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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 11, THIS DAILY PAGE SEVEN IE OFttlHU Suffered Terribly for 15 Years Uatil lit trted "Frait-a-tte" D. A. WHITE, Eta 21 WAUACE AVE., TORONTO; Dec. 22iid. 1913. "Haying been a great sufferer from Asthmii .for a-period of fifteen years (sometimes having to sit up at night for at a tiine) I began the use of "Pruit-a-tives'V These wonderful, tablets relieved me of Indigestion, and through tlie rontinued use of same, I ainoo longer distressed with that terrible thanks to "Friiit-a-tives" which are ivortli their ueiRht in gold to anyone suffering as 1 did I otiii1 heartily recommend them to fill sufferers from Asthma, v hidi I believe is caused or aggravated b> Indigestion TJ 4 WHITB For Asthma for Hay Fever for any trouble causedbyexcessivenervousness due to Impure Blood, faulty Digestion or Constipation, take Fruit-a-tivcs 5oc. R._bos, 6 for trial size, zjc. At all dealers or from Limited, Ottawa .h t> DROWNED IN LITTLE BOW Medicine Hat, Atta., July 10. ft body of a man was found floating down the river here, near the ne'w power dusk on Wednesday been Identified by the R.N.W.M.P. as that of G. H. f> who was an employee ot the Southern. Alberta Land and who was drowned ft )7hile hathiiiB in the Little Bow river on July 4. Hillcreist, AHa, July report, remarkable, in itu for concentration and euiiimlus up and remarkable, as coming from an autb- oritj considered bj tho mlneis as al iuoBt indisputable, 'was that given the Hii'lcrest commission "this by Norman Fraser, consulting engin- eer, of Edmonton; Mr. Fraser prefaced his report with tho admission {hat he wished to be fair, and gave as' hjs authority for ar- riving at the conclusions he had, the experience lie had in Scotland1 and Canntla anil other places for eighteen years, lie had been.pupil, mine sur- veyor, fire boas, -pit mius. man- ager and mine Inspector at different times. He had never been crest mine previous to the explosion, but since had made a thorough exam- ination of its workings. His conclusions in part are aa fpl- .lows: "After an examination of near- ly all the accessible parts ot the mine and having heard the evidence produc- ed, I have arrived at the. contusion .that the explosion originated in. south workings, .below" No. 1 south; "It ,is a noticeable fact that'-when the explosion reached' a.' road which Was wet and free from dust, it tended to die down. I am unable to state the initial of the explosion, but I think shot firing eliminated in this the'shbt firer'B body was found 'with the firing cable ;aroupd it and the key of. the bambrjr in, the soc- ket of the coal.i "The most probable cause of the ex- plosion, in my o'plnion, is gas, .and I am not prepared to'., state 'as to how the ignition took x ONEFQtJR Onefour, AHa., July: Dominion Day was very here this year, not even a mounted policeman, to rip- ple the serenity. of the occasion. A large number of our. people are celebrating the Fourth -ol July iJi Havre, Mont., .where noise VIll he more conspicuous. We hope to put up a cel- ebration of our own' oh the First that Will eclipse anything attempted In this part of the Dominion. A traveller from Milk River informs us that commencing twenty .miles west of here he found that we have the best crop prospect in Southern Al- berta. Our fields certainly are a beautiful emerald green. Aromatic Schiedam Ask for a Wolfe's Schnapps and Ginger Beer when you thirst for a long drink, and you have the finest combination refresher j and health tonic possible. Wolfe's Schnapps stimulates the vital organs of the body to healthy activity by freeing them from the clogging Influ- ence of waste matters.. Every glassful is a draught of re- newed health and vigor. Vastly superior to ordinary gin. Obtaitwblt at all ffoitls am! Rltail Stares. Distributors THE HUDSON'S BAY Company What This eans- "THE SECRET OF FINANCIAL SUCCESS is' THE ELIMINATION OF L'OSS" Tlie business of tho British Canadian Tnist Company Is to help build itp and develop the reaoufces of the cohimiinity. The Investing: of Funds In RKVENUE PRODUCING The proper administration of ESTATES and TRUSTS. Tho protection of 'HtJMES by Issuing FIRE INSURANCE policies. To You we affirm that the affairs ot the Company arc 'by con- servative business men'of their experience :as- sures administration 'of all business entrusted to their i ai and as an additional safeKtiard tlio Company Is oompoHqd liy lav to Me iieilodlcal statement! cf its condition with tho Govern ment. The British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 Cohybeare Block Geo. W, CHURCH SERVICES KILLS THEffl ALL! Sold by all Druggists .and Grocers all over Canada. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHOUCt: OF CHRIST. Bank bloctc. Ser- vice at eleven a. m. Wednesday ev- ening testimony meeting, 8.00 p.ra, Tho reading room is open to every. one every day frpm three to five p.m. Everyone !i cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. Rosenthal, pastor; Rev. P. Mini- wegen, assistant. Mass 0 a.m. High Mass, 11 a. m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. SALVATION ARMY Services are held At tho Citadel, Fiftli street, as follows; Sunday; 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise 7.30, Salvation meeting. .Week nights: Monday, 8 p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, S p.m., free and easy meeting. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet in the Caledonian Hall, 7th street south. Wednesdays at 8 p. m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m. to commemorate the Lord's death, ami at 7.30 p. m. "to proclaim the glad tidings ot the Wednesday, p.m. Kingdom of God." Subject: "What PENTECOSTAL Christ is coming tor." By Mr. Syd- ney T. Batsford. All seats free. No collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP LATTER DAY 0. E. Hall. 10th St. S., naar, Y. M. C. A. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m. Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, IfllG Second Ave. S. Phone 1493. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN jyour children, and to all that are afar 6th Ave. and FH- Off, even as many as the Lo'rrt, our teenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. yolj can.' Sunday, July 12th. Norwegian ser- vice at 11 a. m. and English service at 7.30 p. m. Sunday school 3 p. m. Wednesday, teachers' meeting and re- hearsal. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St, assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospel preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bihle readinjr. PENTECOSTAL home oi Mr. MEETINGS At Simmonett, 120 Eighteenth St., N., (between 1st and 2nd avenues. Sunday morning at iO.iJO, Remembering the Lord's Death; Sunday evening, 7.30, Gospel meeting; Tuesday evening, S p.m., Gospel, meeting; Thursday evening, Special waiting upon God Eor the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Come and drink of the water of life freely. "for the Promise is unto you and How English Beauties Keep Faces Youthful Christian aiiller. F. C. I., noted Bug-, lien health expert, at'tri'tmtes the early aging of American women mainly to Rev. Cauon Murrel-Wright, rector, the "national The wo- Matfns 11 a.m. Holy Communion oi' says, can teach ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and jus the inestimable lusson. of repose.. at the eleven o'clock sen-ice on the Another valuable lesson, to be learn- first Sunday of the mouth. Evensong from the English woman is thaUhe 7.30 p.m. 'Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S C. conl'mual use oE which must ruin any coai'plexion. The beauty devotees of H. Popliam, rector. Holy Communion {King George's the mercol- 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on "the j ;vax habit, a'ffloVe.wholesome me- first Sunday of tlie month at: eleven thod of keeping the face girlish-look- o'clock service- Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p. in. Evensong 7.30 p. m. ST.' CYPRIAN'S ner 8th Ave. and Eleventh St. HPV. Canon McMfllen, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. Sunday BChool and Bihle class three p; m. Holy communion on the first and third Sunday at 8.30 a-m. and en the second and fourth Sundays at the eleven o'clock service. CHRISTIAN CHiRISTFAiNr CHURCH Comer Third avenue and Eighth street; Hev. J. H. Pickel, pastor. Sunday school at 10.30 a.m. Preaching services .at, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m: Mr. Earlc Roberts will speak in the morning arid Dr. J. IT- Rivers in the evening. Christian Endeavor G.30 p.m. BAPTIST EIRST BAPTIST' David .Ross, pastor. 