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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, mt THE. L E T H B RIDGJi DAILY HERALD HIS HEALTH IN A 1ERRIBIE STATE "Friilt-a-tives" Healed His Kidneys and Cured Him B, ONT., AUG. 1913. "About two years ago, I found iny health IK a very bad state. My Kid neys were not doing their work and I was all run down in condition. I felt the need of ionic good remedy and Uavmgsceu" Fruit a tires 'advertised! I 'decided to try '.Uitni. Their effect, I foutid more than satisfactory. Their action was mild and the remit ill that could be eipected. ,My Kidneys resumed their normal action after I had taken upwards of a dozen boxes, and I regained iny old- time. vitality. Today, I am enjoying the best health. I have ever had B, A; 41 Fruit-a-tives ia the greatest Kidney Remedy in the world. It oh the bowels and skin as well as on the kidneys, and thereby soothes and cures any -.Kidney soreness. "Frult-a-tives" is sold by oil dealers at spc. a box, 6 for Jz 50, trial size 250 or will be scot on receipt of price by Fruit -a lives Limited, Ottawa. Retlaw District Prepares For a Bumper Crop Retlaw, Alta Oct 31 i ery low estimate of the fall plowing done in our immediate district the past week Is acres Thin is calculated on the basis of 30 acres per section on BOO sections, and will- gh e some- idea of the size of our crop area tor next Intention to R. B. Bennett M. P. to Goss Work in City whom shall 1 send my patriotic f This Is uuestlon which has bother- ed more than ouo a desire fo contribute somethldj; to- ward either local or local channels for aKevtatlon of Buffering on tho field ol battle, or for the support ol the dependents of ami reservists and volunteers The eon-- plaint been made rnoro than ones that there has been no definite In- struction as to where these cpntrlbu tlons should ba sent It lias come un. dor the obsonauce of the Herald, that one man iias to dpnato toward patrlqtlo causes, hut ho Is at sea as to where it should be placed In an attempt to obtain, some light on the situation this moraine, the Herald learned that practically no ef forts have been mada to raise money for the patriotic fund It the inten- tion of those behind, to secjre Bennett, MP.'of Calgary, TO patriotic address in at Borne near date, and to charge small ao mission whioh would jq toward form- ing a nucleus After a itart has been made in this way, capvas of the. city will he made and campaign initltut- Judging from this advice, it would be better for thoio contemplating gifts to hold them until, afte? this mass meeting Mr, 3 D. Higinbotham or Major Stewart will accent contribu- tions la the meantime lor the local patriotic fund, and Supt fldlson will be glad to acknowledge contributions for the Red Cross work, although this this fine tall weather con- year, if tinues A good force of, men are now, very busy getting our 'phone lines In shape td move the Central office to Retlaw After this we will have a service that will not be changed. Commencing November 1, Hetlaw HI naie a tn weekly mail Thursdays and Saturdays organisation ross wo, U-not yet" much i by; all. __________ nd will lie-appreciated well organized to solicit It Is the-Intention that the. Red Cross and .the Patriotic fund comtnlt- tee work In unison If a, contribution Is fntended tor'the Patriotic fimd it should be so specified when made, or If it Is to be' devoted 4o Red Cross work, the giver should, likewise ad vise; Wb'w np'.ieslgiiatloa .accompan- ies the gilt however, It may be divided between the two orjanUatlons Supt Wilson pointed out tljisTBuiulns that It was the Rea grQ63 offered an opportunitj Mr George Casper, manager of the Pioneer Lumber Co, has been sick the past week, and Mr Ernest Donreij has been taking his place in the ofiice this past week D J Vaughn has gone to" Montana to bllng home, Mrs Vaughn and their ntfw-born baby girl. Mr Myron Burnanr shipped a. car load of hogs to OrtgaTyF-from Retlaw last Tuesday, and he still haa 200 head that are not ready to re- quire more Born and "VVhealan, a sou. To Mr, and'Mrs Will Kearus, a son 1 Our new section boas has come here to me with his famllv of wife and two children He nas three men help- ing him, so our popu'ation is increaB ed that much He comes from Medi- cine Hat. Theie was a good attenrtan.ce at the services heSd In Retlaw last Sunday eveniufi" Soothroyd was here Irbm Taber, and assisted our local pas- toi. We are glad to note that Intel est is increasing in our meetings We understand Mr P Thomas has been appointed