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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Foun TIIK U'CTHBKinr.E DAILY HERALD MONDAY, JULY 17, 1911 letbbribije "fceralb GAILY AND WEEKLY inu: that of a crank. Ilo also tried (ho I'Yenrh or the Kalian is not corlniu equally fruitless results, but whon it came- to tbe Kaiser's country he had a warm reception. t It is no surprise that Ilrituiti. al- j considerate of the laws of Im-- inanity, refused to possess itself off this barbarian device, since the-.- world lias become so ai-eiistomed toj Germany's met hods, it would have been a surprise had that country re- fused tu take it over. It appears, however, that the inven- tor of the lire spray, originally plau-i TELEPHONES 'l in deptroyiujr tho prickly} Business Office 1252 jm-ar, a pest whivh is very common In j Office 1224' W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Subscription Rates; fally, delivered, per week :lOc Daily, delivered. per year 55.00 Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by per yoar A REMARKABLE. STATEMENT Sheldon Spent for Treatment Without Bene- fit. Finally Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. Englewood, going through the Change of Life t sult'erea headaches, eiCKEDUPIN .SSINGCZHI Clovt'laiHl claims 7T7.GIH) population: Akron, 0., compete autoists to dim (I eo. Slot hen, a former Pororboro, Out., hardware merchant diod iit Fort Managing Director Business Manager Da IDS of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to continues the sub- scription. Australia. However, he demanded too: much for tho use ot his spray. A Your King and Country need you right now! ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The British, com inn ing their n'ffen- Five north of the Soinme. on the im- mediate left Hank of the French linos. writer says; "He said that the only conditun under which he would show his hand was that he should receive nil penses and jret the freehold of all tht land that he cleared. As there were a i that time Cit.OOO.OitO acres one ,h. sou tor ninmis down the oiler! The now. by the way. runs into 30.-: 'oOOOUO ai-res" flashes of heat, and I su ft'ered so much I did not know what I was doing at times. I [me any good. One day a lady called at my house and said she had been os sick ias I was atone time, 'and Lydia E. Pink- 'ham's Vegetable John D. HasUiui. Chiirlotlrtowu, fell from a ciir ferry stunner and wus tlrowneil. of the died ut cannot understand why women don't see how much pain suffering they would escape by taking your medicine. I cannot praise it enough for it saved my life and kept me from the Insane i Hospital. E. SHELDON, 5667 S. Halsted St, Englewood, III. I Physicians undoubtedly did their best, battled with this case steadily and could i do no more, but often the most scientific have forreil the Germans ai one point to Liberalism in Canadian treatment is surpassed by the medicinal A VERDICT ON ALLISON The Toronto Telegram, which Bombardment has been active on cin! affairs, and in Great Britain ns the Belgian front but there has been wel1- fisures out the result of the re-. I cent North Perth bye-election this! way: Sir "William Meredith can put thej Meredith-Duff report on the evidence; submitted at the shell enquiry iu the waste basket. The people of Canada will "put their ham Medicine for special free "advice a lull in fighting on the Krent-h front j on the Somme. wet weather making it impossible to bring big guns into At Verdun me frown Prince is niasFing; his troops for his last great effort on this fortress. His heavy guns {report on that evidence in the ballot have reduced the-citadel to ruins, and their now lies only one large fort to "be overcome before his troops reach the rity proper. This is Fort Souvllle. already partly shattered bombardment. The French have been, by the Crown Prince's efforts. lured into from their Somme offensive and they hope to be able to continue the successful de- fence of Verduu with what troops are already there. The R ussiaii successes continue both in Persia and on the eastern front in Galicia. BIG FARMERS AND LITTLE.FARMERS _ A rather interesting' and timely- series observations on large and small farms were offered in an inci- dental way in jiu.address.