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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE9B THE LETHBttllDCE; DAM HEftALD MONDAY, JULY 30, 1917 I 1 II 1! SunliohfSoap WOMEN who iraal to be should use SUNLIGHT SOAP frecty the house. Pint, because it is all pure are -no cheap fillers so it farther and you get awe real totp for the money. Second, hrranaa last longer ,wbe> washed with SUNLIGHT, ba't thii important p Tiers an ininneas cbemicab to harm the fineit of thk. At All M am Canada by UVH MOTBHtS UMTTID 'TO1ONTO GradeN8 Examinations balance ot Ihe lists "of Gradn Eight will be p-abUsMed tomorrow; as It is-very loiigthlj this year. As tlia names are not furnished the news- papers in dlsiricls, Itie" complete list for the province Is being published, in order that no Southern Alberta school may be omitted. The list Is at the Herald oUlccr and those interested may obtain mforriiatlon desired by calling on the phone.) Adam, Arthur; Ad- Kalte L.; Adams, Jennie; Adams Aleiand- AJLken. Jane Fearj; MlUe C.; AlexanOer, Agnes T.; ___., Ethel V.; Allan, Gordon; ADan. .IVJIJIe. Alien, Annie Allen, MUdren .1.; Allen. Sherwood; .Hired, Slna; Aim, 3vlBigarct A.; ALslcr. -Wary li: Alton, Leonard- Allan, Leslie Ambrose, Eric; Anderson, Bernhurd; Anderson, BemJre.'AndeisoD. Kalhenne H.; Ander- George! 'Anderson', Margaret, Ahder1 Km, iljrlle.E.; KuLh; 'Arcbtr. Ilobwl: A'scrottT Joho; Balkjv Alan; Ball-. Marlon; leen; Bakef.OIhxy; BtU.-Hlec M.; Btldwnci Lawi'ence Ballah. John; BapUe. 3nby. BapUe.' Bulla; Barber, Barclay. IFranltlin G.; Bird, Harrf H-; Earll, Gertrude; Barker. "Mftry; Stanley; Archi- bald Lillian, .Barnhin, -Baron, Mad El In e; V.; Harry, Joseph; Barton, Luella; Bart-cb. Lewis C.; Bas- HJrKjn; Bassler, Baits, Airth; Bessie O-: Hites, ROT; BaUulc, Mike; Alrin t1.; Baangmrlaer, El- Huler. Donjthr L.; Beach, Percy A.; JBiajje, Btirdj "Hairy; Beaton, Beattlc. Jewie; Seattle, Ralph; Beatty, Annie P_; Beaubler, Richard; Bwupre, Victoria; Beck, Gladys; Back- s', j Bellamy, Jack; Bernice: Edllh; _. Berue H.; Bennell, .Norms; BecL- LJlj; Chapman, Lolua ib; Cberraur, James Cfalsholm, 1VIU- loir. JU; ChrlshojV Cora; Christensen, AYerner; ChrisHen, I'aul Christie, Harry R-; Christie, John: Christie, Chrysirt-, Vera; Chudlelgh.. _ Church. Arlbur; Churchlilll, Cathprln-e; Churchill Edna; Churchill, Yi'elsa; tl's- ell. Clare. Clark, liive. C. Oaj. Tjufclin C K; MarnBret A.; Clme, Coad, Helen; Cobb.-Ethel; Coch- ran. Kern Colfla, Frederick: Cofleld. lofl. Cole, Alice M.; Collier. Ilerlnici: Collier, Jtnnle; Coie, Alda G.; Collins. Jean; Collins, .Ruiy W.; vrOlllsan, Rae CoIvelJ. Eertha; Colvcll. .Lloyd G.; Con- dy; lUlla V.f'Conhy. Ella Cornell, Bessie; Condon, Connor, Blanche il.: Connor, R. Jack; Connors Gwrglna U; Huih: Cook. Amy- Cook. Annie; Cook; Eunice; Cook, Mar- lorle; Coolr, Mary; Coolc. Rar; Coot, Ver- Cook. Walter; Cooke, Ealpb, R. COOBP. Ludna. A, M.; Cooper, IsoUelle 31.; Cooper, Melvine'B.; Coop-r. -Ranok >L; Cooper, Hoss II.; E.; Hi; J.; (Jopp, Isatell; Cop- CUtfn; Coppock, Coiloe Dora; Irew'; Oonwllssen. llaeeiL Otto E.; ComVall, Lola J. an. Feme; Corse, George fe.; Corj' CousineaiT, Pusscll Helen; Coj-. Cecil; Cowm. Luc> ItenlltF, Lllorjorte; Birney, I Bcrscht.rTrenton; ieaaji5on. Percr K.