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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SFX THE HERALD MOXBAY. JCLY 1017 i Dressmaking Competition All Garments that are to be entered in the Home Dress- making Competition must be in our Store not later than Wed. next at iZo'eluclc. The different classes will be judged and returned to the owners not later than Friday noon, July 13th. Pattern envelopes and purchase slips' of mater- ials used must be attached to the garments entered. EMCUOGEIIHE Premier Borden Does Think That Men Above These Classes Will Be Called Ottawa, July The house of com- mons on Saturday nitcrnoon took up phases of the mlll- iarf'serVlCB bill- Several discussions developed as lo Ihe division o[ class Recording lo which men would te cnllsd upon lo perform military ser- vice. According la Ihe bill present- ed to Ihe house, young married men be called out before unmarried I over'SOVaUhougli (he tliree v BIG EXPLOSION. v Ean Francisco, July storehouses on Mare Island navy yard on San Francisco Hay were destroyed by an ex- plosion Mils morning. N'hcthcr any Hres u-cro lost lias not been determined. T.ondpn. Julj1 7. Hamburg, Altona and presumably ol the other German cities again have no po- classes include unmarried men nr widowers that 'Fred Farrtce argued without, children up lo Hi at unmar- ried men Fboultl. be compelled, to tatoes in Hie coming nor will any be available uolil the new pota- toes begin to coine in. It ia also al- most' ImposElbte to obtain adequate supplies oE fresh vegetables according to ndricea reaching IjOndoa today (rom the coalinent. A 'semi-official statement explains that if by continued drought the veg- _____ .._ __ ___ _______ _ ___ before IDS tried men, anfl tc said he eiei'ule crop is delayed any, that In felt slroDsly lhat Ihls course would (some sections prospects Tor this year's bet in the.-hest interest ct Ihe country. Icrops are poorer on account oi the The reply on behalf oi the govern- drought. iriDnt, however, was thai 'men he- jne kingdom oi Bavaria has decid- Ihe ages ol IS. and 35 had been to reduce the meat ration without round to. perform Ihe best militury 1 awaiting the promised restoration of kerrlcA oread allaWnce and after- 35 did not stand the strain so well. ijay 37s grams weekly per The" sDlicltor-general stated thai the eyperUslioii oi the goTeroment was Inal the men ncceBsarr would be secured from first two classes, nnd if'it -was found thai they -were obtaining raorc than lhat. number, Jctass Iwo would his subnlivided. One of Ihe changes In the bill from Uic terms-bf.. the militia. act Is that {he peonMy.for desertion -nill be three years' imprisonment. Under the present law a deserter could be ei- Incidentally it waa staled Hi at Ihe dlscbarges from tlie overseas force "had been chiefly for compass- Jonale reasons. Mr. l.eralcux remarked thai foreign horn ivho were naluralized cbuld be compelled to serve and he drew tho allentlon bf-thc premier to statements hrhlch.had been niadc llial the for- eign born were be.debarred from capita instead of 500 grarac. The reason assigned Is HID slaughter of additional catlle means curtailmcnl of Ihe milk fiupply. (From Our Own Corresponflenll Foremost, July the was a record breaking day for Foremost From early morn to about JO a.m. cars "wern to be seen, racing In from the surrounding country. Everybody seemoil anxious io get to the sparli Ihe franchise Sir Robert replied tnat grounds In time for the opening 3io was allowing hla jcvent. Foremost bnnd enlivened tin scene urilh appropriate renderings. Tho nciv race truck vas availed ot, the number ot entries fo JSREECE AT WAR, TURKS DECIDE London, July 7. According to a Jiress dlspa'.ch received ai Amsterdani- from Constanlinoplc, as forwarded by the Kxchange Telegraph, Turkey con- siders as .equivalent li a declaration ot war Ihe action of Greece In break- ing off" Turkish has decided to deport all Greeks and "confiscate their properly, diplomallc relations. The govcrnmenl, ths