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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATlJRDAYi JANUARY 23, 191S THE LETrn^-*lirGE DAILY HERAJ.n ^AGE FIVE HIE BLOOD IS THE KOOIIU SIREtil OF UFE M HE MAN Pure Blood Is Absolutely NeeessAry To Health �FRUIMVES" PURIFIES TheM . Woiulerf 111 TableU, Made of Fruit Juic�*, Ar� The Best Of All Tonics To Purify And Enrich The Blood. Put�, rich blood eaa flow only in a clean body. Now", a clean bbdy is one in which the wa�t* matter ia regtitarly u.d naturally eliminated from the ystem. Tlie bldiod cannot be pure when the skin action ia weak, whcti , the stombch'dees not digest the foo action on all these organs, keepattbc' whole system ia clean as Nature intended bur bodies ;te be clean. " Prult-a-tiyes" tones up, iuvlgo-. rates, strengthens,'pnrifies, cleans and gives pure, rich, clean blood that is, iu truth, the stream of life. "I*ruit-a.tive�" la told by all dealers ^ at sort, abox, 6 for $3.50 trial size asc � or sent postpaid en receipt of price by S^ruit-a-tives Limited. OtUwa. TORONTO ALLOWS GERMAN , PROFESSOR TO LEAVE Toi-onto, Out., Jan. 22.-^Profegaoi' Immanuel Bensinger, who recently' re-singed hlB chair in tho UnivArsity of Toronto, yeptierday, was granted per-xnlasion by the alien regietratlon office to leave the country within 32 days. PrbfesAor Benslnger told tlie alien office h^ expected to leave for Princeton. He said he was not going to Princeton as lecturer, as had been stated, but on a personal viait to a friend. He will remain in New Jersey until summer. Beauty at Sweet Sixteen Cornea Baeic When One Clear* Up the Complexion by ihe Quick Acting Stuart'e Calcium Wafere. - Pimples are ah offense to others and a crime against yourself. People have only tolerated you bacauso they con-eJdered the condition of your face to be a misfortune a�alnst which you have no remedy. But now that it is universaily known that StuarfB Calcium Wafers will UBUally banish pimples, (blackheads, blotclies, eruiptiona, and liverspote, your continued negll-�ence will be considered inexcusaible. "I Wish I CoSid MUke Every Pimply Woman Take Stuart'e Calcium Wafere Just One Week." . The person with' a pimply face Is always unattractive and at a disadvantage in society. Thoae ugly disfigure-ments set at naught the effect of the �inost perfect feature*. If your face and figure had the claesical outlines of a Greek statue, a mass of plmplee would still destroy your ibeauty. A �lear, fresh skin Is absolutely essential to any real beauty. A beautiful complexion is dependent on a rich, pure, abundant supply of blood to the skin. Calcium. sulphide; has long been recognized as one of Uie most effective of blood purlflersj Quickly converting all impurities Into gaseous form that readily escape^ from the pores, It purifies the bloodj Jn remarkfilbly short order. CaloluniS Bulphlde is the ohlot constituent ot Stuart's Calcium Waters, which ooni tain: besides, certain mild alterative^; that invigorate tlie blood. You will be delighted at tiie rapidity with which all face .dltorders will dleap; pear, once the blood has been cleans; ed of its Impuritiea through their use. You have a right to ibeauty and he �. In every ca�e the Germans were responsible fdrobmmltting outrages. In one calse Mt. Powell says,' alter the battle of Malinci^, the Uhlaiis were successfully pursuing the Belgian foot troops who were keeping up, a rearguard action. There was �� a slight skirmish near it, stiian village. Mr. Powell said he had not seen one Uhlan fall from his i^aiidle shot. A few minutes Iat?r I the: Jhain-, body ot the Uhlans approached. There was a, P'pt-ty cottage near. In this an old man, his son, wife and daughter liyeil. To make certain that they would be treated as non-combatants they had barricaded their wiadows and hat! hidden in the cellar. The man and his son were ruthlessly hauled out and were bayoneted to death before the eyes of the mother and daughter. "I know this is a fact," added Mr. Powell. "I was there 20 minutes later. I saw the victims. I counted no leas than 20 bayonet wounds in the face and neck of