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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9, 1910 Till-; I.KTHHHIIXiK DAILY llKKtiLl) PAGE FIVB A Novel Attraction R.N.W.M.P. GROUNDS How Lydia ElPinkham'sVeg- etable Compound Kept Her Weil and Strong. Lincoln, have used Lydim JE. Pinkham's. Vegetable Compound for ten years with good results four' healthy .chil- dren. This sijmmer I was in a very'run down condition and, very hotweather seemeu more than I could statAl, but I commenced taking y6ur Compound in June.and from then until' September 25th, when my last haby was born, I got alonp much better than I had before.' My naby was s girl and weighed 14 Hcv. A. II. Denoon Not Allowed' to Sever Conection With J Knox Congregation of Marleod mel hi Knox church Lethbridge, yesterday. The purpose of the meeting was to deal with UK; resignation ol' the Hev. L'ondon, David Lloyd in .the house I the .second U'eorgt1, secretary for of commons today, IIHMI reading _ pf, the civilians the! rigtit to' sijjpejir- finforo military as witnesses and also pro- vldliiR that "In cases wherein civilians were implicated, the court might hft composed of civilians as as of- The secretary 'explained that the Commencing at 8 o'clock A. II. Ueuoun, paslor of the. ing been tendered owing to .Mr. bm ffajj duc jo ]atn Ar. noon being called to go overseas f thur Basil Marktmm. im-mbur of pur- Ilameiit. who bad brought certain mat- ters to his -notice. This ig the bill which has gi my uttuy a gin nuu wcigijtu Witll the 113th battalion as their chap- I pounds at birth, and 1 recovered very lain. rapidly which I am sure was due to your A large number of representatives, medicine, lam well and strong now, from the Session. .Managers, Ladies'! rlse_ to rumors of the coming trial of nurse my baby and do all my work. I j Aid and from the W.M.S. wore pres- had the same good results with your !eill protest against the resignation medicine when needed before my other j Of their jiaijtor lacing accepted bv tiie vRHONE 1224 j a high of the war office. A Jolly Time is Assured Proceeds in Aid of Red Cross Society children csinc and they are all healthy. My mother has token your medicine with equal satisfaction. She had her last child when nearly 44 years old and feels confident she never would have carried him through without your help, as her health was very T- F. CLOYD, 1355 North Gulick Ave, De- catur, 111. Espectant mothers should profit by Mrs. Cloyd's experience, and'trust to Ly- dia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. Free confidential advice had by ad- dreping Lydia -E. Pinkham Co., Lynn, MasaT-' Presbytery. The congregation through j its representatives presented a very strongly worded resolution, praying j that the pastoral tie he not dissolved and asking that leave of absence be granted their pastor until after the 1 termination of the Another j equally strong resolution was present- ed from the Ladies' Aid asking for a i si m i In r issue. Ottawa. Aug.'. request been received from the war office for the supply by Canada of several hun- dred .supernumerary officers for subal- tern commands. Wastage among lieu- tenants commanding platoons 1ms been particularly heavy during the present offensive ancl-th.e need of such officers exceeds that for other ranks. ARTHUR HENDERSON RESIGNS SOCIALISTS DENOUNCE GERMANS Paris. Aug. National Council f French Socialists which is holding ts quarterly session here, adopted to- ay by a vote of to a mo- ion providing for the severance of nternational rela'tlona nan Socialists Aug. 3. .Arthur Henderson president of the hoard of the Brit- ish cabinet, has resigned his portfolio. re- eently had been strongly crit- Seized both in parliament aud by