dispatch racing and (rotting TTRS large. Mr IJecVcr ol Foremost, had his "Roya a lovely entered Itoyal SlRncl took well to Iho and (be laurels hack to hi We hope on IJomlnlo IJay to see some more ot Royal t31g nel'r lype entered nt Foremost. Jlaseball ;ot its flue share of th program. The teams entered were Hurdclt, LucUy Slrikc, Klzlkom Foremost. Foremost wor. out drew the clietiiic. Generou prizes were given lor other sport Hot Weather is a Joy to ,the man or; woman. Ahoul ?Mn th -Who is properly nourished varle.l sporls. .A rough csllraal with alight, easily digested number of on si.e food. -The food problem in Summer time, war time, or any old time, is a simple one for the housewife who knows Shredded Wheat Biscuil and the many delicious, nutritious dishes that can be with it. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent wholewheat fully complying with all government require- ments in purity and cleanli- ness. Two or three Shred- ded Wheat Biscuits with niilk will fully nourish and the average person in hot weather, and the cost is only a few cents. Made in Canada. al. Hie five hundred mark. The day's celebration ended with dance In Ihc new hull. Tnougli th hall feel hy 40 feel- was crowded. GOO couples hsine nrc Koclcly fiord, ivas erlilen That the ric'l r'orcmosL, (aftgc cd by the llltle riirt crosnea one sa were, responsible Mcxdamcs ,T. I. M. for the Glllls. Illack Ucgutn, K. Heath, 0. fichlnnonr. Wards, Campbol Continuing our Most Successful Mid-Summer Sale Every Day This Week Values us good :mil in immy cases belter (linn of Me nas( with of-nrw lines added low which in ninny cases are uctnully less lium yi'eseut wholesale, value. All these goods iiurcliiiseil many months bi'-l'oi-e (hi1 biggest advances WTO imt on anil yon will do well to supply not only present, future needs as well al these exceptionally low rrii-es. HAlH NETS 6 25c lliw 25c Wortli to 4Cc. Silk Sale 1.38 TafletQE, Poplins ana Mcssalaines up to ?2.00. COMBS, PINS, ETC. lOc Worth up to Sl.M. Silk Hoot IIo.se 59c All colors. worth S5c. Lisle IIo.sc 45c Various colors and blnrt. ap lo "5c. ALL OVER NETS AND LACES 67.c Worth up to CREAM BLANKET CLOTH 1.98 Worth up to 53.00, PAISLEY VOILES 60c Worth up to 51.00. SATEEN BLOOMERS 40c Black only. Sizes to 12. APRON LAWN 23c Regular 35c value. BEACH SUITING 37c Values up to 50c. WASH RUFFLING 35c Regular 60c value. WAIST SALE 98c Values up to CHILDREN'S UNDERWAISTS SILK DE CHENE WAISTS 35c 2.98 Knitted and Jean. Sizes to 12. Copenhagen, Grey, Flesh and Old Rgse. CHEPE AND GEORGETTE WAISTS ?O Eighth Annual Midsummer... BOYS' JERSEYS 35c White with colored trim. CLARKE'S All Ready-to-Wear INCLUDED IN THIS SALE AT GREAT- LY REDUCED PRICES.' The Last of the Suits LOTS INCLUDING OUR ENTIRE STOCK. 19.75 Serges ana gaberdine suits up to 530.00. 27.50 Silk, U'oul Jersey, Serge and Poplin Suits up to 545.00. All the New Coats at Bargains All 517.50 Coals S12.CO All Coats S15.00 All Coats All Coats All 537.50 Coats S23.75 All Blanket Coats.......... All Coats All Relncocts Off Heavy Silk Hose 88c j All colors. worth SI Natural 39c Splendid ivoishts. 3) Inches rrMc. UNDERVESTS 25c Regular 35c value etc. All Kinds of s; silks, crepe de chenc, velours. 20 Off Coat Sale at Suil Sale at Hjnii-ls and Skirls While and colors. 1Q.% Off SUivt Sale U'onh up lo flO.OO. Checks, stripes, Hvecds and serges, Sppi'ts Silks 98c Alro Light Wash Silks up to 1.50. Pure Linen Kerchiefs 3 25c IMaiD. jiarrow hem. ?ppcJsL CAMBRIC GOWNS 98c Exceptional value up to 51.50 UNION SUITS 50c Worth row 65c. KNIT ENVELOPES 90c Regular and large sizes GIRLS' WASH DRESSES 2 to 6 year GIRL'S WASH DRESSES 1.00 lo 2.50 6 to 12 year sizes. HEAVY PIQUE. 