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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta fAGE SIX JLH Baked to a Turn! Our modern ovens, skilfully over-bake or burn Every one is at its crisp and tasty best. Plain and Salted. In Packages Only. TV takes even baking, too, to get the uniform golden brown and the melting crispness of our GfiAHAM WAFERS Sold in Packages Only. North-West Biscuit Co., Limited EDMONTON ALT A. The third couple married also to- clny by Pros. Wood nro not quite- so well known UB thoj- have not resided In tills district for so lone time. Mr. Heber Tracoy is the sou of Mr, Eli -Tracsy, formerly resident at Jia- grath, a-id now living in Montana. and as the groom ho supported Miss Sarah Hlnaldl whoso imrents are Cardston iicople. It is reported that these young peoplfe arc expecting to make thoir iiroscnt residence Jn Montana. BeazerFo'k Celebrate December 1st Is always a memor- able day for the good people of Boa- ier district an they hold an annual re-union big dinner in tho afternoon, followed by a program of speeches and music with dancing In the even- ing. the weather has been almost perfect a bis. crowd, a'ld everybody happy doubtless will be the result. Patriotic Fund The local committee in charge of Martin Woolf, M. P. P., are working hard to have 'a thorough canvas made this constituency. Every polling division Is Being allotted Us propor- tion of the Patriotic Fund aid sub- committees are to give each citizen a call and inform him the mini- mum lie is expected to pay in for this worthy cause. An? shirkers will be i given :a heavier amount than those who pay gladly, so it will not De long- er the current mouth before the required STOOD will be raised and we hope .considerably more. UUUU i11 (jm-U wuuicu "i Boche dugouts, forced there against. ,5 (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardston, Dec. young couples have been started on the ma- Irimonial road of bliss this week. On I1 the 29th, Delbert Beazer third son of Mr. and Sirs. Mark Beazer, and Miss Vinnie Scott, only daughter of Mrs. Erastus Olsen. were united for life j by'Edward J. Wood, only the parents being present to witness the cere- mony. They will reside in the iJea- ssr district where ths groom Is a svic- cossful young rancher and a noted "hunter" well as being .a skilled "angler.. The boys of the district are sorrowing for fear they may lose their jscout master, as Mr. Delbert Beazer has given'them- a most joyous hike, into the mountains during each .pSumifler for the past two years. The bride is one of the most accomplished ladies of the dis-y How many alien enemies is tie trict and is widely known in the vil P R, for instance, no-v People's Forum. CANADA FOR THE BRITISH On Active Service, France. Nov. 1, 1916. letter is (written on ac- tne ire -service conditions, namely, in s aer More Interest in Elections This Building Modern Homes (From Oi'T Own Coi-rcsponilenti Mncleod, Dec. day passed off quietly, but was o.uite dif- ferent from the past two years, when tiiere were only enough nominated to fill the vacancies. This year for council there are only four vacancies anil 9 nominations, so that each man will have to prove to the ratepayers that he Is the right to look after their interests for the coming ynar, 1917. On the school bonrd all were out, as two had resigned niter enlist- Ina. and the remaining had sRrvcrl their terms, and we have sev- [ulles, which in elecuon The the lumber required to fill the vacancies. Mncleod merchants sny the treaty time this year has been very satis- factory, os they did not all come In at (he same time, and today were held the horse races betweeu- the various tribes at the fair grounds, while the squaws and papodses filled the grand stand. The young -braves did the grand on the race .course, and much money changed- hands. Their trading with the white man is' today much easier. -SJid.' than in tlie years gone by. 3rd, 1916, was anni- versary-Sunday in the Methodist church, Rev.. E..S. Bishop, of Victoria church, was'the preacher for Tin; HKRAUI For Emergencies When you hays a bilious at- tack, or when you feelillness coming move the; bowels, start the liver working and put your entire digestive system in good shape with a; dose or two of the time-tested' TUESDAY, eu aspirants, two being will 'make new history matters in Uic to.wn of Macleod. Separate school nominated only delivered two powe.rtul rmonss oii the opportunities of life with several inches of mnd J in the morntng, aTid the Results of on the ground, the light from a caudle stuck in a biscuit bos. This dugout Is situate on the busiest War ia evening. This was Mr.