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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE EIGHT TUB UTHnrnnGK WEEKLY HERAU> FMDAY. JUNK 20. 1917 ENO'S SALT DISTRICT NEWS Red Gross Day Plans Are v Compete; Big Day Promised A ueellnc to complete fcrrtnge- toenls (or the big Ktd Cro" carnival al Iho exhibition, grounds on Mondf.y, Ihe holiday. Has btlii lot evtnlnf In luo oBccs of J. X. Ritchie, when all Ihe committees were represented, arid reports made. The IndlcaUona Ihat the day will fell iaccMJ, as mtny attracllous are telbi plumed. The cxenls will comufuce at 11.34 before Itio grud at lha grounds. The minor tports will be run off flnt commencing vlth rhildren's races. The bigger event will come later, wllh (he TKAVERS (from Our Onu Tracers. June Everybody corjpaaieJ iho Uam .to Taber on Thursday. the Ksme vrss called at 6.15. No scores made tar Ihe firsl fpur inulngs. then Taller started out vrllh one. but by the end ol the eighth Timers bad live to TabeVs four, and held Ibem (here, H was exclUng Eame Hie {irousb fully as many Traters people In Ihe" crowd as Taber. The crowd left here in cars arouud 1! and J o'cloct, so tad plenty ol time 10 in the town and pec a vlclure ehow. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace mojored lo their [ami In Saskatchewan last Thursday weefc. ilr, Wallace return- ing Sunriay End Mrs. Wallace Blopplns oil al Meilicine Hat tor a lew days visit. Travers diamond on Saturday, but the feline ended up in-a row, vrilli eren at .the cpd.of the one score keeper wood jld Hill then played YelwoM Trivers Elsred and- rcoted for RcW iHllI who came outila the lesd. Oeoree Elliott from Indian iiead, Sasfcv Is here-'vlslllns for: sev- i cral weeks. Jbstore room his been.hnill.Ior the lrri-ation-C6- who intenj '.o reneir at the unfinished dilch. V Wm. "hear Hellaw, up on buelaess and stayed orer nient with O. H. nallghman. Mrs. Guy paulFor month's visil with her aunt lo Si fcatchewan. r'and 4 to 5 in faVo'r 61 pYet- ____bv Ibe to settle SI, Held Hill Ihen played VeiwofSd and riXCIIEK CREEK {From The Kcho.) An old and Tesr-ected resident o[ fa district away at Leih- tridse when Nelson. Henry Pearson died aKer an operflllou. Deceased leli (or LelhrjrWge on Tuesday o[ last week Hud was oper- ated upon on Saturday'and seemed lo be doiri- splendidly .until Sandiv af- lernwn The doctor gives as the cause of dealh'tbo forming o( a clot of blood on the brain. Mr. Pearson'was born la Sweden II years He was twice married and fs survived by his widow and four children, the issue of his HrsL mar- riage. One son, Oscar, lives here. The others are Mrs. U Adams, Kan- sas, Mrs. I... Parker, New Meilc0 and Charles, Nebraska. Preparations, are now under way for the Annual Fatr, to be held here on Monday and Tuesday, July 2nd and 3rd. Worn has been received lhat E. W. (Scotly) Buchan has been wounded in the recent fighting and Is now at fc hospUal in Leeds, England. A telegram on Wednesday announc- ed that Jos. Thornley has been wounded in the back and left arm and is nowMn a hospital at Lincoln, Ens- In a letter received from him a few days ago he that he and his In-Other SoLh had just come Ihroueh n gas attack and got off luckily, having only bad sol's iungs lor a couple, o! days. Sergt.. Ficfcard, returned veteran, who recently lectured here, made the Ccllowing interesting statement al a lecture at Claresholm last.weefc. "A few weeks ago I was given permission molorcvcle race for (ho championship of southern Alberta as feature. Then there Kill be the ball game at 3.30. Iw- Iween Taber and This will take place right on the grounds. 