Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAC.F. FOUn (3 Ietbbtto0.e jgc, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: Dally, delivered, lier week I Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by mail, per year your......fl. P 1A lICKED UP IN ASSINGI FOR THE BUSY MAN TELEPHONES Business Office Office W A. Buchanan John Torrance Manasins Director nuslness Manager education, We educate our children so they may have found, intelligent minds. But true education is "a sane mind in a sano bftdy." It' wo make it a community affair to educate our hoys mid girls, uud young men and young women so that their minds may lie lilted for the duties of il would seem consistent if we were to make it a community's duty to look after the health ot its residents. sliortase of men in tiie 207th This Idea has boon growing ot late i Ottawa, may tie tilled by and the action of the Gait Hospital i mcn from western battalions, board is ill keeping with the agitation. TUK LKTHBR1DGP DAILY HFJUI.B v "THE VJGKDUX FACE, AT LENGTH" .H'LYU, Ilev. Canon for over fifty years has been rector o[ Harrow England, died lately at the ago of 33. The potato crop of Xorfolk. Va.. and vicinity, it is estimated bring Sl.OOM'OO this year. Uut if it is lilting that the free hos- pital idea should be introduced ill the cities and towns, it is almost impera- tive that it should lie established in I R hai, luncllcon our rural communities. The agitation j Korj ,u auto man has bet'ii started by the Union ofjuyer's Detroit plant. Rural Municipalities of ihe province.' the resiiit that the Free Hospital esuiblished to edn- the province to tho Pittsi.urg taxicab chauffeurs have organized a company to serve as arivers .llltu tnldcs Dates oi expiry o r G- l-.l.ol Accept-. isjLeasue has been our authority tn continue the sub- ;cate tin1 people ci scriptiou. 'need of lietter medical and hospital; David. 20 year old son of .lohallli H. ---------------------i -'aciliues for on1' rural population. The: Peters, was struck by lightning and H'ovs the creat need, knows j instantly killed near Lnngham, Sask. and you J endeavoring 10 crystahze opinion j tirowueti -m a slouch near jfiml pel action on the matter. SasK. ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Activities of the Grand Duke Nicho- las of Russia, who conducted so pweppin? an offensive against the Turk? in Asia Minor, have been, re- sumed in thi? theatre of war. with repetition of his previous successes. Iu their counter-oiteitfive. the Turks bad regained some, .ground in the yicinity of Eruerum. but now the Rus: elans have driven them back again. end have captured points 50 miles Vest of Erzerum. On the eastern front the burden of the fighting is still at the Pinsk marshes alone the Stoshod river, where a big battle is raging wish the AUE tic-German forces. Xo change is recoriled on Uie west? ern fronts save at Verdun, where-re-i newed efforts of the Germans have! failed. The British admiralty now 1 thentic information that the great j German dreadnoughts Krnn Priuz and j Kaiser were both sunk in the .Jutland [demonstrated I There i? no doubt the need is great, i At present the hospitals of Alberta ;are nut of reach, financially if not 'otherwise, of per cent, of the resi- dents of our farming communities. i Doctors are not plentiful, and when jthey arc compelled to make long "drives to minister to patients they are forced to make heavier charges than the parties attended can stand. The result is that thu sick one in the re- mote district oftPii goes without much, needed medical attention. Such a affairs does not make for! in our Community life. j re the province divided up wav it i? divided into school James Gilbert Walker, a former hank clerk of 1'ictou, N. S., has btvn killed in action. He had been re-; commended for the I'. C. M. j Returning home to Pitisburg from j j After the battle has tasted even from London Bystander. 'Lanc.e-Oorp. 'A. "Rallard. of SO N. B.. who lifts joined the 10-ttii Battalion, is one o[ six brothers to iloii tbe Khaki. The other five have fallen at the front. Had Terrible Pains in Kidneys and Back. suue ilpr an pviiert fby a Mr. want to writo you Charles Bniiler. an expert swim-! about "Anuric." I was very sick, could hardly be up I was m bed most of ihe time. Had terrible pains in mv kidneys and back, so much so that 1 had to scream sometimes when I was sitting i i down and wanted to eet tip. the nain districts, and were free hospitals pro- Alfred Heoert. a married man wa3M.great. 