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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JUNE 1.1, 1910 THE LETHBRIDCiH DAILY PAGE FIVE MEATS PREPARED FOR YOUR TABLE With the arrival of wurm weather we arranged to supply the ladies of Lethbridge with select liiwB of cooked meats. We arc sure the tinea we will carry throughout the summer will please the most particular and tempt tho hot weather appetite. We arc sure busy women will welcome the1 service wo can give with regard lo cooked meats. Instead of standing over a hot stove it will he possible lo conserve energy and order meats from us that are Ready For Dinner The following are suggestions: VEAL LOAF, JELLIED TONGUE, ROAST HAM WITH. DRESSING, PREMIUM COOKED HAM, COOKED CORN BEEF, JHEAD CHEESE, TOMATO SAUSAGE, BOLOGNA, FULL LINE OF SWIFT1S GOODS. Just the for ilmner on hot days, Sundays, picnics and luncheons. DELANYS Limited PHONE 452 Magratli, Juno following is a copy of a letter sent to Joseph JSvana by Cant. Hyde Taylor, who came out of tho recent lighting, in wliirli so many were killed, uiiHcrtiU'lind: "Dour now oimm.'d a par- cel from inollier, containing a cako, etc., Mother told me in her last of your contribution of Durlmm. and it was surely welcome, for you can't buy it here. "Funny thing about that Durbani; when Icame hack from leavo in Lon- don. I opened the parcel, and took the Durham to the front, and all the limn was figuring nn a liiy smoke when I got settled there. That night my of- Icer commanding went on leave, so hat moved me up a imtrli. JUH! l had :o take second In command, and also ,o change dug-outs. left a little kit. in Hie old dug- out, and also the Durham, iiu.jmliiig .0 send for it next day. Next day Fritz ;ot Pore and turned luose on that part of the line where 1 had been. We had number of killed and wounded, and a few shell shocks, but the odd part of it was that they hit my old dug- out. j "That night they found my sack of i Durham, with a nasty wound in its j aide, lying drowned in a puddle of! vater. so I never had the expected j pleasure, but thank you very much any way. I wish you would thank the rest of the contributors to that par-1 nel, as I don't recall them jiist now. "Tina is not a nice war at all, seems j hey've no use for cavalry, but I sup- j iose it's better than none, and will isve to do. so tell the fellows there t that they will have to move to be in j tn the finish, for we're getting tired vaiting for them, and will do the job mrselves In a bit. "BesL ot good luck to you always. "Sincerely yours, "HYDE TAYLOU." HE beauty of Ivory JL Soap is that it is just as satisfactory for a thou- sand and one things as for your bath t; The Great Sacrifices sacrifice. Hard times Arrived and to many who had lived Curing Today Will be four years; tiiey might well be called sacred, tho holy of holies. The great days -of 'Prosperity were -not. be- of they .were' still _to come. The were- gf.iji to supply a na- need and: even now all over the FROM FRONT people Ayere saying, "thank God forced, to travel was a great the sacrifice of the prairies." Even wheat died to give life in the form of and she congratulated the to feed all the world. This of Lethbridge In supporting the great self-sacrifice and in the The speaker then launched out into the subject for the evening, "The Gain, of Sacrifice." The world has never understood the full meaning of that awful day, when Christ was sacrificed lill about two. years ago, when the call lo arms brought, a self seeking world to a full understanding of the word "sacrifice.'2 People then found out that patriotism means a great deal more than the .waving of flags and singing of national songs. Patriotism now means sacrifice o-ml to the honor of bur nation our young of those who had died for the empire, there was great hope for the weat, nay for all Canada. Tins was a day of sacrifice and there was great gain to be found. She believed that the west was retrieving itself in these days In the Quick arrest of those things which ''did not matter, things materialistic'. There was' .great hope for the laying" of a sure and stable foundation for empire .building. Every man, woman anrt child in Alberta should be the better and nobler for this period of adversity. r.re not shirking the sacrifices Headed Dominion p.re called upon to" Alberta headed the Dominion in the To emphasize her meaning to the human appeal of the Wright told a beautiful analogy and ..what Alberta has given the prairie In its Tvildneas and bring great gain in sacrifice. The it had been cultivated. After the quality .of an undismayed cour- tlers had arrived the prairie had enabled the west to give were sacrificed so that wheat