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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY II K K A I-U SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1915 PACK SEVEN "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price fore-bccauso Canadians demand the -bert oar service at the lowest possible cost. The "Made to Canada" Ford is a noceaalty- not. u luxurf. Runabout ?540; Town Car price on application. AJ1 Ford cars are fully equipped, including electric head- lights. No cars sold unequipped. Buyers ot Ford cars "ill "hare In our profits 1C we sell cars between August 1, 1014 aim August 1, 1915. THE FORD GARAGE A Corporate Executor f many men company your Executor. Uur Wills will hePoI nerviee to you. Write for a tree copy. WRITE IOB OUS SOOELET The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Asslgnes for the Judicial Districts of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKIWIN LETMBH 22o Eighth Avenue We.t, Calg.ry. Lethbrldg. Office Bank of Commerce Bldg., J. W. McNIcol Inspector Reduced Rales-First Class, Cabin and Second Cljss-All Steamers SUMMER SERVICE SAILINGS service GRAMPIAN Miy HESPERIAN ............'J'lne 10 GRAMPIAN June 24 HESPERIAN....... July 8 GRAMPIAN July 22 HESPERIAN Aufl. 6 ii-i nwi Montreal. Circct to Glasgow CORSICAN SCANDINAVIAN June 19 SCANDINAVIAN .........luly 17 CORSICAN............. July 31 SCANDINAVIAN .........Aug. 14 In the Guagow Service. W. R. ALLAN, G.N.W. Agent. Winnipeg.______ INTERESTING HISTORY OF AN ALBERTA SOLDIER INCORRIOIBLE YOUTH JOINS ARMY AND NOW WEARS SERGEANT'S STRIPES llu ban been In the army only n month or two, but .lie In weanns a sergeant's stripes, and islvcs i.romiho lot rising rapltV.y to distinction In mil- i lary circles. I'Vnr years ago lie was Hooked upon by all who knew bun us ian Incorrigible. At fourteen the po- I lice had reason to regard hlin as a skilful forger, and the neighborhood i'lii which he lived Uicusjit Hic'lia" been sentenced to spend n nu term in the industrial school lit Reduction Second Cabin Rates to ?50. All Steamers Service METAGAMA (New) ...June 3 MISSANABIE (New) ..June 17 METAGAMA (New) ...July 1 MISSANABIE (New) ..July 15 For full particulars apply to any Railway or steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg CROSS DESTROYED 15 KMAINS BY SHELL-FIGURE 'STANDING information Wanted The Management and Officers of the Com- pany are always ready to answer inquiries, whether made in person, or by letter. It is a part of the .business of the Company, to keep the secrets oi Us clients, in regard to Estates and Wills, and it does it. -----------The British Canadian Trust Co. OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. -Couybearc Block' Lethbridge, Alberta BERNHARDI TACTICS WRONG Present War Teaches That Trench Fighting Is Basis of New Type of strategy complete revision of many methods of warfare which even CN-perts did not 111 the least antici- pate, are discussed by Major B Mor- ant, retired, in a recently published article entitled "The Length of Bat- "NO longer ago that 1912, Major Mo- raht points out, General von Bernhardl In "Time and Its Strategical and Tac- tical declared that "the battles of the future need not be long er than those of other European and that "one-day battles wil be the rule, longer ones the excep declaring that the battle of th future -would be only of a day's dura tion, General von Eernhardi declarei that the unusual physical characteris tics of the battles in the Husso-Jap- anise-war, taking place m difficult country, and around fortified places, made: it no criterion for future con- tlicts And yet, Major Moraht points 75 YEARS OF PROGRESS THE OLD RELIABLE CUNARD LINE he World's Fastest Weekly Mail id Passenger Ocean Service. Reduction Second Cabin Rates ALL STEAMERS, )DU INCLUDING LUSITANIA New Sailings IRDUNA (new triple screw) TUSCANIA (new triple screw) ......May 21 "Fitted with geared turbine 'repaid passage arranged. Applv o" any R.R. or 3.S. Agent, 01 THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO Main Street Winnipeg SAILINGS. MONTREAL-GLASGOW SERVICE Steamers eiasgbw ay 15 Cassandra April j.0 una "5 une IS......Cassandra...-..June .1 carry third-class passengers.. Ctlbin Passengers only Hate S50.00. f Glasgow, J33.75. hird-olass R I'orlage In Prairie thnt the department of Dependent and Dollmiuenl Child- ren of Albcrln had Its first .opnorlun- liy of iinyliiji particular intention, t" his cuse. liiforinaUou pathori'd from about his old Imlinls, indicated that like niiiny anotlior lie had been bcisullfil by wick, cil companions, and because lie Had more brains than those who enticed, him, ho was quickly as the leader of ills gang. What the crlmlll-1 because it vrau the only wny lio discovered of putting ills pow- ers to the test. Glancing at tl.c surface, one might easily conclude ttat ttb "Johnny i Canuck" had love anil i advantage. Ills honi'J was equal to I I that which the ordinary Worltlns man lor mechanic is able lo proviOe for his I family. No tair.t could dlsecveied lln his His parents were in- aiiBlrlous and irUEEl. lor t.it fact thill, the ra- too much with "John Lai....-, crni." A closer slfdy ot thf nitnitUun leads to the that'there was j j scmelliiuB kuAins in me .'mine i rounding. There was no s.ru..- Ihond ot sympathy bicilms j parents and boy. 'ih3 latter learned lo tliink of h'r, home as ai [boarding-house. His the street, his coElpl'ilons were catch acquaintances of tho back alley- He'took on ihe traits of Una environ-1 mem as a fish takes or. the motuut i of the ground on it is larowiij or tile butterl'.y reflects t-'is c'...ors tlio flower over which it hovers. 1.? j was but one of a thousand cases that; demonstrate the fact that environment counts i -Early reports from the Industrial, school -were to the effect that he was I Usid "Frult-a-ttos" Willi Tin Best of school were to te etee rapidly developing into a stinill j handsome lad. with an open frank ins-; T GEORGE McKRY Csa. Klpri-N, OST., June 17tU. IMS. "Ihave been using "l'ruit-a-tives ti a family rcmcily lor many years. They are the best medicine I have ever tried. do me tho most never gripe and their action is pleasant. have! used them for Indigestion a-lil Constipation with the best results, aiid I heartily recommend them to anyone similarly afllictcil. Tlirsc troubles h.T.-c Icfl uiecomplete- Iv and I irive "I'mit-n-tives" full credit for all "this. A. nicer pill a. Ulan cannot take." GKORGE McKAV. The enormous demand (or "Fruit-a- tives" is steadily due to the fact thit this wonderful fruit medicine prompt in all cases ot TndiKestiou. Constipation, Sour Stomach. Rheumatism. Chronic Headaches, and Neuralgia, and all Kidney and Bladder Troubles. 50c a bos, (i for trial sice Sac. SoH by a" dealers or sent on rcceiptof nicebj Fruit-a-tivesLiinited.Otla-nn. hird-class to common Scandinavian points ...................'-'SHS to Stockholm hlrd-olass from common Scan- dinavian points bird-class from For rates and other Information apply to H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main St. phone M. 5312 Vancouver, 531 GranviUe Street. MADE IN CANADA BERMUDA JflrSOti CAL1SBURY WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO., BER1.IN. ONTABIO rat trenches and the long drawn o battles have been tlierule from tl dunes of Planners to the hilis of th Champagne and the.mountains in Ca pathia. .Genera! von BefDnirufb conclusion were eased on studies of the Boer an Russo-Japanese -wars, among other and yet, within three years of the publication, Major Moraht shows t [iredictlons of the. general have prov lo be wrong. "We certainly .will not c selves behind walls and in trench'e wrote General von Bernhardi, and yet "we haie been doing just tint for more than sk months Major Moraht. "To all friends of the offen- sive, and what' soldier is not its surely is painful that we no longer can believe In a war of move- ment and operation before we think of one of inaction.1 "We must unleain part of "hat we had been taught, and we mu't cling to the sood old theories onll in case it shill be that mistaken lead- ership led us to adopt the methods of long continued fighting In one position. The v erdict is yet to come It is not "Major Moraht declares huge losses lave not necessarBy led to decisive Mctorie- 01 defeats Some new im- pelling force seems to have entered all the conflicting forces The gen- enl commenting on the methods of thp Japanese in retreating when the became too accurate and retnm- inE to the attack later, uredicted the same in the next future war Yet, says Major Moraht French have not lost nerve in the face of terrible loss- es the Germans do not lad it in bloodv offensive and move- ments and sacrifices have not hlndeied the Huiamni, nor stopped them from returning to the attack again and again. PACIFIC SPECIAL EXCURSION FAKES To SAN FRANCISCO EXPOSITION All Routes CHRISTAOELPHIANS CHHISTADELPI-HANS Meet In he'Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. Entrance 5th street south and 2nd avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the glad Kingdom ot God. Sub- em -v vua. Question: 'What must I do to inherit eternal All seats free. No collection. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH W. G. pastor. Special services to- morrow "Mothers' Day." Sunday Sol and liiliic class 10.30. Preach, service at 11-30. Morning sub- ject "The Motherhood ot God. Christian Endeavor 6.30. Evening ser- vice 7.30. "Hell, what is ANGLICAN ST CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner Eighth avenue and Eleventh street Rev. Canon Vv. V. Mc- Mmen Sunday, May 9: Matins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 7 30- Rev. Canon McMillen will preach at both services. Sunday school, .l.un- ior Girls' and Junior Boys' 1-.- 18) and Adult Bible classes at 3 p.m. Bible class lesson: "The Friendship ot PRESBYTERIAN NOW ON SALE FROM ALL STATIONS IN ALBERTA Further particulars from-" nsari agent, or, R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary, HERO OF LIGHT BRIGADE ;S DEAD London, May Wil- liam Henry Beaumont de Horsey, who commanded the famous ibight Brigade In Its charge at Balaclava, died last night at the age of 89 years. lie en- tered the army in 1844, became a major-general in retired in 1883. He was decorated for gallantry in the Crimean war. BRITAIN PUTS EMBARGO ON COAL Londoi Mas proolT- mation announced today nrqhlbits the entry into Great Britain Of Belgian bank notes The prohibition of .the exportation of British coal im whore except to UrFtiflh. possessions or_to Ore-it Britain s ajlles also was official- ly announced today Banish Pimples! Pimples, Boils, and other skin erup- tions are an almost infallible indicalidn that the blood is impure. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is 'the simplest and most positive Bldp'd Puri- fier that can be used. When we have perfect digestion we must have pure normal blood, which supplies healthful nutrition to all the organs and tissues of the body; and as a result we must have healthy functions and the absence of disease in any form Abbej 's vescent Salt, produces this condition by ensuring healthy digestion and 'lit. elimination of all morbid matter from the system. Sold everywhere 25c and We i Sold by j. D. Higinbotham C.e., Limited er Second avenue and-Eighth street. Rev Canon Murrcl-Wright, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery' Sunday morning a' .g.m, and at the 11 o'clock service on the tils- Sunday of the month. Evensong, 7.30 nm Sundav school, 10 a.m. The Rec- tor will conduct the services, as usual kr M4KVS of 5H, and mh. St. C. N. Holy communion every Sundav morning at 8 a m Choral Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Sunday's oi the month at 11 I i mi and on" all High Festivals Matins on the 2nd. and -Itll Sunday at II-a in Sundav school and adu.t Bible class at 3 p. m. 'Evensong at METHODIST -WESLEY Cl-HJ.RCH Corner 4Ui ivenue and nth street S. Rev. G. H. JC'bbledick, pastor. Jiorning service, lam, Mothers' Day service. 3 p.m., Bible school and adult classes. 4.1o, nfant baptism. 7.30 p.m., 'It do the best I can will 1 not so to Heaven." Music: Anthems morning and evening; morning, solo by Mrs. Chandler; evening, solo by Mrs. John- J. B Francis, pastor. Class-meeting, 10 am.' 11 a.m., children's We, Army Cutworm." Sermon, '.Mcuiers F.ower." 7.30 p.m., -_'Persunal Words to 1'ersonol SALVATION ARMY Services ai'e helo at ClUdtl, Flt'S street, as lollops-. Sundiy. 11 i m Ho in'ss meeling: p.m.. prain nicotm" md i-30, Salvation meeting. Week s Monday, i. ;i m., ro-etinj; led oy '.vedaeiiiay. I pm Soldiers' raeeilns: Thursday, S pn S Intion Citadel biria In S and MI; KNOX-Pastor, Hcv. A. H. Benoon, toEioTovv at 11 a. m. and Morning, special Mothers Day service. Boys' department of Sun- day school -at 10 a.m., other depart- ments at 3 p.m. Chinese class at -1 n m Evening subject, "The.Mysteries of Life Full choir, at each service. Everyone cordially welcomed. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH Pas- tor Rev. A. C. Bryan. Morning at 11 am'. Mothers' Day service. .I'iDior Sunday school at 2; senior buuaty school at 3.15. Service at 7.30, suo.t Cc, i "Red Deer Synod." COALHURST-St. Matthew's Pres- byterian church: Sabbath school, 11 "m evening service at 7.30, aubJecU "Sin- Its Universality; Its Nature and Consequence." W. M. McLeod, pastor. TRINITY CHURCH, BARDIE- Evening service at 7.30 p. m. All are cordially- invited. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Ave. Baptist church. Sunday at 11 am liemcmbering.thc Lord's Death. 7'30 pm Gospel meeting. Tuesday, S p.m.' Prayer- and Gospel meeting. Everybody welcome. ROMAN CATHOUIC ST Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. Fath- er Roscnllial, pastor Rev. Fr. Min- weain, assistant. Children's Masa at 8 J.m. and High Mass at a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening.sei- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service. LUTHBRAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. anil Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, mini.- or Norwegian services at 11. Sun- day school at 3 p.m. English services at BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST UHURUH-3rd Ave S and Uth St. 11 a. m. The pastor, Rev. D. Ross. "Fighting Ag ainst ijcd." Npoii, Bible school and adult class. Song service. FIFTH AVENUE er Fifth avenue and Eighteenth street 2 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST -.Hull Block, Sevent street. Service at eleven a. nesday evening: testimony mcEtmg, I p. ni. The reading room is open t evervone every, day from three to fiv p: m. Everyone is cordially invite to attend. BELIEVERS BiirzmamVs 418 Thirleent itreet, North assemble on the.Lord's Day for tne brcaMni: of bread at 11 a. m: Sunday school at 3 p. m.': Gospel preaching at 7.30 p. m. Bible, reading, Wednesday 7.1o p. DftV 3A1NTS cmmcH OP .iBsns CHKIST OF. LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corncr ol I Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday school 2 n.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Ilishop 0m. W. Gram; 1016 Second Ave. S. Phone 1193, lianuscme imi. position. The keepers though! they discovered an indolent atreah in hisi nature, but noticed that the tasks! that' interested him were performed I with a zest. A close study of tile case elicited the interest of ihe. tendeut of the department of Depend- ent and Delinquent Children in a pe- culiar way He thought to encourage the lad as much as possible by the most friendly and inspiring.corres- pondence. A close friendship was formed and many a heart-stirring passage may be read in the corres- pondence that passed between this j boy and his biK friend. lielicvmo, that what the ward needed wab net punishment, but an opportunity, an earlv narole was secured on condit oa that the lad reported regularly to the Superintendent. For a time misfortune dodged his steps He had many jobs. He was never dismissed for inability or baa conduct, .but the enterprise failed, 01 work was stopped because of the pre- vafilns depression. Through it all he c ried a sunny- disposition and prov- 1 id himself an'optimist at Ho TWO iNuHta uF __ RAIN AT PINCHen Pinchcr Creek. Alta., -Hay S.-iSpc- c-i-il to' The rainfall tor the five davs ending Mov T. here, was Crop conditions are ex- cellent. 'its of the blues, he never betrayed the feet in the presence of his friends. His voluntary guardian was not al- wavs so sanguine of success. .He sometimes feared lest idleness and depression might cause a relapse into (ormer misdemeanors.. In spite ot it all, the man and the boy worKed to-, Aether like brothers.. With the forming of the Second La- j uadian lad, now a man in physique, felt the fever m .lia blood, and just as soon as he was old enough he donned the hahkl uniform From the first he must have been as a leader among the Promotion came almost at once. Sf last letter to his old friend was full of hone and buoyancy. The man had been'as a great rock to him in his time of storm and stress.. George Roberts, Cousin ot the late Field-Marshall Lord Roherts, died at auphin last week. He was H South iric.au veteran of 1884 and 1S99. Hemizman Co. Piano Sixty-five years ago the Heintzroan piano was a good piano. It been improved year after year since then, till now it is acknowl- eged to be the World's Best SHOW ROD 322 Eiahth Ave.. Wett. Calgary Alberta i More Power for Your Tractor More power from the same amount of the same power from less that is one secret of tractor'economy. PREMIER MOTOR GASOLINE gives most power per gallon. It is quick-starting; clean burning. _ It is always uniform and does away. with-'.car--... buretor adjustments. Its comparatively low cost is. made possible by the unrivalled rcnninu and distributing facilities of this SILVER STAR ENGINE KEROSENE A powerful and reliable refined oil for kerosene- burnins tractors. The established favorite with Cana- Jim farmers for years. Branch Station" Throujkoul Ike Domimon THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Limited Made In Canada ;