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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THE LETHBR1DGK DAIIA HKtULD PAGE SEVEN Conybeare is iu receipt or a loiter rum her now in giving an Interesting account of Dominion Day celebrations at Kleli Hospital On July 1st a massed memorial servlco was held and the graves or over two hundred ami ffrty Canadians wera decorated vrllh ilaga auij Tho follow ing tlio sports wero held and songs were sung In Uouor ot the Do STEAMER Am erlcau steamship of tous wasBJuk by a Teuton submarine on July Twentytwo survivors have been MILADI PHONE becomes more popular tJum ever when SWEET CLOVER GRAND BACON B used That July Clifford Sif louj speaking to tbe Canadian club here today said that some newspapers were charging him with the retention of the big interests Bor den That was not his What lie vas advocating was that the Liberals go Into oHice with representatives of the Censer alive party and that when they got if they found that the big Inter sl3 were getting too that the Literals should put a stop to it That was the only thing for thoLlberals to do and therewas iio use of their standing outside and criticizing Sir Robert Gordons It was up to tho great Liberal party ol Canada so far as It was composed of tho men who favored a vigorous prosecution of the to come In and forni a ua lon making their stipulations as to policy andputting their shoulder to the They could not get ihat kind oi government by following the anilwar party ot That party says that Can ada has done enough for the war in men and money arid that the country is being ruined by That party through Its has made it clear that if It is returned to power It will Bend to Europe tho men who volun teered to go nnd that today meant that there would be for In Can ada for today voluntary recruiting had broken It was a question ot whether Canada was to remain in the war or to drop Sir Hoberl Gordons proposal for a union government between the Eag Isbspeaklng Liberals who wero in favor of conscription and a vigorous prosecution of the was still un der consfderatfon and che settlement of this question would probably be ono of Uia most momentous political decisions for Canuda since confeder The Misses Dorothy and Alberta Cronkhite aro visiting Miss Bessie Cronkhlte for two KIpp and Misses Marjorle and Doris Kiup left this laomlug for 4 Davis ot the Chinook Coal Company Is spending bis vacation at McKay ot the Merchants Is speudiug his holidays lied tU former McKenzlo and Alec aul left this morning for a months vacation in tbo There will be no meeting ot the Nursing Mission board for tbe month of The collectors will call as usual and are asked to ort to McClure not later than August many friends in this city of Miss Gladys conductor of tbo dancing classes here last will be Interested to learn that sho is now at Los where she is attend ing the DenisShawn school of in Turning Out Macaroni On Order For the British Armies IcU this morning lor The Daughters and Maids of Kng aiid are remtnAed ot ibo ice cream social tbts evening al the home of MIX Utb Street Miss left on Thurs day where she has accepted a position as stenographer in tbe offices ofthe International Harvester and Ahley uests at the With 2D men on the tho Mar and WhMUuiUou and sourinaro Macaroni it busily in turning out Its first wir lirltlsb Just i few days ago the cwnpLiny received an order for worth of their macaroni to be sent ovcratiiH to help feed Britains millions on the fight ing Uonainlco immediately IncreasedIlls staff tu turn out thu and yesterday sent forward the second car load of the order amounts to eight car Altosether the company wilt ship i about boxes of which The regular meeting of the Ladles it will take of flour to pro The flour will all be produced in tbo Ellison Milling having for 1200 barrels lg ill ex pccts to fluish hiecontract Inside two With hlsCanadtan business and the further British army orders consider ing tbe of extending liis has already been extend ed three tidies since tbe factory was Only tint the city doea htm protection against flooding Is holding The more you know about the more part icular you are about aroma and flavour more you will appreciate SEAL BRAND Once you have tried your choice will always be Chase Sanborns SEAL BRAND Iu I and 2 pound ground for Never sold in CHASE A wedding oE considerable interest to Lethbridge and which came as a surprise to tho friends of tho contracting oilcurred la Mac leod on July tbe particulars hav ing just reached This Is the ofMiss Esther aged a Lethbriilge young daughter of to Alchfn LaVerne aiming mer ot New son of and of DCS The ceremony was performed by Methodist