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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SET. THE LETHBRIDGE PMLTf HERALD FRIDAY, 27, 1017 DO YOUR 'FEET BURN: tatt-Bii Tkcrt is to ioothmf for fender, or UjiWrnt fetL U will U (mmin. irmw Watarbx? and JM fwrlect tot mmforL Alw thtre it njihing rood rubes, bliitered bands. v-Mm mosqiula mJ insect biUf, euU, bruises, burns all iilu and lilmenU. Me. all irvuili tai alms. Neit Tuesday's eicursion to tho School of Agriculture and Demon- stration Farm at Claresholm under the dlrecllon of the provincial depart- ment of agriculture promises lo take largo crov7d from Soutbern Alberta to see the institution. The Clares- holm farm is one of the models of tlie south' country and up-tc-dale farming methods will be seen. A special ap- peal ts made to the farming popula- tion lo tako the hoys and girls on the trip to see the school of agriculture. Child rfrn hare been granted a hBlf- fare eicursion rate. Special trains Mill be run to Clares- holm tor the occasion. The tram leaves Bow Island at 6.00 a.m- reach- Jug Letibridge at S.35. Here It will Jiicfc up a special Ireta from the Card- _Eton line "which leaves CardEton nt "S.Sb HJD. At Kipp it will pick up still another special train from the Alder- syde liue irhich leaves Mazeppa at 6.50 a.m. The special will arrive in ClarDsholni at 10.50 a-U. and leaves at 6.0D Free luucnes will be the farm on arrival aud also before leaving. Hon.'-Duncan ilar- chall, minister of agriculture irlli be present 'and Ttill speak. President of the Board of Trade was also asKed to address the gathering, bnl owing to the-necessity of his at- the convention at Maple Creek on August 1st, 2nd and 3rd bB unable to attend the Claresholm affair. .The trip to the farm at Claresholm x E'fords R splendid outing and the emmenl expects the special trains to .be widely patronized. "Chautauqna" A Summary (By E. S. In oar feeble way'xe have endeav- ired to give some general Idea ol the Chiutauqui.' Keports from other points of this year's program that Is to be at '.elhbrldgo Is very flittering Isf.t-Blshr'; I II that all have been convinced that he is a good '.blag It you do nol yet know from exuerl- encs what It U- Ten days more and it will be here. meantime wiat Is to be done? 1. The advertising committee) have Just, started. Their work lies before them. The is truo of the lirket sales committee. Lethbridge must bo- coruo (he rtcord cily for attendance at the Chauuwjua- Shall we limit the season tickets to 550? Mr. Uoyd must Complete his committee by adding a large number- of live wires, and get- ting busy. 3. The gronuus committee, of which his worship Mayor Ilardlo is chair- mid, also have Important work to do. Shall we hold the Chautauqua In the large tent provided? Shall we hold It down town, or it Hendersou Park? Or shall we procure the Eckstorm-Hink or the Curling nink? These are all questions for Mayor Hirdle's commit- tee, and In making their decision they must consider whether the aver- age attendance at Ihe Chautauqua will be or 3.000, or more. If a town of 200 people can secure an average attendance of J.900. Lelh-1 bridge should bave an artrajs liitud- ance of at least 3.000. and arrange- ments should be made so Ihat the seat- ing capacity could be readily increas- ed lo that number. All ot this comes under Mayor Hardie's committee. It is time for the committee lo begin lo think and wort And what of an entertainment com- mittee? Some'very noted laleut will visit Lelubrldse during the Cbautau- qua. Persons who are experts In their line, speakers, musicians, recit- not of the cfrdlnary vaudeville character, but of the world's best aud most talented men and women. Should not tie different organizations show some consideration to this fact and In return get some benefit from these noted characters, every courlesy paid to these talented people will he re- turned to us multiplied by a hundred- fold, even if -Ve figure it on the low grounds of dollars and cents. Are we alive on thia question? Then the question of billeting visit- ors from tbe surrounding country. Should there be a commllleej on thts work? And what about the Red Cross at the Chautauqua? At some of the Chautauqua meetings In the States, thousands of dollars were raised for the Red Cross. Here Ihls work 13 pretty