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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEl PAGE FIVE t MQUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A High Reiidential and Day College for and Young Glrlt and Young' Women OPENING OF FALL TERM, TUESDAY, SEPTVSth, 1914, BUSINESS CLASSES: Bookkeeping, Stenography, Account- ancy, .Typewriting, etc. MUSIC: Full Conservatory Course, Instrumental ana ACADEMIC: -Public and High School Ciades, Preparation for the University and Tcacners... Ladies College courao for Glrli. EVench Conversation Classes. PINE ART: China Painting, Water Colors, Leather Work, etc EXPRESSION AND PHYSIOAi. CULTURBi Dramatic Art, 'Public Speaking, Household Science; For full.Information and Calender apply to REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, B.A, D.U, Principal. Western Canada College Reildential and Day School for Beya CALGARY, ALBERTA' MANY Highest Prize at Royal Mili- tary College this year was a .Western Canada College' boy. Ninth place at McGill University Matriculation taken by Western Canada Bflya prepares for Universities, Rosal Military College, Buji- ness, etc. Large Grounds, Separate Gymnasium, Snooting Gallery, Manual Training. Calendar on application Autumn term begins September 10th. DR. A. O. MaoBAE, PRINCIPALS Nebraska Newcomer Finds tha1: Potatoes are Worth Some- thing Here GROWN.ON DRY LAND Alberta Ladies' College of Red Deer A High'Class Residential School ;for Girls and Young Women. Public and High School Work 100% Of our students writing in the "Departmental' Examinations were SUCCESSFUL Excellent courses in Music, Art, Household Science cal Gdlture. Staff strong and efficient.' Fees; very moderate. Autumn Term opens Tuesday, September 8th. To ensure "Secur- ing room reservation we recommend early application. .Calendar mailed on; request. N. D, Someone has said that A'Iber keep on rais.ng wheat and beef ami hogs, and because of her pmductive- mss will not feel the hard] limes thai are certa n to come to the countries whoso trade is affected, a result of the :War, Whoever said that should .have included aim other article .-of j diet, namely, potatoes. If every far- mer could realize the possibility of the growing of spuds, millionaires would fce as thick as hcss. W. J. Maple, who came here from Nebraska last fall, has demcaotratod that potatoes will grow on dry land, and that they 'will net a big profit. Mr. Maple i? farming Ben James' place near the city. He put in some four acres of spuds last spring, and now he is reaping the reward. The totalled six tons to the acre, and spuds today are worth about ?33 a ton. This makes the crop worth an acre, or for, the four acres, the labor and cost of culture being small. Mr. -James called at the Herald office yesterday with a sam- ple of the new spuds, and they arc 0. K. in every plump, ismooth and free Thfly were raised without Irrigation, and will average about a pound in weight, each. ftly ihe REV FCRAHASrORCHARD. M.A. Kmlnmlerat. Schaol. A Home-School of Cultture Girls MURDER ANP 'SUICIDE Braton 'Harbor, Mich., Aug. FrtttiK DtifaowyeB tuuay shot and kiil- od his 'wife Ih-the presence of their four" small. children, and then com- mitted suicide. Domestic disagree- ments are-said to have culminated in. the tragedy. CARDINAL BEGIN OFF TO ROME Quebec, Be- gin will leave on Monday next for Home to attend the conclave of car- dlnala to arrange for the government ot the church during the interregnum. FOURTEEN YEAiJS Restored to Health by Lydia E.Pihkham's Vegetable Compound. suffered foyfotsiv teen-years from organic inflammation, female weakness, pain and irregulari- _ ties. The pains in j my sides were in- creased by walking TOE-ONTO CONSEKVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. Vogt, Mus, Doc., Musical Director Reopens Tuesday, September Ut. A national ihstitutiion, unrivalled in Canada as regards the, distinc- tion of its faculty and the superior character of Us buildings and gcu- eQuapment; Send for YEAR LO- CAL CENTRE SYLLABUS of 1814- 15 and pamphlet descriptivs of the WOMEN'S RESIDENCE. CONSERVATORY SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION F. H. Klrkpatrlck, Ph.D. Principal. SPECIAL CALENDAR Public reading, Oratory, .Physical and Vocal..Culture, Art, .