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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE IfllS THE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE From Our own correspondent How Juno wnu considerable excitement prevailing In town on It was nomination tiny for mayor and threo Nominations for the mayoralty were The Choice of all Ranks Shaving under trench difficulties at the front will quick ly convihce him convihce tliat tha AutoStrqp is the otily practical It is the only razor that sharpens its own blades and consequently is al ways ready for instant Anticipate your boys request by including an Auto Strop in your next overseas Price At lerilif AutoStrop Safety RazoV 8387 Dike St as follows Robert For thfl threo vacancies in the council nine nominations wero made as follows Rus The elec tion will place on July Dominion Day July 1st will not ho celebrated hero as was recently The com mittee in charge of the proposed pro gramme for that date were of the un animous opinion that the reoldenls of this vicinity wero feeling too despon crop condition to enjoy a day so sports were cancel led a downpour would bo best sport any of ua could desire and may July lat exceed our expect ation B In this Puller was a weekend gunst in Beattie left for the north on Johnston was the guest of Johnston on Munro left on Monday for Cal and were guests in Medicine Hat this and Dodds motored to Medicine Unt on Beattie returned on Sat urday from Great Russell Schonert arrived home on Satimlny with a thirty days and Taylor and and who has been spend ing the past week visiting in the south country Returned home on Clancey was a visitor to Lethbridge on Bedell Has been appointed town Red Cress Tho regular weekly meeting ot the Rod Cross Society held on Wednesday was The un tiring efforts of the women ot this district in their war activities are sub stantial evidence of their determina tion to keep persistently and effic iently the needs of the society Our women are giving their time freely and and the Red Cross records for xthe past year bear eloquent testimony as to what has been A Picnic A very enjoyable picnic took place in Wlnnlfred on Wednesday afternoon The day was unusually right and a large attendance enjoyed the splendid programme of games and races that had been arranged for their Many Bow Islanders were noted among the ill at his home suffering from typhoid Cullen aridmother of arrived here Wednesday and are the guests of A Wedding accompanied by his twodaughters and Chamher lain of Burdett motored to Medicine Hat on where Chnm herlaln and Maxwell woro unlt ed In After the ceremony and Mnxwell left for Sas where fthey will remain for a couple of weeks before taking up residence nl Both the bride and groom are well known and nre the recipients of mnny wishes In their new The ladles ot United church have completed arrangements for the holding of a bazaar In the rest room on Saturday There will bo fancy and plain sowing for salo and afternoon The proceeds will ho used In connection with church The aid is desirous of large attend and Henderson mot ored to Lnthbrldge on Henderson the guest of Henderson if hut Death Buckam aged 31 niece j of passed away the 24th The remains have been sent to whore in terment will Biirkum came six months ago but the change did not benefit her The sympathy of tho community Is extended to Sampson and others left to mourn her Donaldson of Murdett was a visitor here on Dwight and Cornelius Iloaglin reached here on Thursday IHHI and are the guests of Archie Iloag Prowse of Taber was in the city on Another Wedding The marriage of Miss Smith and Wares of Pleasant View was quietly solemnized in Medicine Mat this Miss Smith his mnny friends In thisdistrict nml the groom is favorably known We extend best wishes for their happiness and The sympathy of a wide circle of friends is extended to those left to mourn the loss of Miss who died at the farm of her southeast of Winnifred on Friday Tho was well known in this district where her brother George at present and Wilmot return ed on Monday from Where they spent the William Stephenson was n vis itor to Medicine Hat on On Friday evening a very pleasant time was spent at the Methodist par The occasion was a delight ful surprise party tendered to and Bishop and Dur ing the evening several humorous and appropriate addresses were At the conclusion of festivities Hurl but presented to and Bishop a tablecloth and cream spoon and Agar with a cut glass and Bishop and Agar responded most gratefully thankingthose who so kindly John Morrison returned on Fri day from a trip to The regular monthly meeting of thn Womans Missionary Society will be held 9n Thursday afternoon