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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TI'RSDAY. .ri'I.Y THE i.i-rnmiunGK DAILY HKHALD PAGE FIVE LAWN SOCIAL Tn ail! of Kuox Tennis Club Friday Evening, July 28 AC Mr, M. S. AlcArtliur'K, corner Avc. lllli HI. South DURING THE EVENING STRAWBERRIES, ICE CREAM, LEM- ONADE AND CAKE WILL BE SERVED. GOOD MUSIC, CARDS, CROQUET AND OTHER AMUSEMENTS NO ADMISSION. EVERBODY WELCOME PHONE 1224 Mr. A. Soutliiinl. ul' L'alyary, is a visitor 111 lllo in .spending a few Chinook CliiiJ Tea BY THE COURTESY OF THE CHINOOK CLUB EXECU- TIVE, THE LADIES OF THE ALEXANDER GALT CHAP- TER, I.O.D.E. WILL HAVE CHARGE OF THE NEW TEA ROOMS OF THE CLUB ON Thursday, July 27, 1916 WHEN THE TEA ROOM WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUB- LIC FROM TILL fi P.M. PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE I. O. D. E. FUNDS ytisuoi'dny from a whorl viuit Mrs. K. Sage, ami grandson Master Bob Jonos have lull to spend a month Udr The G. I. meet at the A. f.) (lie H. of U C. will Frank, Alta.. July to the .1. c. lloiulrean. af- cotmtant for the Fniiiro-rmiadiaii Col- lieries has left on a two months' vac- ation. Me has gone lo dilnary wlwn'. In; will Join his wil'r and from there will proceed to tin; omul. MrH. Thonws Dmics is at the Holy Cross hospjliil, Caljiury. slowly recov- ering from an operation. Isaac Montalhettil, tipple fore man, is back home after six wueks homu of Mrs. ,1. D. .Mac- at the lilairmore hospital where hi Ii'od, 3111 Till Ave. A. south, on Wed- nesday afternoon iit for lied Cross Mrs. J. T. Thompson and little son, who have buen visiting with Mr. and Mrs. 13. M. CU.-KOII for a niuiilh. huvu (returned to their home in Calgary. The Ladies' Auxiliary lo the B. L. F. and K. will meet on Tmirsday" after- underwent an operation (or citii} and complications. The Presbyterian church is holding services at the Sanatorium and Sunday School on Drumm's 1 ciiurch bdilding is iji The old .school build ing is being j torn down and with it gous tho lust i remnant of oiu Frank. The school- board hopes to have construction on tlie now school started by the 10th of August. Fishing is still SOLID COMFORT MONTREAL TO GLASGOW Via the beautiful St. Lawrence itoute. Up-to-date excel- lent service. From Montreal "ATHENIA fSATURNIA noon al, 2.30 at tin; H- 0. K. ball for organization. This meeting will be followed hy a social in the evening Corning and evening one can see tho .when the Indies are asked to bring disciplos of Isaac Walton make for light refreshments. jlllt! and its smaller contributor- j B j les. J The Indies of the Eastern Star ant j A general impression among the J i invited to meet for sewing at the borne miners in these and ihe neighboring Mrs. .McClenaglmn, iiO-1 12th si. mines socnis to be one of confidence: South, on Friilav afternoon. A good Llie "pcrutors will grant tlie lu% attendance is requostHd. as several -increase rather than risk a tie-up by a Aug. Aug. 15 j Aug. 22 Sept. 9 'CASSANDRA 'ATHENIA 'Cabin passengers only. Kate tCabln third class. For tickets and other informa- tion apply. to any Railroad Steamship Agent, or to BIO matters business are to be trans- acted. .Mrs. E. Henderson, of Vancouv- er, wife of Capt. Henderson of the J21st Hattaliou is a visitor in the j city en route to the east, and is the genernl strike. Of course, with orders ahead and more croiini; in and the shortage of minors the situation would one .should the unable to come indeed be a serious contending parties be to an agreement. The volume of or- ders from the prairie SK rapidly in- j sucat of her aunt. Mrs. D. A Simp- I creasing which shows that the far- I Hnii mors are doing a lot of breaking this year. The Doukhohor settlement at i 'We have contracted for enough bin- Hammond, who is attach- ed to the Belgian lied Cross, has been in (he city for the past week visiting wife and family who have been spending several months with Mrs. j ni-umniijj ae v wiHI luunujb will! .111 ,'der twine, we think, to meet most of. Hammond's parents, Major and Mrs. 01 the demand this fall1 hi Southern AI-! Bm.neltt Jlr Hammond left today for D o n al d son Line H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M5312 Vancouver, 331 Granville St. t borta." said Manager Spooner, of the, .jiuv hul wm relurn L0 clty International Harvester Co., diatnbut- 'shortly, when he and .Mrs Hammond ing house here, today. He took ex- j wm ft trj to ception to the statement in The Her-! v aid yesterday that there was a serious j Tlie ,ICV. tea roora at Uie Chinook shortage iiml that there had been au Club will br formally oiic-nut on in price. "Of course there won't be any too much to Thursday afternoon from Lundbreck lias 1 steam plows going. We "Reel Off" Dry Cleaning Our shop is a veritable "movie" show It's a licud-lincr" in lie dry clfMiiino- as its "at.trno- lion" a ''continuous hill'' of perfect service. "reel off dry clean- ing and quickly, v where siie was DEUTSCHLAND STILL IN