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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta [WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 191? Joy for that Jaded Stomach, with vim and energy for the day' Shredded Wheat with Strawberries, or other fruits-a combination of cooked whole wheat and the most luscious and succulent of berries. The highest food value for the least money and the least bother. It is ready-cooked and ready-to-eat. Try it for breakfast or luncheon. Made in Canada. SOLDIERS VOTE Edmonton, Juno 9.-All Boldlors not in their roapoctlvo ridings Including returned soldiers voted In eleven polls throughout the province in the Alborta elections on June 7. Their votes as given out by J. D. Hunt, clork of the executive council, show tho vote in tho larger centres as follows: West Kdmonton, Bwlng 29; Henry, 11; Conservative majority 18. East Edmonton, Kcolitig 1; Clarke 14; D.un-can 0; Ramsey 41; Conservative majority, 27, South Edmonton, Crawford 6; Douglas 4; Conservative majority 2. Calgary south, Blow 44; Irwin 10; McNeill 4; Conservative majority 34. North Calgary, Davidson 13; Hillocks SO; Conservative, majority 17. Calgary Centre, Ross 20; Twcedlo 59, Conservative majority 39. Red'Deer. Mlohener-5; Welllver 3; Conserva-tivo majority 2. He who hasn't tried SHAWNS -needs the advice of him who has. 58 GIVEN FAREWELL (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion, Juno 10.-Rev, R. Hollo-way left on Monday. Ho preached his farewell sermon to a well filled house. The samplo rooms of tho Savoy hotel are being changed as they And a scarcity of room for accommodation. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Lobban ontortaltied the Biblo class by a farowoll party to Rov. R, Holloway and tcx-Preflldent Huntington. The evening passod pleasantly in games. Tho noxt mooting of the Tllble claBs is on Wednesday, evening, Juno 27. On Thursday evening tho new opera house opens here. Managers Clevos and Watson have secured the film "Neptune's Daughtor" for the occasion. Tho picturos are to bo shown throe times a week. This is a decided move ahead, and overyono wishes tho enterprising managers overy succoss. Mrs. G. Stoddart and family left on Monday ovonlng tor Ontario whero they are to spend the summer. Mr. Stoddart accompanied them as far as Calgary. Tho departmental examinations started on Monday. There are sixteen writing at this centre. There has boen no change in examiners, Principal Huntington presiding here. Wo aro sorry to hear that Norman Porter is leaving the first of July; ho has accepted a position aa purchasing agent for the Southern Alberta Land company at Medicine Hat. Porter will bo greatly missed from the ball team, whero his heady playing helped tho boys greatly; ho will also bo misBed around town. We certainly wish Norm, tho boat of success in his new work. TRAVERS (From Our Own CorrcRpondsnt) Travcrs, June 18.-Guy McCann and Less Lawrence Suhdayed at Vulcan with the former's parents. Mr. Lynk has secured a well at a depth of 120 feet with a supply of water to about 20 bbl3. a day, a little handler than hauling as previous. T ravers wended their way to Lomond and took part in a ball game ending in a score of 5 to 15 in favor of Lomond. They have a good pitcher now and will bo ablo to take the sweepstakes at the Stampede in July. Miss Ruth McCann haB been having a siege of the German measles. Her mother has been in town taking care of her for a few days. Mr. Geo. Whitting, Fred Bannister and Dan McPherson were in Calgary on business this week. Al Groenman is now driving a Ford, which he handles with much skill. Mr. Dan McPhcrson and O. Scott havo each purchased a new Dodge from Wm. G. Whitting, who also reports a Bale of two more. A few attended the dance at Enchant on last Friday evening and report a gay time. A good delegation went to Leth-bridge today to attend the circus. Mrs. Lola Clark left on Wednesday's train for' St. Paul, to have an operation for appendicitis at the homo of her sister, who is a trained nurse. She will alBo visit with other relatives and friends and spend the summer in tho States. AUCTION SALE HOUSES AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE To be Held Second House North of the Union Hall, Coalhurst-Wigan, " On THURS., JUNE 28th AT TWO O'CLOCK 8HARP.-NO RESERVE 1 FIVE ROOM HOUSE; 1 TWO ROOM SHACK, 14x26; TWO LOT8, 60x110; ONE LEAN-TO, 8x10; ONE SHACK, 8x10. FURNITURE: 1 cook stove, 4-hole; 4 heating stoves; 4 store boards; 4 double bedsteads and springs; 3 cot bods; also cooking utensils. TERM8 CASH. . HENRY CAREZ, Proprietor J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer AUCTION SALE Farm Stock and Implements, TO BE OFFERED FOR 8ALE AT LOT 16-11-?2, TWO MILES NORTH AND FIVE MILES EAST OF NOBLEFORD ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP, THE FOLLOWING; HOR8E8-G mares, from 4 to 8 yeaw old, 1200 to 1500 lbs.; 2 gelding*, 7 and 8 years old, 2700 lbs.; 1 filly, 2 years old; 1 inulej 7 years old. BATTLE-1 choice cow, milking; 1 call, 4 months old. HOQB-8 brood sows; 1 Berkshire boar; 0 store hoga; 41 young RigB, 3 to 6 weeks old. POULTRY-40 hens; 50 young chickons. ^ IMPLEMENTS-1 nearly new Cookshutt cultivator; 1 nearly now Van Brunt pressed Drill; 1 Van Brunt siiigle disc drill; ,1 shoe drill; 1 set of in and out throw discs; 1 set of Iron harrows; 1 12riesp'j:;i3n,t> Champion. June 10.