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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMpER 21, 1914 THE DAILY HERALfr PAGE Every Woman, Who Wishes Those Charms fef Piirity and Freshness of Complexion, Should Be a Regular User of Fruit Juices in The Form of If You Are Not Satisfied With Your Complexion, Improve It With SINCE the days of Cleopatra, a soft, clean, rosetiijWd sitin his i meant beauty. It does today r yet beautiful conjpiextons are noticeable because of their .rarely: A-sioooth, glowing akin may: be hau by every woman, who .will use.a little, take. the lungs-ahd sl-ill If, therefore, the pores of the skin become clogged, or if theothcr-orgms do not do their work properly, the action of the. is .impeded .and. disfigurement follows. l "Fruit from fruit on bowels, kidneys, liver mid skin. It tones all those .organs, enabling them to. do their work, properly and nt the same time, induces.vigorous skia action, and Ihe pores of the skin. "Fruit-n-tu'es" 13 nature's beauty every woman who takes Fruit a vill find i great improvement not only in her completion', but also in her general health, 50e. a IKKC, 6 for S2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent- postpaid ;oa reccjjJJ. i.''price by Irmt a ti is Limited, Otlom VENTILATION OF' FARM BUILD- Ventilation of Farm Buildings is the title of tt recent bulletin prepared by Jlr. J. H. Grisdale, B. Agr., Director ot riominlon Experimental'. .Farms, arid Mr. -K! a -Archibald, B.A., Do- minion Animal Huabandra-m, and Jq sued Bulletin; Number "78 of the re serieu of the ISiperimental FiT'-m Bulletins.'' This. IB ;an Illustrate ul i ublkution. ot thirty Wo pagOB -mil tr itj oxInuBtHelj ot the subject 0( llltlDD JJjillig the past ten or more iiju h (.xpeitmeutai has been cam d oil at the experimental Farm in Farm Building Ventilation, and the results' of tliese experiments are clearly outlined, and .re- commendations arc set forth, and these only after, most thorough inves- tigation and: repeated trial under every likely Condition or handicap. Tire "bulletin is divided- into three parts: Part'l'-ls entitled Ventilating the Cow .2, Ventilating the Horse Part Ventilating the Piggery. The Rutherford system of yontlla tlorr, which ;is: fully described and il- lustrated in this bulletin, .is.now in operation in.the stables on all Experimental Farms., and Stations from-Princo Edward. Island., to British Columbia Cooies of this bulletin ma; be obtained to the Pub- lications Brancii.-Depnrtraent. of Agri- culture, Ottawa A Remeirkabie Tribute to In February last, Mrs J. P J. Wedge of East Street, SumTerside, P E I wrote to a friend in Toronto and among other things said, "Gm Pills are the greatest of all Kidney remedies anda medicine which a at present doing me a wyrldof good They are worth their weight mgo'd to any sufferer" We asked permission, through a mutual friend, to publish the above extiactand received the following testi- monial to the great cfficacity of Gin Pills. Srainrcrside April 21Ul, 1914 ''Your letter of the 21st, to hand this evening, my permission to hand my letter to Co You have my full permission to do so, and to them I give the" liberty to publish and use my mine if Uie> wish, because Gin have done for my mtfband and myself what no oilier remedy could do I e advised two other parties to use onebeinjifmy Mother, who Ins been i grc-yt -mfferer for npwords of 20 years ami oiic box of Gin Pills cured her so as to enable her to sleep on her left side something she co-ild not do for marry years The doctors told her they could not cure her bu.t ccroU) relieve her by in operation for i Floating Kidney, but on accoant ot her age they did not; thinl- it ndvisible forher to undergo. Upon my advice She toed Qm Pills wluch cnrid her and Tor which she is ever ready to speaL m terms of praise MRS f P.J.WBDGB, Remember, you can TRY Gin Pills BEFORE you buy them. If the urine shows brick dust deposits or is hot and you have iourinate too there is a burning in the bladder or pain in Gm Pills once nnd cure yourself Gm Pilli are sold by oil dealers at 80c a box, 6 for 50 nnd every box carries with itonrspot cash guarinlee of satisfaction or money back Sold in U S. under the nime "OINO" Pills. NATIONAL DRUG CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, TORONTO v SB WSiSELtS HIGHEST PRICES-: FOR RAW 4 FURS [JoHHHALLAM- "DESK S27T TORONIP; GERMAN SOCIALISTS HAVE BEEN UNASLE TO PERSUADE SOCIALISTS OF BEL. GIUM (Correspondent London Dally Stand- ard.J7 Nov. trieadly attiuide of ueriimu Socialists towards the. Kalser'u: aggressive jiollcy is iolns revealed more arid more as time joes on. Already ft Is known that 3orman conveyed their government's peace overturca to now I am In a position to ;lve you nioro puflrculars of their war-like activity. Four leaders ot tho German.Spclhl 1st party recently have been iu Bel- gium to try to. pursuade the Belgium Socialist leaders to entice Belgium vorkinsrmen to settle down quii and with contentment under German occupation. Tho German Socialists did their utmost to convince leaders or the Belgian labor movement with whom they conversed that it be more, 'advantageous for Belgian ivorkingmen to accept German occu- pation and live their normal Jives than to continue to offer any bpppsK tlon. They assured their Belgian com- patriots that the war was .extremely popular among all classes'of-the'pop- ulation of Germany owing to "the un- just aggression of Germany's- aiiem- lee" aiid tu Uie horror by Uie thought that "liberal-minded and cul- tured Germany could Tall 'under Uie yoke .of 'barbarous lUissia." In any case they added, the Tvas nrny well, under1 way and', -iiothihg. could it from ending in a complete triumph for Germany. Therefore, the sooner the Belgian laboring classes accept the inevitable the better Jt would 'be France, said the German'- Socialists, could do nothing to help, and as for England, her army did not count.as a, continental factor. They admitted that in regard to the British fleet it was different, but even the British navy could not and would pre- vent Germany from getting all -the supplies which she needed, Besides, concluded the. .Socialist emissaries from Germany, England was so stupidly scrupulous in respect to the rights ot neutrals, that Ger- many could irlng'in all she wanted under England's hose. When the Belgian Socialists re- proached the the suf- fering inflicted toy German troops on the civilian -population- of Belgium the Socialists from Germany. fended the severe measures, which the German soldiers had been compelled to take to protect themselves from the "treacherous attacks" of Belgian appears heat- ed -discussion ensued "between "the German and Bolgian Germans tried to pursuade the Bel- gians that they had been duped and befooled by'King Alberti'into'.taklng sides in a quarrel with whjclVUie Bel- gian people themselves con- cern whatever. J Again and again they persisted -in their endeavor to shake the resolu- tion of the Belgian la'bor leaders maintain "their attitude'of cold ity to the jnvader.'- intimately the German Socialists departed without having accomplished anything except increase the Belgian SociaUsts oppo sition to German rule iu any forra. Following the visit of the German Socialists to Belgium comes the re port of a speech made'by tiro .-leader the German Socialists in Rhine- land, Heir Huer, who 'declared him- self to be enthusiastically in'favor of waging war to the bitter end; Wants Other Women to Know How She was Finally v Restored to Health. Hammond, Ont I am passing ST through the Change of Lite and for two j j.j constipated, nnd hadweuk, nervous i'o'el- CHURCH SERVICES "ALL RIGHT, COCKY; I'LL HOLD ON BY MY Cheerful Answer of a British Seaman In Water Waiting to be Rescued London. Nov. foundering of the Britieh torpedo the Downs of Deal alter being tor pedocJ by a submarine was witnessed trom the beach. Fortunately the-North Deal gal'iey commandsa "-by John Budd, lay at anchc-r iiear the spot The boatmen, rowed awiftly to the scene 'We. aa'w the said ...Budd, "jumping from the vessel's sjde As we neared the fast disappearing-ves- sel we came .upon ,swarma 'of men struggling'in the sea, heroically ing to support each other 'The men were so thick in the that they grasped out oil's as we dipped them into the sea We rescued so many that o'wn boat was in danger of sinking, 'We called to the men1 that- we could take no more, in but th'ey con- tinued to pour over sides We had about fifty on board One wnom ice told to watt until the next boat came along laugh icgly remarked %hile in the water All right, cocky, I'll hold on by nn eyebrows He drift- ed to another ga..cv, and another Deal boat came along and relieved us of some of our men, 'Suddenly "we heard a ehout. 