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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder New Contingent of 127 Leaves for Concentration Camp at Vernon Fernie. June 11.-'Special to the, Fernie detachment ot: i (he 54th Kootenay Battalion le.t j j here this morning on the regular ex- press a half hour late. Ihe stores; were closed for one hour that all, say farewell. i One hundred and twenty-seven men; Uw on ihe roll and were the; send-off yet extended to am contingent leaving ior. the from The boys were, unanimous in then appreciation oi the many marts o i, cs be done at the iront. Leaves Important po.ition One voting man. Mr. Himnabli, head if the "Crow's Xest Trading Found Unconscious on Road With Broken Arm and Ribs Has your morning cup of cof- fee a fulf rich flavor and deli- cate aroma? If not ask for Blue Ribbon coffee when giving your next order and notice the difference. Yc-i will be agree- ably surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking Powder, Spices and Extracts all one best. LUX it a unique washing preparation that actually adds to the xit- iiass of garments and prevents all loosely woven fabrics from shrinking and hardening in the wash. It's the essence of pure sospin a new note of refinement to wash-day. Won't Shrink WoolUm Made in Canada by Lavcr Limited, Toronto. Aunt Sally's Advice to Beauty Seekers isks: "Will you lull IM bow lands white sort? They p rough and lire so dark m _______., .-n- mm." method meo- of "H companv. j tioned in reply Lo Eloise should the ,-ate in the rants O! H remits: jtoves to I There were miners. lumbermen, me tbo M linen. chanics government clerks and boys D. V A. -How can I reduce a leaves a position ot great responsi h4ve hilitv to shoulder a musket as a pri- j conlrast io I in the ra iners. Warner, Jiiue B. Browne, a well known local man, met with a serious accident yesterday being found unconscious on the road about 10 miles east of town, lie was brought into town and taken to the residence of Ot. M. A, Kenny, where it was found that he had u .broken arm and some ribs broken, besides some internal injuries. Mr. Browne was engaged in breaking in a horse, and it is supposed that, the horse reared and fell over backwards, pin- ning the rider under Ihe saddle. While Mr. Browne's injuries are pain- ful and dangerous, it is not likely his life will be in danger unless com- plications set in. .1. Walker received a telegram from Saskatoon hist night informing him thai his brother, Charles, had fallen 40 feet from an elevator on which he was superintendent, 'and that he was in the hospital in a very precarious condition. Mr. Walker is leaving this afternoon for Saskatoon. Charles Walker is well known here, where he has a number of friends. On Monday afternoon in G rady'1: Hall a branch of the Women's Insti- tute was organized, Mrs. J. H. Smith being elected president, Mrs. Caldwell, vice-president, and Mrs.. Campbell, secretary-treasurer. There was a very fair attendance, and high hopes are entertained of the good work which the institute will do here. Mr. Gordon, manager of the Bank of Commerce here, made a trip yes- terday west and north, covering a large part of the Warner and New Dayton district.. He reports crops looking excellent, with remarkable growth in many places. How to FWBabvr If it is impossible to give bahy his natural Food milk of a healthy more nearly the substitute resembles the natural food, the better will baby thrive. Mothers and iiur.Hes are agreed that non-modi- fied or undiluted cow's milk is not suitable. They say it is "too strong" and forms curd which the baby cannot digest. But this is not a complete One should iiiuke n comparison be- tween cow's milk and baby's natural food. Cow's milk is acid, contains germs and. as is well known, has a great influence on infant mortality. It can- not lie treated and modified accurately at home. Iti the 'Allenburys' booklet the anxious mother can learu how tlie 'Allenburys' Foods arc made, why they are so suitable as n substitute for mother's milk, and can learu more about the dangers of hcr- self attempting to make dairy milk into baby's food. This booklet will not only convince you to use the 'Allenburys' Foods; it gives useful comparisons a'nd explanations about cow's milk, and devotes many pages to other matters in.a very helpful way. Do not incur unnecessary risks for your baby this summer. Let us send you the booklet Infant Feeding and and