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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta page an THE LETHBRIDGE, DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JULY 30, 1917 WOMEN who want to be economical should use SUNLIGHT SOAP fredy in- the house. First, because it is nil pure soap-there are no cheap " fillers" so it goes farther and you get more real soap for the money. Second, because clothes last longer when washed with SUNLIGHT. Isn't this important P There are no injurious chemicals to harm the finest cloths-55,000 guarantee of this. At All Grocers Made in Canada by LEVER BROTHERS LIMITED TORONTO 17 Grade 8 Examinations (The balance of the lists of Grade Eight will be published tomorrow; as it is very longthly this year. As the names are not furnished the newspapers in districts, the complete list for the province is being published, in order that no Southern Alberta school may be omitted. The list is at the Herald office, and those interested may obtain information desired by calling en the phone.) FINE FARM AT MACLEOD SOLD (From Our Own c�rr�spona�ul> Maelood, July 29.-In tfce district court Joe Hodge was up for Injuring cattle. After hearing the case he was sent up for the next Supremft Court for trial. Bail was fixed at $1,000. Anderson Bins, farmer, llvlnir north I of Macleod, haB purchased the fine farm of A. Sorcc, on Olsen Creek,, west of Macleod. This is known ns one of the best farms In the Olsen Creek district, 480 acres, with a house, good buildings, 100 acres of crop, all the cattle, horses and Implements. All that was not included in the sale was the clothing of the family and the Ford motor car. Mr. Sorgo may buy land In the district again and make his home. D. L. Mudlmcn, one of the farmers In this district, southwest of Macleod, who went on a visit to Australia for his health, returned some weeks ago. The chnngc was beneficial for a time, the doctor's there telling him to get home as he could live only 'a few weeks. Since his roturn home, he Is so much improved that he can now work and look after his farm, and tells his friends that Sunny Alberta is best of all. Since his regaining of health his two eldest boys have enlisted in the engineering corps, and expect to go into training In a few days. The Boy Scouts are now preparing for their summer camps, a few miles west of town, where they will have their annual training. Mrs. Cammon of Lethbridfe is visiting friends in Macleod. Miss Huff of Edmonton is spending her holidays with friends In Macleod. THF WONDERFUL FRUIT E Acklnnd, Jessie A.: Adam. Arthur; Ad- | hms, Kaite �,.; Adams. Jennie; Adams jloiierick: Agar, Carlyie C.; Ahrens, jEdllh: Aird, ^Vinnifred; Aitken. Alexr.ni!-�!!; Aitkrn. Jane L,.: Albertscn, Pear.-: iAldeu, Llllie C: Alexander. Agnes T.; : Allan, Ethel V.; Allan. Gordon: Allan. .Willie.. Allen, Annie l\: Allen, Mildren ,1.; Allen, Slierwoml: Allred, Slna; Aim, Jlnrparot A.; Alst�r, Mary L.: Alton,: Leonard G.: Alton, Leslie It.; Ambrose. Kric; Anderson, Bernhard; Anderson, l^ernice; Anderson, Katherine H.: Anderson. George; Anderson, Marparet, Ander-Fon, Myrtle E.; Anderson, Oliver: Angus. JCva; Annable, Ruth; Anstlce, Frederick; Archer, Jack; Akin. Abram: Armstrong. Frederick; Armstrong. George J.; Arnold, Itobert; Ascroft, Constance, Asp, Gladys; Asplnall, May: Atkinson, Eric: ^Attrlll, Jessie; Atwood. Arthur; Augade, Louis; Austin, Sophia. Backinsky, Branlslaw Beckman, Bonnie