Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1017 THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE CITY BAND IS NOW The city hand, to ho known now ns tho Lethbrldge Band, has boon organized with .T. P. CoatOH as director. The president Is O. F. Ursonbach, tho vice-prosldent, II. Morris, and tho secretary-treasurer P. MorrlB. Tho oxecu-tlvo committee Is H. MorrlB, II. Mc-Fhee, and J. Fendrlck. Tho concert by tho band on Sunday Jn the Majestic was tho first concert of the year, and was much enjoyed by a good crowd. The selections rendered woro vory popular. The band has ordorod some of the latest music and hopes to give another concert shortly. The band will compete In tho Medicine Hat stampede LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE I hereby give notice that T have purchased the restaurant owned by Mah Chew of QrasBy Lake. All debts owing by Mali Chew will not be held responsible by me after July 6th, 1B1T. MAH JAME, Grassy Lake. 161-G NOTICE To Whom It May Concern: Kuong-On Lung Company hereby give notice that they have entered into an agreement to purchase tho business premises and stock in trade of Wing Wo Chong Company, Merchants, situate on Lots Eight (8) and Nine (9) Block Nineteen (19), "Lethbrldge 4353 S," and will enter Into possession of tho same on tho 15th day of July A.D. 1917, _ Ad. N. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION PARTNERSHIP NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between us, tho undersigned, as General Merchants and Hardware Merchants, at Monarch, in tho Province of Alberto, under the firm name and stylo of "Monarch Trading Store," has thtis day been dissolved by mutual consent. All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Arie Casper van der Wilk at Monarch, aforesaid, who will continuo to conduct the business as "The Monarch Trading Store," and all claims ngainst tho said partnership are to bo presented to the said Arlo 'Casper van der \VIlk by whom the same will bo settled. DATED at the City of Lothbrldge in the Province of Albcita this 12th day of June A.D., 1917. (Sgd.) Berend Nyhoff. (Sgd.) A. C. van der Wilk. (Sgd.) Millie Vasclcnak, WitnosB. Ad, Q _ i TENDERS WANTED Sealed proposals will bo received at tho office of The Southern Alberta Land Company, Ltd., until 2 p.m., June 30th, 1917, for work as follows: For tho construction and completion of earth embankment at the Llttlo Bow reservoir, and for tho excavation and completion of the Little Bow reservoir inlet and outlet canalB, involving tho excavation of approximately ono hundred and twenty-two thousand (122,000) cubic yards of material, as indicated by Schedules 1, 2 and 3. The work is situated: (Schedule 1) S. E. % of Section 30, Township 14, Range 20, West of the Fourth Meridian. (Schedule 2) N.E. V* of Section 28, Township 14, Range 20, WeBt of the Fourth Meridian. (Schedule 3) S. E. V* of Section 19, and N.W. % of Section 17, Township 14, Range 19, West of tho Fourth Meridian. From iix (6) to ten (10) miles south and southwest of Travers, Alberta. Specifications and assistance ro-spoctlng the work may bo obtained from Mr. J. L. Franzen at Vauxhall, Alborta. For specifications ancTgeneral information apply at the office of tho Southern Alberta Land Company, Ltd., at Medicine Hat, Alberta. Tho Southern Alberta Land Company, Limited, D. W. Hays, Ad. P. Chief Engineer. MORTGAGE SALE NOTICE Pursuant to tho order of H1b Honor Judge J. A. Jackson made heroin the 18th day of June A. D. 1917 in a certain action wherein the Merchants Bank of Canada is Plaintiff and Don Lufkln Kimball is Defendant tho following lands In the Province'of Alberta, namely: The nortli-weBt quarter of section. ID and west half of tho north-east quarter of said section 19 and the east half of tho north-east quarter of said section 19, all In township G range 8, west of the 4th Meridian In the Province of Alborta subjoct to the reservations contained In tho original grant from tho crown and in the existing certificate of titlo, will be offered for sale by public auction on Wednesday tho 11th day of July A.D 1917 at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon at tho post ofllco in the village of Etzlkom in the province of Alberta. Tho vendor is informed that this land consists of 318 acres more or less, situate 6 miles west and 1 mile north of the vlllago of Pakowki, The whole of this land Is sultablo for cul tlvatlon and grain raising. None of this land has been cultivated and there ore no improvements. Tho Halo is Bubjoct to a roserved bid fixed by tho court. Tho terms and conditions of sale will bo raado known nt the time of the sale or may be ascertained at any time from the undersigned solicitors. Dated at Lethbrldge in the Provlnco of Alberta, this 18th day of Juno A.D, 1917. Vendor's Solicitors, Ball & Cameron, Lethbrldge, Alberta, ^VlUiam F. Rabbltt; . Auctionoor. Approved; J. A. J., i..J., S.C.A. ' M. O. There is a pleasant surprise in store for you- a feeling of great delight- when you taste those palate-pleasing Bon-Bons. Govt. Soon to Name a Commissoner WKo Will Control Western Mines Winnipeg, Juno 20.