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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta :j wkdnksday, novemmw tnts Till: LKTIUJMinGl-". MAIM vcii.M.n p vgk seven URDERED THE ! ONLY MEDICINE MONTREAL IS CANVASSER FOR i MADE FROM FRUIT OVER THE TOP t'.ilgiir.v. Nov. 12- At 10..10 on Monday ulfrht. Tip Illalno, n harbor from Drumhellcr was Hhot and killed Instantly by Albert Arnold, a naturalized {> mill's from Priinihcllnr. Arnold Is paid to !>u an ex-lieutenant of die Herman army, and la now undor Tint hIiooIIiik look place, at Albert Arnold'h farm, which was visited by Hlalne. accompanied by five oilier resident* of Drumhellor. who were canvas'Iiir tbn district for purchasers of Vletory llomU. I'lion arrival at the Arnold place. | *itler dark, the parly knocked at the > dour, and rnctdvliiK no answer knock- I I'd again, and still no answer bnltiR j made, openod the door, and opculiiK ' an Inner door, iUroiiifli which they j wont to Arnold'H bud room. Hlalno 1 leadline. baviiiK the I'tilon .lack j draped over hl� breast. Suddenly a! pliol. win fired and lllalno fell, thui shot being followed by three moio, whereupon the crowd fled ' After waiting about five minutes. .Heelo went back and asked If In; eoiilil Kef the body .>f lllolne- a reply ; came in the negative. Steele asked ! when they could have it. The an-, '.ncr came b.ii'k. In five minute?; j Just at> "ixiii ns he, Arnold, had : droned. After waltllif; a ionsidorabte time, i tue men went back and. to make nitre-that the killer no lowvr in 111"' house, they threw rocks thrniiKli a window. ItcllcvliiR Arnold to le-none, tliev went in and found lllainu dead. Th.-y all returned to IlrtiinhclVr and reported tin- rn�e to the provlti- Clill police, and lleter-tlve Gcorfto Me- Donald and t'on1 -table A V STinto ' �t once left in a police motor for the scene of the killing, wh'-re thry found til" botlv of Mlaine, lint no truce of Arnold. Next tiiorniui: Servant Slteltnn. havliux iirtivoil from 1 irtttnlieller. he ant McDonald traced Arnold to Helia where he had already reported to J. p M.icbctli. .1 P, lJiat he had �!io; a man who entered his. house nfter dark Arnoli] wim found by tlin police In n Chine'" reitaurtint at Hella and brought to I�rnm!i�ller toluv Extraordinary Success which "Fruit-a-tlm" Has Achieved Odb reason why "Kruit-m-tives" is so extraordinarily successful in giving relief to those cullcring with Constipation, Torpid I.iver, Indices-lion. Chronic Headaches, Neuralgia, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, /iheumalism, Pain in the Back,' /interna and other Skin Affections, is, because It is the only medicine in the ^rorhl made from fruit juices. It is composed of the, mediciaal principles found in apples, oranges, figs and prunes, together with the tiervn tonics unA antiseptics of proven repute. 50c. a hoi, 0 for f 2.60, trial site '-V>c. At all dealers or sent postpaid l>y l'niil-a-livc.* Limited, Ottawa. Prc-Dreudnuught "Schlesicn" of 1.!()()() Tons, Which Didn't Join Revolution Amsterdam. Nov. 12.-The Herman Ir.titling ship Schlesicn ha* hci lor-P"-loei| by revolutionary warship:', according to the \Wser Xeltttiig of lire-men. The Nclilcs!"