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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNK 101 ft THK LETHBRIDfiK DAILY HERAI.ft PAGE FWf THOUSANDS OF SICK WOMEN Helped Every Year by Common Seme Given Free by The Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. News of the District For forty years women sufTcringfrom til lands of female ilia have been writ- ing the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. of Lynn, Mass., for advice. Thus they receive common sense aug- iis drawn from n vast volume of experience, and thousands of sick wo- men have been saved from untold suffer- j iProm the Grassy Gazette.) With the ample supply of moisture and the fine, weather of. the pant week, the crops "in Hits' district, give the I'arnierH vision's of (10 bushels to the acre and a iKonl thrown In, Rev. Nightingale, our former tor, paid us .ri pas- visit last week and filled the pulpit for Rov. A. Stalio Sunday afternoon at Neighbor View. '.Misses Anderson antj EU'oni (ire in How iKlaud'wrlting on thuir. final ex- aminations.. Mrs. Marine1 lias .returned from Idl- g, us lottors like the following clearly monton 'feeling very well after I a critical operation Wo iiro pleased show E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made me a well woman. Your Sanative Wash is just the thing to overcome fcmalo weakness. I have told young mothers as well as older ones about your reme- dies, and what they have done for me. I think Lydia E. Pinliham'a Vegeta- ble Compound saved my life, as my health was very bad when I wj-ote you, but now I can do my j own work and have not had a sick day j since 1 began taking your remedies. I keep the Compound and Liver Pills on hand all the GEO. THOMP- SON, 24 Sherwood Court, Newark, Why don't you write for free advice? Address Lydia E.. Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynn, Masa. to see her'1 with us again. Wo the roads south of Bunlett at ont'o if help can he ob- tained. S. T. Elford is .to oversee Uiu job. GRASSY LAKE, (From tlie Gazette.) The BurdeH team motored up .to Grhssy Lake Wednesday nrtornoon and gave the Grasey Luke team a good trimming. We blush to mention the score. AS usual the game was a twi- light affair. Win. Dean, a resident of Grassy Lake, in 1912-1UL3, Is reported miss- ing: Robt. McLuclilun took a joy ride with ,Ias. Tuntlmll Tuesday, night. The buggy stumbled in a gopher holo spilling Mr. .Mc.Luchkui out and run over him breaking two ribs and crack- ing two otliern. Dr. .Miinro is still quite 111. He may go lo Calgary for medical assistance but sit present It is not definiitely known whether lie will make the trip or not. A picnic of the Presbyterian Sun- Tuesduy evening there was a sur-1 daj. KCitooj wjn at the church rimy at F. IClford's in liimor oi i Thursday afternoon as a farewell to Rev. A. Stalie, IK leaving wlio is leaving soon WeatfieM for his new field at Walsh. The settlement join together lu wish- ing him every success In his new liome. lleove Walker and Deputy ileeve Manna were, appointed delegates to HIR Weed convention-at Claresholni, June 27, 2S ami 29, liy Forty Mile municipality, (From the Qrasay Lake Gazette.) Henry purchased a new Mux- the -Ith of A big lime ii last CLAIM TRAITOR KILLED .GALLIENI. Burdelt will celebrate July as old- settlers' day. is expected: G. 1-1. Johnson is building a three bin coal shed east of the depot with eight cariapacky. doing the work. Mr. Cropiey is It is regret that we announce New York, June 2S.-The death or 1'6 deaf" of Infant twin rt ,i- i sons of Mr. and Mrs. M. Brophy, death General Joseph G. Galhoiu. lormer OI1 the minister of war France, was due to! Rev. Peck preached MB farewell sermon in the Methodist church last Sunday evening. He is drafted for Lacombe district and will be succeed- ed here by the Rev. Bird. Messrs. Albert and Holla Hill with their families'niotored" from Rudyard, attache of the French war office, hens Mont., to spend Sunday at the home of secoiul limp, on a government! ,A. R. Hill.