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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 15, 1814 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY PAGE FIVE Ml PRICE'S Cream BAKING POWDER HvjwmfaAfe 1 Its active principlesjsolefy grape acid and baking soda; It makes thi fojsl -fr more delicious andwhoie- some. The low priced, low powders put alum or lime phosphates in the food. AskYour Doctor About That Miller The death occurred in the city terday 'morning'of'_ Mary Alma. Miller, Tvlfe of II.' Miller, of 504 av- enue South, at the age of thirty-five j-ears. Dectnied 'was well-known in tin having a resident litre for upwards of yeirB, and of the district for over five. She came here from Brighton, Ont., and was born in Belleville: 'She1 leaVee, besides her and''Wo 'daugh- ters, aged six and three ;.-enrs, and -a baby slightly over a week Old. The funeral will be held ou Friday afternoon at 2.30 p.m., interment to be in the Letllbridee cemetery. Makes the day's Outitife- A PLEASURE Truly dainty bite. With vdvery smooth- nets i wholesoroeaess distinctly ill own COWANS MAPLE BUDS "A food must be palatable indeed to be enioved when served only with warm water and sugar and that is the way my children get "FORCE" served to them until they are old. enough to be beyond the dangers of summer complaint in the warm weather. My fifth baby, at present four rnoriths old is enioyinK her two regular feeds of FORGR justas four before her. In oatwecn, ot course, her boWe of cow's milk combined with prepared barley. flour. i "FORCE" is to UB'indispenaible, certainly while we have a beby in the houae. And if it is such a preventive'of constipation and indigestion and f ttver ailrnentB of a weak stomach where babies are .concerned, it must have considerable merit also for growing children arid adults. It seems absurd to state that nothing die can take its place in our children's diet but I haw tried so many other things without success." Name on application .aid Sold bi lood CTifvwlMrj i, I113 Tho little girl on the left Is Princess of the. Crown Prince! nd Princess of Sweden. Ingrid is just four years- old, while her brother, BertUs a mUe over two years of age. He has, however, had timo to become; he Duke of Halland a chevalier of Hie Order of the Seraphims. Their motlier was Margaret of Connaugut before her marriage with Place Justavus Adolphus of Sweden. j; MEATS THAT MEET YOUR APPROVAL We can please the most exact- ing-If your are hard to please we want you as a customer THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality but not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. ______ PHONE 493 UNITED FflKBUSY A! What FORCE does for babies BIG MEETING ON SATURDAY WIT.HlBANQUET IN THE EVENING Pincher Creek, Alta., May U.F.A. held a big meeting in the Op- era house :0ii and have good feel'.highly gratified at the splendid 'turucut.. The president, Mr. Tregiilus, -was the first speaker, and spent half an ionr dealing with the co-operative movement, it' up'to the farm- ers to use their influence at the polls to-get tbeir-juBt dues E. Carswcll of Red Deer was the next speaker, and jdealt with the ad- visability of" a creamery, and cautioned the (farmers not to go into thisw business; as competition with the big creameries was too keen He also gave some good, advice on the marketing of hogs. Co-operation was the keynote of the of the Calgary University, who 'was the third speaker, gave a very strong address on the subject. He showed how a smai.i country, wiia, through co-operation, one'of tile most successful export countries to be found anywhere. A banquet was held in the Arling- ton Hotel in the evening, and (his al- provcd to be a great success. A great many members from out of ;own were present, and some fine ad- dresses were listened to. Russell Main, president of the, Jo- vial "was chairman at both gatherings, and filled the position in j usual capable manner. After a vote of thanks to the visiting gentle- men, the banquet was brought to a i close. Great anxiety is felt for -Mrs. W. H. Upton, who has been very ill the past month. She was taken to the "Memorial hospital on Monday. Dr.