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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIUIDAY, SKPTlCMnRK 1, 1917 THE UJTliniUPGE. JVULY 1IKIULD PAGE ELEVEN The three words that tell the whole story of a perf edl cup of coffee, from plantation to breakfast table---------- "SEAL BRAND'' COFFEE. In )4t 1 aiiij pound tins. fine ground Jor Percolalori. Never sold In bulk. 151 CHASE fc SANBORN. MONTREAL. Edmonton. 1. Al 3 o'clock is nun-Ding aimllier ineetlng of' all i-ioidoycos o( iho.KiluioiiUui.frrefi rullwuy, cxclustcc of a few of ofliic staff, was licM lu ret t-Ivc llje ri-port uf Uio cuniuiUlec- tlppuicd to wals on mnyor anJ city vouiu-il. Thp com- miiteo reported the couui-il's otTrr of Hie Ini-rcase In wages aiuiruilr.ialiiig LO per tent., to the lowest bIJ -anj highest paid men, and fcrgcilhip the inLildlc Lien, but (lie men rcfUEeil la Itsirn to ilie "retmrl to stuiul tiy (tie resolDllon [massed nt HID Undertaking Will suffice lo ilran- lion to the n a lure pf our busIntviH aud a low mpre to fact that whether sent In or arc answered'prompt- ly. Our services liave nroycd salts-fnttory In 'atl ciisQs where we liave licoti rtturucil and FUXKKALS CONDUCTED hy us aro uiarkcd by a pcr- f cell on ol dciill lh.it 15 mi We are (.he olJcst cslaldiEht-J firm In Southern Alberta and carry the larg- est slocV at Tiiost reasoualle prices, Onr motor equipment iilaccs us In a position (n do both country arid clly work cheaper lhau using T.S.FETTERLY 334 Sixlh StrecL South Phones 561 and 1176 Oltfnva. Sept, lyorklne ag mcnt on the food problem Lettveon the L'nlled Slalea Canada has been reached sifter a conference uf two j dnys between P. C. Wale oil. rcprcs iug Herbert C. Hoover, United Stales food i-.dtulnlEtralor. and represcnla lives of the food administra- tion, il was announced from the food controller's oflice hero loday. BONY ISLAND (ftnlbne (From the Ilcvicw) A roll of honor, upon which. Ihc names are Inscribed uf those members ol tlic Church who liave lett fur the front, has Just recently been liiing I In All Saint's Cliurcli. TJie ornamen- tal work upon (lie scroll -.vas beantl- fuJly executed by Mrs. J. II. son. The. lettering done liy llcv. Herring, whilst the lr.sk of framing 11 was left In Ih'i hands of Gen. Itailcl! Andrew Swanson was bddly shaken In an accident that iicfel? him _.. Tucsdaj whilst iniloiullri'c lumber In the 1'ionccr Lumber" CO.'B yard, Hap his injuries were not serlotia and 1 llllle rest will probably restore him lo his natural self. J. M. Gibbons, who recently took over the post at Maieh from Mr llowen, has nearly completed his ar rangemenls m-idfi necessary by lire clianRC and within a fen- days every )ns will be running ns smoothly as Heal cslate In Dow Island Is appar cntly sllll a Hvely Issue. Sixteen lots, nil south of the tract, ivcrc illsroscd of Ilils week by N'ecdhnni Ilaher to (llfferent parties. Two of tfco latter Connors aurt Mrs. Harl, Jnlend to nut up Jiouses right away. IIIAX K.I. CJMH, Xcxl Term Commences Sept. 12. Toronto Conservatory of Music A. S. VOGT, Mus. Doc., Musical Dircctur Unrivalled facilities for profees. onal and non-profeislonal students In all departmenls of musical In- struction. REOPENS September 1, 1917 RESIDENCE FOR YOUNG WOMEN STUDENTS Scml for Year Hook and Local Centre Syllabus and Women's lies- liitncc I'amphtct. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION Special Calendar P. II. KlnKl'ATIllCK, Pli.D. Principal PuWlc Heading. Physical anil Vocnl (Tulluro, Dramatic Art and Literature. MIL ADI z PHONE IB The young ladles elm: church meet tomurru of at o early KrUay morning meeting. As a all street cars lire title mi to Kdtnonlon Is In llio grip ut a j as orderly as and Ol only noliconljle dlfiercnce Iti Hie diiiiirv slate of ali'rttrs Is tlio lack of cars on the streets. ..Mr. and ilrs. It. A. XVrij'Ut and tlih- divn have rcturQed ITOLL ;v vacation spent ai llantf. The Illg Sisters class of Knox church wilt-meet (oniorrun' morning after church. Mrs. H. It. jenkR SeaUle. is ilic iaughitr. Mrs. H. K. Sept- agreed up- on In Ilic new RcliiKlulc