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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 30, THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN f i j; -1 When you've ordered Silk dollyoii accept Sateen? Almost a foolish question, quite! There are still some people who order Kellogg's Corn Flakes and are given a substitute as accept the imitation. The difference between Phones Res.1115 Office 1224 FLAKES and the "just as good" kind is even greater than the difference between silk and sateen. The great difference is in the flavor and the nutriment. Be sure that you ask for and get It is the original. lOc per Long Service _irii satisfaction are assured I if joupurchase spoons and Serving pieces tearing thc trade mark This brand is knomi as "Silper Plale that Wears I and is made In the licari rade bf plate. Famo for CHIC AND DISINGUISHED EVEN ING FROCK In Ivory charmeuse with frills of jicot-edged net. DtTOAL P4KTY SAW DING- MAN GUSH AND WERE Calgarv, July 29 Royaliy has Msitcd the Calgary oil fields Royal- ty has cotne away and en- thusiastic: In the course of their long-expected to Calgary yesterday un their tour of Canada, the Duke of IConnaugiit, governor-general, the Duchess of C9nnaught and the Pnn cess Patricia.'.alter. a morning devot- ed to a review of the hoy scouts, the mounted police veterans, addresses of welcome and', farewell' at Victoria park, and a successful run of the fire hngade, palU a formal visit to the fjingnian. wells Through the converting baptism of the oil that the Dingman-. showers without regard to persons, the vice- regal party were, convinced that there u is ample foundation for .the faith that the indications of au oil field are excellent: Eager and willing at the touch of thit well magician, Driller Hovis, who did hot wear-y, plug hat nor a morning but'was attired ply as Drltiec Discover; well threw its oil fifty feet into the air, the valves being opened, for the fapace of two when it was closed down to the crude oil to le run into the tanks. The Duke expressed his at -the pow- er cKhihitcd by the well, and in con- with Alderman Frost de- clared the field was of great interest to the admiralty NO MORE Vancouver, July. re- ceived here from Hongkong and Cal- cutta declare .'.that no second Hindu has left any Asiatic port lor this side of Pacific WORK STARTS ON PELISLE .EXTENSION July grading outfits have started on the Der lisle extension1 of the C. IWt, working toward this elty from Kindersley. Laugh merrily while life Is I artistically atfailgdii In pink, the cen- death ciita short all laughter tre decoration'heing-a mound of tra- Laugh all thy lite, and let the tear Coine if al blue broche with cloth of sil and embrpideied >n Oold threads wore a and ropes of pearls Miss "Vorke lad) Mr aud Mf B CJ McMillan of Hills w to DuCLfis in Jjurg, Outdare visrliiib friends in, tlie shaded charraefe tunic n'Av city Miss Handley of Millbrook, Ont, rlib is en route to. Banif-ahd.Edmon- tbiii'-is visiting at 615 Ninth street for a few days. Mr and Airs John leave o" turday 'tor Australia, where will make their future home they Mrs. M. accompanied by her daughter, left to visit, frith her sons in Seattle and Portland, Ore. Eugene. Power, of Edmonton, will .arrive in the city this evening. Mr. F. E. Masofli of Seattle, is in the city a guest with .Mrs, J. H. Cheney. Mis Marcella LafTertj-, who .has teen visiting in Calgary, leaves this week for where she will usit for bootl 1 rouiptly at, six Mrs. Lewis A. FelgeC and daugh- Hl __ B _ l.nr Inili in Tl-ol of hite lace and diamond orna m nU. ard rme Vilhcra was gown 1! in oyster satin brochc pofnte lace anU diamond orna m Albertan TVi much -anticipated fotc the ictona order cl nurses gahten par ty yesterday waB'a much greater suc- cess than even the most sanguine of its fiomoiers had.dared to hope, Nothing.could have been improved upon the weather was of the most d hjitful of Alberta s chmc- even the new-mociij braved theisliining sun and "blight smimg "to" take a peep dt vlnt was going on 1 he el> gtotinfls hich Mr Burrs h tl so kindly