agent by the govern- mont to take applications for seed and feed, so this -will be hands for fann- ers living east and north of Ketlaw Our has had a home built for our chemical fire engine, be-aaay- fo get at In fire. Campbell i. White have er- ected a slaughter nouso in the north- east part of town, to be used for their Dullness here OFFICER_ TREACHEROUSLY SHOT (Told by Piivate Richardson, 1st Battalion Roial Berkshire Regiment (a well known army athlete) now Reading, wounded "One evening the alarm was giien that the Germans were sighted We marched out to meet them After two shots by us we ceased firing as the said, they were French. forward to meet them, and when within two pices the German officer put a.torchnight In his face and shot him dead One of our vhapa who had seen what had hap- pened -oointeil a rifle at the German and fetched him down." for-gn ing, to a different clans of people The scone Is larger and dona- tions will he expected and women of any, nationality Mr Wilson thinks that the establishment ot the Red Cross will provide an outlet for many gifts that otherwise would not be made, and it gives the American and other- women 'in the city not ell gible to membership In the of tha Empire, an opportunity to work anil Tho Red Cross Society IB; open to receive members, and would like, to- enllst as many as possible Full nar- tfcuTars can from Super- intendent Wilson-at tie, barracks, or from the secretary, Mr. Hugh Donnan. An active membership can. be had for }2 00, an "assQciste membership for }1 00, and a life membership for 826 00 The 'only difference between ,the sociate and active, is that the latter carries a vote, former does not Several memjiers have al ready been obtained; and many more are '.ook'etHor, The laoias ol the all work- ing harQ on garments, eic, and it is a well known that there-Is an ab undance of giving going on at all times which never credited nor re corded.- t The Nursing; Mission Is handling all the local relief In ail, efficient man- ner, and for this cause should bB-made to that organization No date has1 yet tha FOR Stock in Ordor Will Hartford, Conn No> 3 Within the last two weeks 1700 machine lathes of modern to 14 inches) tiave teen shipped Europe One thousand more "of these lathes are required, the whole to. cost 000 The order'will eihausMhe pre- sent stock of ttthes in the United States The Colt, the Smith, ft Wes son, the Remingtor, union Met alllc Cartridge plants are working ov- ertime on machine guns, pistols and ammunition, these eventually will flnS their" w the manufactujerj.deaj'bnl} with their American agents Blue Ribbon Always Keep Them :ep Hoi In The House Tint's what Mr. H. J. Ewitiroodi of Carlcton Place, Ont, says about Gin Pills. hare takta Ota Pilh toJ tlijm d forpnin lilh. Joints. nyjfpWfi' "f Binddor TroubU. W. Itan inthahwttf Dills XJ If you are feeling badly, perhaps It Is your Kidneys or liladder tlint 13 causing tins trouble If there is pain over the the urine 19 hot nnd free or Hie urine shows brick dust deposits' or there is constant pain in the sleep ami 10 ol yon certainly need Gin Pijls.. Get them to-day and feel better to- morrow. 6ln Pills are sold by all dealers at COc. a box, 0 bones for Free trial treatment if you write Nations! Drug and Chemical Co. ;of Canida, Limited, Toronto OMEFOUR CHILD FELL FROM A WAGON AND IS LIKELY FATALLY INJURED: Onefour, Alta, Oot Olden burg a piomiaent fanner of Need rnc.s QnetQ'J'' Th'jradiv and Friday ,W. A.- Brown haa resumed otera (Ions at his coal mine 3, and la hauling 'material from thb' Cypress Hills to. timber a new tunnel. D. N. Current and James -Wethereli expect to open a new cool mine on the Milk river this season. Harrison, little son of Mr. and Mrs G S Bugbee of 2 3 mat mth a painful accident last -Reek, from whirl recovery seenls doubtful f He lei from a loaded and -was crush ed under a wheel, a broken rib pierc Ins one lung A. doctor was summon ed immediately from Cotlouwood Monf knd'dia could to al levlata the-sufferings of the joung pa taenf Aleu Lindsay made a trip to Goi enlock last week, and reports consid erableviifeVat bur new railroad-Ration miles aw ay A restaurant, bar her shop, and a billiard hall have been opened The International Har v ester Co has built a warehouse am put In a stock of farm machinery Sev eral other .'buildings are in erection and 150 men are inditing Im provements on the railroad track and completing the-station UISFROM1TW FILLED 1 SKY In a description of the terrible eenes accompanying the flight from ntwerp the London