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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY.20, 1910 THE LiJTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN JInother Jlfennen triumph! pIRST-- a world-famed Talcum Powder then a newer and better Shaving now. air ideal Dentifrice well worthy of the House of Mermen. Mennen's is an antiseptic, agree- ably flavored toothpaste. It docs not scour the tcelh, but by gentle action and emulsifying process cleanses and polishes. (Many tooth preparations simply Bcour the teeth, thus injuring the enamel.) Ask for eadily, send lOc. we will aend you n Demonstrator tube containing en ouch to enable you "To give this Dentifrice a thorough trial. Write today. Sellinc Agents for Canada HAROLD F. RITCHIE ft CO. LIMITED Dept. 10L MeCaul Street. Toronto Orcadian Factory: Montreal MOUNTIES ARE STARTING ON A LONG JOURNEY Up Into the Land of the Eskimo to Run Down Two Murderers 'IHegina, July 26. Inspector F. II. [Trench with Constables Chin, Doug- la's, and Crombie, will leave shortly 'or Montreal on the first leg of their iojig journey to relieve Inspector Beyts ihd his' detachment, who for two' years jave been at Lake among the Kiilin-E-Muit tribe of Eskimos, run- iing down Hull-la-lark and Ani-mo-ker- :i'jc, the murderers of Street, the American explorers. holiday at Sylvan Mrs. Harvey Monroe and her moth; or, Sirs. Simui, have left nn an visit to Toronto. Mrs. John Home left yesterday after [noon to a few days In Calgary and Edmonton: Mrs. A. 13. Jlctntyrc and son of Wind- sor, are the guests of Mrs. A. B. Stafford. Mr. ami Mrs. II. H. Nieol and child- ren left today to spend a. holiday at Banff. Mrs. Win. Hardy. Misses Nell and Beatrice Hardy are .spending a month at tho Pacific coast. Masters Austin Skeilh and Terence Home returned yesterday from spend- ing ii couple of wefiks at the Skeitli farm near Now Dayton. Miss Cobbledick of the Conservatory of Music stall, is spending a couple of weeks in Calgary with friends before proceeding to Sylvan Lake where Rev. G. H. Cobbledick and family will spend August. The.public are Invited to attend the formal opening of the Chinook Club tea room tomorrow afternoon from 3.30 to 6 o'clock when tho members of the Alexander Gait Chapter I.O.D.E. will serve tea. The Victoria Times haw the follow- ing paragraph about a former manager of the Bank of Nova Scotia here: E. F. McNeill. manager of the local branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia, iccompauied by N. W. Berkiuslmw, manager of the Vancouver branch, left the city this morning on an extended automobile tour of the island. The places to be visited will .include Quali- Campbell River and Alberni, and on returning Mr. McNeill will ship hIB car to Seattle and make a tour of Washington and Oregon touching at Portland, Tacoiua and other interesting points, returning to Victoria about the end of the month. Mrs. J. F. Miller of Calgary is spend- ing several weeks in the city tlie guest of Mrs. M. S. Stover. NORLEN At Fifth Avenue Hat, on Monday, 24th July, by Rev. A. S. Tuttle, Mr. Oley Pendant D'Qrielle and Miss Radford and Thilda Norlen of Altorado were united in., marriage. i Capture Of Erzingan Has Driven Turks from Armenia Pctrograd, July official I upon their victory. i am announcing tho capture of Unit tho troops so justified t "On Tuesday our gallant troops un- der command of General Udciiilohin took in Iwttio tho town of tiranyun. AK a rosult tho clearing of tho Turku from Armenia has been accomplished, iiontldunro placed in (.Signed Micliolati." Germans Active at Riga Potrbgrad, via London. July 2H. German forces undor l-'ifld MunUial Von ilindenburg attacked tho Russian lie emperor yesterday sent tho JHnoH near Keinmern, miles wast oi following tuluftram to tho commander j Riga, mid-nearly succeeded in pone-: in-chief al TifHs: It. is with joy that i trnllng the' Russian fronl thu war I have heard of the taking of Ifir From this bottom of my heart I con- gratulate the heroic Caucasian army ofllce announced today, but finally I were compelled to ret real by the con- j centration of the Russian fire. WARNER New "Vork July London cable to the Times says: "Walson Ruther- ford M.P., has asked the Home Secre- tary