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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDAY, 3VLV 27, 1917 THE LETHRRITXIE DAILY HERAI.R PAGE FIVE Putting Pep and Punch into the daily job during the hot a matter Of physical and mental and this comes from foods that supply the greatert amount of real nutriment with the least tax upon the digestive organs. Cut put and potatoes and eat Shredded Wheat BUcnt with sliced bananas or other fruits and green vegetables. Strengthening and nourish- ing. Made in Canada. (Br Canadian Overseas Cor. respondent.) Canadian Army la July guns hava al last definitely secured the upper houd n this part cl (lie western trout, ho artillery actions by which Ibli was accompllshed'havo ID pro- ress for several days. With the ob- ect ol challenging our aicendency In uns, tho enemy recently brought up battery o[ artillery, attached to a. LE3lan Guard division. These ad- gunners were given practical- y'UuUmltftd suppllea of ammunition which used tor tbs bombardment I our, heavy artillery positions. They are Eood men and a duel took place Qtueen them and our funs In the and Avion sectors.- ft has ceee- od now.' the couuter battery, work ol he British and Canadian sunncra >roTe4 too much even .for the highly .rained artillery ol the Prussian Guard and their activity to now unply had eociolhlns do with the Imtim PaciJic Saskatoon Exhibition July 4, 1917 SINGLE TAKE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Going Datci, July 28 to Aug. 3. .Return Limit, Aug. 7, 1917 For full particular apply to local agent, DMrlct Patienger Agent, CALGARY Autos Painted' Painting: Decorating Paperhanging Morgan 964 11th Street S. Whittaker 612 7th Street 3. '.S Phone 1820 Canadian Guns Have Now Upper Hand on West normal. Perhaps the question ol shell lessening of the enemy lire. It Is cer- tain thai Ilia Germans aro Hading an increasing illHtcuHy In replacing He used 60 la these burale or acllvlljr- A Idler from a relative to a soldier ou tbla trout dated July 1C slated Uwl on tho previous day the hells of tUe Troteslanl and Catholic churches In Ihe village In which the writer lltcu had been removed to provide material lor Bhells, baying stripped Ihe cttlee of brass and copper tho German met- al controller Is now taking Ihe vill- age bells. Tho use sllko of drums conlalnlne liquid fire projected Into Iho enemy's lines and gas shells In creates EtSF.JIly. The enomy Is also going more frequently Iota gas w fare which Is the most terrible of ill farms of taking life seen here al Iho front. Yesterday 15 tons ol gas were eent over tho enemy'a lines In tho Llevln sector, with practically no re Lallallon. Must Have Consent of Board To Ship Grain to the U. S. Winnipeg. ,Man, .July. fol-1 (lian wheat; without Ihe consent of the lowlug order was Issued by Ihe lu parties In the United States man and secretary of the board'ol grain Canada this af- ternoon: "It Is hereby ordered by the board of grain supervisors for Canada In con- formity with section four ol the order In council constituting the board, that so far as tlie balance of tbo present crop Is co'ncerncd and unlll further no- tice, tho silo-and shipment ot Cann-1 lary." lust cease and It will be held to bo a violation ol the orders ot Ifco board if any party or parties eiport Cana dlan wheat or the present crop to tna Untied States without having request ed and received the consent of the board of grata supervisors tor Canada thereto. (Signed) Robert Maglll chairman; A. R- MacDonald, secre DIRECTORS OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING II You Arc Going to Lakes Phone Boulton's Auto Liver jr We will be glad to give you all Information possible. rates reasonable. Phone 1205, Lelhbrldge, Alia. COALDALE (Fi-om Our Own.'CorreAponacnt) Coaldalc, July and Mrs. II. A. Suggill and fainlJy xuDlorcd lo Cow- Icy on Saturday. accompanying Mr. aud Mrs. Mnton, who have been Visit- ing here for some time. Jllsg Elberla Suggitl remained; to spend lier yaca- tlon with Mr.'and Mrs; Llnlpn. Tlio others returned on Monday. Tho moualaias'''offer some allrac- tlon these hot those oxi ttccd from Hie prairies are Ilia foliow- and Mrs. Jno, Calpreu Rnd Mr. and Mrs. F- Kiiapp, Mrs. Ij. I'clcrs, Messrs. Juoi 31cD. David- ROU, W.'J-Emde and Fred Ualorctt. AD automobile parly, composed of Messrs. Ed. Geo. Hung, W. ladies, motor- ed to Sweet Grasa and rel.uru on Suii day. Carl Carlson .has .bought, the house and lota near tho lake troui'Jno. Cat- ore n, and will move fn shortly. I Mr. and Mrs. and MissJ Grace are syendlng days In 13. C. They are expected.tome 'about the end or the week. The Halouu club will'give an caler-! talumcnL In the schojol-auditorium OIL; Saturday eveningi'lt ?'