-r R; iSIni-Millie G.; Ulrd, Gladitoiw, BlrCslr, ifaaMC'i.jRUhop, CTajiett. Chaxlej; Blxby, Jeanj- K_; Black- bttn. Itiaiii ninl r nin Cecil R.; ijjAckBore, Thomas; .BlRckwcod, May; ThoBuu; Bleaken, Blkin, John; Blalrr Bloom, Merlin; Kioom-" ._, Bemlce; Ulanl, I'ercy Is.; Bocock, !dl EcsgV Gfronre A.; Boggs, 3os-: B-l-BoQeau, Margaret; 'Bolan, Gtolfrey; BoUoa. Emma; BonI-- Benin, Anlilnctte; Boolhe, Bordra, Elhel; t; T. T GJ- tt, Edna M.; 51.; Boorzan, Ferris X.; Bowden, t; Boirden, Bowlclt. Glaflys E-{ Cath- Opal; Bodabj, Marie: Esther C.; Bradley. Ethel M-: r, Bradlei.. P_; Goflfrty II. BraaeLh, Blanclie; -Braaler. Once nui, TVllUnn Brell, Louie; WlnDifred; Auoerr; Itrin- v Brtllbn, Gladys Broirn. Annie L: own, ErbVn. "C Etlmond; Charltap Ercwn, Zlfie; Brown, Bnnrtl, Grace__ own, Harry- E.; E.; oroi B.; CnJf, Crfllf, ifarj' J. Crvlf, Monlapie W.; Crate. Vcraon Cralff, Crandellf John K.; Craw fort. Crfclfrhton, W. P.era; Cblck, ifarj- E.; Ad- .Crimp, ..Ivor: Crimp. .Harold inen, Crofts. M.; Troll. JHobcrt- M.; Cromarlr, Arlhnr J.: Crosby. Carol G.; Cros Geonrs K_; Cross. Edwin E.; Cross, Glenn K; Cross, John G.; Crcsaland Marr B.; Croucli; Jimes Anne Jolio; CuTy, TlielmE C. It, JoJse'ph T.; Dacre. M'lllUm H. George Uahl, OnSrew; Dahl -jnlbenr, Kvelj-o; Her (ha s E.; Darnw. Harold -Millie; Darro.-h, Herbert C Dat AlduU C.; DarJdMn, .Apnta D fJavlilson, Stanley; Charlpa B- Oartts, Percy Davis. DoroHir; Klsle; Florence Haze O.; Uflr. Perry.A.; Dean. MBrJorler Vera II.: S.; Ue" 3ier'J? 3L; jJpMCl Annie E.; -Depfewi, berl; Dorothr; JxiuU; Beatrice 1.; Deutsch John; Derail. .Thomas H, N.; aJevilt, El S.; IHwar, Bel Diet. Kathtrlna; Dick, HQJ-; DJckout Jean; DJdflbury. Jeai Mllard, Prenclile A.; Lewlu Clmadale, Dlmsdale, Harold; DIs ner, Elia; Dltlrick, Uerlrude L: Dobble T llltcheU; Doherty, Hobert; Dole, P.u rice; Ties Ilia g l m ot food supply EWFOUNDLAND'S PREWOAMEN7 St Jobn'a, Nfld., July Itldsum mer heraJdtnp Ihe appnuchiDg cold inter fiud the colony of Newfound- lf irlth the prob d control of the omlng year. Not only Is Ihe IE! and '-is a whole ependent upon the United StaJts and anada (or its supplies of flour, pori, alt beef, 50gar and. many other ar clcs ot food, but nundreds ol com along1 its seaboard tare cot I from Importation ol anr cbmioodt es during five months "o[ the. year 'hese selUeruenU are served ba' fleet steamers and chooners which tririfi tlie years', (oofl upply from St. Jonii'a and other larso owns duflbr the seyen months 'that Brown, Hirold Brown, Karrty; Kilhrrn; Mareartt; BroVn. Mary Brown, Mary 