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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE LKTHBK1DGE DAILY HERALD To acid to the life and beauty of woollens. flannels, laces and all kinds of lensitive LUX thb incomparable clean- ser. LUX is the puro es- sence of fine Boop, in flakes It dissolves readily in hot water-makes a cream-like lather which cannot injure fine fabrics or dainty hands. Just try LUX. Won't Shrink '.Woollen! Harvest Work Men wishing to work in har- vest fields.should come to bridge between 15th and 25th of August. WE GUARANTEE WORK.AT GOOD WAGES J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE Made in Canada by Level' Limited. Toronto. Sergt. Arthur H. Yep, of the lS7th has died of typhoid fever. The young man's death has occasioned more in- quiry into the condition of Sarcee ,Camp, where, it is stated, several cither cases of tyjVoid have develop- ed lately. The infection, some alleged Is due to unsanitary conditions .there. RUBBER STAMPS Modo In Lethbrldse by Herald Job Department. Phone 1252. CASE THE RELIABLE Threshing Machinery (Write, phone or call for prices and terms. M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 651 TALCUM POWDER A PERFECT powder for toilet or nursery. inimitable purity quaBtp, and British made for British inaia ana man In addition to ingredients which, give it an indescrib- ably antiseptic action beneficial to a or, irritated skin Put np in two sizes. Other rwy popular Vinolia Talcums are Bonnie Prince Charlie, Liril and Vinolia Geranium. Allgooil druggists 1 and stores sell them. VINOLIA CO. LIMITED London, Paric Toronto Ogilyie s ROYAL HOUSEHOLD Flour has won its way to the front Today it is recognized by His Majesty the King and His Critical and Fastidious Highness, Public ppin- iuii, ab Canada's Best Flour Canadian High-graclo Flours the World's Standard Whether used in the Palace of the King or the farmhouse on the prairies, OGILVIE'S ALWAYS gives satisfaction WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., 4 SAM DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGE M in London Chronicle) is the better, that one's work or one's good stories should live long- est? Perhaps the hard answer is that It depends on the work and the stor- ies Somebody once said to Sir John Heimiker Heatoii that his great work would never be forgotten. "Perhaps not" he replied, "but all good stor- ies will be forgotten, even by my children." Always the Imperial Penny Post will be a monument to Sir John, an increasing monument. As for his stories, his daughter, Mrs. Adrian Por- ter gives some of them the perman- ence of print in his "Life and Letters, a goodly volume which John Lane publishes this morning. The member for Canterbury was In the House of Commons for more than a quarter of n century, and incident- ally was the pioneer of "tea on the Terrace." When he was not "ftt the House" he was travelling, and he died at Geneva on his way from Carlsbad after the Great War broke out Thus his death came tragically, for'he was yearning to be homo, but lie had loved a full life and achieved the task to which he set himself when he entered the House of One evening he was dining there with Lord Randolph Churchill when the latter was in a mood halt" pessi- mistic, half playful. Their wants were attended to by nn old waiter called Brown, a well known character in the members' dining room. "Ah, said Lord Randolph, "It's a great comfort to feel that whan I die I can at least be sure that Brown will put a wreath, on my grave." "With. the greatest of pleasure, my replied the faithful Brown, step- pine forward with a low bow. if was Lord Randolph who, when the clouds were gathering, said to an obscure member. "Would it comprom- ise you to get me a glass of It was of Gladstone that another mem- ber, name also unknown, said, "Oh, he has gone to the provinces to explain the difference between Eternal and Everlasting." Though Honnlker could tell that "good his Parliament- ary hero was always Gladstone, and they had various friendly exchanges. His friendships were not limited by his and he thought the hon- our of being the most popular man in the House belonged to Mr. Lewis Har- court. Echoes of the Lobby Long ago a young Welsh member made rather a striking speech, Henniker Heaton stopped him in the Lobby to congratulate, him. Many years later air.'Lloyd George surprised "H. H." by recalling the in- cident, adding, "You were ths first Tory member who ever. said, an en- couraging word to-me, and I Ivave not forgotten it." The customs of the House wound themselves into Henniker Heaton, and he Idved .them. But he never would quote with gay approval a remark made by >Mr. -Birrell oil-the matter of the Whips: "I mar, inadvertently, have gone home for dinner occasion- ally, but, gentlemen, when you have to choose between an angry Whip and an angry "wife-----? Sir Richard Webster had a good Whips story, a storr wherein Whip No. 1 sain to Whip No. 2: think I ought, in justice, to ex- plain