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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1917 TITE LETHBRJDC.E DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN What a man wants in the morning- ENOS FRUIT SALT TORONTO ST. RY. CASE BEFORE PRIVY COUNCIL London, .Inly 17.-At Ijlo board of the privy council today tlio appeal by tlio Toronto railway company against tlio conviction for ovorcrowdlng cai'B ivjtti opened. The cuho. had boon adjourned from last December on a question liy tlio respondent, the king, whether there was right of appeal. For the company Sir .John Simon and 1). 1.. McCarthy, the latter of the Canadian bar, appeared. Counsol for respondent Bald that the charge against tho railway arose from persistent and dangerous overcrowding of cars. The jury at tho Toronto assizes had disagreed on all counts hut one which charged thu company with overcrowding. 48TH CHEERED AS SASK. MEDS. MEET. Saskatoon, Sask., July 17.- The tenth annual convention of tho Saskatchewan Medical Association op-* cued this morning with forty doctors from alt parts of tho province In attendance. Dr. II. M. Seymour, commissioner of public health for tho province, gave a locturo on "Diphtheria." Dr. Corrlgun, of Lamp-nan, gave a paper on ohstreicul difficulties in conn try places. Prof. Boyd, of the Univer bIi.v of Manitoba, rend a paper on "Vaccina," their use and abuse. Dr. Cor'nclt, of lleginn, followed with his paper on "Hemorrhages." ,N.Y. New York, July ICS.-Never before has Now York paid such homago to tho soldiers of any nations as was accorded the 48th Highlanders of Canada today. From the moment tho stalwart band of Canadian fighting men swung Into Broadway from the Battery on route to tho city hall, until they entered tho 71st armory at thu ond of tholr march, they were given a. continuous ovation. To the stirring music of a bagpipe band and clothed in tho picturesque costume of the highlands, the 4Sth marched so impressively that ersn wtttld and busy Wall street eoased business to cheer for the men whose colors were among tho first from overseas to reach tho battlefields of France. At the city hall Mayor John Purroy Mltchel was waiting to accord a hearty welcome to the Canadian visitors,' whose appearance he described as inspiring and whoso mission ho hoped would be a great success. Responding to the mayor's welcome General White, in charge of British recruiting in this country, declared it was a happy augury to have Canadians regiment on United States soil, "because at this moment General Pershing and his men aro going forward on tlio Kuropean front to fight for the same cause that Canada has so valiantly and heroically fought for." HANNA may fix foodstuff prices Montreal, July 17.-War on all food waBte, even If it means tho introduction of prlco fixing and compulsion, was declared by \V. .1. Ilanna, tho Canadian food controller, In nn address he delivered before tho Canadian club In the Windsor hotel this afternoon. Mr. Ilanna explained that waste In foodstuffs in this country must be stopped as Canada and. the. United States must export an enormous amount of foodstuffs in addition to what Is normally sent If the allies are not to go hungry, and through hungor, to lose the war. Mr. Ilanna intimated that he would not hesitate lo fix prices, though he warned them to keep their heads on thlH subject. He was receiving word that the flour substitutes recommended cost more. It was tho fault of the dealer every time. Darker grades Hhould be substantially cheaper than white and would be. In some articles they might, have to adopt both maximum and minimum prices. THE TUG THAT BRINGS HEALTH 'TnMres" Builds Up The Whole System Those who take "Kruit-n-tivos" for the first time, are often astonished nt the way it builds tkeni up and makes them feel belter all over. They moy ha taking "Kruit-a-tives" for some spocilia disease, �s Constipation, Indigestion, Chronio Headaches or Neuralgia, Kidney or Uladdor Trouble, Rheumatism or Pain in the Back. And they find when "Fruit-a-tivcs" has cured tho disease, that they fuel better and stronger in every way. This is due to the wonderful tonic properties of these famous tablets, made from fruit juices. 60o. a box, G for $2.50, trial sire, 2oc. At all dcalcrsorscnt postpaid by Fruit. a-Uves Limited, Ottawa. in spite of tho drought the crops nre>j all looking good. Mr. and Mrs. A. Afclwichl.