July 4th at the residence of John large attendance is If You Ever Want Credit at A bank or else the fact that you have built up a substantial Savings Account will help you get The capacity to save regularly indi cates the quality of character that justi fies to let us help you to Interest paid every six Paid up Capital J Rtucrve Fnnil RMourcfS THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA KING Manager Branch Statement of Victory Loan and Del Iurnham anil and W Owen Medi cine Hat on to tlio and Tnixler and of Kizikom spent the weekend Mr and Herber Werts ind Pol 111 motored to Talioi on QiUlc a number of the townspeople the hie dance in on Wednesday Tire ladies auxiliary of All Saints churtli worn delightfully entertained at the country residence of Rus soll The members of Bow Island R and attended service in the1 United church on Sunday even ins ii a Bishop preached a ycry credible and suitable Henderson left for Calgary on He vus joined by Henderson at Bishop left on for Cqaldale where sljij will Visit durfng tha coming amin The sound of your hammer at 5 in the morning or nine at night heard by a creditor makes him easy six months Benjamin could not have said anything more fitted to the case of the Mans Outfitter had he been asked to do CLASSMANS creditors pressing to the point of unreasonable ness as they have heard auctioneers hammer early and late knocking down bar gains to crowds of eager this has made them easier for a little but Class man must still have another and in order to raise this he will stage Another Big Auction Sale Saturday on the 112 Fifth Street commencing at 2 oclock and continuing Ull 10 Hundreds of men got away with big bargains in furnishings last i WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL i chairman for Southern Alberta of the Victory Loan Campaign linn aakotl Tho Meraltl to publish the following Btateinnnt 25th aro now finally closing the records con nncted with the1917 Victory Loan It has n tedious job Betting every thing wound The auditors appointed by Dominion Kxecntivf have completed their work of checking the receipts and disburse niRiita and their certfficatee that everything is in order has gone for During the pact week 1 have receiv nd the following very pleasing tele Kiom from Sir Thomas Minis ter of and letter from of chairman of the Dominion Executive William I have rocoiVHcl from Ames cheque representing remuneration al located to Southern Alberta commit tee and not accepted by certain offi cers and members of the Please accept for yourself and convey to them individually my sincere thanks and stppruoiation of their ac tion in this and of their splendid services in connection with the last Victory Please inform other members of executive of my ap preciation of their action In devoting their remuneration to Red Cross and other patriotic Provincial Canadas Victory Dear Toole Your most interesting letter of the 7th with enclosed cheque in favor of the Minister of Finance for has been I have had very great pleasure in sending on the cheque to the Finance with copy of the You and your committee have cer tainly made a wonderfully fine rec ord for Southern Alberta in connec tion with the both as to results and the spirit in which they were se Yours very This information will be of special interest to the citizens of Southern Alberta who responded so splendidly to the Governments appeal for sub scriptions In the amount of Commissions paid canvassers paiid to secretaries and office staffs and for all clerical I assistanceincluding all other expen ses incurred the Alberta Campaign Committee such SB print1 I This item does not in clude the salaries paid Tho jurn or to for their untir ing froin commencement of the orjaliizatlon to the present allocated by the Domin on Kxecutive for remuneration of hoSouthern Alberta and as Sutherland were members ofthe executive it was de cided to pay for their service Allan receiving and Sutherland The pro rata division of the balance was The following members of the exe cutive who accepted their share and ntimated jtheir intention of turning the money over to the Red Cross or other patriotic or charitable causes are Mc Mc Conna Those who would not accept any remuneration and re quested that their share be returned o the Minister ot Finance are William Mar Bugeno Hugh so 536 It will be noticed from these figures hat the total cost to the Government ncurred by the Southern Alberta Committee was three fifths ot one per of amount I think I am quite safe in estimating from information received from time to time that two or nearly seventy per of the am ount paid for comissions was turned over to the Red Cross or other equal s desirable which