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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1017 THE LETimnmGE WEEKLY HERALD PAGE FIVE When Tired and Nervous If the end of the day finds you weary or irri-table,with achingheadand frayed nerves,you need something to tone and strengthen the system. BEEMMM'S PILLS are a remedy which quickly helps in restoring normal conditions. They acton 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 tra**ratl ml? by ThnmM M**eh*m, St. Helrnf. Laaeaihir*. EniriiinJ. S�14 mrrvliir* ia Canada and U. S. Amntk*. la koiti, 25 nit. Hotly Found in Vacant Lot With Two Hullet Wounds- No Clue The Variety of Designs In our collection of monuments Is such Unit we can meet almost any requirements both as to kind and cost. Wo also make, memorials to order of every description. You'll find outwork excellent always ami our service prompt and reasonably priced. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works The Hague, via London, July ?,.-It has been learned from n thoroughly ro-! liable .source that distress in Vienna In very grave. My informant states no word of actual conditions is allowed to roach tin." outside world ^j'hen it can be prevented. The Austrian, no less than the German press, is absolutely silenced. This information came direct from the Austrian capital. The press, in most recent issues, now admits the total failure of negotiations for sep-parate pence with Russia, and warns Its readers that they must be prepared for another winter of war. ORION (From Our Own Cnrrcsponaenn Orion, July 2.-Mr. Wm, Gilmoro has just returned from his trip to Ontario. Amongst the new residences being erected are ,los. Carter's. K. P. Johnson's and one. for the Pioneer agent, Calgary, July H.- Mystery surrounds the death of Pallce Constable Arthur Duncan, who was found shot to deslh on n vacant lot. in the west end of the city at an early hour Mon-passer-by. Duncan was a patrolman and ho was last seen about midnight on his beat near the spot where the body was found. People in (lie neighborhood heard four shots shortly after twelve but it was not. till half past four the body was found by a passcr-b-y. The weapon used by tho murderer was a .}"> calibre automatic revolver, four empty shells of which were found beside the body. Two bullets had entered Duncan's body, one cleft the.chin while the other had lodged in the victim's back. Not far from the body was found a travelling hag containing one empty beer bottle. There are absolutely no clues and although the police have wired in all directions to hold suspicious ciiarac ters they have little or nothing to go on in thoir hunt, for tho murderer. The lot on which the body was found adjoins the office of a lumber company in which there are two safes and. it is surmised that the murderer may have boon interrupted by the officer in an attempt to enter the building, although there are no signs that any such attempt was made. Another possibility is that, the assassin may have been a bootlegger, although they generally peddle whis- GILLETTS LYE �. ? * : : : : : : : ? throughout, the; night. Today's official announcement says the Germans were thrown > back each fiTne and. finally abandoned efforts this morn- * Ins. * * * * * * STRIC KEN IN THE TREET Scene In "Idle Wives'" at the Orpheum starting Thursday. Coriipieisiy Restored To Health By "Fruit-a-tives" I!3'J St. Vamkk Sr., MoNTMMI.. "In 1911.', I was taken suddenly ill with Acute Slomnrh Trouble and dropped in the street. T was treated ; by several physicians for nearly two j yrui.i, and mv weight dropped from 225 ] pound.* to 100 pounds. Then several j of my friends advised me to try "Fruit* I a-tiv .> > .) DROWNED IN RIVER. FRASER Calgary Exhibition June 28 to July 5. SINGLE FARE For the Round Trip TO CALGARY From all stations in Alberta and Saskatchewan, TICKETS ON SALE JUNE 27 TO JULY 5. RETURN LIMIT JULY 7, 1917. FULL INFORMATION FROM ANY CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET AGENT R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alta. Ad. IC Vancouver, .Tidy 3.-Thomas Foley, well known rancher of Uewdney, was drowned yesterday while his son was rescued, when their row boat upset in the Fraser river. .-. a a .