whether was taking any steps to allay, public anxiety caused by the disclosure that on a residential estate about1 twelve miles to the south of [..ondon a Japanese garden had been found constructed in concrete and ma- sonry, giving emplacements for five heavy guns and that such estate com- mands the main line of railway into London and which property until last week was-in the occupation of a so- called American citizen of German nationality with the rank of captain; whether he was aware that at the same place 'there was an 80-horsepow- jcr motor-car, fitted with a 500-candle- power searchlight; whether he was aware that at a sale on July IS such ti car was purchased by a firm with a German name; whether he was aware that last week there was a sim- ilar sale on another residential estate to the west of London, with another similar Japanese garden with gun em- placements, also occupied by a person of German nationality. j (From the RfH-ordi John Wright, of Klnrnnr., met with serious misfortune on Saturday, when his barn was ininicd down and j with it several of horses and j a quantity of harness, etc. Apparently the lire started from a. smudge, and occurred while tho family were at lunch. A bad hailstorm of short duration accompanied by wind, hit the country about twelve unties east of Warner last Monday. Mr. Jk-Cracken who has one of the best crops in the district) was hit, also Messrs. Merithew ana j S. J. Ullie. Others were also visited but the damage was not so heavy. Work has just started on a line new j residence of eight rooms on the Cald- j well farm, P. having supervis- ion of the work. The Warner nine paid a return visit to Now Dayton Saturday, when an in- teresting game .was witnessed. War- ner came out victors; with a tally of 11 to 10, but the game was anybody's up to the ninth. C. A. Kerne lias resigned his posit- ion as manager of the Citizens Lum- ber yard here, and left on Saturday. Mr. McParlane, auditor, was in town Saturday and the yard is now closed Lewis Martin, proprietor of the Re- vere hotel, Kingston, and John Brown a guard at the penitentiary, are under arrest charged with trafficking in dope for convicts at the penitentiary. We "Reel Off" Dry Cleaning Our shop is a veritable "movie" show 'It's a Iiotul-lincr" in the dry cleaning as its "altrao- lion" u 'Yonl'mimus hill" of perfect service. Wo "reel off dry clcan- iji.a-aiid dyeing quickly, and reasonably. Right now, no doubt, your summer wardrobe needs renovating. You'll be surprised how well and how economically we can do that for you. Our plant is as close as your telephone. Whenever you have anything to clean or dye, phone 444 and let us render our superior service. City Dyeing and Cleaning Works Phone 444 Beside City Hall The Only Dve Works in Southern Alberta Rain is falling in many parts of Southern Alberta today, though not heavily. After threatening all fore- noon it began to descend here at noon. Some fell during the night. South of Loth bridge quite a heavy rain was experienced last night. L. H. PROF. METCHNIKOFF, SCIENTIST, l.Teiiirr ot hayiey, who is m the city _ 7 _. j today states that (lie precipitation was Your Health Insurance! Crystal Dairy Milk quite heavy there during the night. Farmers are not at all anxious to see rain just at present as there has heen plenty of moisture to keep the crops growing. H. E. Miebach, of of their own soil eight miles wide on the average from Dunkirk to Nieujiort. and 60.000 of thorn are oc- cupying this territory. The tremendous barbed wire entanglements and many lines of trenches, in front of the Bel- gians make ches, it V isible for them to hold this strip of home soil. "The surgeons have done wonder- ful work in the badly equipped hos- pitals. We had some very remark- able recoveries in cases where men had lost seemingly their entire faces. The surgeons have rebuilt features sometimes grafting skin from the neck. I was called conservative in my handling of many cases by the saving of many a limb through a lit- tle more effort and patience. "In the trenches the men are half mad. They do- not fear. the. shells except during a bombardment for they can tell to .a. .nicety the point where they will and the Monarch who is in the city today, men scatter