P.: Badner, John; Bailey. Alan; Ball-lie, Jean; Baird, Marlon: Baker, Kathleen; Baker, Mary; Bald, Ellen M.: Baldwin. Arthur; Baldwin, Lawrence E.: Ball, Annie; Ball, Mary: Ballah, John: Baptle, Edward H.; Baptle. Buby, Baptle. Ruth; Barber, Flake; Barclay, IFranklin G.; Bard, Harry H.; Baril, Gertrude; Barker. Mary; Barker, Stanley, Barnecut. Archibald G.; Barnetson, Lillian, Barnhtll, Alexander: Baron, Madeline; Barrett, Dwlglit W.: Barry. Elsie; Barton, Joseph; Barton, Luella; Bartsch, Lewis C.: Bas-sett. James; Baasingwaite, Irene. Basster. Hiram; Bassler, Hoslna, Bates, Alvin; Bates, Bessie O.: Bates, Roy; Batluk, Jtike; Baukol, Alvin p.; Baungartner, El-fa; Baxley, Dorothy L.: Beach, Percy A.; Beane, Mabel: Beard, Henry: Beaton, Catherine; Beattie. Jessie; Beattie, Jtalph; Beatty, Annie R.; Beaubier, Richard; Be&upre, Victoria; Beck, Gladys; Becker. Harold: Beckett. Velma. M.; Bednar, Gustav�; Bell, Melville J.; Bellamy, Jack; 1 Benedict, Bernice F.; Bengston, Edith: Bennett, Bertie II.; Bennett, Norma; Season, Olive A.; Bentley, Harold; Bent-ley, 1C M.; Bentley, Morjorle; Birney, (Bar!; Bernstein, Alsa: Berscht, Trenton; BetlLBertha: Bezanson, Percy M.; Bick-eu, -Thorbura: Bingham. Maria K.: Bin?-hiun, MUlicent S.; Bingham. William F.; 2Mrd. Gwendolyn: Bird. Millie GV. Bird, Oliver; . Birginal, Gladstone, Blrosh, H�leni Bishop, lvah; Bishop, Richard r llssett. Charles: Blxby, Jeany K.; Blackburn, Roaamond L.; Blackett. (.'ecu R.; Blackmore, Thomas; Blackwood. May: Lorn*; Blair, Thomas; Bleaken, Charlie; Blanchard, Ireva; Blaln, John; Blair,-IBliah, Eugene; Bloom, Martin; Bloom-inUrt, Bernice; Blunt, Percy N.; Bocock, Cecil W.: Boggs, George A.; Boggs, Jos-Jeph B.; Boileau, Margaret: BoJan. Irene: Volt, Geotfrey; Bolton.. Emma; Bonl-faoe, Daisy; Bonin. Antoinette; Boothe, rwnaj Bordon, Ethel: Bostick. T. Edward; IBott, Edna M.; Bourne, Edna; Bourns, \Edythe M.; Bouyzan. Ferris X.; Bowden, Irene; Bowden, Sydney; Bowlck. Hajiel G.-; Bowling, Gladys K.; Bowman, Catherine M.; Boyd. Opal: Bodaby, Marie: (Bradford, Marjorle: Bradley, Beatrice L.: Bradley, Esther C; Bradley. Ethel M.; feradlay, Laur�; Bradley, William R.; Brady. Godfrey H. P.; Bramley-Moore, Laura; Braseth, Blanche; Brazier, Grace J.; Brcnnan, William E.; Brett, Louie; 33rewer, Winnifred; Bright, Au'oery; Hrin-6on, Wilson JL; Brltton, Gladys 1.; [Brooke, Margaret; Brown, Annie l. : (Brown, Audreys Brown, C. Edmond; [Brown, Charleajr Brown, Elfie; Brown, 3?ern; Browri, Grace L.; Brown, Harold S.i Brown, Harry E.; Brown, Harvey; fcrown, Ina E.; crown, John T.: Brown Kathryn; Brown, Margaret; Brown, Mary JJrown, Mary B.; Brown, Roy; Brubacher, JIarbert, Brunner, Velma; Bruce, .lames; Jrunaon, Blake; Bryan, Kathleen; Bryant, Harriet; Bryant. Harry; Mryden, Donald; Buck, Garnet; Buckingham, AJ-" S,a; B-ickley, Beatrice; Buckley, Nellie; uehler, Merton R.; Buell, ^athleen M.; Buhlinger, Crlstine; l'-.iuucK, Mary I.; Burgess, Anna M.J Burk. Ernest; Burnett, Glelg G.; Burnham, Thelma-, Burns, Gordon, Burnup, Puttie: Burwash, Thomas A.; Butgereit, Caroline; Butler, Hilda M.; Butler, Rita: nutterwick, ..lanche M.: Butterwick, Ross C: -/erg, Edith P. Cahoon, Albert; Cahoon, Ireta; Culder, j.; Calkikna, C; Calkins, L. Calkins, Lulls,: Callaghan, Esther; Calvert, Berdillla; Cameron, Hazel; Campbell, Edward C; Campbell. Georglna; Campbell, Mabel; Campbell, Marie E.; Campbell, Norma; Cannon, Joseph; Capsey, Lillian G.: Car-l)lne, Evelyn