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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta f AGE SIX THE LETHBHUXIE DAILY HERALD JULY Seal Brand means a definite blend of highgrade coffee uniform in quality and always Dont take any always insisl on having SEAL BRAND 2 pound fine ground for soU n CHASE rnn rnu SHEEP HIS IN i fCOO sheep early this figures that with wool at the present and the price of Uimb and mut lib will rajfor themselves in one I L TllD at Beaver Creek f last week a yreat every thing passed off as and ihe From Our Oivn CjrraspcRdeRti July McAllis ter was brought In from his ranch Sn the hills suffering from nn by being thrown from a His face was much disfigured it the but It IK reported not Krncst a Marlcod piid tho last of a family of lia enlisted wiili tbe engineers tie has two brothers in the ami family started on a trip by aJto to tke Yellowstone autos from the different stales south of appear on our ftroels every Many are land while here are visiting l3nd vrhich have been going on quietly tor a are liltlo more Active the past aud several pool sales are Shecp raislcs ia Macleosl Is proving yery one man who bought rices were belter than any previous FLYP CAREFUUY AND Far more effective than Sticky Fly Clean to Sold ists and Grocers Grand Headquarters of the French Army in July The most daring raid yet carried out against the great munition works atEssen was recounted to a staff correspondent of tho Associated Press by Sergeant Hairae defiedall the Gccman antiaircraft de fences and bombarded the heart of the German armamentproducing fac tories vitii high crossed Ibe German front line flew ov ermany Khennlsb cities and readied home The whole flight lasted seren hours daring rtiiitliiilie during French tor was the moon and stsvs ami th as the voyage wsa inade In the darkest hours of the I the destination being reached exactly according to With Sergeant Gallois were Arnlsson de Sergeant Der and and another Sergeant GaUoIs said We left our base at Frl July on ne details o the military sSrvlce xct nas at first not so marked la the com mons today as It on Saturday aiii when a number of less contentious clauses were disposed The important clause covering ei jeiuptlons the bone of This clause contains seven sections and over a score of Late in the evening fattier headway was made and several of the sections were The first important point brought up was In regard to the exemption of agriculture the operation of Ihe An amendment was moved by deputy speaker and Joseph both Quebec members on tho government side of the which called for the cseraptton ot practically alt agricultural workers from the operailou the Con siderable variety of opinion was ex pressed as to the desirability of mak ing specific eicicntions of any This was tho view taken by Arthur solicitor who is handling the Mil on behalf of tho government He said It was better to have the broad principles of tho measure set forth in tha leaving the details to be worken oat later under the regulations io be frarneii after the bill becomes A number of members Including Assiuibola Lev T and George Bradbury of while inclined to the view that practically no farmers be spared from tho thought that agriculturists as a class would resent being exempt under the FTank Oliver asserted that the meas ure was not based Upon a spirit of fair The he trusts to tho fairness of everybody connected with its The govern he should see that selec tive conscription is based principle of fair ai between man To Take 594 CuijjirLAix For two 1 a miserable sufferer from KSfutftalisin ard I hsd frequent Dizzy aud when I took felt wretched aad 1 sulTemi from margin with in my back aud and my hands A friend frail and frgra the they did me test getting Kfft and I cati truthfully say iliat FruHativcs is only medicine LOUIS a 6 for trial At all ilf sir rs or sea t postpaid by fruit ktivcs XinvtecL FHQtt FflOXT Several more LelHbriiJge cars met the party at the other side of the and down through the big coulee and into the the procession was In the nature of a triumphal Are Welcomed Up Fifth round on Sev enth to the front of the and I buildings the Mayor party was Hardfe officiallywcl that tlio July It fc estimated of tlte allies aiiii man and industry Arthur Meighen In reply argued that the bill was as everybody as it was passible for the government to make willing to assume that the tribunals would abt in all cases fvrness anil He said he knew of no better way than the one proposed to dealwith the question of selective draft more particularly when there is not a super day with the intention of reaching abundance ot men from whom to corned the and President Lent of the auto made a in ivhiclihe outlined tho ob jects