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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TP.N i.KTiiniiiTXiE.. D.MI.T SATURDAY, JUNE 2, lERE'S a luxury wilhin the reach of bath in Ihe whipped-cream-like lather that LUA. .......ates in hot walcr. Your hair takes on asoiUunu- iious silken quality lhal makes it a ciown of indeed. The .scalp is stimulated, your head refreshed. LUX maVts soft in juramtr rain. F the purest essence of so so that not thetioiesl particle of Try it to-night. GERMANY ARE Cojwnhascn, vil London. June Srmi-otfii.il cwii'juinh-allon to the German iross tear lhal tho recent r.iiuu'rDUS tires la munitions factories M> attributed iu part to IH'sce 21 any ri.-k-o advocates, who tin' tJkc" iMs means'of hastening p-d of the Destruction oi _____il ID indirectly. An eiamplo ot ihe spirit prevailing In certain classes is au .order iiravldlui; sc- Want (he 30 C. S. Buys a CoulKursI Farm Our Own CoalliiiTsl, Juno sltui' men arc still wailing for souaetbtu's ilcflnllo (o be done, bul aunouice nient lhat no' is lo bo may be that lo date clety his rcAlvcd, f 1.003.30 voro iirnamts for stealing term croua.l from the International has caused s- D! Ihe toud controller notockU unrest unions them. -It Is (alt unlirs a geueral elamlnatloD of stores thit unless strike aid Is fbrlliconiiriE violators- MING JO KEEP Uoiucs lo detect food law III will impossible for Ihp men to I slay out. Local officials'-are to'to I elected al Ihe -union meeting tonight. 1 unless Instructions are received1 frftrii the Jlsirlcl oSicer'i lo'delay the flec- llou until the strike Is selllcd. The" men appear disposed to slay .by tho 30 VK- cent, increase tor llicj- are agllallug. Meanwhile, the atllluile of operators seeius to make It Ira- uemlivc for the government lo do soniiAtiine. and Itat is what the local inc.! A large number of the men are anxious for goveTLtue.nl operation of the mines. Mrs." Keiiilrlc, who Is in' Die Gait hospital London. June Pclrosrad de- spatch says a few score armed an- archists. Hccoraranlcd by sonic sol- rtiers and sailors, niirclicd UiTough jhlark banners inscribed wllli "Down Triib, CajuUlisls." Q? live ihe socialist revolution and Comruuno.-- Tho authorities did not bolher them. Paraders stopped outside ihe Cathedral and liar- Plumbing, and Hot Water PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES aagucd a croivd iof spectators. One "reclaimed ihRl wrrft nnly rous to capitalists and not lo the i iwor. Subsoqueally the agitators went one asstmblnse to'Snotlier along the Ncvsky, Inriling thooi lo banVa and declaring (liat n social revolution would be proclaimed on the. occasion ot the arproachlns elec- tious. AuJhoritiEia" di'J' net" latcrlcrc; the demonstration. progress toward "licaUh agnln. MUs Jean Harry, of Commerce, vis- ited Mrs. Larry days. Mr. and Mrs. Ttldgeivay have cash roni and, as va result of u will have au adtllllon- al monthly Incpuij of over from eg LI! a r subscribers. So Tar, two par- cels have been sent to Calgary, eon n total of 471 articles, and nearly 300 more will be forwarded his week'. Six sowing uro useil at the rooms each vteck. Articles undo Include socks, bantlnges-or vari- ous kinds, dressing .gowns, shir Is. bags, yedpaekets. etc. The eccrelary lias received 'the fol- owlujr Hiuoutits since the last report: J. 1. McDeriiiott, It. Gammon, each; J. .U. Dcllart. Margaret Sandharu, J. D.. Keith, D. II. Qulgley D. McNeil. D.-A. Currle. each; S. Puvls, J C. McLcod: T. Can- A. K. Cunning, Mrs. Sadie Senrle, Mrs. Hufchinson. n. Brown, J. Mclnnla, K. Smith, Mclnnls, U. Connor, McDonald, F. YV_ Hamilton J2 each; C. llrookF, J. Morrisey Tr Dickie. J. Purdy, S. Dickie, II Black. W. Ualobridge, J. Dolcskl, J xjughrln, McAllister, J. Lynn, J Holmes; P. llutcbLson, I'.' Slelline, II Maxwell, D: McMullcn, C Phillip's fI'each. Mother scolds n lot about It, but tiny lime Buddy comes home with al the buttons oti his dollies she begins to worry uboul his health.. "The Sweetheart of the Corn' Tliis picture and slogan has been familiar to Canadians for over eleven years. It tells the story 'of Ihe corn used in TOASTED CORN FLAKES Only the finest corn is used and our secret process converts it-info a: .'light, appetizing and sustaining food, MADE: IN CANADA. The Battle Creek Toasted Com Flake Co., Limited. Head Office and Factory: London, Ont. C. S. Noble or Noble The Imple- month n year ago. Following are the cotnya.-atKc figures: ments and otlier effects will be sold Iby auction .Letters Irom KcltU and other Iocs', boys, serving in France, chow lliat tliey are all well anil 1016 1317- jr.yavely doing LUeir bit in the great Stamp .54.SC4.10. S4.G7C E? strussie. So tar 'jour local lids hhve 31. O. Issued 2r.17S.Grj among Ihem being Privates Mi 0. paid McLeod.lT.