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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914 THE LKTHBUIPGE DAHLY HEUAfji refined faultless In ith tho, every combining the limit of luxury with Hmit of utility, is ;ho Ford Couplet. Like all other Fords, this beautiful car la economical In operation and low In price. 'Don't fall to oee'jt Ford Garage.; VIRTUE BROS. 12323rd AVENUE s.. PHONE 633 FORD COUP6LET IMS Iff Silf OF NINE DAYS' TRENCHES AND ENGLISH GUN WORK EXTRA HEAT, JUST WHEN YOU NEED IT a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater the house you are safeguarded when accidents happen to your heating system. Cold snaps have no terror for youj for the Perfection supplies just the' extra- heat- needed to make bedroom, bathroom and sitting room warm and comfortable. i PERFCTION Perfection heaters are portable, heat quickly and are smokeless and odorless. At hard- ware and furnitijre Look for-ine TriBpEi dealers everywhere. 'trademark in ROYALITE Oil- i. best for THE IMPERIAL OIL CO., Limited Hwbwl Q.eluc fcuUtaw V J Amsterdam The following letter, printed In tho Amsterdam "Handc-ls- from a Gorman soldier, gives Isome Ideu of the fearful hardships tho j troops have to undergo. Apparently i the soldier la 'writing to hla yareata: "I received your welcotce letter. [Best thanks iqr sama. Hut oh, what joy when during the evening a par- cel containing cigarettes came to hand. It wa a real feast day. You can- not imagine one's feelings when one yets a chance to smoke a (jigar, "Now that the armies are approach- Ing one another, there is very Httlo chaucs of receiving parcefa, or, in fact, anything else. Practically every- thing Is sold out here, and articles that we should in normal times re- gard with scorn are now become al- most priceless. "Since my laat letter we have been through dreadful scenes. the fight at X we had In do Gome heavy marc-iiiug, one day in particular over miles. Two and a half hours rest i village, then another 25 mites. A nice littic promemids, eh! At the fin- ish we were complimented by the di- visions! major. Siintley as a Battle Day "It was ones more oa a Sunday when ;i fresh bat lie commenced. On the Saturday we heard heavy and con- tinuous We WCTG not at all sur- prised, i'cr already there had been important fights begun on a, Sunday, and why not again? "Early in the morning wo were, inarching past tlie city of X i Quickly we spread out in single line. Our artillery was puutml on a neigh- boring; height; for a time baero was nothing for us infantry to do. Tho French .'triuitiiy are good marksmen; tiiey. had taken up a splendid posi- tion on an exUnsive and to them well-known parade ground, and imme-, diately opened fire. Our artillery were i for a time unable to find a murk, i "On a hill the French had p'iaced heavy English guns. For a time it i artillery duel. All along the 1 road we saw long rows of wounded, from which we gathered that it was no na'I affair. "The first day "we could do nothing, the shells fell thickly around lollow tlie use of 25 c.nd 6Gc, at all Druggists. (Tata Abbey's VITA Tnblatc for SickNzrves) 4 BY J. D. H1GINBOTHAM CO., LIMITED. OUR CHRISTMAS BANFF DELEGATE REGISTERS COMPLAINT AT UNEMPLOYED CONFERENCE AT CAhGARY IN HEART OF CITY SEATTLE "TwflUe Stories of Solid Comfort" In tlie centre of anil stores both sides, fluildinir cboln Lely s ttei and marble. EOROJPEAH PLAN-SI per With per day cp CLOSE SENATORIAL CONTESTS _________ j _______ t Washington, Nov. It will take of tres. us. Oif the following night we moved clal canvasses to decide several U. S upwards, getting nearer to but Senatorial results. In Wisconsin the on Septem-fler 1 we had to retire over Democratic candidate is now leading by I use than 2000 -votes. In Nevada.. Calgary, Nov. the pass- jg oi a -resolutions very little' was accomplished at Uio conference ieid liete yesterday between the reu- leseukitives of the labor interests, I the cltds oi Alberta and the Provin-j ;ial and Dominion governments yes- j aitcruoou. Senator j vho was present