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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AC.K EIGHT Till- I.ICTllBilil'KiK DAILY III'UAU) SATt'HDAY, MAY Two Winners Ogilvie s ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour Canada's Best Flour Hiirli-STildi- I''li'lir-----Set in the Palace of Kins or ihe thi- pr.rn.es. OGILViE'S ALWAYS eivcF satisfaction 'SAM SADOWSKI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE What the Press Agents Say Drink- London. May Jin the board iff imintry Hi'' "''3l1 I ivb'-mnn ..eslcrday. Mr. Blrrvll i said: "If the home rule had not been 'pl-.uvtl the statute '.w.iks. there1 would liavc been a ISIVHI eMilosiun of 'uisr ami disappointment, limit in Ire land am! ill I lit- 1'- which when war came wotil.I have alarm- ing proportions. Tlie cvems ill i'lslcr sand the uun-i-imiiiiig at large by Ihe 'risieritc.- i" ll'l-l ninloiibieilly had a "great elY.-ct on disloyalists ,'lsf- I where." i Ireland had pr.'sei'vi'tl unbroken jlYonr at llie oinbicak ui tiie war, ithroniih :hc patriotism o! John IU-d- jiiiond! -Mr. Kin-ell coniimled. Inn ihcre many who did not agree with his -attitude. It was impossible lo over- estimate tiie effect winch llH' advent n> tin- cabinet had c.-.ercised on 'tin. minds of the people of Ireland. If Mr. Heilmontl hail accepted tiSice iin the same cabinet he would not have I remained leader of the Irish parly, i When il was seen that the war would be prolonged. Mr. Bin-ell said, j Ireland soon wholly unreasonable of a tier- man landing and of partial In .the different parts of Ireland: ami i promises of German assistance were I at the bottom of the outbreak. Answering Baron lianliiige. .Mr. Uir- irell said: "Sinn Felnism had spread over tiie place. The Sinn Fpim-rs sick of parliamentary parties and desiretMo be left alone. I realiz- 'ed'for two years certainly that litere I was a dangerous movement in Ire- Uaud but niter consultation with the "ivarious Irish leaders, t came to the that a tioii.-y of niHi-inter- was the snfesi. These armed jb'jdies of volunteers were over the lace and if we could have got dis- armament all around it v.-oiild have Grape >r Touches the Spot your dsalsr" your jobber'7 MANUFACTURERS, R. L FOWLER CO., LIMITED Calgary. Saskataon. Begin? Thirsty Mortals Satisfied We satisfy the thirsty throng with the most luscious and satisfying drinks possible to produce. Every effort has been made to give ycu rich pleasing luscious healthful soc'a watsr drinks in a great vzriety of flavors. You can be served either with or without ice cream in your soda. Try a fruity phosphate if you like, or a deli- cious strawberry its cream soda. Beth are delicious, pure and pleasing. Jackson Co. DISPENSING CHEMISTS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FREIGHT MORE THAN'.PRODUCT i The buyers must freight at the rate of Sifl a ton, or a total 000. The railroads Son Francisco, freight ,.i 30.000 tons of barley eomraeted to e delivered in Europe from Ciilifor- ia points will amount 10 more than he market value of the gran, afiortl- ig to announcement mjule today by ailroad officials. The. barley which will 20 overland before July 1st from here ti for shipment to Eurot; -i would be Paid is a ton to carry li to Gal- veston and the sea freight would he at the rate of S3- a ton. Rev. A. .1. Thomas B.A.. B.D., Lori- to vim.roL..u don. tint., has accepted a call In tiie is worth ini George .Street Methodist church. Het- ,armaini'it an aiomm Ibeeri' an inlinite blessing, bat 10 dis- arm any sei'tiim the aopulnlinu the evidence v.-e dad would have ibeen a dangerous r.lld doubtful pro- .ceeding." Barou Ilardin.se: "Voli need not titis imc-suon. but why were Irish leaders who advised you in this policy to he relied Mr. Birrell: "hi 'h? iim place 1 had formed a pretty clear estimate of my own and 1 thra'i think I ever was influenced by other people. But liedmond. for example, always Uook the view that the Sinn Feluer-i iwere negligible zi-.d he said so in the -house of i ommons. I did not attach much importance lo his opinion, be- cause 1 was quire sure they were dangerous. The slate of feeling var- ;ieil very much." Mr. Birrel! "If ii priest was an anti-Sinn Feiner, iSiuii Feinisui ilietl uut. hut if, the .priest was in favor of it the move- 'ment was prompted. But in Dublin hi was different. 