- Bishop's -first-visit since he pastor here, previous to moving You will welcome the quick relief and often ward off a severe illness. Bee'cham's Pills are carefully compounded from vegetable harmless, and not habit-form- ing. Buy a box now. You don't know when you may need Beecham's Pills. A reliable family remedy that always at Hand Sale at Any MwHcfcw m tho Wcrfi Sold In 25 centt. Mrs. W. 0. Miller, of De Bouita, to' Alta., has sent the following letter to __ _____ ____ _ _ ________ __ front at the time of writing, on the calrary. He has many friends who! the Herald, received from her hus- front where big things .are expected, the church on this occasion i Dand] who is with (he Port Garry Periodically the dugout is strafed to near nim Tne f manciai results for Horse in training in Kn rs g in Kngland. He was by Fritz, and its occupants havejo the day were verj. good. I originally with the 13th. having been Signs of prosperity arc seen in all transferred. He says: directions from Macleod; Many of; n felt better than I do our farmers iare building or have built k traaeport new homes for themselves, and are flee and seek cover in distant shell holes. And now the reason of this letter. (CONTIKUED FliONT Idea lu stepping out of a Canadian jail Into one of Unela Sam's BO he declined tho offer without thank's. Since then ho has boon aHxiouslr awaiting Dec. see whether or not ho would his freedom, and every day he made enquiries from Warden Kiv- ors as to tho fate, awaiting.him. Needed in 'Frisco That Von Koolborgeu co.uld be very nicely used In the cases against tho agents of the German consulate at San'Francisco in connection with bomb plots aloag the coast Is known from' the fact that one of tlie nmart- est sleuths of tire U. S. secret service .visited Lethbridge last January, spending' two days examining the al; leged spy In an to learn what he knew. The verdict of the rtotec live was that Von Koolbergen woul( be a very Valuable man If'he would turn state's evide ice. In fact, the in- mate of tlie LeUibrldKo jail was look ed upon as the star witness in tho case provided he would'tell on his former pals higher up. But it is doubtful.if Von Koolbergen will go back to the States unless com- pelled to do so, for it has been estab- lished that it was his affidavit, made when arrested iu Calgary on the for- gery charge, which led to the investi- gations in the San Francisco bomb outrages, and tho fmlictnient of the German consulate's hangers-on. A civil suit In tlie San Francisco courts has also been started against Von Koolbergen by Von Brinken, who is suing for money, due him for mule's and other supplies found for -Von Koolbergen by Baron Von Brinken when the former was coming to Brit- ish Columbia to look up a mineral de- deposit. Von Koolbergen, however, swore that the supplies were turnUh- ed in order that, he might go to I'rit- ish Columbia and blow up a. number of C. P. R. bridges and thus put t' e transcontinental railway system of Canada out of business. Von Koolbergen will likely- go to Calgary tonight, where he will he i n- der the careful eye of Chief Cuddy, who has wired the department of tice at lOttawa for definite instruc- tions in the case. ouo. of'Uuo'.. largest lii the qlty, Last your raised ut Grace church anil iirobably im amount will be obtained .'.thore during this year. From this church '1BO moivhayo enlisted and the .congregation keeps in touch, with them all. A letter is written to each soldier every three months, whllb twice a year a parcel Is every bbv'.at.the trout. All of the church's .activities and organ- izations dire though1 their -financial obligations loom very heavy and will require con- siderable ;sacrifice .'during tho noxt two years, the determination with which the..problem, has been attacked Insure., the fact that these obstacles will be surmounted..: Dr. Huglwon was awarded tho degree-of doctor of divin- ity by'Wesley qblloge a couple rof years MRS. SMITH EARNS REPUTATION For Biking Good Bread Paltry. OPEN NOSTRILS: END A COLP OR CATARRH How To Get Relief When Head and Nose are Stuffed Up. Those wore i'ortuuate .enough to sample her bread or her'pies 'and cakes wore, delighted and asked her for the recipes. "It isn't recipes; it Isn't'my explained tho inodeal Mrs. .Smith, (Who is really a very good cook just the "it's the flour 1 Osilvie's Royal Household Flour: "It's always the oamo high quality year In and year out. My .bread turns but his, white, close-toxtured-loaves of really exceptional flavor. It makes my cakes light and my pie crusts crisi) and flaky. -.v''l- had been in the habit of using another flour, until one day I ran out. ami my grocer seat -me Ogllvie's Hoyal Household '.'Flour. It gives botter service than any flour I have ever used, and siuco then 1 have in- sisted -that my grocer deliver it regu- larly." For delicious bread, pies, cakes anil Ogilvle's Royal Household Flour cannot bo beaten. Advert. A Former Leth- bridge Pastor their .And.the caiise of all this and the Germans, Austria and AustrlanR. Yet, Germans and Austrians welcomed into Canad positions, now occupy th The Gas Co. .is now busy installing 'the shut-off we had, the prospects of no I coal may be the cause