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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD JULY 1917 COMPANY 11MITH mm From Oyr Own CorrtswndeaO July MM who was taken to the Call last Weekhas undergone an From Our July impressive services were held on Saturday atter Jioon over the remains ot who died In the Van Haar hospital in Bishop Karker The speakers were Pope of Woodruff and Bishop paid tributes to the and character of Mrar The best thing was said gf her that could he said of any She was one of the best ever The choir rendered follow ing sdectlons Hark from afar a funeral Sistor thou wast mild and Unveil thy besom faith ful and grave where is thy Miss Torollngoa singling the Btnghtm leaves to mourn three daughters and three all residing in A namber of relatives and friends of Bjrigham motored from Taber and MedicineHat to attend ser vices on A number of Masrath peopleare f their holidays at Waterton Cars leave day loaded with The Hehlng er left oh Friday Among them were Riy Knight of fand Henlng Misses Pearl and and Dead Soldier Memorial were op Sunday afternoon In Assembly Hall In honor of Private LeRoy Har was killed in June Harkert the speakers poke wonis of consolation parents Mayor and Bishop cflolr rendered the foUcTw to and Orson Bridge sang the dry Prftmte Harris was born In Utah in IW1 and toMagratrirwith his years He has always been young1 man whom everybody was a diH grat wccfef school for a number of Hams a musi cian andwas always on hand when joined the13th Mounted 1 arriving in England i to the Prtncsss Pats wherehe and a othir ifagratti have been unl in May when they were tak en to Franceand were in tbe Irench fs only a short time when Mer car was woundedarid Roy Harris was BO doublin tie same boys always been the t of friends and very devbtol to Y enjoyable afternoon was i Friday at the of Glbn waen the Glbb family held their U tho is one ofMigraths Oral sellers He came to America in 1877 ani ifred in Otah for a number of years before came to Gthl 4s a town councilman and a Patriarch In the Mormon has had a and harness shop here foi a number of The afternoon was to playing and a nice program was A sumptuous dinner was par of the program The hteiir a genlologica and his gnaMnchtcr Mr Glbb tsu S grandchildren and 2 great All of tbe descendants hen three In Utah and who It sow In tha operation eipects to be home again In a short Since the organization of the Red Cross society iu this district in March lt40 articles have been sent forward Ip in addition to of That this work has beenap preciated Is shown In the following extract from a letter written to the local branch Vy the provincial super intendent el supplies The work which are sending from this branch is a most welcome addition to our shlpmens and we would JIke to thank all your members per squally for the trouble which they are taking with these and trust that you will as far as possible do this for have been asked to publish this extract iu order that the workers that the work of each one Progress is being made on the build ing ofthe Abernethy has theoob in Albert FIrlh of West Leth has been seriously ill this Frth motored to Blair more andcaught cold ou the return find McLennan of Wesl Lethbridse ara rejoicing over the arrival of a baby boy on Ladies1 Aid held its regular monthly business meeting in the church on Wednesday afternoon when a number ot interesting matters were The Red Cross treasurer has receiv ed the following subscriptions DeHert 510 MacNellj 15 each 3 each Rath R Ma W Misses Grace and Glory 2 eSch VcRae each Mor Jl The society is arranging for a Ig dance which will ba held on Aug ust Prior to the a ball arne will be put on and a challenge s being sent to one of the outside eaois which Coalhurst is hoping to The of managers of Mat hews met on Sunday are being made to bring ha two congregations into closer touch with each other and a joint con rregatlonal meeting will be held abort y ai phases of the workwill be j Tha crops district arestif erlng badly from the continued Grain is heading out through but the headsare small and the straw will be very hort Raiiiis badly needed and car anners are anilougly looirfuB for Sour correspondent has interviewed i