11 a.m. Hev. A. C. Bryan will preach, subject, "The Follower oi the G-leam." 7.30 p.m. Rev. David Ross will preach on "The Gospel of God.." Sunday school jf and healthy: Ordinary niercallzed wax, used Kke cold cream, rejuvenates the worst complexion, may easily UCQulro the Kojiitr- erally in tlie United., States anil Can- ada. It Is applied., night and -wash- ed off in the morning? One ounce is sufficient to completely, renovate a bad It "has a peculiar ac- tion in keeping the face free from the particles cf dead and devitalized scarf Ekin which are constantly ap- pearing. i CHARTER A PRIVATE! CAR People's Forum DEFENDS CADET CAMP Editor, Herald: The Morning Alber- tan of July 8 contains a news article featured on the front page and headed "Much Criticism by Calgary Parents of Cadet 'which is evidently Intended to Hold up this year's et camp to the 'public' in an unfavor- able Ught. Since the article does not appear as an editorial, it can have no connection in fact with the preiudice the Albertan usually displays before any and all of the nlaiis of the Hon. Col. Sam Hughes. For the sake, how- ever, of correcting any misapprehen- sions regarding the cadet camp, I beg to qffcr a word of explanation sup- plementary to this article. The most serious item mentioned is the acci- dental shooting of one of the boys. The fact that the accident was not fatal scarcely lessens the gravity of the circumstance. And yet no officer can bo blamed for the regrettable oc- currence. Every precaution is tak- en to search 'the boys, and also their rifle ranges. While at the time the rifle ranges. VVWhile at the time the unfortunate boy was injured he was Ivine alongside the officer command- ing tlie skirmishing parly, certainly no blame can be attached to any offi- cer for -lack of care or forethought In the carrying out of the manoeuvres. Another cause of complaint is the lack of military discipline except when "forced to parade two' hours each morning, two more in the after- noon, and then after performing on the 'rifle range have insufficient food and Truly a harrrfn-iLng pic- ture. To anyone acquainted with con- ditions "in camp this year, aad also couditlbhs as they were in the. last camp two years ogo, the suggestion that any Calgary cadets went on short.rations is rather ironical. Daily reports are made to the camp com- mandant as to the finality and quan Girls-Boys Di'I you overslop 'to 'think that while the Business Office offers greater opportunities than any oilier walk- of life, il also demands that to be successful therein you must be'properly trained? Are you thinking of enter- ing a Business Career? Then start right by getting a thorough, piTicticnl training at the Garbutt Business College LETIJBRJDGE A. M. Fisher, Principal of this College, expects to be in the following towns on the dales given below. Drop him a note, care of General Delivery, your town, at that lime, making an appointment. He. will be pleased to call on you at your home, or at any place in town you desire, if you live in the country, and talk the matter over with vou. Raymond .........July 7 Ma'grath..........July 8 Cardslon 9 Warner .July 13 Colitis and Sweet Grass......... .July 14 Barons.......... .July 17 Carmangay .July 18 Granum........ .July Monarch........ .July 24 Tober ...........July 28' Grassy Lake......July 29 Bow Island.......July 30 Macleod......Aug. 4 5 Pincher Creek.....Aug. 6 Cowley...........Aug. 7 Blairinorc........Aug. 8 Colcmun .......Aug. 10 Fernly, B.C., July private car been chartered from the G. N. R. by a party forty. Italians of Hosmer, are leaving thnt place on Monday next, for Naples, Italy. -Tha car will convey the party from Hos- mer to New York. THE BLESSING adult Bible class at close of morn- service. FIFTH AVENUE H. Elmer Qreen, pastor.. Morning subject, "She hath done what she could." Evening subject, "Consenting to a Murder." Mrs. Green will siiig at the evening service. Sunday school and adult Hible class 3 p. m. All welcome. PRESBYTERIAN KNOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services 11 .a. m. and 7.30 p. in. Tiiti Vill preach in the morning, and Rov. A. C. Bryan in exchange with the min- ister in the evening. Morning .subject, Second Sight." Boys' department hopes and greatest desires; yet thou. Healthy Mothers and Chil- dren Make Happy Homes Motherhood is woman's highest sphere in life. It is the fruition of her dearest of tho Sunday school at 10 a.m. All other departments at 12 noon. Chi- nese class at 4 p.m. Strangers and visitors in the city cordially invited to worship at Knoxv ST. ANDREW'S A. C. Bryan, minister. Anniversar-y services. 11 a.m. Hev. David Ross will, preach, subject, "The Message of the Cross." 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. OK Cameron will preach. Morning an- them, Enter His gates, (Caleb duet by Miss Ames and Mr. Stott, "0 Praise the Lord (Cymp- and solo, Mr. McGoilgan. Even- ing, anthem, "The Radiant Morn has passpd away" solo by Mr. Stbtt, "Lord I believe" (Gymp- and trio "by the Misses Ames, Hazcn anil 'Hume, "The Pilgrim of the Night .Sunday school at 2 p. m. and 3.15 p. m. All are welcome. METHODIST WESTMINSTER J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting at 10 Services 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Junior congregation in parson- age at 11.30 WESLEY CHUUCH Rev. 0.. H. Cobbledick, pastor. Residence, 320 Eleventh street. Phono .104. a.m., Sunday school anil adult classes: 11 a m. Young church goers' sifbiect, :What 1. the fair, nibn. "Tho Place and InmieaOB Scr- of a Christie" 7 '0 p m "The Value, o! man." Special music by BELIEVERS Bursmmn's 'Hall. US Thirteenth sli-eot, NorlU sands of noble women through some de- rangement have been denied this blessing. In many homes once childless there are now "children because of the fact that Lydin E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound makeswomen normal.healthyandstrong. This is evidenced by the following letters which are genuine and truthful: London, wish to thank you for the benefit I received by taking your famous medicine, Lydia E.. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound. Before my baby was bom I was so ill I could not stand long or waik any distance. I had to lie down nearly all the time. After I took your medicine I felt like a new wo- man. I could work from morning till night and was happj and well. I certainly think it relieves pain ftt childbirth onct recommend it to every woman who is pregnant You may Use thia testimonial if you -like. It may lieip some other FRANK CdRRItJ, 132 Adelaide SL, London, Ont Brooklyn, was ailing all tho tirae end did not know what tho matter was. .1 wanted a baby but my health !'pould not permit it. I was nervous, my aida ached and I was nil run down. I hcnnl that Pjnkbim 3 Vegetable Compound was good and took tho medi- cine. I have now o beautiful baby and your Compound hss hulped mo in ovary J. STBVAUT, 205 Hum- toldt St, Breoklyn, N.Y. tity Derations, by officers detailed for the purpose, and to my knowledge no j shortage of rations was ever remark-1 ed, excepting possibly the first niea'I; in camp, and even then there was i abundance soud bread and butter.; A reasonable person does not usually i expect a seven-course dinner in a tent, AU.tiough. the syllabus provided for two hours' drill morning and after-' noon, officers' commanding were especially requested by the O.C. 2nd i Battalion to be careful not to over-! work boys. There is little reason to doubt that a similar order was is- Women here sued to the 1st Battalion I i wax. think tethbridge cadets will bear stores gen? y.'itnqss to Iho fact that the above in- structions were followed, and frequent i rests allowed during parade. The last} daily parade ended at 4.15, and from then tlie boys were free to engage in recreation. Regarding discipline at night, the lines of the --ud Battalion were coa- ipicuous for quiet and especially tlie Lethbi'idge lines. The first night of camp famished a novel situation in the lives many of the boys, and they