the .heat in men-and woulrl sustain a nation, nay the world, her, in future to give the best grow, and from the leseon thus men, women and children. Surely ed the speaker took her audience In vain was the sacrifices that had of themselves and for a time made? Particular mention was thought of higher and nobler here of that grand regiment the The 'west four years ago was Pats, and Uio speakor paid only -of the material things, how au eloquent compliment. get rich quick, how to increase Canadians had given their lives ly possessions, hut there came a the Empire might be defended, but that'was hot all; they had given their lives in defence of liberty and DISMISSED ON FRAUD CHARGE Regina, .Tune forg- ery charges against David D. Bennett, in connection with the attempted frauds in the supplies of hay for the remount depot here a year ago, were dismissed by. Magistrate Me- Carthy in 'ftie mounted police court last night, J IAJ1J.I.I., When you buy it you not only have a mild, pure, delightful cleanser for per- sonal use in bathroom and nursery but you have a safe, harmless, effective soap for fine laundry work, for delicate articles about the house, for table ware, for silver, for everything that you do not care to trust to ordi- 'nary cleansing methods. IVORY SOAP Procter Gamble Factories in Canada and still available ma-n- hood. had been fatten to defend freedom. .Mrs. Wright asked "Did j homos and territory and now the wo- these words ever sound so sweet as j men, and not, she- might say, til DOW" These are to be the great four.- 'humble class only, but also the r dations of the future and it is for this that the boys of Alberta are lighting: This is a holy warfare, the Christian fined and cultured women were work- ing in the tields, plowing, sowing and harrowjng. No thought there of principles are in the hands of the i bridge phtying, dancing, visiting, but boys of Canada and the Dominion is the hard work of the harvest fields, fighting not so much for empire SK France was going to demonstrate in for the fundamentals of liberty and i the fullest, freest fashion in the fu- freedom and justice. jture that there is "gain in sacrifice." Example of Russia In'the councils of the nations of the The example ot Kussia in its-stand Mure, France will take a very.high j place. against the liquor evil was next taken up. and contrasted very strongly with the action of the Federal house. After the declaration of war the speaker as- serted that the Russian ministers re- cognized that if that, country was to do her best the people would have to bo elevated into a higher moral and physical plane and the first thing -nec- essary was that the liquor should Belgium, the speaker thought, was holy ground. When one thinks of the sacrifice of men and women, of those who have died, those who have been degraded and dishonored in defence of their land, did not one think that these sacrifices made it holy ground? Some Methods of Raising Money Denounced CONTINUED'FKQSC FBOXT PAGE) if there are neither of these a woman takes the job. Many instances of so- ciety women taking positions were given and In every case the salary was donated to some worthy cause. Speaking on C..T. U. topics, Mrs. Wright said that the members were passing through a reconstruction per- iod now that prohibition is coming into force and that the enfranchised women hold in their hands the key of the situation as it is in their power to see that the law is strictly en- forced. "During the war, if at no other time, the women or Canada should set self completely aside and unquestion- ably obey the call of duty wherever It may were Mrs. Wright's .clos- ing words. ANOTHER RELIEF PARTY Buenos Ayres, June ,Lar- sen of the Nordenskjolds Antarctic expedition, is preparing at Pkienta Arena another party.for the relief of the marooned members of the Shack- letoa expedition on Elephant island. Canadian Casualties Drop your dimes into the I.O.D.E. box on Saturday and hell) the sol- diers. PRETTIEST BATHING COSTUME AT NEW '.YORK FASHION SHOW. They did not only iiglit In defence o their own land b'ut they fought in de- and go it England's would Have beea next by way 1st, but Ontario would go dry on Sep. I of Uie channel ports and if England tember Hi. o'uc thing l.h.