-A special from Ottawa to tho Winnipeg Telegram says: "Within tho next two or three dnys tho government will appoint a commissioner to control tho wostorn mines, which have linen tide, up for months by strikes. Hon. T. w. Croth-erS Htatcd today after receiving the minos, which have boon tied up for Kootonay, who reached tho capltol this this morning following tho unsuccessful effort to settle the strike, that tho next step would ho to appoint a controller as soon an a suitnblo man was available. Mr. Crothcrs said that the duties of the commissioner would he to give directions to mine operators, managers and men to get the mines working nt the earliest possible mo- ment. He will be empowered to fix hours, rates of wages, holidays, etc., and to regulate the price of coal. Payment of higher wages to miners will probably mean a slight, increase In tho price of coal hut the mine owners will not he permitted 10 increase tho selling price to any degree disproportionate to tho cost of production. If the cost of production, for instance, increases 10 cents per ton. the mine owners will not bo permitted to raise tho selling prico by more than that amount. The mines will he operated under tho terms ph suggested by It. F. Oreon and refused l>y the owners. Kvery effort will bo made to carry out the government's determination that the west shall suffer no dearth of coal this winter. FAREWELL GIVEN REV. MR. FR IS A Very Pleasant Affair Last Night-Presentations Arc Made OF THE VERY BEST One of the finest farms In Alberta Is that own 2d by tho Felger Farming Co., according to A. Harron, who told the Herald of a visit to the farm yesterday. Ho brought back a handful of splendid looking alfalfa, and says that tho farm has 170 acres of this about ready to cut. It ia beautiful looking stuff. Tho Felger Farming Co. has one of the most up-to-date farms in tho south, has a big crop in this year, and has just completed a most modern barn. MILAD SUNK LAST WEEK London, June 20.-Twenty-seven British ships of more than 1,-600 tons have been sunk according to tho weekly British summary given out today. Five British vessels under 1,600 tons also were sent to the bottom. No fishing vessels were destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Peat are in Calgary for a few days. * * � Mr. and Mrs. Percy Forster, who were married in Medicine Hat last week, have arrived In the city and arc residing in tho Victoria Mansions. * * If the weather is unfavorable the book shower and tea that tho Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E. is giving on Friday afternoon at Riverview, Dr. and Mrs. C. F. P. Conyboare's home, will be held in the house. The shower Is being hold to provide a library for the Veterans' club. The only entrance fee will be a bound book, but ice cream will be for sale. All the pupils of the public schools who are competing in the oral essay competition being Hold by tho Major Jack Ross chapter, I.O.D.E., will assemble on Wednesday, the 27th. at 2 p.m., in the Central school auditorium when essays will be heard by the judgeB and tho successful competitors awarded prizes. The grades that will compete are grade 5. subject, "The Life of a Gopher"; grade 6, "School Gardening"; grado 7, "The Mounted Pollco." .;. .;. * : ;� * .;. > . A *� O *� C* O The Wlllard W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Wilson, 1803 4th Ave. north tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. � Mr. Kenneth Ttitchln, who has heon attending school at Windsor, N. S., is visiting his brother, Mr. J. Norman Ritchie and Mrs. Ritchie. Mrs. W. II. Pawson, Mrs. C. S. Crest and Mrs. Charles Glaspey, of Coaldalo, were in Calgary for a few days on their way to Edmonton to attend the Eastern Star convention. a The regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.K., will be hold tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 in the Elks' rooms. The members who have overseas pins are asked to kindly turn In their other pins at this meeting. * The sixth annual session of the grand chapter, Order of Eastern Star, opened this morning at Edmonton with an address of welcome by Lieut.