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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ZDl letbbriboe Devalb Hlbcrta WEEKLY THE DAILY Subscription Rates: Daily, delivered, per week Daily, delivered, >'car mily. by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per year TELEPHONES Business Office Milorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Tor lOc VV. A. cjucnanun Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry of subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- once of papers afler expiration date is our authority to continue the- sub-imadi. tiv of the soldiers' vote in the H. C. elec- tions. According to evidence at iho Van- school board ennillfy. Ihls man Welsh, who was ohiiirnnm of the build- ing committee, had Pendray, a soap manufacturer. Increase a soap lender hy and iho difference lo iho Conservative association: a fortnight previous another cheque was sent to the Conservative association by Iho soap works manager, who stated that W. Welsh was president of tho Conservative association and he (ihe (manager) wauled to place the money where it would do the most good." It was also piven in evidence Hint Welsh "held up" ihe soap firm for various donations and Intimation was made by S. S. Taylor, counsel for the j prosecution, that a letter had been j destroyed which was written by the manager of a Victoria lirm lo the gen- eral manager statins a suggestion F. W. Welsh to the effect The Inle Lieut. John Godwin, whoso death in action was recorded In Ihu Herald yesterday, had boon rccom- mciidcil for thu pillltary cross, shortly before his death, accordlns to the Ottawa Free Press, which spoko of Ihe deml olllcer as follows: "I.lont. J. L. CL'dwIn n west- erner, having been horn in Lctbhridge. Alhorta." Ho was educated al Ashbury College and the Collegiate Institute. Ottawa. Hud toblt hlu bachelor of arts scription. Your King and Country need you right now! that the firm add from 10 to 15 per iccnt. to all school board contracts L-md pay over the difference to the conservative association. Welsh is certainly a very reliable kl given the responsibility of CU after the soldier's vote. The i c v-ill surely have every greatest activity being noticed on Hie honestly. _ British front where Hie drive on the right flank is being kept up Further gains have been made in Hie vicinity of Ovillers on a 1000-yard front. The French have broken up several Ger- man attacks on ilie western end of j llieir line as well as a. Verdun. Bel- j Just a Illlle cloudburst, by way of gian artillery has again been aclive. proving that Lethbridge is not really On the Russian front greatest tivily is noted on the Lower Lipa. where the Teuton forces have been compelled to retire a considerable ilis- The man who estimated South Al- berta's crop at L-5.OIW.aflO bushels this year is due to make a "revise." so "dry" as il seems. lance. llalians arc continuing their offen- sive against the Austrians with great success, according lo official announce- ment. j TWO percent beer may not be a very !strong concoction, but it is making a hard light for recognition. For a nation that has broken Bri-l tish control of the seas. Germany lakes a funny mode of crossing the Atlantic for a few pounds of rubber. Bomba'rdmem is reported to be in progress along ihe entire front at Saloniki. Greece, where the allies are believed also lo be starling an often sive. Insurgenl Hungarians ........r_D __ a peace party under Count organization will likely reveal the cold who demands immediate peace with the allies without waiting for permis It looks as though Sir Sam was .being quietly shoved out of his seat tbe Borden' administration. The are forming i Telegram's forecasted "LET GUOKtiE DO IT" from the New York World WHDNKSDAY, JULY APPLES, ORANGES, FIGS Are The Four Frylts Used in Making "Fruit-a-tives "FlllilT-A-TIVES''1 is ttio only medicine in the world that is niado from tho juices of fresh ripo fruils. Tims, it is manifestly unfair lo say, t won't take ]''iiiil-a-tivos