1 always Mi that 1 was very ignorant of what was going on in the cellars of Dublin anil 1 was jexceedingly nervous about that. I i-.Jd 'heard that ihe castle was to he taken. "Steps were taken to tleal with these reports but mulling came of ithern. And 1 should be very curious jto hear if anybody knew this thing was going lo happen. "I had very decided views. So much ,so that I had conferences with Gen- .erals Kitchener and.French on March ,20 antl March 27 to persuade them to send more soldiers to Dublin. I Knew ithe people of Dublin should have evi- dence that England still soldiers, and if soldiers with bayonets and bands be got lo parade the streets of Dublin it w-ould have had a igreai effect on the tiinn Feiners. The] would then have' there was a force in Dublin Iwitb which ihey would have to con- tend. -Tne war office replied that they veiy onsy uv.Iiting men nr.d that ;the men could not he spared to be (transferred 10 Ireland. The military authorities i onsiuered that in case of in any par: of Ireland they could move troops from Liverpool as .Quickly and as safely as from one part of Ireland to the other. Lord iborne held the same as did." i Explaining why he speni so little in IrelEnd. Mr. Birreli said he to be in London to attend tile cabinet meeting" to .represent. Ireland. The commission' until Monday. Vaudeville at the Orpheum To-night Thousii there is nothing uf a hiiih- ly Uiril'liliK nature on llie lilll a' j liicsenti'il is one ol the most inter- j csiins yet. All llie unpleasant features ol a do? :acl are eliminated ftom that lircs- Icntcd by the Seylnorc Catiint's.'1 Tlu'y tire iles'iM'Hn'At oti the liill as a happy i family anil they live strictly ill" lo I I their'name. Their tricks are Ihey arc all lilshly anmrals. i 'tin- ciiHeciion liein.s larlfil. .lolin Alexander mid William tidd are two exceptionally siniicrs who sarli themselves as hoboes. They have'n clever line of comt'dy and; Iht'ir make-up is cowl. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kceuan's sketch is as "noil as il is advertised. Mr. Keenaii has a splendid impersomition in' the bibulous yoimi; husband ami as tin- newly wed wife.'Mrs. Keenaii acts her pan well. The sketch is original i cotuarjs sutticieut It'Jirhs to keep Ihe house in Ihe risln liuinor. Ktiiel Crazier who "P'-'is Hie show is a sootl instrlMienlallsl. j Al (he Ei Tiie illuebird feature "Tlif 'vaqii at ihe ICmnress attracted large crowds last nicht antl will he repeated for tin- last time louislit. as will also "A Night Out." one of t'harlie Chaplins best.________ M (he Majestic i tine of ihe most hrilllani events i of the entire season is promised at i the Majestic on Thursday. June when the New York Metropolitan 'singers, six iiiternalioiial artisis. appear in moments from grand opera., I'Hie comvaoy intitules Miss Florence; h-hiwkins. a youns American I t'lara p're-.iler. a former member of ihe Metropolitan roninanv in Xew York. Knitii'is well-knou-u hai'itone. and. .Molly Byeriy contralto.; from the Hoval Onera in Vienna. Alice i Meflung. the iiianUi. is too wull know-n for commeut here. Skovgaard.: llennnirk's greatest violinist, is tne: 1 star of the comiiany and his playing has proved a veritable revehtiion wherever he appeal's. You are invited to call and inspect the new designs in Furniture. We have in our show rooms the best assorted stock ever exhibited in Lethbridge.' i At Stariaud i F'-'iIay'b program, which is an es- i pecially'-sotKl one. will be repeatc-d at istariann for the last time tonight. I On Monday and Tuesday, LDII Teil- 1 o.Bn who made a great success in 1 Bvplorer." will he seen in an- masterpiece. "The niknowu. i In this ulay .Mr. Tellcgan plays the 1 part ot" a young Englishnian left pen- 1 nllcss iiy 'difiniierilance, at all army i y.esi or, the etlze of the African desert. young girl lakes an in- i terest in him. He and the colonel or i his raiment are both in love with the girl ihe saves the youns: Englishman i from punishment and eventually eWnes with him. The nlay is full ol 'interest ami thrills, helns a I.icturiza- i lion of 1 A. G. famous nov- i r-I "Tlie Hed -Mr, Tellegan For UEC Dining Uooni ;in- suili's in tlif ".TactihrMii" and liain M.