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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY Y1ERALD PAGE ELEVEN The Famous Canadian Salt dsor THE CANADIANSALTCO. LIMITEft,. | LEGAL NOTICES Notice to Creditors and Claimants. In tho estate of Jcmepli Vallhskl Iaf.o cf the village or Travors, Provlnco of Alborta, doceased farmer. Notice 1b hereby given that nil persons having claims upon tho estate of tho Into Joseph Vallnskl who died on the 23rd day of January, A.I). 1017 tire required to send to the undersign ed administrator of his estate by the ,10th day of .luly, 1917, a full statement duly verified, of their claims and any securities held by them, and that nftor that date, the administrator will distribute the assets of tho deceased among tho parties entitled thoroto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed or brought to its knowledge. Dated this Hth day of June, 1917. Tho Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, Administrator or the above estate. Calgary, Alborta, or to Shepherd, Dunlop & Ilico, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for tho above estate. Approved: J. A. J, Ad. H Mr. and Mrs. James Peat left for tho coast on Monday.   * Tho Siioboam Mission Hand will meot tonight at 8 o'clock with Mrs. A. Wilson, G08 12th St. A. north.  *  Miss Lucy Bawdon and MIbb Dixon will serve tea at St. Augustin's Tennis club tomorrow afternoon,  *  Tho following officers were elected at'Alborta Grand Chapter of tho T3ast-orn Star convention dt Edmonton: Worthy grand matron, Shtor M. K. Carter, South Edmonton: worthy irrnnd patron, Brother II. C. Ritchie, Banff; associate grand matron, Sister Charity Norton, Conldalo; associate grand patron, Brother Pldgoon, lied Deer; grand secretary, Brother J. S. Blair; grand treasurer, Sister Mary Pidgeon, Hod Doer; grand conductress, Sister Kezzle C. Dalian, AlhabaBka; associate grand conductress, Sister M. C.Mc-Clonaghan, Lethbridge.    Tho regular monthly meeting of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter, I.O.D.E., held yesterday afternoon In tho ISlks rooms was well attended and the members wore very enthusiastic over tho work accomplished during the month. The membership of the chapter is growing rapidly, nineteen names were proposed yesterday, and a number of new .'members signed tho roll. The committees In charge of the tea rooms reported a vory successful month. Mrs. R. B. Sherlock in charge of tho waste paper committee, reported that a carload of paper had been shipped and ?146.95 realized from the sale. The Western Transfer kindly loaded tho car for the chapter. Another collection of waste paper will ho taken next month. Mrs. G. W. Robinson gave a very interesting account of the-meeting hold In Calgary of the War Contingent Association. SCHEDULE �A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to tho order of His Honor Judge Jackson made the 7th day of June A.D. 1917 in a certain action wherein Alfred Ersklno Hoskln, William Arthur Gordon Hoskln, Margaret Jessie Hoskln, Mary Isabel Jarvis and Agnos WInnifred Hoskln, (executors of tho estate of Alfred Hoskln, deceased), are plaintiffs and Sylva Gidman (administratrix of tho estate of Benjamin Nicholson, deceased), and Mary Cf Filbert aro defendants, tho follow in* loads .and. promises in: the province of Alborta, namely: the south east quarter of Section 32 in township 8, range 22, west of tho fourth meri dlah In the province of Alberta containing 1G0 acres more or less: Re serving unto Ills Majesty his success orn and assigns all mines and minerals and the right -to work the same, will bo o/Eered for sale by public auc tlon on the 7th day of July A.D. 1917 at 10.00 o'clock In tho foronoon at the court house in tho City of Loth-: bridge in the Provinco of Alberta. On tho property there is said to bo a barn and shack In a bad  state of repair, One and one half miles of barb wire fouclng. The'property will be offered for sale subject to a reserved bid and subject to the; Reservations contained in the grant from the crown or In the certificate ,o� 'title. Terms of sale:' 10% in cash at time of sale,-15% in sixty days, 25%� in six months from date of sale, 25% in ono year and remaining 26% in two years from, said date'of Bale with interest at the rate of 9% per annum Further directions may be had from the auctioneer or the undersigned so llcitors. SHEPHERD, DUNLOP & RICE, " ,Lethbridge, Alta.,' Solicitors tor the plaintiffs herein Malcolm Young,' Esq., Auctioneer. Ad. P. Tasty and Satisfying The convenient soda biscuit becomes a real treat when it's Som-Nor Biscuit It 1� quite out of the ordinary in crisp* ness and flavor; as well as in price-In Packages only. Plain or Salted. Another inexpensive and delicious treat-our Vanilla Wafers Packages only. North-West Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON - ALTA. Mrs George Marrs has gono to Winnipeg to visit friends. � �  Miss Gladys Hilling has gone, to Glelchon to vtelt Mr. and Mrs, A, H. Parsons.  � � ....... Tomorrow afternoon tho Red Cross ladles will bo In charge of the Chinook club tea room for the laHt time.    