largenumber of the farmers in this Istrict and all of them tell ths same Rain In a few days ave the situation in the majority of cases but the stubble crops need a lot if mplsturel i v Denis Ryerdon bai resigned his posl ion teacher of the West Lethbridge Consolidated His successor yet been Heap Is spending a holl day at ENGLANDLOOKSIO Jnly Ixird British food oa to the Canadian food control which llanna announced in address last night was as follows to the resources and to the Jndomftsbta energy of for an answer that wilt Germanys threat of starva tion In normal times the mother Country Is dependent on your Domfn for a part of food snp that depen cy to tuch an cxttnt thatit Is now l tor the Uaitfd Kingdom and the in Emops tc Jrcru food in far larger qoantltlM th Siutfer That neoMMrflr entail effort and farreach f with theft attendant sac on the part ot ELI LIKE MH Ute Tttf Wy to Snr It U with great pleasure I lo tell you of the tntjils 1 received froa Ukinf Fmiti For I was a dreadful sufferer from Heid was miserable In evWy Nothing li the way of medicin ea seetueJ to help Thoa I Fruitatives and the effeirt wai After taking one I feel like a new to luve relief from Ihoso sickening a 6 for trial At aUdealersorsect postpaidtgr Fraifc alivH of the houseof In the Is a dovout member of the as is Justice Lain ar of the United Elates supreme court and many others of equal General Lew author of Ben was another enthusiastic er for the Other veil known present day authors who might be mentioned are Harold Bell Wright and Peter McFarlanei both Many great schools and colleges aro maintained by the which rauk with the worlds The largest Sunday school In the world is that of the Oatitort Christian late HerbertMonlnger inaugurated a teacher training course in the of which he was out of which has grown the world famed which has been adopted churches of all and which has boosted alone Stmday school work most While the church has not reached the great growth la Canada that Sit has attained Inline United its increase his been steady and as the missionary society reaches bnt to as sist the weaker churches and help the work proceeds with earn est Speakers at the contention includ ed Clurke of Tiyan of Presi dent Cory TheLeth bridge An drews and MOT1NG PARIS IDE Our Own July Tur is home on a after which be will return to Sarcee Cain proceed overseas with a commaul ot Many molorltig parties from the kre visiting Albfrla this coking over our great wheat wild a view to Last week p flining party left eod with Bearer Creek iu view as heir tbe day was and the car appeared as when wo approached the the car refused climb the Aflfr short coolfagcwe started1 again ou our arriving at Dunbars ranch in time til spread the provisions out of the midday This is one ot the oldest ranches on Olsen and in fact fn ttie Ounbar claims to have been the first settler in part of the and has best horses and cattle la ibe and is riciled on the creek Iu such a place that a traveller would stumble on He Is protected from which held Is Alberta convention in Edmonton week has a unique position in Uie Christian and nnraners among Its members many of the fore most and prominent men women ot and the United Organized over a hundred years aio by Alexander the grat reformer Bible the church has experienced a wonderful growth and today stands f6urth nu merically fn the Untied Dur ing tbe last ten years the religious of the government show the growth In to be by far the largest of any religious What church stands for summed ap In hy Jaroei the yred president ot Ibe United who was a minister of In the earlf days Where the Bible we apeak where the Bible Is we are silent The Restoration as the beginning of the present day ormrch was o remedy the evils ot the then terrih 7 diriiei condition of Uie denomina In their search fora common ground for the werS remladed by Campbell that duly names and Mailmade creeds and ritu anil substituting he Scripture as their sole could the branches of the church itni conmoii for unloni When the purpose of the Acre mont began to bo Chirli tlan people Sverywherj began to aulfe with the bodjrjn large numbers and the jlmpk Biblical teachings found ready olknreri In all the forbears of Eagtands