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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE .'LET HBRIDGE DAILV HKKALD SATURDAY, JULY 10. 1915 LONG WILL mmm War Atuit Heallh QticUy Ended By Guard Canadian Coast From Hun Submarine Attack New York N.V.. July writer In tho Evening wbo bas in- vestigated hi ninny sources the re- ports that German submarines are soon to cross the ocean, says: "A German submarine is expected to appear off Xew York harbor any day. The British Admiralty, lit anti. filiation of siuh' warfare, made extensive pruparations to counteract it, tun keeps secretly guarded tukeo. j "Ail alutis-iiie Canadian' Atlantic coast, from New Brunswick to Labra-j dor. public warning lias been given' n> merchant ships and fishemmn 10 be on tbe looKuut for sijrns of a Ger- man attack. As a result tbe British .aval authorities in Halifax sri re- daily reports of suspicious craft along the northeastern coast, which indicates the alertness of the MRS DEWOLFF fishermen. None of these reports MRS. DEWOLFE grounded so far. East Ship Harbour, N.X Coast WeM Guarded "It Is with groat pleasure 'bat I -There have been reports for six wrire to tell vou of the wonderful j months iliat lite Germans would at- 1 secret supply Nothing- in the way of medicines would need on'iy oil fuel and provi-j to help me. Then I finally i sions to enable them to raid south-j tried and the effect was ward along the coast, destroying splendid. After i.tiung one bos, I feel like a person and I am deeply ihankfnl to have relief from, those sickening Mrs. MARTHA D'EAVOLFE. the medicine made from fniit has relieved more sufferers from Headaches, Consti- SiomacJs, Liver, A'idrtfy and Sfir: Troubles than any othsr medicine. a bos, 6 for trial size, _5c. At al! dealersorsenton receipt of price by Fruit-a-tires Limited, Ottawa. tish ships'from New York or out of j the St. I-awrence. j "The British naval authorities as-j sen there no possibility of any sup- j In The Cool Forests Of The or wherever it may be spent, the sum- mer holiday is one of the things you can least afford to do without. The best you can afford is none too good if it makes you better able to cope with the work of another year. cannot afford to spend all on holidays and so neglect the protection of insurance. You will need it more than ever while you are away, and you will enjoy your holiday the more if your mind is at ease regarding the future of those dependent up- on you. Why not make sure of their future before going away The best possible guarantee of .tbij is a policy in Canada's oldest life company, the CANADA LIFE Wilson Skeith ridge. ASSURANCE COHPANY KSTABUSHCD whether raw- that IIUHECI1Y sen there no possibility 01 any sup-j T EDDIE PATTESON WRITES OF INTERESTING LIFE IN SWISS' PLAN LOAN TO MOBILIZE ARMY Berne. Switzerland. -July Swiss government, today, decided to Issue a new loan of to cu.- SL tbe cost of mobilization. The loan wil! hear per cent, interest, and be issued at Every, island is being searched." ENGLAND'S "BAD BOYS" DECORATED BY "bad Tlie EuMowing letter from Gunner thought of you all-at home and pray- At 1 was ANGLICAN ST, Canon Murrell-WriKht, Rector. Holy Communion, 8 u.iu. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning service, 11' a.m. Evensong, 7.30 p in. ST. MAltY'S ClH.mCll-eoiner of 5th Avc. and lath St. C. N. Holy communion every Similar morning at 8 a. 'in. Choral 'Kuohai'ist on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of Hie month at U a. m., and on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2nd and 1th Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Bible class at 3 p. in. Evensong at 7.30. ST. qypHIAN'S CHURCH, corner Eleventh. street and. Eighth avenue, South; Rev. V. McMillen. Rector. July li: Holy Communion, with sermon, 11 a.m.; Evensong. 7.30 Ii.m. Sunday school and Bible classes, 3.00 p.m. At the morning service, the Rev. Principal Lloyd, of tlie Anglican College, Saskatoon, and a pioneer of) Western Canada will preach. The Rector will preach in the evening. Final announcement will be made re- garding the Sunday school picnic to Brocket on Wednesday. July 21, at the Sunday school session, and it is Important that all scholars be present. PRESBYTERIAN Rev. A. H. Dcnoon, services tomorrow at 11 a.m., "Al- berta's Opportunity." Boys' depart-j lent of Sunday school at 10 other I class at- close 'of mbruitij service. Evening service at 7.30, subject, "A Good Soldier.'' Everyone welcomed. ST ANDRUW'S CHUHCH Pas- Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning ser- vice, communion. Evening subject, "Sollishncss vs Service." Junior Sunday school aV 2 Senior Sunday. ihool' at -.15. TRI.V1TY CHUHCH, HARDIE- T. T. Faichney. Ser- vices for Sunday, July 1L: Children's service at 11.00 o'clock. Sunday FROM ORIENT TO YOUR TEA-TABLE THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED "SALADA" PACKAGE HEADQUARTERS OF CROWN. PRINCE OF IN FRANCE bridge with the first contingent and was" wounded on -May 2nd, give! London, Jnlv 29.000 oi them ......o ..............