.30, when Miss Madeline Kalinopsky; of. N. W. ConsBrvaLory, drajnalfc reciter and luterprelivo will be Hie, entertainer. Suitable -music will be provided. Tlio admission Is 26 and 15c, and. the proceofla.jwill go to the Hod Cross Iimd. isL Mrs. Kentz ond daughters Vclma .nd called on Mrs. Morrlca' Tuesday sftcrooon- Mrs. Slovall Is on the sick )Ut. Quito a numlicr of people enjoyed jalhin- Sunday evcDiDg. at TyrreVs The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PA88ENGER CAR Palace Confeellonerx Phone No..668 Rcildcnt Callt, day or night, No. 1269. "Mnt Me at the Pallet" 9 t> WITHDRAW TROOPS. Paris, July entente powers have decided to with- draw their troops .is soon 'aa possible Iron] nnclenl Greece. Thessaly ant] Eplrus. Amonj Alberta Members of Ihe Mitclsaac Also Mtniber G. H. Marnoch, president ot Iho tltDTldgo boarti ol has been named (Ls'one of tee Alberta meaiberii or Lho N'Dtlontl food control board ot direction of Hon. I. lianna. Other appointees have jeeri announced IB followa: V. >1. Black. o( the utilities commis- sion, E.J- fteinl, secrelary ol (he Fnrnwn Klsvator Co., J. H. Lamb, prcslaent Rural Muni- and Miss Mary Marlsane. tupBrlnlendent Womea'a Institutes lu seleflod as the ecterlalnulC'iit lo bu provided at Ihe Empress whb Faritum and Vernon the leadlne roles. Tlio plot j brat'ei novel "Great ABANDON NATIONAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT London, July saya the Times, "It has been decided .hat Ihe national service department shall be abandoned and ccr'.aln bran- ches of the organization win be amal- gamated wHU the ministry ol labor." la a note, tho Times states Ne- ville Chamberlain's resignation is ex- pected. The department has not ren- dered services proportionate lo Its cost. What the Press Agents Say AT THE KJU'KESS "Brlnglne Home 1'ollier" lias recntly on the "aratnount Program that many thought they playing thetr characters. It was to ptcturo Loulie Ilulf daugUng Iho mere male heart ou a string autl it was easy to think lira': Jack Pick- lord would be Intensely annoyeJ, were hts sister Mary a lll'.Se to1. vm BCO how really clever both o( are, for they have transformed llieiuselvps Into typk-al Dltkens cher- actcrs tho case which comes only lo those who are born slarL. Iposes, who dooUlcd to make a cam- tha nroblbtilon platform. Her plans worked very well unlH her hus- band and .her prospective sou-in-law vrlth a temporary RAOO tampered wilh a temperance punch slio lias prepared [or the her and (bea the boKont fell out of fccr political boom, aud she put oul of lie race by being ruled oft' tho track. "Bringing Homo rath- er" la a comedy drama; a medium for merriment, without any other purpose (lian to .entertain throujh aUiuiiona, and extravagant episodes. AT THE ORPTTEUM "A Million a Sllnute." ihoivlog at the Orphcum, Is cue ol tLe fea- tures yet seen in Ihe city. It Is tbo itory o( one or thoso freak wllla whereby an old man seeks to unite a couple by leaving them his forlutio provided they marry within, a certain lime. The young L-dy has already been, married to an unscrupulous ad- venturer and Hie young man has un desire to take the money from Ihe old ILI-AU wlih whom he baa quarrelled. See tbo worktug out ol tlie splendid plot In pictures. J. R. Hall, baritone, Is also at Ihe Orpheum to enliven tlio show with eong. AT STARLAND Louise Huff and Jack PIcMord wcro so Uielr Interpre tat Iocs of ihe llooth Tarklnplon characters in the Famous' Players adaptation ol 'Seventeen" In whlefi they appeared ALHile Salt Goes if It is Jsor ble alt 'THE CANADIAN SALT.CO, LIMITED' ZI7 OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Phone 1540 Night Phone 717 DRAYING i- Phenn 1345 or 13M turner at 416 61 PRAYING Of All Kinds r'csternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight fclil PHONES Evening Auction Sale _ _ '_ Ir fr.. WADDINGTOJN'S AUCTibN 'TENTH STREET SOUTH JULY FRANK WAPPINGTQN Will Sell by Public Auction and. Without Reserve of. nail HOUSEHOLD; FURNITURE Anfl eftccU fliiB.lyfiLsVteil complete. wlih spiral springs and. felt rant Ires 3; hiDdapme, idlnlnp suilo, fumed Einlsli, NEW DAYTON (From Our Own Correspondent) Now Daylon, July anl-Mra. John Whltesel -returned 'Iiqme alter spending a tew days wllli their daugh- ter, Mrs. Dora" .McKenzla; o[ High Mr. and Mrs. 