-iry" designs in l-'uiued Oak and Hi, irk AValnui. For (lie Living- Room I, a rye. conirorialili' and "Siuri'-nvi'r'' in lapesiry. ".ifu-olx'an" rluiirs ami mrkrrs 'scats upholstered in tapestry. For Uie -lied Room Sniirs in "Old Ivory." Bird's Eye Maplr in Bnnvn" ami Figured Hlack Waliuu.. is In- a very strong cast Theodore Roberts and Dor- >IVITES 'FRISCO YACHTSMEN oan Francisco. May King of Denmark, whose yacht. Xurtlug IV. ii-on President V.'ilson's cup at ihe Panama-Pacific Exposition last year, invited San Francisco yachtsmen, learned today, to race this Uummer in Danish waters. The iim- talion ivas extended in the name of the Royal Danish Yacht-Club. For House (lenniiig Tiino Our stnrk ni'-X-'tirpets. ('uriain.s, Nei.s and .Scrim w inierosl yon. (Jt'i oiir Prices before bu.viug will buy hero. "LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS" o California at present prices -f i erboro, 10 tahw effect. June A GIRL I SAW 00 YOU know WHAT I saw today: A 01RL wltli the BEAUTIFUL imaginable. 1 MADE np my iniTirl RIGHT THEN In find WHERE SHE got. it. SO 1 asked her. SHE WAS just as nice ABOUT IT as could be. WHAT DO yon think siie said: "USE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE" THEN SHE went or, TO TELL me HER HAIR used to he DULL. BRITTLE and lifeless. FINALLY DANDRUFF liegnn TO ACCUMULATE. HER HAIR came out. HER SCALP itched AND WAS hot anil feverish. SHE'TRIED everything. NOT.'ilNG DID much good, SHE COUUD see AN IMPROVEMENT with THE-.-FIRST application OF HERPICIDE. THE DANDRUFF disappeared. HER HAIB ceased falling THE ITCHING stopped. SHE WAS delighted AND SAYS "NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE IS THE finest tiling THERE IS to make THE HAIR soft and fl'.iffy AND. INCREASE its heanly. I DIDN'T like il WHEN SHF told mo HER HAIR used to LOOK JUST like llllli'-'. I DIDN'T know my HAIR LOOKED so UNTIL SHE told me. ANYWAY I am soine TO TRY N'ewbro's Herpicid IT IS sold everywhere AN'D GUARANTEED. YOU CAN eel A SMALL sample 'jotlle BY SENDING ten cents TO THE Herj.icidc Comphii DEPT. 138-B. Detroit. Mich THEY ALSO send yon A BOOK about the hair My! I am glad I. MET that zM lorlnv. t CANADIAN SOl-DIER j STABBED ANOTHER Nintl; Battalion Private Ran Amuck and Wounded Manitoba Soldier Folkestone, rats.. May the I Folkestone police court today [Jrn a'.e i Clarke, .Ninth Hatlalion of Canadians, was. charged with un- lawfully wounding C.COIRC Young -Mac kenzie. of Fifth baitallon. from Manitoba. .Mackenzie staled.dial tvlilh: lie w.-u in llie street the prisoner came ;o him and challenged iittn lo lichl. He re j Insed. lie was llghtini; a cii-'- laretle tho prisoner siruck him. As they were, slrusslins un the ground, he felt something sharp htrike him in i the arm and ribs. The prisoner sot av.'ay, lie ran after him and caucht him' and ihey again fought on the I ground. Then lie became insensible 1 and woke to find himself In a hos- i Thu prisoner U> the conn said lin remembered nothing of this. Medical evidence showed thai Mackenzie had seven wounds, probably canned hy knife stabs. One. in tiie neck, was regarded its very Ilierc had not been hYHl aid rendered Mac- I kenzie would havp dietl. He now getting htitter. i The [iriaoner was committed Cor I trial a! the next quarter' sessions. at itie Good Fellowship Dining Club Kak-s Ti-ansieni, 75c. per night. S1.75 and S2.5U per week. lih Arc. SI. S. ONTARIO ARTS EDUCATION APPLIED SCIENCE locTodinR Minins. Chcmicnl. Civil, Mech- anical and ICIcctriLMi HngiueennK. MEDICINE DBHOK the wjU becootinuows in Medicine. HOME STUDY The Arts Course mny lie takra liy spondence. Inn to gradn- ae s. avc must attend SUMMER SCHOOL J'J'-YANDAUGUST Y. CHOWN :E me TH II IE 1 1 ShoivH of any (lescriplion wliirli I charge 51 or over are to be subject J jto a lax wliicjl will also hn I lax on circuses a.ml travelling all kinds. June r has boeu tiie date set by the 'provincial government ffft lilt: inatlg- inration of the theatre goers' taxation jiici, and aflor that dato patrons of various places of amusement will 4mvo to pay from 1 lo. iic more for jeach ticket pu'rcliascd. j .Moving picture tickets are to ho i taxed If. Dramatic, musical or van- 'deville shov.-s. which niidor ladniission will be U'.xed 2Vjc i All Out., resiilcnls havt- eeii ordered io tie vaccinated as (lie esult of a cast' of smallpox being ills- Crosses Got our prices ;uid SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental! and Cut Stone Works) l LEW "The Unknown." at StarlamI .Monday and Tuesday. In i 2 pound cans Whole aiso Fitiu Ground tor Perco lators. 173 ;