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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIinmnGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, .U.'KY 29. 1016 FRECKLES Sun and Wind Bring put Ugly Spots. How to Remove Easily llore's a chance, .Miss Kreckle-fnco. to try a reim'ily Tor [recklos with "I1" guarantee of a'reliable dealer that it will not cost you a penny ii removes the freckles; while it ii doys give you a clear complexion Int.- pense'is Simply get an ounce of othiite- dou blc any ilrugsist unit a few applications should show you how easy il is to rid yourself ot Inn liomelv freckles and get a beautiful complexion. Barely is more than one ounce needed for the worst rasp. He-sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othiiie as this is the prescription sold under guarantee of if it fails to remove freck- FISHING FLEET i.ondou. July German sub- marine lias raided .1 British ttect of hcrriiic fishing boats. Eight of the were sur.k. The cre-.s were landed today at tile N'orlb sea per: of Tynemouth. over 700 pasengers the Hed Cross excursion to Snrcee camp pul- I !si! Csljliir.v this uiortilus. That i is the won! received by the Herald from Secretary Blackuurn of the local i Ketl Cross, which was iu charge of j tiie excursion. Owing to the early I hour at which the excursion train j left I.ethbridge the crowd trom this i end of the line was rather smaller than anticipated. It left here with L'lir, aboard, of whom about 100 got on at -Magratli and Haymond. However. along the Aldersyde many look i ventage of the opportunity to go to I Calgary to gel a last look at the of and to visit .the big camp. The train returns to Leth- bridge about midnight. The Only Tonic You Ever Need !S A MORNING GLASS Of BRACING. RESTORING ASSET'S EFFERVESCENT SALT When the blood is sluggish, meals don't taste yowl, ihert-'s n hemlnche to_ bother you, or you don't sleep any too taking Abbey'sKffervescrnl Salt in n tumbler of warm water first tiling every morning. Twill set to rij-hls-reguhtc bowels anil the consti- pation ami stomach trouble- purify the blood nnil builil up the whole system. Made in Hie Ablwy Effervescent Salt Co'sown laboratories in Montreal, Quo. Abbev's Vitu nerve a CorrBcts constipation, indigestion and bad stomach. WHICH is the more impor- perfume of 3. soap while you are using it or the after-feeling and appearance of the skin? Ivory Soap is unperfumed. The only odor it has 'is the sweet, natural fragrance of its extremely mild, pure, high grade ingredients. But- Ivory leaves a fascinating feeling of refresh- ment and a healthy glow of perfect cleanness which cannot be equaled. _ IVORY SOAP 5C PURE Procter 4 Gamble factories in Samillon, Camilla A. 1. Fisher, Liberal Candidate At Fernie, Delivers a Hous- ing Address Advi.M The Of The Famous Fruit Medicine. MR. CS9 Casgraiu St., Montreal, April 20lh, 1915. "Tn my opinion, no olhcr medicine in the world is so curative for Constipa' 1 wasasnirererfroni these complaints for five yours, and my -sedentary occupa- tion, Music, brought about a kiwi of Intestinal nasty Jffati- belching gas, drowsiness after eating, mid J'ain in the Back. I tried pills ami medicines of pliysicians, but mnliimjhrljnxlme. Then Iwitsintliiceil to try Fruit-a-tivt's'', and now for six months I have been entirely well. I advise any one who suffer-; from t hat i horrible Constipation with the resultVnfc indigestion, lo try and you will bo agreeably surprised at the great benefit you-will A. JiOSKVBURG. Me. a box, G for trial size, ?5c. At nil dciilprs or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tivcs Limited, Ottawa. Fisher, Liberal candidate for the legislature Yom the Fernie riding, went to Michel last night where he met n arge and enthusiastk' gathering of Michel people who assembled to hear he political issues of the campaign limisseti by the Liberal standard >earer. Hen and hrouphont the meeting manifested interest in what the speaker aid. Ii was evident that tho spirit if the meeting was entirely with Mr. IshtT. who gave ilium a clear and listinct view of. the principles at stake, and was heartily applauded ii frequent intervals. -Mr. Fisher ex- insed the hypoeracy of the plea set jefore the people by .Mr. Bowser and he assistants regarding the alleged attempt of -Mr. Brewster to upset tlu; vVorkmen's compensation act. the soldiers aid act and other acts passed the yovernmont