Evening News orrespqndent at Rotterdam tole- raphedi: The last trains were albout to leave vo miles from tho town. Peoplo ore seated on the footboards, tho oofs and the on tho. op of the coal In the tender ot tho igine Every time the shells whistled over- ead a' long tremor passed through he crowd Women their ba ilds tighter and hurried on away from 10 city of death. All day Ions tho people trampud. he sun poured 'dowu, but so great as dust that the army ot people ould'hardly be seen. When' night fell they had not yet cached' the Dutch frontier, and in (he rowing darkness the -burning town egan' to glow like some great iron- vdric's over -which the bursting sheila pread thousands of shooting stara. The- ftront of tho great exodus was ome twenty miles from the last line nd all night this tragic defenceless rray marched, In Holland the fugitives ex-perlenc- d-tli'n most striking sympathy. Peo- le advanced from the gloom of vi! ages 'with kindly words and offered mlUcaiid food. Dutch soldiers carried labies and helped the old women and nflr'm In the sympathj aud kindness f tllOiDutch many of the poor Belg- ans-forgot for a tinje their suffer- ngs, and the relief seen in their aces' .-'when they realised they were t last safe from the Germans was ne of the most. pictures that of trag Over .half a million persons, chiefly women and children, have- poured over he Dutch ibbrdern! Ever? station in Holland is a little 'city of sorrow. Mothers sit upon-b'enches in the cold giving their hatoies'the only rood they ;ave to give. Children stream every- rhere over the cobbles wandering and Desolate. Men hour, after hour at the bulletins' shop windows which tell them of, the progress of Antwerp's destruction, One of the most pathetic facts is he flight of a large body of lunatics escaped from an asylum. Many are now roaming the., country and creat- ng fear and disorder The Dutch government has Issued a warning to icopie not'to be "nasty in dealiugwith itrange persons, who are likely to be fanatics.'. Siity'pf. them arrived at Sindhoven last night in the care of lie warders. Air the fugitives hav.e pathetic stor ea to.tell. and cry hys erically at the relief of being at last iway from the-sound of Germau guns, COFFEE and BAKING for Blue Ing Powder Like all Blue Ribboi fiM ducts they are of the highest quality and are guaranteed to give jo'f It-other- wise tin purchase price will be refunded GOOD TIMES AND WARM SMOKESTACKS Good times are bound to come back to the world and to thig country, Bu good times don't come by any mean dering of fat kine after leaa ones They are not controlled by blind cycles now forecasted by people like Madame Thebes They are not phan toms that wait for the nse (and fal of the real estate booster, they have nothing radically to do with tlje price of land They have stilt less to do with the policy of any gevfcrnment All the world needs to keep good time all the time, is good crops over moa of tire world, plenty of people settini what fhe> earn for their labors, and the placing of the red god Mare on the retired list. Crops come naturally The crop of 1914 are on the whole more profil able In this country than in o any of the- fat years of the last de cade We have in this country larger army of efficient, industrloui people than ever we had hav more factories than ever havi more railways and steamships W have all the machinery for keeping th times good wflhput resorting to poetr or legislation or witchcraft All w need in Canada to keep this machin ery operating tor our benefit is for th people to stand behind the machinery The factories of Canada were bull primarily to satisfy the Ijorae market They represent capital enough to bull Britain'a Navy three times over. .Tha Investment Is practically owned by th people ot Canada because Then It i operating at full It maintain good "conditions In the country Slack en DP on the smokestacks and yo lessen not so much the supply as th i demand The good times that depen on warm smokestacks are entirely 1 the hands of those who now and here- after buy goods made In Canada. AIDED THE KARLSRUHE: TO BE DEPORTED Kingston, Jamaica The Londo Mwnlng Post correspondent eables Louis Vessels, head of uue of th largest firms In Jimalc has been ordered to leave the Islan In six days fte Is partner la the firm iof Weeiefls, Kulenkamf ft Co, Ner York, nd be Is charged with ten Jin supplies to the Karlsruhe t The government Intends to depor Wessels and his German Weasels Is a naturalized British sub- ject Walter A Method, managing d rector of the