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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta BDNESDAV, SEPTEMBER 1, 1015 THE LETIIBRIDttfi D A1L, V PAGE FTV1! 5) FALL MILLINERY We cordially invite you to come to Our First Opening in our new store, when ice shall show All The Newest Styles in Fall on Thursday-Friday, Sept 2 and 3 MISS CAMERON, 602, 3rd Ave. S. Fall: Millinery Opening Wednesday, Sept, 1st And Following Days We cordially invite you to view our First Display of the Season's Smartest Models. MISS JOHNSTON 309, 6th Street South 'oaldale: School Teacher Injured poaidale, Alta., Seid. A. jfllic-.'.the nrjncipal for the new con- Sdnted school, arrived on Monday, Packet of r- FLYPAD5 Will KILt MORE FLIES THftfi OF ANY STICKY ittm _ 1 CINNAMON FLAVOURS MADE IN CANADA at once took active charge of the school. On the folio wing- morning, the primary Mrs. Anna Mc- Leod had the misfortune to fall from a. wagon, breaking bot.U bones in one ankle. It will be some time before she will be ahle to resume her duties, and the school board is now seeking another teacher to fill her position temporariiy. Another Accident The two children, of -Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson were thrown. from a wagon a few days ago. The boy, Ed- win, suffered quite a severe cut on the forehead, but is now getting.along nicely. Several stitches were requir- ed to close the wound. Harvesting is progressing rapidly, and most of the wlieat will be out by the end of this weeU. A shortage of binders is delaying tha work to some extent. The youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Oil a iva. A ug. il i Hi- i culticK lift the Knglish and j French elements in the stafi of the j University of OH-av.-a have been new-1 ly accenttmtctl by the removal of (hi; Kcv. Dr. Slicrrv, one ni the pro- lessors who is very prominent in Irish Catholic circles. As a result the latter are up in arms. Dr. Sherry has received notice from his superiors that he would no long- er be required on ihe stall oi the in- stitution, but would probably be de- tailed for .mission work in the L'nit- ed States. J There has iiecn more or less acute, j trouble al Ottawa over since: Bishop Fallen, G: London, was sent! from it some years age. Last year j liis brother, the Rev. James KuAon, j removed and at the time the English-speaking students went- an strike and, parading the streets, made a hostile demonstration. He! was not reinstated, however, Last week Father Kelly and Fath-j er McGuire were sent away and the removal just announced of Father Sherry is taken as the last straw by the Irish. The whole development, so the English-speaking Catholics claim, is the result of the bMmgual agitation in Ontario proof that the Uni- versity is being made the centre.oi aj racial propaganda. Five cr six years ago, sixteen of forty professors were English. The indications now are said to be that only two English profes- sors will be kept on the staff. Watch for the British Columbia Brand on the BUY British Columbia Preserving Fruits NOW j'lact' your order iiiiout du- lay, Mrs. --o that ynti will set tlic fruit irowu in tltis miglily ours. Tell your British fn THIS IS PRESERVING TIME The housewives Canada have coiii'bin.-'l imtrloi- istn economy and Uei'ping by wtiititiK lor llrilisll Columbia fruits for i-tinulllK. lirescrvmg and Jain inakin-. HERE THEY ARE lusrioiiH. mell- JMK HarUott and Beau- ty" Pears arc, ideal lor .-aiming. srrticfsr can sutnily thoni. But your order must IK.- in promptly. CRAB Trans. centlant (Yellow) an-i the l-lys- lot) I Red) varieties from the valleys I! B. C. ar- the lineal grown. Try the re- cipes Riven In the U. C. Booklet will like them, esnocially the Italian [truni.'. erown in Canada only in Bri- llsli Columbia. The supply ot these unexcelled and very POP iliar plums is lor all ile- They are inarriaBC oi -Miss Marie toinetlc, daugfltcr of ami binders bcine hardly j dami' V. X. Vaiailr, of Ottaw; able'in cut and bind the grain, owing to tlie thickness. Practically the whole of the wheat is ripe, and the farmers are workillK .Hislil and day in tlie iiclds in their efforts to harvest this record crop. Oats, of which 'Jiere is ills'.) a superl' croji. are now rapidly and in SOCK; cases have been cut. The yield is jioini: to be immense, and some fanners are looMtu: for over TOO bushels per acre. Tliri'shins will be general in the duriiiR the course of Iliu next few days, and the machines will have to be worked to the utmost capacity to handle the crop No shortage of labor has been re- l.ported. but. good men who have come into town t'or work have found no trouble in finding employment. The demand for binder twine has j been but the merchants i Iinvp made great efforts to procure a