tiie newspapers, much .dis-.. satisfaction being expressed over his administration pf. the j education In which he'was deolarqd-to havc'failed meet the-present denian'd for a reform of the nation's ednca- tional V come he felt that it was his dmy to accept. Me then referred tiie' strategic importance of Knox church in the city of Lethbridge; the injury that would naturally result from the prolonged absence of the pastor; and the necessity for having the pulpit constantly .supplied with the right man. Me referred in glowing terms to the loyalty of tlie people of Knox congregation; to tlie completeness of its organizations; to the business-Iiki manner in which everything was says that'- unconfirmed reports have been received there that the Turkish cabinet 'has fallen. The London Times' Constanza cor- respondent teleprapbs as follows, un- der date of August 3: _ The movement in Constantinople against Enver Pasha and the commit- tee of Union and Progress is rapidly gaining strength. The old Turk party .has been latterly reinforced by the clandestine adhesion of many import- ant persons who, while openly pro- loyalty to the policy of (lie "j Young Turks, secretly favor the cause Miss Jciin MeKenzie has lei't to spend her holidays in Kdmonion. Misses Vent anil Stella Kennedy left yesterday afternoon to. spend a weuk'a holiday at Oiilgary and Banff. Mr. J. It. Oliver-returned today from Banff. Mrs. Oliver and family are re- maining until the end of the month.- Rev. .1. .M. and .Mrs. Pnwrctt and family of Coahlale. left today for Cal- gary and Kd imin ton. where they will spend the next month. Mrs. A. Macleod, who has been spending some weeks in Kdinonton, re-: turned today and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. C. McCluro. The members of the Willard W.C. T.I', will hold their regular meeting and meet for sewing on Friday even- ing at the home of Mrs. Humphries. llth street south. Mrs. Duff and Mrs. S tarries left yesterday afternoon for Calgary and Vc'greville, where they will visit Mrs. Duff's daughter, Mrs. Pane. The 113th battalion lays claim to I tho smallest recruit in the Canadian army. He. weighs seven and one-half j pounds and', son of Capt. Me-j Sunday News-Tele-1 to bo associated with them in carry- ing on the work of the church in Lethbridge. But he said that for the good he cause, for the welfare of tiiu congregation, because of the j runts, secretly uivor the causei entente allies and steadily aim I at tlie.'overthrow of Enver and his partisans. Their resolve to put an em to the present regime has been quick sued by'the 'prospect of approaching [ruin of Turkey. Once their plan Id ir felt that in his judgment there j from no other course open to him but' to the >ente-nte powers" ami relation which Lethbridge holds the southern part, of this province resign. The congregation, by the resolu- tions above referred too, and by the iddresaes of the many representa- tives present, advocated very strong- ly 'the necessity for Mr. Denooo con- tinuing to be the pastor of the con- gregation, even although for the time being .his services were .demanded elsewhere. In this view the members of tho. Presbytery present iieartily concurred. Mr. Denoon af-1 ter some deliberation deferred to the wishes of his congregation ami the Presbytery, and it was agreed that he he granted leave of absence for six months or until such time as is nec- essary after the expiration of 'the Waterton Lakes Roads Like a Billiard Table Four Hours by Auto from Lethbridge to Hunter and Lee's Camp on the Bay New Government Turnpike Riyer -Well to Our From Cards ton by Way of Mountain View. _______ ______ COME GET ACQUAINTED WITH. J KATES: AMERICAN" PLAN PER DAY EUROPEAN PLAN PER DAY 75e BOOK