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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Sa^- i- You may want to change your automobile, or your piano, or even your home-but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase & Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. Id H, I and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground-pulverized-also line ground lor Percolators. Never sold In bulk. 182 Fall Opening DAY SCHOOL-Tuesday, September 4th. NIGHT SCHOOL-Thursday, September fith. ALL COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS TAUGHT. Thanks! The past year hat been a prosperous one with us and we with to thank the people of Lethbridge and vicinity who have accorded ut their patronage. We are pleated to report that we have found ready employment for all of our graduates, in fact many left to accept positions before graduating. We anticipate a good attendance during the coming term. Are you planning to be one of our successful students? FOR INFORMATION. tefie Emblem Sfticient School WR,TE OR CALL GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Phone 1315. 411 8th St. S. Lethbridge. Residence Phone 1531. RED CROSS REPORT / July 4 to 25, 1917. Owing to the fact that many Red Cross workers are away at the present time, will not those who are in the city please make a special effort to sew in the Red Cross rooms at least one afternoon each week? The daily attendance record shows a very decided decrease in attendance, and the number of articles made in the rooms during July is only one-half of the amount of work done the previous month. With every woman in town working this month, this deficit could easiiy be met. Let each one realize her responsibility in this very serious matter. The report of work done from July 4 to July 25 is as follows: St. Augustine's-1 day shirt, 1 pair pyjamas, 2 pyjania coats, 7 sheets, C towels, 12 binders. 10 slings, pairs surgical stockings. Thistle Sewing Circle-10 pyjamas, 6 day shirts, 33 plain slings, r> khaki slings, 15 pillow cases, 12 huck towels, 12 bath towels. Women's Auxiliary, B. of L.F. and E.-3 pyjamas. 2S plain slings, 24 pillow slips, 6 abdominal binders, 24 huck towels, 3 private property bags. G. I. A. to B. of L. E.-24 plain slings. 7 khaki slings, 12 pillow slips, IS abdominal binders, 49 huck towels, 3 private property hags. Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E. -4 pyjamas, 10 plain slings, 14 pillow slips, 6 sheets, 6 abdominal binders, G huck towels. Women of Latter Day Saints-5 pyjamas, 7 day shirts, 6 khaki slings, 12 pillow slips, 2! huck towels, 12 bath towels. St. Mary's W.A.-5 pyjamas, IS plain slings, 2 khaki slings, 3 abdom- inal binders, 6 huck towels. C..F. Club-1 pyjamas, 18 plain slings, 18 pillow slips, 6 shcetn. 24 Iwok towels. St. Cyprian's-3 pyjamas, 1 pyjaina coat, 2 sheets, 12 slings, 25 pillow cases, 24 towels. St. Patrick's-1 pyjamat. 8 towels. Teachers-1 pyjamas, 2 pyjama trousers, 4 pillowslips, 13 towels. Central W.C.T.U.-12 sheets* IT. pillow slips, 6 towels. 3 binders. Knox-1 day shirt. 7 pyjamas, 1 pyjaina trousers, I sheets, �2 towels, 2 binders. 2 slings. Christian Church-2 sheets. 6 towels. 4 binders. 14 sllnns, 3 kit bags. Women's Club-1 pyjamns. 1 py-jama coat, 3 towols, 11 slings, 4 khaki slings. Wesley-1 pyjamas, 1 sheet, 2 pillow slips, 20 towels. Win One Class-5 pillow slips. 