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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETIIBninC.E DAILY lUClULl) MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1010 Place your order without delay so that you will get the finest fruits grown in this mighty Canada of ours. Tell your dealer that you want B. C. Fruit. You are Patriot- ic, Economical and a Good when you buy British Columbia fruits, PUT DOWN SOME CRAB. B. C. Grows the Best. GET a B.C. FRUIT BOOKLET Mail a post card TODAY to E. iVIcTaggart. B. C. Fruit .Markets Commissioner, Calgary. Alia., for a FREE copy of this handsomely jllus- iraied booklet containing carefully chosen and recipes. KOOKY MOUNTAIN SANATORIUM At Frank. Alberta, taken over by the Hosptals Commission for the treat- ment of tubercular soldiers. Taken Over By Hospital Com- mission For Treatment of Tuberculin- Veterans Calsary, Aug. military hos- pital's the recently organ- llzed branch ot tin- military liospuali the Rocky 3i-.' commission, I'.HS take.-, over the Kocky Mountain hotel at Frank as a salialor- ium for soldiers'aSlU-ted wit's Killed Germans Like Grouse pei Times. A second lieutenant in a Yorkshire battalion, with a shrapnel wound in his right thigh and a machine gun wcuv.d in his "loft leg. tells a story of a German dugout ar.tl its occupants. The dugout was in the first line ot trenches taken by tlse officer's pla- toon 'aim six bombs had been thrown down it. The men then went forward our own Hue? to the next trench, ami the officer. being hit twice, had to stay behind. Tiie rest oi the story may be given in his own "After a bit I wriggled back to that Boche front line into a shallow sap that had been pulverized by our heav- ies. I was resting there, when I saw j a Boche "officer come climbing can-' tlously up out oi tnat big dugout, that we'd put the six bombs in. He was a captain. He had a bosnb in one hand and a rifle aud bayonet in the other, like a burglar. 'Oh. you I (thought. And just then he snuggled down against a gap in their parados, liear the dugout, and bedded Ills ritle comfortably for firing at onr chaps in the second line. You can bet I was glad had my rifle and plenty of am- munition. So I got a beautiful bead on this chap, and a second later be woTider where dead Boches go! I charged my breach again, and no cnhir The building, wliicli is near tile sul- phur springs, is sumo Htlle distance i from the town and is siirated one [of the most salubrious parts of the province. It stands on an elevation oi i.KOO feet and is well suited for the purpose intended. It is completely equipped with bou Tliero t ;i iivinc, soiu 10 uc iuium uummi.- in the trench: so got the batman to j verandahs open on three sides of the take me pick-a-back, and carry the des-1 building and there is an excellent natch case, while 1 stuck to my ritle. trout stream running in the icai. Ill "Xow then Gustavo Wilhelm Al- a word. It bus everything !o commend, brecht von BocluV I saiil to him. 'we it for the treatment of tubercular will aussaiig as schnell ns we ean for j cases. our own He was ai Will be a Cen.re little sioiv in the uptake, as you might! There is no sanatorium in Alberta sav but tumbled to it utter a bit. es-Jjmd Saskatchewan, except the one at peciallv when 1 donnerwettered iiim a Mountain View. There nre return- MKS. JOS. CirAMBERLAliV BECQMIJIS OF IN STER ABBEY KKCTOK. ed soldiers there alreiuiy and seven more coming Immediately, and still others following later. The percentage of soldiers return Fill I ITS H IM sullerlnir more or less from this Mr I V Hr disease is rather under than Lll IILLI !l? I llL over what one might expect consider- SI FIE than my next target bobs Up _ a lieutenant. I got him while he (Fr, Own Correspondent) Lomond, Aug. JC. The golden sheaves are rolling oui these days. There is much discussion to how the crops will turn out A Money-Maker for a Hustler. KALOMITE The immediate results compel re- peat orders. Be our agent in your home town and cash in on this. MOIR MANUFACTURING CO. 12210 Jasper Edmonton. _ was looking at his captain. I aimed I per acre this year. The breaking and for his shoultlertlades. hut the old gun I the Eummerfallow will yield a spleu- ing the army that Canada has cruited." said Lt.