'The refreshment booths are being amply provided for by the and the merry-go-round irlU In full swing (or the kiddles. There will also be several A display ol souvenirs'. Is being ar- ranged by Corp. Fred Downed irhlch promises lo be Iclemtlttg. who' hue souvnlrt Ihey would be glad to loan (or Ihe ocnijon are aek- ed to phone Mr. Devuer. The veterans are uudertuking the work of prepirlni the hull (or tho big dance 111 the evenlDg. The officials (or the sports 'events are: Judges. Smeed and .Mayor Hurdle; starter, Joe Filmer; Geld sec- retary, Pemcoci; comMltlee. Mean. HiwklDt. Sarrowman and Kirrit; timekeeper, E. A. twirl. The rirlres, all o! which :r? handsome onet. will on dtepliy Saturdmy ov- eulng In the- window o( Mr. Ewart'a store. The city band. It ts understood, wil provide music Hie occasion. Epleodld music bu been obtalnod (or the dancing in Ihe evening. The general .admission to thi grounds will be 25 cents, wllh chlidrcr One of the (ealures ol Ihe day wil be the tale of the pony his been donated lo Iho Red Cross. Tick cLr- (or this pony ate being sold at 50 cehti. VULCAN f Ihe Advocate) At Sniurday'6 meeting tho directors I Ihe Agricultural society eiprcssed heir'wilUiujutss to let the July cole to N> Ito bcneltfof Ilie lea Criws soolely. The Red Cross ibclely have uot been slow lo avail liemielvei o( (hla opporluulty ol rals- ng mouby (of the cause, and a fur her nieetine o( Hed Cross workers, business atcii and others was held on Monday evening to get things Into Ine. The business meu o( Vulcan have decided ou a weekly half hollilay Jur- ng summer monies. The day Is Thursday, uud Iho halt lioll. day will coinmcnce neal week. On and ader Thursday. Juno 2S, until September 15 Ihe stores will close at 1 p.m. Hoard Trade Imporlant Mailers DiMussed Mesn-s. Gray and Gray have Uo mate known thai I had personally up a real estate office-In-llr.-Ulrlcks 1 visited the' German subrnarlne Brc otfice. -i.-. 1-. .Miss IJndEay [rom Granum has visillns Sirs: G. McGinn (or Ihe liasl week.- She retnmed' home on Thursday by way of Tnber. -Herman Ulrick's brother and fath- er from Champion, motored over on Tuesday evening. Tno latter stayed men. watch uIonKEWe "the land and 1SI other German submarines washed jjp in Portsmouth harbor." Miss has been aecret- .tor a (ew overhis- f, ilr. JJonnelly, audilor lor the Home Grain Co., was Side trips .16 LomomiVand Retlaw while oil .iiis way. Mr. ;PurseII of'Bassano and owner o( store here, was in lown uays this week. is up.-for Ibe new gar- It only remains now loT.lhe. buBl- css men EloDf ihe StlrUig-Mariyher- ries branch, of Iho C. P. R. to tnggesL a date for the get-acquainted eicur- slon of Lelhhridge huslne'sc men and the excursion will be taken- Yester- day and the day berp're President Marnoch of the Board of Trale spent some time in each of the .towns Irorn ForenaosL lo ManyberrieB -and he (ound the business men Yevj.inilous lo get inlo closer .reiatloia-' with Lclhbridge. He auigested thai-they set together and decide the date for an eicurslon. The Jiresjdeat lepbrt- ed at Tbursdaj-'s meetlclff'and arraage- ment.-. will proceed Immedlilely. All the members of Ihe Board .of -Trade present irere very rnuou' o( Ihe scheme, and a large excursion may he.eipetled. .The presldenl'K- ported on conditions along the -new line staling that in "any one of the lowns more new building Is In, pio- gress than In Lelhbrldge and he.con- siders Ihe oullook there eiceedlnjly Internal eleralor would he bulll here ai. early dale. Uoirever, Iho department .has Ihe propoEal under advlaement- The Calgary Board of Trade wrole suggesting lhal Lelli- brldge co-operate them (or help In building up a Pacific route (or Al- berta grain; The Hoard will reply that thev are In sympathy (tie plan but' do .not. think the present Is (he opportune time ovine, to the lack at Jhlpplnf facilities lo lake tha grain (rom Vancouver porta. President Marnoch, H. -'Fair-field nd S. S. Dunham were appointed elegates to the Canada. ]r- Igation aGsoeuiUoQ convention .to he eld In .Maple Creek on August 1, 3 nd 3. n. A. Smith appeared before the loard to protest against R ary [or the hospital for the past three good. He pointed out however, thai years, has tendered.her resignation -lanyberries and looked lo wklch is being bulIL between the hlACkmUa shop and Mr. Hastlng's Thi'Lidles Aid met" Wednesday in MH.- Baughrnan., The us- Vi.itl ninher were out Much work wa5 -ifrsKBCd to' be done between meel- 5'-i ingB.