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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta * V -V ,Siifcr.MOO aii tear.... J'OO TILVHONIC 1252 1224 tWBce .�.......' OBc�.......... Buchanan John Torrance Director Buslneee Manager la*lnB jllfo^r aTing axid Country Need \C4vbu,!d be allowed to reach i'the seaunmblested. p;';'ftvasian 'reports deny a Russian de-; feat fcy the Germans, in Galicia, claiming they still hold the enemy's sids tor the Styr.  . fefcrl .Kitchener is in conference in  the Jtfear Bast with the commander of ,^the Egyptian forces, presumably with l^tWerwce ? to defence from possible 'invaders. . .Premier Ascjuith has made tbe state-A meat that he believes conscription .^^Hynevei^fc-e necessary in England. .. Lord Fisher has declined to enter a ^ /controversy in Parliament with win-v stotf CnuKhill. M LOOKING FOR, A JOB B >&MK OF ITS FAVORITES f,.- The Toronto Telegram says Can-fi ada's moat - urgent need is a minister !-afanunttions. So far it has modestly thesiUted making a suggestion of a ^man; for the lob, but we presume its ^jfleliiof candidates %confined to Joe Martin, Bob nM|�a affair, but :not whoUy. During iail this'time when criticism was pour-pVl*%-,uiMi his head, and when he lost pJUl* Admiralty office in: the CoaliUon fa^arpnent, ChurchUi did not whtm-/J^'^He kept hia peace, and now .-�niir->noiitna he speaks and . his ^ri%naf - now the prats and critics are .-"'a^mojttng.. ,to shatter a great many f n^utattona, but as tbe war progresses -}'ll||ht(a|�]r be thrown upon events to /^rove'jttet men whom we criticise and ^aune^gre not responsible at all, as is ;>.'r-1arfely* the case with Winston Church- ^m- � -\ > , �  i Churchill is a brilliant man and he [trWlI go far in Britain-yet He is a ^ood soldier, as well as a statesman -;''aad -Uke-'a:true Britlt-her,"he is, KOing |^ to'Join the fighting ranks when he 1 vleeUbto services are no longer re-:lo.i(|red at some. The nation will nev-'.er.v.'forget Churchill's preparedness ^^oiloy with the navy.. The efficiency 5�i|tbja fleet' and ita readiness for ser-Svl� when war w�� declared are largely. If not wholly, due to the foresight frf-tho then brilliant young First Lord Admiralty. Of, the MONT; Had CaJsary UTHMIDttE THE LOCATION' the interior storage elevator located' at Lethbrldge instead of the present grain congestion Aiberta would have been |m^ded.f From,f'all stand :""^e political, LetbforMge tionf This city is ifioB'of Alberta, and to put a storage 'th>ee^|�|r�y#go:-:.t�^-Now the |dr:--V�asons Jejct^nly not mp aa.;far .as the raat ^g?rherta''!::ar#' concerned. M^NMlUY/NOVEMBWtl^^ MORE "MILITAKy NECESSITY" Cartoon fro'm New York World FOR THE BTJSY MAN Dr. "Lewis Hunt, a Nova Scotian who has resided in England for many years, but still a constant visitor to the Maritime Provinces; has been elected ,aiay6r of Richmond-on- Thames;- ..... �.....'* � �.. \ rr , , rV.r Stratford will vote on local option at the January elections. Kelson Presbyterians voted in iavor of church union. _ r- Dr. \V. D. Cowan is a mayoralty candidate in Kcgina. Mayor Balfour is retiring. ] Billy Sunday, the evangelist, will open the campaign for a" "dry"1 On-j tario in Toronto. - Robt. McGregor, an old time resident of Nelson, B. C, died, in ;Vancouver. . � \. � .'. Pembroke, Ont., will rai.v $60,000 for the Patriotic and ited Cross Funds. James Noller, a resident of North York for over 80 years, is dead at Newmarket. - /-^ - - - � Dr. Thompson M.P. says the Yukon has become a producer of silver. Copper and antimony - will' also be developed. Wm. Horncll, a well-to-do farmer living near St. Thomas, hanged himself yesterday. ' - t Mark- Vasey-, postmaster., at 'Victoria Harbor, died suddenly. He was',-78' years old. Brandon Conservatives will tun Aid. Bourke for the Dominion house to succeed Sir Jas. Aikins. Cecil H. Robinson, town clerk of Walkerville, is dead. He was 77 years old. Thos.B. Chalk, cx-mayor of Port Hope, has been appointed license inspector for East Durham. John A. McVannel, a proiessor in Columbia university, died at St. Mary's, Ont. . Geo. Dean, of Oakwood, has bezn appointed manager of the Bank of Montreal at Feneleon Falls. The County Council of Wentworth lias agreed to contribute $48,000, at the rate of $4,000 per month, to the Canadian'.Patriotic Fund. The Presbyterian Synod of Manitoba, has renominated*Rev. Dr. - A. B. Baird, of Winnipeg, for moderator of the general assembly. Francis McManus, in his hundred and third year, died at his residence in Maitland, five miles east of Brock-ville. THIS YOU? whose salary has not been reduced^ (jive JiljeriilJy then. The men in the trenches have no luxuries. Dispense with some-of yours, and add to the Fund. whose salary haa been reduced! Out out that daily cigar, weekly theatre visit, and give what you can. You A Woman- on usual allowance? .Forget a bom ilia1: new