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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEIMM) SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1917 The three words that tell the whole ^lory of a perfedt cup of coffee, from plantation to breakfast table- "Seal Brand" Coffee. In Jz, 1 ami 2 pound tins. Whol flnecroumt for Percolators. CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL. -ground-rulvcrizcd-also Never sold in bulk. l; Aldersyde, 7.,r>0 a.m.; .Mazeppa, S.0,"i a.m.; Ulsekie, S.lS a.m.; Hrant. S.-10 a.m.; Knslgn S..ri7 a.m.; Vulcan, P.l'J a.m.; Klrcaldy a.m.; Champion. O.-ia a.m.; Car-manpay. IP.00 a.m.; Parous, 10."."> a. :n.; Xobleford. a.m.; Kipp 11.20 a.m.; arrive Experimental Farm 11.10 a.m.; leave Kxperimontal Kami 17.15; arrive Calvary, CLM.t. July 20th, from Manyberrios. Leave Manyberrlcs fl.".\ a.m.; Orion, K.fia a.m.: i' 7.17. n.m.; EtziUoni, 7.;'.."i; Nemiscaiu, T.r.n a.m.; Foremost. 8.15 a.m.; Legend, S..'!f> a.m.: Skiff. S.r.r. a.m.; Conrad. O.IS a.m.; U'lviitliam. fl-.l'i a.m.; Jwlson, 0.55 a. m.; Stirling. 10.15 a.m.: Wilson, 10.:if� a.m.; arrive Experimental Farm 11.00 a.m.; leave Kxperlmental Farm 17.00; arrive .Manyberries 21.25. July 21. from High River. Leave High River. 7.30 a.m.; Cayley. 7.IS a.m.; N'anton, S.01 a.m.; Parkland, S.25 a.m.; Stavely. S.SS a.m.: Clares-holm. S.5S a.m.; Woodhouse, 0.10 a.m.: Cranum. 0.22 a.m.; Molan, 0.;!5 a.m.; Kekastoe. 0.15 a.m.; Maeleod, 10.00 a. m.; Pearee, 10.16 a.m.; Monarch 10.:i0 a.m.; Kipp, 10.45 a.m.; arrive Kxperi-mental Farm. 11.00 a.m.; leave Experimental Farm, 17.15; arrive High River, 20.25. ENO'S FRUIT Here's \^ -and sparkling spirits -a clear brain and bright eye. Keep the system clean with Eno's INVENTION WEST LIBERALS CALIED THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER. C V O.. LLD.. D.C.L. PrpsiA-ntf H V. F. JONES, Ass'tGen'l. Manager  , SIR JOHN A1RD. General Minager i V. C. BROWN, Sud'i of Central Western Branch** Capital Paid Up, $15,000,000 1 reserve Fund, . $13,500,000 THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO SAVES and buys a War Security, or helps a bank 21W to do so, is giving most vital help to the Empire in its crisis. Open a Savings account at any branch of this Bank. Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. Ottawa. Ont., July 6.-Capt. W. A. Bishop, of the Air Service, has been awarded rho Victoria Cross for an exploit at the front which is described as surpassing even the record of the famous Capt. Ball of the British Air Service. Capt. Bishop, who is only 10 years of age, belongs to Owen Sound and is a son of the registrar of the Ontario county of Grey. Thrice Honored The prime minister has been Informed that Capt. Hisliup haw won not only the Victoria Cross but the Distinguished Service Order and the Military Cross as well. He is the only aviator who is in possession these three honors. (.'apt. Bishop! up to three weeks j 01It, it ago. had brought down 21 German ; will be I airplanes and ; been in 57 combats [ congratulated by Sir Douglas Halg ! on his remarkable performance. ' Congratulates Father. | Sir Robert Borden has written to I the boy's father, congratulating him I on the wonderful feats of the Canadian hero. Ottawa. July G.-Official announcement of the calling of a Liberal convention for the four provinces west of Hie great hikes, to convene in 'Winnipeg on August 7 and S, was made recently. The announcement is as follows: "The parliamentary contingent of western Liberals met here last night and decided to call a convention of the Liberals of Western Canada, to be held in Winnipeg on August 7 and S. There was a full attendance of members and senators from the prairie provinces, while British Columbia was represented by Senator Bostock, leader of the Liberal party in the senate "The object of the convention is to consider the whole political situation particularly as it affects Western Canadian interests. It was felt at the meeting that the time had arrived when it was necessary that a convention should be held, at which Westren Liberals could consider what their attitude should be towards a number of serious economic and political problems arising out of conditions created by the war. The time of the convention was fixed [or the latest date possible before harvest. The unit of representation decided on is the provincial constituency. Each such constituency in the western provinces will be empowered to send four representatives. It is believed that many of the delegates will be women. In addition, the convention membership will include all Dominion members and senators, Dominion Liberal candidates and all Lib-I eral candidates in the iast provincial elections in the western provinces. Arrangements will be made whereby Liberals desiring to attend will be of j seated as visiting delegates. "While plans have not been worked is understood that facilities ifforded to every progressive to par- DISCUSSES BILL two balloons and had j element in