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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i PAGE SEVEN T ROUTE But Expected to Recover-Land Changes Hands In District (From Our Oivn Correspondent) Vlnchor Creole, July 17.-Wong Slug, a local laundry artist decided Hint, this was a weary world and today ondeiivorcd to Hluifflo oft thiB mortal coil by the suir.ido routu. Ho ivh� discovered by a customer about 'J o'clock sitting in a cliuir in The ladies of the Rod Cross are in charge of tho refreshments at the Experimental Farm today, tomorrow and Saturday when tho farmers' excursions are taking place. * * * Tho Ladies' Society to the B. of L. F. and E. will moot tomorrow afternoon at. tho homo of Mrs. W. Blrroll, 518 J2th St. B. North, at two o'clock. All members are requested to be present.    : : : : : ? : * : : : > * : * ? RED CROSS NOTES * The following shipment of 2042 articles has been forwarded to Calgary from the Lethbridge branch as the July shipment: 36 day shirts, 444 slings, 150 pyjamas, 18 surgical Btocks, IS housewives, 6 P. property bags, 18 sheets, 24 nurses' aprons, C prs. sockB, 408 towels, 180 pillow cases, 60 many-tailed bandages, 396 T bandages, 156 bath towels, 120 binders, 2 surgical shirts. MRS. WILL SCOTT, Chairman Packing Committee. Mr. K. IT. Rylands Ief(, yesterday to visit relatives at Cardinal, out.    Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gullbault have; return id from a motor trip to Summit, B.C.  �  Mrs. C. J. Dobson of Toronto. Is visiting her son, Mr. R. II. Dobson and Mrs. IJobson.    Mrs. R. T. Brymnor and children and her mother, Mrs. Stewart, left on Monday to spend several weeks at the coast. �  > Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Saunders returned on Tuesday night from a motor trip through the Cypress Hills to Shauua-von, Sask.    Miss Mary Jones who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Layton, leaves tomorrow morning for her homo in Minneapolis.  *  Mrs. Maxwell's section of tho Relic-kalis will moot with Mrs. Reid, 1201 Cth avenue north tonight at S o'clock. All members arc requested to attend.  * - Rev. F. Andrews and Mr. C. S. Farrow have returned from Edmonton whero they attended the Christian convention. Mr. Farrow stopped off at Trochu with his son, Glenn, for a few days on his way home.    Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McCready who havo been spending their honeymoon on a motor trip through tho mountains from Glacier Park to the Winde-mero valley, will return to tho city tomorrow night.    Mrs. R. H. Dobson entertained yesterday afternoon for her sister-in-law Miss Violet Dobson of Toronto, who is spending a month with her. The guests brought their knitting and a pleasant afternoon was spent on the lawn. Mrs. Menzies assisted the hostess in serving refreshments. In District Court this morning bo-fore Ilis Honor Judge J.-icKson George l'assmoro of Bow Island, i Mine. Petrova. Hep present role is that of P'Tsis ('allot, daughter of a millionaire on tho verge of financial ruin. In order to reinstate him, she marries Willie Ihislee, whom die does not love. Before her marriage, she meets ('apt. Forbes, an army officer on furlough, and their affair gets, mirier way almost immediately. The upshot, of the whole situation is that I'ersis and Fusion are divorced, and the lovers are left to each other. MINNESOTA TO PROTECT ELEVATORS St. Paul, July 17.-A statewide movement to protect Minnesota elevators and other foodstuff repositories from firo ami other hazards was launched here today. The plan includes the organization of state field agents of various insurance companies in a conservation association. AT THE MAJESTIC "Flora, poll;!,"' a Russian musical comedy novelty, hook by Felix Doer-iiiunu, revised and adapted by Cosmo Hamilton, and Dorothy Donnelly, ly- rics by Percy Waxtnan, and scoro by ('�hark-:; Cuvlllier and Milton Schwarz-iild, under thn management of John Cort, wijl be served in threo completo and appetizing courses at the Majestic on Saturday night, coming from Its long run at. the Casino Theatre, New York. Few musical comedies or light operas of the past decade can compare with "Flora I'.ella" which was constructed with one point In view- pleasing entertainment, and in this | the authors and composers have been | highly successful. The score Is unquestionably the most, catchy, tuneful and pleasing heard with a musical at tract ir... EVER-READY AUTO LIVERY PHONES Day - 1809 Ninht - 716 WE'RE ALWAYS READY Anchor-Donaldson Line Canadian Service Comfort and Economy. Large Modern Steamers. Prepaid Tickets issued at Lowest Rates. Full information from any R.R. or S.S. Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man., Phone M. 5312. 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phone Sey. 3199 DRAYING Phones 1345 "or 1350 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Shed* PHONES Office .......<.... 1163 8tables .......... 1064 FOR SALE OR TRADE CHEAP 20 head of good young sound horses and mares from 1300 to 1700 lbs. Some good matched teams. These horses are all well broken and ready to go to hard work. Can be seen at i Lethbridge Sale and Feed Barn 184-4 3 C a a -Sum Vision....... Hearing....... Anaemia....... Skin......... Teeth.......... 268 or Tonsils .. ... .. . Ex. Eye...... Heart......... Deformities .. .. Goitre......... Enlarged Glands . O Ch 52 or 6.9 8 or 1.05 3 or .39 1 35 9S or 11 21 or 2.7 8 or 1.05 to o P co 33 or 3 or o o s � a -2 � o o 10 74 or 21 30 or 8 4 or 1.1 7 or 2 3 or .8 2 or .5 5 or 1.4 2S or 2 or .5 3 or 1.8 1 75 or 26 45 or 16 3 or l.S OW Hi 20 or 12 4 or 2.4 74 or 45 34 or 20 2 or 1.2 2 or 1.2 K co 11 or 16 1 or 1.4 NOTICE it Mrs. J. Unsworth has opened a Grocery Store At 1620 2nd Ove. A..N., where a full line of Groceries and Fresh Fruit Will be Sold. 18-1-2 Hcmm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PAS8ENGER CAR Stand: Palace Confectionery, Phone No. 088 Resident Calls, day or nluht, No. 1269. "Meet Me at the Palace" 13 or 1.7 a or 1.1 We did not get as many students attended to from Galbraith and Hardiovilloj schools as we should have; the reason being that while examining these schools this spring a great many wero out with measles and chickenpox. In comparing this report with those of other years I find improvement in many of tho diseases, but still the Improvement is not what it should be by any means. It is not time yet to got results from the work that the nurses havo been doing this year among the parents. Tho result of this work will be seen next year. Tho nurses have been doing a good work among the parents ami havo got a good many of thorn interested in their children from a medical point of view. Judging by tho largo number of replies received from the notices sent out, I am lead to believe that a grout many of the children havo already been attondod to. Tho greatest difficulty wo have had this year is to got the children's teeth 2 or .5 3 or 1.08 5 or 1.8 and 1 or 38 or 50 9 or 1?. 1 or 1.4 1 or 1.4 I am sorry to say that we cannot put the blame on anyone. I am in hopes that this will be rectiiied before another year for a great deal of good work can be done in this direction. The nurse has beon troubled with a few parents, as they think they are fully capablo of looking after their children without advice from anyone elso. I suppose this is to be expected. One thing that is very noticeable in tho schools this year is tho very clean condition of the children, and this Is seen in schools where you least expect it. I wish to thank all of the teachers for the interest thoy have taken in the work, which has made it much easier for tho nurse and myself, I hope that the above report will be satisfactory to you, the board, but if any other information is needed 1 will bo only too pleased to give it if possible. D. A. TAYLOR, M.D. Medical Inspector of Schools AT THE EMPRESS "Sunny Jane," tho first of the Jackie Saunders pictures for release through the .Mutual Exchanges, is being shown at the Empress. It is tho first of a series of six five-reel productions. E. D. Horltheimer, who presents this series through special arrangement with Mutual, is authority for tho statement that all tho resources of his gigantic studios are behind this series and that, consequently, photography, direction, stage settings, costuming and enactment will ho of the very best. Jlr. Ilorkhelmer liimseit terms the series "The Pictures Beautiful." The story deals with the fortunes of a young country girl, who is endowed with a remarkable imagination which causes her to tell romantic tales in which she herself is always the centra! figure. The hero of tho story pays her way at boarding school and eventually marries hor. The characterization of tho story is very good. OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE At Wilson's Auction Galleries, Doin. Block On SATURDAY, JULY 21 AT TWO P.M. The following: Solid oak hall rack; 1 large screen, hand painted; several heavy