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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONOAYy'jUNE 14, 191fi THE DAILY IT E R A T, D PAGE F1VR ALL AROUND EVERY DAY THIS WEEK ALL AROUND Big Savings in Every Dept. All I lie ladies ol Wesley church and i heir friendi; an- corilinlly invited to ,i -ten In lie. Riven liy Mrs. W. A. Hu- clianan, at her 'lionir, HIH lth Avc- i south, fin Wednesday afternoon from 1 in a Till' H'ii is linilcr the auspices o! the Wrslr.) Ladies' Aill. ami Ilic proceeds are In lie used in their work. tennis ronrls are now s'' anil playini; lias cnm- The K ready In mencod. i Dr. and Mrs. I'l-uller. nf Ottawa, Hie. encasement (if their daughter, .Miss U'liiiiifreii ('milter. Ui Sir. II. CarlclMii Monk, son of the lale II. I.'. Jlonk, Ksq.. and Mrs. .Monk, of Ottawa. Pure Pasteurized Milk Free from all living dlnene and Food Value Sterile QUAKTS PHONE AND OUR WAGON WILL CALL. We have The Most Sanitary and Modern Dairy in the vicinity of Lethbridge. WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. The Crystal Dairy Limited nurtM c- Cor. 13th Street 6th Ave PHONE 1576 The engagement is annitnnced nf Iva Winiiiired. eldest daughter oi the ilale T. Hogg and oi Mrs. Hogg, irontii. to Mr. in" Mrs. .lohn Alexander Donovan. A., son of A. 10. Dunn- van, M.l'.f'., and -Mrs. Donovan. Tor- i unlo. The memliers "i Hie Alcxamici fiall Chaplrr, I. II. D. K. are requested 1o meet for sewing al 123 Ktli street of ceivcd information from our com- missioner that the lip-keep of a col in the hospital is estimated a! per aniiiim, and our ex- perience, is I hill a great many who gave beds are anxious to provide the up-kcep. The provin- cial branch has decided tci make a special appea-1 fur linfn to all branches. Sheets, pillow slips and towels new or in Rood condition should be sent to t'uc Red Cross I Depot at Calgary -during the lasl three dais in .lime. Old linen I thoroughly lanrderied. is at all times an accept iiile gift to the j Red Cross The executive committee of Hie imng People's Christian Tnion met in the Christian cliiinh on Thursday evening, when there was a good rep- rcscntalivc attendance oi delegates. I of old patients Arrangements were made ior two of metro palients en air'rallies lo he held in June. professional The lirst will be a young people's rally in ilie norlii side on Thursday tiic'21tb, when all anuress will be given by Mr. I'onester on prohibition, and addresses by two other speakers on interesting topics. Musical ar- rangements have also been made and Oliver 2 Mrs. Mercer, 5 Mrs.. Me- Nabn 2 Mrs. Hryan, -I Mrs. 1. V. I Mrs. Itecve, 1 Mrs. John Horno (i Mrs. and Misses Cameron, 3 Mrs. Campbell, 2 Mrs. 'Scott, 1 Miss Scott, 1 Mrs Kwert. 3 Mrs. bn'-enhtini, 2 from Montana (per .Mrs. 1 Mrs. John Koan, 2 Mrs. Mclvcnzie. Wristlets, Mrs. Simpson, 3 without name, 2 Mrs. Harper (Dia- mond I Mrs. Lafferty, 1 Miss Clepicnts.' I Miss Currie, I Miss Uands-1 Miss Henderson, 1 Miss Dim-wall. 1 Mrs. Simpson. Miss Clements, I Mrs. Kirkham. 3 Ladies' Aid Westminster ,i the Nursing Mission ior Church. I Mrs. Howman, 1 Mrs. Vlil- the month of Mav. [No. of new patients IK No oi professional .calls No oi professional calls (night) No. of friendly and relief calls.. No. oi Business calls No. of office calls No. of school calls WHAT THEY'RE AFTER NOW 1 Offers to Give Band Concerts Free Under Certain Map showing proximity of Leraberg to the fortress ot Przemys experts ft the Russian army loses Lemberg, they have practically lost Oal'lcirt, which they took from Austria early in the war. Tfe Direct Relation Between What We Eat and What We Are Is Well Established This is boll) reasonable1, nnd for :-iciivily' uses up lissuc cells of body and brain Hvnicli must be replaced daily from proper food. j; A -.careful, eater one, who selects food for its jruitrilibmil value--is usually strong in body and in n'lind. Tli0iismicls of people, itailues food, arc -using ill) an eye lo nutritional Tliis (lelicipus-food, made of whole wheat ynd cbulaipfi all thi; nutrition of the grain, in- ihjding those priceless mineral elements which, are iyi'l'ally necessary for rebuilding the tissue cefls of .ady. Briiin ami nerves. Reason" for IN CANADA' -sold by Grocers-everywhere. >I.K. .Canadian Poslum