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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1HIO THE LBTHBRIDGE. DAILY I1KKALD, PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY Special Milk-Fed Lamb Spring Veal Delicatessen 'Shamrock Cooked Ham. per Jellied Ox Tongue, Ib..........45c Jcijied -Lamb's Tongue, per Ib..........45c Special Ham Bologna. 20c Provisions Special Windsor Backs, peamealed, sliced, -bbr Ib. 30c dominion Cottage Rolls, peamealed. per Ib. 23c Ayrshire Bacon, sliced, per 30c Shamrock Creamciy But- ter, perlb 35C rnpress Crea mery, 2-ibs. for 65c o.- 1 Fresh made Fann- ers' Dairy. per Ib. 25c Special Tomato Sausage Ib 25c APPKOVED PRODUCTS OFDE-- BENDABLE MERIT Burns Co. Limited AIN 3RD AVE. SOUTH. PHONES 412 1386 3MIN1ON MARKET COR, 4TH AVE, 4 6TH ST. S., PHONE 1654 U.ACE 13TH PHONE 431 ST. N., (From our own correspondent) Nobleford, July thirty took advantage of the special excur- sion to tho experimental faru Thursday. They report a good time there. A parcel containing about 100 ar- ticles wont forward to Calgary on Thursday from the local Rod CI-OBH branch. This makes the total num- ber of sent since March about 500. and represents the willing work of the helpers in this district. The work is much needed at the present time and even more helpers will be heartily welcomed It is expected that many will avail themselves of the Red Cross excursion to Calgary and Sar- cee camp on. Saturday, the 29th. Tick- ets may be obtained from Rev. W. C. Marsh, chairman of the society. The members of the Ladies' Aid aoein to be indefatigable. No.sooner have they completed one effort than they begin to prepare for a big lawn social to be hold at the home of Mrs. C. S. Noble sometime next month. The ladies certainly take the prize for ag- gressiveness. Efforts are being made to pror.ure a pianoforte teacher for the town. A competent teacher has consented' to come regularly if assured of a cer- tain number of pupile. and will charge only a moderate fee. It la a good opportunity for those wishing to take advantage of such instruction. D. Ferguson, who was severely hurt last week, IH now on the high road to recovery and expects to be about shortly. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Buchan went to Calgary on Saturday where Mrs. IJu- chan is intending to stay for a fort- night. Rev. Dr. .T. T. Ferguson, suporinten- ent of missions for Southern Alberta, was a visitor on Monday and met the board of managers of the Presbyterian church. Matters affecting tlie general nterests of the church work were dis- cussed and arrangements were made 'or a special visit on Sunday. August 2nd, when Dr. Ferguson will preach at Nobleford and Newlauds: While lere the superintendent was tlie guesl of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart. The ladies' aid will meet with Mrs. Moser at Grandvlew farm on Thurs- lay afternoon at 3.00 p.m. Dutch Christian Reformed church has called a minister who at the present time is holding a charge the state of Washington. He is expected to arrive in the course of a few days and will take up his residence n Nobleford. We have pleasure in announcing the birth on Saturday last of a daughter Mr. and -Mrs. Smith of Calgary. Mrs. Smith, 'formerly Miss Lois Taca- lerry, is well known in this district vhere she resided for some time. Mrs. Stewart, received a letter this week from B. .C. Salter, formerly pas or of this congregation and now serv _ at the front. He .writes from Bel gium in good rliealth and says is glad to he able to do his hit in he great struggle.. His two, brothers iave also joined up. One of thorn Millet Salter, is also well known in his district, having taught schoo n the country for some months. Rev. Dr. Ferguson, superintendent 01 missions, has two sons serving in the Canadian forces. While here he show ed a package of fine dust Just receiviM from the front, the remains of a brick winch was crushed by a-shell. A season. of brief but stirring 'ex citement was occasioned on Tuesdaj afternoon when, one of a team horses owned by Mr Tacaherry, decid- ed on an exhibition which went to show what a horse can do in the waj of mischief. Fortunately the only oc cupant of the rig got out in time and no one was hurt. This Is the seconc time lately we'have seen, such adven- tures and there, are some who think that we will soon be able to qualify for a real old-time stampede. Who knows? There were a large number of sad children on Wednesday morning when the wet ground and heavy clouds de- cided the fate of the picnic. Even the assurance that the long-looked-for event was' only postponed did not greatly help to make things better, so treat was arranged in the