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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917 THE LF.THBttlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE When Women are Weak Women who feel weak, languid and depressed- who look pale and dull-eyed, and have lost appetite and fresh looks-need a tonic that will purify the blood, help the organs of digestion, regulate the liver and bowels, and strengthen the system. It long has been known that Beeepanf&Ptus are a blessing to weak women, for they quickly correct womanly ailments, improve the appetite, purify the blood and re-establish healthy conditions. They are safe to take as they are purely vegetable and without any harmful drug. A few doses will bring better .spirits, improved health and a feeling of fitness. Worth a Guinea a Box Prepared wily hy TfiomM Beeeham, St. Helena, LaneatMre, EndaatJl, Said ovary wkcra in Canada and U- S, America, In b�x�*, 2S cant*. CGALHURST MAN London, .Inly 11.-Andrew Bonnr l.iiw, member of the British war eoiih-cil, announced in the house of ".oni-.... I in ons todav, that a .judicial imiuiry will i.o conveyed to the | ,.,,,,, ,u, ll0hl (m thn rondue(. ol' tho I persons impugned in tliR report of the | British coiiimistiion which fuvesfKe.t-I nd the MoHopotnniian expedition. 1 made puhlic. in a blue book i:;suotl June 2ti. (Ki-mii Our Own Corr^soonttontl . Coalhurst. July 1'J.-The provincial Red Cross raffle or twelve pairs of KJi-lcs knitted by 11. It. II. the late Du'.'Uchs of OnnnaiiKht resulted in one if our Coalhurst younj; men holding :he lucky number. Mr. ./. ./. Cash in the fortunate recipient of a pair of sock-.* Unit lie will greatly prize. Coal-Jurst workorn made ureal efforts for � hlK sale of tickets and are sratified '.bat one pair lias come into the v 111-Uve. Home ier of the society. It is hoped that a, '.urge number will be present., l.-iiie:. .vill meet at the church at "i.'i p.m. and place of .noeting. Saturday was pay day at tlie mine f:.;- "'ficiuK and other;; who have been u-ir'-iiif; durin,; tlie strike. The miners will not receive their first pay lit.Ul the 21*�t. Local enthusiasts are looking forward to the long evenings when they hope to hnve a number of successful entertainments, a suggestion has been made that an orchestra h" organised with' a number of instruments Such an orchestra would be available for the regular dances and for other similar � affairs. Messrs. I'ercival have very kindly offered tlie free use nl their hall and piano for practices mil any who are interested are ro-iiuested to hand their names as soon as possible to It. II. Cirnnt.  Mrs, IJpbt. Gammon and little hoy left .on .Wednesday morning on a iiioiirh'h . vifjft In ){e away for b fortnight and arc making elaborate preparations for the disposal of their big catch. Miss Sarah McKeagan of Coleman, is the guest of Mrs. McNeil for a few weeks. Miss Margaret Williamson qf Luthbridge, is staying with Mrs. \V. C. Marsh. Farmers in this district are very in-i forested in the reiiorts of the recent ' water conference in Lethhridge and j are hoping that thn Lethbrldge 'board I of trade will continue In the good I work they have begun. A large; number of our farmers have to haul Water for household and stock purposes from the river, or from sloughs at various distances, and good -water right on the farm would be a great boon. CRISIS HERE STRANGEST OF WAR'S IRONIES. London, .July - 12.-"The political crisis in Canada.-which conscription has brought about is surely one of tho strangest or the war's ironies," remarks Truth. "It might hove been hoped that the Anglo-French alliance in Europe would help to assuage the I old stand in racial antagonism in the j Dominion, hut it has had precisely i tlie opposite effect. | "For Fr.uice thorn is Hp-homage i find a display of tho tricolor in pref-I veiice to the Union Jack, but flat � refusal to render her the only effec-j live service in lior extremity. It is I ovidnnt. any attempt to enforce con-, scription will cause very serious tu-j mult in the French province." FORESTRY UNITS Ottawa, July 11.-The following report of the work of the Canadian forestry corps has been received by the government from general headquarters In France: "'"here are at present 2.'.' companies of the Canadian forestry corps operating in France. Tlie (irst eight companies arrived between December last and the end of March, and five companies arrived in April, with their full technical equipment and approximately tin per cent, of their transport. iJIfchl more companies arrived In the third wek of May. It is hoped in employ fit; companies in nil by September. The companies are equipped with Canadian made saw mill machinery and tools, and I he greatest, ettlcieney and keenness is displayed by all ranks. Operations cover a large area. I-iim-In r is manufactured, Including small Umbos to be used by the troops for roads and mining. "The establishment of the companies. Including transport, is ino all rankr-'.  