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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917 THE "Ckotauqna" sr ar hflre. The Chautsug.ua was an Immune success at Roselown as the ftrires quoted will show; amlely was felt at the start ot the ticket seMes cam ralgn as to Ihe Md_ but the before .tie opening the was oversold by over ?JOO. Tho tingle admission receipts at Ihe twt were Urge and the committee's percentage, together with concession sales, reslli cd and alter defravlnt nil penses it Is anticipated that there wm be a surplus In the neighborhood ol which is to go to patriotic pur- poses. IWVowIng Kkool BUM trcini -tao tbo 'rork EWGOLETT UMTTED TORONTO. ONT. Strong Opposition Shown To Placing Soldiers on Land Without Training Ottawa, Jnly tbe house of far surpassed commons last evening alter Ihe re- tatlond, and the committee and public were delighted. On opening day, Supl. ShnnaVer gave a brief account ot lie Chaulan- oua, morement from lit Inception over tllrts yeara at Lale.Obau- Ellison-White Co.. hare WOT their wiy'Uito the hearts ot the people ef commanltr fn having present- id a series of programs by highly Ul- enled tultiiiliievi Ifcturers no left much for thought, ertat- ani ,lha pleainrable JitUfacrJon of 'iartni beAi delight fally bj some ot the most gtfied talent ottalnable. The Trehto Clef club, four charm tug glrti, who Cumlahtd prelnlsj on .In th.a the same day wltli a Eerie and Imper captivated Ihe vut and! te and truly were treil, aa'd'oomblned'Tii'i lie'mltei 'toon lectniej Heart o< Joh and.lhe.bnm- oronj-reclfah and linperMnatloBS ,o :S. Pja'tt Joiiei.'lt was'felt-that go meajins had bwn ncerred aid wojUi tha prtce .iff ton tickets.' Jones'WM a ot tun On. Friday arlernobn .aid cveniu Rnthven McDonald, Canada's leadln "baritone, was fully up to the staudar 'thlihas won for him world.wlde'fam His'renderings included oratorio, o: eratk, descripllTe. humorous, Scolc Irith songs.' The afternoon" "Th by. J. She Ihe.evening.leclur ot RetVllin'dley.-atxmnded the soldiers' settlement bill re- Jived a second reading and was ,oved Into committee. J. O. Tnrrllf himself on record as absol- opposed lo the principle ol lacing men on Its laud who were ot accustomed to farming. Those relumed soldiers who had been (arm- n before they left might well lako dvantage of the measure bul the bill ed to returned soldiers from any ot the empire. These men had ___.living In large bodies Sat the ast three veers and it was now pro- posed to se'hd them 20, 3d or 40 miles rom the railroad lu settle. He veu- ured to that not one In 60 would mike The country had had experience before In assisting mer- men'-to settle. Most of j thwa had slven up nt Ihe end of a vean wlihbfll being able lo pay a t of tin advances and the mort- gage, companies had liken over the ItiUm of the debl. Hon. Dr. Roche declared that had been recommended by the board. Mr. Turrltf asked it the bill applied to returned soldiers trem India and Dr Roche replied tiat it did not, that It only applied lo the self-governing dominions of the empire. Dr Roche then moved an -amend- ment to the bill that the prtvlleges be extended to als'o who being taber 1J-16 to JUM N'snber of hours spent at school Number ot calU male SK) were sent out (ollowing the superior's esamlnallou. 3M ot these were for defective only, u the School nosrd had not a dentist fcr Uia wort. Dr. Taylor advised us that thuo calls were not neecssary. therefore most ot our attention was nlven to the re- maining 317. In Mine one call was all lial _ec In many others two and sometimes three y.lls_we re nide. We are ptused lo report that 17-1 children hare already had medical or dental attention, 41 others have promhed thla care durlns the holi- daTi. In a nnmber ol the homea they eith- er laid they could not afford to ha've letters lo us as well as peraonal calls, one woman demand- Ing a wrilleu apoloev. We think special menllon should be made ot llardieviile ichool which 13 made ip almost entirely at forelga- Every child was cleau and neat, spent lu makiue calls ul So. was n surprise to us. We visits! hornet, fourteen of them uomes vore beautUully