Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1015 THE L E T 51 IJ R I D G E DAILY II E K A i, PAGE FIVE PATRIOTISM AND PRODUCTION Canada tins ycai: cannot produce (.00 nincli staple; food. Xo matter how large IKT snpply of export, there still be need for more food in Europe and Britain. Fanners and producers of Alberta are therefore urged to attend the series of conferences under the direction of tlic Dominion Department of Agriculture. Let farmers and stockmen get tog-oilier, hear the ngriciiltnral specialists who will be on hand to give valuable infor- mation as to the food products flic Empire and her Allies need and offer suggestions how to increase production. Attend Your Conference: LETHBRIDGE, MARC! At Pindi Health in Lydia E Pinkham't Vegetable Compound. I sufTored with fe- male troubles from the time I came into womanhood until I had tiikcii Lydia E. Pinklmm'a Vegeta- ble Compound. 'C would have pains iC I over'work'cdcT lifted niiytbinK heavy, and I would be BO weak and ner- vous nnd in so much misery Umt I would be prostrated. A friend told me what your medicine had done for her and I CANADIAN CASUALTIES1 ULlawu, Mtirch 1. Tin- fulloiriifjj iMKiiiilUi'H among incnilicn; the Canadian [nn-i- announced by tlit1 mililia tonight I.'IHS'I' HATTAlJON Killed in Action Feb. KiUv.LUl t'ollun. Next of kin, Krcd I'.iljan, liroilicr, J'rttilcm, On I. Severely Womulnl i'livalc W. .J, ijruiimjilmi, umimlcd in scalp. Next of kin, .Mis. Klinoi' Itroiunploii mil known, I'liiuiji'ii-t' CiiU-ick, Kiifiland. jciilos. Slightly WoiiimYil Private- IJ. Clmpir.an. ncxi kin, Mrs. I.. Mr.s Jcmnie Chapman lU'Kiliuiij-liip 'Ms nit kiioun, lint. visit im- 'SKCON'D HATTAMON !'il11 J'f'.'oNipai Slifiiitly i I CorpoiiYl J. IF. Ifannaionl. I Tin: JIUUH- in thigh. Next of Kin, I'. M. Manna ford, 1'alher, moiini, (Juc. ii.s 1'liyllin IJiKinholhnm left lanl t for HaUimurc. Mil., to ontftr on a inirsiiii; course iit I In; llupkiiiH Training school. 1 reUini a l visit iiilii: Fair and ibu J Icury illnn, jinlmll and [amilv left T Portland, where she he smmnri. Mr. Kim- them lo Spokane. Mi- jui'f -Mis. Thomas slrori Souih was lie arrival nf a baby tried it. It made me-strong and healthy and our home is now happy with u baby boy. I am very glnd that I tool: Lydia E. Pinhham's Vegetable Compound and do all I can to recommend B. BoscAiir, 50-1 E. Howard Street, Creston, Iowa. Tons of Roots and Horba j arc used annually in the manufacture I of Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegetable Com- pound, which is known from ocean to i ocean as tlie standard remedy for female ilia. I For forty yeara this famous root and i herb medicine has been pre-eminently successful in controlling the di Be uses of I ninn women. Merit alone could hava stood this Lest of time. If you have the slightest doubt tliat Lydiiv K.Pinkhaiu's Vegeta- ble Compound will help toTjydlnE.PinkhfLTU MediciiicCo. (confidential) vlce. Your letter ltd Opened, rcjid antl nuswered by a Woman, ami huld. in strict Nt'-vl km, II. V. ll.uiiilii.ii, Sault Sic. Mario, bar- in Iionor of Assistant ComniLS- siomM- inn] Mrs. .lamps O. who llu- city shortly for Itygina, whore Mr. luhes ui) Iiis new A very pleasant evening was enjoyo'I. and tlaiuly viands ueru serv- ed tlu; hostess at. the conclusion. Vinous ilio guests wcro: Mr. and .1. O. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Wilson, f'tnnniissLOiier and Mrs. A. M. Gracn. I, it-ill, and Alrp. W. II. .McLcI- land. .Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Tinninsr, Mr. and .Mrs. Scatle, Mr and .Airs. It. T. Urymncr, Mrs. Klewart. .Mr. V. Lindsay, Mr.s. Sliirney, Mr. and Mrs. 3. .L Shepherd, Miss McKuy, Mr. Ilydc. .Mr. Poapsl. -Mr. Chas. Kerr, Mrs. I'. Downer. Mrs. McNichul, Mrs. Mnsliiigs, and Mr. Newcomh. HKASMOV-SAUXDEHR A was cplchraU'd at' Wesley when liev. Cobble-, dick imiled in marriiipp. N'pil Kuancis Heaslcy MIKS Kstclla Saunders, hutli 01 Lplhbridce. They will vesicle in Lethbridgc. lj.15 thn throng assembled ai the long tables so daintily prapared by Hie lad- ies, and "the mouths of ihi: hungry wero filled with gcod ihings." The young ladies of the IJig Sisters' class saw to it that all were amply supplied, and the ''supplies" were of ilie highest order. Jlev. Benoon made a very ploasant nnd witty toastmaster, nnd the follow- ing list of loasta was proposed and each one hearli'iy drank: The King, Rev. A. II. Denoon. fcl- Clubs and Societies ANADA 1915 HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL STRONGER THAN EVER In spite of continued financial disturbance, ihe year Nineteen Fourteen was a period of uninterrupted progress end prosperity (or the Sun Life of Canada. At the present moment the Company occupies an even stronger position than at any time in its forty-four years' history, as is clearly shown by the substantial end highly satisfactory increases registered during the past year. ns nt Dae. 3UL Income Surplus Enmed ntI5p, Net Surplu Totnl r-aymPiitMP f' Iftsueu an In C'nnndn. Auuranccfl In Force ted Surplim 3lsL f'oiicjholder' nd p'nid for In Cash 1913 INCREASE 5 (1G-2V) I7.BV. 547.970 ISB.339 (221) 355.131 760.BOO PnjmcilU to r'oljcyholder.1 DOW held for Llielr bunelit Asiurances Usued and paid for in eaih during 1914 totalled amounl iiiued by any Canadiin Lilt Company. In this respect as well as in amount of Assets, Assurances in Force, Income, ind Surplus the Company again established its position as CANADA'S LEADING LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY The Company's Growth im HU IBM 1.061.350.00 (Oi .SI SI.02fl.BC3.71 lilt Policies in the Sun Life o! Canada are safe and Profitable Policies to Buy. ROBERTSON MACAULAY. T. D. MACAULAY, Archibald McTeer Malinger Province of Al- berta; Herald Cnl- ffury; 322 Telgcr Bldg. Ed- monton. W. G. Talbot Loan Manager Merchants Bank Building Edmonton A. J, Ivlng District Agent Room 2, Alberta Block. loived by tlie singing of "God Sa Tha Prolliecn of cliuri'li will meet, with Mies Agnes Dcwsetl, 007 Seventh South, The Ladies' Aiil ol" llie Kirsi Bap- list church 'will lie held ay .irirrnodii at ".3d p.m., the home of -Mrs. T, CurtUns, G'1'2 Xoulh avenue King." The Empire, Captain .Alvin Ripley, 20ili BsiUery, C.F.A., C.E.F., respond- "onn ed in a very rousing manner on be- huir of 'Major Stewart, who 'was mi- Uarc South. Tlie arteruooii will he devolo.d Tlie U'omen's Cine club insli to an- (he "Y" rlss for ladies and ill start AVeilnesday evening, All members must be ready avoidably tibsent, the other ori'icers and tlie men oi' the 20th. He sounded a popular note, wlip.n lie said that the Empire wculd emerge" from the pre- sent conflict more united and more loyal than ever. Tho Rev. Denooii nad Tinished singin- the praises of "Letli- jridgc on the Lelhbridgc nnd Mayor Hardie had done with GUlosix- 'Lethbridge on the old and an- cient Belly everyone thought .hat no matter what the name of the nurky stream that flowed by its doors, Lothbrldgc was one oi the best places in Canada in "which to live. Slayor Hardie enlarged on this city's contributions to ihc Empire in men and money, but WHS forced to bring his address to a speedy close, owing to the condition of his throat. The W. H. Muncaster Tor the floor sharp nt S o'clock. Th hoys' entrance at ihe north side ,c ihe building will bo used. The Lndies Aid of the Clirisiian Church will meet on Wednesday af ternoon at ;i o'clock at the home Mrs. Dnnswoith. Tliis is the regular monthly business meeting and social hour. All the ladies of the congrega- tion are urged to be present. E. F. Layton; ushers, Campbell E. C. McKenzie. Our Pastnrs, past and present, A. B. Stafford, Rev. A. H. Denoon. Our next happy meeting, Dr. George T. Jlarrs, R. P. Wallace. The musical portion of the program was par excellence. .Airs. W. J. Nel- son plnyed Oreig's "Norwegian Hridnl oE Ulairmore and Rev. A. C. Uryan of St. Andrew's diurch sjioke