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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta i'HUHSDAY, JULY 0, 1916 THE LETIinniDGR nATl.Y FfKRAI.t? PAGE FIVE "Hike" to Our Fountain It is open today with some of the tastiest, purest, and moat dell-cio ;s sodci water drinl > ;� : : : : > : ;..;. .;. lORIES AVE WILD ROW Cranbrook, H. V.., July 5.-The nu'ct-5 last nlj.-lil In Chxpp'.s Hall or' lliu sal Consurvalivu Associatioti to me delegates to the nomluatiiif; nvontlon called for TliursUay cvyii-i, ,Iuly (Itli, was cliaracterizcd by me wild scenes and plain spouk-5, resulting in tlio l^ormalion of a W organization, known as the Young inserval Ives' assodation. When tlie ieliiig was called to order, over fo\ir Jidred men jiackod the liall and (ndlng room was at a premium. The 1 commenced wlign a member of ! Watts-.MoFnrla.Te faction nomln-id twenty-seven delegate.s to the ivention, all strong supporters of It particular winK- The cllma.K was ichod, however, when olcl-llme Con-vatives, some of them members � tlie past twelve years, were re-10(1 a vote because the membersliip s had not been i)ai(l five days in ad-ico. One of the men singled out B Nils Hanson, one ot the staunch-, supporters of the i)arty. From ;n on there was i)lain talking, men lied a siiade a spade, and other ngs that would not look good in ! columns of the Lelh-bridge ller-l. The Young Conservatives' fac-n tried by every conceivable means \ bring about an amicable settle-Bnt ot tlie difnc\ilty, but to no pur- IBO. Jt is said that (he Watts-.McFarlane lug 'iilugged" thirty-si.K names on e list during the last : .;. .j SIR ROGER'S APPEAL HEARD JULY 17TH l.,on(Ion, July fi.-Tlie appeal ot Sir Roger Cusoment from the sentence of death for high treason, which will bo heard July 17th, will be argued bi;-foro five judges in the court of apiioals. Justice Darling will preside. Other nieinbers ot the court will be Justices Ciay, Lawrence, Scrultou' and Atkins. . ? ? ? ? > ; bearer lor the Young Conservatives. The convention tomorrow night is 1)0-ing awaited with intense Interest. Son Dies in England Malcolm Mcliacheru yesterday received the sad intelligence from tlie war ofllce of the death of his sou David, wiiose death occurred at Stiorn-cllffe, England, as a result of pneumonia. The news came as a great shock to his parents, who are old residents of this city and who are receiving the sympathy ot the entire community in tlieir loss. Anotlier brother, (Miarles is serving with the colors. .VJrs. F. A. Small of Canal Flats is a sister ot the deceased. P. A. Grenon, formerly of the Herald staff, is in hospital in Kngland, suffering from wounds received in the big Ypres battle. Word received by A. Ij. McUermot yesterday conveyed the news that he was doing nicely, although seriously wounded. He was the only ono of a comiiany to oscaiie death, liaving to crawl tliree miles to escape shell lire and be taken to a dressing station. t.,i)!uloii. .luly (!.-Tile comphile details of LUiyddcorge'R Hellenic for prn-vlsional lioini! rule for Irc^lnnd is liul'-llKhed in the morning paiic;rs. The tollowihg ;iri' tlie principal features: I. -An Irish hoiiHe of commons will be conHllluliil iiy llie transfer to the-Irish parliamciil of 7S members now sitting In llic Kiigllsli house for tlie I 2IJ home rule counties. The total I Irish repri'scutiiliou in tlie Impei'lai , I liouse of ((imuK/iis in UK',, of which I membi'ra sit lor the six I'lsler conn-j : ties iirovisiDUiilly excluded from home i i rule. I L'.- -Of llic Ts nicmhcrs In lu; trans-f(!rrcd to tni- Irisli liouse, Tti are Nationalists or lnilc|ii'MdeiUs, wlllle t�o are fIni(i;iistK, uaiui'ly Sir ICdward Cai'-Hon and J. 11. .M. t'.unipbcll, attorney-gcmoral for lic-land. TlH'se two members r(!iirescMI Trinity rollege at Diili-|lln. Tlu'.y have l)utli cousenled to sit j in the hoiiie rule imrliamenl and oil j tills fad sonic holies are liased for future amity. :!.--Mei.ihi Is of the Irisli commons will retnin tliclr scats in the Knglish house, and will often, be seen there, 1 as the Irisli bocly is not (ixiiected to | have much IiuhIucss to transact at llrst. 4.-(^onsidiual)lc i'c|ireK(!ntation of thu I'uioiiist interests in the south and west of Ireland will bi; provided tiirough the nmninatifin of their representatives to Ihc. irisli senate. It i.M ])rup()H(r(\ llial llie senate Hit and act with the Irish commons during the temporary settlement, thus safeguarding the Interests of tlie Unlon- iBt. 5. -The temporary "(�ttlement is to continue until one year after the termination of the war. .M that time the whole arrang('ment will c(une un-j der the review of the great imperial confcrcsMce, whicli is to he held to adjust the government of the empire. C.