the father. I helped to bury him." The nixt incident told of was, still more revolting. It was il.noet inhuman. In a :thc session of th^'AlJierta farmers at their convention' this altetnoon;,> The discussion arose out of the following resolution printed by the Kairgrove Union : � � r � "We respectfully irequest. t*iat a pork'-pacviB* plant bft'now; built and operated undei; the, govetpment's ot-fer, the supply of pigs, required for same by thes government being now in the pocsesBibn of the farmers.." W. F.' SijEvens, provincial livestock sommissioifer; speaking' to the resolution said the isovernmeptv.would have to start oni a small scalar at first, and that ttie'larmcrs would have to give an. absolute guarant>^ to sell their product'fo the plt^nK . The, resolutiga^ got no. hirther than did a simiiar''6ne',at Leijibr'dgc last year, It wpisi aefetred' tji thf oxceii-livf. for at'-ljoB. ' PERHAPS IT'S THE KIDNEYS that are making you feel so bacUy. If so, you can easily tell. If your head feels dull and achy-if your back hurts nearly all the iimc-if your appetite is poorly and your tongue Is coated-if the urine bumi, ia highly colored and ofl'cii-iive in odor-if you notice a brick dost deposit or mucus in the urine after standittK over night-^then you certainly have something the matter with your Kidneys. Get rom tmk JBL kionkt* St. Siiiivciu, QuobccCity, 'For a lont; time, I bud been Kufl'erniK-iVotii the Kjdneyn and Pnins in my Hack and Ltmbt, I hav,; tried several remodicd without siiccesK. After UBtnE Gin Pills I w.ia noon relieved o( my pains And now 1 am perfectly cured, and due cnttreJv to Gin Pills". Mr.. Ve. J. GUV. Gin Pills' sre "Made in Canada and sold by all dealers at 50c. a box, 8 for $2.50. Sold in U.S. under the name "GINO" Pills. Write ua for free trial treatment. , National Dma and Chemical Co., bi Canada, Clmitcd. CHURCH. SERVICES ASSERTS HOLLANDS' AIR IS VIOLATED London Opinion Is Chiefly Concerned With Attitude of Government at The Hague London.-The most imporiaul feature of the latest German exploit, the air raid on tlie Norfolk coast last night, which cost four lives, is, ih the iL sincere desire to help other suffering women,' for we assure you there is no other reason why she should court such publicity. Canadian Woman's EJxperience: Windsor, Ont. - " The birth of my first child left me a wreck with terrible weak ,-n spells, but I am glad mim^to tell you that I do not have those weak spells and I feel like a new wonian sirlce taking Lydia E. Pinkharn's: Vegetable Compound, lam now well and strong and can do my own house.Wbrk. Ida not take niedieino of any kind.- It was Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound that restored me to health."r-Mrs.^ Robert FAlRBAiiiN,072 Parent Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, v , . It y�a want apcclal advlas'write to la�la C PlBkliam IMcdioinc Co; (cbnfl-4eatlal) Lynn, Mass. Your Ivttcr Will be o]>�ned, road iiiiii answered by* a noMAU and h�ld hi �irIot euiiiidtiuees and prcs-pecls as betoken itiji; the near ap-piroacli of the. Kingdom of CJod", bv Sydney T. Uatsloid. All scats free. No collection. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH corner Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. P. Miniwegan, pastor: Rev. Fr. Bld-ault/ assistant pastor. Sunday services: Children's Mass, il a.m.; High Mass, 11 a.m.; evenin;; service, 7.30. Sermons at all services. > SALVATION ARMY Services are hela at the Citadel, Pif'A street, as loUows- Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meelin(r; ?, p.m., prals* meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Weo'i iiiKms; Alondiiy, s p.ui., piibJii; meeting, led by slaters; Wednesday, 6 p.m.. Soldiers' raeetlug; ThuTsdar, I p.m.. Salvation moGling, Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, s p.m., free and oas.v meellng. ;  LATTER DAY 3AINTS \CHURCH OF JEKIIS CHRrST OF I^AITER BAY S.-VJNTS-Corner of Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school ; 'i p.m. s'acra-'inent meeting. Visitors .