Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
.PAGE SIX LETHBRinr.K DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY Jo, 1910 Nothing Better for that Hot Feeling than a Refreshing Glass of Crystal Butter Milk Wlu-ntbc sun Imf urnl you sinrt gvt- tiiio- oTouc-hy at the weather man, rejuveimu- yourself a Crystal hutrer milk. TfV a sure heal lu-tti-r for that "All in" condition. Crystal Dairy butter milk is pure. _ rich, wholesome, niviawatiii-r. Unnvii-ups like it as well as children. There isn't anything that can equal it as a summer refreshment. THE CRYSTAL PHONE 1576. AT STARLAND Monday and Tuesday What the Press Agents Say At the Orplieuin The Ornheum presents, in addition to Us "kiure show for tonight, a vau- deville act, the From-Man. This U .m acrobatic net of merit, and will he sure to please. The picture program includes a choice offering of comedies and dra- mas. Try Our Delicious Ice Cream Soda By all means try it if you are fond of tee cream soda, espsci- ally if you are fond of vanilla ice cream soda water. You will find that there is a tastiness and tartness to ours. The best van- illa ice cream and the best van- illa syrup. The mixing of soda water drinks we study careful- ly, 5r.u j-ju will like ours we are sure. JACKSON CO. Dispensing Chemists Lethbridge, Alberta At the Empress Bluebird Photoplays seem to have a purpose of timeliness in tlieir produc- tions, in addition to the accepted use- fulness as entertainment. The lat- est example of keeping pace with events comes with the announce- ment of "Elusive Isabel" as the five- act feature offered 'at the Erinr. as tonight for the last time, with rior- ence Lawrence the star of the ejc-ias- ion. While there has been .10 spec- ific purpose to interpret in actuality the present condition of the "U. S. foreign relations, there has been de- vised a most interesting structure of events and conspiracies that well serves to keep in mind the diplomatic manoeuvre ings that have been in the public mind tor many mouths. Miss Lawrence plays the role of a Euro- pean spy who is engaged in a battle of wits against one of the cleverest operatives in the United States Secret Service. IT SEEMED A SHAME TV Book Ajcnt Siir. He Wai Ea.y Don't SCOUR Your Teeth USE a tooth paste that cleans and polishes in a natural Mennen's. Mermen's is from grit mil all injurious substances. It thor- oughly deans the teeth and re- moves stains and tartar. And then there is the fresh coo! after-taste that is so agreeable compared with the "druggy" sickly taste of so manydcntifrices. Mennen's with its lip and the man's favorite. Mennsn's Sold br DnJajrcts. If unable to obtain it readily, aend and will send you a DeraocGtrztor tuba containing enouEh to eoable you la this Dentifrice a Ihoreuzh trial. Write today. Sellinz Amenta for Canada McCa-jl 3 treet. Canadian Factory: Hontrari brated BaEllsh actress, who recently endeared herself to Starlaud's pat- I rons, in "The Tongues of will t be seen in au engrossing drama of modern fashionable life and frenzied finance "The Code of Marcia Gray" This great picture deals with the story of a man who is caught in the of financial hazard. The jaws of the great Fetish, "taking a chance" crushed him. He then wrong- fully accused his wife of duplicity. I The play is an exceptionally strong j one and gives Miss Collier ample j scope for her splendid histrionic tal-1 ents. CANADIAN STEAMER LOST i I a leak off Gaspe head and has been I abandoned. The steamer is drifting; Ottawa July marine de-lin a sinking condition ami is danger-, received a wire from its mis to navigation. The crew were agenT at Gaspe that the schooner [rescued and are at Gaspe. Steps are 1 Charles Marshall of Cobourg. Ont., being taken by the marine department j coal laden, from New York, has sprung to salvage the steamer. I At Starland The program at Starland is one of the best comedy programs seen in the city for some time. A splendid three reel comedy drama, "The Tale of the 'C'" in which Mary Fuller plays the leading role, BiHie 'Ritchie in a screamingly funny L-Ko two reel com- edy, "Tiie Scars and Stripes Forever" with a Paramount Travel picture and a duet by Miss Sirnm and Mr. Flem- ing, make a program of especial mer- it and enjoyment. On Monday and Tuesday the cele- Your Last Year's Summer Wardrobe Rejuvenated The Expensive Part 01 Clothes is That the average woman doesn't get enough out of them. But don't be so foolish or extravagant this year. Bring out your last summer's ward- robe and let us rejuvenate it with our cleaning and dyeing service. We'll make your last summer's skirts, waists and dresses look like new. Our service is a Fountain of Youih for clothes. We'll dye them or clean them which ever yon wish. Give us nn opportunity to show you what we can do. We're sure we can satisfy you. 