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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 1t, 1917 THE LETHBRIDOE D.MT.Y MKKAI.V PERSONALS. ' Ontario Women. ' dsthiun, Out.-" Some time urn 1 h*A  general brwikdown. It terminated in quite b> biul ease. Dr. Pierce's P�vor� ito Prescription wm recommended to mo by a friend who lined ltr nnd received much benefit. I begun toJcine it, nnd in mx months I wni completely cured ot ' my nilincnt nnd huve never had any return of same. I can recommend thin medicine as bring good, if one will give it r fnir trial,"-Mns. John Ackjjut, 07 Ednur St., Chatham, Ont. ! At tho first nymptoms of nny dernngo-ment at nnv period of life tho one Rafn rciilly _ helpful remedy is Dr. Pierce's Fnvorilo Prescription. Thousands of women in Ctinadu have taken it with unfailing succosm. Dr. Pierce's Favorite^ Prescription in  truo friend to women in times of trial. 1'or headache, backache, hot flashes, mental depression, dizziness, fainting ppcll.s, ln.witudb and exhaustion, women should never fail to take this tried and true woman's medicine. Prepared from nature's roots and herbs, it contains no alcohol or narcotic, nor any harmful ingredient. In either tablet or liquid form. Write Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., to-day for free medical advice. Dr.'Pierce's Pleasant Pellets not only the original but the best Little Liver Pills, first put up over 40 years ago, by Dr H. V. I Pierce, have been much imitated but never I equaled, as thousands attest. They're purely vegetable, being made up of concentrated nnd refined medicinal principles extracted from the roots of American plants, Do not gripe. One or two for stomach corrective, thrco or four for tathartic PLENTY OF COAL THIS WINTER. i Ottawa, July 9.-"Wo arc going to got nil the eon! wo need this winter," sold Hon. T. W. Crothers, when nskcil If he had anything to say regarding the embargo placed by the United States on the export of coal to all countries, even to the countries of the nlllns. Including Groat Britain and lier colonies and protectorates. Mr. Crothers said that C. A. Ma-prnth, the fuel .' Pictures ' "A Poor l.lttle lihth Cirl." adapted I Iiiini the we|| liiiowti Kloanor Claies : story and play of the same name. , A tale oi pari icular heart appeal ! Ihrovg'inui. o;'eiir,e ni-oiy smiles and; :il u:, "A Poor j l.iltle bid) c.iri" atinrd the Ir.coinptir ; able Mar;. I'iesi'onl a screen play; which alioa.s tie- foreieo ;i motion j pielllte I'-Morilo sa'ti'.e oppurt.i-.iiiY to I portray touching situations a", oilh 1 MPRES U TONIGHT Florence Turner s Gwendolyn, the " little rich girl." is an called for her wealth 1 i El maie.-ial |-,,-t ; and her poverty in 51 the and affecllon she 'p c;avcs. ;,he j... til!!-o 1  it>;]. 1 blt'e girl, but as j..- oil, n the case in life. 1 i eellb d the aetual pleasure : of cllild- -------------------- I hood thri.ii-b In r selfish p.irents, who BERLIN AIR ACTIVITIES jcro too busy will) (heir own ambition- Uerltn. .Inly Hi, via London. "The |t, realize thai th'dr child is unhappy, results of the engagements with en .V trattic incident bring!', ro-uisu'ion I ) limy aerial fori es during the mouih .the partuts ami H." doc'o-.-'s pros-rip-of ,luno were good," says a summary j linn of plenty of play. io in- (.than i!:,gj of aerial activity apmmded to today's a ging'nam dies.-, is imm-dialaly acted | ^ army - headiiuat ler i statement "Our ;_________________ enemies lost. ^2u tiiri'danes and j e.'ipfivo balloons through the effect of our weapons. Cur iinti-air cr:ift guns shot down sixty enemy airmen. The remainder were brought down In :ier-'al fighting. "Our losses were UK airplanes and three captive balloons." "A Singer" ALSO Charlvs Chaplin In "THE IMMIGRANT" Posit.ivaly Cl-,ap,!in'3 Latest Scream nod Latest Weekly ':vl_fi�_i_5:, Can Extend Bill to Increase Number Men to be Raised If Yon Are Going to Watci'ton Lakes See BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY FOR RATES We are trying to arrange parties and may be cble to make a reasonable rate for the trip. Phone 1206 Hcmin's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capable Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel Ottawa, July 11.