at the late ses- sion. Mr. Fisher showed his audience hat -Mr. Brewster was not attempt- ing to upset any legislation. Rather .ie was endeavoring by his writ to set at rest any doubts as to the val- ot" these acts so as to .avoid trouble. Brewster had said that he was in favor of having these acts put beyond any quibble, and that he was iu favor of them. There is no.doubt about the legal- ity of all legislation passed since the 14th of last March being attacked in the courts. In fact our of the last acts of the legislature hud already been attacked in the police courts; the half holiday act lias been attack- ed upon the ground of the illegality of the legislature acting after March 14th. and the lawyer in the case had proven the fact that the election writ had been made returnable on the 14th of March, thus making a record to that effect. Insurance companies and other parties are taking advan tage of this tact and there looms up a prospect of endless litigation growing out of this situation unless action is taken upon the writ issued by Mr Brewster, aimed at settling the tro blesome question at once. Mr. Fisher, in discussing the illegal ity of the action of. the Attorney Gen era! in paying over to the P. G. E Iarge.jjums of money contrary to the very act which authorized the guar mi men anteeing of the bonds upon which the i at which John Marsii acien ;is CL..... money was raised, asked his hearers! man. Over 30 members joined aud what assurance they had that the farm loans or the workmen's com- pensation money would be handled in a legal, manner. a government would disregard the.-.terms of its own act in the one instance, is it reason- able to suppose such a government would abide by the terms ot" acts which were practically forced upon them by a minority of four members or' the legislature. The Bowser gov- rnmeut and its McBride ancestor iad had years in which to pass such icts but it had not done so until pub- ic sGutiinent vigorously voiced Mr. Brewster and the other three .op- lositlon .members of the late legis- ature compelled them .to act. Mr. Robson who also spoke, dealt argely with.the position taken by Mr. ,u..........- Uphill when he accepted a noroina- ridiculous. Me things it only British ion from a Conservative convention. fajr that a miner should get Looked at from a workingman's j Jiajtj a fan- wage for- every ton of coal standpoint, how could Mr. Uphill j ]ie and says that the time is ustif'y himself as a working man's "'llrt (From our own correspondent) Taber, July Regal Collier- ies here, just opened up, have installed the modern improvement of electric blasting in the mine. The advantages of this method are many, several shots can be fired at one time, and-the danger is greatly lessened. Ottawa, July Weekly Kyc- Witness report to Iho military de- partment relates a number of minor, iuciilunls. there hatfng lieen Jio heavy fighting on the Canadian front. The visit of the 'Canadian parliamentary party is also noted. It ready; "lii general, during the last week, hostile artillery lire was unusually light, but, on two occasions section" of tiie Canadian front were subjected to an intense bombardment by the j enemy gims.nnd trench inortai'H. Our; batteries responded vigorously. i "After OHO of these duels, several small parties of the German infantry attempted tu approach thu trenches held by battalions from Montreal and j j "At all points those were met with mai'hine-gmi lire ami rifle fire and driven off. j " Mm loft a determined j effort was made by tin- enemy to r.iid j the lines of a battalion which also., had been heavily shelled. I "The attempt failed and the raid-j ing partv were successfully repulsed, j On more than one occasion enemy j working parties discovered by; our patrols ami dispersed by artillery; and machine gun tire. At a few points our positions were advanced without opposition from the enemy. j "In one instance a German forward j trench was reported unoccupied. A j _ uartv immctllRtcly took possession and i consolidated the post. by L.eulenant "The activities of our patrols ami ltlllc- wero well- maintained. Knrly the enemy blew up all one monilnc a partv of an Ontario the line in front of the trenches oo Captain Shepnard and the mounted rlllcba Ulion UQ Rrowulcc. Accompanied by TUo crater forme.! was eIglit feet sinner Harper blew up a German wide, but no damage was done. Tie erod listeuin- post with a charjiB