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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE DIRECTORY OP AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING li Yon Are Going to YVaterton Lukes Phone Boulton's Auto Livery Wc will be glad to give you all information possible. Our rates nre reasonable. Phone 1208, Lethbridge, Alta. ENROUTE FOR KERYH'E OYERSEAN Phone 1717 THE ATLAS Transfer BAGGAGE EXPRESS COAL C. O D. Office at Frank Miles' Shoe Store. Residence Phono 1039 DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St What the Press Agents Say Canada's Cosmopolitan Army-an Indian, a white mini and a negro in a recent Forestry draft, traveling In a train to the point of embarkation. DRUMHELLER MINES ARE IDLE DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Off lea-C. P. R. Freight Shed* PHONES Office ........... 11B3 Stables .......... 1064 Hemin's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel Reports* received from Kdmonton Htato that the North Alberta branch of tho patriotic fund has announced that dependents of soldiers who are in receipt of aid from tho patriotic fund nre practically assured of an extra amount monthly on account of (he increased cost of living. A'.statement lias also been made that the age limit for children will he increased to 10 for boys and 17 for girls. The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PASSENGER CAR Stand: Palace Confectionery Phone No. 088 Resident Calls, day or niyht, No. 1269. "Meet Me at the Palace" To All Lovers of Beautiful Homes It will be to your advantage to inspect our Sample Books of wall papers. Lowest prices, beautiful colorings. Large assortment, artistic designs. To see is to be convinced. A request will bring them to your home. No obligation to order. Estimates gladly furnished for paperhanging, painting and decorating. Morgsin &� Whittaker 964 11th St. S. 612 7th 8t. Phone 1820 We use no adulteration or substitutes.1 THE HAT STAMPEDE ('Special to tho Herald) Medicine Hat. .Inly 14.-Emery La. Grandeur of Medicine Mat, champion of many stampedes, again won honors as champion broncho buster of Canada at the stampede here. It was a close decision ns the judges wanted Emery and Rufus Rollins of Oklahoma, to ride over again, but Hufus graciously told them ho was prepared to stay by their decision and they gave it to Emery, Yakima Cannutt, the Beau Brummel of cowboy world, won tho championship as bull dogger with an average time for four steers �a closed and other mines ex- > peeled to close down by a ? strike next week, there is a > demand in District So. IS for gone to Ottawa. ? o * ? � * > * : > > ? * ,fi23, representing one-quarter of profits over 7 per cent. Tho total profits over 7 per cent, wore placed at $438,492,'' adds tho correspondent. Ottawa, July 14.-Mr. O'Connor's figures orf the prolits made by cold storage firms have been challenged both by the William navies Company and the Matthew Blackwell Company. The latter wired the premier today as follows: Another Packer's Statement "Have road tn this morning's paper statement given out by W. F. O'Connor giving our prolits on bacon for tho year l!>lti supposed to be compiled from our confidential figures rendered Mr. O'Connor on 'your government authority. The accounting rendered him does not warrant any such figures which are grossly wrong and misleading, and the publication in most unfair and will do serious injury to the packing industry in lessening production of hogs and creating prejudice in the public mind that Is entirely unwarranted and not true to facts. We must ask that correction he made at once and publicity bo givqn as far as the lamentable injustice done us." Every Confidence in O'Connor Mr. O'Connor,-when asked if lie had any statement to make in reply, said he hud none except this: "Anything^ hnW to}' say.te in. my report." '*, * Mr. Crothers was allied if he had any remark lo make. "1 have every confidence in Mr. O'Connor," was his reply. Some of the further disclosures of the commissioner are interesting. V. Burns, Limited, of Calgary, bought 200.000 dozen eggs at six cents a dozen under the market price on the date purchased. Tiie farmers lost on that deal. The firm put the eggs in cold storage and then sold them at ten cents advance on the price of the day of purchase. The eggs were sold, however, at only one cent advance on tiie market price on the day of actual sale. But the Burns firm made 16 cents a dozen on the eggs. The .consumer suffered, and Mr. O'Connor makes this remark: "It is not illegal, but it Js not respectable." Both In Fact "Germany is suffering from a bad drought." "Indeed,! It seems to me she's suffering more from a bad reign." There promises to he a very largo altendanco of labor men at the meeting of the Trades and Labor Council on Monday night to discuss matters in connection with the conscription issue. Telegrams arc being received b>* local leaders from all parts of tho country informing them of steps taken in other cities. Tho action of tho local council is awaited with eager interest by tho public as the part labor men throughout * he Dominion will play cn the conscription questions promises to he a big one. NO TRACE OF DUNCAN SUSPECTS Hardisty, July 13.