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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1917 TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE A little Stick of Makes the Whole World Kin! No climate affects it for the package pro-tects it:. . . so WRIGLEY'S goes to a!i parts of the world: high. Sow. hot* cold: in all seasons, to all classes-Arid the contents are fresh, dean, wholesome and delicious, always. It aids appetite and digestion, allays thirst, gives comfort ... and best of all e Flavour Lasts! Three of a (and Chew It after every meal-see how much better you will feel. SHEEP HERDER IN AUSTRALIA^ LIEUT. GRIST WAS GRAVE IN ACTION Mr. .lolin Orlst, of Lcthliridge. fath-or of Ueut. Grim, who was killed in action Borne time ago. lias received Home very splendid letters extending sympathy In his loss and testifying to the services rendered by li!s son In Hie. groat cause. Lieut. Orlst. was u. reservist, and loft here early In the war to Join his regiment In Iikiglaiul. lie was promoted to a lieutenancy on tlio Hold. The letter which Mr. Grist will probably prize most is that from their majesties the King and Queen, which is forwarded by the keeper of the privy pnife. and which Is as follows: Dear Sir,-The Winn and queen deeply regret to li> .--sir of the loss you ind the army have; sustained by the death of your son in the service of his country, and I am commanded to convey to you the expression of their majesties' true sympathy with you in your sorrow." Another letter is from the officer commanding the company of the Hoyal West Kent. Rcgt., to which Lieut. Grist belonged. It states that ho was. killed instantly by a shell. Another letter from the captain of the company testifies to the esteem in which tlio late Lethbrldgc officer was held by the men of his battalion, and statements that he was always cheery. A third letter comes from the chaplain of the regiment, telling of the great services rendered by Lieut. Grist, and that be was always in the thick or the fighting displaying great courage, and always leading his men with bravery and ability. OX DRIVER IN SINGAPORE Made in Canada KING EDWARD TRANSFER and AUTO LIVERY Office Plionc 652 Residence phone 1341 \ DRAYING Of All Kinds v WesternTransferCb. Limited Office-C P. R, Freight Siiedi PHONES Office. ........... 1103 Stables .......... 1064 Spring Coulee people are planning for a big celebration1 there on Saturday, Juno 30th, and a splendid program has been arranged of all kinds of attractions. Included in those will be a ball game, Spring Coulee vs. Magrath, for a purse of $15. There will also be a tug-of-war and some races and other athletic events. There will also be fiomo good horse races. A second baseball game will be played at live o'clock between Spring Couloe and Raymond. The celebration will close with a big danco in the evening. HARDLY POSSIBLE, GOVT. POOLS OF COAL SUGGESTED. > Washington, .Tune 20- Gov- ! ernment pools of coal produc- ! tion and distribution and of ! rail and water transportation ! were recommended to con- ! gress today by the federal trade commission as the only ! means of avoiding disastrous" I* coal shortage next winter.   *^ j* *j* The Hudson Auto Livery A big Six Cylinder 7-paasonner car./ One of the boat and most comfortable cars .in the city to rldo in. COUNTRY TRipS PREFERRED Residence Phone 1269-Calls Day or NlrjhV Day Phone, Palace Confection* ery*668. "Moet us at the Palace." San Antonio, Texas, June 19.- La Raza a. Carranza newspaper published here today iBsued an extra containing a published telegram from Bl Universal, Mexico City, that Prance had of-iferod to lend Mexico 20,00,000 pesos ! and that Mexico will take part in the \ war on tho side of the allies. There ' is no'officlal tone to the telegram. DRAYING  Phones11345,or 1356 Turner & Witchell Offlco at Kennedy's 410 13th si TRY A HERALD WANT AD. BOULTON�S AUTO LIVERY Lethbrldge, Alberta We know the country thoroughly. We have had the experience, It is paid for. TRY US. Phone 1206 Henun's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 . , Dallas Hotol RED CROSS DAY OVER ALL SOUTH At a well attended meeting of the Rod Cross Soolety Carnival committee held in the Rod Cross rooms last evening, committees were named and the machinery set In motion for the big celebration on July 2nd. Throughout tho country, at almost every point, committees are busy arranging local celebrations whose main Idea is to ra,ise money for Red Cross purposes, . The central provincial committoo has circularized the var Jo.iis Rod Cross societies throughout the province calling for special efforts to be made on the date in ques tion, and the response has been very fine in-the southern part of tho prov inco. LECTURE FIHE FOOD CONTROLLER Ottawa, June J.!).-The order-in-coun-cil defining the duties and powers of Hon. \V. J. Hanna, food controller of the Dominion, provides that the food controller shall make necessary investigations into the quantities, location, ownership, sources of supply and prices of any article of food in Canada; that he shall ascertain domestic requirements and facilitate the export of the surplus to Great Britain and her allies, subject to the approval of the government In council. The food con troller may make regulations governing the prices of any food and the storage, distribution, sale and delivery thereof, providing for its conservation and governing consumption in hotels restaurants, cafes, private houses, clubs, etc. It is further provided that, subject to the same, approval of the cabinet, the food,controller may requisition, store, sell and deliver food and may appoint a necessary staff to carry on the work. Provision is made for co-operative action with any department of