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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 1917 THE LETHBR1DCE DAH.Tf HKIULD a greater lack ol Its the vwy first whole to appw a f method of and tout tiiir afowd. AirWKeat Ready. Canadians Getting Plenty of Rest from Trenches- Now Caaadlau Ovorseai bayonet Instructions. musketry exer- dent.) Headquarters, Franca, July 26. ID Eoue o( the comments on conditions here at the front there bo fouafl state meal which concern- would Uiretf Ing those condition! than on sis tod by Uouse." I Ask any traveller Aim fit "on the road of Funerial Goods Will Not Be Increkased in Lethbridge lp an- endeavor to protect you, from the big advancea In 'tost of funeral goods we have purchased an enormoiic of high. graStfe prior Lo another advance In' effective June 2pth, which placet us In a position to furnlth you wllh modern goods 'at exceptionally low prices. ''Your patronage ua a and we will tavt you money- and at the same timt giye you a you will appreciate, MacKay MacKay PHONE 1602 THIRD AVEVA, EIGHTH 6T. S, OUT OF TOWN ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO fFrom Our Ottn C N'obteford, July The picmc. ranscrt by Hie (.eachera and'orticlalH ot the Sunday school came op Wednesday anrt. a. of oyer 60 Barents and cTifldrcn made ihilr automobiles In Hie noon lo the river bottom apiuh bf'th'e' lqwnL On arriving there tiia yoaiiij- sters were soon In the water' and hay-" good. time. Races for the .cbll-. dren w'ere'alsd run oil during lernoon, nffciff which light -Tetresti- nents wero served. A btscbaH niaicfi' Between Ihe lad les gbnljemen J tboH place In .the evenlbg aifd 'there is no one who'la prepared Lo aty jutt what the cxacl score, was, nJl hwt a dirrerent .flcuro aren tisa yrr.: pjre when ha one: encil wllh a ducking In fW rJvcr 'by: the ladles so naturally he Ing, so there you -a re. After thfs ex-' cllemcnt a start vas made for h (If tit- f la }l, 6, "77WVS THE SHOE POLISHES 101 -BUCK-WH1TE-TAN- F. R a, LtJ. where all arrived fairly Tel out 3 o'clock. i: The ladles of ihe village and. wfsetth9 gcnHomen who are jniereaj-' cd are reminded lhat ,lhe rcirultr monthly meeting of the Red Society will be held ID (he acliool houso next Wednesday 'i of-Auguat.- All nrc urged lo this mcellDE, which vlll comnenoe al i p.m. >.Tptlcea have been poBled_In the Til- lage lhat., the' elevator belonging.; to the Alberta Fnrmers Co-opffallyc Elevator Co, wlH ,be olowd TUe Hev. C. and Mrs.. pisaed throngli hero on on Lhetr way to Mrs. Manh Is golnglo pay VlMt K n'a lo "get' her health restored; jfropi her recent sevens; Illness. lias been commenced op life new elevaloi Mini In being erecttdfyr. ihe United Grain Producers..' t TWi founriRl.onft Hte 411 In and by ttnte that IhU crop ready the (rttrmtit will he open for Imslnegs., Thli efe-, valor vlll give 119 n line bl 6 for work, v Tho. bulk of laei aeaaonV c'roj Kii now been shipped from here rlfiVrtlCr men arfe getting (rwidy- to' handle another large croD yWr7 farmers of kaVt received notice that will ,bf ft meelfnff hold -at BArona on Afternoon to Iho anJ the eorcrnmcnl'ri ictteo IB (Ixlng B price. It Is eipepted lihij there wJM be a 'Urge Ono of our bachelors" Jftt elded Lhat mnrrled blfas Ii single ao v: Accord Ihe fact that p nelh Hunt- got married last week. He broughl hla VtrULe home OD bosdcy and the yoiiiw ot lha them eicellent char- Ivatl ,ln the. eyenlnc. There