-Although Detective Brico, of Edmonton, and two of his men assisted by Constable Cartwrigbt o,f Hardisty, scoured the country all day in automobiles, the Calgary murder suspects are still at large and though seen in this vicinity on several occasions, have thus far eluded tho officers. The whole country is aroused and on the lookout for them. They are known to be heavily armed and waii mounted and developments are eagerly awaitod. QUEEN MARY TALKS YV.IT!! THE WOUNDED The original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints, Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st 8t. W., Calgary. rubber stamps Made in Lethbridge by the Herald Job Dept; PHONE J 2 52 AT THE MAJESTIC With wifty lines, clever tunes and graceful dancing, "Flora Bella," this m'.-ihoii's musical triumph direct from Its long run at the Casino Theatre, New York, will fill an engagement of one night only, next Saturday, July 2!mI, at the M�.l"stic. In this ileilghlful lasciualitii; offering will he found a plot that holds tilings together splendidly, singe sc|. lings that satisfy the eye ami a east which makes merry in the mo.-t admirable manner. The scenes of the play lake place in Russia. A princess, without her husband's knowledge, lias been a singer, hut believing that a princess should he cold and dlgnnicd. .�lie forgets Imt old ways and almost loses her husband. She returns lo the cabaret lite just for one nghl. and is discovered there by her husband, who has been driven away from homo by her coldness, and as usual everything ends happily. As for music, there is one dreamy waltz, then there, is a march thai charms fully as greatly, and numerous other solos, duets and concerted numbers that are unusually pleasing. .Manager Cort will send to this city, practically the original Xew York Casino theatre cast, chorus and orchestra intact, affcl the famous Joseph I'r-ban production. Prominent among (lie brilliant cast are Kleanor Henry, Lily Leonhard. Guy J. Sampsell. Irving Brooks, liobt. O'Connor. Josephine Kirkwood. Mortimer II. Weldon, Kate Stout, Adolph Link and Gilgert Clayton. the civil war, in which Barbara saves a Union otilrer, Trumbull. Trumbull! is Invited to Barbara's party, and soon I heiomes the linn of the occasion. Especially is Grandma Barbara pleased j with the gallant young ollicer, and she | beasts that she one" dancd wi'li The- j mas Jefferson, and that be gave her a I flag as a memento. She directs Jiai-Ivira to fetch it. Barbara, in tears, and in a ram:, explains that she tore the Hag because she hated il and hated everything Yankee. The parly ends in disorder wlien Captain Trumbull is invited to cut Ihe birthday rake. The hoys refuse to eat II and leave ;iie house in chagrin. Arlhur l-'rietchle, Barbara's brother, has stolen through Ihe I'nion lines, and attempts |() enter his home, when he is detected by Trumbull. POLISH DEPORTATIONS Copenhagen, July I;'.-According to news reaching here from Germany, Polish members of the Reichstag Interpellated Chancellor volt Hethmsnn-i Kdlweg about the deportation of thousands of I'olisli men and women to Germany, where they are compelled! In labor. Tiie interpellation says this proceeding, which is the ease of tlio Belgians is generally recognized art contrary lo international law, coiltln-U'm and now hoops are being employed to drag victims, from their homes inivibly. 'I'll'- German chancel* lorship pmhihiii'il the circulation in pamphlet form of the Uetc.hstaK spi.....Ii or ill'ii- Selieideinann, Socialist member of tin* Iteicltstag. Ills address u ged jieai'e based oi\ linituit iindrr.'.iaiidlng. Tie" Socialists Inter-|/i'l]a|.r| fm chillli ellor. liointing out. th.M i lie censorship permits pamphlets of opposite tendencies. AT STARLAND Theatre-goers are assured of a rare treat at Starland tonight when six-year-old Marie Osborne appears in "When Baby Forgol," the story of a little girl whose father is innocnlated witli Hie greed of money and whose mother spends her time at social functions. This leads lo a separation. Baby Marie going with her father. Baby forgets the little prayer her mother had taught her ami not even the colored pastor, whose church she invades, can give her the "start" she asks for. So finally worries herself into illness and delirium, which brings about the return of her mother and a happy re-union. It is a splendid pic-lure full of comedy and pathos. On Monday and Tuesday Sessuc llaya-kawa will be seen in "The Bottle Imp" and another of the splendid two-reel Keystone comedies, "Villa of the. Movies," will be shown. The Monument We Erect At your direction will endure for ages. \Yc use only the best . !>. it anil did not feed immediately that wonderfully cjilm, cool sensation thai conies when the itch is taken away. This soothing wash penetrates lIn? pores, gives Instant, relief from I he nicsi distressing skin diseases. .]. I). Iligiiiiiotliain n,'*r^- tf-yJ 11336714 ?27488 ;