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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WrcDNES&AY. JtltV 11, 1017 � N � I'm II i '� tui ~* I ' ......i- - .1 t, THE LETHBnmGTV D/'iLY HERALD Ljg,im.i-i.B-- i! PAGE NINE BE RYLANDS' Starts To-morrow Morning at 9 o'clock See Page 7 of To-day's Paper nj� "YouVe Try the Rest - The Best" - - Now Try EEZSKI FINAL VOTE JULY 21. 'Washington, D. C, July 10.-Unan-ftuotis ' consent to begin final voting on. the fooil control bill and all amendments not later than 2.30 O'clock Saturday afternon, July lit, �was given In tho senate late today and tlio niofion filed yesterday was withdrawn. ROOSEVELT'S SON MAY JOIN BRITISH Plattsburg, X. V., July 10.- Kermit Roosevelt, a son of the former president, lias received a cablegram containing an offer, which be lias accepted, of a staff commission with the British army operating against the Turks in Asia Minor. EXTRAORDINARY AUCTION SALE OF High Class Talking Machines WADDINGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS S. O. E. BUILDING-TENTH STREET SOUTH FRIDAY, Next, JULY 13 AT 2.30 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored with instructions from a merchant to sell by Public Auction and Absolutely Without Reserve the Balance of his stock of Cabinet Hornless Talking Machines These machines are brand now goods, are fully guaranteed, will play any record, are equipped with high grade motors, and handsomely finished in mahogany. Worth from $40.00 to $75.00., Call in at tho Auction Rooms and hear them play. A careful Inspection is invited. Send in your old machine for sale and lot tho proceeds apply on purchase of one of these beautiful instruments. ROOMS OPEN ON THURSDAY EVENING 7.30 TO 9.30 FOR VIEW -YERMS CASH PHONES 770-460 17S-2 BOARD OF TRADE A general meeting of the board of trade will bo held tomorrow night in the board of trade building, to which every member of tho organization is invited to bo present, besides hearing plans for the holding of tho Chautauqua, which will be explained by a representative of that organization, the board will consider tho matter of the information to be laid before tho Honorary Advisory Council of Scientific Research when Dr. McCallum visits the city on tho 20th. This has to do with every industry in Leth-bridgo, and especially the basic Industries of the city and district. Plans will also be discussed for the holding of future council meetings. Mrs. ']'.(.� Stubbs leaves today to spend a few weeks at Mnlrmoro. � * n Mrs. K. L. Connor and two children I have left to visit Portland, Seattle' and other coast cities.  . '� � Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fisher left yesterday to spend a vacation a! Proctor, !!. c.  * * Master Paddy Howmar, i" spending I the holidays with friends in iiull'our, I h.c. ! . . . I The ladies of St. Patrick1:! and i friends will moot for sewih:; in lted Cross rooms tomorrow afternoon.; A good attendance is rcqu cd. j � � u I .Misses I-\ and M. Phillip.i ."iiturtahi-1 ed nl, the tea hour yesterday after-j noon for their sister, Mrs. Grimmer,; of New York, who is spending the! (summer with them. I ... ; Mr. and Mrs. A. ('. Saunders are i leaving tomorrow in their motor to attend tho Stampede at Med it ino Hat. later going on to Sbaunavon to visit; Inspector and Mrs. Hiimhv. I ..." j Dominion Hebekah lodge No. 41 will! meet tomorrow night at 8 in the I.O. j O.F. hall. Installation of ollicers will j take place and the degree will lie conferred. A large attendance is requested as there is important business to transact.   � Mrs. P. A. Stoltze and Miss Miriam StottKc with their guests Airs. Brown and Miss Lois Brown, of Freoport, 111., and Mrs. Mary Sage of Milwaukee, left today to spend two weeks at Banff. Mr. and Mrs. Grefn from K Ontario, who have been visit iir Green's sister. Mrs. lioniiey, jei :!::.v for California. The executive til' tile Sir Aleve in],]� Gait Chapter, I.(lli.lv will ni"-: tomorrow al p.m. ju the F.Ik.- I'm11. Mr. F. A. Sloltze left today In ,i ; ' his son. Mr. Norris Slolt/.e, wln> i ' taltlni'. an oltici r's course in Mimes- polis. ; * s * Mrs. Char,. Me.KIHop Raw a v�-r> en- ' jVyablc picnic last night til. lottery; Point, Henderson Park, for a number j of visitors in the cilv. i ... | Mrs, H. Lyiiilhnrsl Wadmoro. who | lias lie"ii spending some time with her ' daughter, .Mrs. J. Norman Ritchie, left tuci.iy for her home In Victoria. ... The regular monthly meeting of tlie Major Jack Hops chapter, 1.O.D.I':, will be hold on Friday afternoon at ";.W at "Riverview," the home of the vice-regent, Mrs. Conylieare. After I ho business meeting all member.