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For licknts and other ihforma- tlon apply to any Railroad or Steamship Agent, or to Donaldson Line H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M3512 Vancouver, 531 (jranvllle St. The Reformed Book Agent was re- citing a few of his adventures to the bunch ID the hotel lobby. "You observed, the R. B. A., tn the course of tho dissertation, "there always comes a time sooner or later when the rule you've been gotag by won't work. It had got to be a with me tbat school toachers were comparatively easy marks for a man who desired to euter negotiations for j the sale of a book the size of a child's Bible, bound in either plain cloth or j half morocco, with title in gilt letters, j "I was selling a book that was prao- j tically the same thins as a 25-cunt i World almanac, containing all sorts of useful information, and if you didn't care for the best binding you could get it for us little as It was a work that appealed stronyly to teach- era. principals, mothers and all who bad the education of the youth of any j given community at heart. j "Now, one feature ef the booK j agent's game that's as old as the statutes and olty ordinances of the and Persians is to get, the lead- lag educator of tbe town you're in to buy the book, or at least make him think he's bought it to him i for netting if need then. having bought it, to write you out a brief recommendation for the work. With that recommendation every nan in town, and everybody else who joas In for 'cultchuh and aht' and all know the .your Most of them will j your great educational work, just like a lot of school children crowding In line for a special matin'ea of 'Ten Nigbts in a Barroom.' I "The first, move a knowing book agent therefore, is to get, the j indorsement of the superintendent of public schools, or tbe president of the college if there is one of these fresh- j water colleges around, and the lead- i Ing highbrow minister. But It is a sort j of umvrittea law that the superintend- I eat of schools must be made to come over, first of all: "The publishing house I was work- Ing for sent me to one of those little county seat towns where nothing of Importance ever happens except the next number on the Star lecture course. Somebody pointed out the head of the public school system to ma, and I chuckled to myself, for he looked so easy that I had a notion just to sell him the book by telephone without even bothering to go to his of- fice and have him send his indorse- ment to me at my hotel by a messen- ger boy. I knew that there was no j way that he could turn me down. He looked so gentle and amia- ble that you would have sworn he was the local representative of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Some- thing. "I went over to see him the next morning. At first I thought of telling him' right off that I was a book agent, and what I wanted him to do. In the light of later developments that's what I should have done. But I fol- lowed the usual rule made and pro- vided for book agents in such cases, and talked to him aa if I were Inter- ested in education some way or other, and bad just dropped into visit with him for a spell and get hie views. "He was such a benevolent old party that I had chatted along for half an hour OB general topics before I thought of mentioning my book. By that time we were as friendly as hired ne.p and 1 knew that I could sell him anything from a book to a second- hand gas engine. "I was just going to pull out my prospectus when a young man came into the reception room just outside the office aad started to walk in where we were, but stopped when he saw me. I told the old man that I would let my business wait if the man In the next room wanted to see him for a minute, but he waved me back Into iay chair. 