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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1017 2AM. BUR stops the burning and prc-vcntsbllsterlnff. Just as good for tender or blistered feet, achltiK muscles, mosquito bites, cuts, bruises, Mndnllikln injuries. A sure cure for eczema nnd oil skin diseases. All druggists 50c. box. m4MI I * 1 B 1  � �] IJ w I & \ 11KM fl. in11 WARNER EVENTS WERE GOOD IN SPUE OF (CONTIXUKD from FkOXT PaOH) ccntly underwent � en operation in Montreal, was on hand nnd .T. 1'. 0. G(ii!l>ault of o.fllotte, was broiirht In to the chamber in a wheeled chnir to express" Ills views in the division. The debate hud been in progress for U days. Detailed Vote. The detailed vote on tho socond reading of the bill was as follows: For second reading: Alguire, Ames. Armstrong (Lambton), Armstrong (York), Arthurs, Ball, Barnard, Bennett (Calgary), Bennett (Slmcoe), Best, Blain, Blondin. Borden, Bowman, Boyer, Boys, Brabazon. Bradbury, Buchanan, Burnham, Bur-rell, Carvell, Champagne. Charlton, Clark (Bruce), Clark (Red Deer), Clark ("Wellington), Clements. Cochrane, Cockshutt, Cromwell, Crothers, Cruise, Currie. Davidson, Doherty, Donaldson, Douglas, Edwards, Elliott, Fisher, Foster, Fripp. Ferman, Glass, Graham, Green, Guthrie, Hann. Hartt, Hnden, Henderson, Hepburn, Sir Sam Hughes, Jameson. Kemp. Knowles, La Lor, Lewis, Loggie, Mac-do'nald, JIcLean (Halifax), McLean (York), McNutt, McCoig, McCranoy, McCurdy, MacLean (Queens, P. E. I.), McLean (Sudbury), McLeod. Mac-MUlan, Marshall, Meighen, Mercer, Jliddlebro,' Morphy, Morris, Morrison, Munson, Nesbitt, Neely, Nicholson, Nickle, Northrup, Osier, Pardee. Paul, Itainville. Reid, Robidoux, Roche, Rogers, Ross, Shaffner, Scott. Sev-lgny, Sexsmith, Shepherd, Sinclair. Smith, Steele, Stevens. Stewart ^Hamilton), Sutherland, Taylor. Tlio-burn, Thompson (Yukon), Thompson (Quappelle), Thornton, Trunx, Turriff, Wilker, Wallace, Webster, Wet-chel, Sir Thomas White, Wilson (Wentworth). Wright-118. Against the second reading: Achim, Barrette, Bellemare, Bickerdyke, Boivin, Boulny, Bourassa, Boyce, Brouillard, Bureau, Cardin, Chisholm, Copp, Delisle, Demers, Descarries, Devlin. Ether, Forget, Gauthier (St. Hyacinthe), Gnuvreau, Girard, Gull-bault, Hughes (Kings, P.E.I.), Kays, Kyte, Lachanie, Lafortune, Lanctot, Lapointe (Kamouraska), Lapointe (St. Annes), Laurier, Lemieux, Mc-Crae, Marcil. Mareile. Martin, Mich-aud, Molloy, Mondou, Murphy, Oliver, Pacaurl, Papineau, Paquet, aPtenaude, Power, Proulx, Itobb, Seguin, Tobin, JTurgeon, Verville, prison (Laval). THird Reading at Once. It is expected that the third reading of tke bill will be moved when the house meets this afternoon, but it Is not known whether any additional amendments will be moved. This morning the corridors of parliament are absolutely deserted, members remaining at home for a rest after the loss of the night's steep. Join the Opposition Ottawa, July 5.-Two Quebec mem-l tiers, former supporters of the government, took seats on tho opposition eide of the house upon parliament assembling at three o'clock. They were A. A. Mondou, of Yamaska, and H. Achim of La Belle, both of whom in peeches in opposition to the con-, ecrlptlon bill had announced their Intention of leaving the Conservative party. Mr. Mondou declared his in-, lentioDB last night and Mr. Achim , en Friday last. The defection from the government Tanks was not generally noticed until Mr. Mondou rose from his new seat on a question of privilege to correct on error in the reporting of his spoech last night. He was greeted with cries cn* '.'Oh" and some desk pounding from th� gorernment side of the .house. Mr. Mondou said that in his speech he had not stated that Sir Wilfrid Laurier represents the aspirations of French-Canadians, as reported in tho newspapers, but