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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta >niDAY, SKPTRMnER I, 1010 THE LETIinninCiR PAGE PURE FOOD MARKETS SATURDAY Butter Shamrock Creamery 2 for....... 75c Cardston Creamery 2 Ibs. for........75c Empress Creamery per 35c Boriniebrook Dairy 2 Ibs. for....... 65c New., Regulations Governing Recruiting There is published below the order. Ill-council containing tho regulations which have been recently drafted to govern recruiting In the future In Can- ada. Far from being a system of reg- istration as tho despatches forecasted, the regulations will merely mnlio It possible for recruiting i.ifflcors to re- rune to attest any recruit who lie dooms Is more valuable to the slate in continuing In his occupation, bo it farmer, munition manufacturer or em- ployes in some other necessary Indus- try. The only other feature of the regulations Is the Issuing of buttons to the rejected recruit, which has al- ready been outlined by tho Herald. Under Privy Council .order 14ftfl au- thorized 24th" of June, 191G, the dis- charge depot at Quebec and St. John is taken over by the Military Hospital Commission, 'and all matters in con- nection with discharged and unfit men is handled by that body, and includes the issuing of badges under classes 1 (a) and In accordance with In- formation already given in the press. Regulations for Recruiting 1 The Governor in Council may ap- point for eacli military district an officer to be designated "Director of Recruiting" (or some other-suitable title) who. under the District Com- mander, shall he charged with the du- ties hereinafter mentioned'.' 2. The duties of a Director of Re- cruiting shall be as follows; (a) To have supervision of recruit Delicatessen Shamrock Cooked Ham per Ib...........40c Burns' Luncheon Meat per Ib............ 25c Burns' Jellied Ox Tongue 45c Sliecial perlb. 20t Finest Ayrshire Bacon Sliced, per 3flc Finest Peainealed Bacon Sliced, per Ib. 3Qc Dominion Picnic Hams, 6 Ib. Average, per ifr Poultry SPRING CHICKENS FANCY FOWL No. 1 TURKEYS Ask lor Shamrock Brand Hams, Bacon arid! Lard. Thu Director (.icnorcil and the Directors of Iteeruiling shall In: ap- to Canadian Kxppdltionary Force; and '.liolr salaries and allow- iinces shall bu such as the Governor In Council shall from time to lime appoint. C. Salaries and nil olhor expenses connected with reermth the Canadian Expeditionary Force will bo charged against War Appropriations. Regulations Relating to Badges 1. Badges of such form as 'he Gov- ernor in Council may prescribe shall be issued to the following classes: (al Men honorably discharged from tile Expeditionary forces. fb) Men who have offered them- selves for active service in the pres- ent war and htfvo been rejected. tc) Men who desire or who have offered to enlist and who have been refused upon Die ground that their services are of more value to the state in the employment in which they are engaged than if they should en- list for active service in the naval or military forces. 2. The badges so approved may he issued by any military officer duly authorized tlifc'reto by the Governor in Council to such persons as are deem- ed qualified to receive anu wear the same. 3. Every badge Issued shall he numbered" and shall be accompanied by a card bearing the samp number nd signed by tile military officer is within his Military district, and Hie same, such card shall con- herein to co-ordinate the work of all gencies. Civil and Military. Including the regimental institutions, connected ith recruiting. (hi To visit from time to time any locality within his Military District. n whi'ch recruiting is in operation; .mil to make himself acquainted with he nature and importance of tiie var- ious industries (agricultural, manu- facturing, mining, lumbering, fishing or others) which are being carried on in such locality. (c) To take into consideration me character aiid importance of the em- ployment in which any persons pro- posed to he recruiting may be engag- ed; and to notify the Commanding Officer of any unit which is being re- cruited in av.y such locality whether the services of such persons would be of more value to the .State in the em- ployment In. .which they are then en- gaged than if such persons were en- listed for active service in the military forces of Canada. (d) In case the Director of Recrult- tain particulars as to the person to whom it is Issued and the reasons for its issue. 