39c Regular 5Qc and value. EMBROIDERV COTTON 35c 42 inch: Lovely gradc- EMBROIDERY lOc Wide and narrow widths ALL WHITEWEAR 10% oiv French Fashion gowns, under- skirts, envelopes, etc. AWNING STRIPE 37c Regular 45c value. Tan only, TWILLED SHEETS 2.75 pair hemstitched. LARGE BEDSPREADS 1.50 Heavy and strong. Doubfe size. CREPES AND WASH GOODS 25c Worth up to 45c. Eighth Annual Midsummer. Sale Mr. Fraser left for IJanlt on Wed- ea day. Mrs, W. Gowan has returned from algary, where she wa3 visiting her siler. Mrs. Wanfield, -wife of our new etlioriisT, minister, arrived in town rlday. _._ (CONTINUED FJIOM FILDNT PAGE) Asked win' Calgary and Edmonton ould sell cheaper lhan he aid thai they baked domestic loane; tUiiited Slates "loaiis can only be the'fjiiaran- tee .-Lhat Hie 'money win lie used Tor war purposes. Kven in lhat case only a small nmour.t will be obtained. Canada's war expen- diture is now 'nearly four hmi'dred million dollars. Sevenly-fivc per ccnl of this must be raised at liomc in domestic loans. J5 (he money Is to be raised, it will require Hie co: opDraljon of men and all over thc Dominion. Individual in- vestment is necessary if the finan- cial burden the wi-r it lo he carried. It is such investment PROHIBITION VOTZ inKton, July 1. In a final vole on prohibition the senate today substituted -I to.37 for the Dry'' prohibition section ot the house ifuoil. control bill. Senator Itoblnsou's as flDi'ended Senator Smoot. prohibiting the manufflclurc and imporialion of distilled. bcTefn- during ihe war anil directing the the National Scfvlco ivnstmcnt poiird is Washington, D. C., July slackcr bill, designed to reach ir.cu of military age born in Great Britain, and other-foreign coun- tries have nerur taken steps lo- thal ward a nationalization, will be inlro- ing in Us "serve by giving" cam- is seek- duceil Monday and urged for pass- The naitnn must practice ind was therefore not EO much.' econoniy. Tllc ,IIoncj, savcd by ,kc landlfng cost. The mayor suggested hat the city bakers" bylaw might be pound loaves In of one pound mended to allow Instead oaves. Mr. Gilmcre jioinled out that his would cost the three bakers about Tor new pans. Following Mr. Gilmore's figures a discussion of the price of dour wag precipilated, and it was decided (hat there was any abnormal profit being made It wag by the millers. It de- veloped that tlie miilers are mak- ng practically only one of flour whereas they used to make three. It Is Impossible for the bakers to buy a. cheaper gratis to blend with thc high grades. The flour Is nil being sold at the top price. Naturally thc flour is cpslinx the bakers njore JH vropor- lion today than il did before the war when they rmild buy different grades ancl blend them. The council also to know why Lelnbriflpe mill- ers should charge as much for flour made out of wheat bough) and ground here as other mills should charge for flour made from wheat which had to lie shipped lo Winnipeg, grouml there Eiml tho flour shipped back. It was IMHiilcil mil that thc freight charces alone savcd by local millers amounlci to about 40. cents per hundred, and tills roprcsente'l abnormal profit. However the roundl decided that It difl not know'enough about ihe mill- ins JnfltiBtry to make nny headway Ijy a flour probe and dec I tier I ID the problem lo thc new food controller In thc lhat he wouM bring about results. Thc slatcmonl was made at thc council meeting! thai Ihe millers hnd been making normal proflls only In flour out of the rise In wheat. The public wasn't getting the benefit, ami It look- e.tercisc of Ihrilt must be In >Var Savings Certificates Country is to successfully anil invested If thc age at this session by chairman Hi iieti, of the house ImmSgrnllon coin- mlttcc. K will propose that .such i men shall be given thirty or sixty clays, from enactment ol tlie bill lo president to lake over and pay for fixistinK stocks of distilled beverages In bond. T' As Ilil? H-ould 'eliminate dljtllleil beverages as a revenue source, chair-' man Simmons the finance rforii- millc'C had- the 'py.ialn wa'r-.laiL bill, BO Ihat- new sources of revenue may be sought. prosecute Ilio iv-nr lake out their first citizenship pap-! be worthy of thejers.so as lo lie subject to military j Iserrice, and lhat 1C they fail tu do so, i within the period prescribed, they I be de-ported. J Mr. Uurnett, paid he thought H was z deplorable fact lhal such mcn, while j j Americans are being "sent to thc. [front, evading all responsibility j jbolh (n lliclr native country and In the country of their adoption. j ONTAIUO IJARV MADE STRONG! Victoria, n. C., July Alexander I N. Moual. a former resident of Win-' nlpcg anil v.