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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUiSOAY. AUGUST 12. DAILY 1IK1UUJ PAGE ELEVEN PHONE til Bluffs, la. arc city.euroute! to tbo oil tauip south ot Cardatuu. v Mr. an-J Mrs. J.-JU. Island, are nephew, George MlU-liull. of Vmlcu, Man., who bi'.s ruceully returned from three- ana a half years active service over- seas. Tie. Mitchell will return short- to Winnipeg where he will Hike a course1 In electrical engineering. PERSONAL Mrs. Longworlh ami Illtlo son IXm- through tins' city yesler- day oiv, fholr, way 10 California. where they will tlie comlns winter. (Continued irotn i-'ront 1'age) INDUSTRIAL CONGRESS PARTY SOCIM were going to make littler imprcs slon on the delegates than l.ethbrldge had done. Mr. Ramsay lauded the work o( .Mayor llruwii of Medicine Hat, who I I.H.C. Official Full of Confidence v v v v v v v v v i lias-kins, vlt-e-prosMent of the Mrs II V.'' Mcci-h at a i International Harvester Co.. tpokt of, huo.t '.Mislitful -Uleli tV Saturday I Ihc appreciation of the iUst in honor ot Mrs. I.OMC of ronjrejs in bt-iug aski-J lo at.-nd. i tana, who Is the suost .of Mrs. couvcvc.1 lo Hie gathering .be ro- to- visll durhie day. will' be between and Auione these :.are the following: P. ilinton. ot the timid .Trunk Hallway. W gel! agent'of the Grand T'unl: I'acilic E. Rosvear. genera! Ire-sM ascnt .1 I THE, DISH THAT SATISFIES Foods iKat please ibe palate are not always tiourislting or satisfying. Shredded Wheat 'Biscuit wiihberries or otW fruits is 1 ously satisfying and noui'iskind TAe crisp tasty baked Tvfoeat lie mices: of jfmi inineir -natural flavor a disE for..ttli8 'Summer the appetite is 615537 and ithe Ready- choked, ready -to- eat; vuratlun for Cardslon. where she will he tlio guest of -Mrs. Sykes. Mrs. Alex ll.irron anil haby boy left j yesterday lor a visit ivllli her Mr. i-ml .Mrs. (Jrjnt of SlratforJ, Onl. CHURCHES AND SOCIETIES I The Mtsses Martha and Olga Van licrk have returned from Ca'fiary. where they have been siienilins their holidays. Mrs. Chas. McKillop relurne'J to-j tla'y from Sol to Deach, Edmonton, wlicre she has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. McCalg, tor the past few c- The Daughters and Maids oj Kng- i land will meet on Wednesday evening i at S oVlorn in Ihe Oddfellow, Hall. 1 A full attendance is requested. taiie a I'ltan of the Canadian fanner. C.P.R. Optimistic ViM-Presldeni toleman of tlie C.P. 11.. who is ri-preientluB ihe company mi the tour, exf.res.ed h ls auprem- Jas Clark, ufvsfdent ot the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis anil Omaha f. B' Billon, president Tool Manu- Conn. of- ticiklly ot the manufacturers or the WEDDINGC O AL. Trinity church. Ilardicyilk Miss GracI'Dawsoii left on Satiir- day to visit 'frifuds it. Calory. ld; Miss Mrs. Blelr.lver' wlip has been a sum mer guest i( the- home of _hcr son. Mr. o.'P. li'etcher. returned yesterday to her ho.mc in Port Hope, Out. Mary Amy Amelia 'Mitcltell ;cf. Ilar- 'llevllle. and Mr. qharles Mason Coults of the same place. The church was crowded to its utmost capacity with I friends of the. contracting parties. had given us In the west great natural I resources which it remains for us lo develop. We are all stockholders in the developing company, and the C.I'. It. perhaps the largest, la one. ot the ,most optimistic. The company does 'taliou in the west. He IpoXed lor the '.time when the district Irrigation the Urgent Need W. A. Buchanan. M.H.. said tiiat if one were Inclined to ba pessimisl'c he couldn't long remain so after hear- ing tho speeches of the vlsilius dele- gates. But we are not pessimistic. Mr ami'Mrs II Cutler of Coun- Thc uridc was most "ecomingly ,u Alberta arc not that Mr. youn i ;j anj away hw father. we are Up against a Tiie music was provided by Mra. problem we go over the lop. He Bvown and K. C, Cram, repre- senting the executive of the Hank ol UK Henri Lacdureltre. St. de 'B: Bridge and lion Works. J. A. Cunningham, president B. O. Refining Co. C. 0. Stillman, president Imperial 'tieo. W. Im- >riul Oil. Senator Robertson, minister ot O. B. I.evis, executive of Canadian dilk Products Co. D. C. Coleman, vice-prcsiuent C.P.li. Miss Emily I went on to tell of the needs of the ilntyre and Mr. Milnor. _....._.. __ Mitchell, sister of the bride, Miss jn tue way of tiopulation and Amy Kiuj. Mr. -Steven Milchell and 1 irrigation to make our agricultural ill- Mr. Anthony CouUs tided in the 'Ca- suble. It we get trrgalion. pacily ot allendants.; ImaiVliately we won't need to guarantee the i following the ceremony a reccplion jfoouds of railways, for Ihey would was held in the town hall, after which 'conit to get their share of the busi- j dancing Indulged in. .Mr. and j ness. So wonM other industries come Mrs. Coutls are taking "up residence jfor wlih growing markets the manu yitli party of executive oltlcials Parly of executive officials ot Cana dlan Northern .Railway. Morton Gregory, vice-president ol Gregory Tire and Rubber Co. Prof-'.n. C. Wallace, commissioner Northern Manitoba'. 