YOUR ORDERS NOW NEWS F.ROM (From Our Own Two-Fifteen, Aug. Irwin, in- spector of demonstration farms gave a talk on the different phases of farm- ing here, also demonstrated differ- ent methods of tillage In the various plots of the Dominion Illustration sta-. tion on the farm of Wm. Kinder, Sec- tion 30-2-15. last Saturday. Th'ere was a good attendance and Mr. Ir- win's talk was both interesting aho" instructive. Mr. Irwin reported it as' the best meeting he I1 ad held. The great heat of the past week' is hastening crops toward maturity. Rain would bo an .acceptable factor! in filling the heads at the present1) time. Wm. Snapp.of Kansas and Miss Lila Snapp of Montana are visiting at L. R. Snapp's this week. Jerry Lewis is here from Iowa for a short time looking after his farming interests. James pliphant, who is in the" hos- pital at Medicine Hat is reported to be in a very serious condition. Mrs. Shuts, of Iowa, has been visit- ing "with her sister, Mrs.-Cornwall. James Obern went tq Sun- day. powers" and averting an impending catastrophe. "Their however, hither to been frustrated by tha rigorous mea- sures of precaution taken by the Young Turks and the Germans and it is now recognized that in the present circum- stances an effort to revolt would have no chance of success. Meanwhile, En- ver remains master of the situation and spreads: terror'on every side. .Ex- ecution's, open and secret, are almost of daily'occurrence.' "For the present Enyer's enemies dissimulate their hostility to. the gov- secretly fostering tlie growing discontent.' "Derribhstralions have been organ- ized' of Moslem women who besiege the. ministry "of waiy crying 'Give us back our husbands, sons and brothers.' FEEDING THE" HUNGRY London. Aug. foreign .office tomorrow will send .a memorandu to Walter Ilines Page, the American ambassador, which will leave the way open for a resumption of the negotia- tions for.reeding the civilian popula- tion pf the' German occupied' areas the conditions for'which as laid down by Great Britain were recently reject- ed by Germany. The memorandum will suggest that the United Stales government can re-opeii the question' if it considers such a stop advisable or useful. GREAT FOREST FIRE Paris, Aug. great, fire in.n [pr- Pt near Savona, Italy, along a front of three mil; t! is patch reported from .Rome. Two thousand soldiers Iiave bceii sent to tight .the fire, the cause of which- 's Packet of WILSON'S F1Y PADS WORTH OF ANY NSflCKY ri V CATCHER Rome, Aug. S. via Aug. As a result of presentations mado by Cardinal' Lucon. Die Archbishop Rlieims, regarding tho deportation of the! 'inhabitants of the invaded dis- tricts.of, Northern France, the Vatican through Cardinal Hartiaann, Archbishop of Cologne, has placed the allegations in the case before the Ger- man government. 11 The Vatican communication virtual- ly repeats Cardinal Lucon's protest without. comment. AN IMPORTANT LETTER FALLS. "I was miserable, out and dragging around. My iega could scarcely sup- port me. My hua- barid._had read about 'Favorite Prescription' and He got me to use it. I used four bottles an'd the resulta were slirpnsing. I got stronger, was loss nervous, my appe- tite improved and I -V__-i felt Hkfe a new per- EOIU is the best medicine for women! have, ever lieard of..''.. -r-MitsJ A. Ave., Niagara There is nothmg. bring coni- fort 'and renew'' hopd" '-the invalid so surely T When the vilal forces lire ebU and .everything aeenis 'liaeloaj. H' r'uy assur- ance Will atimulate body to new effort and encfgji.: jA letter from loved drib has turned in-mauy a s Write -him to-day and tell hinV'yoiir "troubles, and he will send you just, the right Advice to regtore you 16 'health and bring back, tho- rosce to your checks, and .without charge. Hia ''Favorite Prescription" 'has 'been thb coicue-of 1-houBands.of .Buffering women. Many paticntf have taken Dr. Piercc's'advice. f -.