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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, ,11'LY 28, Pure Bred Shorthorns and HEIFERS FOR SALE I have on my farm at Olds a nice lot of year- ling- and two year old heifers: also a few good cows, all registered Shorthorns, which I can sell at reasonable prices. I have also ONE GOOD TWO YEAR OLD BULL and a few good BULL CALVES. DUNCAN MARSHALL OLDS ALBERTA (CONTINUED PKOM FRONT Cranbrook, E. C.r con- dition? on St. Mary's prairie are ideal. The warm weather of the past month 'has brought the growth on marvel- lously. Some fields will average 45 f bushels to the acre in wheat. Fann- ers are now cutting hay and fodder crops, alfalfa being an exceptionally heavy yield. Farm labor is still scarce. Major Walker, of Calgary, was in this week making arrangements 'for the securing of recruits for the Forestrv battalion. The major is look- iing for able-bodied lumbermen who desire to go overseas and work in the forests of the old land. Recruiting will be carried 011 in the province of i1 Alberta and Eastern British Columbia J. F. Armstrong, water commission- er of British Columbia, held a session of the board of investigation at the government building Monday after- noon. Proclamations for the provincial el- ections in the Cranbrook electoral dist- rict have been posted throughout the Cranbrook riding. Bert Haynes. of the staff of F. Parks Co.. received word from the old land today informing that his brother Clifford had been killed in action. There are four brothers serving with the colors. Pope Benedict has interceded in fav- or of Sir Roger Casement, endeavoring to obtain grace for him from the Brit- government. Influential Irish Nationalists have urged the pope to do all in his power to save Sir Roger, saying they do not consider him a traitor to the British cause, but in- spired in his actions by Irish patriot- ism. The pope, in addition 10 the in- thiont'G he is exerting in London, has interested Sir Henry Howard, the Brit- ish minister at the Vatican in case. the best summer's work they have ever had. Hut. if the ton per cent. In- crease in wages is granted the men the mine owners in this Hold will have to raise tlu> price of their product? with the result that they will lose the ndvantage thev have iust gained over the U. S. operators, and the summer business will fall off. Thus the min- ers will lose more In summer wajies than they will gain by a ten per cent, increase. The Herald, however, understands from union otlU'laU tlmt they have considered this phase of the qtiesllop and believe it will not make any diff- erence. They will return to the oper- ators with their demand for a straight ten per cent, increase in wages: Some Return at Fernte to lli? Feruiu, B. C.. July ninety I per cent of the miners went to work lihis morning but the coke oven men j are still out and insist upon their 1 claims, and there is ;t deadlock in consequence. Negotiating at Fcrnie Fernie. July has been i one of activity so far as negotiations j are concerned. A few men more than 'yesterday went to work, but the driv-j ers were still obdurate. A meeting of haulage men only was held at four; o'clock and it was announced at the j adjournment that they had voted to return to work pending further negot- j iaiious regarding an increase in pay. Endeavors to get the Coke oven j men to return to work are now being i exercised and if the result is equally successful the mines will soon be go- ing again at full blast. The district executive have been diligently at work through it all to keep the men at work and to keep the j question of an increase open though this will be accomplished further consideration. U now looks as throughout the district, much depend- j ing unon the action of the operators in meeting the new situation. A feeling; of relief is felt hare tinged only-by minors that the trouble would siireatl if negotiations are not resumed. Working at Taber j (Spechil the Tuber. July is no indi- cation as yet of any strike nuiong the miners of this camp. The miners at j the Canada West are not working to-1 I day. having laid off for a day. The j [other mines are and there; I is no hint of trouble. j GEPMAX UXOEBSEA MERCHANT MAX DEUTSCHLAXD PEEl'AK- IX G. TO LEAVE PORT CLARKE The Store Phone 453 Acedia Bit. Sat. will be the Big Day of the Midsummer Sale A final and absolute clearance oi' all summer stocks at 20 to 50 per cent, less than regular. WITT! THE WAKM WEATHER. -JUST 'BEGINNING AND WITH SUMMER STOCKS OFFERING' ALMOST COMPLETE VARIETY OF CHOICE, HAVIXGK LIKE THESE ARE OF A MOST INTERESTING AND ENTICING CHARACTER. ALL WASH DRESSES. from to ALL SILK SI-ITS SILK CLOTH COMBINA- TIONS All The LATEST COATS of the Season All CHILDREN'S COATS from 2 to 12 years of age All NEW SUNSHADES, plain and fancy All BOYS' WASH SUITS' 2 to year sizes. ALL NEW NECKWEAR, Collars, Yokes, Ruffs, All Tweed, Black- White Check taffeta SKIRTS. ALL NEW HAND BAGS, ill very best shapes. IN ADDITION TO THE, ABOVE, ALL THE BARGAIN ITEMS ADVERTISED IN WED- NESDAY EVENING'S PAPER REMAIN ON SALE TOMORROW AND ALL NEXT WEEK. This picture shows the large German submarine now laden with a valuable cargo.all ready to make her dash ilirongh the Allies' cordon extended in front of the Virgin ia Capes. The