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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE KIGHT till? LKTIIBRHXiK IXMTA HERALD JULY 1.1, inn The Headaches that so many "women suffer from often Uuc to a congested state of the body's filter. What is necdi'J a tonu--apfrient; in produce .1 healthy and normal action ot iho orpins and rid tlie blood cfim- riiriiies. In such cases nothing- is so good as hoiisen than foriv years. ctenniing the >ysft ild renit'iiy lor more natural. baiiislmiK headaches ami 'FRUlfsALT-0CSO'S. J. C.END, Trail Sill" EDI. Salt far Karlil Amincl HAROLD F. RITCHIE 4 CO. LIMITED 10 KeCAUL TORONTO (8) ...inrmimn Beware of Substitutes fill CLERK IN TROUBLE .Montreal, .'nly in-' terest has been aroused here over tiie arrest oj Porion. a clerk in die riopanmeiit of affairs in Ot-; tawa. and in Hull. Quebec. lie arrested last nUlit :uui j brought here, where he will l What Ihe Press Agents Say At (he Majestic Montreal Glasgow SAILINGS Low Rates Good Service -ATHEN'IA Aug. 12 tSATURNIA Aug. 19 Aug. 26 -Cabin passengers only. Rate S52.50 -jCabin and third class. Prepaid tickets from Great Bri- tain issued lowest rates. Kor rates and other information apply to any railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN. General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Granviile. St... CLARK' PORK AND Ready to serve and you're always ready For them MANUFACTURERS MONTREAL Uvill on the act of the massive 'production of "I'ncle Tom's Cabin" at ihe Majestic theatre, and it is safe to say that a bijr crowd will be there. i Judging by Uie insistent demand for: it is apparent thar the famous; 'drama none of its old time: popularity. Messrs. Uartium and Ayles-; 'worth are presenting a scenic produc-; lion of "Tnt'le TomV Cabin" that is i decidedly pretentious, no expense hav- j ing been spareii to secure the desired effects in ihe various scenes. All the famous and familiar characters still j', retain thsir old lime charm, and are ably interpreted by a large and cap- able company. t'niil 7 o'clock tonight all reserved seats will be at Medleys, and after that hour may be secured at the theatre. Tho following loiter has been re- coked by the Herald from Lionl.- Governor Brett, urging tho holding of a meeting of tho citizens of Let.li- I bridge to discuss tho celebration of ithe second anniversary of the declar- i at ion of war: i IVar i 1 beg to advise yon that I am in receipt of a communication from the Central Committee for NiiUoiial Pa- triotic Organizations, of London. England, in which it i? proposed that be held throughout ihe Km- 1 pi re on the 4th of August in com- j inemoration of the. Second Anniver- sary of the war with Germany, and jit is urged that the- following resoin- lion be adopted at all meetings, this resolution having been approved by tho prime minister of Britain ami the ;colonial secretary: i "Resolved. That on this the second i anniversary oi iho declaration of a righteous war. tins meeting of the 1 citizens of records its i inflexible determination lo contiijuo j to a victorious end the struggle in maintenance nf those ideals of lib- eny and justice which are the com- mon and sacred cause of Iho allies." My government heartily endorses this project, and we mist that meet- ings niayt- be held wherever possible throughout the Province- of Alberta and foregoing resolution enthusi- astically carried. Yours faithfully. K- G. BRETT. Lieut.-Governor. It's always a delight to Use Jffennen's 'THE twice-a-day duty to -1 one's teeth becomes a pleasure with The entire absence of grit soft, gentle polishing action and the cool fresh after-taste make Mennen's a popular choice with wo- men. Good teeth need to be preserved. The safe, surc'and most effective way to preserve your teeth is by the regular use of GIVE TEN SHOTS FOR ONE. French Now Far Outclass Germans in j Artlrlery Fire. At Stai-Iand Sir A. Cor.an Doyle, in ;t despatch from headquarters the French army in the Argonne, says: "There is a couplet of Stevenson's which hauntg me: "There fell a in ;i wriody LI land b-von-i the sea." I have just come back from three wonderful days in that 'ace. It lies with the open j 1 bosky country of Verdun on