coat or furs and "do vour�bit," Are You A Woman- on reduced allowance! Surely you can save a street car fare here-and there, or a nickel at a bar-u-ain counter. Think of the tear-stained faces of women and children who waved "Good bye" when." �the boys in khaki boarded the"troop train for the trenches. Every dollar you give will add a little comfort to the lonely wife of him who is giving un EVERYTHING FOR HIS COUNTRY Lethbridge Patriotic Fund Campaign Is Now On! /rf Seal ^Brand Coffee Recognized in all professions and walks of life* as the leading coffee in the best grocery stores of Canada* In '/iu 1' and 2 pound cans. Whole-ground-pulverized- aba Fine Ground for Percolators. CHASE ft SANBORN; MONTREAL 162 William Bissctt Smith, general manager, of the Dominion Transport Company, Montreal, died in his 87th year. Mr. X. T. Marechal, K.C, of Montreal, was sworn in, as a puisne judge Of the Superior Court of the Province of Quebec. Tiie death . occurred receutlr at London of Mrs. Sarah A. Saunders, widow ot Dr. Win. Saunders, C.M.O., of Ottawa. She was in her 80th year.  The Presbyterian congregations of Keeiie and Westwood have extended a unanimous invitation to F.ev. R. JicEachrcn of Oweh Sound. It is understood that Col. Senator Mason of Toronto is in prospect of being given the rank of Brigadier-General. A verdict of not guilty, owing to insanity, was returned by a Belleville jury in the case of Lena Ban-ford, a married woman, charged with attempting to. drown her child. Hm.'.Horual, farmer, of Kintyre, was found dead in his barn, having committed suicide by hanging owing it is believed to despondency over ill-health. Peter Anderson, while visiting at Moulinette, near Cornwall, slipped under the wheels of a Gr. T. R. train when attempting to board it and was fatally injured. '[ Prof. Reynolds, A. G. Galbraith, and W. Southworth, of the Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph, have taken positions with the Manitoba Agricultural College.  Rev. S. A. Seiwyn will lesome vicar of the Church'of the Messiah, Toronto. For the past seven and a half years he has been vicar of Sher-upurne Abbey, Dorset, England. . Andrew Scott, while threshing on the Johnston farm near Brigden, fifth concession, Moore Township, had his arm torn .off when it was caught in -ihe drive belt; A sentence of three years in Kingston penitentiary was imposed on Howard Glover,' the North Norwich young man who pleaded guilty in ! Woodstock police court to stealing T. ] L.; Hay's aulo; j Harry Rush, manager of the Do- i .minion Bank, Windsor, for the past ' five years, has left to assume the j management of one of the Toronto -branches of the bank. He is succeeded in Windsor by E. S. Anderson, late manager of the St. Thomas branch. /fit**** t 1 i ' ...... Among the first volunteets for the new Lincoln and Welland Battalion' is � Keeve Hamilton Fleming of North: Grimsby.:-� � .��.:,-�' T. J^tewart,  MiR-,, of Hamilton, is of 4he olpiKion that the Steel Com-) pany iH Canada^ the "Hamilton con-1' cern. i�ill get two-thirds of the new $28i00ir,000 order lor shells. ' , f. According ^^its'ho*pulation and in' cbinplirison Avitli other cities of simr ilar slie St. Thomas has too many licensed places, Chairman Flavelle ot the Ontario License Board declared. Miss;Jessie Wilton,, a Canadian-born,-find raised in Dutton, Ont., and a graduate nurse of Roosevelt Hospital,'New Vork, has joined the Red Cross Ambulance Corps and has left for France. A committee .has been appointed at Hamilton to consider Mr. C. W. Hemihg's proposal that all men between; sixteen and sixty, not sow in military service, be asked to undergo training. Mrs.- A. N. Gray, .wife of the manager of the Hoscdale estates, Ltd., near Bittern Lake, A lta., was found dead- in the chicken house on the ranch. She came from. Tillsonburg, Ont. ' �: Mrs. i Henshaw, of Vancouver,, who is propagating a; movement to * collect Christmas gifts - for soldiers, is shortly/ to be made an honorary captain in the Canadian militia. - She is one of-the few women to be accorded military honors:: Clarice Smith of Toronto, will apply t6 parliament for a divorce from, her husband;;LJames- H.enry-Smith.-P.obert Charles^ Vbudraii, of Preston, Waterloo County, also seeks a divorce from his wife, Ida Voudrau, of Hamilton. - Word has been recsived'at Red Deer from' Mrs. Sandeman in Scotland by letter that she has received word, though' unofficially confirmed, that her soh; Lieut. D. R. Sandeman, of clie 50th battalion, llrst reported us killed, and. then as wounded, is now a prisoner in Germany, In an address on, technical education at Berlin, Dr. James L. Hughes of Toronto,. urged that steps should be taken to induce the Dominion government to make ar� annual grant of $10,000,000 towards the development of manufacturers in Canada. l.ieut.