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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LT-THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1017 ftetbbrftge Derate letbbrftge, Alberta 9AILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rate*: D>fljr. delivered, per week . Dally, delivered per year .. Dally, by mail, per year..... Weekly, by mail, per >/>ar . .10 . $5.00 .$4.00 .$1.50 Weekly, by mail, per year to U.S.. $-.00 sprlnR wheat will have to average onlyfl5 bushels to the aero this year to be an nvernKe crop. Reports from all parts of the south indicate that, with no more rain, this figure will he surpassed. Tne average price will be higher than last year. Except for the fact that the Kmpiro needs the wheat, there should he rejoicing instead of pessimism over the prospect of larpe money returns from the crop which we are about to harvest. Certainly there is no the, mouth. reason to be down In Business Editorial 125: 1221 TELEPHONES Office ............. Office ............. W. A. Buchanan President and Managing Director John Torrance - - Business Manager Dates of expiry of auuscrlptions appear dally on address label. Acceptance) of papers after explr/ttion date is our authority to continue the subscription. Your Klna and Country Need Yeu Right Now! ^PICKED UP IN* PASSING TR THB BUSY THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR Things are beginning to look un in the Russian situation once again. �Wholesale punishment of deserters and the Inspiring deeds of Premier Kercnsky are having their effect. The most hopeful sliro Is that a sense of shame is noticeably spreading among the ranks, and that rebelling troops are once more about-facing and entrenching to resist the Teutonic advance. This advance has driven the Russians clear of Gallcia altogether and fighting is now on Russian soil proper. On the western front the Intensity of artillery fighting presages another big drive. This artillery activity has been heaviest In the vicinity of Lens and eastward. The Canadians have made another advance, which though small in area, is of great importance. 'PUTTING THE PROFITEERS IN THEIR PLACES. London.-Lord Rhondda, the food controller, outlining today the policy he intends to follow to regulate food prices and eliminate profiteering, said he intended to fix the prices of commodities of prime necessities over which he could obtain effective control at all stages from the producer to the consumer. Every effort would be made to prevent speculation, and unnecessary middlemen would be eliminated. Existing agencies would be utilized for the purpose of distribution under license and under the control of local food controllers appointed by the local authorities. Where profits were made illegally, Lord Rhondda said he would press for imprisonment. He proposed to eliminate profiteering by fixing prices on the basis of pre-war profits. All flour mills would te taken over and worked on '.he government account, the flour being sold to bakers at a uniform price and the bakers being expected to sell loaves at a maximum of ninepence retail price and flour at a corresponding rate. This dispatch, which came over the Wlre3 of the Western Associated Press the other day, tells in a word wha*. those who talk of conscription of wealth in Canada are really driving at. We do not intimate that the flour1 mills in Canada should be taken over, but the plan