20 towels. Hardievillo-2 pyjamas. 1 day shirt, 12 plain slings, 6 pillow slips, 12 huck towels. Commerce, per Mrs. .letters-10 py-jnmas. 4 day shirts. 21 plnin slings, ti khaki slings, ti pillow slips. 3 aprons, ti abdominal binders. 1 pair surglcnl stockings, 2 pairs surgical bed socks. Commerce, .Mrs. Harper-6 pyjamas, 2 day shirts, C plain slings, 12 pillow slips, 2 aprons, 6 huck towels. Crystal Lake, Sorosls Society-o pyjamas. 3 plain slings. 3 khaki slings, t! aprons, !' abdominal binders, 3 comfort bags. Foremost - 12 pyjamas, 10 day shirts, 2t plain slings, 4 khaki slings, 12 huck towels, 12 bath towels, 12 private property bags, 3 pairs surgical stockings, 6 housewives. St. Kilda-ti pyjamas, 1 pyjama trousers, 4 day sirirts, !' plain slings, ft khaki slings, 2 aprons, 6 abdominal binders, 1 pair surgical stockings, 1 pair surgical bed socks. Manyberrlcs-4 pyjamas. 4 day shirts. 12 plain slings, 2 aprons, 6 abdominal binders. Mrs. Tudor, New Dayton-1 pyjamas. 1 pyjama coat, t> plain slings, ti pillow slips, 6 huck towels. Pakowkl-0. pyjamas, 3 day shirts, 12 plain slings. 2 aprons, 12 huck towels, 4 pairs surgical bed socks. ' Warner-6 pyjamas, 4 day shirts, 12 plain slings, 12 khaki slings, 12 abdominal binders, 0 housewives. Mrs. Attwood. 3 pyjamas, 2 day shirts. 6 plain slings, 12 pillow slips, 6 abdominal binders, t> huck towels, 6 bath towels, ti pairs surgical stockings. Mrs. Boulton, 12 pillow slips, 2 aprons, 0 huck towels. Mrs. Clements. 2 pyjamas, 12 plain slings, 6 pillow slips. 3 abdominal binders, 17 huck towels. Miss Tllley, 6 pairs pyjamas. Mrs. Dunk, IS clay shirts. Mrs. H. McBeth, 8 pairs pyjamas. Mrs. Paterson, 2 pairs pyjamas, 6 pillow slips, S abdominal binders. Mrs. Wardman. � plain slings, IS pillow slips, 6 sheets, 6 abdominal binders, 12 huck towels, ti bath towels. Mrs. Washbrook, 20 pairs pyjamas, 7 day shirts, IS plain slings, IS pillow slips. 6 sheets, 2 aprons, 18 huck towels, 6 bath towels. Mrs. Wilcox. !> pairs pyjamas. Mrs. Bartlett, 1 pairs surgical stockings. 1 pair bed socks. Mrs. Blackbourne, 8 3uits pyjamas. .Mrs. Cascadden, 4 suits py- FFERS AN Ottawa, Aug. 14.-The debate on the second reading of Sir Thomas White's hill which provides for the acquiring by the government of the sixty millions ot the capital stock of the. C.N. H. not nt present In the possession of the government, was commenced In tho commons this afternoon. Sir Thomas. In moving the second reading, confined his remarks to reply to criticisms offered by opposition members when the resolution upon which the bill was bnsed was discussed In the commons, Sir Thomas dealt moro particularly with the criticisms that the stock of the company is of no value, and that it should not be submitted to arbitration, for the purpose of establishing Its worth, he said that the Drayton-Acworth report had overlooked certain assets of the Canadian Northern railway lands and deferred payments on lands, etc. Tho minister of finance made the interesting announcement that the representative of the Dominion government on the board of arbitration to be named to ascertain the value of the C.N.R. stock will be Sir William Meredith. An alternative policy was suggested by Hon. George l\ Graham, the chief railway critic of tho opposition who. in closing a speech of soma length, moved an amendment, declaring it to be desirable that parliament