like rabbits. However, states thai cutting in that district will shells or bombs from the Taubes are be about as early as last year when grain was cut on August 2Sth. Some hail has been reported in the district. On Monday night there was a little damage at Cayley, Okotoks and Barons. At the latter place ten per cent damage was done on a strip nine miles long and one mile wide. Eight hundred acres were totally destroyed at Okotoks. I'rof. Elie Metcbnikofu the famous bacteriologist, who is dead after lour- suffering with heart disease. Though widely known as a leading scientist of an international figure when he announced the result of >iu Mll ,KBlulua, uul- his study of longevity and gave to the world hope that life might be prolonged ortefl English and Russians. SURGEONS REMAKE FACES The surgeons In the hospitals in France and Belgium continue to ef- fect remarkable cures among the soldiers who are brought in, accord- ing to Dr. E. V. Morrow, of Port- land, Oregon, who has returned from an eighteen months' period of ser- vice as Chief Operating Surgeon at the hospital at La Panne, Belgium, says the New York Times. Dr. Morrow received the decoration of King Leopold, the highest that" Bel- gium can bestow, at the hands of j King Albert. He described the King as a saddened man, living quietly in a villa with the Queen. The he met almost daily, for she was a constant visitor lo the hospital wards. "The Belgians are still putting up a hard 'fight to hold a small portion of their said Dr. Morrow, at the McAipin yesterday. "Sup- u-e should fight dumb animals." And almost Immediately a fcreat German stepped out of the trench, walked straight to the dog and ried It back. Five minutes Inter.; there was one of the most violent Qghts of tlie month. "I witnessed four great battles i from the observation posts, and at, Ypres saw the slaughter of Germans, by the Belgian rapid-fire guns, the' men falling in rows like wheat on' our Western lands behind the giant' reapers." greatly feared and I have seen great havoc caused by ilfteen of'! these machines where sixty-live shells killed or wounded nearly 300. .men. "The Russians are quite. ,the best type of soldier I have ever "In one instance a dog ran toward our lines from the German side and a shot broke its leg leaving it help- less. Following this a message came (lying over, 'We are men fighting each Is no reason why WHEN USING .'..WILSON'S FlYRADS READ DIRECTIONS Sv CAREFULLY AND, FOLLOW :S) EXACTLY to over double the present span. You want to be mighty particular that your household is .supplied .with pure milk. It's vitally important'to the health'of your fam- ily. Pure-milk is a builder of pure milk a destroyer. When you take Crystal Dairy Milk you take with it a health insur- ance policy, for ours is the purest of pure. Every buttle and can is sterilized before using and every precaution for sanitation is taken. Our Milk is Clarified Clarification adds to the safety of raw t'milk because along with waste tissue it removes large numbers of bacteria which cause udder inflammation. Such bacteria may be harmful, es- pccially to children and infants. Clarification thoroughly cleanses milk of udder waste, foreign and impure matter'it may contain without affecting its butter fat or other normal .Constituents. Our Milk is Pasteurized i'.Thi New YoVk Milk Committee says that babies In 'weight, have kept well and In every way; giytn evidence that milk Is not inferior in food value .or digestibility to raw rrjifk. Pasteurization is.the only 'guarantee -of arb; no vaiiiio HJect'or.s to it, Tha Board of Hjaslti; advise the pub- pastaurjze and clarify all milk. ;Xo c'jiiileinie of-disease lias evey-'been h-accd y- <'j0 pasteurized Millc The Crystal Makers ot famous 'Carlyle fiil 'STREET SOUTH. PERSONAL. St. Catharines, yeara ftgfl WM in a very nervous, generally run- down condition, so that I awoke in the morning more tired than when I retired. The doctors thought I had heart trouble and treated me for it but' I got benefit. I heard of. Pierce's reme- dtea through 'a. friend who had been to your Invalids' Hole! for on opera- tion (which proved entirely successful) and I at once got the 'Favorite-Prescrip- tion.' I took three bottles altogether and