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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. .K'LY IK, Ifllfi THE r.K.TrmrunGK OAILY HERALD PAGE FIVK Your bktn nPHE lather from Ivory Soap would feel pleasant to" your skin. This is not only because the soap is high grade, mild and pure, but because the lather is light, lively, copious, bubbling. IVORY SOAP PURE Procter Gamble Factories in Hamilton, Canada EASE 110 PHONE 1221 Mrs. C. McKinn returned today from iut Medicine Hat. National Lib-1 today c- Olhnvfi, July IS. oral advisory veneii here uniler the prwiidency or air WiiiVid Liniricr lo consider re- of the Hiibcominiltcos appointed when the rmnmittei; was organised L. A. U'ynn, i loft last ulghl Minneapolis. Hail for mi Uniterm, innipeg and last August to consider vari lems iiil'et'iiiiK the Canadian In ;i short preliminary address, Sir Wilfrid LnuiitT ntfr-rred to tho posi- tion which ttif Liberal party has oc- cupied Iliu hi-KlnnliiK oi' the war. Me stM that while titlier matters' wore of great Importance tin- chiff coiisid-i tion of the Canadian people must W. A. tonight indefinitely, on weather. Miss Hazel Brown IH'I tor I ho const hnvfi she will spend a month's vaca- tion visiting relatives. Mrs. Dr. Walter he the prosecution ui the who hua been BtrUKgle to successful ,ssue. It was u visitin., a matter or regret to him that in con- s ,...........i..... ijMi. and .Mih.-Mines IMI _ Retina, Sask., Julv cases jof infantile paralysis have been re-1 lal stauiiimnl is yet forthcoming as to iportcd to the provincial bealtii bureau the progress ifrom the district of .Mucklin, Sask., I ward permane near the- Alberta boundary. Health j nickel refinery officers have been dispatched to the j of the govei [place to cooperate with the Macklin j with the lion with the conduct of t irregularities had occurred which had necessitated some criticism of the gov- ernment in Ihe parliament. He i'elt certain that the Liberals had been fully justified in the criticism j' bad made and regret ted that only the fringe of tho iuctiiuiwtence and worse of which the government had been j guilty bail been lunched upon. Re- ferring !MC work of the com mi Ileus. _ Sir Wilfrid suMtfcstcd (hat particulariliui1 attention shuuhl be given (be railway problem and the financial situation with which the Kin-eminent is con- fronted. Both these matters ivere of great imporiancc sit the present time. It was also d'.'sirabh; that the mem- bers of the committee should apply ibeir minds to' the full study of the question of immigration and land settlement, lie remarked that an old question was now pressing itself upon the attention of the country, in a new of Loth- a ur parents. ave. returns Hat News. A double wedding occurred at Great i 'alls, Montana, when Mr. Karl Jones! f Travers and Miss Sylvia Donnelly j f Lomond, and Mr. (iuy Paulson and; lias Sweetnian. both of Travers, were j united in marriage. Until re-} turned to Travers on Thur.-day of last week, when they a rectp-; by im: .Mr. Jones and Mr. Piiiifson are form or residents of i Carma'ngay. district authorities in an effort jto stop the, spread ot" the dreaded jdisentie. The Alberta health authorities also establishing a form, the proper control and conser- i Canada an m ent's negotiations ational Nickel com- pany last Mnrcl it is stated that the government will soon be in a position to announce that a considerable por- tion, nt least, of the S tut bury nickel ii vallon of the nickel of th :1; Dominion. Undoubtedly ahoul e era liave been notified by the SaskiUche- ore will bo henceforth refined in Can. 'wan bureau of health, of which Dr.! The site for the new plant has M. Seymour is the provincial head, h'een purchased m Nova Scotia and the machinery has been ordered by Plans are on foot by difsarisfied j.-.servatives to ru-i n people's can- r'pit in the Soutliw-it Toronto tyo- j Ihe company, Id preserve Canadian nickel the industrial development of ada and to supply the needs of the W. II. Adams, editor of The West- port Mirror, was drowned while fisli- ing in Uidean Lake. BRITISH EXPENSES DAILY London, July n.--British expendi- tures have now reached a total of I more than daily, according 10 a statement made by Reginald Me- Keniia, chancellor of the exchequer, in the house of commons today. Dr. Conybcarc's Kcsidcuce, Kivervtew Tomorrow Afternoon and Evening WEATHER PERMITTING, COMMENCING AT 3.30 Tennis Tournament, Croquet ami other en- tertainments in the afternoon. Music, Cards and Dancing: iu evening. CHILDREN SPECIALLY INVITED Admission: Afternoon, Free; Evening, 10c. PROCEEDS FOR SERBIAN RELIEF AND I. O. D, E. WAR FUNDS Everything is in readinrss fo- the! lawn fete planned for Wednesday _ afternoon by members of the l.O.D.E. lo be held on the hnndsomn ground.