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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FOUR THE LrrTHBRIDGE DAJLT HERALD TUESDAV, JULY 31. 1917 letbbrfoge Hlterta -_ f. 3 I LY AND W E E K UV tubtcrlptlon RUM: Duuy. delivered, per DaJlj, delivered per "year----- Daily, bj malL Weekly, by mail, per jt'tftkir, by mail, per year la U.5 -1C .51-50 sprlns xvtesl will haxe to average busheU lo the acre this year 10 be an crop. Repprls Iroffl all parts.. ot thej soulll ludlcstx) that, with no mote rale, (his figure will be surpassed. Tn} average [iricc will brj ihan last year. Kicept lor.Hiej fad lKat Uie Kmplro needs the wheat, -should ba rejolclos Instead ol over tie. prcspecl o( large money returut from lie crop which we ere about to harvest Certainly there is no reason dally on address label. Accept- ance papers after date Ii our BuLborily lo continue ite ecrlpUon. Your King anct Country Need You Klghl Now! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Things arc beginning lo look In the Russian situation once" a Wholesale punishment cf deserters and the Inspiring deeds of Premier Kefensky aie having Ihelr effect The most hopeful sign Is that a sense of ahamfl Is noticeably spreading a the.ranks, and that rebelling troops are once QGTQ a'Jout-faclne; and en trenching lo resist the Teutonic ad ranee. This advance has driven the Russians clear of Gallcla altogether and fighting Is r.oit oa Russian sou proper.1" On lie western front the Intensity ol artillery fighting presages another Big drtTe. This artillery activity has been heaviest In the Ticlnlly or Lens and eastward. Tic Canadians have made' another advance, which tnoiigu cniaU In area. Is of great Importance. lie In PASSING- THB PWT4B, Violet A.; Leslie U.; Pear- Shc-wchufk. Shields, Erelyii1, Shir- .Mary; WJersuu; Jielcm A.j L.; Bhook, i'eel, Eva U.; Ted. Murj- A-; M-! Sborb. Alta; short. J.JIM U Johnnie; PelhaAi John; 1'vlkcy, Slbbald, Slbbald. Mar sari-1; Ble- THE POSITION OF ROBERT ROGERS. Though lion- Robert Rosers stands legally absolved from the findings or Mr. Justice Ga.lt In connection with the' Manitoba agricultural buildings scandal, there is no very noticeable rush an the part of party pipers, with the exception o( the Toronto News ana the YTlnnlpes Telegram, lo urge that laken back Into Iho The. Edmonton Journal, whlrh may considered as Conservative" opinion In the Rogers' case, thit though Itogcrs may bo Innocent Iri the of the the people of Canada will continue lo loot wltn suspicion upon him, and hence he Trill be a source ot weakness to-, the government It he Is taken back- Here Is what the Journal says, and H will strike the averago reader as being a lair summing up ot Iho Rogers' case aj 11 stands: .The-Rev Brunswick and Quebec judsea.who were called upon to re- view against Hon. Robert Rogers' that were made by Justice Gait of llanllosa have reported that they a're not borne out by the evi- Canada's war expenditures to dato total A vote or (or tho Canadian