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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FIVIDAY. JUNE 28. 1018 THE ,LETHI3niDOK DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE NEWSIDGET F SI (From Oiii- Own Cnrrosnondinl) now IbIiiikI. ,liin(! 28.-Tlioni was coiiBldurublR oxcltfiinonl provnIlliiK In town oil Tuesday. IL. wan nomination day foi' mayor and tlireo c.onnclllors. Nominations for tlin mayoralty wcro f. The Choice of all Ranks Shaving under trench difficulties at the front will c^uick-  ly convihco ' him" that tho AutoStrop is the c�ily practicil' razor. It is the only razor that sharpens its own blades and consecjuently is always rea'dy for instant service. Anticipate your boy's request by including an Auto-Strop in your next overseas package. Price $5.00 At toaJiW AutoStrop ' Safety Razor Co., timited 83-87 Da!ie St. Toronto, Oaf. as follows:^ J. W. nnld. R. U. Robcrl-on. (>xmnyor. For tlio throo vaiiaiiclBs n till! council nine nominallonH wern mado as follows: V. W. Brown, J. \V. Hard. C. II. HbII. J. II. PaUorson, R. S. Hcaltio. A. Swonnlimson, A. C. RuH-HoII. A. Rolpli, .1. Pollltt. Tho (iloc-tion will take place on Tuesday, July 2nd. Dominion Day July iBt will not ho colebrntnil horn as was ret:nntly annoum^nd. Tlio in cliarKo of tlin proposi-d pro-Brnmnm for that date woro of th(! ni\ amnions opinion that tho rfiuidinits of (his vicinity worn feoling too dospon-denl. ovor. crop conditions to onjoy a day of display, so s|)orls wnro cancelled . WllnesHlnK a dowiiponr would bo Ih^ bpHl sport any of w could ilosiro and may July Ist exceed our oxpect-fttlons in tills regard. Mrs. A. W. Fuller was a weok-cnd Kunnt In CalRary. Mr. 11. i:. Heattie left for the north on Monday. JliH. C. Johnston was tht! guest of Mt-H. 0. \V. Johnston on Tuesday. Dr. .Munro Inft on IMonday for Calgary. Mr. and .Mrs. V. JIcMcrnoy wcro Biiests In Medicine Hot this wtvk Mr. and Mrs. Dodds tnotoroil lo .Medirino Hat on Monday. Mr. R. .S. lleattio returned on Saturday from Great Kails. I'le. Russell Schonert arrived home on Saturday with a thirty days pass. Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor and Mr. and Airs. Antrim, who has been spending tho past week visiting in tho south country returned home on Wednesday. Mr. M. Clancoy was a visitor to I.othbridgo on Friday. Mr. G. Bedell has been appointed town policeman. Red Cross The regular weekly meeting of the Red Cross Society hold on Wednesday was unusually, well attended. The untiring efforts of the w^men of this district in their war activities are substantial evidence of their determination to keep persistently and efficiently the needs of tho society tilled. Our women are giving their time freely and cheerfully, and the Red Cross records tor .the past year bear eloquent testimony as lo what has been accomplished. A Picnic A very enjoyable picniC; took place in Winnlfred on W^edneaday afternoon. Tho day was unusually right and a large attendance enjoyed the splendid programme of games and races that had been arranged for their pleasure. Many Bow Islanders were noted among tho crowd. .Mr. Goo.- Lomas Is ill at his home suffering from typhoid fever. Jlrs. Cullen and'mother of Sudbury, Ontario, arrived here Wednesday and are the guests of Mrs. L. M. Cullen A Wedding Mr. W. J. Maxwell accompanied by Ills two daughters and Mi's. Chamberlain of Burdett motored to Medicine Hat on Monday, whore Mrs. Chamberlain and Mr. \nixwoll were uiilt-| ed In marriage. After the ceremony Mr. and Mr. .Maxwell left for Saskatchewan, where iliey will remain for a couple of weeks before taking' up residence al Burdett. Both the I bride and groom are well known and i are tho recipients of many wishes in| their new venture. The ladies of the United church have completed arrangements for tho holding of a bazaar in Ihe rest room on Saturday afternoon. Tliero will bo fancy and plain sewing for sabj and aflernooD tea. The proceeds will bo used in connection with church work. The aid is desirous of lu largo attendance. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Ilenderson motored to Ijcthbrldge on Sunday. Mis. Henderson Js the guest of Mrs. J. Henderson ef I hut city. Death Mrs. Buckam Mrs. Buckum, aged SI years, niece i Of Mrs. B. Sampson, passed away ojn tho 2'tth June. The remains have been sent to Portland. Ore., whore interment will be held. Mrs. Buckum came west jui-:' six months ago bnl (he change did not bHiiefit her liiialth. The synipatliy of llie cnmniiinity Is extended to Mrs. Sampson and others left to mourn her departure, Mr. \Vm. Donaldson of Burdelt was a visitor here on Wednesday. Mrs. Dwigbt and Cornelius lloagliii reached here on Thursday hisi and are the guests of Mrs. Arcliic Iloag-lin. Mr. J. II. Prowse of Taber was in the city on Friday. Another Wedding The marriage of Miss Sniilh and Mr. H. Wares of Pleasant View was quietly .solemnized in Medicine Hal this week. Miss Smith has many friends in this dislri('t and the groom is f.i.vorably known also, ^\'e extend our best wishes for their happiness and prosperity. i The sympathy of a wide circle of friends is extended to those left to mourn the loss of .Miss Begg, who died at the farm of her brother, Walter, southeast of Winnifred on Friday last. The deceased, was well known in this district where her brotlier George at present resides. Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Wilmol returned on Monday from Calgary, w'herc they spent the week-end. ' Mr. William Stephenson was a visitor lo Medicine Mat on Tuesday. On Friday evening a very jileasant time was spent at the Methodist parsonage. The occasion was a delightful surprise party tendered to Rev. and Mrs. Bishop and .Mrs. Agar. During the evening several liumorous and appropriate addresses were made. At the conclusion of festivities Mrs. Hurl-but presented to .Mr. and Jlrs. Bishoj) a tablecloth and cream spoon and Mrs. Agar with a cut glass dish. .Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Agar responded most gratefully thanking those who so kindly contributed. Mr. John Morrison returned on Friday from a trip to I.otlibridgo. The regular monthly meeting oC the Womtin's Missionary Society will bo held 9n Thursday afternoon (July Ith) at the residence of IMrs. John Pnllitt. A large attendance is desired. If You Ever Want Credit at a bank or else' - -where, the fact that you have built up a substantial Savings Account will help you get it. The capacity to sat'e regularly indicates the quality of character that justi-fiei credit.  Decide, now, to let us help you to save. Interest paid every six months. i'.lid upCnpila'. j fi,.'K)0,OOO KtucrvF iMiiiil IJ.OOti.oo'i Rfsourcfs - no.ooo.ooo Statement of Victory Loan Mr. and Jlrs. JJel lUu'iiham and Jlr. and Mrs. .A. W Owen ::i(,Inr(5d t.) Medi-. Bishop lefljo.i Wednesday for Coaldale where sljTo will 'vi^it during tha coming week. Beiy^mih Franklin ^^^^S^ The sound of your hammer at 5 in the morning or nine at night heard by a creditor makes him easy six months longer." Benjamin could not have said anything more fitted to the case of Classman, ihe Man's Outfitter had he been asked to do so. CLASSMAN'S creditors pressing to the point of unreasonableness as they are, have heard the/auctioneer's hammer early and late knocking down bargains to crowds of eager buyers, this has made them easier for a little longer, but Glass-man must still have another $3,000.00 $3,000 arid in order to rais6 this he will stage uction Sale Tomorrow, Saturday on the premises, 112 Fifth Street S., commencing at 2 o'clock and continuing till 10 p.m. Hundreds 6f men got away with big bargains in furnishings last Saturday. / WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT? FRANK WADpi^lGTON WILL SELL V I 1 ! I I I Will. Toole, chairman for Southern Alljerta ot the Victory Loan Cninpuign has asked The Herald to publish the following statement: Calgary, 25tli .tune, lillS. -We are now finally closing the records vmv nectod with the' IfllT Victory Uonn campaign. It has been a tedious job got ting every thing wound up. The auditors appointed by thq Dominion ICxHCulive have completed their work of checking the receipts and