Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
JOI-Y 2fi', 1015: THE LKTII BRIDGE DAILY PACE FIVB MERE ARE THE NUMBERS by n Herald. and'tee if they have any, of. tho following numbers on them. If YOU LUCKY. 8.nd or brim, it lh. .l.r.any before the 31.1 and we will deliver the prize? as advertised ,n Sale posters. I. price ?6J1 c A Bilk tor. TORTURED BY Sunday School Supt, Tells How "Fruit-a-lives" Relieved TELEPHONK OOi TORONTO, OXT., Oct. 1st, 1913. "1 liavi! lived in lliis city for more hnn 1.2 ynirs and am known. iii my hands. I spent v.il limit any result ''Ki-uit-a-tives" for IS months am to tell you tliat I am mil. All Hie culurn'imenl 1ms not left my I hands, and pi-rlups never will, 1ml Hill soreness is nil gone and I can ilu any kimlofwork. I ha in eighteen months The Alexander Gall Chapter of the Daughters of the Empire, with the co- operation of all the women of thft city, purposes forwarclimi early in i September, a bale of clotninn to the i Polish, Servian and Hclrjian refugees, ill is desired that every woman In the Jcity make or purchase ,1 new gar- merit, and bate''.- in tlu possession of ihe I.O.D.E. by the first uf Septem- now mill .The need of elothinq for the 1 refugees as the cold weather comes again will be tjrcat. and it is hoped that every woman in Lethbridge will 'do her part In providing relief for the '.people of these war-stricken countries at Hie i-olony ni Harbor.; hoth lamlHi'S are Boilnlly'promlneiil, win marry Hoyiinl Sira.uliiliiK. Jr.. oho of th.: of (lie ItarliO.r Has- i'ar W'dtllif, at Michigan flt.v. Iml., practically aW tho Block of which is (Wn'ed by Miss Darker. .Miss .-Barker's Incoino inilil fli'1 rcaelH's'liiVr'.'niliJorily is SliO.lmn n year land slie' in' rcnuted In thii riehusl !Klrl In the'world. Slu- I" also said to 1 hi- one of llie'Conotryit ln'St and most luiaccl'ul diiiniers'-af.liiB tnnao. J Mr Siianliilns'.'-JS'-tho 'wealthy Clilraso JowiAli-r. Wio. aiue.e 1 Kradiinlion from Vale, lias been "loariilni! ihc-lillHinuss" in his fian- cee's si'.olis. The marrlasc! look ulace. in London. KliRlaml. of Marjorle. the yuunsosl (liiiiEliier nf Ur. (J. li. Parkin, former- ly of -.Toronto, lo l.icut. .1. M. Mueilon- liell.of Ilio Caiiadinn Field Arlii'.cry. e ruined pounds of Europe. Pure. Silk fiiinbiuatioll Suit 177S, l clown ,11) loss. TOo. a. hox, I" for trial 25c. At all dealers or direct from Friill-ii-livcs l.iinitc.l, Ottawa. McLachlan Former Lethbridge Man Dies in States Miss Blhei lefi Sn for Moose -law, where sli. llie next two weeks. .Miss Kilna Auil "I lliiiE at ihe home of Mr.-, aveii.-ie. Miss Hi'i-ilia Sc.-ill linn, an i-MendiM friends at Hanli ami y niKht. l spend .Scull, Co. oi (lie dec-rased man's comrades and moved slowly "to llie Methodist church to I lie'strains of lllc tiincrnl n-arrli The bdily was'borne.on a gun rarriase, the casfet being, il raped. with the Union -Jack and covered en. with beautiful wreathes iron! the of-, Mcl.aehlan had iilrcad) licrrs and men oi tlic 'division. Ko'llowing immediately behind the bodv I'iinic" the deceased's horse with bouts reversed in the stirrups, t A fur- ther detachment oi mounted police md tlie officers (if tlic division lol- Kilmniitoii, duly N'eil Mc- l.achlan and -Miss Kiiitli McLachlan, lier daughter, left last niiOit for .Minueapidis follovmi; a telegram re- cruel! in the alternoon that Neil Mc- l.aclilan, llie husband and father, was dead in that city. Karher in tlie readied .Mrs. McLaclllami from telling licr that, his father had uiel with an accident and to come al uii.