-jAfter business'and reading of cream and .cake serVed by Mrs. nAUghman Mrs! have left for a lo the-States, goiag -tint to :-v-. ''i Hunter and family molored Saturday, for a folks. They return- Monday, accompanied hy Mr, and -Mrs. Hnnter, who wllI'vlsU here itort time. .-.Vv'l can be said iij, regard to crops as they, are doing their best are drenched every few dayg with r.'. rain. is looking-line Ib'e and "oats and r-iVbreiklnp.goea merrily on'. to take effect at therendiof the pres- Medicine Hil'-for enl.mpnUi, It Is withAmuch regret pecllons. althou1! .Ihat.tbe res i fill ton jTVccepted and it hatiraUy piacf Jc realiied place wijl for the'buimn be hard to fill. [--During Jier term of many friends both oh herself'and for her huspUal. BOW ISLAND (From The TV. R. DePew has resigned from his position on the' Bow Island rural municipality. His reason, under- Is that he his no time lo de- Tole to the of the public. Mr. DePcw's action will neceasilate another election In all probability. Posters are- now out announcing a meeting "of the electors ol the muni- cipality (or 28, to nom- nate a On June 19, at 11 o'clock, the Presbyterian church, was the, scene of a prelly wedding when Lu- cille Violet, only daoghtar of A. W. Fuller, of Bow Island, and W, F. Hen- derson, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Hen- also ot Bow Island, were unit- ed holy bonds or matrimony, the Rev. Bishop officiating. Mrs. Mouds, who has undergone serious 'operation al the 'la D actions althougb .railway conuec Lions placed in line Best ol Everything Your Wife's "Allow- Mce" may not expand to meet the cost of foods, but it will buy a suffi- cient quantity of Shredded Wheat to nourish every member of the 'family. Two Shredded Wheat Bbcnte with milk, make a good, nourishing breakfast at a cost of a few cents. All the body-building material in the whole wheat grain. For breakfast or dinner with berries or other fruits. 4-U he attorney general's department at- Edmonton to remove the rourt re- porters from all centres hut Calgary ind-Kdmooton, where It was propos_- ed to maintain four In each city. The plan to cut down the expense of re- torting court. cases, and no short land notes wou.Id be taken except in special cases in district court and all cases In Supreme court. The local iar Association has. pretested, and on motion of John" Horns Geo. D. the board of trade protested any change from the present good" system ot couri reporting- A vote of. [hankVwaa.tende'red the Chinook Club for the use of its build- ing for meetings paat year. ONLY ONE ITALIAN SHIP SUNK. June 28. The ment of ship plug only ooe Itajiaa sj In the that e new. Hue he report-, cd to he' Rood'' thougb "atunble crop Till- show the lack of proper tillage unlefs it shoulti happen that Mie.dis- rict is visited with copious riins in the, near fuLiirc. A large amoant 'b[ Q'W breaking and fencing is going QD, howing the influx of. new. aeUlers. He was glad to report also_ thai Ihe gip betweeD Stirling acj- beRinninc tn fill ing Is-bcing followed eiUnaiyelV lr the fanBeri along the. line. lie also noted a preat interest In ifae recent water here. j Several nutters of importance were considered at todays 1.1 rag of the Board, the to be held ib Ihe Chiu- ook Club. Sir George Foater'-wrotc Ibat owing to war conditions, he could not hold, out much encoaragemeot (ha', ihip'i Arrivals and depart- reported to be 'doing htcely.' Mrs. M..Simpson had her house de-, stroyeci by fire early on Sunday morn'- Ing, June 19, little of the lunts.waa sared." Ing for. the Union bank. This, new- measure, when'completed 24x50 feet. The InlenLloD, we believe, la to brick efforl Is being made In Bow slant) to make.the celebration on July 2 a hflge The Red Opas adlw ordered big supplies of cream, fruit and other delicacies to tempt.the appetite of tiie mak- Jf .the. Bpdrti cones through .wltb..equally tn atlnctlre programme should be one lo bt remembered. Kd nutarmlly the best "sodas" yvu buy come out the other end of oar rnwlern automatic to a tum--rcady to delight you with their crisp- ness and flavor. c hrgh-dccs mWerUls fiOYAL AfiftOWBOOT BISCUIT JUNE MCTUNN LIMIT', JULY4. R. DAWSON Mit. Alnil CANADIAN SQLD- .if lER'S LETTER ________- 'J Cacaell'i Tablets. Have Kept Him Fit Throtiflfe Twi. Wari.: thejA Com- Canadiac .