well In hand.. Surely this lea- lure ot Ihe work will not be over- looked, remember thai all profits com- ing to the committee gu to some of tbe war funds. The Rtd work should be wonderfully helped by the Chautauqua. Are wo alive to the op- porlucity in Ibis In viei-of all these things, a general meeting Is called at Ihe board Of trade building, at half-past eight. At thtl meeting all Interested public spir- ited citze-: 5 are urgently requested to be present. Of course, It Is expected that the guarantors the Chsuliuqua will be present The members of nil the committees will be present. Rep- resentatives from, the Mathesls club, tbo Civic club. Cross sociely and all kindred associations will suroly bo present, you are larlled !o be pres- ent- It we all take bold ol Ibis proposi- tion in a co-operative spirit, we will surprise ourselves al how much we can do, aud the satisfaction that we will get by doing our own part. If, however, each of us leaves Ihe work- tor the other fellow to do. the result can bo nothing but disappointment.- Lelnbriilge was the- first prairie Canadian city io Invite the'Chautau- qua. It will bo here us our guest in ten days. Are we ready lo receive it? Come out tonight. It Is now up to Ihe citizens of Lethbridge. Arc we equal to the occasion. rTOQFRURAt MIJPPORTOF British Commons Linghs As It Yotts Down Ramsay Me- DcaaK's Proposal 10 AID HANNA EdmoutoD, July H. Lamb, president oC the Uulou of Alberta Hurt) Municipalities, Las just receiv- ed word from Premier Sifton. -who Is la Winnipeg, that he bus been chosen representative for Alberla 01] the advisory committee- to Hou. J. llanna, Dominion food controller. Mr. Lamb leaves on Thursday for Ottawa, where he and the otter mem- bers of the committee will hold a con- ference with the food controller. for stronger discipline. The ambas- sador reported thit the military crisis Ihe trout Las caused the deepest ularm In Petrograd not only as to a severe rullHary dUaster, out as to the achievements of the revolution Itself. All parties are united, he said, In urg- ing the government to use any nKis- ures nwessary to meet the situation. CARELEMO FB01I FtOXI plored the Infantry to save their guns but tbal the Infantry did not heed them. General Kornlloff's orders to shoot traitors and marauders are being car: rlcd out. The commander of a grena- dier division has been removed for re- fusing to fire on deserters. Tue 5th Cyclist BalltHon fought most bravely. -It kept off tbree Ger- man regiments Us machine guns and carbines 'and made several bay- onet charges afoot. In one attack tbe men rode their bicycles. Some sec- tions of the battalion lost SO per" cent. "urna who has re' IS FINED A WArniuj? (o amateurs or (n tess auto drivers Is given tn the pen- y of and costs Imposed oa H. J. PrltcaarJ, o[ NemlsVaiii, it C-rassy I-ake yeclerday by Justices McLacli- lcn anj Carruthers. for driving ai a speed daugerous to life. 1'rit chard nas drlvlag toward Lcthbrldge during stampede when be crashed Into Ihe car of V. EL Green, going east. Mre. Green was (lirown cut, and Mr. Green narrowly escaped injury. Their car was badly wrecked. SUDDEN DEATH bj Dbem tot London, The house or commons, alter employ! up tbe whole evening session in discussion o[ a peace resolution moved by James Mac- Donald, socialist and labor member, bers ia the house "-when division was taken Is an Indication of the little In- terest shown by .parliament In any hope of a useful peace movement at the present theT convic- tion was voiced in an important state- ment by Herbert H. .AsQcith, Uje far. nier premier, that nothing was to be hoped from the present temper of the German Reichstag and people. Mr. MacDonald, as shown by the -vote. found very, Tew supporters. George James Wardle, in behalf of the labor party, declined to haVe anything to do with the pacifists resolution.