-j'. and 10 TUMP JRi Rflvelstokc, Aug. is be- lieved to have, .been a determined at- tempt to wreck a troop train which passed through Revclstpko this week carrying 150 sailors from: the Shear- water and Algerme. to the '.Atlantic coast to'man'1'the Niohe, occurred at Mountain Crook bridge about fifty miles cast according to news which has jus't reached the city: A brisk skirmish between the guards and the marauders took place which a score .or "mo re ..shots were fired on arid the attack tho bridge w_as repulsed without dam- age. While crossing; tire bridge, in the dark to aid the guard at the west end of tins bridge, 'two bullets passed ihe head of Peter Phillips of Keyelstoke, and there were several narrow escapes, in the midnight fray of the attackers arc believed to fcaye'bebn wounded. R; Cooper has been made superin- tendent, of the Water ton Lakes, park, (to si'.nCRed "Knotenai" Hrown, one or the oldest timers and best known guides and sportsmen in the moun- tain region. The park has heen piit on the same as the other national, pairs, and it is the intention of the government, GREATEST KIDNEY Have Proved Their Value In Thousands of WOHFUL RECORD OF A WONDERFUL CORE Only Remedy That On All Tbree Of The Org-uu For The Fornwtion Of Uric Acid In The lllo.d. Maqy people do not realize tint Ihe Skin is one of the three great elimina- tors of waste matter from the body. matter of fact, the vSkin rids the system "of inore LTrea (or wastt matter) tbatt the Kidneys. When there is Kidney Trouble, Pain In The Back and Acrid Urine, it tnay tiot be the fault of the kidneys at all', but be due to faulty Skin Action, or Constipation of the Mirth. Fruit-a-tivfs" cures weak, sore, aching; Kidneys, not only because it strengthens these organs but aleo be- cause''Fruit-a-tives" opens the bowels, sweetens the stomach and stimulates lie'action of the skin. is sold by all dealers at 500. a box, 6_ for trial size, or will be sent postpaid on receipt of' price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Germany Must Answer by 4A.M. CONTINUED FROM FROSTT PAGE lare'that (let-many will retaliate by tirring up an Itjjajnutlc revolution in India, Egypt, Tunis, Algeria and the Soudan, which will quickly bring Eng- land and France to terms. Japanese Censorship San Francisco, Aug. nouncement was made here today iliat Japan haa placed a strict "cfiisorshlp on all cable messages to and from the Empire. Names ftfid addresses of the sender and receiver of messages must j now appeal'. Code is not snowed in j messages to Japan, but .may be used j in messages sent from there. Kng- j ish and French arc the only foreign; languages permitted for communica iiou, Idzumo Ready for War Sa'n Francisco, Aug. j twenty-two hours in dry dock, where her plates were freed of barnacles, tlu? i Japanese cruiser Idzumo was floated j out last night, and dropped anchor in the stream to await orders. i It !s deemed probable in marine cir- cles that should war be declared be-{ tween Germany- and Japan, the first duty of the IdEumo "would be to convoy the Japanese liner Shinyo Maru out of the harbor .Monday, although more Etern war duty, mar be her lot should hostile warships be encountered out- side the Golden Gate. The Qarraan tramp steamer Mazat- lan is still here. Open a Housekeeping Account and Pay Your Bills by Cheque There Is a decided ad- vantage In depositing your housekeeping money in the Union Bank of Canada, and issuing Cheques for your expenditures. You avoid the risk of keepirig-a considerable sum in your home or carrying It when shopping, and each cashed, becomes a Receipt OF CANADA GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH A. B. KING, Acting Manager G. R. TINNING. Manager THE CANADIAN BANK, HAS INSTALLED THIRTY DAY REPRIEVEFOR MURDERERS Austrians Suffer Loss of CONTINUED FBOM FRONT PAGE. NEWS KNOWN IX BERLIN Berlin, Aug. 23, Via Copenhagen sn4 London, laconic de- spatch of seven .words announcing the entry of Germans into Brussels is the only news regarding the occupation oi the Beljiah capital yet published I here. Macleod, Aug. 22.