'and looking -around- saw ,the 'commandel1 of the waving and beckoning to us from the of sicking ship We closer to the sinking gun- boat, and took off some mo're men, and at the captain's request walUd until he took a final look around to see if there were any more left on the" vessel. 'By time we were under water, and we nhd'utsd'to to hurry up. as the Niger haft itiniett over on her side anil VAaMtke'v to go down any moment Thfit brave Captain only just managed to jump l tVuuU guutOitt a lurch nnd sank on her side in eight tatlioms of water." The majority .were nn being; landed at: Norta Peal, and then tnken in amuulancea to Marine Hospital SCIENCE FIRST caUKCK CHRIST, SCIBNTlSTV-Hbom S, Hull Block. Ser- vice Wednesday ev- euiug testimony meeting, S.OO p.m. The reading ...room is-open to every- one .every day from three to five p-m. Everyone is cordially'invited to at- tend. ROMAKl CATHOLIC ST, PATRICK'S A. Kev. P. Mlul High Mass, li a. in. Sunday The doctor who attended rne for a rvMmber of years-did not help mo, but I have been entirely relieved of the tibove symptoms.by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, Bluod Purifier atjd Over -Pills, and g.ve you permission to publish my testimonial." Louis r., Brunswick, Canada. I can highly recommend E. Pinkhsm'a VcgetableCompound to any su'Turing wo- man. I have taken it for female weak- ness and painful menstruation and it cured me. Mrs. DEVERK BAHBOUR, Harvey Bank, New Brunswick, Canada. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotic or harmful drugs, anS to-day holds.the record of being the nioiKt successful remedy for female iila we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials on file in the Pinkham lab- oratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to prove this fact.. Every suffering woman owes 'it to hbrself to ffiyic Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegotoble Compound a trial. If yon ndvico write to Lyfija E. Plnkham Medicine Co. (confl- LjatttMass. Yorr lettevwil] bo.opened, ausiyered by 11 aud lield in slrftt coufldcncc. Evening service 7.30 school 3 p.m. Sermon at each service. CHRISTADEUPHIANS OHIUSTADELPHIANS Meet in the .Moose Hall, Uiginbotham Block, lintraiice 5th sli'cet south anil. 2nd soulli. Wcdiitsdays at 8 p.m. Hihlo class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to commemorate the' Lord's death, and til 7.30 p. :m. (o p'rodaim the glad tidings of tlie Kingdom of God. Sub- ject, "The World's Depression and Its bj Sydney T. Batsford. All. seats free. No collection. .SALVATION ARMY Services are Leio at the Citadel, Fifh 'street, as -fo'Udws: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., prafea meellns, and 7.30, "Salvation iriftfltlng. Week nights: Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led by Bisters; Wednesday. S p.m., Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, 8 p.m., Salvation, meeting. Citadel band ia attendance; Saturday. S p.m., free and baey meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS CmjttCH OF JESUS CHRIST 0? LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corner ot Seventh 'Avc. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sun'ilay sclio'ut 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- come. Bishop Geo. AV. Green, 1016 Second Avu. S. i'honc H93. llUTHEhAN ST. PAUL'S "FIRST LUTHERAN- Corner Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter. Service (Gorman) in the morning at 11 o'clock. '-Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Service (English) in the even- ing gt 7.30r Rehearsal Wednesday ev- ening. .ANGLICAN ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, corner of is'leventh'street and Eighth avenue Rector, Rev. -Canon McMillcn. 'November 21; Matins .and Holy with sermon, at, 3 1 a.m.; Evensong, with, sermon, at 7.30 p.m. Rev. Canon McMillen wilt preach at both 'services. Sunday school, Junipf Boys', Junior :Glrls' and Adult QUIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER Take a glass of Salts before breakfast ]f your Back hurts or Bladder is troubling No man o woman erta meat regularly can make a mistake by flusllinB Uie kidneys occasionally, says wellknown sutnoiiti Meat forms -----_. ______ __...... __....... ......J.....