i Canadian corps was visited by a party j of Lim co ton Patrols from several1 of Canadian parliamentarians con- Lta ons .Tout up to the enemy aisltiig of Sir George Foster, Senators I "Lieutenant Kentledge, of a Al" real battalion, with a small patrol, crawled into the German entangle- ineuts. A large section of the wire was cut by hand and a rope was attached I to the severed portions. Forty men j in the lines hauled on Hie rope and dragged the entanglement lo the Canadian side of "No Man's hand. another night a patrol o[ a .Winnipeg battalion under Lieutenant jlJnnn followed an old communication THE 7 mi i..... -w surpassing Aooclness of our Coffees is not surprising if you consider the story of our fifty years ay a busing house Fifty years of conrtant- study .to to the coffee, drinkers of Kortlt America the to be found in the plantations' of the world. Chare j-genborni Coffee? Turnbull and nger is greatly lessenea. i unnn MtAty Ulete a I tielhiotn train I of. 1 a. IK L! r of 8 to It or i REV, F. GRAHAM OKCfiARUrM-A., O coming, Cor the miner is the man who (liss tbe product and makes it val- able. Still Idle at Fernie (Special to the Fernie. July efforts to rec- oncile the differences between the Coke Oven workers and the manage- ment, here have, so far. proved un- availing and the" .ovens are still; idle. However, hope has not been abandoned and negotiations are still carried on with the men. The dif- ference in this case arises out of a dispute as to the method of arriving at" the tonnage handled by the coke drawers. Manager Wilson has sub- mitted a method by which a check weighman could be installed V, the ovens to weigh each lorry of coal as it gees to the oven for a week and if such arrangement should prove satis- factory, such a system should be made permanent, tbe company to pay half the expenses and the workers the other half. So far, this has not met the approval of the men. A full complement of men went to work today at the mines and this will continue pending a settlement at Calgary between the operators and the miners' executive which in turn Lo be submitted to the men as was operators proposition some weeks ago. Moh. Lome A. Campbell, mini- ster of mines, went to Coleman last I night and will return by way of Cal- gary, to Victoria. The visit of Hon. Mr; Campbelll bad no official hearing upon the labor situation bore. Fair wage officers, McNiven and Harrison are leaving this evening for Calgary to -be present at tbe confer- ence arranged for tomorrow between the district executive and the opera- tor's association, provided tbe Leth- bridge miners return'to work in the meantime. Packet of WILSON'S Your Daughter's Matter of Prime Importance ALBERTA LADIES' COLLEGE OF REDR DEER (Temporarily Located in Assiniboia Hatl, University Building, Edmonton A Distinctly High-Class Residential and Day School for fiirls and Young Womeno5ly. Offering exceptional ACADEMIC COURSES, cover Public and High School Work up to and including University Matriculation SPECIAL COURSES-MuBic, Finer Art, Household Science and-.full Commercial Course including Stenography and Typewriting A Christian School, Non-Sectarian in all its Methods, Work and Spirit laid on Discipline, which is, firm, kindly and constant QUALIFIED Fees Moderate. Fall term opens TUESDAY, SEPT. 12TH. 1916 Send for Calendar and full information to REV. N. D. KEITH, M.A., President Assiniboia Hall, Edmonton South, Alberta. RELIGIOUS NON-SECTAHIAN BRAEMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Unexcelled in Canada for location, s'aff and cultjial stand Mm Marga-et Ross Principal For calendar and particulars of cither Khool, address the Head or D. McRAE WESTERN RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS VANCOUVER, B. C., CANADA LANGARA SCHOOL FOR BOYS Fine buildings, strong staff Includ- ing 'resident physical director. Rev.'J. A. 'B.A., B.D., "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE At Starlaml Wednesday and Thursday next WIU'KIIL WORTH ,OF ANY STICKY KY CATCHFB Have you smoked lars teial? "Noblenma" (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in Hie City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON H6TEI; COAtDAt.B WINDSOR HOTEL, ADOISON A HIGGINS, OAUT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, LETHBRIDGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, RING WO. B. C. 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