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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST THE LBTHBR1DGE DAILY fcERALD PAGE SALE AT 3rd AVL S. This is Worth Seeing WHERE RIFLES FOE NATIONALISTS WERE LANDED The map shows the relation oJ.Howth, where the Irish Volunteers' rifles were landed, to Dublin, and the road on which thp con'n'Kjt" t'6'bk', ''Ilen'th is a summer, resort and fishing station. Guaranteed _ Remedies. The Great Line of the New Era Drug Association to be Sold Exclusively at Our Store Here is the m'jst important announcement ever made to the buyers of medicinal and toilet preparations in this city. We have just succeeded in closing a contract with the ifihove well known and successful company whereby we shall be the exclusive local representatives of the N. E. D. A. line. This will mean much to the people of this city, for it will enable them to have the advantage of securing remedies that are absolutely guaranteed to do all that is claimed for them. We Join the Manufacturer in Guaranteeing these Remedies The manufacturer protects both protect 'man Here is the guarantee that is printed on every N. E. D. A. package: "If this preparation Is used according to directions and faib to do the work; take it back, with this coupon attached, to the store where purchased and your money will be refunded." TheN-E-D-A-Une E Following is the Ilat of pupils in hey, Alfred Leahcy, Kvclyn Lei- tlie Lothjridge. district, who were viH, Sadie; Lehti, Baima'; Levine, Samuel; Lobbaiun, Myrtle; Lydinrd William Solcn Charles. Low, Lucia, successful In the Grace VIII, provin- cial examinations. The Herald is in- formed that the LeUibridge schools jiassed a good percentage AjjLnd, Motel; Agnew, Alex.; Al- exander, Maynard A nil er sou, .Ervin; Anderson, Flora G.; Anderson, Wil- liam A.; Archibald, Rosanna; Arm- strong, Albert; Atkins, Howard Syd- ney. Ba1 er, Harold Mills Heath, Koss Bcnsen, Ada Mayr iiensen, Marion; __ _______, _____ Billinjsby, Blanche; Bjorkblade, I Morris, Edward; Morrison, Chester; MacDonell, Hugh G.; MacLeod, Nor- nan; Me Allen, William Jlalo, Ber- nard Malo, Leo Marshall, Douglas; Matson, Kuth B.; Matthews, Harry Matthews, George; May, Sterling Mayhood, Koss Mellor, Winnifred Minnear, Laurona ;'MidUey, Marion; Meyer, Katie Mlers, James Gordon; Mobdic, Amy Moorhouse, Leslie; Clara; Blacbmbre, Elizabeth ;IJIack- rrore, James Elaine, Marion Blue; Donald Boose, Kuth Elizabeth; 'Bratt, Verne Broadbcnt, Elizabeth; Brock, Ruby Edna Brodie, Hamll- 'ton; Brooks, Doris; Brooks, Blanche; Brown, Alice Brown, Ethel; Brown, Morrow, Laura M.; Moscovitch, Mar Moses, Iva.; McOallum, Jessie, Catthy, Edward McClenazhan, Her- bert; Nora L.; McCuukey, Carol; McCormack, Kathleen Mc- Dpnald, Hazel; McDonald, Loretta McFarquhar, McEwen, Ruby Walter E.; Bryan, Helen Bullock, i Florence McGillivray, Harold W.; Elva Bullock, Katie. j MeGinnis, Stanley Mcllvena, Hugh Camercn, All.ert "Camptcll, McKay, Wilfrid; McKlllop, Margaret; Card, Hattie Carruthers, Violet L.; 'McKillop, George B-; McKinnon, lien- Cazaly, Be-Eie M.; Chisholm, Laura frew ;_McMeekin, Sybil; McQueen, V.; Christeusen, Harry Christie, Fl -rcace V.j McVeigh, Margaret; Mc- Willirms, Annie. Ndlsori, Leo.; Ncshitt, Emma; Newinger, Kenneth Newton, Mar- garet Nicholson, Katie; Niven, Eert; Norton, Eunice. 