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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT LETi-innipr.E DAILY RUDAY. JULY 10H! 5 For Hair Health Use Rexall 'IPS11. Hair Tonic. If it does not improve the health of your hair and scalp we will pay for what you use in the trial. Buv use it as directed for 30 days, then if not entirely satisfied, come and tell v.s and we will promptly hand buck your money. Rexall Q-, yair Tonic pleasant to use, h.is a faint odor aud is sola at Rexall Drugstores esclusively. jcc. aud fi.oo SfawpPi' is rftam- tmitdfd to 'keep thf hair dean, and FOR SALE BY J. n Co.. Limited. LETHBR1DGE. t II 1 Rcgiim. July J. Gallon, chief Conservative organizer for tin1 pro- vince, was cited for contempt before the Wetmoro commission this inoni- iim for the refusal to answer tuius- tior.2 relating to the iiiemity of tliv government olliciiil who allowed liim to photograph ermiient ilonimoiits eonnucU'iI with the roaiiwork t'ranU. Argument on the UtH'stion uf contempt proeeciltMl all momme- When the commission mut, the stenographer read from his notes Mr. Gallon's evidence a few days ago. Chairman Wet more then culled Mr. Gallon 10 The Ptaml and filed him for contempt, lie :wkeil .Mr. Gallon if lie1 Ftill refused to answer questions put to him and Mr. Gallon said that lie did. Argument was 'hen begun by H. V. tifgelow. K.C.. counsel for Gallon, who was still speakinp when the com- mission adjourned at noon. His plea was that Mr. Gallon's refusal to nn- swer was privileged on suveittl grounds, chietiy that lie was in a sense a public prosecutor, his duties as or- ganizer being to wau-h the doings of the sitvenimeni: tlmt the iiuestions were not pertinent 10 the inquiry and thai the answer might iui-riminsle the man about whom the questions were aski'd. Mr. Bigelow said ii was ;i mai- ter of honor for Mr. Gallon. Big-Time Was Had Burns Does Damage x BANK TELLER GETS AWAY WITH Montreal. -Jr.Sv 52. With about SH.OOP in his pocket T. i.. Lefort, payins- teller in ihe Lnmi-li oi the Hank" of llochelaea. at ihe corner of St. Denis and Roy streets, this i-ity. left the hank last'Friday after- noon, jumped into a wait ins'antonio- bile in vhieh a girl was Mil ing with on the open door, and throw. ins in clutch, Since ha? heyn seen or heard ofVhe couple, so far as the hank are aware. BIG RECRUITING CAMPAIGN IN THE UNITED STATES Washington. July or- ganization of an extensive national guard recruiting .service was author- ized icday by the, war department to bring regiments.on border duty up to full strength of about IfrlJiOO men. "With nearly iiO.flOii regulars on border duty the government would have 210.- OQo'inen or more engaged in protect- ing the line. THE DANDELION It seems we iiiive been neglect- ling the While the hunse- holder who keeps a good lawn- has I spent good money to have the yellow j flowers and their roots destroyed the j United State? has been importing from Europe every year tons and ions iot the roots for medicinal purposes. Scientists say thai our home product every good muyeny contained in the, roots oi those imported, but for 'soiiit; reason not evident there has 'been little or no attempt so far 10 :cultivate dandelion in this ootin- 'iry. On the .-untrary. inuc-h has been 'done to stamp out what hay been t-on- a Dandelion roots aud. indeed, all sorts of greens are good tonk-s; they relieve the stiigiuiuon of :the Wood." The dandelion is one of Uhe most cosmopolitan of drugs. Us 'value is known to country folks, who imake it into a number of simple home I remedies, and chemists also find it j valuable. It is strange that the riil-" jtivation of the dandelion in this coun- j try has not. been found commercially i profitable before Ex- 'press Home. -Tnly request of Kaiser William and Emperor Francis j Joseph, that Bulgaria" troops be !io the Galician find Italian irotus. has been refused by Czar Ferdinand, ac- cording to advices from Geneva. The {request was conveyed by a delegation :of Austro-Gennan military and diplo- imtitic officials, who arrived at Sofia on I Sunday. Rumanian intervention on the sidy 'of the Entente Allies was pointed out a probability should Russian und Italian successes continue. In reply, the Bulgarian ruler said ithai if he withdrew any of his troops !for service in Italy or Galicia he j would be exposed to an allied often- isive on the Salonika front. Lomond, July town is as- suming unite a dry now. Yesterday way our day. A Indians pitched their tents by the and ran their ponies in the ni'.'os, but there were too many last horses miming. Lomond peril tins has never experienced such a crowd and certainly never had so many autus here to represent the prosper- ity of the country. It