- They left mission, would neither aftinn nor deny eariy Monday morning on their return was shot and fatal-! Manager A. Hardle, of the Can- a murderous attack by a French army officer of'high rank under charges of treason, and not to natural causes, ac- cording tp stories told here today by passengers arriving on the French lin- j-.Hfayet.ie. Gustave lleslouin. to make her home in Lethbridge. J. Patcliett lias taken over the Arygle Sheep ranch. .Mr. and Patchett and daughter were in town Monday and were very favorably im- pressed with conditions. (From Advocate.) Mr. Peter Gilleanfe returned from Calgary on Monday morning. H years of age, came to this district from Athena, Oregon ton and a half years ago. After a year and a half in this country Mrs. Rod In passed and Mr. Kodin was left with the care of three children, whom lie sunt I to the Catholic Mission, Athena, lo be educated. The ugos of his children arc 9, 12'and 14 years.' Air. Kodin had made a number of 1'riends throughout the district and IUB un- timely end came as a shock to them. The .members of the Hold Hill Wo- mtm's Institute are working hard for the Red Cross caiiHe. and thoir latest effort was the raising of for the funds. This they accomplished at their picnic held at the Marshall school house on Juno 3rd. The money has been sent to ad quarters at Calgary, and acknowledged by the secretary-treasurer. Miss Pinkhaiu. states that Mrs. Gillesple, who has undergonf: an operation, is making progress recovery. From II to forty members of UK; I. O. O. F. lodge Vulcan paid a fraternal visit to the court on Wednesday, and Little Bow 1. O. O. F. lodge, Carman- to the .charge preferred BLAIRMORE. (From the Knteriiri.se.1 Wo regret to learn of tiic stidden death of Clayton Hamil, which occur- red over a week ago at Ottawa, fol- lowing a critical operation on one of his ears. Mr. Hamil had for the past couple of years been closely associat- ed with Dr. Rose, government geolo- gist, and spent last year in this neigh- borhood. Dr. Rose arrived here on Monday, and expected to be joined by Mr, Hamil in the course of u day or two, but received word from Ottawa e. A local Italian, for refusing to give the required information to the census enumerator, was brought before the the talc. General-Gallleni ly wounded, while closeted with the! ada Western Natural Gas, Heat, and officer in his Paris office, the arrivals j Power company, unloaded six cars of pipe, cable, boilers, engines and other drilling apparatus last week. He is almost ready to start the .drilling. -The barn and granary four miles from France said. The .general, after an illness of three weeks, died May 27, General Gallieni's assilant was ar- rested, the Lafayette's passengers said am) his fate if? unknown. .Tie had been I south of town which, burned Tuesday summoned- before his ch'ief. it is re-1 night, the 13th, was the property oC ported, to ..answer the charge of hav- Hugh McGa'lliani; he" having bought Ing negotiated with the Germans for the quarter-, section from Clarence the surrender of fortress at Verdun. I Bnmsdale. .It was insured. on Monday evening, the visitors going in motors. A number of the members of the CMiatnpion and Barons district were also present. We regret to report the death on Thursday last, June 15th, of Charles Uodin, who was found lying dead just outside the door of his houso1 by Mr. liarry Adams. The finding was accidental, as Mr. Adams was going to do some breaking on land just over the way from Mr. Rodin's house and while he was waiting for his man to arrive lie stepped across the road to have a word with Mr. Rodin, and it was then be made ihfe discovery.. Mr. Rodin was lying just outside the door on the east side of the house and it is presumed that he bail risen from his against him, was taxed Slu and costs. The Italian admitted that he did not ijuite understand the meaning of the enumerator's mission, thinking the in- formation was for military purposes. Wednesday's casualty list ineluucii the. name of John Dooley, reported as wounded. Dooley is from Coal Creek, B. C. and is well known throughojt the mining district. Capt. J. A. McDonald, who has been recruiting on the Indian reservations around Brocket, has secured the Qn- listmeut of about liO Indians for tlie ranks of tlie lfl2ml battalion. We are in receipt of a postil from Daiiuy Lewis, dated Bramshott Camp, England, May 30th, in which he ports himself as being well aii't happy. bed that mnrn.W and was preparing lle tJ.at Kelly, alap a his breakfast as there was a knife more wlm ls with "ltn and sohio meat lying beside him when he was found. The funeral arrange- ments were taken in hand by Mr. Adams and the interment took place at the Highland cemetery OH Friday afternoon, many of Mr. Rodin's neigh- bors being present. The service was conducted by the Rev. Fr. Smith, of High River. Charles Kodin, who was O enays, is so crippled up rliniuria-j tism that he will hardly iii ;tble to go to the front. D. A. Sinclair has ser.ured con- tract to erect a cp'.'