11.; Brunner, Bruce, James; Blake; Bryan, flrj-- Harriet; Bryan I. Hariy; Mryden, IXnald; BacV, Garnel; BTJchinrham. Al-' Bncfcley, Nellie; B.; Bnell, M.; Mary Anna Burk. Ernest; Bur- Aett, GMx Q.; Burannm, Bums, (kirdm, Barnup, TaHic; Tbflm- U1 llutler, HJIda M.; Butler, Illta; uuttervlck. Blanche >fc; BatleriricJt, Hwa C.; Edilh P. (CahooflL, Albcrl: Cahoon, Calder, b. Lul- Hl'Caliachui, Eat her; Calrcrt, BerOITlU; Cftmeron, Htz-1: -Campbell, Edward C.; GeorflnA; Campbell, Mabel; '11, Mark E.; Campbell, Xorma; ______, Joseph; Lillian 0.; Car- litae, a.; Carl, Marjorte; Carle- toh, Carlson, Etfle J.; Carplan, Tiiomaj; Thomaay Ctrpe'nlerv Kmesl! Uj CarEdB, Marian B.; Car- Allda; CartwrigM, Gtrald Cas- caoden, Gract M., Cuatls, Willie, Oa5- tor; Jtsrfe CTlMord; Chamber- lain, Herrold; .Norma 51.; _r ____ Doll. Beat Hubert; A. Itiry Jj. _ Donaldson, Samuel 1' Dorsey, Madfe; Tlbupe, Etta E.; Drake, Haael; Drav. Wlllian A-; Drew, Alfred W.; Drew, Elizabeth Drlscoll; Alleen Drury, Ethel; ifoyle; Duffield, Clara; -JDBCBaa, A.'Iee K. Kenneth; 'Duffiild, Joseph; Du Allen j.; Duncan, Jean; William; Cfordon Dunford.'-ohn Xloyd: 'Danlop, P.onald W Dunn, Cirteman Dunn, G Dunn; MiryvIV! Dunant, Richard; Dur Duftcn Patrick; Dans, Charfe Flonnce; 'Earwaker, Alice A', Eaaoni MGTT E-; EaelT Vsima; llistma Annie; Ebtrly, Samuel Eby, Alber rar, E. 'Marjories'Edfar, Gladys: PUdraj' Edmonds, Fraaer" L Arlltiir M EifMhclh F.; Kdward0, Kern Etale; Elder. Gladyr EMason. George; Elliott, ______ rie; Ell lot -Henry. P.; Elricfc, Baftran Kannie; _ Elton, -Ada; Klton n, .vrjm A.; Emery, M 3.; IBUC A.; Knff.lflh, Jick H. F.; Kotl. n Klcfmed; feme, KennMh; Esl "aitUche, May; Evana, IHrmor Evans, Habel: Kvai pfiMbe; Sldne Molly c. Kwlnv. Molly c. Fair, Dixie; Falil-, Fare Mary, g.-r Farley. Jobn K.; Farmer, AT 0.; Farrar.'--AMiie; John; Farrle Tt. D WMIIa wnfc, -Mildred ft; Fairns, Will Ahnlej i Felhsleln, Fento FercusoB, Archie, J.; Ftr Colon Fie1 oley, RbWrli Folhlnn, ____ _ -------'ij JDorla For ham, Marjaret Pureman, K. Myrt -Formah, Marlon J Kleanor; Forward, Alice; Fo- MJ- Hyril W.: JWer, Marlcm Fos veil, ABnlft! Fouldf. Ellallne; Founta EdwardL Fnwler, L.: Foy, Jac rank, Alfred 0.; Frfenkcn, Joe; Krankl Krawr, IXma 9'! ilnrje D.V K-i.-FTW, rrandsf Krlc M bf Giwn CtMnI I FARM AT MACLEOD SOLD (Tm Our Own Macltod. July Ike aurtrfct urt Joe Hodge up for tajurlai ttle. After hearinf the wai ut up tor the Court r trlaL Ball was fiied at Anderson Bins, farmer, llvlnc Macleod, has purchased the fbe ru of A. Sorge. OD Olsen esl of SJacleod. This l> known as ne ot the best farms In lie Olsen district. ISO -with B ouse, good bulldicgl. 160 acres of op, all the cattle, Uorfles aid Imple- ents. All that was not Included in ie sale was Ihe clothing ot Ihe 'am-, r and the l-iord motor car., Mr. orga may buy'land IB the dlilrlct gain and make his home. D.