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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1017 THE LETlinniDGE WKEKLY "HERALD PAGE When Tired and Nervous If the end of the day finds you weary or ini- table.withachingheadandfrayednerves.youneed something to tone and strengthen the system. BEECH AM S PILLS are a remedy which quickly helps in restoring normal conditions. They act on the stomach, liver and bowels, and so renew the strength, and steady the nerves. A few doses of these world -famed family pills will Bring Welcome Relief SL Heleai. udU S. Antrfc.. U The Variety of Designs In our collecllott of moim- merits la Eiicll thr.t cau nwct almost any requirements both as to V.IniZ and fast. also make memorials, la Drier ot every description. You'll find our work oiccllenl Din-ays and our service prompt and reasonably priced. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works The Hague, via London, July has been learned from a thoroughly re- j liable source tbat distress ID Vienna Is very grave. Mr Informant slates no wonl of actual conditions IB allowcii to reach the outside world it can be prcvenU'd. Tbo Austrian, no lei'3 than Ihe Ger- man press. Is absolutely silenced. This Information came direct from Ihe Austrian capital. The press, hi most recei'-l admits the lolal failure of negotiations (or sen- iwralc peace with auEEla, and vvarus itE readers that they .must-bo prepared [or anollicr winter ol war. For Sale GARY SAFE, In.side dimensions 9 FT. STANDING DESK. SINGLE DRAY. All In first class condition. Plume 1381 P. O. Jwc 538 lb.K-0 ORION rFrom Our own (Torrespondtn Orion. July Wm. Gllmore has just relumed from Hie trip lo On- tario- Amougsl the nev residences bel erected are Jos. Carter's, K. P. John- son's and one for (lie Pioneer agent, A. n. Rice. J. Dunbar la In Hie nelEhbqrhooft on a visit. G. Hough is buRjr'decorating up the Hotly Found in VacJinl Lot Two Uullet Wounds- No Clue Calgary, July sur- rounds Iho death ot I'ellco Conatablo Arthur Duncan, who was found dhot lo death on n vacant lot fu the (vest end of (lie city at an early hour Mon- pass er-by. Duncan was a patrolman and be was seen about midnight on his beat near the snot vrhcro the body iv a e found. I'coyle in tho nelghbor- Looil heard four shcla shortly alter twelve but H was not till hall past four the toily was found by a pusser-b-y. TLc used by tho murderer was a .-iu calibre automatic revolver, four empty shells of which wero found beside the body. Two buHels had entered Duncan's body, ono cleft :ho.ckln while- the other had lodged In ihQ vlcllm's back. Not far from Ihe body was found a travelling bag combining ope empty beer boltlt1- TLierc arc absolutely no clues end although the vollro have wired In alt directions lo hold susplcluus charac- ters they have litlle or nothing lo go on ID their hunt for tho riiurderer. The lot on which the body waa tii'd adjoins the cilice ot a lum- ber company In which there are two safes and It Is surmised that the murderer may have teen interrupted by the olticcr In tin attempt to enter the building, although thero are no signs that any such attempt made. Another possibility la that the may have been a bootlegger nllhougli ibcy generally peddle wh kty and not beer. The Canadian Pacific tracks" arc a stone's tliroiv from (lie scene of tlie crime and It would have b'een Stacev Lumber yard. easy matter Tor Ihe murderer to The Orioji ball team extend an invl-jjump a passing frelEhl and be miles talion to the Lelhbrldgc team lo comciaway [rout the scene before th and cross bate Tvllh the boys here. alarm vas given. Duncan had been on the eight jcars and was an aggressive otClcer. lie was niarrieil anil Icaie: IMPERIAL EMBLEM DISPLAYED. PeMn, July The jJmncrJal emblem U everywhere dis- played, marking the restoration of the Maacliu monarchy. There haa been no disorder. odlr.tthe emperor, Hsuan Tung, .who was re- stored to Ihe throne today explains I how, being youthful, ho was forced to relinquish sovereign power to Yuan Shi ICal, late president of the Chinese a family. GERMANS REPULSED Paris. July Ger- mans made repealed attacks last night on tho Alsac front on IjQih sides of the Allies- Palssy road. Tlio most viol- cut fighting continued throughout tho night. Today's official announcement says Ihe Germans thrown hack each UTno and finally abandoned efforts this morn- Ing. -fr Scena In "Idle Wives1" at the Orpheu-n starling Thursdr.y. IHE SIT Completely Restored To Health By St. Vitiiit Moyrae.AL, "In 1912, I was tjkeu suddenly ill with Acute Trouble and ilruiijvtl ia tlio stjvei. 