Press. Limited, w.as passe] In the Commons. Fred Pritehard, aged 35, was killed by a train east ol DrocVvlllv. leaves four soiall children. He Doubtless- ter attached withUhe' same-TerocIlv as Mr. Rogers attacked Manitoba Judge and their, motiies questioned Jusl as Jus- tice-Gait's There will be no IPUTTING THE PROFITEERS '.IN THEIR PLACES. Rhondda, the food .controller, outlining today the policy he Intends (o follow to regulate food, prices and eliminate said lie intended to fix the prices of com- modities ol prime necessities orer which he could obtain effective con- trol at all stages from the" producer to the consumer. Everr effort would -be made to prevent speculation, and uimecesEaiT middlemen would be 1 tllmliiated- Existing agencies Troald be utilized for the purpose ol batina uader License and under tbe control of local food con I rollers ap- poluted by the local authorities. Where proflU were made IJlesallj1, ,Lord -he., vould press for imprison men t. proposed I o eliminate profiteering by fiilae prices on the basis of pre-war profits, AJ] flour mills would te (aKen OTer and worked on Ihe sorernment accoiml. the floor to bakers at .BaJforin "and the bakers -being expected to sell loam at a maximum of-.ninepen'ce retail price and flour at corresponding rale, This dispatch, which came orer the Wires pt the Western Associated Press the other day, tells In a word vha.V those who talk ot conscription oi wealth la Canada are really driving aL We dp not Intimate that the flour Ln Ca.na.da should be taken over, but the plan they arc following'. in England may gWe our legislature and administrators a'lead ai" to what the la Canada are expecting. It Is that over 100 national mnni tJon factories haye been established In Engltnd lo do away with the muni tlons pioQtejTS. Now British gor crnmeol IB folng to stop profiteering ta food products. Tne man who says that conscrip- tion of wealth la a myth Is likely on et _ Ujejenliemen who Is afraid tha .will be touched by inch measures 'for .conacripHqn Ihe Werpraent' oE th CotiDlry ban more lor doing this In the one case Iban there n-as Jn the oth'er. Judges .Jiaye honestly disagreed before. -They are doing so all ..tie time ia "tot- discharge of their ordln mail? who will continue to-'tellere Jusliee Gait, In Ondlflg' as he did. was substontjnlly rlgal.-- -Daf.' IE -la king tils Tlew, few of guided br the evidence In'r'Uie case. "'Their QpiDJbns ol 3ir. a pohllc man, founded oh ttelr inoirledffe of his whole career, piedl3pipse.tb6ni against a verdict lar- (snbl A ton o( aluminum worth has been stolen (rom freight cira between Niagara Kails jd Tonowanda. Sir Eric Geddes. tho nliv Crst lord of the cdnilMltr, was elected wlihout opposition mcnber of the llouso of Commons from Cambridge borough'. A movement Is afoot la Lonrioa for the establishment of a Canadian as- which will represent the business aud social interests of the Aiigto-Canadiau Ixiyal Orange Lodge Jfo. 2206, Port Arthur, has passed a resolution de- precating a Dominion election and Miss Elbe) NIcol, of London, a nurse. drowned at Montreal. Niagara Kails raised for the Italian Red Cross and Boliilen' faml- lies. G. If. Williams says there Is room tor C'anaatau recruiting in Itu United States, v James Coin, of the customs depart- ment, Ntagara Falls, has learned that ho Is heir to tortuitc of eboat J10.