0 e, Wesley; Ohm, Vivian; Olson, Blanche, Park, Carrie Patterson, Beatrice; Peacock, Glen; .Fentljnil, Lucile; Pe.erson, Dewey Peterson, Ireta Fiapgrass, Bubla Pilling, Leonard; Pipes, Richard -pipes, Ztna Pink- ney, Blanche Pitcher, Ruby Pit- Church, Dorothy Clarimla Clarlie, Minnie P.; Cob'ble- dici, Lowell H.j Cochlan, Violet; Connell, Edna Jane; Connors, Jamts Connor, Marie El- eanor Cook, Edith Coombs, Al- ma Cooper, Earl; Cress, Gbldie Cullum, Alexander; Culham, Irene P.; Cumming, Lyle Hazel; Forrest. Daus, Edward; Davis, Eric. Steel; Deljney, John; Dennison, Cecil L.; Dence, Verda; Dieseth, Margaret; D nshue, Seymour J.; An-1 nun, Edith F.j Plowman, Kay Por- nie Donaldson, Kenneth G.; Doug-, ter, Loie Wallace Pratt, las, Esther Leona Dry-: Gladys; Prendergast, Clark G.-' Dug- Prince, James W.; Pugh, Irene. Ran in, Gerald Ransom, Gaylord; Red, John B.; Frances; er, Motel; Duffleld, Fayette gun, Wilfred R. Egi'kston, Wilfrid Ekeland, Eva E.; Elgin, Roy Elliot, Cyril R.; j Walficn J.; Richardson, Dor Ellis.n, Alta.; Enilish, Mark.B. Richardson, Walter; Rogers, Fawns, Ellay Finlayson, Gwendo-: Ro. erfc; Rolands, Ella; Rothney, J. lie; Fischer, Emanuel; Fltseher, Murrsy Routhkdge, Blanche; Rut-h- Clurlotte; Poison, Elizabeth Fol- erford, Fenwick. son, Henry R.; Fraser, Janet Fric- 8 n, Jacob Fryer, Jobn Fred Ful- lerton, Oliver Fullmer, Lucille. Gagan, Sarah Alice; Garrjck, Ju-JMay; Sears, Max.; Shapley ia Gerlaman, Vila K.; 6-eiger, ie Shaw, Gladys .Ruth S l (for Altar Shaving) Iran end with Malt Branchlal-TrochM Cold Tablets end SMM. Syrup Cough nalfef and Foot Hair Rentiww Healing Balm Kldnay Porfumed Talcum Sore Throat Tooth Powdar Worm Baby Cough Syrup Blachbcrry DlarrhoM Ram. ady CeniFhotwtMl Whlla N. E. D. A. ComMnMfaii Corn Rimoirar Cream EHilr, Wild Charty and Ext. Cad Uvar OU Family Salvtt Lakie, Jean S.; Samuel; Lea- Salmnn, Je-nic Sehill, Rosemary; Scfuvamdt, Pearl F.; Scctt, Mirel, Gwyn Scratch, Marjor- Sherwocd, Myrtle Shisld, Mary Shillah, Carl; Simmons, Sarah' Simpson, Helena; Sm'th, Evelyn Smith, Havelock H.; Smith, Marshall; Smith, Sn Alexander Snyder, Static, Fernio Stafford', Dorothy ilord, Rena Alice Stark, L. AI- terta Stwidard, Guy W.; Stothers, COWAN CIRC Ten Milk Chocolate Animals Jemie 'Stctt, Frank Switzer, Ila. Svvitzer; ot, Eeniice Taylor, Gwem; Taylor, Muriel; Tayldt, Sarah'B.; Ethel ..Jerrjll, .Kathleen j Terry, Tjirmey, BQatrice. Tf Iton, ClTicrtl Toomer, Genevieye; Tracy, Martha; Tripp, ucker, Eric Tuiteland, Virtue, KranciVW. AValdron, John Vinceift; Harry Watson, Alexan- Fernie alone tor this purpose and they are pouring into 1'hat dis- dsr; Weaver, j are stationed on ail mountan trails from the burned area and the Clarence .Gladys Wilcox, names Of coming out arc taken. tiT.ii A pledge IlkeHiat.cotild not bo placed behind a ilh6 of goods that did not represent the highest quality. Thenanio N. E. D. A. syrup kidney preparations, tonics, storiiacli and ifver remedies, cold creams tooih preparations, etc. About fifty superior preparations arc Included in the line article prepared irom the purest Ingredients with tho formula pub- lished on the package and guaranteed to meet purpose for which Intended. Kemeniatr ilio name ana the guarantee on every packaf 'cry package. Pronoonca It nnd be soro Ilils trada marie ll on BTWT Dachmra won bur. Como In nnd lol M loll you nun about thta tine. GnUbf l( llubeu ifi" met did, ami unlng t will win gralitudo lo ihli "MI Frank Hedley Drug Co. Lethbridge, Alberta! 