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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tMB LfefMBRroOE DAtLt HERALD OilV Criminal Driv er Drowned in a Jam Special to tho Hornlil May May tem of the Kootenay Assizes opened here this morning with His Justice Only one criminal that of the crown against charged with tho mur der of Wiiliam at n lumber cnmp on Upper Bull on the 21st of last being on the docket for The grand jury was given the mat ter to deliberate upon at eleventhirty and after examining one wit ness returned n true and was dis charged by His The case proceeded with this afternoon but will jiot bo concluded until late Deputy Attorney General John of is in charge of ihe wise for the crown and Sherwood Jlerchmer is conducting the defense of Was Drowned A river named John was caught beneath a jam of logs at a Handing above while engaged in rolling logy into the river for the Klk Lumber and drowned before his companions coultl get him Accidental Death The coroners inquest upon the case of the death of John who was killed by a falling of logs near Hosuier yesterUay brought in a WOMAN WORKS 15 HOURSA DAY Marvelous Story of Womans Change from Weakness to Strength by Taking Druggists I suffered from a dis placement with backache and dragging down pains so K badly that at times could not be on my feet and it did not seem as though I could stand I different without any benefit and doctors told me nothing I but on operation would do me any My drug Rist told me of Lydia Pink hams Vegetable V verdict this evening of accidental A widow and two children are left somewhere Russia and brothers are1 In this one Of them being with the unfortunate rtian when he was crushed beneath a cave of logs where they Svere working put ting the logs in the BOW ISLAND From Our Own correspondent Dow May Red Cross campaign for funds was launched last organizers are still canvassing their respective districts and from tho j report of tho Various il is i practically assured that the campaign will be a Gerald Tmlmage left on Friday for Reinn where he will join the X for overseas re turned homo on Saturday after a pleasant visit with her ISth We are pleased to report the re covery of Carlson after her recenpserlous frank Sutton ami family left on Tuesday for where they will reside in Sieve Halpin of Tnivers spnt Tuesday hero the guest of his par and Broad The many friends of Lethbrldge will be pleased to she has returned home from the Medicine Mat Sheard is progressing Cullen Is spending a few days in Tho Womans Auxiliary of All Saints church will meet at the home of Loucks on Thursday The many friends of Miss Charlotte Loary were pleasantly surprised re cently when the announcement of her marriage was made and desire to take this opportunity of extending to her and her husband their sincerest wishes for their united health and An Accident A regrettable accident occurred on tho farm of Fred Henderson last week when Henderson received painful injuries to his through becoming entangled in some manner in his plowing We are glad to state his condition is rapidly improv Miss Ella Riley is at present in where she is the guest of her The ladies aid of the United Church will be entertained at the home of First on Thursday AJarge attend ance is Fisher of Winnifred who ha been the guest of her left for her home on Miss Gilbert of Victoria reached here on Sunday and is the guest of First Ladies requested not 10 forget the demonstration on sewing being held in the rest room on Sat urday and The lessons will be and it is hoped an en thusiastic audience will be in attend ance at each and every The following letter has been sent to the Retail Merchants Association bv W manager of the that these will be Yours very W ManageiY PASS RESOLUTION At a lam InW mnimRer ely attended mretluR of tho Iron pxhihltion iispoclntton In reply to their sprmgs P criticism regarding the advertisement on g t rf M nth tho following jKism our I took V with the result that I am now well A A I get np in doTny then go to a factory and work all come home and get supper and feel I dont know how many of ray I have told what Lydia Pinkhbnfa Vegetable Compound has done ANNA 36 West 10th who suffer from any such ailjof the university of Saskatchewan ments should not fail to try thisfarnoua j welcomed tne delegates t6 the Uni root and herb Lydia Pink hams Vegetable May of welcome and reports from officials featured the opening session this morn ing of the annual convention of the Saskatchewan branch of the Retail Merchants Mayor Young welcomed the delegates to the city on behalf of the civic author ities and president versity where the contention is be ing ATTENTION New PerfectionOil Cook Stove Week May 20th to May 25th BEGINNING Monday furniture and department stores from Halifax to Vancouver will display New Perfection Oil Cook to remind you that now is the time to save co4l and other scarce fuels to aave money and needless v The New with its Long Blue mabei oil the ideal the drudgery of ashes and gives excellent year round cooking service at the low cost of Reyalitt Coal WATCH FOR YOUR DEALERS WINDOW DISPLAY IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BKANCHES IN ALL CITIES NEWPE OIL ECT1OJSI dllll I of the Robert Simpson In the prize list Russell ThcHetnll Merchants beg to acknowledge re ceipt of your 13th in regard toI he advertisement of the Robert Simpson ap pearing In our prize In explanation of the manner in which this advertisement came to be would that the can whom the work of the advertisements was noticed j this companys advertisement in tho prize list of tho Medicine Hat Stam pede of and solicited the snmo for our I may that had we received the support of the local merchants in getting up our list to the extent which was it would not only not have neces to seek outside but had offered we should have besn obliged to refuse Lack of Support To illustrate the lack of support that has so far been given the boardin their efforts to revive a successful ex hibition In 1 may say that out of approximately fifty pages of advertising carried in our Prize the retail merchants that those who might feel the competition