-e sn lliat the shock oi tlie latter i-oiiiii'iunii'atiini was somewhat" 'Mr. II. Hindis of tho Royal Bull Cardston is sKiiiiing bit lioii to Minacapiljs ,lilys ,vm, his parents. Mr. and Mis Mr. McLachlan, riicliard Hincks. Sirathcona fourl. .Miss llutll r.albraiih 10 her borne, -.vceks with Mrs. I-'. II. i Mrs. T. B Maniii of Mncleoil is spending a few duvs ihe Hiy. the oucst of her Mrs. J. Me- ilay a i aw drummer buy lias arrivod at the'home of .Mr. ami Mrs. .lolin Kaston lo help to swell the ranks of Hie Lctll 1 bridge Pine band. Work of Reform Has Only Begun Says Ministers i Three I.HliliridRi- ministers.in their sermons yfsUTday i-ficrrt'd In Vhi1 i rrcrnl fur the prohibition fours in passing tin1 liquor net. Itev. II. fnbliledick ..i Wesley outlined tin- proslTSS oi the camuaipi H-avi! tin1 history of the movement sinee I he me.'tiliz 0111 "i which the enmpaiili arose, was held in CalRary some lime- ago. The reason lor the ;ulverse vote here, he said, v.-as due to the foreign vote in the i was to vote hi the ;-ili anil also I he tact that the bn-w- l ery is one of ih.e city's industries, arid tlr.it nianv voters were not in mVor of seeins the brewery closed on this account. liev. A. II- ncnoon and I'.ev. David Ross spoke of the work of the future, and maintained that this was tire, first move in the direction oi moral reform. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder In every instance where you use Blue Ribbon goods you save money. They go'further and so cost lese than any other. Order a can of Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder when next in your grocer's. The result is sure to please. Sold with a money back guarantee. MilitaryHonors far Dead Cofistable of'' t'bc.most (saddest sights ,pos- here, '.on Kriday last, wteii' Cii'BS.taljlc Diner I'aililesoii, wjio was Boundary Crack oB-.'.'fuesd'ayj was accorded a mil- itary .'I'lic .procession, winch si.ic'icd [f'oiii tfr. mounted, police bar- by, a detachment making this wed- in join who v.-as visiting .Mrs. Hcrt_l. lim-i mini' a married daughter living in; that' cily hut instead oi the il.eus- ant trip'aiid a happy reunion, mother am( lowed MumediatcJv behind, and -i' ushter liail lo face the long Ttainty and nloom, t linmii received any further p 5Ir Campbell ami Miss Aird Saturday nilihl for Moose Jaw owed '.iiimeiiiaieiv uvunm, .u... inn ii Hauler large force of the "newly formed Home jmlu, v m (inard were also'in attendance. i hums received ani Tlie service in the chlircb was con- ol tin undent ducted by Hov. A. D. Kichard, the ,n-l will liK.lt lake plue in pastor, and was most- impressive, ort Indum tin old home Mr Kichard referring in a feeliiig manner.lo tlic tragic circumstances by -which this young and promising 'to spend lion with friends then well had tin Md i Iilim liov. tcMiii i uv.nmi.il The late Mr. Jld.achlan was constable had hedii taken. At ;thc con known in Kilmi.-nlon when' he elusion oi the service-the body was uei n liuni, 101 seuril shipped on I he-noon train to lu< His diiifclitei i ihtli is a 1 known home in liarricV Ontario, the bugler membei uI tin 1'ns (lull mil lias souudin" the-'-last post" as the train rtrilllitoi to tin little li The marriage look place today al of Mr I I'm of inis citj uid Miss led i Iran fs ii illl-ll ter of Ah md Mis S. S. Richardson of l.e f, FT Co, on a iVfohth' away tlie p'ulpit will he. supplied b of jlillbr'oot'i Ontario. ilediek leaves this vacation. While af Wesley cliurcli Rev. liiichan- steamed slowly out op tlic st-ation. j pi, unu if I he loiirnil 101 tin iiait nniltr the pen name of oiism 1 dlth lier little stories iml poems unit pl-Jsure to tlie chiliUcn. Ibc sections ot the Me lei 1 idus imtlcr dis lldll mil Mrs Mil j sun Ulll llie I cd I u ss room'. tomeiiDtt iilirnooi lor sru I Alexander. Man.. T. C. Norris. premier of Manitoba, was jenoiuinated here last night by 'the Liberals of Lansdowne, which con-1 stilueney Mr. Xorris lias represented almost uninterruptedly, for IS. vears. In acceptini; the nomination f'remier the ptatiorm oi tlie. iJihcral "party and referring lo the j matter of pr'ohilytion. staled that 11; elected, they would in the first ses-j sion line i hill prepared by the tern--, pi r pioph and submitted to the! liut oi ill In means' of a referendum.'i If endorsed'this bill would be placed! on tin statute books al the earliest; possible moment. He "iiarantecd that, this would be carried out.; With to education'the premier Slid tl t loliowinj llie repeal oi the (oldwdl .iinendmenis the N'orris ROV-j ernment would establish a reasonable compulsory education law. As lor "the parliament buildings s tai '11 we nnbesi- tuosiculc all those shown to be Ulliiliulb responsible: But this 1 was not the only steal. The probe wruld hi e to be inserted into "From a daylight factory" are six mpre in lins Gtttn II ,V I ii mal college conslruuion -uui, i-------..... Hie Bell I clepiione deal, and in 'every I announced thai ise those criminally conneclBd. wlie- llier hinli or.low, would be-piosccut- V Packet of v -J (FLY PADS V WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN WORTH OF ANY F-iY Mr. McLachlan was well known' in I I iuMiil. if-idul hue for tnd 1 eliii, niiisllv in flic real eslate business. Illis rtiiujiiei Mis lunimiius heioie hoi nnniase ulitcil Hit V- column oi the Herald. Mrs. Thurs- Mk! Local Meat Mar- feete and Market Men. TJiere will be'at Ihe Stock Sarils CAR LOAD OF i sonic Veal Calves front Carclston a Sows, Fat Sows and will be offcrcil. VI ILL SELL YOU YOlJK i_ONE ANIMAL OK MORE., adopjed TTJl'ISlTA't- ol for Iii.vo Kt'ot'k ;'To we wi'll nsk'tlicni to kcopjiis-'jii- ifWmotl'-fis tlioy ]iiive l-o.r-snlo; brins only win itiiinml it help innko.tlic niiri'- J'ill'i'ii.'iii iinrldiig carload. I Let libri S< G.M. HATCH, MANAGER.' Rogina, July 21 an levied tng holels and oilier of jiilblic accommodation inssod it the re( ant session of the lesisiatne AssembH of Saskatchewan inoiision made for tJie appointment In tile litalemnt sov'emor in conni-il ot an arlMaon council to be known us the Council Publii anil in eohfoi-muj therewith the fol lowing have b'pen appointed is mem hers of such council Rei Ghai les K Koepke. of Rcgina, representative of the temperance forces; William j: Smallwooil, of Qu'Appelie, who for a mimiber of years conducted tlie Queen's Hotel wherein intoxicatini? liquors were sold under license, and who is now operating liis hotel imder Mn i ipl" leit list week iur Limp sowcll Mmitobi wlrtc sbc is Msitinj, Mijoi I who will foi sboith R is Inline oi i'Mi's. A. 0. Stafford was Hie hosiess of a tlirec-labie- bridec party on Sat- iurdav evening, in honor of Mrs. P. L. iNaismilh of Talgary. Mrs. Martin .1 (Maeiod) was lli'e fortunate prize-win- 1 ner .1. K. .lackson and chil- ilicn Kutli md dim .eft on s ilur 101 in extended Msit ti.1 ilues in the cist Mie will stop oft at Caiilji Sewcll (o visit Q a e msiei J ickson f s Mr. Francis of-the. Merchants bank staff at Broolcs, liiid formerly this city, bus resigned his position, and leaves very sborfiy Cor Vaicurtiei i wbe.re he will join the headquarters' j si.aff of the Till Artillery Brigade, ,lm; icier the command of Lieut.-Coi. Stew- art. ii An important engagement, announc- ed from London is that of Lord Titcb field, son and heir of the .Duke of Portland, and' -Miss Ivy Gordon-Len- nox, a niece of Hie DuKe of Richmond, and a Maid of Honor to Queen Alex- andra. The. Queen-Mother is further interested in the engagement because LIEUT. T; W.'ANDERSON OC the "rd llattalion, .whose promo- tion to temporary cap- tain is gazetted. lives. He to'adopt women's suffrage plank.' Ti. A.' Knight was nominated by Conservatives. Josepii who successfullr... contested lije Sti Pos seat' in Conservative interest last, year." has" announced-that he will not run fin- der the Conservative party banner in- Hie iorllicoming.electi-Jl-., but w.ill.run, as an independent Conservative., Liberal convention, al. Soliris J Hon. dames Johnson, veslcrday .1. W. Hieakey was, ncmiii- was rc-iiominateil in I urue I for" tlie G'lenwiiod lain..... l Mr. Hreakey' was elected for at the last election. W. -Wil-1 MAN KILLS DAUGHTER: I son, mayor of iioininat- Tail :'bf' led bv the Liberals There. Toronto, July Tail, ot I, Kildonan and St, Andrews, Port llope.'who apparently went sud-- whch scat "Dr. Montague- won by a denly insane, killefl his o._- na row iiiargin in William Salin- daughter today with a blow in ,thp., ders was nominated bv the Conserve I neck from an a-xe as she lay. asleep.... Baljy