of all Canadians. Mr. Achim seconded the amendment moved by Barrette for the six months' hoist and wiil vote for it. Mr. Mondou announcod his intention last night of voting for tho referendum amendment. D. A. Lafortune, who continued the debate on the conscription bill, in re-feiTing to the switch of two members, �aid it was a good record for one day. "I hope to win somo more over before I sit down," he Bald, amidst general laughter, which increased when It was discovered that H. Bou-lay was atso on die Liberal side of tho house. Mr. Boulay Indicated by gesture, however, that ho was across tho aisle, not as a deserter but as a Visitor. Mr. Lafortune declared that the poo-pie of Quebec wero willing to do their duty but they refused to be led to the Slaughter like sheep by a government without a Mandate from the people Ho referred, to A. Guilbault, of Joll-ette, who "had tome out of his death-1 bed," to vote against conscription. Guilbault, who ha* b�en absent Itvm Jjiarl lament for two year* previous to WhlH debate, owing to Illness, recently Htrrlved at the oapital and wheeled Hilmself into >tb* chamber-on an in-kralitYs chair.' ('."mm Our Own Coryosnoiulcnt) Warner. July -1.-The glorious fourth was fittingly celebrated in Wiirner yesterday to the nivompanl-inrni of heavy showers of rain, which, while spoiling the celebration, cheered the farmers and everybody present. Warner chose the fourth so as not to conflict with oilier celebrations on the second, and also partly to honor our ally to the south. The proceeds vof the celebration go to the Red Cross, which will be about $2i)i\00 richer as a result. The town was guy with fln.ss and bunting, and refreshment booths and lunch rooms took caro of the large crowds present Much disappointment was felt when the morning baseball game bad to be calleJ off through the failure of the Lethbridge team to bo present, and tho rain prevented any further baseball, which was a great loss to the celebration. The races we're varied to meet the cccusion. the entire program having to be changed. The ladies of the Red Cross worked hard in tho old school at their lunch counter, working from morning till away past midnight, having a stall at the dance, which was one of the most successful features of the celebration. The chief events included the 1(H) yards dash, winners. Jud Foley, 1st: Tat Kayl, 2nd. 50 yards dash, boys, K. Cormier, G. Swlt^er, F. L. Lenon. girls. Edith Champion. Greased pig. the causelof much merriment, was captured by Mike Doukolski. Tho best decorated auto, Mrs. Coburn. Freo for all harness race, throe heats, first, Paul Moreland; second. J. Furman. Free-for-all running race-1st. A. P. Murphy; 2nd, W. B. Brown: :',rd. J. Furman. Pony race-1st, A. P. Murphy: 2nd. W. Solby; 3rd, P. Hulit. Saddle and Mount-1st, A. P. Murphy; 2nd, P. Burnett. Dog and horse race-Murphy, In which Murphy's celebrated dog easily beat all the horses put up against him. Potato race horse-Murphy, Hulit, Burnett. Tho steer riding contest was provocative of much merriment. the honors being carried off by Logan Tenney and his cousin Chas. Tenner. Burnett won the bucking contest, seconded by F. Johnson. These two events were among the most popular events of the day and the wet grounds added to the excitement. J. W. Plttman carried off honors In the team pulling contest, Raitt and Babb coming second. Besides the baseball game, the tug of war and auto races had to be called off, but, after all, the only ones sorry to see tho rain were perhaps the vendors of ice cream and soft drinks. IRE A SUCCESS (From Our Own Correspondent) New Dayton, July &. - The Xew Dayton celebration was a grand success, iu every way. The Cay dawned with bright sunshine so as to bring out a large crowd. The Red Cross tags sold will bring in $125. The