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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGF SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H131ULD FRIDAY; satis- iin- Eighty-five fied owners against proved claims and rosy promises You judge a man by what lie's by what he ssys he intends to do. Judge a motor car the same way. Eighty-five thousand znd more Canadian built Fords have "made gcod" in actual service. Since 1904 this, sturdy, economical car has stood the only in Canada, hut throughout the British possessions. Every psssirig year has seen Canadian Ford sales mount by thousands cf under almost every con- ceivable condition, the car has proved itself a splendid fill-around utility. It has sold on its record for dependable and economical on the rosy promises of its makers. The man v.-hc- selects a Ford is hacked in his judgment by more than eighty-five thousand satisfied motorists in the Empire. Has this a significance for yout V2'o2 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout 5480 Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan .890 Ford Town Car 780 .r. Phone All cars completely equipped, including headlights. Equipment does not include speedometer QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY KINGSTON ONTARIO EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE Including Mining. Chemical, Civil. .Mech Klcctricnl HuginccniiK. MEDICINE DuriK tho there will be coattnuoi ettiaai in Medicine. HOME STUDY The Arts Course rony be taken by CMrrc spoutleace. students to jjrudu ute must otlcnd oue session. SUMMER SCHOOL. OSO.Y, CHOWM JULY ANQ AUGUST REGISTRAR People's Forum OBJECTS TO ELIMINATING SCHOOL LANDS Qfrmttg Lctlibridpc .Vuno 29, 11UH. L'clitor Herald: Uuar :i iio Hkellboott that the Irrigation system whii'h was hold iip ivcnitly owinp to Hit1 ilimeully in getting touch with owners of school lands, will abandoned for the present owing to ibis dlfficiiliy." I wish on behalf of most of the purchasers of school !mds under the proposed Tabor irrigation system to I Olfer lin objection on the above ar- jtk'lc priui'Mt In your paper. It would 'appear that into toucli with tbe respective owners was the great ditm-uUy. but this is not (lie easy as we understand it. Owing to purchas- ITS of these school lands not hiiviu: tille issued 10 them, Dominion i government refuse to a first lien or mortgage upon these lands, in or- du- that the C. P. II. may include then! in tin.' promised hond issue to construct the ca-ial and laterals. It j 'appoars that owing to ibis refusal Hoininion .that fiHOO or acres of the Choicest lands i are to be eliminated from this pro- posed irrigation system, as the i P. K. refuse to include different pa I eels of this land, even where titie been issued, daimiim that it will i all have to come into the system in a block. This seem? to be very un- fair to ihe school .land owners, at i the head of the proposed canal, in fact, some of the ttret promoters of I tins Irrigation scheme, to have a I canal full of running through their lands and be refused to panic- i ipato in its benefits, j I might say a number of these school land purchasers express- ;ed their willingness to pay up in full on the water, while others have title to their lands anil others are willing Form New'for Hircc- tion of Military and Foreign Affairs London, June dispatch lo the 'rimes from Uudnpeste says Hint the draft of an important, treaty of the alliance between Herman j- ami Austria-Hungary has been complet at Berlin and signed by Firince KYnust Von HohpnlohCfUingXMibnry, on behalf j of Austria-Hungary and Dr. Beth manii-llollwes. "The treaty, w! is for years." says tho correspond- ent, "provides for tho unification of j tin; direction of military and foreign affairs. While regarding economic j Questions, it provides for concerted j action in dealing with foreisn conn- tries, interstate relations baing left outside its scope. Administration of' the treaty will be under a commit- toe to consist of members of dele- gates by Federal council on behalf of Ornmny and by inients." Edmonton. June night the BOW, VINOU4 Tooth Paste Bemiett. MrLaws Co., ot ihat it will be complete or practically so. tonight. The report will he sen! f to the government through the office Of course. if the Dominion government had gn- government through of the governor-general.- e., Consent" to the 0 P. .Naturally the prime minister and his these school lands in colleagues will desire to acquaint; fi bonds the canal had gn- nected' uh the Alliance Power Co. P. R. opB'ratiHS Uie Edmonton Power opBratiHS PIant under contract Xo definite con- WHERE'TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEKL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 702 few days. The government may decide trnsr that those farmers who to Have the findings printed before j h are w'unng ,.ay making ihe report public. m lands> wU, not be com. pellrcl to have a canal running through their lands without being permitted s to participate in its benefits. Yours truly.. B. K. Bullock, Tuber. I negotiations with council upon subject. The letter was referred to the utili- i Blainnore, -TuiiH was re- ceived from Ottawa on Thursday morning by 'Mrs. Arnold Hey wood to the effect, that" her husband. Sapper Arnold Hey wood, had been Killed in action at the front on .Inno 27th. Sap- RELATIVE OF J- J. HILL