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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1017 THE Milk CKocolaU MEDALLIONS MILADI Dainty chocolate pieces, out of the run of ord n- ,ry milk chocolate, containing a real flavor of r h creamy milk and the finest cocoa beans well blended. Made in Canada. Next Pay-Day Will Be Big One in Local Mines Mines In Ilia LctltbrlJge district never EO prosperous as they aro today In ol the (act that only 1100 miners are working ns against B normal average o[ 1800. Tic wnscs being drawn by llie nien. however, moro than olhel the difference. In Ihu number o( men on the payroll, for It Is oullo Hie common tiling these days lor contract miners to draw tor B fortnightly Pay I'SJ'h'S doctor nncl hospital dves, union dues, and tor ILelr eiploslves. In [net there wll Lo several miners In tlo district who will draw, at Ihelr licit pay. clear Hundreds of Ihom are making [rom J175 to S225 a inonlli. clear o til (lues arid the usual miners eipcn Saturday will be'pay day. an the biggest pay In Iho history Jit th mines "111 be distributed. The pa will amount to J92.500 nt a'conserva People's Forum vn estimate and may run close lo he S100.000 mark. In the old days a orlnlghily pay of WOE con- Idered large. II Is c.pectcd Ihat Is winter, when the mines fill up. the orlnlgbtly pay will never run ess hen ftOO.OOO'and may climb as high tliC.OOO. At the present lime Iho Call mines arc working about C75 Anen, "jo Coalhursl mine 350 aiH lhe ChlnooV about 150. while smaller mines In tut dlslrlct employ ahout 50 more. Tho mine payroll taken with that of lue mills ami the C. oav I.clh'orldse at the present time a pay- roll of closo to a month. The coal output ol tho Lcthbrldgc mines Is running about 3500 tous and the monthly gross returns from tho mining business in Lelh- brldcc brins In about JJ.5.000. Mrs A D and dauRliler. Jllrlan Ilivo left lor Monlreal lor an Clleudej visit. Jlr und Mrs. W. S. AJams of Ity- linds and Co.. relumed tula rooming Iroui a trip Hi, the coast. The ladles' aid of St. Pilrlck'B cburih will a social In lhe parish hall, corner of 1st Ave. anJ 6th SI. b., I Tuesday evening. Sept. lltli. I v Mrs. Swarfs section' ol lhe Hebe kalis will meet at liic Home, cf Mrs Pick, va 12lh St. A. Norlh, lomorrou evening at 8 o'clock. The G 1 A. will hold their regula meeting this evening at 8 o'clock at the Oddfellows Hall. All member are requested to attend as business ol Im- portance will be. transacted. Ford Catholics Refuse lo Attend the Services of Father Mrs. W. mally on Vi cr raolhor CralB enlrnalncd lay afternoon in honor uf Mrs. Draper, leaves of Mrs. Leahy's molnvr. Mrs. An error was made In Saturday's Is sue of the Herald In lhe announcement 01 the inarrlasc of Timothy Uu, hc-al- er Ttie name of the youne lady Imve been Miss llazei Osuande Ixiiidoii. Out.. Sept. Public Ford Ont., Sept. in the presbytcrv of Our Udy of Ihe 1-iiVe ll'bl night KatliCT I.numulcau snd rerrcl nt what had alrtauy Displaying all tliat is new in Suitings, Coatings and Dress Materials of every description. The members ot Iho Major Jack HOSE chapter have decided to change their day of meelluE from Tuesday lo Thursday of each week. There will be a meetinE ot this cbapter in Ihe Red Cross rooms next Thursday evening at for sewing. r Mrs A. UlllbrlilBC, of 515 1211: SI A X.. and her son Glenn left Sun day morning for Spokane, where Glenn will cnler Prof. Lyons1 private schoo ,r boys. Mrs. l.illibrldse will attend china decorators1 club at Spokane' and visit Irinerts at Cocur d' Alcnc. Idaho, and Colvillc. Wash., before her BroAvllle. Ont., were milled I JSc by tie Kcv. C. E. Cross. FALL STYLES KNOWN Paris Ins been occupied this >'e" wllh rolpor matter, and tin- fall styles of women's er some- what delayed. riutnls have been some- Garment buyers from what delaye. all over the United Slates arrived in York, and found .He con- cerned. over the stawness or reliable from France concer..lnB our ineky stars L PRICE OF MILK Editor. Tlie Herald. Sir.