they are following in England may give our legislature and administrators a lead as to what the people in Canada are expecting. It is stated that over 100 national munition factories have been established In England to do away with the munitions profiteers. Now the British government is going to stop profiteering In food products. The man who says that conscription of wealth is a myth is likely one ot the gentlemen who is afraid that Ills pocketbook will be touched by �uch measures for conscription of wealth as the 'government o� the Mother Country has instituted. THE POSITION OF ROBERT ROGERS. Though Hon. Robert Rogers stands legally absolved from the findings of Mr. Justice- Gait in connection with the Manitoba agricultural ImiUlinga scandal, there is no very noticeable rush on the part of party papers, with the exception of the Toronto News and the Winnipeg Telegram, to urge that he be taken back into the cabinet. The Edmonton Journal, which may be considered as rcMeetliiK Conservative opinion in the Rogers' case, hints that though Rogers may be innocent in the eyes of the law, tho people ot Canada will continue to look with suspicion upon him. anil hence he will be a source of weakness to the government if he Is taken back. Here is what the Journal says, and it will Btrike the average reader as being a fair summing up of the Rogers' case as it stands: The Now Brunswick and Quebec judges who were called upon to ro-i view the findings against lion. Robert Rogers that were made by Justice Gait of Manitoba have reported that | they nre not borne out by the evi-1 dence. Doubtless they will be attacked with the same ferocity as Mr. Rogers attacked the Manitoba judge and their motives questioned just as Justice Gait's were. There will be no more justification for doing this in the one case than there was in the other. Judges have honestly disagreed: before. They are doing so all the time in the discharge of their ordin- j ary dutlea. | There are many who will continue ] to believe that Mr. Justice Gait, In) finding as he did. was substantially j right. But, in taking this view, few j of them are guided by the evidence' in the case. Their opinions of Mr. I Rogers as a public man, founded on' their knowledge of his whole career, predispose them against a verdict favorable to him. while the different i Judges were called upon to pass judg-l ment not upon Mr. Rogers' general I record, but upou the evidence in this i particular set of charges. j In so far as he receives the benefit of the judicial disagreement. Mr. Rogers is open to congratulations. The Journal, however, is still of the opinion that, having regard to Ills close connections with the much-discredited former government of Manitoba, be is a source of weakness to the Dominion administration. Lack of confidence in him is justified and In tha cabinet rearrangements that are certain to be made at an early date at Ottawa he should be eliminated. With our whole national future at stake, it is essential that the government should have the thoroughgoing support of all the best elements in Canadian life and its prestige should not be imperilled by having in its membership anyone with regard to whom the public can have any honest misgivings. Canada's war expenditures to date total $(',23,f>00,P00. A voto ot $50,000 for the Canadian Press, Limited, was passed in the Commons. Fred Pritehard, aged 35, was killed by a train