- 000 In Ireland. More than J2.000.COO has been con- iributed tliroughout the Doited States the relief ot Jews suterlng through the war. dfsccrcrj-Tcf stan said to bo tho only uqw one found five was announced lo tho Harvanl college observatory hs' S. Adams, of Mount Wilson observatory, Cal, In three months food commodities to the value t5.21S.00 have been _ _ ____ before party, and j purchased null VcM to Kfnntlh m, JanrlL Unrjiue; VIerce. crd; Helena May; Stnvclo iui; la 11.; Proffer. Heryl: Prestoo. Grace A.; Trta- too. Wary T.; Frevey. father K.; Prltv. Trice. Price. Ronald; PrLiK-s. Koruh II.; Prestllen. KHa Pruclot. Annie U; Procter, Ulyj Uxalue; Praden; Pui KrarJt; Quattz, Percy. Chsiles. Tjd M.: RyJronV. George A-; ilae. Mary V-: Domild. Hanneli.' Kdaa; '-'itnlnbow'. XVlllonl: lUtun. llattray Ida: Annabeil; Head, Kdc cnl H.: Reck- Iledd, PauUuc: SoulKwItch, Kva 11.; (ng.' Katie; SJeas. Sites (er; Epeer. Etsle -M.; Siwtr. G Lillys; Sprague- Lily H.- SvrLneer, Gotthold J.; Bpioat, Muriel: Bpruham, Nellie; Slocum. K Oatel; Stan- ley. S Union. Stanlon. J.en- Stajtyard.- Jolm: Bt. Clalr. Otoydl Sleeves, Fred SteeTes, Horuco Josvph; SltlHnija. Hcrt; J.; ion. Alice; Stevenson, Annie K.; ..t. Constance- K: SLewart. Freder- ick J.: Stewart. George. Medicine Jlat: Stewart. J. Herbert; Stewart, llhoda A; 'Thomai.C.; Stock, Jacob; FrankUii ;A.; necdop, Josephine; Ilei'j' J. Hrrblton. Sirouse! George Held. XSoldle [Fred E.; Slrome; Mildred: Sludholtin Held. .Ivy: Jleid. Oliver; Kelst.'CUxubi FVank; Hcnnlnser. Mary R; Revell. Andrew: Rhine. Alex D.: Rhodes, ence: iclU LHIIe; ijtteva M.: Etulls, George; Klu Itcndel, 'SutrlKfei Frederick A.; ce: ce, Ulrhnnls. A to "bim; wblJo the different were called upon lo pass jude- Rogers' .genera) record, but upon Lhe evidence ID this particular, eet bl charges. v iDjSo-tar as no receives the benc- disagreement, Mr. Roffers; -Is to congratulations. hoireTer, still pi lie opinloa: that, having regard to :bls close coijnecUons wllh-lhe mn credited former, government of (abs, so-jrce "ol weakness the Dominion administration. Lack of confidence. Jn him Js justified and In the.-cablneU rearraagenients that are ceriainiio .be. made at an.earry date HKOUaira He .should be With our.'Whble national fqture at Is that thD govern- of parly politics till Ihe GermiDs DTC beaten. A vrErc has neea received at Camp Bordcn lieadquarteTs trom .Ottawa granting permission to (he A.A.G-. lo grant passes for men to go (o points in the United Stales on tbeir last Several Canadian Y.M.C.A.