-Tho sale of tractors still continues brisk, Mossrs. Anderson, Orr and Hlrich each having received new orders the past week. E. Silrr has accepted a position in the Gold, n West pool hall. A successful Hod Cross tea was held on Thursday afternoon, Mesdames Mills and McGregor being hostesses. Mr. .McRae is having a residence erected in the sub-division, Mr. G. Edwards being contractor. .Mr. J. Baubicr is having an addition built to his homo on Clover Ave. .Mr. and Mrs. Ogilvie leave on Saturday nijiht for Banff to spend the holidays. Measles and mumps are having their run among tho school children at present; the attendance being quite low on that account. An interesting meeting of the Bible class was held on Wednesday evening; Rer. n. Holloway had charge of the meeting, and Rev. D. Teller of Carmangay was a visitor. las Romanoff, the former emperor, and members ot tho former imperial family, the privilege, ot voting. SGT. DUNC. MadVEII, OF THE CANADIANS Ottawa, June 19.-W. F. O'Connor, K.C., acting commissioner of the high cost of living branch of the labor deportment, when asked what is tho actual situation, at tho present time as respects a fuol supply for consumption during the next winter, replied; "I will confine my answer to the matter of anthracite. I am investigating tho bituminous situation at tho present � time, but I do not consider myself sufficiently informod to mako any statements concerning it. As to anthracite the situation has boon growing steadily worse. At tho present time Canadian dealers are not recolving on an avorago 25 per cent, ot their orders placod for delivery. The public, wisely enough, has placed ita orders for anthracite considerably earlier this season thun usual. This is well, but the consumer will havo to bo pationt, realizing that the deal-1 ers are' not 'dtftlveritig coal for the/ MAGRATH (From Our Own Correspondent) Magrath, June 18.-Clarence Ostium] leaves this week for Elko, B.C., he will accompany a train load of Hay Knight's sheep that aro being shipped awuy for summer ranse from Elko. The [locks will be trailed to the Livingstone Yalloy. ,f. Ulackmoro is making his home in the Garden City for the next week or ten days, while presiding at the public school examinations. Mrs. Annie Karren and daughter Vila, has returned home after an enjoyable trip extending over two mouths. All places of most importance were visited in the Eastern States, where .Mrs. Karren's son, Byron, is laboring as a missionary for L. D. S. church. Tho return trip was made by way of Salt Lake, and Ogdcn, Utah, whore friends and relatives wore visited. N. ROMANOFF MAY VOTE IN ELECTIONS Petrograd, Juno 13. via London, June 14.-After a prolonged debate in the council which is now sitting for the purpose of drawing up rules governing elections to the constituent assembly, and considering the eligibility of voters, it was decided to allow Nicho- Snys Or. Cas3ell's Tablets Cured H\a'\ Dyspepsia Completely. Sergeant Duncan MacNeil of the1 Canadian Expeditionary Force, writing from Europe (his homo address is 11C Pleasant street, Halifax. N.S.) says: "For six years I Buffered from frequent attacks of dyspepsia, often ' being in bed for day3 at a time. When tho war broke out I joined tho Expeditionary Force and came to England. I had not been long there, however, when my old trouble returned, and I had to go to the hospital. While in hospital a friend told nip of Dr. Cassell's Tablets, and I decided to try them. The first box brought such pronounced relict that I continued the treatment. To make a long story short, a complete cure was effected." A free sample of Dr. Cassell's Tablets will bo sent to you on receipt of 5 cents for mailing and packing. Address: Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd., 10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the surest home remedy for Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Nervous Ailments, Nerve Paralysis, Palpitation and Weakness in Children. Specially valuable for nursing mothers nnd during the critical periods of lite. Sold by druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, DO cents; six tubes tor tho price of five. Beware of imitations said to contain hypophosphltes. The composition of Dr. Cassell's Tablets is known only to the proprietors, and no imitations can ever be tho same. Solo Proprietors: Dr. Cassell's Co., Ltd.. Manchester, Enrj. You may want to change your automobile, or your piano, or even your home- but you will never want to change the COFFEE, when once you taste the delectable flavour of Chase & Sanborn's "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. In Yz. 1 and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground-pulverized-also fine ground lor Percolators. Never sold In bulk.  J82 ;