sufficient supply. A marked change has already tak- len place in thn town anil the storc- keepers are most optimistic the future. _.. Louts A. Hoy, oi this city, lakes place in Ottawa tomorrow. Miss Delay anil Miss Myrtle Uelay rcttirncd yesterday aflrraotm alter a month's vacation'sprn) at' Victoria, I H. the quests of Mrs. .John Keu- especially f in my hnnils. I spent, a lot of money without any good results. I liavetaJten for J8 mouths now iiud urn pleased to tell yon well, All the enlargement, has not left my hands, and perhaps nerer will, but tho soreness is all gone and 1 enn do any kind of work. I have gained 35 pounds in eighteen months." A. V.'AUGH. 50e. a box, (i for trial size 55c. At all dealersordirectfrom Limited, Ottawa. GUARANTEES TO SAVE PROVINCE A YEAR Mr. and comptroller-general of the provincial nl fmmWs at a salary of per i 1 he o. the year, lie guarantees to save the of the nnnrj vitic-e a year over the. old svstcm and it is 'claimed that under All important of tile Iral C' r will he held al the i j T home of .Mis. Mcfvc.t, Ills lith Avr. j S mi l-'riilin ai'tertioon at I Klectioti of o'lhu'i-s will lake place i ami all members arc iTqtl'-sled to be present. Maior and Mis. I-'. W Fauc ail-j iiininc? the of their elder di'.tighter (Nctta) .Margoret, to the Hev. tlerald M. t.'omaE. B. A rector of St. Ocorg.-'s. Fort Sas- katcheuail. arc almost complet- ed for Flap, Day that the Daughters of the Umpire arc holding on Satur- day. The tlagh of the allu-s and the that have been kinillv donated] by'the Royal Crown Soap Co., have arrived. Mr. and Mrs. K. Tackaberry, of Xohleford announce the engagement of their eldrst daughter, I.ois M., to Mr. li. M. Smith, rn i 11 run THIRTY FEET J HOSPITAL WITH INJURIES- MANY CEDAR POLES BURN SERVICE MEN ARRIVE Fernie, B.C., Aug. to Calgary, son oil the Harold, while Smith, of I.yneh- walking across the. Coal Creek bridge of the C.'P.R.. last night, took a head- er the open space at the side and landed in the creek, some 30 feet How long he had lain there in very pin- an water is not known, aa ho Kiiior'can rcfukces. These wan unable to say what time it was Mrs. G. W.: :iy arc remiud- tltat the Daughters the Empire are making ior new system, ami it is claimed that under f Q w.iwhen he fell thro.ugh, but the police tins system the looting 6f the m 8th st aliv time were notified after 11 o'clock, and Mtry as in the past would have "nidtile ncst week.'Several Constables Cash and Dooley fished impossible. j parcels oi clothing have come in j him out and sent him to the hospital. Stuele has herctolore ticen mauan it is siri-in wnonds. and which has olltces in Toronto, Mont j real and Vancouver, and he has several weeks in each of three cities during the iasL tour years. The comptroller-general is to have complete control and supervision oi a I. accounting of the province, and shall supervise all contracts, tenders and orders ior supplies, lie will see that prices are. iair and that the pro- vince is i getting value for money John McCann Is suffering from an at- tack of diptheria. Pending tlie erection of a new sel-.ooj blinding, the first floor of the Assemhly hall js being fitted un to i provide accommodation for the two departments now organized. The Ladies' Aid meets this week with the president, .Mrs. T. 0. Dun- liani. B.C. FIRE WARDEN IS ATTACKED BY COUGAR Vancouver, B. Aug. 30.-l'ire Warden John Armstrong, 01 Secnclt, fortv miles north of Vancouver, has sent a letter to the game warden stating that he was attacked by a last Friday night. Hiding his horse throii'h a district that had been burned over by a hush fire, Arm- jitroni; says the cougar rushed at him like an angry clog and on the rider turning his horse the cougar pursued both oi then, for a quarter ot a mile The fire raiser's helirf is that the cougar had heen emboldened by hunger, for a heavy fire had swept the district. OF THE AMERICAN PASSENGERS ON ARABIC HENRY FORD ASKS. SOLDIER LIFE riiicano, AI.R. Colonel H. A. Fredericks, l-.S.A.. who is in charge ot tlie army school, which will lie held at Fort Sheridan nest month, announced today thai the application of Henry Ford, the multimillionaire manufacturer of Detroit, has been re- ceived and approved. complete Thr marriage oi Miss Ulsie Mary Coultrv to Kit-hard Kgglestone was solcmni7.ed at St manse todav at noon, by the Rev. A. laeyond some sca'ip wounds, and "nruises. and a wrenching of the he sustained no injuries. i Another Fire As Conductor Martin of tlie M. F. was passing with his train last night, he discovered a large pile of posts at the betcher siding, a short distance tip the Coal Creek line, to be on fire. As there was no water near, the I'ire burned tbe whole pile of cedar posts, numbering They be- longed to Andre