-it had been I had tallen- 1'elovad mother land, found out by Russian scientists was i whel'a Canada have been? Bel- that the liquor could be made into an llad weil the gratitude of explosive and so the most deadly foe Cannda sacrifices. She would i her gates is being used to light the deadly Hun without. i Now, she went on to say, what could oe said of that splendid trinity or ua-1 tions, France, Belgium, and "Servia? j nISnest honor aml respect for the way Mrs. Wright would that every woman lmtl conducted themselves. As of Canada could rise to the heights'80011 as Wlir out Uie was become one ot the great little na- tions of the future. Honor Servians people of Servia deserved our attained. Baking Powder More economical in use 6nd full of "baking day luck." No disajppointment or trouble yob use Baking. Powder i if; the otKer in- gredients are i Mode from carefully prepared py-e food and.accuu.. com- iined to give best results. Askyour insist. tke coupon jn 'the can to get the receipt Look. "Mode In Canada for the Canadian Maid" THE tGG-O BAKING POWDER CO., LIMITED HAMILTON. CANADA The call In France is men produced the highest type _______________________j of manhood. Giory to the women of -1 Servia, tieciared the sneaker, who said thai whatever came ihey did not falter. A reconstructed Servia will be the result of these great sacrifices. The speaker tlioi passed on to the prohibition bill which was introduc- ed in the last session of the Federal j house headed by the Hon. -Air. Steph- ens of Vancouver, and seconded hy the I Hon. Mr. Marc.M, of Quebec. From I this resolution the temperance peo- i pie expected great things but what j did they get? Only a poo'r substitute. Then speaking like a prophet of old the speaker claimed that God was withholding the victories which were In our reach till the empire had cast j out of its midst .the unclean thing, j The great-tide of. victory would not I be ours till we had taken the same 'stand as Russia, France. Belgium and Servia had, not only in the great Dom- inions but also in our beloved mother i land. Let this be done and the vic- tory wil be ours. During the evening a solo was j sweetly rendered by Mrs. Barton and la piano solo by Mrs. Witwer. BRITISH DETAIN ALL THIS MAIL Christiana, June The Norwegian steamer KrlBtlania Fjord from Xew. York arrived here today iiy.way of Kirkwall where all consisting of '605 hags, was detf.Hed' hy the British aiuhorltiea. This ahhrevinted hathing suit of red satin created quite a sensation at the Fashion Show In Madleon Snuoro Gardens, K. Y. It was tastefully trim- med with gold brocade. It is doubtful If any of the fair sex would venture out-oii a public beach in the socks and red canvas shots together .with rest of this creation, Ottawa. June casual- ties, June 8: Wounded, shell Lieut. W. A. Hollaway, Baton ma- chins gun battery; Lieut. A. R. Stra- chan, 2nd C. M. R.; Lieut. H. via. Royal Canadian regiment. JUNE 13, KILLED Lieut. H. W. Wallance, OnUrlo. Lieut. H. E. Gould, 7th B. C. Lieut. B. J. Green, Canadian Scot- tiih. Lieut. S. V. Brlttaln, 13th Canadian Scottiah. Lieut. T. B. Saundera, 13th Canadian Scottish. Lieut. A. D. Proiier, 13th Canadian Scottljh. Lieut. H. A. Davln, 14th Montreal. Lieut. E. M. 15th Toronto. Capt. 8. W. Wood, Vancouver. Lieut. C. M. Adama, 16th Vancouver. Lieut. J. S. Thorpe, 3rd brigade ma- chine gun company. Lieut. E. C. N'lcol, 58th Toronto. Lieut. G. Cfapperton, 58th Toronto. Lieut. M- R. Henderson, 68th Toron- to. WOUNDED Lieut. S. G. Hobday, 3rd OnUrlo; Lieut. H. L. Walsh. 4th Ontario; Lieut: S. S. E. Brightllght. 4th Ontario; Lieut. W. H. Mitchell, 8th Winnipeg; Major K. M. Perry, 13th Canadian Scottisli; Capt. F. H. Mathewsqn, 13tli Canadian Scottish; Lieut. B. J. Selbie, 13th Canadian Scottish; Lieut J. C. HacDermit, 13th Canadian Scottllh; Lieut. W. J. Anderson, 13th Canadian Scottish; Major W. F. Kemp, loth Vancouver; Lieut. J. A. Scroggle, loth Vancouver; Lieut. D. G. H. Forbes, 16th Vancouver; Lieut. B. F. Jordan, 1st Pioneers; Lieut. A. A. GHlls, heavy battery; Lieut. C. B. Thomas.' 6th brigade machine gun company; Lieut. P. C. Hocking, 38th Brockville; Lieut. J. B. Allen. 58th Brockville; Lieut. S. I. Webb, 3rd Ontario. MISSING Lieut. J. G. Walker, 13th Canadian Lieut. H. H. New, 13th Ca- nadian Scottish; Lieut. C. C. Green, 13th Canadian Scottish. Lieut., h, L. S. Brown, 22nd battalion, in wiro of 12th, should read Lieut. H. S. Brown; Lieut. G. Lemssurier, 34th battalion, should read Lieut. G. S. Lemessurs; Lieut. R. H. Massey, C.F.A., in. wire of Sth, should read "wounded, shell ihock." MANY IN LETHBRIDGE TRY SIMPLE MIXTURI Many Lethbridge people are KIT- prised tho QiUICK action of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., u mlied in Adier-i-ka. ThU tlmple run- edy acts on BOTH upper ud low bowel, removing such aurprtoinf few matter that ONE TEASPQONFUt, n- almott ANT CASE conMlft-i tlon, sour ntomach or fai. A tew toe-! es often relieve or prvrest appendi- citis A short treatment chroato stomach trouble. INSTANT. action of Adler-i-ta to MUwlakht. J. j D. 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