east of lhockville. He leaves four small children. A ton of aluminum worth $1,200 hns been stolen from freight ears between Niagara Falls ad Touowauda. Sir Kric Oeddcs. tho now first lord of tho admiralty, was elected without opposition member of the House of Commons from Cambridge borough. A movement is afoot In London for tho establishment of a Canadian association which will  represent the business and social interests of the Anglo-Canadian community. Loyal Orange Lodge No. 220G, Tort Arthur, has par-sod a resolution deprecating a Dominion election and urging patriotism before party, and forgetting of party politics till the Germans are beaten. / A wire has been received at Camp liorden headquarters from Ottawa granting permission to tho A.A.G. to grant passes for men to go to points in the United States on their last leave. Several Canadian Y.M.C.A.-officers, including D. A. Budge and Major Fred Smith, wero present when the lord mayor of London welcomed J. J. Vlrge, national field secretary of the Y.M.C.A. on his return from a world tour. With n view to restraining tho steamer Thousand Islander from making Sunday trips out of Brockville, Rev. Canon P. Dealtry Woodcock and Rev. R. M. Hamilton, acting for the Brockville Ministerial association, have filed a protest with the chief of police. Miss Ethel Nlcol. of London, a nurse, wus drowned at Montreal. Niagara Palls raised $79r� for tho Itnllan Red Cross and soldiers' families. Llctlt.-Col. G. H. Williams snys there is room for Canndlau recruiting in tho United States. I James Coan, of the customs department, Niagara Palls, has learned that ho Is hoir to n fortune of about $40,-000 in Ireland. More than $2,000,000 has been contributed throughout the United States for tho relief ot Jews suffering through tho war. Tho discovery ot another star, said to be tho only new one found in five years, was nnnounced to the Harvard college observatory !>>' Prof. AV. S. Adams, of Mount Wilson observatory, Cal. In threo months food commodities to the value of $Ti,21S.i>0 have been purchased and sold to consumers in Chatham at cost by the civic purchasing board at an expenditure to tho city of 10.73. The Duke of Connaught, uncle ot King George, has arrived at tho Hnl-ian front, where he was received by King Victor Emmanuel, who accompanied him on a visit to tho advanced positions.. Dr. Salluste Duval, professor at Laval, tho Polytechnic school and the Normal school, is dead at his home after an lllnes3 of some weeks. He was a son of the late Louis Zephirlra Duval,, was GO years of ago and unmarried. Prince Lvoff's reasons for his resignation as premier of Russia state that he is in entire disagreement with the program proposed by the Socialist ministers, tie considers the policy of the minister of agriculture, Tchcernoff, ruinous to the country. Penren, Violet A.; Pears, I.rsllo T.I.; Pearson, Muriel; reddtcord, Mary, rcdnrsan; Kdvln; Peel, Kva M.; Peel, Mnrv A.: Pclree, Johnnie; I'elhnifi, John; Pelkoy, Tholrriii? t'ennlnictnn, Jnck; Ponnock, Nellie! Peprmrd, Murray; Pepper, Anltu; Perrcnoud, tloorgc; Perron. Anna; Posted, Ivy; PetcK Joyce M.; Peterltn, Prank; Petors, Kiio: Peterson, Henson H.; Petoraon. Kthel; Peterson, Aiamln Peterson, Mnrln A.; Phillips, Homer; Phillips, Krunuth Phlllpolts, Dennis M.: f'hlppa. Doris v.; Plcnrd, Alleen; Picking, Jnnet; PklReon. I.orrnlne; Plerco Churles It.; Plernon, llelenn Mny: rigRoit, Wnrren: Plnchuk, detune; Piper, Leila M.; Pitcher. MorKiin II.; Pitcher. Naomi; Plotle), .Sydney; Pliiinnier, (icorjre. Pollack; Sophy; Poole. Oliver YV.; Poole, \V. Harold; Pope, Muriel N.; Pope, Ola O.; Porter, Dorothy; Poller, Kmcrson; Porter, Helen; Potter, Cnttierlne; Potter, John E. 11.: Potter, Samuel ('.; Potter, Willie; PottM, Vet'omcn; Potvln, Almn; Powell, Kenneth p.; Powers, Hnruh K.: Proffer, Hiiyl; Preston. Omrc A.; Preston, Mnry T.; Prevey, Ksther K.; Price, Kurlo; Pike, George; Price, Ronald; Prln.o, Moroh II.; Prestllon, Kiln M.: Proctor, Annie L.; Proctor, l.lly; Prowse, Loutne; Prudon, Ivy; Puicell, Prunli; Purvis, Charles D.; Powell, lluulah. Qunntz. Percy. Hni'e. Charles, S.; Unce, Marjorle; Had, Kblm SI.: liiidforil, 1'Yod; hoe, (Jeorjro C.: l'.ae, John A.; Hue, Mary V.; Kur-hurn, Helen; Uacburn, Marjorln; Hntnsay, Donald SI.: Uutuwln, Kilna; Itiilnhow, Wllh.itl: lt.-i.turf. Coi-iille: liattray, Ida: Haver, Animhell; Head.l-.'dwnnl It.; lteeU-migle, Walter; Ueiiil, Paulino; ISeiMen, KUncr; Itedford, Franklin A.; Hodman. Velet'.a p.; ituilimmil. Pnssle; Redmond. .H'onotta: llodlg. Helen: Heed. George R; Heeder, Josephine; Itoekie, lna; Held, lhilton; Kohl, ilys; Jones, Dora A.; Jones, Ernest E.; Jones. Marion; Jones, Marshall 10.; Junes, Ralph; Jones. Sydney U.; June, Alma; June, Ethel; Junge, Agnete; Junge, Eva. Karran, Marjorle SI.: Kosclelnlak, 'Carl, Kearney, l>ore.en; Kearney, Florence; Kearns, SLibel; Keeling. Thelma; Keith, A. Kathleen: Kellam, Elmo; Kel-lock, Andrew SI.; Kellogg, Robert; Kelly, Evan; Kelly. Susan; Kelso, George; Kt-m-merer, Fred \Y.; Kempton, Ida; Kendall, Elsie; Kennedv, Owen; Kent, Gerald H.; Kent, Ivy E.: Kent, Mabel, L. IS.; Kent, Slary; Kent, Herbert E.: Ken-way, Cyril 1:.; Kergan, Robert L.: Kerr, Esther G.: Kerr, lva J.: Kerr, Lillian; Kerrison, Clifford; Kerslake, Salmaily: Kiigour, Verna 11.; Kilputrick, Janet; Kllroe, Slargaret; Kinchin, Slyrtle J.; Kindt, Lawrence; King, Lousie P.; King, Slary P.; King, Sara; Kinman, Winnie; Kil-by,, Margaret A.; Kirby, William A.; Klrkpatriek. Catherine E.; Klrlcpatrlck, Robert: Kitchener, Alice K.; Kitely, Sada P.; KJos, Tilmar; Kllppen, Slugdelena; Knight, Illdalli Knight, James; Knox, Clara V.; Knox, Minn; Knudson, Olgu K.; ; Koeher, siarian Z.: Koffsky, Irene; I Kopas, Lillian; Krles, Faye; -vrueger, BarohB, July 28.-At a mass meeting Uorothy; Kruger, Lucille Z. L.; Kubber-of the farmers of the Barons district "u,ss- .Esth,:I": Kunz. Sylvia; Kolden, P'lor- srcLaggan, nebecca J.: SleClaren. Ethel; SieClaren, Ida SI.; MeClaren, Slary; SIc-Lachlan, Kathleen: McLaughlin, Grace; StcLuuehlin, Reynold P.: SIcLauchlin, Susie; SlcLean, Prank; McLean. Gordon S.; .McLean, Joseph; McLean. Lillian; Sic-Lean. Slary; Slel.eay. Maxine: SlcLc-n-nan, Katie SI.: SIcSIahan, Genevieve; Sle- Hcssle; Slillan, Duncan; McSlillan. Isabel P.; Mc-Mullen, Delh'ort SI.: McNabb, Lillian SI Sherlock. Marjorle; Hhcrwood. Orion TSET Sarchet, _____ Ddnald It.; Saunders, Annie A.; Sound ers, Clayton H.; Saunders, Gordon; Saunders, Lily A.; Saunders, Lornn; Savage, Stajiley: Snivels, Laura hi.; Scheer, Lillian 1?.; Schlll, Joe: Sch'.ll, Walter: Pchmelke, Stella J.; Schmld, Dan C: Sehofleld, John P.; Schon, I'.erthn; schon. Charles; Schulstead, Hvaelnthe: Schultz, Edith G-; Scoble. Ivy: Scoffleld. Robert; Scott, Marlon: Scott, Winnie; Self, Hazel; Seorgle. Rohina; Scott, Abigail; Scott, Ian; Sl-ott, Lena b.; Scott. Mabel 