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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1917 TUB LETIinnmOE daily herald page FIVE Cutting Pep and Punch into the dally job during the hot days,is a matter of physical and mental fitness- and this comes from foods that supply the greatest amount of real nutriment with the least tax upon the digestive organs. Cut out meat and potatoes and eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit with sliced bananas or other fruits and green vegetables. Strengthening and nourishing. Canadian Guns Have Now Upper Hand on West Made in Canada. (By Canadian Overseas Correspondent.) Canadian Army Headquarters In Franco, July L'7.-Our guns have at Inst definitely secured the upper hand on this part of the western front. Tho artillery actions by which this was accomplished have beon in progress for sovoral days. With tho object of challenging our ascendency In guns, tho enemy rocently brought up a battory of artillery, attached to a Prussian Guard division. Thoao additional gunners were given practically unlimited supplies of ammunition which they used for the bombardment of our heavy artillery positions. They wore good mon and a duel took place botwoen them and our guns In the Loos and Avion aoctors. It has cons-od now,' tho counter battery work of tho British and Canadian gunners proved too much even for tho highly trained artillery of the Prussian guard and their activity 1* now sub-supply had Bomothlng to do with tho Canadian Pacific Saskatoon Exhibition July 31-Aug. 4, 1917 SINGLE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP Going Dates, July 28 to Aug. 3. Return Limit, Aug. 7, 1917 For full particular apply to local agent, R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, CALGARY normal. Perhaps the question of shell lessening of the enemy fire. It Is certain that tho Germans aro finding on increasing difficulty in replacing the projection used so prodigiously in theso bursts of activity. A letter from a relative to a soldier on this front dated July 10 stated that on tho previous day the bolls of tho Protestant and Catholic churches in the village In which the writer lived had been removed to provide material for shells, having stripped the cities of brass and copper tho German metal controller is now taking tho village hells. Tho use alike of drums containing liquid fire projected Into tho enemy's HnoB and gas shells increases steadily. The cnomy Is also going more frequently Into gas war-faro which is the most terrible of all forms of taking life seen hero at tho front. Yesterday IS Ions of gns were sent over tho enemy's linos In tho Llovln sector, with practically no retaliation. OF FOOD CONTROL Among Alberta Members of the Committee-Miss Maclsaac Also a Member Autos Painted Painting: Decorating Paperhanging Morgan 964 11th Street S. & Whittaker 612 7th Street 3. Phone 1820 Must Have Consent of Board To Ship Grain to the U. S. fl. It. Marnoch, president of tho Lethbrldgo board of trade, has been named as' one of the Alberto, member* of tho National food control board of Canada, under direction of fTon. \v. .1. Hanna. Other appointees have boon announced as follows: V. M. niack, of tho utilities commission, K. J. Fream, secretary of tho Farmers Co-operative Klevntor Co., .1. H. Lamb, president llurnl Municipalities, and Miss Mary Maelsaac, superintendent Women's institutes in Alberta. What the Press Agents Say Winnipeg. Man., July 27.-Tho following order was issued by the chairman and secretary of tho board of grain supervisors for Canada this afternoon : "It is heroby ordered by the board of grain supervisors for Canada In conformity with section four of tho order in council constituting the board, that so far as tho balance of the present crop is concerned and until further no- tice, tho salo and shipment of Cana-1 tary." dian wheat, without the consent of the board to parties In the United States must cease and it will be held to bo a violation of the orders of the board if any party or parties export Canadian wheat of the present crop to tho United States without having requested and received the consent of the board of grain supervisors for Canada, thereto. (Signed) Robert Maglll, chairman; A. It. MacDonald, secre- director If of auto livery and draying If You Arc Going to Waterton Lakes Phone Boul ton's Auto Livery We will be glad to give you all Information possible. Our rates are reasonable. Phone 1206, Lethbridge, Alta. COALDALE (From Our Own Con�hl�umlent) Coaldalc, July 2G.-Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Suggitl and family motored to Cowley on Saturday, accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Linton, who have been visiting hero for some time. Miss Elberta Suggitt remained to spend her vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Linton. Tho others returned oa Monday. Tho mountains offer some attraction those hot days. Among those enticed trom the prairies are the following: Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Calorou and Mr. and Mrs. F. Kuapp, Mr. and Mrs. L. Peters, Messrs. Jno. McD. Davidson, W. J. Euulc and Fred Caloren. An automobile party, composed of Messrs. Ed. Johnson, Geo. Hung, W. Potter, J. Schluiek and. ladies, motor-ud to Sweet Grass and return on Sunday. Carl Carlson has bought the house and lots near tho lake trom Jno. Cal-oroii, and will move in shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell and Miss Grace aro spending a few days In li. C. Thoy are expected home about the end of the week. The Halona club will give an entertainment in tho school auditorium on Saturday evening at 8.30, when Miss Madeline Kalinowsky of Minneapolis, N. W. Conservatory, dramatic reciter and Interpretive dancer, will be the entertainer. Suitable music will bo provided. Tho admission is 25 and 15c, and tho proceods will go to the lied Cross fund. list. Mrs. Rentz and daughters Velma and Edith,' called on Mrs. Morrlcal Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Stovall is on tho sick list. Quite a number of people enjoyed bathing Sunday evening at Tyrrel's Lake. > * : ; : : : ? : : :>�** WITHDRAW TROOPS. Paris, July -The entente power:; havo decided to withdraw their troops as soon as possible from ancient Greece. Thessaly and Epirus. ABANDON NATIONAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT London, July 26.-"We understand," says the Times, "It has been decided thnt the national service department shall be abandoned and certain branches of tho organization will bo amalgamated with the ministry of labor." In a note, the Times states that Neville Chamborlaln's resignation is expected. Tho department lias not rendered services proportionate to Its cost. AT THE KMPKESy "Bringing Home Father" ba.i boon selected as the entertainment to be provided at tho IOmpress with r'rnnli-lyn Farnum and "Urownle" Vernon playing the leading roles. The plot deals with the political ;imbi!.i'�>s of I Eliza Tilly Swazey. a lady uf strong! purposes, who decided to make a campaign on tho prohibition plat form. Her plans worked very well until her hu.-;-band and her prospective son-in-law tampered with a temporary UAlXJ tampered with a temperance punch slin has prepared for the refreshment of iter guests-and then tho bottom fell out of her political boom, and she was put out of the race by being ruled off the track. "Bringing Home Father" is a comedy drama; a medium for merriment, without any other purpose than to entertain through ridiculous situations, and extravagant episodes. recntly on the Paramount Program that many thought that they were playing their own cliaractors. It was easy to picture Louise Huff dangling the. mere male heart, on a string and it was easy to think that Jack Pick-ford would be. Intensely annoyed, were his sister Mary n litlln tot of tie- bread-and-jam eating variety. Hut when these two clever young slnrs appear at Ktarland tonight and tomorrow in the Famous Players adaptation of Charles Dickens' celebrated novel "Great, Expectations," one will see how really clever both of them are, for thoy have transformed themselves into typical Dickons characters with the case which comes only to those who are horn star;:. at the ORprrmiM "A Million a Minute," showing at the Orpheum, is one of tho best fea- tures yet seen In the city. It Is tho story of one of those freak wills whereby an old man seeks to unite a couple by leaving them his fortuno provided thoy marry within a certain time. The young lady has already been married to an unscrupulous nil-venturer and the young man has no desire to take the money from the old man with whom he lins quarrelled. Hoe tho working out of tho splendid plot In pictures. J. It. Hall, baritone, is also at the Orpheum to enliven tho show with song. A Little Sali Goes ij\\5*y*if It: at starland Louise Huff and Jack Pickford were so natural- in their interpretations of the Hooth Tnrklngton characters in the Famous Players adaptation of "Seventeen" in which they appeared DON'T MISS THE "TWO FOR ONE.' Be Careful -to keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of dsor No Advance in Prices A Metro Wonderplay Featuring FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN AND BEVERLY BAVNE In AMillion a Minute A Roaring Comedy and In 5 Acts Lartnt S.U of Anr Medicine in lS� WarU. Sold �r�rrwhcr�. In boxc. 25c MR. J. R. HALL The Great Baritone, Who Will Sing Tonight, "Rolling Stones," and "Indiana." Both 1917 Songs. Hear Him. He's worth the price of admission alone. BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS "Bringing Home Father" Presenting Franklyn Farnum 'Brownie' Vernon and SklltuU Supporters In Win, Worthlngton's : : Production of II. 0. Davis' delightful comedy drama The best tun ever shown upon a moving pioturo : screen. :: :: : i Also Screen Magazine and Comedy EmpresS TONIGHT "HEART 3ICK AT SEA" SINGLE REEL L-KO COMEDY TONIGHT & TOMORROW FAMOUS PLAYERS PRESENT LOUISE HUFP & JACK PICKFORD "GREAT EXPECTATIONS AN ADAPTION OF CHARLES DICKENS' FAMOUS NOVEL 99 Matte in .Canada THE CANADIAN SALT CO. LIMITED zi7 Evening Auction Sale WADDINGTOX'S AUCTION BOOMS TENTH STREET SOUTH TO-NIGHT, JULY 27th AT 7.30 P.M. HARNESS DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St DRAYING Of All Kind!) WesternTransferCo. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight thsdi PHONES Of fie............ 1163 Stables .......... 1064 NEW DAYTON (From Our Own Currusuondent) New D:iyton, July 26.-Mr. and Mrs. John Whltosol returned home after sponding a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Dora McKenzie, of High Itivor. Air. and Mrs. Win. Beaton entertained Mr. and Mrs. Peterson and family Sunday. Mr. Miko Horton met with a painful accident while working with a post driver. The machine broke one of tho posts and hit the young man on tho chin, cutting an ugly gash, so that several stitches had to be taken, and also mashing ono of his toes. Dr. McCallum dressed his wounda. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Atkins returned home after sponding a fow days lu Olarcsholm and Calgary. - Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schill and family motored to Alllk River to visit their daughter Catherine, teacher of tho Banllview School, Wednosday. Mrs. Schill and daughters, Hose, Mario and Grace, motored to Lethbridge Friday., The following were the guests of Miss Lena Morrlcal Sunday: Miss Lcona Hontz, Miss Ina Boyd, Miss Florence Rentz, Miss Bella Uoyd, Miss Mary Rentz, Mlas Lodla Peterson and Ralph Rent*. Mrs. Morrlcal entertained MrB. Wm. Beaton, Sunday. Mr. Mike Horton and Mr. Forrest Land Is called on George Rusk on Sunday. Mr. Obe Wood called on MUs Edith Sexton on Sunday. Mr. McKay and family are entertaining (rlenda from Medlalne Hat and Lethbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kaupp were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ans. Kesler on Sunday. Mrs. Francis and daughter Boaun-ita and Viola are spending the week with her mother, Mrs. E. R. Wood. Mr. Forest Landlss is on the sick V.. FRANK WADDINGTQN Will Sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve a small assemblage of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effocts including: Very fine brass bed complete with Bplral springs and felt mattress; handsome dining suito, fumed finish, comprising buffet, set chairs and extension table; fumed oak morris rocker; "Knechtel" kitchen cabinet; 4-hole Stewart cook range with boiler; two slnglo beds complete; child's cot; three good carpet squares; quantity of books; child's buggy; regulator clock; kitchen chairs; mattresses; kitchen utensils; Cyphers incubator complete, etc., and ELECTRIC VACUUM CARPET CLEANER, with all attachments: linoleum; extension couch; New Perfection oil stove and oven; combination dresser; two drop head Singer sewing machines in perfect order. ALSO BARBER SHOP EQUIPMENT Including up-to-date barber chair, shoe shine stand, back fixture with two largo mirrors, oak shelf with tool drawer and numerous other items. Terms cash. Goods on View Thursday Evening. Phone 770-469 Sets only 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. Hemm's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Driver* Phon* 1312 Dallas Hotal RUMANIAN SUCCESS. Jasfly, Rumania, July 2�.- The occupation ot 10 villages by the Rumanians In their new offonslve 1b announced by tho war office. The Austro-Cer-man forces retired In' disorder. f*ot: 1 registered Shorthorn cow in calf; 6 registered Shorthorn neifera, two years old, in calf; 3 registered 8horthorn half era, two year* old; IS roglatered yearling Shorthorn heifers; 3 registered Hereford heifers, two yeara old, in calf; 6 registered Hereford heifers, bna year old; 1 regiatered Hereford bull, ten months old; 1 registered Shorthorn bull, eight months old, atraight Scotch breeding. The above mentioned have been shown in Medicine Hat, winning 8 first prizes, 7 seconds and 8 thirds. Winning young herd prize and get of bull and progeny of cow. Pedigrees will be furnished at date of sale, also date of service. For further information or inspection of stock seo a. W. Hunter, Jlonnell's Sales Barns. Term*, of aala, CASH, unless othcrwJse arranged. '*. � ' T. L. MERCER, Ownar L.|. NICHOLSON, Auctioneer, Phone 1063 Trunks, Suit Cases and Bags A splendid line from whicn111 will be easy to select. No matter what you fancy as to style or size we can please you. Wc shall be glad to show you our large new stock. You can save money on anything you buy in this line* TENTS! All size*. Well made from good material and absolutely the best value in the weat. If you want a tent it will pay you to get one now. FISHING Complete Outfits, all at reduced prices. The Alberta 306 Fifth Street South. 3034 ;