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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY, JULY 20/1917 TIIE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN SI Be Glean-and Safe. H Think of the tfsrovtadmt things your tklu and clothes nuit comajnto eonUot with every day. Thea remember that thara la a splendid anliscptio oap LIFEBUOY HEALTH SOAP Uaa Lifebuoy for the haodt, tba bath, the elojhei, and the hone. Its rich, abuadant lather asaam salary. The mild, aatiieptlo odor "> a n I  h e  ^quickly after uia. .uvEiimaitt TORONTO A alt food Grocers 173 District News , BOW ISLAND (Prom Tho Review.) On-July-10th, Constable English re eoived a phone message from Wlnnl-frod aaying nn unknown man had Jiullod a revolver on Ed. GosHelln, lohn Bartuer and Ted Wluchcombo at Wlnnltred. The man was suspected of presenting a forged' cheque on the Union Bank at Wlnnitred on July 3rd, and when Gosaelln with .the assistance of the others attempted to arrest, him he pulled out a revolver and' threatened them. He then left the town, but was followed a distance, and on tlio arrival of Constables English and Bruce from How Island tlio man was located in a wheat field about six miles east. Four men In a car were placed on tlio government road, three men In a car acroBS tho north trail, and Kng-linb, Bruce and Parkor advanced across country. , At an order from English the man threw up his hands, but almost Immediately lowerod them- to his hip pocket. Whatever his intentions, they were frustrated by prompt action on the part or tlio constable. Accused saw the giuno was up arid Capitulate^. Ho was taken to Lothbrldge last *'eek and remanded for eight days. Tho; activity that has marked Harriett's progress during the present year, hvto Uo rendered more pronounced by the erection of a flour mill. 2Ur. M. A. Hardle is now making the necosary arrangements, and in about three weeks' time ho oxpects to have everything in shape to make a Btart. He has succeeded In getting a site of eight acres just south of tho track opposite tho depot and near the elevators. This week he Is laying the foundation 'of a substantial house Which will be erected cIobo to the flour mill site. He has also let the contract for a water well, the success of 'Which is almost assured in view of the success already attained In the tlclultyf." A large amount of lumber arrived thlB .week, for tho Alhorta Pacific Elevator Co.' which will be used by that company In connection with the big addition which it is making to its local plant. It 1b understood that another addition capable of holding 80,000 bushels of grain will be mado as soon as possible. Altogether, tho different elevators in How Island wilt be able to store this fall 180,000 bush-�s)b. On June 30th, Jos. Anclen of Bow Island laid Information before F. W. Brown,v.T, P., against L. D, Brower of Lothbrhigo for d/Btroying his fence uronnd. the south-west quarter of 15-10-10,' by cutting down tho feuco in several : places and permitting the utopk 'stray. Accused was found suilty aqd fined $20.00 and costs or SO daya. An appoal has since boon lodged ' against this decision. B. -A;-. Nevers showed us a sample of Marquis wheat grown on his farm which measured three foet in length. The seed was- obtained from Noble-tord. The sample looked as If the frop would bo good enough for thirty bushels.' publl'.i place. His case came before S. J. Layton at 10.30 Tuesday morning. The defendant pleadod guilty and wrs assessed f 100 and costs or two months as n guest of His majesty at Letli bridge. He will take the rost euro at tho provincial gaol in Leth-brldgo for the next two months. There are many splendid gardens in Tuber this year and there should be a strong competition In the garden classes in connection with the annual hortlaultural eanlbtUen to bo held on August 2l. W. Ahlgrlm and son Floyd, while motoring back to Taber from Loth-bridge on Monday afternoon met with an acoldcnt that was a closo call. When trying to make tho turn two miles south of Chin to come north, Floyd, who was driving the car, misled the turn and crashed through tbo fence, .smashing two posts right off nnd bringing up against u telephono polo. It Is a wonder that both were not killed but fortunately nelthor of them worn hurt In tho slightest. The car was badly damaged. 3. T. Wlll-urd who wus phoned for pulled tho car Into Lethhridgo. f * Another 'carload of material arrived this week for tho now farmers elevator to ho creeled here. Splendid progress is being made on tho now tlpplo at tho Regal OolUories and It Is hoped that everything will ho In shape to start the raising of coal In two or three weeks. Good progress Is also being mado on the spur line which will connect tho niJno with tho C. T'. R. W. B. Orubb has received n letter of thanks to Hie people of Enchant for their Bplundld donation of $412.50 to tho lied Cross. The death occurred in Taber on Friday last of Rugene Washington Wlnslow, an old resident ot tho Taber district at the ripe ago of 75 years. The decodsod has been ailing for the past year* Ho was a native of Michigan U.S. A., and came to the district about 10 years ogo. He is survived by his widow and a largo family of children and grandchildren. Tho funeral took pluco on Sunday afternoon from tho Methodist church to Taber cemetery. Lieut. W. K. Anderson, formerly manager of the local .Bank of Hamilton, is reported to be in Etaples hospital, seriously wounded in the right .thigh and kneo. TAB EH , (From The Time*.) The Taber .police force have been jactlvo in the suppression of tho illegal use.of booze this week. On Sunday last Chief Faulds, raid-ad tho: hoviHO of Albert Knowles who lives near' Douglas take, and aftor marching the premises arrested Cnowlesy -charging him with having lquor unlawfully In his dwelling iouso. The case camo boforo S. j. liayton On Monday morning and the lefendagt: pleadod guilty und was as-lessed Hi minimum fine of $100 and osts. About'2.80 Tuesday morning Con-ftablo Roberts urrestod Lewis Donahue in {he rotunda of the King,'Storge ^otel on -the charge at .having Ui&uor nlawfully in his possession la  LOMOND (from Our own correspondent) Lomond, July 24.