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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LJKT1 BRIDGE AUGUST al equal fighting and Kjual compe The resolution passed almost un A resolution forwarded by the board ot control ol Ottawa ihat lie Union k power to collect income tai when the municipality discovered after the lax has been paid thai ihe mount ot income had not besn properly stated vras unanimously Mayor Btrgmae ot jas sponsor of a resoluliaa lor In ireased pay for soldiers an ln jrease of separation allowances for helr AMerman Frederick Alderman and Alderniau strongly favored the Mayor llardie sujsestca that some thing be Inserted iu the resolution mentioning the amount of the in Alderman suggested an imeudment to specify per day but In favor ol an amend ment ftAlderman ot TOP to ask Iho government to double the pay of private soldiers auii granl sucV Increases to commissioned of the government should deem jjust With this amendment the reso lution was unanimously ELI i RE is Fall Millinery Opening Thursday and 30 and 31 We Uke pleature in announcing our first view of cur early FALL AND WINTER showing all the latest patterns including THE GAGE WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL LADIES TO ATTEND THURS DAY AND AUGUST 30 AND MISS TILNEY 704 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH Utter Taking Only One Box 01 EAST SKIP It is ttith great pleasure that I writs to tell you of Hie 1 luvc received from taticj Kfuita Per I wis a dreadful sufferer from JfteJ and 1 wes miserable la every Nothing in the way of medicines seemed In hcln Then I finally tried Fruiiatives and lha effect was After taking one I feel new lo liave relief from those skieaing MAKT1JA trial At all dealers or sent postpaid by BG1ENTOML iu BRITAIN FOR NATIONAL BABY EARL GREY DIES CojillKOED FROM FEOXT Lady Evelyn Grey and Lady Sybil were the result of the Earl Grey vras a He was a member of parliament for Northum berland tor sis beginning in On the death ot his Sir Charles in suc ceeded to the title and took hisleat In the House ot For two gen erations previously Ear Grey been prominent In political affairs of the British His grand father hstd been prime minlsler ot England and his uncie private secre tary lo the Becoming assocI lated with the late Cecil Earl Grey entered into plans for the development ot South was of the South Mean was con irned in the Jamleson amassed fortune and In 1S96 became admlnls rator of where he proved i be a capable and Constructive 4ad He was one of the eiecu ors of Cecil Rhodes will and was In oential In the administration of the hodes scholarships at Sue ceding his Lord Earl Grey was appointed gover orgeneral of Canada in 1904 and oc upied that position for sii His dminislration was described as quiet ut a uniform He was a trong advocale of Imperial federa lon and urged Canadians to share he burden of Englands Demandsof Western Liberals Will Known This Afternoon August Robert Bordcu will communicate the rcsulls ot his negotiations vsith Premier Ar thur SItton ot CaMerof Saskaicnewan and oher western Liberals a view lo the formal Ion of a National War govern ment to a caucus of Conservative members of the House ot Commons and the senate the Gazettes Ottawa correspondent The primeminister will set forth the posi tion tnVen by the Western Uleras at their recent conference iu Winni peg and will ask the views ot his fol lowers upon the proposition there formulated forhis That It was In volves tho question of Ihe leadership of new administration to he form ed and is understood lo have been presented by Premier who ar rived In Ottawa yesterjy morning and called upon the Scene at tho localmaternity centre at where over 900 babies have been broiiEul up since It was the mortality lowest on National Baby Week was decided upon In Britain to emphasize and encourage the great national campaign In the Old Country lo help tho people and the nallon by scientifically promoting the welfare ot British CHINESE ARE READY FOR WAR SERVICE Lo Lung ChlKawang and Ru ChinTan com minderlns tcops of KwelOhow and KwaneTung prov inces have ottered forces for service ic Eighteen nrcvlncea have approved the project for a national council which probably will be established within a fortnightThe press gen erally Is urging China to present an undivided front lo Ihe Me MEEK IN 318 THIRTEENTH ANNbUNCE8HER Fall Millinery Opening On August 3Oth AND INViVES AtL LADIES TO SEE THE SHOWING OF THE LATEST STYLES IN MILLINERY FOR FALL AND Albert Montana Is Victim of Tragedy at Pincher City From Our Own Correspondent Pincher Station