10.; Selman, Clarence: Sentner, Edith; Serett, Wlnnlfred 10.; Sermuks, Elfrleda; Service, Rose; Soxsmlth, Rabel SI.; Sex-smlth, Slnrgnret: Sexsmlth. Vera II.; Shaekleton, Edwin J.: Shackleton, Phll-lls SI.; Shandro, Stephen A. S.: Shanks. Slmrman, William J. L.; Shav-chook, I'eter: Shaver, Slnry; Shaw. Edna; Shnw, Sarah SI.: Shaw, Sophia 11.; SloiVab. Norman J.: Sle.N'auglit, Euphem- Shea, Wllbert R.: Shedin, Lydla; Sheila: SlcXnughtr- Catherine; .McNeil, Dun- ! don. Ivy A.; Sheldrake, Harvey Pterin; SIcQueen. Helen A.: StcVlear. Bar- Shelley, Helen; Shenfleld, Nora L.: Shcp-bara: StcVittie.-.Joan: Mnberlv, Dorothy ' erskv, Dorothy: Sheremetn, Joseph G  A.: Macdonald, Aveline W.: Slacdonahl. ' James D.: Slacdonahl, Jim; .Macdonald, Slary A.; Sfncllonald. Blanche; SlacDon-cld, Christina; SlacDonald, lOssle SI.: SlacDonald, Janus; SlacDonald. Leslie; SlacDonald, Stuart; SfacDonnell, Ralph 1L; SlacDougall, Doris; SlaeKay, Lavlna; MacKenzle. Kenneth S.: SlucKenzle. La-\ina St.; SlaeKenzlc, Sadie P.; SlucKenzle, Hosabelle R.; SI�cKinnon, Cameron; MacLaren, J'.obena; *SlacLaren, Ronald: MaeLaurin, Edna; SlcLean. Fred; Slae-Lean, Isobel; Muclcnnan, Slay 10.; SIiu--leod, Jem: MacLuan, Robert. D.; Mae. Kenzle, William A.: SlueNah, Kathleen SI .;Staddocks. Mabel M.: Slageo. Alllsun: Slagruth, Ardlan L.;, Slagiath. Gertriub-SI.: Slaguire, Loretta SI.; Slahon, Slina; Malcolm, Howard I.:�-SJnlone, .Margaret; Slanning, Marshall E.; Mantle. Victor S. ; Marleau, Ovid; Slaroceo, Henrico; Marshall, Lewis, Marshall,r Roger S.; Slarsltell; .Margaret: Slartin, May; Martin, Clara Ao.; Slartin, Edna E.; Slartin, Jessie: Slartin. Slartha J.; Murtlti, Oda; Slartin, Hubean R.; Slartin, Shellah L.; Slartin Wlnnlfred SI.; Slartlndale, Edith W.; Martins, Rublna; Slarivood, Ralph W.; Maryon, Douglas; Slaryon, Isabel; Mnson. Irvln; Slassey, Xjorls; Slathewson, Beatrice; Slatkin, .Mary Ji; Slatkowsku, i-.a/.v.-wla; Slatteus, August; Matthews, Eleanor C; Matthews, Ethel: M.: Matusch, liar bara E.: Maund, Elsie; Slay, Laura: Slay, Vance, Slay, Verena; Mayhew, Emily J. Slayhood, Ulen; Sluynard, Roy W. SIus grove. Clarence; Jfeadows, Florence Sleadows, Hilda: Sleeks, Reggie A.; Sle-Iglnlty, Lena St.: Sfelklc, David; Slel-j drum, Enid; Slellon, Jack; Stennear, Inez; J Slenzies, John L.; Slercer, Herbert, Sler i cer. Russell; .Messenger, Gordon, Sles- Lnurencc; NO NEED FOR PESSIMISM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Figures of the 1916 crop published In the news columns of The Herald todny should give pause to those who are inclined to grow pessimistic over present crop prospects. The figures which are official In character, reveal that during the crop year which clpaea on August 31st the farmers along the railway linels centering on this city raised 37,000,000 bushels of grain valued at 152,000,000. This means that $52,000,000 of new money has found its way into the district within the past year, an amount of cash which it would take 100,000,000 bushels of grain to produce in normal times. Knowing this there la no  need for pessimism. Southern Alberta is (squarely on tho map, and even a partial crop failure will not affect our position. The papulation of the dis- [ ence S I singer, Thomas T.; Meters, held in Manhattan hall, Barons, Under | j.a iir.inci1(. Fvn. j_,a rlair Alexia- I Slctzger, Nicholas; Millar, James iv. the auspices of the United Farmers of i Lefever. Arthur