-Coi Alfred Thomp- son. in mentioning that the sanator- ium had taken over by the com- mand. "It is proposed to make the Rocky .Mountain sanatorium the cen- tre for the treatment of tubercular soldiers in the threi' prairie provinces, and "hen it is ready for occupation it will he one of the very best sana- toriums iu Canada." The hotel was occupied during the past winter by one of the Alberta reg- n iments and as a result needs lenovat- Ing somewhat. The contract is about to be let for this work. Captain Porter Charge Captain A. E. Porter. M.D., now of THE DAUGHTERS' AND. MAIDS OF ENGLAND ICE CREAM SOCIAL AT 966 10th STREET S. On Tuesday Next ICE CREAM, TEA AND CAKE WILL BE SERVED PROCEEDS TO GO TO THE BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. Edmonton, but formerly of Calgary. -fwill be in charge of the institution. Porter has had an extensive kicked a bit, and I got him through! did crop. the heati. Seemed I might as well be Davis js completing his new ,1-m._ .......__ in a grouse butt, and nothing less than i on the south half of the j in practice of his pro- officers Lor targets, mind you. Well. scuooj sect'on south of town, which j anQ ;s a very competent man. 10 cut it. short, two more lieutenants; he bought i- came up from that same dugout, mak-j _ ing in all three lieutenants and one [The sanatorium will, of course, bi Finiey, and son and i under Major Daniels, who is the otTi- captain, and I got 'em all. then a private came up. never a weapon o! any sort with in bis hands, and the fear of God in bis face. I prairie. daughter, of Letbbridge, are .visiting Mrs. Howard Finiey, near here. Mrs. Finiey will likely staj' till after har- vest as she is beginning to like the Yoii're a Bochet' I thought; 'probably! a' batman, and you ought to be shot; but you've got nothing silly hands.' It was too much like a sitting know. Couldn't manage it. I shouted at He fell just the same as if I'd shot him. I man- aged to' clamber back to that trench and poke the Boche with the butt of my rifle till he found himself George of the 175th bat- liq.i is Irjre on leave for harvest. Jir. Varco is erecting a residence town. Every buiM up our town. building helps to Mrs Stark has returned from Leth- bridae hospital. We hope she will soon" be her former self again. .re rapidly being picked up MONUMENTS Headstones and Grosses of every description made to order Get our prices and SEE PUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. a little, and stood up. I meant to see i the oaes are getting good that blessed dugout for myself. I had j wages. tn get the Boebe's help, but couldn't think bow to tell in ylrat r wanted 'Look here, Boshy.' I said, Ich wille seen dieser blooming dug- out. Got Then I said 'Donner and grinned at him, to show there was no ill feeling, and he man- aged to make connection. "I kept him in front, you may be sure; but, if I'd been an old blind beg- gar he wouldn't have had pluck enough to empty my-tin can. That dugout -was a'bit knocked about by our six bombs; had a sort of rough-house look -about it. But, at the back of the lowest cor- ner, theie was a sharp twist round to the right, and a door with broken glass panels, taken from the look of .it. a farmhouse, by 'Through that we went along a pass- age turned to ihe left, down four steps, and. into a regular houdoir. Dug- out! "Why. there was Turkep carpet on the floor and beauiHui tapestry curtains to the bunks. Never saw any- thing like But the luxury of it. cer commanding this unit of the mili- tary hospital commission's command. and who, such, will have all branches of the. work under ministration in this district. his ad- Lieut.- The Only Tonic You Ever Need IS A MORNING CUSS OF HEALTH' RESTORING ABBEY'S EFFERVESCENT SALT jish, meals icadnchc to When the Wood is sin don't taste good, there's i bother .you, uf you doii't too taking Abbey's KETervescent Salt in a tumbler of warm water first .thing every morning. 'Twill set things to bowels and the consti- pation and stomach the blood and build up the whole system. Made in the Abbey Effervescent Salt Go's own laboratories in Montreal, Quer Abbey's Vita nerve a blood a canon Carnegie and his bride, formerly Mrs. Jos. Chamberlain, photo- g'raphed'as thev left Westminster Abbey, London lust after their marriage, In Kmg Henry Vli.'s Chapel in the historic structure. Mrs Chamberlain was.the second wife of the late British statesman and formerly Miss Mary Endicott of New York. On Board U. S. S. Coast Guard Cut- schooner Great Bear, carrying the Arc- tic expedition headed by John Bordeii. of Chicago, ami Ciipt. Louis Lane, of Seattle, was wrecked on a pinnacle rock in Bering.sea August 10. The ves- sel was a total loss, but the entire party landed safely on St. Matthew's Island, where they were found yester- day by the McCulIoch. The party was able to land tents and Col. Alfred Thompson, the medical supervisor of hospitals under the mill-1 wjj tary hospital's command, who put the! provisions, and lived comfortably 15 days, until the McCulloch found them, deal through, is-qiiite satisfied that] the new sanatorium will come up fo the best expectations. The sanator- ium has been operated by the Franco- Canadian Collieries, until recently. the party was taken aboard. Left in July iUtlGIO SHORTEN ML :ay and wiftTwiil leave ._.