G.; Curl, Marjorle; Carle-ton, Grace; Carlson, Effie J.; Carolan, Thomas; Carpenter, Thomas: Carpenter, Maxwell; Carr, Nell; Carry, Ernest! Carson, Ada L.; Carson, Marian E.; Car-thew, Alicia; Cartwrlght, Gerald A.; Cas-cadden, Grace M.; Cassels, Willie, Castor, Jessie i.; Cates, Clifford; Chamberlain, Herrold; Chamberlain, Norma M. Thousands Owe Health And Strength To "Fruit-Mives" "FHUIT-A-TIVES", the marveltoui medicine made from fruit juice*-has relieved mora cases of Stomach, Liivr, Mood, Kidney and Skim TrouUts lham �*> ether medicine. In severe cases t>t Rheumatiwn, SeUtica, Lumbago, Pain in the Back, Impure Mood; Neuralgia, Chronic Headaches, Chronic Constipation and Indigestion, "Fruit-a-tivea" baa given unusually effective results. By its cleansing, healing powers on the eliminating organs, "Fruit-a-tives" tones up and invigorates the whole system. SOc. a box, 6 for J2.50, trial )��, We. At all dealers or sen t postpaid by Fruit. a-tiTCS Limited, Ottawa. TRAIN CREW IS TRAPPED IN FIRE ( CoJitinokd rRo� Front Paob) Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* giau, Craccrt �ad Cent nil 6terca> Chapman. Lily; Chapman, Lotus M.; Churleswortb. Doras G.: Cheeseman, Sarah; Chcvraux, James L.; Chisholm. Will-lam L.; Chrishop, Cora: Christensen, Werner: Christian, I'aul V.: Christie. Harrv K.: Christie. John; Christie. ZIta 1.; dhrvsler. Vera; Chudlei�;h, Aliee; Church, Arthur; Cliurchhlll, Catherln-'; Churchill. Edna: Churchill. Welsh: Cis-11. Albert L.; Clare. WSlli.im J.: Clark. U,'.ri.-.\ V.'ill.e; Clarke: Wilt-urn '-. Clay, Ennklin. Clark. Robert; C trK..JTIa'y I-., lohn A.; Clements. Margaret A.; Clyne, Lillian; Coad, Helen: Cobb. Ethel: Cochran, Fern M.; Coffin, Frederick: Cofield. Ada E.; Cole. Alice M.: Collier, Bertrum; Collier, Jennie; Cote, Alda G.; Collins. Jean: Collins, Ruby W.; ^.olllson, Rae; Colwell. Bertha: Colwell. Lloyd G.: Con-dy; KlUa V.; Conley, Hlta M.; Connell, Bessie; Connon, Dorothy; Connor, Blanche M.; Connor, R. Jack; Connors, Georgina L.: Convis, Ruth; Cook. Amy: Cook. Annie; Cook, Eunice: Cook, Marjorle; Cook, Mary; Cook. Ray; Cook, Ver-ner; Cook, Walter; Cooke, Rulph, 1 Coone, Luclna A. M.; Cooper, Isobelle M.; Cooper. Melville B.; Cooper. Ranold M.; Cooper. Ross H.; Coote, Murearet E.; Cope, Constance H.; Cope, ^Nellie: Copeland. Gertrude J.; Copp, Isabell: Cop-pock, Clifton; Coppock, Kenneth; Corless, Dora; Carmick. Irene: Corncllssen. Helm; Cornellseen, Otto E.; Cornwall. Lois I.; Corrlgan, Feme; Corse^ George E.: Cory. Ila; Court, Florence: Cousineau, Russell; Cousins, Helen; Coy. Cecil; Cowen. Lucy B.; Craier, George W.; Craig, Mary .1. Craig-, Montague W.; Craig-, Vernon Craig. Willlo; Crandell. John K.: Crawford, Temple: Crelgrhton, Dorothy W. Cress, Reva; Chick, Mary E.; Crllly, Ad-die M.; Crimp. Ivor; Crimp. Harold: Crittenden. Hazel; Crofts, Hazel M. Croll. Robert M.; Cromarty, William Crook, Arthur J.: Crosby. Carol G.; Crosby, George K.; Cross. Edwin E.: Cross, Glenn L.: Cross, John t the edge of the conflagration the .man who hnd just beau brouight out of the fiery furnaee was found groaning in his agony, comrades trying to ens* his pain. Fire Warden Frank Ingnm nt once took charge of the poor fellow and stayed with him until the arrival of Dr. Corsan. Lance . Corporal Jo Yyons,| no*' homo on furlough because of wounds also arrived and rendered all the aid.ho could to the sufferer Ranger Hart, taking assistants with \ him, went into the fire