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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WW'liM**?1 hM�-6ftw�!**�' fiftrtHBtf^W*-* PAGE FIVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SEVERAL MATTERS TRADE MEETING Hon. Dr. Rutherford, Director In Alberta of National Service, Is to Come Here ' SJx-Premior Jluthorford, chairman of the National Service Board for Alberta will be a visitor to Lethbrldgo shortly to take up with various local organizations tho matters or Interest affecting national service and tho demobilization of soldiers. That was tho announcement made at tho board of trade luncheon today. CommlsBlonor Graco was present and reported thRt although Major Sutherland of the militia department was here six weeks ago and promised to repair tho fair buildings, work has not been started yet. However, the city Is following up the matter closely and will endeavor to nave the work done in plenty of time for a fair next year. Prosldent Marnoch roportod that tho board Is following up, through J. B. Ttirnoy, the negotiations with the Great Falls Chambor of Commerce looking to a better railway service between the two points via Coutta. The mattors affecting Lethbrldgo wholesalers In connection with the now freight classification and the increase In freight and passenger rates on Conadlan railways will be heard beforo tho Board of Railway Commissioners In Calgary next Tuosday. It was left to John Horno and Geo. B. MacKay to present tho objections for Lethbrldgo. The Water Conference on Friday, .funo 22nd, will bo held in St. Angus-tin's Hall. A/bout 25 Important delegates will bo present representing 'nrious public bodies, and It la hoped to have large numbers of farmers from the district In attendance. Arrangements are under way for the en-tnrtainmont of the visitors In tho ov  onlng. The Automobile Club has boon asked to help In the entertainment. It Is expected that tho delegates will bo tendered an Informal supper at tho Chinook Club in tho evening when the ladles of the Women's Civic Club will aid In tho entertainment. �HTOftSflAY, JL?NE*4,191? FEAR THAT FISHBURN Believe He Tried to Ford River -His Horse Is Found Drowned ELECT OFFICERS Calgary, June 14.-Knights of Pythias of Alberta in convention hero elected the following officers this rooming: Grand chancellor, J. C. Waln-wrlght, Calgary; vice-chancellor, J. G. Harper, Lethbridge; grand prelate, R. H. Lytle, Carbon; grand master of exchequer, G. B. Buckham, Calgary; grand master at arms, A. M. Starratt, Delia; inner guard, H. Burkls, Plncher Croek; outer guard, A. J. H. Donohoo, Nemiskam; trustee, two year term, B. K. Holland, Glelclien; throe year term, W. J. Buchanan, Nobloford, -the Comfortable Shoes for Business Men The Business Men are going to enjoy foot comfort this summer. They are going to wear FLEET FOOT WHITE SHOES; and save a lot of money, too. Wherever you go this summer-in town or country -at work or play-at home or office-you'll see FLEET FOOT WHITE SHOES. They are so cool and comfortable in hot weather- and cost so much less than leather. Atkyour thot dealer to show Jiou the full line of Fleet Foot. take up their abode in the const city. Mr. and Mrs. McKerrichor had been here from Pinchor Creek's earliest days and will bo very greatly missed. Mr. McKerrichor has accepted a position with the Creamery Company there. Allan McClelland of Flshburn has invested in a motor tractor and is now able to turn over about ten acres of land a day. beautiful warm sunshine all day Wednesday soon chased away tho shadows and chills of the past 3 days rain. Warm weather now will mako the crops par excellent. Mrs. W. 1-armour and Baby Betty of Calgary, arrived on Sunday last anil are spending the week as the guest of Mrs. A. C. KemmiB. Miss Buchanan of the post office left on Monday for a holiday at tho coast. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Honeyman of Ladner, B. C, who have many old friends here are receiving congratulations on the birth of a daughter on June 5th. What the Press Agents Say AT THE ORPKEUM The attraction at. the Orphmim tho-ntro beginning June 18th, will be Annette Kollerman in an eiglil-roul (nature motion picture play entitled iVcp-tuno's Daughter. Miss Kellnrrnan, ivho heretofore has confined hor artivi.ies to vaudeville and musical productions, recently spent throo onths on the Island of Bermuda enacting the heroine in this picture play by Captain Leslie B. Peacock. The play was written especially to exploit Miss Keller-man and gives her ample arupn to hnr genius as an aquatic marvel, as well as to display hor ability as an across. AT THE EMPRESS Marjorln Rnmboau, who.-c *Wa# What you'll see in "The Debt"-A heart stirring love affair; a fascinating TONIGHT What you'll see in "The Debt"-A heart stirring love affair; a fascinating financial adventure; a phay filled with quick-trigger action. Also latest Weekly and Comedy. MADE !M CANADA WITH THE. .FRUITY: ELAMAR Adams California Fruit Gum is getting to be immensely popular simply because its flavor satisfies the palate's craving for the taste of ripe, fresh fruits. CANADIAN CHEWING'GUM COC LIMITED the attraction at the Majestic theatre with a special mattnea each day. Seats) on Friday (tomorrow) aand Saturday, aro at Hedley's now. COMING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Famous Players Present Dainty MARGUERITE CLARK IN "SILKS AND SATINS" Special Comedie3 for the Children Saturday afternoon. No advance In Prices. LAST TIME8 TONIGHT! George Beban Most Wonderful Character-on-tha , Screen, In < "An Alien" An Eight-Reel Plcturizatlon of NTh� Sign ef the Roae." DUET-Ml88 SIMM AND MR. FLEMING at 8.45. LATEST WAR WEEKLY Admission: Adults 25o, Children 16c PHONE 1722 3 Nights Starting Next Mon., June 18th ED. ARMSTRONG OFFERS THE FAMOUS FOLLIES OF PLEASURE Great Company Including The Dancing Baby Dolls Stunning Coatumee, Elaborate Scenic and Electrical Effeott, Prices $1.00, 76c, 50c, and 26c Seats at Medley's Saturday i-V-'' f. * '�-'�1 fffff.ft?,� MiUESTIC-Two Days Only, Fri.-Sat. June 15-11*% SUPERFEATURES, LTD., AND THE DR.URY LANE COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC., OFFER A eS/Vi5/fIN THE WORLDS <3PCftreST MCLODPAMA A MARVELLOUS PRESENTATION OF THE , ENORMOUS DRURY LANE THEATRE SUCCESS. TEN TONS OF SPECIAL MECHANICAL EFFECTS TWELVE EXPERT STAGE OPERATOR6 U8ED TO FAITHFULLY REPRODUCE THE THOUSANDS OF EFFECT8. ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT AT/ 8.30. ONE MATINEE EACH DAY AT 2.30. Prices:Nights .... ,.....75c, 50c, 25c Matinees........... ....... 50c and 25c ALL SEATS AT HEDLEY'S NOW. 37341931 ;