at the end of three wpeka I felt en- tirely cured and have been well and strong since, without a single bad spell. I stopped taking it aTic-ut three months ago and :uz glad tu tell any one how aplcn- didly your medicine has healed Miis. LBWIN, 63 Niagara St., St. Cftthnrmra, Ont. The mighty restorative power of Dr. Piercc's Favorite Proscription speedily causes nil vromanly troubles to disappear nnd bringa back health and strength to Dcrvqus, irritable and exhausted women. lit is a wonderful prescription prepared only from nature's roots and herbs with no alcohol to falsely stimulate and no. narcotic' to wreck the nerves. It ishcs pain, headache, backache, low spirits, hot flashes, worry and sleeplessness surely and without loss of time. Get it now! All druggists. A Great Book Every Woman Shtuld Over a million copies of the "The peo- ple's Cpriimon Sense Medical now in the hands of the people. It w a aook that everyone should huvo and read in ease m accident or sickness. Send fifty cents or stamps to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. and en- close this nqticp and you will receive, return duty vrcpaid, thia valuable book. THE SCOTTISH SPIRIT Tlie following story was recently published in Tit-Bits. The following is an absolutely true Toronto enlistment story, given with a slight -change- of names: Mrs, Campbell's son had enlisted for the war. much to his mother's dismay, but her troubles were inten- sified "a short time afterwards by her husband ,'nlso joining the colors. Rushing breathlessly into a neigh bar's libuse the other .day, she ex- s "'Do ye ken wha's enlisted noo. Mrs. "No, your gudeman, I hope, Mis replied the neighbor, "for he's past tho military ago lang SJIIL ''Ye've guessed right, Mrs. KUe the daft loon jined the battalion this, mornin', and that's as sure as daith.'1 "Guidsake, Mrs. Campbell! And lipo did your man come to make sle a full b' himsel', a man past fifty years of "Wool, you see. Mrs. Kyle, this mornin1 when he was waitin' for his breakfast lie picked up a copy of the nioi'nitf paper, and there sat reading the hews o' the war. Andrew never saifl onything but went oof at his usual time, and as I thocht, ho was ;aen to his work, but losh! ahoot ten j'cibek in he comes wi' a bundle under ;iis arm the size o' the family wash- ing. 'What have ye there, says I, 'And what's wrang that brings ye hame at this says lie. 'Every- Jiing's wrangi'; Hayo' read the mornin''paper, wumman? DM'ye no' see that the Germans- had dropped jombs .on Scotland from their Zep-; lolina? I lei! i ye, says'he, they can bombard England as "much. lay a lu'mr "GII Scotland, HO I've' on- listed, and this is my they are able to maintain a strip YOUNG WOMEN HAY AVOID PAIN Need Only Trust to Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Corn- 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, Buffalo My daughter, picture is herewith was much troubled iwith pains in her jback and sides every mth and they sometimes be [so bad that it would [seem like acute in- flammation of some organ. She read [your advertisement the newspapers tried Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound. She praises it highly as she has been i relieved of all these pains by its use. Ail mothers should know of this remedy, i and all young girls who suffer should j try MATILDA KURTZWEO, 629 High St, Buffalo, N. Y. Young women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, headache, draggiiig-down sensations, fainting apells or indigestion, should take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. .Thousands have been re- stored to health by this root and herb remedy. If you know of any young wo- 1 man who is sick and needs help- ful advice, ask her to write to the li.Pinkham Medicine Co.. Chinook Club Tea Rooms BY THE COURTESY OF THE CHINOOK CLUB EXECU- TIVE, THE LADIES OF THE ALEXANDER SALT 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 3.30 TILL 6 P.M. PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE II O: D. E. FUNDS receive her letter, and it will held in strictest confidence. ALL YOU MARRIED MEN who want to be sure of a good dinner will not be disappointed if you ask your wives to get their Meats from DELANXS LIMITED "The Home of Quality ;