Thn average production varies according to the nature of the. woods. It. is said In suitable woods between 1.000 and l.BOf! tons of sawn lumber, together with sullicicnt round timber to bring the. output, up to 2,00(1 tons per lnonth, may bo expected. On round timber alone, however, a company produces from 4,000 to ti.OOO tons per month. Some of the operations are' being carried out under shell tire and one unit was recently heavily 'shelled, fortunately .no casualties resulting. "Of the companies six are employed in the army areas, although their work is greatly handicapped by having to operate in small woods, ns a rule devastated by shell tire. The dally output is most satisfactory and wood is delivered direct to armies at very short notice. "Seven companies, including the Canadian Construction company- (col-bred) are employed in the .I lira wood. The Canadian mills in operation in (his area aroused great interest amongst the French military and civil authorities, who have not hesitated to express their admiration of tho mechanical efficiency evidenced in the. design and construction of the mills. "Ten companies are, now working on tlie lines of communication. Some fine forests have recently been acquired for exploitation in this area. "An advance party lias already arrived in the Bordeaux district and is iii;i);a� necessary arrangements for opening up operations. "All companies, except one, are fully equipped in every detail with Canadian saw mill machinery and tools." ARE CONFIDENT IN JUDICIAL INQUIRY. Petrogrnd, July 11.-The Amorican commission, headed by lCllhu Root, ] has completed a'month's survey of all I the phases of t,he, Russian sitNaUon \r.vl Is confident in the r belief that the nation will emerge, successfully from Its internal difficulties anil be able to' redirect its force toward the energetic pursuance of'the jwar. The optimistic conclusions of the commission are not derived alone from consultations with the governmental heads, but arc based more largely upon the spirit and determination of the people which has--been cn- In a majority of cases, surgical operations, are I Not always, but unnecessary. Wonderful, Indeed, are the cures of recent years resulting from scientific optical discoveries. ' And what a boon to humanity they are! IN OIK WOliK WE KEEP THE TIMES You may not be suffering from "strabism" (squinting of the eyes) and yet badly In need of glasses for some other visual defect. WE'RE HERE TO HELP YOUI AllliEAST OF THE CITY'S LEADING JEWELER ESTABLISHED 1898 ISSUER OF MARRIAGE LICENSES NO WITNESSES REQUIRED-LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA i countered in all the delegations propel Iv representative of tlie temper of th" nation. There is. however, no disposition by the commission lo nilnimWo the dangers threatened by the widespread Merman propaganda and pacifism agitation or the practical difficulties in the way of transportation and the reorganization of liuysla's economic life. The question of the food supply is, in the opinion of Hie commission, the uki-M important of the problems and unless transportalion is Immediately improved, fall and winter will see famine in uianv places. Mr. Root has made the following statement to the Associated Press; "The mission has accomplished what K came here to do. We found no organic or incurable malady In the Russian democracy \\'e must remember that a people In whom all constructive effort has been RiippreBSMl for so long can not immediately develop a genius for quick action. The solid, admirable traits in the Russian character will pull the nation through the present crisis. Natural love of law and order and capacity for local self-government have been demonstrated every day ^inre the revolution. The country's most, serious lack is money and adequate transportation. Wn shall do what we can to help Russia in both." T1IK CALL TO Hl\SNI A- "Will LK VVK TALK OITJ ALLIKS FIGHT A man enn get himself liked by admitting that, iie was wrong, but' few men. want that son of popularity. Here are two Russian soldiers home from the front, addressing one of the huge demonstration-, which have been frequent in I'c'rograd. One of theni |,a� lost a:i arm. "Le-vare of the Hun when te 'While we tall, our brother,; fj,;lit.- The i, crowd declared for the government. "r lo fraternize," hu said. (oj NG AT T Special Sale For Saturday Great Price Reductions Throughout the Store Ladies' Black and Blue Serge Skirts 4.35 Fine Crepe �le Cliene Waists.......2.95 40-inch Fancy Dress Voiles.........29C Boys' Heavy Wash Bloomers, pair. . . 5Qc (Jills' Black Sateen Bloomers, heavy quality........................38c Girls* Wash Dresses.................49c (sills' Pleated Duck Skirts, white or -iuch Window Scrims, yard.......2Cc Women's Wash Kitchen Dresses .... X�00 Large White Bed Spreads.......... 1,25 42-inch Colored Voiles,- pretty shades 39c :j(>-inch Nainsook, yard.............13c Child's Crib Comforters...... .....90c Women's Sport Suits and Skirts, Almost .....................HALF PRICE :5S and 40-inch Silk Crepes and Fancy Marquisettes, per yard..........75c Boys* Linen and Straw Hats, each .... 25c Women's Muslin and Voile Dresses ..................... HALF PRICK (JO-inch Hall' Bleached Table Linen, Per yard......................69c Children's Boiupers and Creepers at . . 50c Drawn Biumers and Squares, each. .. 504*! Ladies' White Underskirts, embroidery trimmed......................1.00 Women's Strong Black Cotton Hosiery 18c Women's Fine Voile Waists, each .... 1.39 40-inch Colored Voiles, Sale Price .'.. JJOc All our fine qualities that sold up to 85c, Hoys' Wash Blouses and Shirt Waists 35c The Simpson Co. Ltd. FOURTH AVKNUE-N EAR POST OFFICE m * ;