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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE PURE ICE- CREAM Always the Same Pure, Rich, Wholesome, Delicious Crystal Brand Creamery Butter RKET Pasteurized Milk All Quality The Crystal Dairy, Phone 1576 .Miss Ruth (ialhraitli is a RUCSt lit the Dr. .Mewliiirn home in Uilgarj. William Hardy and .Miss W. Hardy Ml this afternoon tor the cast on ,111 extended trip. The Alexander "alt Chapter, I. 0. 1) K will not meet [or M-WHIR Friday afternoon as was aummnwl recently. The Daughters lit Hie Kinnno I'ur- Voiding a tog dav sometime duriiiK the summer. 'I he date u not ho fixed until after the end ol The collectors for 111'1 T syslemati iMvinn inr Knox Ladies Anl wi mci'tin tin' school room ol the church on Friday afternoon at three o'clock iimiz'ecfat W Cyprian's church by'ltev.' Canon .McMiilni tonight at 8.30. f t The tea, which was to bo held at home of Mrs. .lames Mood e in FEELS LIKE A NEWJOMAN As Lydia E. Pinkham1. Vege- table Compound Dispelled Backache, Headaches and Dizziness. Piqua, ld b. un- Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder You are invited to try Blue Ribbon pure food products en- tirely at our riik. We guann- tea them to be absolutely pure and to give every If you are disappointed in any way bring them back to the store and have your money re- funded. MAY- BE A MEMBER iwesl. BURNS WERE- FATAL the hospital he" tonight from burns sustained at the end of the week when a gasoline stove was overturned. cd owing to the holiday. The ladies oi St. Augustine's A meet in the Red cross rooms on Fr dav afternoon at three.or 1 a to srw for the lied Cross Sonch other ladies who will come ate requested to attend also. Mr -mil Mrs. William fi. of Montrc'al, the cns.Bjn.cjt oi their daughter. Alice, to I .mild Warren, second son of x. Sopcr, ol Ottawa; _ fl Creclmaii, oi Montreal an- nounces the engagement o! his daugh- ter Edith to Mr. H. lloss Man on- alrt son of the late W. Macdon- aW and ot Mrs. Macdonald, of Ham- ilton. The Ladies' Victorian Lodge num- ber 116 will meet in the Moose Hall on Thursday evening, July 1, a 8 p m. The Orange degree will he con- ferred and all members arc requested I to attend. The Women's Missionary meeting ol 3t Andrew's church, which was an- ointed for yesterday at the Manse been postponed and will be held on Fridav afternoon at- at (he home oi Mrs. Ross, 1M-I 3rd avenue north. Lieut-Col. George Ross, I. S. 0., and Mrs Ross, of Toronto, announce marriage which took place on llav 27th of their daughter, Li lian MaUrite, to Dr. Harold Dictaon Courtenay, B.A., son ol J. D. Courtenay, M.D., and Mrs Courtenay, of Ottawac ble Compound tlia prnisoitdeserves, for I hove taken it at different times and it always re- lieved me when other medicines failed, and when I hear a woman com- plain 1 always rec- ommend it. Lastwin- _. ter I was attacked with a .evere case of. organic weakness I had backache, pains in my an'd'lVas tired. I was hardly able to do my housework. I had token Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound on one other occasion, and it had Lined me so I took it again and It has St me up, until now I feel like a new woman You have my hearty consent to u-c my name and testimonial in any way'and I hope it will benefit suffering OnpJIA TUBNEP., 431 b. Wayne St., Piqua, Ohio. Women who are suffering from tho- n Vegetable Compound to re- Etore their health. If you want special ajlvieo write to Ljdia B. icine Co, (conildentiftl) Lsnn, Moss. Yourletter will be opened, re, d and answered hy a woman awl Held in strict coiifldeace. v uu...... Jvme There is every reason to be- lieve that beginning in v uit another wHl be called for in Cinada, and ev- ery effort made to mobilize, equip and partly train this new by, the laet of Oct. v ober. They will bo needed, v i Rexall Orderlies, the modern lavative They art sold on a money back guarantee toy J. Higinbotham Co Limited. The, Rexall Store, lOc 26c and 5Qc Prohibition not assured; unless AVC get public opinion properly expressed at the polls on July -1st, Our Success -depends largely on the work we arc to do in the next three weeks. We Need -another hundred workers to give a few hours of their time now to help win this fight. More