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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta fY, AUGUST 10, 1916 THE HEliALD PAGE FIVB ii (Spci'lal to tin- il Cranbrook, H. Aug. M. Irown. of Vanuouvor, grand muster or lie Indopondunt Order of Odd Fellows f British Columbia, paid local rdor an otlirial visit last, evening. Af- the regular biiKliioss session, u ban- ueL was tetulorud Mr. Brown, when bout ilt'ty mombers of Key City Lodge 'erlained their guest. i tetter -from tlie Mainland Tito ITn- Associution, iswurd at the tifliiest oi' Ihi! Cranhrook KotaJi JJer- bunts' Association, making recoin- lendations for improvements it! rical wiring Hystons was received :it a iceting of the (.own :ecom leiiilations cnntaitind in the rommuni- atlon were: 1, InsUal a standard fire Inrni telegraph 2. increase lie number of call men to sixteen; all all men to lie paid a fixed sum per H. Bring all electrical wiring p to standard to conform with Under- :ritersf electrical Code, and appoint a ompetent man as electrical inspector, nder whose supervision all wiring ,-iii be done, and give him authority, condemn all old wiring. The com-' imiication was received and filed. Miss Melva Curtwrlglit, of !-Mmon- DII. Imt formerly of this city, lias been t-cnptc'l as icaclicr for tbe Central diool and will commence her duties at lie beginning of the fall term. UliSH Daisy MeCallum. teacher of. the Central school, has tender- d her resignation, which was accept- d ijy ibe hoard with regret. The up- ointment of Miss Ethel McDonald, f Spunghtll. N. S.. was sanctioned by lie board to lislte tlie place of Miss IcCallum. The secretary was in- U'ueLed to advertise for applicants for lie position oi' manual training school istriK-tor to fill vacancy caused y ihu resignation of A. H. Webb. A Health-preserving delight The use Lifebuoy, Soap makes thu bath u mipremely soothing pleasure, as well as ii health-Insuring- delight. The cream of pure oils gives a velvety luther that is cleansing and healing. The very rnilu carbolic; solution means a perfectly healthy skin; The odor vanishes in a few seconds after use. ALL CHOCERa PHONE 1224 (From Ocr Own Uorres pond .'i; O Cardston. Aug. the sec- ond anniversary of the declaration of war by Britain was suitably celebrat- ed in "cardston by the Daughters of the Empire. In the evening, follow- ing an automobile parade, public speeches were, given in the taber- nacle by prominent fnen. .nayor Brown occupied ibe chair and called first on Mr. Barker, who spoke .of the. value of "doing." Mr. Woolf M. P.P., gave a patriotic address and Mr. Stev- inson spoke nn ibe need of co-opera- tion. Mrs. V. V. Christie regent of the I.O.D.K.. spoke in behalf of the sueiety and Mrs. Xina Card spoke for "the mothers." .Mr.. McMicliael and Mr. Jacobs also Rave littiiig speeches All present expressed'themselves well pleased with tlie meeting. Tuesday-last Chris- tie gave a reception to Mr. and Mrs. Ml north to Rapid City, then by way j 0 w pickup recently returned from f Rivers to Soiirts, passing through j m, bridal tour of the contlu- lie Alexander district. One member; eilt Ilouso was f the party tlie yield C0rated with red and white sweet be about half a crop and and a most onoyabie time was iferior grade. The rust is very j spentt piano and vocal solo's being evere but the high winds of last. ?iven by AIr_ [janner a vocal solo by ight anci today will help. A few far- (-lr pickup, accompanied by Mrs. lers were cutting but it will not be pjckup. Dainty refreshi nrnntlon, .Man., Aug. parly of S bankers and business men left. irandon on Wednesday and after a aur of about 100 miles returned feel- ig discouraged over crop prospects i the [trnndun district. They travel- eaeral for -about a week orUen bout 15 bushels of wheat to the acre the estimate of another member of he party. Oats and barley plendid, potatoes ;ire good. look. One icli 6f rain fell Wednesday night, nd there was a little damage from tremendous storm of lightning H, MclCenxie, who has been secre- ary of the Manitoba Grain Growers' EsociatioirsincG the Inception of that .announced lately that e had ;resigned I the position, and hat R. C .Renders, the president, cling secretary until his jiermanfiiit uccessor has been appointed. Mr. IcKenzie will hencet'orth devote his ,-hole time to the duties of the secre- aryship of the Canadian council of grimlturc, a Dominion wide organi- hments. with pineapple punch and senetl at the close of the. evening. The guests present neie Mi and Mrs C W. Pickup Mr and Mrs 3 Uplmes parents of the bride Mrs Young sis ter of the bride; :'Alr.. arid 'Mrs. VJ Christie sr Mr ind Mrs H, W( Stevinsori; Mrs. StackpooPand daugh; ter: Mis1; Hamilton Affss Thompson the Misses Sjkes Messrs Barker, Banner, McDonild Cairncro'ss AUnr head and .others. U. S. ARMY APPROPRIATION Washington, Aug. army ap propriation hill, carrying a total of is ready 'for Presi dent Wilson's signature. The house today adopted the conference report on the measure, previously adopted by the senate without roll call: of Lethbridge arc the priests' nf 'MH. i Kinnear and Air. George Smith, 80th avenue. Edmonton Journal. ..Mr. S. dray left yesterday for Banff to join Airs. Gray, who has been spending a few weeks .there. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hodgson and Master Jack Hodgson are expected home the end of the. week from .Ed- monton. Mrs. D. J. Whitney and Airs. W. E. Buciian, with her two little daugh- ters, Dorothy and Alarvle, left Tues- day to spend a month in the cast. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stanley of Uiean, Out., 'who have been spend- ing a few days with their niece, Mrs. E." A. Holbrbok, en route from the coast, 1m ve left for the east. The lawn social which St. Mary's W. A. had planned to hold tonight on Mrs. Mockford's lawn, has been post- poned, owing to the unfavorable wea- ther, until next week. The unfavorable weather has made it impossible for the Red Cross soc- iety to hold the "cake walk" tonight- j at the Hayracks, but it will take .place shortly on a date to be announced later. The Dominion Rehekah lodge' No: i will confer tlie Rebekah degree tonight at the regular meeting iu the Oddfellows' hall. All members are requested to attend. Visiting mem- bers cordially invited to attend. The members of the Eastern" Star_ arb planning to hold a picnic" next Tuesday afternoon, Aug. lath at Hen- derson park. This date is the'-fifth anniversary' of the organization of the order in the city.'" It 'is hoped every member will keep the1 afternoon free from other engagements, An engagement of interest adians is announced from London, that' of Lady Charles Mercei for merly Lady Violet Elliott, daughter of the late -Part of to. Captain the Hon. J. J. As Lor, 1st Life Guards son of Baron Astor, of Hever Castle, England. Lord Charles Mercer 'Nairne who was tli'e youngest son of :the- Marquis of Lansdowne, was killed "in" action early in the war Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Elliott of Ed- monton Alia., who have been on an" extended motor tour through thiv province, spent the week end with Mr, and .Airs. C..H. Hanly of this city, continuing their trif) Mon- day, expecting to arrive home the- end of the week. Despite the hot Weather the --Daugh- ters of the Empire have not relaxed their work and yesterday a case of- This 4-Ouiice Tin Hplds-a soluH" powdci foi making about 50 ctips of'a delicious hcscivigc thill taking Ilie place of lea and coHec in thousands ol "There's a 't Posluni, made of wheat roasted TOtFi a bit of wholcsonic molasses, is. a pure .food-dnnk, brimful of the goodness of the grain, and entue ly free from tlie troubles that often attend tea or coffee drinking. If tea or coffee don't agree, use POSTUM It comes in Iwo forms: The bHginnl Postum Cereal, T which has to be boiled; and Instant j made in Ibe Made right, both are delightful, and Hie eost per cup is aboul the same. Grocers everywhere sell POSTUM Canadian Posluni Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Onl. [ILK QALE SMS Miss (1. Ireland IB in Cardston, [UK u short visit with Miss Alice Ar.n-.j i r V Mr. and Mrs. R. Long, and daughter Ailcen, liuvo reiurnort from a 'month's visit sit Pacific coast cities. Miss Avails, of Hamilton, Out., ar- rived yesterday to spend Vionit; weuks with Mra. K. A. llolbrook. Mrs. J. Ward of Cardston vis spending a few days with Mrs..; -A. Arnold. The of the Empire be in charge of the Hudson's Uay tea rooms tomorrow afternoon. Mrs .1. Green, -Mrs. Meilhurst and Miss Orady, of Foremost, are .visit- ors in the city today. f Mrs. Smith and her daughter Mnrie! SATURDAY presents the most stupendous Silk Values. Do not hesitate. Come ioiour Store at 9 a.m. on Friday morning and get the richest choosing of handsome Silks at the prices quoted in this advt, which indeed exceptional. are Fancy French Crepes With floral designs on light or dark grounds. .Channelise Satins. 40 inches wide in slmdi? of Copenhagen, purple, cerise, carman, (M AA red and tan. Silk Sale, per yard..... Jap Silks HUH fS-i 211 to 27 inches. Pink, yellow, olive and bottle frrnen colors. Silk Kale Friday and i r Saturday, per yard 1000 yds. Natural Colored Shantung Silk ?A inches wide. Heavy quality. Silk .Sale, yard 0 0 C Tub Silks 27' inches wide in floral designs on white grounds. "24 inch colored Satins in all staple shades. 34 inch Silk Crepe in pink, sky. Cop- enhagen, helio and black. Plain and headed ninons pd Enlarged InVrrter trt awomodate our i lichasing number of patrons we'have enlarged onr quarters aiiid added A Modernly-Equipped Dining Room v TKeVBest and Cheapest Place'to Eat in the City Now t.HE WHITE LUNCH CAFE KftH STRMt ;