- officers, including D. A. Builije and Major Kred Smith, were present when, the lord mayor or London welcomed J. J. Vlrge. national field secretary ot the Y.3I.CA. on his return trom a Trorld tour. With a Tiew to restraining Hie steamer TljousaDd Islander from mai-Ins Sundar trips ojt ot Drockrille, Her. Canon P. Dealtrj- Woodcock and Rev. R. M. Hamilton, acting for Iho DrocJiTille association, have filed a protest with IhB chief oE tit the board at en eipe'ndlturo to .the cilj- of "r The uncle of King George, Ku.' arrived at Lhe" Italian front, .was received by Kiiig Victor Emmanuel, who accompanied him on a visit to tfco advanced Dr. Ealluste Uuval, prolessor at Laval, tha Polytechnic school and the Normal school, is at home after an illneas of some weeks. -He was a. son ot-the laic Louia Zpphlrlm was 60 years of age and unmarried. Prtnco LvofT's reasons for his as premier ot Russia stala ihat he is Jo entire disagreement T-lth Lhe program proposed bv the Socialist ministers. _He. considers the policy of tho minister of agriculture, TcLcerfloff, ruinous lo the country; Grade 8 Balance of list: Doris IL; Beatrice; Ingram. Jean 31.; Ingrani; Sydney; Helena; Ireland. May O.; Irish, Albert IL; Irish, Laura; Jsanc, Margeiy Jflbe, Johanneh, Jackson, Dorcas. A.; Henry C.; James, Walter G.; Jensen, Arthur: J.; Ethel; M.; -McClaren, Kathleen; 'McLaugbliD. .Gnsce; .RejTwldi P.; McLauchlln. Susie; Mrl.ean; McLean., GeVJon S.; Lillinn; ilc-Leart, "Mary; ilcLeay, ilsilnc: 31.; McMahan. GfcneTltvi; Dunciji; McMillnn, lintel P.; Mc-Mullen. Delbcrl M.: McNabU __________ ry; Ilichards. Ross U; lllcharrfson, Gerl- In V Richardson, .Grace: Hlchnrdson, consuiUtTS-in Laura; Richmond; Alexander, M.; lllch- mond., Florence: Rlw, Maria; lUley. Danltl Marnret Itirle, Ilcppce; Selmti E.; Hobb.- Uobcrl-. iiin, Alan II Robcrlaun. Robert son. iloM.lard. Jlobm- ion. H llernlcf; Uobliison. r'.ltxel 'M.; Koblnaon, Florence; Inr.u; Cloblnsbn. I.IIBc; Itotlnsoi'. Mark; Koli- Sadie: .Alice M.: ers, Cecil, Rocers, Floyd; Hogcrs, Ivnn T B.; Mabel V.: Rodff'en. Muriel; G.; Rolfson. Ethel; Itom- ney. Golden; Running, lUJpb C.; Jlonnlnr. Talberl; Ilastiaskle, Mary; Itose. Clare; Hose, VEustace ft; Hose. .Gwendoline: Annte; nosnau. Helen; Jlou. Alex J.; Rose, Alice: Arthur; Koss, Catherine W.; Hos3, Elves C.; lloss, I'red; Ross. Rosson, Tysht E.; Georgi V _ ___ tVLlberL: RoutWer. __, ___ Rovers, John; Rowelf, Loulae; nanlan'l. Tyshif Janel Vnllace. >Faicl; Wabh. H.; Vhonu: Walton. Moru; VRlton. Robert R: Waokfl. E.j VRUI, M.; Ward. Albtrt K: Ward, KdUh Ii: Ward. >l-irlha ti; Ward. Wurdman, Mary; LL! Vurren. Kvtlya Wtrrti. John M.: Varrec, Margaret Wi'-iasW, Jenuy; Vnshturn, Watorelon. Henry; '--.ton. ICiatoj If.. ___. Walkln.