school grounds and games indulged in. All dnds of good things were provided, including Ice cream, etc., and a real good time was spent. The ladies are on the warpath. They liave challengpd the men to give a sup per, prepared and served by men and in which the only part taken by the ladies will be in the eating. The men could make good if they liked to but whether they will dare re- mains to be seen. We suggest bache- and eggs, and corn syrnu. Clarence Burns was the victim of vhat might, have proved an even more serious accident on Tuesday, .when lie !qll from .1 water tank which was full it the, tim-y.1 .With great pluck ho vniked for nearly n. rnilo to his home from whlchr ho was si fence taken by auto to the Gait hospital at Leth- bridge, Galbralth was summoned and ft was found that his arm had been fractured In three places. Clarence is still In hospital, but his many friends will- be glad'to learn that he is pro- gressing favorably.. Cardston News Sixty Years the Standard BAKING POWDER Made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. NO ALUM Mr. McDonald, manager of tho Roy- al Bank, spent last week fishing at Waterton lakes. Miss Maud Pickup who has had charge of the Cardston Pharmacy dur- ing tho absence of her brother, leaves Thursday mm'iiiug for a month's visit to points in the east. Rev. Mr. IDenoon. of Lethbridge, Mr. Porter of Owewlalo and Mr. Hodge of Boundary Creek, wc-re guests Mon- day of H. W. Stevenson at tlie Pres- jylorian manse. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton of Cow- ley are visiting friends in Cardston tor u few days. Rev. Mr, MeNfchol received a cable- ;ram on Friday from Rev. Canon Mow- at, announcing his safe arrival at Liv- erpool. John Ibey has been fined and costs, for pulling down a whooping- cough notice from his residence, said lotiue having been placed there by ;he constable. ENCHANT A. Arnold, of LflthbridgB, la. the guest of her daughter, Mra. W. O. Ward. Mr. aiid bride re- turned from 'a flvb- aiiil western Enchant, July M'adfor Saub are building a big barn, it will hold' forty head of horses when :t is finished. They will also remodel Knudson's old store building and will put in a full line nf gents' furnishings' The Mercantile Co. have built an addition to their stoj'e. Win. Freebiirger is building a large dwelling. Dr. Woodcock is also building a dwelling and an office. Mr. Nelson is now putting a ing on his lot which -when completed will be one of the nicest in town. F. G. Lewis is digging a basemen for a dwelling. Larse Clevo is coming to Enchant to start a dray line. He has bought P. G. Knudson's house and lot and is going to reside there. P. G. Knudson is leaving for th farm soon. He intends to try farming. Mr. and Mrs. McCann have moved to Travers where they will make their future home. Mr, Henuing is riinnlH, the Home elevator in Mr. McCaim's place. Grain in this district and around ii looking good and all the farmers are looking for a bumper-crop. Dr. Woodcock left for the States where he will take a course .in the medical college. He will-be gone about a month. Mrs. Ole Garthus has purchased a new anto. Mrs. Wm. Johnston hag opened: a new restaurant und cafe and be kept quite busy. The picture shows held in the Far- mers' hall are very interesting. -ASK FOR- ROYAL CROWN SOAP Specially Made for the Water of (his Country 1 Made in Alberta Save the Coupons for Premiums fi BARS 25c Tlie following letter lias bocn re- ceived by friends in tin.1 city from Driver J. K. Woods, with the Battery at Petawawa Petawawa Camp, July Ist.'l A few lines to let you know 1 at Btlll alive and kicking This is th only life, we are camped in tents an at present it Is raining at about on iuch jjer minute, being rather ta I calculate 1 -shall lituig out abou 72 minutes if it keeps tip. Alberta I now dry, I suppose, and 1 wish P> awawa was too as far as the weathe goes. Not having much to do las Sunday L went Ashing; ththiiig, that. What excitement there is to ng, It Is a sport of its own and wi! stay HB own too for I doii't want I sat by the river in a real summe sun of about 100% heat units unti I was done a nice brown color an' dangled my worm in tlie water fo about what a fisherman, I suppose call an hour. 1 thought i seemed longer, but making sure in; watch had not slopped, I began t figure'that Petawawa air must hav< had a serious effect on my menta propensities so I thought I'd take m. iiat, coat, stick and gloves ami went" my weary way among the bushei and green ferns back to camp am true to nature, as the saying "like tc those greeu ferns bowed thei: [leads te- me, In -homage l suppose t< their superior in color. I will leave the rest of the Ilsh for Harry Tate as