Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1915 PAGE SIX A FRESH, WELL SELECTED STOCK OF Quality Groceries At Economy Prices We buy often in. small and thus'always have.a Fresh. New Stock. The prices are never hisher. but OFTEN 1.OWEK. E. L. JARVIS Sir R. Borden Orates in Ancient London Hall on Great Theme of Empire To overcome a.chilli's tendency to throw away anything of a medicinal nature, a New Yorii woman has in- vented a hot water bottle formed like a doll anil which can be tossed in clothing. Watch for the British Columbia Brand on the Bex APRICOT WEEK! This week and the next are the bif weeks for preserving Apricots. The season for this fruit a week ahead of las: year, is particularly short. The fruit ripens -ivith a rush, reaches the market, and is gone, often, 'tic- fore- the consumer, realizes it. Uast year, the Fruit .Markets Commissioner was deluged with inquiries tor British Columbia Apricots, after the season was over. NOW. IS THE TIME TO BUY! Luscious, Juicy, ripe British Columbia Apricots, thirty to forty-f.isht hours from the or- chard-; the 'best on. the market this .year will be offered freely in'.Lethbridge .for the next ten days. only. Do not delay! Buy newr Insist on Canada Grown Fruit! 'IF YOUR GROCER IS NOT SELLING BRITISH COLUMBIA HIM WHY! PRESERVE YOUR FP.'JITS WITHOUT-SUGAR .It is a fact, not generally re- alized, but voiichod for by Do- mestic Science Experts: -1. That sugar; in the small proportion usually used, 3 of fruit to 1 of plays no part in-the preservation-of the fruit from deterioration. The import- ant thing is to sterilize the jars carefully, and to make sure they 2. 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. 3. 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 Keep the real fruit taote in your preserves! THE BRITISH COLUMBIA FRUIT BOOKLET WILL TELL YOU HOW! COMPETITION FOR HOUSEWIVES Two crates of luscfous Apri- cots are offered in competition open to "housewife readers of the Lethbridge Herald: For the (best tried and tested Apricot Recipe. Riwlses in the British Columbia Fruit Booklet not eligible. Originality and novelty will count, strongly in tho judges' decision. As similar competitions are taking place in .other cities, al! competing regi- pes must mention the name of the paper in .which the adver- tisement was seen.. Reoipes must ibe in the hands of J. Forsyth Smith. British Co- lumbia Fruit Markets Commis- sioner. fi32 Tenth St., Sunny- Fide, Calgary, Alta.. not later than noon, Wednesday, 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; how to preserve fruits without sugar; when to buy B. fruits to the best advantage; store apples; when to use the different .varieties of Dapples, etc. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OFFICIAL FRUIT MEWS AND OTHIR COMPETITIONS. London..July his speech yes- terday, niter he had heon presented with the freedom ot l.omion. c-n iort Borden. who was eheered asmn i ami said: i "I inn deeply conscious of the hish II-WKT conferred upon me. lint 1 am conscious it is no-.'so much II tribute to me as to the Oomla- i ion which 1 have the honor to rerre- in this great testins time or mir manhood. Love ot liberty Slid insist- i dice upon the rights of tl'.e people. I within these have especially distimuiished 'Hip citizens of London, nor do 1 foi- that the same qualities chfirucicr- T-e the peoi-'.e of the neighboring country, wiihin the uiiiet of whose churchyards sleep those whose hlood riMts in my veins. For a thousand years the progress i ar.d advancement of this great city hr.ve kept time with the inarch of i civilization across the centuries; in jthe luT.inning, within tliese ithe fuuuding of a nation. r.ttti the con- setiuent necessity of r.n orderly gov- Icnimem. compeiled a system auto- cratic in character and methods: then 'came the great charters of fi-teuom. land the will of the'people to make i their own '.aws and govern them- 1 government on one iliand ami llhetty on the other; justice, and equality of all men jhefore the law. Secure Foundations "rpou these secure foundations the fabric of national life was built, and j llien. in these 'later years, there has come not the less noble ideal of clem- j ocrtic-y. founded upon equality and opportunity for all people. -In the Dominions beyond (he the same ideals of liberty ami justice! have inevitably ieti to the i raent of self-governing That i.i-iuciple which, in ycsrs of j shortsightedness seemed to drive the far-nuns nations out of the Empire. has but" united them by ties stronger than could be dreamed of under any