district ns soon as it was possible to penetrate the groat, heat, and the other bodies men tloned above were brought out. , Mr. Hart later went farther Into the burning region, and with Ills assist ants, brought out six horses which they found wandering about, some of them severely burned but all of them ns glad to seo a human form ns a small child is to run to its parent after a separation. Being unable to do more last night, Mi1. Forbes and Ranger Hart, with others, returned to Fernle, leaving Jack Coulter, bush superintendent, on the ground with some men to keep watch nnd do what they could for any other men who might have escaped burning and succeeded in getting through the Are. No Attempt to Fight Blaze The wind was still blowing such a gale that lighting firo was an impossibility, and no attempt at such work was made. found lying with his arms outstretched, bands clenched and fuet, what remained of them, Indicating that he must have died in great agony. The other body, supposed to be that of an Icelander,' rather under-sized, was so badly burned that recognition was impossible; the skull Was entirely bare, both arms and legs entirely consumed. Those bodies .wore put In canvas covers artti brought down to the track, ,and will be brought to town this evening. It It) thought that, these seven men were-all that lost their lives In the haulacaust, though it will lie impossible, to determine just how many men were at tho camp Saturday, nnd until this has been done, It Will not bo known whether there are other bodies yet to be :fouhd. .There were: maiiy^narrow escapes, one of Which was that of .Young Harry Uarnes, a son of one of the-directors of the. .company,. who was acting as clerk at tho camp. Staying behind a little longer titan Borne of the others, he was cut off und had to throw his books, 'which' ho was endeavoring to save, into the creek and soon had to follow them, getting into tho water whore ho remained, for oven an hour before he dared to/attempt a get-away, lie had a companion who went through the same experience, and when he came through the smoke to tho rescuing party he was shaking jis though suffering from an ague lit. His eyebrows and hnlr were singed but hav/ ing a good nervo, he soon revived. Another man, named McQllvary, was near the logging train when the engineer attempted to drive through the fire. Being an old woodsman, he saw the futility of such a move and took tho back track to tho camp, and following the course taken by Jack Coulter and some other men, ho reached safety over tho crest of tho rldgo to the south of tho camp. All those who followed this course, keeping the wind in their teeth, and the fire at their' backs, arrived in safety FATAL ACCIDENT AT BELLEVUE ?>? ? ? ? * ROGERS CANDIDATE ? IN WINNIPEG. Liberal party also announces they would run candidates in ? Center and North Winnipeg > seats. 9 > : >> Harold; Hutohlnaon. Elate M.; Hutchln Bon, Ethel C.; Hutton. ^Clifton;' Hutton, Lome; JlyuO, .lumen v.; Hyndman, Iris- brolth' n.nii re ' n.-iuVuiW'w"";;"*'* Hyde: Hardy; Hymas, WaltW, f|y|t.wick, K*HH, Rutn B., aulbrttlth, WesUy; Gale, Dorothy, Hardy, Eva,  How Little It Costs to Attend Chautauqua on the Season Ticket plan 22 Attractions, $2.50 THINK OF HEARING THE CHAUTAUQUA ORCHESTRA FOR A TRIFLE OVER TEN CENT8 OR THE WAIKIKI HAWAIIAN QUINTET, IN FULL EVENING CONCERT, OR THE COMUS AKftllt lOc C&CD Hlffh-PLAYERS-LES8 THAN 12c FOR A THOU8AND LAUGHS WITH , Ul * , *