-L. Mudlmen. one of (lie fanuere this district, southwest o( Macleod, DO went on a rlslt.tb AusUalla for s health, returned some weeka ago. lie clianje was bene'fclal for I line, e doctor's there telling. him to get ome as. he could. live only few Since his..reloro hoaw. he Is much Improved taalT ork nnd look after hta farm, and Its his friends that Sunny': Alberts. best ot all. Since of aHh his two eldest boys kaye en- sled in. tha englneeHnc corpa. and zpecl to go Into training hi-a few The Boy Scouts ire Bow preparing ir their summer caoilid, a few miles est of town, where' they will nelr annual trainlng.'- Caramon of Lethbrlrlge Is ing friends in Macieoii.. Aliss Huft ot Edmonton Is spending er holidays -with frleada'ln Macleod. FRUllKINE QIC Htiltl til t frooj fnjil lot reUeTtd caws of Liner, R'aaJ, KiJnef and TmUa Uem tmy tttfr mtJifint. la of Ulwuutlcn, Sclaliea, Pata la the licit, Impure' X ralfia, Chroaie Constipation and ladlffslioa, "Fnut- fea jivea unusually fKalU. By iU.clMnsiDC, poireia Ine orpiu, lones up imTijor- atrc Ihawholasystem. Me. box, for trial no. At ill dttlen or ient postpaid by Fruit a-lifcs Ottawa. Claresholm, July notice by lie Caliaty NawB-Telegrtla Jhat crops In Ihe best to We Ijve spent wae line in to locale the boundirles ol the CilgiiT dUtrlct, but at the lime of vritiBE Jiive not been abls to do so. In traTelHns tbrough whil ought to ba callwi Uie Calgarj- district. We IP CRtW IS IRMDINFIRE no-t Usenet Pioal that wl.Bl grain Is is badly damaged by hall The River district Just souli o[ Calgary Is standing the dry wje'ather ID ffood as also Is The iV an tori district. Whan you get lo the SUfery, district, there a frcat dlftereace In the Icwks of Ihe crops is the tfummer faHow Is as good as could be posslrjly expected owing io tLe lack ot moisture. tbf_ event or ho rain In three., dla- Iricts (a sure (o be a'good crop of vheal and oats. In I rain IE B one of S. F, Lced's horses on the1 'exhibition-track lui the iris'Bp.wii badly, hurt horse railing. The cUreshplm lair -wh.chvwlll.be the edge of the confiae- the .man who had just out (X Itw fiery furoace fouu4 groaalAC It his atony, comrades In Ins to MM bis palo. tire Warden Frank Iiigam at oace toot charge 61 the twor fellow and stayed with, him uutll (lie arrival of DrV, Corsau. Lance, Coryoral, Jo. noir homo because of wounds also arrived and rendered all the aid.bo could luffercr, Hanger.-Hart. taking-aHlalsnl? with htm, went Into the fire district as soon ai It was possible lo penetrate the aty heat, and the other bodies men- tioned above were brought out. Mr. Han later vent farther Into (lie burning ri-Eion, and with his assist' broujlit out 5ii horses which (her round wandering about, some of laem severely burned but all ot them aj glad to see a human form as a small chili) Is to run to Its parent after a fceparatlon.. unable to do more last night, Mr Forbes end Ranger Hart, with oth- ors, r'stuisM to Fernlc, leaving Jack bush superintendent, cm Ilia around with sonie men