-by one -of J departmental officials at the recent nAetiug of weed inspectors at Clares- iio.'TO. The universal a panacea tor-all the far Is commonly held to be boxes. North Perth put in an interim report on the shell commission evidence yes- terday. The result in North Perth is in part a report on the evidence as to the work nf HIP shell committee and other militia department bungles. That report is prophetic as to will I Frank. Alia.. to happen in this province if Sir Robert The party of -1. Borden keeps the Ontario candidates of his party hooked up to Sir Sam Hughes, the Shell Committee and Hon. Colonel J. "Wesley Allison. b'thmmd Beanian. keener lighthouse at Diyby, >T.S., the aye oi 71. j New Yrtrk in recent days has i granted iJ.OOO licenses to citizens j anxious to curry pistols, i .Miss Korsythe; sister of Yen. Arch- deacon Forayihe, died at the rectory, j j Chatham, N. i Last year 1.304 persons were killed {and D.iiiS injured on Bullish railways.; j compared with killed and 7.S5U j I injured in Ja.s. L. Grant, owner of a sawmill !at (.iodench and latterly Deputy t'ol-j lector of Customs is dead. i __ i The death occurred at ISxeCer of; lAnna Amir, wife of Colin Flet- J ciier, D. D., iu her year. The Monarch Knitting will buikl a hosiery factory to employ 200 hands at Bt. Thomas, Out. EUmonton Shriuer? presented a young: buffalo bull from the wright park to the City of Buffalo. Dr. Ihlberg, one of the Kaiser's medical advisors ami intimate friends, died on Sunday of heart disease. Wesley Harris was thrown from a oad of hay near St. Catherines, break- ing his neck and dying iu the hos- pital CLARKE CO. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 Aeadia Block Wash Dresses Summer Wear Selling al 'Very Prices Fiiiiilolpnrtuii'e .sale continues nil lliis week of Hie liiilitnce ill' our summer stock of Summer Dresses. Summer WaisLs, Summer Hats, Suiisliailes and many oilier lines I hat you want l.'or presenl use. Wash Dresses.......... Worth up. to ?16.50 Very smart styles, white voiles, colored voiles and erotics in the nt-w Pumilor cl't'ccis, mill pluin- cr styles iis well. Sinos ui) to Wash Dresses.......... Worth up to Middy Presses, and smart wash dresses of Ohambray, Indian Head. etc. Wry smart stylos in a splendid of colors. Wash Suiis Worth up to 510.00 Middy and tailored -styles, a very elieap lot. Children's Union Suits 4.H- Fine Balbriggan, sixes two to ion years, SplemlKI tu wear. Ladies' Union Suits AH regular siKCK, tiglit kneu style; short sleeves or sleeveless. Sunshades Colored tops, worth tip to Wasli Skirts White and Linen col- 5-1.50. 20% Oil' Hats Balance of our stuck worth up to new summer Waist waists, voile and ol'epo waists itnd plain tailored styles, up to 52.UO. Glove, Sale Lony and short si I it gloves In all colors, heavy wuiglU, double tipped. l Sir Donald Mann says the C. N. R. j reported. II. -McDonald, teclmical Hob ert Niveu, master mechanic and c me other officials of the Collieries left here Sa" inlay morning in ttvo automobiles fofr Beaver Mines days ilsliing. Good fishing is can't build, any branch lines this year because they can't get rails. They usually find rails enough to carry a bunch of lobbyists to Ottawa to urge raillioiiB of bounty from the people. Those kind of rails never run short. C. J. Tompkins, b'ss manager of the Franco-Canatli MI has returned from a month's visit 10 his iiome in Nova Scotia, his is remaining there for the balance of the suinmer. Me says that all facto.'idfs are "working full blast and there it; every sign of ___ prosperity over the province. great jia.ijj-ax ocean terminals The Winnipeg Telegram says the ure "esmiis compieUJii and gareniment -will be re- organized within tlie next fortnight. The Telegram is a government organ and it ought to know what it is talk- ing about. Likely it it iiad its way. Sir Sam Hughes would be dropped. Maybe that is what will happen. Since T. C. Norris was once an auc- ioneer of school lands and is now )reiaier of the Indian Head News figures it out that Lieut.