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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 12, .191.1 THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 8EVCN SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK A General Clean Up in thg Shoe Department dM Your Choice of 150 pairs' Ladies' and Misses' Shoes for V This Lol for your Coiivciiicm-e is all Kpi'i'ad on ill! sixes IVoin Button, Lace. Oxford, and TumpM. The regular from to Wonderful savings. Come and look (Iiein over Packet of WILSON'S FLY PADS WHlmi MORE FtlES THAM WORTH OF ANY STItKYriy CATCHER .A FIT, 1 GREAT I Minister of .In si ire, whose was rcccnlly. of iiir- Cabinet. London. July rl j which llu- Russians .0 Joseph Ferdinand's army {ill soullifni IVIand, and till! addil lonnl il-lratn v.-iiich this has placed on the i German Genera! von army to lln- right, lias postponed, it I is believed in military clrHes, the thi-i-alx-ned rrormau offensive in tue west, and llnjn; is now a possibility that the Allies will be the first lo take the offensive. CANADIANS KILLED BY OWN BOMBS J. P: Xew Vork financial agent who was shot at i slimmer home at Glen Cove. L.I., on July 3rd. In support of Ibis il is ml the attacks by Hie German Prince's army in the istricl. which the German Dress an- nuneed was the commencement of a eneral move forward, liavc eeased, nil" what fightins is pnins on alons in western front consists of iirt.'.'ery Miients, and a few isolated at- airl counter auaeks bv infan- which makes litlie or no differ- L-e in Ihe positions of the oppos- forces. Calgary Russian Murders Woman Then Suicides} C'aigary, July she held her balpv" l.i her breast. Mrs. Frank llohbarl, believed tu le ol Russian nationality, was shot and killed about 11.30 o'clock, Saturday morn-: in her home in Ogdcu by a Hus- i siiill, 1'ele Snider, who later shot j hiipself and dii'd. The traced) was enacted iu a little i shack some 'distance irom ihe main I street 'in where Mrs. Dobbart land her husband had resided. Mr. j Dobharl is now. -in- the I'niteil States. I I Snider's ii-liin--was a young woman} i and Llir mlirderor about 28 years old. i I It'is from inquiries made! from that Snider had been paying attentions-to-her for sonic tiriie during t lie--abseiice of her hus- band in the States, It is said that she resented these attentions, and I that as a result Snider shot her. He j apparently fired, more, than once at her or- himself., as .witnesses say I heard three or lour reports. I 'Idler has been re- ceived by the wiie of a Woodstock soldier at Ihe front telling how- Lieut, .laincx. icrmerly of this city, met his death in the trenches. According tu the letter, Lieutenant James uas killed by an explosion of his ov.'n bombs, which be liail charge of. 'these exploded when a section of a trench fell in on them, killing l.ieiu. James, l.i'.'iis. Kobinson of Strathroy ami ntiiers instantly. The letter saj s that tin1 dead soldiers were buried side by side in a ceme- Urv near the tiring line, under shell j Corporal Holmes i Killed in Action Internes at Fernie Camp .Mrs. A. Jackson, Ktlicl and .lim, left this atlrrnonii 10 sjieiiil 'a month's holiday at Ktiiuoutoii and (lull Lake. it The monthly meeting uf the M. .S. of KHUX church will held in the xcimol room Tuesday cvcuinK, July lath, at eight oVloi.-L The regular meeting of Uic G. 1. i A. will be hi-Id Uiis i'vcnins at 8.M j o'clock. All im-iiilK-rs arc icqiiestrrl j lie present, Mis. Hoherl Reynolds left for Ktl- morilun on SaUinliiy to visit her daughter, .Mrs. K. L Sutherland. Mi.ss Flossie MitduM, of 'How U- lantl, is spisiiiiing her vacation, in the city visiting friumfs mid relatives. Mrs. D. K. Harris ami children are spending .Inly and August in Blair- more, Alhi-rUi. i On July -S, Allan Hamilton and Nellie IhMldernmn of Made-oil were united in marriage at the lional parsonage, Her. .1. Lambert Alexander officiating. Thry will make their home in Calgary. Sir Charles Hibbert and Lady of Vancouver, have announc- ed the engagement of their youngest daughter, Janet, to Lieut. Glen C. j Holland, eldest son of Mr. Ciiyler Holland, of Victoria, B. C. Mr. Vv. S. Dodman, who