11. rcr.ce GiUge, Gerttude Annie-; George, Eris; Gidman, William; Goodman, Eva; Gordon, Izy. FtorciKC; Hamilton, Enid Hamilton, Jessie Haanilton, Lillian Harvey, Alice L.; Haslam, Florence Hawthorne, Ituth Haw- thorne, Archie Head, Doris Grace Heap, Constance M. B.; HedOMtrom, Verna I-IeMnrer, Owen Piratt; Hew- C.; Hygin'.olhajn, Mar- lorie; Norman Hof- l ad, Lvella; Harold Holt, Mary Hopwah, Joseph Hors- Lucille; Hudson, Clarence A.; Ms.qn, La Vern Hudson, La Bon; iii'aricr Hunt, Clara; Hun- ter, Bessie Husband; Walter Hys- sop, Oliier. JacVson, Clarence Alton Jenldns, S. Walter Jensen, Afton Jensen, Ruby Johnson, Edna Johnson, Edwin G. Keith, Hazel M.; KeHicut, Flor- ijice Kennedy, Stella1 Marie Kip- in, Cassie Kcrr, Margaret; King, Joulah Bel e; King, Lois Grace; Cnight, Ivcnneth; Knowles, Thom- Laing, Alice; Lalng, Chester; John: Wymlcr, Cecil. I tiie fire Every possible effort is be- Lakie, Anderson; .Yers, ir...mia yddor, Lewis i'in? to assist these people and are expected from scouts and relief parties sent in, in order that it 'may he known exactly what the situation Is and what steps can fe taken to rush' !n assistance. The tow; s of Elko on -the west and Hosmer and Corhin on the 'oast were Fern'c, Aug. fires in this ders n's ramp of the C.P.R. about'in grave denser on Sunday Mon- vicir.ity continue to increase with un-, fi. e miles fi'oin the town of Bull riv- d y. In fact, Cnrhin, whibh' had relating persistency. While the town er, the ori in of which cannot he at- cnly week suffered the loss oi a of Fernio is not in any immediate tri ivtcJ to any specific cause, but num'er of large buildings on account dan er every precaution is being tak- with the prolonged dry spell a spark: of fire, was again visited on Monday ;n to prevent any fires from gaining almcst anywhere in the and every male person there was ny -headway adjacent to the town. woods at the present time, and fan- commandeered in fighting the flames 'Ihe worst fire in the history with ned now common winds soon in- end it came within fifteen yards of the exception of the big Fernie fire crcasi into nn uncontrollable confiag- the Iprge coal tipple and in spite of of 180S, is naw raging in what is ration. Th: loclity in which the Bull the efforts of some four hundred men Incwn as the Bull river district some river fire started is heavily timber- it Ico1 od as if the town was doom- fifteen miles by direct line, west of, cd r.nd cwing to a'terrific gale blow- rod, but on account of the wind he-re. This lire started on Saturday the fire was beyond control in an shift'nz, alt-hough not decreasing in afternoon in the nei0hi.orhood of Hen- extremely short space of time, and velocity, -the fire jumped nearly three- Get whole train of tkeifk, put up a valiant fight on Monday af-1 that Possibly could be ternoon and all Monday night. .wcre valley tcing quite narrow the es- ca e cf the men in cutting the timler was in no time cut off. There, are some fourteen camps in the valley' and in them were about seven hundred persons, the majority of the population are men, but there are also women and children, and greit anxiety is felt by all for the safety of these people. Officials in charge of this kind have placed hundreds of mra at work en- deavoring to suppress this fire, but; FS vet without avail Fully three ca JLU j iwjjii.ii.j uv.