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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta RAGE SIX THR UmiBKlDnK HAIFA' HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1MB Are proper t0 celebrate Dominion Day. We have them for all ages in Women's, Misses and Also Men's white or gray canvas. Rubber soled-shoes -for everybody, cool and comfortable. J. NELSON C BLO-C4C. Itici Fov It has 'been decided by the loi'n executive of the Alberta Musical Fes ;ival to ask the central executive at Edmonton to assist in making tho more provincial in scope bj mdeavoring to interest Calgiiry estiral. and to bold tlie festival niter- lately in tho different centres of the u-ovince. Until this year tho fe-uivnl laii not been held outside of Edinon- on. Calgary has hitherto lent upport to tho festival and displayed little interest, in it this yenr. It is impossible to mnko the festival a sue cess as a widely provincial, affair if [only Lethbridge and hMnionton par- 'cipnte. as the two places are too far anari. It is liupod to onlist the support of Calgary nnd to hold the festival alternately in different cen- tres. It is huped iilso that Medicine Hat may come in. The Lethbridge executive will ask also that the central executive be so re-constructed as to include an equal number of members from each city. jLethbriiige is willing to support fee- jtivals in both Calgary and Edmonton [provided they can receive assurance i that the festival will return here in due course. This city has the dis- tinction of making a success ot! their i first festival, which was not the case in Edmoiiion, where there was a de- {ficit the first j'ear. There is a surplus in the treasury here, I I The local executive held an informal i i banquet at the 'H'uilson's Bay tea rooms Monday evening, to wind up the affairs ot" the festival and to dis- icuss the future. Messrs. Hughes. Lay- ton, Brymner and Salmon were ap- pointed a committee to draft a letter to the Edmonton executive containing the above .views. Mayor Hardie presided at the ban-. Qiiet Monday night, and a very sump-- timus supper was served by the Hud- son's Bay Co. Others Claude Hughes, chairman local execu- tive; Mr. and Mrs. Gen. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Brymner, Mr. and Mrs, Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Kilner. Mr. hail Mrs. N. w, i Allin. Mr. and Mrs: W. A. R. Cocq.'. jiirs. W. J. and Mrs; Ernest F. Layton, Mrs. Jackson and JC. G. Groff. DAYS THURSDAY and FRIDAY And Our BIG SALE Will Be Over Two days of opportunity to secure clothing, shoes and groceries at big savings. Your dollar will do more here MEN'S RAIX COATS Ketrular -S'7.50. special 95 MEN'S WHITE DUCK PANTS special JJ5C CHILIUJEX'S STRAW HATS Eegular 75c, special UMBRELLAS Kcgnlar special..... Men's Suits Keg-alar 127.50, ami 122.50. Tweeds, Serges and Worsteds. i.OO, Come and see these values, (hey cannot beaten anywhere Groceries! Groceries! Groceries! SPECIALS! What the Press Agents Say VAUDEVILLE AT O'HPKKUM The last laudeville bill which'will he shown on this circuit at sthe Or- pheum this gaasoii, is now here.anfd more nights. The bill fo one of tlie strongest .ever shewn Eere The feature act ii 'West, Wills and Wolt This is. a novelty giu_nt that will surprise, everyone. LqRoy andTJartt have an attiBMc vocal offeK ing 'with Nannie Fmeberg and Co.'-ljave a sketch, very entitled "The- Shop LUter." with three popple. The Olmateads have aji eihibitlon ol strengthr testi and artistfc posee. CANADIAN-KIL1ES A PROMINENT 'SPEAKS. Huy NUTIH la Elw whtre Say A'i Same. Chatham, a. Dime have had oorasibn to use Dr. Pierce't Favorite Prescrip- tion quite a lot. ,alffays recomraend it to niy patient! and it has e 'wonderful fcdp tc :maay J TT knew of ----e where it failed. now and shfi ii doisjgSncstficetak- iny it. I have talen it myself and got the rerry bjst re- sults. I consider it the best medicine there is tc-da> for women who are ailing EDITH Moosr, 30 Degge St.: Chatham, Out. THAT WEAK BACK Accompanied by pain hwc aim Bat-We scenes; cavalry charges, hand- Ao'-hand fight? between native Sepoys and British combat- ants in wholesale ar- son; the siege oE .a fort with mortars and the sweeping of massed ranks of infantry with shrapnel and Seld ar- tilleryv together with sensational har em scenes end Oriental (lancing as native Indian play pirVhi the massive four-act photo- drama, "The Campbells Are "Universal Broadway fea- ture released on October IS. "The Campbells Are Coming" Is a four-reel -photodrama featuring Fran- cis ;Fqrd and Grace Cunard, the stars' of "The Broken Universal ser- The play is a military drama of Sepoy rebellion in India in 1857, md" contains battle scenes which are aid to have no parallej in moving pic- ture productien, The harem scenes were posed a: Universal City, California, under the personal direction of the Princess Hassan, of Egypt an American girl from Oakland, Cal.. who spent several years in a Cairo harem as the wife of nephew of the present