!!. a pre-dreadnaiiEht. battleship, but now iiHi'd as ;. training j ship, was reported earlier In the week to have (led from Kiel when tile "ail-j art revolt broke out. The vessel arrived at Maritel. :i tmiall Danish port, in the llaltlc. where It took on some fiipplleii It wim reported that twoi Hi rman .; .;. .;, : > : > : HYMNAL > (Summary Kits Contents, by > ? llev. j. McCartney Wll : : son. Minister of : > Knox Church. : >>ar" to the |n-iipl� of (roi.iti' to reply to ihn .itip^tl fri.ttt ('haticeCur Kturc !(� promlM'd to aid (i-rmatty In tit" mat ter of food nu;.f llei itini uii> Sein-Jary I.aitnlng throt/i;h >IJ�i->l��r Sul:�r of Svit�et ,'and, who iliHV'-fil >,~terdav Khcit's rei|i)i't>t for i:i'�r�i-iiilnn by the pri'*! di'iit lo u;lt�Ea'- tb" "(earful e tn.iinta!ii.i| m tier many end that tin 5f\ history ot any Wf/ i I SM t\\ e."Jntry. Motbt-r-, Wd y\ W \W wive* ural Hi^tera BnpjKirt thus burden rt i u wil" "trt"Kth and 1 J\r\fortit ude. Uut ___^ZJr tJiuw who arc ttl-f� ready miserable t�j? from tho com-plumt.i and weak-ttmns which are bo ruinmon to woman, 1 ahould take- the right t�nperaiu� tonic for t- the womanly aystwn. .  i It a woiiiau U borne down by pain |�nd Bufferingc, by riervousnet.1 of ditzy �0tieUt), by heauacne or huckuclie, "Favorite J'reacription" thould be takeji It can -pow l�: bad in tablet form on well as liquid lit most drug sUirfti. Send to Dr. i'icrce'a . Uranch at HridgeburK, Out., for a 10c ''��trial pkff. of tablets. For fifty yearn Dr. Pierre's Pleasant jil'elleta have been mo.-;t aati-sfactory iu liver and bomtl tfoublea. �W�', Out - "nr. J'lt-rre* favorite I're-ftcTiiaion lllJ4di: u WW weii.aa r.t n,.,. Fur ttl'otit fcia >t.-iira 1 �uf-I�.t�hI Willi wuuuh'j trouble illlriuit wiut-ti loi.y J tjii-i.ijit jilt ruu-li.mi:, %itiW Bli.l In-fv-m. 1 W'>uid iiuse tf.'\ire l)i^Lia^lM,^ mid |.uin� in luy ftiiio 1 iti clou-it witti tl." Wr bul diii not inred of tuy ailment Mud vvaj &u b&d ti>*t I could *rsrr(-ly wulk ui-rtid* ttu- rt'jcl- �ln-a 1 KM t^kilii tli* 'Prijacrrpiiuji.' IVheu J ftwi u two bciltttM I murb iiuprov�d �nd fmir -tttet vurniilctuly cured in*-, aud 1 have enjoy^it ttfr hoaltll llr^ll I �vcr did brforb takiuK (Ku �-iticiue. It i* truly a wouderful in�diriue lut' uu.vi4."-ttv^t Mult***, t Jltt'i M. > * : NOVEMBER 10th. 11th > : -MEMORABLE DAYS * > FOR GERMANY * : * >>�>*�>�� greal man whtme life and labor* are t-o ititupletely linked with the literature, the religion, tha ediicatlon. th� prosperity yet. even lh� political btitory of Kurope." tint mw l!>i> iiglit of day in S:tvony. nml now. on tie- nun!-veranry of bis birth and tin* eve prints illr ex-afle,- ol hi:: out a There Is never, ami there can never; lie," nn end to tlx; making of new j hymn books, so long as churches "N-ist at:d meet for worship. People some-j times ask: Why should be trouble to get new hymn nooks'.' What is wrong with the old one:'.' Why should we he expected to change our beloved limes, give up old li> mil:., and ,u ' to the Is u mere bagatelle. The prlnle tile book, and expectcl to tnaki peuse-i otf tue sab1 of It. even giving the i hurt the book A.i to the expen-e Involved ,n the pun base of a new l� ok In the mum lets u! congregations. one j'.nd- u har.l lo speak with patience. There ure -o many jieople who will do almost an>thing rather tlum pay down gotal money for a book. They w'.l; spend as much In a few days on such aititles as newspapers and tobacco ;m would buy a hymn book, and never fee; it; but to buy a book outrage-, their sense of decency beyond measure In any case, a hymn book, well used, should last u man about five years; so If he pays a dollar and a quarter for bis book, his church music is costing him about