disbursements and their certificatee that everything is in order lia.i gone for �ward. , During Uie papt week 1 have received the following very jiieasing lele-grom from Sir Thomas White, Minister of finance, and letter from Mr. A. iO. Ames, of Toronlo. chnirraan of Ihe Dominion Kxocutive: OTTAWA. "William Toole. Calgary. "1 have rereivi'.d from Mr. Ames chc(|He reprcHenllng reniuneralion allocated to Southern .Mboria committee and not arcepted by certain officers and members of (be exijcutive. Please accepl for yourself and I'onvey lo them individually my sincere Ihaiiks and appreciation of their action in this regard, and of Iheir splendid services in connection with Ihe last Victory Loan. Please inform other members of executive of my appreciation of their action In devoting their remuneration to Red Cross and other palriotic funds. "\V. T. WHITE." TORONTO. 'W. 'i'oole, Es(|., Ciiairman. Prflifincial Executive, Canada's Victory Loan, 1917, f'algary. Alia. "Dear Mr. Toole: - Remuneration. "Your most interesting letter of the 7th inst., with enclosed cheque in favor oC the Minister of Finance for $,�3,537, has been received. "I have had very great pleasure In sending on the cheque to tlie Finance Minister, with copy of the sttatment. "Vou and your committee have certainly made a wonderfully fine record for Southern Alberta in conuec-tioii with Ihe loan, both as to results and the spirit in which they were secured. "Yours very truly. "A. E. AMES, "Chairman." Tills intormalion will be of special interest to the citizens of Southern Alberta who responded so splendidly to tho Government's appeal for subscriptions In tho amount of $12,05G,-7.")0. Commissions paid canvassers $17,079.50. Salaries paid to secretaries : and office staffs sind for all clerical ! assistance including all other expen-; SOS incurred by- the Southera Alberta i Campaign Committee such as print-1 ing, stationery, postage, travelling,] etc., 517,814.(18. This Item does not in-; cinde the salaries paid Mep�r.s. Tho-burn Allan, secretary, or to Mr...I. B. Suthorlanil, treasurer, for their untiring service?, froin the comrae;icemont or the orgahizatlon URto the present time. _ $.U,QOO--y^s allocated by the Dominion Kxeciitive for remuaerntion of the- Southern Alberta ISxecutlve, and as Messrs., Allan and Sutherland were members of the executive it was decided to pay for their service first. Mr. Allan receiving $1,817.50 and Mr. Sutherland $1,603.50. The pro rata division of tho balance was $505.25. The following members of the executive who accepted their share and intimated Jheir intention of turning the money over to the Red Cross or other patriotic or charitable causes are Jfessrs. H. A. Howard, C. P. McQueen, E. Taylor. W. Cousins, .\. Mc-Teer, R. B.' WolUver, W. M. Conna-cher. Wm. Ardent. Those who would not iiocept any remuneration and requested that their share be returned to Ihe Minister of Finance are A.lessra. William Toole, Chairman, G. R. Mar-nocli. Vice-chairman, C. D. Tapprell, E. D. Adams, Hugeno Coste, T. A. Horfilbrook, Hugh T^tolvin, so that $",-SilG 'Was returned. It will be noticed from these figures that the total cost to tlie Government incurred by the Southern Alberta Coinmitteo was $72,357.18, jir three fillths of one per cent, of life amount 'collqctod. I think I am quite sate in estimating from information received from time to time that two thirds, or nearly seventy per cent, of the am-'ount paid for comissions was turned over to tho Red Cross or other equally desirable funds, which is more evidence of the patriotic spirit underlying the whole of our organization. As this is the last statement I am likely to make regarding.the 1917 Victory Loan Campaign t would Ilka to thank the press for the splendid vol-, unlnry servico which tliey^so , cheerfully rendered and wlilcli' was the backbone of the whole^* undertaking. �^N'hon it comes to expressing my thanks and appreciation for the inag-nificent siiirit of co-operation in which the whole community respoudod, both ^Yorkers and aubscribors, words fail ine. All the Honorary. Cljaicmeicof.the various districts aiul!