-Col. E. Bradshaw, M.P.P. for Prince Al- bert, auctioneer of school lands this year, is destined to be premier of. Saskatchewan. There is no question Bradshaw is making a strong bid for tfcs job. The universal and traditional rmer-s troubles the reduction of hjs holdings and the intensive working of land. According to the later tlie one which shows a better5iapprEciation of our agricultural and economic conditions, this view is imsoumd. The question of more or less laiJtl or of more or less labor ap- plied laud is governed largely byj the maji'ket or cost to the farmer of these Ractors which enter into pro- and. into the COSE of produc- tion.' labor'were cheap and plentir lul Wad land liign. according to Mr. then we might proceed to fouijfd "up a peasant community. On thle other hantl if land is cheap and "yiabor high we should be- able to build on our lands a dignified class of commercial agriculturalists making the beat possible use of the dollars invested in machinery and using all ling-to be as scarce as some people the labor saving machinery possible j fear, the farmers had better start and as much labor as u large enter-j figuring on a movie show in-the barn prise demands and getting more out Jin order to attract help. it by reason of larger undertakings than could be got out of it in small holdings. As a "practical Infantile paralysis Is a disease to there are many quarter section farm-! be dreaded, ft is epidemic in New firs..who cannot count enough to the j York and cases have been discovered good to employ a man who could make i in many eastern cities of Canada and a good profit by the employing oil States. While the cause steady labor of one man on a half jof the disease is as yet unknown, it section. jis believed that infantile paralysi soon, be the greatest tlie Atlantic. nlso report s that codfish still cipal item on the nij.ii of :he pro- viiice by the sea. Of it's hard 10 break old habits. Many Orders for Mine The Old Mine here is strained to tlie utmost of its capacity to handle the orders are constantly com- ing in. Last Friday saw a record, when tons were put out, and at that with a shortage of miners. The Shaft Mine is still closed on account of the lower 'workings being flooded when the sump in the 330 foot level broke through on the 2Sth of June. A sump was immediately built and Iron 'Springs, July cor- annual picnic and sports of the Iron Springs U. F. A. local No. 172, held on July was attended with great success, the wea- ther being all that could be desired. Au estimated crowd of from four to five hundred gathered on the -Tames A. Blanchard, recently re- groimd, Lethbridge being'well repre- tirod from the New York State Sup-' reme Court Bench, is dead at Seventy- sen ted. Among the noted visitors present were A. Buchanan, M.P., There are 471 different processes in Britain uuoii which men are now engaged. Theodore Thibert. twenty years of age, son of Edward Thibert of Tecuui- seh, was drowned the Detroit -Messrs. Hanuan, King, Brymner, Hayr, S. J. Shepherd. 4. J. H. Skeiih, munition. Tiiacl> j. virtue, McNabb, M. McLeod and others. j Great praise is due to the refresh- ment committee and other ladies for tlie splendid lunch provided winch i was served at 1.30. After the Jun- while bathing in i cheon w, A. Buciuumn. M.P.. deliver- jed a very appropriate speech, which was -very much appreciated by all present. Sports followed, the results being: Girls' race, 8 years and under, 1st liable 2nd. Maud Xoble. Boys' raco, S years and under. 1st Raymond Reltcr'; 2nd Wihuyr Dick- out. Girls' race, Itf years and under, 1st Elsie Reiter; .2nd Lena Reiter. Bicycle nice. 1st Phil Clieniiouke; -lid. .S. Tcmient. Hoys' pony race, 1st F. Hanson; 2nd R. Arthurs. ractj. J-i! niile. 1st F. Hanson; 2nd. R. Bowers. SiEildlu and mount, Jst T. Nolan; R 11. Wiirren. No entries for the auto raco. Great praise is due to nil v.ho iu'p- ed to make the day such Boys' race H -years and under. 