of trip as being tosee the and they certainly had seen litanil more than They had seen coun try many of them had not seen before end they were little short of amazed at the development and the finelook ing the trip wits tali en as an organization booster for the new provincial which was to he formally organised later in Cal gary aud which would have for Us object the amalgamation of all the auto clubs the province with the view of bettering road This was being enthusiastically taken tip ail over the and Lent Soon afterward ran Into foggy arid lost sight at each I f toy at altitude of metres andpassed over Metz and thlonyiirei following rthe course of the river LAVOR counts with the critical taste of thats the reason why they love Dominion Toasted Corn witK their Appetizing come to breakfast TOUTED CORN FLAKES Packed WAXTITE CORN FLAKECOMPANV ud Creek choose the men rapidly inthe fired at me crossing the Rhine and as I passed oter SleU searchlights played the t At Thlonville I heard aBithet air plane hut made ft out to be After that I was com pelled to travel by the aid of the com pass the and the At Treves 1 saw a heavy bombard which I calculated was directed atmy I knew I was travelling in right i did BOt see I saw the re flection ot the moon on the Rhine and found Prom there to Dussel dorf there regular sea elec which increased as I got iur ther Cologne was ablaze vrith lumtn Tor Ibis year will bo bush els of taid pre sident of the who has Just leturned from a session ot tho com mittee appointed by an orderIncoun cil to control the price and exporta tion of Even if ths war should come to an end ilicre is no Indication that the requirement will be less for For this year seem ingly the only available wheat is from1 North Argentine will not have any surplus until they harvest another Tuere is a very small amount the Australian crop that will bo a couple of million bushels per It seems to me that there should te a price guaranteed for tho 1918 crop that would stimulato the produc tion of wheat In Canada and the Unit ed States to full On the other hand it should cot be madehigh enough to make a real hardship on the wheat is going to be a vital factor in tbe situa tion from now on and we must liavo every bushel that cau bs raised in nrlli We ol the Canadian board will form no policy until wo get Into co1 operative touch s the United States Our executive which is composed ot Stewart the British pur chasing and John are In the States now for that Wbcn the American board is or ganized and ready to act we will for mulate a policy of harmony with In the meanwhile my own personal opinion Is that it would simplify mat ers very greatly to fix a flat his price not to take effect later Ihan lie beginning of Ihe marketing of the S17 and to end not earlier than he completion ot the marketing of ue 19JS t Asked as to tbe powers the Wood referred the report er to the orderincouncll which gives almost unlimited powers over he and exportation ot It resds part That the dis tribution of domestic requirements bo con I rolled in suth a manner and un ilcr suca ronOiUotis as prevent j to ihe possible exttnl any un InflatUiU or of values by by or by auy oilier The appointment to this committee Is the members being al lowed travelling and living expeuses while actually engaged in the They have power to the pric es vt grain to etovator or shall be purchased and the conditions as to destin ation or otherwise under which grain may be removed from tho and may also prescribe what grain shall be poll to millers or removed to to the retiised to tcik on Jur Peterson was sentenced to a term of sin months fu itegina Jail in tae sup remo court hero tifs He was found of perjury last fall In connection with Ma testimony In tho charges that tho Licensed Vic tuallers Association of Saskatchewan had bribed members of the T to obstruct the passage of temper Peterson sworethat lie had not a largo sum for Ibis He was found guilty ot jerjury but sentence was deferred rig the outcome of an appeal to he supremo court ol Canada which a weeks ago upheld tho decision of the Saskatchewan heartily invited Uie cooperation of the Lethbridge the goofl The trip from HIgH toLetb bridge was accompanied without ac cldenrof any save a little trou ble to the presidents The party was immensely enthusiastic over the receptions they hive and hive heartfelt gratitude for the the and Lethbridge At Yulcaa the and the live little burg gave them a reception they will not soon forgetAt Champion tbe party rtade a brief atCar the ell This was just at supper ond the Car mangay bunch know how to do thinga up The clevei outto greetthe Red ladies look party In charge there was nothing in the town good for them Eats and driiika of all kinds