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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I New Arlington European, 50c LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor j I Another Lot oi Extra Fine Chemes-45 Crates Fresh in Today 33 CRATES WINDSOR AND 12 CBATES SOIJB THE WINDSOR are the sama as we had on Friday and and the BrtooTor -tf theW will, both" same' while they last. Extra ipecial 20 poond onto I I V EXTRA FINE SOUR CHERRIES-flu- last f sergeant during July. to Sunday. School Boya The session of St. Cyprian's. Sun- Jay school yesterday was marked, by an incident that will dwell long in he minds" scnolai-s. Three-of he boys of the Junior Boys' Bible class, "who have enlisted for. active ''Billy" Kelly, "Jack" jiinks and "Dick" Sellens were present, and after a suitable remarltB from Bev. Canon McMillan, the whole of he Sunday school bade tieir fellow ipbolars good-bye by singing the hymn, "God Be With You Till We Again." ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery-Butter The Beit Freih Butter on the, by CRYSTAL Lethbridge DAIRY Phone Lethbridje Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairins_.of all kinds anil guarantee their work. E. Ghaplin Son, pi-ops., old Sport- icg Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear: McNafcb's Saddlerj'- Storage latteries recharged and repaired. FREEDOM LONCON viondon, Jaly_ ert Borden, premier of Can- now in London; will be given the freedom of tne city. juiy-' 29, in recognition of his services in behalf of Britain. MISS PAGE TO WED Daughter of the U S Ambassado to England, whose wedding to Clias Loring of Boston will be solemnised in London, on August 4th. Contrary to the-'usual custom the King au< Queen will not attend the ceremonj bwiria-.to. tie war. GERMANY'S SWEDISH FRIEND, SVEN HEDIN tac. the broke m.de muc in Canxttlani. h of this BAKING DAY STEADIES PUBLIC MARKET Ladies, don't raise It! You can Juiy Taleum Pawtfer, 11 ounce cans; also MaMige for each, ThurxUy and Saturday only, at KEITH'S.STALL' Women Ask To Aid in the War Julv Fifty thousand women of England, gathered today on Victoria emhankmcnt and graded through the streets, with bannetc flying, to demonstrate, their enthusi- actio desire to he enlisted in the ser- vices of the'country. There, was a remarkable when the. minister of munitions, accompanied Mrs. I Enilheline Paiikhurst, the suffragist leader, appeared on a platform over-; looking the embankment, along which j the procession made iti wajl i Mr. had pravjouslj leceiiea a deputation headed bv Mrs Pankhwst, who said it was a crime for men to bo doing- work, which could be perfofm'ed- By women. In response to for a the govern- ment proposed to utilize tho seivicoa of every one prepared to assist, and declared that victory would eventu- ally be won. There were dark clouds looking in the oast, hut he looked to. the indomitable courage of Rusaia tc meet this hurricane, leclating Rus- sia would "emerge, once mote-, form- idable and deadly, to help the great democratic countries in Uie west achieve a victory for the freedom of Europe." John Palmer, managing director ot the Pi'.raer McLellan Shoe company, died at N.B. H tererlBh girt a light lasatlve Rexall prderllM which tie cause. Sold only by'J.-p. -Higlnootham t Co, Idmitod, The R'eiall Store, We, 26c and Racon Hillocks M.P.P. OF CALGARY One of Alberta's Star Orators, will the Closing Meetings of the Prohibition Campaign in Lethbridge 1. at An Open Air Meet- ing on the Westminster School grounds. Good Musical (IF THE WEATHER IS UNSUITABLE THE MEETING WILL BE HELD IN WESTMINSTER CHURCH) 2. TUESDAY, 6.45 Open Air Meet- in Staff (opposite Post Office.) 3. TUESDAY, 8 A Citizens' Meeting in the Majestic Theatre. Subject: "The Higher Ideals of Modern Citizenship Come And Hear The Last Word ;