in the ai'Un.oon, iiutuliarded with questions as to vliat Ottawa would do. lit said the Uuatiou had h-tin and vliile the government certainly did ot feel responsible for conditions ,hich might exist hi various munici-j alities it. would give support to any ctions which might he decided on.' President Manioeh oi the Let-b- ridge Board of Trade, brought up ;e matter of constructing an irriga- ion system throughout the southern, ry belt in the form of a resolution, t tnator Loughecd, however, ut that such a scheme would require arlianiEntary sanction and it would months to get this. The reso- ticti, however, was carric'ii. A3IJ2RIUAN UOAL Delegate Wheat ley, representing the miners, got" a resolution passed call-j ing 011 the government ut Ottawa to f investigate the importation oE .Vm-! crican coal into Alberta and Western! .Canada, which robbing the local mines of tiicrr market. j Itesolutions callrag lor the provi- sion of shelter houses by cities, for' the creation oi government nlieij funds and (or the cutting of railway f ties oft crown timber lands were J passed. The question of getting more people oil the land also came in [or! discussion, and Hon. C. R. Mitchell said the provino? establish eaus for this purpose sfc farming cen- Have a charm1 and daintiness you will fit is these and which give to our Greeting Cards (he individ- unljly and welcomeness yon most desire. At the present lime our selection is practically unbroken, and a most pleasing one: from which to make your choice, whether you have in mind a ami which is prettily embossed, printed. in colors, or plain, will] the exception of a raised initial ot' monogram. gll To avoid all possibility of disappointment, as well as the rush of later Christmas gift buy- ing, we.suggest choose now (he card which you wish to carry your Christmas message- of good- will and cheer. THAT WILY GEKMAN CRUISEK EMDEtf Honestly ifiade, using only the purest ral raostcoaUy materials. ConS on nooranm, chloroform or other itatrer- I ilment. PUBLIC BUILDINGS MINED Only Spark Necessary to Blow Them Up, Says Maeterlinck Paris, Nov. Maeterlinck, Writing In 'Le says the Ger- mans will destroy Brussels, Antwerp. THE BOER WAR EMPRESS TONIGHT Gfeeafc aad Brugea, when forced to re- treat to the Rhine. .learned from un- the City Hall an.d the Cathed- ral of Brussels have been mined and I that only a spark la needed to wrec impeaehable authority that the Gran these beautiful masterpieces, "There'Js bnly one way the AlJje can prevent "this threatened destruc tion, and that Is to warn the Kaise that if Brussels Is destroyed Berlin will be razed, Hamburg will disaj pear. If Antwerp la devastated, Nu- !mburs will be the guarantee. Bruges Is destroyed Munich will to low. "The -warning must issue immediate ly, for the" danger is imminent.'' mi.'e. Blown Down, But Not Plown Up "The second day I 'was ordered with eight men to go through a wood to the other wing of the army. We had :roceeded about 300 yards when a ail of shell fel'l around us. To go back was impossible. Forward with all speed! On the rigutqf us was a vil- lage. We made for it as fast as we could. Suddenly, with a crash, 1 was hurled about ten yards against a tree. I had been forced forward by atmos- pheric prgEBure of a passing shelf. Ly- ing on tfle ground, I awaited the burst- ing of the shell, but happily it dJd not exDlode. "After a while I picked feeling terribly shaken, fouad my he! met aoout 30 paces off, and "made the, best of my way forward. I was ing- tho village vrbea it recommenced, but time with, a variatlbn-rrfor machine guns chipped in. 'A major doctor ordered me to as sist hirn in removing wounded out of firlng-iine. (Poor fellow, be has pass- ed over to the majority.) .He had pro- mised to recommend me for the Iron Cross, But, there! we cannot all re- turn home decorated. I to do my duty, notwithstanding. About 4am I got back to my com pany. The third day was the hardest We were ordered to carry Frentih po- sition by storm. 