Women's Institute cleared $200. The program consisted of speeches, club swinging, choruses and excellent music, the opening address being given by Mr. Fltchett, the principal of the New Dayton school. H. Ostlund from Lethbridge, spoke on the history of Canada. The sports consisted of a ball game, New Dayton vs. Magrath, New Dayton winning the game. The horse races consisted of a relay race, bareback races, saddle races, Misery in Back, Headache and Pain in Limbs. Daar Mr. Editor-For more than  year I suffered with misery in the bacK, dull headache, pain in the limbs, waa somewhat constipated and slept poorly at night until I was about ready to collapse. Seeing an account of the wonderful qualities of "Anuric," prepared by Doctor Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., I cent for a box, and before using the whole box I felt and still feel improved. My sleep is refreshing, misery reduced, and life is not the drag it was before. I most cheerfully recommend this remedy to sufferers from like ailments. Yours truly, W. A. Robebts. walk, trot and run races, the foot races, consisting of young men's race, girls' rnco, boys' race, fat men's rnco and fat women's race, but tho women concluded they were too fat to run so the rnco was called off. In tho evening a bin dance was hold In Wm. Scott's new barn. Only ono accident occurred to mnr tho day. Miss Chrlstenson from Raymond, being run over by an automobile driven by William Xato. It was first reported tho young lady was killed. Dr. Greenway was hurried to the scene of tho accident and on examining found her only bruised up, but probably hurt internally. Mrs. Riches and son John nnd daughter Dorothy, are visiting' Dr. McCallum this week. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald from the oast arc the guests of Mr. Wm. Scott. Roy Drake made a business trip to Stirling Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kaupp returned from Rochester. Minn., after spending a few weeks for treatment. Friends are glnd to learn that they are much improved In health, Mrs. Dave Drake returned from Lethbridge Saturday nW|rnoon. John Cress repirned^irom Cress-line, Ohio, Friday.  r" New Dayton has'a new station agent. Miss Catherine A. Schlll, teacher of the Bankvlew school, spent the week end at tho homo of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Schlll and family. Mr. Albert Koukal of Milk River, spent Sunday with Jacob Schlll. Mr. Oade Kunston of New Dayton, left for Laremoro, North Dakota, on Tuesday. Two Heroes Rector's daughter-How splendid of Joe Jnrvls* son to volunteer for that vorv dangerous job I'm so glad ho got tho Military Medal. Mrs. Mulllns (not to bo ontdono) - Yes. Miss, and my boy could havo got it too it ho'd cared to havo taken me risk.-London Punch. FOR DEPENDENTS (Special to the ITerniai Fernio, H. C, July 5.-Chairman Winn, Hugh U. Gllmoro and Parker Williams of the workmen's compensation board arrived in town this evening, and will go by motor to Michel in tho morning, returning to Fornlo for a mooting with tho working men of Fornlo on Saturday Their whole time will bo taken up with explaining tho working of tho board nnd in sottllng up tho compensation of tho miner's dependents occasioned by the oxplosion of tho eighth of April. TRY A HERALD WANT AD INFANTRY SCHOOL. Reglnn, July 5.-The first infantry camp school oponfl bore on July 16. It is for N. 0. O.'s only and otflcors aro asked to exercise groat care in recommending only men whom they tlilnfc will malto efficient N. C. O.'s. WILL CELEBRATE Pendant d'Orlello will stage a big celebration on Fridny, July 20, when the new K, of l*. hall there will bo dedicated nnd tho officers of Maplo Lcnf lodge No. 10 Installed. Ono of the features of the celebration will bo a ball game between Ktzikom and Pendant tl'Oricllo at 2 o'clock In the afternoon. There will bo n supper in tho evening before tho dedication and a dnnco nftorwnrds. REPUBLICAN GOVT. AT Shang Hal. China, July t>.