-The framework of Irish finance in tlie home rule act will not be altered, but some inrreasos will be made in thi^ sum to be transferred to Irish revenues from tlie imperial treasury. 7.-A new lord-lieutenant will shortly be apnoiiilert as a preliminary to the adoption of the new arrangement. MAJOR GAULT IS STILL VERY ILL Montreal, July r,. The G�-Zfilli-'s corresponili'iil in London cabled lasl night: ".Majiu' ilnmillon Oault, who has iir-rivod at the Wesi Kud hospital, is still in a serious icni-ditlon ami is not allowed to see visitors. In miilitlon to Injuries to his remaliiiMg leg. hi' was rather iipsct by llic voyage." CROPS AIEIIOM IN GOOD SHAPE A Fine Slant!-Good Time on The First-liidinK lon-tests Exciting CLAIM STATEMENTS MUST BE IN ENGLISH Winnipeg, July 5.-Chief Justice Mathers today made a formal order refusing an application for a mandamus to compel the court prothonotory to accejit a statement of claim writ-ton in tho French language. wlii(!li was tendered liim in a civil suit. This order met the views of counsel on both sides and expedites the next step in the test case, which will he an appeal to the court of appeals. J. P. Dumas .M.P.P.. for St. Uoniface, is the nominal plaintiff in the action and it is stated that in anbseciuent procendlngH, J. S. I'^wart, K. C, Ottawa, will represent him. What the Press Agents Say At the Empress Tlie feature for Friday and Saturday at tlie linipress is "The Gilded Spider." a tivepart Bluebird. As the story runs Cyrus Kirkham, a globe trotter, happens in town while tlio carnival is at its height, and sees Leonita, who is a dancer by piofes-aion, dancing on tho village green. In a covetous mood lie offers her rnoney to dunce for him and his friends at a certain inn, where her husband, who accompanies her. is given drugged wine to enable Cyrus Kirkham to kidnap the feautlfnl dancer. At St;ulaii(l A throe-cornered struggle for an innocent woman participated in by her liusband, an intriguer, and llie victim of a former successful coup by jthis crawling snake, forms the basis of the thrilling story, "The Mummy and the Humming Hird." featuring the great Frohnian star, Charles Clherry, which will be shown for tho last times at Starlnnd tonight. Tiie play abounds in suspense, in scenes ot gripping intensity, and in moments of breathless dramatic thrill, as three strong wills clash in tho struggle for mastery. in addition to this great feature, the last of tlie "Across Australia" series and (lie latest War tiaaetto will ho shown, and Miss .Mice Simin will sing. Consliptw Helps the System to Cure Itself. You cannot cure constipation bv violent methods. Violence is jiovor effective against n.uturo. Tliat is why the iiise of morning salts an Talio Dr. CusscH't /nsfiiiif linliot tar constiim/ioti. l)i'tKiii.iiii.M�, (of pid Ihor, Bid! (icmilaclip ilfjjinesa, sprc'im hvloro f.lii) I'l/m, yintiilrni-tf (inil windy minewH, itetdit.y, Itmtrtburn, iiniiura liluod, (iiul t/iot. dull, Itisui'v /ooliiiw ti!/iir/i in 11 surii iiiiiirufion u/ Iii)fi' (roulilua. Price eo Cents from all Druggists and Storekeepers. or dirent from the uolu at'enlB tor ainada. llaroUl F. Bitchie and tlo., Ijtil., 10, ilcOual Struct, Toronto. War Tax, Z ueinn oxtra. Or. CasBCll's Instant Rolisf is tho oompanlan to Dr. Cassoll's Tablets. Sole Proprlatora �� Or. CaualVa Co., Ltd., .Uanc/iesfor, BnolaiiiJ. At the Oi'pheiiiii Tho re � V Da wsoN-y ou .vg A quiet wedding took place last night at St. vndreWs manse when Rev. Wm. A. jNlchol united in marriage, Miss nilzabetli Davidson Young of New Soutli Wales, Australia and Mr. James Sinclair Dawson of this i city. The cerenirny was witnessed 1 by Mrs. J. G. Loadbetter and Mr. John Stranach. * * n . SMITH-ROTSAEHT Wednesday afternoon at H o'clock at St. Barnabas' church, Hillhurst, CalgUry, Kov. Canon Hayes united in marriage Miss Sylvia Rotsaert and Private Jack Smith, a returned hero of Ypres. Tho ceremony was witnessed by a number of friends of tiio young couple, the comrades of tlie groom In the "Fighting Tenth" at St. Jiilien, fonnirig the guard of lienor. * * � TRAVELERS' AID REPORT FOR MONTH OF JUNE Trains met, ICR; people assisted, 80, of whom nine were young girls. Positions found for two girls. The Aid took ciiarge of two boys on their way from school, whose blind friends in tho city had not received their letter so did not meet them at tlie station. A Sister from tho convent at Pin-clier Creek phoned Truvolors' Aid to meet a young girl coming in on the 12.4.'i train and take her to a room for tUo night, and then put her on tho train going south next morning. A small boy, deaf, on his way home from school, had to wait ovor night for his train. Tho Travelers' Aid was asked to take charge of him and put him in care ot tho conductor of tho train next day. M. E. CAMERON, Travelers' Aid. .