noted uoyd wero of the primitive and Lloyd George a devont dlsclplt at an early A late dispatch London tell j of the marrlaie of rte premiers rtangbtfr In a small chapel near That chapel a Champ ipeakef Dunham received notice this morning that at the National Conven tion of the Modern Woodmen of AM recently held he had been aa provincial lec tnrer for the province As was not and had no knowledge that his name would be usedin this his appointment position in the iraa quite a surprise to The order of the Modern Woodmen o jVmerlca Is the largest fraternal life insaraoce the and there are many active camps in this RELIGIOUS July beginning of Ibe fourth year war will be sig nalllzed In Great Britain by important notably a great religious inter cession service in 1ondon at which King George and Queen Mary willbe present and a in London when Premier Lloyd Gtorge will inaugurate of the na tional vrariairns committee In portant the winds no matter whkh way they While a suiall amount of he te istsleVto have his stock on his own and other land tbnt supplies u vast amount of Jooks aJter hrs stock and ptldea himself in that he can always hiiadle his young as they are always Leaving Clsen we crossed divide to the valley Beaver Creek and followed tho stream up Ip Jerry Paisleys You have uot Beaver Creek unless yoa been it The party found Paisley and finable to re ceive even uut he gave them Hrtviisaibn to fish ou Ufa Each one armed with afishing and started and when Ihey were not busy driving away fibs they were theresull belug that were less fish in tho stream when they left the and the sUe and weight of the I rout caught differs from any party who had ever tried their but cant tell how many got Is spending a few weekswith While at Glei INCREASE FOR MEN July en plgyccs of the Rock Island and 1aclQc railroad receiving less lhan a month havo been granled a 10 wage aiv nounced Approiltaately 3500 employees will be AVIATOR KILLED July Sierre QuIasonaS a French was ed on the aviation Held at when tho propeller of a lauding ma chine struck und penetrated his Two friends w6re ECT1QTS3 iTOVE TWVTMI wm B a TOT famty flOWQ 90 fflort tmd TbedoctorstbouAt 1 had hwt and me fir it but I DO benefit of HCTCTS dies a iricndwbo kid Men for taoftn prOTcdtnllrdy succmtul tod I at once got tbe Tavorile PrMcrip fcu I took botUo Wicker Mrf at the end of three weeks 1 hrely mrerl and hare been well and itronc a Wnxk tmd sffflL T Hopped H aaJ hd K KB one how fpfw didly your medicine lag healed U KUgan The miinty nstoratJTe power 0 Di Pierce1 fttscriptioo man aU womuir to Mid bsck health and itRngtfe to irritable sad extanted It wonderful prtscriptioa only from aod wKk no alcohol ud urcotM to wreck UK K worry itiisij wil bout of M it aowl UTCT eopiea of tbe f pfei Medical tow fa the Urafc at the Wok that mfTOne md md Clean to Sold by Drug Grocers and General FRESH HEATED AIR Follow the arrows and set how heated used only circulates freely around f lie bread and bakes it from all sides Proper oven ventilation prevents This scicntiSc oven should pbce ihs NEW PERrTECTIOX COOK STOVE in your The New Perfec tion takes up ropm and doesnt overheat the The Lonj Blue Chi mney mikes the flame stay put1 wit h no With Rtjralile Ctat Oil lilt ffrut sik yrir miat far fnn 5 la 10 t THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limittd v IN ALLrCmES These dealers sell them Hardware Hayr Hardware Taylor Hardware Consumers Hardware LETHBRIDGE MAGRATH RAYMOND BAY Daily Program for August 16 and 17th Errtranee Fe First Second Final BRONCHO with saddle Wdhoot for 3 KO 2o f for 3 far STEER with Siidle for 3 diyi Without GIRLS RtDINO with saddle S50 Sure I for 3 tTEER HOPING CONTEST Trn BULLDOOeiNC CONTEST I fnt CALF ROPtNO AND TYING PANDINO CONTEST Knljht Sugar Compuny against all 2D Side First final i each fay WILo HORSE RACE tach day WILD STEER RACE A prize of be to one furnishing the worst Knights horses exccpted FANCY for Side made that bronclios cannot be ridden stampede fashion without riders pulling Entrance Second 10 of pirrw EOO RACE an bsfik purit HARNESS pace or trot 10 of purse PUNNING RACE 10 irf purae RELAY RACE 10 of purse FOOT PRICES fieneral Adults Grand Stand 5 Children Children under 10 JPfec ;