- Edmonton to take Up his new position as principal of one of the schools there. Mr. Desmoines is here to operate the Alberta Pacific Co.'s elevator. Mr. Dobson. lias cabbages vseighins three pounds each. Mr. Dobson be- Winnipeg, Aug. Pren- lieves in growing the "whoppers." I dergast tuis morning ruled'that the Potatoes are a good crop this year crmyn not against the i well as other garden stuff. ex.ministers am- more' evidence of ue- The close observers when driving work on' the parliament build- through this part, viewing the flelds of partly harvested grain, may. now and then catch a glimpse of a fair nesday night. Several men who crown eounsel esoect to conclude their case by Wed- Lethbridge Monumental Cut Stone There-were three cases of beer; very good stutl too I had a bottle myself ign awdj There were about a hun- dred two cut hams, pate de foie gras, in little jars, sausages, several boxes of cigars, one case of cham- pagne, a gramophone, and lashins of j cakes and chocolate. There was -ar. j electric bell fixed, a small and in one of the bunks I found a lot j of ribbons, and things from ladies' j dresses and a pair of lady's gloves. Itj was a regular show, that place. I took a despatch case, and all the. loose pa- pers on the table, and got the batman lassie, garbed in her sun-bonnet, with a sunburnt face, bringing the bundles of goldeu grain with the ease of an experienced stooker, tuned up with bits of song, here and there. Our women -folk are beginning to play their part1 in tile upbuilding of our fair Canada, in the harvest field as well as in the political world. were "expected to testify will not be called as a result of ;this ruling, these including John Woodman, who report- ed on the construction work _for the commission and Henry Botiingtoa, Seattle, .Aug. new power schooner. Great Bear, built here this year for John Borden. Hie Chicago mil- lionaire, .and Captain Louis Lane, a widely known Arctic'navigator. of Se- ittle, left here July 36 for an extended into the Arctic. When rue ves- sel left here Mr. Borden, Captain Lane and Norris Bloku'm.'of Chicago, and a crew of 20 men were the only mem- bers of the expedition aboard. Others who were to go with the party into the Arctic went by mail steamer to Nome, where they expected to join the ex- pedition, -v The Great Bear was especially con- structed to -withstand the pressure of the Arctic ice floes and it was Captain Lane's intention to penetrate as far Banksland, whete he expected to meet Vilhjalmur Stefanson, the Cana- dian Arctic explorer for whom he car- ried supplies. Until the wireless message was re- ceived from the coast guard cutter I Culloch today nothing had been heard from the Great Bear since August 10, when she was reported leaving Unalas- ka for Nome. partner of F. Simon, -designing architect. The jury .will be Instructed not to consider evidence of this na- ture which is now in. For a couple of years now the pub- lic have been able to send lettergrams" over the C. P. B. corn- An order has just been is- sued by the telegraph department as follows: "Effective today the Canadian Pac- ific railway telegraph's department will make a substantial reduction in day telegraph ratea by inaugurating a day lettergram between all points on the system. AH messages of fifty words-or less will, if the sender so desires, be treated as a deferred mes- sage anrl sent at one and one-half tue regular, liny i ate for ten words. Uy deferred message Is meant that 'such message will be transmitted xand de- livered subject to.the priority of fully paid day messages. For messages oi more Jhan fifty words an additional charge of one-fifth of the day rate will be charged for each additional ten words. Day lettergrams must be written in- plain English or French language and no code words are per- mitted, eration This service between all offices op- on, the Canadian Pacific lines." The service promises to be verj popular. search amoug the islands. The Great Bear was the mos! staunchly constructed Ar.ct.ic