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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, WMW- FERNIE ASSIZES E One Criminal Case-River Driv-' er Drowned in a Jam vertllct this ovcnlnp; of m-clilentnl (Icaili. A widow nud two cliilrtrcu nro lofi somowhere in Uns�sla ami two bioiliorK are in this counlry, o'.ic ot ihom bcliiK with tlit iintort\m�tt? man when ho was crushed bencatli a cave of logs where they were workitig luit-ling the logs in the river. BOW ISLAND (From Our Own coiros^onilent) How Island. May IS-The Ued Cross campaign for funds was hiunchcd last week. orRanizers are still canvassini; their ri'siHHtive districts and from the reiiort of the various loaders, it is pradically assured that llic catiiii.ilKii will be a success EXHIBITION MGR. CHARGES LACK OF SUPPORIJERCH'IS 1 for Kesina where lie will join the K. (.Spcrinl tn tlic Ili-r:\Mi Vcrnle. May 14.-The May tc'-iu ot the Kootonay Assizes opened liere this morninK with His Lordship, Justice Morrison, prt'siding. Only one criminal case, that of the crown ; .V. W, .M, P, lor overseas service. aRainst Walsh, cjiarged with the mur-j Mr.s. R. S. Hcattie. Broadway, re-(hir of William Hall, at a hiniber camp i liirned homo on Saturday after a on upper Hull River, on tlie 2Ist ot i pleasant'visit with l\er mother. Mrs. last Xoveniber, heins on the docket | I'arkei. ISth Avenue. CalRary. for trial. Tiie grand jury was given the niai-j ter to deliberate upon at eleven-thirty o'clock, and after examiniUK one wil-nes.s returned a true hill and was dis-' cliarged by His Lordship, The case' j)roceede(l with this afternoon but will Tlie foHowini; letter has been sent I to the Retail :\lerchants AssoclVthni i by W. MJ|| stock on the range. Mrs. b>ank Sutton aiul family lofi on Tuesday for Ketlaw, where they will reside in future. .Mr. Steve lialpiii of Travcrs spc:n aiot be coucliuied until late tomorrow, i Tuesday here the guest of bis par-Deputy .Altonipy General A. Jobn-'t-nls. .Mr, and Mrs, J, Halpin, Hroad-pon, of Victoria, is in charge of tiiciway. case for the crown and Sherwood i 'Phe many friends of Mrs. Sheard. Dlerclimcr is conducting the defense � Lothbridge .-Wenue. will be pleased to of Walsli, ; icaru she has returned home from the Was Drowned ' :Medi<-iue Hal hospital. .'Mrs, Slieard .�\ river driver, named .lolin Klinuk, � is t^rogressiug favorably. Was caught beneath a jam of logs at a I .Mrs, Ctsllcn is spendin.i; a few day,s landin;; above Hosmer, yesterday, Mu MacLeod. In explanation of the manner in which this advertisement came to be inserted, I would state, that the canvasser to whom the work of securing the ;'.(lvertiseinents was given, noticed this ciunpany's advertisement in the prize list ot the JJedlcine Hat Stain-peiic of I!I17, and solicited the samo I'cM- our list, 1 .may !;ay. Tiowever. that bad we received the support of the local merchants in petting up our list to the extent which was expected, it while engaged in rolling log;: into tlie i i'ho Woman's Anxiliar.v of All ^ would not only not have been neces- Saints church will meet at ihe home | sa'-y to seek outside business, hut had river for the KIk Lumber Company. ;ind drowned befoi'e his companions toulsl get him out. Accidental Death The coroner's inquest upon the case of the death of John Kumlik. Russian, who of Mrs. Rainbow. Loucks street, on Thursday afternoon. The many friends of Miss Charlotte Loary were pleasantly surprised recently wlien the announcemeiit of her i was killed by a falling of logs' p^arriage was made and desire to 15 mmi A DAY near Hosraer ycsteriiay brought in a ' take this opportunity of extending to � � - i her and her husband their siilcerest _________ ) wi.^hes for their united health and WOMAN WORKS i"^-.- 19� VI3, _.\ regrettable accident occurred on ! th'^ farm of '.Mr. Fred .1. Henderso]] last i week when .Mr. Henderson re(;eived painful injuries to his foot, through ~ becoming entangled in some manner H'JiarveloUS Story of Woman's l" hi.^ plowing oatfit. We are glad to ^ state his condition is rapidly improv- ing. .Miss Ella Riley is at present in Webb. -Mta.. where she is the guest of iter sister.