- Every, newspaper in he lai contains dally retercnccs to the 1 fcli cost ot living. Wilh a rise in tho rrirn or cny sMMsary article oE il has become largely the lushlrm lo blamo Ihe rise on some evil middle man or some conscienceless moiiopo- Hst I have several limes nolcd the co t ol milk criiiclied In your col- "rnns and olhcr well and >s a producer, wholesalo an'l rolail of milk. I leel' that the public would not revile the milkman so ex- tensively II "icy vere in poascsslon of all Ihe facts. A diagram in a recent issue of an i American magazine represents lie Aberlcan .hc woman who approximates Iho "water hydranl rather than the barrel This impnrlanl question hiving been settled, let (he vrsr go ou. JAMES LARKIN Head of tbo Transport Workers' Union In England anil a well known strike leader who will not be permit- ted to enter Australia. ol bookkceplnc -ability and by cling There is pleasure at every ttage in the use of Sunlight. In the the work is greatly lightened. In the iron- ing-for the clothes have suchafreth, sweet air of newness. lo the wearing tho have inherited the exqui- site purity of Sunlight itself and are clean indeed. Has Had Three Years of Strenu ous War and Has Not. Been Wounded Corp. Harry Smilh, or i'ut naya! 5-n Elncers, who Is nt present visIllnE bis home In Lethbrldgn on lurlouEh, may bo considered as one of lhe luck> chaps ol tho war, for ho has since en- lIsttnB come through 17 engagements, "3 will as a good deal ol rongh. dan- serous work In addition wilhonlsul- ferinn so much as a scratch, put the corporal "knocks wood" when ho ells this, lor he Is not through by a ong vay vet, nnd he can only hore th s friends that the good fortune which V attended him In the Ihree years lias already been nt lhe front, il be with him until ho comw.hack om the wnr for good. Corp. Smith Is due back al the war flico in on October 7lh. After h co years of war ho has been granl- d a holiday of a lillle over JO days, wo weeks of Ihat he will spend com- ngand golnc. nnd two weeks ho I- peiioin" here with his ile was a reservist when the war nencd and left hero immediately to rioln his regiment, ol the Koyal En- Inters, cavalry division. He h.B been n the nghling when there were no ranches to sheUcr tho armies. He his een lhe war from lhe early days of he Marno, lo Iho more recent days of he fiehtlng at Lens, lie says Ihat Iho lost terrinc eneaBcmcnl he eipcrt- nccd was Bl Arras, when the Cana- look Vim with rJKuLiut with the. allies Sale of Towels made by lirj'ail associate member GcorKC noss, donation Xew Dayton Chautanriua collection, Sunday School association, nlier Junior'Ilcd Cross Helpers lUlloM-an'Society, Coaldalc Foremost SlampedtTas Days Fledges for month of Angus! Tolol...................' August 11. Postage Stamps T. P. Tansey Tolenhone account Hennessey fe Wilson I.cthbridge Laundry Co. Hylands fc Co............ Hudson's Bay Simpson The City Carlage Co......... led Cross Drug Store I.ethbi-idgo Herald Hleli Sehl Hardwars Co..... A Macdonald Co............ Campbell, Wilson Homo Ilcd Cross Drug Store Canadian Hcd Cross Society. Hayr Hardware Co......... Salary, Stenographer Cheque, unprcsented In July.. Pcttv Cash, Hed Cross Rooms 03.00 5.00 2.00 13.00 35.00 3.7S G.SQ fi.SO 3.00 1.00 25.00 2C.CO 17235 1EO.OO 72.35 1.25 l.CO 22.35 6E.55 2274.73 251.50 nalancc. as per pass look.'