- of Dr. and Mrs. Conybnire. Riverview. in aid of (he Serbian relief fund, and the I.O.D.E. war fund. The fete will be in progress both afu-rnoon and. evening, weather pel-milting, and a very interesting program of events i has been arranged. There will be a tennis tournament, and the entries j for this indicate thai, it will be inter- esting. There will be Barnes and other spe ial attractions for the kiddies. A dance will be held in ihc evening. Raymond. July Leader says: "A Magrath mini, Pte. William Thomas, lias the distinguished honor of being a driver for Sir Douglas Haig, Commander-in-chief of the Brit- ish forces in France. Pte. Thomas is the son-in-law of Aid. Charles Kar- ren, and was formerly a C. P. R- br'akcman. His family at present re- side at Lethbridge. Pte. Thomas lives right at head- quarters and is within reach of the great chieftain at any moment He justly proud of the honor that has comes to him. Pte. Thomas went overseas with the first draft from the 13th 0. M. H. under Lieut. Tay- lor of Magrai.li. No doubt he will have some interesting tales to tel after the war, being at the very heart and mind of the British opera- tions. BUCK STARTED FOR CANDA IN CUSTODY TODAY Wichita, Kan., July one month of court battles and months of red tape, J. D. Nicholson, chief of detectives for Alberta province, start- til :or Canada today with George wairt Buck, fugitive oil lands i.-omr.i- er. They left Wichita at p. m., accompanied by Deumv I'nitnd Stales (Marshal Hill, who will go as far as the Kansas line. They prohnbly will j reach Calgary Friday rinck j is overcome by disappointment. He expected a temporary injunction frnm I Wednesday Morning Bargain Annex will again be open from 9 a.m. to 1 WEDNESDAY Morning will be Oddmenl and Rem- nant Day in the Annex, the Aftermath of our Great All Departments have numerous Oddments and Remnants, which must be finally cleared on Wednesday Morning at prices that are really astounding. Make special efforts and visit Bargain Annex Wednesday morning, open, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sale. Store Closed after 1 p.m. on Wed. HUDSON'S BA Y CO. London, July question of the possibility of a dispute between the federal appea.s ronr, I raised in the, house of commons to- day John Dillon, asked Lord iioljori Cecil, minister of war trade, to present immediately to parliament P. D. HUGHES DEAD Vancouver, July P. D. Hughes, a well known lawyer of Se- attle, is -lead, lie was born in Tor- onto, where lie was a famous oars' man. that when constipation, biliousness or indigestion is neglected, it may cause a serious illness. Act upon the first your digestive organs in good order by the timely use of the communications between the two governments and to undertake to keep the house fully informed of the course of negotiations in this mat- ter. Lord Robert replied that the corres- pondence was proceeding and that o. was not in the public interest that it Greene bns-fived should be published now d' u July 2-12 Pun- day school picnic held at Howard Leslie's grove on the river last week was enjoyed by all present, especially cutionist the kiddies. All sorts of games were provided for the children. An abun- Coalhurst, .Inly concert was held here last nislit in aid of the Bel- gian Relief fund. The feature cf the evening was the entertainment pro- vided by Miss Suyder, a clever elo- dant supply of ice cream and lemonade and a bounteous dinner-made the day complete- Mrs. R. Griffith and Miss Roberts were callers at the home of Mrs. C. W. Greene last Wednesday. Mr. Faicbney spent a few days last week calling in the vicinity of 2-12 up his ten- rve Just Arrived Nice For Eating- Fine For Cooking Large and Small Boxes ORDER A BOX FROM YOUR GROCER TODAY are 526 13th St. N. Phone 1356 By the pound or box a dispute with the United States with- out tlie house being given an oppor- tunity of discussing the subject." Lord Robert, replied: "I don't think the house would wish me to give such an undertaking as that, but I will present the suggestion to Sir ward Grey." LAWRENCE COSGRAVE DEAD Toronto, July J. Cos services, On Thursday evening the "Alma was launched 'on Lake -Berg. The spectators present were T. T. Faichney and Carl Berg. During the evening boating and-swimming'were indulged in by the guests. Supper was served by Mr. Berg. L. Lewison has just harvested one of the heaviest alfalfa crops ever grown in this portion of: the country. grave, president of the Brewing company, died at noon