-jlways welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, lOlG Second Ave. S. Plione 1'I93, LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH-Corner Sixth Ave. and Filtecnth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, ' .January 24. German .services at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. KngUsh services at 7.30; p.m. I Sunday, Jan. 21, ICnglish service i will l)C held at the parsonage, 710; 16th St. N., on Sunday evening be-: ginning at 8 p. m. Rev.'K. J. Elling pastor. Everybody is v.-elcc>-.iie to at-atend. ' . ' CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH-Rev. B. Plckel, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m,,, V'heri tlie Christian Endeavor will he combined with the evening service. Rev. David Ross will! speak in the n^orning and tlie pastor ' in the evening! ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S' CHURCH, Corner Eleventh strefeiftraiid Eighth avenue South.-RectbrirSlev. Canon McMllleii. Sunday. January 24; Third Sunday in Epiphany: 11.30 a.m.. Matins and Holy Communion, with sermon; 7.30 p.m., Evensong,"with sermon. Canon MoMillen will .preach at both services. Sunday school. Adult and Junior Boys' and'JUnior Girls'-.{ages 14-18) Bible classfesfaf'3 p.m." ' ^ ST.' AUGUSTIN'S CHURClt-Corner Second avenue and Eighth street. Rfev.-' Canou Murrel-Wright, rector. Matins, 11 a.m. Holy Communion every Sunday morning at "8 a.m., and at the 11.. o.'clock service on the first Sund.^y of the it!6hth. Bvonisohg, .'7.30 p. m. Sunday school, 10 a.m. Rev. Canon Mowai of Cardston, will con-i duct the services tomorrow. I ST, IVIAIRY'S CHURCH.-Rev. C. i H. Popham, rector. Holy Communion, 8. a.m. and" Clioral Eucharist on the first, Sunday of the month at 11 o'clock service. Matins Ua.m. Smiday school, 3 p.m. Evensong, 7.30 p.m. BAPTIST ;'FIRST BAPTIST CITORCH-Morn-ijig^service 11 Rev. David Ross,' pastor. Rev. C. B, McKiiinoo will speak at both services. ...PIPTH AVENUE BAPTIST-Corner Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street. -Sunday school. 2 p.m. Sei-vice at; 3,;].5 p..m. Mr. Carson, speaker. All wielcome. PRESBYTERIAN � KNOX-Pastor, A. H. Denoon, B.D. Setvices tomorrow at 11 a.m. and fj.SO p.'m. Boys' department of Sunday; sohqoil at 2. Other departments and adu'lt Bible olass at 3. Chinese class at 4. Full choms choir at both services. Everyone.-cordially invited. . ST.'ANDREIW'S-Pastor, Rev. A. C Bryan. 11 Morning service. Junior S.. S. at 3, Senior S. S. at 3. Evening service at 7.30. AIL welcome. METHODIST. \TOSTMINSTBR CHURCH-Rev. J. B. Francis, pastor. , Class-meeting, 10 a.m. Morning service at 11 a.m. Rev. Victor Howie, Jf.A.B.D., of CoaWale, will speak, .subject, "Only a Thread." Children's subject, "God's Magnet." His evening subject, will be "Christian Racing." WESLEY-Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, j pastor. Residence, 320 Eleventh st. I Phone 404. 11 a.m. "God's Great j Love-Plan for Mankind," after Keen-l leyside's boolc, "The house to be builded for Jehovah." 3 p.m. Bible, school and .adult classes. 7.80 p. m. "Our Canadian Heritage and Responsibility." Morning anthem, "God is Love", Shelly. Evening anthem, "�Unfold ye Portals'.', Gounod ; contralto solo, "Promise of> Life", Mrs. Johnson. PENTECOSTAL . .PENTECOSTAL MISSION-Unity Hall, 5th Ave.,''North. Sunday at 11 a.m. Remembering the Lord's Death. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Gospel meeting. Everybody wclcoriie. BELIEVERS ' , Burgmann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North Lethbrldge.-Believers assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at U a. m. Sunday school at 3 p. m, Gospel preaching at 7:80 p. m.. Bible reading, Wednesday 7.