4. No persons ottor than a person to whom such badge has been duly issuod .by a military officer shall wear any badge so approved or any badge so nearly resembling the same as to be calculated to deceive. 5. No person shall falsaly represent himself to be a person who is entitled to wear any such badge. 6. No person shall without lawful authority, supply any such badge to any person :uithorized to wear the LOS ANGELES BEAUTY BRIDE OF BRITISH EARL. The latest American girl to become a Uritish peeress is a daughter oi .1 H. Burke, a Los Angeles millionaire Patricia Burke, the new Countess of Cottenham was brought into consider able prominence when she won a beauty prize In. her home town. On two occasions she has come near mar rying a prince of the blood. Nearly all of Gleinvnod has taken advantage of the good roatis to the mountains and spent a week or ten 7. Bvery persfjn to whom any such days either at Waterton or Belly lliver badge has been issued shall at all lakes. A. very pleasant time is re times while wearing the badge or hav- ing it in his personal possession carry with him the card issued to him along with the badge as aforesaid and shall, on the reriuest of any mil- itary officer or constable produce the said' card for his inspection. 8. In case any person wearing or possessing a badge fails to produce ing should determine thai the services j sucll when demanded by the pro- _.------....... of any person are of more value to the State in the employment in which be is then engaged, such person shall not be enlisted in the military forces of Canada without the written authority of the Adjutant-General. (e) The Officer Commanding any lar channel appeal from the decision of tha Director of Recruiting to the whose decision shall be final. (f) For the purpose of obtaining necessary information respecting con- ditions' "of industry and of employ- ment from time to time, the Director of Recruiting confer with and re- ceive communications from persons engaged in the industries hereinbe- fore mentioned and from any organiz- ations especially interested, such as Agricultural: societies, organiz- ations and "Manufacturers Associa lions. 3. The Governor in Council may also appoint for service at Militia Head- quarters a Director General of Re crulting, who. under the Adjutant (Jen- eral, sha.ll be charged with the duty of supervising and CQ-ordioating the rork of the Directors of Recruiting. authority referred to above, the latter will .take his name and address ported by all, especially those who went to Belly. River lakes, for there the fishing is better and large crowds have been supplied every meal will all tile flsh they could eat. Allen Leishman has let out the con tract for Ills new residence in Glen wood to S. H. Thomas. School will commence here on tli< 3th September. Everything is in read Iness for a good school this term T'.ie same principal will still be in h and report the matter to the local old place but the police-for investigation, and to the'' CANADA APPROVED PRODUCTS OF DE- PENDABLE MERIT P. Burns Co. limited MAIN 3RD AVE. SOUTH, PHONES 412 1388 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4TH AVE. ST. PHONE.-1654 PALACE 13TH 8T; N., PHONE 431 officer commanding the military dis- trict. 9. In case any person shall lose forthwith report the loss to the officer by whom the badge was issued. 10. In-'no case will a'-badge be issued to persons w-ho have been rejected on account of temporary disability, or who are obviously unfit for service in and have not served with the Ex- peditionary Force, for example, to men who are totally blind, crippled, paralytic, etc. 11. Any persons fraudulently or without proper authority issuing or supplying any badge referred to in thesu regulations, and person wearing such badge without lawful auU'Gi-ity, or issuing or wearing any badge so nearly resembling the au- thorized badges as to be likely to. deceive, shall be liable on summary conviction in a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars or to imprison- ment for a period not exceeding thirty days. District Jews head is not bad for the breeder. This big price has been obtained _by many farmers during Hie When the schools re-open the teaching staff will be the same as; that of last term, except that Mr. will be succeeded by Mr. Mur- phy as master in the Public School, and Miss Kelly, of High River, will substitute for Miss Edwards for this term. When it became known that Doctor this week. Learmonth was contemplating leaving Mrs. Perry, of Lethbndge, is visit-! High River for service of the Empire ing her son, Bher, of Taber, for a few with the Royal Army Medical Corps; E. O. Clement, formerly of the Can- adian Bunlt of Commerce staff in Ta- ber, has resigned his position and has----- ___. ......._ entered im.u the automobile for his welfare and safe return to having accepted the agency fo- the..... TABER (From the Times.) The official, notice of the. appoint- ment of Carl Cook, to succeed Melsnn Blue as bailiff was received in Taber is now uncier the control of Miss Red from Raymond. Several Improve merits have been made in the schoo building and grounds. The senio room has been moved from the ui stair room to the east room down stairs which is a far better clas room. 'Cement' walks have bee made around ffle sS'uth and east o the main building "ami several othe minor changes have been made whicn j will "increase the efficiency .of the school. It might be stated that 100 per cent of the candidates for the pub- leaving examinations from Glenwood were successful last term. MAGRATH (From the Raymond "Mr Mercer now has the following members of his staff for the public school J. E. Earl, vice-principal. Miss Watso'.i; Miss Mercer, Miss .Davis. Hillspring, and Mrs. Lynn, of Leavitt. whose husband is with the Canadian forces in England. There is still one vacancy on the staff. The 'farmers north of Magrath are certainly setting a good pace for the rest of the district. With fine homes, fitted with all modern conveniences, and large neatly-painted barns, they are deserving of much hearty commen- dation. It is a credit to them and the district. It is almost: certain now that tne EEK And the children's footwear will be needing' attention. We have been preparing for this event for some time past, and our stock of suitable Boots and Shoes for Girls and Boys Will be found contain footwear for all ages at very reasonable prices. Bring Your Children to Us and Make Your Selection from our Large Stock HUFNER THE SHOEMAN Next Merchants' Bank number of citizens presented with him Magrath Trading cornpany will build Mclaughlin- and Maxwell cars. Wm Vick'ers, an old employee of the Canada-'West Co., left Taiwr terday on his way to Valcartier wl i re he will train for overseas service with the Royal Canadian Engineers. 'BLAIRMORE (Frdm the Enterprise) Blairmore wants the 192nd quar- a handsome brick block on the corner of Main and First South St. this tall Tho directors have held a number or I lengthy sessions and .today at a meet-1 ing it Is thought that the matter will br -iiven the final O.K. It is shown that the rapidly expanding business of this company .demands larger and a handsome leather club hag j With the erection of a brick block on Saturday last as a slight token of DV tne Royal bank, a new home for their esteem, and with best wishes ine Magrath Hardware company and for his welfare and safe return to jjle building now under way for the High River after tho war. Dr. Lear- jjn, Co., Main street, will take month expressed his deep apprecia- tion to those whose names appeared on the list for the kind thought, that actuated them in presenting htm with such an appropriate gift. "William of High River, found dead at. Cutbank, is the message by wire received by Chief of Police Monroe on Monday. Leonard enlisted with the 137th battalion here red to the branch. Edgar Thomas, who fur the past ere e (j couple, of years has been connected olmged from wnltam nobta9on prop. with'the' Union bank here, has been ert on Ule nb Hl ,imits the the branch at Batons, Alberta. Miss Lillian. Blais, of Frank He was also supposed to have a wife and children, but the efforts of the iu locating either or any of these. GLENWOOD (Krom Our Own