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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVC 'EAST CAKES CAREFUL TO SPECIFY ROYAL DECLINE SUBSTITUTES. ALLOW ME TO PRESENT MY BEST FRIEND ROYAL YEAST CAKES E.W.GILLETT CO. LTD. TORONTO. WINMIPKO. MONTREAL, Belgian Children in the Trenches as It nlii.v scum, to villages of Ihe ionlnghe. Zonneboku, and others- re stril Inhabited, although Ihc whole oimlrysiilo Is by. KhcH and hrapnel by.Germans, Hrltish. French lid Belgians. Not till now havo the poaslints who veil In that buttle-tonr district bought It necessary to send their bl'ldron away to nafely. However, SO llelglan boyicand wo lo thlrtoen years, have -Just- ar- iveil in Paris from the villages irouiid' nixmudc anil Ypres, and arc teliiK cared [or with affection by 'rcnch schoolmasters and schoolmls- resses. .Many of tlieni will bo sent nto the country. They will have soiuo wonderful ad- entures to tell Iheir new French rlends. Their parents, lontli to leave heir native fields of Flanders, never ceased to till the land, thc scene ot dally strife. They hail dug trenches for them lelves, into which they retired when ever the cannonade became too hot. and they had become unite accuitoui- ed lo lake their meals therein, or to sloop W them if the shells made Edmonton, .Tune fifty have been swept away in the orrential waters of the Saskatchewan 00 more are entirely or partly sub nerged, 2000 persons are. homeless nd property damage roughly d at J600.000 has ,been done thus far y the most disastrous flood in the ilstory of Edmonton. The low level irldge has been closed to traffic and Hood abates soon. The city power plant and pumping station are oper ating uilder the greatest difficulty and the city government Is resorting to every expedient to keep the plants in operation. A huge centrifugal is driving water out of the toiler pita Tile men are hopeful of meeting the crisis, but despite theii efforts the plants may be forced ti i In a precarious position unless thai close down any moment; "Tell England 1 Was Murdered London. June the East An- glican Dally News of recent'date ap- lears the following letter from Canon Aibbay serving at the front as a ohap- April 30 when 1 was wait- na in the hospital at Boulogne, two Canadian ladles in distress, seetog hat I was a clergyman, asked me to bury.Captain.Sinclair Allen, who had lied' of gas 'poisoning during: the pre- vious night. One of the ladles was ils widow, and they told me Captain Allen's last words were: 'Tell Eng- anil I have been murdered, not killed n action.1 I thlnii that these words ihould ring throughout England, and that to follow the Archbishop of Can- terbury's advice would crime against those 'brave men who are making almost superhuman-efforti to aare-.ua and our families from murder and'outrage worse than dwith. They are the best that the Empire can offer as a sacrifice for their country, for icIvIlUatiori and religion, and. we who itav at home especially have _.n in .flrhtinE .lino, have no right to deprive them of the means of sa-ving their lives from such en emles 68 the Germans. Not to give them the means to save themselves is to allow them to be murdered, and some of the guilt will be upon us. 'On the same morning (April 30) I met a Canadian Red Cross doctor in the' hospital, who had come woun- ded.from the front, and who told me that tlm Canadians had found one of their sergeants crucified -with baron eU to a door and that thsv nad a photograph of the scene His state ment was confirmed three days later by one who had helped to take the jioor he war. They went up In .broad day Ight, In skirmishing order, in face o ihe most awful shell fire; it seeniei mpossible that any of them wouh reach the Their exploi' will bear comparison with Balaciav: and I hope the day will come when more able pen than mine will tel ;he world of the deeds performed ri, our Incomparable Infantry In fron o! Ypres. I am thankful for the priv lieges of having been a witness o their heroism and offer them my u dying admiration." dangerous to tr agcs at night. to reach their vil- The Alexander Gait Chapter I. O. K. would lilii1 a full attendance to sow tomorrow aflcmoiui. Some worK I for the Dominion Dnv ri'lebratioii has j been undertaken, anil it is drsireil to j finish this as soon as possible.. The sections of Ihc Ladies' Aid under Mrs. Hlacoy and. Mrs. .I'.'rt- lorlv will meet for SBWIIIJ; at the Kcil i Cross room, Acailia block. Third: avenue, tomorrow altcnioon at, A benefit performance for tlic Nuts, ing Mission will be held on