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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 30. 1917 THE LETHBR1DGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE FIVE 351-HEKOKft INVESTED BY TI1K AT Tho occasion wns really Loudon'i Hrsl air Brilliant sunshine ana tuee Cfowili too C i tremendous receni.los Marked the day. i BIG EXPLOSION Trinidad, Colo., June mills bf the Dupbiit Denemimrs Powder company wore wrecked by an exiilo'slon. afternoon. A call "for phyalctans was, sent to Agtlllar and Trinidad. Coiumuiilcallon with tVe plant has been Inlcrrupteil since Ike BccldcnL. Three workmen arc re- ported dangerously Injured.- Variety of Designs In our collection of monu- ments la such' that we can meet fllmost any requirements both as to kfrirt 'and cost- We also make memorials-to..order....of. every, description. You'll find our work-excellent. .and our service prompt rand reasonably" priced. Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone bayged Uie 116 pounder.- During tho afternoon a presentation was made to Mr. Grant the teacher at Sunday school at Iron Springs. Heart- ol Mr. Grant's cap- able the com- munity was fittingly shown by a faand- aoahe present of writing case, fountain and morocco bound volume. The school board showed real appreciation 'ILy a fine pment 'of Kipling's "Song 'of the English." beautifully Illustrated. tuoHuoity For BusiMSS Springs' best wishes go with Mr. Crant who Is leaving Ihe district lo of City to People tm New On Wednesday r.eil. lie Glorious ounli. Lelbbrldge tieople will have n opportunity to visit tile new liue o Jlanyberrtes which lias Just been pened up for traffic. The energetic Illzeus of Mauyberrtea and couioi'in- ly have arranged a big celebration, bossing July. Mil because o( ihe ounler attractions at Orion aud Forc- nost on Monday, Dominion Day. To Klve ilong _... heir first visit' to ttr new town at he end of Bte.el, a special train has been arranged which will leave l.cth answer the tall of King and Country. What the Press Agents Sag ATTHEORPHEUM "Idle Wivej." a'photoplay based on James Oppenlielin's novel, to Thursday, the people (rom and ll.e Grpheinr. .Shealrc ua the line au ovpprlunl'.y to mate July 8. "Idle Wives" presents a '.i .'.Wo.cjn UK the money lo betltr advantage at our large home farm New Dayton right and terrna. ...E'S. W. W. Is 1% from'New Dayton, has a good houso, barn, chicken ahd granary; fenced'and cross fenced; 70 acres with- barley and oats. 32-4-1B, W. 4th. ali.mllea. north o[ New'Dayton, Fenced, large-house, barn, large, "etc. "200 "acres with wheat and to iiuiimertallow. Well of NO'rVTH A PART .EAST PART WEST ft 3W-I8, W. miles soa'lh of New Daylon; creeV along'nnrtli -.5Jft-acre's- plow land. Bal a'nce choice pasture. 4uO acres ieeticd wheat, oats and barley.- your consldera year's crop may eaa'trj par tie entire purchase price. For foil particular] write or Does Graduate- Exerciaes Are Held _Our_pwji rjorrtEponaenU Cranbrpok.. D.'C., June !Tlie graduating 'CIBTCIMBJ. of the Ijl class ot'nurses Were'held In Uie St. Eugene- hospital hall on Thursday evening The hall, which had licen prettily' decorated tor the occasion, Iwitli cut and wild com- fortably filled when Judge Ityan open- ed the programme with a neat speech Dr. Grocn, house surgeon, .in pre- senting (lie diplomas, congratulated he graduates on their finishing llieir course, and also In bavins had the op r-ortuoltv of training In such'an in slllutlon" as the St. Eugene hosplta which -lie Ealu, took lu British Columbia In number of pat eiils treated, and. had a'record, o successful cases second'to none province: Dr. Q. 'B. 'L: MacKinnon preseuted Ihe medals, which .were pinned upon the young ladles by Mrs (Dr.) Green. Vocal and Instrumental were Tendered by Mre. A. II. -Mac donaid, Mn. E. Fatarson, >lrs. JJ; A Walllngerj Mre. Whltenouee, .Mr Worlhlnftpn. Father -McOulrp con cluderf'lKe 'programme' little after which dainty re frcEhments were served by the; Sis ters, followed by God Save Ine King bringing, to a cloee one of the mofl successful graduating held- in Ihe.lnjtltbllon. '.5 Mln Josephine, Fcl-, ker, of Ashcrof.1, H.C., and.Miss Elsie'. Heht, of CrmnbroqV, 'we're .'the- recipients of a large number'au-l tlful. bouquetsr.and thej'hearty Farming I IAGDAY1I] Tlie Salvation