, Lord, that other souls may sec .TJiee, only Thee In all my daily work and life and prayer Thine inny I he, A thing of clay, a lamp without a light, This soul of mine But Thou canst fill me with Thy ra- diance hright, Canst through me shine. The weakness of the vessel so will give More praise to Thye Then take and use me, Lord, that I 'may live Thine utterly. Smith. Mrs. Wm. Niven and Miss Viva of Calgary, are the guests of Mrs. G. Davies, 406 5th avenue south. Mr. and Mrs.' H. Hewitt have gone to Banff for a two weeks1 vacation. Norman Patcrson is spending a month's vacation at the I-Iarvic raiicli. Mrs. Stewart, who has been stay- ing with Mrs. Robert F. Sang, Sixth Ave., left today for her homo in "Manitoba, Wesley Sunday school excursion to Coleman is Julj' 22ml, riot tomorrow as inadvertently an- nounced in yesterday's issue. Mrs. Peter Lund, of Wanlner, B. who has been a guest for a few davs with Mrs. G. A. Wilson, return- ed home yesterday. Mrs. John McDonald, of Frank, who has been a guest of Mrs. Niven, 515 5th St., hoine 011 Sat- urday afternoon. and Mrs. J. Bjiwden-, jliss Ethef Aird and Mr. T. I-I. McCrcady were a motor party to the Water ton Lakes 'for the week-end. Mrs, Smart, of Diiluth, who has hesn a guest with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Sixth Avc., has left for Mrs. Lund, who lias heen visiliii_ for two weeks with her. sister, Mrs. O. Nowingcr, has, to her home in Mirror, Alta. Lund thinks Lethbriffgc one of the finest cities she ever visited. Mr. and Mrs, A, 3VI; Moe, who for the past two months have keen' visit- ing in Eastern Canada ami.. New York, returned home on Saturday afternoon. Sunday, July 12th, Mr. and Mrs. James JJavey, 312 Fifth Ave., S., celebrated their silver wedding by entertaining .a few intimate .friends to dinner, among whom were: Fire Chief and Hardy. Among the many gifts received was a silver cake plate frpm the. fire chief. Mr. antiUMrs. Davey received congratulations from far and near, the day also being Mr. Davcy's birth- day. 1 Mrs. Francis Greemvay of, Saska- toon, is spending some time with her niece, Mrs. (Dr.) Levering. Miss Helen Mettrburn of Calgary has lett for Gull Lake, to visit Miss Jessie Belcher. Mrs. P. L. Naismitb has returned from a trip to Europe, and is staying with Mr. Naismith at the Calgary Albertan. Mr. Gladstone Virtue is in Winnipeg attending the exhibition. He will also spend three weeks with friends in Saskatchewan, Mrs. W. L. Wilson, Mrs. j. B. Gray, Miss Gray, Miss E. Matson, Miss Ver- na Gray and .Rev. J. B. Francis left to- day to attend the summer school at Pincher Creek. i Miss Ida Copeland of Calgary is the juest of her sister, Mrs. George 11. Dlxon. She is by her friend, Miss Lottie Thompson. Mr. F. E. Fisher of the Bank Montreal staff, lias been appointed manager at North Battleford, where lie 'will open a branch of the Bank of Montreal. Clubs and Societies "veatminster: "chuJch will hold lawn social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gray, on'Friday, July 24. St. Andrew's Ladies' Aid will hold an esyecia'ily important business meeting in the church at 3.30 tomor- row afternoon. full attendance IB urgently requested. The Willarft'V.C.T.U. will meet in St. Andrew's clmrch on Thursday af- ternoon at 3 'o'clock. All members are asked to be present, and all in- terested are cordially invited. St. Mary's Woman's Auxiliary met yesterday afternoon, and- the ladies decided to have a stall of tiome-niude cooking at the market on Friday next. No visiting committee was appointed to act during the 'warm weather, 1ml Mrs. Ward and Mrs. A. Arnold will be the hospital committee. The concert held in St. Andrew's church last evening, in connection with the anniversary services was a decided success, both in excellence of programme and large attendance. The programme was carried out as announced previously in this column, and at the conclusion a very hearty vote of: thanks was passed to all, who in any way contributed to the success of the concert or the anniversary ser- vices. It the provincial authorities who swooped down on 'the ice-cream par- lors last