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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1910 THE LRTMDnmGE DAILY HERALD PAr.R NINE E But Jinny Arc Coming To I.elh- Enlptlain 1 Motor Leaguers CIVom Our Own CAIIUSTOX. July a recent lucelliig ol tho citizens ;ol lield iu the courthouse, [t M at decided uuaniatously to celebrate Feace al Cardston, chiefly Iir.lhc o.t Hie youue. .Mr, William [or. soltcflor for (tie Luv.'n, u'as cb'oneu us general chairman of tiio Peace Day committees. Lcth'jrldgo marlo a. very splendiJ offer to the citizens ami lo Ibe banil o- lo go (bore, but It nas felt thai so few could nvftll themselves ot tho op- portULlly, aul OK account ot the pre- itillng weather cocdlttooa .and out- looks for Iho U was decided iviie celebrate allhuufh i num- ber tUemfleHes us Intending to go to -Wl'udlns IbJ bji-rMl Borne ol the vet- frana. Thursday at S o'clock office of Mr. J. Y. Card, Cdatau- qua meeting will foe held of all Ibe Ctiaulauqua guarantors, to arrange Tlnn) details for the splerxSU ireel a? entertalnmcul vfatch U coming to cheer Ibo sad hearts ot tho entire o U.S. HAS NOT DECIDED TO IKTERVENE IN MEXICO WASHINGTON. July A3 slstaril Sect-clary Long of tnQ elate department tndfty formal- If denied recently pub llshed lu Eoutb American newe- (avert thai the United SUUes had upon policy of armed biterionlloo lu -Meilco. The state department hai not 'been advlEed of source ol reports. CO .Do you realize that your best salesman .is ;a'jnpdern up to' date store-front jWetal Store-Front'Constriction. cooiniunUy- I Mr.' J. B. Harris baa returned 'after b two-weekt1 IniVfEess trip to Seattle. Oregon and Idaho. Mr. rushed to the. local hospUU (rom his under care ot Or. H. p. Stacpoole. U te thought that hU con- dllloa nil a HlUe improved thta morn- ing. Miss A. C- Sbcxin. whcj has had of tbe loca.1 bcaplul for the ,paal year, has gune on her holidays. and E. Jensen, of Aetna, IE temp- i orarilr ta charge, sareral pal- Icnl3. ilrs. Allcf llaker Kolsom, one of Lhe former nurses at the opening of the ij.uQy. doJJiK. epecial duly In Ihe care of Mrs. O'Nlel. ot Del Bon I la, who la 111, The burning queetlon of the day la hay. t The'-U.K.A. and slock men ol tbe district held a 'meet'iciE in" the lo'discuss this point and ear or to keep Individual farmers froni" 'sacrlJtcIng' their flock3 and maXe arra.ngemenU for the satisfactory martellng at uae. 'In Ihe minds of most of lie etook Comfort Clothing will add lots to every man's enjoyment on that day. KEEP CQOL-Plenty of Comfort Clothes to select from at this store Look at These Suits at to They are all guaranteed garments, sold with our guarantee as to fil.. The manufacturer'.s guarantee as to cloths and wearing qualities. .STRAW HATS AND PANAMAS In a ynVlcly ot styles ana Panama HaU to COOLUNDERWEAR alylc Unrterwoar in nainsook and TIOT- o nn Prices 'lo 4.UU nnd Usle ComhinationB, mlclo v. ilh cither1 abort or long Elecvos; to Light Wool Combinations to Silk up White duck and flannel trousers, to Outing Shirts attached, prices to SILK SHIRTS Cluett make in fancy stripes to Silk Skirts in plain colors, with col- lar attached and separate collars, pric- es and Canvas Shoes, wkite and tu, price Bathing Sorts to Soft Coflars in a large variety of the newest shapes, prices 25c to 50c, Coatless Suspenders......'. 50c L'men Coflars price 1 lot of Men's' Linen Collars, odd sizes, to clear ISc Store Open Until 9 Q'clock Friday Night Closed All Day Saturday Appear At Your 1( you ifctlve a luJJen ip la- on ffd con- I flfant of tlwwi arwulni I it your fctiL In tel a few nomcoU i) ftnfcrs If jonr a fcpndtifcfl? pure, connexion ItU U Ori9nfal JEream In Men's Hot Weather Appa For PEACE DAY CELE- BRATION McKelvie THE''2" M'S McGuire Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta, vBJQJjk Lethbridge into and farmers, the eeason Is one to promote vigilance. Mid DO! excite- ment, which entalla low. The recent exammaiionj bald un- der the direction of tlie'Tororilo Con- seTTalory