j system of autocratic government. For this 1 call as witnesses, the ev- ents of the past twelve mcr.ths. Aus-1 tralia. New Zealand. South Africa and Canada. aM these are great, free no-i tioas. possessing full rights of self-J government, avA enjoying parliament- ary institutions, living by the voice of the people. "Why have tliey joined in this con-1 met, and why are their citizens, from j. the remotest corners of the earth. side by side with men from this isl'and home, in the greatest war I the world has ever why arc the descendants in Canada of those who fought under Wolfe, and n! those who fought under Montca-rn, when contending for possession ot j northern half of the American continent, now standing together in 'the Empire's Battle line i to speak of later events, why do we i find beyond the Channel in France or in Belgium, a grandson of Durham j and a grandson of Papineau standing! side by side in this struggle? "When the historian ot the future i conies to consider and anaiyize the events of this war, he. will realize j that some great ever-mastering im-1 contributed mainly to this won-] derful result- One such impulse is j friiim! in nf liberty, the ideals of and the spirit of unity found there, and which make the whole Empire united in a single pur- pose. Matter of Honor "But there was also an intense con-1 viction that this war v.-as forced upon our Empire. (Cheers.) In honor we could not stand aside and see tramp- led in the dust a weak and unoffend- j ing people, whose independence and j liberty we have guaranteed. "Beyond and above all this, -we re- alize that the issue forced upon us by this conflict transcends even the destinies of our Empire, and involve the future of civilization and the world. "The greatest test to wuiclrmodern democracy has ever been subjected, now confronts us. It remains to be seen whether love of individual lib-! erty, which is closely interwoven with I our national ideals, carries with it so strong a sense of duty and service to the state in time of peace and war, as to enable us to withstand the on- slaught of the most highly organized and formidable autocracy the world has ever known. It must be apparent to all thoughtful men that civiliza- tion and the institutions which have been slowly and laboriously built up with the .blood and toil' of a thousand years, hang in the balance today; and that we are called ".upon to face the ultimate test of national existence. A confession of failure in this war. or even serious doubt" as'to its issue, denies the capacity of the British peo- ple to govern themselves, and may herald the democratic in- stitutions. "During the past week, I have visit- ed Krince. and Ilint visit was the most interesting and inspiring event of ruy lire- 1 have seen d whole 1111- tion in arms, and the entire country even nil lo the lines of the trenches lieai.liful harvest. "It would be ini.'iossihle to describe loo vliWIy to you the intense Impres- sion made upon jne by the courage, patience, the seriousness and self- control of the i'rcncii nation. -N'o peo- so inspired can ever perish or be We are uroud to remember that this srcst a'.lied.nation is of our own kin. because you in the British Isles link hack to Celtic and Xornron. as well as Saxon ancestors, and it this be true of you in Britain, it is still more true of us in Canada. "Dunns my sojourn here, and my recent visit lo France many men have spoken to me with warmest apprecia- tion of Canadian troojs at the front. I am very uroud. indeed, that they have proved themselves worthy of the highest tradition's of the great races from which they sprang." Every Woman Can Use and ought to use occasionally, a proper remedy for the headache, backache, languor, nervousness nnd depress- ion to which she may be subject. These troubles, and others are symptoms of debil- ity and poor circulation caused by indigestion or constipation MUNITIONS STORED ALONG THE RHINE Vancouver, B.C.. July side-lights on the thoroughness with which Germany prepared for the Ku- ropean conflict are siven in letters received by .Mr. S. W. Ewinp of the firm of S. H. En-ing Sons of Mon- treal, who is now ou his way east from n trip to Vancouver. It is stated in these that it has been established that the Germans have numbers of subterranean passages alone the Rhine, in which sufficient reserves oi munitions of war are kept to'keep her armies continually supplied. Eminent English scientists have dr- ciiled that tlir Kilters of Bath not only contain radium, but give oil reriium emanations in as large quan- tities as any