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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 30, 1915 HE LETH BRIDGE HER ALT) FACE rnns On WEDNESDAY, 1st, and following days, Showing a wide variety of the latest patterns L. J. McLEAY Miss Ora.v lias returned Irmii a va- cation spent at the roast. Mr. H. Palmer is spending a frw ilays iii I'inehrr Ill's. K. W. LOUR ami lliss Ailccn, have plumed from a sis mouths' visit in Denver. Miss Carrie Trwiln'.inr returned yesterday Iron: Slii'rtirookc, Quc., where slip, spent the summer. Me. ami Mrs T. C. liirtpath are eipectcd homo today (ruin a sliurt visit in Okoloks. Mr. John Home led fin Saturday on a business trip to Calgary and Edmonton. "Packer of WILSON'S FLY PADS WILL KILL MORE FLIES THAN DF ANY k -STICKY, BECOMES WAR POETESS British Maid Servant Is Attracting Attention by Her Writing London, July 2'J trudo Kmily Corby, .who has heen the faithful maidservant of the same .Miss Belle Sharinan Saturday from a visit Lakes. relumed on to Waterton Mr. Victor Turner, nl Frank, was a week-end visitor with Mr. and Airs. It. N'inimons. LUMBER MILLS PREPARING FOR HEAVY MEN AT LEAVE THlS WEEK Crattbrook, weather the H.C., Aug. Perfect couole of weeks lias greatly assisted the farmers of St. Mary's prairiu with tho harvesting oj: erations in that neighborhood. About 30 per cent, of the grain is now cut, and next week will witness the finish- ing; touches to the cutting. Ou a London housewife for 23 years, is at-1 large number of the farms threshing trading attention by her war poems. Her 'verses are being widely publish- ed in British newspapers and admir- ed as breathing the patriotic fervor which the great struggle has provok- thing will ho completed. is now in full swing. A 'iargu num- ber of men have arrived to assist in the leathering of the crops, and it is expected before frost comes every The farm- ed in the stolid British breast. i ers are optimistic to a degree, tho One of Miss Corby's most admired heavy yield of grain averaging 35 lioems is as follows: A Prayer for Warfare Bear Rod, in this dread hour. ED CROSS WORK IN PBEVENTING DISEASE carried Nothing has so much-ameliorated 1C horrors of the .present war as nprovcii army sanitation. The pcr- of deaths from disease in the btiiiV African campaign was over 20 >r cent. Amongst the Hrilish troops ic past year the, rate lias been only per ccn't. This low .1ms sen line to typhoid innoculation to gid "control of water supplies, and ti continual disinfection. Dissascs are lliroVh large armies for the which the steam is turned for the most part hyb body TO i disinfection of clothes also a third ncci! for such personal disiniectiun f hich Mlem shower have HOT C And-stay the enewy's hand. jcftsanl B. C. and afterward they are vac- Ihing one car which contains a holler for generating steam, and a second .m.i nn car formerly- a refrigerating car into to place. he ciliated. Several thousand soldiers can me car which contains a boiler be bathed and disinfected in one day, lor generating sir-am, ami a second and the cars can be moved from place Miss Lottie Campbell, Macleod, has been the guest uf Mr. and 10. l-'rey for the ;mst week, re turned to her home this afternoon. .Miss Kveiyn Buchanan has rctuni- I ed from spending tin1 .summer hiili- iilays at Lake Wzbamun, near Kdmon- j tun. Their armies are so ei' Our armies arc so mall; not by might, nor yet by power, That nations rise and fall. But by Thy will divine, Dear Lord, v.e know it's so; Stretch forth Thy arm ill Thine own j riig orders are expected in from th IF "Fruit-a-tives" is the Standby in This Ontario Home KOOTLA.VU, Onl., Aug. 25th, 1918, "My wife wasa martyr to Constipation. tried'everything on the calender without salisfiiotion, uiul spent largo sums of Diemey, uuii! ws hspptjnei.1 on 'Kruit-a-tives1. We have used it in Iho family for two years, ami we would not use anything; else as long aa we can get ".Fruit-a-tives." J. W. HAMMOND. "FRUIT-A-TIVKS" is made from fruii juicos ami mild in plefssni in taste. 