that my member broke his leg this afternoon, and so could not at- tend." said No. 2. "I will forgive you, but only because my man whom I paired with your man Is deadl" The extraordinary nerve and de- tachment of Parnell are illustrated in a Henniker Heaton memory of him. On the very afternoon that he repud- iated the letters attributed to him, by tha and denounced them' as forgeries in the House of Com- mons, he spoke, to the; Lob- by. "What do you think'he'said? I have just read in the afternoon paper that a mountain of gold has been discover- ed in Western Australia and that some tons of the specimens have been sent home to you." H." replied that it and gave Parneil. aboiit'Ja wWegtassful of the "crushing." He (look it away with him, bewilderment of his pa'rty no one saw hftn "for1-a we'ek, and very few knew Oh that day week, almost at'the same hour, he again appeared in the Lobby. Walking up to "H. H." he said smilingly. 'T have analysed the specimens and they go 32 ounces of gold to the ton." H. H." said he was wrong. Parnell took from his pocket a scrap of paper and read "Twenty-seven ounces of gold and five ounces of silver." This was exactly the analysis which the professional metallurgists had found, and "H. H." said so. "The fact said Parnell, "I take an interest in the matter, I have a small work- shop in the mountains of Wicklow, some portion of which I own." "Corrk, Yer Another notable Irishman, Sir Char- les Gavan Duffy, is the hero of this anecdote: At Nice one morning when "H. H." was having dejeuner with him. Sir Charles called over a waiter to teli him that he wanted the claret bottle to be corked. he began, but forgot the French word; ou uchon all the time waving the ciui'tii' on high, "what the devil's the "Sliure and is it corrk yer honour was .afther said a melHfluous voiftfi in llifi nm'p.sf Tinnprnry ami the' "garcon" bailed as a com- patriot by Sir Charles. i 'Henniker Heaton had no regard for: Scotland for the convincing reason that on his only visit to the "north! countree" it rained. But he liked Ire-; land, Irishmen and Irish yarns, es-: pecially one he heard from Chief Jus- tice Morris of-------- A poor Irishman Is about to be tried for moonlighting, and his indignation when hfB counsel asked him what de- fence he wished to make. ,is ut a deftnce ye'd be afther havin' me: make? Snure, an' don't I be telHn' the1 foreman of the Jury la me cousin. 'Mike that's me We learn that it H." who in- An Coffee In 1 and 2 pound also Fine Ground for Perco- 173 troduced the amazing i5e Rougemont to Sir George Newnes, but in these words: "1 am sending you the most interesting man in the world or the biggest liar in the either case he will be equally useful to you." A shrewd appreciation of a stranger, for he had never seen Do Rougemont before; and here, by way of anecdote, is a shrewd appreciation of her grac- ious Majesty Queen Victoria: To the Duke of Norfolk, as Post- master-General, fell the duty of con- veying to Queen Victoria the news of the introduction of Imperial Penny Postage. "When does this come into inquired her Majesty. thought of the Prince's re- plied the Duke. In an instant the Queen, ever mindful of her supreme authority, had drawn herself up. "And what she inquired in her most icy tones, But the Duke was equal to the emergency. The Prince of Peace, Christmas Day." he replied quickly. t tij Hiit Mrs. Adrian Por- ter has done justice to her father's stories, and besides, given us an alive picture of the "man himself and his work. LSIAINOF 1C. PUT FRECKLES Now is the Time 'to Get Rid of These Ugly Spots. There's no longer the Slightest need of feeling ashamed of your freckles, as the prescription is guaranteed to remove these homely spots. Simply get an ounce of double from any druggist and apply a little of it night and morn- ing and you should soon see that even the worst freckles have begun to dis- appear, while the lighter ones .have vanished entirely. It is seldom that more than an ounce is needed to com- pletely clear the skin and gain a beau- tiful clear complexion. Be sure' to ask for the double strength oh tine as this is sold under guarantee of money back if it fails to remove Quo., Aug. 'three ;hundred'persons' accepted the invitation of the officials of the Can- adian Pacific''Railway to attend the formal opening, of tho new Palace in- Quebec After the, opening' ceremonies ;ii banquet was served after; ynich .'speeches of congratulation .were made by Kir Lor- inbr Gouin, Hon: T. Ch'asu Cassvnin, Hon. Dr. Lavigueur, and others. -Mr. F. L. Wanklyn and A. Mc'Eier- spoke for the C.