____ __ _ become heroes in the ireuches in j V6rv jnlt.rpstiag idea of life in the northern France. -Figures given out j here show that former inmates "Hope Hospital, of" reformatories and industrial j Saliorri, schools have served with honor in Rendition, Manchester, the armv and navv since the war be uie .11 m. I am in spent I bullet in the left leg did it. First I was taken to No. 10 general hos- pital, bullet was remov- i ed there. Was sent to Southampton, that three have been award-j "Here I am in spen Id Victoria Crosses by King George I F'rst for gallant conduct. Slice one banana for each person; place in a dish and cover with Corn Flakes; -serve with milk or cream and sugar. j reachinc .Manchester on the llth. i think how nice it is to i be ciean, have enough to eat and s.it i by the fireside asjain. I was rather tired of eatina soup with my fingers. We are allowed to smoke, which M-lpiTii-loVaml it is like a dream to and smoke, play the gramophone un-11 t 7.30 p.m. i be awav irom the noise. I'm ex- til supper at 7.30 but we all bale at. 10 a. m. Morning to ije in bed by eight; when the night nurse comes The sisters and nur- I I tremely" lucky to he here most of ?itnc boys with a slight wound arc take away our clothes lor a few I quickly returned to dtttv. !l "When things were looking MUL 'out ttere anti we had orders to hold days so we have to remain in bed r position at all costs, 1 just ior punishment for a day or so. Sliced Bananas with per pkg. TOASTED CORN FLAKES All arc t and it, never bothered me we all. i thought our time had come, and lb> t.s about 4 a.m.! "m" evening service at 7.30. A. M. when the night nurse comes along I McLeod, pastor, with fomentations. 1 am oil those then! Cobbledick, pastor; residence 320 at four, after sit around, talk-, 'Ghosts Unveiled." Good music by !nVfo'r 'tea tha cnoit at both serviccs- 111 1U1 icii i CJ 1 sent to a conv alescent camp and ses are very sood to us, hut "ise a nc row if we are not in on time, and OMWren 30! BECKER FAILS AGAIN iRangely, Me., July Charles E. Hughes has refused the application for a writ of error to the Dnited States aupreme Court, marie 9y counsel for Charles Becker of Xew l ort, who has been conde'mned to die In the. week of July 26 for the murder Df Herman AND SUNK A BRITISH STEAMER !j CONTINUED j Provisions of Reply London, July" .condi- tions are proposed under the ob- servance of.which American and pth- j er neutral shins will be permittelj :by German submarines to cross the "war zone" even when, bound for the' Un- ited Kingdom or France, -and pleas are advanced for the justice of sub- marine warfare against merchant ves- sels by. Germany in her reply to the American note in connection 'with the sinking of the Lusitania. i Germany again declares that Bri- Mtisli action was .responsible for the declaration of the war stone. The British declaration of a war area in the .Sea (November 3, fi t-and Premier Asiiuith's statement in the House of Commons eleven days later, are cited. :The German govern- ment claims that the former unlaw- fully cut-off all neutral commerce, and that the Premier directly stated that all commerce to and from Ger- many was to be stopped. In elaborat- ing this claim It is stated: "Jnst as it was also with the Boers, the German people is now to be giv- en the choice of perishing from star- vation with its women and children, ONLY SIXTEEN, GIRL VERT SICK Tells How She Wu Made WeU by Vegetable Compound. Orients, "I i in writing UMI I to cxprax my ta you. I m wock to factory. 1 tat I nprored London, July- The British relinquishing: its independence." "Tbe case 'of the Lusitauia shows steamer Efiismere shelled and j with horrible clearness to. what 210 ambition. euble Compound UM worked like a charm ii my case and hu regulated me. I Worked in a mill among hundreds of and have recommended yonr medi- cine to many of ESTELLA then torpedoed and sunk today by a German' submarine .off the Cornish coast. The crew of 31 men, with the exception of a Norwegian fireman, who was killed by a shell, was saved. jeopardizing of human lives the man- ner oi conducting war employed by our adversaries the note de- clares. And it is pointed out that if tile Lusitania had been spared, thous- ands of German mothers and children would have been robbed of breadwin- ners through the thousands of cases of munitions that the liner is assert- ed to have carried, and the conse- quences could not be foreseen." President Wilson is informed that Germany cannot admit tbat Ameri- can citizens can protect enemy sliips by their mere presence aboard. "Germany -offers that submarines TV-ill be instructed to allow American passenger ships to pass freely and safely if the American government will see tbat these ships do not carry contraband. Such ships are to be provided with distinguishing marks, and their arrival announced a reason- able time in advance. Should the number of ships, available for passen- ger service prove inadequate, uer- many Is willing to permit the United States government to place four hos- tile passenger steamers under the American flag to ply between North 'America and Europe .under the same conditions. Deliver to PreaicJent Washington, D.O., July tary Lansing will take the. German note (o President Wilson at Cornish, Nil, as soon as the-official text ar- rives 'The-'President will then de- cide when he will return to Washing: talcing Lydia E. PwUuun'a Compomd and new toting and feeling a thousand tinut bet tar." AinouA JAUOIUUUID, SMI Te- honpitonlu St, New Qrlcui, la. St CUir, mother was alarmed I wu tronblsd with suppression and had in my back and side, and severe headschsi. I had on my face, complexim waa sallow, my sleep was disturbed, I had s spells, was very tired sad had >itkra. Lydia There ii aothine that teaches nun tkui experienee. Therefore, such let- ters from girls who .have suffered and; were restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound should be a lesson to others. The same remedy, is within reach of all. H yoi wait special aJrloe write to 1 jdia E. Flnkkan aUtielie (mill- tyaiM, Han. letter will be read