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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1915 T If 13 L E T II R K I D G K I) A J I, V d 'K BALD PAGE FIVE Investments for Farmers Speculation ia not for tho investment he makes must be "Safety-First" is tho rule with him. That is why so many of the most suc- cessful farmers are to-day giving more attention than ever before lo the matter of life insurance. In the policy issued by a reliable, well- established life insurance company you have absolute protection for those it i3 your first duty to safeguard. You also have the kind of insurance that will be a protection for your old age and a sound, profitable investment to you if it be issued by the Wilson Skeii'h bridge. UK peml jou Idling whnt and profHab] Investments Canndu Life policici hayo proved for others. ASSURANCE COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1847 II Galloping Horses Collide--Big Celebration of Pioneer Day jday a vnry serious accident m-niiTed j llei'tr. A company I wure horycj-ljack rid and wm1'.- on J a rather hiiih gallop wlirn, by some j.iint'oriuitate inrciinuuance.s, two hors- jf's I'an into oacli( othfir, upsetting tiiein I both, and throwing thwir riders mi- tdernfatli, and :it tiio sumo, lime PCV- leral other riih-rs coming on in-hind j ttyro unable to si on or to smile their horses out of the way, and they ulso capfiixi'd. Three people were jjJH.'jrfJ the horses, but on account of deep ruts in the road t'.vo or them w ere not seriously ii.uri. Mist; KVorfnoe bo'.vover. '.van crush. U-i! and bruised by the weUhl. of roiling hurhu. Hi-r laco -vn? very b.-uJIy sit-ollcn, ami was 'MeydinA v.'hen .she was extricaU'd from i hi- saddle. It was feared at first ilu THLKPHONE 605 French Successes On Two Frontsl London. .Tulv rn-riHj official repnru tndiiy reeiio p-pulse of (kMTiiaii attacks to tlu- nonii ex. and in the s.TCjr. Oth- erwise, lust night miii'tl.v. In tho JJanlanH TiiR French ANY WOMAN CAN NOW j HAVE PRETTY CURLY HAIR (Feminine World.) Who'd have thought so simple a tiling as applying ordinary liquid sil- merine could convert, straight hair in- to such protty'ciirly locks in a single night! The one who made tliis tils- rovery is surely entitled to a rising lit fienmsirk women "i all c'.jissfts iirfi allowed to vote. 'Vioiv ihim one-half of tin- larlovy in arc wnnif-n. One hundred pound? of irool wen.' fiolil i" Canary, Over ndfi was her hip ivas flisJocaltfl. hill apjinreni- ly no hones were broken ur out of place. She pwooned awny several and t tin n 'iilc'iy sus-; tained -.-tuiif internal hijurjf-.-i. Pioneer Celebration Saturday was (lie day of all days Talcarv Julr see no Cilnnwoo'l. it botng tin- annual jii'jn- ,j vi .-leer celebration of the Mormon pijn- son u-hy.thprp sliould be a big loss ol j ]ijc_ Four tmrng mfi[ jn said Hon. C. K. Mitchell, j to (.tfebratG with them. provincial treasurer, referring to the I Leavitt. Hill Spring, Mountain view effect the ncy: Liquor Act would have J and Heazcr all turnnd masse. DOESN'T FEAR REVENUE LOSS! entitled to 'i rising tin'ci me ntjw Ltiquui m-i. vum j HUH neazer uu um uu id.taac-. Now all we'need do 'n tiic province. "It is true we take and alihough the was sullen, L" i____i__I in lifptiKp iTinnPv. and the nrovillCB Uriel t Hrfiiipnini' ibc nroveil ex- etes waves j prospcntions, advertisins ami [parade, which consisted of pimieer that can j paying salaries .to (he members. oft wapons and hand carts, followed by destructive the hoard. With prohibition there may 4n industrial Hotii. upon which there; he curliness j he heavy prosectitioiis for a while, hut was lllustraicd the primitive method: rospcutiofi rin fines and these of ineers is" to wet Torushwith this harmless in license money, and the province and threatening the day Ifonid at nlKht. draw this tiirough theUlian-s in the prncccds to a certain ceileni, and the people