should take over the C.N.R. for tho benefit of the people of Canada, and that the capital stock of the Canadian Northern railway should be considered as possessing no value, and that nothing should be paid therefore. Mr. Graham's reasons as set forth in his somewhat lengthy amendment, were that, as parliament in 1914 was induced to guarantee the securities of tho C.N.R. for $45,000,000 on the representation that the amount would complete the railway, and as the legislation of that year provided that in the event of default the government mortgage could be foreclosed, the government should take steps under that legislation to secure possession of the railway for the Dominion of Canada. �- f . ---- , , jamas. Mrs. Cowgill, 20 abdominal bindery, 12 pillow slips, IS slings. .Mrs. Cameron, 3 pyjamas. Mrs. Edmonds, 2 pyjamas. Mrs. Goodman, 3 day shirts. Mrs. Glasser, 4 pyjamas. Mrs. Grant, 12 towBls. Mrs. Harrison 12 pillow slips, 12 slings. Mrs. G. H. Harman, 48 towels. Mrs. Holber-ton, 2 pyjamas. Mrs. Helm, 12 towels. Mrs. A. Ives, 3 pyjamas.. J. Johnson, 24 towels. 12 abdominal binders, 12 pillow slips, 12 slings. Miss JM. Johnson, 75 towels, 13 pyjamas, 48 "slings, 34 pillow slips. Mrs. Roy Little, 2 pyjamas. Mrs. Ludgate, 5 nurses' aprons, 2 pairs surgical stockings, 12 pillow slips. Mrs. W. XV. Mc- Donald.. 3t� slings. Mrs. Maxwell, 6 I pillow ftllpd. Mrs. Menzlo, 4 nurses' I aprons. Mrs. J. A. Pearson, 6 clay I shirts. Mrs. Reed, 18 pillow slips. 1 Mm. Rivers, 1 nurses' apron. Mrs. Spauldlng. 36 pillow slips, 10 towels, 10, abdominal binders. Mrs. Summer, 17 pillow slips. Mrs. Haggarty, 4 pillow allps. Mrs. Stcakley, 9 suits py-Jntn��. Mrs. Tennont, 24 pillow slips. Mrs. Winters, 44 towels, !> slings. Mrs. Jos. Young, 4 pyjamas. Unnamed parcels, 3 suits pyjamas, 2 day shirts. Socke Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.R., 7 pairs: Mrs. D. A. Simpson, 3 pairs; Mrs. 11. Boyd, 1 pair; Sorosls society, Crystnl Lake, 1 pair; Mrs. .letters. Commerce, 10 pnlrs; Mrs. J. Jones, 1 pair; Mrs. Golloway, 3 pairs; Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E., 21 pairs donated; Mrs. W. McClure, L pairs; Mrs. N. W. Tige, Stirling. 5 pairs; Mrs. W. N. Jones, 2 pairs; Et. Augustino's W.A., 1 pair; no na-no. 3 pairs; Mrs. lloenmn, 1 pair; M's. T Patching, 2 pairs; Mrs. .las. Horn, 14 pairs; Mrs. McKay's knitting clans, 15 pairs; Mrs. Roy, 2 pairs; Mrs. Komi 1 pair; Mrs. J. M. Henderson, 3 p.iirs; Mrs. Frances, 1 pair: Mrs. Boulton, 1 pair; Mrs. D. A. Simpson, Mrs. Williamson, I pair; Mrs. John Horn, 4 pairs; Mrs. Downer, 1 pair: St. Kilda, 3 pairs; Mrs. C. E. Cameron, Miss Young, 1 pair; Mrs. .las. Horn, alteration, 4 pnlrs; Mrs. Wilson. 3 pairs: Mrs. Gibson, 2 pairs: Mrs. A. Duvlcs, 1 pair; Mrs. Lewellyn. 3 pairs. Bandages St. Patrick's Ladies' Aid, BG T re-fixed 20 T, 10 M.T.; Teachers, 19 T, 26 M.T.: First Baptist church, 11 T, 4 M.T.; Wesley Ladies' Aid, SI T, 30 M.T.; at. Augustine's. 7 T, 2 M.T.: Knox church, 7 T, 2 M.T.; St. Cyprian's, 22 T, 19 M.T.; C..I.A. society, j 54 T, 3 M.T.; Eastern Star, 11 T; Children of Mary, 2 M.T.; Sorosls society, 38 T; Central W.C.T.U., 10 T, 3 M.T.; Mrs. Washbrook, 1 M.T.; Mrs. Johnston, 30 T, ti M.T.; Commerce, 12 T, ti M.T.; Hardiovillo, 35 T, 12 M.T.; no name attached, 12 T; White school, 23 T, 5 M.T.; Win One class, 1 T; Miss Lillio, 12 T, ti M.T.; St. Andrew's, 17 T; St. Mary's, 