G.;'La Fleche,' Edward ! Sillier, Henry; Sillier, Hezron R.; Miller, the following resolution was | ^^rl"^ ftrnWd'; S \ K^^^^ bert. Arthur P.; Liimle. Nicholas; Lam- Cordelia; -Mitchell. Archibald H.;Mltcli-oureiix. Julienne si.; Lamoureux, Slolst-; � ell, Fred T.; Sllteholf, Hugh; S tchell Lancaster, Arthur \V.; Lanee, Heryl: ; Sterle G.; Mitchell, Robert R.; Sloellrnaun Alberta passed: Whereas, the Dominion government has set a price on wheat, therefore, Be It hereby resolved that the farm-1 ers of the Barons district strongly protest against the fixing of prices on Landry, Vera: Langan, Marguerite I.ange, Mary; Langstun, Slartin; Lang-stun, Muriel; Larson, Harriet H.; Larson, Signe L.: Latino;), Glenn II.; La Trace, farm' products, and demand that the , ^iexTTi^n?"Laeiia Zal,Ctl ^ LaW products of the farm shall be sold without restrictions on the open mar-i ket;-~; supply and demand only ruling! the prices. I Whereas, we realize that it would' be next to impossible to set a price on manufactured products and all other commodities in demand by the requirements of the allied nations, we deem It advisable that the products of the farm should be legislated against, as we consider this class legislation . Whereas, the government has encouraged the farmers to exert all possible/ means to Increase production, the. present fixing of prices would have a tendency to reduce production. Resolved that we ask all other locate of the U.F.A. to take like action. Be It further resolved that a copy of this resolution be sent to Premier Borden, the Board of Grain Supervisors of Canada, the Canadian Council of Agriculture. The Grain Supervisors of Canada, the Canadian Council of Agriculture, the Grain Growers' Guido, each of tho papers printed in the district, the General Socretary of the U M. Lav/rence, Carolyn T.: Lawrence, Herman; Lawrence, Jasmine: Lawrence, Mildred L.; ; Lawrence, Slinnie; I.awther, SI. John; I..-acock, Leuni'.ril; Leah, Frank; L'-ak*- j Albert L.; Leavitt, Lorain; Leblniie, Vvonne; Loblnw. Alice 10.; Lee, William: Lees, Ered; I.ebane, Aileen; l.ehrer, Paul G.; Letshtnan, Stanley; Lent, cjeneva:1 Leonard, Slurchmont; Leonard, Percy St.: Leonard, Svdnev ,M.; Le I'age, Arthur V.; Leslie, Lizzie; Lett, LIU SI.; Lewis, .b-nnte; Lewis, silllle; Llllle, John; Llllle, .' Thomas; Llndomood, Harry A.; Llnd- I skog. Earl; Livingstone, Lawson; Living- � liton. Leah; Livingston, Slargaret SI.; Loader, Gladys SI.; Loekrem, Ella V.; Lock wood, Geoffrey P.; Logan, Jean; Lomas, Ruth 10.; Long, Aura; Long, Gladys; Long, James 1-'.; Long, Josephine ; C; Long, Nora E; Lougstreet, Daisy; i Lopusldnsky, Johr^ T.; I,orliner, Margery 10.; Loucks; Dorothy; Loucks, Gerald; Loup, Ernest; Love, Amelia St.; Low, Eric �.; Low, Lillian H.; Loyd, Goldlo li.; Lnokwell, Slyrtle; l.mulie, Arthur; Lundy, Muriel; Lunt; Nellie SI.: Lyiill, Jessie C.; Lydeurd, Hilda: Lynn, Henry N.; Lystcr, Gordon; Loveless, Emma C. McHeuth, Phyllis L.; SIcIlratney, Slay; SIcDrhle. Muriel; McCalg.Jean; MeCalla, LYiidcrlc; SlcCnllum, Bertha; SleCallurn, Flnlav; McCallum, Josle S.: MeCaliuin, Slaluolm; SlcCnllum, Mary C; McClelland, Nellie; McCready. Gertrude; Slr:-Crurn, Sturlel C; SIcCue, Adelaide, Sle-Cuicheon, Charles L.; MelJannold, Harold; SleDermott, Neil ().: SleDonald, Floronco A., Calgary; McDonald, I'lor-onco A., Plncher Creek; McDonald, Helen; SfetSonald, Jeanette; McDonald, Knlh-Icen; SleDonald. Lillian M.; SleDonuld, Murjorla E.; SlcDonough, Louise; SIc-Dowall, Elsie A.; McDoi^ell, Janet C; SIcEwen, Annie A.; McEwen. Jean O. H.; McEarlane, Gordon; Mcl'arland, Pearln A. ; SIcFelrldgo, Edith; McGeachan, James; SleGill, Slnry W.; McGlllls, Florence; SlcGlllls, Grace; McGoldric, Mabel; MoOulnness, Helen; Mcllorlde, Cecil; Mc-Ilvena, Janet; Slolniie.s, Archie; McJn-cniiMn riB&n I tosh, Aenes; Mcintosh. Styrtle; Mclntryo, r�UND DEAD. Douglas; Slclntyre, Emma: Mclntryo, Oakland, Cal., July 30.