donated and thc statel} looking house resembling an old-time castle, formed the requisite tin? foi the light lummen gouns of the Indies as thpy gathered in Croups or ceie-gaily, de- her ncla attendei1 Word received? from who has been, very ill in St. Paul, states that she is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hufner are moving into th-sir pretty new bungalow on Lleventfa St., S; n n" Dr. arid Mrs. George T..Marcs are eiroyin-g a trip to Calgary, Banff and Laggan. Mrs. E. N. Hirinhotham will be a n tea hour Saturday in boh- ,R. cccasiciif was held, being too fatigued to attend, Princess Patricia wore a pretty gott-n of embroidered marquisette, trimmed with lace, and a large hat W-'tli JltsXlterkinshaw present- ed her with a bouquet- qf jpink roses and Mis. Scott lalso presented a ton quet ff r d nnd white. rocer r r lnc duchjss Mics A ill ers was go 1 m black and :white strijK crepe and a small Accompanied hj the ladies and Mr Better Than Stocks and Bonds -will pay far better dividends. Strength, energy and a keen brain are bound to succeed. food and right living go a long way toward health. A good start is to avoid heavy, greasy foods that overheat, and over-taS the digestion. iva scientific food containing great nutriment in small bulk, aha quickly digested: i Made, of .wheat and barley, a salt and pure Cartesian all. Grapi-Nuts contains all of the nourishment of the grain, including the vital mineral phosphates that are essential W. the perfect re- building'of body and brain. Grape-Nuts food is ready to serve fijoin the package appetizing and satisfying. "There's a Reason" by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Poslum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. or of Miss Ruth Freeman. 4 Mrs, -A. E. Wilssn leaves shortly to Sfehd the remainder of tlie summer with friends in New-Telegram. Cross, of Sparwood, who has ous Looths and after making j oral purchases, left grounds to the strains ot the MapleILeaf, played bj the band ILertau There was a rather romant'; diiu" at AtlwVasca the other day n Ihts ot n j ttood son of tho ex mi J or of Athijisca was marucd Mr. Justice. Ives spent Tuesday in Cal0ary en. route home from Edmon- ton. Mr. ana Mrs. John Ave., A., expect to leave .the ,liu. part of August Calgary; where they "will make their future home. Mrs. A. '51, Grigs entertained yus- .terday afternoon at a thimble tea- Ten gutsts were bidden, the hostess being assisted at the 'tea hour by Miss Hickey. Mr. and Mrs. Howard.Hull (Miss Margaret -Angling are occupying .a bungalow at Blue Sea Lake-, i having previously been the for.some time of the Hon. Justice and Mrs; Anglin. '4 t -Dr. and Mrs.. of jMacleod, wili..go to Calgary next, week to make, that ..city their., permanent iiome.. 'They .have taken Costi- aan's'house dtiring later. Anyone 'with musical or histri- onic ability is asked to to join the or- ganization. 'The groom met bis tare-wife w-h'ile I (tid t.-. agair.st Hen. A. G. Mackay in Atha asca Isst year. The Athabasca. last, provincial election, and he too.. the far northern part ef" the consti- Ltu.ncy. lo.canvass for votes. He took that part because it, was the most diEl-cult. Fort Vermilion JIN includ- ed in the 1st, and when he started out in his campaign ho" imide the ac- quaintance of the Anglican minister and_lhis daughter. She e'spoiiEL-d the cause of the Conservative candidate, and i.efore Fort Vermilion was struck the young Tom had also be- come a for matri- mony. He was conquered b.y the vir- .ti'cs iind'ti.e Braces of the girl that today is his wife." Ti.e father's wedding gift to his son was a piece of property at Mir- ror Landing, valued at and a team of horses. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Week-End Sale Notes Tell of Some Mighty Economies These three spec- ials in Men's WearDept. MEN'S COMBINATIONS A special in Summer Under- wear for men that will be ap- preciated: Summer weights In tine Egyptian cotlon, Halbrlggnn Combinations, ankle lengths, all sizes in the lot. QRfft Regular J1.25 -.........OwU A CLEARANCE SALE OF MEN'S LISLE SOCKS Upwards of 150 pairs in this hurry out sale of Cotton and Lisle Half Hoee. This range consists of plain colored ,black, tan and grey hosiery, also hand- somely embroidered lines. Sizes 9% to 11. Values 25c and S5e. All one ft 1 ftft 6 pairs for 1 MEN! YOUR SUMMER UNDERWEAR IS HERE .Two -piece style underwear. These- suits aro made from fin- est Egyptian. Cotton yarn; all sizes in .tills lot. Lay in your summer supply now at this values per suit Quality First Groceries PHONE 313 3 Iljs. Creamery liutter 9 23 Packages fifi Sunlight Soap I V 3 cans Pineapple for.......'.'......- 20 IS. Sa'ck ot Sugar 8 cans Toma- toes 1 case of Toma- '1063 2 cans o( Orsen- gages for 2 cans Lombard. Plujns.......T 13 packets Coi-n 4 Flakes for I .UU 24 lh. sack Seal of Quality Fiour and 1 H. C. Baking QRf> Complete .....i OVW 3 cans Tomato Catsup for....... 27c Three Important Shoe Bargains Tomorrow BURT'S S5.50 PUMPS "Iliirt's" famous make, in La- dies' Pumps and Oxfoi'ds, A clearance of all our broken llnOA paics in all. Cbarmlng styles, al! (sizes. Not a In lot worth loss CH than .........9wVW LADIES' FINE SLIPPERS VALUES 3 strip styles !n ladles'' Slip- pers, medium heels, smart and dressy styles., 30 paire of these 'to hurry out rSis week ead-. The regular value of these SHppers is ?2.25. Tiie sale price .MEN'S TAN BLUCHERS TJpwarda of. 30 pair? ot Men's .high giads Tin IBlucJier Boots to be rushed out at thU price. Made by skilled workmen of the finest ot leather. Several BtyteB in this clearance Regular arenu Many Notable Opportunities in Home Furnishings 20c and 25c Cretona for lOc. EnsliSh Imported' Cretonnes and Art Sateens, 31 inches wide. Pretty colors 1 Per Yard Brussels Not to clear. Fine quality in pretty ecru shade, 45 inches wide. 'Regular 506 quality, per, yar4.. Fort Garry Bicycles Tomor- row the piice 5c A clean up of two patterns m Semi-Porcelain DinnehVear': at following .prices All Sized Plates Bowls.......... Salad Bowls 16c Vegetable Dislies.......i.. -40c PJattera at ICc and ........25c WEEK END BARGAINS ON THE REMNANT TABLE A whole table of Remnants. Nearly all good lengtlhs. Dress and Cotton Silks, Tovrelllngs, etc. All marked at.prices that will clear them out in two days, MOUSQUETAIRE GLOVES 25c Ladies' 'Silk Lisle MousniiBtalre Gloves, 3- button style.' Shades are grey, black and tan J-ust 35 .pairs now to clear out 25C at .per Tair fcVW MARSAILLES QUILTS ?3.45 Just 34 of tiliese White Marsailles Quilts, ihest Knglisu .manufacture. The kind -liliat will wear1 well and look well when washed B Size 86x106. Regular ..j...... TURKISH PAIR 100 of iJicso Linea Turkish Towels, grey, and white striped, iheavy quality. Siso 20x40 Regular 50c pair For the holiday Mattlus Suit Cases. Light and roomy for summer.teftveL AH edges bound 20" size, Keg }2 60.. I I W Fitters at Half Price. Stack and Brownlow'a English Fiitert. Just 5 to clear out. CO fill Regular Regular Regular CHU-DIIEN'3 ROMPERS LESS THAN ONE-HALF PRICE Rotnpers In Nary. pretty polk-, dot designs, trimnied with, tthlte. ahott sleeves. Jusi; 'the tibiag for ilia lltOe toU for summer Sizes 1, 2 and Regular djc LADIES' DRESSES Ladies' Summer Dresses in Tan, Cadet vaA trimmed vdtii red, sailor collars, short sleeves, high waist 4 4Q Regular 50................V I WASH UNDERSKIRTS Ladies' Wash .of them to neat striped desiguBi nai'y. ajld Whit''. %lacfc and and .wittte stripes, wi. accord- lan pleated flounce Regular ON SALE 'A clean up of Ladies' arid Children's Sunbon- nets, 'Plain fabrics, also checked jKtternsi Pretty style Qingtams Regular price Have Breakfast and Dinner in our Tea Rooms-Excellent Set vie o. w. ENDORSES LOANS TO FARMERS Clubs and Societies had 'the honor of meeting Tlia Flower Guild will visit thc Gall hospital as usual at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, when donations rectivwi. tria of Connaught was a most di rmingly arranged, and dDllEhMul e nt 'Hie hbst and' hostess, the -a beautiful gown of' .5 icli Orfcntal laco and tunic of lace and sable and diamond recsivtd their guests, in tho.; drawing rcom wliicli 'was .fragrant With 'the eff-Ctivdy gladioli in pale pink mauvo shades. large hall was' :witii; Clusters ol -Aiuprican Beauty ros- es' r.nd the ilvihg' room had toiictips of crimson trom bowls. ol carnations. a'ho taliln In the dininz room was St Andrew, Intermediate Chris- Endeavor cn.oyed a picnic at yesterday after- Games and races were m or- the prizes tor the J_atter tang Editor, Herald: I notice in your pa- per, under date of the 21st inst, that a mass meeting had been called to pe- tition the provincial government to make some arrangements for loans to "aimers. _ There is no doubt but "what this is i movement in the right direction. Southern Alberta Is passing through a crisis. This section is golug through the same experience that Kansas, Ne- braska, the Dakotas and other western states went through twenty years ago. What is now South Dakota was prac- tically depopulated, and in that same section today land is worth J100.00 an acre. In Kansas, where the early set- tlers were Hried out, hailed out, starv- ed out and gave up In disgust, is now one ot the most prosperous sections In this country: fine buildings, good farms, lots of money, and the farmers are practically out of debt. The great handicap if new settlers is lack of capital. Stalled "dry farm- and diversifies farming are prac- tically inipossible under the conditions the average farmer in a new country has to contend with. In thc first place he is confronted with the necessity of making a living. He c-an't stock up his farm with hogs and cattle because he hasn't the money. The termers, wo took from the states into Southern Alberta invested be- tween four and five million dollars. picnicltcrs. The Lothbridge Amateur Dramatic society Intend to meet some time next week', with a view to undertaking some new production. They, earnestly desire io enlist all singers and memr hers of'choirs, so that the society .may Enlarged in numbers and scope. Further announcement will made Besides this enormous amount of capi- tal, they took intelligence and experi- ence. We took in some of .the best farmers in the northwest Certainly an effort should be made to keep them there. Every fa-mer that.returns will give the country The government loans millions to' the Canadian rail- roads, but what these railroads amount to without the farmers. The real asset1 of tile country is iits peo- ple; without these people the would be a streak of rust. Western Canada will make: good; there is not the least doubt pf.it; but every effort should be made to .en- courage the farmers that are now there to stick to it, and the only way to encourage them is lines, by aiding them In their finances. If you ever let them get away it. will be. hard to get them back. If any great number of present settlers in Southern Alberta leave, it retard the development of that section twen- ty years. It seems the railroads and tlie government should dp all in power to assist these people over this rough spot' In the road. The press throughout the. states IB doing .its best to discredit Western Canada. I hope the government, will to aiti i these farmers in this crisis. Ttours- very truly, Q. W. KERR. Minneapolis, Minn. RAILWAY Chicago, July of ttr controversy Concerting wages and working conditions of engineers and firemen-on .the nlnetr-eiflit nil'' roads, entered-its tenth day, with no change apparent in the The Federal IndWited, However, hopea ot 'win' iilhg tne coii'Jnt'ortn6 to an agreemen j-arbitrate. The engin- eers and the Federal" mediators were appealed to, had fused; to consider arbitration. i NO CHANGE IN WHAKFRATS TWO SPEOlii MEM Tojioniiow STABLAXD BRAEMAR (SCHO-OL Nun. Sectarian RESIDENTIAL AND DAY SCHOOLS OF THE HIGHEST TYPE Shauglmetsy Heights, Vancouver, K 0. ilnBiirpasicd In Canada in or Teaching Staffi Schools Re-Opon TUESDAY, September Rth To be sure of admission, niip'1 cations for should be made at once. Calendars sent on application to MeLAREN, D.D., 8 atahliy Court, Vancouver, Sift. Ensure Against TYPHOID by using Pasteurized MILK Sold by The Lethbridge Creamery Phone 584 ASK YOUR DOCTOR ;