.'-.yc! :i'- link-rust for C. Fuchcs. Avoid waste of Fuel Straight Walls Rrepot oTSunshine" Slanting Walls Rrapot gathers ashes fand decreases t- j f radiating surface. Unless you that a cheaper furnace will heat your home without waste of fuel, there is small satisfaction in saving a few dollars on its pur- chase. The Sunshine Furnace saves coal because it is well made and because every part has been care- fully thought out. LOOK IT OVER. Anyone can see that the greatest heating factor in afurnace is the fire-pot; that a pot with straight walls like the Sunshine fire-pot will give off more heat than one that must often have an outer lining of ashes. Doors and dampers' that are tightly fitted will certain- ly, hold the .fire longer than those that are loosely fitted. The wider air passages and larger radiating surfaces of the Sunshine must heat the air much more readily. These Sunshine Furnace features are coal-savers that mean much in mid-winter. If you are looking for economical heating, you must clear'v tnat it will take a good modern, well-made furnace to supply it. "You will naturally think well nf OI Sbving coal interests you, the coupon to-day for a co of course. Then you will wont a wipy of our booklet. Send >y. If you Want information about the cost of heating your home, we w'" 'ct navo'' Promptly and without charge. If sou will write ic will dhow you to plan your heat distribution mill with the least expenditure. Write him, givln( to our Heating Engineer, DO as to get the utmost wa the size and number of n and he vj will give yoalhe heat you wnnt whete you want it. Fill fa and send the coupon direct to the factory. Bins in your floor plan of. the upstairs 11 give you the probable of putting in a Toronto Montreal Winnipeg VancouyW ADDRESS... St.'John, N.B, Saskatoon Edmonton 904 in, N.B, Hamilton Kindly send me with- out cspcuse on my part 1. Yuiir booklet on the Sunshine Furnace. 2. Also forms for filling out, so that ypnr healing efJjcinecrs cnn tell me how to order ond install a system that will properly heat my home. Soljfl by Geo. R. Dixon Go. FRANK (Prom the Blairmnr-; .Word has just, i -rei'sjivnd by 15. Dunlop. tlial. 'nnr sn i John was killed in- action lictv.'een '.Tune 2ntl and 5th. .lust last week we reported tlie loss of Mrs. second eldest son which came as a shock to the people of Frank and The Pass, Now tlie news that a sec- ond of tlie three sons lias been sacri- ficed mnltcs the home of Mrs. Dunlop, Frank, the most sad in The Pass. A gang men were busy the past week endeavoring to thaw oat the wa- ter main. It is hoped to have the whole service in working order by this week's end. A tow friends of Lieut. R. E. Don- kin assembler! at his house on Wed- nesday evening and presented him with silver mounted cane, suitably inscribed, thus showing their appreci- j ation his friendship during his stay here. AVe wish him good luck, I .Letters were received from Corpl. j T. Marsh and Pte. Fred Parker on j Monday, reporting all well, but the j same day as the letters were received we noticed the name'of the latter in the list of missing together with those oE T. Longworth and Harvey Wallace. We hope to hear of their safe recovery.[ before long. T. Marsh' has but recent- j ly been promoted to the rank of cor: I poral. "I The marriage oi Miss Sarah Mc- Gav, proprietress of the Calabash Club, to John McLean was solemnized at Calgary on Tuesday, The newly couple returned to Frank on Mpnday .morning, and on that night tejidered a wedding supper and dance aCthe.home of Mn and Mrs. Dawson, where over thirty couples made merry until earl morning. Sometime ago a false rumor was circulated to the effect that Lauchy McMillan had died of wounds receiv-' ed in action. Miss Annis Stew- art, of Westville, N. is in receipt of a letter from her brother Jack, in which he states that Lauchy is back on dutv- again. Lauchy enlisted from Frank, and we are pleased to know that nothing very serious has happen- ed-him. olumbia olv Records WM, Vr Jk-ML New. Operatic Stars first exclusive Columbia Records by Florence Macbeth, the i marvelous young American coloratura soprano, and Eddy Brown, i the phenomenal new American violinist, are undoubtedly the J sensations of the'Columbia list for July. There are also first recordings by Rothier, the great basso of the Metropolitan Opera; Helen Stanley, the Chicago Opera prima-cionna soprano, and Orville Harrold, the operatic tenor, in exquisite duets Lydia Locke, which make an event of this announcement of the New Records for July There's a sparkling list of new popular hits; Al Jolson's singing of his Winter Garden success, "Down Where the Swanee River and song-successes like "The Kid Is Clever" and "Come On to Nashville, included among Popular Hits of the Day (ARE YOU HALF'THE MAN YOUR MOTHER THOUGHT YOU'D BE? Camphell ajid Uurr. tenor duet. THE BIJJES FOR HOME HOME. Oscar Shire, baritone. ll CAN DANCE WITH EVERYBODY A 2004 BUT MY WIFE. w. tenor, lo incu-{ S5c. WAY DOWN IN BORNEO O O.. I Collins, boHtoae, and Hailnn, tenor. fl ,mi fBABY SHOES. Burr, tenor. a nnm [MY DREAMY CHINA LADY. Grace jinah, soprano, and Henry Burr, tenor. 