TKriving Mother Happy the new Act; Henry A. KntehUoTRe- the" Duress of Pgrtland gina grand'secretary of the United ires of the Robes. Commercial Travellers-. Joseph IS. Paynter, of Regina, chairman oi the Hail Commission, who was iformerly interested in the temperance ncte! ulr her Mist- Saturday was an idea'i day for ten- nis, and among the number tnklne ad- Taiitallon, and JI. n. Barker, of Salt-} courts coats, formerly an inspector under the I Liquor License, Act. vantage ot" the 'weather at tho city Kir, were Mrs. Oliver. Mrs. Mc- Mrs. Hings, blisses Aird, Pen CHANGE THE VIBRATION It Makes for Health. A man fried leaving off meat, tatoes. coffee, etc., and adopted breakfast of fruit. Grape-Nuts with Montagu. M.P., has cream, somo crisp toast and a cup of nefather. Kang. .lones, Rawden, Ilan- rahan. -rlenderson A. Henderson: and Messrs. Hunter, Dore, McArthjir, Young, Slewarl, Chaiiey, Rice. Jack, Harris Dr. Allen, Judge Jackson .and others. A London dispatch says: The an- noimcemeiil that Miss Venetia Stan- a I ley, who is ensaeed to marry Hdwin lieome a lliem- havins Postui... His health began to improve -at once for the reason that a meal eater will reach a place once .in a wliile .where his system seems .to.'become. clogge.d and the machinery doesn't work smoothly. A change of this puts aside food that is alow to digest and takes up food and drink of the highest value, already partly digested-- and capable, of being quickly .changed into good, rich blood and strong -tissue. A most valuable, feature of. Grape- Nuts is the natural mineral (phosphate of potash, etc..) grown in the grains from which it. is made. These elements are absolutely "neces- sary for the well-balanced rebuilding of body, bifiln niiu nerves.' A few days' use of Grape-Nuts will show one a way to physical and men- tal strength well worth the trial., Look in pkgs. for the bonk. lioad to "There's; a .Rea- son." cr of the Jewish community, adopted the Jewish faith, has caused a flutter in more than one social, if not'-ecdesiastical. circle. The Stan- ley Family has been liberal in its re- ligious views, for Lord Sheffield's eld- est rotber, now dead, was a Moham- medan, and his other brother, Mgr. Stanley, flishon of Kinninus, is dom- estic prolate to the Pope. The Montagu family belong to the lric.test Jewish sect, and il. would have been rather inconvenient for the daughter-in-law of Lord Swaytliling to hold a different religious belief from that of her husband. Konl Sheffield, when Lyulph Stan- was an ardent opponent of rie- liomimitionaiism In religious educa- tion in Ihe elementary schools, lie has the patronage of three livings in the Church of ICiiglahd. Miss Cutlicrfne Barker, the nine- iccii-ycai-olil heiress to n fortune es- timated M who. on July EVERY mother and nurse is anxious about baby's health during the hot weather. The dread of colic is ever present, and the awful infantile mortality in summer cannot be forgotten. V .Baby can only thrive during the summer if his food- being proof against absolutely pure, is suited to his age and powers, and is wholly digestible and nourishing. Remember-that as baby's digMtive increMe tfce Allcnburjs" Foods Nos. 3-the only dietary tor infants-provide all the essential element? portions to ensure healthy growth and .development. The Milk Foods 162 need only -bollliijt wtter to be added to make them ready (or use; trouble is thereby saved -harmful germs avoided. The No. 3 Food is a specially prepared Malted Food that is easily digested and eiceptionally nutritious for children orer 6 months of age who Doctors, Nurses tnd Parents throughout' the 'world UK, tnd recommend these nourishing Foods. ____. MenbiirgsFoods MILK FOOD NO. 1. Pron birth 3 moatbt. MILK FOOD NO. 1. Prow 3 to 6 MALTED FOOD NO. 3 55 THE COMPLETE PROGRESSIVE SYSTEM OP BABYf EEOIHB Write for free book "Infant and Sixty-fovf pages of valuable information for every mother. Post free with sample. age of baby and -whether weaned or not. The ALLEN HANBURYS Co., A.n. 200 1915..