all ot th'va keep a cow. chickens, etc, and thtlr back yards looked as It lhay Sit bees aivept. We look a boy frsii school who inter- LUCKY. HTKIKti (From Our CorrtarcLicnU Lucky Strike, July l.ucky Strike Lodge (4 the Modem Wood- men o! America met Thursday nleM In the lodge roouie -with Venerable Counsel Johu Drownlee Ic tho chair. An lavKatlim hid been ei'.er.ded to sllters and sweethearts o! lUe members atteudeil largely and Joined In the exercises. A mixed program' of aud' recitations was furnished by Mm Sarah Iloru, Roy Whitney. Louis Ilonio, Shorty Manduloff- and John, and- Osborue Nrowntee. A supper served preted for us where they Jld not CDO.j( midnight, followed by dancing, speak English and we had most sat- being furnished by Miss Sarab Isfaclory Interviews with Ihe pcor-'.fc uorn and ilans Olscn. Everybody pronounced It un evening o[ great en- oyment. British subjects before the rar Wo believe Ihe worlc Joue by us Ih'l year will pave the way for. .viioover may follow us and trust that oven net- ter results may be obtained. (Signed) A..M. TlbLEY, Supl. Nurslug Mission. .LA. LIBEP.TE -SUSPENDS Montreal, Jdly Llbcrtc. the anll-ctinscriptlon paper of Tancrcde Sdarcll .'announced Ihal it Is suspending publication In order to give its stair n rest; It also itntcs that It his hat. Ulfftdulty In getting 'paper on accoun Ceo. Look and family liave ]ust re- ha urued tfoi'i a. three thousand Carrlngton'his built a garago ami will auto trip. through" 'ho Dakotas audihanrtl.c the Itcsal car. anil later lown to Minneapolis and back. retl dent In Canada had served dwrrai Ibe war with any oi his majesty's allres. The ajnendment was carried.. Mr. Oliver declared thai In reserv- Ins land for returned soldiers asi In granting'them priority. In such reser- vations, care musl be'taken nol to prejudice ordinary settlements. Dr. Roche declared that such nwenrallons should cot be held loiger than two years. The board': would -he: guided r the number bf'applicants. A, Big Task. J. G. Turriff declared tiat Canada was golug to have a terrific Job and man wai receiving the grant unless he anything done, or Ihst they would see I o[ tho shortage even though it offero a' doctor If tie ailment became trou- (or It. The promise Is made o bleeome. the reappearance of Itio paper jusi be We. were courteously received. in ore election, almost every home, there were three or four people who were slightly In- dignant that they should have to be. toW how lo care for their children or that children were sically perfect Another man warned us aot to set foot In his house agala until liejprtw ol wheat and a few (jusva very lew) were slightly Indifferent One woman wlUiihB best Inlemtlors la the world was down town n'u'y.ng we v tho little'gill for whom they were intend- ed, and whose ejfslght was .de fectlve, was at home keeping house. going to be put to fremendoua ei- pense to look alter' nrturned soldiers without looking after Irom out- elde. Returned soldiers could Lget to Canada easier than id any othw part ol.the empire and without such Iri-. duceoent" would' flock here_ In large nurubere.- _, Dr. Roche declared wcila the duty, ot the Dominion to loot af- ter her own first Nearly a year would be occupied in bringing the men hack Ollawa, July 25. Announcement In malriaf the eiaminatloniof every child in the different schools racn month, as to hygenic conditions, we fonod that rieelwood and Hardlcyllle schools came highest, while Weslmln sler hu been Ihe most dllttcult to clean up, tat at Ihe end of the s'chop term fourteen ol (lie same pnplls'aei home from month to month'with.notes lo lielr.mnthers and directions foe tmllng lie iair, were, still- on ''oir "black Hit." Th'ey did seem" to follow our direction? in a vrny, but were i and during thai: time there would be little immUrritlon. In answer, to a nuch Indigaation was felt .by OL ;v-l I Have'KnowV; c'f hrri cirlcon wort 'was exceedingly ,-Best draft teams In .harness bred v 'is r-in.H.-.-at Ha carv. ReEina, Braa- j In" the evening Olsen (3TB -a splendid elocution prelude, hU resTd- 'tags1 being given with wonderful 'depth.of understanding and force. This by a three 'comedy ____ dba and-Otti'wa'eihlblilons. 