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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1915 THE DAII.V HERALfl_ FIVE The. fl. V. Club will "Oi. MICH unt'i further 'notice- Mr K X. "I va.sa.y, pondiiiK'a in the city. SEALED PACKETS BLACK, MIXED B20 (JKKMAN KK1) CROSS'SOLDIER WEEK-END n. Bdmonlon. Alia., .Inly der (ialbrallh. one of ll.e best livestock men ill A.neri.'a. has umm appointed by tho provincial Ur- AKl'iculturo as provincial S.UI ierinU-ndent of iaii'B and lustitiilw. succession ihu late t h. willard W. T. I At il'.n prcsenl time Mi- i allM'nool. was president or. tho jd m s'rto'judKe of C'lvdw drew's church, on oi ''lit" tlio weather. Ho has i The DaiiRhU-rs ol fn Uni'ed Status, lon.-i row af 'has i 'l'o in ,he United Stales, including Win-i who was rc- cm-iln rmvcrsity, where he was to. (ransferre-l hy the vears In chars- o' the instltulu lo has been in work among the farmers. the city for a couple m nun --------------------------i his 'family he Icit "'L To Winter ,V Internment Camp 1" ,'Chapman, of the. army soldiers at Sal.sMr, I TIK. "s s-i''- e: .Hid will have Msum inmisiary supplies ior lire announced IE ,y the respirator shown the Picture. and 1o this aitenioon in his auto to lool- over the location lor winter Barters for the internes. mcciiiiK of the patriotic society, was held last evening to mate final dn-its oi committses to take chares of f-e' pardcn parti- being Riven a. the home of Mr. Tritcs on the loufth- oi Aumist. The spacious grounds, are i hem" divided as to location ol booths [or Ihe hi" day- The ladies ol the I. 0 K and 'the Red Cross society i arc takins bold of the affair and a hip success is assured.______ Italian and French Official Reports London. French offi- cial statement of today reports minor activities but no fighting aay ponance, while the latest Italian an- nouncement says the progress of the Italian-forces on the Plateau has been satisfactory, and i bey have been successful in minor encounter, at other points. Chapter I. 0. -D K 'are in rccolvi oi a lettergram National., fl.aptcr. -at rel.pnu-s sprv.ci-b are. all over Hie I'-ml'irc n Wet Weather Stops Ravages of Cutworm "It's an ill wind that blows no- body any was truly sain. E. H Strickland, Dominion entomolo- gist, that "had it not been lor the, u.itisual and protracted spell o. wet weather which followed seeding, hundreds of acres would have been s rnnrd hv the voracious cutworm, or so seriously thinneil that the crop would not liavo paid for the labor ex- pended on it." The wet weather may be had ior the rheumatics and un- -atisfactorv for haying, and damag- io motor trips, but it lias put a imp damper on the appetite ol the ;ngry pest.______________ ,Vm Jsbistrr, for 4fi years in the npioy of the Hudson's nay Car lied near Selkirk, Man.. NOBLE CROPS GOOD Nobleford, Alta., July Throe weeks of good weather arc needed to mature the crops in this district. With the exception ofa few hundred acres damaged by hail, the crops continue to look splen- did. The wheat and oats are beginning to fill out in good shape. ft Kansas City, .Mo.. July farmers have returned temporarily to the fashion of long hair and lonjj beards, to prevent mosquitoes from Interfering with harvesting. Accord- mp lo reports from western Kansas counties, Ihe farmers and their help- ers have found this the only protec- tion from the insects. The continued wet weathei l.s caused stagnant water in the fields PAYMASTER ROBBED Prince Albert, Sask., July prince AIUWH. There are' reports on all sides here that two Prince Albert men robbed the paymaster's office of the o3rd Battalion at Sowcl'l of 54000. Tins In- formation is reported to have reach- here through several' private chan- roadsides, and .great numbers of mosqiiltocB infest the The farmers say the insects ire unabl-- to liotber them when faces and necks are protected with- long eeirit-held an gi -It'll, the anniversary oi tne j declaration'oi war. nailllhiers oi I e services. The Women's Missionary .society of St met I uesday af- ?-rnoon at the home of Mrs. Mooilic, 18th street north. The meelim; was; presided Ofer by the president, Mrs ROES, who sang a rjl.cji'n.iea' 'nu (iistiuKsiOi'i H re- pTe srael, and niffertnt parts o, the. wcre-talen by Mrs. Mrs. Swadie, -Lip. lii'S'in and Mrs., Moodip. The Weslcv Ladies' Aid henetitted! gratlv froni the lea held yesterday afternoon" at the home of Mrs. John, Livingstone. Mrs. Livingstone assisted in looklhg after her man> bv the officers ol last T-idies' Xid, Mrs. Humet, Mrs. vir- ta: Mrs DaXi-son, 'Mrs. Crawford: and Mrs. Ilicss. The drawing room; was attractively adorned'with a pro-; usion of pink sweet peas, white, sweet peas" used effectively in the draine; room. Mrs. Bawson and j Mrs- Chandler romlcrcd a musical I program during the afternoon. Mr'and-Mrs. R. T.'Br'ymner cii-i tertaincd last evening at an cnioj-i able, party at Starland the- atre, when their guests, who includ- ed the caste oi "Arc You a. Mason which was produced neu- irv were given an opportunity o! seci'ne John 'Barrymorc's portrayal of the. .same play. The gucsls includ- ed "Mrs. Stewart (Helleville Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Ritchie Misses Hazel, Miss Simp- son, Miss Macleod and Messrs cnmb Blundell and P.. Hyde. hair. ___ BURNHAM RE-NOMINATED retcrborougli, Onl., July 3. H- Peterliorongti, um., Burnham, JI.P.. was today chosen can- nets. QUITE A RECORD llanna. Alia., "July 27.