Wednes- day, June 3D. at Starlaud. Thc lad- ies' of the mission bnnril will have charge both afternoon and evening. The Ulnck lio.x, O'Ciarry ,.f the Hny- al Mounted, and other pic-lures will hf the attractions. The Prnthcon' class of Wcslry church will liolil a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Dick-son, 1212 Third Avc. A., at S o'clock this evening. Ml members are requesti'd to be present. The election of nlficers will take place and refreshments will be As 'for the children left at home in the daytime, they used to take refuge whenever necessary in ihe trenches of the French (or British) troops, where they were always watched over with paternal solicitude. FARMERS' OF ATHLETIC ER BUYS SONAL ITEMS Mrs. G. Bailey who for I lie past few months has" been leader of the Wesley church choir, is leaving for Saskatchewan'shortly. Yesterday was her last Sunday connected with the choir. The choirS prepared a special musical program., and the singing at the two services yesteriiav was a notable feature. Rev. Cohbledick ex- pressed the high esteem in which Sirs. Bailey is hell! and expressed sincere regret lhat she is leaving. The music committee of the church expect to have, a new leader shortly. MILITARY HONORS FOR CANADIANI London, June -militar honors for Canadians Include the fo lowing: Companions of the Order of th Bath Col. (temporary brigadier-general) Arthur William Currie, 2nd brigade. Col. (temporary Malcolm Smith Mercer, 3rd brigade. Col. (temporary brigadier-general) Richard Ernest .William Turner, V.C. D.S.O., First Brigade Lieut-Col, (temporary brigadier- general) .Henry..Edward Buretall, Ar- tillery. kieut. (temporary .colonel) Gilbert Lafayette Foster, Medical corps. Made C.M.G. The following are appointed as Companions of the Order of St. Mich ael and St. George. Lieut-Col.' Robert.Oilmour Lectio, BatUllon. Samuel Laamp son F'ord, Medical corpH. D.S.O. Distinction Moving are, the. Companions ot the Wstinj-aishod Service Order: Lieut-Oat W-. Burland. talioc; Lieut.-Coi. G. B; staff; Lieut.-Col. H. staff, Lieut.-Col. F. 0. W. Loomis, 13th Bat- ..Masinasin, Aita., June standing inpro'pitlons weather, condi- tions, there were approximately 1-00 picnlcers present at the annual U.F.A." picnic of the Milk River district: The grounds were on the old sick'er ranch, and were admirably suited for the picnic. The numerous shade trees and the picturesqueness of the ranch presented a pleasing.appearance. W. A. Buchanan, 51.P., and.S.-J. Shepherd opened the programme of events by delivering a few well-chos- an remarks. Among the numerous events in the Athletic sports worth mention is th'e 100 yards' dash, which was won hand- ly by Howard Leslie against a num- )er of competitors. Mr. Campbell won the sack race which provided niucn amusement. Then a novelty race followed, and created great fun. Toward Leslie won first prize, and R. Johnson second W. A. Buchanan. M.P., donated the irises for this event, fn the standing iroad Jump, the entry was ji larsa one. Mr. McKey making the best lump. In the horse races C. Vancleeve won a quarter-mile dash. The pony race, was won by N. Dickeason's horse. Next followed the bucking contest. Of the four horses ridden, own- ed by J Thompson made the best per- formance, and his rider, Mr. Rockren, won th'e prize w Glorious Episode letter signed talion talion Gunner and dated from the Red Cross Hospital, Harlow, Esaei, ap- pears in the London Morning Post "The following is in extract from your "Port of Lol'd Kltoheners atatiment In the Home of Lords: The Canadians, however, were soon iupnorted by British bri- gades pushed up, and the enemy's adyance was thereby checked "I iwant to tell you that the 'push- of those British brigades was Major J. 4th Bat- Ottbsrt'- Godson-Godson, ISth Buttahon Major W" B M King, 10th Artillery Major P A Lister Signal compunj Major W R Mar shall, 15th Battalion JIalor H M Matthews 8th Battalion B T Pragnell 5th Battalion Captain C G Arthur, 10th Battalion Captain (temporary major) "M. .A. Chisholm service Captain (temporars lieut crfonel) J T Macbrlen staff Captain A MECjhsil 1st engineers Captain T H McKlllip Medical ser one of the moat glorious episodes fo tallon ice and Captain J H Parks 1st Bat Food Values depend upon what the food supplies lo thc bodj Bodj and the latter- need certain elements often lacking in ones diet f Among these elements is the brain ,md building phosphate of potash, not the kind that you buy at the drug store, but thc true organic form as grow n in the field grains, wheat and barley. Grape-Nuts is scienhncalh processed to supply all thc nutnlion of Hie gram, combining deliciom flaxoui and those importnnl mineral values aic absolulelv necessarj for the iip- building of well-balanced phjsical and mental sireiiglh a Reason" for Grape-Nats MADE IN CANADA -sold b> Canadian Poslum Ccioal Co, Ltd, Winder, Ont Apples Evervwhere-Bargains Everywhere. They are More Plentiful now. Come and Get Your Share. 