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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TllRSDAY, JULY 2. IfllR THE LF.lflUniDGE DAILY TIKRALD PAGE FIVR GHIATWTTO AKEFARMUi Oyi OF THE CITIES Oalgiiry, July I',-It waa priidlcuUy ilf(tided to (IkI)I. nny iiHnmpt to tnlifi r.irm laiulfi oiil. of \h('. yiirlouH nill'ja. liiwiiK .'iiur vllliifjus In AUxjrtn, ill n lonvi.nlliiii lnK roinovod fruni the i:tt^ liinlLs. CANADIANS HONORED. ,'. �{. .> > ? COULD NOT STOP THEHEADACHES SHELL SHOCK IS NOT SERIOUS NOW Mortalily Front Chest Wounds Has Also Been Greatly Reduced Pari.s, July 2.-Shell shock i.s not now regarded aa serloiiB by the experienced DrItlsh and French army surgeons. 'I'heir experiences .Mhow that tho shell shoe* is not suffered by the beat physically sound soldiers and those who are afflutted either have neurotic tendencies, or are otlierwise suffering. Soldiers affected hy shell shock are sent back to service In a short time. A report of those con-clusiona was given at a research mooting ot army doctors held here. Major General Sir, John Rose Bradford, consulting physician with the Briti.-ih"-- Kxpeilltlonary Forces in France, spoaltlng on chest wounds, aaiil that deaths from that cause had -Made From Fruit Juices \V1 ConiMKt St., St. ,r(jHN, X.B. "I feel r must tell you of the great benefit I have received from your wonderful ?ne(licine, 'I'"niit-a-tives'. I have been a .sitfl'erfjr for many years froth Violfiil lleadachrs, and could gel no permanent relief. A friend advised me to take 'P'ruit-a-tivcs' and I did so with ^rent success; and now I am entirely free of HeadHches, lliank.s to your splendid medicine". MRS. ALKXANDER SUAW. 500. a box, 6 for |2.50, trial size i!5c. At all dcaicr.s or sent on receipt of price, postpaid, by Kruit-a-tivci IrimUed, Ottawa. ARRESTED IN N. Y. Alfred Carrothers Charged with Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses New. York, July 2.-Alfred E. Car-rothers. a broker from Kdmonton, wbb arrested at the Waldorf-Astoria yes- aai.t inai .iiNiu.s uu,, ,,u.. .-u.i^e ..ui, j^p,.,, ^^.^^^^ information from the been considerably re(liic_ea-by the use ! j,,,,^,,,,^^^ p^j,^^ ^^^^ ^ warrant ha. of new surgical methods in oponinE the (best for the removal of foreign matter carried into the body by the bullet. USE MILITARY TO CLpSE SALOONS WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS. JACK PICKFORD "THE SPIRIT OF 17" PARAMOUNT PICTURE PRESS TONIGHT AND TOMORROW NAZIMOVA In IVletro'B Super-Production de Luxe "REVELATION" NAllMOVAin'REVEUTION" The soul of u Paris-grizotto laid 'nira to all tho world. Seven acts ot powerful drnniu. Also a liiughablo comedy. Alice How-' ell in "What's tho Matter With Fiith-or." St. Paul, July 2.-Governor Burnquist Ute last night ordered Adjutant General Rhinow to close any saloons in Blooming Prairie, Minn,, one hundred miles from here, which were violating the order of the state safety commitslon forbidding the sale of liquor . there. Seven auto loads of National Guardsmen were rushed from the Twin Cities to Bloaming Prairie to enforce the governor's orders. SIBERIAN CZECHS WILL TAKE REPRISALS London, July 2.-Colonel Hur-ban, a Czech leader now in Toklo, informs the correspondent of the Times there that he is communicating with Prof. T. G. f^asaryk, who ic now in Washington, concerning the reports that the Au�-trians are" killing captured Crechs. The Czechs in Siberia will exact reprisals, the Colonel added, and / will not allow the two^ hundred thousand Austro-German prison-ers in Siberia who are in their power to escape unless the shootings are stopped. been Issued there for his arrest for obtaining $7,300 by false pretencee frorii a branch of the Union Bank of Canada. He was remanded without bail until July T), although Carrothera said ho was willing to waive extradition and return to Alberta at once. He said lie Iiad borrow"ed $;ino,000 froiu the bank in transactions covering several year.