'Win. Beaton enter- tained Mr. arid Jlra." Peterson and fotnlly Sunday. Mr. Mlko Horloh'mct a pain- ful accident "whlle'.worklng with a post" driver. The machine ona ot tho posts and hit the' JO'UUB -man on Lie. chin, culling .an Ugly lhat Severn] stitches had to" be Ukcn, and also mashlnK one. pt toes. .Dr. McCallum dressed 'hU wounds. Mr. and Mrs. RalpV ALUoa return- ed home aller srjeridics- .lew days "n Clarcsholm and CalBar'y. Mr. and Mra. Jacob Schlll and fam- ily mototed to. lllver to visit their daughter" CathcTine, teacher of Iho Danivlew School, Wednesday. .Mrs. Schlll arid; daughters, Rose, Mario rnotond Lo Leth- urldge Friday.. The followlnf Ihe gneita of Mill M.lss Lcona Hentz, Ina >Boyd, Mlas Florence Renti, Boyd, Miss Mary Renlz, Felerccr. and Ralph Henli. ilrj. Morrlcal emterUlned Mn. Deiton., Sunday. Mr. Mike HorUra.ana Mr. Porreal I Ltndla called on OicrjB Rusk nn Mr. Obe Wood cHled OB Mils Edith Sexton on Sunday. Mr. McKay and family are enter- friends. troai Jrfeolclns >fat and Mr. nnd Mrs. Qd< Kavpp .were the guests of Mr. and Jlrs. An5. Knler on Sunday.' Mrs. Francis atd" danihter Bcann- lUt and Viola the rrllh her mother, Mr. Forest It OB the alclc comprLstng buffol, set ann eitenslsa table: rocker; "Knechtel" 4 ruined oat morris Stowart cook range wiih boiler; two single beds complete; bhild'a cot; Lhrco pood carpet sciuarcB; quanllty or books; ctlW's buger; Tegulalor clock; kitchen clialrs; rnnttrcssaa; kilcli'en utensils; i Cyphers Incubator corhplele, etc., and ELECTRIC VACUUM CARPET, CLEANER, wllh' nil st- la'chmenls: linoleum; eslcnBlon New Pcrfectlop. oil stove and oven; combination .'dresser; two drop head Singer sewing in perfect ALSO BARKER SHOP EQUIPMENT barber chnlr, shoe shine stand, back fixture two large mirrors, oak shell with tool drawer and numerous other Items. Tcrmi Casli. Goodt on View Thursday Evening. Phone DON'T MISS THE "TWO FOR ONE.'' Be Careful keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of Advance In Prices A Metro Wonderplay Featuring 'FRANCIS x. BUSHMAN AND BEVERLY EAYNE In A Million a Minute Roaring Comedy and In 5 Acts MR. J. R. HALL The Great Baritone, Who Will Sing Tonight, "Rolling and "Indiana." Both 1917 Hear Him. He'i worth the price of admission alone. BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS TONIGHT TOMORROW FAMOUS PLAYERS PR2JENT LOTJISE HUFF JACK PICKFORD "HEART 31CK AT SEA" SINGLE REEL L-KO COMEDY "GREAT AN ADAPTION OF CHARLES DICKENS' FAMOUS NOVEL HARNESS Hemni's Auto Livery M Hour ttnlct Ctfrtfa Orlvire i .1112 Dilln Hvtal i. RUMANIAN fUCCCM. Tho occupa lloii 10 ..Mllagei thy tlie Rumaniaps In their'.iiew offensive 19 ianoiikced by Ihg niAn' forces 4 THI W ONE." AUCTION SALE Double team harness to be sold to the first 100 customers at the old price Call or write for quotations. The best value in harness we ever offered. I WILL SELL RY PUBLIC SALE AT. BONNELL'S SALE BARNS, LETIIBRIDGE On SAT., JULY 28th, 1917 COMMENCING AT f P.M. WARP, THE FOLLOWING of PURE-BRED SHORTHORNS AND HIERQFORDS 3 registered Shorthorn nut, with taIt at toot! 1 rcnlitired Shufl- horn ecw In rxlf; nelfen, ivto yenra old, in calf; 3 rtglitertd Shortharn hwltirt, tin yean old; 15 Ing Shorthorn hilfgn; 3 Hirtfonl hcrfera, two old. In ealf; regltlered old; 1 MBlatertd Here- ford bull, ten months did; Shirthorn bull, erfht months old, straight Scotch brtedlnf. The rnenllooed twen tltbvn In Medicine Hat, winning 8 first vrlzM, 7 seconds ami 8 Wlmlng young herd prize and net of bull and. progeny of'.tow.' Peiflgrm will be furnished tt tlalo of sale, ajso dale of for.further IntpnrlaUoivpr ioftiMJllon of stock sco 0. W. Hunter, rtonnell'i SaVi Barns. "-TeniftVrf sale, CASH, un1c39 olhcrwhe arranged.'.'. :t T. L MERCER, Owntr L-'l. NICriOLioN, and Bags A splendid line from which'It win easy to select. No matter what fancy as to style or size -we can ptam' you. We shall be glad to show you our large new stock. You can save money on anything you buy in this line. TENTS! ,AI1 Weil made from good malerlaf and absolutely Ute valirt in the weit. If you want A tent It will pay you to get ern FISHING TACKLE Complete Onlfits, all at reduced prices. [The Alberta Fifth HtKet ;