1 was treated liy K'venl physicians for nearly two yc-irs, and mywoigM dropped 225 to JtO jioumU. Then several ofiuy milotry "Fniit-. t-fgjn itnfro'e almost st'itft finl am1 by using them, I Kcovcix1'! from Iho distressing Stotiiiich 'f rouble atid all pain and 1 C'ani'.i nation ucrecurc'd. N'orc I weigh 203 pomiJi. I caouot jtraisc "Frult- R-livos" enough'1. II. We. a. boxr C for ?2.CO, Irial sire, 25o Atalldeilcrsorspnt postpaldhy Fniiic 6-UiCi Limited. Ollav.a. KING EDWARD TRANSFER and AUTO LIVERY Office Phone G52 Residence phone with, disintegration and party strife, and the people appealing to him lo take over- KG administration to save the people from surfcrlos, Ilia 3'ounp emperor says, ho was compell- ed lo lake c MONTREAL GL-ASGOW Large Tirln -Screw Steamers.'- SplenrJ- Id Accommodation, Prepaid at Lowest Rates. Full Information from any Kit. or S.S. Agent, or ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Agt. DRAYING PhontB 1345 or 1356 .-Turner Witchall Office at Kennedy's 410 13th Exhibition June 28 to July 5, SINGLE FARE For Ihe Round Trip TO CALGARY From all stations ID Alberta and SaakslcJicwan.'. DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited C. P. H. Freight Ebedj PHONES Office ON SALE JUNE 27 TO JULY 5. RETURN LIMIT FULL INFORMATION FROM ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET AGENT. H. PAWSQN, District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alia. K Stiblet BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Uthbrldflt, Alfaerti We Know lilt coilniry (hor-oughly. We hive had the f RY U3. Phone of Fun nipcs, July Intcrycn- lion alone averted a riot at the of the antl-cocscripLJoa alternoon. Four arrests hy tho. cily police followed a free-Ior-aU lisht, In which antl-conacrlptlonlsta were quickly driven from tlio neighborhood of tho Market square, where the speeches Tvere to have been deliver- ed. A foreigner also was iurnatcd by district JnlellfEence officers. He will be dealt wtih tomorroiv. Pi richer Creek, July glorious day was all that was needed lo he add- ed to the huge effort mailo by Iho workers of the nod Cross and tho Agrlcu'.lural Society for the big ccJe Tilt Ian. The day arrived and was per- 'eel. It will be coulliiucd tomorrow also and a bigger crowd hoped for. The crowd'today was even more than was expected and all turned In lo en [oy themselveg. game of baseball between Cowley and Piuchcr Crepk with the .aurclR going to the home team occu- pied tho mornlug. In tho aftoi-noon Ihere wni (ud? of horses cattle, and aHhuush the entries in aH- cla.-'.scs were net na numerous as was honed 'for (he stock shown was good. There were IIQ tries In tho four horse teams, which caused considerable disappointment The'saddle horses were line and also Indian bare back races which were voted the best sport of the day. The best of the races arc to he on Tues day. The business men joined forces manned the tents, where they scU everything good to oat in the jollies etyln" possible. They a rushing business and no doubt the Red Cros effort in this district will be prelU well to Lhc Two sheep and Ihree horses were auctioned off, alsb in aid-of the Rej Cross.. The girls and ladles ivtth thi Lac's had a strenuous' day and f ere tic i putT-ft unfortunate lagless a though with a magnet. By CanaQian Overseas Corres- Canadian Ilcn'lfiuarlers in France, Sunday; 3, via London. Do- Day was celeurjtcd at noon oday liy a' triple ealvo from all the ;uhs o'ri the .Canadian corps' front. ust before pdon-Jiour the guns ceas- ed to lire, S'muUaneoubly at 12 nml again nt -2 and Tour