a sample ot the foods. In writing for sample, please state ugc of child and if weaned or unweaned. sMcnburgsFcDds MILK HOOD No. 1 From birth to 3 mouths. i-eil with warm water. As the wax fraduallv the lifeless cuticle, not onlr will the freckles but the new and youncer fkin which appears will have a healthy color. Probably will need to continue treatment a colple weeks or BO. Rtalm. SENATOR BORAH FILES AN ALIBI Calgary, -lune special des- patch to the Herald says "Who is the 'rutted States Senator William i E. Borah, oi Idaho, who passed through Calgary June and declared) to Calgary "newspaper men that the foiled States would lie at war with j Gcrmaiiv within fill days have not been in Calgary in my lifetime and .-.vas in Boise on June says Idaho's senator, in a state- ment sent here irom Boise. have DO idea, of course, who the gentleman was who gave out the interview, but he uid not by any means guess closely to my views up- oii ihe subject. do not think we're going to have war with Germany in 60 days, or is it likely that we will have it al all. 1 sincerely hope that we may not. -If 1 had been passing through Calgary and had thought thai, 1 can- not imagine myself as announcing it under tH? present condition of af- fairs." was carried in front by Constable '.lames Johnson, who was bv the company _a big bt. I Bernard led by two oi the boys. banner bearing the inscription girls, we'll write iron, Berlin with "good wishes, was a con- spicuous mark in the line, which was H H MM_LER NOMINATED appreciated by "the girls" as well j SOUTHEAST GREY HIDING as others. Durham. Ont., .lune H. Mil-1 A crowd oi over two thousand Jer of Hallover. formerly member of I pie were crowded about the coaches j partiament for South Grey, has been I which had been conveniently spotted, ,Iven the unanimous Liberal nomlna- and lie band kept up a continuous" I round of martial music till the tram nulled away ior Cranbrook amidst ,vhifh lasted as long as the i train was in sight. It a curious trait oi I common 10 all humanity, which hides j a leaden heart behind a smiling face, j and this trait was manifest to though all pretended not to be pos-; sessed of such a weakness. tion for ibe new riding or Southeast Grey. A for Meat NY expert chef wfll tell yon that a mjci- rcmi base is the ideal substitute for aeit. Creameries is more tender than ordinary cucoioai tod cooks in less thin the lime. A tackare oi Creunettes will liTe-you neailj twice as much foodvlfae as pasttui ol ieefefedc at less Ulan one-halt is otic nom the creanj pub ol Durum has a rich new flaTOE of its own. Trr it with cheeie, with bio, with bicca, with rithchiienorwilliault. MOTHER'S MACARONI _CO. Miaaeipolu, Minn. sesseu m Behind the cheerful faces presented j- WOMAN IN TERRIBLE STATE Alberta Old-Timer Makes Record Trip from Los Angeles After making 150 miles a day since be left his home in Los Angeles. through mountain passes and over roads swamped with mud, a record he claims is hard to beat, Edward Shaw, an old-l mer ot Alberta, ac- companied by his wife, arrived in the city Thursday in his Hudson "lorty. I Eighteen daVs ago Mr. and Mrs. I Shaw motored out ot Los Angeles on the Midland trail for Salt Lake Uity, I mid stopping off four days at inter- mediate points, spent just 14 days covering the 3100 miles. Considerin U.S. PLANS TO coe the fact that it. rained every day ing ut SIMPLEST AND BEST From 3 mouths to 6 months. MALTED FOOD No. 3 From 6 uionlhs: The most rational system of Babr Feeding. THE ALLEN HANBURYS CO., LIMITED 66 Gorr.til Toronto, O.I. Washington, June details oi Secretory oi War Garrison's plan Jor the .reorganization of the army became k'nown here' following his statement, that he was ready to a on the trip, and that the roads ham's Vegetable Compound. into The hearts of everybody since j this awiul war has developed into n death struggle against the common, enemy oi all mankind a which has taken the place 01 allj others, and bringing all other thougntij into subjection to that one intense Wt9 6 wreck. I had given up desire to spe the awiu! struggle to a .n hop. Of getting better or living any definite and speedy end. ]eneth of time, as I was such Tom corson Progressing i from female troubles, But I took Lydia one on the i rip, and in places were oceans is remarkable. Mr., St Dr. Corsan received a card 1rom his son Thomas, saying he was in a hos- pital anil progressing irom ihe effects of his wound favorably. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and today I in good health and have a pair of twin boys two months old anil and it is probable that he .will ceive notice to join the body of sur- wreck I was. "Mowlam healthy, happy hearty, Kenneth "corsan, left "with the 51th, giving up the position of inland re-v-j Mine collector ior this district to take up his ride and do his share of thel "Nowjamliealtny, nappyanu neonj, fighting. i and owe it all to Lydia E. Pinkham's Ds. Corsan, who is medical officer i You may publish this letter oi the 107th regiment, Kootenay Rif-j j think jf more women les, went along with the J remedies they would have and will go as far as the coast on a J. T. COOK, Lot j'tr'lfonn-cii has had his application No. 7, Cape Wolfe; P.E.I Can.d, on file at Victoria as a Held surgeon, re- doctors having done you no good, do not continue to suffer without giving Lydia were oceans oi mud the feat Shaw claims that his car runs as smoothly as Alien lie left Los Angeles and except for a change of tires at Salt Lake, the j running expenses only amounted to Mr. Shaw's route from Salt Lake City was through desert country al- most entirely, when- there was noth- ing to he seen ior day after day but sand anil mesquit in the drizzling rain. Sleep in Austo The travellers spent most oi the Lights in their auto, the tonneau of which is arranged with a convertible bed Here they slept as warm and dry as in a hotel. Mr. Shaw stated, that passed many cars irom all parts the United "States, making the veriand route to the Panama Kx'- osition. Some of them had come om as far east as New York and submit Iiii plan to congress when the president .Sees lit to convene .it: .The, presentation oi the Garrison plan' in-i Cetve nonce 10 jum mo u, igeons now being collected to go into service overseas. Notwithstanding the large number ,of men who havn already gone into I the service from here, there arc many i more prepared to go when another icall is made, and Col. McKay thinks recruiting will begin attain in a short time. AN ANTIDOTE The following poem by the eminent Soc- ialist poet, Edward Markham, is submitted as an antidote to the sc-urrilous campaign song being circulated by the Liquor Parly in this song stewed i'n selfishness, calumny and five cent beer: THE DKl'NKAKD O masters, lords and rulers in all lands Is this the handiwork you give to God, Tim monstrous thing distorted and soul-quenched? )lon- will you ever straighten up this shape; Touch it again with immortality; Give back Hie upward look'ing and the light; Rebuild ir in the music and the dream: Make right the immemorial infamies Perfidious -wrongt, immedioiWe woee? O maulers, lords and rulers in al! lands. Hone will ihe Future reolton wfth thii man? How answer his brats question in that hour When whirlwinds of rebellion shake tile world? How Will it be with kingdoms and with kings- Wltli those who him to tha thini he When this dumb Terror shall roply to God, After the silence of the MARKHAM GLEICHEtf FARMERS E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. It surely, has remedied many cases of female ills, such as tion, ulceration, displacements, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, it may be exactly whit you seed. The Pinkham record is pwed one. It is a record of constant FARMERS I the ob- TO CONTINUE FIGHT .Jjn.uill.of wom.n Calgary, AHa.. June The _ju, del! ere are not finished with the tight dejjjr. Itiiait ainst the Canadian Pacific In the west- ern irrigation block. A reorganization of the forces was that _ Lydim E. Pinkham's A reorganization of the forces was effected at a conference that lasted I fofJeaanA health throughout new officers; to thoM.nds of 3Uch ,afferinz t ing the case for what they regard as I their rights, even more strenuously! in the future. What was the nature, of their plan of campaiE" was not re-j Abo.ut fifty farmers, representing j a'uoui. 2uG 5ii tiiOStf sections of the where 'discontent exIzlE, present. The executive commiUefi was en- trusted with the task of sharing the FRECKLE-FACE Sun ami wind Bring Out Ugly Spots How to Remove Easily- ntjbieu n-ti, Here's a chance. ;.Miss Freckle'-face course, and early results are expected. to try a remedy for .freckles with the guarantee of a reliable, dealer that i will not cost you a penny unless it re- THREATENED SPLIT IN CABINET AVERTED ____...... j London, .lune n.