'H. C. Bosworth. oil WASHINGTON', Aus- D. FEEDING THOUSANDS OF BUDAPEST CHILDREN PARIS. Aug. American re- lief administration beguu today the task.of teedlng children in Budapest as part of its "plan 'to give food to the children was announced here today. It was said Ihis did not involve a general relaxa- tion of the tood blockade against Hungary. i Vienna dispatch received at Ixm- Oarrelson, former head of Ihe Order aliiii WASHINGTON. Aug. that changes be made in govfrnmcnt wheat standard! under tie Price Guar- antee Act "so as not to penalize every grower of wheat." were made In a statement prepared ty .Chairman Oronna and representatives of farm organizations' and presented today to the senate agricultural committee. of Rnllway Conductors, iold the house Inter-slate commerce committee today that operating offleinls in charge of railroad were ai demonstrating that government own- Is djirlng government control cluaterl hy the one desire of ....___jtrating that government own NelT McKlnnon and wile, director ot i Cr3tlip was uoi best tor the country. Security Bank. Exactly the same operating force H G IVan. vice-president Mer- up a Ereat surplus before he.war created'this big bad I'ifta! the blockade against Hun- gary, but there has been no formal announcement ot this by the supreme council. SWISS PEOPLE WANT ELECTION HELD SOONER ROBIN HOOD FLOUR _- f: Mrs.; t he world renowned says': is fad: am afraid it has quite spoiled t. or any Tljt're's a coupon ba fo G on raud's Oriental hng made ui> of all southern Alberia- grown products.. The menu was a ilasteliilly -prepared affair showing of llio tlislrlct. It was turned i out by K. Smith. The ladies of FRY'S THE BEST FOOD AT THE LOWEST, COST f ihe llolary Club were in charge j the servico nnd provide'! for the wants i of the bannuctters in a manner that 'left nothlng-to be desired. After llio luncheon Uic party was I taken in auufs to visit the irrigated (district cast 01 snd nt Coal- dale. II. A. SusnjiU. was pallitmd.er for the parly, which will entrain after irtc run and Iravo lor Calgary, where 'llic theatre sessions of tho.congrcs oiicu Wednesday inorn'ng. ON SEDITION CHAROE i WINNIPEG, i Aug. Grant, John Farnell and.; A. W: Marlin were commilled {or trial in ;pblice 'court toda'y, on chargefi of Preliminary htarmj' for the three men -.vas Concluded 'Friday. They are alleged lo havr. been active In planning the silent pamde which precipitated the riots .of 12, r So Good! Long, TQASTIIS Best of corn flakes Milling Co., of Illino-5, N. S. Van Xant, James Smart Mfg. A C Way. representing First Na- tional Bank ol B. manager Canadian .National By. A. Urown, general superintend- B Mo'ir. Crown Woolen Mills, of Morcdlin, K.Y. G G.'Robson, Clarke ft Lo. V F-inkcnsladt and wife, manulac- turer, ot Bay City, Mich. C Murphy, general manager, L.I..II. A. Sanderson. represenlaUvo Hiram Walker Sons. 1 B' Walsh anil wile, manager Canadian- Maniiticlurers1 Association. O B secretary. Cana- dian', Manufacturing Ass'n., Winnipeg. j. 'E. Davics. American t oundry and Machine Co. KniDrson Caiey, Carey Salt Co., ot t' 'Render. liowmanvijle Foundry Co., of iiowmanville, Onl. Geo. 31. Dar.l, president Bnrco Mfg. Co.. of Chicago. Stupp, pre's'.rtent. Stupp Urlilgo and iron Co., of St.. lii'liis. F p Atkinson. (eprtsenlaLivc ot oucutlve of I Chal. Schlercn Co., of B Wells, iv'.fe snfl daughter, reprcsentnllve of the Chamber ot Coramtrcr, Philadelphia. H. His Majesty's Trade Commissioner. It. H. Campbell, head of Canadian Forestry 1'rot. .Joseph nf.ele. voy. gcolojlcal sur- Jn addition to the above mentioned onts a large number.0( manufacturers ot the1 'Halted Slates and Canada have declared Iheir intsnlion ot being on hand tor the congress, as a very larje delegation of railway olll clals, representatives of boards b comnierce .and j llVa neprescnlaUve Anthony charg cs .'Ciirlls Aeroplane (3 JOO Planes It, govern ment ior'jlod. The war was modem in trie to the end. Many of the representatives of the Allied Nations .used- Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens lo ;sign the Peace Treaty, Waterman's 'played their part throughout' tho entire war'and were strongly in evidence at the finish. No. 444, Heavily gold mounted Waterman's Ideal Fountain pen, similar to the one used by the Hon. David Uoyd George in signing the Peace Treaty. Sold ly At Best Dialers Everywhere. L. E. Waterman 179 SKJames St., Montreal 'NEW YORK, CHICAGO, :BOSTOS, SAN FRANCISCO, PARIS, LONDON.' ;