'Not One Came Out Alive" the falling darkness the firing ceased. The cairn before fifce storm! At 4 o'clock the lighting was at hardest At 9 o'clock the position TV ours. All breathed again. We-ha however, lost heavily. in the fir French trench all 'ile sleeping .th sleep of. DBS o alive. 'The fourth day was given over pursuit In the evening the hod guard 'was sent to the rear. We we terribly cut up. We marchelover th long battlefield. Everywhere i< ss than a h Thomas. untier 1000. 'vhjle in Color- lias a load a{ An. .Easy Vf ay To Stop Head Noises Good Atfvice For jfiose Who Fear .Men arid women Jwho, are growing hard of hearing and who erc-erionce a stuffy feeling of pressure against their ear :drutns, accompanied by buzzing, rqnbjlng sounds in their heads like or steam'escaping should prompt and effective measures to trouble. Headnols-ea ave al- most invariably foreruanars of complete or partial deafness and most deaf people suffer from them con- stantly. Sometimes these head noise's become so distracting and nerve rack- ing, their never ceasing "hum" they (Ime tlje sufferer almost frantic and complete nervous breakdown and even violent insanity have been known i to result. Thanks to a remarkable scientific and destruction. r two ve marched to tl rear Altogether we w-ere in the figi line for nine days. 'The weather is terribier-rainlr day and night Fiva days we lay i the trenches now we are Slaving bit of a rest Todiy js Q. holiday fo us (-with cigars) We are waiting th attack from enemy, 'An aeroplane .has already mad flights oter us dropping (an, eesstiilly) lioflibs Yesterdav one fe right in the centre of a rcgnuenta band, IriUing1 five of tho players am wounding two. Also a train was wreck '.6, five men and 27 iborses killed, THB LATEST RUSSIAN VICTORY capture of Lodz located on the map, by Russian cavalry, will Imperil the retreat of the German army from Warsaw, which, On account of recent defeats full back on discovery made recently in England it now possible to almost instantly lessen tho severity of these head noises and in a very: short time to completely and permanently overcome them. With the disappearing of the head nois-es, the hearing also greatly improves and very frequently can be restored to normal. This English treatment is known as Parmint 'and can-be easily and safely adminis- tered .at home. Leading druggists in m btock Get from your druggist 1 oz. Parmint {Dottble 'Strength) and mix home with 14 -pint of hot water and 4 oz. of granulated siigar. Stir until dissolved and then take one taiblcspoonful four times a day 'until the noises disappear and hearing im- proves. Parmint is used double strength in this way not only to re- duce, by tonic action, ths iijfJamwia- ;jon and swelling in "the Eustachian tube and thus to equalize the air pres- sure on the drum but to correct any eseess of secretions ,in the middle ear and the results it gives are both re- markably quick andl effective. THEY MURDER Men Who prink Or use drugs, wpmen and in- occrtt children, who act up- n the false and pernicious cfaim that he serious diseased condition of al- ofiolic oi narcotic drug poisoning Is ONLY A vicious HABIT." fii suwrort of says 10 Hon. J. E. Bruce; "I call attention b the declaration of the. world's icatest scientists and alienists that ALCOHOL IS.A POISON' and file act that the medical and scientific Istory and experience of the world roves that when taken, nnd retained the system U creates and causes a ISEAGF.D CONDITION." Do your duty to self, relative, or lend. Send .for the Home -eatment, if only a modernte case, If more severe spend a few days any .Nea] Institute. The-A'ea] Three ay Treatment will eliminate the alson from your system, create a athlng for liquor or drugs and ro- ore you to a normal mental and ysk-iil condition; For full jnfohna- or address the "j, 820 13th Aie West, Caltary Editor pf The Herald: am enclosing hp.rev.'ith a re- solution which was passed at a meet- ing of the farmers of the Barons dis- trict. -Mr. Quinscy, our delegate, who to present it at the Irrigation meeting at Iron Springs, was unable ;o