-in hnv-e returned from Lnthhridgc where thoy ] | have boon visiting relations for the] past week. j A. B. Iloacoo and wife have left for ; the (ilacier National I'ark for a few 1 weeks. I Tho people of the West Butte school j district are well pleased to see that I 'Aimer Anderson lias finished his con-! tract of fencing the school yard anil j digging a well. Tills was something that was needed very badlv. | W. R. Beattle was a visitor of J, L.I Nelson one day lapt week I John IHcTaggart left, for Lothbrldge j for a few days on business. A. M. Gllmoiir & Co., have their J plowing out lit running from davllght ; till dark of late. i If You Live in or Near RAYMOND, CAROSTON, MAGRATH, STIRLING, WARNER, MILK RIVER, TABER, MACLEOD, COALHURST, BARONS, CHAMPION, CARMANGAY, OR OTHER TOWNS IN LETHBRIOGE , DISTRICT READ THIS AND COME INTO LETHBRIDGE NEXT SAT. NIGHT, JULY 21st AND 8EE A new SMART MODEL TO OKE COLLAR M. 20c. each, 3 for 50c. tooke nrtos. limited ^ r it, Montreal sorpvtsd talcum Tho bent known and mo3t used baby talcum in the world. MAGRATH soon to have lights (From Our Own Corresnonacnt) Magrath. July 17.-About one more week will see the main part of town lighted by electricity. Most of the poling is done and nearly all the buildings wired. Magrath people have waited long and patiently for the lime when they could throw away coal oil lamps and now this time Is near at hand and welcomed by all. Tho post otllce is now located in the now building next to tho drug store, which was formerly used by the. Red Cross ladies as an ice cream parlor. Mr. Godfrey Is using part of this building and has a full line of electrical fixtures. The Red Cross ladies will use Wtrt | of' lloathei-Hhaw's hardware building to serve ice cream on Saturday afternoons. The regular August excursion train from Salt Lake w,ill leave there on August Sth. Mrs. D. if. Bingham was taken to tlie hospital on Monday suffering from an attack of appendicitis and gall stones. Mrs. Barton, of Lethbridge, Is visiting in town tlie guest of Mrs. J. Taylor and Mrs. Chris. Poulsen. Magrath people are pleased to see Charles Kan-en again able to be' around. Mo has' returned from Lethbridge, whore he has been sick niost: of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Hall of Taber, spent Sunday In nfagrnth, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Poulsen. . TRY TfMVlEET FARM LABOR SPIN Ottawa, July 1G. - The following statement was issued by Sir Robert Borden tonight: - � "Owing to many representations to the government with respect to tho probable shortage of labor for harvesting operations, the prime, milliliter called a meeting of transportation bodies for the purpose of arranging as far as possible for the provision ond transportation of labor to those portions of the country where it is most needed for gathering tlie harvest. Accordingly n meeting was held In the office of the prime minister on Saturday at which representatives attended on behalf of the Canadian Pacific railway, the Grand Trunk railway, the Grand Trunk Pacific railway, the Canndlan Northern railway, the Canadian Manufacturers' association, the Canadian Bankers' association and imperial munition board. ! Bennett Absent . In the absence of R. B. Bennett, the | director-general, tlie national service i hoard was represented by the secre-I tary, Mr. Peterson. The minister of j trade and commerce, the minister of j railways and canals, the minister of ' labor, the minister of militia and defense, the minister of tho interior and the minister of agriculture were also present. A very Interesting discussion took place and arrangements were outlined which It is believed will effectively meet the difficulties as to securing sufficient labor for the liar-i vest. Co-operation Mm booze! FLORA BELLA Macleod Man Found Dig-gins; Up | Prohibited Stuff From His Garden AT Till: MAJESTIC THEATRE NOTE-"Flora Bella" Is the very best and biggest musical comedy ever brought to Canada. Sea, tho Majostic Theatre regular advertisement on page 5 In this paper. MILK ItIVKit of A. STILL SAME'MASTERS Paris, July 16.-The Paria press hails the resignation of Dr. Von Both-mann-Hollweg from the German chancellorship with varying degrees of satisfaction. Some of tho comment is in a jubilant tone, while other editors treat the event soberly. All are agreed that it indicates a crisis in Germany of unprecedented importance. The phrase "scrap of paper" frequently (Tops out In the comment-and some of the journals trace the chancellor's downfall to that early-in-the-war utterance of his. The Petit Par-isien says: "Though the chancellor changes, the Gorman masters remain ihe same. It is they who desired the war, to satisfy their appetite for universal domination." (From Our Own Correspondent) Milk River, July If..