Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JULY M, THE L E T H BRIDGE D A I L i A E U A L D PACK KIVI Afloat or Ashore SEAL BBAND COFFEE is still the Javoritc IT IS SUPERB! HOW TO .MAKE STRAIGHT HAIR CURLY (Society Talk.) To make straight hair nice and cur lr In one night by merely applying plmin liquid one o the bast beauty secrets that has leak ed out in a Jong. time. Some peculiar property "of thte harmless fluid1 causea the hair-to dry iu jus; the prettiest most natural-looking curls and Creases Imaginable. It is valuable us a, drees Ing alttb, as it puta new life ami lustre into dead-looting hair. This means that the singeing, dry Ing curling iron can now 'be dispensed Tvith forever! A few ounces of the liquid sllmerine, which may bo fount in drug store, will keep the hai In wave for weeks. It is neltlie sticky nor greasy and is really quite an agreeable-thing to use. it can >1> applied with a clean -tooth brush be- fore the transformation afford a most pleasant surprisi in the BATTERSEA SCHOOL EXAMS. Batfersea. .Inly foilpwin 'sue those students who were success ful iu the midsummer examination i in Battersea school Grade Pearson Clark Beiswanger Chestc McDonald. ftrade AlcXabb anil Hele McDoiald .Stanley Landry Bessie Nolan, Harry Poole, Horac Jones, Felt Pearson, Nolan. Grade Landry, Maudl 1 Poole, Alice Jones, Ruth Fisher. Grade Landry an Hazel Pearson, Willie Nolan Grade 3 Hattie Lillia Fisher and George Caplin (equal) Florence Nolan, Ernest Landry. Grade Ilollingston. Hole Landry, Ralph Jones, Jlorley Fisher E. S.' Matbcson, teacher: FttENCH MFLK.S KCiUIIM'lvl) WITH IMCKISCOI'KS Picture shows a soldier firing a sun without exposing, any, part of hia iisraon. Ho can sight his mark through the mirror and sun sight attached o the rille and pick on" his enemy witli ease. MACHINE GUN FIIUXU S90 SHOTS A MIXUTK 111 I tu air ooled machine fin D- o and stiff it RocUliffc llanos Otl-n a It id le-n ir ptcl b French and Una mn arniie >m. i nl ol ut u eil ni the in dun lies Dritish, Forces Motorman to Recant Evidence Commission on Motor Trucks Boiling hay in water in iron ket ties will remove rust from them.. A Trireless si-ailOn, open to t-lic puhlic, has be6n opened in. Ticrra del Fuego. Old Ways Merely Quieted The Corn The New Way Ends It Some folks still cling to liquids, to inefficient 16 merely :parintf corns. They wrong themselves. Their own friends keep free corns by using Bhie-jlJ .piaster. They apply one in a jiffy, then the corn. In .48 hours, without pain or the entire corn conies out. A famous chemist found this way which makes corns out-of- date. One can't prevent them easily, but to keep them is folly. i" Millions of people know that. Blue-jay 15 ml 2S Dmtf Samfla Frit Bwr A Hxk, Calgary, .July the street railway investigation this morning j Judge Simmons commented unfavor-j ably on the evidence which showed i that Superintendent McCaulay had j forced Motorman Walker to sign a document in >vhich he recanted cer- tain evidence he had given before the city commissioners in an inquiry they held into the internal'workings of the i system. Walker had been suspended before reinstating him'McCaulay, lie alleges, forced -sign the paper in question: 1'fr contrary to British fair play and a-despotic lotion, said the. Pope Condemned Belgium Invasion Paris, July Gasparri, papal secretary of state, has given the Belgian m'inister' to the Vatican a letter in which the cardinal says the violation of Belgian neutrality by Gevmany was expressly included by Pope Benedict 'among :the acts -which His Holiness condemned in his- con- sistorial allocution of January 22, according to a .dispatch .received by the La. firplx-from its -Rome corres- pondent. -The La. Crolx asserts, declared in his letter the Pope made no such reply as was at- tributed to him bv..Louis. .La Tapie, the Paris Libertc corresponded, when questioned as regards neutral- ity. Release 27 of Fernie Internes Fernie, July to the Her- ald released of the terne'd "men here today after waking careful examination of them were under age-andirrom Gal- icm llungarv and Bukcm na and otlior Aiistliaii provinces. Each man has to tplc? ari; oath' -prescribed the ermr" ent, binding Jura to good c-oi dUvl one to report at stated per iods Most of them are mere hoys who have been working in hinuer camps and otflai out door occupa lionet Wilson baa tent in a re ciuiBition for uniforms for men and non-coms, with-which to im- ifomi