60u. a box, (i for trial size 25c. AtdciJers or sent on receipt of prico by I'ruit-tt-tives Limited, Ottawa. time, And "lay the enemy !ov> We'll give Thee all the praise. HE life that eonnts mnst toil and fight." When I was a little girl I recollect setting out one sum- mer morning for the School- house on the hill, and suddenly coming across a long line of. stakes driven into the ground; a tiny flag was floating from .each little all Eeemlngly haying sprung up during the aight- I remember how excited-1 was, for at some distance away a large white tent was set up and several young men (piratical looking fellows in slouch hats, their trousers tucked into high boots, .all carrying themselves with an air of mystery, whilst one '.seemingly the leading "Plvate" pictures." as 1 informed the class later. Before the sun was at its jenlth that day I learned that tiie tiny flags outlined the fu- ture route of the Intercolonial Kailway; that the man "taking pictures" was using a Theodo- that sleepy old Dal- housie had suddenly awakened to some commercial import- ance, all the old Rip-Van-Win- lilfts corning to their- doors and rubbing tffeir purblind eyes in amazement. At noon that day 'i heard my father "Sandford Fleming is here' Hes going to bring in the Railway, an shure I believe it 11 be a ure-a at think for the Town That was my first view of of fjanadas great men My recollection of the young engineer shews him standing against the green his keen eye "sighting1 the curve the Big Hill below the river ran, bearing upon its breast a far-reaeklng "boeta" of logs fresh from the silent forests their deeps as jet virginal free Beyond lai old Bay upprf the p-bbly beach the Old 'Woman that time Boclt of threw'He dark shadow against the darker locks behind and a quiet motionless stirless sense of Iffe held all ftings in thrall The coming of foung Fleming nas to change all 'this. His was the touch to change this primeval drowsiness anil-languor Into motion, Soop the great -work was in full blast. the town from a quiet little bird a neat at Interwoven grass and leaf became an eaglet eyrie en tae uoijbui Business salmon Wlers flashed in tne sun- hum of Moffits Mill became a set men s minds in mo- flecked in, and dreaniy old its place in the world of. com- merce; all'tbls tbrough the coming man Sandford Fleming the loung Engineer1 It Had been my good luck to be one of argonauts who had treked Jt overland; homesteading in far Aasiliaboiff One of those who had waited .weighing hep'e against hope; for we had no communication with the world without I: well remember the First announcement H was made by the Toronto Globe and stated that. "Sandford Fleming had; been appointed by the Government to ascertain the of. finding a passage thiough the Rocky Mountains if the words awakened dying hopes the name thrilled all If any man living could decide this momentous "question, that man ww Sandford Fleming A new sun shone in the western heavens that hour. As hi well knowni Mr Fleming set out afoot pack on his back and he -walked the entufi from the gateway, to .Vancouver the Wall-of-the This was in. 1S70 to wkJck-Unn fastness of the impregnable bills stood tin wfio had defied all kuman power But the Furies jttdn' wlUt HudfBrd The graalte twirl of Katuie closed for a thousand yean. to Use Turned Back1 He was to con qtier the uioonqumlMe tar bog fen, gulfr, mounUin height and wide yielded to his cah That famous Ink at nu to that wonderland of the hills More it about welding ot Emplrt it linked Esst. with West disproving the that never the twala shall for strong and firm today are the bonds and commercial, of twain More still this tingle achievement British Columbia to the Confetlerntlom the Provinces' It opened up a hitherto unexplored tract of country, giving to a confuted htraisphere a playground (or unborn f'Witlons >s It gate to England oie ft most brilliant pages of her history Fol- lowed the bunding of the Canadiaki Pacific epoch In Canadian history An made the Road a pocwiblllty, and