the Canadian government or of the governments of Great Britain and the allied countries. There is a proviso that his duties shall not interfere with tho powers of the board of grain commissioners recently appointed to supervise the disposal of this year's grain crop. What the Press Agents Say / AT THE EMPRESS Norma Hardocro, 'daughter of social climbers, destined to be sacrificed to a rich suitor, meets and falls in love with Jimmle f'adgate, si struggling artist. In spite of her growing love for Jimmlo she consents to an engagement with Morland King, a wealthy man-about-iown. Jlmmle and Morlnnd are close friends and Morland confides that, be has wronged a little country girl and gets Jlmmie to see tho girl for him and try to straighten matters out. Tlio attempt Is unsuccessful, however, the girl commits suicide and her father comes to the city to bo revenged on the man responsible for her death, lie arrives just as the wedding ceremony is to be said over Morland and Norma and Jimmy assumes the dishonor to save Morlnnd's name from disgrace. Norma, unconvinced of Jlmmio's guilt, and sure of her own love for him, denounces tho hypocrisy of the life she has been leading and declaring that she would rather live in a hovel where love is, rushes from the house. She goes straight to Padgate's studio. Her parents and Morland follow and Morland confesses his guilt, and clears the name of Padgate. Also Gale Henry in a very funny Joker comedy and the latest Weekly. AT THE ORPHEUM '"Midst war's alarums" there comes a time when War Extras become a surfeit, and the oyer-harrassed brain seeks rest and change and relief. Old Father Neptune will have a great part to play In the European conflict, and It is timely that we have an opportunity of witnessing a magnificent spectacle woven around that mythological god and his beauteous daughters; a spectacle which, however, will lift us out. of the present turmoil and strife, and take us to the realms of fairyland and Davy Jones' locker under the green swirling waters of the ocean. "Neptune's Daughter," that marvelous motion picture fantasy which enabled Annette Kollcrman to create new records on Broadway, at the Globe Theatre, New York, this summer, will be presented in its entirey by the Universal Film Co. for the last time tonight at the Orpheum. In "Neptune's Daughter" Miss Kellerman has a vehicle for displaying every ono of her superb accomplishments In the natatorial line, her figure, which has been likened unto that of a Grecian goddess, and her really marvellous histrionic ability Is herein given the fullest possible scope. When You Buy a Piano or Player-Piano You are making an INVESTMENT-In other words-you have a distinct right to expect a definite rate of interest for your money, payable In life-time service and satisfaction. The Mason & Risch name on a Piano Insures such service and satisfaction. It is made and sold to typify the Ideals of its makers: "to produce at all times the highest possible .quality at the lowest possible price." The Mason & Risch Piano comes to you direct from Factory to Home at a price which Is the proper price today for piano-perfection In the true sense of the word. Our booklet, "Inside Information" explains fully-have you read it? If not, write for a copy; It is FREE. Mason & Risch, Li mited Balmoral Block, 5th Street South Lethbridge U. S. RECEIPTS. Washington, June 19.-For the first time in American history ordinary receipts of the treasury have passed the billion dollar mark In a fiscal year. The great sum Jias been anticipated, however, in the plan for raising- war revenue and it does not alter the administration plans for taxation as all the available money from all sources will be needed. Up to today the total was $1,015,-381,817, as compared with $G�0,400,- .P.� n. New York, June 19.-A loan of ?10,-000,000 to the imperial munitions board has been made by the C.P.R. from cash on hand,' which, according to the last balance sheet under date of December 31, 1D16, was at that time $57,076,01S. ,v �"} The loan, besides being of direct assistance to the imperial authorities ,ln connection with their war supplies transactions in Canada, is considered as also important from the industrial standpoint in the Dominion. It ensures $10,000,000 business for .Canadian 'plants at a time when it is becoming increasingly .difficult to, finance owing to the heavier credit requirements of ordinary commercial business. AT STARLAND "Doug" Fairbanks has taken unto himself a regular trainer in the person of "Bull" Montana, erstwhile pugilist, wrestler and ringside instructor. Anyone familiar with "Doug's" work on the screen can readily appreciate the fact that he requires a trainer to keep in form. "Bull" is not only a trainer, but he is also somewhat of an actor, as demonstrated in the current Fairbanks-Artcraft picture, "In Again-Out Again," at the Star-land theatre tonight. The meeting between Fairbanks and Montana came about in New York recently when the latter applied at the studio in response to a call for his particular type. Clad in his Sunday suit "Bull" introduced himself to "Doug" and was Immediately engaged. An hour later he looked as though he had been in a wreck. "What, happened, 'Bull'," asked Fairbanks. The former idol of the ring stuttered and with flushed face replied: "A tough guy tried to make fun of yofu and I just cleaned him- dat's all." "What did he say?" "Oh, tbt fresh mut only said dat you fake all your athletic stunts and I happen to know better. I've seen you in action and tried to tell him dat, but he wouldn't listen. The best thing I could . thft-Funny -Woman Comedian Gal Ann Murdock in 'Where Love Is' e Henry, Joker Comedy and the Very Latest Weekly, of News Around the Worl^f 2354 ;