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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK THE LETHBIUDGE WIND IS NOW Yfce city to be known now as he Wlhbrldge has beou orgau tted with Coates as The president is the vlce aufl the secre tarylreaiurer Tho PIMU llvo committee Is Mc IU The concert by the band on Sunday in the Majestic was tho first concert o the was muclt enjoyed by a good The selections render ed we TO very The baud has ordered nt tha Utett music and hopes to mother concert The band will compete In tho Medicine Hut LEGAL NOTICES i jlierebjr glxV notice thai 1 have purchased restaurant owned by Slab Chew of Orassy All debts Chew will not be held responsible by me after July MAU Ornssy NOTICE To Whom H May Concern KuoneOn Lung Company hereby give notlcu that they havo cnteredlnto ui agreement to purchase tho busi ness premises and slock In trade of Wing Wo Chons situate on lots Eight S and Nine 9 Block Nineteen Lethbrldge 4303 and will enter Into iwssesslon of the same6rithe 15th day of Jul NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP NOTICE Is hereby Eivca that tho partnership heretofore subsisting be twceu tbo as General Merchants and Hardware Merchants at in tho Province of Alber under the lira name and style of Monarch Trading haa this day been dissolved by mutual consent All debts owjng to the said partner ship arc to be paid to Arle Casper ran at aforesaid who will continue to conduct the bus iness as The Monarch Trading and all claim against tho said part nership are to bo presented to the Bald Ario van dor bj y horn the same will bo DATED at the City of Lcthbrldge in the Province ot Albcila this 12th day of June van der Jlillie Q Smile of Contentment There is a pleasant surprise in store for Soon to Name a Commissoner Wiiu Will V Control Western Mines June special from Ollawa to Telegram says IVUhJa tho aexl Iva or days the government will appoint a commlssEoncr lo control liio western which havo been tide up for nioutbs by Croth ers1 staled loilay after receiving the whlcli have been tied up for who reached liio Capitol thli this mornhig following the unsuccess ful effort to selllo the that the next step would bo to appoint a con troller as soon as a suitatlo man wag Crothers said that the duties of the commissioner would be to give directions to mine managers and men to get the mines working at the earliest possible mo He empowered to Is rates of aud to regulalo Ihe price or meut of higher wages to miners probably mean a slight Increase in tho price of coal but the mine own crs will not bo permuted to increase tho felling price to any degree dlKpra pprlionato to of If the cost of for increases 10 ccnU iier tbo cm HOT will not bo permitted to raise tho selling price ty more than Uiat The mines will be operated uudsr suircesled ty A Very Pleasant Affair Last Arc Made The congregation of 1h VnllcJ Church of North lettibrldge turned out h full force last night mcclary lo and Fran have competed a four year pastorate It was from iasi nights atheriny that UH church them most and the large number of and old present at the Farewell was a irib TENDERS WANTED Sealed proposals wtil be received a the office ofThe Southern AlberU Land until Z Jun work as follows For the construction and completion of earth embankment at the Lillle for the eicavatlon and completion ot Ihc Utlle Bow res ervoir fnlel and outlet InvoH fns the excavation of approximate one hundred and twentytwo tbousani cubic yards of a Indicated by Schedules 2 and The work Is situated Schedule y of Section Township 11 Rsngs West of the Fourth Men Schedule 2 Yt at Septic Township Ilonge West o the Fourth Schedule 3 S Ji of Section and o Section Township Hango 19 West of the Fourth From 6 to ten 10 miles south atn of Specifications and assistance re spcctlng the work may be obtalne from rFranzen at Vauibal r For specifications anTgeneral infor mation apply atthe office ol the Soulhern Alberta Lnct at Medicine The Southern Alberla Land Chief MORTGAGE SALE NOTICE Pursuant to the order of His Honor Judge A Jackson made herein Ihe 18th day of June 1917 In a eer1 tain action wherein the Merchants Bank Canada is Plaintiff and Don Lufkln KlmbaU Is Defendant the fol lowinglands In the ProvlneeVf Al namely The norlhwesl riuar ter and wesl half of the northeast quarter of said Section 39 and eaat half ot the norllieast quarter of said section all In town ship 6 range west of Ihe 4th Meri dlan In the Province of Alberta subject to the reservations contained in tha I original grant from the crown and tho existing certificate of will he offered for sale by public auction on Wednesday the lllh day of JulyAJX 1017 at tha hoof of 11 oclock In the forenoon at the posl office In tbe village of Ettlkora in the province of The vendor Is informed hit this land consists of 2IS acres raws or sltnatfl ti rrilleB weat and 1 tnlia north of the vlllago of The wholo of thla land Is euitablo lor cul flvttlon and None