* The ladies aid of the United Church will 1)6 einertained at the home of Mrs. j. R. Agar. First Avenue, on Thursday afternoou. Ajarge attendance is desired. Mrs. I'isher of Winnifred who ha . been the. guest of her daughter. Jlrs. K, II, Wilmor, Broadway, left for her home on 'Friday, ."Miss Gilbert of Victoria reached here on Sunday and is the guest of hei'*sister. Mrs. J, Darling, First Ave, Ladies are requested not lO forget the demonstration on sewing being he}d in the rest room on Friday, Saturday and Monday, . The lessons will be practical and it is hoped an enthusiastic audience will be in aitend-� auce at each and every meeting. Change from Weakness to Strength by Tedung Druggist's Advice. Pern, Ind.-"I sr.lTered from a rli.'s-placement with backache and dragging down pains so \ badly that at times 'I could not be on my feet and it did not seem !13 though could stand it. I  tried different .,medicines without any benefit and .several doctors told me nothing but an operation would do me any good. My drug-t^ist told m 6 o f Lydia E. P i n k-,,,,, ham's 'Vegetable I 9 ' Compound. I took V yl vR^'' it '"th t'ie re,5u!t V � \ tliati amnowwell \ ^\ N ~"| nncistronp. I get np in the morning at fouro'clock, domy housework, then go to a factory and work all day, corns home and got supper and feel good. I don't knew how many of my frienda I have told what Lydia E. Pinkhnar'B 'Vegetable Compound has doneforme,"-Mrs. anna Metebiano, 36 West 10th St, Perti, Ind. Women who suffer from any such ailments should not fm1 to try this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink-ham's 'Vegetable Compound. SASK. RETAILERS. uch offered itself, we should have be^n obliged to refuse it. Lack of Support To Illustrate the lack of support that has so far been given the board' in their efforts to revive a successful exhibition in Lethbrldge, 1 may say tl\al otit of apprcTimatel.v fift.v pages of advertising carried In our Prize List, tho retail merchants proper. Uiat is. those who might feel the competition of the mail order bouse, were responsible for 9'i pages. Of these, one, whom t presume is a member of your association, is not in a position to criticize our action in accepting the objectionable advertisement, as in liis advertisement appearing on page ."iS. he states in boh! type. "We meet catalogue prices." thus giving as great publicity to the existence of the mail order house tree of charge as was paid for oTi page L'O, So far as I am, aware, the retail merchants were thoroughly canvassed for advertising, but for every one who responded wiili an advertisement, there were three or tour who did not cofisider that it would be of any benefit to them, and evidently did not consider it necessary to assist the undertaking to the extent of a small advertisement in the prize list, I might further remind you that the Prize List is not altogether intended for distribution in the City of Lethbrldge and the territory tributary thereto, but will reach homes which probably have few other facilities for trading than the mail order house provides, Othars to some considerable number will go to other' parts of tho province as well as to this other Western Provinces, and while a considerable number will be circulated in Letu Saskatoon. May 14,-Speeches of J bridge and the surrounding territory welcome and reports from officials featured the opening session this morning of the annual c--'nvention of the Saskatchewan branch of the Retail .Merchants' .Asst^cintion, .Alayor A, JI. Young welcomed the delegates to the city on behalf of tlie civic author-{ ities and Dr. W. C. .Murray. pre.sideni j of the I'niversity of Saskatchewan ! welcomed the delegates trf the Unl-j versiiv; where the con-fention is be-1 ing held. ATTENTION! New Perfection'Oil Cook Stove Week, i May 20ilh to May 25th BEGINNING Monday morning, hardware, furniture and department slores from Halifax to Vancouver will display New Perfection Oil Cook' .Stoves, lo remind you that now is the time to buy-to save coal and other scarce fuels; to save time, money and needless worry., , , ^ The New Perf�ction, with its Long Blue Chimney, makes oil the ideal fuel-banishes the drudgery of coal, ashes and kindling-and gives excellent year-round cooking service at the low cost of Royalile Coal Oil. watch for