-whose i6me, adrtreaa Is 906 Street, OnUrlo, Is one of many who ave written in praise of Dr. Caasell'c fable Li. He say 6: "Ae at cotuUjit uaer T Dr. CaBieU's Tableii, I woiild-LlXe o add my lesllmonv to their Talu. J waa Iri the South Africin War, and, finding the benefit oT ,them there, have talien them since whenever I felt rundown. I always ecbmmend thcni, tor I know, that they do all that Is claimed for theru. In my opinion they arc ihe best tonic 'any one can lake for loaa'of appetite, poor- ness of the blood or general weakness of the A iample CawH't Tab lets will icnt to'you on receipt ol 5 for mailing and pacM.ia. Ad drew: Harold F. Rjtchre A Co, '.0 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the anrca1. home remedy lor" firapcpsla, KIdncr Trouble, SleeplcEaDesB, Anaemia, Narrows Ailments, Nerre Paralysla, 1'alpHation and WeafcoeM In ChllOl- ren. Specially raluabte for -nursing mothers and during the critical per- iods of life. Sold hy drupglata and storeliecpera thrcmftiOTt Canada. Prices; One lobe, ceoti; t tor Ihe price of (lie. Beware of Ir lloni said to contain hypophoapnitef.. The composition of Dr. Ciflflell's -Tab- kta is knovn only to the proprietors, and no the aame. Proprletori: Or, Co, Manchealir, Enij. TABER A meellnif of Ihe of the Tab'r Ajrlcultuiil Society held Itit. CoramltleeB were ftp- pointed (6 revise.tbe prize Hat ud al- so to 'redraft 'the mta. It wu Ihil tie Mdetr irftild not told any field grain competition Ibis r. 9eerv4ary Mrton bli rullon ill health, >nd Ine acccptrt. A new will be' tppolnted later. Good progretj In lulng m4de ov the conalructloD of Ibe >nev ipur line which Ihe Regal Colllerln in build- Ing to connect (heir projxrtj' wieh He C. P. R. One and fhalf ralnre of the fire of sleel been taM. Tne Hegal Colllcrlei hart aboat readied a splendid learn of coal at a depth of IHVt for Ihe new gteel llppft hu eem completed knd the work of erecllni the new tlptle will be once, t; j Ejiwirrl fTi'pmtJCwIio enlisted 'with Ihe Kilties arid ipeni ibont- nine monthi in Knslinl, arrived In Taber recently, ha-rlng a> mtdlrtllj- mrflt fteU jrdlr bad al not chance al (he Hum, He It at-preheat Funeral Goods Will Not Increased in Lethbridge i In M tntfuvtr to ytii f ratn big 'idvirMM In ttit cott offumrtl Urn an en or mo in iteek of high gnde 'ftott to tnofotr advanu In prleei, effective Jam KHTi, wdloh rlxn gi In petition lo fvrnM ytu with modern w pHnMftfMlkrUJ. MI ull .nd wt win mnt you wr rt tht UITM wrvlo you will itppnclite. MacKay iiRTAKiERS- 1KB THIHP AVI. A IIQMTM iT. Or TOWM ATTEWW D T6 INDIVIDUALLY Your eyes are valuable and of too to subject them to (lie of store Kisses that am made for and everybody By Coming to Us you take no chances Careful, thorough, scientific examination .i'.sst v.'hat you shtmld It's no( a case of "hit or btit positiTC accuracy by reason of long experience. Today is a good day to call on us EVE IN CHARGE OF OPTICAL DEPARTMENT R. A. Wright THE CITY'S LEAD1NQ JEWELER ESTABLISHED 1398 ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES NO WITNESSES LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA YOU Can Be -i I? I? a high grade .ctiMom made suit when you can get then! at such reason- able: prices frbiiMis. Onr 'will dim you out a suit from stylish pat- terns by cut {o your in- dividual figure. fitting. You pay no fnore for this service ami will feel and look a lot better. F. TH AELL Tailor to MeiHMio Dress Well 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Specials For gtncl Tuesday ONLY MEN'S OXFORDS Gunmelal and pttent hither and tan. 3fztc only. Regular val. ue lo. clear Ajother.llne of Men'i Oxfords clearing al ..V (jiiildreti's All -1 lo 1014. ijclllng at I'cr rilr Shu 11 to 1. Selling at I'crTalr V MEN'S STK'AAV HATS Soft Ilrlnis, cloarlng ut Rlltt Brlnis. CIsarlnK 31 500 pairs BOYS' 01M) I'ANT.H Cfoar.iue at, 25c nj> to fll.25. Big RcdncUoiiH.on; DRESS HIIQEB.- OK if A W l 210 FlfTH STREET tOUTH NEXT LETrlBRIOQE HOTtU ;