-Members of the t'ivo you 11 clear cers for Ireland. The press association of the .Nation- alists nnys U understands that Igna- tius O'Briun will remain as lord chan- rrtlor for Ireltnd. It this is true James will ke eliminated from con siusration fw this post. It Is over Mr. Campbell thll ttere'has been ao much (j. moves the freckles; wh'lle if it doe :omplexion the ex the homely freckles and get a beau tiful complexion. Rarely is mor than one ounce needed for the word ease. Be ?ure to ask ibe druggist for tb double strength othine as this if til prescription sold under guarantee o money back 'If it falls to Adwrtiseincnt remov amped along ihe trail. "It is by. far K cheapest as well, as the most en- yable way oi taking in the big e.t; said. Mr. and .Mrs. Shaw'If it for Cal- ary todaV'and will go from therc-to he" Hat, where he has interests. Mr. haw has lived for 14 .years in A.l- icrta and owned a homestead in what ;-now the city of Medicine Hat.'He return to Los Angeles ir. the ouuse oi a couple of months, out will o through the Crows Nest-Pass and rossing the line at Klngsgate will isit, Spokane and Seattle on the oute. ilicates a change in the administra- tion's policy towards national de- fense. has been made possible largely through the resignation of Mr. Bryan. Mr. Bryan while in the cabinet in- sisted that the best policy for the De- fense was no defense at all. He was continually opposed by Secretary oi War Garrison. Mr. Garrison wants an army oi 200 UOO men ior the United States. He. would have the present force in- creased to include sRty regiments of infantry, twenty regiments of lielii artillery and twenty regiments of in 'addition to irtillerymen. i As there are approximately men to a regiment oi infantry and 1 000 in each regiment of field artil- lery and cavalry, this would make the" mobile army total IBO.OOO men on a pe HOME STUDY Arts Courses only. SUMMER SCHOOL JI1V U< AlCUiT QUEEN'S I TMTVRl UNIVERSITY KINGSTON, ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION MEDICINE SCHOOL OF MIN5NG MINING ft CHEMICAL PIVIL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING GBO. T. CHOWX. Registrar increase in the standing army. He desires authorization to create the citizen soldiery. One of the plans Jo be followed is to provide for the Na- tional Guard, which shall not he en- titled to remuneration from thegov-: eminent unless it surrenders its pri- vilege under the constitution of beillR prevented from leaving the country in lime oi war. At the present time in the event.ot war, the National Guard it enlists under the Hay act cannot leave the United States. ...iscc tooting.--Secretary Garri- son's plan is not confined to a mere DYNAMITE WRECKS BUTTE PAPER PLANT Butte Mont., .lune plant of'the BiiltB-Socialist, a weekly news- paper, was wrecked'by all explosion, presumably by dynamite, early tins morning. The building took fire anil b.nrnad fiercely for a while. NYAL'S Mayflower TALCUM POWDER Fraffront -TS ef-feshiiis It Clii New Wellto Drill in Sweetgrass Field Calgary, June another oil company" is announced to start drill- ng in the Swcetgrass field in a short time. It is the Alberta King Oil company, recently organized and un- derstood to be backed by California and Montana capitalists, who have corhe to the conclusion that in Al- berta petroleum wealth is' to-be 'ound, and who mean to go after it. The company, has heen formed by Ernest Campbell, Calvm-QilI'm and J E. Jennings. Its head offices will he at Biltte, Montana. It holds leases in the Monarch, Dingman, Sweetgrass and Steevevillc', fields, and develop- will be condiniled un- der the direction of Mr. Giffln, who has bad 15. years' experience in_.the oil fields of'the United States, Mex- ico! and South Amcrjca. The three gentlemen mentioned arc well and favorably known in Alberta, having been connected with interests in this province for the past five years. The exact location or the new well has not been decided. Rev. Frank Marrithew wauls 000 'damages from Louis tlibb, who kicked liis ribs while he was praying for him on the Elrect at III. MAYFLOWER TALCUM POWDER Nyal's Mayflower Talcum is an experience to every first time user. Its touch is soft, soothing and re- freshing. Its distinctive May- flower perfume, delicate, indi- vidual, elusive. for every use to which you can put a Talcum. Nyal Quality preparations can be ob- tained only in Nyal Quality Stores. Ask one of them for free copy of Booklet entitled "Your giving full particulars best methods of massage. I1J ;