- MARKS OF HONOR, "How is TOUT Earaen -getting "Fine! It's produced a big crop of blisters already." had captured very impoitar.t German positions It was discovered In several Instances that stalling to the Ger- mans were going on from the Russian rear. Belgian artillerymen and mechani- cal experts in muny ot whom were wounded on the Tser or at Ypres, are forming a "Battalion of Death" lo give' an ot military valour on thb Russian fronL All Parties United. Washington, 'July Russ ihiUtaryv reverses have enormously strengthened the hands of tlie ernment1 in Pclrpgrad according lo a" dispatch from'Ambassador Francis today lo the slate department, They have iboVn the impossibility ot control of the army by-soldEar's coinralUees, the' ambaasador reports, and haye led demand Tbe connection wbich eilitt MWMD the heart Uw kldueys li known nowuUyi. AB soon ui kidoej-a are arterial tension M and tbe bevt Inactions ire When the kidneys no longer poor forth nremic ocean and tbe pereon dies, Ihe cause ii often riven u bear! diaciic. or diseue of bnin or Jange. It 13 a good insurance Againet racb A rifk to seod 10 cents for large package o( Lbe die- coTerv of Dr. Pierce. Also send K eainple of yoor ,Tbla will CJiamlned Trithoirt. 'expert chemisti at Dr. Pierre's I Delias1 Hotel, Bunalo, N. Y. When yoo eutfcr Irom backache, or Kinty rbeumalic pains here or tLere, or that epnjtinL wdm-odl feeling, H'i tinie; to write Dr. Pieree; describe yonr symplomj and get his medJbal opinion nithoDt" free. Tins nAnrjric- ol Doctor Pierce's h found to be 37 times more active then lithis, (or it diEEolvea aric rvcid in tbe u boi waler does ragar. limply uk far Dr. Picne'a Annno Tiblete. There can be so Every package of "Anoric" is enre to YouwillfindtheEigna- tdre on-ibe package joet M yon do oa Dr. Pieree'B Golden Medical Difcbvery lor blood and ttomach. KMney Wsease Is snapectcd by medical men when pallcsLa complslnol w suffer with Irresular urination, dis- inrbed, loo or pilnful passage. Thggeueral matte pains or neuralgia, di7iv spells. Irritability, desponderMrr, weakness and general misery. 'Worry Is a frequent cause ,aod somcUmes symptom of ktdney d beast- Thoueinds bave testified to irameOlite relief from tliese symptoms Ufihur DC. iiiurJc TablcU TASTY MEATS FOR PICNICS AND HOT WEATHER Cottage Rolls Picnic Hams Pork Pies All our own make. Yoii'll enjoy thein. If you want lipt meat for toinorrow llierp is nothing finer tliiin the choice Uccf, Mutton and can send j-oii. Delanys Meat Co. The Home of Quality Meats Phone 452 A ITT1 A A A HP I' PT-i'lflli'Ilt'iPifl A 'Til CHAUTAUQUA WEEK AT AUGUSI 7th to I3th StIS A COMMUNITY WELFARE WEEK, WORTHWHILE IN EVERY ITS .CLEAN INSPIRING MUSIC AND IN- STEUCTIVE LECTURES. IT WILL BE TITE GREATEST WEEK OF THE CHAUTAUQUA WATKTKT HAWAIIAN QTJINTET FIVE GIFTED HA.WAIIANS Singing and Playing Dreamy Music of the South Seas J. C. 'IIERBSMAX Community IJiiilrter THE TBEBLE CLEF CLUB Four Happy, Snappy Musical Girls i THE COMUS PLAYERS in "Carson of the North Woods" W, J; HINDLEY Orator RUTIIVEN MACDONALD 'ilie Great Canadian Baritona McCORMICK NEW YORK COLORATURA SOPRANO SOLOIST WITH CtHAUTAUQUA ORCHESTRA The Chautauqua Orchestra Brings Program of Splendid Music CHAUTAUQUA 'BRINGS rpranttaig CtuttoqM Orchw- tra to our the public la guaranteed tbe inert finish- ed tad popular enttrttlmlxig orcbmtraa known Mi Un murical world, either broad, where they nalrcrMl fs- vorltM, or In this cormtry, where they achieved cquaK rHittactloB for their work. Ifie Chautauqul It t stringed ensemble, ericb mciabeT to ljt 6f atablhbed repntiltcn, ai4 continued of the Mmi splendid run produced an ei- qiilslle tonal comblnaUon, dbtlngulsh. ed by correct Intonallon, correct Inter pretillon perfect harmony. SCOTCH (J ON CERT TARTY Featuring Lafhlan MncNeill J. SHERMAN WALLACE The .PLAIT ,JONESV Impcrsfiiiiator DR. A. CARPENTER Scientist PRANCIS LAI5ABIE Frcncli-Ciiiiiifliiui Story Teller' ADA L. WARD Noted War Lecturer MARIOJf IJALLbll Cartoonist and Eiiicrtaincr MARY, F. STOTJT Junior .Supervisor Ctl AUT A U Q U A 0 R CIIE S T R A Director Olive MtCormlck, Sololit An Unrivalled Cliiuitauqua How Little it Costs to Attend Chautauqua on the Ticket Plan YOU WOULDN'T BUY A TICKET AT EVERY STATION IF YOU WERE GOING ON A LONG TRIP WOULD YOUt OONT ATTEND CHATAU- QUA THAT WAY EITHER. BUY A THROUGH TICKET. IT SAVES Y6U MONEY. S1NOI.E ADMISSIONS ARE THREE TIMES THE AMOUNT, OF A SEASON TICKET. THINK OF HEARING THE CHAUTAUQUA ORCHESTRA FOR, A TRIFLE OVER TEN CENTS, Or. THE WAIKIKI HAWAIIAN QUINTET, IIJ FULL EVENED CONCERT, OR THE COMUS PLAYERS-LESS TKAN.Ue FOR A THOUSAND LAUQHS WITH S. fLATT JONES ON THE OPENING MlOHT. W. J. LLOYD AND BUY YOUR BEAtON TICKETS BEFORE -THEY ARE RAISED Twenty-two Attract- ions 32.5O. lOc Each About N ;