between the brotherhood of locomotive engineers anil locomotive liromcn on the western lines o[ the Canadian I'aclfic railway, become effective as from Aug. 1, while oilier conditions went Into effect lo- day. Alioy'. men arc affected by agreemcnl. Dr. and Mrs. T. Allan Imvc TC .uriicd froui where ihey spent he month of August. Mr. Roy ,inmaa, who at one hue a-mcmber o( the i'y juni.l, lias Joined the uvJaiion corps ui KafrficlJ, Ohio. Mr, and Mrs. J. llau-.lon ac- companied by tlie Misses Huwiloti arc caving today to spend the week-end at Many Glaciers Hotel, Cliicier I'lirk. Mrs.' W: R. Grey ami son Donald relumed loday alter spending Uio summer llanfJ, Mrs. J. N. Httchic The followtoE cable lias been receiv- ed In Toronto, from Capt. Alary Plum- ner: "t'apt. Piummor and IJcuL Arnoltll tare had a very Interesting lour In 'rancc, and gained much helpful in- Formation! Canadian FleU Comforts Commission is grateful for Rnncrnus ponse to appeal (or baseball out- fits. Socks arc urgcnlly rcriuesicil !or early winter nocils; Ji and ker- chiefs and toivcls also ".Mary i'JuiHJiier, t'aplp.Jn." Chicago, Sept. meeting of the organization committee o[ the people's council of America for dcniacrAcy and peace was dispersed by tlic police to- day on instructions from Governor Frank O. I.oivden allcr it hail been In session about three hours. Monument of Distinction Need not necfissnrJly be a very expensive one We are pre- pared lo show designs ot mem- orials lhat are at once simple yet expressive. The cosl'of these monuments Is nol great consid- ering Vhelr atee nnd beauty They arc sloncs thit (he moder- ately situated can -frell afford to erect. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Worki R. Needs, Prop. atli Street S. A knoTjcrtge of first-aid lo the injur- ed is of Immense value lo any citizen In o very-day life. Accidents are con- stantly occurring on the railroad. In Ihc fartory, on the streets ol our ciilea, and on Ihc Farm. No one is Immune from them. Many lives nre saved eacli year throughout (he land by the prompt, administration of first-aid. Tn war this knowledge or first-aid Is ol incsllmablc value, ami in Ihe present SUantlc Blruggle In hundreds of our Kolclirra' lives arc saved cvcr> week through its agency. An oppor- tunity Lo become, familiar with this most, useful nnd necessary subject Is offered to Ell men lie t ween the of nineteen and forty-eight, ivho art physically fir, joining the Cana ilian Army Medical Corps, lhat branch of the Canadian Ovc-rscas Expedition ary Forces which renders firal-alrt In obr soldiors wounded on the fichl. Men lying In "No badl> Mrs. A. 11. Henooii and sons arc In Calgary Tor a. M r. a n tl Mrs. 1 n. K 1 Iroivn 11.1 vc Boric to Kcrnle for several Mrs A, K, S- Tatuin and AHMV have returtiPi1, Lurne at tor August In -Banff: MJF'S Lottie- spend week-end CCIJTBC (Hi the fhrni tie.ir .'Jaruas. day morning ft Tier HIP cf In Ilobsun and Trull, who tfflB been Mrs. dray's wcok also r'clurncil. 'udfii.- and Mrs. .lackson rnd cliJl- dreti returned liomc- yestcrjay afit'r the sunimci' wild rclallves hi Ontario. Dr. D. A, Taylor lias left for peg, lie will he married on i Scni. nth lei Miss M- Kihyl DaviFun uf I Pcicrhoro', Out. Oh their iclari] (hey j will reside at CSS Iltli Si. 5Ir. an'l Mrs p. W. Doivuer an- nounce.tlic oncugotnont o( their unlj diiuelstcr, Cladys Dorothy, lo Mr.'j yuest for FalrttcW ?on of Mr. Mrs' Jobn Home ot this city. The' niarrlago lalic place very quktly on Sept. The manr frionds of MM. Franl: LocJicr. who recently Iclt for Ilothcs- Icr, Minn., will be sorry to learn thai news has liuen received from her plater, Mrs. Nevln, who accom- panied her, tlml she la very low.' On Wednesday, Augx-st 1'Otli. Mrs. Janci ami Mr, A. J, llolf, were marrScJ by Ilc-v. A. V.. Snow. New National News Service Realizes Newspaperman's Dream innipeg, Aug.