-Hewitson of Calgary and Dr. Me- Nally of Lothhridge 'were called in consultation with Dr. Connor and Dr. Gillespie, and an operation was per- foriied on Wednesday. The doctors Liy that there Is a fighting chance of recovery, and Mrs. UBton's friends anxiously await tidings of .im- provement. Mrs. Lawranco of Winnipeg arriv- ed on Tuesday morning. She had been summoned on account of the danger- ous illness of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Saundcrs re- turned from a visit to Calgary-on Monday last. .__ H. Jackson an'' vv. A. Fraser REV! SILVESTER HORNE, M.P.. President of the National Brother- hood Council of England, who drop- ped dead oil the steamer "Corona" vessel entered Toronto whole meeting, and Professor Serge harbor. He was on his way to ad- dress a mass meeting of lire Brother- hood in Canada at the Metropolitan Church, and to appear before several other organizations, but in every ca_se tfne services were turned into memor- ial services. The result of death was due to overwork and a weak heart. Tho remains are being taken to Ens- land by JNfrs. Home and friends. For Reasonable Prices College Boys to Visit City TO THE Domifflon Meat Market Corner 4th Avenue and 6th Street Phone 1654 DEMH OF lltll CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAOE aser report a busy time, spent at the He-'' tail. Merchant's convention, at Cal- gary last week. A W. Allison and his bndo are Of rrinnds licro. and Will visit. frlendii. at nlairmore before to. the coast. 'LETHDRIDGE HAS. SOMETHING TO OFFER will have, as much to offer, and gain as much publicity as any 'of the .other, centres, for the boys will be given an admirable op- portunity while here to see the work- ing" ot the single, tax, commission government, municipal; ownership of -and reclamation, work, as well as conservation in one of its most delicate forms, that 6i saving the. soil moisture on the great dry [arms in this district. The Board ot Trade, realizing the advantage of advertising what this visit would mean to Lethbridge, has guaranteed to look-liter- the boys' actual expenses while in the city, and it is likely that arrangements will he. made to provide some entertain- ment for them such as ba'scball or basketball games, in which they would participate. The party will leave San Jose about, the first of October, and coin- in five weeks. WM. CALLAHAN ATTENDED I, O. O. ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY MORNING Pincher Creek, May Sun- day last another old timer of Pinch- er Creek passed away. Win. Calla- han who had attended the I. O. O. F. 95th anniversary service on April 20th, and was found "in an uncon- .rly following morning, died in the Memorial Hos- pital suffering from paralysis ot tho brain: Mr. Callahan had been in this district since He came from Washington at that time. He camped oh the V.'aterton River and ran a horse ranch. About 15 years ago he left here and went to the Cypress Hills, but returned about S years ago and since! then has been engaged as foreman, of W. K. Dob- ble's ranch. The funeral, which took place on Tuesday afternoon, was In charge of the loca' I. O. O. F. The service was conducted by Kev. Bro. Lytle. A large turnout of the members accompanied by the I. 0. O. F. brass band, which played appropriate music, marched to the cemetery where the last sad rites of the order were observed. The deceased was widely known and highly respected. LIKELY WANTED IN MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Sask., May two desperadoes, P. Ard and Sheri- dan, who arrested by C.P.R. Con- stable Whlttaker at Kingsgate, B.C., are believed to be the two men "who held up five sectionmen and shot one of them in. the local C.P. yards two weeks ago, and answer the descrip- tion. A C.P.R. constable and two lo- cal section men have left for Kings- gate to Identitfy them. FERNIE NEWS NOTES Pcrnic, May. nolice. cap- tureil a gentleman of 'leisure' travel- ling on the. blind end of 11 baggage car on the flyer'on Tuesday night. Wc was 1n heavy marching order and fnily equipped with a nrowning auto- matic thirty-two calibre, and .one and fifty rounds ot ammuni- tion.' Police. Magistrate Whlmster placed him on' furlough for two months with sufficient exercise to kcop him from being-homesick. Tim mines arc Idle today eu ac- count shortage. The Best in Southern Alberta For Your Sunday Dinner DELANYS, LIMITED Phones 452and 1522 ;