he makes a better Job of it. We are hav- ing more sports now such as boxing wrestling, etc., and rough riding. We lold tlie laurels for riding and on :ea-ni won the final of the rough ridint class out of 4.500 men in this camp Dur team consists of three which are Christensen, an old Stampede boy Davies, an old Mounted Police and myself. Our pictures were taken east a couple .of dozen times the lay we won the championship, tlie camera men were chasing us all ovei .he place. I will send you one when get them. We are making good pro ;ress in our training and expect to be on our way six weeks to England. I would' like to hear froir you sometimes I do not get much mail being a little on the outside you know and not-willing to be put on for the sake of peace terms, or otherwise not being an American anil settling things by notes, and worshipping UIL dollar. Travers, July annual U F. A. picnic was held here last Wed- nesday with, a very large ;crowd attendance and "as-the day was cool and-b'rlgbt the programme was enjoy- ed, by all. The Champion baseball team met the Lomond and played a close game, the sc6re 'being 3-3 at the close of the ninth inning, a tie.-One more inning jwas: -played to settle who was the winner and Lomond came out ahead by one score. TraVers team was to play- the winning team but it was too latejn the day, so they will probably have the game at some other time. The Ladies' Aid had a very large tent and furnished meals for all -who desired, they took in ?125, which will swell the church fund to some extent but the ladies who were in charge did not. get much benefit of the holiday as they had to work until very late at night. We noticed in particular that the work was all being done by farmers' wives gener- ally have plenty of hard work nt home. We wish there were some other of paying the preacher than overworking the women. In the ladies' 'race the winner re- ceived a churn presented by John Taylor, the hardware man.- Lee Jones is building a new resi- dence in the east1 end of town. AH the newly-weds after being duly 'charivareed" have settled down in their various homes about town as happy as larks in spring. May joy ever abide with them. Crops are looking fairly well and harvest will be hero in two or three weeks but it is quite evident there will be no such yields as last year, on an average, in this locality. Alrich Co. sold six new Chevrolet autos yesterday. Guy llcCann has moved here from Enchant and takes jcharge of pi the Homo elevator. Mr. Kean's daughter from Nebraska is visiting him. BAR MISSIONARIES Washington. July States iml other non-British missionaries and ;cachors will not be permitted to en- sage in their, work in India until strin- gent regulations; .as information ibncerning been complied vith and permission been obtained rom the Indian authorities. Announce- nent to this effect is ramie by the British 'embassy.. WARNED THRICE, IS JUSTIFIABLY KILLED Mount Vernon, July {Nathan Sexton had ignored three warn- I ings to keep away from the home .of Mrs. Anna Perry, she shot and killed him, Mrs. Perry was not arrested. I jury held today that UiS Dining was'-''justified''as the evl- denco showed abua- Wf. [toward the woniau.' v AFTER BIG SALE WE NOW CLEAR THE REMNANTS, ODDS AND ENDS ON SALE SATURDAY ALMOST HALF PRICE Remnants of silks, wool dress goods, prints, ginghams, muslins, voiles and embroideries. Odd lines in waists, dresses, skirts, boys' hats, children's play suits, and many other lonelys, all arranged for quick clearance tomorrow. The Simpson Co., Limited We guarantee Goodyear Wingfoot Air Heels to outwear any other rubber heels you have ever morn, or any others you can now buy. Should they not meet this guarantee, return them to us at Toronto, or to any Goodyear Branch, and get a new pair free. The Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ont. a pair put on, Black or Chocolate, at Shoe Re- pairers and Shoe Stores. It is Worth While to Pay More for Goodyear Rubber Heels It is worth while to pay a little more than the ordinary price to get a heel that's better than ordinary heels. The ten cents extra which you pay for Goodyear Wingfoot Air Heels will be worth many times more to you in extra wear, extra comfort, extra satisfaction. We could make a heel to sell as cheaply as other heels. But it would not be the best Goodyear could produce. V Therefore, Wingfoot Air Heels are offered you at the lowest possible price which permits Goodyear standards of excel- lence to be maintained. Wingfoot Air Heeis are thick, lively, adding a lift .to your walk. The air cushions soften the pavement. With Wingfoot exercise be- comes a pleasure as well as a duty. EAR CANADA Wingfoot Air Heels ;