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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Sal in-day, August. :tl, Tjri5 LETllimiDGE DAILY HERALD Page I li NOT OLD TAIN THEIR TOOTHFUL VIGOR No Reason Why Men And Women Of Sixty, Seventy And Eighty Should Not Be The Secret Of Happy Old Age The Famous Medicine Made Of Fresh Fruit Juices, Again Proves Its Great Value In Curing Kidney Trouble. 1 Old age pays the cost of living. Few meu ami women of fifty, lixty and seveutyiare free of-Kidney.'Troublc. 1-Iard mental strain and gciierfll debility, tell iu.the long run. And many men and .women show they have Trouble by suffering pain in the hick, headaches, rheumatism, sciatica, bladder disease. To such people "Fruit-a-tives" has proved one of the wonders of tlie tlie most remarkable discovery of" the century in modern medical science. This fruit medicine has performed hundreds of cures where the sufferer had been told that the case was incurable. Take, for instance, Mr. Gco. Hartley, a prosperous farmer and one of tlie of Dundas Couuty, Ontario. At lie is. the picture of the vigorous actions and the sprightly step of a man of fifty. Yet for twenty years, he. suffered with Kidney Trouble. He "Fruit-a-tlves" and it cured him. JAN. 25th, 1911 "For over twenty years. I have troubled with Kidnev nisease, and the doctors told ine they could do'iue no good, and said I would be a sufferer all the rest of iny life. Nearly a year I tried I have been using them all the time since and am.glid to say that I am cured. I give the credit of doing; what the doctors said was impossible." GEO. W. BAB.KIJSY. ''Fruit-a-tives" is the only medicine iu the'world made of fruit, and is the only oiie that acts directly on the kidueys. It cures. ;oc. a 6 for or trial size, :sc. At dealers or.sent on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Oonl ia 111 In Winnipeg. .1. K. Paisley, tlio Ottawa hoaiface, >-an linod ?3G5 (or soiling liuuor af- tur hours. Table Board AH home cooking. LatfieS or Gentlemen 1208 Third Arc. S. (Redpalh) PHONE 1150 Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works NEEDS, Prep> Import. of Qrinlta 1th St, S.. nmr 3rd Xve. Lothbriflge. YOU WILL BINEFIT BV GETTING OUR PRICES SASKATOON Hi GLAD RAGS SasUatooii, Aug. prepar allons are being made for the rccep tlon of the Duke and Duchess at Coil naught iwid Royal party ou Jlonday through which the tour of til city be made bare been lavteb dKoratod with huullug and shield atnudTiTds baviug been erec ted along LUc curbing. FRECKLES Don't Hide them with a Veil; them with the new Drug An eminent skin specialist re- cently discovered a new drug, oihlne-double strength, which so uniformly successful m re- moving freckles and siring a. beautiful comploxion -ihat H ia wold by ,1. 0. Hlginbotbum ft Co., Ltd-, under an absolute guarantee to. refund the money if it faile. Don't uide your freckles un- der a vail; got an ounce oE othine Jiucl remove tliem. Even the first -night's use -o-ill show a wonderful improvement some of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely. It is iiUBOlutely harm- Jena, and cannot injure the moat tender skill. He sure, to ask Cor the double- othine; it is this thai Is sold on the money back guar- nutee- J. D. lUfiinbolham Cd.T Ltd. "A steady income assured-" 330 acres of the finest land in Uie district, less thnn 3 miles from three different railroads, all 375 acres trader cul- tiviXiou; 14 yaara' old bearing orpbard. Good .buildings, splen- did "water, ideil climate. To be sold nt EL bargain. Must go at once. F.'' W. McLaine Greenwood, B. C. ffaen you buy. for matches HAV! A TRUE SAFETY BASS HEAD, WITH SILtNT TIP. WILL NEVEH EXPLODE IF STEPPED ON. Kddr'n Jlltches Mi- Itflcil C.inaillnini sltico no others The E. B. Eddy Company, Hull, Canada GENERAL BOOTH WAS NOT RICH PROVISIONS OF HIS WILL PUBLIC ,.ARMY GETS PRORER1V j Lonclou, A siLjuniiiry of Lliu will left hy tin: lulu Gen. Hootli lias bueii made public. -All (lie property liuld by him as Ci'uiiiru] of the Malvalion Army niu! all public trusts, nolh real and per- sonal, including copyrights, are vcfil- .ed in his successor as General, for the Lime being, of Salvation Ai'niy; to lie held In- him, "ujion trusts uli'ccLing .same." jjy u codicil hie small private pro- perty having a net value of (approximately lie gives to tho .Salvation Ani.'y, witli llio cv-. ccptiou of ceriiiin jujiurs and memor- anda which arc given to liis chics I .son. Drainivoll HooLli, and a few chosen, hy arc'ylvcu as mementos to each of liis children and his children-iri-law. Another codicil deals with proper- ty, estimated to value representing monies settled on him many years hv the late Hen- iy Html For private use. II was this provision that enabled him lo no aUjiend nor tcinnn- iratioii ot any hind from Hie (vmils of UMJ Army. This property is di- vided among his children, Brain well, Catherine,, Herbert, -Eva an'l Luc-j1. 