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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 9, 1J>17 THE LKTimmDGE DAILY Hr,KAlJ> PAGE SEVEIf isot fKPsi if^ra* \mm mi mm\ mm i THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY'S ed)8,1 o ANNUAL JULYC i i i Boot and Shoe July Sale Specials Minei'H Can Save $1.50 on a Pair of Boots. MINER'S HEAVY BLUCIIER HOOTS With'or without hobnails, plain tot; and wide fitting with ;i heavy reinforced leather heelvHizes 6 to 11. � ilogulnr $4.50. July Sale, pair ;;(�)). I:�g- � �} ft, ill; r H.inly Snl�>. lineal yd. koLXi i .">� ONLY. INSERTION TRIMMER WINDOW ,-JIADLS ."'i iii. July Pale, each .......... 2.69 'mm mm mm mmm mtm mm mm, HELP WIN THE WAR BY EATING FISH A. J. Schliefer has gone east on his semi-annual buying trip.   � Mr. A. L. McKelvie and Mr. R. J. Baldry htivo left to spend a vacation Jn British Columbia. a   Mr. and Mrs. L. Ikmd of Peoria, III., nro spending a few weeks with their daughter, Mrs. W. II. I'awson. * * * Tho regular meeting of the O. T. A. �will be. held tonight at X o'clock in tho Oddcfllow'a Mall. . * * Mrs. J. K. Robertson and children of Sandy, Utah, are spending the vacation months with Dr. and Mrs. A. G. Robertson at Raley. O If * Mr. If. S. White of tho post offico staff loft, last week for Winnipeg to attend tho annual postal clerks convention. .   Mrs. J. S. Jones with hor Uttlo Ron, Duncan of High Rivor Is the guest of her parents, Mayor and Mrs. \V. D. L. Hardio. ... /Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Wilson announce tho engagement; of their Bister, Mian Mildrod McGulro to Mr. Gjuorgo Vorius of Uolln, Alta. Tho wedding will take placo in the near .future. ) ' � -  . KofroBhinontii wore lArvort at the Odlf Links on Saturday afternoon in nl{} of tho Red Oo^ by Mm. \V. II. MM'I'Ih, Mi'r. A. C. Saunders, Miss Sboltzo, Miss f.aftorty, Miss Lois Brown, Mlsfl ]'"raehe,' Miss 11 onto und M�8tor nrion l-lorno. i'; .. � ! fi i& honor of her guest, Mrs. W; CI. Marshall of St. l'aul, Mrs, a. V. 31^i)th, was UoatOBjj fof an hiCjrmal party on Saturday .afternoon, about twenty ladies being present. Rluo Antnsia in out glass baskets were used with good effect throughout the ropniB. Tho hostess was assisted by MrB. H, N. Hockor and Mrs, D. Von Blarcom. Mrs. Marshall Is leaving shortly tor her home and will stop en route at hor much, .hj . North Dakota. �: ractico. At Knox-Tuesday at S p.m., the W. M. S. will meet in tho schoolroom. At St, Cyprians-Wednesday, the annual picnic will bo held at the river bottom. At Baptist.-Wednesday at R p.m., pray or meeting; business meeting at cIoko of service. Thursday at ,s p.m., choir practice. At Latter Day Saints- Tomorrow at 2.30 in the church, relief society conference at which the stake officers from Raymond will be presont. A largo turnout of members is requested. Pentecostal Mission.-Tuesday at S p.m. and Thursday at 8 p.m., gospel meetings, Eldor Geo. Do IClllon (pastor) and Pastor C. M. Nevo of Dulutli, Miuu., will speak at these meetings. Come early. Everybody wolcomo. LAKE.- /\ HE BEING 4 1.70 2.25 5.00 C5.00 75.00 ranee, birthday. Eishtoor. guests wero presont, including Mr. Goforth, the-son ot a returned missionary from China. Tho evening. wnB, pleasantly spent in games and light refresh", incuts woro served. Tha party waB brought to a eloso by threo hoarty choerfl hoiws Sjlvon for Thomnu uwl hla .mother;> '''- Actual Balanco .... Unprosontod c.hequo $2,946.93 .$1650.03 12.00 Balance as pass book ......$1,002.63 Tho above statement is June receipts and May accounts, the accounts for Juue not yet paid amount to approximately $1,700,00. AT ,; (Special to the Ilcrald) Fernle, July ".-The provincial compensation hoard, which is acting undor the authority oojiforred upon it by the legislature, returned to Fernle from Michel yetfwrtga^, and held a puujir. meeting Wtpe'iGrann thertre last night; There'wui'.oot as largo a turnout m had boen.expected, but those present wereijtt:iM>yaid for their trouble and much interest was shown in the working methods of the board. ^ Many questions were uskeu and Canadians can do much to help in winning tiie war by eating fish caught in our own waters. "Eat Fish" Is one of i ho slogans of the Organization of Resources commit ten of Ontario. A pamphlet of "Ontario Fiah ami How to Cook Them" mav he had gratis on application to the committee at tho Ontario Parliament Buildings, Toronto. answered to tho satisfaction ot tho questioners. Mayor Uphill presided, and asked some questions of the speakers. Chairman Winn, tool; occasion to refute tho insinuation cast upon Mr. A. I. Fisher by an over ardent reporter for tho Nelson News, who made it appear that Chairman Winn had taken occasion to publicly denounce tho member for Pernio, as a nuisance. Mr. Winn made it perfectly plain to ilia Fornio audionco that no such moaning was Intended by the remarks ho had inade about Mr, Fisher, rather, he had Intended to compliment that gentloman for tho Insistent manner lu which ho had kept after tit* board rognrding tho claims of tho widows I and orphans of tho Coal Crook tils-.! aster. Ho stated that he would ask j tho Nelson News to correct the misleading statement. The members of the board have shown that they have a grasp of tho very difficult work they aro engaged in and ai the close ot the mooting a vote of ihanks was moved by Thomas Franco, secondud by Mr. Potter, and carried unanimously. Mr. Franca voiced the sentiment of the meeting when ho declared that the members of Ihe board had convinced the poo-plo ot Ferulo that they were tho most compotont ahfl sincere board, that had ver vliiited Jf�ruig. Tho board left this n'--��..... Kimberley, where they were to aMt tho miners of tnut camp .____, - noon, ,' x*r<~~Z. �"T-' '-- FRANCE'S TRICOLOR. (From the Montreal Gazette.) In keeping with past custom, tho tricolor of Republican Franco was much In evidence in Montroal and other parts of the province on St. Jean Baptiste day. Which wou!d seem to show that France is still held in high esteoin by the descendants ot the early colonists in Quebec, despite what some peisona are saying to tho contrary. 81 ;