is'estimated that close to one hundred automobiles were lined ujt around the grounds which, when they started honking, marie a {leniYiiwj; noise. Three baseball jiuim-s look np a i large par! of the afternoon. Rc'hi'-v, k'hampion and Lomond playiny. was t.Viaten by thf lads, hut when the Lomond boys' turn I came to play the -winners, the Clmiii- 1 plon U'ain and its were taken back, when the siate showed I a score of 3 to 4. the home team putting the money down in their i jeans. i A couple- of pretty lassies passed around the Red Cross boxes and many a dollar was gathered in this manner. Champion band was in attendance 1 and rendered choice music. Mr. Uortoii has recovered from his i accident of a few weeks iiso. i A. Muuroe from Toronto, is visit- i ing her? with H. Kinley and wife. He j is a brother of the latter. Tiie extension to Orbie Faker's j pool room is being rushed ahead, lie i will have seven tables in his hall. H. Mclntush had the misfortune to his burn burned down, contain- iny all his harness, except one set. ;a quantity of oats, baled hay, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Mclntosh and Cameron i were in Calgarv at the time. Mr. Manning is lying in Lethbridge hospitul, 'waiting for an operation. I His many friends hope to welcome him home soon. A bad storm swept a large area near Vulcan the other day, many large farmers losing some of their crop. Mr. T. Armstrong near here hart I a line team of horses killed by lighui- [HC the other Mrs. .Tulesburg and of Seattle, who lived near here for many years, are visiting Mrs. Bell, an old neighbor. Sixty Years ihs Standard CREAM BAKING POWDER Made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. C. S. Xoble's office, and secretary of i tin: local Hed Cross society, is now in khaki, having joined the IJHst. lie says that he is enjoying the new litV and is anxious 10 yet to the front. At the Presbyterian church serv- ices last Sunday, the pastor read tho i iiddress of ihe moderator, dealing with the assembly's action on churc'a i union. i Mr. anfl -Mrs. Percy Hunt are re- jon-iny over (lie arrival of a bis. far, i bonneiUK hoy, born im Sunday. It j biis heon remarked thnt -Mr. Hunt has yrown visibly hither aud prouder since the happy event. .1, It. lieeb. of Let lib ridge, was n j business visitor to Noblefonl on iMon- day and Tuesday. Indications are that there will be heavy straw again this year. Orders will be tilled shortly for binder twine, and already farmers are making iir' rangomenU for early threshing. Out- tits are being overhauled mid thresh- ers are hoping to get uway with a good start. I The subjects for services next Sun- I day -will be: morning "Sincerity vs. I flveninst. "The Sinless i Newlands, "A Great Mes- sage." Isn't" it about time that the Leth- bridge Beard of Trade organized an- other "get acquainted trip" into this district? The farms around offer :i splendid obiect lesson to those in- terested in the. best farming methods of the day. Specially Made for the Water of this Country New York Man Honors Men of the Deutechland. XPV.- York. July check for was sent today to Captain Paul Kuenig, captain of the Gorman sub- marine Dentschhmd, by August Heck- sdier, a New York capitalist, in recog- nition of the submarine's feat. The sum will be distributed among the of- ficers and men. r. 11 eefeseher sent the check through Charles von Helmolt, manager oi the North Steam- ship company. Save the Coupons for Premiums A Chinese boy of Singna i-a up a Confuciiinist. scholarship of iff in order to he baptized a; a Chris- tian. TO BUY HERE MEANS TO SAVE MONEY. WHY WT START NOW? J wear. Men's Straw Hats ust the thiBg for summer A A sr. Worth Special.. Boys' Straw Hats Going at Boys' Linen Hats. Special 49 c Children's Straw Hats and Special................. 60c Boys' Suits The Famous Wearbetter make. A belt free with every suit. We haye'djn AT thorn upwards from.......... Men's Suits We have the finest on die market at prices that cannot be duplicated any- where. Men's Serges Finest Hake. Regular 125.00 for Light Worsted Regular 515.00. for Regular S13.75. for Children's Slippers ite Canvas. Regular ?1.25. QC they last. Special C Men's Boots Heavy Working Boots. Reg. (Jo AA i.OI) and ?3.7S. Going at..... ipO.UU Groceries! THIS WEEK WE HAVE TWO SPECIALS CN COFFEE BEAN. .CRESCENT BLEND, gl Aft 35c per Ib or 3 Ibs DIAMOND "4" COFFEE, A real good coffee. Ib. Ground in our store while you wait. C S. po 2 Ib. tin Fry's or Baker's, HATS. One price, ip MEN'S ODD PANTS In tweeds and worsteds, nice patterns ainl nicely fin- ished. VALUES (M TC Clearing at VALUES Clearing at VALUES Clearing at and VALUES Clearing at 7C ol And Closes Saturday July 22 .GOODMAN 3rd Avenue S. Next (o Koyal ;