- Bible''classes at 3'p.m. Tomomnv thev" become over-wonwu num of .the.. Sunday school strain get sluggish and fail to filter I year, ;when scholars are promoted to tins waste and poisons from tho blood, I higher classes, and.is un excellent op- then we get sick' Nearls all rheuma Iportimity tbr'nev scholars to join the tlsm headartie, toer trouble nervous Sunday they wiM be Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER In every iastancfi-where you use niiie Ribbon goods you save money. They go further and so cost less than -any other.-' Order a can Blue Ribbon Coflee and Baking-powder whoa in your gro- cers. Tho result is sure to please. Sold with. a money back guarantee. ness dizrfness' sleeplessness and urm nry disorders come from sluggish kid- neys. -Tllo moment you Isel a dull ache in. the kidneys or y.qur back hurts or it the urine is offensive, full of sediment irregular- of passage or at tended''by a sensiition of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces'of Jad Salts from auy phar- macy take i t iblespoonful in a glass 01 before ireil fa-t and in a few-days your kidneys will act fine Tills famous salts is'.made-from the aoid of grapes and lemon juico com btned with llthia and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate kidneys, also to neutralize ths acids :in urine so.it no longer .causes irritation, thus ending bladder weak- Jad Salts is inexpensive" and cannot Jnjnrp ma1 cs cent litbian t r _..... one should take now .and then to keep the. kidneys clean and active and the blood pure, thereby', avoiding serlour kidney complications. Sold by J. D. Hlglnbotham Co Limited .Assessment on Troitar The assessors of Honrico county A" igbttul flr nk which Va, hal e taxed The Har i. tsr weltknown trotter tor the An Easy Way To Stop Head Noises "Good Advice For Those Who Fear Deafness Men and women-who are growing hard of hearing and who exnerience a Rely HaanSins Purest and safest of all ftnd gorraicidal iiiitsquElities, Kamlin'sWizard Oil has been a favorite vrith doctors and'nuraea for over 60 years. Its high quality ingredients hnva ttohadrful power. Jnvaluahlo for rheuma- tism. ECKldi' Btlfl: joints, headache, internal pains etc. AH dnrum ifvoK write ,'HAMLINS WIZARD OIL CO., heartily welcome; ST. 'AUGUST'IN'S CHURCH Cornet' Second Eighth. St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrlght, rector, Matfns Holy Communion ev- ery Sundayrmbrnnig; at 8 a.m. and at the eleven: o'clock .'service on tht first Sunday Dmil- Sunday sctiool 10 a.m. ST? MARY'S, CIlDRCH-ntiv. C. H. Popham, rector- .Holy Communion B a.in'...'ami Choral Eucharist on tht firsfc Sunday, of the? month at eleven o'clock service. Matins, il a.m. Sun- day scnbpl 3 p. m. Evensong ?.80 p. d. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Bightji'street; Rev. J; B; PlckeV pastor.' TJibie school nt 10.30 a.m. 'Services'1 at 11.00 a.m. I and 7.SO m. Christian Endeavor at! 6.30. -BAPTIST ____BAPf CHURCH-3rd atirt-'Sth.Sir.-Preacher, Hev. Da- vid Ross.'11 our Rc- fuce." and adult Bible class, 7.30 p. m.; "Shut FIFTH' H. Elmer 11 a.m. sub-, jcct, between! m. "Aaron's! Sv.r.day school I and Bible'class. sing! at the morning .service. tmcu ui ncnuufa i R0ys' 'ide utuffy feeling of presanre against their drums; accompanied by buzzing, rumbling Sounds in their heads like niter fall ng or stpam eEcaping shourd take prompt and e'featlve measures to stop this trouble HeadnolBCB are al most invariabis tl e forerunners of complete or partial deafness and most deaf people suffe- from them con Btttntly. Sometimes head noises become so distrarttng'and nerve rack ing, with their eejsmg hum the> drho the sufferer almost tiantic jtnd complete nenous breakdown and even violent insanity have been known to result Thanks to a remarkable scientific dlKOvery made recentlv in England It IB now possible to almost lesien tha severltv of these head and in a i ery short time to ind peitHanentlj overcome them With the disappearing ot Uie head noises the heirlng also