wtrt rly BO of tiie young out .report Ibai a verr' time s'apenl. Evcrybijfly iu' the Tillage heartily congratulates Mr. and JTrs. Hunt and wish them the best of luck. he vcrops in .nrs TiolU- prclly well considering tUa hot 'spell thitt we That iown on sumnxerfnlfowed Is lootc- fne very nice and should-'jiuid about 30 buanels lo tbe acrQ on tire average and stubble' crops'will not go so much, IjuL even Uils is looking (airly good. Tho. few.drops Inat we go: aftrly this mornlnE.whlle it hardly ,iret llie grounil still' would, be ol creat Bffiaftt to all. "'.Mr. W. J. UucliaJan, who lua been btlculp'g It for-sorne weile. got n big (Urprise .on Satllriiir nleht wlisr, Monic of the yount- mea paid him a vlift In the late hours. By (lie row- that .took place :qne. bcTIcre .world was coming lo an end bill' all was The iteil Cross 'sewlni; meeting was held on Jlonday aL'the'home ol Mrs. Medd, a good cf the Udlo out. The Indus' Aid At' (he church held a 'meettog at Inn home ol Mrs. Crans- oun' on .Thursrtay. uflentooQ and tran- acted-a-lol ot liufilDni.. ,'lJsl .Saturdny the ladles of the Red Cross sold ICG creinAn ihe Noble store for'the b6ncli( of the fund's of the society.. A good amount' of .THE MAN, Waihlnston, D. ,0., July Chapmen Gilbert, 21 yemn old, son or liVhlte house police fua'rd, Is the flrtl nla'n in Ilio country fb 'accepted for itrylce. in (he ndw; national army, kiTlng passed hl3 pliyaiul and irilred all clalrni.fof iKrt-Iait aumnier. Jofnert a Canadian rfeifment and ahoard_i..f'rBn9pOTi ready lo sail wliSh, Inter- vened nnd had the fTsie derarlraenf Vecuro his release. 1HORTAOF SERIO v -I-ondon, July Ihe conrne o: In' Ihe house, ot Lords on Mod prices, Lord Bercsforrt said lha the nhbrliiBe of was fai TAore nerloiin pnabJIc'Vne1 The shcrweil' bctireeii 19H, and Ike Srltlsh, Allied" tons IKtW ol laktaff from January now WM A Larger Car! Better Materials! Lower Price! Itt 112 Matt five big people in perfect comfort. Better materials go into this car than any other car of such fortable lize sold for so low a We buy in larger quanti- tiea and get high quality at low price. With no sacrifice of quality we car lower than any other car to beautiful, ao power-' fut, ao economical, toeaty riding and of such comfortable size be- cause for years we have pro- duced the famous 35Horsepower Overland in larger quantities than any other similar car is produced. It ia value unequalled- now. let yours Dr S. Williamson Co. 320 NlmK Street Soulh Lclhbrldie, AlbarU Phone 1SII Mock) Eighty-Fi.c Four '1250 WHY DOMINION TIfiES AREGOODTffiES DOMINION TIRES present four features that make them in Canadian tire construction in Economy- in greater mileage. in Pleasure smoother ridingl Third Convenience --in freedom from tire troubles. in Satisfaction having tires that give such service. DOMINION "NOBBY TMADS" are moat to M end, just as they cost inert at first They we "tie of the Road" as fat as smoothness and comfort are COD- 1 cemed; nearly puncture-proof -as', any tire and give a miieaga that sets the long-distance record for Canada. BOMTfllOH "CHAIH T5EADS1: thejr anti. tkid cup-sliapej ai'e Worthy of a place !pn any car, no matter ho'w luxuriously ap- pointed. In theiv price class, they are the recognized leaders, and acknowledge no superior at any price, except Dominion are'.ahvays !'lo Consolidated Robber Coi LIMITED. HIAD OFFICE MOtTTBEAL r'r Sfl SERVICE STATIONS THROUGHOUT CANADA ;