-ctnsed to the world. The Gorman emperor wrole a letter to the Pojie, in which he asked for information as to where llie prince was buried and requc'^tod the return of the body. The Pontiff forwarded the letter to the monastory and it was then that the emperor got the famous relpy; "Xot until he hud evacuated Belgium and made just restitution would he learn tho whereabouts of the prince'.--grave." BIG GROCERY BARGAINS Prices Prevailing During Our July Clearance Sale FOR WEDNESDAY'S SELLING 34c Choloe Dairy Butter. Sale Price, per lb.................................... McLnren's Jelly Powders. Sole Price, 6 packeti ................................ 4 lb.-P�lls Strawberry Jam. Sale Price ............................... Brun�wlck Sardines in oil, mustard or tomato (�uce. 6 tins ............................. 2 lb. tins Loggiei Eagle Blue Berriei, 2 tins .................................... Sweet Corn, No. 2 tint. 2 tins ........�............................ 214 lb. tins Pineapples. Sale Price .............................. 50c 91c 50c 35c 50c 39c Gold Coin White Potatoes, dry and mealy. Special Sale Price, per 100 lbs........... Clarks's Soups, In tins, all kinds. , 2 tins . ...^.............................. Ontario Cheese, very choicest. S.ile Price, per lb...........J...................... Schepps Sweetened fcocoanut. Sale Price, per lb.................................. Rice FIfkee, Kelloggs. Sate Price, 3 paeketo .............................. Grape Nuts. 2 packets ____.......................... Keliogg's Krumbles. Sale Price, packet ................................. Deliveriea Every Hour Telegraphic Brief* BELGIAN STEAMER SUNK Waahlngton, .luly '-'.The BelKian at(.amer Chlier waa sunk MOO miles off the Atlantic Coast on June 21, the Navy nepartment announced. Twenty-five Bunivors were picked up by a sailing vessel ou ,luue 27. DR. BELAND COfMING Quebec, July 2.- A letter received yealerday from Dr. Belaud. In Holland, says he expected io be In Quebec within the next forfnight. that is, by the middle of July. WANT NEW ANTHEM Amaterdain, July 2.-A plea for a i new National Antliem is made by tho Lokul Anzeiger of Berlin. It is ridiculous. It adds, for Germans lo give the noblest expression of their patriotism to the tune oC "God Save the King." MAY VISIT U. 8. London. July 2.-A visit to *th� Vnited States by the Prince ot Wales hag been suggested in tho British Press. DOCTORS FAiLEOTOHELP But Lydia E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound Removed the Cause of tliis Woman'* Illnets. Worcester, Mass.-"! took Lydia E. Pinkhana'* Vegetable Compound for a weakness and pain which, used to keep mo in bed for two days each month. I tried nnany doctors without benefit until I was really, discouraged. My mother urged me to talca Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as it had nelpedhoraomuch. I did so and soon saw , 1, ft change for tha �\ \\ better. I k�pt on "* > tokingitandamnow \ ' so well and strong ' that 1 c�n do all my housework, c v�n my washing and I hava a little baby who is as healthy as I could ask-ihanka to your Vegetabia Compound."-Mrs. F. H. SxONE. 24 Bowdoin St., Worcester, Mas*. Women who suffvr from displaea* ments, irregularities,, inflammation, ulceration, backache, headaches and nervousness should lose no timaingiving thia famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vef ttabla Compound. �trial. THIJRSDAY ONLY DASHING, DARING HARRY CAREY "THE PHANTOM RIDER" FRIDAY AND SATLIRDAY ELLA HALL in ''A MOTHER'S SECRET" Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tubprculoslB-tested (tows - Anyone requiring auoh uillh: for babies may do so dally. The milk Is free to those who cannot pay tor It, and at cost to those who can. , | IPYAROlNOfl fAIHETICSlRIKE Two ThoiLsand Quit ^york in Sympatliy With Electrical Workers. Vancouver, B.C..  July 2.