-b. former Total business 4S.774.55 j bylcrian .'his charge. Increase. Mr. Kuller. recently :'re- The return's rs-itlnnn tnlceiveil news of UTiTsudtlen death' of show an enormous Increase and ynnn? brother 'it Stratford, Ont. calo the growing purclwsins power, ot "was playine with a lirblher the district. For May, 19K. Hie suddenly' dropped dead. Three temiE reinrns were only uther one 'pf whom Is well tor tbe month just closed they known here, are .sen-ing in France, anj One has tc'en three limes in dispatched'. has won a cocitnisslpn on the llelii. lieT-lIr. Rice was the preacher at only tbe Presbyterian church ol Sunday evening. Mr. nice represents llohert- son college. Edmonton, and in hl3 ser- r Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS 1 WILL Kill MORE FLIES THMI 4NY STICKY i CATCHER Clean to handle. Sold by allDruj- gUls. Grocers antl General Stores ANCHOR-DOHALDSON MONTREAL TO GLASGOW amounted to This U an in- crease or HO per cent. "On Everybody's Lips" _ In this busy tune, when there watutu. do the gard is a also a pleasuro most women cnjip; bat after the enj oyment cbmn and tired Kd yourself by taking an occaeJoB4l {Ian of It rrfrwhes and stimulates the body, to counteract your eztra pirts roa in good condition. Doctors Sprint; tonic. STOU.T help you with your gardenia 21 E. L DREWRY, Ltd., WINNIPEG, Man. Motorcycles' Are Built Throughout of Chrome Vanadium Steel This la the toughest, steel njade, also the most ex- pensive. have Just received, a ment-of Cleveland Something new arid; a beauty, every one ol them. D.E.MacDonald Phone 1032 412 4th Ave. AUCTION SALE of Household Goods oil WEDNESDAY, JUNE Q AT TWO O'CLOCK SHARP At 324 Third fclrcet (SALE AND FEED BARN OFFICE) S new; 1 solid oak sideboard, (luarlcr cut 6 bcdittculs. 'douhlc; S liinttrGSscs'; S SIITITIRB; 2v single jrph bc'd 'spreads. springs; i. kitchen roclier; upholstered .arin, G.'cane chairs; L sanitary coucii'; stoves.- lit; repair, nearly coofc stove repair, nearly .Ww; 1 large flitibic; 3 Lmairkll'rJiJn cenlro 'tajjcs; l' 2 largo Tlair. or curtains; 1' large also lillclienlitenalls; n fiuantlty oi a of 'pieces o[ oilcloUi. _. E. ENGLISH, Clerk TERMS CASH J. ARRESTS MADE Washington. June 1. With foiir days more before Tuesday, Draft Registration Day, the deparliaerit'ol ___ to esert every cfiort'iabri told ol the work that Ihe college quell anti-conscription agitation iis doing In training young men. for hlch resulted in a tium- the ministry. A special coIlccltoQ er of arrests in variQcs1 cltlcj. jwaa taVren up In aid of the college expenses. Farmers' Sunday Farmers' Day was observed last Sunday al "West Lethbritlge by spe- cial musical numbers and sermon. There was a large congregation end quite a loL of interest Wub taken in thc'event. The pastor dwelt H'ild .the various social, educational-nqd'Relig- ious problerag our (arums are Taclnq and appealed [or united effort. In' Ihulr solution. Flax Seeding j Flax seeding was In.progress In district all last' week and would have been completed early In. this week but for ihc' rain which fell l steadily on Monday and part of Tues day. All seeding shoulij be fihlahdr by tomorrow. showing, arit Ihc land appears lo have suffered the high .Farm ers arc very cpliralatlc about the prospects, and the amount of mols [lure In the land promises another hum per crop this year. Plowln? on summerfallow Is In progress, Li-.f som pteam plowing (a being held.up for lack or coal. The Is -very ricl LhiG year and more hay shoull bcvcu than In past seasona. The number or vegetable gardrm: In Ihe village and aleo In the farm of this {llElrlct Is Increasing I day. This Is a goad sign, (or we can The biggest thing V yet on Dating from Fri, June 1st, QUAKER BREAD Price is twelve loaves for (he dollar. Photic 378 1027. Ask for the Gilmorc wagon to C-all. JOHN GIL M OR E THE with THE BACKBONE A revelation in sleeping comfort! A level, buoyant mallress support, on which two occupanU of a bed cannot roll together. 20 Years of Sleep Comfoil Guaranteed 'The "DUPLEX" II makes an ordinary double bed into two single be- cause the slccl backbone entirely prevents rolling lo the aentre. It's the ideal bpd for any two persons artd ihe only bed for two persons of unequal weights. Rtad that statement again! No Wi! Tmfe. in Cjmxli has ihe juttnltd falum rf IM "Dirplei." QrAtt it lif name or ask foi l.hc "Spring with Ihe Backbone." Youf Mill it or will ftlit on request. THE ALASKA BEDDING CO., LIMITED Makers of Bedsteads and Bedding f Calgary .WINNIPEG' "Alaski'on urticle meana High Grade Every Particle." ;