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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DA1LT HERALD SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1915 of People Have Found Their Only Help READ THIS LETTER Superintendent of Sunday School in Toronto TclU How Ha Cured Himself of Chronfc lUicumallsm After Suffer- ing for Ye 55 DOVEKCOURTROAD, Oct., 1st. "For a lonjr time, I II.-.YC ol writing you I most remarkable cure cfiVLr-.l 'oy you: rciueuy J t-Li.Trriv.itrijni t'.sj'LviiilJT in hr.'.ius. 1 have spent a lot of H-tives" for I? mouths new, ?iul run pleased to tell you that I am cured. All the UHS no I left my liands and per Imps sever -will, hut tin; fairness is all gone and I c.iii iio anv kind of work. pounds in iS R. A. WAUGH no longer the dreaded disease it oivx was. Rheumatism is no longer one ilia "iiicuniMa "Fn-.il-.i-iivcs" has proved ;H powers over llheu- Sciatica. fan, nvtr nil F-.ich disu.v.es which nri.ie atouiach, bowels, "FruiL-a-lives" :s by all dealers r.t a 6 for trial size, rjC. or sent on receipt o( i.ricehrFruii-ii-iives Limited, Ottawa. Tabris, Persia, April Pelro- mni London, p. itii'.s between Kussiiiii and Turkish i fuL-u-ji in IVrsiii have been resumed, i Ou Miiivli 25 ihc Uussiiins ilcU-atctl :lu- TurliK in a sanguinary liatilp ill Alkukar. ninth ui IMman, in Notth- uos'.eni lYnna, the Turks losing UIW iii killed, wounded and prisoners as woli ;'s many mHtuiuu'.' SICIHTS Ajiiil rc- jmruiulii'ii by Ilussinns of _ the northwestern rrumiah hundreds of Christians were rounded up by Turks iu tin- village of Haftilp'.v- ii'i :uul mass.u'ivii. Many uf these sr.in-hcil (Hit from the homes of MoiKimiui'iiiins who tried to liiCiN. Tin- on enirnng the vil- hvu- found 7JO bodies, mostly naked i ur.iUUilciI. Thr. recovery of bodies' from v.rlis, ami ditches and lihrr iuiriul kepi 3000 men busy for ilai -s. j i A massacre ui the or iTrnnining iu! 'LiiiLiiiali is rxpi-circi unless it should .'lio Livened liy orders from L'onstrui-; tiuople. "O, Come 10 iiy solo, Lcve Uivinp." .Miss Ucssie Maiel: Jsoi'o Knos Racou, the "Yotk-j The following will be the music at I tlie eleven o'clock service at St. Avig-; Church on Easter i Processional. "Come, Ye Faitht'u'i, Raise ihc L'aster Psalm, -Christ Our P.issover." Graud Chant: i Te Dcuin and Benedicius. Anglican jCbaiUs: liynui, "Chrisi the Lord is I Risen antliem, "1 Am He ;That Caleh Sumper: Choral I CominuniOTi service. "Messe Solcmn- elle." Gounod; '.'Alleluia, Alleluia. Keans lo Ilea-.en and Voices Kaise." la the die antheni I will be repeated, together with suit-; abie Easter hymns. j Special music r.i'l mark the services MACLEOD FnONT f In most of ihffci'- churches tomorrow' ME" AT THE FRONT fcr Ihe faster festival. At Kaox Macleod, Alta.. April cliurch in the morniug; ihe.authein will Mntiniation that the members of the be "Kin? AH h- Barnliy; solo Ambulaace Corps from Macleod have hy Mrs. Layion, "There'is a Grcea Hill! been In the vicinity of tho bnttlerield, i Kar by Gounod. A 20-miuute was received from Frank Hljrgios, aj organ recital us held in the even- J member of the ccrps.. this week, who, ing before the service. The nnthem! writing from France, said he was bll v.-ill lie "I Declare Cnto Yon Gcod Tid-j in a house some 20 miles by Maunders; .Mr. Fleming Ilring line, but thought that in -.i-ir-j by Gninler. days his company would be ivor. At Wesley the aniiiem at Hie the firing Hue. service will be "A Saviour j U appeared from the letter tlmt the of- ihe contralto solo. "Dyl.3rd Field Ambulance to which Hlg .Tcs'js' -Mrs. .lohuson: quan-' belongB, laJided in France aboui ette, "Jesus UieJ for 7.30 the middle of February. BLANKETS are luxuriously clean, soft and fleecy when washed with LUX. Every housewife knows that, blankets are very liable to shrink in the wash and become hard and thick. LUX is the ideal preparation for wash- ing blankets, all woollen things, fine laces, etc., because it cannot shrink them. LUX is the economical cleanser it dissolves readily in hot makes a foamy, cream-like lather which