-Col. W. T. Council, who has been with Queen's Stationary Hospital at Cairo, has arrived in England en route to Canada, having been  given leave to return to his duties' at Queen's as professor of. bacteriology and pathology till '; . ,..,'����'"�-.;.,: . :��-�"�;� \+%v- PAtMKsio.v, June 20th, 1914. . "Stommctt Trouble and JHstnssiiir 'Headaches nearly drofe me wild. Some  time ago, I got a box of "P/uit-aitlvos,*' j your famous frnlt medicine, and theyl-j complotely relieved me. To-day I am j foellnf fine and a physician, meetidf | mo on the street, askod the reason wr my improved appearance lsaid,"/�(*' taking FmU-a-tives." He said, "li. Fruit-s-ilves make youJook so well, g� j ahead sod lake them. They art dotty j mortforyvu than T - Mhs. H. S. WILLIAMS. ( SOo. a boxy (1 for $2.50, trisl also 2&sV' Atdoalnrs or sent postpaid by Frui^.'! a-Uvos Limited, Ottawa. � , John Harold, Paris, nominated for. North Brant, to contest that.seat in t the Dominion Houss. at the next geri-: eral elections, has stated to the Llb-; | erals that iiuring the war he would' observe the ipolitical truce to the full-' I e�t measure.; After the war, if North: Brant Liberals still want him to He' a candidate he will accept the offer.-" � Among the officsrs for the 'Amerk can born battalion to be raised ih. Toronto are Major A.-, J;.'B. Clarke"" formerly, of New York, commanding, officer ; Captain \V. L. .Good, formerly of Massachusetts, - adjutant; Captain M. W. Hutt,. formerly, of Massa-, chusetts, quartermaster-; .Captain B.' S. Hiitchcson, formerly of Chicago, medical officer; Rev. Mr. Bullock, formerly of Connecticut, cliaplain ; and Lieutenants F. G. Prince, formerly of Chicago; F. M. P. Potts,' formerly of Washington, D.C. ; I. W. Heat on | formerly of Arkansas ; \V. P. Latimer, formerly of Philadelphia; A. It. And and W. B. Minard, formerly ot Massachusetts, and Lieut. G. Cummins:  i,. OF CANADA A VilBtbie Feature ��;-""'i:>-^t-'^y;,-::'-; Joint Aeeonnl opened with the Union Bank of Canada In the names of two person*, Is that if one dies the family funds are not tied up just when �> they are likely to be most needed. The survivor can withdraw the money without delay -it, formality. Think it over-then open a Joint Account. LETHMIDGK BRANCH . . C. R. TINNING, Manager' QRAMY LAKE BRANCH  H. E. fllANOS, Acting 'Manager- HEAVY MEAT EATERS HAVE SlOW r-IDNEVS Eat Less Meat If You Feel Backachy s Or Have Bladder Trouble No man or woman who eats meat regularly can waka a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which excites the kidneys, they become overworked from the strain, get sluggish and fail to filter the waste and poisons from the bloid, tiien we get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble nervousness, dizziness sleeplessness and urinary f disorders come > from sluggish'kidneys. Tho moment -you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts or if the urine is cloudy offensive, full of sediment,, irregular of passago or attended by a sensation of scalding,, stop eating meat and get about four Ounces of Jud Salts from any pharmacy; take a talblespoonful tin a glass of water before breakfast and m a few'days your kidneys will act ,1luo. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice; combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids In urine so it no longer causes irritation thus ending ibladder weakness. Jad Salts 1b inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful effervescent llthla-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and active and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. HOME FOR CHRISTMAS ALLAN LINE THE POPULAR PIONEER LINE Having the orily Chrictmas and Winter Sailings from Canada FROM 8T. JOHN STEAMER TO X>ec. 4 ...... ____S.S. COR8ICAN ----......Liverpool Dee. 11............... .. .8.8. SCANDINAVIAN .... Liverpool Above are Christmas Sailings. Book Early. Dee. 16.....................8.8. CORINTHIAN .. Havra-Londen D�c. 22 ..... ...............3.6> SICILIAN ...... Havre-London Deo. 28 .____ ..............S.S. PRETORIAN ....._____Liverpool Reduced round trip railway rates In effect Nov. 15 to Dec. 31. from all points wttt. For full information and reservations, apply to any railway or steamship ageht or W. R. ALLAN,. General Northwestern Agent, Winnipeg. CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN Paob Fir CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VKllV LOW ROUND TRIP FARES CALGARY. EDMONTON, Qr�At Britalfn. \ KOOTENAY LDO. AND EAST V�rC�l 0TlMin y IN CONNECTION WITH' ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC LINES Tickets on sale, from November. 15th t?o/.pe-cembcr 31st, 1915, and good ^T , i'or live months. �� '.V THROUGH STANDARD AND TOURIST SLBEriNG ARS .... - . Tickets and full information at all Canadian Paciilc Railway Offices S. B. MITCHELL, Tiekat Agant, Lethbridge. ' V. R. DAWSON, District Rasaenger Agent, Calgary.^ J ;