luis heen the guest of Mr. Millard Robison, left for his home in Edmonton on Sunday, to resume his position in the Bank of Nova Scotia, after ,an enjoy able holiday in this city. Healing Powers of Fruit by "Frult-a-iives" Tho simple juices of apples, oranges, figs and prunes, when tnuiKi'oruned iuto 'Kruil-a-tives' will relieve diseases of the; Lit'fi'j Sidneys and Skin. The truth of this statement has been proved in thousands of eases of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, (.'oiiKiipaliou, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, iSkin Diseiisc-s, Rheumatism, and Chrome Headaches. The, (mormons sales of are best proofs of the value of fruit medicine. a box, 6 for trial size 2oo, At dealers or .sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-iives Limited, Ottawa. Discuss Economy in Health Board 7EFPELIX KAID ON THE STORY Kernir', July Hi IRC Kernic, July (.-penal to the wav 'U. O. S. at Yicton.l [rom Kdraiinton to: .lIT'ivcd in town last night and this Sirs. V. A. Alexander, arrived yes- i in company with Liiul tcrday coiurying the sai! news that j O.C., "Captain Stalker Corporal Cci'. Holmes, a from i J. J. Martin, motoi whom was pnbl.isr.cd in tlie d lo jiorrissey upon an inspection bridge Herald a lew days ago, was (rjp- here Colonel killed in the action at Clovcnchy on SO111C arrangement with the 15th ol The last report i Jlaclsay for a permanent di received here {.tiled that the Of tlie interned aliens. piuul v.'a.s among mis-sing. but ,j'obn [lendis. one, of the interned Mater aduces make it lertain that he mcn, brought here from I was killed, thus paying the highest: released ycsterda) j price possible lu his Kiuntry. (-0i jim-Kav upon instructions from 1 Corporal Holmes was 31 years ol npncra] Qlt'rr. It found upon age and an exemplary young investigation that Ueudis had a v, lie I wiio leaves liiauy Iric.ids here as well i snKc children entirely dc- I as in Kdmonton to mourn liis loss, j upon him for support, and The letters From which the lleralit; fat.'lS man was r.c- j stjry was compikii were dated June ]oased. His wife came down a day I first" and iouit'n, iuid were Ml oi m been furnishe'il] i hope for the future-. was a most, j mom.y the journey by j genial companion 'under all circlim- and she was j stances and had earned the name of i happy by having her hus'uand j I "Sunny Sunshine." j return with her tu Colemau yesier- BYrr.i: is bcine taxed her full ijiiota j j of victims of The. first-batlalion of which riolmes was' those two trenches 25 fl m number. Failure of support com-! relied the noys to firi'iback, the most j darigoroi.K pro urc under the con- j Dr. H. S. GRIFFIN Hamilton physician, who was elected president of tlie Ontario MedicaJ'coiin- cil to bucteed Dr I McVrlhui of London, Out. NOT GUILTY OF SERIOUS CHARGE Winnipeg, July jury hear- j ing TiHi: ua.-iC of Dr. Russsll Dumas Wasliiiigton, July in I close touch with the president otlt-j line his policy in regard to ico as follows Filial en'ort to induce the leaders if Mexico agree upon one of their on a charse of performing .an idgal'- operation here in aiionl a year ago. DAINTY FOOD Turns Pnle Checks to Firik Our i-iesi phsicians of the present day lieeK to cure patients By the use nd ether gu >.iosen for provisional' 'president. i Support of the' jirbVisional piesl-j dt-ut in all measures necessary to re-( store jejcc and or'der; -r i Ulrstinn by all'Hie vo'ers'of a pre- sident, as soon as tranquility pre- vails. Re-idy to Use Force The., pr.'siiicnt that the exc- 'I'iie tiuestioii of economy in board of Health matters was again the sub- ject of a lensithy and at times heal1- ed controversy at Che regular iug of the hoard on Thursday. No definite action was taken along these lines, and the topic will again be up for discussion at the next meeting. Although Mayor llardie is anxious that some savings lie effected by I lie board, the other members do not see how il is possible. The present Public Health Act; calls "or the maintenance of a medical health of- ficer and sanitary inspector, both of which require money. The isola- tion hospital is another