-', both old and new are cordially Invited to stay till 8,"0 and sew mi the hospital supplies that the chapter is sending to France. A picnic tea will be served under the trees. * . * LF.G G - \V A LL1 NG K R A quiet, wedding took place at the Baptist, church parsonage, Calgary, with Die Rev. J. Austin Huntley oillci-aling. when Archie Dale l-ogg, of Cilia, Washington, was united in marriage on July :>, to Miss Doris Marion Arnold Wallinger, of Cranbrook. /7, j�3 Oftftosit e EOUITE SAi( K. 1!. VeonuitiH, No. lit';'". Sold K. W. Siirrriu lie!,el No. !ISSI!. b ranch. Morley, Alta., ticket by Morley branch. Grainger, Alta., Sold by Grainger THE AUTO CLU President Marrs of the Automobilo Club lias resigned, according to the j information just made public, it is understood tho president's action lias been because of the inaction of tho executive and the failure of more auto owners to join the organization til us making available funds with which to carry, on the important work laid out It is uml�rst*fctt"auto club badges to be attached :to tho owner's car are on the way. When these arrive the club members' will have distinguishing marks and it is believed it will give the club an impetus. A mooting to complete organization is likely to be called shortly. An effort is also being made to secure complete figures as to the number or cars owned in this railway district, so lliat tho clubs in I.cthbridge and the area tributary to it will know what their representation should bo in the provincial organization which is proposed. / '-- Making It Pleasant "I've got to iiracti.se on the piano five hours a day." "What for?" "Cause pa and ma don't like our now neighbors." Roglna, July 11.-As tho result of an automobile accident which happened last night, R, L. Hammill, one of tho best (known business men in Hegina, died in the general hospital this morning and E. R, Cameron, of Hegina, is in a eorVms condition. C. P. R. EARNINGS. Montreal, July 10.-C. P. n. earnings week ending July 7, $11,101,000; increase of $4S.r>,000. NEW PEF&ECTJON oil cttaa&igTqvE BOTH SUMMER AND WINTER The NEW PERFECTION OIL COOK STOVE will do more work than a clumsy coal or wood stove of twice its size. The Long Blue Chimney-that's the secret. All the heat goes into the cookinc and the visible flame "stays put." Ask the following dealers; Hlck-Sehl Hardware Co., Lethbrldfje. Hayr Hardware Co., Lethbrldge. Taylor Hardware Co., Lethbrldge. Consumers Hardware Co., Lethbrldgo. C. G. Olander, JLethbrldQO. ill; Ii-i I j d ii- a! . . u With Roynlitt Col Oil? New Perfection coqtt tke meal for t � T I n it ' from 5 h lfrcehis. THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited MUNCH US IN MA CnU� ; RED CROSS 010 ILL AI PINCHES (From Our Own Conesponilenn Pineher Creek. July 10.-As a result of the special efforts put. forth by the Red Cross Society hero on the two days of the fair the funds have, j been increased hv tho handsome sum of $412.00. The society is very greatful for the generous response to their appeal by tho public and also to the willing band of workers who did so much towards j making the days the great successes j they were. That, it meant a lot. of work goes without saying. Tents had to be put up and loads of provisions carted over and that kept, tho men folk out of the way while the busy housewife was preparing all sorts of good things to be sold at tho fair. The committee in charge also had a strenuous day koepifig tilings running London, July Id.-"The German air raid," says The Times, "has produced much anger in the public mind and the government must ho prepared to face widespread indignation. AI least 2u German airplanes hovered over London for a considerable time, contemptuously flying quite slowly and descending to a much lower altitude than on the last occasion. They left in no great baste. The four enemy machines which wore ultimately brought down were all hit while re-crossing the sea. Complaints in London do not arise from fear. The universal testimony is that the population as a whole, remained singularly calm. The. instinctive feeling of the people of Loudon seems rather to bo that such attacks are humiliating and ought not to be possible' at all. To some oxter,; public instinct is undoubtedly light. It is confirmed by recent official admissions that, systems of air defences in this try is less comprehensive and lent than they ought to he." An officer home from the writes in The Times: "Never see so many Roche airplanes ; our lines, in such close ordor. remarkable- feature of the raid DISFIGURING SIGN smoothly, but this also was accom- A PARISIAN TOILETTE m. plislied and the proceedings went through without a hitch of any kind. The tag sellers kept themselves in evidence all the time and succeeded in making the biggest haul of tho bunch, even the second day resulting j In a good sale. The dance on the j first day was well attended and netted a neat sum. The drawing for the rug donated by .Mrs. II. Maclood, took place at the dance and was won by Mrs. J. ,1. Cameron.