'Wherever one looks in this store one sees with apples. Fur- ther investiffiitioii reveals behind caeh apple some o-ottPii apple bellijr used merely to call attention'to The I'iieftbal: that parLieular articl" is an extraordinarily pur- Bargain that is really "Tempi There are hundreds a! them covering even' department of merchandise, and meeting ail persona! and househoUl needs. A stroll through the store is literally beset will, the most tempting bargains. Bargains everywhere. Men's Summer Straws l-2price Men's Straw Hats, good nullities and shapes. Balance of our Summer stock, on sale at HALF PRICE. Men's Odd Trousers Tweeds and Worsteds are the materials in these men's trousers, plain and strip- yg ed. Regular. 55.50 for Big-S. S. Rally Held at Wesley Over one thousand children and adults, members m" seven Sunday schools of the city, with the staffs of teachers, met at Wesley church yes- terday afternoon for thc Second Sun- day school rally tor IS15. The mem- bers of the different. Sunday schools marched to the churcl: separately and filled thc portions of the church marked out for them by large signs. Many banners and emblems brighten- ed the church. Thc Salvation Army i band was in attendance and discours- ed music from tluVbalcony. The crowd j assembled. Chairman ,1. D. Higiu- botham called the 'meeting to order i and the Doxology sung. The read-, ing 'of Scripture sentences and the Lords Prajer followed Features it the program were a recitation "The Demands .of, tile-' Liquor .Traffic." j whicl) was yicn bi I K Dutton and a vocal solo by Miss Hazoll. The speaker of the afternoon was Rev. IllSfJll Cobhledick, who addressed the meet- ing on meaning, object, cost, reward." He explained very clearly the meaning of loyalty as love for a" person or a cause, 'and pro- ceeded to explain (lie different objects of lovaltr.. He enlarged upon the con- absolutetarid.'limited mon- 1 flfi IwV. White Cotton Crepe, 35c value, yard Summer Dress lively White Crepe, 31 inches wicls. Regular 35c. Tuesday only .per yard Awning Ducks Good mi'aljtles, 30 inches wide, neat colored regular' 350 yard. This special OQc price for Tuesday only, per yard fcWW Cretonne's, Foui' Pieces on sale at lie Jusl four pieces of imported English Cre- tonnes to go on sa.le. SI. inches wide. 1 1 M good coloi'.ngn, 25c values; per yard.. I I M Brass 54 inch Extension, 2 for 25c Brass Extension Rods, neat ball ends complete with brackets: 3 for.. Early Clearance of Children's Dresses These lovely Gingham Dresses in colors tan. navy, cadet anil pink. Made in Prencli and middy styles. Checked and striped designs. Sizes 2 to 12 Qfif Regular JI.50 values Lovely White Underskirts .lust 50 of these- beautiful White Underskirts with wide embroidered flounce. These are jus! opened up for this sale and tf A AQ are good value at 32.50. Sale price I W Models in Ladies' Boots, 30 pairs only In this clearance lot of Ladies' Boois. This includes button and blucJier mod- els ill black anil tan. A clean up JJO OO, several iines. Regular Buys a Pair of Satin Pumps Ladies' Black Satin Pumps, all QQ sizes in the lot. Regular I Grocery Specials .....B: Gv Sugar, per 20 pound sack; C "tOne-sack: only to each customer) I Bananas, per 'dozen -20C "Raspberries, por box......_5C TRUNKS AND BAGS AND CROC KERY ALL SPECIALLY PRICED FOR THIS SALE. Canadian Beauty i............ Electric Irons Fully guaranteed Iron. Save time, fuel and worry. No longer a luxury, but" a necessity' Worth ?4.50 for HUDSON'S BAY CO. Masonic Sermon One 01 the largest gatherings ever -issunblen in church listened fro Ihe Rev A II Denoon preach i most poverful and encouraging sermon to The tug-of-war resulted. in a victor -hies pov the members ol the Masonic Order of is fighting three German n e e chestra prmded excellent music for the Bowerv dance The lain mtrud ed on the merrymakers who accepted the challenge and tned to keep up the dance regardless of this intrusion The rain however won out and the dance broke up about 3 We understand that a great many of the autoists had rather a picnic, getting home However no one grumbled because lam is the best gift we can recene