item of ex- pense which the members do not sec how they can eliminate, cities of the cast which Mavor l-lar- die sometimes quotes in his argu- ments for economy, do not maintain an isolation hospital. Scavenging is also a targe bill, owing to the vast extent of ground to be covered. HURL- BOMS AT SULTAN honilon. July dispatch to Renter's Telegram Co. from Alexan- dria, Egypt, states that while tha Sul- tan of Kjrypt was going to prayers a bomb was thrown from a window, and fell at the feet of the hones. It did not exTiIode, however. The per- son who threw the bomb escaped. of'fooii and Hvlns. rather thanjnition of his program may require lieavy drugs, and this in the tfce. use of force. lie is prepared to method, for 'only from food can thp j authorise it. '.Many people, after lirina on poorly ekciu badly food for a "WAR SHOCK" IS LATEST long time, and T.h.-n their j Affliction Has Cqunsd Much Suffer- become chronic the doetpr n Woiindod "soidisr, i with some iiuiraioy, to -mstantl> J ___ RT. REV. GEO. THORNLOE. D.D. Newly-elected Metropolitan of On- tario, to succeed! Arciibii-bon Hamil- ton. He received tho unanimous vote of the House, of, Bishops, which has been considering the. appointment to this position Apnl j EiCRUITS WANTED For Battalion, C.O.E.F. (.'apt. K. B. Davidson uill bo ,it July 15th, 1915 For the purpoie ol Men for 63rd C O. E. F. REQUIREMENTS, 18 42 jear of age 5 feet S inches m heighl, chest measurement di inche In case ol married men oi men under eirs of age ten and witnessed pel-mission of wife or parents shall he nee- c-> an oefore iecn.lt can be oru m Private ?1 10 1'ei dai with separation allowance to wives and dependants of S20 a. month. R. B. DAVIDSON, Cajt, O. 63rtf Bat. This is not The only true i Chicago-Trcatmcnr ol 'war shock et od is to aa ciuicklv as car. one of the newest Afflictions known, r food to good. A young to tncillci-l science, was brought to the attention the American Insli- for iny of Homeopathy at its annual cimvpnl ion' hpi'e-todav. j I bo. from poo haily says: "I was variously treated nerves stomach, lirass, etc.. iiut none! convention here-today. the treatments sav "A.iout a rear MO! hen mv appe- i surgeon at't'ac'-'.'d to the Anglo-Am-! IKs'lIUll, Homeopathic coffee and taking Postum' in its place Jthc greatest prolilems has bejii" tlie'lfdatmenl oi the new dis-, Hearson "It is I'ostu'm so beneficial I had 'iietter use! nn imdelmed but.vcurallnicnl, due in; food as they were boti. a large P-itt-_t-o and land gradually 'began to get a little I better. -Someone suggested .that if I found-1 ease, [the childrerj of one brain. I commen- ced on Grape-Nuts food for hreakfa'it having Postum with I found the food so dainty, delicious ami appetiz- ing that I always look forward to breakfast with pleasure. ''Shortly afler coramcnfrin; diet, the wretched pain in my side 'stories of grave loss'of life and property caused, b.v.Uio iiZerpclin' rajd in London ar.ose because .of Hie trlct cihBorililP hut have been wholly dlsc'ramcil.-'iTlle, illustrate the nature ol" the damaBO one by the'bo ribs Uelow is a picture of an ansry Lbjldna nltft'Binashins the iiremises of a German baker fol-: (cssan! noises oi gunnery anrt the itenerary acute excilnmcnls and cmo- tions "accumulating and impressing thcinsches on the system., tjuict iind steep are the great need! of these inch, but it is hard to get i them in a condition where they can i Name given by Canadian Postum1 Co 'Windsor, Ont. Head "The Road lo In. pkgs. "There's a Ever .read the above letter? A new one appears frortrtime to tltiie. .They are genuine, of-human IjitlsrMt ARCHBISHOP (5UIGLEY DIES ROCHESTER Rochester, N, Y., July Edwasd archbishop of Cjiic'agp, dicd-at the Mine iif his Chief p.f, Police Joseph II. loderthe of the Arrjica- fcho. c Lc'li bridge, Macleod and Pinshcr C COK Wednesday, July HETURN FARE FROM LETHBRiDCE ce ts extra for UJ.) id Children Special Tram .1 in j liiniiii" 10.00 p.iu. TICkKTS MAI BE OBTAINED FROM KENNY i ALLIN'S DRUG STORE, STANDARD BANK, NORTH AT THE DEPOT, or Irom ANY MEMBER OF COMMITTEE Come and Oitting the BMiiUMl S'Snery of Foothills of the Rockies ;