1 had tried a well-known yided for every resident jusi as free! with five small children, was manned j kjdnev it help me. (schools are General 1lo deatl: at the palOQ Ml11' Sherorooke j hea-rd of Dr> Amiric Tablets W01lld HEALTH OF THE CHILD Quebec. et-'i in nieuical aid and! _ within reach of all In R. E. Mansfield. I' Tills is no theoretical! era I. is being transferred -from Van it is already being practically i touver. some three or fourj Alreadv "khaki testaments rural districts in this province, and tejliave been by the Canadian working out satisfactorily. What is i Bible Society to the needed now i? education of the people diers. to the needs and possibilities of the I tbotigl S. j back 13 now free from pain and I can "J work and take cure oi my family. I feel I cannot say enough for thia medi- cine. Sincerely, Wu. KELLER. plan. Legislation will follow and the Proper attention to the health of our rest be merely a matter of ad- fewer -Oi 2..000 oi whom have been NOTE This "Anuria" is adapted Canadian sol-; especially for kidney complaints an3 diseasea arising from disorders of the kidneys aud bladder, such as backache, The rriiversity of Cahibridge lias i weak "back, rheumatism, dropsy, con- honor roll of names, no gestion of the kidneys, inflammation will do more than else to ensure a strong physical race for the future. The health officer of the Lethbridge School Board finds that parents are not very attentive in Some of the members of Canadian car commissions are to be kniglued. Allison, the man who landed so many likely just be left heeding reports on the health of their --children. Compulsory medical treat-j au Honorary Colonel. "mem is not demanded, but tue ooar.a Is right in deciding to use its efforts stimulating a proper interest in this highly important matter. Care- Qhai.irE off Sharks are taking off bathers at Atlantic Uty. double drowning occurred Gladstone Man when Florence White Mud river. on the coft- d rawing _. the bladder, scalding urine and urinary troubles.'' The pnysicians and at Dr. Pieree's great Jnstitu- near i tibn, at Buffalo, 2fl Y., have thoroughly Siv 1 tested this prescription and have beoa one successful in eradicat- ,h" iog these in'most casea 15 absolutely curing the diseased kidneys. Patients having'once used i at Dr. Pierce's Hotei, have re- catcher of a pGatediy sent back for more. Such a -Erie express dainaud has been created that Dr. Pierce LetbDndge -r some ele- .less parents must be brought, to recog-ibathers find trouble with E nize thai the health of the child is jment at Henderson lake that forces important not only to the child arid i them to almost wish they hadn't any the parent, but to the country. feet, arms, body or head. After a trip through the west. Sir not, want 10 build up a race ot weak- :-lines. It is in childhood the cure of Ills can be best effected and the Majm ?fty? conduions are mo3t ture of good health and clear mind Lncouragiag. C. X. R. men had best bnilt up. A child that grows upl aame stQry to last yea_ but jveak and puny, after advise has R had to offered by .our school physician, must receive lay the blame for its condition upon 'the negligent parent "With a nurse to follow up the cases reported, par- ,'eius should be properly aroused to the train. Moses James, age ii, of Hackeu- i has decided to put "Aimric" in the drug Jergey. City( j., 5tores of this countrVj iri a rendy-to-U36 -rQm Dome town. 'form. If not obtainable send oae dime by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial package Though still less '.than years old i 50 ceate tor Ml.trc! treatment. and just having Kad her annulled .Mrs Tens Smith, ot Hills- dale Micll is lo be married the third Dr. Pierce's Golden SFcdical Discovery is a blood cleanser and alterative that starts the liver and stomach into vigorous action. It thus assists the body to mnke rich, red blood, which feeds the heart: Qerves, brain and organs of the body, yon feel clean, strong and strenuous. Deed of prompt remedy for the .'troubles of the child. 