upholstered arm chairs & rockers; morris chairs; grass chairs and rockers; fumed oak chiffonier; brass bed with, coil spring; sanitary couch and mattress; 1 couch upholstered in leather; 1 drawer table; 1 Edison phonograph and records; 1 solid oak writing desk and hook case combined; 1 roll top desk: 1 singer sewing machine; 1 automatic drop head sewing machine (seamstress); 1 kitchen cabinet (Maple Leaf); congoleum ruga in various sizes; 1 Wilton square, almost new; 1 wardrobe; 1 clothes chest; large quantity of linoleum; 1 music cabinet; 1 magic lantern and slides; baby hammock; 1 gas range, almost now; 1 6-hole range with high closet and hot water connection; 1 4-hole stove; 1 sot solid oak diners, upholstered in leather. NOTICE-My Auction Rooms are nice and cool and you will not be troi.bled with heat here. I will also offer for sale one high grade upright piano, subject to a low reserve bid. Please be prompt as we will commence almost immediately on the heavy furniture. TERMS CASH GETTING TROPHIES. London, July 18.-Sir George Per-ley, Canadian overseas minister of militia, has taken : steps to secure Canada's full sharo of war trophies which are now being collected by tho British authorities on the western front. Painting: Decorating Morgan 904 11th 8treet 8. & Whittaker 612 7th Street 8. Plionc 1820 Autos Painted Paperhanging GROCERY SPECIALS PHONE 1766 Pure Food Specials for Friday and Saturday 20 pound sack of B. C. Sugar and one bottle of H. P. Sauce ^ 2JJ Roger's Syrup, In glass sealers. Per jar ................. 35c Corn, 2 tins for........... 35c Cash only Jam In 4 Ib. tins. All flavors and mixed with apple. Per tin 60c Pink Salmon, 2 large tins for 25c Jelly Powders, 3 pkgs. for.. 25c Som Mor Biscuits, In packages, 2 pkfli. for .............. 25c We carry the largest assortment of biscuits in North Lethbridge. Rolled Oats, 8 Ib. bag........80c Quaker Oats, per pkg.....25c St. Charles, Friday and Saturday only, 2 tins for......25c Peas, per tin .............. 15c Oranges, per doz. 25c, 35c, 40c Peanut Butter, bulk, per Ib. 30c Pure Raspberry Jam, In 4 lb - tins .................... 75c Creamery Butter, 2 lbs. for.. 85c Lentels, 2 lbs. for..........26c Perfect Sealers for Preserving. Quarts, per doz.........$1.50 Pints, per doz. .......... $1.25 ATTHEORPHEUM 'What Will People Say!" is the fea-turo at the Orphoum tonight. This drama of modern society, based upon a Rupert Hughes novel, deals EMPRESS NEXT SAT. NIGHT Only JULY 21st THE MOST NOTABLE MUSICAL COMEDY OFFERING IN YEARS THE ORIGINAL NUMBER ONE COMPANY COMING FROM ITS LONG RUN THIS SEASON AT CASINO THEATRE, NEW YORK. S U P I N A & S ON 230 THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Extra! Extra! Extra! Gen. Pershing's Arrival in France Wednesday and Thursday At Every Performance This marvelous picture shows every detail from the arrival of Gen. Pershing's shTji to his address to tho seething multitude in the streets of; Paris. First authentic moving pictures of the tremendous ovation which Paris accorded the famous American General. NO ADVANCE IN PRICE 13oo* 13* /Hi* Doerman. Ivricjt by rfutic 'and 'T^il/on'^cfivarjiuSS'd With another John Cort Cast of Broadway. Favorites, Including ELEANOR HENRY, GUY SAMP8EL, IRVING BROOKS, LILY LEONHARD, ADOLPH LINK, MORTIMER WELDON, EDWIN O. MEYERS, GILBERT CLAYTON, KATE STOUT, JOSEPHINE KIRK-WOOD- MONJO AND GOULD-AND The most fascinating' chorus coaxed from tho "Great White Way" in years. Special Augmented Orchestra Company of Seventy People PRTfP�l� LOWER FLOOR ..................... $2.00 and $1.60 X IMljliO. BALCONY...... ...............$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c SEATS ON SALE AT HEDLEY'S NOW ;LAST TIMES TONIGHT MOLLIE KING IN "BLIND MAN'S LUCK" Pathe Gold Rooster Feature LATEST WAR WEEKLY "SCHEMER SKINNY'S SCHEME8" COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENT8 KATHLYN WILLIAMS WITH THEODORE ROBERTS . And a 8plendld Company In THE COST of HATRED Also "HOOEY HEROES," Comedy Special Saturday Matlnes for th� Children TONIGHT "FRIDAY AND SATURDAY METRO Pictures corporation Presents Wonderful MME. PETROVA In ."What Will People Say" A Metro Wonderplay of Modern Society In 8 Acts by Rupert Hughes. Weekly, "Giants of the American Forests."/Last Chapter of "Liberty." ' MPRESC Jackie Saunders in 'Sunny Jane9 I TONIGHT The first of the Jackie Saunders Series of Mutual Pictures. In five mte. A ' ONLY cheerful, sprightly tale, carefully produced, skillfully enaetoe). 41 647907 ;