'His successor Brain well iS'appoiiit- cd executor ot the. will. BRITAIN'S ACTION DEEPLY RESENTED CHINA ASTOUNDED AT THE OR- DERS NOT TO ENTER TIBET Pekiii. Aug. consternation caused liy the British government's demand that China abandon her con- templated to Tibet to re- esuiulish the authority ol the republic, in Us province, re- pudiated aa that authority has bean by Tihet'3 declaration of Indepeud-ence, is crcaEiug rather Ttfaan subsiding. It -is contended 'at the British lega- tion thai; the demands unulc are in absolute- accord, willi treaty right and while this in doubtless a true re presentation. It is equally doubtlcs that the demands have 'been presentee at a most unfavorable time, as iuatHy the advances- of the aggressive powers, particularly Russia, 'rehoso demands in 'Mongolia are pracUcall> identical with those of Great Britain in Tibet.. "It is ii'ativnil, 'taking all clrcumHtan- ees into account, to believe that Bng land at, tho present time, does not waui. and would not he Immedlfttelj able to occupy TJbet. but it Is none tlm lees true that Jier action, which Ihls country hns no effective means of taking exception to, -deprives China o[ one of her dependencies, and seta a precedent which in its uin.j arouse to a dangerous degree HIP slumbering Chinese antagonism to for- eigners. Ic is stated, ton, that! has nfornicd China that she must agree o the British demands before Eng1- and grants official rccogntlon of he republic. H is believed flnlto generally liere .hat the British action jiresRges.i thcr Russinn and Japanese advances, whereby what, were the outlying ter- of the Chin-ese. empire will ost to the new -republic. The simple 09s of these'means little, but It brings aliens to the very border of China iropcr, which would bo mnde the subject of any future advances lead ng to a riuul distribution of territory. GETTING READY BIG FOR APPLE SHOW Leading Men Will Play Important Part in Spokane's Big Event Spokane, Wash.., Aug. Chief ex- iculivos of four norlHwestern s'ates nd Lieutenant-Governor T. W. Pat- raon, of British Columbia, have beon tamed to play li-e [ifth National important, part In Apple show, to bo eld In Sycksiue iu November. R. In- fnger, president of the Chamber oE Commerce appointed Governors M. E. Jay, of Washington; Oswald West, of Oregon; James It. Hawley, of rdoJio, nd 13d win L, Norria, of JlonUna, lo he Board of Governors, which also la omposcd of leading apple experts in very fruit district, of the Northwest. T. Day, ot Spokane, newly-elected halrman of the board of trustees, aid: "The splendid applo crop us- ures the best national apple show n our history, Fruit men throughout ho weel wlli harvest one of the big- est'crops in history, and I anticipate n exhibition of mlllloni of apples of nrpasalng quality and color. The how will plvo special attention to urea nroolems concerning owners of omniercial orchards In the Pacific "orfhivcst, namely, transportation, i.irkcLs and the profllable utilization f orchard by-products." Range Talks by the Housekeeper No. 1. Subject "The Appearance of a Range" "And yet, the beauty of the 'KOOTENAY' Steel Range is quiet.and refined showing real.artistic merit on the part of the designers. "It's nonsense lo say that the housewife does not prize a beautiful may as well say that a woman does not prize a nice home. Most women like beautiful like .every room in. the house to reflect' their good taste. "Show me a woman's kitchen and I will tell you what the rest of her house is the kitchen is spick and span; if there is a beautiful range there, can rest assured that the lady the mistress of a well ap- pointed not necessar- ily a lavishly furnished but a home that' is tidy and clean.; just as-beautiful as the family treasury can afford to have it, "The first thing a woman notes about a range is its ap- pearancc. You cannot evade that fact, you cannot afford to ignore it. The appearance of a range is of great import- ance to every housekeeper, and our biggest range makers know it. "For instance, look at this stands out closer mands investigation. "The nickel adornments are famed nickelling-process-makes for lasting beauty. Combine this with beautiful, smooth, ;burnished surfaces of this range -that stay as smooth as pol- ished plate glass, and you can eas- ily realize why delighted users call the "KOO- TENAY'Steel Range the most. beautiful of all ranges. Yet, the KOO- TENAY 'iseasily kept clean because the carving is :big and bold none of that superfine tracery :which is such a breaking feature of common ranges and so difficult to dean. do not say that a beautiful appearance is the important essential but it is of primary importance, because we note it first. The Oven is the important the subject of our next talk. Arid you can take it for granted, that the Oven of the 'KOOTENAY' is in keep- ing with its handsome appearance." LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG 201 MSGlaiy's TANCOUTER ST. JOHN, N. HAMILTON CALGAJir f. I 0 CHTJBCH SERVICES ST. ANDREW'S