9 T 1 M.T.; Mrs. Knowlden. G M.T.; Mrs. Stitt, 5 T, 15 M.T.; Miss McLcay, 12 T; Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. P. Shaw, 52 T; Mrs. Cull. 3 M.T.; Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E., 15 T, 16 M.T.; Mrs. J. Gilmore, 6 T; Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I.O.D.E., 35 T; Miss Bedford, New Dayton, 7T, 4 M.T.; Mrs. W. P. Roy and friends, 3 M.T.;"Mrs. Armstrong, 24 T; Mrs. Murdock, 51 T: Mrs. Boulton, 2 M.T.; G. F. club", 7 T, 4 M.T.; Mrs. J. Virtue and Mrs. Barn-slev, 3C T; Miss Helena Bissett, 5 M.T. Cutting Report Mrs. McGuire and her committee, consisting of Miss Stoltze, Mrs. liar-man, Miss Cascadden, Miss Brown. Miss Neilson and Mrs. Kellogg have cut 1,051 pillow slips, 1,032 towels and 316 sheets: Mrs. McGuire also cut 28 khaki slings; Mrs. Hessey 20 pairs surgical stockings and 8 pairs bedsoclcs: Mrs. Fairly, 29 nurses' i aprons; Mrs. Manson, 15 private pro- I perty bags. I Cutting committee reports the fol- TUESDAY, AUGUST II, 1917 Until a little while ago she thought them unavoidable. If you have corns don't blame yourself too much. Many an old person has had them fifty years. YET they have done what you do- pared them and used old-time, useless treatments. But what folly it is when nowadays about half the world keeps free. The chemist who invented Blue-jay made corns, forever needless. Last year some 17 million corns were ended in this simple, easy way. , Just try one corn. Apply a Blue-jay plaster in a jiffy. Then forget it. It will never pain again. In two days take the plaster off. The corn will disappear. Only onecorn in ten needs another 1 application. You will laugh at the old ways when you try Blue-jay. You will wonder why people ever let corns hurt. Please start tonight. You have suf-' fercd long enough. [ BAUER& BLACK Limited Toronto, Canada | Maker* of Surgical Draftings, ate. Blue = jay Stop* Pain-Ends Corns lnitantlr Quickly For sale by all ||| Drucfi.ta Ak*BlaH>rBaeiea rUitnt lowing articles cut: Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Galvin, 49 shirts; Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Whiddlngton, 12 shirts; Mrs. Miner and Mrs. Ferguson, 15 shirts; Mrs. Terrill and Mrs. Bawtlen, 81 shirts; Mrs. J. IT. Lee. 8C shirts; Mrs. Stover and Mrs. Pugh, 52 suitB pyjamas: Mrs. Urquhart and Mrs. Nelson, 45 suits pyjamas; .Mrs. Law and Mrs. Carlyle, 23 shirts. The pressing committee reports l,i;S5 articles pressed during the month of July, Mrs. C. E. Prosser, convenor. Miss Stoltze reports the following number ot Saturdays each of the following cadets delivered parcels:: Sidney Jenks 2, Harry Sinclair 2, George Johnson 4, Allan Mackay 2, Cooper Harrison 2, Douglas Robinson 4, Norman Paterson 1, James Mosey 3. *?* - !* : : * { TEUTON CAPTURE Petrograd, Aug. 15. - The height west of the Rumanian town of Ocna, in southwestern Moldavia, has been occupied by Teutonic forces, the war ollice announces. : : > > * > *> > > > COOK BOOK IN ERROR "It "seems to me, my dear, remarked the young husband, "that there is something wrong with this cake." That shows what you know about it," laughed the bride triumphantly, "because it says in tho cookery hook that it is perfectly delicious."