to keep walcb and do what they could for any other men who mlshl have escaped burn aud succeeded In getllcc through the flre. No Attempt to Fight Blaze The Tlnd'was still blowlns such a lale that nithllng fire was an- Impos slbUlly, and no attempt at such work was "uiade. This morning the Herald, man re turned by auto lo Oleson. and walked pp the logging railway to the burnt fourteen, and surveyed the [5 rulna of.what was yesterday a.bnsy II and drouth loKl'ns ca'np. He found the bodies III anu oruuLu. ,____. .1 Is passable. The gOTerii-. held on August 1st and 2nd promises ent which has beeo Inquiring into to be the best yet held as the le cause of the increase of titipc prte- 3 is prepared for the creation-of. ood control board.- TORONTO CLEARINGS Toronto, July clearing, or the .week endlse today were (57 year eclriei. lor ItTtistock ip to'the .p ent lime are'far-in anSrance 6t other vears. __Arrmnf ements miae" by a special committee to hold a uull sized ftJUBpede-i and all' UuU''wtUCW; lacking -'liitml JleJkina Hit p.- J. -Berg frota. a S be 5. cejij 01 CUresbolm nt llliin V.; berq a May; GMlav, Ited: Tlllnd; Gardentr, Edward; GaroUner Iberl J.; Gardiner, Charles; 'Gardiner, ne erlrudv XL; 'Girries nav-1 Garry, Jos; Garval, iHe'len- Gee, Frnnk; Getter, HniA-' ecnml GenunlU. R. Helen- eorre, Ilnnrletta C.; Gerrie; Jotrn Ibeau, Clbatn, Glb- on. Mary E.- Glbeon. atorr ussel S.; Glffen, AuWit: Gilbert, Uert- Jlbert, Grace; firtFon, JfabelT Gin, Hildf-E.; GUlen Gillies, GUHes, Jofanv Gil- es, Marnret Wnller: Intrier, VTilbur; Rbbert; Glam- eck, Dfljrmaj; GJov- r, .Charlie; Glover, Eva; Godboat. Lor- Goldbere, Goldman, .urmwl jQneBotjjjv' aad'jj.LUer as that'h'e Tia- Ited; 1 -i rhe Liberals .this .district ire jy. getting tKefc delectira A DIM In ted attend tfie-LiierU ctfreDllbnjto be IheSfUiHni gth of Wills; Goods, k-rank Goode Hat: Good fellow, Ollrer; Goodtund; Robert A.; fuid, Fitak; Gordon. luriEl A.; .Gordon. Robert ColtMh- Ermi; Goujh. Hetea T.; KiVired A: qrabowski, b'lrai; Eleanor: ,Grahiin, Floyrt; Jottn 'B-; Adi M.; Grani.-GM'fce J.; Granl, anet; Wary -Willie: ray. Enunuel: Jimea Gray, UtMets, Gray, Terni ,V. .M.; Oreen, .rLJlur; Jotiti Gretne, Kllean- reenneld, FrmnVlyn-H.; Greenfield IJoy; IrlesdorT, Grlrnn. Clyde; Griff ihs, Winnie; Glmhy.'Harel K.; Crimson. B.; lirlndley, Frank 'Quay. An- .J.: Guncloo; Marjo'rle Gumty, H.; Gwaltney, E' Vlola. i." Ifackelt. Nora; Ludwli; Hill, Hall, Lucille; Hall. Vef. 'A-; U.u on, James; Ham, -Clifford HajnbKy, Hernlce: llaralllon: .-Himlllon. Jdarj-; Hlmlllon. Wllllani, Hamnin, na; Harrimer, DoHs Ralpli ]1anerr Raymond Anne rl.; Hanson, 'MarfareL a.; Harconrt Dorothy; Kathaleen; Hardle, Catherine: Hardltur, B.; 'Hanly, Era D Hardy, George P.; Hare, Fraidt J.; Hare, A.; Jame> 'H.; s, Stanley; Tom; e. Thomas C.; Harper, Jtan A.-, Har- teah; Herrlnrtoc. John A.; Hnrrte. 