results of the recent "Adver- tise and Smile" contest conducted by the "Herald, have been announced to- day by D- H. Eltpn.jpolice magistrate, who acted as judge in the contest. The first prize winner is William West- cott aged years. The second is Dorothy Wakelen age lu years and the third is Jamie Deuoon. Mr. Elton has the following to say regarding the contest: "To judge a contest of the nature of "Advertise and Smile" when there are so many excellent contributions is about as difficult and unsatisfactory as judging a "baby show" at a "coun- try fair." as there is no court of appeal other than the reading public, one can but1 do his duty. In the contest there are two points (real- ly one one, but phased under two .headings) namely 1st. to so interpret the word "smile" as to the advantages of advertising in the Herald; 2nd, to the benefits a store Deceives by put- ting its store news before the people. You will observe .the selections I have made that these bear out partic- ularly those two features. There are number of others almost eciual to these and in fact all the contributions were exceptionally good and deserving of special mention. In the contribution which J have awarded 1st jam sentences arc all complete, intelligent, crisp and pithy, and tell a fairly good story in few words. The second prize Dorothy the same expressions and thought and carries out the paramount idea of smile gen- erating and pleasing results. In the third prize winner, Jamie have deviated hut my judg- ment in this particular one is based upon the completed sentence using all the letters of thV woril "smile" as initial lett The following are the replies of the winners in the contest: First Prize Advertise and smile, the Herald ads bring to its patrons a big that means j the goods. big profits. to. trade. the people to your store. results. William Westcott, age 11 1-2 years. Second Price Dear Sir: I am sending you my in- terpretation of the word smile. I ah fifteen years of age. Dorothy Wake- i len. i sales. J customers. satisfaction. circulation. publicity Third Prize Dear Sir: I am answering the smile advertisement as follows: Herald, paper. Yours sincerely, Jamie Denoon. 12 KILLED IN BAD WRECK The Lethbridge Highlanders 1 13th Overseas Batt, C.E.F. lOOMENWANTED To Complete Establishment Your''chance to DO YOUR BIT at once Apply--Recruiting Office, 604 3rd Ave., S. "Separate commissions will tion of the Dardanelles coramissioi The task haa been both a pleasant and interesting one., No doubt you will find it convenient to publish others from time to time .arid then the public can receive both the benefit and pleas- ure which is my honored reward for this service. Yours truly, David II. Elton. Laredo, Texas. July Twelve persons were instantly killed and 22 injured in a wreck on a northbound train on the National lines at Morales, Mex- ico, 40 miles north, of Monterey, Mexico, late Tuesday evening when the train encountered a poor piece and over into a gulley. ;gate the Mesopotamia and Dardanelles {campaigns. The Mesopotamia com- 'I'imission is composed of Baron Hamil- of Dalzell, chairman; the Earl of follows: Cromer, Andrew commissioner in London; Thomas-Man; Donoughmore; Lord Hugh Cecil, member of parliament' for 'Oxford University; Sir Archibald Williamson, M. P.; and John Hodge, .M. P. The the .New Zealand high con missibner in' London; Sir Edward Covd ley M. I. A. Clyde, M. P.; an'j Stephen L. Gwynn, M. .P. ;j New York, .July than damage was .caused by a fire Thursday night which destroyed the building extending from 150th to 151st'Street in Amsterdam Avenue. Fifteen thousand persons many of them driven from apartment houses stood for two hours in the rain watch, j ing the fire fighters battle against the Hames which threatened their homes. At midnight the (ire was tin-, der control and it was stated that the damage to the" apartment houses would be only that caused by smoke. i Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS Witt KILL MHRE FLIES THAN Of ANY sriCKY f CATCHER Clean to handle. Sold by all gists, Grocers and General Stores. U BRITISH WARSHIP WAS NOT HIT 'London, July ref- erencu to the German slate; ment that a submarine had tor- pedoed a British drcndnanght off (he Orknnyn, .Inly 20, tliii British admiralty stated that the actual facts were as fol- lows: "A small auxiliary off the north of Scotland was At- tacked by an (jnomy'submarine tlie, date mentioned. Sliq was not lilt." Enjoyable Efficiency It's a fine thing to gain this end in an enjoyable, happy %vay. The I'uml one cats should not only contain the max- imum of body, nerve and lirnin building qualities, hut should rate high as an appetizer. Grape-Nuts FOOD is unique in both these properties. Mude of whole wheat and mailed barley, it retains the wonderful nutriment lof (liese grains, .-including their mineral elements which for liealllu At the same tiine Grape-Nuts is a delicious food, possessing a natural sweetness combined with a delicate mall flavour. Served with or good Orapc-Nuls is ideal for children and grown-ups, maintain- ing the system for the demands of life in a pleasant, 'joyiiblc way. "There's a Reason" Made in Canada. Grocers Sell Grnpc-Nuts Canadian Ponlum Ceronl Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out. 0 ;