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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD E SEVEN of PICNIC AI nm THF Special to Farmers! Special to Farmers! Buy Your Car on the s Guaranty Plan The National "Syffem of Standard Credit Buy your car on a business basis. Let it pay time. The idea is not new. But the convenience and privacy of the Guaranty Plan are pew. j IVo mortgages to be rworded. Xo publicity iNo red tape, What the average family .wastes year on Pleasure, pay for a new I Chevrolet Car With the Guaranty tjie pleasure. And yoi? have the csir as an s. in delail the PXT .cUisive Jeattires of 1 Paalim Motor Connpany, Limited THIJID AVENUE 8. ljMKTrrttM.lt I IWV PHONE 1M I BACK OF UNION BANK (From Olir Own Correspondent) Enchant, AUK. friends of the Plain Center S. IX, held their school picnic recently anr! tho occa- sion proved a most, enjoyable one fnr everyone In attendance. The weather- man's offering: was a perfect day, and even the mosquitoes semed to have respect for the comfort of the people present. Early in the afternoon the children ot the district played a match game of baseball, which resulted in a victory for tho Seaman team. Imme- diately after this came a game be- tween Rosemead and Plain Center In which the latter loam was the win- ner by a score of 18 to 10. Everyone present greatly enjoyed this feature. as the score was very even until to- wards" the close of. the grime and the heavy batting by both teams gave the! spectators many occasions for ap- plause. After the baseball came a number of contests in funning and jumping, which were highly enjoyed by all. one event, which featured largely in the Interest shown was a relay race be- tween four picked runners from each ball team, resulting in a victory for the Plain Center team. The follow- ing are some of the contests and the winners: 50 yds., girls under Orotte. 50 yds., boys under Seaman. 50 yds., girls under Sea- man. 50 yds., boys under Roblin. Women's Bissele. 100 yd. dash, Robllu. Running broad Taylor. Taylor. Men's.'hilfh' Taylor. Men's, .pole Seaman. The proceeds from the refreshment ables and from the dance in the..even- ng. wlllbe used in purchasing an or- gan for the schooh The sports com- mittee wiah to thank the people of the iiatrict for their generous response, md arc greatly indebted to the ladies; or the bouteous provisions, all of contributed to the financial suc- cess of the occasion. The'grain in this district is looking in? and many binders are In tho ieids. Miss Marjorie BTeeburger enter- dinner for >Iiss Boulton ot besides th'e guest of hon- or were present Mias Belle Jones md Cart Qreenman Travers. A. C. McCornlkclt and Alvln Greenman. Al. Greenman at.tend.ed the dance at Travers last Friday night, going up on the train and leturmng Saturday morning. Ths-Feater children of Medicine Hat are "spending their vacation on the Leslie Johnson, ranch "-asL of town. Miss Marjorlev Freeburger left for Cajgary to attend the col- The i daffre on Fridav night was wel) attended ayarjone had a good Sonie tajk of a new garage. We are glad to see new people start in busi- ness in onr toyn._______ JOHNSON CARRIES 39 COUNTIES San Francisco, AuS tion of the returns from I96o pre- cincts of the 54-tS in the state show today that Goverqor W H. Johnson carried' 3'9 counties to Willis H. Booth s 19 in the contest for the Re- .publlcan nomination foi United States senator Hearty assurances of support from those republicans "who backed Aljr Booth's candidacy are in Governor Johnson's hinds tonight, including one from Mr Booth W; ___ 1- ONLY FOR 50 YEARS OF RESTFUL SLEEP That', only 36c. a year; who can't aflord that? No other mattress compares with the Oo I tKMUUll for rest, comfort, healthfulness and Inie economy. When you pay lew, you get infinitely time. Moreover, the first cost is the only cost of THE FAMOUS OSTERMOOR MATTRESS Look for the name woven in the Binding a! on this mcnt. It's theroJoryour protection. A.k your dealer lor the O.termoor or write to m for tho name of nearest agent. The ALASKA BEDDING Co. Limited Badnmdl and Bedding 48VV High Crnrfa Every PcrJtcle." Nearly one thousand of the pid- tlme policyholclors 111 :tke Ancient Or- der of United Wojllineii Hyine in Lon- don, Ont., havo.