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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MILADI 'THK DAILY PAGE ELKVKN in Seel thai yow ''stomach, liver or blood is "out of order, renew taw health by Jin. .Robinson, of Toronto, is visit- ber sister. Mrs. II. 3 i-a Arthur Dun1.1" and her tiro i'jlt.A boyg hive sone to Vancouver summer. Uking as her guests y; Murrcll-Wrlght and three chil- ilrs J. Simpson and daughter VJa'rare leavine tonight lo visit with the mother, .Mrs. Thomas, ........_. Mrs. Mcilae, In Mlntie- iWls, for a few weeks. Mrs K. brJohnstone has returned Calgary, where she has been the ot her molhtr, Mrs. Hell. Mias Smith1 returned Tiies- :.iy from Kochester, New York, where ol her domestic science course. Smith will be at home with her par enls. Mr. and Mis. Smith, for tho aunmiar vacation. Mrs K W Nicholsuu. of Toronto, widow 0' Ihe late V. W. Nicholson, formeily manager ol tbe Union here and her bvother-in-law. Mr. J. A Nicholson, of Toronto, were in Ih'o city on Wednesday and went oa 10 Calgary. While here Mrs. son was at the Dallas hotel. Kric U. lAlo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn l.yle. ot Lctbbrluse, formerly o, Jleniclno Hat, has returned from over Eons hiring been attached to I hi R N W M P. cavalry in Siberia. Victoria Mrs. Davis will remain all the tout tor the summer weeks. W. V. Mi'Mlllen ami Miss Ha eell lelt lliis afternoon lor Calgary where they will attend' the summer school. Urs James Klddes received a wire yesterday (roin her son. 1'le. and wile stating they eipect to arrive in Uthbridge the end ot tho week. A bundle, containing socks from.the Sir Ualt Chanter. l.O.U.k.. was received last winter at .Vladivon- toV bv Tpr. who distributed them 'to tho Uthbrldee boys Cor which they wish 10 thank the ladles most heartily. The bundle arrived at a must opportune time, ar.d thu and thoughts of the chapter Halifax Re-Elcclcd I'resi- dent Hy Dace To Keprescr.t Alberta Man. j Maeeii, ol Cleveland, Ohio. In recognition of, Ills erlal navigation, Capt. McUll -omxsl n bomb onnu.tnlns a compli- en arv ,-cmbership in the Calgary Club At Mr. P. door in Calgary. Pl5est of all Fly Killers lOc per Packet at all Druggists, Grocers and GencrarSJores in lie'city on business for "oca Cola Co. Mrs Win. Crowe and daughter, ol iifo the guests o[ Gregorv.-n'M Slh St. B., and will re- main for Ihc remainder of the lierald. DC leave Ihe hospital In about ANNOUNCEMENTS Remttins 11. N. W. M. I'- Officer and Soldier Laltl To Rest j July more im "miliiary has ever en.' witnessed in Winnipeg than, the late Major General.Sir b U Steele. K.C.M.O, C..B., M.V.O.. Mternoou. represenu.ivea of the dominion, the province, the cily and 'numerous puMic oriir.izauons. Joined Kllh the military in paying so emnTributeJo the warrior whose death has .been mourned on three cotn.n- 'opened a! All-Saints Mr .mid Mrs. H. Bentley announce Ihe approichlriK marriage of. their daughter Dorotby to Mr. Sidney Uobson. fonacrly ot Newcastle-on. Tynt, Engltfnil. The ceremony take place in St. AugusUn's church, on Wednesday, July IClh. at 2.30 p.m. At iU conclns.on: tho casket was carried by tho nail- bearers between two.lme, ol tfceJlr-" 'Grs tut" ecu v. ine narty slandhis at alteullon with arms the pin carnaBe. Six'wcmbebVf the Uoyal North- west Mounted Police acted-as pall- six honorary H. I) B. Ket- Airs. u. J. Has' is tho guest o! M D. A. Simpson for a tew ilays bcl Steele, two daughters, and Captain. Harold Steele. followed the pall bear- the the cemetery the fir- again' urcsented arms while 't ket was carried through. Dur- erinenl the doom of guns came Sduad ot the :3ath field C. F. Thirteen shells werfi nrcd, at one minute Three roundsi.jero discharged over.the grave by he-l.r- inr liar and then came Last I irom the h iglersr: VAXCOVVER. B. C.. July election of officers waf tbe liret busi- ness ot importance lo be t.'ansacteo Withdrawal of other candid- made the re-electiuu of 1- Pumey, of llalllai. unanluscus, but, there were lively contests lor the Krst i and second vice-presidents. The as completed, with exception of two members ot the eiecu- live, stands as lollops: P- I'u.-uey. llalitai. Kirst Vice-1'rM.-ll. B Maxwell, [WHeZ1'vice.PreSldent-S. TaUonl. Toronto. Dominion Executive-British Lo.nm- bia- C E. Doherty. New T. Dace. Edreoniou. Kaskat- l-ieivan: H. Bamlord. Moosf Jaw. Maniloba: (i. W. Andrews. M. P., in- nipef. Ontario: K. D. Ponton. Belle- ville Nova Scotia: D. Tait, Hali- Cai. Prince Kdward Island: D. h. Palmer Charlotte town. Mr Maxwell was declared elected bv ail nverv.'helming majority on Ihe first ballot, five ol the original eight Candidates having withdrawn before the ballot was spread, leaving as his opponents only Ccmrdea A. V-tc-euzie Forbes and IM, Calder both of Mon trea! The popularity ot Hie conven lion's choice was attested oy tlie whole body of delegates rising to their him musica honor and giving three rousing cheer in a most unroarious fashion. The delegates will Do. hT.U-italnc al Victoria .tomorrow by the liculcn ant-governor of British Columbia an the