-AIancv Sokolofl, i The military authorities are con- T i tenting themselves with a lirevitv 01 Max Joe Smith, the.; thai said to three Eishaw murderers, who occupy lean the late Fjcld the tieatli chamber at the Macleod j Marshall Jlollke. SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOUB Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Foiicied or other valuables in one of these boxes FtTRTMEB INPORJlATtON' TO Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Igr. INCORPORATED 1C69 Capital Paid Up Reserve Fonda SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Accounts .nay be ii wiiii an initial deposit of One Dolltr. lotErest is credite'd half yearly. ACCOUNTS coavenient. Either person (or the survivor) may operate the account. LETHBRI9GE BRANCH J. M. AITKEN, Manager. By putting this property in the Park Reserve. Canada has added an- other beautiful park to her list, and wfcii the wonders of this latest ac-! thc .thKC.m5n, in lnal Ior fllB umsition are- better known.to hopeful that act ists, it will be realized Si...___ cry is comparable only to. the fam- ous Alps. The park is to the southwest of has been --received by Supt. j correspondence between Prince Henry Sterns ;it Macleod; C. C. Trevaniou, i of Prussia, King George and E-inper-' or William which was exchanged just' i'dure war was declared and was pub-' lished for the lirst time yesterday. ''The papers are unanimous in ihe I opinion that these documents withj the despatches exchanged by the "Em-i the Cement Works, Departn-.enl of Justice will the jury's KCommendation to mercy Russia and the Aerman Em- i Lethbridge, good roads are built i ?rjlcfk' f ol Russia and the German En right in to tlie lakes, where cae'of; tlls shootmg.- H. also hopss lhe ,ast raomcnti sougi tho best hotels in utmost lo maintain peace >vii Thepark may Be reach via iPincner LreeK or tacdbton. CURTAIN ABOUT TO DROP London, Aug. Boulogne corespondent of the Times, describ ing the entraining of the British heavy field arliiiery fur. the tront, hut giving no indication of.where the BrJ- tish camps are situated, says: "To those of us who have watched the coming and going of the expedi- tionary force, it is plain that we are coming to the end of the first act. The curtain is about to drop." or standing on my feet and I had such awful bearing: down feelings, was de- pressed in spirits and became thin and pnle with eyes. I had six doc- tors from whom I received only tempo- rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound a fair trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have now used the remedies for four months end cannot express my thanks for what, they have done for me. If these lines will bo of any benefit you have my permission to publish SADIE WILLIAMS, 455 James Street, Elkhart, Indiana. Lydia Vegetable Com'' f roots and herbs, containu no narcotic or harmful and to-day holda the record of being tha most suRceasful remedy for female ilia we know of, and thousands of voluntary tcsUmonlala on file ,in the Pinlthcm laboratory at Lynn, Maa9.v ieem to thU fact. Tf yon hare tho slightest doubt' that JLydla Vegeta- Compound will help (confidential) Your letter ivill Reopened, roiuland nnsweroil n ia strict coutldciicc. WAR RISK BILL PASSES 'D.C., Aug. Senate passed i after twp hours' debate, Hie emergency -war risk insur- ance bill, carrying an appropriation of for the purpose of insuring American vessels and cargoes against ihe hazards EARTHQUAKE RECORDED B.C., Aug. very sharp earthquake disturbance at a dis- tance of about 120B miles from Wash- ington, was recorded- on, the sc-lrirno- graphs of Georgetown University here early today, it bega'u at 12.40 a.m., and continued twelve minutes. PIUS' SH'OVVS HIM POOR MAN Home, Aug. 20, vit is officially known about the la'to Pope's but tho Qlprhala 'd'l.talia says it is drawn in huhiblo pious language. 