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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY-, SEPTEMBER 17, THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY PAGE SEVEN Nothing homemade PURITY FLOUR S anfl Better H- td' MAY London, Neil, the to Toront SUCCEED CAMPBELL asked lo succeed RovvR. J! Campbell, aept: Rev. .John Me- v.-lio in retiring from Temple. famous preacher who wi-ui It I'.r.dursLdud that Mr. McNeil will o from England, has been j relugi; the DULUTH RAISES 1600 PAIRS OF SOCKS FOR CANADIANS Duluiii, Sept. jialrs of socks were added to the Christ mits Shower for Cur.a'dlfui nol- dlci-B. In Kurope. an the result of the all day, and iiiRlil shower held hore ycstotduy und last night. One Pulutli man donated sufficient money to pur- chaw niii'ra of wooiluii Many of tho parceltj bore. Christmas incbEaKcu Iliul pray" en? for a safe return homo of the Ca- 'iiiutiun Sdldlorfi. One oM latly oon- irtbutcil a dozen pairs of suelfs biid knitted herself. Last night's es- timate places thu number of. received at -1000, with In cash. ALLIES IN FAMOUS PICTURES NOW IN CANADA Paris, Sept., cynUnu- atly in Africa since lusi September, a front of morn U'lui i-OOi- mik's! i the I'rencb Colonial smops, aided by (be Urltlsli allies, oblained markuble (iaston iJoiil- j minister of the Colonies, to I tin; Associated Preys', today. East- Africa." the minis- ter continued, "will .soon ho the on'i> colony possessed by with ihe exception of a small part of tlic SvunicnuiK. Tin; olrifi- (Jerrnan jios- spHSfons are occunu'r] cither by Kreuch or English, or roujnintly. one i lie difficult- i ie-s of tranBportation in the interior of the K.imeruus, noi only of food, but Jot munitions and cannon oi our expe- iditiouary columns, n ;r snr'c-ess ap- i pears to be still more and mer- j toi'ious. "A mi in be r of J-Ycnch columns t niai'rliing from east ID ami from Itoiith'to nortii have covered more tluin (KiO ki'ioiiii'trcs (about and, fightinu cnjitinuany, have I'jsUdjHsbed junction.-i ami thus sur- IS THE BEST FOOD FOR INVALIDS It iies finally broiifjht down as soon as they appeared. City Besieged Months "Gnriia, with a population of over mid ait important j.arrlsoii, was besieged for several months, and only foli when I ordered a sun of large -calibre transported there from -Morocco. It was brought upon boats jalonp, about TOOIt Jd'iometrps of wimi- iny waterways to tile outskirts oi' the i-Hy. effect of the projectiles j was HQ tfirriflc thai after a short bom- j bardmen'. the population and garrison of Garua _reqnested ijurmisaion to riiir- render. ''Tlie Riiinate and lln; nature of the sround opposed great difficulties to I the march, of our troops, but finally they wero overcome. 1 nt'ist in tliis rtapoct refer to the excellent organ- ixation of our sanitary service, thanks i io which our 'losses due to disease I wore greatly red need." I the enemy on threw sides, j while Anglo-French columns arc op- jfialinj; from the j-oiint toward the j interior, and a blockade of the coast i lus been effected by liritish vessels, j "The fighting in the colonies hears ja ?reat rescm'b'iancr; to that on the wyster 11 front. Trendies, barbed j.wir.? c-ntanglemenfs ;nnl blockhouse I ,'fttion posts havo been cleverly uiisiiufcd and by tlio Germans, j who haVv, shown here, as elsewhere, i tin; preparations for war. "Our enemies; had euin to Af- [HEAVY FIRING OFF ROTTERDAM i London. dispatch to i Telegram Co. from Holland, says: j "Heavy firms can be heard in a j t direction. It commenceil j Tuesday, and was so violent that win- I dowB both here anil at -the Hook of Holland were set ratt'ftg. 53-Bushei Yield of Raymond Man Haym-ind. Sept. IV.