Khedive of'Egyut, and who starred in life Uni- six episode the Crescent." In the first three reels of "The Campbells Are Coming." Francis Ford, the director, has included a battle scene between 7000 picturesquely clad British grenadiers and Sepoy natives in costume. -Several regiments of Ca- nadian soldiers, who have since gone to the Inlanders front, were led into action by the Scottish Highlanders' band of Vancouver, B. C. merit when she is in the leading role. In addition to the feature a War Ga- zette will be shown and Miss Simm and Mr. Fleming will sing the duet, 'Ah, I Have Sighed to Rest from II Trovatore. At the Empress Drugged Waters, a sensational Red Feather feature, will be the "oig pro- duction at the Empress for. Wednes- day-and Thursday.- It is the'story of the man who dopes a mountain stream with lithia and sulphur to at- tract patients 10 his hotei. How his deception ia uncovered makes an in- teresting story told by pictures. m i 8! FLOODS Fernie, June 27.-rrProvmciaI Gov- eminent Engineer Kilpatrick of Rev-. j elstoke. arrived in Fernie last night I and has been busy all day with Road {Superintendent McNtsh a'nd City Enf gineer Ramsey, going over the ground' I lately damaged by the floods. Farey1- Creek hridere, and ihetinnex and West Fernie have been visited and Mr. Kil- j patrick will meet delegations tomor- row 10 discuss with them the want; i of toe several parties and the manne! in which they can be met. j The river rose about six inches this morning in response to the heavj 1 rains.and the warm sun, but it is no anticipated Ihat it will continue to rise to any considerable extent. The election Is being held today ol a secretary- for Gladstone Un lion, to take the place of Mayor Up j hill, who resigned that position In order to devote his time to the politi cal which will soon neec his undivided Six candidates are in the running :Thos. Fitzgerald Win. Hpbson, Hy. Martin, AI. Hilton A. Hancock, T. France and Joseph Thompson. In case no one receives u. majority of all the votes .cast, the'twc j highest in the running will stand for a final vote for the place, indications are that about four "hundred votes will ho cast and that a second ballot will-'be necessary. Read our prices carefully, compare them with others and see for your-' N self. FLOUR. Ogilvie's Canada's Best 100 Ih. so S1.65 KOLLED OATS, 20 sack 7flc ROLLED OATS, 8 Ib. sack 3flc Brown Poisons' Ground RICE, 2 pkgf. for............ 25c Swift's or Sweet Clover Sib. pail 60t 5 pail................ 90c 10 Ib. pail These prices are 10% below wholesale. We made a good buy, we give you the benefit. TETLEY'S TEA, just in f-n at per Ih. 40c, 50c OUC BULK TEA. extra nn special. S jb8. tor A Lull COFFEE, C. S. 1 !b. tin OO OOC COFFEE, C. ft. S. 2 Ib. tins SOCKEYE SALMON, per tin............ 75c 25c B. C. RED SALMON, nn' 2 tins.............. 03C SARDIN-ES, Olaf Brand -IP' per tiu IDC SARDINES, Domestic p per tin DC he loaf spells, chills or am signals of distress for woman. She may be growing from girlhood into womanhood from womanhood to mother- Buffering during middle ule, which leaves .so many wrecks of women At any or all of these periods of a woman's life she should take a tonio and nervine prescribed Tor just such cades by a physician of vast experience in ths diieuenfrom which women suffer. >Dr, fiwcc's Favorite Prescription hai TOCMrfuBy treated more cases in the part JO Joan than any other known remedy It can be had m EUgar coated (ablet form as sell as in the liquid fcpld by mcdicue dwlere ordinal bor by mail oa recfipt of 'm crate m" stamps Dr. ''aw, Buffalo, N Y Br 'Pitrft'e Ittaaant PelleU clow the The irresistible little -favorite, Mar- guerite Clark, will he ssen at Starland tonight in her latest and greatest suc- cess, "Out ot the Drifts." In this splendid' jlre-reel drama Miss Clark takes an entirely as Elise. a shepherd-girl of the St. Bernard pass in the Alps, whoso innocence and beauty. arouse, in a dissolnto visitor, the lowest impulses of his nature. But ihe very 'ingenuousness which leads her Into this trap proves her salva- tion, for it in tufn awakens a sense of shame and repentance in the man who ae a reauit thoroughly changes his mode of life' makes himself wor- thy of her love Miss Clark is ntioported bv a strong jmsin and, of Stariano" are aimed of a program of raro Vice-president George Bury of the! '2. P. R. with a number of other7 of- ficials came south from Calgary this morning passing through Macleod' on litir way to the coast "via the Crow's Nest. It is understood they will go out via the newly opeced Kettle Valley line. Supt. C. A. Cottefell joined the party at High through to Crow's' Nest. Mr. Biiry .IE gathering information regarding the crop on which to base his 1016 esti- mate. Oil which i r.ea June advices ch- Canada intimate that the' proclamation of home rule for all Ire-; land outside the six Ulster counties [will be accompanied by the announce- jment that the Duke of Connaught.. Does Your Food Cost You could