because 1 liavo tried other remedies and they did mo no On Ihe other hand, the fact Mount i "Fniil-a-Uvcs" is entirely different 1-3 ago i fiomanr other preparation in the world, "Before enlisting for overseas ser' Isjust why you .should glyciUfairtrlal, nee he liad been for some lime a in any trouble ol llio htonwcn, LIICI, member of the staff of the llonr.o of ]jowel.s, Kidneys or Skin, "1-rnit-a- Conuuons. nnil itcied as assistant lo j active principle the deputy sorgeant-nt-arms in the j ,frnl'u greatest nerve tonic ever essions of 1812-13, durlnK, illness J j ...O.M.. ollh-er in coniiwiml of one of; _ EX-M.P. DIEs' praise of John's good work here Chatham. Out.. July 1 iiith. and am informed that has been recommended for the military cross.'" A carboy of sulphuric acid on the G.T.P. station platform, at llonsall. Slovens. cx-M.I'., died at his summer home lit High Hanks on the lake shore, this morning following an illness of only a few days. He was elected mem- ber' of parliament for West Kent In ISOll anil was defeated by Herbert f; T P station mauotm. ai iiensim. .nm Out exploded, three men being bad- Clements in 1504. His wife predecease 1 him about two years. sion of Austria or Germany. other. ICKED UP IN ASSlNGCZIi FOR THE, BUSY MAN uiueuoiuii, I bathing in ihe Grind liiver. Miss Kathleen Bielly. fielleville. died in Hotel Dleu, Kingston. Jnst aa iihe doctors were aboul to perform a INFANTILE PARALYSIS The terrible disease. Infantile alysis. is spreading through ihe The Winnipeg Telegram and I Conservative papers in Canada arej Rf_v w. Austin, a Methodist ruin- par- ister. died at VYakeliehl, Quo. I I Motor license-.revenue in Ontario this year is expected to reach R. J. Brady of Buffalo becomes U. S. i preparing Canada lo witness the juioval of Sir Sam Hughes by the pro- icess of "letting him down easy." They sis. is spreading tnronsn cuim-i Intimate that Sir Sam has said "good- try, according to reports appearing in i bye" to Canada for quite a long time. ......._________ the press. It has reached Western' i vice-consul at Hamilton. Canada and cases are said to have, If boys at the lake have been in j _ been discovered in Saskatchewan near i.the habit of crying for help, while in Cases suspected to be infanlih the -Uberia boundary fFwimming and making a joke of it. paralysis have hee'j discovered ai Infantile paralysis is a germ dis-lsomeone ought to make an example of j Windsor and nearj-lamllton. ease, but ten years of laboratory work: one of the offenders. It is a fool joke j t I fai.ed to render the gem, best and migh, easily lead to a George nizable. Il is so small thai it passes j drowning accident. Probably the po- (jni. is dead. serious operation." Dr. John Hoskiu, K.C.. Toronto, has been appointed honorary colonel of the 235th Battl. Northumberland and Durham. Quite a number of Barricftold, Out. soldier have responded to the call from tiit: runners to work in the tieiil. They have been ottered WO per luoiilh and board. Moose Jaw is' holding" a tax sale. It is estimated that the attendance 1 during the four days of ihe Moose I Jaw Stampede reached was made against the privileges to Ihe Germans in Fort Henry. H. H. Bacr, and C. D. Harader. of. Brownsville. I'a.. are trying to raise] a "red headed" brigade to be offered to the government in case of war. Mr and Mrs. firooms. and Mrs. A. Crow, of of Chatham, Haleigh. had a narrow escape when their automu- i bile plunged down an embankment and into Ihe River Thames. i Jos. L. Mallett, John, .V. B, !died from injuries received when i overwhelmed by a siids of sugar in the hold of a steamer, being the third i to die from that cause. 1 enable lo lift a small safe, bur i glars at Orange. X. J., shoved it down a stairway breaking every step< found it readily through the pores of filters [lice could take a hand in the mailer, made of uuglazed porcelain, which j ordinary bacteria cannot pass, ine ine annual excursions ui i...