yes- f tending nor pir. Lewison has certainly shown the Losgrave farmers tlie possibilities of the soil of Alderson, July PI. Goodfel- low, C. P. R. inspector of telegraphs, had a narrow escape from death this morning east of Snffield. It appears that the above company have had the electrical department installing auto- matic speed devices which record the speed that trains make between given points, and while making an inspec- tion of one of the appliances his wrist came in contact with a Hvs wire and the shock he received rendered him. unconscious for a few minutes. He wore rubber gloves at the time, hut they apparently did not his wrist. His escape was miraculous, as Southern Alberta and has inspired many a desire to raise alfalfa. The Old Settlers' Picnic held at Lucky Strike last Friday was attend- ed by a very large crowd and tbor-j oughly enjoyed by those present. The- horao races were good and all satis- ,fied with the decision of the judges. IA baseball game was played between I terday after an illnCStSjftendmg moi Uhau three and a half yea'rs. He jborn In Toronto in December, 1852, and succeeded liis father, Patrick Oos- grave, in .the business, SITUATION IMPROVES New York, July following j F0remost and Lucky Strike, the statement was issued today: A furth- er decrease in the number ot deaths and new cases in the epidemic of in- fantile paralysis was reported by the health department today. During the hours ending at 10 o'clock this morning 14 children died of the dis- ease and there were 95 new cases in live boroughs of New York City. voltage of 1080 is carried through- out the wires used for the above pur- iu i pose. resulting in favor of Lucky Strike. REVOLT OF ARABS IN ARABIA IS MAKING GOOD PROGRESS GOOD BREAD Most' Healthful Food Known; Also Cheapest No other food combines the quali- ties so necessary to nourish the botly. 1! contains far more nourishment and strength than the same quantity of meat aur the relative cost is five had times less. this is a vital fact which the housewife should heed carefully bread can possibly be bettor than tho flour that made it. Good flour should be milled from only tlie finest, choicest wheat, should be spot- lessly clean and pure. Norn alter how Has Resulted in the Complete Wiping Out of AH Traces of Turkish Resistance at Mecca London. July revolt against Turkish rule in Arabia is making pro- gress, having resulted in the complete wiping out of all traces of Turkish resistance at Mecca, according to a Renter .dispatch from Cairo today. NEW DISCOVERY Regina, Sask.. July Bash- ringer today that he had perfected a subterranean wireless I telephone and that, incidentally, he had discovered a new law of physics electrical energy can be trans- mitted over a single conductor. cheap any in ferlor flour may -be, it is false economy to purchase and bake bread from such flour. It represents a saving of a few cent? at the time at (he greater expense 01 tlie human sys- tem, sooner or later. In other words, the body is being deliberately cheated out of its demands for proper nourish- ment. One reason why so many housewives nlwaya insist emphatically that their grocers deliver Ogilvie's Royal House- hold Flour is that it can always be de- pended upon for producing wholesome, deliciously-flovored loaves of full food MINERS MEET Great Falls, Mont., July 17 -Sever- al hundred delegates chiefly from tlie metalliferous districts of the west and middle west and from British Columbia, were present at the open- Ing today of the annual convention of the Western Federation of Miners. GERMAN STEAMER SUNK London, July Stock- holm correspondent reports the sink- ing by a Russian submarine of tlio Gorman steamship Syria. Her crew and Swedish pilots were rescued. The Syria. 3R07 tons gross, was owned in Hamburg. HUES DEFEAT Sarcee Camp, July the Kilties can play baseball as well as tlie next was shown last night when the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders lowered the colors of "Deacon" White's hitherto unbeaten 138th ,bat- taHon team in the camp league. The- Letlibridge bunch were led by. Q.M.S. Regan, who was at one time a mem- ber of Deacon's pro squad in tlie pal- my days in Edmonton and tUey hung the ISSth scalp to their belts by a score of Webster heaved a fine brand of ball for the Kilties, wblle Leipsic (Save tlie name.) centre- fielder for the same team got three safe swats in four trips to the pan. The Lethbridge boys lined lip: Re-, gan, c., Webster, p., Newton. Ib., Mc- Donald, ss., Leipsic, cf., Podger, 3b., Miller 2b., McCaig, If., and Ferens, rl. The score by Innings: R. H. E. 20000010 5 12 0 00100020 3 10 4 ;