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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TCN THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. JULY % im BIG CELEBRAIl (From Our Own Corrpspond^nt) Sragrath. 1-Miss Gwondolyn ! Merrill, o( Glcnwood. iind ^Ir Uyrciii ; ringreo Tanner wore luurricii Sntitr-[ day ntglit at the home of Fred Kar-i ren, by Itislioi) Levi IlarUer. .Missi Merrill has been takinK :i nursltis; j course at the L. D. S. liospirnl ior tin' j laet two years. Mr. r. Tanner ha? bei^n ! on a mission in the Kuptcrn Slates for I tlio last two or three ycar.^. The wed- 1 ding is a culmination ol' early sweet- , heart days, and we wish the niiirried \ Conpio the best of everyiliiiip for the j future. They are Koin.i; by auto on a trip through Jlontana. Idaho aiul I'tah �with Mr. :ind Mrs. Fred K.irren. Magrath ha.'; been vi.-iited by a good { shower last week. It g;ive everythiua THIS WOMi She Proved that Lydia E. j Pinkham's Vegetable Com- ' pound Does Help Suffer- { ing Women WaUrtown. N. Y.-" Last fall when I was expecting to become a mother I wa. the :air ground.^ far all, .\ ' Uuttc crowd was assembled. l!;)rse' r.ices. anm races, etc.. were given for, tlie crouil's e!itertiu!inx'ni. Tlie day. w:is alsj) u.-ed for a Itcd Cross drive ! and a1 all booths refreshments were ; sold for (lie benefit of the lied Cross. � For the last week a canviss has 1 been made of the district for differ-j ent Hrticles. and the auction sale of] these ibings was the chief feature of! ihe day. At noon .and all day, luncli has been stvved in the Heathershaw building. ani;l at night a grand ball ended the Mi Muniey taken in from all en-' te,",prists will be turned over to the! Keel Cross Society. This is the sec-ond Ked Cross di'ive this year, and in -ipiie of that, and even though the croiis are not the best; everyone is help ing to their limit. Tags were also sold by young ladie.s of the town. Louis Fellger. F. .\. tJeddes. John H. Turner, .las. .\tkinson and .Mi-. Moone spent the week end at Glacier i Park, in Montana. They expect to be j back the first of this week. A LIFEIll OF Prevented by "Frult-a-tlYes" TheWondertui Fruit Medicine 63 Maisosxkuvf. St., HtJU., Qu*. "In my o|iinioa, no other inejiciiie 1 is so good as 'Kruit-a-tives' for Indigestion and Constipation. I'or years, 1 stuTereJ with these dreaded diseases, tning all kincl.sof treatments until I was told I xtiia incurable. One Jay a friend told me to try 'l"ruit-a-tives'. To my surprise, I found this medicine gave immediate relief, and in .1 ihort time I was all right agala". nOX.-VT LALOXDK oOc. a box, G for trial .slro 25c. At all dealers or from rruit-a-lives Limited, Ottawa, 3 GETS TWO YEARS Paris. July r,.-(By the Havas Agency.I-Upou his conviction on a charge of trading with the enemy through a press campaign which be carried out under the aspiration of Abbas Hiinii. former Khedive : of ngypt, M. Hanaum. an Italian journalist, has been sentenced to two years in prison. He wa8 granted a reprive by thcr court Amstcrdiim. .Inly i.'.-Caplain Harold S. Spencer, of thi->- Britlsli army, and the ali.rjXi'd Ccrman l.ilack hook, meutioucd in the trial in Ldiidon last uionili of .Noel I'euilicrton-lliliir.Er, on the charge of llbelliuit .Miss ^laud Alien, dancer, were the suhjoct of a comniiinlcation puhlisliod Friday evening In a Berlin newspaper '�from a well-infornied �source." Capt;;iu Spencer, who. according to statements made at the lime of the trial, was a member of the Iiucrnut-ional army in .-Mbani and aid to Prince William of Wioii. ami later a member of the Uriiisii Air l-'orces, testified that a blacii l>i>ok p/cpared by Cierman secret servici> aKcnis. containing tlie name,-; -IT.OUO P,:-itish persons said to he addicted to vice and lield in bonda.^zio 10 Cermany through fear of exposure, had been sliown (o him hy i'riiice William of Wied. while he was at the head of the .\lbanian govornmcut. Tlie communication in the iicrlin newspaper say.s Captain tSpenccr never was an adjutant of Prince William of Wied, ari h:'d been asserted, neither had he been In the sen-ice of the prince's Albanian Govrnment hi any capacity. SCHOOL HOLDS CLOSING EXEIiCISE Mld-wny between Wrentlmm and Xew Dayton is located tho Independent, adjoining the farm of R. E, Skeith, of LethbridKo. A public examination and closing exorcises were hold in tho Indepon-dent S. D. 3101, Friday. Juno 28. The school room was liternlly jammod with old and young. Tho following aiitoiuobilee camo I ilen and packed with their human freight: .Mr. Wm. N'iito, Miss Mnrino Brandley, Mr. Chris. Selk, Mr. Uan Ostlnnd, Mr, Whitclioll, Jr., ?