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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FKIUA'Y, .NOVEMBER as, 1915 THJE hBTHliltiDUE DAILY PAGE Sixty rears the Standard DrPRICFS CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar Made in Canada Great surahs attended the. ci'Kani- Kiition meeting at Iron Springs yes- terday, when an auxiliary to the branch nf tin- Red Cross was formed, with Mrs. Uutherfonl as chairman. ".Mrs. II. Donimu. Mrs. Sloltz'c, Mrs. Ki'HiinK and Mrs. A. Simpson met the lailies iti the after- noon and gave a short talk on the objects cii Hie society, showing sam- ples of (lie work clone and explaining the way in which it must hu done. A program was given with Mr. Black- hurnp as chairman, splendid patriotic speeches were given by Mr. 0. II. 121- ton and -Mr. S. Hall and musical numbers by Mrs. K. Long, Mcs. Cull, Misses Viva and Ursula KHoa and I'tc. Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. Uuther- ford kindly leaned their homo for this meeting and a splendid chicken supper was served to the hundred peo- ple prrsi'tii, the proceeds amounting to were given to the local branch. Several new members for the Red Cross were enrolled. Mr. Kuth- crford has offered to collect, for the, Patriotic Fund in his district. (i Nothing so good as fresh homemade bread gupreme QHOCOLATE Little. 'MAIDEN CANADA Your friends all love chocolate fillings Turks Repulsed Paris, Nov. lighting has been in progress the last few days in GallipoliV where, the-'Turks'undertook a strong oFicnsivo movement, but repulsed by thu combined (ire oi the British ami French guns allied aeru- plaiies June bombarded the Turbo Jiulgar. railway between Constantin- ople and Uedc'agaleh, damaging the bridges and warships have bombard- ed the coast of Asia Minor. This in- formation is contained in official communication issued tonight; by the French war office. This statement so reports quiet on the western front. V 'f SAMUEL SUCCEEDS CHURCHILL Lomion, Nov. L. ..Samuel, postmaster general, lias been given a seat in the cabinet. He has been appoint- eil chancellor of .tlie Duchy at i Lancaster, the pust recently vacated by Winston Spencer CliurchiU. I -Mr.- Samuel will also retain tlie position of postmaster-gen- oral. He draw no salary C- as chancellor.of .the. Duchy pt Lancaster. THE ONLY WAY To quit worrying; about your, food supply is to deal with L.C.TEEPLE YOUll GBOOKK DOMINION BLOCK PHONE 515 FOURTH AVENUE Shop Earl.1) is onl} Four APPLES til sound stork ripped and packed in itgulai alipk liotes at very low prices NO. SAP, ROME BEAUTY, QANA, AND RUBY. PER BOX NO. MclNTOSH AND PER BOX___________ Jfew Fruits Raisins, Gold Bii pkgs 25c Seedless Raisins, 2 pkgs 25c Sultanas, stock Ibs 35c per pkg 15c Cooking Figs, Ibs 25c Prunes, large size, libs 25c Fard Dates, per Ib. 15c Dates, per package 10c Pears, 2 pounds ...35c Apricots, 'per pound' .......15c Flour, Cereals, Etc. Pride of Alberta 98 pound sack 16 49 pound sack 31 60 21 pound sack 85o 'Graham 10 Ib sack. .35c Rolled Oats, ,S.lb sack 35c Porridge pats, large carlon. 25c Quaker Oats, large carton.. 25c Roman Meal, per pkg 25c Puffed Wheat, 2 pkgs 25c Puffed Rice per pkg 15c Creani of Wheat, pkg 20c Corn Flakes, S plcgs. .25c Fruits Jap Orangei, No. 1 slock, doz. 20c; Grapes, J'ancy Red Emperor, pound 20c or 2 Ibs for.. Cranberries, ilound Grape -Fruit, each Oranges, California, Table .Peart, sweet, juicy ing; per .dozen Baninai, pel' dozen Lettuce, Hot house, pound. Tomatoes, Cnliforiiia, !b. per 75c per .3Bc 15c .10e bnc eat- .25c 35c .30c .16c Teas and Collee Coffee Special; a very fine blend giound Iiesh Ib 48e Coffee, good strength flavor, ground esh Ibs 00 Tea; -T-eeplfi'a Ceylon: iiuuml Gunpowder Tea, per Ib. ...50c (ieneral Groceries Custard -Powders, .Monk" and Glass assorted flivois 90c Fruit Jelly Powders Alonk nnil Glass. 20c each, for.25c Jelly Powders, Imperial issoil pd 4 for 25c finest table, 5 sacks...25c Mince Meat, condensed. 2 pack- ages for 25c Dill Pickles Heinz dozen 20c Es'racts all uotl.e 2Bc Ginger 2 Ibs for 25c per Shelled Walnuts, pound -----50c Shelled Almonds, pound ...56c faplces, Pure Allspice Cassia Pastry Spice, .Ginger, Nutmeg repper, Cloves, and Poultry Dressing, per tin ........