mlu utes past tho liouir, Jiurtdrcds of guns. DROWWED IN RIVER. FRASER Vancouver, July fr'oley, well Known rancher of TJewdney, was drowned yea- tcrdfty while son was res- cued, when their row boat up- set In tho Fraser river. July un by govcmiacni ag- eniK has dtsrlcisc J the ciisloncn of a srca< consplrftfj- to ilc- struy or hinder stiliijilrg on HIP t Lakes, Iherc'jy organization ot tin: Vi'ar lirmlts ol the United States and check the How of food and munitions' malortn) from (lie western States lo the Atlantic. AT Still another to working men ''i z-i'i lyoir.fcn asks: "Is your iiomc (he i' have J reamed It d the answer to all tour questions is Idle v! AT THE EMPRESS .j Tlie Gates of Kdeii fs the feature ab v! When Joseph Case's wife dies, he I takes his baby daughter, Evclyii, to v' ihc Shaker Community, where ho lives, ills life there niakC'fi his vow lo ninrry again, for the ers do not believe in marriage. Tho, theory Is all very well for Joseph, but havoc lu Ihe lives of Ms daugli- rora lo Iho great slcsc j twceil love mfntualion. pieces. Hie shells Iroiu which tell ,n her ortcrins- miles behind the Gorman front, burst out ID a mighty" clamor. They loJJ he enemy lor the third time on Can- idn'a natal day since ihc war began .hat Lbe Dominion is In this liglil lor liberty ?.nd "democracy (.ill the last gun Is 'fired. Tliere ,vrera sjieclal Doinlnlon Day In "The Law of the (cr< and a iouinHIng Selz.irck-riftures leal a re- In by Ihe Wllllum Bard. Nonna TnlmaJge will nnucar Wcdncs- anil KviHyii love each otheK day and Thursday at Starland. thia: but are not permitted lo make tbeir popular young slar will be eeen (n ttie unlnn legal. Evelyn confesses to Jos- eiili, who has become Elder of the Shaker Community, and who no long-' er considers himself her father, but IB simply the head of the community. Evelyn is reprimanded, and Dard Is flogged and driven out of the gates ot "Eilcn." role of a young society woman ivlio frills lo underslaiid'tlic difference, hc- i part of a young slcn linnet, wlio suffered ijerseLutlons ?.t Hie liaud.s of the police, nnrt mndu a tremendous sacrifice for Ihc man elie loved. These ore but two vigorous sample3 of the groat range ot characters .which have been enacted by Miss TalinnOge.j points hehind tlie i in six.years sho hag been lines. At iho corjps'-hcadfiuartcrs the j byfore Lhe moving piclure csrriprR ahe corps commander and his staff at- lias been seen lu a'most every conceiv-: i, AT FOREMOST Foremost, crowds tended the celehratlon at Foremoat to atout ?300 being realized on 111 unda for "the lied Cross society lcli took n portion of ibe re Over 100 aulos, were In town, ant? the sporta eventM were carried on great The commitllee charge ot the events were, A. J. Don- ahoe, Jack Gillis, n. S. U. A. WiHse, Jpe Watts and n. A. Gillis. L'ucky-SLrlke ivon the first hall game trota Elzikom, 1-1 lo 2, and Foremost ivon the second from Burdclt, 13 to 9. tended." The sermon, [jreaclicil by Ll bishop, had special rcfercncQ to the jubilER of Confcd- cratloa, and., io tho great part taken in tho wa'r hy men of the over- seas. Domlalons. liad come froui all parts of the ivorld lo fight for human liberty.' The graves of Can- adians who had- fallen, were lo ho found wherever the fighting had been fiercest, hul their souls were not Ihiis Their sacrifice- must not ho In vain. '.The men before him were, he declared, tho trustees of the blessed and would "carry on" able sorl of role, from comedy -which verged ujion high-.trag- edy. 1111 n final complete victory vras won. AT COALDALE Coaldalc, July unexpectedly largo "crowd attended the Red Crous celebr.illon hero today, arid the auc- tion sale for this purpose realized some big sums, all articles bringing good prices. The bidding was spirited, and everybody satisfied. The ball game in the.