% I K; Uueenle Watson, Jtnet T.; Walt; Anna; Wail, Carl: Wall. Isabella; vVcatheiby, Gleni John: Webb. Leoiin; Webb, JtfarJcn K.; WHUe; A1K-61- Marlon J.; Weiss. t; SluarL Wei- Jon. Cecil Welling. A tilths; Wells. Beatrice M.; WeUj, Dtvld L.; Welch. lUul 1L; Wendt Launs: r. Kose; Writ. Kdlth; -Wealcott. Lu; Wcstgatt, Florence 1..; Wut- Ei'Hvn K M.; WHIerben. WctMl. Sa-A.M.; White. Maiile U.; White. Whue. May- .MtHon fi.; White. Muriel, X.oletU; Wbln-hrad, Hilda; WhiltuL John; Wbllcalde. Biaaey E.; WhltUker. Ellfn; Harold L.! Amnlf LlUIao; h! Joha; ________ Wllltama, Jlitbtl N AVUUaina. SuJey M.: WIIHama, Violet A-; WWlam-; son. Wlltalmson, Harold Alma R; Evelyn; WlUon. F.; WlUon. Fonda; Wllcon. Wilson, l Wilson, Hnifh Wilson, Irvi'na- Wilson, Janft R; Wilson J, Gordon; irrock, John Sultrfrland. __. _. A.; Sunderland, ilena; Stuntmiit Evelyn; Blnillfry. Kfnnelh; Stead. Hlchard L.; Stephen.. Ulanche; Stewart. CJccrne, Calgary: Stllca, K: Stockilsch Dolllt H.; Stoddart, Owtm Sline, Elva: Stone, Lottie; SLout, Morsiret F Btrlnsfcj-. Stuart, K: SusBlll. -KlbcrU H; SullU-an. retcr A.; Sum'rnera, Lucy H.; fiyther- 1 Bwaby. ilorj-; Bn-aJieon, _ l.Swenson. Mary a.; Sykea. William D.: Symonds. Wlnnured. Tilnsh, Margarel; Talbol, Muriel; Talbot. W, Richard: Tnltwt, WLn- V.i Tartuck; OMve; TarUon, Vern- ani" Tatro. Jionard; TattersoJI. Jack; Tauhnian. XL: Tnylor. Doris 11.; Taylor. Edna A.; Taylor, Kmily A.; Tay- lor. Owen G.i Taylor, Harold; Taylor, Taylor, J.; Taylor, "Walker; Templelon, Kenpelh; Tennyson, Dorothy; Tennyson, Lurerne- K.; Tester. Trrssa Tett, 'Eleanor: Thewlls. ildllh Thibadeau, A.; Tom, Archie: Thomas. Alls; Thurnos, -Itessle; ThQrnas. ns, O.; Thompson, Cecil; Thompson. Gertrude: I Thompson, Gladys M.; Thotnp-' son, Haw) y Gordon; Woodft-ard, Dorothy; Woodvorth. Adelia: Wordie, Jrasle; Nlch- Ceor E.; Worthy, r Woytktw, je; Wrfty> Florence; Mary. E.; Ada; Irvltie; Wrlghl, Ju KVII, nazrl S.; Thompson, Cecil M.: HoxbunTn, Lillian; noxbutgh. A.; Thoriipson, .Rudd. Terrj': IL; _____ Willie; Runlons. Harold P.; Rus sell. Lee J.: Russell, Mary V.; RusselV Myria M-; Hiiiherford, Elli; Rutherford. McirEuerllc A-: nulberford, Thelma; Ry- oll. Gertrude; Rj-an, Eric: Jlye, Clarence. Jfarrrid E.; Salmon, John IL; Salt, George; rUlter, Abraham Samls. Ethel; S.idie K.; Snmpert, Edn-ard R; Saiidqulst. Dagmar tl; Szaz, Charles; Sarchet. Fred. C.: Saul, Annie A_; Saul. R; Saunders, Annie A.; Saund- ers, Clayton Saunders. Gordon; Lily A_; Saundcre. Lorna; Sav- agej Slanlej-; SAWS, Laura tl; Scheer, Ltllian. n.; Pchlll, Joe; ScliJll. Wilter; Schiaclkc. Stella J.; Schmld, Ban C.; Schoneld, John F-; Schon. flerlha; Schon. Charles: Schulstead, Ilyaclnthc: Schultz, Edith C.; Scoble, Ivy: Scorncld, UoTjert; Scolt.-il-'ii-lon', scoii, Winnie; Hnul; Sccrgle." Roblna; Scott, Abigail; Rcotl, Leiia S.; Helman Clarence; Senlher, E.; Screll, Wlnnlfrtd .E.; Sermuka.' Hfrleiln; Ser- Einll; Jetis-n, Theodore; Jetiaon, .Violet Jl; Jenvrln, Annie Grace; Job. BelmarJobb. Audrey; J orb en% Evelyn j ohanson, j Map-; Johnson, BLrdlc; Jotiasoir, Dou gifts; John-. Georffe A gn Johnson', Wimlfr; Johnson, ilaiTHre! J.; Johnson, Pauline; Ralph H.; Johnson, Rudolph; Johnson. Verle; Jolinalon.-Almn; Johraion Everett Johnslon, Gordon C.; Johnston, Johnston, Ltnora H-; Jobnslon, 31imi; Tierce; Johnslon, Rela; Johnston.