Corner 13th and '7th avenue porth. Sunday servicea 11 a.m. and 7.30 .p.m. Sun- day school at 3' Ail are welcome KNOX Minister Hey. A. G, Cameron. Services 11 and 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach, at both eervices- Morning aubjed. "Waiting Upon. God.'1 Even- ing, "The" Carpenter." The come Bible class will meet for Bible study at 3 p. I'n, In Iho church auditor- ium. p.m. ers and in the city arc cor- Sabbath school will meet at Chinese class at 4 p.m. Streng- dially Invited tho church. to Uie services SOME WORKING GIRLS LOSE TOO MUCH TIME Two Girls Tell How To Avoid It There la nothing ttiit leediM than experience. We thcrerore rrom the letters of two girls who fercd and were restored to hciltb. The Mine remedy ia within retch of aJI. Brooklyn, N. Y. "Prior" U the firat iwttle of E. Vegetable Compound I auffered agony every month, but after your wonderful medicine had been taken a while I felt it tie better, and after Uking seven bot- tles of it I feel that I can truly say I javc no more pain or inconvenience. "Asl am out in tbc business world as stenographer, I come in contact with many girls, and when Hic opportune mo- ment arrives I tell them about the Veg- etable Compound And I know that quits a few taking CANET, Dean St. Another Girl's Experience. iBhominffO, Okla. stenog- and book-keeper, and Lydin E. Pinkhim's VegeU- bla Compound haa Mved my lit e. I r.m enjoying: of Oats are reported rolling In (ho n foil ml Hamilton as n result of suffering fe- male painful periodi, and would bickache, and fainting spells. If any would like to write to me I will gladly answer her lellur tiid tell her what E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound his done for me." CHRI'STADELPHJANS At 125 Sth aveoue A, every Sunday arternoon for tlie breaking of brond. Furth information caa he obtained from Slduey T. Bataford, 710 Fifth avenue. ST. PAUL'S FIRST At the home of Rev, C. Grant, Iii09 Sixth avecue south. Sunday, Sept. 1st. school p.m. No ser- pastor will be iu Warner, Wed- pesday, 4.30 cittechlam cluee. Thursday, S p.m., monthly meeting of Luther League. FIKST BAPTIST service sermon. "Pcrfucting the Fust." Uible school at 3 p.m. 7.30 ser- vice In Morris Theatre. Labor Day scrmoBj "The Carpenter's wage." A. C. Wmtsou, B.A., pastor. WhJSLEY CHURCH Rev. T. P. Perry, pssior. >H. H. Cragg will oc- cupy the pulpit. Morning subject, "PHUI'B Readiness to preach the Goa- pel." Evening subject, "The Business of Lilie." Dmv'lGr, Holoiet of the Central McUiodlsL church, Calgiry, will render a aolo at (lie evening ser- vice. Sunday school anrl Bible 3 p.m. The usual "pleasant Sunday ng" will be held at the close of the evening service. All membera oE the congregation ure invited to enjoy u. social hour; visitors aud strangers especially welcome. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY 0. E. Hall, 10th St. G.F near T. AT. C. A. 9.45 a.m. Officers and teachers meet- ing; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. .Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S. Young, No. .L lat Ave. S. Phonn 685. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI- Sth Avenue :uid tlth Street, Rev. Canon McJlfllcn, rector. Sunday school and Bible class 3 p.m. Communion 8.30 a.m. on lliu tirst and tujrd Sundays (ind at tlie 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sun- days. Matins Jl a.m. Baptism -I p.m. Evensong AUGUSTUS'S ner Second Ave. mid Sth St., Rev. I. K MuiroMVright, rector. Holy Communion every Sunday S a.m. and on the first Sunday of the month al the eleven o'clock service. .Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school 2. p.m. Evon- BOHR 7.30 p.m. FIFTH AVE..BAPTIST CHURCH Sth avenue and 18Ui street novlh. Itev. C. B. aicKinnon, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 730 p.m. Sun P06T OFFICE BOX 91 The Wall Paper Question ISN'T .A QUESTION If you buy your Wall. Papers from the Revlo Co., it's the answer. Samples and Estimates furnished promptly. The Revlo Co. inti pocoratori South St., south, at 11 i.ra. and i.30 p.m. Sunday school nt 10.90 a.m.. A wel- me to GERMAN EVANGELICAL 1AJTH- will lie helil at 110 IGth St., KorIJi Lcthhridge, al 10.30 a.m., and will be conJuctefl Ijj the Rev. 0. A. Croth Iu the OUTTOMI guge. Ttie German sptaVinj popukn Is cordially invited. Mrs. Robtrt Wllklnion of died at the home ot ier ion, n, day school 3 p.m. Pi-flyer "meeting, Choir practice, Wednesday S p.m. hurv-riar S p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Royal Dank 11 Sunday school, 12.10 p.m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting 8 i.m. The reading room [a open -to everyone every diiy from .1 (o 5 p.m. Everyone Is cordlnlly Invited to at- CllU'IU'if 01'' Cervices in .Caledonian llnll filR 7th All Leather Collars These collars arc all in perfect condition, and arc {rood buying. Just the collar you re- quire to wear oui, (.hat old harness. The Alberta Saddlery Co., Ltd. 5th Street, Lethbridge ;