of the mail order were respons ible for 9M Of whom I presume is a member of your is not in a position to criticize our action in accepting the objectionable as in his advertisement appearing on page he states in We meet cat alogue thus giving as great publicity to the existence of the mail order house free of charge as was paid for oTi page So far as I the retail merchants were thoroughly canvassed for but for every one who responded with an ad there were three or four who did not consider that it would be of any benefit to and evidently did not consider it necessary to assist the undertaking to the extent of a small advertisement in the prize 1 might further remind you that the Prize List is not Intended for distribution in the City of Leth bridge and the territory tributary but will reach homes which probably have few other facilities for trading than the mail order house pro Others to some considerable number will go to other parts of the province as well as to the other West ern and while a consider able number will be circulated in Leth bridge and the surrounding territory my own observation would lead me to believe that very few will reach homes to which the mail ortier catalogue has not already Refused to Tata Space Further in regard to the support that we have so far received from local I might say that some sixty or seventy circular letters have been sent out from this office to the mer chants and others of the request ing if are considering the making of an exhibit at the to inform me of the amount of space that they will require for this This circular mentioned the fact that a nominal charge would be made for tho which is necessary in order that it may help to defray the cost of cleaning and policing the The response this letter has so far been very in fact only one concern has engaged apace as a result of while two others called on the telephone and when told that a charge of ap proximately would be made for the use of twenty foot space for one stated that unless the space were given free as was the practice in previous they could not promise to With reference to the char ges for fixed I may say that nowhere in Western Canada is such space given unless it may be at a country but this charge is al ways made at all the big fairs in the and nowhere else have I heard the complaint that the amount is ex I migjit further state that at the Calgary and Edmonton Exhibitions tho mall order houses are among the lar gest exhibitors and are permitted to take orders freely on the I do not anticipate that the same priv ileges will be extended at the Leth bridge but should it be de cided to do it will be from the necessity of filling the space in the building which the local merchants re fused to as it is out of the question that the facilities which we have at the Exhibition Grounds for such exhibits should not be utilized for the purpose for which they ure in I am mentioniig these matters to thow that the parallel you have drawn between the Lelhbrldgo Herald and the Exhibition Hoard has no bearing on the subject under for whereas the Herald Is used exten sively as an advertising medium by the majority of the retail merchants of tho we have so far been unable to interest any considerable portion of your membership to support the ex hibition as in their duty to In I wish to quota a clause from tlje contract entered Into with the caterer for the grand stand during the I believe Bhould demonstrate the fact that the management of the Lethbridge Board has no desire to alienate any of the business which properly belongs to the This clause is as follows Thu party of the second part to purchase thu supplier for hit busi ness where possible to do so in the city of and where thu goods required are mauufactureii la resolution wag unanimously Adopt ed That we strongly protest against tho action of the Government In call ing on allthe young nfcn regardless of the great need of them on their Many of them have been on thf fnrins nil their lives and cannot be replaced by outside or hired Vrts also tho Government to bona fide that men that were farming before the war and call on those men who started only for tho pur pose of geUJng exemption from mili tary If men nro bound to be but the production must be carried as afore stated by tho these mon be left or the result will be both BIG BAtf BETWEEN HtSSIANS AND FINNS to tNf fighting IHe fliililans and It Is reported that the Id blotKed with of a battle1 to tlila country artd to thd and rfe urgently aftttfll to tho Govern ment to keep thalr that men of essential to proityc munitions nnil ba exempted from military Signed on behalf of tho Iron SnYlngs Locnl P May Canadian offi cers store lias been opened In the of onaUflnfc officers to obtain outfits practically at whole sale Tho store Ns Under live control of tho adjutantgenerals de Only sufficient profit will be made to enable the place to be self Owing to tho dotting of young mon for tho W Is snld ft ranch In central Saskatchewanon which there nro head of catUo will have to go out of existence fm the reason that it takes A long tints to train groon hands to look after stock on the How Can You A Corn A corn is absolutely and millions of peopld know Fully half the people one meets nowadays never suffer corn How can you a trouble so easily avoided A corn means this You are treating it by just to get brief Or you coddle it by Or you use some inefficient method of The proper way to deal with corns is Apply a Bluejay then forget the It will never pain Jn two the whole corn If it just apply another No corn pains tWice with people who And no corn The method is It is easy and That is how millions keep free from Let ibkeep you See how acts Bluejay For Corns Stops Pain Corns Completely Large Package 25c at Druggists Package Ditcontinued How Acts A is a noft pad which ttujis the pain by relieving thu If la the which the Unualty It ttikeu only 43 hours tu unt thu font C In rubber udhoalve which olIckB without It around tho too uud makes planter snug and Bluejay lu appllod In a Alter one uoeant reel tho The action iu and ap plied to the corn Bo corn Ulbappwurn without sore i BAUER of Surgical New York ;