-P. R-. and many more improvements m Quebec.. The "new station was thrown open after the banquet and the lirst train it last night at 11.55. The old will be demolished Immod- -Jately to .make, room for a public place.' the guests and especially thanked the ministers of the Ottawa cabinet for honoring the occasion with their presence. He stated that the new station was the result of the realization by the Can- adian Pacific Railway of the fact that Quebec Imd outgrown the other build- ing. He congratulated Mr. Pringle, the architect for the success of his efforts and characterised the.new sta- tion as a worthy monument of Que- bec and a worthy portal en- tering Canada by the St. Lawrence .gateway. Ho presented -Mayor Lavigneur with a silver key bearing the arms of Que- bec and those of the C.P.R. Mayor Lavigueur in a very lengthy spend: congratulated the railway on its en- terprise in giving such a superb mon- ument to Quebec, which was earn- est of the good intentions of the C. P. R. anil a presage what it intended for the province. His worship then declared the station open. F. L. Wanklyn referred to the laying of Ihe corner stone of the station only a year ago, and was pleased that he had been able to keep the promise then made of completing tlio work within a year. He stated that the new building was called the Palace station because it was erected on the spot occupied in the old days by the palace of the Intendant. He was pleased .that, as promised, the station had been constructed by material pur- chased in Canada and .only Quebec labor was cmployeed. The Hon. Ur. Reid, acting minister of railways and canals, said he was present as rep- resentative of the Canadian govern- ment, and his colleague, Hon. Mr. Casgrain, his particular office being to represent Hon. Jlr. Cochrane, who unfortunately was ill. He stated that the present station was only one in- stance of the great work being done all over the country by tho .C. P. R- He referred to the humble begin- ning of that great railway, which now extended from the Atlantic to the Pac- ific and a person could travel all around the world today on U. P. R- property. No one person or concent had ever done more t'o advertise Can- ada and to build it up than the Can- adian Pacific. Other speakers were Hon. T. C. Casgrain and Sir Lomer Gouin, premier of Quebec and Mr. Picard, of the board of trade. Good Donation for Red Cross The ladies of the Pakowki Wom- en's Institute held a tag day on July 1st at Etzlkom. A large crowd was present. A sum of was col- lected, and sent to the Red Cross. The ladies extend thanks to all those who aided in making the day a suc- cess. SATUUDAY, AUGUST Magic Baking Powder costs no more than the ordinary kinds. For economy, buy the one pound tins. E.W.GILLETr COMPANY LIMITED F F. DALLEY CO. OF CANADA. LTD. Your Daughter's Matter of Prime Importance ALBERTA LADIES' COLLEGE OF RED DEER (Temporarily Located in Assiniboia Hall, University, .Building, Edmonton J A Distinctly High-Class Residential and Day School for and! Young Women only. Offering exceptional advantages training! ACADEMIC ppURSES, cover Public and High School-Work up to andl including University Matriculation j SPECIAL Fine Art, Household Science and full! Commercial Course including Stenography and Typewriting I A Christian School, Non-Sectarian in all its Methods, Work and Spiritl Emphasis laid on its Discipline, which is firm, kindly and constant! STAFF OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED'TEACHERSl Fees Moderate. Fall term opens TUESDAY, SEPT.'12TH, 1916 I .Send for Calendar and full information to REV. N. D. KEITH, 'President Assiniboia Hall. Edmonton South, Alberta. MONUMENTS Headstones Crosses of every. description' irjadc t'o order Get our piices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works The Shadow of Death Hangs Over Belgium People are Living Within A Few Days of Actual Starvation. The situation in Belgium grows more critical with every passing week. The women, children and old and wounded men, in steadily growing numbers, depends abso- lutely on the Belgian RelietCommissfcm. If the food supplied by the Commission were-cut off, the third day would find the weaker ones starving, to death. Within two weeks 000 would be. dead or more would be suffering acutely. Compare this witi our huge crops and busy abundance of food and plenty of money Think of the average Belgian family The father is in the dead, Tiie mother takes her place in the length- ening bread lines, to get the' meager rations served out by the Belgian Kelief 'Committee.- The children, thin and pinched, and clad in rags, wait for what she.will bring home. So long as contributions the Belgian Relief Fund keep up each will get three slices of bread ami a pint of soup a day. If civinn fall off, some must go hungrier, or starve much or mi many fan Whn monthly, of'in one lump' sum or Provincfaf Belgian Relief fund Send Cheques Pipbie !i Treasurer n St. Peler St., Montreal. FEEDS A BELGIAN FAULT ONE MONTH. MONTREAL GLASGOW DIREC Large steamers. Excellent servic Cassandra Aug. Athenia Tickets and' other informatit from any railroad or steamsh "DONALDSON LINI H. E. LIDMAN, Genera] Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Ph. ,M. 53 Vancouvev.B.C. 531 Granville SI CANADIAN AND BRITISH CLARKl PORK AND Have you smoked "Noblemen" lately? Are Always Ready And Alway: Welcome W. .CLARK LIMITED MANUFACTIJHEKS MONTREAL, ;