-D. G. Soo- lva h; Milntrye, Llllla It,; Mclvor, Mar-I field,-president and director of tho ;^ Mci>?>:' f*rsl?Sir�l,c^&*y' i�*hSr-lm-vie1 - - Oniiift-u a*�-j.-j a,, ; MoKee, Victor; SleKenzIe, Isanei, AIC- Ini years, a glance at the figures of 1 .allI?r?la standard Oil company was Kenzie, John; sieKevitt, T. James; Mc-�. ,. ,, , ,.,,,,, found dead today with a bullet wound KibWn, Robert; sicKlllop, Malcolm; Mc- fhe average yield of the province for jn uu head and a revolver by his aide Klnl,ly' Mlka; oldford, lOdna F.; Oles-y, Mike D.; Olln, William; (jliver, John C.; Oliver, Martha: Olivier, Liielon; Olson, Elizabeth; Olson, .Matilda I'.; oiaon, Orren C.; Olson, Hnrona; O'Neill, Florence; Ooley, Kver-ett; urcott, Le Hoy 10.; Orde, Slamle D.; Orme, Agnes A.; Orr, Marfuerlte; Osborne, John R.; Ostlund. Mnry B.: Ott, Verena 11.; Gutter., Florence; Owen, Wlnnlfred. Rage, Kben, Page, Gerald G.; Page, Minnie; Page, pen-y; Rainier, Rlleanor; Palmer, Frederick; Palmer, Wlnnlfred; Panrucker, Gertrude; .Faradls, Joe; Varlt, Kenneth SI.; Parke, Alpha V.; ParKer, Kdna C.; Parker, Kmma; Parks, Shirley 1.; 1'arrott, Audrey R.; Parry, Heutrlco K.; Raton, Rri)ee It.; l'aton, Ell-abeth Sf.; Patry, Alice: Patterson, Lfcwilofi; Paxten, Marlon 8.; Payne, Clifton; Pu>M*J* John; THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES on Clyde-built Canadian Pacific Greyhounds A Cool, Delightful Divenion on an Eastern Trip This Route trtvenei grand old Lake Superior, thtnee through the Lock* of Sault Ste. Muie and croues Lake Huron Ani Georgian Bay. No Ocean-Colnf Steamships have mere Luxurious Accommodation than those of the Canadian Pacific Railway Great Lakes Steamship Service Summer Toura arranged at Special Rates covering all' destinations in Eastern Canada and the United States, For full Information call, phona or - Jfic writ* any Canadian Pacific Asant* 33 33 3J 3S 35 � CATTLE FOR SALE I HAVE 200 HEAP OF CHOICE COWS AND HEIFEKS, 2 TO 5 YEARS OLD. THE3E ARE MILK OTBAIN DURHAM8 AND ARE AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE. BUNCH. INSPECTION INVITED. APPLY C. RABY 410 FIFTH AVENUE SOUTH PHONE 1553 Autos Painted Painting: Decorating Paperhanging M o rnga n 984 11th Street 8. & Whittaker 612 7th Street 3. Phone 1820 DIRECTOR IT OF AUTO LIVERY AND DRAYING if You Arc Going to Watcrton Lakes Phone Bojulton's Auto Livery We will be glad to give you all Information possible. Our rates are reasonable. Phgne 1208, Lethbrldge, Alta. The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PAS8ENGER CAR Stand: Palace Confectionery Phone No. 668 Resident Calls, day or night, No. 1209. "Meet Me at the Palace" OTt'S . AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1840 Night Phone 7*7 DRAYING Phones 1S4fl> or 1SM Turner & Witch*!! Office at Kennedy's 410 1Sth tt DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo. Limited Cffleo-C. P. R. Freight Ohsds PHONE* Office . �tables 1111 10C4 ;