-Dr. Giles Prince Albert has bought J. Joachim's property and will practice his profession in Milk River. A good a necessity the peoplo hero will appreciate. .Mrs. S. I. Harris of the Winona Kami entertained the Milk River Woman's Institute, last Wednesday. J. A:' Joachim has purchased tho dwelling owned by the Canadian Hank .of Commerce. -Mr. Davidson of San Francisco is here visiting his brother, John Davidson. Ed. Baines and Geo. Barrows have gone to the hospital at Rochostcr, Minn. Mrs. Henry Ellcrt entertained the Catholic Ladies' Aid last Thursday afternoon. Isaac Mantle is building a livory barn just west of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. Mrs. Fred Coatos and Miss Mary .lochem spent a few day3 in Lethbridge last week. Mr. Ole Lind recently purchased Cleve Dye's homestead, N. E. Vi 20-'2-15. There are plans afoot to build a new-store opposite the Canadian Bank of Commerce. T. II. Ellert sold out his dry goods and grocery business to Dols and Kech, both of whom were formerly of" Minnesota. Mr. Kllert will turn his attention exclusively to the automobile and other business iulerests which he is now conducting. Win. Wagner'has'pufchased the old Al. Fonder homestead from J. A. | Joachim. ! Business men report all lines of j business active. I Dr. Johns and family are here vis- j iting at Mrs. John's parents, Mr. anil j Mrs. Paul Madge, northeast of Milk | River. .Mr. and Mrs. Johns have spent seven years in China as missionaries. Mr. Johns spoke at Mill; River Sunday night, July 15. The wife and son of Mr. White, who has been working in Shea's storo, arrived here from Prince Albert last week, and will spend some time here. (From Our Own ('orrespnmlcnt) I Macleod, Alta., Puly 17.-On Thurs- \ day evening the installation of offie-i _ ers of Mountnln View Lodge No. 4 1.1------ O.O.F. took place In their hall on Xrd j pV results avenue. ft was a very impressive setvice, with a fair attendance. Following are the officers: N.G., I). Carte; V.N.G.; J. Sickles; Con., R. Gar'liner; War., J. B. Sutherland; R. V.C., W. Stewart; L.V.G., W. G. An-drrws; R.N.G., 13. F. Brown; L.N.G., J. Rogers; R.S.S.. G. Sparks; L.S.S., R. Patterson; I.G., W. Shield; O.G., F,. Whipple; Chaplain, J. Rotliney;! U.S.. II. R Stewart; F.S., II. Marks. I Mountain View Lodge is in a very J healthy condition, and under the able | leadership of D. Carse, there is every Indication that the membership will be greatly increased, and we look for this lodge to bo one of the largest and strongest In Southern Alberta. Provincial Policemen are now busy in their lines. Several cases of infringement of the liquor ordinance were up last week. Thoy all contributed to the treasury of the province, which with the trimmings, made a snug little deposit for the credit of the Macleod branch. A curious case was up in which one man planted a garden..with potatoes, and has been digging bottles of good strong fire water. While in the act of thus digging the police just dropped around, (uninvited) and -after a short conversation the owner of the murphy patch was Invited to tho oflice next day at ten o'clock to have a little talk about his wonderful crop. He refused to tell where he got the soed. and s,o deposited $100.00 and some more tr> help things along. Many fishing parties aro seen every day, wending their way to the various streams, � some have returned with fish, others with fish stories, but all claim to having caught the largest llsh, also the greatest number. Inspector Piper is visiting Macleod this week. It was found that a very slight operation performed on tlio nostrils of a mule would render him as silent as a wrecked phonograph, anil since then tho Amorlcan mules in tlie Vosges have met all reipilroments that could possibly be exacted from them. WAR VETERAN AND BRIDE KILLED BY REJECTEO,SUITOR Horrible Crime Committed in East Ontario, Were on Honeymoon. Arnprior, Ont., July 16.