its im- I mediate right atui the chalk downs ot j j upon its lefi. It is a I very undulating country of abrupt iiisii dales, (t 13 this peeulsriiy 'which lias made the war on this front i different to any oilier, in pielures- j qiie and more secret. In front the are half in the clay soil, half behind fallen trunks. Bel ween Sold by Druetists. If unable lo it readily, send !Cc. ar.d will srnil you a Deniur.sirator tube tb zive this Dentifrice a thotouch Write today. forCannJa HARCV n F. RITCHIE ft CO. LIMITED Df.pt. 10L" McCaul Street. Toronto Caatdian Factory: Montreal W Frank. Alia.. .July first step to redm'o iho cortt of living haw bcon lakon by I in1 I'onmition of an Kcoiiomy League here. Snvcral of ladies of Krank have gathered topi-thcr to runu a cluh the itlxtve naino. Ihe aim of which is. to mlure tho cost of staple arlick's by luiying togfMhor in larce quunUtius and tio ndviuitajU! of wholosalo rales. The plan ai the present time is to I'noujih ordors lo make up a i-nrload at lensl. once a month and to sfiid the cash right with the order. In ihis way it is i-xpiK-lud lo effect a of at least '20% over mil-rent prices. T. T.oiniuii. Onl., .luly 19. Williiim CJray, M.I'.. Conservative immiber Tor London, loft today Tor a 'U.S. health resort, and is very criticiilJy ill. Ho IUIH boen ou (lit1 of collapse, from a nervous breakdown for some. Mine uud tiio ruccnt action of Sir Sain Hagues in removing troops to ('amp Hordun. promised to largely through Mr. CJray's efforts, tins worried him greatly. Friends slated today thai Mr. Gray fears Sir Sain lias not only ruined his election clmtic- os here, but will wreck the Hordoii government and kill enlisting. It is rumored that Mr. Gray may take issue, with Sir Sum later and demand full in- vestigation into Camp Bonlen and other matters. ___........_ ___ Cleveland. July world's John Barrymore. ihe ver.itituc: 1 the two the main bulk of the soldiers j records went by the boards in ihe free- refined comedian, appear? to splendid live like animals of ihe woodlands, i ior-all pace ai the last day of ihe advantage in "The Lost burrowing on the hillsides and among" which will be shown for the last times i the roots of the trees, at Saarland tonight. The play has an At three different points I have vis- aiiundance of humor and plenty of i ited the. front -in-.this broad region, thrills.- In one "scene Bertie Joyce, j wandering from the lines of one army North Randall grand circuit races, in which Single G created a sensation, after Russell Boy had won the open- ing heat in by nosing out Mur- phy's pacer in the second he.ai. dupli- the role played by Mr. Barrymore. and carps to that of another. In all three j eating the time of the first mile and ja burglar tumble headlong down a I found the same conditions and in all [then taking the race by tramping the [flight of eighteen steps. Thuse who three f found aiso the same pleasing j third heat in 2.01V4- were not fortunate enough 10 see this fact I had discovered at Sois- it was the greatest speed exhibition 'great feature last night should not j that the fire of the French was fail to do so tonight. The Paramount: at least five, and very often ten, shots llev. Dr. Covert of Chicago told Ihe congregation of Victoria ProshytorUin Church, Toronto, that there was not one pro-Gorman in his congregation of over l.r.OO EXCTKHIOXS The Provincial Department of Agri- culture has just completed arrange- ments with the various railway com- panies fnr a tlnee days excursion to the Schools of Agriculture, when n most interesting and instructive pro- gramme will be given by tho staffs representing the schools and the De- partment of Agriculture. The dates fnr the visit to Claresliolm are Mon- day, Tuesday and Wednesday. Allg- us) 7th, Sth and IHh. and single faro nit PS have been arranged for on the convention phin, viz: Passengers will purchase one way tickets from any Station and by any train to Chiresholm. taking a 'Stand-! ard Certificate Receipt from tiie Tick-j et Agent. An official at the School at Clarcsholm will sign this receipt, j and said receipt can then be exchang- j c-ci at the station for a regular ticket; good for the return journey. Tho programme wil! include