--t Motjiers, if your daughters are weak, lack ambition, are troubled with hcAd- aphos, lassitude aiid are pale, and sickly, Doctor, Picrcr'a (''nvorite i'rescription IP just' what they need to aurclv bring the blboin hciilth to their uheeka and make them strong an It ia_ remedy becarnxs ita arc on wrapper. itt cither tablet or liquid form. gram. The regular meeting of the Wo- men's Civic Club will be held at the V.M.C.A. at four o'clock on-Thursday afternoon. 'The -executive will meet at 3.30. A itil] attendance is request- ed as there is business of importation to be transacted. Great interest is being taken in the "Cake Walk" that is to take place to-! morrow S o'clock at the bar-; racks grounds under the auspices of I ery surrounds the program that has been planned but _ every one is assured of an unusual anc an enjoyable time, in which the ba and eakes will figure largely. At the conclusion of the Cake-Walk, which by the way is not a dance, dancing will take place in the mess room oi the barracks. The donors of cakes are asked to leave'-them at the sergeant's headquar- ters, on the right of the main entrance, on 4th avenue, by 7 o'clock tomorrow. Six nurses will be Alberta's quota to tlie next contingent leaving shortly for overseas service. -These nurses left last night for the east, and spend a short time at Kingston be- fore sailing, probably from Montreal. The party- included Miss Beatrice Dempsey Baker, of Calgary, Miss Mar- aret A. Kennedy of-Edmonton, Miss Leila Batty of Edmonton, Miss E. M. Vegreville, Miss Leonie La Chapelle -of-Kdmonton and Miss Hel- en Noble of Lethbridge. Miss Noble is well known in Lethbridge and the surrounding district where she has done private nursing for a number 'Of At Knox manse .yesterday the wed- ding of air. Percy Lewis Kerswill and Miss Hattie Louisa Kerswill. both of Wilson Siding, took place. The cere- mony was performed, by Rev.- A, H. Denoon. In Robertson Presbyterian church, Idmontpn, the.marriage of Miss-Ethel Stewart, .daughter of Mrs. Mary Stew- art of 'Lethbridge, and -Mr. Wm. E. Simpson, only son of Mr. and- Mrs. D. A'. Simpson, of Lethbridge, was sol- emnized yesterday; The ceremony was performed R. G.- Stewart ft the prcsenue-'oC the bride's sister, "Mrs. A. Macleod of Lethbridge, and brother, Stewart of Edmon- on; Mr. Edmonton; Miss- es Benuet and Lebaux; Calgary. Irame- liately after the ceremony, tlio bride nd groom le.fUto jgpend a few weeks at Gull returning they vill reside at 10645 125th street, Ed- monton. JAPANESE VICE-ADMIRAL.DEAD Tokio, Aug.. Hiko- ndjo Kamimura Japanese navy, s dead. He was years of age; and was one of, the niost prominent offi- cers in'the Japanese-navy. As com- second squad; ron, took an important part in the luESo-Japaneae war, and .is believed .0 have led in the naval assault with the British squadron against the Ger-. man base at Tsing-Tao, China, 1014: s Watch Thursday's An- nouncement for the most wonderful Silki Values that... have ever been put forth in this City. Included -in 'rliis a assortment of Handsome Silks will' be seen. India Silk Crepes. Crepe de Cheap. Xinons, Taffetas, Tub Silks. Flowered Crepes Plan De Soix and Broeade Silks, etc. Do not miss this opportunity to buy silks for voui' gown at half price and less. On Sale Friday and Saturday only HUDSON'S BAY CO. RED CRO.SS NOTES The following is .the report of .work done from July 5 to July 26. Eastern Star: 1 day shirt, 1 surgical shirt, 1 .apron, 1 bedside bag, 7 fomentation wringers; 3 many-tailed bandages G. I. 3 surgical.shirts, 5 T band- ages, 