-EJnal re-, turns, for Hand Hil'.s: dry, ,.iO wet- which is about 700 more votes thaii polled in the last provincial el- ection. UNUSUAL VIEWS OF SHORNCLIFFE The high b'ins Shorncllffe camp near the southern coast of Kent where the Canadians arc at. present in training. Eddy Wood Institute and the Ross Barracks where many ofthe men are quartered, lie at the north of Ihe camp, and the road seen in the plctmo nms south to SeaDrook and the famous old Cinque port of Hylho "For Quality" Groceries Phone 313 EXTRA SPECIAL 20 pound sack ot C B. C. ior o 40, Per yard Ends of Wilton Carpet 1 1-2 yards Long, 95c per end One dcsiRn of tills inches wide, short emls-lVa J'arJs Ions _ Worth 52.25 yard for Gearing out more Remnants of Linoleums Can you Utilize any of These Oddments? fnr 42.25 .Reg. 53-15 for ..Reg. for .Hog. 53.65 for .Reg. Sfi.SS 9 square yards, fawn, floral square yards Oak Plank Printed Lino. 7H oqur.ru vards Rose and Cream Floral. squard yards Oak Block Design..........---- 1-1 scuare yards Green Floral 7 square yards heaviest grade Primed Red Fawn Block 14 55 for 7 square yards Blue and Cream Lino 8Vi square yards Green Floral...........------ Will Be in Charge of Our Tea, Rooms on Friday Afternoon Skirt Clcavaucc; and values to deaf at and '4 emart stvle Skirts snibject to a radical morning, navys black, mixed greys- and hrown. AH S5iOO Two and..............T House Dresses, Special neliUvBmad-eI'and nicely Tliesc Chic Little Coatees to dear at and white stripe, tan white S3.95 Jti.oo values' for Ladies' Oxfords ?3.00 values in Ladies' Men's Bluchers Boots 54.00: values in Ladies' Tan Call BulUm IjMtn. Selectod-leather, good neat ttl RQ Sizes 2Vi to 4 Ladies' "K" Boots MOO values in Ladies' "K" Boots, Choose-ftpm 'black1 and tan, button or Wueher models.' Sale price ...-----..........v AtlSc Copy My Tom, Tom Man Over the Alpine" Mountain's Little Ford Rambled Bight Along From Now On When I Was a Dreamer 1 WRilt. to Linger It's Tulip Time In Holland At20cCopy When the Roses Bloom In Avelon Don't Take My Darling Boy Away When Our Mothers Rule the Woria. -oream Waltz Instrumentals 25c Water Lilies Bowl of Tansies Basket of Roses Evening Eleanor. The view, RiEftoro lines, shows the married men's -luarlers of tbe camp now lillod will! Canadian bachelors, while the Queen's Canadian Military Hospital at Hoaol.iborousii, two and a half miles away, is the Klizabelhan niHrsion which the Canadian and An- ..lo-f'anadian residents of London presented to the war office when the war broke out. Col. Donald Armour describes it as being "gloriously- sit- uated and an ideal place for conval- escents.'1 1911 Arguments Have Faded Away OnL, 'July Morn- ine Citizen (Independent) dealing ed- itarlafiy, fo.rty million Canadian loan :raised .in New Tort, few years ago Hie preseiit ad- ministration went to the country on a British flag platform. was to be no truck.with the, Yankees, re- cinrocilv was the first weakening of Ih'eImperial chain, .be, -re [he ImOL..-. sacrificing our manufacturers B.ut evor since tii is good tea9' PORT ONTASlOi Church'School- for i nr.isM ish sovereigns, we promptly roll up he old flag and travel, hat in hand o New York, to save a few thousand ollnrs at the expense of London. "And London has plenty of money 0 -lend.. She is flnancirig her .Allies, and according to the accepted msan- ng of the Chancellor's-...statement a el days aso.in the House, .to finance. Bulgaria and. Roumania. as soon as these countries decide to, enter-.the war H er huge .war- loan sub- scribed with extraordinary rapidity, and 'the OJd J.ady of Threadneedle street1 was never In a.prpsper- ous condition as now... Yet Canada coos across the.line for a paltry forty millions to save exchange .expenses. "The business principles that have promoted this Wall -street loan on Ca- nada's' part are excellent, ..The Do minion should deal .in: market and particularly at a time like But what of. the loyalty ,cry, the noliticnl prostitution of the. and "the hypocritical accusations that those who wished to. deal in the. cheap- Mt and most convenient market for good, wer? traitors to .King and country." 1 HIDES IN CELLAR j WITH EXPLOSIVES Kingston, Out., July arrested a German here, yesterday, Urho had a" with esplo.- fsivcs had. 'been hiding in .the cel- 1 lar 'of a vacant house.near a large Uas tank. It Is .believed that he. w-as plottins to Wow uii the works.. He was interned. heels. 20 pairs only Roumania Still Refuses to Allow Munition to Pass Milan, Italy, July from Buchares't report that the Rou- manian .government still catfjoncal ly refuses' to allow munitions., to, Turkey to traverse her.territory. CONTAINS NO ALUM ;