7are It; Harris, Oeorse; Harris, Surah: Hairlion, R. Lester; Flarlley; Jllrt 1. hlartfleld, lAWrenc v; Hartman, Robert; HarrejvFrank P Harvey, Tlobert W.; FaririT M.; Hatch, Itonrld; HUttm, E. GeraU; Hiini- eiv Arnold K-; Haven, 'Loli'M.: )Iawken, Dorothy Hawkea. Wlnnlfredffl 1 e, Donald 3.- Hay, Sarah U; Hfa- Kathleen M.; Howlhorne, FJwarJ H.; Hayes, Edward; Hiyr.M, Christine; -Unjs, cotft, rreda; Hcalrt, Dorothy HI; Heath- cole, Lesley M.; Htdderlck, Colin; Helfel Dorothy: Hehb, Vera 11.: Helberf, Helen Henderson, Helena B.; Hendenon, Mary M.; Henderson, Pallle C.; Ile'nderMn Husjell w.: Htn.lrlcknon. ollanna; Hen MaHe; dry, Hllchle; HetijsK-r. MaHe; Kennel tf.; Herman, Kra.C.: Herndon Hllchle; HetijsK-r. th tf.; Herman, HeUTlni, Uchlor; nuge; Hlcklt, cor; Ruth Hlckn, rnsge; juvmc, _ __ ___._ IllBh'cbck, FxlLlhi 'Hill 11111, Hoy M.1: Hill, JartfeN 31111, C.; Mill, Mavis C.; nle, HUlabr, Kela; Mine, Mabel; flllillk Mary; Hoadley, Oegryo; Hodinon, HotCman, Hoffman, Mildred; Hfll fer, Edna', Holland, ".-Percy; Marie T.; MlHred Holmes, C, H, MacDomld; i__ frey, Holmes, Hvwti, -Kllzrllwlh Jloorer, Worthy: V.: Hcrtn Dolly t.; Horn. May; Hftrrlf, (XTirrlne KtrrHcfca, Kmlly; 'Horwniin, s Anh'i.-.O. Howfltir Jofcn W, Clara; Kaiy M.: Kabbin Marr; -j HutflnV'': Klborne; WikJIafrii.'lIu lelt, Kuthl; Hullffi'Min; C-'-' Thelrhri Humblio; ETTIA; Btafcle Krne.it: H.; Hun Kric C.; Hunt, Hunt, -Han Nellie B.j l.unler, AHih; of nine'-horses, swollen and burped, some of them almost a char. One. horse had bit still In Its mouth, the irons of-.'the baffles about its neck and bne tug lying' across Us body, a muto witness and Inten- sity of tbe htat which, overtook It. TwelTe roasted porkers lay In their recent-'sly, done to a turn snd offer- Umptlng the bears and dlres-, 2 At the place where tbe cook house fouud IvlM wllh kts aims o crl, hands' and tcel, wliat ie- uialncd of them, indicating must dlid IK treat ieouy. The olhnr bo4y. stipvoied to be Ihjt of an rklher wnder-slzcd. was so badly buneC.tha; re.conulllun Im- possible; skull .was entirely bare, IwlU arnit uu) entirely consumed. Tfecie .were put In canvas coven mi brouibl down to the (rack, unit will ue brougot to town thlt ov- tl Is tliouijht that rtiew eeves meo all; lost their lives In the luukraul, though It will lie im- possible, to .determine Just how many men were at (he Saturday; and until Ihls has becii done, II will not be kiiowu whelhftr ttero aro other bod- lea yet to Touiid. were: one of whji-h was that or .Young Hurry Barnei, a_6oalo( one of the-dlrectors of acting as clerk at the tamp. Slaying behind a llttlo longer'than sonic of Ihe others, he was cut off'anij-hail to throw'his -jilch-lie'inas endeavoring to save, into (he creek and soon had to follow, Into Ihe water friiere' b.0. oven an hour before lie ilared a get-away. He had a co'rapniilon'who went throush the same experience, and when he came through the smoke to tho res- cuing party, he was sliaklngjis though suffering. from an. ague fit. Ills cye- Kbrows and wera singed but Ing a good nerve, he soon revived. Another -man, named .McGllvary, was near train when, the engineer'ilteBiiited to ilrlva through the fire. nn old .woo4sniau, he snv-lhc [nlllily of fiuch a move aud took the back track to the camp, and foljowliis, the icoarae taken by Jack Coulter and. some other ho reached Safely' over the crest 'or the ridge to 'tie' south of the camp.