coaxes rather than forces the dirt out of clothes. Sold at 10 cents SILVER SERVICES PRESENTS BY HILLCREST CITIZENS AND BY COAL OPERA- TORS a Old Friends are Btrf-Himlms 60 yuro tHMly, HlfobU! r rr.ida ma- ll fcerialfi ever put into a liniment. Never injurious, always effective. its antiseptic healing oila right In where the pwn invaluable fur rhiuniatisrn, IhroaL, Mthmi, ooW'on iho.chut, etc. All druniita. dream, book fret. HAMLIH3 WIZARD OIL CO.! TORONTO 3 HiUcrcat, Altn., April ell xons or HUlcrest met in the Unlo Inill on Mcnduy, ilnrch "9. to give M ami Mrs. John Hrown n royul scud-ol on ihc occasion of -Mr. iirown's rotlri inent from his position as gener; iiager of Hillcreat Cofllerles. Lt The cuuncliy of the hall wus taxed t jits inmost, to iicconiniodate the repre stMiii'.iivt! gathering Unit usaemblori t show lliu rcbpect and esteem in 'thn late manntjer nncl his ivif j.ire held by the residents of HUlcres and the uufyhborliooil- j .Mr. William Hutchison, asslstnii general nniuaser to thy coal company presided over the assembly, nnd se thiugs going by calllne or. Mr. Georg S'.iinUs for a song. .Hr. Spinks obtigei .with "Down by the Old Mill ;'ivh'i.'h was Accepted wilh loud ar DlauEO, and he sany as an encore "1 j those lips could only speak." a favorite with fi'Merest nudi j ences, v.-asnex t called .upon, nnd sh' "The Holy City." giving "The Children's Home" as an I core. Mr. Hector McDonald turnishcu the item oil Ihe nrosraiuuie j "1 love a and upon being i cored, sang "When I go back ag I to Bonnie Scotland." After this sons, the chairoiau. will a few well-chosen renittrks, on bchal of the citizens ct Hillcresi. presentet to Mr. and Mrs. Brown a handsome solid silver lea service. Mr. BrowD, iu thanking the gathering for Mrs, JHrown and himself for this splendid token of their -weKwishera" regard, gave a concise resume of liis aims innd efforts to make Hlllcrest the Pitts- j burg ot western Canada, ao far as 'coal was concerned. When he came to HUlcrest five years ago, Hillcrest as a town, was practically unknown. At the time of the disaster last June Hlll- crest, both as a town and a coal mine, rauldly forging to the front. He trusted that ft would continue to go ahead and hoped that his successor would find as much pleas.ure nnd as many friends in Hillcreat as he and Ills 'wife had. Mr. Brown went 611 tc say that they had ties In Hlllcrest hey could never forget, and so far as he people's glfi was concerned, ic vould remain one oE their moat cher- ished possessions as Ibng as (.hey ived. Upon the conclusion Of .Mr. Brown's remarks, Mrs. Anderson favored the SCENES FROM BATTLEFRONT OF THE ALLIES Thrilling stories irom the trencuei and along the battle front in Kiircps rere told last night by Enos Bacon, known as tbs "Yorkshirt has just returned from the firing line, and who snoke in George street] church yesterday. He was seated In the rotunda ot bia hotel 'when a reporter was introduced. Seemingly loath to recount his ex- periences, he nevertheless was pre- vailed upon to narratft one or two. With a look upon his face aluioat of pain, he closed his eyes, as if again in the midst oC the scenes he went on .o describe. ft was he said. "If I could only efface some of it from.my memory. I can see it Dlood, the -wounded; hear the cries, and tlie deafening noise of guns. I "I saw one young boy with both, legs gone, cheerfully loading and fir-[ ing his gun at the enemy. His face i was illumined by desperate lines ofj determination for one so young, as be j shouted to me "with a laugh, 'I can pop off a few of the beggars yet.' Fear the Bayonet 1 Mr. Bacon dealt on the deadly fear JnEpired in the hearts of the Germans jy the bayonet. They can't stand cold steel In any shape, and it ia with the layonet that our boys excel. "I have heard them'squeal like pigs as they saw our boys bearing down on them wilh gleaming bayonets. I was talking to one Lancer who had mpaled'six men at one charge on the 16-foot weapon he handled so deftly. When the hoys are in the thick of the fight they -actually see