- evening between. Coaldale and Leihbridge iras won by tlio city team 11 to 4. WILSON'S FlY RADS W1IL KILL MORE THAN, OF AMY. STICKY fLV CATCHER Clean to handle. Sold by all icisla, Grocers and General KI ore a. Sydney, N.SF.W.. July lo general expectations, Premier Hughes iad" not annplmc'cd another conscrip- He has salil (lie ;oTe'frimeuL-put'forward Its proposals aat year for.cpnipulsory service on the )asls; '.Iial troops per month tilrq'd five AustrnHRn atfuli (Ighiing strength. Lat- er proved the Ilrlt- sli loo high. The ;ovemmQht'nbw'appen.ied to Australin o" raise at least recruits monlhly voluntoTlIjiy.jt also desired lo secure number of recruits would to he given to he remaining members of the first dl- vision.' so" ihcy may return lo Australia'fof real. Ilenun's Auto Livery 24 Hour Servlcs Capable Driven Phone 5312' Dallas Hotel The Hudson Auto Livery 7-PASSENQER CAR STAND: PALACE CONFECT- fONEHY, PHONE 668 "Mstl .Me at (he Palace" Will Nat Be in Lethbridge In an ertdeavjf lo protect you from the big advances In the tOEl of funeral goods we have purchased an enormous stock of high grade goods prior Lo another advance In prices, effective June 20lh, which places us In a position to furndh you with modtrn goods at oxccptltfnafly (ovv prices. Your patronage solicited. Qfve UK a call and we will save you money and at the sattid time give you a you will appreciate. MacKay MacKay PHONE THIRO AVE, EIGHTH ST. fFmm Our Ofrn Foremost, July Red Ores? Society met at Iho home of Mrs. O Schtnnour. Mrs. Schlnnour had quite a largo attendance of the ladles cf the Red Cross. Tier. R. DavJdgft, Methodist minister. jeft lasl week for McGregor, his new field of labor. He 13 succeeded In Foremost by Rev. Mr. H, H, Parker, Ksq., inspector of echools, ForomoaL, has IcH for Ed monton. Mr. Parker Is lo work on Uu library ronimdlec at headquarters 110 returns to Foremost sometime in August. Fotcmoat Consolidated School clos ed on Friday, 20tU for the summer vacation. The rapid growth of thr town haa had Iho effect of Bin doubling the number of pupils on tlie register, during tho term Just closed Carrlnglon nnd WnlU arc erecting a spacious garage. Mr. Gowan has contracted for same. This wit] the other fine garage a dlrendy In (own .ensure to tho motoring comimin Ity every convenience, Mr. Watson has started to build his new home, 7.1 r, Weslbrook la nla building a residence fn town. Rain on Thursday was welcome to the farmers, In the opinion o the hiajo'rlty of fanners here, the crop looking good, the need of rain {n Bide.of eight or ten days was spoken of by oil. The crop on summer fallow la very Late sown grain will reed n lot rn'jre rain, Taking things ell round the farmers eccm. lo tmvO good reasons In bo optimistic. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO -'V AT THE ORPHEUM or cautions In "Idle' The the Universal sociological dra- ma comes lo the Orphcum lhcatfe''on Thursday next, give'an idea ,of tho comprehensive appeal of-the plmy. One appeal addressed Lo the working girls asks: "Are you thinking you .ivoulcV bo happier away froin home re- Another, lo husbands end wives, queries, "Are-you slovrly .but] surely drifting A young men demands: ''Are you useful i B citizens or are j-ou a menace, to soc- jRPHEUI tl TONIGHT "Sir. DoJiui 1'roiH Nov York." Featuring Jack Mulhall. Also CHARLES CHAPLIN In New' LAST TIMES TONIGHT MA-KIE DOIU) IN 'CASTLES TOR TWO' BOSCOE (FATTY) AHBiJC.K.lip IN "THE BUTCHER BOY" 2-REELS SFuciAL AND THURSDAY LEWIS J, SELZNICK THE BEAUTIFUL, EMOTIONAL STAN ._ NOKMAiTALMADGE UT ii E LA .w ;o r- c o M r E N s AT i o N? A Wonderful Six-Reel Romance, Joy, Ttars and Love. A] Splendid Comedy will .on the game-program. By requeit Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming will from "Tales of Hoffman." Performances dally, at'2.00, 3.45, 7.00 and 9.00 20c'AMD 5c. EVENING 25c' AND MPRESQ ViolB Daiia in Itie Gates of Eden' A Metro Wonderp'lsy In 5-Actp. Also L-KO Comedy and Powers Cartoons LAST.-TIME and Travel Series. Don't forget Lho Edison TJlamond Disc at the "Y" tonlehl. at 171-1 ORPHEUM Thursday, Friday ami Saturday. The Big Special of the Season PRICES: AJJlls 50c, Children !5c.' Malint! .Pally.. Adults 35c, Child- ren 15c. ,tho Plr.y Tnal Lifts thfe Blind From Society's Glass'Ho'usss. produced by Lois and Philip Sma'lty. A guaranteed Attrdctlpn, ;