Cereal Co., Ltd Windsor, Ont. WAR PARTY STRENGTHENED m parliament, says a Paris dispatch to the Exchange Tele. Co Partial returns show'that this party lias secur- ed more than 20n scats in the Chamber of Deputies. HON. J. F. RUTHERFORD TO LECTURE HERE Tune" It at nm Mr. Rlltber- foid is i m mbpi of Xew York city bar anil i lecturer of international re- puntion hue lie lie the Dead? I presented from the legil standpoint. It i, b ud th it lecture is a mas- terly defence nf the Scriptures, the ar- Lrgument making clear many points thit hiii been the of mis- Members oi the citizens hand are taking exception to statements being .nidc that they arc responsible ior the fact that the citizens arc not- en- joying any more concerts in the square. The bandsmen say they are not the ones who should bear the rc- iponsibility. The whole trouble is, according lo S L Chappell, who is now manager of the band, that the city is now in I to lecture possession of both instruments and' Theilii. next Wednes uniforms, and decline to place either in possession of the bandsmen for use in concerts except under certain conditions. Mr. Chappell says "The instruments and uniforms were all turned over to the city by ex-Band- master Ciine, in spite of the fact that it was only intended that the city should hold the uniforms in trust. The instruments hclong to the city, hut the uniforms have been paid for' by the men themselves, and they claim the right to use them. They want them to remain with the city in trust, for. another year's term, so that they shall remain here and not be taken away by any oi the bands- men who happen to leave the-city during that tinic." "The bandsmen are willing to pro- vide eight concerts during the sum- mer in the Gait Gardens and other parks, provided they are allowed to have use of the instruments and uni- forms, and so long as the city will, recognize the fact that the uniforms! belong to the Lethbridge city band.! They are willing to give these con-, cert's if satisfactorily arrangements can be made. "Last, year ior eight concerts the. city paid" S'lOti. This'year the band to give.the eight concerts ior nothing, under the conditions above mentioned." promises to he a great suc- cess. On the following Sunday even- ing a big gospel rally will be held on the south side after "the usual church services, when two or three speakers will take part. The various churches arc being asked to co-operate and the young people taken the proposi- tion up with enthusiasm. It was re- ported at the meeting of the execu- tive that two junior Christian En- deavor societies had been started or I would be by uext week. The following information was re- ceivcd from the secretary of the pro- I vincial branch of the Red Cross So- ciety by the local committee. a meeting oi the executive committee held on June 2nd it was decided io increase the size of the Cliveden 'hospital to one thousand beds. I might at the same time say that ive have rc- H- -fr I liainson, 1 Mrs. Nimmoiis. 26 j Rylands. Also a large quantity of old linen. 11! Several of our helpers have made 311 pairs of socks each during 5'the last lew months. Special nien- S9itinn might be made oi three who arc s3 interested in this work. Mrs. Koan, jli i inU-resten in inis 828 who is over 85 years of age. Miss lsi Connors, who is 'blind, and Mr. Sear Total No. of hours spont at school, 21 number of pafients paying full fee 7; number of patients paring part iee, 'number 01 patients caj'ed lor tree, Groceries and provisions .have bren supplied to 116 lamilics, meat to families, iresh milk to 17, modi- cine to fi patients, coal to 11 famil- ies, new boots lo people, .new cloth- ing to 2 people, also lliree infants' oiftiits, ivorn clothing and to 37 families. We are indented to Knox Church Ladies' Aid for infants' nannellette dresses, and women's nightgowns. Al- so to Airs, minion's class of the Bap- tist church for hal'i a dozen nicely made gowns. Annie M. Tillcy, super- intendent. The Alexander (ialt Chapter f. 0. 'E. acknowledge with thanks the following donations 4.