-. (liy the Canadian Overseas Corres- pondent). Canadian Headquarters in France, Sunday, .Inly 1, via London. - Dominion Day was celebrated at noon today by a triple salvo from all tho guns on tho Canadian corps' front, �lust before noon hour the guns (teased to fire. Simultaneously at 1-o'clock, and again at " and four minutes past the hour, hundreds of guns, from 1S-pounders to the great siege pieces, the shells from which fell miles behind the German front, hurst out in a mighty clamor. They told tho enemy for the third time on Canada's natal day since the war began that the Dominion is In this fight for liberty and democracy till the last gun is fired. There were special Dominion Day services at various points behind the lines. At the corps' headquarters the corps commander and his staff attended. The sermon, preached by a distinguished bishop, had special reference to the jubilee of Confederation, and to (lie great part taken in the war by tho men of the over-jseas Dominions, who had crane from pretty |al] parts of ,|10 wori,j l(, fjK,t for human liberty. The graves of Canadians who hail fallen were to he ,......, .found wherever the fighting had been Cross. The girls and ladies with the (fiercest, but their souls were not thus tags had a strenuous day and ferctted i poisoned. Their sacrifice Washington, July 2.- Sonet invent jg;u inn by government agent:- lias ill.-elo.-ed Hie e.xi Uetu e of a ureal conspiracy to destroy or binder shipping on the Great Lakes, and thereby delay organization of tho war armies of tli" I'nited Stall's and chock the Mow of food and munitions' material from the western Stat".s to the Atlantic. e Still another to working men i '�.mien asks: "Is your homo the i ,r- you have always dreamed it o ..' be?" And the answer to all four piestions is "See Idle Wives." AT STAHLAND In "The Law of Compensation," the RobnicU-PIetures feature in which Norma Tnlniadge will appear Wodne"-day and Thursday at Starland, this popular young star will be seen in the role of a young society woman who fails to understand the difference ho- j s"lwi"kt�r put a poor unfortunate though with a magnet. taglcss as AT FOREMOST Foremost, July 2.-Huge crowds attended the celebration at Foremost, today, about $300 being realized on the grounds for the Red Cross society, which took a portion of the rect^i , Over 100 autos were in town, am? the sports events wero, carried oil u-.u great success. The committtee in charge of the events were, A. J. Don-ahoe, Jack Gillis, R. S. Beattie, U. A. Wiltse, Joe Watts and R. A. Gillis. Lucky Strike won the first ball game from Etzikoni, 11 to 2, and Foremost won the second from Hurdett, 13 to !). must not ho in vain. The men before him were, lie declared, the trustees of tho blessed dead, and would "carry on" till a final complete victory was" won. twoen love and infatuation In "Pant lien," Iht previous offering', she played the part of a young Russian pianist, who suffered persecutions at the hands of (he police, and made i "Kden a tremendous sacrifice for the man she loved. These tire hut two vigorous samples of (he great range of characters which have been enact"d by Miss Talmadce. In tin' six years she has been playing before the moving picture camera she has been seen in almost every conceivable sort, of role, from comedy which verged upon burlesque, to high tragedy. I AT THE EMPRESS The Gates of I'.den is the feature at the Kinprcss tonight. | When Joseph Case's wife dies, ha talcs his baby daughter, Kvelyn, to the Shaker Community, where ho lives. His life there makes irrevocable i his vow to marry again, for the Shak-! ers do not believe iii marriage. The i theory is ;ili very well for Joseph, but | works havoc in (he lives of his (laugh-. ior. ICvelyn, and a foundling brought up by Hie community, William Bard. William and Kvi-iyn love each other, but are not permitted to make their ; union legal. F.velyn confesses to Joseph, who lias become Elder of the Community, and who no long- er considers himself her father, but Is simply the head of the community. ICvelyu is reprimanded, and Bard is (logged and driven out of the gates pt Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists. Grocers and General Stores. Henim's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Oalla* Hotel The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PA8SENGER CAR 8TAND: PALACE CONFECT' IONERY, PHONE 668 "Meet Me at the Palace" Co& of Funeral Goods Will Not Be Increased in Lethbridge In an endeavor to protect you from the big advances In the cost of funeral good* we have