th; in turn" made Engineer famous. Many afttrwuds I the name of Stanford Fleming It was on far-off Vancouver where I, a on the little steamer touched isolated spot narked on the map This lone spot with iis two solitary buildings. Is the great Pacific Cable Station from whence tne southern seas receive the world's br Ocean I down to the shore of that email outlawed place and I-saw where the thick rope-Insulated rabies entered the waters ot the great pulsing and u I looked marvelling at the ingenuity of the thing my, companion a ship s officer Hid 'JHere you get the great of a great nun'' Aside from bis uddtrlftktBgK, 'Sir Sandfbrd Fleming has won pllce In his Land ot Letters Colleges have crowned Royal Oeogrnphlcal Society has called him1 to her channeled in between hours of BUflfnflsfl, bas'Hovnd ivritfl scientific and papers, wlillt a glimpse of the Inner found in his work on "Family Prayer But to Canada his greatest work his greit achievement wai swlntlnr the links ncrois that iiupoBsabie haunt ot tne Olympic Kocky Mountains To him and to. him alone, is due the opening up of that Wondfr War of the Went, best work was, perhaps, the building, of Canadian Pacific Bailway. KATB SIMPSON-HATES bushels to the acre. The first car ol grain from that section arrived In the city today. It came front the Heattie .Murphy ranch. The heavy grain Misses Dora and Jlihiieil Nimmonsl Look down upon'our laud; j crops have necessitated the inaugura were the tea hostesses ai St. stretch forth Thine arm in all its I tion of a daily service on the Kimher tin's Tennis Courts on Saturday. power, ley. branch, when each day may witnessed tin- passing, oi heavy tralup over Mils road. Heretofore, the ser i vice wus operated every Tuesday j Thursday and Saturday. Mills Expect Big Orders Lumber mills are making piepara 1 tions for the placing of the usua gangs of men in the woods this fall rders are expect prairies this season, whicii will de- nilete the stock'already on hand of I most mills. By the end of Septem- l her some SOO men will be put to work in c i means much to i the city of Cranbrook, as this town I is a lumbering centre, depending al- niosc entirely on that industry. The i business men are preparing for a bet- ow" ter business this fall than a year ago. Today was "Tag Day" in Cranbrook and nobody got by. Everyone contri- buted their mite to the fund, which is to purchase a field and hospital equipment for the 5th General Hospi- tal Fund. Word has heen received in the city today from the Italian consul that the 30 Italians who were to leave Cran- brooli tomorrow for the firing line will not be able, to go until Monday af- ternoon. The men were all prepared to leave Sunday and are naturally dis- appointed. llr. Tom Pennefalher. who studying law in Winnipeg, is in city'renewing old acquaintances. He is the guest, of his uncle Supt. Penne- fathcr at the barracks. We'll raise Thy standard high; Then give us grace to do Thy will, O, Saviour, hear our cry. int.I We'll trust Thee then, dear Lord. We know Thy ways are right; Then bring us, Lor'j, in Thine From darkness into light. Mrs. A. C. Sanders was the hos- tess .'-'.atnrday afternoon of a jolly children's party. Mrs. Xettel and .Miss Jessie Horne. assisted the hostess in, entertaining the tiny tots.wnu 'rol-j icked on the lawn._ Mrs. Cicorge MacKay nilertained a number of children at" a picnic at Dattery Point, on Saturday after- noon to celebrate Master Bobbie's fourth birthday. The sewing meeting oi the Daugh- ters of the Empire has been postpon- ed from tomorrow to Thursday, when it is iioped that there will be a big turn-out of mcmnerE. i by fraud and _ On account of tomorrow afternoon! are that he obtained being a civic holiday the sections of; John .M'alon'e.y of the Wesley Ladies' Aid under Mrs. FALSE Maolcod, AUR. case of inter-j est to fanners v.