1st [success. A stall was provided on the Fels-Pearson; 2nd -.Jeff Wyman. j ground by T. A. ic- Womens race, 50 yards, 1st Doris i freshincnts ol' all kinds wcvii in- Guilders: 2nd T. Sinclair. A daiuieJollowet! in Mm o Qbstaele race, 1st U. IJuwurs; L'nd j A" Mellott'-_______________ _______ M. Dickout. Biscuit eating contest, 1st J. Ten- nent; 2nd j. KncTien. High jump, prize divnied between S, Rogers, S. Tement arid M, Mc- Leod. Running- jump, 1st, Guilders; 2nd R. Bowers. Standing jump, Lunkin. sticft race, clair; 2nd Miss Cocncn 1st It. -Bowers; iJml Miss Sin- RUBBER STAMPS in Lethbridgo by tha Herald Job Department. Phone 1252. Movies and phonographs have been installed by a lumber company in the pumping resumed some time last week. By that time the water had reached a vertical height of 70 feet in j the workings. It is hoped to have the I mine dry iu about two weeks as its j output is badly needed to fil! orders on band. The old Presbyterian church, one of the landmarks of old Frank was torn Wisconsin woods with the idea oi j down last week ami win be making the lumberjacks so happy and by a modern building in the new town. Wm. jXorthgra've. a faithful em- ployee of St. Mary's for the past fif- teen years and latterly road commis-' siouer, is dead. Abraham' was fir- j rested in street synagogue j on a dm rep. of picking the pockets of the worshippers. Lieut. H. S. Holcroft who joined the engineers at Calgary, has been killed action. He was ti native of Orillia, Ont. For some time be was engaged as a land surveyor iu Western Canada. At Fiske, Sask., J.ohn McLeod Stirl- ing and "'William Calwell Stirling, aged nine ant! seven, sons of William C. Stirling, postmaster at Hanna, Al- berta, were drowned in a well. Albert Moore, private secretary of. T. II. Alfred, general manager of the j Pere, JMarquette railroad at Detroit, died at the home of iiis arents in St. Thomas, Ontario. Dr. F. S. Vroomaii. for three years I superintendent of the Eastern ital at Brockville. has been appointed j superintendent of the new Military i hospital to be established at Cobourg. contented that they won't want to give up their jobs. If harvest labor is go- site. The old school will follow next. Th school board has applied to tho i (Irown Georgiaa McDanald of Bordeaux was ned t her the coal company for a site. The Rocky Mountain SanatariuTn is deserted since the soldiers have left for Sarcee and the caretaker is the only occupant. There is. a rumor that the government may buy it-for a convalescent home for soldiers. The Turtle is Safe Old Turtle Mountain loses a chip now and then which roils down amid great rumblings, but experts say that there is no chance of a repetition of the performance of 13 years ago. So As far as weeds are concerned on the grain farms the need is for differ- ent, management" rattier .than different sized increase of cultivated j fodder supply, 'the working out of ro- tations, and the use of live stock with some emphasis on sheep on of their use in the consump- of odd or-waste foods, weeds and 1 seeds. spreading from one child to lvin nave another lease of life by the secretion of the nose and mouth j jf (that it is spread FIRE WAS IN AUSTRALIA The German liquid fire-spraying de- vice in use on the war's western front sprang not from Teutonic brains, but from tho head of an eccentric Aus- tralian, John Macgarrigle. This fact haajust been revealed at Sydney, Aus- tralia. Before selling the device to Germany, Macgarrigle had previously tried the 'British war office and the. Common wealth government, but the former Declined fe trcs-t with him on the ground .that his invention was in i contravention of the laws of human- dty principles of The Hague Convention, while the latter simply his aiinare.tly as bb- _ i tilings never looked better. Tbe lime by direct transfer. It is possible also j works JQ the slide are opening un flies, which have j again and the only thing which troub- been In. contact with intestinal dis- j les all industry iu tiie Pass is the charges. in country as well as in crowded city j districts, and persons who have been j in contact