GOES TO RUSSIA) Seattle, June Hill, mil-i jlionairc son-in-law of the late James j I.T and.neted as a railroad exec-! j utive and road builder, has gone to j Vladivostock at the- Teeniest of the j .Russian government to take charge J j of the traffic depart meat of the Trans- j i Siberian railway in order to facilitate; i the movement of n-ar supplies, accord-; I to it story which the Seattle Post- i Intelligencer will publish tomorrow. ties committee for consideration and I report. In tiie general discussion which took place there was no strong indi- cation of feeling that the railway should be disposed of for good, but that consideration might be extended to a proposition w lease the utility. per Tlcywood was at one, time con Orienial Scene itfTHtCAMPBELtS ARE jrances Ford and Grace Universal What the Press Agents Say nected with the 18th O.M.R., up to several days ago stationed at Medi- cine Hat, bill on the formation of a tunnelling corps by "Major T. W. Cpulthard at Calgary, he got a trans- fer and went to France with the Tun- nel lers several weeks ago. Several other Blairmore men are attached to this corps, among whom are .lack and Sam Patterson.. Wm. Archer, David Kemp and'Capt A> R. Granger, Pay- master. Sapper Heywood is the first, of the large number to enlist from Blairmore to meet death on the bat.- j tie field. Sincere sympathy goes out j to Mrs. Heywood and her two chil- dren. At the -Empress Owing to the washouts on the C. P. R. the big Bluebird feature advertised for tonight at the Empress did not arrive, lu place of this a big "-reel program will be run, including a dandy Charlie Chaplin comedy. AT THE ORPHEUM TON IGHT AND, TOMORROW India and particularly the relief of Lucknow in which the Highlanders be- jcame 'famous. The great feature of the picture is the appearance oE Van- couver Highlanders in the big battle scenes. Over 2500 people appear in the production altogether, ami taking !'BTanight will be the first appearance It all round, is one of the most won- he big '-'The Campbells pictures ever shown here. te Coming." at the prpheura. This i live-reel spectacular production will be here for only two nights. everyone should take this oppor- iiity of seeing it. The-picture depici.3 At Shu-land Stariand presents unotber program, consisting of a line three-i reel Biograph feature, two roaring comedies, and another of the famous Paramount Travel Series. In addition to' these Mr. Fleming will sing "The Mighty Deep." On Monday and Tuesday the emi- nent dramatic star, Dustin Farnum, will be seen in a very fine drama en- titled "Ben Blair." In the opening scene we see Ben Blair, the boy. at the grave of his mother quivering in fear of his brutal father who has just burned their prairie home. Next we see him as a strong resourceful man fighting life's battles single-handed on! Broadway. The play has action j aplenty and "the theme is one that j holds and thrill's from start to finish.; Commencing Monday, for three con-; secutive programs nexl: week, a serial I will be shown of a motor trip across j Australia, from south to north and re-[ turn. This will he one of-the most) interesting pictures ever shown city, and will be completed in three; numbers next week. Washington, June 30. TKe Mexican situation stood today vir- tually where it was 24 hours ago except that more national guards- men were hurrying to the border and the time allowed General Car- ranza to declare his intentions to- ward the United States troops in Mexico was growing shorter. -ASK FOR- Minneapolis, June Porter J. Cumber's success in obtaining the Re- I publican nomination to succeed .him-. Lself and the likely nomination .of! Lynn J. Prazier as the' Republican [candidate for governor are indicated [in scattering returns from today's N'orth Dakota primary election. Ra- 1 turns will be seriously .delayed be- cause or wire trouble throughout the state. In almost every instance Gov- Ottawa, Ont., .Tune Can- adian representative at the front ca- bled as follows: "The body of Maj.-Gen. Mercer was recovered from a demolished dugout in the Armagh Wood. All the buttons and decoration? on his tunic [had been cut off, but1 rank badges had not been touched. Examination show- ed that the general had been severely wounded in the leg and had also re- ceived bullet wounds in the head, eith- er of which would have been suffic- cnt to cause death.- was carried back and biiriecl in Militia Cemetery close to Poperinghe.' large, num- ber of including the corps general's Some of the latter had travelled all night." commander and the late staff, attended the funeral. LIBERALS 30, TORIES 13. IN ernor Hanna Is trailing the senator- Halifax, June pro- ceedings in the constituency of Cape Breton have cleared up confusion'as annual convention of the to the result of the provincial elec- i of Christ in Alberta will bejtions on June 20. Each party claimed j while R. A. Xeslos is tliird. In the Democratic party. jheld in Lethbridge on July 7th, 8th to have elected three of the four mem- John! !aml tlie sessions being held in 'bers for this constituency. Three Con- Burke's nomination "for United States jtne Christian church here. C. S. Far- servatives. Butt, Douglas and Fergu- senator is conceded while D H Me- row> of Lethbridge, is president, and {son, and one Liberal, Cameron, were Arthur is leading for gubernatorial JH- w- Carstalrs, vice-president, formally