the fol- lowing: Judging, feeding, and care of live stock. Diseases of farm animals-and their treatment. Study of crops and cultural meth- ods. [emification of weeds and weed seeds. Barn plans suitable for Alberta, The farm gasoline engine. Farm poultry problems. Farm Dairying. Household Science, including cook- ing, cunning, sewing, laundering ami homp nursing. It is hoped there may be a large attendance as a splendid opportunity will he given for seeing the complete operations of the school and inspect-i j ing the crops and experimental plots, i j Visitors can remain during the whole j three day? or any portion thereof, For further particulars address, j Alex Galbraith, Siipt. of Fairs Institutes. Edmonton. JHon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture. HANLEY NAMED BY DRY FORCES St. Paul, .hily Frank llan- ley. former governor of Indiana, was nominated for President of ihe I'nilod States on the tirst ballot at ihe ui- tional prohibition convention af- ternoon. Hanley received 444 votes against I SI for William Snlze, former gov- ernor of New York, his nearest con- tender. Dr. Ira D. Landrith of Nash- ville, Tenn., was nominated for vice- president. General Repairs The heavy rains have found their way through many. Leth- bridge roofs, DOES YOUR ROOF NEED REPAIRING? if so, a card or phone call will receive my prompt attention Henry llnlhvortli 1223 STH AVE. A. SOUTH PHONE 1463. All kinds of repair work to pro- perty undertaken In Yz, 1 and 2 pound cans. also Fine Groupd for Perco- lators. 167 Travel Picture and ihe duet by Miss to one ot" the Germans. It used not to Sitom and Mr. Fleming will be repeat-; be so. The Germans used to scrupu- ed tonight, and free photos of Mary j lonsly retiirn shot for shot. But in the history of the grand circuit and in only ihe special match between Direcium I. ami William was the lime even approached. Judge Ormonde. R. H. Brett and Hal jPickford. who appears in "Poor Littie i whethei they have moved their guns j Boy were third, fourth and fifth, i Peppina." on Monday and Tuesday, j to ihe neighboring Verdun, or v.-hetli- Donna Clay won the 2.13, makin j will be presented to the patrons. Miss Ipickford has played many roles but ,-HONt: FORGET J THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TD OFFER HI Please noMFy CENTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. Secy. OR' Soldiers' Bureau, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, J. P.. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. MONUMENTS Headstones uud Crosses of every description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR V.'CRK BEFORE YOU Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works er. as is. more likely, all the munitions 'two heats in 2.07Vj. are going there, it is certain that they !in this great six-reel production she j were very outclassed upon the three iias excelled all former performances, i days of June which I allude to. Sufficient proof of the merits of ibis Trenches are trenches, and play is the fact that it was shown for j main specialty of these in the the ,n extended period in Vancouver at gonne is That they are nearer to the greatly advanced prices. enemy. In fact, there are places At the Orplieum PANTAGES VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM enem where they interlock, and where the advanced posts lie cheek by jcwl. j PRIVY COUNCILLORS. j (From the Manchester Guardian.) j The inclusion of six privy council- llorships in the birthday honors draws i attention again' to the growing popu- The first Pautages vaudeville bill will be shown ar, the Orpheum Monday night henceforth until further i honor. At one time the privy council notice j was composed almost entirely men Monday's bill has five superb acts.' either a' the moment in ihe best'vaudeville shown here inleablnct offlce or allll were manv moons. Leon Kimberly ami to be again. Consequently in Reni Arnold have things all their own i days nearly all the privy wnin- wav.with the audience. The -Melody i in of commons were Castaway v.