-In the commons | this afternoon J. G. Turriff asked the j minister of labor if Ito had bifornia- | tion in regard to the strike at the coal mines at Estovan, Southern Saskatchewan, Hon. T. W. Crothers replied that ho had no direct information, but he had heard indirectly from Winnipeg. He had been asked if the authority of Mr. Armstrong, recently appointed direc-' tor of coal production in District 18 extends over the Kstevan mines. Ho ; had replied that it did not. | Mr. Crothers added that Mr. Arm-; strong's authority could be extended j should it become necesary to take this ; stop. j Fred Pardee aBked if any steps bad been taken to sottlo the Toronto railway striko which commenced today. Mr. Crothers replied that an official of tho department was in Toronto conducting negotiations. Last night he had a personal interview with Sir | William Mackenzie, and ho hoped that | the troublo would bo finally dealt I with today. I Military Service Act. I Consideration of tho military ser-j vice act was resumed in committee, j lion. Frank Oliver said if it was to bo 1 understood that after these 100,000 nro raised under the bill Canada's obligations will have ended, lion. Arthur Meighen in reply, said that when Canada has 100,000 men additional in tho field we will bo more in the war than ever. Camilla would continue in tho war until the end but additional measures of assistance would rest with the Dominion parliament. Mr. Oliver wanted to know the relationship of the bill to the pledge of the prime minister to supply five hundred thousand men. Sir Robert Borden said that while tho bill authorises only l.iixOO!) men tho number could be increased at any time by the Introduction of a short bill Increasing the number. TENDERS FOR RE-CON-STRUCTION OF ROAD FROM OKOTOKS TO OIL FIELDS The Hudson Auto Livery A BIG 7-PASSENGER CAR STAND: PALACE CONFECT' IONERY, PHONE 668 "Meet Me at the Palace" DRAYING Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchetl Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St DRAYING O! All KimlH Western Transfer Co, Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Shedi PHONES ' Office ........... 1163 Stables .......... 1064 V_*__�_^-_^iipi__i WHEAT SPECULATOR Washington, July 11.-The chnrge that producer and consumer nliko wero being exploited b.n the speculator in wheat and that a serious crisis would soon confront the country unless congress granted power to handle situation through a department of food administration, is in at letter to President Wilson by Herbert C. Hoover as given out for publication. HINDUS ARRESTED. San Francisco,. July 10.--Six Hindus wore arrested today in a raid on tho offices of tho Hindustan Qadur, a vernacular newspaper by United States marshals. Four nion wore among those named in moro than 100 indlctnionta roturned last week against San Francisco business and shipping men, German consiflnr agents and Hindus, charging worldwide conspiracy to, foment an uprising against British rule in,liiu&. Tho other two have not been indicted. PREMATURE THANKS. (From thp Springfield Republican.) Having worked hard to help get In tho harvest for double wages, the Hmnunluns are now fined $50,000,000. Kxclamatioiis., ut Gei'jnan liborality were aa upual yjcomtrture. Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned at P. O. Box 2981, Calgary, anil endorsed as above, will bo received up to twelve o'clock noon of July Slst, 1917. Tenders must bo mndo out upon the official forms to bo obtained by application to the undersigned, or to tho Provincial Inspectors of Public Works at Calgary or Lethhrldgo, accompanied by a deposit of certified cheque- for $10.00, this cheque being returnable on submission of n bona fldo tender. Drawing, Specifications and Form of Contract Agreement arc on view at the ollices of the Engineer of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, offices of the. Inspectors of Public Works at Calgary and Lethbrirtgc, and tho olllce of Secretary-Treasurer Hayes, Local improvement District No. 190, at Okotoks. The approximate length of work Is 17miles and tenders can bo submitted for one or moro of tho six sections into which this is divided, tenders for the whole work being preferred. Didders will bo required either personally or hy representation to visit and Inspect, line of work tendered for and satisfy themselves as to local conditions and materials. Each tender must be accompanied by tin accepted dhequo payable at par in Edmonton to the Minister of Public Works to tho amount of five per cent. (fi%) of tho amount of tho tender total. Should tho contract bo awarded the successful bidder shall bo required to executo a guarantee, bond on an approved Surety Company to tho amount of twenty percent. (20%) of hia tender as a guarantee of tho faithful fulfilment of his contract. Tho cheques of the unsuccessful bidders will bo returned within six days after the contract has boeu awarded. Tho department does not bind itself to accept tho lowost or any tender. L. C. CHARLESWORTH, Deputy Minister of Public. Works. Dated at Edmonton this 6th day of Juno, 1917. Unauthorized advertising will nut bo paid for. Ad. D, Medicine Hat, July II.