greatly improves and vsiy frWUentls con bo restored to noimal This Cngliib, Ireatment IB knoivnfas Parmlnt ailil can IK and safely self adminis- tered at home letting druggists la Lethbridge and Vicinity now have It in slioek Get from sotir druggist 1 "annlni (Double Strehsth) and mK I al home with "a Slat of liot and 4 oz of granulated sugar Stir ImtU and then take one tour times a day until the noises disappear end hearing fin proves Parmlnt is usod double strength In this way not only to re J Cv Lf umic the inftammn tlon and swelling In (he Lnstnchian tilbo ,nd thus to 09 tallze thffair pros sari oa the drum but to corri-ct any elceiis ef secretions Iu the middle car it gives are both _____ ___ sclic'61': Senior Sunday. sehoql and Bible; classes. 7.30 p. Continuing -the of special ser- mons announced by. tie pastor., KNO'X" Rev.. Av; H. .Services mo'rfow ji'V 11 a.-.m.iiand'7.80 p, lii. t' Sunday school ,-wt., and a of you will Jnd wake up in the mom- ing free> from aches irt_ the joints And pains the back. Wolfe's Arontilie SchledlB DfiHnappl is unequalled as tonic and In iu banenelal at 2. Other dcnartments and adult Bible class at 3. Chinese class at 4. Full chorus choir at both services. Everyone cordially 'invited. iVpoUTnl.'SrEH J. B. Francis, pastor. Class meeting ni 10 a.m.. Morning, service at. 11 a. m., subject, "Goi tlie Creator." Uhil- drcn's subject, "Johnny Blossom. Men's Own at 4 p. ni. W. A. Buchan- an 'M P speaker at memorial' ser- vice to the late'iord Roberts ;..raale vd'ce choir, J. Miller, soloist, open cession 7 30 evening service, subject, "The Peril of special address to vonng ladies. WESLEY Q. H, pastor; 320 Eleventh street, phone 104; li a. m. Children's topic, "-The Story; of; a I'eaoh." Sermon, "Tlie.Shining Face" fittinz into the evening scries; 3 p.m. Hlble school; p. m.j from the Hie of. out national; hero, Lord Roberts." Morning 'anthem, "When mptnihg-guilds Rompini. Evening antneia, "Gloria" contralto is my PEIMTECOSTAU: PENTECOSTAL' Hall, 5tii Avc., Nqrth; Siimlay; ni 11 a.m. Remembering .tils Lord's, Death. 730 pm. Gospel'.me'otins..- Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer meeting. Everybody Burgmann's Hall. 41S Thirteenth street, North nstembie on OiO Lord's-: Day breaUing oi bread' at -11, a.m. Qospe! preaching at Bible reaning, Wednesday. 7.45 n.n'j.'' Bl-t-E STUDENTS INTERNATIONAL BIBLE STU- DENTS 'ASSOCIATION-Rpom' Staliord Block, Fjfth St. south Ser- i vices every Sunday at Sand i.JO i p. m. Seats frse. ,No collection. STORY'OF DUEL' Wounded Artillery Man TaHs How I German Was Brought Down Paris NTov. Intranstgeant nrints an nccouni'ot an sir. duel Crpra the lips of a wosnded. artillery-pan.. He Bays: -battery .WAS, crossing -an open plain when the liijmnting: ol, plane motor, j was'heard WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CSOOP liROHCHlIIS ASTHMA COUGHS liTAilSI! COIOS 21 ESU873 A Gimple, safe Hnd efTL-ctivc trentmetit-'tToldinl s. Vaporized Crcsolene stops tbeparoxysmc hooplnt: Couch and relieves spasmodic at o'ncs.' It is Q boon tosufferfrs from Asthma. The ilrcarry ing the antiseptic yapor.la; nnkcs breoiliing easy; ootbes the sore throat nd stops the cough, assuring restful nights. lib tinaitulile catheri wiiii ronel cHyceB. Sand tls vosial for descriptive booklet- trj-ing to esca-pB, nut dense smoke sprouts from the steel carcass. dips downward and then sliaes iri a- long volplane toward a neighboring, clover field. ruii toward him the''biplaneClears the clover Held ana ssems to i-iso again. Then it hea'dflrat- into the swamp 'beyond. Flames shoot from the wreck. We: find the occupant, a captain antl sap- per, both burned and mangled. Arnitij. cheers the victorious pilot of which is a w'ell-known "alrniau: uow a sei-geant, .-i .A. poairji. ed my vell-lntoftfffid -comrMs. We Can Bee the tricolor erflbletn- 'Thar golu to jSght Botl mount Suddenly'the rattle ot a (ttiic! I flMr frota the German The monoplane Ulvcs sharply aldeways "'My God she'a hit" cries an of flcsr near me. ft was only a manoeuvre Tilt, rienclramil, ifodslng hiounts to" dehvei" a H big adversary soela vainly to Tbe mora agile uionoplan. ontman oouvres him, els a broadside. "The The Best Reason Why You Should Drinlt Is. Because You Will Like ;