in Alberta in this important season even if it does ill trude on our picnic days. Other Items of Interest Wm Shields' little boy has been quite ill but is able to be You should see the smile that wear off on the tinners faces I won der hj' Ralph Chase has purchased a Foil, car and has become quite efficient as a chauffeur. Mrs. Chase is' able to be around again after her .ate illness The berry pickers are reaping a great harvest ot berries this Vear The cnrtants anil gooseberries being plentiful Hr and Airs ilonert Gieen of River are visiting with M-s Greens parento Mr and Mrs R Sharp -Mr and Mrs J Helms of Leth bridge are the guests of Howard Let lie this week The crops in this district are loou mg splendid Fall wheat has af headf-d out Nelson Remington has winter rje (42) inches In height ihis grain will no doubt become popular here in the future seasons Consolidation carried m this schot, district bv a majority of one vote C L Colliding is for the east where he will spend the nummer months at his home ill C E Remington seems to be the only man who can land the big fish from the Milk HKer, We re beginning to think he some secret charm 'pontoon bridge at the picnic afforded considerable amusement to that crossed it Pe-h.ps more so to those who tried to and failed Who said cold feet BSNNETT GOING WITH 1ORDEN Ottawa, June 28-It Is -aid to be practkalls settlwi Sir Robert Borden will leave for England, tills week It he does he Is likelv to accompanied iby R B Bennett, "M P for. Calgary Gen. Hughes is also expected to sail for England within the ten tyit. worst, iledick. AusCria and Drink is the Mr. Cob- Almighty God will see fit to allow Kngia. pillars, had lo the companscns in tune with the present Ibc pillars were luge and strong, MP and the lops adorned a'tn in_, h beaiih Ihcic was a pilhr on eitliii f Liiton rendered the Uallelujili chorub Hoin Ihc Messiah in beautiful stile Iheir singing 01 the anthem 'the Life is Past and Qveri' was-de- lightful and Messrs Gra) and Flem ing sane 'flatc'iman ol the Night in a most pleismg manner t To Look and Feel Bright in Hot Weather This Ifl tha season whan who would have a lily-white completion ihould turn' her thoughts to miroolUjd wai Uie jlrm friend of Ihfe summer girl Nothinr effecltially overcomes the polling rtfecla of nm irtnd dust and dirt. The lit, Sa'rf absorbs the torched, tocotored, ireckled withered or onUcle, forth BL brand clear girlishly beautiful. It atoo un clous the pores removing blackheads _u4 Increasing the skins An ounce of mercollsed eitaiaaliia at drujstore applied nilhtlv lite cold cream and washed off mornings. sradualU the wont eomplulon. Wh" depressed ttM heat and you Wot to up !or tie bath, ihejao. lajajouoo Ottawa lune P Garland MP admitted before the Inquiry be leld Sir Ghai Davidson thu mornipg that he had received alto sum of from side ol thc entrance On coming up so tight all the booze -will he squeez to the t-mple one He spoke a strong soul and confess their faith in God Hljlll, iiliu uuiiiu-'" VIW- ..r--..... ing the National'Anthem; the differ- j_.en0on then spoke at some ent Simdn schools, marched back lo i ienirth on bhaiacter, and moral and their His laws laslh we must havt high ideals Strong men the speaker pointed out high ideals Men to be strong tike Christ as their iilfal and lnc in accordante with thc example He stl Those and spir itual strength, Kev Dcnoon said in conclusion 'will journe) throunh life in thr ejcs of (rod, and will be hon- orul In his TcUowmrn and will be of li'slini! to his coimiiunit) flic chftit under thc direction of t Summer Excursion Fares Circle Tour Through Revelstoke and Kootenay A splendid vacation trip tor teachera-and others Very ton fares from all stations Good for three month. from' Calgary. To Eastern Canada To point, m Ontario Quabec Bnm.wick ScoUa, ami Prince Edward Hland at low fares Uberal limita, stop overs and.diverse routings. PHiiaiua-Paciflc and Sau Deigo Expositions Pacific Coast Excursions Reduced farea from all points When going to the expos ulons or the Pacific Coast it willI p-oflt to travel Jhrough Canadian Banff, Lake Louise Glacier thence Ala SAIL THE GREAT LAKES SUPERIOR and HURON On the 4 Palatial luamahlpi and They make 4 Round Trips Each Week Asamibola Manitoba Keewatln" Uv (t Sun S pm Tues Bat 1 pm Prl I pm Lv Ft Arthur Sun ipm Tue. 3pm Sat 3pm Frt 3 tm Art Ft -McHicoll Taea Tliur. 8 30 MonSSO f am am ,am this route it offers Ideal change and to the hound for Eastern Canada and the Eastern from nenrtit Agtnt or from K DAWSON. Diilrtct Aptflt, _, ;