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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY-27, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD DESTROY EFFORT OF PHONE 1224 London, July want you to impress upon the United ep.i'J LorO, Derby in his interview ves- terdiiy, "our determination to destroy Miss Onna McNob of Cfilgury, in visiting Miss Vora Bnulwhi. Mrs. Benjamin Rusnoll and children Calgiiry. are visitors In the city. Miss Edra Smfth has returned from LUI iiuj, u'li uuiui mimiuuii Hi i wj JMIHQ mui u OIIULII mis lULUlIJlIH mm the efforts of Germany to dominate ja month's visit with friends lit Saskat the world. The fighting now m ter- rible, so awful tlmt not a man actual- ly in as well as the Ger- wants another. But we must push.our victory until we make It impossible for the Gorman rulers to revive the conflict." chewan. Miss Gibson, of the A. MacDonald Co. staff returned on Tuesday from upending a vacation at Calgr.ry, Mrs. E. Lumliard left this afternoon to spend a couple-of weeks' ivilli her son, Mr. Fred Lumbard, at Bitrdett. Hovoral miles was enjoyed by mem- bers of the eliolr. Boiiutur Do Vebor loft this afturnoon to Hptnd u few days in Uiilgary. G. W. Hoblubon, regclt of the Aloxmidcr Gait Chapter, I.O.D.R (his morning resolved a post curd from I'te. C. V. Combe, Slh CumuHan In- fantry battalion, who is a prisoner of war at Uchtctihorst, Germ- y, acknowledging a parcel of food d comfortii. Tiio couimittco Jit charge of the Prisoners of War work yratifit-d to have this ac- knowledgment of iho work they are doing and it is hoped that lha public will continue their generous donations so that the work muy be continued. The JlldrnoiHon Uullelin has fol- lowing imiys sbout former Lethbridge residents: On Saturday afternoon .Mrs. J. 0. Wilson entertained at a charming nntincfi bridge in honor ot nor guests Mm. iNuismith aim -Mrs. Lethbridge, of Calgary. Prix.e scores were made, by Mr.s. Lethbridge ami Mrs. ttrummuml A DAY ATP Ottawa, July in a groat measure to conditions produced by the war, the taking of the quinquen- nial census in the west is proving to be a difficult task, according to re- ports received here. Where people domiciled in boarding houses and have no next of kin residing on the place difficulty is experienced ac- counting for them. For instance, all enlisted fur the first contingent are down as from Va I car- tier. Military records do not show where they came from and the people with whom they boarded arc not able to furnish in the internment camps are many formerly resident in the western pro- vinces, but whom enumerators are not able to find. Population returns indicate a substantial increase. Mr. and Mrs. H. Osthind and ami Mrs. Urummuml Mary Ostlund expect to leave on Sat-11JTntl Mrs- II- if- After jjlay unlay to spend a few weeks in Salt tea, Mrs. A. N. Lake City Moiiut cutting ihu ices. The at-si.slant cnminissiuncr, H N.- Mr. and Mrs. C. Allwood have left sjifiinl two months with Mrs. All- Bar ranch, via Clinton, B. C. Airs. J. Williams of Killarney, Man., Mrs. McCarter. arrived in the cir.y this morning to spend several mouths with her daugh- ter, Mrs. ID. J. Belli. Miss Olive Perry of Toronto is ex- pected at the end of the week to short visit with Miss 'Muriel M Load. ['he om'cers of the Alpine club for the ensuing year are: honorary presi- dent, Sir Edmund Walker, Toronto; president, J. O. Patterson, Woodstock Mrs. T. J. Simons, with her little out.; eastern vice-president Lieut- daughter is spending a couple of wecjks Col_ c H MitcheII Toronto-" western with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Beau-1 Hid Mrs, leave in a week's time for .Dawson, there to spend a month's vacation. Mrs. A. K. Mouat is entertaining at bridge this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Lethbridge, Mrs. Naismilh anU- Lt.