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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING W THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor it a day hotel in M ristmas Nov'o.BO'X534' Office: Rear of'Stafford' Block CARD OF THANKS I .tate this means'.of expressing my appreciation to the Home 'Guard and Under the the technical j men of Lethbridge, and the'men-who education branch. 61 the department (ijye in the vicinity-of my home, for turning out and saving jny.crop from fire on Sunday last. It-would cer tainly have been burned action had uot been taken. I thank everybody. W. B. HATFIEILD. .of education, nigK in hrst aid 'and ambulance work', home nursing, and in coa! raining may be establish- ed Here this: winter, i! the necessary arrangements..can be'.maile with the local Dr. supfc. of technical education, met the school hoards iaformall) yesterday aitcr- noou, and discussed the matter with CHINESE PRESIDENT them Provided there is practically! HAS 21 CHILDREN no expense attached to it, the boards I NOV 4 sixteenth son are prepared to undertake the class-' of yuan Shi Kai was hom es The proposition is that the school tofl The president has now 21 boards, Public and Separate, lurnish cnlWrfm accommodation for the classes, the i __ fees for instructors to be paid by fees and with the grant from the government, which is to be one-quarter of the to- Memorial Service at St. Last night a memorial service in memory, of Miss Edith Cavell, the British nurse, who was executed by j order of. the German governors of Brussels, St. Cyprian's "oariv this week received Church. Over .seventy people j Lord Derby's invitations, to tal amount" spentr Clares in English for the foreign speaking mav also he started Under the above outlined arrange- ment the cost to .the school boards would be practically nothing The SHE SUFFERED 30'YEARS Zam-Buk Cured the in a Few -Months If Mrs Jeffrej, ot 31 French' St, Methuen, had known about', Zam-Buk thirty-three years ago, she would have saved herself just thirty iiuuiiiiiK -i lie f Separate school board would prob-1 years and some months of ably provide accommodation lor one Think or two of ".the .classes, "and the Public school board the" others. ONE OF GERMANY'S SUPER-SUBMARINES CAUGHT SOON AFTER LEAVING PORT Uverppol, Nov. Daily Post publishes a report of the capture of one of Germany's latest super sub marines, 250 carrying, submarine was launched at. Stettin a fortnight: ago.: Tha Post that .within a few hours after leaving her-base she was caught in one of those "traps we have so skfifully .laid-for-.these craft some- where in the German Ocean" years' ago an ulcer appeared on mj ankle, uhich, in spite of treatment, continued to spread almost to my knee I tried remedy after remedj and1 treated by various doctors for over 25 years, but only got tern porary relief1 The pain I suffered day and night was terrible; in fact as I recall those days, I do not see how I was able to stand it1 For years 'I could' hardls walk, and unaWe to leave in addition to torpedo-'tubes, four house _ my guns of fairly large calibre The ankle to my knee and was an open sore "One day I saw an account of a very bad ulcer having 'been cured by ZamBuk While I had become scep- tical of all so-called I lie termined to give Zam Buk a trial 1 applied Zam-Buk freely everyday, I and ttfe sore soon showed signs ot healing The inflammation went iciren -rn BUI IOT the pain was eased, and I was KITCHENER ASKED TO ENLIST tllat thirty years London, Nov. 3, 630 p m i of suffenng was the roaiMo re Marshal Earl Kitchener, the score- COTwy i realized that a complete tended to do homage to the memory. of this brave woman, and the service! was solemnly impressive.. The Rev Canon iMcMiilen, in a short address, .that Nurse Cavell had laid down her life-in .defence of her country and, jadging-'by' her last words ori this earth, -was proud to have the privilege of so and.he cited her life and death as noble examples that every man and woman should he pre- every man'-and woman siiould be pre- pared to jollow, If the need arose. In conclusion, lie .said it was not for us to cry ior -vengeance for the cruel crime committed in the death of-Nurse Cavell, for was it not "'Vengeance is aalth I the.Lord, T will repay." one.of Lord Derby': men of military ago to join the This was disclosed today by Lord Dcrqy, who, while addressing a meeting of middle-aged recruiters said nobody should be surprised if they received an invitation, as one actually had been sent to the minis- ter of war. Leiws Cranbrook Herald The Crinbrook Herald has been leased by R T. formerly of the Rcslna Leader. cure could not be effected and persevered with Zam-Buk 'Fin- ally the terrible sorf Mas quite hr-a' cd I have waited over a year before writing you, but there has been no trace of the ulcer returning" For ulcers, abscesses, eczema, scalp, sores, piles, cold sores, chapped places, baby's sorci, eruptions, cuts, burns, bruises arid ;'all skin injuries- and diseases it equal Sold everywhere, 60c box, ori postpaid from Zam-Buk Co, Toronto, upon receipt of price. Refuse Irnlta- tions More Grain Now Shipped Than Was Raised in 1913 told the mem- bers ol1 the board oi trade at the luncheon today that there h'as already been delivered' to the elevators arid shipped out in cars a quantity .equal to more than half of tho total amount ol grain that was produced In this district in 1913 and we well, aware that not more than 50 per cant, o! out preterit, crop thnUnd. ttmt a 'alfo a put of grain in the farmer's granaries waiting to be -hauled to the market, there is- also a certain amount stack- ed. Altogether the indications are .that the estimate that the 1915 crop would be double that of 1913, will be found to err on the side of being too contervative, and that final figures will th'ow that the crop than dotibW thti year, I AUCTION SALE On Saturday Next, November 6th, at 2.30 o'clock ON THE PREMISES, 1311 Mil AVENUE SOUTH ,FRANK WADDINGTON InMructnl by tht owntr, will Mil by wlthwt imill iiMmbltgr of uMful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and china diners, oak table, oak Morris chain, pile rug 10 oak chiffonier, dresiers, llnolenni, beds, Bprlnirt and nwUran- four burner' gas range, tafty bUKgir, and other items. OfliM 11 iltck ;