-1nc Ground Rice, "Brown :Polson'B Per package 15c Jam, pure '.StWwherry, per four pound patl 8nc Raspberry, ure I 11) pill 75c Plum, pure, 4 Ib pntl 6Bc Marmalade 4 tb pill 65c Strawberry and Apples, 4 pound pail 46c Raspberry and Apples, I iiound patl 45c Citron Peel; per pound .....30c Orange and i Lemon Peol, per pound 25c Cocoanut, pr-r pound 30c Baking Powder, Tuxedo, 1C oz tin i 20c Magic, tier tin Eggo, !b oillice tm 25c Crlsco, belief than 60c New "i oik, Xov. a for- t-inn cllicial source, in no way con- nected with European affairs, there came out lasi night the story that a fund 01 approximately was made available about six months ago from German sources to start a new revolution in Mexico, with Vic- toriano Huerta and other Mexicans opposed to (.'arranza as its leaders, the purpose lieing to embroil the Un- ited States with its southern neigh- bors, and in that way stop the ex- port of arms and munitions of war to the allies. Soldiers Can Take Up Teaching Was Prominent in Manitoba Affairs Hon. J. K. Hoylc, Minister of Edu- cation, has addressed the following letter to the secretary of the Central Provincial Committee, Military Hos- pitals Commission, concerning return- ed soldiers "For a.number of years there has. been iwrinsufficient supply of qualified teachers for thu requirements of the schools in this province, and it, has occurred to me that some of the re- turned soldiers, whose injuries pre- vent them from following their form- er vocations, might decide to enter the teaching profession; Our. regula- tions up to thu present time have re- quired that a student, entering--should have either passed our Grade XI ex- amination or satisfied the department that he has an education equivalent thereto..Jn addition to .this academic standing we require the student to take Normal training at one of our Normal schools or satisfy us that he has had similar training elsewhere. It has-occurred to me -that this would be a favorable opportunity to get a supply of teachers that would 'likely be fairly permanent, and at i the same time perform a public ser.T MCC b> giving emplojment to re-> turned soldiers. It has been decided1, tlicreiore thai if returned sol- diers cure to enter the teaching pro-. Cession swu will admit them to our Normal'schools for training if ;.they possess educational Qualifications equal 10 our Grade X which repre- sents at least one year less of High school work than our present' stand- ard. We. would undertake to teach an academic course in our Normal "s'L'hiHiis as well as a professional course, and if the students were in a position to stay with us i at the Normal school we .would he able to turn them out pretty -well quali- find, subject perhaps to requiring i them to follow a course of reading for two or three years after being admitted to the profession. sume that the Dominion government would be willing to maintain the sol- dier at school-for at least a, year.1' THE COST. OF -'ID1GGING IN" It is a matter of curious interest to know that- twice, as much dirt has been moved on the western line of the ivar.'Jbv the French and German sol- diers in preparing for trench'warfare as'was taken from the, Panama canal. For more than 500 miles, Crom Switzerland to. the Channel, four, five and sis-trenches have been dug on either side of the dead line, each trench averaging feet in depth, dug-'by private soldiers with little'war spades, an expenditure of human .Ef- fort almost without parallel.in peace- ful time? Rut- curious as this item of the cord may seem, how many, as they, fix their attention on it, will consid- er for a moment what it must mean to the uermanent fertility of. the richest plains of Europe, which have suffered such an enormous upturning of bar: ran subsoils. Those who have had. occasion to note the slow degrees by -which .our Iowa clays, left in the process of sur- face drainage, take on a cultivated and civilized appearance will be able to1 form some- notion of what Is ahead of France, when the work of restora tio'n begins. It will1 