Funds also urgently required to launch and complete a More Aggressive Campaign Ultimate success depends on the supply of men and money available From Now On We know we have only to make the above known and t Our Friends Will Rally the Prohibition colors. Call at once at our Committee Rooms and get into the firing line. Prohibition Campaign Committee v fi08 3rd Avenue South. error appeared in the Red Cross report which'was published in last mint's Herald. The primary depart- ment of the Pleetwood school, the report read, gave while Halpenny's class save Jl.OO. Tins is ust the opposite. Miss Halpcnny b room grade B ol the school, J3 and Miss Bsnnington's room the primary department, FERGUSON-GEORGE The marriage of Robert Todd Fer w. left on the afternoon tram for t home in Nohleford, where thej reside. t On Thursday, June 2-1, at Uirist Church, Bobcaygeon, tint, by Kc> Canon ijlorley, father tie- 1m r sroom assisted by Rev. llr. Mack ..lUUlll, _ Tlll-fltl. liepina, Sask., June :s.-On esda'y evening all bars in Saskatehs van automatically close under the ecently passed Sales of Llnuor Act, md at the. same time all wholesale inuor houses in the province cease o exist. On Friday morning the gov- ernment lUliior stores, or dispensar- es, as they have become known, win open at twenty places in Saskatche- wan In three of the cities, Repna. Moose Jaw and Saskatoon, there will )e two such stores, and in all other places one. s, The Mil list of places places one. e which these stores will he opened. together with tin; name of the re- pohsible manager is as fol ows: Btggar, Robt. B. Hassanl; Battle- ford 3. Boldue; Batevan, T. a. Hooper: Gull Lake, M. C. Biggins; Humboldt, J. Waddell; fxamsack T. A. Bishop; Lloydmuister, A. C Foi- ester; Maple Creek. R. G. William- son: Melville, C. Franks; MelforU J. Rutledge; Moose Jaw, F. Hame- lin and.JV. M. Mclntyre; North Bat- fleford. C. D. Fraser; Prince Albert, F Cox- Reglna, G. Hobinson and G. Rosthern. G. Ballantyne; cnskatoon r, A. Mighton and J. JI. Hackney-; Tyburn, J-es Tedford; Watrous, E. Meadows: C II. Abbott; Swift Current, J. A. anttuian Carried to Mary Olive daughter oi the late Gardiner Boj'd, Esq., Boh- caygcon. Cows Make Profit For The Farmers The LetKbridge Live Stock not there-is money in keeping cows, and since work of the Guarantors is to enab the farmer with small capital to m.k. start in mixed farming, the wealth that thev haVe already brought to the is tollow nfarantora "read at' the Rural Rela .ISs'committee yesterday afternoon Placed to date-63 milk cows, .1 calves 8 'bull calves. Total S3. "Amount given out J61M; amount mid I25S; amount outstanding All payments have been made o the dot The example was cited t e meeting of one man who had ker careful track of the earnings and e of his cows and found ha nn the average his milch cows netU ,1m per month per cow. At th raw he figured on his cows pay in tor themselves the first year If t is about correct B3 mile cows that the Live Stock Guarantor have enabled the'farmers to get ar producing a year. At tins ra {hey will more than pay for the cost in the first year.______ PRAIRIE FLOWERS FATAL Moose Jaw, June 2S.-A three-yea old child, daughter of a man nam Satrum, in this city, died tonight fro the effect of eating a quantity netals of prairie flowers in the atte noon. Another Bister cover. HEADACHE? 3O Thousands of iiersons who have never known a day's sickness in any other form are subject to trequcnt attacks ot Headache that almost them mad. Whatever the nature may be asatk cause, immediate condition that produces the pain is a congestion or illing up of the blood vessels of the jrain with Blood, thus causing a pres- sure on the brain cells and nerve -laments. In treating all forms of Headache the first thing to do is'to relieve the conrestion o! the blood vessels of the brain. Abbey's Effervescent Salt in iasative doses does this promptly. Sold everywhere at 25c. and 60c. Full Hooded people who are subject to frequent attacks of Headache can be entirely relieved by taking laxative doses of the Salt every, morning. Headaches trae Indigestion and Biliousness are also entirely banished by continuing the use of the Salt until the normal action of the liver and stomach is restored. 