'URGENT NEED OF VPAILWAY FACILITIES Iron Springs and Turin districts Buffer greatly from the lack of con- venient transportation facilities. These communities were two of the first jhome steaded in the Lethbridge terri 'torv and still (hev have to haul their be the too. A purse of S'iOO was presented by the members oi Paul's Presby- terian to their pastor, Rev. H. Smith, who has to Ottawa to' been appointed to a charge iu Van-1 vyANAMAKER TELLS HOW encouragement. It j WQN OUT IN PHILADELPHIA .me story again next year, Applications of 19 citizens of Ger-i nian birth for naturalization papers Creattd were refused the other day by Judge There is a lot of grain still to fee i Klein of Walkerton, Ont. A tew weeks before Mr, Justice Clute at Griilest Heta.I Store Wor'd by Newspaper. Advertis- Methods. Walkerton turned down the applies-j John tinna n( in (lormnTla 1111" shippcjl _out of the country. Farmers in the immediate Yicinity of Lethbridge have considerable quantities of last year's crop to sell. We will be get- ting, iu many instances, returns from last year's crop as well as this year's, _ this fall and winter. 1 tho cents in tile, till to i lion portrait of Capt. Scott -and a i start the second day's business anil panel underneath shows the polar! spent the W in newspaper advertls- tions of 40 Germans. __ i maker, founder retail A bronze memorial tablet of Capt. I store in the world, closed his first Robt. Scott of the Antarctic, and his j day's business in ISfil, he hail companions, was unveiled in the; "in the old-fashioned till under tne crypt of Si. Paul's Cathedral a short i counter." Hon. Dr. Roche thinks there need of raising the balance oi tv on the march. London. July Redmond, leader of tiie Irish Xntiuiuilisis today issued a statement characterizing the speech of tho .Maniuis of Limsiluvrne in the house of lords. Tuesday, as a declaration of war on the Irish pen- pie. He also that the speech, was a breach of faith apparently inailo with tiie intention of wrecking the ne- gotiations tor a compromise. "1 regard Lord Lansdowne's speech as a gross insult to said Mr. Redmond in his statement. 'It amounts to a declaration of war on the Irish people, and is an announce- ment of the policy of coercion. "If this speech'be taken as repre- senting the attitude and spirit of the government toward Ireland, (here is and end to all hopes of settlement. The speech seems to me to lu'nn made with the -.deliberate object of :wrecking the''negotfations_ for .a set- tlement." As deserving special notice. Mr. j Redmond cites the following passage 1 from Lord Lansdowne's speech: "It is a bill which will make c-tnic-; tnral alterations in the act of already on the statute book, therefore j it win be permanent and enduring in character. But it ia an act which will contain at other points tempor- ary provisions, such as, for example, those dealing with the house of com- raous, which it is proposed to_set up in the near future." THE SON OF THE MANSE (New York Herald) Both of the political parties have selected for leadership that much ma- ligned person, the "preacher's son." .tho father of Mr. Wilson was a I'res- ibvterian clergyman; the father of Mr. 'liughes was a clergyman of the Bap- tist church. It is an interesting one lhat should prove pretty effective ill 'iisnosing of the idea thai, the "preach-i er's son" is headed for the if any of that worn, old superstition' still persists. There never was anything to it irom the beginning. Its foundation was as- sumption that the son of a minister should bo something altogether an- gelic, with wings in full feather. Nine When the Boys Come Home riic time lo wliii'h nil ians arc Joo.kinjr forward, a nil ;he t'i'tile of an already ruinous SOilil' wllil'll Evan WiHiamsN the world-famed tenor lias converted into a vcriuiblc masterpiece Go to the nearest "His Master's Voice" dealer's tnd hear this stirring selection on Victor Ucord 64594. Yoo never heard better. 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The Home of The Viclrola Balmoral Block Fifth Street South One thing is clear, the govern- Tibet, a road, which the devout Bud- i Afti 'dozen years of farming under systematize recruiting in aay way. farmers naturally become government will have to get be- .grain twenty, twenty-five and thirty away. ten or Jraent at Ottawa is not endeavoring I clhists of the country call the. Sacred y. -miles to a Ever since lie says he has been us- times out of ten lie is just as human recruits from Canada riphtj There is in Lhasa, the holv city of; ing the daily newspapers because lie as any other boy, and just because ho found "lhat the only advertising of di- rect and instant benefit to both nier- chant and customer is in the daily iipii-snanpr of known circulation." iv to waiK it ausontjs a mortal from M earthh sins. Many pilgrims Mr. Wananrnker tells the s ory n discouraged. It is a heavy tax onjhlnd the recruiting movement or the; themselves for its entire open_letler whichuie their vear's labor to bear the expense! full