easily j 11 r i repniHeiimuve ui royai autnoniy n spend two dollars tor a meal [the self-governing portion of .Ireland. and not. get as: much real, j_________ body-building nutriment as you get in two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, the food that contains all the muscle- making material in the whole' wheat grain prepared in a digestible form. T.wo Shredded Wheat Biscuits with cream will make a complete, perfect meal at a cost of not over five cents. A food for young- sters and grown-ups. Eat it for breakfast with rnilk or cream; eat it for luncheon with fresh berries or other fruits, a perfect meal for 'the Spying days Made iii Canada. Alfalfa cuttine the Leth- bridge and Coaldale districts on. Sat- urday, several fields having a few acrES down over Sunday1. This wao caught tei Monday's rain. The firat- cuttlng will be In full swing by the end of this week, and promises a heavy yield. J. C. Hendry, formerly of ;Athabaica Landing, has opened'a law.-offlce at Coleman. f W A Oeebo Liaul' Colonel on as chairman of the tilalrmora 'school board. TOMATOES, Hygiene Brand, 3's, tins PEAS, BEANS CORN, per tin DAIRY BUTTER, fresh in twice. per ,lh. I ISc !2c 30c PICKLES, Red Cross Brand, IS oz. bottles in Sweet, Chow and Sour Mixed per lot GALLON GLASS JARS, A- each Jp B. C. SUGAR, 20 Ib.-aack hare secured the crop of one of the best growers in the X'rcstoii district, first shipment will reach us Friday morning'. PHONE 1724; WESTEi 6063rd Ave. S. MERCANTILE CO. Where.your dollar does its duty. CHILE READY TO ACT Santiago, Chile, June gov- ernment, it Is understood, has ac- knowledgtd with satisfaction, the op- timism shown by the Brazilian chan- cellory in the maiior of the Cfi'Uro- verny between the United Staler, and Mexico. The prevailing opinion is ihat 3liile is ready to offer her good offices in'ortler to avert the danger e Voasan wko ply orders'cofFee deserves----- In 1 and pound cans. Ground for Perco- lators, SGI.1S8U ISM Pincliei': Creek. June partic- ularly sad death'occurred.'at the Me- morial hospital yesterday afternoon when Sergt. J. Wilson of the 3.92nd battalion passed away. Scrgt. Wilson was one, of the 62 young men who attended the military school at Biairmore and 'One of the four successful Pincher Creek But after one sjlort weelr of duty the unfortunate young man 'became ill, r.nd after two and; a halt weeks' Ill- ness answered yet another .call. Sergt. Wilson's h'ome Is at Niagara Falls. N. Y., his mother. Mrs. F. J. V.'ilaon, r.ntl sister Bessie, re- side, and also one married sister, Mrs. I. who arrived here on Sat- urday Inst and remained with her bro- ther until the end. Airs. Franklin, his sister, of Edmonton, also visited him lere. Besides these of his family he eaves Percy and Alfred of New York. The deceased soldier, who ;was juet n his 27th year.'had travelled for several years, but of Jato he resided with his uncle, 15. L. Dimadale, of Flohburn. Lieut, liar BUCK WILL GET A HEARING ON HIS NEW. AFIPEAL IN U. S; Wichita, Kan., .Tune let Judge Pollock late today granted Geo. Edward Buck a hearing on ap- peal for habeas corpus setting it for Wednesday in Kansas City, niick hn's.. secured former Probate Judge J. N. Haymaker as counsel. How Many Are Restored Tot Health. .ho 192nd, formerly civil engineer of Edmonton, ir, also an uncle. The funeral service wljl be held In Knox church on Wednesday afternoon at.3 o'clock, when beside the members of the battalion now here on leave, six brother Sergeants from Calgary vlll attend to do niilitaryhonors to heir departed comrade. The remains will leave on the evening train for he homo In1 the east, whore inter- ment will take place. Almost every'operation ia our hospitals performed upon women becomes necessary'through neglect of luch symptoms as backache, irregular and painful periods; displacements, pain in the side, burning sensation in tha stomach, bearing down pains, nervous- ness, dizziness and sleeplessiieosi. ticcesa- ful in relieving female ills is Lydia E.' Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It, regulates and strengthens the Dimsdale of it overcomes disease. Lieut. Col. Oriesbach of Edmonton ng his battalion during a heavy horn- lardmcnf and subseoucnt attack by hf? On another occasion by prompt actloiV and setting a line ox- ample lie was largelv for he rescue.. pY soveralmen' who had boon burled by tho ihelhflre. V U For forty years it Has been women strong and well, relieving back-r ache, nervousness, ulceration and in-': flammation, weakness, irregularity and periodic pains. It has also proved, invaluable, in prepar-, ing for childbirth and the Change of] _., .i great number of nnso-; neited testimonials on file at the Pink- Kam Laboratory at'Lynn, Mass., many of which are from time to time published by permission, are proof.of tlie value of ailing woman in the United ii cordially invited to write to the Lydia B. Pinkharii Medicine Go IJynn, Mils, for ipeclaladvice itn free, mil bring JOB 1( hulth tad may uvi your ;