Stuart Machjneiy Ca Winnipeg, died suddenly kt 3aska toon He from near Almonte, Ont, Try This New MADE FINE_JOS OF IT Bernhardi secrcflV Visited States To Boston, Mass Noy 3 Boston Transcript in an editorial says: "The rfew York HeraW that Gen- eral-Bernhardi paid 'a secret visit to the'lihited Statefffn''April to foster prp-Qerman sentiment in the United States in anticipation of'the war; Well lie'made a fine job of :it." KIT FURNISHED PRIVATE SOLDIER This li> what the Canadian govern ment provides each soldier with above Sis uniform and arms pairs, winter weight light weight and two winter weight winter weight pairs, wlnter.weight. Woollen waistcoat. .Woollen gloves. Balaclava cap, icarf.. Housewife Containing needles thread pins, buttons, etc. knife, spoon, fork, raror, comb brush, clothes brush, shading brush towel firaces, boot laces, cam as shoes ilasp knife on lanyard Hearing is Restored to Deaf Without Mechanical or Artificial Hear- ing Devices Deaf Mutes Hear With Their Own Ears. A Won derful English Discovery. Thousands of people-suffer from catarrhal deafness or poor hearing who tried specialists, adver- tised treatments, artlfu-uJ ear drums ear phones, electric vibrators and various mechanical appliances with out success lune at last resigned themselves to a 'world of silence thinking that nothing can eier restoic to them their normal hearing Ye their case Is not hopeless A remark able scientific treatment discovered a little more than a year ago In Englani Is making people hear deafness and Is also unequalled fo quickly stopping the distressing heaWch describes how he was captured during the light, ing in the Woevre district. The let- ter proceeds: "I was taken to a Prussian infantry lieutenant, >.ho quesMneJ me closely about the dispositions, of oar forces I pretended to know nothing, and ed as stupid as I could I was .menac- ed, but in vain The lieutenant then said to me 'My friend, you now be shown a fine dfspUy of free of cost' I was immediately hand- cuffed, taken to a district which heavy fighting was expected to take place shortly and (thrown into a t.ench 1 feil on iny .bank and lay there, with six Prussians Btandlng be- side me At four o'clock the battle began The French-shells hummed across the trench Soon the noise grew louder, and I thought that my last hour had come Suddenly one of our '5 shells ex ploded Heads, and torn bodies seoraed, to fly about and then fell heavily to the ground My position, fiat on th. ii the bottom of the trench had saved me I had not even a scratob, although I was coier- ed with blood The Prussians In the trench were all dead I began to hope that I might escape, then I fainted When I came to I was is ing on a stretcher beside a road The French had taken the trench, and I was no longer a prisoner in the hands ol the enemy I was taken to the hospital At and from there to In a few days I shall again be in the fighting BRITAIN MEN 1 UfiBErt ARMS OH HOME WIL London, NoV. British on rolls and "drilling1 In tie UpUid Kingdom to Of tola total (boat 800000 men Ij tinMt "Kltchenert responded taals Mro for soldiers to serve" for th tee years, or fqr the duration'of thf war. About 6M.MO belMk 14 wailo or with thi CORDAGE PLANT AT CALGARY Calgary, Alta, 3 a year ly capacity of pouads of binder twine, and pounds of rope, the Western Canada Cordage Plant, employing 860 men, and -with a payroll of about weekly; will shortly building operations in the Manchester subdivision of this city The company is the outcome of Ions deliberations and has been .promoted and organized to a great extent by local men. PRINCE WAS LEADING HIS, London, Henry of Battenbers has been informed by the neadquarters at the front that her son, Prince Maurice of BattenWrg, name appeared In the Hat of killed made public few days ago, met death while, leading his com in an attack The Prince was by a shrapnel bullet from a burs I shell, and died almost immediately I terward In The Midst Of War s Alarms Patriotism takes no account of-cm- sequences. But are as vital to tne man who must stay at home as to him who goes to defend his country's honor. Prudent men protect their families against these- "cqnpwgiences" by means of life insurance. An Imperial Income Policy will enable you to thai the meat of JTQM wrly a dependable, monthly m- mft will to your widow as lone u ie lives, or to-your children until of H enough to bo.- self-supporting. .today fee copy of our booklet, "Safeguard yw intarestiaf ud it i nee. THE IMPERIAL LIFE Asauruic6 Coropajiy of Canada 1 HEADOFFICB TORONTO ;