.. Unprcsented Cheque l-m Actual IJJ.'SSPtND J 10.0 339.1 2.9 10.S 1S.9 1121.4 414 135.S 1-001 1.00 22.25 S.15 9.04 2.53 3.25 G.OO Chicago, Sept. lO.-Search of lhe W., seized here in last weeks raids, has revealed Ihat the hlcago office of iilny. The govern cseciitlvo secrcLair- hat i't has increased appronmaiei 1 COO per cent. In three years, The cnlrics on disbursements hid catcd that they were mainly for de- fence printing, literature and publishing newspapers. pm. Thursday evening, G. A. at S o'clock Friday evening, Intercession Earvlce at S o'clock; choir prictlcn at s 30 Sunday evening, ,a memortil service will be held for Tie. W. E- Colledge. It. T. I-ockenby and A. N. Humphreys- Wesley Methodist evening, a very Important meeting ot the olflclal board, every member Is rsed to-be present. Wednesday cv- nlng at S o'clock, there will be a re- cpllon for the Incoming pastor, Rev. E Crage nd-Mre. Crags, under lhe u-ilces of tho Ladles' Aid. All merc- ers invited lo be present. Thursday ventag. choir praclice. United Church, in the Churches a tiosltlon he has been Ji'ne, when the retirement of Mr. K. J. Chamnerbln was foreshad owed. CAN. SCHOONER SUNK. 10.- Tho Minus Queen Parrlslwro. Ns Nova Scotia schooner has been sunk bv a submarine. but one ol her crow perished. Corp. Smllb 1-er.s ul .heap ol ritltia, devaslaled mlnei ha'tls and houses. He Is nnxlc-.s to oltt the Camullanj ho has applied or a transfer to a Canadian unll. Whole Wheat for those who want to cnginiers was i conserve food and also con Shi between0 trenches serve strength and health Ihe Gorman barrage. sure the whole wheat prepared in 'a diges IB1. tible form. Shredded eat Biscuit is 100 pe whole wasted, nothing thrown awoyj- Fifteen years- ago Shredded Wheat; was eaten only as a breakfast cereal; meal p'r, potatoes. -Two or. three with milk' or cream Htid'sotoe fruits make Austrian named -Kormellch, who with forty hare Iho Interior of French nbout Iwo months, been dvptnr-. RT1U nourishing, sat-fymg meal llolln and Karmcllch la eipc result In ImporlBnl revel.tloM nan Inlrlnws londay evening at S o'clock, Christ- an Endeavor. Tuesday evening, busi- iess meellng of the senior cliolr. alto j. inecliuE of the Circle. Wed- nesday evening, choir. Thursday af- ternoon, ladles aid. Thursday even- inc. a lecture hy Rev. C. II. lleustls MA., D.D., Eubject "The War and National Ideals." St evening nt S o'clock, teachers meellng. Thurs- day afternoon nt 3 o'clock, "omana aultllary. Saturday afternoon, 2.30. o'clock, junior auxiliary. Knsx. mohlW meclirtg ot the board ot manager, will be held in the veslry Tuesday even- Ing at 8 o'clock. Hegular monlhlr meetinK of .the womnn's miss onijy society will be heVd In the school room nesday evening at 3 .o'clock. Tha iccullvu of Ihls society will meet at 30. Choir, practice Thursday even- ig al 8 o'clock. Chrlitian even lllblc school conference al clfn o'clock at 806 llh St. S. Wednesday "'prayer meeting at 8 o'clock. Latter Day after noon nt 2.3d, the relief society meet for work and business. even IniTpraycr meeting. Thursday alle noon the ladles aid will meet at Ih parsonago at 3 o'clocK. St. Mary's eve Ing teachers racellns al F.30 o clock. plure o( nounsnniji, ccied to at a cost of only t few cents. Made V SCENE OF RUSSIAN RETREAT The lolfAtes Fokshanl on Ih Uumanl.n front where cnllroRiiH division shiorfoneft Its positions I lie u4 In orter. o J25.W Anolr 10 Nearest Naval Hecrelt Inz Otflca or, to the Deft Service, ;