with cases of the disease collet. By the death of Donald McCnrvie. j Clinton loses an old and highly re- j spectcd citizen. I-le was in his' "fitli j year, and hig sudden'death was caused by apoplexy. j Rev. Alfred Brown, who finishes his I pastorate at Sydenham street- Mctho-1 dist church, Kingston, next -June, has been invited by the Picton First Meth- odist church congregation to become their pastor. i The Smiths lack but one vote oi controlling the village council at Ross- viiio, 111., a town of At the city election Bert, Jess and j Dick Smith, brothers, were elected to j admires. And that is why any man who is thinking of instaU- the shape of the fire-pot .as an example. The ing a heating system should examine the Sunshine straight walte allow the ashes to fail instead ol Furnace! It is a piece of work he-will take to. lodging against (he sides where they would interfere -_. with the free passage of heat from the burning coal. Every par! is well'thought out. The sections are carefully made. The whole is substantially and accurately put together. And there is a sound reason for every feature. Take The C. P. R. is taking a lot of rock j tUo Colmc" the rLm Tnl, See the larrfe double tight-fitting doors. Notice how easily the dampers are controlled. Not much trouble to shut off the fire and hold the heat with this fur- nace. See how dust is directed up the chimney whenever the fire is shaken down. Note the large radi-' ating surfaces and wide passages for heating the air. It was a man who knew hia job tha former president off Fanners of Alberta, and s e sease Tnl, is era, am may harbor the contagion and give it to dig a loiver grade through the "K. "10 "'cles! residing in ,0 other, without contracting the S.ide and ahoiish the ...isher grade, died ease themselves. Thai is, they are _ Bounds at the front. Kcv, .1, J. pastor of James Street naptiBt Church. Iliunilton. has! LLOYD GEORGE'S SUCCESSOR. Packer of FLY PADS) Will Kill MORE fllLS WORTH OF ANY STICK Y-r IV CATCHER The Hon. Edwin Samuel Mon- tagu, who succeeds Lloyd George as Minister of Munitions (July 8, is the second BOH of first Lord .Swaytilling, was born in 1S79, and and educated at Trinity College, Cam- bridge. He entered Parliament in 190G. and was Parliamentary secro- (ary In succession to the Chancellor remarkable I of the Exchequer and the Prime nieteor. which i 'Minister. He hold the office ofiwitl1 a t Parliamentary t'mler-Hecroiary or! been accepted the invitation of the Provin- cial Council of f. M, C. !.v. to take part of tho work of chaDltiins ut the seven military camps of Ontario and guenec. for India from liUO to 1ftl4. wlu-n lie became Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Vvhon Mr. Ma.s- tt'rmau rosigncd because of bis in- ability tr. .secure a seat, Mr. Mon- tague was Appointed Chancellor of I the Duchy of Lancaster, a cabinet j portfolio. HP. comes of a distin- guished cJtn'sh family effect of the fall of a xploded in York. Pa., ion which shook tho lotcd .-u home oi Gustav H. Tfrnstrinn; chief olcctricai engineer ih< York Maniifacliirinji Company. a radius of about feet the: lawn ami .shrubhery arc with- c.ruil and burned n.s though bv an in- tonne flame. It i.s attributed to'inttmfio heat produced from combustion of thn gases of which it supposod Uie met- eor was coinimscd, If you wish to know what it will cost to plnce this nnc furnace in your home, write us about it. Our Heating Engineer will send you fuli information. He will show you how to arrange the distribution of heat so as to get the most out of it. Then? is no charge; no obligation to buy n Sunshine Furnace. And if you would like a copy of our booklet "Sunshine" enclose tlio coupon with'j-our letter. SCSK! me with- out expense on my 1. Your booklet on the Sunshine Furnace. 2. Also lornis for filling so thnl your dealing scan IrH me how to order il install ii syslcia llirtl. will projicrly beat my home. London Toronto St. John. N.B. Hamilton Montreal Calflary Winnipeg Saakntoan Vancouver Edmonton Wll NAME_______________-___ ADDRESS_______________ Sold by Geo. R. Dixon Co. ;