'Stay right where you be eays, smiling; amiably, and added in a whisper: 'I think I know who that is. It'i a young man who's been coming around to bother me about a book. It won't do him any good, for I never buy books from agents, but I suppose bVll succeed in taking up a lot of my tine before I get rid of him.' "Wow! Put me in fine, didn't ft? 1 about abandoned any idea right, then of owniog up that I was a book agent myself, but to make matters worse, the young walked In right then and my intended victim turned around and recognized him as his own son. "'Well, he chuckled, 'to think tbat I wauld take my eon for a book agent! mat's pretty good, 1 And he laughed heartily. We all laughed. Mine must have sounded tbe colrt, calculating laugb of the man who wears a gray derby hat ill a ihow, for there no mirth in it, that's a cinch. iir, do know, I was so irut tut over that deal that 1 went on the next town without try fax to Mil a la tbat burg, though I'4 to spend three or fouV VMka there. IB Irit I had tCvugh luperitUioB la take it ai a And then I was afraid that Man would meet me on the itaia day aid learn what my business was. Be I ducked. added the Reformed Book "the thing that I've wondered about some thousands of times sinco then the benevolent, hu- society-looking old party get oft that booh agent talk a purpooe? Da TOU supptie he Eighty-five thousand satis- fied owners against un- proved claims and rosy promises You judge a man by what he's by what he says ho Intends to do. Judge a motor car the same way. Eighty-five thousand and more Canadian built Fords have "made good" in actual service. Since 1904 this, sturdy, economical car has stood'the In Canada, but throughout the British possessions. Every passing year has seen Canadian Ford sales mount by thousands of under almost every con- ceivable condition, the car has proved itself a splendid all-arcund utility. It has sold on its record for dependable and economical on the rosy promises of its makers. The man who selects a Ford is backed in his judgment by more than eighty-five thousand satisfied motorists in the Empire. Has this a significance for you? The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring Ford Coupclet 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario Phone 033. At! cars completely equipped, including electric Equipment does not Include speedometer London, July proposals made in the recent British note to Germany regarding relief for intern- ed civilians were given to the As- sociated Press today by Lord Robert Cecil, minister of war trade, in sub- stance, as follows: All persons above the age of 50 are to hfi repatriated by their res- pective countries. All persons between the ages of -15 and 50 who are unfit for military ser- vice also are to be sent home. Of the remainder Germany and Great Britain are to intern an equal number in a neutral country." Sufficient time hus not yet elapsed for a reply to be. received from the German government. KING OF GREECE NEARLY LOST LIFE IN BIG FIRE STILL IT GROWS Ottawa, July revenue for the flrsl three months of the pres- ent fiscal year amounted to J66.000.000 as compared with last year. Expenditure for all ordinary and capi- tal expenditure, including, interest on I national debt was Which is less than last year. Considerable ot Canada's war expenditure is being paid out of the current revenue. Many Persons Caught by Flames and Perished; Total Loss Exceeded July wireless dispatch from Athens today describes the de- struction of the. summer palace of King .Constantine and the burning of, the forest of Tatoi; iri which tho pal-1 ace stood. The king, says the dis- patch, escaped in an automobile from a dangerous position where he was di- recting the foresters lighting tho Jin the woods. The king's automobile mil been surrounded by flames and le darted on font through the danger- ous zone and reached another nulo- mobUc- and escaped safely. Many persons' were caught by the flames and perished, among them sev- eral army officers. The forest, which was the largest in Greece, was en- tirely burned over, the total loss ex- ceding francs. G. A. Campbell, manager of the Union Hank, -Saskatoon, hut to go OB active service, E.WGILLETT COMPANY UMITE1) V TOHOWO, ONT. SITUATION WORSE New York. July marked In- crease both in tho number of new cases and in deaths in the infantile paralysis epidemic during the last 21 hours was shown today in the report of the health department. During tho 24 hour period ended at 10 a.m. today there were G2 new cases, while 31 children died from tho disease in the live boroughs of New York.