Correspondent) Glenwood, Aug. thf succeeds ,M_r. Thomas at the local i authorities have not so far succeeded Pte. .Charles Ouimette .has returnoJ .Coleman, having re- cently come'out of a hospital in Eng- land, whorc-'he. was :being treated for wounds received ;in the trenches. Pte. Ouimette was one of the few rescued from the Ill-fated' hospital ship An- glia, which '.was sunk while crossing .the EMglish 'Channel In December last. HIGH RIVER (From the Times) Report-has it that one of our cit- izens has prosecuted uhiler the new Liquor Act, and finc'l 550 and costs for carrying booze in his auto white on a 4flshng trip up the river. The "mountie" from Nar.ton made the catch the case was heard in iown Jna'u'ied, selling at to J35 by the end of the year. season is a Uttle later than last year grain cutting will be common by next week and there are several of the far- mers here wh'o are now cutting." The yield Is likely to be good if only It succeeds In getting ripe. There have been iiii miii sturma lliitt rict at all this year ami there has been plenty of moisture to make a bumper crop but the late spring storms have set the harvest season back ii week or so. The foundation work on the new L. D. S. Assembly .Hall in Glenwood is Ilnishod and tho committee expect lo get the building in shone fortune oil real metropolitan airs this fall. _----------------------- ANOTHER NEW STAMP Ottawa, Aug. 30. Considerable complaint having been made as to the difficulty experienced in distin- guishing between the ordinary two- cent postage stamp and the two-cent postage and war .tax stamp, It has been decided to Issue a new stamp of the value of two cents and surcharg- ed in a manner similar to the one now in use, the only difference being the color, which is brown. Joseph Austin for the last 10 years Canadian Pacific agent at Elko. B. C., has been transferred to Fernie. usiflc WILSON'S N FLY PADS CAREFULLY. AND FOUCW EXACTLY, Far more effective than Sticky Fly Cledn to handle. .Hold by Druggists und Groccffe GROCERY SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK END DURKE'S SALAD Picnic size ..............20c Medium size............ 45c Large.size 75c SALAD SANDWICH OA_ OLIVES, per bottle Jut. MCLAREN'S MUSTARD SALAD CREAM. lie- in small jars lilt. CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES. Fancy quality. per bottle ilvt. BAR-LE-DUC. An excellent con- diment to serve with OC wild duck, per jar PEANUT. BUTTER. Squirrel brand. per tin Bulk, per pound PEARS. 2 Ib. tins. Heavy syrup, per tin CREAMETTES. 2 pkgs............ HAM. Whole, per pound A fine selection of Ganong's and Nioir's XXX Chocolates, just arrived, in bulk and in fancy, boxes. ridding Season Reminders. lOc 15c 5c 40c 50c 40c lOc Fresh Fruits 30c 30o 23c 25c 28c Fruit J PERFECT Pints Quarts Gallons Pints K Quarts Gallons Secure your jars may not be complete it to later on. ars PEARS. Bartlett. About -10 Ibs., boi CRAB APPLES. About 40 Ibs., box BLUE PLUMS. per crate APRICOTS. per crate....... ITALIAN PRUNE PLUMS, per crate PEACHES. Blberta. per crate......... CANTALOUPE and LEMONS. Large size per dozen......... APPLES. Good cook- ers, per case..... BLUEBERRIES and BERRIES to arrive 15c 45c LOGAN Saturday. early. if you rSizes, leave. PIQKLING SPICE, per package MUSTARD'SEED. per ounce CELERY SEED. per 'ounce...... GINGER per pound CLOVES., per pound PEPPER. per pound TAMER1C per'ounce CHILLIES per ounce 25c 35c 35c 40c 50c 5c HIRE'S ROOT BEER per bottle HOPS. per pound HONEY. In comb TEA. KBIT'S Special. per pound........... COFFEE; Kerr's Special per pound CHEESE. Finest Ontario per pound CRAB MEAT per tin.....'.......... LOBSTER. per tin 20c'and LIBBY'S SOUR MIXED R1C KLES. per bottle LIBBY'S CHOW CHOW Fresh Vegetables 30c 15c 25c lOc 5c 25c CORN. Large ears p6r dozen........... GREEN PEPPERS. per dozen CUKES. Special, three for VEGETABLE MARROW each............... GREEN PEAS per pound CAULIFLOWER. Very large. Two for 20c Soap SUNLIGHT bars for ROYAL CROWN 2 pkgs. for......... PALM OLIVE TOILET 2 bars for 'K. G. DISINFECTANT Germ Killer. per tin........... 50c 45c Prompt Delivery to All Parts of the City. 313 5th Street South. Teas and Coifees Family Grocers ami Provision Merchants Geo. Kerr Phone 1453 and 1365. ;