Victoria branch. A special boa wlil leave hore for the at S.J tomorrow morning arid begin Ue r turn journey at 5.30 ii.ru >'8EE RUNNING Table Salt X Unaffected by damp or moisture. Never cakes. A Ahvays runs freely. J s In CaoaJ-j tbi Salt Co., Limited AND ON A HOT DAY. TOO! uudMrteo questions wl.ldi had arisen prior the "f peace. There no intention of continuing ihc iiovvers ot the commissioner or the after (ills wuik bad been cleaned iucs Bureau asked why Ihc. lion LIMA. Peru. July revo- luticn broke oui here at o'clock ihis morning. Presl- Bureau asked why ,.enl I'snJo and tbe mcmibers was appointed and of his cabinet were Impnsoneo. hose j f. f. fl- feir Thomas replied that hi- Had] een appolr'ed by the government to nsure a supply of newsprint to the ancrs at a fair price during the a'r The appointment bail been on epresenlalion ol certain Canadian ewspapers ihat they might nave ewspapcrs uiai uspend publication if tho high cost t continued. During tho war. he said, the press ion. DEPALMA AND WILCOX IN HATCHED RACE NF.YV YOnix, July 100-niilYhite Tells What Press Did in War OTTAWA July hoiise went into committee this inonitr.R mi a resolution which provides tor the ex tension of the powers and jurisdle lion ol the commissioner, icr ol paper after'lhc declaration o peace. If also provides tor sn eslen sion of the authority of the pater con trol tribunal. Sir Thomas Wliitc explaraea Ilia llio obiecl ol Ihc resolution was to on able the commissioner pape control tribunal to complete all mat Refreshments For North Lcthbridge People Ice .-Steam Dishes, Cool Drinks, nicely served. A cool place lo cool oft iu ihc 3flenlMns or ey.eu-, in8S' Real Home' Made- .f Bread, Cakes anci Pastry delivered. 'To have ours oVce is to want them ivani uiem -1 NORTH LETHBRIDGE BAKERY OTOTFT 1307. Everyone is LONDON, July commcas today, replying to a question by Col. Wcdgowood, LongT first lord ot Ihe admiralty slated that Ihe British naval construction pro gram would not be modified owing lo gram wou no e the Sinking of Ihe German ships: Hd noinled out that the program alread) had been reduced .very prior lo the sinking. The nosalbllli Ihe sinking ot the German fleet h id not been takeu.into consideration Iri drawing" up tho program ot cons.rijtj. lion but consideration had been taken of the fact that there was no chonc of the German fleet being restored t Germany and Ihcretore it ought nol, t ho calculated as a possible eneim bu as a possible addition to (he Heels-o the allies. FOREST FIRES NO WORSE COBALT, Onl., Imports ic M'.veil here llils arc to tb eileci that the bush fires except I lioston Creek (ilstrlcl ind o C 0[ llatlcybviry. cite no -or" The is sllll dear the wind time. Mewburn announced in the house this mornit-B that Irom, the armistice up to the end 6f men lia.d been _. Tnere were still.in at a close cstimnle. 4.565, included in which were 5.S6J hospital cases. That number of wonUl have been re- duced bv at least nnptlic-r had it not been tor shipping strikes which took place on-the nther side. The were now over and UJSbfiorlatlon was proceeding rapidly lUnaa etpccteil that .demobiliMtlon 11 In August. Mr McKenzle retcrrea to Press re ports of an apparent-deadlock btweei the labor department anil the 'stree car men on strike in Ottawa. He ass od it It was correct that the delibera- tions ot the board ot-concilialion-had been siispcndeti. Sir, "While tn board of conciliation was carrying on ,t, mitigations tho men went on slnlo Tho minisler 61 labor reached the'cbndusion that lo proceed mil be consistent with he line respect ffir the law ot this onntrj He therefore directed the Sard lo delay any, further Invesliga 6ris unlil the men-had nrst reported os u or duly and obeyed the law. B Lapoinle if any atlion would be taken on ;thc report of th ndiistrlai 'commission. bir Robert Boriien: "An announce men! will be made ;in due course an within a very sftoit time." A i YANK WON 800 METER EVENT PI RSHINO. STADIUM. July 4. Maso-i, of New YorK, today won the SCO metre run fnal In the intcr-allid! games Earl Eby of Chicago, was leeond am! l'hllHdelphla_, was third Time one minute 55 2-3 "Wsger" Hvans of fslralia was awarded the-dedslon today over Maria iKoreall of 'Italy In 'the final match of the banlamweisht boxing I: When CREAM: ;always pure and cleliaous. Made by CRYSTAL DAIRY, lw 4 ffl Phone 1576 RED SEAL BUT-A-PATS _ FLIGHT ABANDONED li OKACB, S'lld, enso fog. following a heavy rain dur- the niBht. caused Vice-Admiral Murk Kcrr.lo announce at 7 a.m. twlay Ihat Ihc' start ot the llatirtley-l'age night u. New been position- "l until weather cleared, whlrh proh'tily would ho some lime..thls of- lcrn6on. _ _ BRITISHER BEAT W1THINGTON IIFNI.EV. .InlV .of the British cltfeat- Major Paul A o- V.' Hie KhigsurpoJ sculls in ho nlW llf lengths, f Tti" limo s V mliuilM, 16, seconds. DfreetFrtimihtiFarrn for Choice Beef, Lamb atidYeal Try a Roast Sunday Dinner FRKH SPARE Rli, TOPERS OF COOKED MEATS FRESH EGGS, DILL PlCKtES SMOKED HAMS AND BACON FRESH AND SMOKED FISH Delany'sMeat Co. THE HOME OF HIGH CLASS MEATS 4 Phones Store 452 ;