-The Windsor Magazine. BUCKING CONTEST Riders use their own horses Purse $125 BASEBALL TOURNAMENT Purse $200. No entrance fee While in Cardston stop at THE HOTEL SPENCER EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY. FIRST CLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION. � OUR MOTTO-PROMPT ATTENTION; POPULAR PRICES. ! A. J. STODDARD, PROP. While at the Fair visit DUCE BROS.' TOGGERY PEALER8 IN BOOT8, SHOES, CLOTHES AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS. I EXCLU8IVE AGENCY FOR HART AND BELL SHOES. For Car Accessories see Dealers in Ford Cars and Farm Machinery of all kinds. Prompt attention given to all. Cairncross & Sons Dealers in John Deere, Tudhope-Aiidersoii and Emnierson Machinery. Case Threshing Machines. Dodge Bros. Motor Cars. PARIKTftN FAIR The Bouser Carnival Co. ^^XjLJlVJLr A V/ll K a\Km\ llll Including Wild Animal Shows, Midway, August 20-21,1917 SPORTS PROGRAMME First Day Bucking (Bucking will be staged between sach event). 1st. 2nd. 2.18 Tro* or Pace, beet 2 In 3................................. $100.00 $25.00 3� Mile Running Race (open) ...................... ......... 35.00 16.00 2.24 Trot or Pace, beat 2 In 3................................. 100.00 25.00 Half Mile Running Race (open) .............................. 50.00 25.00 Second heat 2.18 Trot or Pace. Half Mile Running Race for 3 year olds....................... 15.00 10.00 Second Heat 2.24 Trot or Pace. 1 MUe Running Race (Open) ................................. 100.00 25.00 Half Mile Indian Race (No Extrance Fee)...... .............. 10.00 5.00 OXLEY & LOW Cardston Investment Co. OFFICE CAHOON BLOCK. DO YOU WANT LAND? SEE US FOR Guaranteed Values and Square Deals. Agents for R. R-, Hudson's Bay and Corporation Lands. Leading Insurance, Land and Loan Agency, PHONE 02. 8EE US FIR8T. Andy Heppler WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST BARGAINS IN RANCH PROPERTY. V!W M. HEPPLER, CARDSTON, ALTA. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Second Day Bucking (Bucking Will Be 8taged Between Each Event.) 1st. 2nd. 2.18 Trot or Pace, best 2 in 3................................. $100.00 $25.00 Half Mile Esy's Pony Race................................... 16-�� 10-00 2.24 Trot or Pace (best 2 in 3) ............................... 100.00 25.00 Half Mile Running Race (Open) .............................. 50.00 25.00 8econd Heat 2.18 Trot or Pace. I Stake Race.................................................  '0,00 5.00 Second Heat 2.24 Trot or Pace. i Mile Running Race (Open) .................................. 100.00 25.00 Indian Race, Half Mile. (No Entrance Fee).........'............ 1000 B-00 Entrance fee '0 par cent, of prize money. Three to enter, two to start. Entries must bs mads to Secretary before 1 p.m. on day of races. Write or phone Secretary for reservations. SPECIAL RATE* ON C. P. R. Entries to Baseball Tournament close Monday, August 13th, 1917. C. B. CHEESEMAN, Chairman. 8. M. PRATT, Secretary. Including Wild Animal Shows, Midway, Merry-Go-Round, Ferris Wheel, and other attractions will be in attendance Cahoon Bros. Ltd. THE PEOPLE'S STOKE. FAIR PRICES. FAIR TREATMENT. Cardston and Glenwood The Cardston Implement Co. Ltd. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S LARGEST HARDWARE STORES. WHILE ATTENDING THE FAIR STOP AT The Cahoon Hotel Courteous Treatment. Good Rooms. Popular Prices. AUTO LIVERY IN CONNECTION. O. S. BROWN, PROP. The Old Chief Cafe FOR GOOD EATS PURITY, CLEANLINESS AND SERVICE. WE AIM TO PLEA8E. C. L. HEPPLER, PROP. 2 ;