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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1917 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Many a Dainty Maid -with an atmosphere of cheery freshness, owes much of it to the generous use of- TALCUM 72 1 WEST 17,500 TONS Ottawa, Aug. 2.-While Mr. Mag-tath, fuel controllor, has hitherto been . flovoting special attention to the solution of the moro important Immediate problem, the fuol supply for eastern Canada, he is not neglecting the west. Mr. Magrath has been straining every effort to secure large shipments of coal by water to the head of the lakes to ineot the Manitoba needs. The mines in Alberta and British Columbia are now again operating and h wire has been received that in District 18, whore the mines are being operated under government control, the flaily production is now 17,500 tons and BO tonB of coke. This output is gradually increasing. In view of the forthcoming harvesting operations It Is realized that It is impossible to get more labor at the present llmo, but the fuel controller will later visit the west with a view to mobilizing labor Cor increased coal production. AMMONIA TANK EXPLODES; 6 HURT Hamilton, Ont, Aug. 3.-Shortly before 2 o'clock this afternoon, at the east end plant of the steel company of Canada, an ammonia tank set In a car of scrap iron exploded. Six are k badly hurt, one probably fatally. All \( woro foreigners. Several others were Bllghtly injured. MERRY MID-SEA CHORUS "The next time I take a cargo of locomotives across," said the skipper of u British merchantman in port here rocontly to a reporter for the Philadelphia Evening Ledger, "the bells will all bo Bllenced with wadding.' "On our Ia8t trip over wo left Philadelphia with (50 locomotives, all Bncnsed In huge wooden boxes, in tact and ready, to ho taken off the Bhip and placed Immediately on the track to start dragging ammunition trains to the front. 'Labor's scarcer In France than it is here, and they've no time to fit locomotives together there. "The Delaware was as smooth as a pond as wo made our way down to the bay, but the first wavelets that Btruck ub at the capes started something that made me want to tako a header off the bridge. Every one of the CO locomotive bells in the hold began to ring! And , they all kept ringing all day and all night all the way across the Atlantic." "POCKBTY" BATHING 8UIT Bathing suit with si do pockets and J�o two upper pockets, Is something "lecldedly new in boa'ch costumes, It a i made bf navy blue taffeta and seems * do good to wet. The k*t l� suggestive * t a crown. r MILADI mf Mr. J. II, Woods has returned from liOthbridgo.-Calgary Albortan. > *  Mr. and Mrs. J.'M. Henderson havo roturned from an, auto trip to Banff.. Miss Dixie Fair of Calgary is the guest of bur cousin, Miss Kate Spalding, 623 10th Street South.  *  Miss Ethel Aird of this city ts visiting Mrs. S. B. Lar.ccfleld, K.lbow Park, Calgnry, for a few days on her way to Unnff.    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mitchell and daughter Miss Flossie 'Mitchell of Bow Island, motored to Lothbrldge to spend a few days In that city.    Sergt. Charles C. KomBloy. formerly of the Btaff of .1. D. lllglnbotliam & Co., Limited, Is spending a few days hero with his parents, prior to leaving with tho A. M. C. overseas draft.    A very onjoyablo evonlng was spent at the h9ine of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lloyd, Magrath, when twenty-three guests sat down to a Patriotic supper. The drawing room and dining room were decorated with a profusion of flowers and presented a beautiful appearances, and this combined with tho efficiency of tho hostess, made tho evening a great success. The proceeds will go to make up boxes for the boys in the tranches. Mr. K. II. Ritchie left this morning for a two weeks trip to const cities.   * Miss Mary Flemmlng of Calgary, Is spending hor vacation in this city.  ��  * Mr. K, N. Hljrinliothani, Edmonton, 1b a business-visitor in tho, city for a few [lays. .    .Mrs. McCallum's section of tho Re-becaha will not meet for tho next two weeks.  *  Tho MIsros Underwood and Nlm-nions, of Lothbridgo, spent tho weekend with. Miss Snwye. -Vulcan Advocate. � �  A special meeting of the Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.Ii:., will bo held at tho Y.M.C.A. auditorium tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock. All members aro urgently requested to attend.    Mrs. Tanner of Mooso Jaw, who is tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. Waters, Strathcona Court, was the guest of honor at a delightful thimble tea given by Miss Susie Bawden yesterday afternoon. Thoro will be no mooting of the Nursing Mission board for the month of August. The collectors, howover, will call bb usual and aro asked to report to Mrs. McClure not later than Monday, August Gth. FINNS' NEW LAW Petrogrod, August 2.-(Delayed).