-. germ is invariably present in the farmers to the Experimental1 crease over last year, and throat of patients ill with iufaii-j tile paralysis, for, though it has notj been seen, its presence has been prov- ed by experiments conducted with monkeys as the subjects. Bearing iu mind the way cerebro-spiual raeuin- t The gate receipts at the Edmonton j The annual excursions of Southern j fair this year totalled an _ -..i.i i rrpnsp nvpr last year, ne JFarm here are great educational. Dnn.11d a farmer, i treats that should be attended by, St. Mary's after par- every farmer in the south. By tak-! lnking Of dinner. ing advantage of Mr. Fairfield's sue-' cesses and the i blew it open. Work has been begun npoi the con-j practically empty. of a molybdenum con-; centrator in Renfrew by the Internal-! But for the prompt heroism of Mis. Company, U-. ses William Holland? an official of the two Wer bathers Marion Kingston Penitentiary years, he and Wilhelmina Mcliregor, would have been lost at Stratford. is dead. For the past ten years _ has been chief night watchman. Oriitors M the Orange demonslra- tion at Windsor, including H. C. Va'car' Hock< we ought to have! William Widdifleld, of Xewmar hjgh gills is spread, a number of j the jn gators began .examining the bacteria! ______ in the.noses and throats of patients I ottawa governmenl-s chief with sterile solution and injected. t this into monkeys. Smm Sault ste. Marie ogo keys thus injected developed ivpica j( A [urlher paralysis." Examination ot the spinal Dut conl of these monkeys showed lypicai; Devoir is still failures, we ougni to nave 01 came nrs: aati farmer- in every part of'ket, Ont., died at the residence of her j berland, second. inim .lohnpton. London, i In battalion inspection at Vaicar- Hocken 0[ Toronto, scored Mayor the 105th of Victoria County; jaciison of for ordering th came first and the rtf Hlo banner- "On removal of the street banner- "One Mrs John Johnston. London, j j _ ndMrs for Peterhoro, where they an estate valued at JIU..W.., which Is at ilie World's fai- manage the Oriental divided amongst his wife- aim child- in the noi xlllnilnh: i ren. of fr B. Chr e o, The Steel Convey of Canada will ed prench Ca. Evidentlv Bourassa has lesions of the disease; evidently thisj _ was where the poison acted. Ill spite n of this, the most careful microscopic eiamination failed to show the pres-ipu ence of any recognizable germ in I beginning to show; these lesions.- Pieces of such a spinall f cord, rubbed up with sterile salt E0lll. j their strength when they commence tion and: injected into other monkeys, cutting down munition orders to Cmt-, promptlv produced typical paralv3J5.ed States concerns as they have been A mixture of the spinal cord and salt l Ca" solution was filtered through a al home to fehl liller. When the clear. watery make it hot for the Huns. Fa orders nitrate was tested on monkeys it u- S' firms are ot "ast- found that the injection produced par-j gome seem collginer alysis: in other words. Ihe poison mn cm a ot hanl passed through ihe pores of the many syatems are glazed porcelain. The same was ,he one man ear is far to hold true for the nasal washings, Qf (he n_m] system Ordjnariiy from patients ill with infantile par-j o lirn.on e Re, fr B. Chr e o, w Savnla ailrln Guelpll. Rev. I navigation over 300.0 n s-.icceed ore from the ranges sc, w Barker. will s-.icceed ore him at Eur4ington. aml from the DuImh. g tlle season of 300.000 tons of inm ranges near buneno, handled more expedi with one man, while it has t yet to be proven that holiday crowds cannot be more satisfactorily handled by one man than two. IrOIIl palUJIUJ, 111 Wllll lulalllllG Jlal- alysis-, the germ passed through the filler. This, then, accounted for tbe fact that nothing could be seen of germs, even under a powerful bac- teriological microscope; the germs were far too minute. It has been The other a gentleman. fomid possible to carry the infection hurriedly through the south, through quite a series of and lne Herald using the nasal washings of tne j there thal lne farms districts tribu- spinal cord from one in-, Lethbrldge