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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WEDNESDAY, JULY 11, WlV 'Seal Brand" means a certain, definite biend of high-grade coffee - uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any chances- alwavs insist on having SEAL BRAND5' COFFEE. in Yi, 1 and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground-ptilveriyetl-f ine ground for Percolators. Never sold if. bulii. CHASE & SANBOUN, MONTREAL. WANT EXEMPTION MISERABLE. FROM IPT -also US SHEEP RAISING IN (From Our Own c\�rt"OSE";ri(l''!;tl ; "Maclend. July m.-James MeAUis- i ter was brought in from his ranch in (ho hills west, suffering from an . accident, by being I'lnnvn from a Imrse. His face was much disfh-.ui"ii jit tin- time, but it is reported nut ! i erious. i Ernest Higgins, a Macicnd boy. mil tbp Inst of a family of boys. l;as , liili.-fpil wiili the engineer's corp;. i.- I litis two brothers in the trench".*. T. Dickson anil family started on a tri;i hy auto to tho Yelhnvsauie i'ark. Many autos from the difforeu! stit'o.t south of u>, appear on our r-a.vets every day. Many are land M.Tkers, while here are visilin.tr friends. Land sales, which have been going on quieMy for a time, are a little more netive the past frw days, and several pood sales are reported. Sheep raisin:: in .Mncleod is proving Very profitable I'fain sheep early this spring, figures 'I:.it e. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit -tives Limited* Ottawa. PRICE TO ENSURE BIG PRODUCTION E E Grand Headquarters of the French Army hi France, Sunday. July S.- 'I he most daring raid yet carried out , against the great Krupp munition (that practically no farmers could bo works at Essen was recounted to a sparcil from the west, thought that staff correspondent of the Assoriated 'agriculturists as a class would rjesent Press hy Sergeant Haime Gallols, who \ being exempt under tho law. Hon. defied all the Gorman anti-aircraft do- | Frank Oliver asserted that the meas-feiK-es and bombarded the heart of j tire was not based upon a spirit of one man who bought |tUe Gorman armament-producing fac- "fair play. The bill, he said, trusts to tories with high explosives, crossed the fairness of everybody connected the German front line twice, flew ov- with its administration. The governor many Ithcnnish cities and reached ment, he said, should see that selec-lioii'.r seathlcss. tlve conscription is based upon the Th" whole flight lasled seven hours principle of fair play, as between man during which :he daring Flench avia- and man and industry and Industry, tor was guided only by the moon and Hon. Arthur Meighen in reply argued stars and the compass, as tho voyage (that the bill was as fair to everybody was made in the darkest hours of the 'as it was possible for the government night, the destination being reached | to make it. He was willing to assume exactly according to plan. Par more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by ^SJrug^ists and Grocers everywhere. With Sergeant Gailois ivere Lieut. Ardisson de Perdeguir. Sergeant Der-nnd and another comrade. Sergeant Gailois said: "We left our base at nightfall. Fri- (CONTINUKD FROM. FllONT I'Ai'iK) and i Thionville, following *the course of the river Moselle, which, however, IMI^IIIIICE>UailS3nill3�^eOIIBi5'Bl!IR>'r , v. 0 1*1 1*1 1*1 1*1 1 th- is 1 TOASTED CORN FLAKES MADW /H CANADA Tkta* |oUtn fUVt* At* ilvayi pfteV*4 Wutita io pr�wtv* &dr TO�C C� ** 6* that the tribunals would act in all cases with ficness and moderation. He said he knew of no better way than the one proposed to deal with {the question of selective draft more [ particularly when there is not a super-day witli the intention of reaching ! abundance of men from whom to Essen. Soon afterward we ran into j choose the 100.000 men required. foggy weather and lost sight of each I-- other. 1 flew at an altitude of 1,200 \ Mr ^appeared in tho mist, metres and passed over Metz and j Ln{0 baUerie9 �ireH at me crossing the Rhine and as 1 passed over Metz j searchlights played ahout tho sky. I At Thionville I heard another fair- ' plane nearby, but made it out to he Ardisson's. After that I was compelled to travel by the aid of the compass the stars and the moon. At Treves I saw a heavy bombardment, which I calculated was directed at my comrade. Therefore, I knew I was travelling in the right direction. I did not see Comblens. I saw the reflection of the moon on the Rhine and found Bonn. From there to Dussel-dorf there was a regular sea of electricity which increased as I got further north. "Cologne was ablaze with luminosity and at Dusseldorf there were all kinds of lights, blue, red and white. All the time the anti-aircraft guns fired as I passed and around Cologne the gunnegB were very accurate in the range. "Leaving there, I saw tike cliffs on the horizon, a brilliant illumination which seemed kilometres in length stretching to the left of Essen, while "southward was another long iine of lights coming from the factories. "Arriving over Essen 1 rose to about 2,000 metres. I circled around searching for a place where the lights from the workshops appeared densest. "Then I threw the first bomb. After counting ten 1 dropped tho second and then the remainder of the ten 1 carried at similar intervals. I could not tell whether the bombs exploded, but probably they did. It was impossible to distinguish their effect owtng to the flaming furnace chimneys. "My duty done, I turned homeward, not having seen my comrades again. I came hack exactly the same way as I went and was fired at many times." His comrades, Lieut. Ardisson and Sergeant Durand, both returned