of MUB.C, of Hie pupils ot Mrs. Ulllan Smttli, wo are very pleas- ed to report thai 100 per cent, of item piswd. Miss Wary Jessen pasilng wllb bouore. Mrs. Smith herself took her eliminations successfully and ob- tained her degree oJ L.T.C.M. Tbla le Tfery commendable, and the town la yroud o( her acconipllshiuQDte. Good Roarfs y 3fr. A. IA ol Ihe Domijiinn Trail with tie .town council last evening, Yitb projiQa-- 9.1-to mark the raad to.Glacier ark antl Waterloo LaXes Park, efiecteJ. Tbc IjakOB IE.'marked vvl'K a while ine roan .'frpm via and Caraston and -Tiv'In lo'.Glacter NatloiiaJ 'liluc. It commendable ,pjat are .Indebted lo ib'brrdge', Motor Club iii.a large degreev'for 'tils' sj.lendld mbvemenL It" inoana .good11 roadB, ivhlcji Ihe rlcb and poor aUhe, farmer and business ail appreciate (o the fullest.ex- tent. U IB probable that the li will uodertalce Ihe selling of Lba po between Cardston and the Glacier tJonal Earfii as Us contrlbuUou wards tho splendid movement which so' inady .lUpusaulls of tlol- lliroveli the uiotor made to en- Icrlaln.llie. Alberta League on fn llicir Irip lo We are Tor obtaining ribeir annual out Ing by way oi Cardston'Lo the iJi A moTing picture, man who 4iM' atj company them will undoubiedly-lafce pictures thTOughput the town aa aa on the road to the Lakes and. the part, whlle-'-it is eiyccteil Iba premier of the provincs tue minister of. public will accorn pany the motorislB., Welcome, brotti ers! PARIS, July Vienna dispatch o the Temps aays that Commuci- ts proparlbg to repeat on July the efforts made la April and June o overthrow the Austrian govern- ment Soviet Desert BUDAPEST, July Offlcerc of IB soviet army are deserting whea- ver they find tie chance to do BO. 'ha armed forces apparently are lowly disintegrating. Almost the en- Ire etr corpi has abandoned the army. Hela KCQ, the soviet leader, Das rbken oft with nearly all tbe, si headers. He haa told Slgtuund CUD in. minister ot education, ami rJ that he is tjred of IryJng to ride Socialist-.and .Communist horses at be same tlmo. ;S7 Ju.lXy aentallves of'the "military. govern misnl are-conferring here- today ove the" completion of arrangements gar ding the transportation of nilliUry dependents, who arriv here in tbe course of Ihe neit oclhs. It was decided that it a .wife cam the same.-vesBel "witS" h'er hu a'ctrpmpany him fo: Tfard.on_Lhe same train. Othcrwlsi Ihe' dejiendenl will not "be lorwarde on thfc trains, .but on Ihe regi Jar trnlns or specials; Mlempl Likely To Be'Mnde On Soviet Officers Desert McCormick' Works Closed Till Men Conie Back AL Old The Farmer-Banker Alliance CHICAGO, July Ten Ihonsand umployeca of Ibe McCorraick Reaper rks, of the Com ji any, are lacked out -today is a result of the closing ol the plant for an Indofinite period, due to a. strike wbf cb bc-ffan last The-. men, although tiey. have. not presenied-vtbclr ate eatd to want- a '44-hoar week 'and a1 -cjoaec shflp, -v _: th'e.iaen' want a clOBeil -ehop Lhey It said Ralph "Brooks superintendent of. Ite McCormlck works. "They will have all the clo abop they want, for the plant closed anJ is going to remain closed until Hie men back to -work under the condiUona they have. Trouble on Chicago Railways CHICAGO. July 17.-- A Unlaiive :of- iv oi an increase in wage 6 -was made today by. officials of the surface ;and elevated street railway, linen; in- -the hope ol averting a Blrike of thejr 000 employees, baTe .itreltened" to walk out unle 9a: of 37 cents an upur.