-At ft conference of military nnd naval loaders and othor prominent men hem today a resolution was adopted In favor of the transfor of tho central republican government to Shanghai. A telegram was sent to President LI Yuan Hung, who took rofugo In the Japanoso legation on his escape from tho palace following tho restoration of tho Manchurlan dynasty, inviting him to como to Shang Hal for the conforence. It is believed hern that If LI Yaun Hung comes the situation will assume a far more, serious aspect. Note : You've aft undoubtedly heard Oi the famous Dr. Pierce and his well-known medicines. Well, this proscription is ono that has bsen euccessfully used for many years by the physicians and specialist* of Dr, Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for kidney complaint*, and diseases arising from disorders of the kidneys and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, congestion of the kidneys, inflammation of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, "Anurio" bas not been on sale to the public, but by the persuasion of many patients and tlxt increased demand for thiB wonderful healing Tablet, Dr. Pierce has finally decided to put it into the drug store* of thii country within immediate reach of all sufferers. 1 know of one or two leading druggists in town who havo managed to procure a supply of n Anuric" for their anxiouii customers in and around this locality. If not obtainable Bend one dime by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial package or 60 cent* lor full treatment. Editok-Plsase insert thia letter in PCM waijpicnoui plaoa la jrwur Suggestions At the "2 M'S" If you have a trip in mind call and see about your clothes comfort before leaving. Don't spoil your vacation by wearing uncomfortable outfitting. THIS HOUSE OF GOOD THINGS TO WEAK IS AT YOUR SERVICE. HOLIDAY REQUIREMENTS FOR MEN LIGHT-WEIGHT SUMMER SUITS In Fit-Reform and Society Brand-finished to your measure. $18, $20, $22, $25, $28 and $30 And we have extra special values to show you in suits at $15.00. RAIN COATS. Any style. $10 to $25 NEGLIGEE SHIRTS in duett, Dr. Jaegers and W. G. & R. With or without soft collars to match. Prices $1.25 to $6.00. SPORT SHIRTS. In plain and fancy colors. $1.50 to $2.25. SILK SHIRTS. In plain white, pongee and fancy stripes. With or without collars. Prices $3.50 to $5.00. SPECIAL. 25 dozen Men's Dress Shirts with or without collars. Worth $1.75. Our special $1.00. Coolers in Underwear 2-PIECE UNDERWEAR in Bnl-briggan and Light Wool. Prices 50c to $1.50. COMBINATIONS. B. V. D. Style. $1.50 and $1.75. SILK COMBINATIONS. Athletic style. $4.50 up. BALBRTG GAN COMBINATIONS. Short sleeves, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $$1.75. LISLE COMBINATIONS. Short sleeves. $2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75 and $3.00. WHITE AND NATURAL MESH COMBINATIONS. Made Athletic style. $1.50 to $2.75. BATHING SUITS. 00c to $4.00. HOSIERY Light Weight Cashmere Lisle and Silk in HOLE PROOF and other makes. Colors black, tan, Avhitc, grey, etc. Prices 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 00c, 75c. GET UNDER A STRAW OR PANAMA HAT MEN'S BOATER STRAWS. $1.50 to $3.00. PANAMA HATS. $0.00 to $S.OO Suit Cases and Travelling Bags - - Prices $2.25 to $15 DRESS SHOES The Geo. A. Slater I in ictus and Regal makes. Prices $0.00 to $8.50. We're a regular store house of summer comfort and not a price we name will prevent your indulging in everything you desire to freshen up your wardrobe. McKelvie Pie "2 M'S" S The Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. Kirkham Block Lethbridge, Alberta 654366?9 ;