-. Mrs. Henderson, -i who is an invalid. Wool will be given out on Tuesdays and 'Fridays at 123 8th SI. south, to anyone who will knit. ALBKRTSON-AHNULD At Knox manse, by the Rev. A. II flenoon, June 8th. Sherman Hor- ta' Albcrtson was united in marriage to Eda May Arnold. They will reside Foremost. Italians Are To Mobolize inQue, i" RUB CROSS NOTICE The Hed Cross rooms i.. i- Acadia filock- will be open all day Wednesday for sewing. The society hope that all who I- have work out uiiOnished shall have the same I'mism-d and in Miss Connors, .11. Mr. Scar, Naismitb, li Mrs. Scott, sr., Mrs. Mrs. asm, i Wellington, 3 Mrs. l.illic (New Day- in llie 4- i Airs. on Wednesday. ctt, '2 Jlrs. Reid....I..Mrs. Flynn, Mrs. Wright, 1 Mrs.. 1 Whiddiiigton, 3 Mrs. Bisseti, 3 airs. Harris 3 Westminster Ladies' "Aid, crv assistance toward the concentr 2 Mrs Reid; 2 Mrs. Smith, 3 Mrs. tion and embarkation ol these men Ottawa, -June Haljan anil Mon- tenegrin reservists who are called to the colors from Canada will be con- centrated at Three Rivers, Quebec, prior to embarkation on vessels -to take them to their own land. These men will be. iinder military, discipline. while "in the concentration, camp and a camp commandant will be ;appoinl-_ ed. will be in batches, as vessels become available. It is estimated thai there will be upwards of men concentrated from the two nationalises named.' rom The militia authorities will 'lend ev- ery assistance toxvard the concentra- Nip Conspiracy of Rossland Aliens givinss and. doubts. Uotb the English and American press speaKs highly of Calgarv ,Alta., June 11 .-A special I the I'ecliirer. ami' his manner of pre- dispatch lo the Calgarv- Herald, from j sent ing the sunject. Rossland, B.C., say.. A conspiracy by which alien ene- mies living here and in Trail nrraiiK- ed to evadeVhe authorities mid return ng vtlsn unit oinei ma- Trail Vmelter, and for itious mnguage against Andrews, an Austrian" 'reservist, this afternoon. The against An- drews is stealing ami other ma- terials at the 'Trail" the use of sediti the King. A letter in his possession, address- ed to John Tomlich, an Austrian liv- ing in Rossland. upon translation, re- vealed an organized method of getting aliens across the -line byi.wnlking to North Port. AVashfngtoii. Ans- trlans and Germans, were to sail from American ports. 1 After Mine Property The situation In Trail and Rossland in, briefly, that the mines are, turning out material lor munitions. 1 Atistra- ians are largely employed, with many Italians. Trouble feared between the riva'i factions at the declaration of ivar by Italy was avoided by the i.uthori- t1n. it is now feared the pnljiose of the is to destroy the mfne pro- perty prevent a cpnllnutincc of tiling lliu auujctu. There are 'three things that are un- usually striking in connection with I he coming lecture: It Is free; li.eliv- charge for the benefit 'of the public., Tho theatre be ononed at 7 p.m., j the lecture to begin promptly at S o'-1 clock. Mayor llarilie has kindly con- senled to introduce the speaker. inunilion production. FOUNDER OF WEST'S FIRST PAPER DEAD Stratford, Out., June llnckingham. former deputy minister of the Interior, and at one time pri- vate secretary to Hon. Alexander Mac- kenzie, when the latter was premier of Canada, died yesterday, aged S3. The-late'Mr. Buckingham, who was born in England, was a veteran news- paper man. In ISB9, at Winnipeg, then known as the Red Illver settlement, he established the Northwester, the first newspaper published in the Canadian west. He later edited the Siniooe Re- former and the Stratford Beacou. For some yeara nrior to his relirewent, two years was manager ff tho British Mortengo MoutkWaslies A ow TKeMoutlisWasli There are mouth washes' 'and the! mouth's own wsish. The former are man-made substitutes for the latter which is a prescription by: good Nature King Chemist of them Dental authorities agree that man's saliva in healthy quality and flow is the one best friend to the teeth; They also agree that modem diet too often :depresses the normal moist condition of the'mQuth. It is here that the chewing of Sterling Gum steps in as a right-hand assistant to oral It stimulates the healthy flow of saliva, neutrttlizing the acids of the mouth, and keeping the mouth moist, cool and healthy, T, No; it is not necessary that .you chew Sterling Gum "all day long. Twenty minutes or even less after each meal will be about right. 7 point The Gum Company of Lliilitrf ;