pas tor at the young couple com ing up from Waterton the family ot the bride is spending tho Tbe couple will it Is reside in New Orange Lodge will be held tomorrow iilght at 8 oclock In ilic Mooso The first degree he conferred and all members are requested to aU place at nine oclock al Patricks whenMiss Stella Kennedy of Lethbridee formerly a teacher in Bazll for the past two was united In marriage to Henry Dalne of The brido wore a becoming dress of Jonnaught blue crepe de bat to She was assisted by her A HE I In teros in the MK Western con vent ion to be lieUl the Koyal Alex andra hotel Auftuat 7 and S received a decided fillip in the announcement at Calory will be ilie allotting of tho new contributions expeilcd iroiii various districts Tor the year which starts on September The Leth InIilge delegation is Instructed to op posoany increase of the Lethbridge allotment of Ths meeting last the possibility of lue government of municipalities making assessments on property frhls year lor Ifcc raiding of patriotic funds but it wis ihouglu liiat little would Le Uwe alotij this 1 The at Calgary will bo Im portant us the quest Urn of Increasing from Retina that there will be a full the allowances to dependents of soM reprosenlaUon ot delegates from HJSj Urs will he The Northern This means evnry 1 Alberta bra neb decided at their an Drovinclal constituency in that yrov uual meeting to increase tho allow is expected to rend its full quota ances to meet the increasing cost of of Alberta is also expect eJ i living and it Is expcctcJ that tbe Bonamlco back from further be fully represented and it is quite southern branch will lake the lie Is asking the city to Fulfills Every Claim No furnace can do nipre than but the furnace absolutely and invariably does satisfy fully and completely when properly Ask our local dealer to show you this good or write for free SUNSHINE FURNACE LOKBOK TOROHTO MOHTREAl WIKKIPEO VAKCODVER HAMII TOU CA10ARY 4 For Sale by The D1XON SHEET METAL twin Vera Kennedy make some extensions to tho drainage wore an Alice blue dress with two tone hat to Little Miss June niece acteu as wore a con vcDtIonalblEtck assisted by the brides After the ceremony the happy couplo sojourned the home ot ihe brides and Kennedy of North where they sat down to a sumptuous dinner decorated with The bride was recipient of many beautiful and valuable system in North Lethbridge in order to give him a chance to expand his couple left for Vancou ver antl otiier where they will spend tlielr All their friend join in wishing them a Joyous mTHEOF RACE PROGRAMME AT THE STAMPEDE Entries Horse Race to be deducted from to be made before rac ing All prizes to be divided ou basis of 70 20 second and 10 FIRST DAY Relay QuarterWife Running ThrecElghthi Pony Race SECOND DAY local threeyear Hcly HalfMlle Pony ThreeFourth Mile The largest number of returned soldiers to arriro in In ono day stnce the Canadians began to come back reached the city Iastulght from vlifcre tnoy arrivedyes terday Twentythree came down on the Tiiglit being met by the new committee pt Alexander Gait Chapteri composed o Hardle and Oliver of the Returned Soldiers Bureau also met the Fred went over with the S2nd Battalion Cunningham of the 230thRail way Construction Corps were the only two Lethbridge tiisTra malnder eight were from ot the city and weremembergof the nih Mounted Rifles and tbe C All hut Roy Ellison of Cards ton went south Immediately In ante mobiles tliat were waiting tor them Thirteen were for points nnd inclucfed men of the CV AY ani tho Smith who enlisted wltt ths hut Who went forward hi Hie winter ot with a draft for tho Tunnelling Corps was among those from Crow McLennan of Lethbrldgo alsi arrived In Calgary yesterday and wll nrrlvo In the city In a couplo of days Cleever of tho 7th Canadian cavalry has arrived home on furlong granted after the death Gt his wit Brocklebank of th 113th Highlanders bas also arrkei homo nn a short THIRD RACE Trot or Relay FiveEighths Half Mile Saddle One Miiii ThreeEighths Mllo Open Race DAILY FOOT it 220 Yard Dash 156 Yard Dash 100 Yard Dash fldlBE From Our Own Bailers From Our Own Oorresnomlentl Pinchor July phone message from Fernie on Saturday night last brought the sad news to Hector Bronson at Scboflelds ranch that his brother George had been burped In fire near The young men had rented Schofields ranch add after putting in the spring bad gone to nail whejeho an engine for Farmers fiber WekouU Hobbs Glens threelegged JKoen and AVohskle d Clarence High Clarence Dlckout 2 qrace Halt mile bicycle ears on married uiarrled Springs Iron Springs Picture Pony Arthur Rog r C Ball Turin Iron urin ivinning Tvltli a