-Bruce M. Lcitch, aged a returned soldier, of Montreal, is dead; his bride of a week is dying at a hotel in Standpoint, and William Bennett, aged 25, of Montreal is dying in a Renfrew hospital. Leitch, who was on leave from a Toronto convalescent home, was spending his honeymoon with his bride at Sand-point, near hero. Bennett, who had Of ttll'.ovcrworkccl women probably thu housewife ia the hardest worked. Sin liris so much(to attend to, With very littll help. Her work can lie lightened if ah� knows (he value"of system and she should try :md' take ri short rest, in the daytime Aphyaicitin who became -famous! almost around tho world, Doctor Pierce, oi Buffalo, N. Y.,'the specialist, in woman'i diseases, for many years practiced medicine in a funning district^ Ho there observed tlie lack of ty-stem in the plannini ofUiework. If it ia a headache, a backache, a sen-atlo". of irritability or twitching and uncontrollable.nervousness; something Blunt bo wrong with the head of back, a woman naturally says, but, all tho t,im� the real (rouble very often centers in the organs. In nine rosea out of ten tin pout of tho difficulty is here, nnd.a woratti Hliould take rational treatment for i,tt cure.  The disorder should  be treated Kteadity and systematically with Dr, I'icrcc'a Favorite Prescription. For'diseases from which women bu(Y� "Favorite Proscription" is a powerful r� Elonitiye. During tho lust, fifty years it h�f bai.'i: h'cd from the lives of tens of thou-m\aIh of women (he pain, worry, misei] �n?l distress caused by these diseases. if you aro a sufferer,, get, Dr. Pieree'i Favorite Proscription in liquid or tablet form 't6*day. Then address Dr. Pierca, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Yv and gal wihdentiaj medical advice entirely fnw THE GERMAN FAILURE Allied Strategy Superior on Western Front. SILENT MULES ARE PRODUCT OF FRENCH GENIUS Slight Operation Makes Them as Voiceless as Wrecked Phonograph. Indian^ Motorcycles Are Built Throughout of Chrome Vanadium Steel Tills Is the toughest, strongest steel made, also tho most ox-pensive. been rejected by the bride, who was a Miss Gertrude Lillian Strnndring, of Montreal, learned of their whereabouts, and arriving in Arnprior today, waylaid them on a lonely road and killed Leitch in cold blood, then shot Mrs. Leitch through the right lung and faco, and himself through the head. The three were found lying in the roadway by a hotelkeepor of Sandpolnt, at whose place Mr. and Mrs. Loltch had been staying. CHILD'S STOMACH SEVERE TROUBLE. "The AllieB on the West during this first- round have captured 70,000 prisoners and nearly 500 guns and masses of trench mortars and machine guns and disposed of some i' German fighters." Such Is Colonel Repington's 'summing up of the spring offensive on the Western front which en-led with tho Messines advance. Tho famous military correspondent of Thq Times wonders when the world is to have its manifestation of the military superiority of the leaders of tlie German hosts. The Hlndenburg-Ludeudorff combination has- failed before the superior strategy of the Allies. The British and French forces are maintained in the field by the national resources which support thorn. The Canadian armteB dopend for reserves, for equipment, for supplies upon the mon anil women nt home. The financial line is their last reserve line. The National Service Board is urging national investment In War Savings Certificates that that last line may be strengthened. Have you invested your savings? Aro you saving? CANADIAN SOLDIER WINS HIGHEST HONOR FOR VALOR-MAJOR T, W. MACDOWELL, V.C., D.8.O. Of Multland, Ont., in an Ea^torn Ontario Battalion. The official Gazette In recording tho deed for which Major MacDowell won the Victoria Cross says: "This- offioor, by his initiative and courage, with tho assistance of (wo others, was enabled in the faco of groat difficulties, to capture two machino guns, besides two officers and 75 mon, though wounded In the hand. Ho continued for five days to hold the position until' relieved by his battalion.'; Major MacDowell's next of kin is Mrs. J. F. Richardson, of Maltlanil, OntV He is the third son ot tho lato Rev. J. V. MacDowell, B.A., and was boru at Lachute, P. Q., in 1890. , Ctean to handle. Sold by all Drug* gists, Grocer* and General (ttorcfc CARD8TON (From Tho Globe.) The race meet in connection with the Cardston Agricultural Fair, Friday and Saturday, August 17th und 18th, will be under different management from the Society. This was decided at the meeting held last evening, when the offer of Messrs. S. Pratt, A. J. Stoddard, J. Leavitt, Ox-ley, Lamar He.ppler and C. Cheese-man was accepted. The committee is already at work completing arrangements for a splendid program, which will include prltes amounting to 12500.00. In the main events tlio first prizes will be flOO.OO which should be a guarantee of keen competition. A baseball tournament will be featured which will Include $li>0.00 purses to tho winners. Many other ovents aro being arranged. Although apparently overshadowed by the Race Meet, the Agricultural Kxhibition will prove a splendid attraction, and intending