-advice that, by the naw valuations placed on the policies by the Grand LqSge, they have lost approximately This loss must 'be borne in full by members who have been aftllated with the-or- der (or 20 years and more, and have, until uow, ,uad their insurance at a rate not consistent with'the au- thorized cost or protection. Lack funds in the treasury to pay deatll claims necessitated the Kreat reduc- tion in the valuations of. their con- tracts in order to place the organiza- tion on a sound basis. NEW PRESIDENT Chicago, Sept. Sutherland, of Utah, was elected prei- ident of the American Bar astoola- tion for 1917 today. Dodge Bros. Motor Car It Speaks for Itself Be Car You Make Your Final Price r- B- 1 SPECIFICATIONS i 30-3 tip Cast, nn bloc Bngrue Mohair. Whep'baie, 116 'Gear. Clutch, Multiple Disc. Starter am) North- east. Storage WJllard, >1S TOlt. P.ear Full Floating. Timken Bearings the whole car: The gasoline consumption unusually low and the mile- age unusually high.' STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH, SND'BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL Reg na Sasfc, Row lej-v-ttiio as an architect in Story Van .Esmond's office drew tho plan; for Use Battleford asylum, appearei before the Maul tain commission thi morning as the first of J. F. Bryant's j expert witnesses. He gave evidence I on. a number of omissions and depar-! lures from the specifi-cations. He said that the non-bearing partitions in-the top storey of the asylum build- were of wood and metal lath, in- stead of the spoiiirled four-inch tlic. There was no gold-leaf on the let- tei pannelling as 'specified. The slate stajj treads were an inch and a quarter'thick instead of the iijpluand a half -specified. Tliere were no slab floors in the hydro rooms as specified. Mr. Row- ley7 said the increase in: the footings would not under any circumstances be "a proper precaution7 in the case of niiicksand. The only proper precau- tion would be to drive piles to hard- pan. About the The footings of the. administration building were increased from 5 feet one inch to V feet, Mr. Rowley said, or practically a 50 per cent increase. On -Other narts building in the footings there was not a 50 per cent increase either in area or bulk. The total increase on footings as a vus Thpre were m the nrBaS of the brfekwort Mr Row- ley said pool in- work Mr Rowley stated face bricV were used m the whole byUding, allowing for r{ The eminent paid for face brick. Commissioner Questions CoiniE.Es.oner Lamoht aihed if mny allowance hud been made in the fig- ure of brick for loss In ship- "'phairman Sir Frederick Haultaiu pointed out that paid u thousand extra .for. face 'brick If thej had used common brick they allowance for shipping, and there was- no reason the contractors should he al- anything for. .loss ou faco The of Death Hangs Over Belgium People are Living Within A Few Days of Actual Starvation. The situation in Belgium grows more critical with every tussmg week. The fate of women, children and old and wounded men, m steadily growing numbers, depends abso- lutely on tie Belgian Relief Commission If the food supplied by the Commission were cut off, the third day would find the weaker ones starving to death. Within two weeks would be deid or dying, and mpre would tbe luffenug acutely. t Compare this with our huge crops-'and busy abundance of food and plenty of money i Think of the average Belgian family 1 The father is in the dead The mother takes her place in thelength- enmg breid line's, to get the meager rations served out by the Belgian Xtlief Committee. The children, thin and pinched, and clad rags, wait for what she will bring home. So lone al eontnbntions to the Jelgian Relief Fund keep each will get three alien of bread and pint of soup a day. If fiyinjj fill off, mult f o hungrier, or starve I You leaat one from inch a I Jl DO a than a do it 60 a month, m the hands of tie Belrian Rdjtf ComjBMlioi, will feed an average family Caj yon apire that nnttk or wort f Can yon, with a cle.r conscience, withhold It i How many familial will'yon undertake to feed till the war is jrer? si in eije Inrap sum to local or Provincial C "ciftian Rdkf Fund 19 It St. Pttcr St., Mmtraai. FEEDS A BaGlAN FAMILY ONE MONTH. w. i ;