- The oncn-itig day of the stampede was a great puccess in every way. Attendance exceeded expectations and the sport was of tho highest order. Hot weather put ginger Into the hor.son and steers attd -1) the (" It.ilf seconds. Dick Dobbin of Chicago, 111., was gored by a steer, but will r; Raymond 3 7 :i. Batteries: Lewis and Lewis; S. Berg and Hlck-in. ...>.v' ��" :' The street carnival was formally opened last night. Mayor Cruikshank crowned Miss Vera Fleming queen of the carnival and she led off the opening dance at the big pavilion with Lieut.-Governor Brett. The agricultural show is greater than expected and the judging is a hard task. Cattle and horses are ppslieularly strong. What the Press Agents Say SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT, THURS, FRIDAY ARTCR AFT PICTURES PRESENT POPULAR MARY PICKFORD in "A Poor Little Rich Girl" SONGS DUP.iNG THE EVENING DV MISS SIMM AND MR. FLEMING. "DEEP DV�D VILLAINY," COMEDY. LATEST WAR WEEKLY. PERFORMANCES DAILY AT 2,00, 3.45, 7.G0 AND 9.0C P.M. SPECIAL MATINEE PRICES-ADULTS 20c, CHILDREN 0; EVENINGS 25c AND 15c. AT TIi;:; EMPRESS Charlie Chaplin's latest comedy, "The Immigrant." at tho Emp-ess to- ! night is one of the cleverest tilings ho ; ! has over done, according to critics ' �j � who have recti private runs of the new I offering ir which Cliarlii'. as "The Immigrant." hits a wide range of opportunity for the display of his fun making genius. Tho play is No. II of the Muliial-Chaplin series. It leads the comedian | through a series of side-splitting episodes, each more amusing than the last, and winds up in a whirlwind of merriment In which the entire company, brought into the melee, take:; part. Edna Purvhiiico, the clover ... young leading woman, whose brilliant pj work has been apparent in previous Chaplin productions, is again to the fore with plenty of fast action to keep her busy from.first to last. Miss Pur-vlanco, who is the daughter of an immigrant in tills latest play, throws; tremendous verve into her acting, and KILLED IN AUTO SMASH. Moose Jaw, Saslc, July 10.-U. Wait of Mortlach, was Instantly killed about ten o'clock this morning near Buffalo Lake, twenty miles north of this city, when a seven passenger touring car he was driving turned turtle crushing him beneath it. Wait with his wife, child and brother was enroute to Regina Peach for a holiday when the accident happened. WILL BE DISILLUSIONED. Army Officer-I expect a rush of volunteering to begin in a day so so. , Friend-How's that? Army Officer-The fellows wb/> married to escape compulsory service will be coming around. SifWrT iVXTk MONTREAL M.UIIjAjM.) GLASGOW ! Largo Twin Screw Steamers. Splend- j Id Accommodation. ; Prepaid Tickets Issued' at Lowest: Rates. ^ | Full information from any R.H. or j S.S. Agent, or ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE I H. E. LIDMAN, Gen. Arjt. 449 Main 8t, Winnipeg Man. Phone! M. 5312. ] 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phone Sey. 3199. To All Lovers of Beautiful Homes It will be to your advantage to Inspect our Sample Books of wall papers. Lowest prices, beautiful colorings. Large assortment, artistic designs. To see is to be convinced. A request will bring them to your home. No obligation to order. Estimates gladly furnished for paperhanging, painting and decorating. Morgan & WhitlaUer 964 11th St. S. 612 7th St. Phone 1820 We uso no adulteration or substitutes. SIMPSON'S 'LY SALE | ?Ai inch Colored If abutui Silks, yard Complete Threshing Outfit FOR SALE Gaar-Scott double cylinder 25 b.p., with straw burning attachment. Rumley separator, 36x60. Good cook car on trucks, water tank, tent 14x16 feet. The whole outfit has only seen 40 days service. No plowing. Owner will sell at a sacrifice. For terms address or call at The Standard Agency Foremost, Alberta July 9 to 14. SINGLE FA HE For the Round Trip TO EDMONTON From all stations in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Tickets on Scle July 7 to 14. "Return Limit July 15, 1917. Full Information from any CANADIAN PACIFIC TICKET AGENT R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgury, Alta. Ad. X. The original and genuin* treatment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints. Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o, Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st St. W, Caln�ry. 3 Special Sale Bargains for (he Week End :: Thurs. - Fri. - Sat Women's House Dresses.............. 1.0Q Women's Voile Blouses................95c ^Y0111^!1!* Vi'W-