-as investigated at! the Mounted Police nan .tks yester- Fetterly and Mrs. Stacey will not meet for sewing in the Red Cross A meeting of the young ladies Lethbridge was held on Friday in rooms, but will meet a week from then. of the young ladies of the Presbyterian Sunday school for the purpose ot organising to help the patriotic and charitable institutions of the city. Twenty-seven members were enrolled. Miss Miriam Stoltee was elected president, and Miss Beryl Nimmons, secretary-treasurer. The girls -were enthusiastic and anxious to work and hope that this organiza- tion may prove a help to the other societies. The unniarrie.i members of the Daughters of the Kinpire, who have mans bus e enir-gs making which dav bv Inspector McDonald, when A. Godwin, formerly of Vancouver, was charged with obtaining poultry >-v fraud and deceit. The allegations poultry from [eod, to tho value "and SS5.90 from Mrs. Ada Russell, and the evidence given before the court was to the effect j _______ that accused advertiser! in the papers! under a Vancouver address in Octo-; Fernie Bc 4ug the op her and November last, offering to.; enin of the recruiting station heie purchase, poultry. Seeing the adver-1- tisement both Mrs. Russell and Mr. Malonoy sent him goods to the amount stated, but have never rcived payment. Accused was commit- last. Wednesday Co'i. McKay ha, sworn ia a- let-iuna and eight men who had been sworn in day or two before have gone to Vernon. Sixty nien in less than a week is iuoii m 4raB iutiu ted for trial on both charges. He is keeping gooa record pieviouslv also waiting trial on a charge ot a mgde (n lWa lt Jb expected similar nature at the Ualgarv wcuri.. that Weanesday mornine', wnen the Another Interesting Case Another case .of .peculiar nature was heard at the.. barracks today when Rodney a. well known Macleod resident, appeared before In- spector McDonald.. a charge of breaking into a locked shed at Brock- et and taliing away, .a Keo car on man flamed .Arthur Hast- of the Crow's Nest Stone company at Brocket. In .the jail of last year Mr llastlpgs did repairs to the car Mr 1II.1I1J II..' ...........j scrap books 101 the Cinadian milit-uj mgs had a lien of 892 M ho pltals and Lethbridge in The evidence gnen uas to t! e ef- iraming in 1 iifcland will he glad to I toU that the car was owned 05 Mr know tint word has heen received who from several boys and each has writ- ten of his appreciation and grati- tilde II is be started afresh, now the holidays are over, and it is hoped that the same en- thusiasm will be .shown as before. During the last two months bundles i of magazines heen sent I A shower was given at the hpnie of Mrs J L Cranbrool. on lucsday evening I honor of Miss 1 ia to the enttul oi DC but as Simpson..di.d .not.pay. him. ue took possession Ql the car which was locked up ui. .a.shed, belonging to the Stone company, .The. company is at present closed dpwn and at tie be I went dowr. ami brought the car I tho Cilv tarage .it Macleod meccano ,s to be roamed Sep tember. The sbouer table was pret- pi white emb' tiiy decorated in green and with a Ivtgi table center ot white peas Pink and white sweet i peas formed the table decorations In- cluded in the shower were some verj useful gifts including embroidered lin' en cut glass sihc.v, ,re and cooking utensi s V musical evening in which nim UMWI the following prominent- "10 fn consequence Mr Hastings con charge lyas. laid Sid the i recruits are exnected to leave, there will be between 60 and-75 men leav- ing: for Vernon. Coal Creek Flower Show A few of the wise ones of Fernie heat'ot an excessively hot afternoon, yesterday, and took the two o'clock train for.Coal Creek. A few, more fortunate, went by anto, and looked cool and contented when they arrived at the Coal Creek club rooms, where many people were gath- ered to have a look at the very ex- cellent display of flowers end vege- tables gathered bv the members of tho Coal Creek Floral and Horticul- tural societ> There were dahlias, daisies, and oceans, of sweet peas am other fnlihal varieties Two or three very nice collections fiora West Fer nie and Fernie Annex, taken up bj enthusiastic lovers of.beautiful things