is more evi dence of the patriotic spirit underly ng the whole of our As this is the last statement 1 am likely to make the 1917 Vic lory Loan Campaign t would like to thank the press for the splendid volv untary service which cheer fully rendered and which was the Backbone of the whokCf When it comes to expressing my thanks and appreciation for the mag nificent spirit of cooperation in which the whole community hoth workers and words fail All the Honorary the various districts and committees throughout the country as well as those in gave their ser vices entirely free of and many of these gentlemen gave a whole month or more to the Several of the secretaries of districts acted remuneration and used their piotor cars in bearing all the expenses out of their own pock to do their bit they aaid head of the Publicity Branch of the Nat ural Resources Department was in charge of our publicity work and cer tainly rendered most valuable ser vice without any expense to our or presi dent of the LetnVldge Board of Trade j and one of the men who has played such a prominent part in recent years in the development of Southern Al accepted the position of Vice Chairman and resided continuously in Calgary from the commencement un til the campaign was He would not accept any remuneration his valuable experience and I could refer to any of the other members of our better known to the public as district depu without iMnfioning all as with out exception thiiy stuck to lh siren woiU nf their largo dlsiiiru with flip will known eratify v is nnw in Ottawa ul ilie of tho Minister ul Fiuaueo to attend discussions regarding a new but no details are yet A new loan unfortunately be nee UPHsary and 1 would to ask the same patriotic cooperation for the new 1918 organization as we received last H Is only by such splendid united efforts that real success can be WILLIAAI Southern Alberta 1917 Victory DISCUSS ELIMINATION OF GERMAN LANGUAGE June meeting was held between representa tives of the modern language depart ment of the University of Toronto and provincial minister of relative to the removing of the teaching of German from the cur No definite decision was The senate of the university will meet tomorrow to discuss the ex change made necessary by the gov ernments FRENCH NOBLEMAN June Gilbert who was nerving a ser geant In thqf French was killed during the fighting In Cham June says the Paris edition of the Now York He is tha third descendant of Lafayette who has met death In the FORCED TO New June a wholesaler charged with making excessive profits on the sale of large quantities of was ordered by the Federal food board here last night to contribute to the Red or forfeit his The fine if paid will be the largest contribution thus far to the Red Cross by a viola tor of the food The congregation of Rylston Presbyterian Burnhrae and churches in Seymour township have extended a call to late of Queen to succeed Over protest from the retrial of John OLeary for evading was adjourned until next Monday In the Federal Court at request of OLearys B who pleaded r l l i Selections Youll Enjoy from the Pathe July List Popular Hill Rockabye your Baby with a Dixie 203601 Melody Arthur Fields IWhatll We do with I Arthur Fields 203611 Her Neck She a Yellow AA 1 Ribbon Collins and Harlan The Yanks Started Yankin Lojiis Winch 20362 fJuft Liule Cottage Sterling Trio OA 1 The Little Good for Nothings Good for after all Campbell and Burr Bring back My Daddy to me 20363 Harry McClaskey When the War is over Ill return to You Peerless Quartet 20365 Tishomingo Blues Arthur Mack Somebodys done Me wrong Arthur Coitus Three Wonderful Letters from Home 20366 Harry Mcdaskeyf When You sang Hushabye Baby to me Sterling Trio Band KtcarJi Intro The Maple Leaf Vive La Canadienne QA American Regimental iGoJ Save the King RuleBritannia American Regimental Band Niio Catty Lmughaloguet at the Circus Russell Hunting Casey Serenades His Girl Ruucll HWiif j Neia Operatic Vocal IMefistofeles Last Night In The Deep Sea in Italian Claudia Muzio La Wally Then I Will Go And Far in Italian Claudia Muzio NtW Initrumintal 20371 JWashington Post March f Old Italian Walse et Martine Fantaisie with 20375 Pathe Freres Orchestral The Bells of Saint Quentin Fantaisiejs with Bells Freres OrckMtra Memphis Blues 2037ft and Arden My Lonesome Girl Fox SaioakoM I Pismo Wadsworth and Ardm Are All Double A different selection on each and guaran teed to play at least 1000 times without far full Catalan OIK dtakrs litttd wrilt dirtct THE PATHE FIEIES PHOMOCIAPH or CliHorJ Montreal Office 1004 ffirks Western Wholesale Whitla diic machine can Iw at a nominal Good territory to 4tmbn II LOCAL DEALERS HUDSONS BAY LETHttRIPGE ;