- committees throughout the country as,.well- us those in tho,cities, gave their services entirely free of charge, i>nd many of those gentleinon gave ' a ' whole month or more to the work. Several of the secretaries of districts ^Isp' acted 'without remuneration and used their motor cars in organizing, bearing all the expenses out of their own pocket-trying to do their "bit" they said Mr. R. J. C. Stead, bead of the Publicity Branch of the CP.ft. Natural Resources Department was In charge' of our publicity .work and certainly rendered moat valuable service without any expense to our organization, Mr, p. R. Marnoch, president of the Letlfl)ridee Board of Trade and one .of tho> men who has played such a prominent part in recent years in tho development of Southern Alberta, acboptod tho position of Vice-Chairmt^ii and resided continuously in Calgary (rom tho commoncement until tho campaign was over. Ho would not accept any romunoratloii for, his valuable oxperlonco and services, I could not. refer to any of the other members of our executive, better known to the public as district depu-tipH, wlthotit inefi((onlng nil as wlth-bijt exception 'fhity sti'tek to Ihe Klrcn-uoiiM work of orgiiiiizinc; (heir largo dislrlcia with the well Itnowii eratli'y- Mr. siavnnpli is now In Ottawa at the roiniust of the MlulBter of Fiuauco to attend discussions r(!gardlng a new loan, but no details are yet known. A new loan n'lll unfortunately he iiec-nessary and I would yke to ask the same patriotic co-operation for the now 1318 organization as we received Inst year. It Is only by such splendid uiiiled cfforls that real success can be achieved. WILLIA.M TOOLE. Chairman, Southern Alberta Executive, l!tl7 Victory Loan, FRENCH N0BLEi\1AN KILLED. DISCUSS ELIMINATION OF (JERiMAN LANGUAGE Toronto, .luno 28.-A meeting was held yesierday between roproaenla-lives of the modern language department of Ihe University of Toronto and Hon. Dr. t:ody. provinc'ial minister of education, relative to tho rumoviug of the teacliliig of German from the cur-riculnni. N'o definite decision was reached. The senate of the university will meet tomorrow to discuss Ihe exchange made necessary by ihe government's announcement. Paris, June 28.-Count Gilbert Do Lafayette, who was serving as a sergeant in Ihej^ Ifrencli artillery, wa.") killed during tho fighting in Champagne, ,liino 12, says tho Paris edition of the Now York Herald. He Is the third descendant of Lafayette who has met death In the war. FORCED TO CONTRIBUTE. .\ew York, ,Iune 28.-.lacob Kulla, a wholesaler charged with making exces:-dvo profits on tho sale of large iiuantilles of flour, was ordered by the Federal food board here last night to contribule $25,000 to the Red Crosa or forfeit liis licenae. Tho "fine"' if paid will lie the largest contribution thu.=i far to the Red Cross by a violator of the food rogulationa. The congregation of Burnbrae and Rylston Presbyterian churches in Hoyniour township have extended a call to Rev. Mr. Black, late of Qtieen'f college, to succeed Rev. C. S. Salisbury, Over protest from the prosecution, retrial of John O'Leary tor evadini Justice, was adjourned until neit Monday in the Federal Court at the request of O'l-'Oary's counsel, T. B Folder, who pleaded illness. Selections You1l Enjoy from the Pathe July List Popular Hilt 20360 90c. Rock-a-bye your Baby with a Dixie Melody Arthur Field* What'll We do with Him, Boy*? Arthur Field* 20361 f'^^u'^'^ Neck She Wear* a Yellow , - Ribbon Collins and Harlan yWC- [The Yank* Started Yankin' L .New Band Kmcordi j . (O, Canada, Medley, Intro: "The Maple 9n^7o\ Leaf Forever," "Vive La Canadienne" lliv For full Calaltgut ask one p/lht dtaUrs listtd btlaw, or �write dirtct ta-~ The Pathe Freies Phonouaph Co. op Canada, umui 4.1.1 ClUtorJ Strati - TOKONTO, Onl. AfoHtreai Office* 1004 AW' Birks BIdg. Western Wholosalo Distributors-R. J, mitla & Co,, Ltd .Winnipeg, Man, Remembar-any diic mBchine can ba aquippad to play Patha racorda at a nominal coati live dtahri ' 11 ' Urriitry opt LOCAL DEALERS HUDSON'S BAY GO. LETHBRIDGE 1 ;