11 many-tailed bandages. Knox Ladies' Aid: 11 surgical shirts 8 pyjanams, 3 nurses'. aprons, r ice- bag cover, fi sheets, cases, 4. fomentation- wringers, fi. bed- pan cov era, 2 T bandages, 5 many-tailed band- ages. St. Cyprian's W. A.f 1 day slurt, 3 surgical pyjamas, 4-sheets, 3 T bandage, 10 many-tailed bandages. St. Patrick's Aid: 2. day surgical shirt, 3 pajamas, -1, pillow T bandages, 1 many-tailed bandage. Teachers: 2 icebag .covers, .1? .T bandages, 30 many-tailed bandages W. C. T. U.: 1 surgical'shirt, 1'help- les's 'shirt, 1- bed jacket, Wesley Ladies' 'Aid: 1 day G surgical bed jacket f pajam as, 2 nurses' apions d 4 pillow cases, 5 fomentation 6 T mndages, '4 many-tailed banuages St. Andrew' Aid surgical shirts 2 leipless shirts, t bed jackets nursqs aprons ii bed side bags. _ Broom: G surgical shuts 2 leipless shirts, 10 ,4 .day .shirts, -t shirts, 2 bed ja'ckets. Mrs. Green: -a pil- low cases, -7 -fomentation, wringers, 50. iiandkeichiefs; G abdominal, binders i slings. Hardievillc-: 3 day'shirts, 4-surgical shirts', G pajamas 1_ icebag covers 2 bandages, 19 many-tilled ban'dagea. Mrs. Harvey? 6-surgicnl shirts I. O. D. day'shirts.. 6 surgical shirts, 2 surgeons" coats: Mrs. Stanley Klr'ffham: 2 .surgical 2' pajamas Sirs. Horsepool: 1 pajsaa" 'Mrs. Lomas: 3 Mrs.'Newringer 1 surgical Latter Day Saints 5 day shirts, 9 surgical shirts, 6. iprons, 3 icebag covers, 2. bedside mgs, covers. Mrs. Sloan: 3 bedside 5. luind- .erchlefs. Mrs. Alvin Ripley: 12 icebag covers 7 handkerchiefs, 2 pair surgical stock- ings, 3 bags., Mrs. Robert Ripley: 3 sliirts. Mrs. J. S. Stewart: 2 helpless shirts. Washbrook: 10 surgical 8 pajamai, 7 aprons, 12 ice- bag covers, S baja, 4 pairs gical stockinga, 1 T baadage, 6 maniv: bandages. Mrs. Sandbach: 7 Bumieal shirts, 2 pajamas. Mrs. Van Heck: 2 surtieal shirts. Mrs. Watt: 6 surgical shirts. MrsrHuBh 'Mrs. J. Davidson: 6 day shirts. '2 nurses' aprons Soros is Society of Crystal 3 slings, 12 many-tailed bandages St. Augustin's W. A.: 6 T bandages, G many-tailed bandages Art Needlework Club: ,10 T band- ages J many-tailed bandages. Children of Mary: ]4 T many-tailed bandages Mrs. Primrose: fi T bandages Queens of Avaloh of Westminster Church: 11 helpless shirts Lillie ti wash cloths (knitted) Miss Dunlop spent many hours in finishing "and altering work. One bag of work .left at the room without a name contained .2, fomentat- 'on pair surgical 'stockings, 2 sheets ,aud 50 handkerchiefs. p The report "socks for Mrs Davidson, L pr.; 4 ,.pr.., Mrs 3 pr Mrs AlcClure 2 nr "Mrs D V Simpson 1 pr Mrs F Phil lips, 1 pr.; Mrs. Filiner, 1 pr.; Mrs. H. Low 3 pr Mrs Freeman, 2 pr Mrs% Ritchie, 1 pr. For Mrs. Armstrong, 1 pr. Mrs. 3, pr Mrs Nelson 3 pr Mrs Penne fathei "5 pr Mrs Daudson, 1 pr tl Mrs. Boyd, 1 pr.; rWhite.School House District, -4. pr. Deport pf the cutting committee is as Mrs. E. N. HIglnbbthani, 35 pairs of priv- ate property bags, 2 46 bedside pockets; Mrs. R.'S. Smith and Mrs.-J. Davidson, 23 pajamas; Mrs.'.J. Davidson and Mrs. Collins. as; Mrs. Stoltz and Mrs. Broom, 42- pajamas Mrs A Ball and Mrs TV P Roy, 167 surgical" shirt'i During July -603 have been; pressed by Mrs. Mall and Mri-Kpy; The above reports show that a great deal of work..has, been accomplished during the pant mqnth but the August report should ev-en better Many .more workers are ncaded. You find tUe.Red .which .are. open afternoon, very cool and pleasant. Mrs Stoltz, Superintendent of .Yforlr. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE Newly-renovated and Enlarged Iii Bonier to acconiodiitc our of patrons we have enlarged our qtiartei'h and added A Modernly-Equipped Dining Room The Best and Cheapest Place to1 Eat in the City Now LUNCH CAFE FIFTH STptET ;