-tr> p. rn. ' ' State federations.are being urged to work tor the adoption ot uniform textbooks. Cleveland (Ohio), labor unions are preparing for a labor forward, iiiove-ipeiit.. PURITY-QUALITY-FLAVOR BAKER'S COCOA Posse^BjCS All Three It is absolutely pure, conforming to all Pure Food Laws. It is of high quality, being made from choice cocoa beans, skilfully blended, i Its flavor is delicious, because it is made without the use of chemicals, by a strictly mechanical process that perfectly preserves the appetizing NATURAL flavor of high-class cocoa beans. MADE m CANJiTiJi BY WALTER BAKER & CO. Limited Established i ?So DORCHESTER, MASS. Rentstered Trade-Mark MONTREAL, CANADA City Hall Axe was Sharp CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE. as lihe country is experiencing, they must make their ccQtribution to the cause of economy. The civic employees, when the war broke out, and when the wolf began ' to stalk abrcad, each gave a day's \ pay every month toward a f"nd to he' used for local relict, and there is not a ratepayer living but who will speak of their action in high terms ot praise. The reductions will all date from January 1, 191.5. Tlie aggregate cut on tbc commissioners' salaries, amounting to $1260 a year, will, go toward relief work that the city is forced to carry out. In the estimates' for this year, there is an item of .$10,UpO for relief and this will be changed to $8740, so that the commissioners' reductions will apply on the tax rate. The reductions made yesterday will gc- a long way toward making the Ifll'a , tax' rate one-half a mill less than it otherwise would have been. Settlers Turn Eyes This Way CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE son is'a Jiioneer ill the readj'-made farm business, and has a reputation throughout Jiforth arid- South Dakota, where he, has '., advanced similar schemes to Syliat, he intends to con-surdmftte. in Southern Alberta.. . ; Mr. Wllsoh's plan is to put up the buildings just as soon as he has sold the land. They are_er-cted to suit the requirements of thfe purchaser, and include a house and stable, and such other buildings as' the farmer may desire. I3ut Mr. WjiSon not only constructs the lanrier'fe buildings. He a.ssists him in tM /puirchase of Iiorses, live stock, seed, and feed, on long tarnis. .The t-enants tor six farms already sold in Alberta to take up irrigation, farming early in the .spring. And they will not be sorry. There are evidences on every hand that ViViy is going to be Sc�thern Alberta's banner year. The precipitation for the last three mouths, totalling 3.99 inches, is, more than lor the corresponding period in' any year since 1902, when the records were started. The nearest apprbacJi to this figure vsras in ItOe, When the jpireoipitation reached 3.62, and in 1907 there was a bumper crop in the south. There is from six to eight feet of moisture stored up, in the soil at the present time, and with a good quantity ot snow on top, and,the ground -well frozen, this supply will be available for germination of the seed in the spriiig., Ah experienced farmar made tho statement to tho Herald that it wc get as much rainfall in Maf this rear as we did last, there will be no doubt about a crop. There seems to be no reason to doubt but what we will got as much, tor the records show that the fall in May last was very-light. Tliere arc other evidences i>hat Southern -^Jberta will come into licr own this year. Farmers who left the Bow Island district to return to their former homes m the United States, are coming back. A prommeni; Winnipeg business man realizing that farmiug will be the game to play, has visited the Leth-bridge irrigation district, .ind the C. P. R. readv-made farms, and expects to rsturn. If he docs, he will bring number of - other .settlers with him. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder Has your morning cup coffee a full rich flajtor and delicAte aroma? If not, ask for BLUE RiBBOfVI coffee vi^hen glvinat;,youf next order and notice the difference. You will be agreeably .surprised. Blue Ribbon Tea, Coffee, Baking/Powder, Splcis and Extracts all one grade-the best. Our Boys at Salisbury Lined Up as at Hockey Game When Prop Lethbridge Arrived on Scene NEW .DEPARTURE IN GERMAN KULTUR On November 2'4'lkst, the Alexan-1 der Gait Chapter, i.O.D.E!., sent a parcel of field comforts, donated by the ! women of Lethbrldge, to our men on Salisbury Plain: Part of these -were sent to .Lileut. Godwin for dlstribii- I tion. The following is a letter received by the Chapter from Lieut. Qod-v.'in: "Jan. 2.