purchased an enormous stock of high grade good* prior to another advance in prices, effective June 20th, which places ua In a position to furnish you with modern goods at exceptionally low prices, Your patronage solicited. Give us a call and we will save you money and at the same time give you a service you will appreciate. MacKay & MacKay UNDERTAKERS PHONE 1302 THIRD AVE. & EIGHTH ST. OUT OF TOWN ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO 8, AT COALDALE Coaldale, July 2,-An unexpectedly largo crowd attended the Red Cross celebration hero today, and the auction sale for this purpose realized some big sums, all articles bringing good prices. The bidding was spirited, and everybody was satisfied. The ball game in the evening between Coaldale and Lethbridge was won by the city team 11 to 4. I ONE MORE TRIAL OF AT THE ORPHEUM i The "Leaders" or captions In "Idle; Wives," the Universal sociological dra- | ma comes to ibe Orpheum theatre on 1 Thursday next, give an idea of the I comprehensive appeal of the. play. One j appeal addressed to tho working girls j asks: "Are yon thinking yon would; lie happier away from home re-j struint?" Another, to husbands and' wives, queries, "Are you slowly but j surely drifting apart?" A third to j young men demands: ''Are you useful i citizens or are you a menace to hoc- RPHEU M TONIGHT "Mr. Dohni from New York." Featuring Jack Mulhall. Also CHARLES CHAPLIN In "The New Janitor" Sydney, N.S.W., July 2.-Contrary to general expectations, Premier Hughes had not announced another conscription referendum. He has said the government put forward its proposals last year for compulsory service on the basis that 10,500 troops per month were required to keep five Australian divisions at full fighting strength. Later experience happily proved the British war office estimate too high. The government now appealed to Australia to raise at least 7,000 recruits monthly voluntarily. It also desired to secure such an additional number of recruits as would enable leave to lie given to the remaining members of tho first division so that they may return to Australia for n rest. LAST TIMES TONIGHT MARIE DORO IN IA CASTLES FOR TWO'I ROSCOE (FATTY) AHBUCKLE IN "THE BUTCHER BOY" 2-REELS SOCIAL ATTRACTION, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY LEWIS J. SELZNICK PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL, EMOTIONAL STAL NORMA TALMADGE IN C O M VEN S AT ION" Joy, Tears and Love. A| Splendid Comedy will shown on the same program. By request Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming will sing "Bacarole," from "Tales of Hoffman." Performances daily at 2.00, 3,45, 7.00 and 9.00 ADMISSION-MATINEES 20c AND 5c. EVENING 25c AND 15o "THE LAW OF A Wonderful Six-Reel Drama of Romano (From Our Own Corr�sponi3ont> Foremost, July 1.-The Red Cross Society met at tho home of Mrs. G Schinnotir. Mrs. Schinnour had quite a largo attendance of the ladies of the Red Cross. Uev. E. Davldgo, Methodist minister left last week for Lake McGregor, his new field of labor. He is succeeded in Foremost by Rev. Mr. Wilfred. H. R. Parker, Ksq., 13.A., Inspector of schools, Foremost, has left for Edmonton. Mr. Parker is to work on thr library committee at headquarters. He returns to Foremost sometime in August, Foremost Consolidated School closed on Friday, 29th for tho summer vacation. Tho rapid growth of thr town has had tho effect of almoBt doubling the number of pupils on the register, during tho term just, closed. Mews. Carrington and WallR are erecting a spacious garage. Mr, Gowan has contracted for same. This with the Qthor fine garages already in town, Will onsuro to tho motoring com mini lty evory convenience. Mr. Watson has started to build his new home. Mr. Westbrook is also building a rosfdonco in town. Rain on Thursday was welcomo to the farmers. While in the opinion of the majority of farmers hero, the crop was looking good, tho need of rain in side of oight or ten dayH was spoken of by all. The crop on summer fallow Is very promising. Late sown grain will need a lot more rain. Taking things all round the farmers seem to have good reasons to be optimistic. FREE TO ALL. Don't forget the lildlsou Diamond Disc Recital at the "Y" tonight, at 8.30. 171-1 CTPRESC . Viola Dana in 'The Gates of Eden J^l TONIGHT \Jf LAST TIME A Metro Wonderplay In 5-Actn. Also L-KO Comedy and Powers Cartoon* and Travel Series. 69 ;