was the scene ot a tragedy en Saturday morning last when Albert o was found heside the railroad track No so tar as Is was to the Thebody was tound lying on Its face with the dothes burn ed off almost Coroner Gillesple held an Inquest on Saturday afternoon and a verdict of death by misadventure was Apparent ly the man had tried to jump off ihe traiifwhile it was still moving In falling had fractured his skull and had set some matches alight in his thus accounting for the cYolhes being burn Although born an Earl Burial took place on Saturday very democratic in his jng at the Pincher Greek This tnund chief ex Tno authorities been presslpn In his ac lo iocate relatives a social reformefand in his vet n statedthat there is a efforts to reform the saloons of Eng and and the establishment ota co operative partnership system on his estates in HAD BANNED PAPERS FINED August endiary Pellon this afternoon found JJcLeod and impos ed ot or months in Jail for having In her possession tlons prohibited in the JIcLeod is of German Her husband Is a Prince Edward land but a naturalized clfizer and a medical practitioner In New The evidence Bhowed UiatMra McLeod has been receiving such publications as Nex the New Yorker New York Review and York Evening roiher In and a sot In Win but Inquiries have not resulted n locating rioting at reported in a telegram from Haparanda to forwardedby the Central Jews It is said fighting jetween Finns and soldiers ot the Rus ian garrison lasted for several hours and that several persons were killed ir Big arriving from fiergen report hundreds of drifting mines oft Norwegian t Is believed that an cilenslve mine Held Many mines also are reported all nround the norlheast coast of Norway and In Ihe Arctic Mlchaelis To Bruoeli dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from Amsterdam says the Imperial Chan cellor left Berlin yesterday for Brus PERFECT HEALTH IS EVERT WOMANS A PrWriptloa That From Girlhood Bu Been to WomuikladV Wbm a rirl becomes a wUeu a Becoinca a when a passes through middle an the three1 periods of We when health and strength are most needed to withstand the pain and distress often caused bj orguuc At these times women best fortified by the use of Piercei an remedy of proved worth that keeps thoentire vtEnanly system in icellent if yourdaughters are lack are troubled with head latitude and are pale and dckly jPicrcca Favorite PrcKripUon in jijit what they need tosurely bring the bloom of to Iheifcheeks and them itrong and For v all ailing iromen Pierce Favorite Prescription jurt the righ fifty years i haa banished from the lives of ttns o women mberj anc makes weak woincn wclL 1J yba are a dauA need get Dr Prescription in hquid ortablet form from any medicine dealcs address In vaUdsi get confidential medical advice entirely Every woman should be weful that the Ever active and the poisons are not allowedHo dog the theseS poisons by taking Piereei and invigorata stomachy liver Keep body clean incite uveil a outadeI Howio preserve health and beauty i told in Pisrces Common Sense Medi cal It is BeadDoctor Pierce filty centa or itampl le ooTtrrwrappmg and rnftiling 30th August 31st We will show a complete line of fall or winter hats from all the leading Eastern Millinery You are cordially invited to 1 PHONE 1850 604 THIRD AVEi your iiistiecUon first shewing of FALL MILLINERY THE NCW MODtLS Thursday Friday August 30th and 31ft Gazettes orreapondent at Ottawa reporls that he military servlco bill having lieen Igncd by the govern or general at Tor onto the act wfil be assent ed lo In the senate today by acting leputy JuEtlce and will become with all the clauses Operative ox ent those calling Ihe classes to re When and tribun als are which wili rsqulro Lwo or three weeks ft proclama tion will bo the correspondent ordcrlng j pse of the classas sub ject to men between 2C and 34 years o to report ai polnto In their which will be deslgnalcrl In the proclamation The parliamentary commlltco to scl cct one member for each of the appea rourls has not yet bfcon completed owing to the delay iii securing frpn Ihe opposition leader tho harnes o those who arc to bo appointed by him lo this Iho Gazelles dispatch ON 3oth DAYS BE HELD A Formal Display OF Chic Millinery Styles THA T HA VE BEEN APPROVED BY FASHION AUTHORITIES YOUR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED ARTILLERY DUEL artillery fighting Is In progress on the Verdun front between Avocourt and Hill and on tho Alsno thewer office North of Courleres wood di the Verdun sector German recna nolterlug forces were Nellie Johnston 6th SOUTH ;