-Col. Primrose and Mrs. Prim- rose have as tbclr guests, Mrs. R. U. JJeanu, Calgary, and her daughter Madge. bier on the ranch near Carmangay. BREAD CHEAPEST FOOD KNOWN Costs Less Than Nourish- ing vice-nresident, Captain Foster, Victoria, B.C.; directors, A. O. Wheel- Dominion Rebokah Lodge No. 41 are j and 'librarian, their regular meeting tonight J B.C. The annual meeting was" held n the Oddfellows Hall. All members Jllly 20 in Uie cainp al Healey Creek more food value per round socletv ue m oread than ,n meal. Dread isa has less waste, is food for hard workers and one-fifth to one-tenth less, is, of course, providing the made .from flour which is pure beyond the shadow of are requesied to attend-as the degree will be conferred. The ladies of the Eastern Star are reminded of the Red Cross sewing at i the home of Mrs. McClenaghan tomor-j row afternoon. It is hoped that there will be a good attendance. The regular .monthly meeting of the Women's Branch of the Red Cross :iety will be held in the Red Cross postoffice building, on Friday July 28th at 3.30 p.m. All members are requested to be" present. Valiey. Ottawa, July to an official statement this after- noon, the expenditure of tins Domin- ion government in Canada alone now exceeds a month, or about a day. The largest item in huge expenditure is for pay and allowances; 'subsisitmco and assigned tay of the troops. It is running at he rate of about per month. This is, of enurse. much more han paid to the troops at present n Canada who number less than halt' i the total Canadian forces recruited for the war, over having 140110 overseas. The pay of the ovorsoas forces assigned to their familio? and dependents here and their separation allowances, also paid hero, constitute a very large portion of the monthly war expenditure. The sterling ex- change situation has had much to do with bringing .about the payment in Canada of so large a portion of the pay of the overseas forces. As nearly as. can be estimated. Canada's present war expenditure in Canada and in j [Si-iiiiin, including the maintenance of the troops actually at the front, Is af j the rate of about a. month, or a year. This averages about a day and is equiva- lent to about per annum per head, as the total unliKtmeni is about men. Of those there, are now in Canada about Out of the revenues of the govern- ment for the year it now seems prob- able that a large amount of the prin- cipal of the war expenditure will be paid, as the budgets of 1915 and 191G ,are botii working out most satisfac- torily. The balance of Canada's war expenditure this year will be defrayed j partly from the funds of the domestic war loan issued in November last and from the war borrowings. WEEK-END JCIALS V f" no bread can be better flour it is made from. Infer- no matter how cheap, is ruin- jiomy. jcp like to sell Ogiivie's 'Royal .'d Flour for the reason that --.Hean. and pure and bakes big, London, July 27. The expected de- cision of Ihe government to deprive the Duke of Cumberland, Duke of Al- bany and Prince Albert of Schleswog- Holstein of their British titles and or- j derg, was made known todav. Thf.y afternoon at St. Mary's, were the don- arc the three remaining Germans who tions of the managers of the church hold British Htles of nobility, ths Duke nd they aided materially In making of Albany and Duke nf Cumberland be- such a success of the event. The weather was cool enough to be en- joyable without being Ice Cream and sufficient motors to transport the choir of Knox church to their annual picnic held yesterday MB OF BUSH TITLES and after -.nean ami pure ana uanes oig, juj-nuii; mmuui, ueuifc umny mm aiLer loaves of full food value. It is supper was finished, games of many akes ,the experienced j kinds were playefl until it was time tisfied leave for home. .Before arriving jat the picnicking ground, a motor ride remotely in the line of succession to the BrittFh throne. King George has been advised. Premier As.iuith said in the house of commons at to- day's session, to take the necessary steps to meet the wishes of the house in this respect. H. L. Jacobs, of Providence, RX, has a bungalow 01: his placu which Is for'the exclusive use of rats. The building is 25 feet long by 12 feet wide one storey high, with a cellar. Th, cats have their own separate apart msnts and sun parlors. Flour, II. B. Co.'s Soul of Qualii suck 981b. sack 3.2o Flo'ni1, Our 49 lb. sack ipJ.5.1) 98 lb. sack IJ.OO Rolled Bib. suck 33c 20 Lard puns o 10 SALMON, finest R. Red, per Un EGGS, guaranteed .loz...... BACOW, !'or.mcnl- SUNLIGHT SOAP, 11 bars AGON', fillet I'cr-meat- Hack; per lb...... Li C OX TOWGUE, sJlccd pr, per lb.............. <5UC COOKED HAM, sliced -on per lb. 40C CORNED BEEF, sliced an per lb............... 4UC ORANGES, Jft per doz.......30c 4UC 50c SALMON, finest Sock- nr- ..........25c eye, 2 Uns Finest B.C. Cane 201b. sack QES with an order for other goods ROYAL CROWN SOAP, 2 packets GOLDEN WEST WASH- I p ING POWDER, 2 pkts. OLD DUTCH CLEAN- SER, .'i tins LUX, packets TEA, H. Co.'s a gooil linuor- tng ten, ti nn 3