to the French base, having gone as far as Treves, when they found that their supply of gasoline would not permit them to reach Essen, so they dropped all their bombs on Treves before flying homo. LAVOR counts with the unspoiled, critical taste of ildren-that's the reason why ey love Dominion Toasted Corn Flakes, with their appetizing come - to - breakfast flavor. Always Packed WAXTITE Several more Lethbridge cars met tho party at the other side of the river, and down through the big coulee and into the city the procession was in the nature of a triumphal procession. Are Welcomed Up Fifth street, and round on Seventh to the front of the A. It. and I. buildings the party was escorted, where Mayor Hardie officially welcomed the visitors, and President Lent of the auto club. Calgary, made a speech in which he outlined the objects of tho trip as being two-fold. First, to see the country, nnd they certainly had seen it and were more than delighted. They had seen country many of them had not seen before and they were little short of amazed at the development and the (ine-look-ing crops. Secondly, the trip was taken as an organization booster for the new provincial association, which was to be formally organised later hi Calgary nnd which would have for its object the amalgamation of all the auto clubs in tho province with the view of bettering road conditions. This was being enthusiastically taken up all over the province, and Mr. Lent heartily invited the co-operation of the Lethbridge club in the good work. The trip from High River to Lethbridge was accompanied without accident of any kind, save a little trouble to the president's car. The party was immensely enthusiastic over the receptions they hdve received en route, and they have only heartfelt gratitude for the towns along the line, and for Lethbridge. At Vulcan the whole town turned out, and the live little burg gave them a reception they will not soon forget. At Champion tin CnlRnty. July 10.-"It is esMmnted that tho renuireniehts of the allios for this year will bu 5(10,000.000 bushels of wheat," said II. W. Wood, president of the U.F.A., who has just returned from a session of tho committee nppointed by an order-In-coun-j ell to control the price nnd exportation of wheat. "Even if the war should come to an end there in no indication (lint the requirement will be less for 1818. For this year seemingly the only available wheat is from North America. Argentine will not have any surplus until they harvest' another crop. There is a very small amount of the Australian crop that will be available-perhaps n couple of million bushels per month. "It seems to me that there should be a price guaranteed for tho VMS crop that would stimulate the production of wheat In Camilla and the l"nit-ed States to full capacity. On the other hand U nhould not be made high enough to make a real hardship on the consumei'V However, wheat Is going to bo a vital factor In the situation from now on and we must have every bushel that can be raised in North America. "Wo of the Canadian hoard will form no policy until we get into cooperative touch with, the United States authorities. Our executive committee which Is composed of Dr. Miigill, .Tns. Stewart (tho Hritish purchasing; agent), and John C. Gage, arc in the States now for that purpose. "When the American board is organized ami ready to act we will for-miilatc a policy of harmony with this. In the meanwhile my own personal opinion Is that it would simplify matters very greatly to fix a lint price, this price not to take effect later than tho beginniug of the marketing of the 1S17 crop, and to end not earlier than the completion of the marketing of the 101S crop." , Asked as to tho powers of tho hoard, Mr. Wood referred the reporter to the order-in-council which gives them almost unlimited powers over the purchase, sale and exportation of grain. It reads in part "That tho distribution of domestic requirements bo controlled In biiMi a manner nnd under such condition!! hb will provent to the inmost possible extent nny undue Inflation or tl�|iroeiati�n of values by speculation, hy holding grain sup-plios, or by nny oilier menus." Tho appointment to thlH committee is honorary, tho members being allowed travelling and living expenses while actually engaged in the work. They have power to "fix" the prices at which grain In nny olovator or other storehouse shall he purchased and the conditions us to prlco, destination or otb/.ii'wlso unrtor which grain may he removed from the elevator, nnd may also prescribe what grain shall be sold to mlllora or removed to to tho Fnlted Kingdom." Mr. Wood refused to talk on politics. GETS SIX MONTHS Roglnn, Sask., July 10.-Clayton Peterson was sentenced to a term of six mouths in Roglna jail in tho supreme court hero this morning. Ho was found guilty of perjury last fall in connection with his testimony In tho charges that tho Licensed Victuallers' Association of Saskatchewan had bribed members of the legislature to obstruct the passage of temperance legislation. Peterson swore that he had not handled a largo sum for this purpose. He was found guilty of perjury but sentence was deferred pending tho outcome, of an appeal to the supremo court of Canada which a few weeks ago upheld tho decision of the Saskatchewan court. SOLDIERS KILLED. 13etroit, July Id.