of this Cattle raisers from the hills of natfons is with us M> feet have never been cold and I .am not afraid. War is the same to a soldier as farm ing is to a farmer I am not looking for any more war after this one, but I don't want to come home till tins one hold leading the cattle are m good shape for win- am not T came to do the positions ter, and there is plenty of feed on h k j the r, ht avan d o-J-Bfl tplV SI) TlTll V tfinn lefloy us" thoseyo; checreS as tlie range, even a greater, supply than we lettv and yet, now that we are dis- tant, you at home encourage our enemies in our-land.v previous years. of Aetna where she formerly re- sided. A big. reception was had on rerura of the young neople_from 'Cardston. Vv m. Broadbent and Jliss Eimma rteavitt ,were also married today by -Pres..Wood at his office. These young.people are both at the village How many the Gale mines? Piobaolyj 1C accused of employing alien enemies l_ If accused of employing 'alien enemies f_______________.----------------------- they would defend themselves (CoxiiOTrD FPOM TrJNT PVGE) thatthe Germans and Austrians whom they employed were naturalized canonical law.'would mark more a dian subjects. _ I tranquil enoch for the church, so ai- But what does this E0 the time might-come-when the consist of? i spint of the law might again bi> re- Piles Free tfflal of Pyramid'Kle Twit- meat Will Answer tlie Qaeetioa Emphatically. and start life's jonrney Some of these "ilien enemies do not speeieji in the and bring har- with the best wishes of many friends i know whether they are naturalized or many and prosperity to the nations and almost a host of relatives. They went through come perfor- hride is the third daughter o! Thos. nmnce, and signed their name to Tne .New Cardinals cardinals are' Jloasiguor R. Leavitt whose lather was one of [sonie papers shortly before the last Lafontaine, patriarch Venice, Mon- Cardston's pioneers arriving here m Dominion election They now Snow Sjgn0r Dimatio Sbarretti, lonner dele- esactly what it was all ahout, gatB m Canada, later Bishop of Ha sibly it Bas naturalization In fact, lTana ana recently assessor of the on heins rjroaipto'l, they think it was Holy See; Monsignoi ?rch- May. 1S87. The groom the son of 0. P B-oadbent and there is a large family r-onnection on Ws family's side In the Leavitt -district. His brother is in the trenches in Prance and i iniewise his uncle, Hynem Broadbent naturalization. Yes, they are sure it -was. Prepare This for a Bad Fine Ckeaplr and Eullr Hade, lint DIM> tke tVork The finefli cough wrap that money UeM only about one-fifth as with ._ into a IC-oi. bottle and the with plain granulated sugar Shake thoroughly and it is for use. The total cost is about and gives you 18 a most effectual, It keeps per- of'Reme, Consignor Dubous, Aichbishop of Honen; Vit- How many Austnans is the Northern tono Araedeo Ranuzzi Di Btanchi. ma- Conntruction Co employing between of the Vatican, Consignor Kamloops and Tete Juan Cache, or in goggianj, secretary of the holy of their camps west of Kamloops to the _ fonner apostolic delegate to coast? j Mexico, Monsignor Ascalosi, Arch- Now, is it fair, or is It even rjeaaon- bishop of Monsigior Man ihle that these Germans and Aus- rm, Bishoti of Greenohles, llonsignor tnans should vote on effect Jlanni, secretary of the holv signa- mg the war, as mdireetiv they do, t ture, Montlgnor Giengi, Which true Canadians and Britishers tary of the council. are now Ighting' Would not it be bet tor to have a smaller Immigration and a smaller population, but entirely Crown Prince Runnrscnt of Bavaria loyal, than a large forciim immlgra j is quoted In the Muenchener Neueste tlon and a corre ipondingly larger pop-1 Nachnchtep as describing the fight- portion of mg on the Somme as most sanguin- admitting -that--Germany's ere have been ver> heavj'. "You may rest assured "Save" ifo't "Germans and Austrians will not again be taken by sur- caHsed considerable trouble In Cana- i prise "Hello! Send Me a Box of PrrmnH." Your case is no worse -than the cases of many who did try :thlg remarkable Pyramid Pile Treatment and who have sines written us let- ters bubbling overV with Joy.: {and thankfulness r Test It at our expense by rnallinfT the below coupon, or a ft'o box from yonr drqEglst now. Tafce no substitute. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PTRAjriD DRUG 'COMPART. GM Pyramid Building. Marshall. Mich. Kindly gend me a Free sample of xSramfil File In plain wrapper. Street Cltv.............. da during the present cris.s' Have not large Internment ramps had to be in- j stituted, with a consequent increase s expense to the government maintain- ing guards and for upkeep? Now why should not Austrian and German Immigration into Canada be prohibited for, say, ten years, so ai get gradually but surely annoying -throat tickle and dre Will entirely. Not for bronchitis, ipasmodic croup, ine cough or bronchial asthma. is a special and concen- trated compound of gpnume Norway L lime extract, combined with guaiacol and is known the world over for prompt hcaluu; effect on ths throat nembianefl. Avoid diiappomtmeit by yonr ot with 'full directions and don't accept any- ejH> guarantee of abaolute dat- _ There has been considerable talk about the hold that the Austrian and German has on the States, Jess something is done, and that JuicMy, he -wjll have an equally strong bold on Canada In a few years1 time Is not puhlle opinion in the British Isles, at the present time, directed as td German trade, and sup presfe the same after the war? Before we left Canada no one had any use, at least they professed to have no use, for German made goods. catarrh nos- trils will ;open, the air passages of your head- will clear and you can breathe freely. No more snuffling, hawking, mucous discharge, dryness or headache; no, struggling for breath at night. I Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a little at this fragrant antiseptic cream in yoiir nostrils.- It penetrates through every air passage ot the head, soothing and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield' like magic. Don't stay stuffed up and miserable. Relief is. Adyt. money promptly refunded no use, lor uermanmaue with Tto finat If there no use for tho German In- v' coefl with this-prc ,Co., Toronto, Out. The N'rsing Mission Provldei visiting nurses for mater- and all medical tand surglcs! "cases (except contagious diseases and charges according to the cir- cumstances of. the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge Graduate nurses for private duty o provided. For further panic- vurs apply ta the Nuraing Mis skin, 413 Hth Si S. 'Phone 1233. (AIM) A. M. TilUy, (MlM) M. WlUn, Num. t'Mftt) i-Nune animate, then how much less use for tolerating the German animate in our midst To put the whole thing in a nutshell, and in the vernacular as used by the "Tommy" fi'hli' rain-besoddcn dugout: what the hell's' the use of UB strafing Fritz you at home "are em- ploy'ng, encouraging and entertain- lug him Yours truly, F. G. HOLYOAK, Sergeant, 30th Battery C. f. A. Recovery of Rudium j A Pennsylvania scientist claims to have developed s method by which 60 per cent., of the radium in its ore ii licovefed, a greater percentage' Look for the Trade Mark. The manufacturer that advertises an article does so in the belief that you will become a perm- anent customer. It would not pay to advertise if you were to buy only one package of washing or baking powder, soap, lye, tea, coffee or cocoa. And to assure your future patronage, he must give you full value for your money. In other words, when an particularly one selling for a small price, is advertised, it absolute evidence that it must be good value. Examine the name and the Trade Mark. Get the genuine article advertised. You are not safe with a substitute. (Winnipeg Free Press) No greater tribute could be paid to a pastor than to be told by his church board that he isiindispensible to the welfare of his congregation. A cou- ile of years ago the little'body of men iirecting the activities: of Grace church came to this conclusion .re- garding their, minister, ,Rev._ Dr. J. E. Hughson, and so; impressed were they with, the importance 'of this convic- tion that they decided 'that the Mani- toba conference should he' informed of this fact. In due time the confer- ence was appraised 'of the situation and ,the arguments presented satis- fied the delegates that if Grace church wag to shape its destiny in a manner most jn keeping with mission, Dr. HughBon iudispensible Consequently the four years' 'limit which Methodism imposes upon the services of a'preacher at any one church was removed and now Dr. Hughson is virtually a permanent pas- tor at the big institutional church. Hughson is regarded as one _of the-host preachers in western Can- ada, while as a leader of church activ- ities and an inspirer of benevolent enterprises he has few equals any- where.' His all these capa- cities is further attested by the fact that one of the largest and perhaps the most influential Methodist church- es In the east has made determined though'vain efforts to secure him for its pastor. Though born in St: John, '41 ycars'ago, Dr. Hughson lived most of his life in Nova Scotia He took his matriculation wo'-k in Acadia Villa seminary at Horton. Nova Scotia, which is situated in the heart of the district made famous by Longfellow in -his' "Evangeline." Prom this little senunary Premier Borden, Sir Fred- erick Borden, .ludse Burbidge and many other notable'men have received their early education After graduating from this little school he entered the ministry as ballbrier and preached his first ser- mon in Haliiax His theological stu- dies he pursued extra murally fiom Dalhousie college and then he went to Toronto university, where he regls tered in Victoria college as stud- ent