'mare -aid foal of lie tgllow tag breeds: .Thgroughbreds, standard breds or Haclney at Toronto and oxhlbllions- "Best two beef animals In the show, bred in Canada, (steers or at Edmonton, Saskatoon and Toronto ex- hibitions'and Guelph winter fair. highest score ra the -'iraaJa, ol ihe North .Jrr tiie'Coamas 'Players..an tulei eating .BtoiT, wilfc a Mtting In the woods in 'JMiaiaiii'jtnebee. I Orn'Monday aflempon, followtog a _____. CHaniaiqtii, Mlsi 'Ada dairy lest, at Yencouver eihibltion and tn.her "Stories From the Ottawa winter fairs. ___'was listened to with rapl pen of three wethers at New -London, ..Quebec and 'eihibltlon, and at Cal- 'mrm her rrairv.--'-- hut It resent. her 'gary. stories. Her lecture Trtlll "Bejl pen-'ot three export hacos ttrc'ln the memory of her audl- 1 hois at Edmonton, Regina and Bran M such-was the proloiiud lm-1 don winter fa_In, also al.Sberbrooke ill n nl ana 'St. John eihlbltions: the evening the orchestra, wtlb "Best egg and poultry eihlblt, soloist, Charlollelown exhibition. "Conditions for cbmpetltloiis for these era as follows: Olive McCormack, an entertainment Ihil suited .all and drew emphatic eipres- of .delight, evidenced by the hearty encores. Each mem- of. tbe orchestra acqullted them- Animals exhibited at one question Dr. Roche ".staled'that a sol- dier could iiot only" ciuallfy for a homestead under thls'acl bul for an- other homestead under the Dominion inds Act. ilr. Oliver though! the government should eiproprlale land near the rail- ways and sell il to the soldiers and leltlefs at fair prices.'. The he laid, _bad the approral of Lord Sbaughaessr. i-' i Sir Thomas 'VvTilte saW lhal it might he necessary some lime to ex- propriate snch tands held by .prjTate. interests. ThlBiwas a matter hid' often been' coniidered, hi could not be nndertaten at pri not poeslbie In finance such an-uudertaaine. J F asked tf the soldier who Uad laien advantage of .the Ontario land -settlezeot scheme-coald also ome under lha federal goreninieii Dr Roche replied he cenid- He tah hat In inch a the EolSlers coul se a portion of o wise out his obligation to. the On arlo (roTernniest aid the remalndr- o Improve hrs farm.. Thomas MacSutt. aald It.wonld 1 he part of wisdom lo pnt.thc soldlere on land near the existing llnds of railways, Better resulls would follow such a policy send them a long distance from the railway even II they get their land for" nothing; The at mothers, on account of_onr forta IB this connection and mai THE -TWO FOR ONE" Tho ball storm a week ago did Mj ol damage lo'thc crops- sround Ihe Slrlka'aoil vicinity uud what tlie hall dld'uol take, tho his douo tho rest. It tho world is looking to Southern Alberto to fill Its bread basket this fall, v.'e -ire afraid It will be Eidlr lacking. Even summer fallowed jand It commencing to burn. but II 'rail could tome, we might ye.t harvest leu to fifteen bushel to tho acre on ait average. Isaac nnd brolber have, bought the t'owsll engine auc ator and we sincerely'hope they wlU have Bon.elhlns to thresh. Ilr. and Mrs. John Powell end fam- ily arc lenvlus for nu'auto trip to the Waterloo l.akcs. Jainpj Cirrlngton and family svc moved to Foremost where Mr- Saxon' Sti. Awake with an Awakening Empire Know thi Waste of War is terrible, but the waste of food in times of .peace is colossal. Rich and poor alike.cat tons of food.that has food v thin useless food breaks down tie so-called eliminating or- gans and depletes the physi- and1- mental powers. Shredded Wheat Biscuit j a process which makes every particie thoroughly digested. It'.', 100 per cent, whole whesit orv .three of these Biscuits inth mint, fnake; meal, supplying .rth'e' 'greatest amoont of energy at lowest with: sliced bananas, 'berries or other in Canada. ALASKA Tbrffl jitht oi giant tmuntaint, gliriers, (jqrds, tetem'.villages and the }uid of iold. W.lch taJujtriM, Ih. glow of llu Cmtac miWa Nonhwud ilocf show are not eligible to again compel for a cup at another show in the cam as'.skilled musicians. Miss ilc-lyear. sang with exquisite grace All anhnals must be bonafid ud was. In eplendld rolce. properly o! oxhlbllor who must be On Tulesday afternoon the Scotch) Canadian cltiien. .toicert party entertained -with a Nn_ ellglbli to w prelude, followed hy-Frimclsl the same cup the second time. labadle, tie ilttid The challenge cup become fchose excellent readings from Dram- the property ot.the exhibitor who win and Service found an apnreela-1 It three, years In succession. 