go on .account of sickness, MO noth- ug has been done it, As you have taken, 'quite a leading in advocating an irrigation sya tern for this district, and have been a medium through which those in favor of it have expressed them- selves, we hope you will also he kind enough to give space ;iu you papar to those who are opposed to it, and have in meeting expressed themselves through the resolution: enclosed. Won't you kindly put this resolution in you paper, with a statement of the facts as to why It was not presented at thp Iron Springs meeting. As through your paper we have learned that the farmers of the Barons district want irrigation, won't you please tell us who they, are? We, vrh.o live here, are unable to learn of those who favor it? -Maybe, t'hey. only Jive in the vivid imagination, of some' re porter. If you want to learn the truth about irrlsaUoaln this country, you can do so by reading the Farmers' Tribune of Garlstjidt, Aita. Very truly yours, H. RE3NKENBTIGER, Barons, Alta., Nov.-g, 1914 Copy of Resolution "Be it .regblved "that we, farm ers at Burons district, ;in mass meeting assembled under fche auscices o rigatiou meeting to .-he held Octobe 28, 1914, at'Iron Springs, to'vote against anv prooosition having for its object tha putting in of an irrigation system in this part of the country and for the following- reasons "Because.after a trial of seven years in the Gleloaen Stratomore dig tncts it has proven a failure( and i would, therefore, seem unVise for us to lend our support to such an under taWn? "Because soil and climatic condi Which baa done greater damage to tho commerce of the Allies than all tho rest of the Gennaa fleet. Tho E-mden operates in the Pacific heard from in one I ititude one aay and a far distant latitude thg nest Ijhe is credited nth sinb'ng several British meichantmen near India, One day latelv she slipped into the harbor of Straits British sunk a Russian cruiser and a French destroyer, with con- siderable loss of life It Ja said she flew the Japanese flag at the Ume and carried a dummv smokestack to change her appearance tlons here cannot be much Jlfferen thau in the aforesaid districts, and i: the farmers there, wiho were experi enced Irrigators before coming to this country were unable to make a. sue cess of Irrigation, it is not likely that we, who not had any experience, would be able to do HO "Because of the likelihood of. prov ing a failure in our cbmmumts also, it would be useless to incur an obliga- tion for years to come, wdich would ho ah additional- burden to those we already have to bear. "Because of the present money jt ivoiild Appear unwise EO ask the Dominion, government to start an cpsting millions of dollars, which, based on the best evidence we can .obtain in this coun- try, would In aW probability, be of no benefit to us uhen completed _ "In substantiation of the statements above made, we would respectfully ref r sou to the chairman Combined Irrigation and Publicity committee at Glelchon or Cailstadt, Alta, an organ izatton represpntlng some 260 farmers H Allen, president, John A Lund secretary "TJile Is to certify that Mr J oiiin. y Is authorized deltarnstp to represent is above meetiasTt Iroi SpriBM John A liUilll, Secretary." CHAMBERLAIN'S toiidon, Nov ESTATE 111 of Joseph year fioju a trust ftnd of Why Smith Succeeded He vas on the job alert and euergetii.. Mental ability and pliysical activity made him sliine in liis'old job and brought promotion. Smith took <5are of himself. Right theie is the keynote ot one must be mentally and physically fit. A good start i? lo avoid the heavy, greasy foods that cause indigestion and lundred ills, and use a vbolesome, building food as Grape-Nuts Tins healthful, appetizing food is made of selected wheat and- malted barley. It contains those vital min- eral saltsj so necessary to health, that are often lacking in the cvery-day djett The partial malting 6f the barley, with the hog baking (about 20 makes Grape.Nufc a food digests, easily and quickly. There'. Cimwlmn Poslujn Windsor, Ont, ;