- Stanley. D.; Jones, Arlhur D.; Jon'ee, Beatrice' IL; Johnston, if.; Joacas, ilarle J.; .lonts, Dilys; Ernest Jonts, Marlon; Jones. Ihs T- best .hm.nl. in %-lce; Rose; Seismlih, BabeJ ScxsmUh1, Kdwii> I'hll- la: MsXell, Ilun- ca'n? iicQuEenJcrllelen -SlcVlcar, Bar- Ualxn-U-, PrimlM- Sarah M.: -Shaw, Sophia D.; Shea, VWIlbert IL; Ehcdln, Lj-dLa; Shel- Ivy A.; Shelflrake... Harvej- R; lellevi Helen; Dorothy; Joseph G.; icrlbelr; llarjorle; uunctie, iiacuon- Lld.-thristihfj' Essie M.: Ma'cDoriaia' Ilelph U.; Uortt: MmcKar, Lavina: MacKcriiLeryKehnetLiS.; MacKenile, La- P_: CahadiAJi Iffe.and its prestige should E- not by having in itg Karran, "Marjorje .M.: Kosclelnlak, _____j ._ Cart, Kearney, ICeaniey. Flor- ence; Kearns. 3Iabel; Keeling, Thelmn; Kcllh.-A. Kathleen; Klmoi-Kel- B whom can haye any lionesl ilagrath, "Arfllin" ock. Andrew M.; r PESflMISM SOUTHERN 'AUaEHTA. ylgares of the 1916 i.crop puhllshe fa aein colamna br.The Heral ioflrald jrfe ihoss wh iocUsed to'croir ori crop vftkk kn DflcU in character, tliat dortag taV ,'ifiJc on AuffMt 31 rt the terme atone Ihft raflwET llnet, pa ttla cliy raised 37, at ll that, moss bag found KB war Jntp thei district Ihe "past o. cash which II would Uko huBbela ol grjln'to produce In nonna times, Knowlns this there'la no-need PftWmlam. Southern Alberta Js on tho ffisp, a par- tial crfip failure will 'nol' affect 'our Barons, Jnly a ol the farmers of the Darona dlstric teld m Manhattan hall, Barons, under Ihe auspices Untied Farmers of following resolution -was the Dominion government 3ran; Susan; Kem- -rer, Fred Kemplon, Ida; Kenil- PHsle; Kennedy, Owen; KenL, Geralil IL; Kent, E-; Kent, Mabel, li.'B.; Kent, Man': Kent, Herbert-R.; Ken- way, Cyril If.; Hobart L.: Ksrr, EsLber G.; Kerr, Iva. Jiv-Kerr.-Lillian; Ktrrison, Clirfortl; Salraady; Kiifour, vtma H.; Kllpalrlcic, Janel; Kllroe. -Kinchin, Myrtle J.; Kindt, 3-awTence; 1-V; KJns. Mory E.; King, Sara: Margaret A.; Kir by, YMlllam A_; Kirkp.ftrirk, Catherine E.; Robert; KUchencr, Alice K.; F-; KJps, Tllmar; Kllppen. 3- Knlghti Illdad _____ Clara V.; Knor, Xlina; Knudson.'OlKB K-; Kocher, Marian Z_; Kdffslcr, Irene; Kopn. Lillian; Krles. Faye; -wrueger, Dorothy; Krugcr. Lucille Kubber- nu'sa, Ksihcr; Kunz, Sylvia; Kolaefi, .Flor- ence S. La Branche, Eya; Jj Clalr, Aleila; Lcfcrtr. Arthur C.; T.i Heche, Edtrard Malcolm; Margaret; Marshall BgVuantl_D. .AHclor S.; u, Ovjjf Marsh all, Marsh'all.'SStoecf'S.; VarsUell; Margarel; i, Martin, Clrira Ao.; MarLjn. Edna. 'K.; Je5sle; MarlinV Mirtha Oda; Martin, JLut-enn Martin, Bhtllah L.; Marlln, EdHn' -W. passed price on "wheat, ITiererore, C.; IA FTeche, Lambert. Doris; LalonJe, Ilobert JA; Lamb, Floyd; Lam- bet I, Arthur P.; Lamle, Xlcholaa; Lam- oureux. Julienne Lamour Cameron; en; 'Tlpnald; cLean, Fred Mac Jfay rir. Kallilecn Jinre.j- Star tins. Jlaryon, Douglas; Irrln; Heat- rice; ilalkln, siary Ji; Buze- Malleus, 'August; .Matthews, El tan or groVe.' Clarence; dnim, Enid; Melton, Jack; Menncor, Inez; .Herbert, Mer Gordon, Me5- Menzles, John Slei cer, Russell; MessenL.