-Governor Brett and Mayor Henry, replied to by Mrs. Chas. McCIenaghan. of this city, who is a past matron of Maple Leaf Chapter. This afternoon the address of tho worthy grand matron, Mrs. J. T. Graham, of this city, was followed by reports of grand officers' and standing committees and tho election of grand chapter officers. Tonight a reception and ball will he held at the Macdaihald hotel by the Edmonton chapter. Tomorrow morning there will be reports of special committees, amendments to the constitution and completion of new and unfinished business. In the afternoon the installation of the grand chapter officers and the closing of the grand chapter will be followed by an auto ride around tho city including a visit to the house and grounds of the lieutenant governor. The closing session will be in tho evening at the Masonic Temple. Alberta has the honor of having the firBt grand chapter in tho Dominion, organized July 20th, 1912. There is now a chapter in tho provinces of B. C, Alberta and Saskatchewan. Alberta has 25 subordinate chapters. The Order of the Eastern Star is tlve largest woman's organization in the world, and the fourth largest fraternal order on the North America* continent, with a membership of 800,000. The congregation of the Tnited Church of North Lethbrldge turned out In full force last niirht complimentary to Rev. J. li. and .Mrs. Francis, who have completed a four year pastorate here. It was evident from hist night's gathering that the church released them most regretfully, and tho largo number of young and old present at the "Farewell'' was a tribute to the fact, that under Mr. Francis, the work lias gone on vigorously and successfully. Wm. Wostcott presided and the best talent in the congregation, contributed to a very enjoyable program. During the evening the chairman took occasion to review tho history of the past four years of the church, referring particularly to Mr. FranclB' good work among the. boys and girls In connection with the Junior congregation, Junior choir, and morning class, all of which are features not only in North Lethbrldge but throughout the province. Mr. Wostcott also referred to the intimate and affectionnto relationship Mrs. Francis had fostered between herself and the congregation, particularly the boys and girls, as leader of the junior congregation, which by the way is said to bo the only one in the Dominion, lie. assured them that the church was forced to bid them a reluctant farewell. Miss Janet Mcll-vena on behalf of the junior choir, read nn address of appreciation and little Miss Evelyn Ford presented Mr. Francis with a framed photo of I tho choir. Mrs. Francis was given a 1 beautiful bouquet of flowers by Edna Olander and Mr. and Mrs. Francis were presented with a purse of gold by Mr. Westcott, on behalf of the congregation. Mr. Francis said that they would carry away pleasant memories of the happy associations with the people of Westminster and the United Church of North Lethbrldge. In the course of his reply, Mr. Francis told about a pound note ho had received from a man, whose name appears on the honor roll of the church. This money had been given him by his comrades as a reward for a 'unique display of moral courage and had been sent to Mr. Francis for the. work of the church. In Mr. Francis' opinion, the donation should be given special significance and suggested that it be used to start a fund to secure a bronze memorial for the men who have enlisted from the church and to show all the names appearing 011 the honor roll. Tho patriotic audience enthusiastically took up the suggestion, and unanimously- requested It. B. Johnson, a veteran of the present war and associate superintendent of the Sunday school to take charge of the note and act as treasurer for the fund. Refreshments were served during the evening. In Mr. Francis, Cnmrose is getting a strong preacher, progressive, up-to-date, with exceptionally good executive ability and with unusual gifts in speaking to boys and girls. He and Mrs. Francis together with Mr. and Mrs. Francis, Sr., carry away with them the gratitude and good wishes of the people of North Lethbrldge. Mr. and Mrs. Francis left for Cam-rose this afternoon. Showing How Money Can Be Saved by Placing' Yonr Order Here. Here is yonr opportunity to buy PURE STKAWBEHKY .JAM* at Wholesale Prices. King1 Beach's Pure .lam, 1 lb. pails. Special.......................7-lc SOLD ONLY V/ITH GROCERY ORDER OF $1.00 Gold Soap, Extra Special ^s)j_ 10 cakes ............. 3uC Limit 10 cakes to a customer. Eggo Baking Powder 5 lb. tin ............ Baby's Own Soap 2 boxes ............ Klcnzo, a good hand cleaner. 2 for....., Lipton's Black Tea. Per lb............ c 65c 25c Bulk Dates. Regular 20c. Per lb................ 15c Royal Anne Cherries 2 cans ............. Keen's Mustard Half lb. tin Imported Sardines 2 tins ........... Gold Seal Milk 2 tins ........... Parii Pate. Special Per tin ........� Creamettes and Macaronf , 2 pkgs..... Lux. Per pkg. . Bie Wsorfs Bay djompanu. URE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, LETHBRIDGE, ANNOUNCES A FREE PUBLIC LECTURE ON ,7 KILLED BY LIGHTNING. Quebec, June 15.- While milking cows fit a pasture yesterday, at Cape Magdeline, near Three Rivers. Wilfrid Vnillancourt, farmer, was killed by lightning. NEUTRALS SUNK. London, June 9.-Tho Norwegian foreign office reports the sinking of the Norwegian steamships Ha�urs-fjord, 1.6G8 tons gross and Sangvand. Tho crews were saved. The Danish foreign office reports that the Danish steamship Herald Kjltgaard, 475 tons gross has beon sunk in the No>th Sea. Ono mombor of the crow was killed. Summer Is Coming "What are you reading, Clarice?'' "About summer goods. This store aclvortises landing nets. What do thoy mean by a landing net?" "A hammock."