a quarter a year; and yet he will grouch for months about the expense A few words may be said to shoa the differences between the new book aud the one now In use In th old book there wcie two pats: 1'urt 1 contained extracts from the Metrical Psalter, and Part -' | was composed of hymns. In the new I hook the metrical Psalms still occupy the first place; but the division into jtwo sections has disappeared, uini the .numbering is consecutive from the be j ginning to the end of I lie book. Where I an in the present hook there are \T-' selections from the metrical Psalms, in the new book there will be l;'.4, al j though the. number of Psalms reprc-seiited Is the same, ninety-five. In tin | Hymn Section there are till I In the new hook, us compared with 021 In J the old. an increase of 7a After a busty run over, the writer finds that in the Hymn Section about ^mi hymns rep lesent new matter; whilst front the. old book about leii hymns have been otnitlei',. This calculation is made without reckoning the Psalm sele3) by KebU, and othrit'H. On looking uv�r the hundred umtfc- .A MADE IN A.CAN ADA OF THE Unit very little regret their iliRiippearatK e. really pood hymns !t,-u liectitisc the (Inn'' it takeri them to its heat' : !uu;-t p.'iit, they represent id ,n ct. It is �.o tlif new b>iim !,.. r,, Itirilii with the :!s�|ie->l .ti'-'. . 1 ji�.11o11 in an iftit 1" \'-�� mav lie noted that !'.> inn - that wre onn'' '- ' .>".i �*i�-ji.'esent edit ion now lit! ! �" 'li,. ni\v one a weleotti" place. .Mm; - ,:] .;;,,. :, doll" lo I'llttrle. We-1'" !�; ' i � in-"(.lion of the hyiniis "\ In Keep I Have." "Hall. Ill" It.,- ' i... e -llltll ltise," ;i,(| "Ve S", . i;r ,,. (;.,-1. your Ma-.ter Proclaim." U  ti-.i v el. eoni" .Montgomery's !.ip v.eir head:', ve Kates (if lit.i- .'.In, h .1' iilli e viri(I|e.'ll("( Its ill-.'* i pi,ire ; a-' also does John W> 1 t.-.msiat. ' 1 . * - * . i . f. 'i J.-P at I AO IT"!'- i.i le'Ver i ;..!� tji" tliar 'iotl "Tll'-e Mill I loye. In.V :.ttell|'th and Haver" The liymnt' of th" in- i"nt ihui'ii ii,1 vi now the> du" phn-e ' ill iii" hiinl, . t1"' T.- I >"tim and 'h" t'antii |e.. shun; .v*Mi ani leir hviims, ti � It as "it,iil. r.ladiletn,!'! i'i'.hl" an I " i ntii". O i onie. luimaiiuel" hive 1m;k; dwelt ill til" heart-; nf l"a;irti; a'sl shntliii snon win the ;ili"rt hin- of ADD Hel-ase.l Nov Jul den T tii" I'ati'iilliin Preslivteri-m ('hiiri'li Tin' .^loi'i'lioti! " ot i:iri:li-;|i iioelry ll.. l'. l-ll liet'll itv.tWII ll[illll far more eopiouslv ths.n before. Tennyson  r.ivei u  �Strong Sen of God." uml "Sim and Kvetiiuc St.u." Ki|ilini:. "'i'll" Uet e-.siolllll." ''ll! i-'t i.lll.'l ltl)-i-ettj , has ;�o pie'-e;. "None tllliei" Natil"" i and that  liarmln^ "arol I'le- Sliep-' herd'-* had an .\ii�;�!. 'le w "� i men had a ��'�r". 1 'harles j Isim.'-'l"vhymn fm- 'to^pitals. '1'roni Thee all � U11! and ierir, llow" i-i also verv welcome; wo not- and ipii ne also NevvmatiV Priiine 'o Holiest in :!!�� ii"h',l;', .". Scott's "When Nrael. oi tii'" Lord tie!. i'.t'I." and Herbert's (piaint 'I'lnov. ;i;i.i: lot tod" Ainonir AmerP :.:i names we ! "I'OKIllf." tilOS" of Kllli.tU our soldiers in civil life alone will take many millions. Canada's Victory Loan, 1918, will provide ii.. necessary working capital. Therefore, Canada's Victory Loan, 1918 must be a great over-subscribed success. Our part, then, is to buy bonds and complete our great victory. Buy Victory Bonds Today! f \ D971B ;