aid anwered a aid aeU ll strict eeifldearf. FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re. move Them. With The Othine Prescription Tills prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a prominent physician and is usually so successful In removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by druggists under guarantee to refund" the money if it falls. Don't hide your freckles under -a get an ounce of othine.and re- move them.' Even'the first few'sp- tjlicatlons 'should show a wonderful improvement, pome of Jhe- lighter freckles vanishing entire-ljv Be sure to ask (he. dnigglsffor the douhle'.strength othfne; it IB. this that Is 'the money-back guarantee. Sold by. Co., Limited, tJnigsisls BELIEVERS Burimann's Hall, Tblrtenta itreet. North Believert Miemblc on the Lord's Day for breaking of bread at 11 a. m; Sunday school at 3 p. m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible reading, Wednesday 7. is p. m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Fifth Ave. North Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering the Lord's death. Sunday evening 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at 8 p.m., special waiting upon God for the baptism ol .the Holy A hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows': Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p. m., praise meeting, and .7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights: Monday, -8 p. m., public meeting, led by sisters Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in attendance Saturday, 8 p. m. free and easy meet- BRITISH SUBMARINE IN BALTIC London, July British Ad- miralty toniglit stated that it was of- ficially announced at Petrograd to- day-that the submarine which made a successful attack on a German war- ship on July-2 in the a British, boat. METHODIST iiiiiiiimHiiiniimiiiiiiiHiiiilllllllllHllllllllllll Avoid All Danger From Cow's Milk For Baby Street lastor. Services if a series oi sermons oyaity oi Jesus Christ." _.....__.. _ topic, Examination Tests. Evening subject, "License or Prohi- second of three addresses on temperance. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. Fath- er Rosenthai, pastor Hev. Fr. Min- .wegin, assistant. Children's Mass at 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening ser- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service. BAPTIST FIRST. BAPTIST D. Ross, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and -7.30 p.m., Noon; the Bible school and adult class. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST LATTER DAY SAINTS-Coraer ol Sevesth Aye. and 12th street. 10.30. Sunday school; 2 p.m sacra ment meeting. Visitors always: wel- come. Bishop Qeo. W. Green, 10U Ktcond Ave. S. Phone H93 CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet la the Moose Hall, Higinbotbam Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd aveaiie south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at. 3 p. nv., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the, glad tidings ol the Kingdom oi God. Sub- ject, "Stephen's Bving Prater T ord Jesus Receive My Spirit." Aii seats free, no collection. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST Silth Ave. and Fifteenth street. Rev. C. Grant, min- ister. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Eng- service at 7.30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meetiBg, 8 p. m. The reading room is open to everyone every say from three to five p. ra. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Not only is cow's milk, modified at home, unsuitable for baby's present needs; but in the summer months it is the cause of serious troubles. Doctors tell us, too, that the germs of various diseases are introduced into the system by cow's milk. Qne must not oniy give baby what is best now, but consider the summer that is coming and baby's future. The difficulties ofTthe motljer who has to hand-feed baby are serious, and she cannot do better than to jive him Botha Now Free To Send Troops London July 9 surrender of the entire German force m German Southwestern closes one of the most HnportantrT-cdmiMigiis of thi. and releases lor ser- vice elsewhere the bouth Urica con- tingent The campaign against the German imporlinfc Jsonth Mncaii colony was considered so vital that all the re- sources of the Vnion vvere used in it but jt successful conclusion probablv means th it, de- spite Ihe fact {hit German Fast Af- rica remains uncbnquered, a contin- gent will be dispatched to France, while a'dditibna'l forces will continue the campaign in East Africa. The disposition of 'German South- west 'Africa has not bean officially but it is generally believ- ed liere that it-will.become a part of the South "African Union. I TO ACQUIRE CURLY HAIR OVER NIGHT (The Beauty Seeker) There's good news, indeed, in the announcement that so-simple a msth- oa as applying plain Iio.nid sllraerine to the hair will make it beautifully curly a'nc over, night. The hair dries. in lovely waves and ringlets that are perfectly natural in appear- ance, and there is nothing _ sttoky., greasy or unpleasant afoout it. The wiiich is )4f course quite harm- less, also serves' as a drws- ing for tlie hair, keeping it delight- fuly glossy and supple. if one will'procure a few ounces, of liquid silmerine from the. druggist, she will have enough to keep the hair in curl for weeks. It should ap- plied at night with a clean, tooth I brush. 'In the morning the hair will I be-very prettily waved" without hav- 'ins that burnt, lifcless'.lpok acquired by using a heated iron. ;