-Two thousand employees of the CoUBhlan Shipyards, comprising .seventy-five" per cent, ai the force, (jnit work this forenoon, Kiving as their reason their unwillingnosa to operate machines driven by power supplied hy the Western Canada P.Twer-Company, w'hose electrical worko'w are on strike. No other worl?ers in the city liavo as yet refused to work with "non-iliiiou juice." Pour hundred jitneys arc expected to ho i'n operation thia afterhbdn on tormul assurance from tlie city authorities ihat tlie anti-jitney bylaw will not be enforced during tho strike, No progress toward a setilemmit Is expected until the conciliation board wliicli investigated ibo demands of tlie cannon and tlie electrical workers, makes its report, probably tomorrow. AUSIRIANS lOE ERESH mm\i Rome, July 2.-The Austrians yesterday delivered fresh attacks against Italian positions on the Asiago Platecu, says to-day's official announcement. The^enemy's efforts were smashed by the Italian fire, which caused the enemy severe losses. In counter attacks to clear advance positions temporarily penetrated by small parties, the Italian troops were completely sue-cussful, taking 127 prisoners, four trench cannon and several machine guns. PROTECT UNIFORMS Waahinston. .luly 2.-A house bill designed to protect uniforms of tli ,;. ... .j .j, ^ PROFITEERING ON HUGE SCALE IN U. S. Washington. Jun-2 29,-Profiteering on a treptendous scale in virtually all the basic com-r modltlfis of life was reported to the Honnte today by the federal trade conimiBalon aa , the result ot an o.\hauatlve investigation. "Inohlln.-ttH greed and bare-facod fraud," as well us "war prcssur�i for heavy production." the comtuisslou reported as tUu causes. Winnipeg. July ---^f* far as t!an be learned, there were only two persons from here on tho Llandovery Castle; Lewis Shipman and George Harvey, both being orderlies on the ship. The name' of neither appears on the Hat of survivors so far. Toronto Men. Toronto. July a.-While a list ot those on board the torpedoed hospital ship Llandovor^ Castle i.s not available yet, it is already known tliat Staff Sergt. Wm. K. Knight of this |�^ity is one of the survivors. .Captain Donald Mci^iail, a eon-in-Iaw of Justice Brltton, was on hoard the vessel, but his late is unknown as is that- of I Nurse Christina Campbell, of Victoria, i H.C., whose father is at tho King Ed- j ward Hotel today. , *____ FLYING MAN KILLED Camp Borden, July 'i.-Private C. G, Crozier, training as cadet In tho Royal Flylny- Corps was instantly killed about noon today while making his first solo flight bore. His next of kin is Mrs. G. 11. Crozier, Mono Mills, Ont. FINNISH MONARCHY Washington, July 2.-Diplomatic dispatches today say that ac-. cording to the Swedish press, Germany has addressed a summons to. the Flnnish^dlet commanding it to introduce without delay mon-archial rule In Finland, falling which Germany herself will establish a military dictatorahip. OUTSIDE CIVIL SERVICE EXAM9. Ottawa, July 2.-In accordance with the provisions ot the new Civil Service Act that competitive examinations will be held in connection with appointments to the oiitside service whenever possible, the civil service coinmission will hold examinations at Woodstock. Out., on July 30, for the purpose of Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocer* and General iBfore** T "UNCLE'S LITTLE ONES" JUNGLE COMEDY LAST TIMES TONIGHT-QOLDWYN PRESENTS MABEL NORMAND IN A SPLENDID COMEDY-DRAMA � , THE VENUS MODEL"-. illil DOLLAR EIRE Mount Union, Pa., July 2.- Fire of undetermined origin destroyed four buildings of the Aetna Chemical Company's plant, a mile and a half east of here this afternoon. The loss is estimated at $1,000,000. SAMMIES HOLD POSITIONS TAKEN With the American Army on the Mamie; July 2.-(5 p.m.)-A counter attack made by the German* toda/ against the new positions won last night by the American forces' to the west of Chateau Thierry waa complettly broWun up. The Americans did not give up a foot of the ground which they had captured. . There was hot fighting today In front of Hill 204 which Is in the hands''of the Germans. At five o'clock this afternoon the American artillery was engaged In heavily shelling the positions. U. S. GOVT MAY COl^TROL THESE Washington,! � July 2.