Army Inleiu. haying Tag-Day on July 7tli. all over Hie rovlnce ol Alberta including Leth iridge. to assist with, the Army' Hrnrfc in Franco, where they have lumber or huts Just beninfi the-lines .ntl are doing all iiosslhlc to Iti men. Thero'are-n number ol Cana Jan'' officers liava'- hcen- -vthei omc conglderoble Lime, and rende asBistance_ hoth rnateriall and spiritually. kindly In vltc Ihe hearty co-oneration and a sls'.ance of the clLlzcns of- l.ethbrldg on Ihe llh. Should there bo anyon who woukl like to have a hand 1 [his good work in helping to sell lag on thai dtvte, get In touch wllhlhc o fleer In charge ol the local corps', A juLant Mutlarl. phone >ridge at seven In ihe morulng. re-, at night, leavJDB Manyberrles' al 11.30.' Vern Jl any berries Is In the city today, and all arrange- ments for Ihe special Irsln. He itaics Ibat the huBlneas men of Manyber- rles are very auilous to meet the mslneas nifii Of LelhbrldEe, and that ODC of chief reaeona Tor, ar- ranging for the 6 pec i al which will be somewhat in.the nature of a gel ac- quainted trip. The LelLbrldge band of fifteen .pieces lias been engaged for, the 'occasion' and a. program of sports has line.1 up, a lucking conlesl.- In which a number of riders who will compete at Hie Medicine will take rt, a baseball horw ces, alliletlc events, and an Ini- automobile parade to show visitors ;hoV many cars the any berries 'people have purchased llio last row months Many berries la one of the newest vrns In the aoulh and is j be the main divisional polat on the I :lhbrltlge-Weyburn line between re and Rh'aunayoh. A large crowd business me.n mar therefore be ex- cled to avail themselves or. the pedal train en "Wednesday. plclloti of New York so.-lal life, tho story of AUKC Wall, who to live tho of :m Idle wife and wh'o Rives Ufther home to plunge Into Fettlement 'vork. Director Phillips Smalley haJ charge of ihe production, Lois Weber playing tbe wife who re fuses lo slay Idle, and Mr. Smalley portraying the husband. OPERA! [Spceln] to the Herald) Femie, June 29.-rThe arrlval-of th mine' horses from the prairie, pa tures, where they havp been fcaslln on grass and viewing.the mountain from lake their places the dark recesses of the coal .mine caused a ripple of 'satisfaction spread over the (own. Their arrlv is the precursor of the resumption Iworli In and.whlle "horse" on the hpc.sei, miners sec lo view the- sltuntldn with BJ lion and are'all ready to resume wo next Tuesday. The Lumber Company's mtll has been put In runnlni: tried 'and AT STAHLANB Marle'Doro, the celebrated stage and TfCll star, who jecently scored sucli pronounced success in "Oliver Twist" will be seen at Slarland Mon- day aud Tuesday In the Jesse L. jy producllon ot Ihe clever Irish drn- ma. "Castles for written-especl. ally for her by Dealrlce Mille and Lelghlon Oaum, and produced for Ihe Paramount program under the direc- tion of Frank Relcher. 'By her. beauty, personal'charm aiiil wonderful dramaiic ability, Miss Doro has vrlthlu a year achieved as great popularity In tbe photpdrama 'at >lie did on the speaking stage. The. story of "Casljes for TJTO." has lo the adventures of an Im- pulsive heiress, who. tiring of social 'e in New York, flees with her nurse o Ireland, and disguised-as a maid, Ins-'the heart ot an imneCuulous but ne IriBli lord.: In addition lo tills lid feature Ar- uckle will appear In bis first Para mpuut-Arbuclile .comedy "The an exceedingly lunny picture mlnus'slap stick Eluff. Knowing that Merit and Value NUke the only permanent foundation for our of ILJCCCU, It the Mason 4 Pitch policy to build and Juit as well at experience, money and humin ingenuity pcrnlta. No available reisurce that could aid ut In achievement of our purpoie has been overlooked. The dUtlnfulthed character of the Mann 4. Rlsch Instru- toiether with MMon policy of fair and llfae'al dealing, lit ablltty to offer greater value for the money that It Is poulMc to obtain from any other source, and a that guarantee! Cower price and eisiest tenmi to every the tec if they are, of Haion ei Rlich M the of "Canada1! First and Forcfnatl Piano, Piano milt." Mason Risch, Limited feUck, 5th Street South Uthbridfe Iron SprlugaL Ju.he sent I Iron and '-Batter ea held" ar'verj; sljtcessfalijlcnic; CB .n ideal'day and. a' fall' prograniait sports