lo the toast, and Colonel C. E. Page respond- ed. The colonel took his cue from llie "great and near-great" column of the Saturday Evening Post. He thought Maclmloe of the Baltery, made a decided hit -with his rendering of "The and was forced to respond to an encore, which he did with "'The March of the Cameron Mrs. H F. Laytoji that Pvesbyteriana were near-Conpre- gatipnalists and that Britons were near-Americans. "If I were net a Cun- said he, "I think 1 would be a Presbyterian, and if I were not an American, I know I 'would be a Our to by Mr. J. D. Hlginbotnam. Our LI. IVilkie; Session E. N. lllglnbolhiim; ladles' societies, A. J. Irving; Sunday scbod, J. R. Oli- ver; bible class. Commissioner Reid; Big Brothers and Dig Sisters, R. E. Sang; Guild, R. J. R. Patterson; choir, sang a'selected piece, and Mr. Ixiyton gave a selected violin solo: 'Mr. G. E sang "Our Boys in the Army" with his usual Rood form and force, and the delight [nl occasion was For Quality and Purity First Groceries Phone 313. Toiiiorrow s (iroi.'orv I lo ;i ijiiick soliilion rinji1 iivohleni nl' what In Id oul; tlic n i; buy K-vpj'v -SLJ.00 J.'urcluise of Groceries -will sell vou One 20 pound Sack of Pure Cniie Sug'ar Fruits iS'ai'el Oranges, owcei and juicy, two dozen 9Kp Xftw Xovcl Oranges (large size) price per just arrived 4 per casc........ 3> I -OU Canned Vegetables 10e 35c Canned Fish 45c 40c Cereals 25c 25c 85c I Extra Specials S1.00 Peas. Corn or Deans per lin Tomatoes, 3 tins for............ Clover IjeaE Salmon 1 Ib. size, 1' tins for. Clover IjG Ib. r.ize, Salmon tins for Com Flahea. four pnck- ela Roman Meal, (the IIBIV food) per packet j.i. Robin Hood Oals 20 ID sact Laid Ej i dozen for C anl si on C ream eny ter, '5 Ibs. for pounds Cheese .selec.led. pel pound Good Cooking Eggs per dozen -SI. Charles Milk yer tin Ivnorr's Soups, fi pai etfl for Sail, four hage 8oaps Royal Crown Soap 2 iiauketo for Sunlight Soap, 11 bars for....... Soap, 45c 20c 25c 10c 25c 25c 45c 50c 25c I FLOUR 98 Hi Sack Seal of Quality 49 H) Sack Seal of Quality Flour Ih Sack Seal of Quality Flour 98 Ib Sack Hungarian Patent Flour 49 Hi. Sack Hungarian Patent Flour 24 Hi Sack Hungarian Patent Flour 54.00 SI.05 S3.85 SI.95 Two in Home Funiishings WINDOW SHADES, dark sreen, mouuted on Mascot roller, aiie 36 inches "by 72 inches, complete with brackets for......................................... BRASS EXTENSION RODS, extend 54 inches, ffOOtf i neat ball ends, well burnished, for................ 45c Hudsons Bay Co. A A very quiet wedding was soleiu- ized on Wednesday, February 17th, L IJ o'clock at the home of Mr. and Irs. X. fl. Averill. Badger Flats, vhen their daiitthtcr Ulaoclic Hazel brought to ,1 close by the einBins to Mr M n6-, 'C ?mr 'n and Franklin Atkinson. The ceremony WM tlic benediction b> A. C. by Rcv R Q Bybus of )3arons, in the presence of the mem- .A cork exlcaclor pafentecl in Jing- bcrs of till! bride's family. The bride l.iml conijiriscs tin stem with looked very pretty in a chnrraing Willis and Dell Vtriatilo Entartilncri ;i loose cross imu, whicli is passed i gown oi com bination of French iiinon a cork w'ilh QIC stem, turn- I dp, soie and Due shadow lace and car- ing nga nst the cork as it is with- ricd a lioquei of CIL-UUI loses and Tcvn. After dinner the happy couple drove to Bin tins where they entrain- ed for Calgary to spend their honey- moon. Mr. and Mrs, Atkinson are two oi the best known and most highly esteemed youDg people of this vtein- it-y and will have the wishes of a host nl friends, lor a long life ol hap- giness and the highest success. latesholm Review. DRINK BLUE RIBBON TEA One ol (he Most Wholesome oi. beverages. Western Canada's inos( Tea. You try it. HAAAY WILLIS Vei'calllt! VcnlrolitmiBl ;u Slarlaml Toiiielii- Send this Adverlisemenl 25 ctnu to Blue Ribbon. Winnipeg, for the Blue Rlbbgn Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Writcrn Cinida. Write name and addrcit plainly.