Tho Win-One class of the First Baptist Sunday school will meet. In the Rod Cross rooms tonight at 7.30.    Mrs. Stout of Fargo, N.D., has arrived in thn city on an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. C. I-I. Haniy, and also to Visit oilier relatives at-various pointB. � * � Mr. nnd Mrs. R. W. Morgan and Mr. Mc.Dermld accompanied by Miss Reynolds and Miss Watkins of, this year's graduating class of the Calgary Qon-oral hospital, motored from Plncher Station this week to visit friends In tho city. * > > A WAR RECIPE (From Britain's Official Win-the-War Cook-Book). BOILED PORK - Put tho joint of pork into a largo stew-pan and cover. It with warm water. Bring this to a boll, remove any scum that rises, and boil for ten minutes. Add an onion or a carrot (cut small) �S with a 'dozen peppercorns, and > simmer till the meat Is dono. > If the pork is very salty, put * CANADIAN WAR WEDDING IN LONDON Lieut. James Forgie, of a Montreal battalion was married to Miss Elizabeth Coulthard, of Toronto, who is a well known horsewoman. The brldd has been on service overseas with the Volunteer Aid Department. T Ottawa, Juno SSo^'Vyiien; tho house met this afterhotin; speaker Rhodes said-that he intended, .ytoV^sk'' Mr. Gauthior, Liberal member for St. Hya-c'inthe for a withdrawal'ot the statement made by him last night in the course of tho coriBcrlpUdii'-debate. Mr. Gauthler in referring"to J. A: Barret to'b six montnjj^olst': amendment stated that as It'.wia' a negative amendment' it would ^have been ruled out of order ha'dCitfadt been engineered by tho consen'ti-pi^tHe government. Speaker Khodes /said' that such a statement, If liot challenged, would impair his unefulneBs as speaker r.f the houso and he could not allow it to go unchaUonged.' Such statements, he added, were not in the practices of the house, and proposed to ask the member to withdraw it when he appears in the house, Mr. Gauthler not being present at the time. Sir Robert Borden, rose to state that ho know nothing of tho Barrette amendment until ho saw it In the morning newspapers,' His golleagues were equally in .the davksas to the intentions of Mr.' BarTQtte whose motion would be opposed by the government In a most unqualified manner. Mr. Barrette denied that. any: member of the government had, induced him to mov'o tho six months'hoist." Replying to a question by W. A. Buchanan, Hon. T. W. Crothors, minister of labor, said that a recommendation had been made for the appointment of a director of coal mining operations in Southern Alberta and British Columbia. The order-ln-councll bad not yet boen signed by the governor goneral, but when It Is, It will bo tabled in parliament. "JU8TICE FOR EVERYONE" Roosevelt Outlines Rearrangement of Europe After the War. "Justice for everyone" should be tho keynote of peace terms for Germany, says Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, in an article entitled, "Put the Flag on tho Firing Lino," in the June issue of tho Metropolitan Magazine, "The Prussianized Germany of the Hohenzollerns," says he,. "has shown itself more tho enemy of freedom, humanity, justice and "-international' right than - was Napoleon's France. Let ,us strive for the peace of justice and of international right. Did they but know it, the German people' themselvcB Would benefit by our victory; and especially the people of South Germany and Austria, who would be free from the tyranny of Prussia and would be guaranteed their rights. "Belgium' and ' France : must have restored air that lias been taken from them. The Turk must leave- Europe a'democratic Russia'at Constantinople would'threaten no one. Armenia should bo froo and autonomous. Austria is not a country, but a knot of nationalities, of which two tyrannize over the others. Let' the Hungarians keep Magyar: Hungary and- the Austrlans German 'Austria. Let the Italians have tho Trentlno and Trieste. Let there be a'great Serbia, a great Bohemia, a great Rumania. "Poland should once raore~bo:a nation, which; should Include; all of the Polish lands, and have an "outlet to the Baltic through old Polish. Prussia, old West Prussia. East Prussia, which is German, would bo unavoidably separated from the other .German lands, but it could be kept united with them politically, by arrangements for through railway traffic, such as wo have with Canada on our international railroads. "The Germans would keep Germany would lose nothing but the right to oppress others, would suffer uo Injustice, Ireland should have Home Rule. Seek justice for overyono; tho Dane, of North Schleswlg; the Finn, the Unlate, the Caucasian In Russia, Endeavor to secure a guarantee of real religious freedom and fair play alike for Catholic, ProteBtant, Orthodox Greek and Jew," People change from tea and coffee to POSTUM to better their health 25c Fancy Crepes and Anderson's Satin Stripe Zephyrs. 27 inches to 32 Inches wide. Special........................ Palm Beach Cloth Awnin'jf Stripe Tlain vollo- and plaid mulls, 32 to jfi . 