PORT Baltimore, Md., July only tiling lhat can be affirmed of the Billy Garnili of the Fighting Tenth, and Pte. Driesdorf of the 16th. Pte. Driesdort" was on his way to Idaho where he owns some land. He was wearing the returned soldier's button and Billy spotted him. They went through St. Julien together, the Leth- dah Eleanor Anderson of Long Con-j bridge man being put out. hut Pries- lee. Alta. and Mr. William Benson, of [dorf got off without a scratch. How- will serve tea. The will bo uued to further the patriotic work that the chapter is doing. ANDERSON are particles of or lint, i u rtftys ilgo> when Bhe com. As it is impossible to see tliRse m the j her voyage from Germany. It was officially stated tonight that flour with the naked eye when buy-, ing tho experienced housewife takes I papers as yet have not been no chances. She tells her grocer most emphatically to send around Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour. i This high-grade, pure, uniform [MAN AND GIRL ARE flour makes clean, creamy-white j DROWNED AT KENORA loaves nt' Oh ;s clean, creamy-white h, such delicious flavor! and is full of the food value so nec- essary lo build brain and brawn. Advertisement. Kenora, July double drowning occurred this afternoon on the lake when Miss Catherine Horan and H. O. losr their lives. A par- ty of young people left this morning for a trip up the lake. The party went in swimming and Miss Horan beyond her depth and called to j Air. for assistance. He went to ;her aid but both sank. The body of was recovered, but that of tho girl is still missing. Mr. Lee was manager of the Bank of Ottawa here for a number of years. A year was transferred to Re- gina and about six weeks ago return- ed to take charge of the branch here. I Miss Horan was a native of Kincar- jdine, Ont. Have you cigars lately? smoked Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J. DOBBS, Proprietor. Lomond. The ceremony was yerform- etl at Wesley parsonage in tlie pres- ence of the immediate relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Benson will take up their residence at the groom's farm near Lomond. iver two days later he was and out at Pestubert. He got a bul- let through the abdomen. Pte Dries- dorf expects to return to Lethbridge I jn the morning Mr. Andrews acting and the accused discharged, was begun this afternoon by A. J. Andrews K. C., and not concluded. Before tlie court adjourned his lordship expressed his surprise that he was expected to give a judgment on the Intricate questions of law involved before tho jury is call- ed tomorrow at noon, and lie that an adjournment mipht be necc-s- sary 10 give him time to render a de- Ottawa, .Inly the heading 'A Serious the Ottawa Citizen says today editorially; "The abandon- ment oi (be Iloss rifle as the official weapon of the Canadian forces was expected in the face of the number- less complaints from all sources cerning the unreliability of the arm in active service. Whatever may lie the merits of the Ross rifle otherwise, it has been made clear from the begin- ning of the present war that it was mentary buildings contract to Thomas reply m. Mr. will continue I rae was ouml at 9 o'clock. "If, f "T; iu a few days after things down in Idaho. FHEWH ADVANCES 0 N WESTERN FRONT ITHE CANADIAN BANK j OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D.. D.C.L.. President ilOIIN AIRD, General Mnnncor H. V. f. JONES, Ass'lOcnor.l M.nnf. j V, C. BROWN. Superintendent of Central Wcstern.Branciieb CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, j BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank Commerce to be operated by majl, receive the same fcareful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's lousiness. Money may ba deposited or withdrawn in this way as jiatisfpctorlly as by a personal visit to the Bank. WM Uthbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, he looks over f0r jjie accused, moved that the indict- ment should be quashed. The argument was Ministers of the crown cannot be tried for nihiUtprjal acts before the ordinary courts of law, but must be tried in the house of commons or the legislative assembly. No offence was charged That the counts were too general and failed to give the defence inform- ation on which to base their case. Mr. Coyne's Reply Coyne submitted that the indict- He held that it was not improper to commit an offence with a charge involving the actua commission of the offence since the same evidence was applicable in both cases. He held that no embarrass ment would result to the accusec through the inclusion oE what were called the "Salt the evidence on wnich was admissible on the main charge. The attempt to prevent the Ham Salt from giving evidence was, count alleging that William Salt was Ihe said. EH act relating to the general flueuced TO give evidence before the public accounts commission or tho royal commission. That the accused could not he tried for conspiracy to commit an offence {and for the actual