Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LRTHRKIEGE A !JLY M 'tit' PAttfl FIVE means ,'fhe in chewing gum it means the Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package sealed air-tight. It means the largest, most up-to-date and most sanitary chewing gum factories in the world. It means a wholesome, beneficial, eco- nomical confection, good for everybody. Two delightful flavors cooling, sooth- ing Peppermint, and the delicious tang of fresh Mint Leaves. Helps appetite and digestion, quenches thirst, steadies the nerves. Make it your regular practice to Glaew It Every Meal see how much better you will feel! Wm. Jr. Co., Lid. Tcronta, Ontario Raymond, Alfa., May Tay- lor Stake of tho Church of .lesus Christ of Lalterduy Saints in confer- oiido assembled, at Raymond yester- went on record as endorsing and approving of the proposed act to ban- lih the bar in Alborta, and pledged Itself to flsht vigorously lor thii pas- sage of the act by tho voice of tlie peo- ple on July 21 next. Thi- resolution was presented by Elder Orlu Snow, counsellor to President S. Allen, and eight hundred people in attcnrt- inee voted unanimously in its affirma- :iun. The quarterly conference, which was icld hero Saturday and Sunday, was I RUNTWiT BUNCH IN rORSPEEDlNjj THROTTLE WIDE OPEN MOMTYI CLASSIFIED SECTIO WHERE WE HEADING FOR JAKE-TOP O'THE COLUMN? Fined for Selling Booze to Indians attendance, business of the jr tho larm- lug population. The conferencft was Braced with the presence of Elder C.eorge Albert Smith of UK, Council of Twelve; Elder Joseph W. Jlac.Mur- rin of the First Seven ['residents ot Seventy; "Aunt" Zina Card of tire Primary association; Mrs. Mactlei- hn'and Mrs. Cahoon cf tin; Reliel societv general board. President Al- len presided at of the sessions and delivered a most instructive and beneficial closing address Sunday af- ternoon. Four regular sessions of conference were held, two each day liesldes I these extra meetings 'were conducted by'th'e various auxiliary organizations, designated by the revelation on church organization as -nc-.ps m goi- ermn'ent." The addresses the vis- It'il' dignitaries were especially fol- lowed with keen interest. iv sKcraoon fcffnrn a large aiiuVnce. Apostle Smith and Bluer MacMurrin delivered two powerful sermons Both dealt with the develop, ment of tho west since Ilia advent of the Latter Day Saints, of the prophe- cies of Joseph Smith relative, to the great future of that laud, contrasting his 'words with those of Daniel Eter who ridiculed the expenditure of Federal funds for the opening up oi a sterile country inhabited by wild ani- mals, repulsive reptiles and howling ifsUe Smith referred to Canada home for the Latter Day Saints. -Stay here and permanently estab- lish ycurse'ives. Look upon Canada as your' home. Build up your homes, beautify them, implant in tlie hearts of vour children a fervent love for Canada and for the free and grand in- stitution of this mighty common- wealth Stand loyally behind your .___t ...nnlrl nriitm Capt. Wlk Battery, is in Calgary lor a few days. W. P. Lindsay lias gone to Hamil- ton 10 join Lindsay. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. English, 5lh i avenue, arc rejoicing over the arrn- jl of a son on April 30lh. ,1ns T. real, wile, and child, Monday afternoon, for Ontario, where they will remain tor some time. W Douglas and two ol his chil- ilreii left Talicr yesterday for their v. was ranch at Bull river. Mrs Douglas and orv of I others of the family will follow next was a j week It is their intention to remain Hiding the in H. I'. '-T'll the tall. Mrs I- Hanlie entertained at ti-i on Monday afternoon, the lion- guests being Mrs. Charapncss and Patteson. I most iidilful little gathering oi the of1 the fxtccmcil ladies. The spacious llanlic home was most cosy and comfortable. Mrs. Chas. Morris and "catlc assisted the hostess dur- tlie afternoon'....... Mr. and Mrs. .Jas. vVnUworkleit this morning ;lpr hv Mr. and The Ground is Jugtjttghtjor Hudson s Bag Today ao-aiii proved ll'" popularity of llio Hudson's isliy days. Hundreds of people willed. purcLiasud and secured their For tlii-oo more -F.n- day.and offering these Kocky '.Mountain Cherry Trees. Plant Your Trees Now With every purchase of in this one P.orky Mountain Cherry Tree l-RKEl will sell these KocUy Mountain Cherry Trees at 20e each or 3 for 50c. s" Win. Nifen of Calgary, ualiwork and'Mr.