6 Sold by D. Higinbotham .Co., Limited To Keep Skin in Fine Condition All Summer C- PAIR -50 dozen __.Reg. it ml 7i5c __Pure Linen llut'k mod or 95 c- .Door on sale IteM 'Heds. Greens reg. After the Holiday Specials Greatly Reduced for Friday For Fvidiiy soiling have jiroimivd an unusually .iroml list of specials for your ae- Have von attended the .ffrcal Sale vci! U' not. call on Friday and see the specials we are offering. ui-id Iniiulrcds of -peoials tliroughont the store. OPEN UNTIL 10 P.M. TONIGHT Dolly Varden and Plain White Crepes extra good and value Friday per yard run from 35 to Oxfords pairs only to 4 only Pumps, liliick reg 98 45 Inch Embroidered Flouncings lovelv Houncinss. 45 inch widths. Materials _, are sheer' dainty voiles and crepes. The regular were trom to M.50 per Si, (0 The sale is yard........................ f Hoyle's Best Quality English Prints llovlc'K best 'luality Bnglish Prints, full 32 Inches w The best print' made, guaranteed. Choose (rom a 4 4 wide range of colors and designs. Per yard.......... Black Kid Gloves 95c Ging- .Dresses. and French Keg. -Si.50 Values Perriii's line quality real French Kid Gloves, black- only, with heavy black silk points, made with two domes, guaranteed; Regular 51.50; QCp Per pair SuNlTTHISnjST AND DO YOUR SHOPPING HERE ON FRIDAY. The celebrated "K" Boot to go on Special Sale Here Friday This well known Enall.h made boot to go on sale. ma- _.. .....i th. are good, the workmanship Is n biucher and button, styles, .-uiai. .u, g ace values. Friday MEN'S "K" and tan biucher style'boots.'Choose from viei kid and box calf in this lot. All sizes. Regular for MEN'S "K" and tan, 2S pairs only in this lot. Leather is.selected ihox calf, good biucher style. Jg.SO, Sale Children's Hats Very pretty and becoming styles in these Children's Pique Hats in pink, pale lilue and while. The regular prices ol these hats was Sale price 95c ilioys' Hats 55c smart line of small boys' Lounge Hats in plain bine, red, brown and black, also in_blac- and white checks. Fri- day special in 55c Men's Felt Hats Men's Soft Fell Hats allup- to-the-niinute styles, some have plain .bands, others colored newest colorings. Any hat worth-up to---CI'Qfi for Tungsten We are placing on sale just 100 of these Tungsten Lamps. The size .is 60 watts; regularjiOc While they last .V4 size) Your Grocery Madam! 25c 15c 25c 30c 15c 15c 35c lOc 25c 15c 25c 25c Salmon tins for Libby's Devilled Ham. or tin Large can Lobster Regular 45c Canned Chicken er tin Shrimp Paste C. B.) iwr tin Beet Loaf >er tin Tomatoes, special 3 tins for........... Corn and Beans Per tin Beans, special tins for Libhy's prepared Mustard Fresh Tomatoes Per pound Large size Cucum- bers, esch St. George's Milk Qfl 12 tins for "WW Crystal Creamery But- "TCg ter, 3 pounds for -----.1 ww 11 pounds for Sugar, 20 pound sack for Bar Sugar 3 pounds for Icing Sugar1 3 pounds for Gallon can of Applei for Bananas, special Per dozen Oranges, per down 20c and............. Stair Carpets 50c Tapestry; yard wide 65c Tapestry; ry, yard Brassels; yK m yard wide J 52.00 Axminster; Cl Cfl yard wide Sheet Music lOc 150 copies of Popular Selec- tions in Sheet Music. Call in and hear them played 1 ftp over. Per copy vte .356 LadiesTnderskirts SOc 25c .25c 25c 20c 30c Regular price Linen Collars Men's Linen Collars, best '4 ply linen collars. Choo.e gg from our wide and varied ;stock. Men's Eain Coats Regular price 510.50 will be in charge of the paughtcrs of the Empire m and Lunches scrvcrt. said that the grass was so high that as continually losing his and the other by a farmer who lament that' the grain was so high that It would cost too much to harvest .it." Fernie Man Joins Medical Corps TWO COMPLAINTS ABOUT SOUTH ALBERTA CROP Edmonton. Alia., June 30-Premier Blfton returned on Saturday from a rip through the southern part of the province. He said that the crops m hat district are magnificent. __ "I onlv heard two he said. "One was by a rancher, who days ago for examination both beins 'l.asse.1, they now Colonei ton Place. Bc> U Wughton. of Godench ha- been calleti' to tin- pastnrate o the Baptist church at Stratford. John Corkerv has been appointed deputy pojtmaster at Peterboro, Ont, For Men, Women Children Any bind of Shoes BLiCK, TAH ;