- Tho Red Cross also have to thank Mr. K. C. Peck and Mr. F. Robbins for the donations of prize money won at the fair. Following are the results of the different contingents: First Day. Tags ......................$207.05 Tea tent .................. 29.20 Dance .................... liS.OO Drawing for rug ............ 40.a0 Second Day. Tags ...................... oo.-ir, Tea tent .................. 22.St) E. C. Peck.................. 7.00 F. M. Robbins .............. 10.00 Refreshment booths (both days) ..................175.00 the couu-effic- front did 1 above One was the hesitancy of the people watching the raiders to believe they were German machines until the guns began spouting. A splendid feature was the policemen, mostly old soldiers, standing alone in the practically deserted streets during the worst of IL motioning people to keep under cover." "That sign is going to stay up there all summer," said Commissioner Freeman to the Herald, referring to the big sign board into which tho moving picture screen at Henderson park lake has been transformed. "We have made a contract for tho sign for the season and we cannot break it. I do not see that it looks so bad. It certainly looks bettor than tho old unpainted board did." "Well, why wasn't the old board removed?" the Herald asked. Commissioner Freeman admitted that it might have been done, but ho can see no reason why the people should work themslves into a frenzy over a harmless sign board In tho middle of a city park. ELKS RULER Roston, Mass., July 10.-Fred C. Harper, a lawyer of Lynchburg, Va., today was elefcted Grand Exalted Ruler of the lloncvolcnt and Protective order of Klks and Atlantic City was unanimously named as tho next convention city. idt^ penguin-grey j Georgette. Tho tunic is outlined tfttn silver braid and \ ac are the taffl.BL<&!' gauntlet cuffs. Touches of black are cleverly Intro-duced, lit the wi^st, ajul the collar auu Imrsjkre ' of rlenwncolored nlnon. frjje^iidy black tulle h�t b�� a pretty little1 ciirtnln, Hb charm being further enhanced by lemon-colored ribbon and pink and blue (lowers. Hot Weather is a Joy to the man or woman who is properly nourished with a light, easily digested food. The food problem in Summer time, war time, or any old time, is a simple one for the housewife who knows Shredded Wheat Biscuit and the many delicious, nutritious dishes that can be made with it. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, whole wheat fully complying with all government requirements in purity and cleanliness. Two or three Shredded Wheat Biscuits with milk will fully nourish and satisfy the average person in hot lyeather, and the cost is only a few cents. Made in Canada. 33RD TRADES CONGRESS Ottawa, July 10.-The thirty-ibird annual session of the Trades .and Labor Congress of Canada will convene in the Royal Victoria museum building, Ottawa, on September IT. Last year the convention was held in Toronto. In a circular sent out to all affiliated societies, the executive points out that a number of matters will have to bo laid aside, and that tho congress will concentrate all Us energies upon such war measures as affect labor. Attention is especially called to the question of what moans will have to bo adopted to protect, resident labor when, after tho war, lliore will bo an influx of foreign labor. It is also pointed out that this is perhaps the. most momentous meeting of the congress since its inception Millions of Babies enjoy Mennen's A/SILLIONS of bsbics tn\of Mtnnen'iyearafteryerr. Million* I of babies are toothed and comforted by , Mennrn'�. , ll iitbe oridnbi talcum, the nfchail and infest on the markrt-the one mort in demand, preferred by doc4orls, and aurics for its known purify.' rrenrrerrs BORfVTSb TALCUM RED CROSS RAFFLE The result of the rafflo of tho twelve pairs of socks knit and' donated to tho Alberta Provincial Branch, Canadian Red Cross Society by her Royal Highness, the late Duchess of Coniiauglit, is as follows: Tho sum realized by tho rafflo was $1,441.8a, and the following are tlio winners: W. J. Houston, Maycroft, Alta., ticket No. 10228. Sold by F.dnionton branch. O. A. Ayliug, Kerrobert, Alta., ticket No. 0024. Sold by .Mrs. Melvin, Compeer, Alta. Mr. T. Deby, Reaver Lake, Alta., ticket No. 11181. Sold by Kdmonton branch. Mr. Con Doherty, Cardiff, Alta., ticket No, 12985. Sold by Edmonton branch. Mrs. S. Derlngton, Cardiff, Alta., ticket No. 120(10. Sold hy'Kdmonton branch. Mrs. C. 11. Adloy. R. R. No. 1, Sedge-wlck, Alta., ticket No. 8202. Sold by Scdgewlck branch. J. McCardell, lilaokle, Alta., ticket No. filll. Sold by Mrs. J. W. Tompkins, Thorny Ranch, Gladys, Alta. A. Nash, Coalhui'Ht, Alta., ticket No. 10'JSii. Sold by Coalhurst branch. \V. 11. Ross, Cooking Lake, Alta., llckot No. 10723. Sold by Edmonton branch. �,.^\.-SA.$wUiW' " ,8. A. .Gray('Oyaa;::A*^Vtli^;vHo; 6882. Sold by Oyen R^'chT"*J 10. II. Yeoinans, Morloy, Alta., ticket No, 0332, Sold by Oyen Branch. 74 ;