exhibitors j can feel assured that the Fair will bo the largest and best ever held in this part of tho country Adam Gedlemnn returned on Monday evening from a ten days, visit with his father who Is located close to Helena, Montana, and whom he had not. seen for thirty years. Adam left here two weeks ago accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lay ton who were enroute to Utah by automobile. The trip was thoroughly enjoyable. Pres. Wood and his party left last Saturday, .Inly 7th, to pay their northern visits. Among those who wont were ,1. C. Cahoon, Kd. Cahoon, and daughter, Hugh Brown, Mrs. J. V, Parrlsh and Mrs. Anderson. A sale of land was made this week through the Pioneer Lumber Co. to F. B. Bevtins, Jr. The land, which brought about $25.00 per aero and known as tho Liimsden Quarter, la located just three miles west of town, immediately south of Win. Black-niore's. It is good graxlng land. With the French Army Afield, Juno 30. (By Mall).-Uncle Sam rendered France a great service in letting hor have his mules-at a very good price -but Franoe has returned tho service a thousand times by solving the secret of a brayless mulo. When tho American pack mule arrived in France to "do his bit" he of course brought his bray with him. The mule was welcome but the bray -well any unusual sound on a battle field Is undesirable. It might tip oft the Boscho to a surprise attack. In an effort to put an end to tho nightly "lovo song" of tho pack mule the French military officers decided to separate the sexes, and all gentlemen mules were retained for service in one sector while all of the lady mules were taken off for service in a more distant region. This produced very marked results. Nevertheless there still remained certain mules who either from force of habit or from conviction that both their love and their voice were strong that their lady loves would hear them no matter how far away they might bo, persisted in making the welkin ring with a gigantic bray just at the place and time when It would givo the "Bosches" the right cue for sending in a hall of shells grenades and rifle fire. The habits and temperament of the mules were then subjected to further and more profound study by the French and this time with more hap- We have just received a shipment of Cleveland Bicycles.- Something new and a beauty, every one of the in. D.E.MacDonald Phone 1032 412 4th Ave. Harrlston (Ont.) Father Says Dr. Caste It's Tablets 8aved His Child's Lit*. Mr. Corby. Harrlston. P.O., Ont., writes: "Our little girl was weak from birth, and though wo tried doctors' medicine and other things she got np bettor. She just lay in her cot and cried, and neighbors said wo could not Bave her. The doctors said she had stomach trouble, and that her c.hnnccs were small, yet Dr. Cassell's Tablets cured her. They have been worth their weight in gold to ua, for we wero just giving up hope of saving our little daughter. I don't think there Is any other medicine for children like Dr. Caaseirs Tablets. Puh lish this letter If you like; it may help others aa the Tablets helped us." A free sample of Dr. Cassell's Tablets will be sent to you.on receipt of 5 cents for mailing and packing. Address: Harold F. Ritchie & Co., Ltd!, .10 McCaul Street, Toronto. Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the surest homo remedy for Dyspepsia, Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness. Anaemia', �Nervous Ailments, Nerve Paralysis'. Palpitation and Weakness in Children. Specially valuable for nursing mothers and during the critical periods of life. Sold by druggists and storekeepers throughout Canada. Prices: One tube, 60 cents; six tubes for the price of five. Beware of imitations said to contain hypopbosphltes.N Tho composition of Dr. Cassell's Tablets in known only to the proprietors, and no Imitation* can ever be the same. Sole Proprietors: Or. Carasll's Co., Ltd.. Manchester, Eng. mi Hi- ? m ST. KILDA NEWS '.(From our. Own Correspondent) 3t,' Hilda,,July 16- There was a very speedy apd exciting horse race on July 10, between Master Rex. Far rell and 1). P. Page, both ot St. Kfhla. Although Fnrretl came In first, the hoys believe 4^jay-�*y run agai* The Weathej-TljMijeen very hot'and 4ry here for the, past few days, but \ THE name "DAVIS" is the one recommendation most men ask for. when choosing a cigar. For more than 70 years, "DAVIS" has stood for Quality in cigar-making. "PROMOTER" cigars sold at 3 for 25c. in three shapes "Blunts" "Club House" and "Perfection" are equal to most 2 for 25c. cigars. 80732539 ;