blood. There seems to be blood in their eyes. They becowe 'wild, maddened animals, mowing that unless they their man. they will bp. brought down first" Mr. Bacon earned his sobriquet, the "Yorkshire by his bird-like singing. He has a. voice ot double range and rare sweetness, and was requested iu sing frequently when the soldiers were lying In the trench- This caused the entrenched Ger- mans to marvel greally and convinc- ed them that a wp.man "was singing in :he Allies' trenches. Mr. Bacon was enabled to get to Ihe firing line by a special pass, owing to his brother being wounded, whom ie desired to be with. He was at the battle of the Alsne and aeveral other Peterborough llovjew. Enos Bacon lectures In Wesley church here In the near future. REDUCTION 11, CABIN RATE ALL .STEAMERS St. Service Grampian ........'..-..Apr. 16 Montreal-Liverpool Service METAGAMA (New) ...May 7 MISSANABIE (New) ..May 21 METAGAMA (Mw) ...June 4 S.S. MISSA'NABIE .....June 18 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg. Spot Cash- When You Need It The untimely death of your partner will mean .the winding up of his estate for the benefit, of his heirs. Most of that estate will probably be in the business, and the heirs have the right to de- mand their share.at once, in cash. Suppose they do: where will you be, and what will happen the business? The Canada Life Partnership Protection Policy meets this very case. YOU can't make a satisfactory provision against this possible calamity because it is un- certain. It may not happen for years and it may come tomorrow. The partnership contract is the only possible way whereby the demand will be met in full and at once. The Canada Life has given much study to this, one of the greatest problems of the'business'world, and will gladly forward particulars which will interest you and perhaps save you from loss. Herbert C. Cox, President and General Manager. Wilson Skeith, Agents, Lethbridge DONALDSON LINE Large Twin-3crew Steamers. Sailing! to and from Europe. REDUCTION ll'CABlN RATE ALL STEAMERS From .From May 15...CASSANDRA...Aprif 30 JUM 9.....ATHENiA.....May 26 June 16..CASSANDRA___June 1 Full information from any 3.3. or R.R. Agent or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent. Winnipeg 349 Main Street Vancouver 531 Granville Street' udlence with "My Ain and ave for an encore "Where the RJver nannon FItfws." Mrs. Smith follow d witb and for S.he ncore sang, "K I had a thousand es to live." The programme was rought to a suitable conclusion by r. Show, who sang "The Admiral's and wound un with "Up from omerzet." After the concert the floor T eared for a dance, the Hlllcrest br- lestra supplying the music. Dancing 'ntmued until 12.30. when the half is again cleared for n. amokinK con- rt. Mr. Thomas Price presided and ened the concert by calling on Air. ro'wn for a few remarks. Mr. Brown olf the floor a few minutes, and the course of his address, look the ipo'rtunlty of thanking the employees HUlcrest Collieries, Ltd., for Uieir yalty to him during his stay among em, and trusted .that Mr, nrlnnan, ho was to succeed him as general anager, would find them as loyal as had. AVhen he called to tulnd oth- meeting of a similar nature at lich he bad spoken, and missed so any familiar faces, he felt more than ever.the great change the explosion had made in Hlllcrest. He hoped and expected-to have the pleasure of ag- ain meeting his many friends in Hlll- crest, and thanked them for the very enjoyable time they had already giv- en, and evidently Intended to give him that evening. I The chairman then ordered refresh- ments, and the serious work of the evening commenced. The following (gentlemen gave selectiona, which were much appreciated: Messrs. John iMoorhouse. Frank Earp, William Shall', Wifiiam Hutchison, William Warren, John Brown, Duncan Mc- Neil, George Vickera, George Bam- brough, John Bdmondsou, Robert Hall ami others. Thomas Brad- sJiaw very -ably officiated at the piano, Mr. Miller assisting with the violin. DONALDSON LINE Large, Twin-Screw Steamers. Sailings to and from Europe. Reduction II Cabin Kate. All Kteamers. From From May 8.. CASSANDRA ..April 24 June 12-----ATHENIA-----May' 29 i June 19.. CASSANDRA ..June 2 Full Information from any S.S. or R.R. Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, Gen- eral Agent. J Winnipeg 349 Main Street I Vancouver 531 Granvllle Street I On March 31, Mr. Brown was pre- sented with a silver service by the Coal Operators' association. Mr. Drowa Joined the C.P.R. coal department in February, 1901, remnln- Ing until the end of tlie year, fn 1902 be Joined the San Bols Coal Co., at McCurtln. Okla_, remainins until June, 1903. He then Jolnetl the C.P.R. coal department once more, opening llie Baukhead mines on the main lino, the Estevan niines in Saskatchewan, and. the Hpamer mines-In B.C. He re- miiined with the C.P.R- till November, 'when he -became genera] sup- erintendent ot the Bolen Darnall Coal Co., Kanfiiia, Arkansas anil Oklahoma. On Aprill, 1910, he became general mnn'ngcr of I ho Hillcrest Colllerlca, Ltd., which position he held till hfs resignation a few days Rgo. His plans for the Cuture are indefinite. Fine Old Gentleman Suffered 40 Years With His Kidneys He even had Hemorrhages from the Kidneys, so you may know how bad he was. Yet today, at 67 years, Mr. Allen is able to do a good day's work or enjoy.a long drive with-. out the least pain. -This is what Gin Pills did for'.him. They will do as-much for you .if you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble. --PortElgin, N.B. November 12th. "I feel it iny dntj, for the sate of those afliicted with bles, to send yon Uieic few lines about Gin Pilla. T nm about 67 years old and have been troubled with Kidney Trouble sincel This was brought on by my over-1iented and then iiUiuf on cold steps in a draught. At last, Ihacl of the Kidneys. I went io three doctors and tried most everything on the market but got no relief. I got very Treat, had pain iod laraenew in the Back; often, Iliad to lie down during thcday and Jt hurt to be on a waggon. I began to Hunk tliere was no help Tor The bleeding continued lor IB ,unlil I iuit happered to. try Gin 'Pills lias now put an eod to the trouble. .Now I can loot hick over 15 mo'ntlisnt from' inflerinjr and anxious care. I can do a lot ol all day, have no pain, although I aui still taking 2 pilJs a vveek'as they seem to things ..easier." "'JEREMIAH-.AWJ5N." Gin Pills are sold by dealers everywhere at 50c. a box, 6 boxes for S2.GO. Tri.nl treatment saul free on request. These pills can be htd in the Uuilcid Slates uncle' tlie name "GINO" tills. n National Drug A Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto SIR W. R. ROBERTSON Who has 'been named as chief of the generil staff of the British army to succeed Major General Murray. CHARGE AGAIN3T CHIEF HILL IS DISMISSED Edmonton, Alta., AprJl charge oE conspiracy.against.Chief ct j Police Plll'i was dismissed by Magis- trate Primrose thlc morning, following an application by-the prosecution to information sworn to' on which the summons was granted, by striking put the-name of Detective Haddock., an .-ex-chief of detectives. Maglatrkie Primrose rcfuBed to ai- .remarking that it appeared to -him that somft one was trying to a one; Reduced Firsl Class, Ciiii mi Sectirf Clajs-A'I Steainert Reduced ClaM, and Second All St. John to CORStCAN, April 21; HESPERIAN, April 30. SUMMER SERVICE SAILINGS I Montreal; Direct lo Glasgow PRETORiAN- May 8 SCANDINAVIAN May 22 COR31CAN, June 5 SCANDINAVIAN June 19 t, Flniit and Faiteit Steamcre In the Glaigow Service BOSTON TO PRETOBIAN, June July 9 Bur Tickets for your relatives or friends In the Old' Country from your Local Steamship or R. It: .Aient. Most nibfactcry.' W. ALLAN, W, AGENT, Wlnnlpep. Liverpool Service GRAMPIAN May .13 HESPERIAN May 27 GRAMPIAN June 10 HESPERIAN .'.....I June 24 Bolduan's Improved Gr am- standard Gophci- Poison ol1 the West. Tested with live Gophers in our Factory before being packed. Prices and 50c per package Agents J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Lcthbrldge Alberta ;