i.liicr radioactive wa- ters in worhi. are at once safe, certain and convenient. They clear the system and parity tho Mood. They ex- ert a general tonic effect and insure good health and strength, EO that all tho bodily organs .do their natural work without causing suffering. Every woman of tha thousands who havo tried them, knows that Beecham's Pills act To Certain Advantage Worth n Guinea a Box Bmltau'-itlEm Ash for Total Prohibition in Two Provinces THE BIGGEST MONEY-SAVING EVENT OF THE ENTIRE YEAR Everything throughout the store Marked Down CLARKE'S 6th Annual Anniversary Sale Now In Full Swing Tender, excellent fla- vored meats that are bound to please the most critical. Always the BEST Q A LI T Y at the most reasonable price our and it's the main rea- son why you should trade with us. Rfjina, Sask., .July 2S.-Two hun- dred and liity representatives 01 the llanish-tlic-Bar association ot the province met in convention here to- day and passed a number of resolu- tions bearing on the temperance sit- uation in the Dominion and province. The convention adopted a resolution petitioning the Dominion authorities icr total 'prohibition and also asking that the importation of liquors 'into all areas in the Dominion where pro-" vincial prohibition or baiiisa-the-bar laws, Canada Temperance Act, or j local veto laws have become effective, be miring the day the announcement was made that in December next a vet- would be. brought on in at least four or live liquor districts of the provin-c for the purpose oi doing away with the government liquor shop's established in those municipal- ities. Among the number are Kam- sack, Lloydminslcr, Gul. Lake and Biggar. _________ ADVERTISING B.C. FRUIT. J. Forsyth Smith, British Colum- bia fruit markets commissioner, rep- resenting the department of agricul- ture oi the Pacific vrovince, is in- augurating an advertising campaign in "newspapers of Alberta and Sas- katchewan to constantly and prominently before the consuming public the merits-" ot British Colum- bia truit, and to .urge a reasonable ind consistent preference for the Can- ada-grown product This week the fruit markets com- missioner calls special attention to the British Columbia apricots offered (or sale, pointing out that these ship- ments, 30 to -18 hours only .trom the orchard, will possess a luscious qual- ity that should oiler a templing ap- peal to lovers oi fruit at its. best. Morello and Olivet cherries, the best oi the preserving varieties, are.alsi due in good quantities, and found immeasurably superior to the earlier varieties hitherto on sale. A valuable suggestion to economi- i cal housewives is that pointing out the advantage of preserving without sugar. A Ithough not very widely real- I izeti, it is undoubtedly a fact that i iruit put up without sugar, with due i care to sterilization and air-tight- i.ness, keeps just as long as that car- ried in the ordinan- way, while it retains, in a remarkable way, the taste and flavor ot the fresh ,fruit. Housewives should look into this. Our stoic a 1 TV a v s m cans "economy always the best for the money. DelanysUmlted PROMPT DELIVERY. Phone 452. Read the great list of special bargains listed on the .yellow circular left at your door today: make careful comparisons of regular and sale prices, and remember that these are only representative savings, for scores of other equally attractive bargains await yon here tomorrow, and next week as well. Shop iu the morning. It's a Great Chance to Supply Present and Euture Needs at Small Co.t BOAT WHICH CARRIED VS PREMIER TO ENGI AXD MORE OF THAT BABY BEEF Tasty and Tender; Choice Veil, Mutton, Perk, etc., at the North Market 1 OPEN EVERY DAY The. Mott for Your. Money. 1401 5th North. W. D. MePHERSON, M.P.P. ItetirlnE llranii Master of the Grand asonic Lodge ot Canada. 1 There's No Waste in the meats you buy from Clean Cuts of the choicest to be iiad. For tomorrow we have SPRING VEAL GRAIN FED PORK YOUNG MUTTON CHOICE BEEF, do business by Phone. The Alberta Meat Market Phone The Highest in Quality but Nt, to Price. S.S. Adriatic on which Ht. Hon. Sir Rohert Borden sailed for England from New York. Pure Food Market SPECIALS Finest Picnic Hams 6 Ib. average, per Ib. Finest Fresh Made Creamery Butter, Ib, BEST VALUE IN QUTTER IN THE CITY Special Farmers' Dairy Butter, per pound.. EVERY POUND GUARANTEED Our Markets handle Pure Food, Government Inspected Products. P. BURNS COMPANY LIMITED. Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388. Dominion 4th Avenue and 6th St. S. .Phone 1654. Street North.. Phone 431.