declared elected, making the nominption On the state ticket first open on Friday the Republican party those candidates "h'at 2.30 p.m. I endorsed 'by the non-partisan league Among the prominent speakers at 13. are running strong and with one or! convention will be H. W. Wood j There were 240 spoiled ballots in two exceptions probably have Caratalfs. who is president of the j this county. A recount has' been de- nominated: For justices of supreme u- F- George W. Muckiey, of Kan- j mamled. by the Liberals. court, J. E. Robinson, Luther Hardsell f as .CltY> bolll0 .whom are j A recount has been asked by the and B. H. Grace are running high. _.i r, A. J. Latornel. who was city engi- neer at. Edmonton for some years. j has been appointed captain of the. :nes during the Sepoy rebellion In 75th Brigade, Artillery. Public Opinion Indorses this family remedy by making its sale larger than that of any other medicine in the world. The experience of generations has proved its great value in the treatment of indigestion, biliousness, headache and constipation. BEECH AM S PILLS relieve these troubles and prevent them from becoming serious ills by promptly clearing wastes and poisons out of the digestive-system. They strengthen the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels- Mild and harmless, A provtfi family remedy, unequalled For Digestive Troubles Fnpiired Miljr br Tham.i Here turn, St. Kntfind, 9oU rverjrwfcere in Cinida U. S, America. In IN MEMORY OF. MRS. D. J. McARTHUR Ah. bow sad it is for fiends to die, But ihe "promise" says we'll meet bye and bye. Those that must answer the Master's call Are not. chosen but all, loved one is called to the pearly gate We sadly murmur ''Lord'' conld'sL Thou not wait, For earthly ones know no) the joy thr.t fill The ones that hasten to answer HIa will. They go to sit at our Father's right hand Nnar Hie throne in that heautifu happy hind, Bereaved ones, be comforted by the Lord's words so true For they were spoken not only for Xicodemus. bui you. And all the Borrowing ones of this world of strife. Whosoever belfcveth in Me shall have eternal life. U. K. C. CROWN SOAP Specially Made for the Water of this Country standing of the parties Jn the house definitely: Liberals 30; Conservatives to speak" on "Saturday, and Grant K. {Conservatives for Halifax county. Lewis, of Cincinnati, who will speak i where there were 220 rejected and 124 on Sunday evening. [spoiled ballots. Delegates are'expected from Saa-; In Lunenbei'g Kinley (Liberal) bad hatchewan and Manitoba as well as i six votes over Zwicker (Conservative) from over Alberta and from several and a recount will be held. Thirty- IB. C. points. inine ballots were rejected and twenty-' one spoiled. In Hants, Sangster (Conservative) CYCLONE WRECKED SHOW m len henlmlj has asked for a MANY ARE INJURED 'recount. Billings, Mont., June M. Bas- There will also be a recount in.In- sett 'of -ibldorauo, Kan., was killed and verness. where the Liberal candidate New York, June Tans-.: of other persons more or leas I had a majority of 69. cber, former German army officer, 1 injured at Wibaux, on the Northern' was acquitted today by the jury of- Pacific, just this side of the Dakota conspiriny to blow, up the Wellahd slate line, wben a cyclone wrecked the Campbell carnival shows there at an early this Loretta, "the armless wonder" and her daugh- ter were both dangerously injured and canal. It was charged that he provided dynamite and revolvers for Horst Von Dcr Goltx and others to go to. j Canada. Thi Rev. K. ,r. D. 'Freeman, the. new pastor oC St. Enoch's Presbyterian church, Toronto, was inducted. There'were many narrow j The judge charged the jury that if! escapes among, tbe show people. Kour ihey found that Tausclier knowingly j gipsy, babies wore asleep In an anto- fiiniished dynamite or pistols they j mobile upon which Ihe Ferris wheel must find him gyllty of conspiracy, fell. They were.uninjured. .Ostriches belonging to the carnival Made in Alberta Save the Coupons for Premiums BARS 25c Thornton Boyd, of the Princess Pats killed in action, was a son of W. T. C, Hoytl, of Bobcaygen, Out. USING WILSON'S FLY PADS READ OIRECt'lONS, company broke loose, but were las- noed Mn .the bills by the cowboys. A baby lion freed hy tho storm, wa.'j Captured ''without. .'ttirTiciilty, In the town of" Wibau.v proper a number-, of buildings were wrecked. Telephone and telegraph wires were prostrated. -Many country roads barricaded in spots with wire fences, trees and buildings that were torn up by' the wind, Glendive, Mont., reports tlic storm- was Kpvq're. A violent rain accompa- nied" 'the slorm. ...FOLLOW EXACTLY ''S S Hev. Wm. Stevenson, of Victoria, j was elected chairman of the Baptist t'nion of H, C. Far more effective than.Sticliy My Catchers. Clean to handle. Sold by, Prugfjists and Grocers everywhere. R ia ,reported I bat, Lioui.-flol. Ar- thur Hamilton will be David Moyd George's tinder secretary for Borden may make a tour of the w'csf" this year. Open Up a Health Account that will yield greater enjoyment of life and higher efficiency in work. Cut out heavy Winter foods and eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit with fresh fruits and green vegetables. Shredded Wheat is ready-cooked. De- licious for breakfast with milk or cream; for luncheon or any meal with berries or other fruits. Made in ;