-aiuc mtiiin-c tu uiLV men have Jreen Despatched town Men were dispatched from Elko and Fernie was aslced was promptly dispatched. This quarters of a mile to a point where' ness about live miles west of Elko the town was out of Hosmer that a flrc had started there.. All of men batthcl with the fire ele- ment, people buried their belongings and the women and children were east of tho town to the Elk The wind changing, coupled w it'll tha human effort, prevented Hos- mer bfing doomed to a fiery grave. .The fire at Elko started-labe'oa' Sun- day afternoon and with unbelievable the Fo ert; AVjlde, Elsie; Williams, Bea- up to the trice; Williams, Ellen Williams, ]iave Scott, H.; Wilsrn, Annie Winter, trails into Slacl; Wolfe, Derrick; Wolfe, Ken- "in neth Woollcy, A Woslyng, j the Bull river aistrict surrounded by trict from all points of the compass. fjro raged aW Sunday night and all Belief parties withi_ supplies food day Monday, and hero again the wiml i_ _ changing took the fore back on itself from the town. Monday afternoon, While the Elko- fire was raging, a call came from the town of Caith- present ahout one dozen their way over these Fernie and report that the John Wynder, Cecil. Yers, Virbima Tbdor, Young, Darnz'.; Yuill, Williard. spared from Iter ten hours' unceasing labors were repaid by having the fire under control, DON'T WANT TO FIRHT FOR DER KAISER Aug. was a rush of Germans of all classes to the Home Office today to secure British, naturalization papers. 39 KILLED IN RAILWAY WRECK Joplln, Mo., Aug. kno'wn to be dead, eight missing, and twenty-five dangerously was toll up to noon today oi' lust night's wreck at Tipton when a Kansas City Southern passen- ger train, and gasoline motor car col- lided head-on. FIGURES IN LARGE CANADIAN BANK MERGER Prominent figures in the merger of Lhc Metropolitan Bank and the Bank of Nova Scotia. S. .1; Moore ia' pre- ot tile Metropolitan Bank. Sir Mortimer Clar'Kd and Messrs. ,1. ftyrie and John1 First'brook are directors, and Hon. N. Currle of Montreal Is a Nova Scotia. CENSORSHIP ON NEWS OF CANADIAN DEFENSE Quebec, Aug. newspapers ot Canada were today given instruc- tions not to publish any information regarding the steps taken by the military authorities for tho defense of Quebec or any ether port la Can- ada Holeproof Fine, Sheer Summer Hosiery Guaranteed to Wear Six Months Wear Holeproofs at tennis, golf, cross-country walking or .dancing. Treat them as you would treat any other hose. Here are hose forwJiole fami- lies that.offer exceptional quali- ties. Hose of perfect style and comfort. Hose oi the lightest, sheerest weights if you -want, them. .Six pairs will actually last six months, and often longer, without any need of darning. JJosicizf For Ment Women and Children i ,M) per box and up for six pairs of men's; per bos aaijl up for six pairs at women's; per box for fourpairsofinfants'. and for six pairs; women's cashmere stockings for six pairs. Above boxes giinnmteed "l six months. per box three pnlrsof children's, three months. per bos ;or.three pairs of men's Holcproof socks; per box for three pairs of woracn'3 silts Holeproot stockings. Boxes of silk guaranteed three months. If any pairs fail to wear the specified., time, we promptly and gladly replace them with new pairs free. Holeproof Hosiery Co. of Canada, Ltd. London, Ontario The Simpson Co. Limited Agents for Lethbridge ;