Western Canada He has been '� ticipate in the convention." When will Yon Save 11 you don't Save NOW? Though your salary or incomo will no doubt increase, so will your expenses-and many find that the latter more than keep pace with the former. Now is the time to start a Reserve Fund -snd the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada is the place to keep it. Deposit the exNft you have on hand now-you can open an tccount vitbany sum, down to ons dollar-and draw lutarestoalt LETHBRIDGE BRANCH CARDSTON BWANCH -BARONS BRA'KCH  � A. F. S. Tatum, Manager � F. V. Cavers, Manager  J. Blackwood, Manager Studio Closed During July Owing to Mr. Allison's absence from the city the studio will be closed during the month of July. We will, however, maintain our service in making Passport Photos Which will be given customers promptly. j AHison9sPhoto Studio BALMORAL BLOCK Picnic-time Means Maltum-time After the game, the paddle or the bathe, luncheon comes to appease the sharpened appetite. At such a time no drink is so welcome as BIG PREPARATIONS FOR HAT STAMPEDE i Medicine Hat, July G.-No objection having been made by the railway i commission to the special rates of-1 fered by the railways to the .Medicine i Hat Stampede, the postponment of i this event is hereby denied. I The new Elks dancing pavilion to | be used in connection with their car-: nival during the stampede commencing Tuesday lu-xt was formally open-; ed last evening. The pavilion is 100 | feet long and 100 feet wide, with a ! floor space of twenty thousand i square feet. A novel feature in connection with ' thi! carnival Is the roping off of all the main business streets and using j them exclusively for midway attractions. Midway features are coming I from all parts of Canada, among oth-: ers being Bouchers shows with uix-j teen different midway attractions, i The grounds aro;now In readiness with a sealing capacity of nine thousand. This morning} they were inspected by Texas 'Smith and Texas Kosa, the famous riders of the Texas I'anhandle, and were.pronounced faster than any arena they have over competed on. Del Blanchett wires that he will bo hero, Sunday with thirty riders and thirty-two broncho, the best riders and horses for stampede purposes that the Western states can produce. The streets have boen splendidly decorated and preparations for handling the groat number of visitors who will attend are complete. No city was ever In a better position to handle the crowd of pleasure seekers. Reports from all parts of the country assure that the attendance will be one of the largest over drawn to a western exhibition. Ottawa. July (?.-After thn protracted sitting of Thursday winding up after 5 o'clock this morning with the division on the second reading ot tho military service act, the membera of the commons were content to put in n short day's labor at tho Friday sitting. The house adjournod at t> o'clock until tomorrow afternoon, when it will meet for the first time this session on Saturday. After a Tow prelnuhinrion the house went into committee on tho selective' conscription bill, but no headway was made with the adoption of the clauses of tho measure, because the time was largely taken up with statistical and other statements relating to tho overseas forces of the Dominion It was agreed that when tho house meets tomorrow, the non-contentions clauses of the bill will first receive consideration. A:j soon as tho house went into committee. Sir Robert Borden made a somewhat lengthy statement in reply to the allegations of Sir Sam Hughes, that he had suggested a slowing up of recruiting during the spring and summer of 1010 bocauso of tho fear that the makers of munitions and manufacturers would be Tunable to get sufficient men to meet the requirements of their industries. The Prime minister most emphatically declared that he had never said anything to the ex-minister of militia or anyone else which could be interpreted as meaning that he desired a lessening of tho efforts to socuro recruits. Nothing more had been clone than to suggest that moro caro might be exercised in recruiting, so that men would not be induced to enlist who could better serve their country by remaining at home. Sir Sam Hughes, on the other hand was quite as emphatic in declaring that both the Prime Minister and Sir Thomas White, minister of finance, had listened to tho demands of the employers of labor and had suggested the desirability of diminishing recruiting efforts. He intimated that as a re-' suit of these representations there had been less energetic action on the part of the military authorities. Sir Wilfrid Laurier said that it was apparent that as a result of a misunderstanding between the Prime Minister 'and the ex-minister of militia, recruiting efforts had beer. lessened. He suggested that this might be one of (he causes which has made it necessary to introduce the conscription bill. ' Line-up By Provinces. Ottawa. July 7.