were ruined with fected monkey for the Injection Into the ne.t normal monkey, and so on. This proves, conclusively that the ma poison of the disease is a living eerm. No cure for the dread disease hasj yet been discovered. All that medi-: cal skill and care can do Is so to trea thgn crom ]lo )f (ne WM abmlt M ;m now than (hey haye fm flve years tha, this year's big crop. ho eycn more mp ]OH ,ts u ,hc Wml of ,m. I weeds. Nevertheless the Lethbrldge THE MAN TO LOOK jdivision of the I'. H. nrodiiced a AFTER THE VOTES crop last year, and there Is F. W.: Welsh, of Vancouver, has 'a repealer In sight. With such crops been sent overseas by 'Hie Bowser for a couple of years more the weed government to look after the taking nuestlqn won't be very serious. the patient that the use ot the limbs may not be altogether lost, and that Ilie bodies of children atlacked, shall not be permanently deformed. The Delicate Flavour of Malted So rarely round in cereal a uiililc anil necessary part in the (ligestibiniy of Grape-Nuts (Made In Canada) Blended with prime whole wlirul. ihere re- sults the distinctive (irape-Xuis I'liivonr so iiltnictive to the palate. Full of slerliug-nutrition, (Irapc-Xuis food is twee haked (aboul twenty hours) and ren- dered easily and quickly Iv in about one hour. .Many physicians recommend "There's a Reason" Sold by Grocers everywhere. Canadian Poslum Cereal Co., Ltd., Windsor, Onl. in England in 1836. and pioneer, died at Mordon at the advanc- ed age of S4 years. i Capt. Dohson, master of modern languages in Cpper Canada College, j {Toronto, was killed in action. Me was j I engaged to a daughter of John j of the Dominion Bank, Toronto. In addition to J. H. llawtliornth- waite. ex-M.I'.P., it is regarded as cer- tain that two other Socialists, retire-1 senting the Social Democratic Party, j ran In Victoria at the H. C. gen- eral election Tho Ontario Cabinet was urged to postpone (he changing of the name of Berlin until the next municipal elect- ion, so that the Council can ope'i negotiations with Waterloo for amal- gamation. London. Out., was confronted with a serious shortage of water, due to extra consumption caused by tile heal, anil Ihe commission ordered extra pumps and opened negotiations for well properly. The development of IMHIli.OOO horse, power of electric, energy below Nia- gara Fa'.ls without disturbing the Horseshoe and American Kails, and the expenditure of in the work are proposed in a scheme sub- mitted to the Dominion government for approval. Capt. John Alfred Ilrnjainin. killed In action, was a nephew of .Mr. V. D. Benjamin, of Ihe firm of Samuel lien- jamin anil company, London and Tor- onto. He was born in Toronto, and graduated from Cpper Canada Col- lege, completing his education at Ox- ford University. Rev. II. S. llagnall, who lor some 1 years has been S'.i charge of Baptist mission work in I'cace Itlver country, with headquarters at Clalrmonl. has been appointed auccesor to Hov. W. K. Oold as financial secretary of the Temperance and Moral Reform Leag- ue. Mr. 'Oold has accepted a pos- ition in the attorney general's depart- ment In connection with the enforce- ment ot the new liquor act. Printing Service Quality and Satisfaction Always TheLethbridge Herald Printing Co., Limited Keep ihe Family Savings in a Joint Account in the names of two or more ____ Husband and Wiie, Brother and Sister, or Father and Son. It is an all-round convenience, as. either can deposit or withdraw money, and in case of death the GRASSY LAKE BRANCH, H. E. SANDS, Acting Manager. BRAEMAR LANGARA RELIGIOUS _________ NON-SECTA'llAN Hr-SvrEt Mis, Margaret Ross Principal Hcadm.nstor r., and particulars of either school, address the Head or D McRAB RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS VANCOUVER, B. C..-OANAUA Pa lace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A BAR- TWO New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Rates. per day UP-TO.DATE 1C2 SfiEAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J' DOBBS. Proprietor. ;