wero baity and at Dusselflorl there were served and the party were loath to At Barons also the parts greeted jud at Nobteford the Ound the Lethbridge party awaiting Frank the pathfinder of tbi Calgary Jhe trip was greater success anticipated and there was not a grumbler in th nil kinds ot red and All the time the antiaircraft guns fired as I passed and around Cologne the gunnep were very ac curate in Oie Leaving I saw lite cHtfs on tho a illumination seemed kilometres in length stretching to the lelt of while was another long ifne of ghlscoming from the Arriving over Essen 1 rose to about 1 circled around searching for a place where the lights from the workshops appeared den Then T threw the first After counting ten I dropped the second and then the remainder of the ten I car ried at similar 1 could not tell whether the bombs but probably they didIt was Impossible to distinguish their effect owing to the flaming furnace My duty I turned not having seen my comrades T came back exactly the same wayas I went and was fired at many Hiscomratfesj Ardlsson arid Sergeant both returned o the French having gone aa far as when they found that their supply of gasoline would not permit them to reach so they dropped all their bombs on Treves before fly Ing Davis PROMOTER sold by all good tobacconists at 3f are today the greatest value in cigars in the Made in Montreal by DAVIS The Largest Manufacturers of Cigars in July members of Company A of were struck instantly killed by a passenger train on the west Mto of the city Joseph 24 years old Joseph years and Arthur 30 years werestanding on u track watch Ing a freight train pass when a pass enger train going in the direction struck ONTARIO BABY MADE STRONG The roads had been for tho most part ant here hnrl been lillie ilayor Costello Waxed entliusiastlc over Ih3 He was delighted with the country ho bad seen and was pan llflllarly Impressed Svith the prosper ity evident on every Ifc was particularly pleased with Ihe recep tions given the especially at The party were billeted here over many of them in private which werethrown open for their Following Calgary car owners arc making the run President of the Auto with his wife and family Mayor Tom Ernie Ilolh Brace Bi nest llcXillran and ami Clifford Jones and Gerald Gib andMrs and Judge Simmons and and Kellaway and daughler of Banff Wil George with wife and family and and The following returned veterans were also taken by tho membcra ol tho club Privates Mllnc and Jams says Cured Her Delicate CWId When Nothing Else Box writes It is a pleasure to tell you CasselVs Tablets have done for my only five months old he fell and though I had roedical advice for him he got 1 tried several special but none of them would stay on his and he became thin that he seemed just skin and lie only weighed and we never thought he could Blif to hear of Cassells Tablets some for am thankful He is and months A free sample of Cassells Tab lets will be you on receipt of 5 cents for mailing and dress Harold Ritchie 4 Cassells Tablets are ihe surest homo remedy for Kidney Nervous Nerve Palpitation in Child Specially valuable for nursing mothers and during the critical per iods of Sold by druggists and Btorikeepcrs throughout Prices One cents sii tubea Fulfills Every Claim No furnace can do more than satisfy but the Sunshine furnace absolutely and invariably does satisfy fully and completely when properly Ask our local dealer to show you this good or write for free SUNSHINE FURNACE Tosoirro WISNIPEG VANCOUVER HAMILTON CA1GA2Y i SA5KATOOH EDMOHTON For Sale by The Dixon Sheet Metal a bonny ojiitb weighs 25 twelve1 for the Beware of imita tions said to contain The composition of Cassells Tab lets is known only to the and no Imitations can over bo tho Sole Proprietors CasselPs AUCTION SALE AVagons and Buggies JULY 13th AT ONE OCLOCK AT THE LETIEBRIDGE iSALE BARN matched teams 1 team 0 and 8 years weight 3000 pounds team years 2SM pounds 1 team 5 years 2SOO pounds i matched team hay 5 3000 pounds 23 geldings from 4 to 8 years All broken 35 head of cows and young stock 1 lieavy 0 tons 5 delivery waggons 5 single buggies 12 sels double harness 0 sels single TERMS CASH Auctioneer July hit Brooks last and lld con siderable property Several large buildings were blown down and the roofs i taken olf The lumber slripred dean off the Crown Lumber Company Tho Rtorm came from Ihe south west and was extremely violent for about T5 V rain pll wfth the wmfl tl cut a sivath o ten mllog across the GOING OUT OF BUS DeWOLFS VARIETY STORE GREAT CLEARING SALE Worth of Variety Stock at CQst Price As our lease expires Alines Small Dry anrt win Ijc sohl atlj3 This is no fake everything inujst beclcarcrt nil in K Ftutrth Avcniic Fifih Street ;