- All those 'followed this keep- Ing the I" Iheir teeth, and the fire at. their' In safety on the opposilD side of the ridge. Many of tho men kiie'w polblng of the coun: tfv anil being blinded and hcivlldcrcil knew not, which way. lo seek safely. The tiro lii'cu who perished on the side hill would -have saved themselves 1C they had gone up trie gulclr instead of at right angles lo lha course of the fire, Foreman Gray, who had charge, ot the wasjhought to have perlflh bill knowing'th'e'ground, he was abje to sa're. nimself-bnd came through without a scratch.'' Rain fell lasl nlgbt putting a quietus fire, and this .morning It not difficult.to" Iravel abouUoverl-the iru AIBELLFM Our Own July A occurred at on vfieii BteVe LlMlt au euiployee of P. WolBlenholme was crushed t large Vajon and a gate poil endeavoring lo a runaway learn of which be bad charge. Ha vas to the Dellevue hospital, whtre he succumbed to his Injuries, inie'r- ment look place At Uolemau OH Krl- day- Mra. T- Mutphj- arrived frvm Lctn- bridge ou Friday morning and is a tow days wllh her ifwlter liero, .Airs. Jlcwe, N At a .meeting of' ihc Bltlrmore C. K., heJU oc. ulght B deputation of mluers walled upon the loL-al com mil tee a re- quest that members of tlie local .Un- ion V, M. ol A. be apno.ntcd to UID coiuLntttce to number 'proportion. with tho flniqunt Into' the Brunch by .mlaers. The mailer Is bouiK looked Into by the coDiulllee nod, will be decided upon In the near future. Miss Lillian Cains ot Medicine Hat IB Epcudlng several days vllh here, v .'-_. ALLIES WILL ENTER BERLIN BY.AIFV ROUTE July Gco. Osquiro, commander of the ual corps, said todsy thai Ihe tlve ot llio nlllcd gavcrnmcnLs Is In eater Germany by the air1 route, anrt that tho Unllci] Is eo'lng to spend (M on Btrplanea to help gel tticrc. "The United States govcrnmeut Is going lo. provide cii- machines to mako itscK felt In putting" this' program be concluded. had stood yesterday .just alter the burnt dlslrlijl, though jthe ivind Which dinner had been eaten, the situation; hag Increased, 'kept tumbling 6f the dining could DQ distinct- ly traced hy Jhe two rows.of Kranitc- wiire ind spoons'ivfaich rah ol Ilia place. nB down the track the news- Q met tbe searching oi Chief WelaUy, ol Ihe pro'vln- rfaJ police force, Trio fiad returned to the'place'lo search for Iwo more-men jfhp hid'iiot been accounted for, and who had-last beep'seen near where the lofffnp train bad met its' fate! .The bodies _of .these, two men '.Trere located -by7, the >W of comradee .Who fall as all the ateep side' of the ioauUIn. There were about fitleen men In that eanj, the I vere of these two men, who' Buccumb- wt tb the. inteise. heat and smoke as (hey labored up Che monntalE side. "of Demlco, a HoS' man of" more clown blirnlag tree-things about the camp ivhere [there- was' slill Standing limber. Coroner- Wltkea went up this iltor- noon'and an he held to- morrow., ROGERS CANDIDATE ..