^-The crops in this district are burning up for want ]im;; in plain slclit, now and then leaiilug out of the water, like a Hat stone makes in the skip over the surface. I-lveji thus it mi.'jhl have found its target, but for tho presence of mind of the Ik) year old coxswain. He hail been first to sight the periscopes, and had rushed immediately to nn emergency lever whereby he instantly stopped the port engine, thus swinging the ship with a lurch to the left. The: torpedo wlilz/."d through the water sit; feet behind the stern of (lie destroyer, its gradually lessening speed as It sank into the swirl of the water indicating that its possibility for mischief was nearly done. Kxcopt for the coxswain's action In twisting the ship from Its course the missile would apparently have made a square hit. in tho stern tnngaiine. Meanwhile the wireless was nt work notifying th" hundreds ot pal rids lu all directions that tho enemy was near. lers who wore captured at the British front. The first. Is doted May 22, tha other June (1. The first says: "A terrible disaster occurred again yesterday at Al'erschot. It was heard burr, but they never Bald how many were killed. Here we are anxious too, as to whether we shall bo blown up, as It Is nil the work of incendiaries." Thn second letter speaks ot a disaster at Ueeiuohl, when! a munitions factory with all the workers, male and female., was blown up. On Sunday UO victims were already burled. Ono woman who lost, four sons in tho field lost three daughters In the disaster. West I'halian newspapers gave no ra� port of the accident. EXPLOSIONS IN GERMANY OF INCENDIARY ORIGIN London, July ^5.-News of recent, disastrous munitions explosions in Germany which does not appear to have been mado public Is contained in two letters found on German sold- ASK TURKS FOR HELP. Washington, July 25.-A dispatch received her from a diplomatic sotirco says that Austrln-1 iitugnry has asked the t it toman government to send troops to assist the Austro-llungarian forces against the Italians on tho Italian front. Turkey, according to tho dispatch agreed to send help but attached conditions that Austria, was tillable to accept, and the plan of Joint Austro-Ttirklsh operations has been abandoned. A deadlock has again been reached on the Austro-ItalIan front, although Italy has been able to maintain the positions she captured from Austro-llungarla in her recent offensive and to break the counter-offensive conducted by Austria. Tlio Italian activities hdvo also prevented Austria from withdrawing troops from tho Italian theatre for ust; aglnst Russia in (ho (,'alfcfiin campaign, and account in part, for the necessity of sending German reinforcements to Galtcla. DON'T MISS THE "TWO FOR ONE." �� *  RETIRE ON CZERNOWITZ.  and Dolaytn, says the official >  statement Issued today by tho  treating in'tho-^direction of }>siir�.:: ^MMlip pt -tatfetg fonuhict. loops oa eltk�r' tut ... . : .. 60c WE CARRY A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CONCENTRATEO DRINK8. SUPINA AND SON PHONE 1766 WE DELIVER TP ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.. 230 THIRTEENTH STREET, NORTH LETHBRIDOE El lalst Miuii�iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii�uiiuiiiiitiuiuniiiiii�iiiiiii�iiiiiiiiii�iiiiiiimiiimiminiiiiiin FOOT EXPERTS SERVICES FREE jiiiMUWt>iiiMttMiiMiinu'ittttMiiiiiiiii'**tiuuu.txuiiiiiuiiiiiii............iimtiifuiiisiiimiin. 11 -,-T- . - �-- ^OuuvSJ PHONE 12 52 Call Uaf VVVre at Your Service! PHONE 1 2 5 2 HERAL&40BMPMTKffiNT 1......^mams;^fmmMu Conic in early tomorrow morning and lcaru the cause of your foot troubles. Find out why your feet hurt-and how yon can over-conic the annoying, distressing or painful conditions. A foot expert will be here-a man trained under the supervision of the celebrated Dr. Win. M. Scholl, the widely known, successful foot specialist. He will give you his services absolutely free of charge and you will be under no obligation either to him or to us. He will be Here on Fri. Sat. & Mon., July 27, 28 and 30 He lias helped thousands of persons to obtain relief from their foot troubles and will gladly do as much for you. He will tell you -how you can wear your regular size shoe without the feeling that It la too abort ' or too tight; ......fe-how you can become freed from the pnln of corns, bunions, callouses and ......cram pa in tho toea and ball of the foot. .-how your ankles can be straightened and strengthened without the necessity of -wearing cumbersome braces; -how the annoyance and discomfort of perspiring feet may be overcome In your own home; -how to rid yourself of all foot troubles, including pains in tha haels, ankles and limbs; tired, aching feet; weak, fallen or broken-down archea. You may ask him any questions you wish about your feet, the kind of shoes you should wear-w heth tr high heels or low-or anything else that may influence your foot comfort. Instant Relief and Permanent Comfort This Scholl foot export does no cutting. Ho produces wonderful results by mechanical means- by using Dr. Scholl's scientific corrective appliances and preparations that give Instant relief and permanent comfort. ' / i If you have over worn arch supports or other devices to correct your foot ailments without satisfactory results, let him toll you why they fni led, or lot hlin readjust them to give you tho proper effects. If you have tried other treatments without success, be sure to see thin Scholl foot export aud tell hint iibout your c.i.?e. There is no charge connected with this sorvi cc. It is free to all. No Obligation to Buy you will asked to spend a singlo penny. Tou do not c\'en npRi to be i\ customer of'ibis store', If. you. never