>Ir. Kelson (from Ty-rells Lake), Mrs. Herman lllober and .Mr. J. 0. Xlolsen, with carriages and J, Nlolson, horseback. The trustees of Hie school, Mr. Chris .Selk, -Mr. Dan Ofctlund and Mr, J. C, Nielsen, (Chalrnuin' of the School Board) provided caudles, lomonndo, oranges, chewing guiii, pea nuts, etc.. whiles Mesdames Herman and Illeber and Miss Volma Selk caiuo with two ice cream freezers and the largo crowd were regaled and plenty left o^er. It was pure, country, homemade ico cream. Mr. J. C. Nielsen, one of tho '.ocal Mormon orators, gave a vigorous minute speech which wa� enjoyed by all. .Mrs. Julia (^hristianson acted ns ciiairman of the entertainment, and song, rec!f.'.:lon. dance and dialogue tollowe > � ? > > > > � : ? * Ottawa, July 3.-Dr. Beland > and his daughter have arrived ? safely in London. An official > cable to this effect was roceiv-: cd hero today from Sir Goorgu ? Fcrlej', high commissioner tor ? Canada. : Dr. Beland was In Belg'um at ? tho outbreak of the war. Ho was taken prisoner ot war a,id > recently exchanged, : U. S. CASUALTIES. Washington, July 3.-Tho Amorloan army casualty' Hsta today contained olghts^^flVo rjatnos inoliirting Prlvnto Os-burn Boll, Pictou, N.S., nris-sing in action. Tho list divided as follows: Killed in ao'tion, 18; died of wounds, ri; diod ot accident and other causes, G; died ot disease, 4; wounded severely, 12; mis-alng In action, 3ti. ? ? ? ? ? ? * * � Far more effective than Sticky Fly Catchers. Clean (o handle. Sold by Druggista and Oroccra everywhere. JEWS PERSECUTED Amsterdam, July 3.-Antl-Sem-etic outbreaks have occurred in Jaroslau and other Galiclan towns, according to information received by the Jewish correspondence bureau from Vienna. Jewish residents, it Is declared, have been macle the victims of excesses and their shops have been plundere.H. The authorities, the advices state, refuse to Interfere. SUICIDED. Vancouver, July 3, - Suicide while suffering from mental depression was the verdict returned by the jury which Inquired Into the circumstances surrounding the death of Mrs. Catharine Conwelt, whose body was found h'lnglng by a rope in the kitchen of her apartments last Sunday morning. The evidence revealed, a story of want and melancholia, the woman having come to the city from Calgary in April last, being apparently dissatisfied with the condition* of her life In that city. RECORD IN GUN-MAKING. Washington, July 3,-American-built 155 millimetre howitzers are now moving to France, supplementing the equipment of General Pershing's troops heretofore obtained from French ordnance factories. One American firm which has never touched ordnance work of any character before America's entry Into the war, Is turning out these guns at a rate of ten a day from a factory, the site of. which was a flourishing corn field last August. A MISUNDFRSTANDING. lyondon, .liily 'J.-A misunderstanding between ihe Dutch and allied govornmcnls concerning the kind ot goods transported by tho GermanB over the Liniliourg railway Is reported by the corro.HpoaUont ot the Dally Mall at The Hague. The Iroublt! Is ascribed to conflicting lnterpretation.s of llin recent ag-reomont beiweon Iho allied govern-monts and Holland. NOTICE Ga(i_ coiisumois will please bo advised th.iit their giita accounts will still ho payahla at tho Canadian Bank of CoMimerco as liorelofore. Cnuadiaii M'cstorn Natural Gas, Light, lk)ut and Power Co., Ltd, jjfc. 17ft-0 New July Numbers of f 0 j& Metropolitan Opera Orchestra Makes Records Exclusively for Columbia ^ rhe~'enlistmcnt"of this historic organization under the Columbia standard is the best proof of how high that standard is held. And this first glorious record of Faust's famous Ballet Music is only a proo3dsc of what is to come. A6041-$1.50 - -- Aispaiifo Farrar Joins The Columbia Constellatioi This brilliant young American soprano makes a particularly happy debut with a record including "Sweet and Low" and "Mighty Lais' a Rose." Rarely beautiful songs both, enriched by a voice of radiant loveliness. A2535-$1.00 iNew\i)rk PhilliaLtincmc Plays ["Wctor Herberts American Fantasid'; American war songs In a thrilling medley that fairly flames with patriotism. A record that explains why this great symphony orchestra won such thunderous applause in its cantonment concerts. A6040-$1.50 39 other Splendid Selections in July List Send Bon>� rtcorda to your Boidier, There's a Crafonola in hia Y. M. C. A. or Knights of Columbua but. Nc9 Cokmtla Recrndt on taU tho 20t/i a/every month J CXlLiniBIA GRAPHOPHONE COr.irAHT. TtjRONTO CahakUGnffwh rrk.$IM Vr>Ui.l�lricBatv, IHE KENNY & ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel .Phon^ 1487 ^ 7he Drug-BooK Storti 51626? 18703915 ;