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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1915 THE LPTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PARE FIVE Former Principal of Macleod Schools Now in Hospital in- France  OT LETHBIGE ON WEATHER Refreshing, quieting to nerves, steadying to stomach. They help to keep thirst away. They give you pleasure in double The wax-wrapped package keeps all its goodness in and every particle of impurity out. Each stick, too, is separately wrapped in waxed paper-it is doubly protected and preserved. Two Delightful Flavors: To his many frlendK in CfilKai-y and MaoleocI, it will be it rnullVr of regrel to loarn that Private P. \'. SKOtt-Sui-lon,.,�>h(j left.-Matflgod with Mie flr�t contingent,...and. wfi" lias been for somp tlmfe In th'e lri;nclieg \V-itli tiie JOlli Battalion, iia!i"l)fi'ii wounded in the hand and wrist und head, and la now in No. 1 atutionary hospital in France. Private� Siiiton, who is well-known in Alberta;UiP linvlnK attended the Normal schoo'i and taught in Calgary for two or three vi>ars, prior to going to Macleod i\n principal of the public school there, is only twenty-threo years of age, liut ultliouKh a qiialUJod lieutenant, he went to front as'a private to get, as lie fsaid, "an early crack at the Germini.s." Mr. Sutton wa.s one of the crack cricketers of the province, and until his'departure for the oUl land, was secretary of the senior i)ublic schoo'i | Boction of the Albertn I'..iucational association which nieel.s liere early next month. ,/uat prior to the outbreak of Uie war in August, :Mr. Suttcn, uno was already a (lualified lieulc-nunt, attended the .'if.-hoo! of mu.skein- i;i Calvary, and wliiie iiere boarded at the corner of First street west aiul Sevenieenth avenue. When it became known then that Britain wag in the fight, the young'school teaclier relumed at onco to Macleod after finislnug iiis mufsket-ry .iourse. and asking lur "leave of ab-.Benoe, until the king sliou'ld have no 'Kirtlrer need of'my servioes." enlisted with the Macleod quota, and svent to Valcar.tier as a uirivate, from which place he wrote several interesting letters. KEEP POS 1 DC EN ON WRIGLEYV DOUBLEMINT ^CHEWING .GUMr has the inviting flavor of fresh mint leaves. has the Strength flavor. New Double Peppermint These preserve economical the teeth, goodies brighten and moisten and soothe ^ measure mouth and throat, aid appetite and digestion. It MADE IN CANADA, Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.. Ltd.. Toroato after every trade,, riot to meniion the exi)enditures they make for materials. Mr. fjush said that the druggists were the bard-gat uiita to crack. Tlu'y took the salesman up on the slightest provocation, instead of co-operating witli him. The Ijethbridge factory makes the very highest quality of horehound, and yet the druggists in,Bist on buying from out-of-town travellers. Mr. Farrow thought it rested with the dealers. Mr. Nelson, Mr. Dunham, Mr. Barfiett and Mr. Bawden, all spo.ke in support of the local concern, and Mr. Downer suggested that the Board take, the- matter up with the Women's Civic'Club. with a view to converting the''Ri!stes of the ladles. At the close of'the discussion, there was a competition for t-v.-o boxes of liocolatQE, preSfnted by Messrs. Lush and Witlwer. --The largest hox 'went to the man. wjtl}'.:the largest family. Mr, ..Diesethj wSb claims six daughters'' 'got a|yajrjj^\v,ith ^.the first prize, while 1'.. B.tHnyf''carried oi"/ Die second prize, being in possession of the .la,test arrival. It was' suggested that tiie second box be given as a consolation prize, but the motion 'lost. It was decided' that the industrial committee of the Board should visit every store handling candy, with a view to inducing:-them to make Leth-bridge candy an exclusive line. Mr. Allin of Uie'di-ug firm of Kenny & AUin, who have made the local product an exclusive line, stated that it had proven very successful that those who purchase .it once, always come back. hondfin, March IT.^Tlic Canadian .Vs.sociiited Press has \bceii asked Ui iiotii'.v "the .Soeieties working for the Canadian f^ontingent that most kinds of extra woollen comlorts will nut be rc(|i'iired much lojigr'r, as the supplies in hand will likely meet the demand. .Socks, lunvever, arc alwavs r-fiiiircd, al.Mi colored lianilkcrchicts, tobacco, i)i|)cK, games and newspapers. A (;anadiun ullicer -wriling from the frrtrit {tpropoH .'of't^ie last batch of magaji^inKii sent -out isay.s Hint- they arc almost' 'worth 't-fiffi' " weight in gold. Twenty-five sacks of Canadian newspapers were sent last week. * * * An ehjbyabie evening was spent last night at the .\'o. I Five Hal'i, when the members of the brigade gathered together for a sotdal time. The members cf the firemen's class in first aid presented tiieir instructor, lir. (Campbell, with, a seJ, of. pipes, as a token of the esteem in whicii he is held. � * 4 Mrs..G.