-ell known throughout thfiiMrff. Jarvis says Dr. Tablets; Cured Her Delicate Child When Nothing Else Could. as an oM Hudson's Uay i ficiEl, for the laat four years city! auditor of Kdmonton, has boon, ap-1 pointed coniplroller-gencral ot thc i Mrs. Jarvis, Uox 23G, PcnetanK, P.O.. province, a position created by legls-! Ontario, writes: "It la a pleasure to JatJon passed at the recent cession. J tell you what Dr, Cassell's 'Taljluts He will have under him an auditor have ilonc for my baby. When only of fllshursernenla, an tuidltor of re-1 live months old he fell ill. and though cclpts and a purchasing agent had medical advice for him lie got all will be under ;ho oversight of the .wcvse. I trlctl several special fooils, minister of finance. Mr. will Instal here ihe audit flystem wnich Iicci: hy the Xorrls government. To Satisfy The Sunshine Furnace gives ful, warm air plenty of it. "When installed, according to-plans furnislied by our heating it is guaranteed to give absolute sat- isfaction. Write for free illustrated booklet. Luiiuuif TORONTO UOKTREAI, VAKC3DVE2 ST. JOHTs R.B. 1IAMILTOH CALGAK1T I SASKATOO.'I EDJIOJITOH For Sale by The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. 'but none of Ihftni woulrl stay stomach, nnrl ho became so thin that iirtopt-'lic seemed iuat skin anil will assume bis rlutlc.s Misses S. WrlgJil and Mclnlyr Thfcy scM 1311 tickets nnd realize 344.35. Dr. Aelrorr'a mother Is here on lall, Mrs. .1. A. (Jlllia and her son Jack o arrived from Calgary. Mrs. J. Green returned from Cal- gary Wednesday, Mrs. Hick's ntcco Is here from' High Illvrr. Mrs. Soutbam has returned ifornia, ?rtcr Q three months visit to bcr ed from the annual by the milling companies a figures were being juggled li fjovernment getting ilb of proflt.i ellhcr. the! THE RAILWAY PROBLEM. Complete Nationalization Depends on Financial Resources. Complete natfonalizr.tfon of rail- ways an proposefJ by Drayton- Acworlh report rnay bo to tho financial stringency created by thc war. There rtre now only two BOurccB ol money open Ui Coiled Stales And Ho I weighed JO Ihn., and we never I Inoiifhl he could live, flu I chancing hear of Dr. CasseJl's Tablets got A. Vr-fls at one time man-' pnme for baby, and am thankful I ngcr of Iho Hudson Hay slon; at Pfn-'dt'l. He IP a honny boy now, fiiiilo nher C'rcck. J cured. 25 Jbs, at twelve j 1 A free sample of Dr, Casscll'a Tab- lets be sent to you on receipt of 6 cenlc for mailing and packing. Ad-i dress: MnroFd F. nHcPiTe Co., Ltd, McCaul Gtrcel, Toronto, ]Jr. Csj.TCll'a Tablets are (he surest' hnnift lor Kidney I Troulrlf, fl'ceplcasncss, Anaemia, II Ncnous Allmc-nls, iVc', vo Paralysis, Palpin'lon anil Wcr.kncsg In I rcn. valuablo for nurslni; mothers during tnc critical pcr- j forls of ICfc. Sold drujrets'.s and slorckeepers throughout Canada. 1 Priced: Onrs tubs. TiO ce.nU; tubes for (he price ol flvo. IJftwarc of tfoii3 H.iul to contain The composition of Dr. Uasicll'a Tab- l'_'li Is itnoivn to the proprlclori, an'l no imitations ever bo the Clean fo handle. Sold hy ol! l'lf.nc'lr, 0 and Central c.., WILL KILL none rues rijp of Funeral Goods Not Be Increased in Lethbridge In .in endeavor to protect you From the In the tost of funeral goods we nave purchased an rnormoue stock of high good's prior (o another advance In prices, effective.June 20th, which places us In a position to furnish you.wlth modern goods at cxccptfonally fow prlcss, Your pairtnage silfcilcd, Qlvc us a call and we wilf aave you money anJ at the same time give you n service you will appreciate, MaeKay MacKay." UNHKHTAKHUH PHfiNE 1802 THiRO AVE. 4 EIGHTH ST. 3. OUt OF TOWN ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ;