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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID6E DAILY HERALD Page 5 Pinchei Creek Recalls Heroism of Her Sons on the South African Baltic Field 1'jiin, Its There were touj both services, wh n great help to l Flr.elier Creek. Juui? the thirteenth antihDreary ol the ileaiL [iu MiSoa) In Soutb Africa, of R. ot Vmchttr bois wlio ir.cnibcrs of iho Car.adUm coa- llpgini, .iud tho occasion ii AS rein em- fcered In a fitiivg ir.anntr by In the Anglican Church As Piiulier Cm-X hos- pital uas tullt !u conminuiord'.ton ct th? of tht- from ihis town Yit.o their Hvcb for tbtlr Cj'-iutfii dud country, toi'u services iu the Anglican churth VH.TO gKon up to Ihe hoij'iul, nr.d all ilm open otter Inas ol tlit! day, nitioutitini; lo about US, vtfcro set aside for benefit oj ttiat lastUuiIrm. In thtf otMiiui; Hev- 3. R. Greitau preached an tict" i apyroiTrf ne an J strong sr-rmon from I. Joliu cliapU-r and 5ili Ntrse: Is The gentleman cho-it.- for Use idle of Ma excellent dlsuourio "The ot aud Us coa g w a uo n 6 ft 1 'h aro guru lo prove HI hospital. In the Mtkhadllt Church In tho Mothodlst church tho even- ing service vias nior-a of ihe nature of a memorial service for the 3nle Corporal J. Fred Monleu, who killed nt Honing Spruit on June 22. 3SOO, who was olcstly associated the church boforo he Joined the Canadian contingent. ROT. A, Lytle a swnt address, raferrlDg to tho lives ot many of '.America's strong men ami their bene- fit to tho nation as a A ta fatal t.hich was placed in ibe church lo the memory cl tbo tleaii hero was draped n1th I'jiJon Jock for the cccastoD, and another 6at adorned the pulpit Then, on behalf of the officials ol the tho, following appreciation was read by R, Ths Late Corporal Words" "In order to refresh our memory aa lo the manner in vshlch Corporal Frnl Morden, la Those memoty thti tanlsl on tlio wall lo wy" Hsht, met bis death in Soulh Africa thirteen yeass "ago today, 1 cannot do bett-r tbap. qitots an oxcerpt fioia a. written by Colonel 10 a friend In Montreal, under date of June 2? 1500. In his letter, -which was nrlv ten from Honlog Sura It, ihe Colonel 'You tuaj have heard ot tho good "wort done by ray man here on the 2ind One Incident has at tractcl a great deal of attention. V.'hen the camp attacked we had 'R Cossack post on iho latKay on the ridgo about a njHe south of the camp. They attacked by stoat 60 ol the enemy. The joungest rcan of the post haiing been YIQ )n the" head, nas sent back lo with tb9 led torsos, as there was r.o cover for iho animals. Corporal Mor- In charge ol tha post, sunt lo the camp that ho no for tho horses, and that be and his Cien covild stand off the Hoora, AH tUfeso three men were siccUent shots find splendid men. Tho Gtat of the threo to bo sbot AcUog Corporal Allies, ri-tio was thot In the right Shoulder. Ho rasKd bis sto-jldor on pi tuft of grass to Hop the bleeding, directed bis com rude a to ihoot. 11 'Private Kerr was next shot io iclJ, which we lurried, but they car- icd p.vva> otic- dead ar.J several ftonnilcd. TUU piuiani group iaB compotui of I'ineber Creek men, iho uion in lif-'t. The fcrouii conslsiort of Cor- poral M onion, Korr, Acting Mlks ai.d another lUlle nivHloiit tr-ia the talk o( ihe line, auJ has rt-ilc'-led cu honor on UiG Uciuiulon at-il oa thii lirif-f at ihe eordld siJ-- of and thui tem- rily curtaiu on tbos-; memorable of ttilrtceu years ;ov vwiiiLi ULO for a moment to refer 1-artieuUrly lo tho late Corporal Mor- in viiooi iho PiLcber Cret-'i xllBt church is Int-er- and whoso last ouj10 lc; the UPS of rtlttiost uierj- CauaJlan thai lime: 'If I dio It ho1i> tho Maplo Leaf 10 lire.' "To all tlujfe fortunate enough to call Fred Moi- den's trieiids, ihese words must ap- peal strongly, for t'io sentiment is fo uiinilrtakealily one which ho havo tcltQfd wlih iho whoJr- ol his and spirit This true u.itrloi nccils ix> epiuvh he had a life 10 sjnre for Queen country, witli all the iallh- and cuihuslasm of his nature he his life iu MB sovereign's With iho iruo sltnplicHy of a tjrocii so'Jl lie ap] para to ac- ei-ted tlie self-imposed duty without question. of this sinipltcfiy Ii is lifficnlt lo pal into-viords tlie of this rare n.tti-'re- He was the mirror of the prAirios TAhlrh so irga a part of his life. As clear and clean of mfnd and soul as the western afr ho brcatfaed, as transparently crystal aa Ihc mountain streJins about nm, aa lofty In purpose as his "SALADA" A cup of TEA that is Safe, Pure.Stimula- ting and Wholesome Beverage. SEALED LEAD PACKCT8 OMLY. Mack, (irtcn and Mixed. bo; s 3r-fi hoiue. U Is the stiirtt In martdtd to acllon In icany a Snttlv vl-uh bro-jfilil now glory to llritlsb arui-. It tho si-irlt fti "LIcii tiii.j .ill fought. In v.hlch many cf tht-ui fcr tlielr cOMUlry and !htlr Qaton Hiitve are dead, but the Leaf lives. I die U will tlie Maple Leaf lo HveV Yes! And aloiiasl-le these tp Jen did words, wrl'.c in Idlers of gold. 'He did his mm LIFE LADIES' AID SOCIAL JOLLY AF- PICNIC BY ST. MARY'S R1VEH Neu Hayton, -June 23 storm fore sou gel in on Thuisrtay mtht rebumd Mr. Mauson Town Planner Says Cheaper Houses Must Come Before Factories June Cai-'ada lilies true HiaJiujjcluriag ai It they allow by thin -iwa teal tatc lalues iiicii ai> tost ot UMiifc lor tlie nun be rtcafed, nas ihe ty faintius louii planner j'. i latiOv ape arcIiLtctt iu tlie wot.'d "I cari tec no cities oE Canada oor le mauuFacturmg centres tl.f huui- ing piolileui is ujj itriujsh. It is not a question ot a bl.'.mge ol J houses !t is a i-I a short- age of i Leap lur.utaiturer to run a tiniocn in Western Canada will to pur- thase a large area oi upon uhsch to erect Ins plan j'.d also ihe houses, of his 1( the tnen oi the nld wnild n'new I ot the abnormaUy mst ni In ing 'in Canada be surely immigrate. "The onE' salvation western cit- i ies a into ilit uholc Clel cheap liouscs for w'ir Le- and points lo lielored Hookies, at hrcad aod uncon- incd iu oatlook as hla coun- try. Kaiure enenis to have loved this iruo son of hers and given ;o bim Of 6uperl> physique and glani firengih, htr soneroslty to him evi- de Lilly uot along linos j (ar )s damage reported. (lions-he vis in thouphi, i ,ce trcam sncial, 'held under and deed. spent bumper for trop. unhc-rsUy campus, nori, vhuh U. SKeith, seven miles star't in the near Mure 1> east of New had the mis- for Ilcgina, uhprc hs utll draw fortune, iu a valuable horse, a plan oi the surro'.i.uir.js 01 ihe wlurli was sirui.k by lightning. So parliament buildings, siso a park sHictnc for the city nf lie will then for Kcclar.d, procecd- id deed. GooJ nill men' auspices of llic Ladies' Aid sod- ing to the Hague shortSi afterwards, uiTa been bis ,lifi motto. vny well attended, he will design the ground for Through all his conversation, we a'ro the stormy weather. A de- I the Carnegie palace o: peace. Ho told, ihere raup ihc role of strong, ilighUul rcadrred, a! then leave for 11 refer, ho chewy sympathy, of warm haiui-nlty. I a duct in Danish, by' uill plan the surrominiTSs for the The one who never wronged a fellow j arjf[ Mrs Khuinaker Nr-lson, of i new Hojal Palace at Athpr.s, and a! i r man; the faithful friend ivho judged JHl.ikcsvilIe. Dr. D. Md'allum gate tcr thp' tho wany anxlo'is to bft loved of bim ai. talk on. "Diseases and are. He will also la; by what he saw, hj wliat he hi-aid, as spirits do; Xbe brave, groat so'Jl lint U6ver lumeil asitic to ily from a man of thai splen- did calibre, which ihis sin siaiiKd can 111 afford to lose. "Fred Morden. W.IE a young 10 ire-stern prairies; a Hercules utterly fearless, gf a courage equal to hia strength. Tlie picture he his c iinconscioiiEly broad ehoulders squared, the but cooUnuad ?hooUng until rhot tbrougVi tte head. Corporal Mor- vr'bo was in charge of the sroup, the last man to go, being shot through tr.o brain. The of this Email grQ'ip had boen ao that ftfiar the two men Viere dead and the other wounded, tbo en- emy feared to approach tte p'ace, retired leaving two dead on the handsome, reEulutc held thrown well back, good comradeship, boyish eager- ness, keen zeei of life and living writ- len in line of his strong line dlnays be fresli In the mGTics of those who were fortun- ate enough to hnow him. "He eagerly gare his splendid life to his Queen, ami tba btsness o( hts heart gave without hesitation. 1 die u will hplp the Maple Leaf to live.' ''Here are words which should live in ton the past week been: H E. Rahy, CaU gar> Dr. J. S. Usymcnd A. U. Mc- R. Yates, Warner Spud Murphy, Milk River j London, 21 -London society Miss Mabel Soicc antl Clara Pres- ll.e jirobile court today at ton, ttarner ,V. 0, Trcgloati, Hlakes- the o; :lie suit the. Mile; John Grainger, Vcrmillion Oi the ].vtc Sir John Murray J. Macl.ean, Winnipeg; W. J. Rob- Scott. ertson: Toronto; Arthur Lewis, Cal-j Kir J0hn lelt to Lady Rary O. -f. Krmin, i.ethbndce L. SacKville ot Knole Park, Kent, wife K. Pouliii. C'alRBrj-, and S. 11, Marott Sacknlk. Malcolm Scolt, kins, of PTtlmonfon. a hrotlier.oi Sir John, opposes pro- bale of the will on the grounds that Lthe Hdron antf Lady undue influence in order to obtain the ,hulk of the estate. He also claims that a ocriiril fur which he has offcr- .ed was executed af- tcr ilir draviir.j; of the will for which .the Sarivvillcs ipek ptoliate. lij order of U.c court some time ago an envelope )ct[ by Joliu Murray Scott arfdrcssen1 to Lady Sarkvilfe .uas opened, it has not been dis- closed whether it contained the ing codicil At tlie opening of ihc case lor Mal- 'Colm Srott his counsel outlin- cd the general iiaiiirc of his case. "Tlie he said, "spent more tlian ten years in obtaining asrcnJartcy and domination over Sir John Scolt. The nature ol 1 (lull was such that, al- though they ucre mil relatives, they j induced him to finance UiE-m for rnor- '1310115 stuns [InnHE; his lifetime and to lo Ihe greater jiatt ol his estate of JS.OOMno." Sir John died on January U, 1912, after a most rcnurltable carror. He was the son of a Scottish doctor of 'very hutnhlc position The doctor char.ceii to he called in to alter.d the Matqnis oi Hertford. The Marquis nnd his kinsman' Richirrt Wallace, took a liking to Mm