-' In an crliclc on Uie new Canadian National News Kssqciatton, the Manitoba Free Press will tomorrow in purl, as Tollovvs: "SlartinE Ihe papGrs __________ _____ ol next Monday; 'sppfcinlier 3, there [for woslcm con.sumplion; or Ihe uiir- vice o[ neus eiHbracinR every branch ot activity in Ihe. Dominion, whether it be ot the crops of Ihe nralrlc for anil Uie rerord of eastern commercial .ietlvlllc-9 will be made available ike daily wounded and lotfilly Incapacitated, arc clepentlent on their comrades to ren- der first-aid In them before death through loss of hloort, overtakes Iliein, The work ol looking after such men, anil Inclr possible removal lo a place ot saluly, Is carrier! out hy the ol Ihe C.A.'M.O. usually cover ot darkness, often at Great personal and only vrflh (he erc-ltest dlf- ricuHy. More men arc required at once lo cnrry on this splendid wcrt, and men Red Deer) S. 3464 -S- A High Class Residential School for Girts Only Public and High School Grades (o Martlculatlon. MUSIC, PIANO, VIOLIN, VOCAL Commercial, Stenography, Typewriting and Bookkeeping Fine Art Painting on China and In Oils and Water Colors. Physical Culture and Expression Fall Term Opens September 1f, 19W SEND FOR CALENDAR M. G. Millar, B.A., Lau'y Principal REV. A. D. Kellh. B.O., M.A. Prcslifen( H .Varllculnllon IlousthoM Sclcnro CALGAKV, AMJKKTA HIgh-CIlif RMlt'i.r.ral and nay College (or Buys and Girls, Youn and Young Women. TEUM commences Kcjilcmlifr Write for Calendar nnd Collf8'J l.lloralurc. lir.y. O. W. KKI1HV. Im, il Expression amflllo Art I'liynlcnl Culture. Music, I'lano, VocM. Kino Art- China, Paint- Ing, .Metal Work, clc. Men rcadoid ol Canada for ihu first time In the history of the Dcmiln- loji, a truly nalibn'al Jnaws service. up in a nciva sense the re- motest sections ci'lli'e country, from Sydney, Cape lo Victoria, British Columbia, and Including witli- hi ECOPO every Canadian daily pap- er In tlic nine provinces, as ivell as the dolly papers ot Ncivrountl- lanrt rind of .the Yukon. "This great national deTOlopmcnt is made possible Uy the operation ot leased wlrca extending from the -At- lantic to the Pacific, and lirldg-lrtg, for tiirenfy.four liours, (ho for- m triable gaps Hint have tended in the to segregate, on the one haml, ibc public opinion ol Ontario and Quelipc Trom lhat ot Hie Binritlmc provinces; on the other Hint of tlifi pnilrie weal from Drilisti Columbia; nntl even mure conspic- uously, Hie west from the cast by reason of the thousand oillcs of proiluclivc Icrrilory lying nlong the north shore, of Lake Superior. Complete News Service. T "This- great sy.siejn or leased ivlrcs will form a aplnal column for the free and instant rloiv or news from oue end [o whom Ihe irtcn of war In any form of tlio Oomlnion the will) is.rcnulslve. can do their bit by ]oln- Ihe C.A.JI.C. and helping to save the lives of those who have fought and lilcil so that fulurc generations may live In peace anil security. A. M. C. training Depot Xo. 13, Sar- ccc Camp, near Calgary, Alberla, ng men for this parliciilar work. Tlic course Includes sijnafl ami com- drill, slrctchcr drill, lectures on first aid with practical demonstration, lectures on anatomy, sanitation anil all oilier mailers pertaining lo the lioallh of the soldier on active service. The men of Canada have conic for-. wan] iioblr In defence of the empire, but Iho present nol Ihc llmo to real on our nars. Much sllll remains lo he done before Germany Is brought lo tier knees, nnrt every man enllslinR now 'a liaslo.ilns thp.t end. Men of Alberla, enlist now! Show your friends that yon arc ivurthy cfli- zena of ft great empire, rcaily lo do something lo preserve (lie llherly 3'0ii liavo enjoyed In Ihe past. For furllisr Informntlnn wrllc rccrnUIng headquar- ters, A.M.C. Training Depot No, 13. Earcce Camp, Albcrln. Conscription may soon bn enforctd, but wo are ulill rocnilllng under the voluntary system al ilic present ilme. ts nerve centers In Ihe kcybixin) of lie leJcgrapli oprrntor ol every con- ltleraLle dally paper In the country, t will permit the Immediate inter- change ot public uplnlon, ns well n.? supply a constant and prompt scr- ATTEMPTED MURDER, onlrcfll, Aiiff. (ho habeas corpus hearing Ilils flflernoon In (lie ease of Kile I-ilumlcrr, 11. an- nounced lhat Lalumlcrc was lielil on n charge of nllcmptcrt mnr- rlr-r In connccllnn with the dynnnitl- Ing of Lord house at Car- KcrvllJc n few weeks npo. After argu menl by lawyers tho case was ed- Journcd until lomorroiv morning nl to allow I.nliuntcrc'.