-Three soldiers, member!) of Company A Engineers, of Calumet, Mich., were struck and instantly killed by a passenger train on the west side of the city last night. The men, Joseph Schneider, 21 years old; Joseph liullock, 21! years old, and Arthur Smith, .10 years old,' woro standing on a track watching a freight train pass wdien a pass-onger train going in tho opposite direction struck them. ONTARIO BABY MADE STRONG Mrs. Jarvis says Dr. Cassell's Tablet3 Cured Her Delicate Child When Nothing Else Could. Mrs. Jarvis, Box 2SG, Penetnng, P.O.. Ontario, writes: "It is a pleasure to tell you what Dr. Cassell's Tablets have done for my baby. When only-five months old ho fell ill, and though I had medical advice for him he got worse. 1 tried several special foods, hut none of them would stay on his Fulfills Every Claim No furnace can do more than satisfy- but the " Sunshine " furnace absolutely and invariably does satisfy fully and completely when properly installed. Ask our local dealer to show you this good furnace, or write for free booklet. McaajyS SUNSHINE FURNACE IONDON TOROHTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, M.B. HAMILTON CALGARY � SASKATOON EDMONTON For Sale by The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. stomach, and he became so thin that party made a"brief'stop, and'at Var-j1,0 seemed just skin and bone. He- only weighed 10 lbs., and we never thought he could live. But chancing to hear of Dr. Cassell's Tablets I got Made by KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto mat Battle Creek Davis "PROMOTER" Cigars, sold by all good tobacconists at 3-for-25c. are to-day the greatest value in cigars in the West. Made in Montreal by S. DAVIS & SONS, Limited, The Largest Manufacturers of Cigars in Canada. mangay, the best of all came. This was just at supper time, and the Car-mangay bunch know how to do thing.i up right. The boys' Vand, a clover organization, turned out to greet the tourists, the Hed Cross ladies took the party in charge and there was nothing in the town too good for them. Eats and drinks of all kinds wens served up, and the party were loath to leave. At Barons also the party were greeted .and at Nobleford they found the Lethbridge party awaiting them. Frank Harris, tho pathfinder of the Calgary party, said the trip was a greater success than he anticipated, and there was not a grumbler in thn hunch. The roads had been for tho most part excellent, and there had been little trouble. Mayor Costello waxed enthusiastic over the trip. He was delighted with the country he had seen and was pan ticularly impressed with the prosperity evident on every hand. Ho was particularly pleased with the recep Hons given the party, especially at Lethbridge. The party were billeted here over last night, many of them in private homes, which wero' thrown open for their convenience. Following Calgary car owners are making the run: President \V. P. W. Lent, of the Auto club, with his wife and family; Mayor Costello, W. T. Esdale, A. IS. Snell, A. Foster, Tom Campbell, it. M. Uelyea, Ernie Roberts, S. C. Lundy, Hruce Robinson, Ernest A. Todd, Mr. 'and Mrs. C. VS'. McMillan and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jones and family, Gerald Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sholloy, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Newcombo, A. H. Clarke, Judge Simmons and son, Rex, Mr. and Mrs. G. 8. Kelluway and daughter Jean, E. Stewart, of Banff; M. J. Reid, A. L. McQuarrle. A. Williamson, E. \1. Tciiny, H.vD. Mann, T. Crandell, George Webster, with wife and family; W. A. Cruikshank, F. L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. G. Lyons. The following returned veterans were also taken by tho members of tho club: Sergt. It. Kerr, Privates 1). Lewis, R. p. Duncan, A. Lewis, G. C. Milne and A. Spillman. some for baby, and. am thankful J did. He is a bonny boy now, quite cured, and weighs 25 lbs. at twelve months old." A free sample of Dr. Cassell's Tablets will be sent "to you on receipt of 5 cents for mailing and packing. Address: Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd., 10 P/lcCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the surest homo remedy for Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Nervous Ailments, Nerve Paralysis, Palpitation and Weakness in Children. Specially valuable tor nursing mothers nnd during the critical periods of life. Sold hy druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, HO cents; six tubes for the price,of five. Beware of imitations said to contain hypophosphites. Tho composition of Dr. Cassell'3 Tablets is known only to tho proprietors, and no imitations can over bo the same. Sola Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's Co., Ltd.. Manchester, Eno. AUCTION SALE Of Horses, Cattle, Wagons and Buggies FRIDAY, JULY 13th AT ONE O'CLOCK AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN 1 mat eh oil teams; 1 team mares, fi and S years old, weight 3000 pounds; 1 team mare*, I years old, 2800 pounds; 1 team geldllngs, 5 years old. 2S00 pounds; 1 matched team bay geldings, 5 years old, 3000 pounds; 2S mares, geldings from 4 to 8 years old. All broken; ;!5 head of cows and young stock; 1 heavy dray, 0 tons; 5 delivery waggons; 5 single buggies; 12 sets double harness; 0 sets single harness. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer TERMS CASH [ GOING OUT OF BU Brooks, Alta., July 10.-A cyclone hit Urooks last evening, and did considerable property damage Several largo buildings were blown down and the roofs i taken off others. The lumber wkb stripped clean off tho Crown Lumber Company building. Tho storm enmo from the southwest and was extremely violent for about 15 minutes. r Torrents of rain fell with the wind, it cut a swath of -�c sold at cji^ri^'c.^- ^ This is no fake sale, everything; must be -cleared out in 3c days. Corner Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street 337?6380494209334? ;