-Nivcn were delegates from Lethbridge and Mr. the t'al- The niarriligc took place, very ouietlv, on Saturday, in Didsbury, ol "Kunim. daughter 01 Mr. and Mis. George R. Kcinm, or Lethbridftc, to Mr. George H. son, of .this city-rCalgary News-lele- tomorrow afternoon at 3. WATCH FOR OUR WEEK END SALE NEWS IN MORROW NIGHT'S PAPER. The Hudson's Bay Co. had the Interest Hudson and Aldardicc hand- led'the toast to the old members ju a wav peculiar to these gentlemen, showing that they surely understood j the art of speech-making. Mr Lackenbauer gave a comical I Mr. bandarson proposed The regular meeting oi Knox Lad- to the its' iid. will be held tomorrow in the school room ot the .church at 3 p.m. j Reception committee, Mrs. Murra- .Mrs. Oliver hostesses, Mrs. Hessey Mrs. Griggs, Mrs. Medley. In reply to the suggestion from thi president of the National Council Women that the women of frain from we; tives lost in country in this great world the toast inprcssive Mr. Freeman ing credit to himself and encouraging the class much. The affair ot the evening was a male quartette consisting of Messrs. Haines, Thael, Kaake and Loverms. These gentlemen endeavored to ren- der Enos Bacon's version of Tipper- ada re- O variations. jhe women ot uanaua spasms j the.wa., iirs- i recovcr iror The variations of laughter j a consider- j ASTHMA COUGHS UP sooihesiisc e throat. assurincrcstlulniijhis. Crcsolcneisinvaluable [o mothers with youuj: children and a ftoojuo -uBersrsftomAsilinn. Send H3 voa'Ml Jor booklet NO DAYLIGHT SAVING HERE Macleod, A1ta., May petition, signed'by large number of the mer- chants of the town, asking for the en- forcemeat, of the Daylight Savins sch-me, was presented to the Council last evening, but received a very cold reception, the petition being ordered tiled, without any dissuasion. I" BRAND To Investigate Alleged Crime in Far North Kegina Maj the rumor to the effect that two Catholic priests, whose duties take them mto the far north country, hate met with toul play aic generally discredited, a pa- trol of mounted police will (cave Fort Resolution earl) in the n rural pooulataion of 496 souls all told. Toron- Vn ov to traveller, is dead. frtr Jnp niEnt tuen tut i w .1 ,r.ii next morning, saying she ment. The estimated revenue from rt wal" twenU into the this source was the banks walk rt wal would walk country to "0 earn country to gel. v enough to take her through.-M. K Cameron, Travellers Aid. s one-qmrter of one per cent on the average amount of notes inter- changed. Trust companies also have made an mi Onward Bible class oi initial contribution which is up to the -V-% their annual ban-! estimate. They pay one per cent on fast caning in their tall, some the gross interest, the property of DON'T BURN AND RUIN THE HAIR WITH HOT IRON nk hair is (becoming.to Cree li Logical "God mads the antelope, and God made me to kill the This was the logical defence put. up. by Sun Child, a Cree Indian, who was con- ivicted of shooting antelope In t.ie Foremost country. His case was, heard at -Medicine Hat yesterday, and the mighty hunter was charged. uid costs for his sport. CHASE SI SANBOHN MONTREAL 153 J WILL TRY TO BUY WAR SUPPLIES FROM THE' MANUFACTURERS Ottawa Ont, May A E. Kemp, chairman of the government commiBs'on v hich will In future have ullage of war contracts, stated tonight ith'a't the commission is rapidly oigan- lizing and will soon be in a position to enter fully upon its wort Tem- porary oiflces haie secured in the Parliament buildings In addi- tion lo a clerical staff, the commis- sion will require a number of pur- chasing isents and Inspectors of goods These will Be engaged as soon as possible The commission will on- deaVor wherever possible to iiuchase directly from the producers and manu- facturers of goods_________ 'Donald Sutherland, M P haa been renommatcd ior the House 6t Coin- by South Oxford Tories niins A will clear up your urine-nratwlize uric stone in the Blad- der or the pain in the back-andcoreall Kidney andBladder Trouble. 