'It recomrnendB ilia "succes- sor to grant his pention of monthly each, biit does not nien- tion his niece, "GHnVPar'olln. also cxproosos the desire thai of granted to his valet. Tjho will reconimendatlon that tho 'huriaj be a-modest onij in the crypt of St. Peter's. It concljidos by invoking, aod'a 'forgiveness fiir tho sins which tho'tesiator inay have com- mitlecl. AUSTRIANS DEFEND STRASSBURG Paris, Ang. to offi- elal reports, victories gained by the French troops have opened'the way to .Colmar, capital of Upper Alsace. Seven thousand Austrians are report- ed to have arrived at Strassburg for the defence ot that fortress. Sbkolofi has vanished, as the evi- dence at the trial showed that he tli-e man who fired the fatal shot. Ti'pranion will be with Jiis cli- ents at the end. Cut This Out Famous Specialist's Recipe for Catarr- hal Deafness and Head Noises LOAN BELGIUM London, Aiig, 2t.--Great Britain has decided to make a loan to Belgium (OE The money 'will be raisetl by treasury hills, for which tenders were called today. COTTON OPERATOR BROKE New York, N.Y., Aug. Scales, the cotton operator, today filed voluntary petition 'in bankruptcy, giving at -and as- sets of Magical Effect of New Face' Peeler To maintain a clear, white, youthful complexion, there's nothing so simple to use ami yet so effective as ordinary vercolized wax, which you.can get at any drug Just at night ns you would, cold '.cream. 'In the morning wash it'off water. If you've never tried, it you can't Imagine the magical effect of this harmless home treatment. It causes the old worn-out scarf skin to come off in minute particles, a Httlc ot a time, and soon you havo entirely Bhed the offensive cuticle. .The fresh young umlorshin now in; evidence is GO healthy and girlish looking; so free from any .app'earance of artificiality, you wonder why you Ijad not heard of this marvelous complexion-renewing secret long ago. Equally magical in its action Is a liniplo wrinkle-removing lotion made dissolving an ounce bt powdered aaxolite in a half, pint of wltrU imzel. [lathing the -facft in this for two or Lhreo minutes .immediately offficts cVery line and furrow and improves contour wondori'ully. If you know someone who is troub- led with head noises, or catarrhal deafness, cut out this formula and hand to them, and you will have been the means of saving some pcor suf- ferers perhaps from total deafness. Recent experiments have proved con- clusively that, catarrhal deafness, head noises, etc., were the direct cause of constitutional disease, and that sprays, inhalers, etc., merely tempor- ise with the complaint, and seldom, If ever, effect a permanent cure. This being so, much time and money iias been spent of late by a noted special- ist in perfecting' a pure, gcntlo, yet effective tonic that would quickly dis- pel all traces of the cntarrhal poison i from the system. The effective pre-1 scrlption which was eventually form- which has aroused the be- lief that deafness will soon be extinct. Is given below in understandable form BO that anyone can treat themselves in their own homo at little expense. Secure from your druggist J. oz. Par- mint (Double about 75c worth. Talco this homo, and add to it Vi pint of hot and 4 07. of moist or granulated sugar; stir until dissolved. Tnke one tablespoohful rour times n day. The first dose promptly ends tho moat distressing head noises, head- ache, dullness, cloudy thinking, etc., while the hearing rapidly returns as the system 13 invigorated by tho fiction of the ti-catment. Loss of smell und mucus dropping in the back of tho tin-cat ore other that ehotv1 the presence of catarrhal poison, and which nre quickly overcome by this .efiler.clous treatment. 'Nearly 90 per cent, of nil fiar. irpnhlos direct- Jy caused by catarrh, therefore there are but few people whose hearing can- not be restored by this simple home treatment. Every person who is troubled with head noises, catarrhal daftfbess, .or catarrh in, any form, should' give this [inscription a trial. Tflere Is nothing better. ordering Parmlnt mys specify tlint you want Double Strength; your druggist has it or he can get it for you; if not, send 75c to International Laboratories. 74 St. {lcclarr.4, desired to prevent war with France and sought only a, guarantee of French neutrality. England, how- evtr, refused to help in obtaining such guarantee and therefore, it is reasoned, England in the first place was ih'3 of the war' between France and Germany. The Japanese charge d1 affaires is sti I in Berlin. The commandant of Alsace-Lor- raine, declaring that traitors have trttd to use tlie telephone lines, has I issued orders than an found making improper DSP of the tele- phone" shall lie immediately shot. Two more French guns have brought to StrassburE- Shortest House Session on Record CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Gentlemen of the House of Coni- niuiis: 1 thank you in His Majesty's have made for the needs of the country in the grave conditions which have arisen through the outbreak of war. Honorable Gentlemen o[ tho Senate, Gentlemen of the House of Commons: In relieving you for the time boing from the important and responsible duties to which you were summoned so suddenly and unexpectedly, i com- mend to the Divine protection the peo- ple of this Dominion, In the firm trust that the future will continually grow brighter and thst there will be a fav- orable and honorable issue from the war in the Emfiire is nffw In- volved. Friday's ..Session Ottawa, Aug. will prorogue -tonight. There was lo be a sitting, this morning 'jvlien the re- maining bills on yue order paper will hc'sent to the Senate. The senate will also sit today and clear up its order paper at its after- noon s tHng. This was agreed upon by the leaders late last night, when 'the House adjourned. Before adjourn- ment, bills amending 'the tariff act were given a third-reading. The twfl bills loft on order paper are the act to incorporate the Patriotic Fund association and the bill introduced by Mr. Dahcrty to nmciul the Natnrali- Kalion-Act. progress was made with tho An'tolno St.. Montreal; P. Q., who war measures yesterday. rnako a a Trust Company EXECUTOR under Wills. ADMINISTRATOR without a will or with the will annexed. GUARDIAN of a minor or an incapable person. TRUSTEE to execute trusts or hold funds impartially. RECEIVER or ASSIGNEE in business embarrassments. REGISTRAR and TRUST AGENT for registering, issu- ing and countersigning Stock Certificates, or Bonds, Corporations or Municipalities. TRUSTEE FOR BOND ISSUES. WILLS cared for and filed without charge. Confidential discussion of any of these matters'is invited without obligation or charge. GEO. W. Cqnybeare Block, Lethbridge, Alberta. If you propose taking part in the present European War You sliould, before leaving, execute your -will appointing this' Company your executor. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company.Limited Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial Districts of LETHRRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIM 220 Eighth Avenue West, Calgary. Lethbridge Bank of'Commerce Bldg., J. W. McNIcol Inspector ;prvc 'thi commercial aV.d financial in-1 taxes and Ihe suggestions be tcrests of Ihe.'bill granting to Hii Majesty aid for military anil naval deiencc, and the tariB 'changes. One. bill, .passed through all stages iii seven: min- utes. i There were no particular objections ,o any legislation except changes on tlie tarilf. The Literiiis mildly pro- tested against duties on sugar' and mado a number sugRcs- tions for raising war funds. One was en exportiduly on' lumber, anottar a st.imp dittyi still a' an income tax, and a-fourth proposed a duty on patent medicines. Hon. 5lr. White said that If war _._ ..._ The measure? included a .'bill "to con- there night be given consideration. Bad Blood thtxltKCt ar d Inevitable mule eC irreguuir or constipated bowsb and clbned-np and ildii. undigettcd Cood othw want nat- ter wkkk it allowed to accumulate poiwni the Uood and tlw Dr. MorK'iIndkaRoot PilU act directly on the bowel., regulatiDg the kidneys. them and rtren jth to pfopwtjr en the akin, openhif For pure blood u4gaat lualAtake Dr. Morse's Indian Roct PilU ;