-^I received your note on December 22, and the parcel tor the boys was placed In ray tent on January 1. ibegan fo" think it had gone astray, as ao many of the parcels have in trying to reach the right people. "It was after dinner on January 1, in the rain, (raining nearly all the time) I saw a parcel being placed In ' my tent. 1 had a suspicion what it i 'was. That afternoon, I announced on stable parade to the boys that I had a small parcel from J-,ethbridse for them, and when I got down to, my tent they were lined up as to buy tickets for a hockey match. To every fourth man I, gave a pack of cards. Some of them are on pass, and I shall have to give the remainder out when they return.. . "They asked me to thank you all for remembering them as host I could. It Tras more than thoughtful of you, to say the least. 1 am sure you dofa't know what a dry: pair of socks mean to a lot of men who,have been tramping around in mud and rain, not all day. but every day. "Wo were camping at a place called VVesJ; Down North, and it got to be a regular sea of mud. 'We had a fine day about once a week, and very often about once In two weeks, since Iwe, landed. About December fi we moved' camp to our present locatlon.rabout a mllo and a half further west; tij' a. place called New Copse Fann;.,'Hei-e we have our headquarters of vthe brigade in the farm-house, with''every-oody under canvas. "The horses have been outfall the tlmei^aadliave been standing tho weather swell,-/ although there are quite a few. jibing da the sick lines with mudi fever and cracked heel.. � .,/l:.',^'-", � �:.. ir: ? '.'This coming-.w�elv we are -expecting tu go to. Devizes to billet. Then it the latest rumqr is true, -we are going to the front about January 28 or thereabouts. We Td^ill all be very glad indeed because this waiting games as very tiresom^. r If we are a,t the front we won't mind the -weather, no matter what kind we get. "Wishing you the very best wishes of the season, *iu ylilch aU boys join, I remain. Yours very sincerely,- "MAOBATH GODWIN. ZEPP8 DID IT Copenhagen, .Tan. 22.-'Meesagesfere-celved ibere from Berlin, declar* that tlie airships which raided Bngland on January 20, were Zeppeiine ot thVUt^ est type. They went forth from ;� base cari-ying a full complement of men, heavy guns and ammunitton. Logical Dyspepsia Treatmerib Enemy Sandmo Provisiona to the Bottom. NOV/; What Next? The Hague, Jan. 22.--It was stated hero today that the British steamer Durward had aboard, 40 tons of provisions belonging to the American relief commission, when she was sunk by a German,submarine. IMPORTANCE OF EtIMINATINQ ACIDITY AND FOOD FEI�- ''%> MENTATION During the past two or thrW years reports have frequently appeared in the Press conocrnlng the remarkable value of bisut�t�d magnesia 4(sj>an; antacid; and Its , tibillty ' to promofb normal, healthy ^dlgeftlon (by preventing food fermentation and neutralising dangerous atomach acid has often: been demonstrated. Until recently druggists could supply bisurated magnesia.. In powder form only, from; one to two teaspoonfUls of which, taken in a little water after meals, almd^C' instantly stopS: all' fermentation', and neutralizes addj but sufferers from stomach trouble will ibe glad to learn that, after a long series of experiments, a leading firm ot manufacturr: Ing druggists has no* succeeded; in' producing a, 5 grain tablet which conL-r bines all the valuijble antacid properties of the ordinary bisurated magner sia in a very oobvenieht form. This new tablet of ibisurated magnesia'iQan' now be obtained of druggists f^viryr where and m�|hy physicians are^v^ilr; ready prescriblnjsr thohi instead of the powder form. ' ' DUCK IS .QUACKUESS Sneezes Instead and. Friend Chicken Ha� No Feathers Chicago, lll.-^A' quBCkless duck that sneezes instead, and I'eatherless chickens, with hair instead, are two ot the I'reaks at the poultry show here. The average wage in tho textile industry iji, �Saxony less than |20o a 1r ;JEpS P^in Flies from HamliVi | .: A ';friend/to;the h6uieli(dd':MDd^i^^t> , f06 -fo pain for ov�r.00 yew''%Rat to Ci�nM.eC�Miii; 79 ;