-The following was the line-up in the house ot commons yesterday by provinces for or against consc.riptoln for final votes. Province. For. Against Prince Edward Island Nova Scotia ....... New Brunswick . . Manitoba.......... Saskatchewan .. ... Alberta ........... British Columbia .... Yukon ............ Quebec ........... Ontario........... Totals..............US KrumblesM All Wheat Ready to Eai Mads to C�n�d� �nmwitUjTafMa Children are apt to rebel a-gainst milk sooner or later- but most learned that the fritoasmt oonvey milk to tie little folks Krumbtes itiadifhof (fcobtcfeptttfesigiatu* Ftoeonto. KOUTE TAKEN BY AIR RAIDERS LONDON ' -X/r: fDOVERJ ; :r?;s'"-"';. }t^z HASTINGS;-/?^-, iCfikCMSi . BOULOGNE* ,..l5JEtLE5. , toS^ V?3T.DEHI5 S. S ----.' r "DUNKIRK BRUSSELS:; l t; 0 7 t s I 0 i 't 1 0 i 0 s 4r, cs - us 50 The route taken by the German aviators when they bombed East London recently passing down the coast of Essex and past tho Nore, is shown on tho map. Tho fifteen planes made a detour to the north so as to avoid tho most dangerous defences of tho British. SAN SALVADOR IN ERUPTION San Salvadore, Republic of Salva- I dor. July f>.-The San Salvador vol-; cano has been in eruption for the! last two day's, but no damage has I been done. Yesterday ashes and i stone were thrown out of the old j crater. The lake In the crater was j dried up by the great heat. All danger is believed to have passed. Great damage was done in San Salvador and nearby towns early last month by earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. ECISTERE The new malt drink, pure, non-intoxicating, nutritious and very refreshing. Pack it on the next trip. Put up in Quarts, Pints, Half-pints or in Casks. Order from your Drunrist, Grocer, Confectioner, or direct from CHICAGO ANARCHIST ARRESTED Chicago, July * C-Andrea Si.stoni who informed a magistrate that ho was an anarchist, has been arrested here, the first man to bo taken into custody In Chicago under the new espionage laws. He in alleged to bo connected with the publication of treasonable articles in an anarchistic journal printed here. After a hearing he was held in |10,-000 bail for further' examination. Sistoni was arrested during the in-vegtigation of the poisoning of soup at a banquet over a yei^r ago to Arch-blBhop Mundelein, tat was released. GERMAN AGENTS Sioux Kails, S.D., July 0.-Regular army officers in South Dakota claim to have reliable information that Industrial Workers of >tho World leaders in (lie state are in possession-of maps of the principal agricultural dis-fiicts of the state and have men stationed throughout the stale, who will make simultaneous attempts to burn this season's crops, it was made known here today. Coponhagon, July (!.-The German government's over-optimistic report on tho crop prospects which wore declared on June. ijiVto be "really brilliant" wore sharply oriliclsed yesterday by speakers in the reichstag ways and moans committee They accuse the government of giving the people a false vlow of the situation, arousing unrealizable hopes. Prince von Schoenaioh-Carolats, a National-Liberal, himself a farmer, declared roundly that the official article had misrepresented tho facts <.nd tended to givo rise to foolish expectations at a time when it was impossible to know what tho crop result',! would be. Thin speaker corroborated the charges of tho Socialist. ' doputy, Hbort, made at Tuesday's session on the food and fuel situation. He alluded to the utter confusion in tho food regulation measures and declared tho situation aroused groat depression and bitterness. , Horr Roessicke, president of tho German farmers' union, a!' ci said that tho grain crop had suffered greatly becauBO of tho drought, lie expressed hope for the crop growing on heavy soils, which usually prospered In dry soasons. He Haiti that even tho early potato yield was poor but that tho lato potatoes usually mado up for thin. Enemies of Tea If tea is left open near oranges, soap, spices, matches, etc., the tea will take on the flavor of any of these articles. In fact, tea absorbs odors as readily as does butter. This is because it becomes so dry arid brittle in passing through the firing or drying oven that it becomes very sensitive to the moisture and odors in the air. When loose in the chest or bin or bag it quickly loses flavor and strength. Tastes flat, weak, old; dear at any price. This is why Red Rose is never sold in bulk-but always in sealed packages. The armour that keeps out dust and odors and keeps in the flavor and strength. Thf? price printed on the package protects you against overcharge. It is the lowest price for which a tea of Red Rose quality can be sold-a price which allows the grocer only a lair profit You will enjoy the distinctive flavor and rich strength of Red Rose Tea Try a package. Sold Only in Sealed res T. IV ESTABROOKS CO., Limited, St. John Toronto Winnipeg Calgary Red Rose crushed coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea and just as easy to make. 4877 ?498 388523 ;