of this land has been cultivated and here The sale ft subject lo reserved bid flxcdby the The lerras and coudillona ot sale Tvlll bo made known al ijie time of the or rw Bscdrialned nl nny timfl from the undersigned Dated Hi Idgc In Province of 18th ol June Vendors Ball A Alberta OFUflifBESI ot the finesr farms In Alherta Is that owll2l by the Felger Forming Coaccording 16 wlio told the Herald of a visit tothe farm yes Ho brought back a handful ot SHlendM looking and says that the farm lias 170 acres of this about ready lo U Is beautiful looking The Kfclger Farming has one of the most farms In the 1ms a big crop In this and has just completed most modern and Peat are In Calgary for a few f and Percy who were married ML Mcilictno Hal last have arrived in tho city and are residing in tbe Victoria If the weather is unfavorable Look shower and tea that tho Major1 Jack Ross Is giving on Friday afternoon at end Conybeares will be hehl In the The show er Is being held to provide a library for the Veterans The only en trance fee will te a bound bookj but ice cream will be for AH the pupils of Hie public schools who are competing In theoral essay competition being Held by the Major Jack Ross as semble tm the at 2 in the Central school auditorium when essays will he heard by the 5udses and the successful competitors awarded The grades that will compete are grade The mmm June en British chips of more than 600 have been ftunk according to theweekly Brltith surnrnary given out Five British sets under tons also sent to the No ves were I By Canadian Overseas Army June the capture today by the Canadian troopsof of German trenchet lyinj at foot of the approjch to Lent hat been made Itji MILADI PHONE 1224 Life of a School grade The Mounted A WAR RECIPE From Britains Official Win theWar Cook Cheese tor four people Halt a pound slale one one dessert spoonful four table spoonful grated and salt to Soak the broad in cold water for an hour or then squeeze dry and mash into smooth Mix the cheese into saving enough to sprinkle over Add plenty of Ecasonlng and the egg slightly Grease pie dish wilh half the Put in the press1 Ing It firmly into the Place into a brisk oven ami bake un til the charlotte Is a Tho Willard will meet with 1803 till north tomorrow afternoon at Kenneth lino huen attending school at is visiting his Norman Itltchlo and Mrs Crest and ot were Tor a few on their to Edmonton to at tend tbe Eastern Star The regular monthly meeting of the Sir AJcxautler Gait joyable During Hie evening tho took oceasiou to the history of the past four years of the referring particularly to Frauds good amooK the toys and girls In connection vrith tho Junior junior and norulag all of which arc fea tures not only In North but throughout the also referred to the intimate land HffcRtfonate relationship Francis had fostered between herself the particularly the boys and as leader of the junior which bylheway ia said to bo tho only one in the Do He cssured them that the church ivas forced to bid them a re luctant Miss Janet M ell vena on behalf of the Junior read an address of appreciation and HUle Miss Evelyn Ford presented Francis with a framed photo of the Francis was given a I beautiful bQUQuetot flowers by Olauder and and Frauds were presented with a purse of gold by on behalf of thr Francis said that they would away pleasant memories of the happy associations with the jieople of and the United Church of North In the course of his Francis told about n pound note he had received from a whosename appears on the hon or roll of the This money had been given him by his comrades as a reward for a unique dfsptay of moral courage anil had been scut to Francis for the vork of the In Francis the donation should be given special sig will bo lield tomorrow afternoon at In the Elks The members who have overseas pins are askml to kindly turn in their oilier pins at this The sixth annual session of the grand Order of Eastern opened this morning at Edmonton with an address of welcome by Governor Urett and Mayor rc pHed to by McClenaghaa ot this who is a past matron of Busses tad that Jt be Maple Leaf This afternoon A the address ot tho worthy grand ma this was reports grand officers ond standingconiniittees and tho election ol grand chanter Tonight a recejitlpn aud ball will he held at the Macddnald by the Edmonton chaptetf TomorEow morn ing thcre vill o special amendments to the Btitution and completion of new and unfinished afternoon ar the chapte officers andthe closing of Jthe grauil will be fqlloyed byrau auto ridearound the city including a visit to the housfl and grounds of the lieu tenant closing session will be n tha eveclng at the Masonic has the honor of having the first grand chapter inthe organised July There Is chapter in the provinces of B Alberta an A Al berta has 25 subordinate The Order of the Eastern Star Is the larg est womans organization in the and the fourth largest fraternal order ou the North with memorial