drew 'a large'erpwd from he several districts. Under'the ous ilces of the Ladles AliTrefreshmeni were'-served and the'proceeds were landed orerto Ihe Red Cross Society I Red Cross tag day 'under the direc Ion of the teachers resulted in >3 oward Ihe worthy' canse. Tne man leilghted kiddles fnlly'; tb Tree ice cream kind-'-lemonade an many novelty events such as' a pie calinc contest and seven legged race -.The 'picnic was5opened :at 1 o'oloc iharp upon tne ajrlTal-of sea'acnobl children with" bunting and flags. ho started enthusiasm with yells and Iff-ttttbdance: 'Scram- bles followed. There were a number of. Inter-school events ssme ol were relay races.and boys' iand- girls' baseball. At baseball Iron. Springs boys'played splendidly and Ooldridgc In a close game, while Iron Springs and Turin girls uniting, succeeded fin ilt- feaUnKrllalterseajglrls in a game well 'played by both Jeams. -A greasy pig conteiVln'the evening added'greatly lo-Oie, eicltemenl and sncceaa of the Mr. Wliirnock Plumbing, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Fitting PRESSURE FOR FARM HOMES Knapniaa ?lombin{ Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE WHERE TO FOR Furnaces, Gas an4 Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PATRIOTIC FUND. Reglni, Saak., June Iive from cenlrea' of the-province are aUendlng tbe. an- nual meeting .of Saslutchenn. riollc Fund opened here 'Ibis' moraine. President IJeut. .Gov.. Lake' in his annutl aildreaa smid last lU months the TOlunlarj- sub- scriptions h'ad oe-n thp.-srealest In Ihe Illslbri of the fund. One dred new branches had; been open-' ed and In the year, one million dollan had reeetred and dlElrlbnted. Few complaints he had lieen received aud. any which had come (a Iheir attention had been iDTeatlcated and found to lack 'foundation. The secretary's report proved lengUir and ,1sIt over. for consideration until he afternoon. .On tbe ttotJoB drew Leslie .of, Saikatoqn as de- cided lo adhere lo ng fall allowance to dependenU oF soldiers until discharges were bailed in spite ot the fact-that the central commlllee at Olliwa hardSr approved. ot this course. Sralulatlons of Ihelr raar.y Cranbrook.jrival of ijuantlly ot logs to friends on their successful course.; rlln lhe mill will bee put .tcadlly work for the Hk river-o has, been' falling gradually or some days.and .log'dflving will be iafe undertaking from now until It gets below the stage" at. which .logs can bo nin profitably. V Ciliary Exhibition June 2ULL FNOM ANY' CANADIAN PACIFIC AOINT DAWiON, Agent Afl, K af.r LernAon by a vloientr-ffjad'storm which Increased In veloclty'urilll It'reached almost hurricane proportions, 'Con-; 'slderable damage was 'done city and -throughent the. rdis.' trlctn. .In .lone' localities' moneler trees'were nnrooted' and telephone llpea were telephone line 'outside the" city was out' of commission and the company U. lodiy busily engaged wllh.a force'of' meii ilralghtenlng out lAist night abonl 10.30 fire destrov- d two buildings on Kalns' which originally-belonged lo the Kast Cootenay Lumber Co. The fire Ilium-" nated'tho city yere fearing; tho wal threat-, cncd, but fortunately tho flumes died rny.and the firs ditt. .1. p. Kaslam has returned from Kernle ind Is now In (he-employ of he BealHe-Murphy Co, K. Mnrphy and Marry Oammon delegates from the Locomotive En- gineers and Brotherhood of Firemen are'In Winnipeg on mat-; lers pertaining (6 Ihtlr respecflre lodges. J Kldltts aro happyj Tho FChools doled for the holidays, which will last well lnnd developed, the .Canadian Pacific1' cord of lion. The Induslrlal' and .'Buiineis. Dtitlopmen1, iM'rtne SO by A; Crmlck.'.A W6n-' derful dondltionl! VbifiH7; Conleifefa. of lo-V lag the running of Coarerfera- tlOD and defining the outlook, In retard to. their respective pror- A A. C. AHf.iison, deailnE.'wllh thB part that rertliin courarwus and adTcntirmome Canadians look In the American Civil War, Just be- A rrOTUsplftle-A DnnriaUe OA W. Jefferra, hrlnia'nl Canadian artist. The scene depicted when Sir John 'A.-.Macdqnaln (nd the..' Hrown sloml In tin .ono. side, tko oOief od the other side, centre1 line, feeling hetwren Ihe. two men. and the partki Ihey A fine corer e o-f An! m- Cofifedcrallon, In thrMicSl .L ,Joyable i .orsi Mh-'rtlr :ty of.Q'anina'a r i Un'. 16 ft ;