30 Inches wide. Specially priced, yard TtuC Hatin Striped Marquisette In colors vieux rose, canary yellow and reseda green. 14 inches wide. Makes pretty party dresses and danco gowns for the lake side or sea shoro and ore inexpensive and attractive. 41 Inches wide. 1 Cfi Per yard..........................1.3" as Silk Flowered Mulls and Slripcd Voiles Also tussalis, .' Specially priced, I to 30 inches, yard ......... 50c Large Plaid Basket Weave in heavy vc.stinj?, white grounds with colored combinations. Black and tan, green, blue, vieux blue and brown, also large checks wide. Special for sport akiiU, yard 1.25 Italian Silk Hose (30 dozen only. Made from best quality silk lisle yarn. Fast, black dye. to 10. a p Regular value 65c. Specially priced TtJ)C Awning Stripe Marquisette Large polka dot Palm Bench cloth, candy striped percale, 30 to 34 inehcti wide, jf _ Specially priced, yard.............. TwC Lakewood Voile In large plaids and check."!. 40 - inches wide. Specially priced ...... 03C 21 Dob. While Silk Boot Hose On sale Friday and Saturday 39c pair. This is the last opportunity to procure such value in hose. On sale 39 C Egyptian Linen Ilandk'chiefs Hemstitched in "� different widthe. or Special S for .................... i,oC e 5a 1000 Yards Fancy Silks, pussy willow, taffeta, candy stripe, tussahs, fancy brocades and cantons. 34 to 37 inches wide. Regular up to $1.50. Week End Special SEE NORTH WINDOW CHILD'S FANCY STRIPE LISLE SOX. �jA Sizes 4 to 8. Pair ..................................... utlC RADIUM SILK HOSE for children. 1-1 ribbed. White, tan or r*A black. Sizes 4 to G1,*.. Pair ............................... {jUC CHILD'S BLACK COTTON HOSE. 1-1 rilibcd. Sizes I to 10 -lp Per pair ............................................... IDC LADIES* COLORED SILK BOOT HOSE. Pink, lavander, Palm Beach, navy, grey, sky and tan. Sizeu SV> to 10. - Nn Special, pair................................... JjWC HoMsei JAPANESE MATTING RUGS In stencilled designs, durable and pretty. Size 6 feet by i htq Size 9 feet by 9 feet. O JQ Special................................................... faofsJJ DARK GREEN WINDOW SHADES Mounted on strong spring roller. Size 30x72. Fittings CQ*� complete. Special, each ..................................... �J�/C CRETONNES In-a" variety of patterns and colors. 34 to 36 inches wide. OA. Regular 45c and.55c per yard. Special, yard ................. JeJC MADRAS MUSLIN 36 inches wide. Ecru shade. Regular 35c yard. 9C*� Special, yard.............................................. &3C REVERSIBLE STAIR CARPET 27 Inches wide in red and green colors. Regular 65c. A?kn Special, yard........................... ...... ......... ft"C lerfs Clothing it3 uirras. ! BLACi CASHMERE HOSE FOR MEN All sizes. Regular 50c. Saturday special. Pair...................................................... MEN'S WHITE SPORT SHIRTS With fine silk stripe. Regular ?1.50. Special ........ ......................................... MEN'S No. 1 HORSEHIDE GLOVES For working. All sizes. Regular $1.50. Special w.'................................................... MEN'S FINE WHITE EGYPTIAN COTTON UNDERWEAR Two piece, Special per garment Saturday.................................................. BOYS' WASH SUITS In middy and Russian stylo just arrived. ! Priced $1.25 to ........................................... ureses CHILDREN'S SUMMER DRESSES In vast range to select from in pongee, gingham, prints and cham-brays. Sizes 2 to 14 vears. all colors in plain, stripes and checks. Prices 2�.)c, 5:........... $1.25 Sizes 8 to IO14, price..............----$1.35 Sizes 11 to 2, price ................. $1.50 MEN'S SAND COLORED CANVAS * * OXFORDS ' r ' Wide fitting, leather sole and heel, toe cap and facings. | All slzci. Special, pair......................................- laU�) BOYS' SAND COLORED CANVAS SHOES With leather sole, heel and toe cap. Sizes 11 to 13. | aijj Special..................................................... la I 3 The same as above. Sizes 1 to 5. | OP Special............................................... 1 aOD LADIES' WHITE CANVAS STRAIGHT LACED BOOTS Plain too and white leather sole, also white concave heel. J iA All sizes. Special, pair.................................... fiafr�l LADIES' WHITE POPLIN STRAIGHT LACED BOOTS Plain toe with neat white leather hoe! and solo. f* C A Special, pair........................................... ... D.D" THIS DEPARTMENT IS ECONOMY FOR THE GENERAL HOUSEHOLD A GOOD CONSIDERATION One 24 It). Sack Flour. spe^1...........$1.28 Rogers' Syrup. 5 lb. palls........ Toilet Soap. 8 cakes.for....... Rice. 4�/2 lbs........... Eloctrlc Soap Chips Pkg.............. Package Ammonia 4 packages ....... Oats. Per 100 lbs. Chicken Wheat. 100 lbs. Soda Biscuits. Per pkg. 45c Som-Mor Biscuits. 25c 25c Red Ro3e Tea, 45c 25c Carton's Custard Powders 25c 22c Pure Jam, Strawberry, Raspberry 52c 30c Lee & Perrln's Sauce. 35c 2.50 English Vinegar 18c 3.75 Crab Meat, . 35c 28c Lobster Yz lb. tin ....................... 35c INCOBPORATeO 1070 ECONOMISTS FOR THE PEOPLE" hehbedt e. oubbiooc stores commissioner ;