or the men who have en lie ted from the cKurch and lo all the names Appearing un the honor The patriotic audience enthus iastically took up the and unanimously requested a veteranOf Hie present war and associate superintendentof the Sun day school to take charge of the note and act as treasurer for the Re freshments were serred during the Mr getting a strong with except tonally good execu iveablHty and with unusual gifts fn peaking to boys and He and together wilh carry away with iem the gratitude and good vrisiies fthe i2rlli IvOthbridge lett for Cam ose 9 6 4 4 4 a membership of NEUTRALS foreign reports the sinking pf the Norwegian stcamshlpa tons gross and Sangvandi The crews were The Danish foreign office reports that the Danish steamship Herald 475 tons gross has been sunk Ia ttie One member ot the crew was TAX ON NEWSPAPER PROFITS tax on the net prnfits of all nf wspapAr and magazine L publishers waVwrkten Into the war tax bill to senate finance committee of the 2 advertising taking previously agreed iipon anil ijhc second class inall rate In creases proimed in the house Summer What are you ClariceI About summer This store advfirtisea landing neis What do they moan by tv landing A Courier Approved it 0 AUCTION SALE Waddingtons Auction Rooms STREET On FRIDAY JUNE 22nd OCUOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WIUL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT RESERVE AN fcSSEMBLAOE OF SUPERIOR HOTJSEHoip FURNITURE InclndlBf very fine dlnmg suite In mission comprising set Mated htmct and round etlenslon htavy brass bed with coll and mtttreas oak dresser with ovul syVrtdIrt mMlni orl hevollert mtrrOri irtt pjete pcrlor lulte In oak secretaire book casein solid oak oak ociisionaT mahOKany fine carpet tJx9j Wheeler A drop head sewing machine In perfect two hetvy beds with tprlngi cotton fell matlresjes large refriger Rolf Top very good Ulking machine In mahogany ewe flcngc 8bunicr oil Move iOODS ON VIEW ta TERMS CASH KILLED BY nfllting ows In apasture at Cape Three Wilfrid was killed b BOW ISLAND From The Al Wesley Methodist Cal on June at 2 o the Union Bank jrassy Vyas united in Gibson of Bow Is Bishop the Tne nemliers of Sewell Camp JI have nrranged for a big celc bration liorlh half of 10810 on July full program of sports including baseball tournament fo i pursobf should furnish ai excellent days Thenew being ereelei ficrc by Grain is raak ing The will be In ailtll lion lo ne hear lhat the Albert Elevator is Ing enlarsirig theirs by There Is nlso a rumor Ihnt lh iVallonal Elevator is BCheduled t build here Tho celebfntfon in Bow Island01 July will be the host It ispbs Iblc lo IJall aul ana races of all kinds wil Help to Iho huge crowd throughout Iho and iho k WOMEN The phoioCTSfh young lady wdrker in an Industrial plant In IM coslume worn hy Ihe women In tho Working is easy lii this costume that Iuw frcninm nnd tho fair I ones seem to think they look quite genuine U4at rntnt for chroliic distnScS of woman and nervous for fret copy of Unlverul to 102 Sliowing How Money Can 15c Saved by ihuiuj Your Order is your opportunity to buy PUKE STRAWJJKKRY JAM ul Beachs Pure t Special SOLO ONLV WITH GROCERY ORDER OF 50c Gold Extra Special 10 cakes Limit 10 cakes to a Eggo Baking Powder Babys Own Soap 2 boxes a good hand 2 for Uptons Black Per Bulk Regular Per 90c 65c 25c 48c 15c Royal Anne Cherries 2 cans Keens Mustard Half Imported Sardines 2 Gold Seal Milk 2 tins Parts Special Per tin CrPamettes and Macaroni 2 Per 45c 35c 35c 35c lOc 25c lOc LECTURE FIRST CHURCH OF j ANNOUNCES A FREE PUBLIC LECTURE ON j3 Christian Science BY CLARENCE OF Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother The First Church of in IN THE ENGLAND HALL On June 21st AT You and Ygur Friends are Cordially Invited to he Prtsent edge that the ara onated to the Red Cross will furnish ne holidaymakers a reas nable excuse for the spending oT heir money at the various retresh iiunt stalls to be run by the lauie KILDA NEWS IFrom Our OWTI corrtspoBienll Juno A heavy aln has pouring down oa tills tor Iho last 12 hours and Ma tround Is being wcH The ecdfng mostly ail through except i Ihtle The cropa are looking itio and the farmers are expecticga bumper crop for The election was strongly attended n this district the votes ran la vor of the ladies o tho H being tneir first time of started oat Tllh his owing outfH o i Juce S to plow tor aremiking fieat with plowloff been runntng til dirk for the Nelson waa a visitor of Andrews one day last Elmer Anderson bu lUrted on his contract of building a fence around the school yard of Wheat hauling r Is proirrtwlos at full when ever the reads fEYorable as the rarmefs are anxious to get In on iomeof The Healy runnins wilh only one small job lefl BIG sister knows what Ktde brpther likes to so she great bigbowlful of DominionToasted Corn good milk to float the bring out their jdelicious Alwoyt PaekeJ WAXTITE CORN FLAKES at CJUUOA KOLOCG TOASTED COM FUKECOMTMT T ;