Sunday, that day of record "breaking torridity, had come the week before, it is likely that the emin- ent citizens wlio paraded down the by- ways with their ice-cream pails would have been compelled to weather it out without the frozen dainties. It seems that someone has complain- ed that the ice-cream parlors in this city were breaking the provisions of the Lord's Day Act, by Belling the es- sence of without haying a biscuit house in connection. The authorities visited the city last' Sun- day, and bought ice-cream to their iieart's content. As a consequence, Chief Skelton has warned all ice- cream Vendors that they he pros- ecuted, unless they conform strictly to the provisions. Tula means that no se-cream can bft away, and none can be sold unices the st'iler is a licensed and toona fide victualler. The section dealing with this ques- tion saya; "A confectioner whose bus- iness does not as a matter of fact, in- clude the supplying of meals, will not jy taking out a municipal victualling ICOWAN'S! PERFECTION r COCOA Healthful- pure Sold Everywhere house license, become entitled to sel ice-cream preparations on. Sunday, al- tliougH a simitar sale by a person act- ually conducting a victualling house would be exempt under the Sunday observance statutes." The only reason these prosecutions "were not made account of the fact that Chief Skelton did not receive the necessary fiats when he made application for them. The ruling- will apply to the cigar stands as well, and no cigars or ci- garettes can be sold on Sunday, un- JRBR they are accomnanled by a meal. Duhith, Minn., July master lying dead in his state room, the pass- enger steamer South America came today witih all flags at half mast. Captain William A. 'McKay, who took command of tlio South America at the opening of navigation this season, died on fboard the vessel o'clock this morning. Deatih came suddenly and was at- tributed to heart disease iby the ship's surgeon and Dr. J. B. Miller, of Chicago, a passenger. Captain McKay had sailed on the Great iLakcs fcr about 22 years and was one- of tho boat Known mariners of freEfir waters. Two years ago he was first, officer on tho steamer North- west. The body will bo sent to Buf- falo .tomorrow and thence to Ham- burg, where it will be.Interred, Gcralii Roust, a Calgary was poisoned by 'eating too many THE EARLY MORNING SALES Are causing quite a furore amongst the shrewd and careful shoppers in this ciiy, ing the opportunity it does to purchase seasonable and depeneiahle merchandise prices which often represents but, a small fraction of actual cost to manufacture. The success that attended the first of.'i'Uiis. series .of early morning sales, this morn- ing, exceeded by far our most some lines being entirely cleared before the time set for their disposal: was more than half expired. at Store Will Be Closed To-morrow Afternoon Read how we expect to do a day's business in half a day To-morrow these items will be on sale all morning A REAL BARGAIN IN WHITE VALUES Englioh Crochet Quilts of reliable quality. Tbess will wash well and get up as new with- out losing any of their weight. Made from fine Egyptian Cotton In pure white, good size, 90x72. Regular G4 OQ Wednesday Morning WHAT'S SELLING IN LINOS ANU FLOOR OIL CLOTHS Inipprted Scotch Floor Oil Cloth, heaviest qual- ity, 2 pieces to go.on sale 9 fin just price. Regular 40c; square yard CUw InlaH three designs, 2 yards square yard GROCERY SPECIALS Smith's 5 pound pail Itfonk and Glass Custard Per Package Wiltshire. Bacon, Per Pound. Juicy Two Dozen for........................ 69c 21c 2ie 35c MEN'S OUTING PANTS CLEARING AT 85c Men's White Duck Pants. Just the thing for outing wear at the lake. Smart style with uelt straps and cuffs. Just 12 pairs left Regular values BOYS' 75c YALUE FOR 55c "Boys' Shirts with collars attached in khaki, 'black and Wue.. Several different styles of col- lars. Sizes up to JUST 10 OF THESE PRETTY f PRESSES CLEARING AT Beautiful Dresses in Voiles, Embroideries, Lin- ens and Ratineaa. Colons are White, Pink and Sky. Kimona. low necks; some .with girdle. Just 10 in all. Values from to Selling at >away less than half price Wednesday Morning................ CHARMING STYLE IN 3 LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES Early morning specials in the Whitewear 'Sec- tion are already renowned. Here ia a worth-while earing: Ladies' White Night Dresses, slip over. styles, embroidered yokes, in Empire effect. Short sleeves, trimmed with val. lace and ribbon. Regular price. Is QO Wednesday Morning................ iw0 THESE VALUES TO CLEAR AT 9c Just three pieces of this 36 inch SHkaline, suit- able for draperies, hangings, etc. Rose, Blue and Green yards in all Worth 25c. Per yard SMART. HOUSE SLIPPERS ONE STRAP STYLE Ladies'. House neat, one strap style tnimmed with silk 'bow, medium heels, fortatle jilting last. All sizes. CQ lar 52.00. .Wednesday .Morning .----9_l CLEARANCE OF POLISH IN SHOE SECTION lust! 50 .bottles of this White Polish to hustle out 'tomorrow morning. Suitable for Buck, New -Buck :and Canvas Shoes. Per bottle 9c RASPUTIN STILL ALIVE St. Petersburg, July The report that Gregory Ras- putin, the mystic lay monk, and adviser of tho Emperor o[ Russia, had died from the wound Inflicted on. him recent- ly by a woman in Pokrovskj% native yillase in Tolosk, Sl- beria, Was unfounded. Tho monk was conveyed by steam- er to Tyumen, accompanied by the governor of the province, the Bishop of Tolosk, and two doctors. London, July M.-Thc House of Lords today passed the tliir-d reading cf the bill to amend the Irish Home Rule hill and sent it across to House of Commons lor consideration. In its closing stage in the upper house the Marquis o! Crewc, the Lib- eral leader, took part in .the debate on the bill and indirectly prcoiised that the attainment of an agreement in regard to the slimiuation of the time limit, hy which the counties of Ulster were allowed to vote on the question of their exclusion for a per- iod of six years irbm the operation o! the Home Rule bill, would not lirovo 'difficult. He said, however, that the area ol :tlio portion of Ire- land to be excluded had been so greatly enlarged hy the Unionists that it would he a vexed and criti- cal question. The Unionists, he ar- gued, had failed to explain how they proposed to meet the inevitable ob- jections to the exclusion of Roman Catholic c. -unties of Ulster and their friends, else.vhcte in Ireland. The Marquis' concluded by asking for the exercise of patience and forbearance and firmly hoping for a successful so- lution.'The Marquis .of Lansdownc, the Unionist leader, reiterated thab nothing short of the Unionist amcnd- ments.'could cover.Uie imminent per- il that was threatening. He said this was his explanation of the demand for the total exclusion of the prov- ince of and ho complained that the government had given tho Unionists no assistance whatever in the.task civil war, -At tho suggestion of tho Marquis of Crewc, the bill was read a third lima without a vote, being taken. GOING .UP! German Aviator Sets New World's Altitude Five Miles Leipsic, July new world's record fo altitude for aeroplanes was established here today by Heinrich Oelerich, a German aviator, who rose in his biplane 7500 metres, or, approi- mately 24.6061. feet, "nearly four and three-auarter miles. The official world's record, 6500 metres, or, ap- proximately, feot, was estab- lished on July 0 at Johannisthal by another German airman. Proven Quality f When iiboth economy ttoh to purchue This known at "SilffrfiatftJuttman" ranks fimlaquality and y has been best for over j 60 years. Mads in the j 1 heaviest gnde of plate. F Sold my LcadlBd Cc They make each other delicious People who like fruit and people who like "FORCE" should just see how deliriously these two good things go together. Try asliced a few the juice of an orange sliced peach, either fresh or preserved, with TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES for j'cur next ireakfast. The crisp nut-tasting flakes of ''FORCE" (whole wheat cooked with malt) and the fruit, will make a meal after which bacon and eggs will 'aeern almost superfluous FORCE, the healthful way to eat wheat by The H-0 Company, Hamilton, V Sold bt toad Qroeera ;