-'--'.''IN Man., Rogers Csept- word to" in Winnipeg, last nlehl, .that he will be a In' the -new-constit- uency of South'AVtarilpeg. Tho Liberal also ann'onnccs they-.would and- North madinm size, and Lbbodj was c- The "WarJ Bread" must contain entire wheat the white flour center buts every particle of gluten and mineral the outer bran is so useful in keeping the bowels healthy' a'nd.active. Shredded .Wheat Biscuit is the real "war bread" because it 100 per centv whole' prepared in a'digestible form; Contains no yeast, .baking powder, seasoning, or cnemi-'! cals of any. kind, -fooii conf scrvatiori begins vntii. ded Wheat fast and ends with Shredded'' Wheat Biscuit for Delicious with sliced bananas, berries! or other fruits. Made in Canada. AUGUJ5T 7th TUESDAY PHornlnj .ol Junior. Chautauqua. treble Clet Globj; Lecture, "Your Work and Walter E. Stern. 35c. Evening Clet Clnb; S. Platt Huiaorist: Admlsttom SOC-. CiiuUoijul ftecrtjil. BoliTtn MiKdbuM; torforaOein, "Tie GrMtwt maa Wallace. Admltafon we. Rulhren Macdonald; Lec- ture, Reign of Ihe Cojnmra W. J, Aimhilon 75c. Play Cartoon-Lecture "Kwecr'' Karacteri 1're Marioti Ballon Admlokn Evening Prelwle "Bipcr Morxn Otiiti, Dra- mitlo UttAir; "Carson, of Iho NoTtN The Cnmiifl Flajert. Admhilon Junior Chautauqua at 9 a.m. Afternoon 2.30'...... Evening Concert Lecture'.'-'- 3.00 8.15 8.00 Readings From Robert Service labtdie Interprets Poems of Service tnd i Drummond at Chautitiqui FRIDAY Junior Ctaulnutjua Play Hour.. Aflernpon Prelude, The Chautauqua 'i Orchestra Adnilssion T5c. "Stories .from' Ihe Ada L., Evening Craritl Concert, The Chautnuqua Orcheatra'i 311 vWitciraKle, Sololil: Admission SATURDAY Junior Plar Hour. Afternoon .The Scotch 'Concert Party: Readlngi! nnd tlons.'Kran'cIsVLabadJo. Ail- mlsilon 25c. Evening -r-1 Ceflcert-Prelude, Tie Scotch Concert 'Popular IJccltro. "Lld'e .Balance Sheet." roan. AdinlBsloa 16c.' MONDAY' Tlay llon'r. y Afternoon PQF.canl, Junior Chautaiiijiiaiis." PreMo, Ilawallin Quln- -tctte; Popular liMlare, in tho 'Dr.-A, .Ad- Me. Evening "An Evw.lng-ln. Granrl Cloalng Concert, Walklkl Hawaiian "Quintette. Admission 75c.. How Little It OMU to Attead Chtetiuqoa on t _ 'I r- i fHt FOR A Cfl TRIFLE OVER TEN, CENTB OR THE WAIklKI HAWAIIAN' AUrBCUOIJS, flUINTET, IN FULL EVENINO CONCERT, OR THt' 1 ftr tBf ll' PLAYERS-LESS THAN 12c FOR A THOUSAND LAUOMO s, F'LATT JONES ON THE OPENING NIGHT, SEE w. J. LLOV'D AND.BUr YOUR SEASON TICKETS-BEFORE" THE.Y'ARE AD- Children S1.50 ;