-ThresliiliR has just startcil buL tljr record that was I made yesu-rdny is um that Rives nn index to Sdiitht'l'ii Alberta's iOisanth1 i-rup. TolU'.strup, tiiiesliiiiK lor Josoph MaiKiict, slatM -that tlll'y i tiirrsiied v.-lu-at lliat yielded on an average (if 5-'l snshcls to I he acre, and which grade No. 1 Xorth- ii-r--. prnbably is the best reeord niailc in this district, but from all I appearances harvest returns this fall j will he pregnant with marvellous I yields. 1 The did practically no dam- aee in the ripe grain, only nipping the late crops. Vonr correspondent viewed a oi wheat, cut since the inwt and no trace oi irost. was perceptible. However, being in the hands of a grain man he readily pointed out what he terms a slight: aran frost. Tills will not, affect in the least its milling quality. Threshing is now in progress in the Raymond and Welling districts. About lour machines are operating and probably five more will be at work by the end of next week. c.wpUon Ilic highest price even )aiil for a bull nl liis lirerd. Thr IHll'- rliiisera an' C. aurt K. veil. o( Burlington Junction, Mis- souri, and will dead their renowned icrd at the Panama expoiaition in, iclobrr. PRICES On Fi'iiit- DOWN FOK TOMORROW Italian Prunes; ex Ira Qftft OUv .Massalns aii'J the Hook of Holland are on the North Sea to west of rica some aeroplanes, which the A1-] Rotterdam. J P. MclJreiror, of Hrandon, Man., lias sold his world famous Aberdeen Kvreaux of llorviestoun hull for the record of with Two unique paintings that are be- ing alicrr.'n ?t various Canadian fall Ihis year. The upper, "Piloting Her is an unusnul trculmenl of a subject which has pealed Ip other 'artists in a different way. It. is -II. W. G. Titcomb, an English artist. The lower picture is one of those peculiar kind for which the artist has tl'lficulty in-finding a name. It is called "The Bine Sereen' and is by B. C. Shannon, A.R.A. FIRST C.P.R, SUPT, IN B.C. 1 B.C., Sept. lioimcemeht is made of-the death-of Marry Braithwaite Abbott, well 'known ;is the first general superintendent of tile Canadian Pacif v m it i province. Mr. Abbott, who was Sti yean had been sick only a few ihn 31 r. Abbott was born1 in Abbotsford, fine.. In He'wag a railroad man alj ''is life and took a prominent part in the early work on the Canadian Pacific. He came to Vancouver In 3SSIJ. and for years was the chief for (ho great railway in the west. Liiite; 'Wud' mm CANADA S Perfection With every meal or between crery meal, then late at night "Good for you." laree; 25 lh ease Bartlett Pears; Case IkslvH' Dozen Tomatoes: Per basket Bananas; Her dox.en and... All No. 1 imported direct. SEE OUR WINDOWS THE PALACE CONFECTIONERY AND ICE CREAM PARLOR Corner 4th Avsnuo 5th Street "tO boxes; very 35c 25c 25c 4 CM IwV IHERALD SUELLLD in BRITISH SUBM Elinor KI SPECIALISTS IN JOB The budge tonne t Oou tantmople uitn the Gal-iti It i aid to ha-ve been narth de trcnwl bj the fire of the submarine. HE XEW AVALKER PERISCOPE BLOTTERS MENUS PROGRAMS NOTES BADGES The British adopted tins means of plotting the mfantninen in the tienehes hi wlndi he can fire and atm without exposing himbelt S SECRETARY OF XAMr DAM ELS LOOKING THROUGH SIGHT OFBIGXAVALGUX Lethbridge Herald Job Department. Se or II... N..M nam.U a toe, of the nis sea flglitera the .econt biggest .cvlew in Boston The gun shown in tte is aboard the U.S.S. Wyoming. ;