score 11 to At the close of game Presl cnl ot oard o Trade gave a short llowed by of sslstant wlio very ablo speech urged upon tbo a rraerB tli e ne ijessiy of organlzat hlchwas much appreclatefl by those ho At Ufe a hearty olo thanks was accorded the JeaTiera Supper was then served by ie ladles in aid of lie Red rc in the suinLof being anded to this fundAfter this fol owcd a ball between Iron priogs and Hatters Springs Inning a scora to Our thanks are to allVwlio so wlllirigassisted in making the day the Lumber In an eiv outfit out George others lost Abeir being orer taken by tbe Hector left on Sunday morning for the scene of the tragedy Jantl has taken the body east for preliminary trial a charge ot procuring for abortion of Hewitt both of the North was before Magistrate Christie at the court room on Thursday of ap pcafed for the and Harris ot conducted the Several witnesses were call ed by the all of whom were subjected to severe crossexam certain that there will not be an abi senteu from the Manitoba represents NominaUng coaventions are bo irss held In all parts of the west this While the convenilon will not get tlowh to actual business until Tuesday morn August It will open Informally on Monday evening ivUh a reception to the tour western provincial premiers at the Ttuyal Alex andra at vlifch all four will nmke spcethcs in adilitlou to n number of oilier leading Kumoratuati eastern poliiiciana may be present to attempt to take a hand In liou or to influence it in its delibera tions have received a positive quietus in the announcementthaitherewill Le no place for any butresldeul west ern delegates on the floor of the con and that no interference of any kind from outsiders will be brook ed Tor The the convention committee is to get the iull and tree expression ofopinion he imlepemlent electorate ot No one can tell what the convention ination by for the The young woman In the case camo in for a gruelling exam the defence was unable to shake her Adjournment for Pettibone vras asked for and was granted until vritb NEWS July jrctestant cliurch ot Masmasin now finished and rcaily Cor Tho feulltllne vlll bo dedicated 12tli and agood is Several goudspeak ers are expected to be present besides ol Services will be how all day commenc ng H 3 and hunch fill be served in church to visitors to matlo their stayingjor the afternoon Good singingwill be fur A very nice program will be given at the box social to be held in the 213 school house on 3rd in aid ot the church Picture July 18 certuinly wakingup tho children tho Battersea through th kindness ot fln school The Sunday school Is tlourUhin arlrl the organized Bible claaa Co ncfllon with the same Is certain OnB Iblng they have accor is lo provide tho oundft with a lino Service Is being conducted in tho school hou ovety Sunday avenlng at 8 oclock thoiKevr Ilke lo which everyone Is given a hearty On tne Spring UlA local 172 teld their annual picric at Picture Dutte which was leclareci grcal Tha winners In the sports vero as Olrls S lo 12 Lily Fisher Helen i Geoff Wyman Nc 12 to Helen McDonald Gerald Wymnnj Amlo nieten Mens 100 Whilaon 60 The Poor Potato has become the rich mans Whether at three dollars a or cents a are not a complete Two or three Shred ded Wheat Biscuits with milk furnish more bodybtoilding nutriment than a meal of potatoes or are much more easily digested and cost much less Shredded Wheat is 100 per whole noth ing added and nothing taken away gives mental vim and physical vigor for thi hot Delicious fo or any witl sliced sbernrt o other and milk iiwfein v GERMAN LOAN July lo e Berlin Vosslsche Zeltung suhscrlp seventh war loan vlll ho ceived at tho end of Spe al are being mado to umup rurnX Fur ugha being lactlitated for influ tlfil farrQers serving In the army in may A mpaign has already be in In the may decide upon In any matter that may come before will up to the convention There will be no strings on anyone and no influence will be permitted 11 the com mittee can prevent itr said n promi nent member of the committee At a meeting ot the eiecufiva of the Lethbridge branch of the Patriotic Fund last night the following were appointed delegates to the annual meeting of the Southern Alberta branch to be held in Calgary on Aug ust 2nd President Barrowman and President Jlorrow ot tho The main business of the meeting WHEN usrtlis IN TRAIN SMASH Quebec July In a train collision early notfar froin ono man is re ported killed a number in o Far more effective than Sticfcy Fly Clean to Sold by Druggists and Grocers The original and genuine treat ment for chronic diseases of women and nervous Send for 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