craft thai ever left Seattle.. She; was -175 feel long, 32 feet beam, with a draft'of 1< feet and cost more, than Her thick oaken hull was sheathed in Philippine ironwood, a heavy timbe The trip across Boring should not re- haying great powers of resistance, and quire more than a week and when she failed to arrive at Nome, anxiety was felt for the safety of those aboard and the McCulloch was .dispatched to Captain Lano and Mr. Borden wen confident she could weather any storm and withstand the severest battering in the ice fields. THE "CHATEAU LYALL" AND R GENES ON PARLIAMENT OTTAWA Corrects indignation and bad For salo by all druggists. London, Aug. Von Bat-lj ocki, president of the German foour regulation board, has issued an appeal! women of rural Germany to dh'ii their food with the women an'dn children of the towns and cities, saysa Router dispatch from today. Ilerr von Batocki in his appeatj says the harvest this year is In gener- al, abundant, and the cattle have re-j covered from the effects of the foa-j] tier scarcity of last winter caused 1 .he failure of crops. He adds: Restrictions everywhere are uec essary and all the more necessary the onger the war lasts. These restric- tions must bo Increased for -rural liouseliolde. Anyone living on the land who consumes even half a litre of milk or a quarter of ft pound more of butter, or even an egg more that :s absolutely necessary, sins agalnsl Lhe fatherland. An organization ould be created in order to buy up all butter, eggs, vegetables, etc., that can be dispensed with in the country and use them to feed the army and the poorer families in the big towns. Little can be accomplished by force or by continual increase hi the prices which have already become ex- orbitant for many of the poorer lain ilies. Only through rational spon taneous, patriotic co-operation of the rural population can the- object be "Meat Takes Another familiar head- line in your daily newspaper. But why worry about the cost of something you don't need? The most expensive foods are generally the least nutritious. In Summer health and strength come from a meatless diet. Two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, heated in the oven, covered with berries or other fruits. and served with milk or cream, make; si satisfying, nourishing meal at a cost of five or six cents. All the meat of the whole wheat., Made in Canada Colleg< Eall Opening Sept. 5th Garbutt Business 411 EIGHTH ST. S., LETHBR Demand and Supply For some time now the demand for Office Help has greatly exceed- eii our supply. We are therefore sffsr'.r.s worthy students the op- portunity of paying for their tuition from their own earnings after graduation. Only a limited number will be accepted on this Credit Plan. Hours NIGHT and Thursday evenings, 7.30 to 9.30. DAY present we arc running on special summer hours, 8 a.m. till 1 .p.m., but on the date of Fall Opening we will revert to. regular school hours, 9 a.m. till 12, and 1.30 till 4 p.m. For the week commencing August. 28th, in addition to the present hours, the Office will lie open from 5 p.m. Jor.inquirers. A. M.'FISHtR RESIDENCE PHONE 1531. FSiNCIPAL OFFICE. PHONf. 1315. ;te of two million dollar scrap heap at Ottawa. tary Coramlttco members blamed for tho doBirnctlon of Iho two million dollars worth uf walls. -n (From Our Own Cnrrospondent) Albion "as commenced in the district and' will no general by the middle ol the week. Campbell Davis is-erecting a flno residence on his farm and purposes installing modern cluding an electric lighting plant. It Is a step In Iho -right, direction and as such is to be highly commended. Among improvements placed on the farms In the district from the returns of Iho 1915 crop are the following: A 'Tine large Darn on tiie Kol.lar iarm; verandah ana interior improve monis Lynn' homestean; fi threshing., 'diitflt An the Stuart hold- ings electric light plant, and Ford car to be added In the very'near future, enlarging of tile I.e Bane home and itrcc-planting o'n.Uio Pulley farm. Who can tell what the far- mers can do when "they" no longer iiny< "they won't Hlltik together" and Bay "I or better "I ,r SALE FIREWOOD OLD BARRELS iici- Load Letlibridge Brewing Malting Co. I L K! MILK AND D2LIYEREO CREAM DAILY. BABY'S MILK Milk supplieri from individual cows thai' have passed the tubercul.ir test by the govern- ment veterinarian. ICE CREAM Socials, parties, etc. our spec- ialty. Give us a trjal you will not bn EDGEHILL DAIRY Old Lethbridge Creamery's Stand. 8017th St. S. Phone 1S24 ;