50c. a box, I! for Tna trentment if yon write National Drug Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited, Toronto. _ jmelhintf nitsasnoe. 1 Here s .a flush ot poin, and the victim says, "That's my corn. "My pared and coddled [or years, perhaps, -it's as need- less as dirty hands. A Bine-jay plaster, applied in a iifly, would end that pain .instantly. And the B B, wax that's in it would terminate the corn in two days. No pain, no 'soreness, no inconvenience. The corn loosens and comes out. It disappears iprever. It's hard to prevent corns while having dninty feet. But. it ran t hard to end them. A million corns a are ended in tins Bine-jay way. You do yourself injusti'-- you suiter [rom a corn. Half icr.i s have proved this. IS mil 28 Dnif fllti Sataflts Mailed Frtc herself the occasion. TIB n was the best ever given in Mrs' Slison opened the toast list with a verv humorous reading, which was well received, it being encored, Jnt Ura. Allison was unable to re- spond on account oi having to leaie to take part in another social func- ilne toast to the King was admir- ably proposed by and the class responded by singing the National Anthem. Rev G H. Cobbledick proposed the toast'to'the church in a way which could not herequalled. The class rose and sang in response a verse of. 1 ne -hm-rii'i! One Foundation. Rivers, ex-superintendent of the. school, proposed the toast to the school in siich a manner as to place 11 him in the first rank ol orators Mr Guess, the new superintendent, answered the doctor's toast m a stirMng'convintihg..address that car- ried much weight with all present, The main'toast of the evening was that to-the Onward Uiblc class. The 11 president, M. K, Kaakc, spoke m proposing this -toast so that he 'brought renown to himself and honor to the class. In response, the class sang one verse of that sons, On- ward Christian Soldiers." The toast I to the ladies was handled in a very able by Mr. Haines. This was this gentleman's maiden speech anil ho certainly won the admiration 01 all present' especially that .of--the. lair sex The ladies responded with a quartc le Mesdames Kaake, ford Leader and Witwer which, was rendered in such a manner as to call for an encore was much appreciated by Mr jrstei proposed the toast to the n s -embcrb which left ing mi'ssion on the class. In re- sponse fr Thael replied in his first certalnh showed that Medicine Hat, Alta., May has been struck at Alderman .1. II. Spen- cer's Drowning Ford ranch, 20 rflll.es. from the city. Mr. Snencer started a couple of weeks ago drilling for gas. His plan was that if he got. gas .he would install a irrigation scheme. Gas was struck liO feet, giving a good flow. It is. the Inten- however, lo go deeper m the in the mornino, ctreakv sticky or greasy about it. A feir ounces of liquid silmerine obtainable at any drug store, will pSove a welcome addition to many a dressing table. It is dividing the hair into strands and moistening each of them separately from root to tip. The .beautiful wavy effect will last for 'a considerable Bkie Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Bibboii pure foot! products arc the standard oi quaht} and purity. There is no "nist as apod" as the besl Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder aie s.old as, are all other Blue Ribbon goods guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction.