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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta page snr i 1, THE LETHBRflDGE JDA1L.T HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1017 {COMTIVOED fisost Front I*ao�) qaal suffering, equal fighting nnd qua) compensation. The resolution passed almost unanimously. A resolution forwarded by the board Of control of Ottnwn that tho Union �sk power to collect Income tnx when the munlriimlity discovered after tho tax haa been paid that the amount of Income had not been properly stated lens unanimously endorsed. Mayor ntrgnrne of St. Catharines, Was sponsor of a resolution for in-trensed pay /or soldiers and an in-Sreaso of separation allowances for their wives. Alderman Ramsdcn. Toronto, Mayor Bowleby, nrantford, Frederick Wright,' Montreal, Alderman TUsk, Toronto, and Aldorman Ashplant, London, strongly fnvorod tho suggestion. Mayor Hardin suggested that something bo inserted in tho resolution mentioning tho amount ot the increase. Alderman Risk, Toronto, suggested an amendment to specify $2 per day but withdrew in favor of an amendment cf Alderman Kamsden. of Toronto, to ask tho government to double tho pay of privnto soldiers and grant such increases to commissioned officers as the government should deem Just. With this amendment the resolution was unanimously carried. Fall inery Opening Thursday and Friday, Aug. 30 and 3 1 We take pleasure in announcing thia. our flrat view of our early FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY, showing all the latest patterns including THE GAGE HAT. WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL LADIE8 TO ATTEND THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 30 AND 31. MISS TILNEY 704 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH FELT LIKE A NEW Mrs. Mc MEEK IN 318 THIRTEENTH ST. N. ANNOUNCES HER Fall Millinery Opening On Thursday, August 30th AND INVITES ALL LADIES TO SEE THE SHOWING OF THE LATEST STYLES IN MILLINERY FOR FALL AND WINTER. After Taking Only One Box Of "Fruit-a-tWes" East Ship Harbocb, N. S. "It is with great pleasure that I write to tell you of tho wonderful benefits 1 have received from taking "Ftuit-a-this". For years, I was a dreadful sufferer from Constipation and Head-aches, and 1 was miserable in every way. Nothing in the way of medicines seemed to help me. Then I finally tried "Frutt-a-tives" and tho effect was splendid. After taking one box, I feel a new person, to have relief from those sickening Headaches". Mrs. MAKTIIA DEWOLFE. COe. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. EARL GREY DIES (Continued fkom Piiont Paoi) daughters, Lady Evelyn Grey and Lady Sybil Grey, were the result of the marriage. Earl Grey was a lawyer. He was a member of parliament for Northumberland for six years, beginning in 1SS0. On the death of his undo. Gen. Sir Charles Grey, in 1894, he succeeded to the title and took hi3 seat in the House of Lords. For two generations previously Ear] Grey had been prominent in political affairs of the British Empire. His grandfather had been prime minister of England and his uncle private secretary to the Queen. Becoming associated with the late Cecil Rhodes, Earl Grey entered enthusiastically Intw plans for the development of South Africa, was promoter of the South African Chartered Company, was concerned in the Jamieson Raid, amassed a fortune and in 1S96 beenme administrator of Rhodesia, whore he proved to be a capable and constructive administrator. He was one of the executors of Cecil Rhodes' will and was influential In tho administration of the Rhodes' scholarships at Oxford. Succeeding his brother-in-law. Lord Mlnto, Earl Grey was appointed governor-general of Canada in 1904 and occupied that position for six years. His administration was described as quiet but a uniform success. He was a strong advocate of imperial federation and urged Canadians to share the burden of England's defense. Although born an aristocrat, Earl Grey was very democratic in his sympathy. This found its chief expression in his almost life-long activity as a social reformer and in his efforts to reform the saloons of England and the establishment of a cooperative partnership system on his estates in Northumberland. HAD BANNED PAPERS WOMAN FINED $500 Yarmouth, N. S., August 28.-Stipendiary Pellon this afternoon found Mrs. Annie McLeod guilty and imposed a fine of ?500, or six months in jail for having in her possession publications prohibited in the Dominion. Mrs. McLeod is of German descent. Her husband is a Prince Edward Is.; land man, but a naturalized citizen and a medical practitioner in New York. The evidence showed that Mrs. McLeod has been receiving such publications as the New York American, the Fatherland, New Yorker Zeltung, New York Review and New York Evening Journal. BORDEN TO TELL UNION GOVT. PLAN AT PARTY CAUCUS Demands of Western Liberals Will Be Made Known This Afternoon Montreal. August 29.-"Sir Robert Borden will communicate the results of his negotiations with Premier Arthur L. Sltton ot Alberta. Hon. J. A. Culder' of Saskatchewan and other western Liberals with a view to tho formation of a National War government to a caucus of Conservative members of tho House of Commons nnd tho senate today," tho Gazette's Ottawa correspondent telegraphs. The prime minister will set forth tho position taken by the Western Liberals at their recent conference in Winnipeg and will ask the views of his followers upon the proposition there formulated for his consideration. That proposition, it wns ttil! assorted, involves tho question of the leadership of the new administration to bo formed, and is understood to have been presented by Premier Sifton, who arrived in Ottawa yesterday morning and called upon the P^Jiiie .Minister.. OFF; FOUND DEAD Albert Todd, Montana Man, Is Victim of Tragedy at Pincher City (From Our Own Correspondent) Pincher Creek, Aug. 29.-Pincher Station was the scene of a tragedy on Saturday morning last when Albert Todd, of Poison, Montana, was found beside the railroad track dead. Nobody, so far as is known, was witness to the tragedy. The body was found lying on its face with the clothes burned off almost entirely. Coroner J. H. Gillespie held an Inquest on Saturday afternoon and a verdict of death by misadventure was rendered. Apparently the unfortunate man had tried to jump off the train while it was still moving and in falling had fractured his skull and had set some matches alight in his pocket in the fall, thus accounting for the clothes being burned. Burial took place on Saturday evening at the Pincher Creek cemetery. Tho authorities have been unable to locate any of the man's relatives a;, yet. It is stated that thero Is a brother in Montana, and a sor. in Winnipeg, but inquiries have not resulted in locating them. L & J. HcLeay THIRD AVENUE 80UTH ltvvileK your inflection of the first showing: of FALL MILLINERY A DISPLAY OF ALL THE NEW FALL MODELS Thursday & Friday August 30th and 31st INLANDERS AND RUSSIANS FIGHT London, Aug. 29.-Serious rioting at Bjorneberg, Finland, is reported in a private telegram from Haparanda to Copenhagen, forwarded by the Central News in London. It is said fighting between Finns and soldiers of the Russian garrison lasted for several hours and that several persons were killed or wounded. Big Mine-Field Adrift. Copenhagen, Aug. 29.-Steamships arriving from Bergen report hundreds of drifting mines off Norwegian coasts. It is believed that an extensive mine field is adrift. Many mines also are reported all around the north-east coast of Norway and in the Arctic ocean. Michaelis To Brutaela London, Aug. 29.--A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph company from Amsterdam says tho Imperial Chancellor left Berlin yesterday for Brussels, Belgium. PREPAHINQ IN GREAT URITAIN row NATIONAL BABY WEKK. Scene at tho local maternity centre at Westcllffe-on-Sea, England, where over 900 babies have been brought up since it was opened, the mortality being,tho lowest on record. National Baby Week was decided upon in Britain to emphaslzo and encourage the great national campaign In tho Old Country to help the people and tho nation by scientifically promoting tho welfare of British babies. 60,000 CHINESE ARE READY FOR WAR SERVICE Pekln, Thursday, Aug. 23.-(Delayed).-Generals Lo Pei-Ching, Lung Chl-Kawang and Ivu Chin-Tan com-manderlng 50,000 tveops of Yunnan, Kwel-Chow and Kwang-Tung provinces have offered forces tor service in Europe. Eighteen provinces have approved the project for a national council which probably will bo established within a fortnight. The press generally is urging China to present an undivided front to the enemy. PERFECT HEALTH IS EVERY WOMAN'S BIRTHRIGHT. A Praatriptlon That From Girlhood t* Old Aga Haa Been � Bleating to Womankind. When a girl becomes a woman, when a woman Becomes a mother, when a woman passes through middle life, are the three periods of life when health and strength are most needed to withstand the pain and distress often caused by severe organic disturbances. At these critical times women are beat fortified by the use of Dr. Fierce'* Favorite Prescription, an old remedy of proved worth that keeps the entire womanly system in excellent condition. Mothers, if your daughters are weak, lack ambition, are troubled with headaches, lassitude and are pale and sickly, Dr. iPiercc's Favorite Prescription u just what they need to surely bring the bloom of health to their cheeks and make them strong and healthy. For all ailing women Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is just the right medicine. During the. last fifty years it haa banished from the lives of tens of thousands of women pain, misery and distress. It makes weak women strung, sick women well. If you are a sufferer, if your daughter, mother, sister, need help, get Dr. Pieree'a Favorite Prescription in liquid or tablet form from any medicine dealer to-day. Then address Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and get confidential medical advice entirely free. _ Every woman should be careful that the liver is active and the poisons are not allowed to clog the system-get rid of these poisons by taking Dr. Pieree'a Pellets, which regulate and invigorate stomach, liver and 'bowels. Keep tha body clean inside as well as outside! How to preserve health and beauty is told in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. It is free. Send Doctor Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y., fifty cents or stamp* to oover wrapping and mailing only. Thursday, Aug. 30th Friday, August 31st We will show a complete line of fall or winter hats from all the leading; Eastern Millinery Centers. You are cordially invited to inspect our display. PHONE 18S0 604 THIRD AVE: 8. FIRST DRAFT 10 Montreal, Aug. 20.-Tho Gazette's correspondent at Ottawa reports that the military servlco bill having been signed by tho govern or Aeneral at Toronto yesterday, tho uct will be assented to in the senate today by tho acting deputy governor-general, Mr. Justice Duff, and "will immediately become' law, with all tho clauses operative except those calling tho classes to report." When regulations and tribunals are completed, which will requlro two or three weeks' work, a proclamation will bo issued, the correspondent says, ordering those of the classes subject to call, "single men oetw�en 20 and 34 years of age," to report at polntf, in their several districts, which will he designated In the proclamation. "The parliamentary committoe to select one member for eaeli of the appeal courts has not yet been completed, owing to the delay In securing from the opposition leader tho names ot those who are to bo appointed by him to tlila body," the Gazette's dispatch states. ARTILLERY DUEL Paris, Aug. 20.-violent artillery fighting Is in progress on the Verdun front between Avocourt and Hill 304 and on the Aisno front, the war office announces. North of Couriered wood in the Verdun sector German reenn-noiteriug forces were repulsed. NEW FALETMILLINERY ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 3oth ANfyFOLLOWING DAYS WILL BE HELD A Formal Display OF Chic Millinery Styles THAT HAVE BEEN APPROVED BY FA SHION A UTHORITIES YOUR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED Nellie Johnston 3o9, 6th STREET, SOUTH 4 ;