--, singer, Thomas Meiers, Lnurcncd; Nicholas; illllar. .Jarriea it; Miller, Henry; Miller: Hemm IL; Miller. Mlllham.'Oure-'A.; Mtlls, Hilda Mtllfl, Ma.-y; Marion ltn, Mitchell, Archibald H.; JHlch- U..C.IM1C M Jiulse Fred- T.; Mllchell r, Arthur W.: Lance -Merit G.; Mitchell, Mocllmaun Vera- Marpuerile1 Em- Impossible lo set a price on Marchmonl; Percy M I wile A.; Slunn, Marie K.; commbdltln In demand ly tlic .tbe.allled nations, we deem it ftdvlBable.-tiial the products of the farttj b? class legislation .toe. gcTernmcnt has en to eiert all'poa (o -Increase production, fixing of prices would have a (6 rednce tbit all oth.ir Io- pt lie U.f .A) to take like Acllon. It fnnbrr resolved that cop; p( this resolution sent to Premier Board of Grain Supervla- the Canadian Councl I e drain Superrleors of, the Canadian; Council of AgrJcnltBrri, the Grain Growers' Loallfe, Lizzie; L-tt. M; Murphy, Nina; Murray. Alien; Murrny Jennie; Ltwia. Millie; LlVUe Jchn; LllUe' I BHssj M.utray. Kllen; Murray, -EllelU Thomas; Llndcmooa, Harry A.; Un-J- I Murray, Jean Murray; aVog. Earl; Livingstone, Lawcon; Living- I ray, Marlln B.; Murray, Uefsle p.; Mur Mon, Livingston, Margaret M.; Loader, Gladys M.; Lockrem, Ella F.J. I MiwVclt, 'Wtiskel1 IxKkwood, Gcoltrey 'Winifred Bessie; >lullar Lomaj, Kulh K.; T.ons1, Aura; Ixing-, Mcrrll; Myers, Martha; .Myler, -LiLKan Long, James r'.; Long, Josephine Lawrence. '_-, orihe 3 printed th the BIS- ft, i, CUCE 01 ins iwpera pnniea in ine QJS- posmon. The porulatfon of the dls-1 trlc't, Sccrclary o( Ine U. trlct which raised tha peat crop ol VmJ SecrcUrlM ot iMt year Is Ijoi over so thai1 'AtdOdatlonA of Manlto' the monsr relum 16 our' farmers wlth tl means practically for eiery .woman, and chlld.ln.llie rflrt'rleL .amonnt of new wealth Is bound to mikp, Itself felL icf lo come. And as for the 1917 Crop, tbougli tn bcliaeA to call U a crop ttflore, bdnf wont to compare U T the croy of the two proceed Nt hgurM 01 i ricM of tie prprroca for IbeTr locals lo take action on j D. A. Hoaee, President. J. Qulnsey, Secretary old; MCDermoIt, Nell O.: Florence Catgaryi WoDonMd, Flcn-- en7> A., Plncher Creek; McDonald, Helen; Mc- Mc- ii-'Hi. liar- Mr tJomi Id. coll, Muriel' DEAD. OaWind, Cal., July O. Sco- ani director of the _._. V.'llllam L.; Thomson, Thomson, Lulu; Thomson, Mnry -fi.; B.; Ttiornton, Helene; '--Thnishtr; Mildred; Thurston, Tlllotsen, Morlcy; Tlmitilna, Karl P.; alary E.; Annie .M.; Tomrseh; -Ellne O.; ToniBshnvsky, Steve; TomlltiFon. Ilena S.; TorhJJelm; Conrad Torjus-seil, Slleldfr; Olive Jon; Trefrtac, IVIUImn; Trimble, James A.: Trimble, Maud II.; Trimble.' Norman; Trollcr. Hector; Trow- brldge. CnrlhenA'K.; Troyer; Gwendoline Trudai, "Cedle; Truswi-ll. Rontild; Tucker, Doug-Ins; Turcotie, L- Khcrman; Turner. ;Dofotliy W.; Turner, E. Cllllord; Turner, Jack Turner. Llla; Turner. Thomas It.; Turtle, May; Tj'aclie, iivelyn; TyEon, Mollley Underwood, Eva; Unlexschullr. M.alllda Unterschultz, Paul; Urscnbach, -Dean' Urlacher, Marj-'.lL; Ute'n'dalc, l.lfrcd Wnnflt, C.; Vance.