-.H.'.Mitchell of I'JO-l Filth avenue Soutb, was taken,' to the hospital yesterday, suffering with pneumonia, * *  Miss Lizzie Kano, who has been in the hospital for a considerable time, has recently undergone an operation, and is now.able to see visitors. * *  The,.l?oard. of DirecAors of the Nurs-inir .Mlssio'ii 'will hol'd a lea on Saturday afternoon fi'om 'I to C at their new heme, 41:! Fourteenth street South. ,'The-public �generally is cordially iilvltrKl-to attend. A si'iver collection will bo taken in aid of the work of the mission. There'Will be no meeting of the Wil-lard W.CfT.U. on TH'ursday, owing to the 'women's meeting being held by Evang�liar Olibar*-.- �� �........ � � . The Alexander Gait Chapter, l.O.l). E., will meet tomcrrow atteriicon at four o'clock fn the V..M.C.A. andilor-ium. The executive of llie Chapter will meet in the "Y" at .T. Ijethbridge will lie placed on the weather map, if such a I king is possible. For some time past ttic Hoard of Trade has been eii(ieavorlng to have the weather reports from this oily sent out for publication by the mel-eorologicaPservice. Ijethbridge makes one of the linest brands of v.-.c i.i'if-r there is to be found in tlanada, and we want the world to know' about ,t. Mr. W. A. Huchaiian, M. 1'.. took the matUir up recently with lion. .1. D, \ldzcn, .Minister of Marine and I'Msheries, under whose department I he meteorological service operates. He advised the board of trade that the Hon. .Mr. Ha/.cn hart promised to lake the matter up with a view] to ! having Ijethbridge weather recor'ded ' by an oilieial observer. . ; IMr. C. B. Bowman, who has served 8 .vears i;i the meteorologica! division, staled at last night's meeting that the recording as done for publication, necessilalcd the placing of an odicial observer here.. The, observations as taken by the experimental farm, do not suppl;- the information necessary, while tbo.se cities which do send in odicial reports take observations three times a dny. The board sincerely liopes that (he ininister will � i'il. see fit to recommend tiic appointment of the ollicial required.  The inattdM- of the opcninfi; of f.h'6"" ' post otiicc oil Sunday for box renters, was again taken up,, and on the mo-lion of .Mr. Downer; secbhded by Mr. Farrow, il was decjiicri to petition the postmaster-general vyith, this end in view. .Several members ot the hoard .spoke to the motiop,i-and.;. it .j .. jia.ssed unanimously. The , general ''' Vrpinion uas that as the boxes wer'6 ' paid for b\ the public, the post;office autlioiitioshud no right-.to.loQkJibem . up on .Siiiidci.v. The petition will ask (hat the ollice he kept open at all-hours, e\enings and. Sundays . incUn!-, E'l- , . , Mr. Migiiibotham, former postmaster, stated that it would'be a difficult mutter to have this accomplished, as i at one time, the postmaster-general .-turned a deaf ear to the petitiotjs, ot . practically every city in Canada. . It, was pointed out thatit "took a ' ' long time to change the name of-the , ' lielly river," but it was finally -'ac-coniplished. Mr. Buchanan reported in a letter, that, the three rural mail routes oiit � of Lethbridge would be- in operation '� as soon as tiie contracts were award-:, � f ,.ed. � V i � Eat Lethbridge-made Chocolates is Warning Given If We Do Not Lethbridge May Lose Factory Employing Nine Men-Board Trade Starts Campaign Will the factory o� the Lethbridge Candy and Chocolate Co. remove to some other point in Alberta, for lack of support on the part ot the citizens of a town Tivhich paid $0000 a year for a commissioner to get just such industries? If the people of Lethbridge, jobbijrs, storekeepers and consumers, do not eat Lethbrldge-made chocolates and suck .Lethbridge-made suckers, the Lethbridge Candy and Chocolate Co. will gay farewell. This very important matter was the ])i:Price*s BAKING POWDER For sixty years Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder has been the standby of countless housekeepers 'who have relied upon it for healthful,'hoine-ba^ed food. .Dr. Price's contains no alum. There is never any question about the absolute purity and healthfulness. of the food it raises. :i chief topic of discussion at the regit lar meeting ot the Boarfl oC Trade last night. Mr. J. B. Wi'ikie' precipt tated llie bomb. He learned on Sat urday last that the manager ot the company was making arrangements to move out. A year ago this f�ictpry started operations with a staff of three. At the present time it employs a staff ot nine. If the people of Lethbridge would insist on buying nothing but made in Letiibrldge candies, the factory would be forced to enlarge its capacity. "The factory has made progress that has justified its existence from a business point ot view," declared Mr. Wilkie. "But the major p'ortlon of