will never be secured be-; length, thus securing, they believe., its session here, and hardship of hauling grain long dis-'fore the war ends. i everlasting happiness m _._...., is lie gets a bad name. Instead of being an object of sym- pathy and solicitude, the preacher's son is a being lo be envied. Early in ife nu has to "get out and hustle" for limself. It Is "hustling" that brings success in this great republic._______ LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE, in the WESTCHESTER, HARTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO. Assets over Will have experienced adjusters in LctM-. bridge and losses will be paid immediately. If you do not have tho cash now see us and we will care for you until fall. Write Sox Phone 651 or call in Alberta block. We want a few more agents in outlying districts. M.P. 'Johnston Company; .tances. Governments are looking about -for methods to be adopted to get peo- ple on the land, but they should not overlook the necessity of encouraging people already on the land to stay there. The farmers in the country iiorth of win remain there it" get transportation facili- ties fairly close at hand, hut if not the> ivill be forced to get out. The crops of last year, am! the pros- pect fully as good a crop this year, warrant the demand being made for the construction of a line inlo this district. The extension of the track from Commerce westward would meet present needs, though the real solution is an extension through to the Retlaw branch. Naturally- the C. P. R. is naked to provide the remedy. South- ern Alberta is 0. P. II, territory and the people expect that railroad to meet the urgent the settle- ments without transportation facili- ties. .THE AGITATION FOR FREE HOSPITALS The board of management of Oalt, hospital caught the trend of popular opinion- when the members voted to submit a plebiscite on the question of plaiting f.he hospital a free institution, 'bY general tasatipp. Public on its first days business, away ihack in 1861, the sum of J24.67 was -The story of the construction of the j -At the request nf Dr. John R. Mott, founrj ;n the old-fashioned till under vealed to implicate him. Another j the world to study Y. ,M. C. A. condi- j say tiiaj, the new atore was open and chapter in Manitoba's stbrv of craft lions in different countries. He will j (lojng business, and had a good stock under the re.ime is bound to be j %r ffWi j brought to light, and the men in to Inliia by Mr E c. Carter, gen-! m0ney went to the newspapers then places will not be able to avoid it. j era! secretary for India. Only once If you have never tried Cowan's Maple Buds them once and you and they will become fast friends. You will ap- preciate their rare quality. it goes, nearly altogether, to-day, I because, if I ever have a monument for discovering anything, it will be for finding out that the only advertising of direct and instant benefit to both merchants and customer is in Ihe daily newspaper of known circulalion. All others are vanity and vexation of spirit. To have learned thia fact has greatly helped my enterprises, ihuiigh often there has been serious fort in saying so away from leaflets and weeklies. "Throughout fifiy-five years of ex- p'erlence we have not been able to dis- cover that there was any oilier right- ful func.tlon of adverUsIng than to do 1ml that one to Inform public that the merchant hail brought Uncertain gooila, with a proper des- cription of them, and what tho lioneat prices were. C. P. RESALE New York. July last sale of C. V, R. today was at 17S1A. A-U Ma'Jar General GSetlmls IB resigning as governor of tiig Panama canal. __ Hail Insurance Let us place your risk. Wo guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR Don't de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral Block, Lethbridce, Phone 1191 FURNACES AND' Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dixoii Co., PHONE 1057 REAFTSTAFFORD BLOCK' The Riht Time. The right time to reach the members family is when they are at home, and the right way to reach them is through the advertising columns of the paper that goes intq the homes. There arc other methods of advertising that en- joy a certain transitory popularity, because they are new or novel, but the oldest, wisest and most successful advertisers tie their faith to the home newspaper. When people are away from their homes, there are a thousand things to divert their attention, hut an advertisement read in the quiet of the family circle will be read and remembered.