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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TIU'USDAY, .U'Ni': 27. lUI.S THE LET'^f'.niDGE DAILY MITRALD PAGE SRVRN' LATEST NEWS OF LETHBRIDGE AND THE SURROUNDING DISTRICT OR iilS AUSIRIAN; > : : : : .> : > Canada goes on war ration.s on .inly l.'ilh so tar as I lie further UF-.e of while flour is conceiiied. On and uf-tur that date It will be ImpoRslble to liny a loaf of any while bread made purely from white wheal flour, tor the bakers will hi' inidiibiied Vroni baking it. "Victory Hiead" will lake its place. The new order iiromulgated ycistei-(lay by the Canada Food Hoard pulH a ban on white bread by the simple process of reipiirlng that all bakeiH, contectlonci-s and honsekeeperH mnsi liny at least one pound of substitutes for every foiii- ponmis of standard war flour such as being used now. and Uie order also reguires lhal, in the. making of bread, the two ingredients nni:st be used In at least this iiroportlou. "That means no more white bread." said Mr. rtcdiwebzer of the Model bakery. "It cannot he construed in any other way." The greatest trouble v ill be ilial growers are having trouble In securing siilwlitilte's. It hi i)Uite easy lo get oatmeal, liut corn meal, which is tho staple snbslitnle In the I'liited .States, is very hard to secure. Itye, barley and oat flour are not very extensively inanufaclnred as yet. while potato flour iti practically unknown to the ordinary housekeeper. Tiie plan of reiiuiring the purchase of snbsti-tutes lias iieim-in elfect in the Slates for several months, and Is working out \ery satisfactorily. In fact it is claimed that the people of the I'nited States for the past nix months have been shipping the allies every month 11.000,01)11 bushels of wheat saved off their tables by the use of snhstilutes. Applies to All. Heretofore, food orders have borne very lightly on the liouse(or llai'dic. To ihc I ; Herald ibis moining tlo- imr.iii' ex-, plaiiicil iliat it was llie |)rei-eni int�'ii-i t ion lo appoint .Mr. Mcm-Ii ciiy ciigiii leer and also ril>' a^ls'^;sl)r. so lhal in-i will he hidiiing Iw.i oltu-i- |ii):-ill(iii.-. hesidcs ilie ])()siiion to whiih be 1.^ I elccicd, Tlii.'i is pi'i-jiii.-i.-;ilile iindci' 'the ciiy cluirtei-, ii. i.j explained. Cum This .\k ( iiii.ssioiiei- Ci-ai.'c was apjiointed cilv engineer aft(;r bis election, and now .Mr. .Met.ell iii^sumes i'.;\oCn''r po.-itioii Mr, .Meech's firs! official an vil! -- i be lo repjescni the city at ;l confer- On Saturday next Cminni'sioner A. I mice of ihi' mayms of tlu' pniviiiei-(Jraco layo down I'l" n-iiis of of-1 at (!algary on Tuesday iiexl when tile flee which he has bell -ince .Ian. 1. (|ueBtion of iuriilng subdivision pro l!U-t, and II. Win. Meech hecouics com- periy back into farm laud will be dis-missioner of public wori.-. In realily ! cm.'sed. .ludge. Carpenter has been in-.Mr. .Meech does not lal.' ufiic-c iiiilil j vestigatiiig this malU'r for some time, .liily liiid. bill alreudy iie is getiingland It i;-. expected he will lie read.i' A RESPITE Montreal. June 27.- Aureic Veiiillettc. 18 year old murdersr of a farmer nnd his infant .ion in the County of Pontine, Quebec, and condemned to hang Friday at Bryoon, Que., has been granted a respite until October 25. EMPLOY GIRLS AT NIGHT Qu<'bec, June 2".-In order to allow' greater production for war iiiirposea, the provincial government has doeidod to allow the cmiiloymi'iit of girls over is years of age for night wm-k, thus suspending the law which forbids the eniploymenl of females for night work. Probably Well Will Handle Commissioner's .lob as Into harncs.-(. .Mr. Meech, In takin.i'. 'iver his new lo submit a reporl to be r(msldere(l liv the mayors. As lon^ as you delay trying BLUE RIBBON TEA so lox^ do you postpone a pleas^ ure easily acquired 12 The '*Nexl-of-Kin" Association ARE HOLDING A TAG DAY ON DOMINION DAY MONDAY NEXT, JULY 1st Half Proceeds for Sailors' Relief Half Proceeds for the Funds of the Local "Next o,1 Kin" The ".\'<'.\l of Kin" ladies are iduniing on ihe generous support nf the public in liehulf of these two mosi k-ortby objects. f Th(?^prelimlnarics tiei'essury for the organUation of rura hospitals under the iirovincial rural boKpital act have The giiirlng flag of lingland shall yet! been completed in the case of three Though only a sprinkle of rain fell in the city Wednesday afternoon, Hhowers which fell at various points throughout the south did a great deal of good to the growing crops and Indicated that the long dry spell had been broken. Thi5 boavlost rain fell at tho Cam-oroii raut'l) where C. S. .N'oble has several thousand alcres in crop, the m'easnroment there bBlng one inch nf precipilatlon. At Nobloford halt an incli of rain fell. Heavy rains tor a couple of hours fell during the evening at New Dayton and riuymond. Vulcan also received an hour's steady rain. Along the Foremost line there "woro KoOC showers at Manybnrrics and .N'emlBcam. During the afternoon Tabor got a smart .shower, as also did Cnalrialc. South of Itothiw there were .ihowoi's reported. Ijomond had a good rain on Tuesday night. Coming on top of the rain Sunday, the situation in many imrta of the south iK considered much bettor today, but of tho great need Js for n general two or throe-day rain. Tn n public notice .Mayor .lohn A. Durbyshiro of Broekvllio, earnestly requestB all poi-aouB within