- Increase would is said, on condition that tho aUte'board public utiliHea glyea-rthe traction coinpanies perbiissJon to increase fares lo a point covering "the al labor cost. In the arations ara going forward for' laklng a strike vole by Ihe employees tomor- row. E At tho oily police court Uila.'mora Ing A. Lcssard was tlncd 15 and costs' for using ,1 number plate oh a car other than it was issued lor. The hearing of the charge him [or standing street car In his auto was adjourned until.Monday, the At the same court August. Krnppa, arrested by the Mounted for felling" to. report under IherAMen Act, waa fined (20 and costs." The tine was Bubsequenlly reduced The case Orrille McCann ir'failtnff to reporl under.the Military Service Act waa adjourned to- Mon- day. BREAD DELIVERY MEN TO HAVE DEMANDS PROBED OTTAWA, July minister cf labor Ins a of conciliation to dcnl .with toe dispute betvrrfen about 20 master bakers of Toronto and thfllr bread drivora. There are about COO men directly and 800 Indirectly Involved In trio dispute. TJie men were on strike, but have now gono back to Almost as good with condensed mi Ik as fresh rnilk sometimes more handy; POST nstructiong As To Formal .Ad- dresses Are Given Out At Ottawa OTTAWA, July" 15 .officially announced pfesen- allon ,lo His Royal, the ?rince' of hla visit'.lo CanHna should begin as follows: T6 His Royal Highness, Edward Al- bert.Christian George Andrew Patrick >a'via, Prince ot Wales aud Earl ol peerage of IJiiko. of, Cornwall, in tho peerage of England''-.'-puke ol Rolbe lay, Earl ol Carrlck and VJaron ot Ren rew, In the 'peerage of Scotland; Lord of the tales and steward of Scot- anil, K.O., O.M.M.O., M.C, etc.; etc. May It please.your royal nighneaa, etc.'1 Addresses should end as follows: "We haye the honor'to be, sir, "Your royal highness' moat ohedloul seryants." Drafts of ndflresjes which shouli not ordinarily exceed four paragrnphs in length, should be sent In not later than tie Aueust, (o the f ernor-general i secretary', Ottawa. RI3H NATIONALS (PEEVED AT- FRENCH DTJDUN, Jnly Irish' Na .lonal Asapciallon, composed largely of follower's o( tho lalo John nedmond Vlio fought.dil'Hng..tho: Sccfdei today''ih'at1 Its members no march.'M'h llCe, "victory "tn' Lori don-on Salurflay. It has been ah Ihcr wpald par llclpate In .celebration and many htiil iircii' tlielr njimcfl, promising a1 lendnncc, change of attitude I was' iaUvwai-. made known aftc Vlacount French, Lord-Ueutennnl o Ireland, said "in a telegram lo.Co Wlnslori. Spencftr Chkfrchlll, secrete: of stale tor tile he (Vlscoun French! would "lake the salute alon with of the Irish goycrnmeT and In reviewing In liarale. GERMAN PBOFE930R DIES You go to your lawyer for legal advice; foi' tha doctor for medical cdvlca; why not The Merchants Bank forficandal advice I If you want a loan to buy cattle, hogs or you ivant information as to how to invest to those who make a business of financial matters, end in a position lo give you sound and impartial advice. THC MERCHANTS BANK R. J. DINNING, OF CANADA.; '.'LETHBR1DGE KtBaiAai.Monucil NobMci Established 1864. Miniger. FARMING TheFaj-mer, quite-as much as tbe Mer- clvaut and! Manufacturer, should conduct his affairs in ;a business-like manner if he is to succeed ail id prosper. Fanucijs shpuld avail themselves of the aid of thisBajik in tranoacting their business. Do not to discuss your problems with us. will be assured of sympathetic consideration. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE LETHBR1DGE BRANCH' WARNER BRANCH! MILK RIVER iRANCHt R BRANCH R: T. BRYMNER, J. H. S. GORDON, Man.gtr brown vr; plain grey tweed, tern fittipg Holiday Regular brown- check tweed, form 540.00 Regulai- grey checlc' belted r'i, Holiday Regular brown Iweed Regular grey, check1 Regular grey check Holiday; Special V. OOP 'PANTS Regular Holiday Special at i Regular 1 1 .QO Holiday Special at Regular Holiday Special at S.Qfl .Regular. Special-at Regular Holiday. Special at '5.00" Regular Holiday Special at Regular Holiday Special at Regular Holiday .Specif at MFW5 Qllif Q14IPTQ o (jiJLiy. prolix 1 O Regular heavy silk, assorted Holiday at Regular I heavy silk, assorted Holiday [Special at f5Q.; Regular heavy silk, assorted Holidayf Special at 8.08 Regular heavy silk, assorted stripes-r a.f 5.QQX reversible HolidaT Special 4.75 Regular a peca Ian or or blue arid! white---1 '4.25. Men's Cotton pair Men's :VV Suinmer Underwear B. V. D., Balbriggan: Corhbinations, reg. Tor .BalbrigganiCombinations, reg. for j. F ;