Had a most hair and in the morning we find it cstont, but the money that is thus joyaMe time. has dried in Just the sivcfltest waves tnhen i" is nearly ail used m inspec- The events ccmnieuccd with UK am! curls. tions, prospcutions, advorlisinK parade, which consisted of It's good news, indeed, that, now dispense with the. tongs'forever! The cnrfiness j neavj a iu'Lju-as uiusi... is so much more natural looking prosPCiitionB hrihg fines, and_ Of making; cloth for the pioneers; where the liquid silmerino is useii, and certainly one's "crowning glory" appears softer, glossier and more beautiful. When it is so easy to se- ciire a few ounces of this from the will'keep the hair in our) for no reason now for any one putting up with straight, straggly, or scorched, deart- Jnoking hair. course, will defray all expenses- Then when it comes'to-that-point where there will be -no prosecutions, the province will he under no expense and .everything'-will-he just, the same sheep being sheared, the wool being conibed out and then spun into yarn, i and finally the cloth being made hy hand from the yarn. Each of the provinces were repre- iis before. Again, if we need revenue11sealed by pretty gir.s on there arc lots of ways of getting bav'ing suitable costumes. Thei so none of the people need worry ;i camn foiiow to how the province will plod along. iers downs, etc We'll pull through, all right." sports Proqr -HI Sfak-h-h! There goes the 7th point. Have you looked for it in Sterling Gum It is well worth finding. with flavor. GRIT purity a daylight factory by bands The dum PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS in Suitable rewards for the discovery of the 7th. point will be offered latci COFFEE Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon, the name signi- fies all that is beat. Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee, Baking Spices, Jelly Pow- ders and Extracts, They will give perfect satisfaction, jgramme i The parade was followed by a most j interesting programme, under Lho 1 large circular' bowery. Each of the, towns furnished' several number's forj the programme. The orator of the j day was Hyrum Go'id from Mountain j View, and his speech on "the pion- eers" was certainly very a pyre- ciated by the audience. j The afternoon was given over to j sports. Races of all kinds and for all I ages were very well contested. The j best race of the day, however, was tho 100 yards dasb free for all. A good-sized was gotten up for this race. Thfc famous Os. French, from Hill Spring, was defeated by a big henvyiveighi from GJenwood, Mr. Graham. This is reported to he .the first time that Os. French has .ever been defeated by anyone in the south end of the province. On account of the threatening wea- i tlier Uin baseltiil] teams failed to; i show'tip for the two league games; j nevertheless, the baseball fans got j their heart's desire, Cor Leavitt cJial- j lenged any picked team from the crowd, and the challenge was imme- j dJateiy accepted. The Hiie-up was: i Leavitt, c.: Jack Red- ford, p.; Thus. Leavitt, lb; Melvln Leavitt, 2b; Mathp.w Lean'tt, 3b; Jack Glenn, s.a.- M. Allen, r.f.; Roy Wil- son, c.f.: Burt Matkin, l.f. i The Picked McKenzie, Mo.untain View; Burt p., I fountain View, George Gihb, Ih, Hill (Spring; Dave Gihb, 2h, Hill Earn Holme, 3b, Glenwood; Sam j j Parker, s.s., Glenwood; G. Burgess, i j r.f., Gv.'ir.vood; O. c.f., Gien-i wood; G. Parker, l.f., Mountain View, j I The game was most interesting j i first inning to the [ast. jitt bad (he best of it until the fourth, i iwben Redford went'up in the air, and [let in six runs. From then on the t I game was lost to Leavitt. The final (score was 11-7 in favor of the Picked Team. L. Hnrd from Hill Spring was the umpire. A basketball game, between Glen- wood and HK1 Spring if suited In a i draw, 2-3. j The wrestling bout between John-. 