10 incM i LOVE ONE THING 10 'cdli 85C. I KNOW. Henry Burr, tenor. SSC- (.SHADES OF NIGHT. Sterling Trio. New Instrumental Triumphs In the orchestral field, there are master-recordings lite the four parts of Grieg'3 "Peer Gynt Suite'' recorded complete on Tlotible-llisc Records A58o6 and four favorite selections by Prince's Orchestra; four patriotic ar.d popular'siis rendered by Prince's Band and ten brilliant records of dance-nausic, including two by society's favorite Bine and White Marimba Band. Then there are two side-splitting laugh-duets (one well named Yon'll Never by Al H. Weston and Irene Young; two 6ne old ballads by Jndjon House; instru- mental trios, patriotic songs, Hawaiian music and great recorded with the excell- ence that marks Columbia Double-Disc Records. By all means see your dealer has in atore yon won't want to miss! Cohimbia Record list free at any Columbia Dealer's or mailed on request by Columbia Graphophone Company Canadian Factory and Headquarters: Toronto COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS and DOUBLE-DISC' CORDS THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED The Drug-Book Store, Next to DaUas Hotel, Phone 1487. view .church and others assembled at the home of Mrs. 'B. J. Scott to meet Mr. and Mrs. Lytle prior to their leav- Alrs. J. H. Gorton received a letter from her husband. Lieut. J. .H. Gorton who has been at the front for.over a ing the district for Inniafail. During l year, telling her that been the course of the evening a surprise j-charged as medically unfit and will be was sprung oil the invited guests when a very beautiful tiuilt inscribed with 320 names of. codlributors and helpers in its completion all splendid- ly worked in embroidery was present-1 been promoted from a sergeant to the ed tn Mrs. Lytle. -Mr.'Lytle was pre-........ sented with a well filled purse sub- scribed by the members and friends as a token of esteem in which tlie genial couple were held by all who caine In here in a couple of Gorton one of the first of the boys to enlist from here and went the 3lst battalion. Since thon hti has rank of lieutenant. Liggett's are recom- mended for their purity as well as for contact with-them and the approcia- tlavor- Sold and recommended tion of tlieir friends of their untiring by all Rexall Drug Stores J. D ll.g.n Information has beeii received in Taber to the effect that Pte. Robert G. Love, of the 3rd C. M. R., who, was from his was well PINCHER CREEK. (From the Echo.) The Epworth league meeting on Monday night took the form of a fare- well in honor of Rev. and- Mrs. Lytle and Miss M. Killain, who left for In- nisfail this wee'k. A good crowd was in attendance to say good-bye. Mayor AJHson presided ias chairman for the and filled his position in a very-ablo manner. After the render- ing short program consisting of a solo! by Miss Oxley, solo by John Peter, and a recitation by Miss R. Husband, which were much enjoyed, the'unveiling of a Holl'of Honor tor tlie niembors antl adherents of the church who have enlisted took place. This. over .Mr. and Mrs. Lytle were called to the front and presented with two handsome rocking chairs. Mrs'. reading the presentation speech. Miss Oxley then on behalf of the congregation, presented Miss M. KnianyTwith a fountain jien antl a mus Ic .portfolio. In her presentation speech siie seated how loyal Miss Kll: law had been as organfsU and how much she would be Thursday evening last members of tlie" congregation of'the Sunimer- vigilance-in the great .cause. Ibotham Co., Ltd. wdunded in action, died wounds on May He known, in Taber and enlisted I there. Don't Argue! doing' the bulk of Hie. Second Hand business in the city. There is a REASON, wiierc your will bring the most and yon will RO to CITY 2ND HAND STORE The house nith a reputation. 4wf> 5th Street South, Phone 1428. v 4 L ;