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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 10. 1010 THE LETHBRinC.I' HF.HALD PAGE FIVE CLARKE The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Acadia Block Voiles in siriprs, floral designs and plain colors... iiii.d.dy dresses in most wauled malerials aiu! nil ui.lirr tiress- IV es selling al remarkably ol'iVml in (his lot include not only Misses' and lar AVomeifs sixes, bnl large Women's sixes us well up to Middy Dresses, sale .Middy Dresses, sale 67.50 Wash Dresses, sule Wash Dresses, sale Wash ''s- Wash Dresses; sale Wash Dresses, sale Wash I )i-esses. sale All Sunshades and Parasols 20 White embroidered goods, fancy silks and plain colored silk ail in- in this discount sale. Pincher .Inh LV-Onco again tills district has come up to Hie mark ;ind held the record oi' Sunny Albert a ill ovunjoliihlti Tii-r ravages of {.he sionn oi' one. WJHtk ago an; almost a thing of ihe 'he nuiiiy giinlciiK which worn sorry almost re- Ihtir beamy. Tin; crops are, reported to be- excellent. Thu imst week was every tiling could In1 desired for suiiPbinc and showers, and the spring whom which some lime jagu was causing unciLsinuHs (is heading' out, ami many Hi-Ms past. gained PHONE 1221 Mr. ami Mrs. Crmlon (Juar left Saturday I'm' Calgary, when: they will) rilK'IHt Hie Slimmor. J. D. MtKl'ibbtham yesterday from Jialfmir, 11. C., Mrs. MuKli Taylor oon to Kpeiid ;i feu- are and Mrs. f iaftenionn for remd'; in future. I fall wheat records. It is expected thai the haying sf-a-, .Mrs. (J. It. Cope of Hanna. Alia., is son will open in about iwo weeks, and i visiting her sister, .Airs. H. G. Kilner ia again proving to be Hie land for a week f green pasture; and One Company of Well-Known Lady- Two Casualties Cmnbrook, B. C., July hun- dred anil fifty men, comprising H. Co. of the aaiith Kootenay battalion, head- ed by ttio newly formed city band, un- der the ablo leadership of R. W. Russell, marched to the station yes- terday noon and entrained for the Vernon training camp. To the strains of played with a vim and energy which stirred the big jsrowd which turned out to hid the uu .Liiuii" liiiSSipn, they marched with full kit and a determin- ation which brought forth cheer after cheer from the throng. Hundreds thronged the line of march to get a last glimpse at the departing men. The scene will not aoon be forgotten. Cranbrook lias given of her best in this struggle that right, and justice might triumph. In the busy street the tramp of feet sent home the fact that Craubrook was again sendfng forth men in response to the call for men and still more men. In the crowd were noticed fathers and mothers, sisters and bro- thers, who said good-bye with tear- liedimmed oyes. Two more Cranbrook homes were darkened yesterday when news came that Percy Adlard and D. Argue had fallen in battle. RUSSIANS IN FRANCE NOW AT FRONT Paris, July Excelsior .says the Ilussian contingents which arrived In France re- cently and have been quarter- ed at Camp De -Mailly, -near Troyos, have bccii-seut'.to join-. the French forces at .the front. London, July dispatch from The Hague to the Daily Express says "The present situation is extremely critical For the Central" is' today's comment by the Nieuwe Rot- :erdamsche Courant, on the general situation in the eastern and western Jieatres of war, an avowal which is significant, coming from tlie most im- pro-Germ an newspaper iu Hoi- and, one of the few foreign journals Tabcr, July memorial ser- vice to the late Earl Kitchener was held in the Tahrr exhibition grounds today, The citizens of the town and for miles around gathered at the town hall at p.m. and paraded to the park, headed by the Tuber brass band, which played the Dead Marcn, On reachins ihe grounds one at once saw by the gathering crowds how the hearts of the people of Tabej were totichsd by the Mss uol to England alone, hut the peo-, pie (jOOO miles away. The platform was drapod in black and Union Jacks. Too vevv fine pho- tos if the late Lord Kitchener con tred the decoration; also a fine press- ed picture upon cloth, represQittiiig. a Canadian soldier carry fug amis 'un- der the Union Jack, surrounded by the Maple Leaf, with the motto: "Canada doing it's hit." On the platform were Rev. Father VanTighem, Rev. A. C. Bryan, Rev. Thomas Phillip, Kov. T. llrandt and Bishop A. Ilaynes. Bugler Humphries Sudden Death of Youth After a very slum illness the. youns life of Jasper Broadwcll passed away at -J, a.m. on Sunday, July Hth. The news of his illness and death came as a severe shod; to the community, lint a few shorl days ago tho lad, who v.'is in year, seem- ed In usual health. Intense sympathy is felt for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Broad well, and family, Just about six weeks ago they received official notice, after months of sor- rowing suspense, tiiat the elder brother had made the supreme sacrifice for bis country. His broth- er, Beryl, has also donned the khaki and is. a member of the ti'2-nd batta- lion, and three sisters to mourn his loss. Mrs. Kemp, wife of Hergt. Kemp of the ISth O.M.R., and the Misses Amber and H-ubj', Thu funeral will take place today from St. John's church. !lcv. J. R. Gretton performing tho last sad rites, and internment will follow in the Pincher Creek cemetery. At an early hour yesterday morning His eldest brother is in the east besides -his parents he leaves Mr. and Mrs. Mokes and Mas lor Eric, and Mr. and .Mrs. Bnr- of Calgary, motored down from that city yesterday. Mr. Arthur Higinbotham loft this afternoon for Vancouver and will sail j from there for Japan, to visit his bro- ther, Mr. Harry lliginboliiani. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Powell of Taner are visiting friends in the city on their tvay home from Banff, where they have been spending some time. Mrs. W. P. Roy returned on Satur- day from Calgary, whore she spent the exhibition week with Captain and Mrs. C. H. Devine. Miss Bertha Allen, who has been the guest of Miss Marie Walker, returned today to her home in Edmonton. Rev. J. B. Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Francis, Miss Freestone and Miss Erika- Olauder left this morning to attend the summer school at Crow's the I.O.D.E. brass band, accompanied Nest Lake. by a number of citizens, were out to t honor and welcome.' home R. S. M., H. Groton, returned veteran of the 'valiant 31st battalion. Groton has been through some stirring scenes since leaving here, and no doubt will have to tell and re-tell to a host of admir- ing fellow townsmen the story of the activities of his splendid regiment since their leaving for overseas ser-idays with Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Hall vice. Jen route Cor Vancouver ard Seattle Mrs. Percy Dunne and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Dunne's mo- ther, Mrs. G. Cronkhite here for a few days, returned to Medicine Hat this afternoon. Miss Dison and Miss Annie Dixon Kiit are spending a few llowcd to circulate in Germany Sergeant Cunningham of the with Corp. White. j Belgium. That this judgment ia generally ap- preciated in Germany is shown by the faci. that Berlin newspapers on Wed- nesday evening had not arrived in Holland today, presumably being stop- ped by military censorship. Every German who had arrived in Holland within the last -IS hours .has .shown extraordinary pessimism as to the position of the empire near the be- ginning of the third ywar of the war. There passed peacefully away j "Our situation is becoming extreme- urday morning at 3 p.m. at St. Eugene a German merchant hospital. Bridget, relic of the late said today. "If the allies' pressure Thos. Kennedy, following a most pain- i continues steadily with due force 1 ful illness extending over a period of j do not see how we can resist more three years. Mrs. Kennedy was born j than two months." in 'Millview. Prince Edward Island, in anil would have reached her 59th year tomorrow. Mrs. Kennedy underwent a surgical operation in the Chief of Police Urasett, oi Toronto, wearing his medal, who went through the battle of Ypres, and now engaged by the government to accompany the government moving pictures, showin, "the fighting forces of the British Empire." The hymns sung were, "On- ward Christian Soldiers." "O God Our Help in Ages "Rock of ''Nearer My God to "Abide with with tho National thc front, that it was a pleasure to do my house- j ft, a lllost meeting in that it was a pleasure to no my house- i niveum; ui work. I felt contented and happy, and Itho of Tabcr was brouelit to an now am the, picture of health, and am j cml- July Urd marked (lie hundrcdtb an-. tempted, to-return to the stage. .Wo rocintc my health ns the most pro. .Tnrvic, n Gravcnlmrst pioneer ...j ,.t...t.. liversary of tlio laying out of the nil.: ciou3 ,hing on Mrs. H. L. nnd for some years custom is KLENETT. IJoxSo. Killimjly, Couu. dead, aged 70. What the Doctor Asked One of flic questions Ihc examining physician for life insurance is apt in ask the applicant whose heart is skipping heals or is llultery You Use Tea or Tin' reason tea anil coll'cc are suspected is because the, physician knows that Hie caffeine, in tea and collee disturbs the nervous races the heart, and is responsible besides for conditions which often become serious. It's a good thing, lo slop1 when one reaches Ihc dan- ger zone. It is better slill. lo safeguard health and avoid trouble by quitting both lea and coll'ee imd using the "famous pure food-drink POSTUM This delightful beverage is made ol finest wheat, rousled wilh a lillle wholesome molasses', and while il lias a delightful snappy taste, it contains only tbe nour- ishing goodness of Ihe harmful in- gredient whatever. .There are two forms of Poslnin. The original -Ppstum Cereal inusl be boiled. Instant sol- uble, made in Ihe cup Ijol iiislant' ft Both forms arc equal in cosl abotit'life same per cup. Thousands of people have found llie, way .to re- newed health by a change from tea or cotl'ec ;lo Postum. There arc no tea or coffee Poslum. "There's a Reascm" Canadian Pqslum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Out. The Hudson's Bay Annual Clearance Sale enters at a mass mooting last night, leclined to accept a two years' wage and hours schedule presented by the Juilders' Exchange. The present rate s 55 cents an hour and the offer of the exchange was 50 cents an hour for Qualified men and 35 cents for help- rs. Starland. This is a picturizatiou of the widely read story of the west, in the days of the "Forty-Nmers'L, who, founded a new empire on the Pacific coast. Miss Ward appears as Tea nessee, a waif of the plains, whose parents are making the trip across the continent in a prairie schooner Tennessee's mother deserts her bus; baud, who is shot in the chase. The little girl is then brought up in a mission by her father's friend, .lack Hunter, who she believes, for many yers is her father. When she grows up she starts in search of her father, is kidnapped, held for ransom am! finally escapes to understand the true state of affairs, after many exciting happenings. The versatile Miss Ward appears in ah entirely new role in this play, and her many admirers are. assured of an excellent entertainment in "Tennessee's Pardner." USE POWDER TO MAKE BEER La Grande, Ore., July from Cincinnati a compound vhich, when dissolved in water makes i sort of beer, JI. T. Crtpperi, an old of North La Grande, has just lerved 10 days in jail and must pay line. He had enough compound at home to make great quantities of he product. WHEN USING X WILSON'S N FLY PADS READ OlREttlONS AND, U '_..- FOLLOW THEM FXACTI v Far more effective than Sticty Fly Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by Druggists and Grocers fverywherc. ;