and Wallace appofntcd noctor Scott's son his pri- rate secretary. He served in IhU jcapartty lor many years, and induced Wallace to present the I famous Wallace art collection to the nation, for uhith service. iScoli made a baronet Sir Jolm's lotlune uas lo him i'j ".ho !rft i him afcnul m money and some propectv. If you under-work your You over-work your stomach. If you don't chew your food enough you don't make saliva enough. Digestion needs it. This chewing dainty supplies it. So if you must swallow food hastily? lef this mint flavored morsel give refreshing, improving relief to your poor, tired' digestion. Let it steadily improve your) teeth and appetite. BUY IT BY THE BOX, It costs any stays fresh until used., Look for the spear Wrigley Avoid imitations gjgo toE, Made in Canada f- 17 BABY'S COUGH SAVED FAMILY Juac residence of W. J, Hack. St. Vital, was destrojcd by fire at an early hour ihia morning. The family Jiad reiired tome he couching of one of the younger members of the family, the first to be affcrled by the smoke aroused the seniors of the household, and ail were iaved from personal Injury. The property was ialuej at M.OOO. H was a new house, only occupied for the first time last fall. The )OE3 fullr covered by losurance. yndharn Harding, a contraolor of rStrulfortl. crushed lo ileath by a heavy door "in an old building ling on bio. Every Woman Should Use That splendid, bubbling tonic which slim- organs and rtts tb? blood of impurities. Rosy cheeVs ind vigorous health the daily use Abbey's Effervescent Salt. A Bottle Home To-day. IN PRETTY CALIFORNIA STATE'S ATTORNEY SAYS COURSE OF JUSTICE WAS TAMPERED WITH GARMENT WORKERS ON STRIKE Cincinnati, June ihcvii- and garment obeyed the or- to strike and work in ctlcftlly all ihops and (fcclorlei at a EtflndfilHl. It estimated eleht thousand were on itriko In Cincinnati, fctid three and more In Mount Healffet and Read- lug Euburbs, and in N'ewp'M't and icston, Ky., river. June peculiar' situation lias at h respect to ihe of United States district Attorney MO- Xatb ot Caitfornla. Iu forwardlag-to President Wifaon his wit.Iidrav.fll from office, the California offlcCzI aaid that his action was due to the inlerfflrence of Attorney General McReynoids with tho adml DM ration of justice on the coast. in Plan COB by Mc- Nabb to justify his accusation against his superior officer. Two ya-ojig :nen, Caminetti and, >jaury DSsg3 e arrested some time ago on a charge of taking young girls ol res- pectable families to Reno, N'eradn, uu- der improper conjitlons. A charge ol i uas laid, against them! and (hctr trial flxoi Cor the week. One of the accused Is the son! of former Senator CamlnetU, recently appointed of Jminigra-' tlon at New York. During Ihe pasl Ticek Mr. McReynoids ordered Mr, MeNabb to the hearing of the case as well as that against the Western Fuel company. In hia tele- gram, Mr. McXabb gaiil this order after he had advised the de- partment of }ueMce that aUempis had beeo made lo corrnpl the govcrnmeDt isllncsses, that friends of and Dlggs publicly boasteii that the wealth and political prominence ol fbelr re la tires would stay the Dlat. net-Attorney's hand through Influe from Washington. CHASE SANBOPNV COTFEES HIS LEO BROKEN Swift Current, Juno Williams liad a kg hroXen ID the de- railment of train No. 011 the DorthRcst branch jesterday, S'BAL BRAND IS' THE I HIGHEST GRADE MONTREAL ;