6re A medal Trill accompany the ta the Scotch concert! cup and will-.be retained by the own lavre1 a concert prelnde arter er ot the winning animal. Athens, The'wlnner will retain the cup In bis possession nnlll the follow- ing year- Ten days before Ihe show held by the society at which Iho cup Is won, the holder will be requested to return it to the secretary of the soci- bill was reported from committee and given third reading.; During the preliminaries George McCraney, of Saskatoon, read a tele- gram Irom the Secretary of Tae Be-J turned (Soldiers Association 'of Saa-. kitchewan. stating the settle- ment ol returned sotdlers on the land was being retarded by the delay ta the Issue of patents. He asked Minister of Interior to fecnitaje this matter. Hon. Dr. Ttoche BArared him he would do so. _ hnce' au'dlesue one of tbe great "of the Chautauqua in his imluaie "The Oriental Pa- His recital ol his Ural les- and Confusion. In, Ihe and customs njJrti provoklog. Dora b and: rafarf Jn a and Interesting pls- mn lit tke habits and ciatoms s( (he ot Holy Laid vac of tbe oitilandlof S'Cs aftemooa, isder On at Mtas Morrow, tie "All Fweuf- was gtTen by .the SoMtasm cbJMreo. The IrrUe mn jfcve a TCTT. '.exhrbrHon to thdr aptttuJe on- fcr tbe' aMe tramfng of Mies Morrow. V Th3 Wafkfti Hawaiian qmlstet prelude of mnste andi iing, Dr. AfD. Carpenter, the eminent-ajtrohomer. In a popu- lar lecture, "Worlds In the Mulrhij." 'In the erenlng' the Bnai; profTim jras grand cdntert.by the Hawaiian qalntel, who gave am oi Instrilmcnlal and vocal thai enraptured the'vast audl- that fllleil, tho tent beyond Its capacity. It was a most At- itag ,cbinu .lo a week o( ety. These nrlne will be glvcoi commeDclng at winter fairs held lu JUiTIFIEO. "What's the Idea of kilting yonr hero in ihe your "S killed him becaisc he made me Urad." ASTOUNDING REROBT FOR LEI HBR1DCE The wile of a merchant had stom- ach Irouble so bad she could cat.noth- ng but toast, trull and hot 'waler. else would sour and fer- ment- ONE SPOONFUL buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed In Ad- ler-l-ka bonelllled her 1N3TAHTLY. Because Adler-1-ka (lushes the EN- TIRE alimentary tract It relieves ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas and prevent! appendicitis. II has QUICKEST action ot anyming ever Bold. J. D- Hlglnbotham A Co., Ltd., Drugglsls, Adrert. THE CANADIAN BANK OFCOiMMERCE EDMUND WALXHl K V. F, On'L Jup'l of CnrJ 'CAN BADGE IF WOUNDED IN ENOLAND undcntaidr Ibat aithorlty ha! 'iKen gtrei Csmileh-cBcers and lol loV-n. sstmary am) hoesltt a mM kraM stoeyn when they ilntx ttntct as We must do many things, bat everything that will help to win the war. You can help by saving., lattcMt-k Wfff OT laSV Brymncr, covers everything- afloat, from manoeuvring battle-annsers, training great guns, and spotting "subs" to keeping brass-work decks spotless and fcices clean-shaven. The nayallife, with its training and men who are never satisfiecl with equipment that "will but oinfy with that which will do best. In this atmosphere the Gillette Safety, Razor most emphatically "makes Always ready for jnflant acftion-- swih and Gillette comrriand? the respect .of the most exacting naval man, and the affection which every real man for a good tool i The man ashore who shares the dean-cut efficiency of the Navy is equally enthusiastic over the Gillette Safety will be the morning he tries it first He will realize then what comfort and genuine iaiusiadion a man can get out of Gillette shave These are days when no man should Waste unnecessary time or money over-shaving, particularly when so quick, so clean and so smopth waits at home for a Gillelte. If you are one of them, Giflettc Sifity Co. Ctiwda, Limhcd, Office aW Ftctarjl GiDette Building, zsr ;