your dealer's window dk^lav IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED BRANCHES IN ALL CITIES my own observation would load me to believe that very few will reach homes to which the mail order catalogue has not already gone. Refused to Takt Sfjace Further in regard to the support that we have so far received from local merchants, I might say that some sixty or seventy circular letters have been sent out from this office to the merchants and others of the cit.v, requesting them, if they are considering the making of an exhibit at the Exhibition, to inform me of the amount of space that they will require tor this purpose. This circular mentioned the tact that a nominal charge would be made for the space, which is necessary in order that it may help to defray the cost ot lighting, cleaning and policing tho building. The response to, this letter has so far been very disappointing, in fact only one eoiicern has engaged .space as a result of this letter, while two others called on the telephone and when told that a charge ot approximately $10 would be made for the use of a twenty foot .space for one week, stated that unless the space were given free as was the practice in previous years, they could not promise to i-xhibit. With reference lo the charges for fixed space, I may say that nowhere in "Western Canada is such space given free, unless it "may be at a country fair, but this charge la al-wa.v's made at all the big fairs in the west, and nowliere else have I heard the complaint that the amount is excessive. ^ I raisjit furtlier state that at the Calgary and Edmonton Exhibitions tho mail orde;- houses are among the largest exhibitors and am permitted to take orders freely on the grounds. 1 do not anticipate that, the same privileges will bo extended at the Leth-bridge exhibition, but should it be decided to do so, it will be from the necessity of tilling tho space in the building which tho local merchants refused to consider, as It is out of the question that the facilities which we have at tho Exhibition Grounds for such exhibits should not be utillxed tor tho purpose for whlcii they aro intended. I am mentioniig these mattors to fihow that the parallel you have drawn between tho "Lolhbridgo Herald" and the Exhibition Board has no bearing on the subject under discuHslon, for whereas the "Horahl" is used extensively us an advertising medium by tho majority of the retail merchants of the city, wo have so far been unable lo interest any conslderablp portion of yoitr memborahip to support the exhibition as is their duty to do'. In conclnsfion, I wish to quote a clause from the contract entered into -with tho caterer for the grand stand during tho exhibition, which, I bellovo should demonstrate the fact that the management of the Lethbrldge Board has no desire to alienate any of" tho business! which properly belongs to the Itjcal merchants, "n'hls clause Is as follows: �'Tho party ot the second part agrees/ to purchase tho supplies for his busi-iicBB where possible to do so in the city ot Lethbrldge, and wUerfc the goods required are manutacttirea in HowGan You Explain A Com? A corn is absolutely needless, and millions of people know it. Fully half the people one meets nowadays never suffer corn aches. How can you explain, a trouble so easily avoided? A corn means this: You are treating it by paring, just to get brief relief. Or you coddle it by padding. Or you use some old-time, inefficient method of removal. The proper way to deal with corns is this:j^ Apply a Blue-jay plaster, then forget the corn. It will never pain again. ' In two days, usually, the whole corn disappears. If it doesn't, justapply another plaster. No corn pains tWice with people who ue Blue-jay. And no corn stays. The method is gentle, scientific, sure. It is easy and quick. That is how millions keep free from corns. Let it* keep you free. See how i^ acts tonight. ' ' Bluejay For Corns Stops Pain Instantly -Ends Corns Completely Large Package 25c at Druggists - .Small Pkclqige Diicontinued How Blue<:jay Acts, A la a thin. Boft pad whicli otopH tiio puln by rollovlng tho lireKHure. ' � ' II la the Tl&n wux, which Kontly unUermluei' the corn. UHuiilly It tultou only �.43 houro Iw iin