|P,9NAR LAW'S SON WOUNDED "iiohdon, July 4.-Capt. J. K. Law, the {toyal Plying corps, eldest son Andrew Bonar hiyWV secretary for the colonies, lias iifeon' seriously woundod in Franco, He has boon l)i'0U6.)U to Knghind lor treatment. The Hudson's Bay \ Annual July Clearance ; Sale  For Bargains Consult one of our Eight-page Catalogues See Wednesday Night's Paper for Grand Opening of July Clearance Sale Watch Tomorrow Night's Paper for further July Sale News > Hudson's Bay Co. -X v.. ALL SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION S FAVORED A WRENTHAW Three Districts in Favor-Crop Conditions Good-Sheep Shearing Delayed HOTELMEN HAVE HAT ALDERMEN WORRYING SOME Medicine iHat, Alta., July ,'i.-A. C. Rand, of Laidlaw, Blachard & Rand, barristers, headed a deputation ot the hotelmen of the city to tho council tcnigllt, asking that tho council consider nn application for cheaper rates, or tho same as manufacturers, for water, gtts and oleotrlc light; also asking for the sympatliy and support of tho council In requests for tho lowering ot taxes, which thoy will make to tho governmeuL It was inferred to the council that tho hotels would be forced to close unless the council accepted their request. Tho application was referred to a committee ot the whole pouucll, which will deal wltli It this week. The mayor and aldermen spoiie favorably. Wrenthani. July ?..-Crop conditions continue favorable, and with a few days of warm weather the grain will be us far advanced as last year. The continued rains have delayed operations at the shearing plant, but witli continuous good weather, two weeks will be required to complete the present clip. Messrs. Abrnm Baldwin t^nd Wm. Virginoet came in on Tuesday from Oberon, North Dakotii. Mr. Baldwin is here making preliminary arrangements for the improvement of his large block of laud just east of town. His plans Include tho fenolng- of a large portion of tho block to be used in pasturing pure bred stock. He left on Friday for northern and eastern points en route for his home, but will return later in the tall to commence building operations. While here they were gnesta of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Jones. Favor Consolidation In the matter ot school consolidation in this district, tho polls recently taken show that three of the tour districts are in favor of the movement. Doubtless the matter'will be satisfactorily arranged as consolidation ot rural schools is coming to the front in Soutliern Alberta and as yet no good reasons havo been atlvaiiced why such an arrangement should not be carried out here. The Owen S. D. closed the spring term on tho 2!)th. The teacher. Miss Jlorrick, will spend the early part of her vacation with her sister at Ma-grath. We liavc just received word that Mr. Hyde is still under the care of his doctor at his home in Edmonton. However the report states that he is Improving and will probably be able to be out in two weeks. In several places tho roads are In poor repair and will not stand much heavy traflic. The past councils ot this municipality have inspected the roads and put the bad places In good repair before the harvest rush came on. With a heavy crop in sight and the cost ot labor high, time will be a valuable asset in raarkefing the grain this fall. Get after your councillor as harvest is coming on with a rush. i\ir. and Mrs. John Uollug are spending the week-end with relatives at Ftzikom. J. P. Tregloan and J. A. Stealoy left Friday tor Lethbridge and will go to Calgary tor tho oxliibition. LOUISE MARKESFELDT, Nineteen"year-old Gennan girl arrested because ot her statements that she was a German spy, who escaped from the Mercer Reformatory in Toronto. Her whereabouts have not been discovered at the time ot writing, Two in One pERHAPS you would find a 5-cent cake of Ivory Soap too large for toilet use. But the cake is so shaped that it can be cut in two with a string. You can use half in the bathroom; half for other things. S CENTS IVORY SOAP r*l 99.^3^ PURE Procter A Gamble Factories in Htimtlion, Canada 100818 31 8?72 ;