were naturally quite excited. The 2nd Battalion boys, hdwever, did their instructors the credit of refraining I from Conduct so tcisterous as to v I merit their reprimand or dismissal. company lines -were patrolled each night by an officer who saw to it that all boys were in bed and all lights out at the bugle 10.15 p.m. "Monday's be tak- en as a reads the article. Why not take Sunday's Church .parade, inspec- tion of company lines, 11.30; balance of day free. The selection of the sam- ple day depends 'largely on. the im- pression which it is desired to con- vey. I trust, Sir, that I have not unduly trespassed upon your valuable space. I hold no brief for any of the officers in charge, or for anyone else in any way connected with the camp. I merely seek to correct any wrong im- pressions which may have followed the reading of the above article, and (in the absence of Lieut. Filmer) to assure the parents of the Lethbridge cadets that every care was taken to ensure the comfort and safety of the boys. I trust that even greater suc- cess will attend their camp. Very truly yours, F. C. JENNINGS. Lieut C.S.C.I- MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY A High Class Residential and day College for Boys and Young Men, Girls and Young Women OPENING OF FALL TERM, TUESOAY, SEPT. 9th, 1914. BUSINESS CLASSES: Bookkeeping, Stenography, Account- ancy, Typewriting, etc. MUSIC: Full CcuBcrvatory Course, Vocal, Instrumental and Theory. Public.and High School .Grades, Preparation for the University anil Teachers. Ladies College course for Girls. French Conversation Classes. FINE ART: China Painting, Water Colors, Leather Work, etc. EXPRESSION AND PHYSICAL CULTURE: Dramatic Art, Public Science. For Cull information and Calendar apply to REV. GEORGE W. KERBY, D.D., principal. RESIDENTIAL-AND DAY SCHOOLS OF THE HIHEST TYPE .Shaugbnessy Heights, Vancouver, B. C. Unsurpassed in Canada In Buildings, Equipment or Teaching Staffs Schools-Re-Open TUESDAVr September 8th. To be sure of admission, appli- cations for 1914-15 "should be made at once. Calendars sent on application to REV. E. D. McLAREN, 8 Stanley Court, Vancouver, B.C. Tibet and China have discussing the subject of-Tibetan' autonomy, lias been in session since last fall, and a convention was recently drafted and presented to the three governments for signature. SIR-EDWARD GREY SEES.TROUB- LE AHEAD FOR ORIENTAL EPUBLIC London, July warning that tr.ouble Is liable to result from China's refusal to sign the in re- gard to what territory shai'l compose outer and inner Tibet, reached by the recent convention at Darjeeling, In- dia, was issued to China today by Sir Edward Grey, the BrititjU Foreign Secretary. Sir, Edward was speaking on the subject appropriations for the For- eign Office in the House of Com- mons, and said: "1C China does not sign, but resorts to an .aggressive policy, the conse- quonceK must bo (lieaB.trous for China. There certainly will jbe grave trouble on the Indian 'frontier, which " quire Great Britain to take up the matter seriously with the government of! China." The Darjeellng conference, at which representatives of Great OrltalD DONALDSONMW Famous for Us Service and ths Courteous Attention of All Employees THE IDEAL WAY TO THE CONTINENT It is a pleasure for us to furnish any information required, and to make full arrangements for friends and relatives coming out to Canada troin tbe Old LOWEST RATES. H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, 349 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or any Railway, or Steamship ITY PORT HOPE, ONTARIO Church School for FOCTtDHD IMS Bwntlfnl. i HM- Bin-Ttnl Kew COTMTVA Rink. BpeclU to nptjB. xt Trrm ftdlM Sept. lOIh. For Calmfar aMlv la Ike Htaixiasifr, REV. F. GRAHAM ORCHARD, M A. Camb. 3ghauU Broclcvllk.} A Home-School of Culture for Girls 33 years record ot success For nrospectua and write tho Friadcal R. I. WARNER, 81 Si. TioiMS Got CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN, IRELAND, WESTBOUND. SEE IRELAND THIS SUMMER SEE U Caj) Bell the see Blarney Cattle sec Dublin, and Cork the Lakes of see the land of Emmet Moore. 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