-Louisville Courier-Journal. AUCTION SALE T-*�" mi----- i --- Waddington's Auction Rooms S. O. E. BUILDING-TENTH STREET S. On FRIDAY NEXT, JUNE 22nd AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AND WITHOUT BE8ERVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including: very fine dining sulto in mission oak, comprising set oMeather seated diners,' buffot and round extension table; heavy brass bed with coil spring/and mattreBs; oak dresser with oval mirror; splendid chiffonier in mission oak with shaped bevelled mirror; Very* handsome treo-plece parlor suite In mahogany; oak secretaire ; combination secretaire and book caso in solid oak; oak occasional tables; mahogany settee; tine carpet, square, 12x9; Wheeler & WllBon drop hoad sewing machine in perfect order; two heavy bods with springs and cotton felt mattresses; large refrigerator; iOak Roil Top Desk; very good talking machine in mahogany oaBe (hornlosa); Souvenir 6-hole Range; 3-burner oil stove (now perfection); grass chairs, etc.,' etc. GOODS ON VIEW THUR8DAY 7.30 to 9,30. TERMS CA8H PHONES 770-469 TAX ON NEWSPAPER PROFITS Washington, Juno 15- A new tax of B per cent, on the net profits of all newspaper and magazine publishers was'written into the war tax bill today by tho senate finance committee In lieu of the 2 per cent, advertising taxing previously agreed upon and of the second class mall rate increases proposed in tho house bill. WAR CLOTHE8 FOR WOMEN The photograph shows a young lady worker in an -industrial-.manufacturing plant attired In the. costume worn by the women who work In tho factory. Working is- easy in this costume that allows freodom of motion and the fair . I ones Beem to think thoy look quite j chic. BOW ISLAND (From Tho Review.) At Wosloy Methodist Church, Calgary, on Monday, Juno 4th, at 2 p.m., Mr. C. S. B. Lait, of the Union Bank, Grassy Lake, wa"s united in marriago to Miss Elizabeth Gibson of Bow Island. Rev. C. Bishop performed tho ceremdny. The members of Sewell Cnmp M. W. A., have arranged for a big celebration on tho north half of 10-8-10 on July 1th. A full program of sports, including a baoeball tournament for a purse of $50.00, should furnish an excellent day's enjoyment. The new elevator being erected hero by tho Home Grain Co., is making fast progress. The capacity, w.e understand, will bo 35,000. In addition to this, we hear that the Alberta Pacific Elevator Co., is contemplating enlarging theirs by 20,000 bushels. There is also a rumor that the National Elevator Co. is scheduled to build here. The celobration in Bow Island on July 2nd, will be the best it is possible to arrange. Ball games, auto parade and races of all kinds will help to koop tho huge crowd amused throughout tho day, and the know- n Science BY CLARENCE V/. CHADWICK, C.S.B., OF OMAHA, NEB. Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass. IN THE SONS OF ENGLAND HALL Thursday, June 21st AT 8.30 P.M. You and Your Friends are Cordially Invited to be Present ledge that the proceeds aro to be donated to the Red Cross will furnish the holiday-makers with a very reasonable excuse for the spending of their money at the various refreshment stalls to bo run-by the ladies. ST. KILDA NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent} St. Klldo, Alta.. Juno 11.-A heavy rain haB been pouring down on this district for the last 12 hours and the ground is being well soaked. Tho seeding is mostly all through except a little flax. The crops are looking fine and the farmers are expecting a bumper crop for 1917. The election was strongly attended in this district asd the votes ran dn favor of Mr. Leffingwell. All the ladies of tho district turned out, it being their first time of voting. A. McLachlan started out with his plowing outfit on June 8 to plow for H. Monroe. Sibley Bros, aro making great time with their plowing outfit, they have been running from daylight till dark for the past week. J. L. Nelson was a visitor of J. H, Andrews ono day last week. Elmer Anderson has started on his contract of building a fence around the school yard of 1-12. Wheat hauling is progressing at full blast when ever the roads are favorable as the farmers are all anxious to get in on some of the big prices. The Healy threshing outfit is still running with only one small job leftji The original and genuine treatment for chronic diseases of women and nervouo complaints. 8end for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o, Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st s8t. W, Calgary. DIG sister knows what little brpther likes to eat, so she gives him a great big bowlful of Dominion Toasted Corn Flails, with good milk to float the flakes, and bring out their delicious flavor. Always Packed waxtite : Mad* by KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE COMPANY Toronto and Battle Creek TOASTED FLAKES MADE IN CANADA TK... toUan n�fcaa H.NIV fcuoccTwOTOoMTumui TOHOhTO.CAMAtM |6Miii^iiii^mi^ 28?33?