-While three oablnat Aficars were before .the'-commerce commission to-day a;ivoeat)na tha Aawell resolution, empowering-the preaidint to take over telegraph, telephone, cable and radio servicet, thi House took' . Juolkdiction over the measure frei^ that committee'and vetted Ip i�h��iMllltarysiiorKmltte*. ' Don't Bar Anythins MnXW Yoa See iff Wednesday's 'Herald AT THE EMPRESS Na;diniova. the great star of the Metro pictures, " Kevelatlon," which will be presented to-nlglit at the impress for the last time, shows her ability a.s an artistic interpreter of classic dancing in tills photoUrama. Dressed as a bacchante, a priestess of Uacchus. god of wine and revelry, with leaves In her hair, a garland of grapes across her shoulders, with a goblet in one hand, and a cluster of grapes in the other, she performs "La Bacchanal" Typicying the exhuberent spirit of revelry of a Parisian cafe. Tlie great .N'axiinova executed this dance with true artistry and poetry ot motion in graceful movements which were tdoi^I lor registration by the motion picthro camera. On tho screen, this dance Is a revelation In accurate jireacntatioii of dance movements in motion pictures. AS OUT or DATE AS HORSE CARS Says corn rings, piasters, razor �'nd eating salves are taboo now. AT STARLAND As n regular business woman at the head of a bathing suit factory. Mabel Norraand dlrect.s affairs with a high liand in "The Venus .Model," her newest Goldwyu photoplay, by H. R. Du-rant, at Starland tonight. In the character ot Kitty O'Brien she is cailed upon to manage (lie establishment in the absence of the owner and becomes the employer of his sou, who comeB to the place under an assu'med name. To Kitty tails the task of impressing on the young mnu the importance of coming to work on time, and she,shows him the Intricacies of punching the time dock. She has to do this many times, for the-new man is forever late. Good things should be passed along. It is now said that a tew drops of r. drug called treezone a))-plied directly upon a tender, aciiing corn relieves t'> > soroneas and soon the entire corn, root and all, can hi! lifted out without pain. . For little cost !i quarter ot an ounce of freezone can be obtained from any drug store which is clniiu-eil to be .sufficient to remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one'.s feet. This is a drug recently announced from Cincinnati. It is gummy but dries the nioiiient it is applied and simply sfirivels up the corn without or even irritating the healthy tissue or sldn. Cut (his out and lay it on your wife's drossier.-Advertisement. Lemon Juice For Freckles Girls! Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try it! The basis for "The Spirit ot '17" in which Jack Pickford is utarrinK at Starland, is an exceedingly timelv theme-namely, the present labor slt- S(iueezo the juice ot two lemons iiita a bottle contalnine three ounces o| orchard white, shake well, and yon have a quarter plat of the best freckl�( and tan lotion and complexion beauti/ tier, at very small coat. Your grocer has the lomoos and an,f drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for H, tew cents. Massage this sweetly I'raK' rant lotion into tho face ,neck. arniii and hands each day and sees how freck\..'] les and blemishes disappear and hot<-' ' clean, soft and white the skin becomes, Yea! It is liannicss.-Advortiseiueiitv A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come? Buy a Victory Bond or, two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trust Co. EXECUTOR, ADMINieTRATOR, ASSIGNElE. ETC. HEAD OPFICe, 818 FIFTH STREET 8. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ^-PHONE 184* Being Prepared is the main thing before you take your car out for a lonig trip. The work we do in VULCANIZING is considered the host attd will last as long as the tire. , GIVE US A TRIAL. Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F. B. MeKlnnon, Proprietor 305 Sixth Street S, Leihbrldae, Alta. ' Phone 498 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" 40 7?27 ;