Belaliger, and were insured for More Army Service Men Sergeant-Major Wraith and Private Blaney of the Army Service Corps, Vancouver, arrived at the internment camp, here, yesterday evening, and to he pemianefiy assigned to These men will nave of transportation of supplies stairs through an Qt white sa- from jrernie to the winter camp at tin ribbon, formal iiy the two wee MorrisseVi wtlicll fitted up llower girls, the bride's niece, Miss C. Brvan. The britie was attended bv lief sister Alice. The happy couple w.U reside on the Jlclntyre ranch. McKLYEA-WAY A very pretty wedding was solem- nized today, at high noon, at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. H- Way, when Miss htr.el Jl Way was married to Mr. H. B. sfte lo JlcElye'a. The bride, who was given h awav' by her father, caine down the Claude Hughes PHONE Organist and Choirmaster of Wesley Church; Teacher ot' Singing, Piano, Theory, Sight Singing, Ear Training. Pupils prepared for Old Country or Canadian Examination. 327 11th Street South. MIC poiliaith of Stoil.i C.mol llu snivel, diul Kuinoth the fwcuty-six Anioriciin passengers on the Arabic who were saved. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Blue Ribbon, the name aignP- fics all that is best. Always ask for Blue Ribbon Coffee, Baking Powder, Tea, Spices, Jelly Pow- ders and Extracts. They will five perfect satisfaction. Edith Gibson, and Miss Evelyn Al- lison, who wore dainty white [rocks and carried baskets oi pink and white sweet peas. The ceremony was performed by the Hev. David Ross, of.tlie First Hap- tist church, in the drawing room, which was effectively banked with ferns and palms, and profusely de- corated with pink and white sweet peas. The bride was a pretty picture in her wedding gown of ivorv cnar- meuse, with inserts .of., heavy sun lace, edged with silk fringe, the skirt with a fish tail train was ef- fectively draped into a large bridal j how in front. Her long tulle veil was j gathered into a becoming Juliet cap; anil was caught in place by a coronet oi orange blossoms. She wore the; groom's gift, a magnificent pearl necklet, and carried a shower bou- j qiict of white and palest pink roses and asparagus iern with streamers of. Her bridesmaid was her- sister, Miss Lucy -Way, who wore a charm- ing creation of hand-painted chiffon over ieinon colored satin. She carried a b'asket of pink and white sweet peas. -Mr. Carson performed the dut- ies oi groomsman. Directly after tlie ceremony the guests sal down to the wedding breakfast at a long table effectively decorated with pink and white sweet peas. The groom's gifts to the britlei maid, to Miss 'McKlyea, who played i Lohengrin's Wedding March, and to. I Miss Dora Ross, who assisted at the} wedding breakfast, wen- gold bar j pins set with whole pearls; to the, little flower girls, necklaces of chip-] hied diamonds, and to the grooms-1 man, a pearl tie pin. The bride and groom left on the afternoon train ior a honeymoon trip. lo be spent at Banff. The bride chose I for her travelling costume a.-hecom- ing suit of navy serge, built on mili- j tary lines, with which was worn a j smart black and white -hat. p for the Interns now housed in the rink here. NOW IN CHICAGO Chicago, 111., Aug. 1915 eti- ition of the Chicago city directory, in- dicates a'population of it was stated yesterday. The Johnsons, of them, lead numerically, as they have for the last two years, and are" closely followed by the' Ander- sons nd the Smiths. AFTER SUFFERING TWO LONG YEARS Mrs. Aselin Wu Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink- Vegetable Compound. Mltuietpolia, my littls one was born I wu sick with pains in. my side, which docton Mid wtra caused by fnflftmmft. tion. I suffered grot deal month and grew very thin. I was under doctor's cm for long years without Finally lafur repeated soj- eestions to tnr it we Igot Lydii E. Pink. dition to tlie wedding party. hum's Vegetable Compound. After tak- ing the third bottle of the Compound I was able to do my housework and today I am strong and wealthy again. I will answer letters if anyone wishes to know gbout ray case: "-Mrs. JOSEPH AMLIK, oi i amfslZ: 'and of Ames, Iowa, were a welcome ad- conuin, or drugs, and today holds the record of being the most successful remedy we know for woman's illi. If you need inch medicine why don't iron try it? If yon have the slightest doubt that Itfdla E. Plnkham's Vegeta- ble Compound will help to Lydia E.rinkliam MedidmCa. (confidential) for ad- vice. Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a BHAVE AERONAUT DEAD Paris. of the death of Adolph Pegpud, the famous aviator, have heen officially confirmed. The news caused sincere sorrow among the French people, who remarried as fi hero. Mid held In strict ;