-on the 2.1S pace, while Joan won the 2.0ti trotting class in straight heats, 2.05-% being the best Lindsay, July counsel was retained to act on behalf of a client against whom a motion was launched to have him declared a luna- tic. The matter came on for hearing before the county judge at Lindsay. "Who is the premier of Sis offer a neat and pretty or lhe other number. Karl Emmv ami pets and a nonoratile member" offer an unusual dog number. Harrv; among the and tile, and wliat Colcmsn is a ventriloquist with some ;one lhe members, _ blackbird. was a question darted at the supposed lunatic to test Jhe state of his mind. "Sam was the unhesitat- ing reply. i 0 t Tiie Toronto counsel rose to the thing novel, while Stanley and Farrell ilvas rarc as f >vlllle Wackbird. Btii j ,on have a comedy skit entitled "Going to nowadays the house is stndclied all the Wedding" that is well received. afte, that he.declared. ,__ The judge was convinced. "Motion dismissed." the Wedding" that, is well received. .t Tonight for the last time the special I quite a usual title in' the feature, Charlie Chaplin, will beiLabor Wiy -Vr- c-nnwn jG. N. Harnes receiving it at the be- i sinning of the year and Mr. C. j Bowerman now. More and more in I recent years membership iiso privy I council lias become a sort of civil dec- jr-jaws a tho u-ftS j scientific services i.-? also modern will be shown at the Empress. This some niiid surprise states of Europe. It is an excitin picture and should be seen by 'every- j body. i a few years i on Mr. C it was eonferr- Boolh' sutistl In the table of precedence a pi ivy even though he be a civ- ilian, ranlis rather high, following at E. M. JACKMAN, FORMER .......-MINISTER, IS DEAD 1 tjie Of tilo son of a Montreal. July, 2.0. Hon. h. M. in front of the Jackman of St. John's, MM., for nine j jjaronets; The Rre years minister of finance in the era! government of Sir Robert Bond i in Newfoundland, died at 11.20 to- night in a local-hospital. He was.-in years of age ,and was born in St. John, Xfld. CBremonial. Tjie privy i If I Had Eczema simply wash it. away with that soothing liquid, D.D.D. Prescription. The first drops instantly stop that aw- ful itch. We cannot absolutely guarantee a cure every time but we do say this. If the first bottle not relieve you, it will not cost you a cent. Try Soap too. Ir will kncp your skin heal' thy. J. 0. Druggist s, ment. Higinbotbam (To., Ltd.. very ancient body, dating from reign of Henry VI., nnd in Ji..; ix- teentli and seventeenth centime; it worked hard. Gradually, howsvev, it became too its there developed from H the small committee of administra- tors which was the rudiment of the modern cabinet. CLOSED THE SCHOOL Satskatoon, July to the fact that the entire faculty has onlist- ed for active service, the school of engineering of fhe university of Sas- katchewan hfire will not re-open tlii.s year. This was the announcement, made today by President Walter Murray, of the university. Most of Lethbridge. Advertise- the engineering students enlisted sumo 1 time ago. PROMOTIONS ANNOUNCED Colonel Emslie Appointed Temporary j Brigadier General j _______ I London, July ElnisHc. D.S.O. lias been appointed temporarily bris- j adier-general, succeeding General ii- Hams, who is a prisoner of war. Maj- or R. C. Andrew, of the 1st Canadian Mounted Uifles, has taken over the t'oimmmil of his battalion, with tem- porary rant: of lieu tenant-colonel. Major D. C. Draper, of the Canad- ian Mounted FMfles, has been pro- moted lieutenant-colonel and has com- mand of a battalion. Capt. B. Laws, of tiie IKI Camii'lian Mounted rtilles. has been promoted tempoarily .major. Packefof v 7 WILSON'S FLY PADS WILL Kltl MORE FL.IESJttAN.' OF ANY 'I- STICKY Fitting your personality as well as your eyes There are many different types of faces. Like figures, there are no two exactly alike. What looks well on one person is very often unbecoming to another. So it is with glasses. One hardly realizes what a striking differ- ence they make in the appearance when not suited to the person- ality. And to provide a style for each type of face is what we have done. In our s'nrks vou'l! find iflas.ies that not only suit, your vision your personalily us well. A most complete line of optical goods. Eye specialist in charge of optical department. R. A. WRIGHT Tlu: City's Leading estab lishcd 1808. ;