-DouslRB C-: Vance, G.: Vance, Theresa; Van Haar- Van Humbcect. Ctl- Ine; R.; Van Slralen Donjihy; 'YaulnrLn; Ma.ii.jn F.; Vc'rlncr vcrnon. Cecil: .Verrler, A.; Vlsbe, Annr yrederlCX-; Alma; M'ade, J. ilrftrn' Kdlth droajT'rHtith; Ols'a: AValke. James; Walker, Morjorle a.-; Charles; Juh.es; Wyle __ _ Lily Vrlfiht. Oraon "F.: 'Aiwte; Wyile) Eton: Gertrucle. Vanclij Joseph A.; -Yonreod, Ralph K. fauch, Charles; Ytala, Robwl; ,Youor. Clayton; Cllllord W.; iTouns. vllaby; Young, Dorolibj; Tounp.-Dorothj- V-; Vouns, Klsle; Young. Finnic; rene 13.; Young. Kenneth; Yoiinj, Mary Young'. Muriel Ik; Youny, Myrtle; 'oung, Xlnimerrnan, Henry; Zlmmvrcan, f'jcob; Zimmerman, Louis; Sarah, THE "TWO FOR ONE? IS HERE SEE PAGE ANNOUNCEMENT WED. Traction Engine REPAIRS We well te handle ill of repair-work en elthcnvteam or. Only high work IUVM our chop, and we will queti you are right NIVEN BROS. 216 Flrit An. a.. .Phew THROUGH GREAT oo Clyde-buiJl Caudiu A Cool, Delightful Dioenion on an EastfmTnp Thi RouU tnvtno piM old Like Smnor, time o! Siuh SU. Mtrit MlJ aaaa LJn in j No Ocun-Coinf lun Lutwieua AccommocUtion OiAa Canadian Pacific Railway Great Lakes Steanuhip Seryke Summer Toun at Special Rmtet covennf in Eutcm Cnnada and thc.Um Jcanetft; "Kntn leen: Lllllen M.j T.. .MarJorla S.; JIcDonoUeh, Louise; Me- ;x; OHn, Wf.llam; OliMr, John O.; Dowall, A-: Janet 0.; Mirlha: Gllvter, L'jden- OliOii. -1" McKwcn, A.; McEwen, Jean O. H.; ilcKirlans, Gordon; Vcr'arUnd. Psirlo A. 'McFclrMffe, Edllh; McOeachan, ett; 1s> Jj-mM; SlfliT VA; MeOllKi. Flor- Orme, Qrrr XirffiierUe; ente; McOlllia, Grace; MtGoMrjc, Mtbcl; borne, John It.; McOnlnnrjrg. Helen; Mcfiorlde, Ctcll; Me- J- Janet; McTnnaa, Mrchla; Arnea; Me In tosh, Mjrtle; MelnlrTfl. 1'nte, Kten, DouglaB.' Me It tyre, Emma; Mclnlrye. Mlnnlo; Elleaitfrj Ira I.; Mclntrye, Lima n.; MelTof, War- ralrner, Frederick; jory; McKay, XnTcolm H.j Panrucker, Joe: "-'y-- Kertntlh M.; rflrhe, V.; Ptikir, Mm O.; TflrVer, KrnmA; N'ortKnefd, 'Evelyn; AHra K; O'CMinor, Trunk; 6'- Connor, XclIlD; O'Dnnncll, Anna! Gland- cr, Krika: OMford, Kdna P.; OlcJzy, MlKe TX; OHn, William; QJiMr, John O.; Martha: OUrier, L'jclen; Olton, filla Malllda r.; Orren Kcrcnj; O'NelH, FiorencftJ Florence ,_ J.; -n .9: fa He fltll TVOUnil McKllloV. Mtloilrrl; Me- Irrae. KJnncy, frvlne; "cKlnrey, Me I.; I'trrolt. Audrey Parry, ey Talon, nruje Faliy< l-ali.r.cn, Marlon B.; Payne, Clldon; John; FOR SALE I HAVE 200 HEAD OF CHOICE. COWS AND 1IEIFKKS, 2 TO YEAhS OLD. THE3E ARE MILK DURHAM! AND ARE AN EXCCP- TIONALLV FINL BUNCH. INSPECTION-INVITED, APPLY c RABY 410 FIFTH AVtNUE SOUTH PHONE 1553 Autos Painted Painting: Decorating Paperhanging _ M 6 rhgt ii 11th B. Phons-1820 CIRECTORl" .OF; AUTO LFVERY AND BRAYING Are.Gcoing t6 Watertpn; Lakes Boaiton's Auto We will de slid'ti you .11 Information poaatbla. Our ratu are PAjne 1234, Arta. The Hudson Auto A BIG 7-PAMerWER CAR Stand: Pijacc 'CefifiielloiKry Phone Rt.ltittrt rt AIJTO Turner A WItchcU DRAWING of AH Western transfer Co, Limited H. FralfM PHONM ;