'fiton of Hill Spring and Workman of j t Glenwood, resulted in a win for j jjohnston. lie threw Workman in 10 j j minutes by using a flying nelson, and i when be came to the mat Workman j was knocked cold by the fall, having J1H upon bis neck and the back of his head. At night, a grant! ba'il was givdn, (and this ended the day's events. i Those who were in a position to dc- jcidc said that it was the most success- ful celebration in years. G. 13. Ga- boon, under whose management the celebration was placed, is -to be con- gratulated. From a point of finance, the associated committees did re-1 jmarkabiy The proceeds am- j j minted to which gcss into the j 1 treasuries of tho S.unday schools of! (the five wards participating in the J celebration. 1 This morning the HU'ie boy of Dish- j fop LcflviU of GJeinvood fell from bis] i horse and broke his arm in two places. O. L. Stringliani is building a fino new barn. Messrs. Thomas and Sher- wood are the contractors. L. C-. CahooH, NIC "Wafbin's is in Glenwood now during this week. Archibald Murdoch, ft pioneer tler of l.achute. Is dead. A "iiaint factory at Okotoks is a APRICOT WEEK! This week ant! the noxt are the big weeks for preserving Apricots. The season for this fruit, a week ahead of last year, is particularly short. The fruit ripens wilh a rur-h. reaches Uie market, arid is yone, often. forr- ihe consumer realizes it. Last year, the Fruit .Markets Commissioner was dclugfid with inquiries for British Columbia Apricots, after the season was over. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! .Luscious, juicy, vipr- I'.ritiph Columbia Apricots, thirty to forty-eight hours from the or- chard; the -best on the market this year will be offered freely in for die next ten days only. Do not delay! Buy now! Insist on Canada Grown Fruit! IF YOUR GROCER IS NOT SELLING BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUITS, ASK HIM WHY! PRESERVE YOUR FRUITS WITHOUT SUGAR It is'a fact, not generally re- alized, but vouched for by Do- mestic Science Experts: 1. That sugar, in the small proportion usually used, 3 .of fruit lo 1 of sugar, plays no part in the preservation of the fruit from deterioration. The import ant thins is lo sterilizt; the jars carefully, and to make sure they are airtight. 3. That sugar loses much of its sweetening power in the pro- cess, so that it is much more economical to sweeten, to taste after cooking, o. That fruits put up without sugar retain an immeasurably superior fruity flavor. TRY OUT THE SUGARLESS METHOD! Substitute care in sterilizing for cash outlay! Save your sugar money! Keep the real fruit taste in your preserves! THE BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT BOOKLET WILL TELL YOU HOW! COMPETITION FOR HOUSEWIVES Two crates of luscious Apri- cots are offered in competition open to housewife readers of the Herald: For the foest tried and tested Apricot in the British Columbia Fruit Booklet not eligible. Originality novelty will count strongly in the judges" decision. As similar competitions are taking place in other cities, aJJ competing reci- pes imiPt mention the name of the paper in which tho adver- tisement was soen. Recipes must 'be in the hands of J- Forsytb Smith, British Co- lumbia Fruit Markets Commis-- sionor, 032 Tenth St., Sunny- side. Calvary, Alta., not later fhiin noon, U'odnesflnr, August 4th. Send for free copy of an at- tractively illustrated booklet of 78 pages just got out by the British Columbia Fruit Growers' Association, giving 225 recipes for using British Columbia fruits: bow to preserve fruits without sugar; when to buy B. C. fruits to the best advantage; how to store apples; when to use the different varieties of apples, etc, WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OFFICIAL FRU.IT NEWS AND OTHER COMPETITIONS. .Iiulm- h-cs of Calvary IK a I'cw dny-i in the city. .Mrs. T. H'll'f returned yesterday, after a huimii}