-i lawyers lo prepare llielr nrgumcnta for hlg re- lease. EXPLAINED. An Englishwoman went )nln egg atorc and aaVed for fresh egRi. "Yes, mum, said Ihc ihop- with K hen an 'cm frcsli." "I don't nny with: a nen ;on llio iRily, for ft licM. "The tetter mum, not tho bird. 'Hen' for noo-latd. or hold up day Jjy dqy right lUc continent to reflcci tho sivlttly- political, sllnallon. Long Drtam Fulflllcd- "Thus is tnirillcd u dream Ions cherished by Ihe daily newspaper pub- lishers of Caniicla. Tlie -need has been felt, and never sorely, as during the present ivar, ivlitcl) has. worked like yeast in all that is be.st of Can- adian nubile Ion, oporallcg ag- ainst sectionalism and for a larger and more united Canada. ''Rut (I has just been because of the of-the railing revenues anil Increased cost it liroujjlil lo dally it lias seemed most rcinnte or attainment. In fad, had not Sir Robert Horclon and his gov- ernment conic lo pee lhat here lay a great national wort of unification, and thus have conic lo the aid of tlic Canadian iiress ns n Hit nat- ional iicivs organization Iliat ia now 011 the eve of achitveinent must have I'een put off perhajjs for many years. "For the cost of bridging by leased wire the great geographical gapa is cnorsiims and hcyoml the colfec- llvc ctfort of Ihc Canadian dally press. It fs precisely Nccause (lie Dominion government has unilcrlak- en lo assf-st materially In leasing ncivppapers Ihe wire" over these Montreal and St. John, nntl nnd Calgary and (his National Cnnadlan News service come lnl-j SCENE OF THE NEW FKEXCII OFFENSIVE MMKNCOUST on Page 10 Grocery Bargains for the Early Tuesday Shopper FLOUK A GOOD BAKING AND BREAD FLOUR Specinl, RTu'k', ____ 20 Sack J-il.10 .Jtollcd S Hi. Sack -ISc Caliroi'iiiii Piiica'iiiJie, Special iicr (in 15c Tuxedo linking Powder, '2y, (in. Spec, lie Ib. Sacli. Special u- v.v S-i2.ll SUGAp ONLY. SOLD WITH OTHER GROCERIES, NOT. JNClUDEDJN THIS LIST. BIG STRIKE IN SEATTLE Seattle, Wash., AUF. strike or mtire than workers iu Seanle pjurda anil plants engaged in'fab- ricating material lo en- force demands for n general increase in wages, wan scL for next Wednesday by ofllcer.3 ol the .15. unious of the SeatUc metal irndea council in executive session today. I.W.W. ILLEGAL ORGANIZATION London. Aug. dispatch lo [he Exchange Telegraph from Jlclbourne saya Ihe government has declared Ihe Indnstrlnl Workers of the, World, which was endeavoring to foment strikes and blow up various works, an .illegal and (hoi eight r members of the organization have been sentenced to sis months, School Opening USUAL WE ARE READY FOR THIS GREAT EVENT AND HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL PTJI5L1C AND HIGH SCHOOL HOOKS AND SUPPLIES MAIL AND TELEPHONE ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. P.RICES RIGHT J. G. ROBERTSON CO. BOX PHONE 1265 Fall Term Opening DAY September 4th. NIGHT September ftth. All Commercial Subjects Taught In a Thorough and Up-tc-Date Manner. PERSONAL "You should not be satisfied with a small salary. You have a right to earn big wages. But In all cannot, earn 3 big cafary until you are trainee1 to do high grade business man will tell you so. The moral fs, get ready; ifle com- mand Is, do it al once." CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION During this week Ihc office will be open every afternoon 3 to 5.30. GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE BUSINESS PHONE 1JJ5 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 411 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE A firstclass job in the quickest possible time nml a hill of reasonable proper- lions arc what you can count nn when you call U3 In to repair or remodel your plumbing. We Bhnll be li.ngiiro on a new icl'.et tiatljroom 01 x olher work ynti have In mJnd, You'll fln'i our eitlinale 13 low as good can lie done for, Walker PLUMBING, HEATim AND CASFITT1NO Phe.-e 521 4lh ;