were among the attractions Tha Coal Creek shoild the honor o lio'iding the first flower show in the district, is a most ci editable record for the town uu the, eulcb and uoiu the evidence given j pernje people present said bweet who is employed by Mr Hil- liard at the Garage, acting on the uiklnicUoM of Mr IWliard, went to Brocket for the car and a letter ed Mrs Kennedv and Florence fiealu piano solos ng P musicians look part was' then rooder- Miss Miss Conlev, Miss .Delia Greaves, Hiss Marion McLeod and Mrs. T., C. Phil- lips vocal solos Luncheon was then sencd alter which the gathering oe- stowed on Miss Conley their hearti est congratulations. S. 0. E. PICNIC Tha Sons of England and. Daughters and Maids of England-are holding a picnic tomorrow, on the river bottom at. rear of power house.: Thqsejatterid- ing will meet at Conybeare's'coulee 7th Ave-. A., at 2.30 p.m. Ail-members 'and their friends are-invited to. at- tend PRESENTATION MADE TO MR. McELVEA A very pleasant ceremony .'.took piaco at Westminster .Sunday, school, yesterdav when the Bovs club in connection with the school took: oc- casion to .nfeun't their, leader, H.'.B. McEelyoa is to be married short iv to .Miss E. M. Way. vase. Mr. McElyea lias been active mem- ber of tlie Sunday school staff has km Been itader of tbe class for from Mr Simpson to Mr Billiard -uctions to bring the mrt w as not present in'court and Hie case stands adjourned until Monda) lor his not we do the leading act in such a worthy M. VENIZELOS Former Premier of Greece, and nrden prG'Aily who URS by Kin, Conntantlne on Aug.at 1' t" the formatioo ot a new. Greek, Cf.blnai Should obtain control MR. LEO M. COOMBS 'Mr. Leo M. Coombs, late of the ew 'York School of Music and Arts, aa been engaged by the management f the Lethbridge Conservatory oi [usic as of the vocal depart- int. Red Cross Notes "Probably there never was a public fund administered with ureatur precision and discipline Ihan the lied Cross fund. The pub- lie can he well assured that every dollar, they, contribute. is carefully. expended. "The great of, the- Red Cross combined with 'this as- surance of careful administration should stimulate public.generosity to greater efforts." UNAUTHORIZED USE OF THE RED CHOSS The Red Cross Society is ah organ- which guards jealousls the pru ileges it has gained under inter- rational law after years of negotia- tion witii all the governments oi the vorld. It'never lends its name to un authorized represented es It does lot permit promiscuous use of ts brassard or its Hag. It carefully scrutinizes the standing j[ all 'organizations whicii apply: to t lor charters1. It has become the 'ashion to apply the term "Red Dross" to every form oi charitable undertaking but there is a groat dan- 'ci in this practice. The Red Cross las acquired its unique status bv it's solidarity and world-wide organiza- tion Strong as it" is, however, it nil be -weakened, it. its guaranty IE used in an' indiscriminate and un .uthorized way. There is an instance of this in ..the to-r of Miss Joan Arnold! of the Canadian. Field Comforts Commission through the West. In a great many shi was received, no doubt without ner consent, as an accredited repre suitative'of the Canadian Red Cross This is not the case. Miss Vrnoldi has a cornmission from the Militia Department in connection with field lomforts. She has no connection w ith ithe international and. world wide RrJ Cross. Centralization has been the keynote of Red Cross success. Work undertak en without the authorization of the Red Cross Societi is work over whn.Ii it has no control and for which it can heir no responsibilit; AH Red Cross worker should bear in mind that it is to the best inter- ests of the society to act through none hut the official channels. GERMAN MILITARY ACCUtCD _____ _______ Captain Franz Von Papen military the Greek government aa expected a attache of tht German EmMssr, Balkan alliance will probably be cntid of implication in the plots formed to aid tie Alllet i by the New 'kork WoeW, ;