the corporation of Broclfvlllo to abstain from all work on each and every Sunday during t)m present year. triumphantly float. Over thy aslie.'i, or over thee cowering with lashes. When ju.stice and vengeance and people sboutlngly shall gloat, .Viul loweringiy shall triumph, on wide terrible gashes. When the force of man, before heaven and hell shall prove. That on earth right is might, by con- il'ring to death all the wrong. When ail Ihe guns and gases, that from black bell's core shall move To aid thee, shall be beaten by worse of civilized men. When all the iilllBd armies o( free humanity shall march. Through red street-i, or smoking ruins, Helgluin leading the van, Your leaders bowing the knee, or Hying before the torch. Then shall tho powers of peace, proved be. greater than thofifi of war. The last fight between right and wrung struggling for inSBtery, On the plains of France and everywhere .sword to sword now are. Hut murderous erring sUuU fall, ai.d truth have victory, Though time he long*and fierce, for most ot tbe world with lis are. J. H. YOUNG, Foremost. units at Mannville,. Wainwright. Vermilion and Soft COLIARS Fcssess unusual and exclusive merits. CLDETT.PEABODY fcCC.Inr. MAKRHS Being Prepared Is tho main thing before you take your car out for a' long trip. The work wo do in VULCANIZING Is conHklored the bent and will lust an long as the t|re. GIVE US A TRIAL. Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F. B, McKihnon, Proprietor 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbrldoe. Alta. Phone 4H "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" WKen We SeU a Casket we do so without taking advantage ot the sorrowful occasion, when the purohaser.s are in no mood for delaying over the price. OUR SERVICE , Is charged for at a reasons bio rato, and we make no more than the profit -(hnt would bo ihudo in any other department ot the bu.sinoss world. MacKAY & MacKAY 3081 suoMd 803 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge, Alta. AUCTION SALE of FURNITURE AT WADDiNGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS AT 2.30 There will be sold. Piano cased organ by Karn. in order; handsome morris qhair leather cushion, seat and back; very tiiui brass bed complete wilh coil springs and felt mattress: massive den chair in mission oak, leathei' upholstery in oak: small rocker, leather seated; mis.sion oak chiffonier and dres.slng table to match; Congoleuni squares; occasional tables; lounge idiairs; dressers and stands; EDISON DIAMOND POINT PHONOGRAPH with IKj records; Disc gramophone, about 15 record.s; kitchen cupboard; cots and mattress: brass mounted bed complete; dress form; kitchen <'.bairH; exiension couch; splendid washing machine; Eldridge sewing machine Ip good order and n'lmerous smaller items. GOODS ON VIEW THURSDAY 7.00 TO 9.00. Ladies, Important! PRECISELY AT 3.30 there will he sold eight of those beau-liful "QUEEN QUALITY" DRESSES being tho balance ot the lloyal Store Stock. These include those two magnificent Rlack Silk (Jbwns, pn'oed at S-la.OO, sizes ,'!li and SS, Ihe remaining six are dainty little creations in crepe de chine. Si-/.es from :!(! to -40. Priced at S^r..OO. LADIES! These drosses will posllivelv be sold without reserve. A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME. 3.30 Tomorrow-Friday TERMS CASH PHONES 770-459 "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE"" COALDALE Will Celebrate As Usual on DOMINION DAY _ ,� � A.- Ball Game, Races and Field Sports in Afternoon. Supper served ]fy Coaldale Ladies' Aid. Dancing all evening, good music. Everybody come. A good opportunity to meet our new settlers and get acquainted Southern Alberta on fSdAY next Amalgamated Fair :: and Stampede :: .LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA JULY 22nd to 27th, 1918 $30,000 in Prizes and Attractions. Special Classes for Girls and Boys. Entries Close July 8th. Write for Prize List. All Stampede events to be for tbe Canadian Championship and the best riders and ropers on the American continent will compete, FREE PLATFORM ATTRACTIONS, AND RACING PROGRAM. AN EXCELLENT Have a Complete Stock OF Ice Cream Freezers, $3.50 to $12.00 Screen Doors......$1.75 to $4.00 Refrigerators____$15.00 to $36.80 Screen Windows........50c to 75c And SCREEN WIRE CLOTH. All sizes. BIG EXHIBITS OF LIVE STOCK, FARM MACHINERY, CHILD WELFARE AND HEALTH EXHIBITS. EXCURSION RATES. FREE CAMPING SITE. Bring your own ttjnt and blankets. THE BIG HOLIDAY FOR SOUTl^ j� ALBERTA W. McC. MOORE, MANAGER, LEThc.V/OSE. Have You Tried the- Vacuum Ice Cream Freezer MADE IN TWO SIZES. One Quart........<......$4.50 Two Quart...............$5.50 HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. 'General Hardware, Plumbing and Heating Phone'82 618 Third Ave. S. Vulcanizing! Vulcanizing!! Vulcanizing!!! Our commodious and up-to-date Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station at the rear of Dallas Hotel is now open and ready for business. These premises are catering to a first class trade and are equipped with the necessary modern plant and machinery to facilitate service and reduce prices to the lowest minimum. Try us for service, speed, satisfaction and prices. Spots, Sectional, Retreading and Innerlining work a specialty. Ship your tires to be vulcanized by J. A. Egger. Central Vulcanizing and Tire Service Station LETHBRIDGE 647? 47 787?3?23 16380672 ;