a full company ot men and for full equipments A shower bath has been installed for the iirls oners find othei implements foi the bettei consening of the health of the. camp. The development of uiter power in lias marie electrtutv ihfaper than steam in that Ottawa, July 12. The war-con- tracts inquiry was resumed before Sir Charles Davidson. Major W. Owen Thomas, advisor to the militia, department cm the pur- chase cf motor trucks, staled that he joined the .militia dcparlinciit in November last he -was appoint- ed a member of the land transport emuir.issiori named to purchase me- chanical transport [or the second i'on- lingont. Major Thomas-sai'l lit' has received bids from S4 companies for motor and other mechanical transports and made a report to the minister and the government. As a result (if :ts deliberations they (ircided to buy the Kelly trucks and have them assem- bled iu Canada. (jurs tinned as to the reason for the rciectiun oi Lite ofier of the -Indiana motor truck which was offered ai- lower pricps, .Major Thomas sain it was rcjrcLeil because, the engine would not.stand up to the work-, re- quired ol H The Major's Commissionr ilajor Thomas -staled that early in February ms leUtions with Ihr di, parlnient clunked when 1, witii the minister thai- he. was to taK'e chartic of all motor transport on i basis of 1' per cent on the cost 1 li to the present timi. his commission has amounted .to; CHARLES BECKER TO DIE JULY 28 Oiimfng "S "i Hih Becker's" execution is day, luH 2S Warden fhonias M Oaborne" announced the date follow- ing the decision ot the supreme Loiitt justite eiitrlc- P Hughes at Range ley, Mninc rejecting the jilCA Beck er's lawyers, to take the case into the supreme court. Two victs will die on day. .They arc Carl Dranhwit, convicted of a 'trunk and Samuel 'Hayues who killed. Mrs. John .Harrison, in Paterson, N, J. ounc( of sugd v "f i pail of water will help to In the blue color in tnan> textiles r Packet ot WILSON'S- FLY PADS I kill MORE FlIES THAN WORTH CF AKV STICKY-'n CAHHEB WHEN YOU CHEW IT AFTER, EVERY MEAL! is the one confection that can be used by everybody with perfect assurance that it is not harmful in any way. If it did nothing else except to prevent acid mouth and bad breath, it would be a boon to mankind. But it's helpful in manyways. It keeps thirst to steady stomach and nerves! SEE HOW MUCH BETTER YOU WILL FEEL It quickens appetite, aids digestion, brightens and preserves teeth. There's joy in its full, long-lasting flavors: cool- ing, soothing Peppermint or the delicious tang of fresh Mint Leaves. It's fine when you are feeling out-of-sorts, but don't wait for that! Keep in trim! Chew it after every meal! MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wrigwr C.. LM., Twwtte Ginis .nd Amim.uit.on Carts W the Germans Captured from the BiwIanB, Displayed in the Market Place a Milage in Poland. _____________' Deceased Milk River Man Was Popular Milk River JnH Win I Moel lermt, latch deceased at Milk Hner whose mneral took pHce hole on Irichi afternoon lit uyd it vears and Uo months, it (he time of his death H- born at Hcndcr son Mmnesoti wherf he spent his carlv boUiood Hunt, ol i mecinnital linn of muni the deceased earh took up the learning of Ihs; tinner s trade and hirdwiie business Through this period the eenero'.iH ind sell-dennl of Hit dc ceased nrro cicmplilied in (he Ip to twentl fHe ol an the nt eased worked in Minnesota nrst it Belle Plamc ntLi it Folej At this ige he followed his two sisters, 1 dith and to Portland, Here he spent ibuut four i ieirs coming from PorlHnd to War-1 AlbeLU where he went into thei business, but he boon re-j In flic homestead near Milk Rnei wheie he and Ins sislur An-1 ciista 101 the past seven; and up to the time of his dtath c that tho (ainih need saved the ticiter part ol the fact great he save he small income ot his dijs of ippn.nl.c-i.hip in ordei to help his sisters in sick ness or distress or to help keep up the home luc 111, affection lie ind in I lire ilso mturalh out to liiinuii no-ds hesond tht CARD Of THANKS hereby wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the min) neigh- bors and friends who so kindl) ex- Itnded their simpith) Tirt asiistincc il llli decease ind burial of our dear brother i F Moellenng IfIL FUI'LY Milk Kner Ufa Ore recent wceli. linn in tuti Porfl tnd rYrmh "irc'lp'Hn dolniimnt planted U 000 rose bushes o. 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