their business has come from points outside this city, and the :establiSh-ment of their product on the Lethbridge market has been an .yph^ll task. The men behind the business iire experienced. They understand competi tion, they know how to produce the goods, a:id they are producing the goods. If'they had halt of the Lethbridge market, they could increase their staff to 18 or 20 hands." "The whole thing lies with tbe consumer," said Mr. JIarnoch. "Lethbridge-made candy is the only kind you want to eat, theretoreii the only kind you should buy.'' Mr. .Wilkie thought that ft was^uot. a matter ot sentiment. It is a qiies-tion of. self-preservation. There Is an antipathy to home-mado ^ooda ithalil seems to be bound up in the human make-up. We must got over that^^arid cease to place so much Impprtanc'e on the word "Imported," esnoclally as the Lethbridge-made product in this;;ciiBe is equal to, or oven better than aliy that is Imported. It has the advantage of being strictly fresht, -aili'ithe, chooo'Jates nre all hand-dipped, so must contain only the purest of ingredients. The proof ot the pudding is in the eatiiiK, and Mr. Lush passed, around, a five-pound box ot freshly miiile chocd-. lates, the entire package 'faeing consumed. Mr. Lush stated that the'company used nothing but nureticane sugar. Not nn ounce of glucosd'went.into Lethbrldge-ma'dG candlesj''VTho fac? tory turns out H-l varietieis at can'tjy,' and all the coninany wanfij 'la ii -fair' show. They pay out more in wages Sure Way to Regain Robust Bloom of Youth A smootli, ve.lvet.v-soft .slhisb of yoiilh is over, this licautifiil Unt and salin.v'lustre- are rarely scon. How (o pre.servp them-that's tne yue�-lion. l>"'atnous l�eauty experts abroad long have tsnown tliat ordinary merooliKcd wdk worlts wonders in tlds direction. It actu-aliv ulves a new snrraee to llie fitin. restoring that marvelous girlish color and softness hi a remarltahlc manner. An ounce of this wax, procurable at any drug fr'tore. ivill convert a faded, freckled, worn-out or discolored complexion Into one of captivating loveliness in less tlian two weelts. No special skill is necessary in applyingr t)ie wax. It being smeared on at nisht l!lsawe management and conducted along the same lines as the last "Mason's" dance, which is a sufficient guarantee, of excellence. Invitations will be Issued and fuller anouncements made in due course. A special mid-week. Lenten service will be held this evening in St. Cyprian'^ Churcli at 8 o'clock. Rev. Canon McMillen will preach. ' ' .  * There wil'l be a celebration of Holy Communion in St. Cyprian's Church tomorrow iThursday) morning, at 7.00. � .i-ii=5-.t>;v,.�iS::f5.v�� The pupils ot the High scliool have prepared an Irish concert which will be giyen in'.tbe Central school auditorium foiiigbt. The public are cordially invited,  � � �- Miss Oaint.v, matron of the Children's Shelter, desires to thank tlic following for baby clothes donated in response to the appeal recently sent out : Mrs. G. W.. Uobiiison, Mrs, lled-ley, Mrs. Stacey, Mrs, Irwin, Mrs.. Uipley, Mrs. Hinini, Mrs. .Simps.in. Mrs. Thomas, and others who sent anonyiiious donations. She also wishes to',tlia|ik. Miss .Alice Clements, who is doi'n'g"'sewing''fo'c "tiie children, and the Teirill Floral Co. for a fern donated to the'Home. iMiss Dainty adds that'tliere is always use for children's clothing at the shelter, and donations of this kin(l..will hfi called for at any time;, *   Patriotic color schemes are all the rogue Ihis season in ladies' millinery. Battle-ship greys, Belgian blues, Kus-sian green, and military red, are the leading characteristics. How^ these Ijlend, together, stand by themselves, or arc ofTsO'tted, and relieved one by the other, can be .seen to advantage at the new spring uiiilinery now on display at Clarke and Co.'s store. 't'hes'e latest American designs ^w, of two varieties distinguished by the names of "Tipperary Turbans," and "(;hin, Chin Sailors." They are unique, elegant, ch.i.sto and becoming, with a distinction peculiarly Ccir o'wn. It's a long way to Tipp .rnry wc have been told, hut it's a simrt way to the Tipperary Turbans m the local store. Here is sometliins we feel'siirf, 'which' will set the l.ulies with an eye to style and beauty, raving. The' 'same can, be said oi the "IJhin Chin Sailors';, which are about Ihc neatest articles of the kind shown in Lethbridge. . . , , . Messrs. Clarke &'Co.'s new millinery display promises to be a centre of attraction. There is a variety ^yhicil'is charming, and there is scope for ,.jii(lulging in the most tastirtious taste; 'Iir addition to tbe principal features thetc are staple gpods in the ^vay o�;.:nh-vj^ui�r'j - ....... The pejfeel food, for- scjiuid nourishment] ,., "there's k Reason" MADE IN CANADA 4*^sokI by.Grocers everywhere.'".^ Canadian Pbstmii'Cei^&l Co., Ltd., Windsor, Ont. " 7935 ;