bo years before the .farmer will harvest even half a crop 011 the acres oC this trench war- fare li there were nothing1 else to con- demn the insane [exhibition of folly in Europe, it would .be the. energy that h'ns be.pn spent in destroying, the fer lilitj of If could be more .hopelessly and, criminally ridiculous than living in ditches like uUr it would bf the ftrtste of oneigj tXJMfoUed to 'ringing tlm tfftohca M. .McDonald, I lit: wcll-luiown and popular baggageman on the Coults line, returned with bis wife yesterday morning, from attending the funera'i of his father at Winnipeg. The late Edward McDonald was a well known pioneer resident of Mani- toba. Born in" Glasgow, Scotland, on December 15, 1841, Mr. McDonald em- igrated to Ctuiaua in his youth, and settled at Manle Hill, Bruce county. Ont., where he engaged in ,the flour mii'iiug business until Jie came to Manitoba, and located at Portage la Prairie, having .taken over the Marcjuettc mills at trt'at town, OUR YOUNG WOMEN are so often subject to languid, pale and their blood is thin or insufficient. They are not really sick'and hesitate to com- plain, but they lack that ambition and vivacity which is their birthright. They donotneed do need the tonic and nourishment in Scott's Emulsion that- makes richer blood, fijls hollow cheekSiSUppresses nervousness and es- tablishesstrcngth. Nourishmentalone makes blood and Scott's Emulsion is the essence of concentrated nourishment, free from wines or opiates.1' If mother or daughter pale or nervous, give her Scott'S'for one rnonth and see the betterment. It has a wholesome, "nutty" flavor, Avoid substitutes. At any drug'store. Scott 4 Bowne, Toronto. Out. 15-24 which was then the "jumping off place" for the entire western country. He continued business there for four years, when his mills were destroyed iiy fire. This loss coming simultan- eously with others caused the col- lapse of the first big land boom, Mr. McDonald was compelled to seek otil- means of livelihood, and entered the insurance business us represent- ative of the Confederation Life Co. On the organization of the Manu- facturers Life, he joined thai company as general agent for Manitoba, and subsequently became manager for Manitoba and the Northwest terri- tories, a position which lie held for four years, resigning in 1S9S. Since that time, until failing health impell- ed him to cease active, work, lie had been connected at different times with the Canadian" Birbeck Invest- ment Co., the Travellers' Accident Co.. and the Canada Life. Was Mayor of Portage From the time ot his arrival lu Portage, Mr. McDonald took an act- ive part in the civic and political life of the community, and in 1882 and 1S83, ,he was elected mayor, being the second man to occupy position there; Tn 1SS3 he was also nominated by the Conservatives to contest the old Federal riding of .-Marquetta ag- ainst Senator Robert Watson, who was in those lively political days known as "the People's but was defeated on the railway disa'i- lowaiice question over "which the peo- ple were becoming hostile to the point of rebellion. Mr. McDonald was also chosen as the first opponent of Hon. Joseph Martin in Portage, out with- drewi'in favor of a candidate who was supposed to fce stronger. He was then slated for a senatoi'sliip, but ags ain withdrew his claims in favor .of the late Senator Boulton when a va- THE NEWEST SHOE FOR WOMEN IN FOOT- WEAR AT THE FOOT TOGGERY JUST IN............ L and Miss Minnie M, who reside at home wife pre deceased him 17 years ago. The surviving biothers are William and James L., of and John A., of Toronto. REMOVAL SALE 1MASON RISCH PIANO CO, LTD. have decided to J- move to a New Location in the Balmoral Block, next to Wright's Jewelry Store. PIANOS, MUSIC ROLLS, AND SLIGHTLY-USED TALKING MACHINES Now on Sale at prices that will clear them out in short order n, Few USED PIANOS At Prices from.... up 12 ORGANS From up MW IS THE TIME TO GET V PIANO OK ORGAN AT A SNAP In our new location we will sultl to our stock a complete line of SHEET and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. MASON RISCH 405 Fifth Street Houtli. ;