m -arts He graduated from the big eastern university, as a B A in 1902. From Toronto he'went back to the blue nose province and accepted his first charge at a, little nlace called Parrsboro. After remaining theio for one year he was lured to the west by a call to Lethbridge, ,r. the "tile Alberta town, as it (was then, he preached his first sermon to 27 peo- ple in 1 chfe'' which was little bet- ter than a shack. In the four years which he was there, however, a, new church was built and when he left there was a firmly established con. gregation of nearlj 600 people. The flourishing town of Ingersoll, Ont., then was the irejtt scene of Dr. Hughson's activities. He remained there for three years, during which time he performed a real ecclesiasti- cal feat He was instrumental in un- iting the two Methodist churches Which had remained aloof from one another and from organized Method- ism since union. One was an old M. B church ard the other of the Wesleyan denomination Perslatenl efforts coupled with diplomacy and tact gradually broke down the bar- riers and finally both entered the fold of the Canadian Methodist church. After three years In Ingersoll Dr. Hughson went to McDougall church In.Edmonton, where his ministry was strikingly successful. Durlnx the four other process In BE PATRIOTIC- WEAR RUBBERS British Government Has Given You Rubber at Low Price, So You Can Wear Bub- DCTS and Overshoes to -Protect Your Expen- sive Shoes. Before the war 'a cow cost sixty dollars; now a'cow'5 hide costs as :rauch. This means expensive shoes quality as before with a price fast approaching double that formerly-paid. "What's to be asks tha man. or woman in moderate cir- cumstances. Buy Rubbers and Save your Shoes" is' the. .answer the British Government gives. The; British Government has put. the price of rubber down BO that you -Think of, this and think' .of. .the rise In the price of other'" staple, articles. Then, be patriotic :arid'-wear r made from.Britlsh Government rub- ber-r-and save' your shoe leather from winter's snow and fall rains. With the Xmas and New Year's Greet- ing to old friends, enclose your Por- trait. It's 'the ideal -re- membrance because it's the next best thing to a visit. Make the Appoinlmtnl Early Smith'sPortraitStudio 906 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1471 DOUBLE ITS BEAK Try This! Hair-Gets Thick, Qlossy, Wavy and Beautiful at Once. Certain? that's the j ,y of it. Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears'aa soft, lustrous, and beautiful as a young girl's after a Danderine hair cleanse Just try a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair taking one small, stiaud at a time TJbls will cleanse the I hair of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and' in just a few moments jou hale doub- led tho beauty o? youi hair A delight- ful surprise awaits those whose hair has heen neglected or is scraggy, fad- j ed, dry, brittle or thin Besides beauti- fying the hair Danderine dissolves ev ery particle of dandrulf; cleanses pur ifles and invigorates tlie scalp, for- ever stopping itching and falling hair, but what will please you most will he after a few week's use see new and downy at really nev, hair growing all o'.rr th'i scalp. If ca'o for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it surely get a So-cent -bottle of Dander me from any drug stoie or toilet counter and CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAIR FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED BABIES' MILK Milk supplier from Individual rows' that have passed the tubercular by. the govern- ment veterinarian. i EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St.- S. "BREIS1ESTIF HFJIGHY, BILIOUS, 7 jk Btst for Liver and Bowels Bid Broth, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach, Get a 10-c'ent box I Sick 'headache, biliousness, coated Head1 and dose clogged up with a always trace this to torpid, liver; delayed, fermenting food in the' bowels or sour gassy, stomach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in- testines instead of being cast out of the system IB' re absorbed Into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes conges tlon and that dull, throbbing, sicken- j inf headache. Cancarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gasses, take the bilf- from the liver and carry out a'l raattPi' anil pols will yetrs ol his pastorate a new, f 100.0M .work church was and many new mesV from were received Into the Dr. Hughion's walk in Winnipeg PJrtM will IUMWU and ills ons (n the A Gascaret' tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. Thej 10 cent box Vfl't means your head nwect breath right; com iif liver and bnweli FOR SALE! Pedigree Clydesdale Mares JU87 ARRIViD FROW 6A8T One load of Imported and Cm- adian Bred marts ind All bred and In good condition. Will be sold privately at the Palace Livery Barn CALL OR PfcltmeJlft W, H. GAL ;