- The provisional government has refused to acknowledge Finland's Independence law and has issued a manifesto dissolving the landtag and appointing a general' election of October 1, declaring that tho government when tho landtag meets will submit its own law regulating Russo-FinniBh relations. The fate of Finland can be decided only in aggreement with the Russian people, the manifesto declares. SENATE SUGGESTS MANUFACTURE OF WHOLE MEAL BREAD Committae Makes Some Other Recommendations About Food Ottawa, Aug. 2.-The manufacturing of whole meal broad in Canada during the war has been recommended by a committee of the senate, which has been investigating the subject and which roported yesterday to the upper chamber. The committee heard a number of important witnesses. Its recommendations were as follows: 1. That in the manufacture of flour, a larger proportion of the wheat borry be included than heretofore. 2. That the public be urged to substitute for wheat flour, whenever possible, flour obtained from rye: barley, maize, oats, rice, beans, etc. 3. That the feeding to cattle of the higher grades of wjipnt, suitable for the manufacture of flour, bo prohibited. 4. That a copy of the evidence given before the committee be transmitted to tho food controller with a strong recommendation that rules and regulations to insure that successful carrying out of tho above recommendations be immediately promulgated. A DISTINGUISHED SPORTS COAT Of fine Wthito open stitch wool yarn with pink in two shades and having white facings. ffJieSoda Biscuit Superb torTea*l Tk�7'r� fresh, crisp, appropriate always. Som-Mor Biscuit aire Bold plain or salted in STRIPED packages only. As another t�a dainty, try our VANILLA WAFERS i Oat them at your Grocer's NOm-WOT BISCUIT CO* UNITED Edmonton, Alt*. AfcndM at Vancouver, Calgary, Ragtna, -Saikatoon. ig TW0F0R0NESALE We have a store fall of Nyal Quality Goods ALL TWO FOR ONE The Frank Hedley Drug Co* SAT'DAY SHOPPING NEWS Many Interesting Economy Notes from the 'Bay' Store REMNANTS The balance of all remnants �' silks, dross goods, towel lugs, hues, embroideries, all to be cleared at a great "bargain. CURTAIN NETS In ivory .shade. 30 inches wide. Regular (�5c. Special, yard......................45c Remnants of Curtain Nets Scrims, cliintzs, cretciines. Ail to clear at HALF PRICE Double-Border Colored Voile .')(�in. wide, white and cream grounds. Regular -15c and 5c. To clear, yard. ... 25c 500 ONLY- Men's Negligee SHIRTS Plain colors. Also neat pin stripe -effects.-All sizes. Well worth $1.50. Saturday,, your choice EACH 99 SEE WINDOW Chautauqua Week Commences Thurs., Aug. 7th When in the City-"Get it at the Bay" Tomorrow, Sat., the Last Day of our Portrait Offer Beautiful Convex Portrait Value $3.50 No offer in Canada can compare with this. AH you have to do is bring in your photo and get one of these beautiful enlargnicnts. No orders accepted after Saturday. Act at once. , Specials for Saturday in Ladies' Ready-to-Wear LADIES' SILK AND CREPE DE CHENE WAISTS- i-> Very pretty styles and regularly J7.50. / m fA >To clear at'____........................ ................ TT�OU LADIES' ALL SILK UNDERSKIRTS In shades o� rose, Copenhagen, greens, black and navy, yl "TP Priced from.................................... 4*lv LADIES' VOILE WAISTS Beautiful trimmings. AH.sizes. Regular $2.75. �* qq Special ............ ..................................... 1�*J9 CHILDREN'S DRESSES Fine quality prints. Well made. Sizes 6 to 14. 7Q*� Price only, each .................. ........................ I �IC LADIES' TAFFETINE UNDERSKIRTS In colors of black, navy, brown and Copenhagen. -i qq All to clear............................................. JL*�f tf Saturday Savings in Boots and , Shoes PUMPS. Ladies fine kid, patent leather and gunmetal pumps. All this season's stock and styles with Louis, French or Cuban heels. Plain vamps or with long winged tip. These pumps are very dressy for street or best wear. Sizes to 4%. Regular to f6.00. Q 10 Sale ..............i.......................................... �I�*�F LADIES' BOOTS. Ladies' high cut black kid and patent with kid top boots, with Louis or walking heels, lace or button styles. Very i iq dressy. Sizes to 4% .Regular to $8.00. Sale .............. 4�l�f FANCY BOOTS. Ladies' high cut fancy street shoes with French or Louis heels in colors of chocolate, cholocate and black, grey and black, and white and black and plain black kid. Sizes to 4%. * qq Regular values to $12.00. Sale Price ....................... fl�5JJf MINERS' HOB NAILED BOOT8. Miner's hob nailed boots with heavy ro-inforced counter. These shoes are made to stand the hardest o qq wear. Sizes U to 11. Regular price |4.50. Sale SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS. Ladles' kid uud patent leather slippers and oxfords. Ail the latest styles for street wear. Regular to Q ^|q $7.00. Sale Price ......................................... 0�fl�f Grocery News of Quality and Special Prices for Saturday Pure Olive Oil. Special J Pint tin...........�........... 'Pure Olive Oil. Special ! Quart tin .................... �Package Corn Meal. Special t 2 for ......................... ''Fancy Sodaa, 2 lb. cartont. Special ........................ 'Royal Crown Soap. 5 bar* carton Special ....................... Crlsco, V/z lb. 8peclal � ... �i�n�� i. mmiijTiiomi eonwut'iesjft ' I � y. - 75 ;