committing the offence. That nine of the counts included several offences in each, contrary to the code. That there was no offence in the alleged manipulation of ieiuiers which preceded the granting of; Hie parlia- conspiracy. Ha argued that the appli- cation for the release of the accused under the habeas corpus act should be dismissed. He began ,to quote auth- orities, but was by lord- ship that they were not necessary. Answering tlie claim of the defence that cabinet ministers' could not be tried for their ministerial acts in the ordinary courts. Mr. Coyne read au- thorities in an effort to prove that cab- inet ministers were, public officers, and is such enjoyed no special privileges. not suited for the rough work of ac- tual campaigning. But this does not absolve the .Minister of Militia and the Canadian government of a serious blunder and of persisting in it. "1C the British army officials hava definitely and emphatically condemn- ed the Ross Rifle, as they must have done in order to force the Canadian department to abandon it, such ac- tion has been taken only after review- ing the work of tho arm in active ser- vice. II it has failed to do what it was expected to do, undoubtedly tho failure has cost Canadians precious lives. Herein lies the serious nature of the present development, and here- in lies the responsibility of the govern- ment and its minister of militia. "The country will demand the offi- cial report of General Ilaig. Unless that report be published as soon as possible tlie country cannot be blamed for assuming the worst view of tho whole matter. 1C it be shown that one Canadian life has been sacrificed by the persistent blundering of the Mil- itia Department and its head, the ad- ministration will be deservedly con- demned. "The announcement that the Lee- Eufield rifle, with which the Canadian forces are now to be armed, are to be manufactured in the Ross rifle factory is calculated to make the country gasp. The quibble that the Lee-Enfield rifles which are to supersede the Ross are not. the same as the Lee-Enfield rifles with which the British army has heretofore been armed, but an im- provement on the latter, is calculated to make the country wonder if there is eny limit to the audacity of the official responsible for it." WILL BE VISCOUNT GREY London, July "personal and family reasons" Sir Edward Grey, the British foreign secretary, who recent- ly, was created au earl, has received royal permission to take the title oC visonunt instead of earl, .under tha style Viscount Grey of Fallodon. The inference is that the foreign secretary took the lower dignity to avoid the risk of being confused with Hfcrl Grey, formerly governor-general of Map shows the British and French gains on July 20th. The German salient around Chauines and Roye is beginning to crmnble. PREFERS LIONS' CAGE TO HOME WITH WIFE Chicago, July B! Dennis and hia wife, Adelaide, circus folk- he a lion tamer and she a bareback To have clear skin, bright eyes and a healthy appearance, your digestion must be bowels arid liver kept active regular. Assistnature-take BEECH AM PILLS loM Eitrr Box of -Vchl Vulns to W.n la boitt, IS cuti. ridor. They separated. Tho circus went lo Evtinston for a one night stand. iWrs. Dennis appeared mid demanded to konw why she had not been receiv- ing the a wnch .which Dennis had promised to send her. Dennis retreated into nis case oi snarling lions. Mis wife got tires! of waiting and went to the ISvanston police station. Detective Sergeant Arthur Johnston, was assig- ned and warily entered the cage. Tlie lions snarled but Johnston showed them his badge am! they slunk shamefacedly hark, Tlie detective then look the tamer of lions to a cage of his own at tho station. "1 could get along better with tlie lions thnn 1 could with my wife'1 was Dennis' solo comment. HRVC you smoked "Nobleman" Rare lately? None So Deaf As Those Who Will Not Hear "Xot one word, if you one word will I listen to ten or Tliul is the attitude of many good people, even after they have reason lo suspect that ten or colTce luirls them. True, some persons seem able for a time lo use lea or coffee without apparent harm, hut sooner or later it does interfere with the health and comfort of many users. Tor a sure, easy test suppose you leave off liulli tea and eoiVee and use POSTUM This famous food-drink is made of prime wheat, roasted with a bit of wholesome molasses. II has n rich color, line aroma and a delicious, snappy flavor, and is absolutely free from the drug, caffeine, in lea and coffee, or any other harmful from all tea and coffee troubles. Postum is delicious and comes in two forms. The original Postum Cereal must be boiled. Instant Postum is a soluble in the cup by adding hot water. The flavor is Ihe same and the cost about equal. Both kinds arc good for young and old, and satisfy Ihe craving for a hot, aromatic, meal-time beverage, "Therms a Reason" for POSTUM Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Windsor; Ont. ;