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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 7, TTIE.LETimRIDflE DAILY.HERALD HOV3C THC JUST A3 DON'T ON MADE IN CANADA E.W.GILLETTGO.LTD TORONTO---ONT. OFFICER IS FOE OF ALCOHOL COLONEL L. M. MAUS DECLARES USE OF LIQUOR SERIOUSLY INJURES SERVICE Oct. L, N. Maua, li. S. A.', medical corps, told the cou- of tbo Association of Military Sjirgeoiig licre icduy that repeated in- vestigation had to revaul a single'benefit use of alcohol. On the contrary, he added, It lessens tfie ability and resistance; army itien In evory line. use of alcholie stimulants, Uo jiJaiiUaliied, had no place In the army or navy, either as a medicine or a nj- Ealement, and ho said that its use eliould by law. what ho said .were tho Important psychological and patholog- ical- effects of. the use of alcohol, Coi iMaus averred that It "has been th oause ot countless unjust courtmart'a sentences against ollkers and men, o 'harsh. and discriin anations in assignments, of hopelesb aspirations and ruined thirl "it causes sickness, impairs health ani Usefulness, .adds greatly to the non efficiency of both officers arid inou adds additional burden and coat to the medical department, deprives the government of otherwise valuable of- ficers and culls tod men and forces them on the retired penHlon list, with, corresponding increase of govern- menial expenditures. ".VIrftially all the crimes In the army can be directly traced to the use of alcohol. Most cf the murders; suicides, robberies, courtma-rtials and dism'issala of'oflicers, duplications of pay accounts, defalcations and pee' lations, prison and guardhouse sen- tences of enlisted men. deserticns1 venereal diseases and Insanity are due to the use of alcoholic beverages." He charged that directly or indirect- ly tho present method of recruiting nnen is responsible for a large, class of tindesirables in thc army who, he said, SIDELIGHTS ON GREAT VICTORIA SOME REMINISCENCES REVEAL- ING-FOHMATIVE DAYS IN MOULDING QUEENLY CHARACTER London, Oct. rosy sidelight in (In-own on Queoii Victoria's early mar- j rled Hfo by lettera first published by Kurnh Spencer, Lady Lyttleton, who became Latly of tho Bedchamber of tho young Queen In 1S3S and was hor cioKo ilrlend. Love and simple, do- mestic happiiiGKH ruled Victoria's home. More than anything she de- sired lo plcaso her husband, thc Prince Consort. ,Ho was very fond of treoB, plants and Jlowars, AVrites: Lady Lyttlcton: j "All very 'meekly tho Queen. It learning trees .ami and in a very in'etty, childiflli manner. When hat we walked she told me rjulte gravely, but low and hulf shy, 'That, I.ndy Lyttletoa, Is a tulip treo you sec, and a rare (roe but .hardy.1 Last year she did not know an elm from an oalt." Again: "The Prlnco and Queen are reading: 'Hp.llaan's History of England.' It is very pleasant to find him reading aloud to her while she was at cross otitcli." "Lady Lyttletun describes Prin- cess Royal, destined to become the CARSHORTAGE HITS THE MINERS Loss of Time is Proving Serious Thing For the Men Hlllcresl, Alia., October 5. 'ar situation in Iho t'rows Nest .Pas coal field is again tailing on u 'ver serious aspect. As was prediciet early in fciie summer, when thc luih her mc-n made their big protest' not receiving sufficient railroad ment to keep tlieir mills, running, aiu every available car was hurried into tlio coat country, the coal industry, .is having to hear the brunt the short- age of cars consequent on the east ern movement of the western harvest During the past week every mine ii the Alberta portion of tlie. Crows Nest Pass was forced to shut down for at least two days, several them being closed down for half the week and .more on account ot UHJ en- tire absence of rolling .stock in this part of ilit! Pass. During tlie three or four days Hie mines cars sufficient for only half the Jays' output were to hand. The local rail- Empress of Germany, and mother of ul emlcavoruij; lo distribute equally the Ilium II She ted'ibes the baby tav Prince of Wales too, Ihe future Ed- wiril VII.: "Tho little Princess is all graceful- ness and i ous mines in this locality, and ow- ing to the stringent orders issued by the dispatchers they are unable to "arc gathered from the slums of cur lii-rgc citi-es, mainly through tlie incqm- ofundiscrhn mating- and drink- ing recruiting parties. "Should the enlistment of this class nnd (he use of alcoholic drinks be in- tcrdicted the sick rate of the army be reduced 50 per and its efliciency correspondingly increased." ive, running about and talking a great deal. The Prince of Wales to judge by his noble countenance and calm manner is very Intelligent; ne looks through, clear eyes full alone. Very handsome hut very small in ever1 way." very fat and act- help out the situation to any maier- INDICTED BY GRAND JURY INITIAL ACTION AGAINST RAIL- WAY COMPANY FOR GRANT- ING REBATES TO MILLS Minneapolis, Oct. initial step in an action which may Involve many of the great grain-carrying rail- roads and shippers of tbe northwest parties io an alleged vio- lation of interstate commerce laws, governing shipments, was taken yes- terday when the federal graiul jury w.i3 sitting in Minneapolis, -returned Indictments against the -Minneapolis, St. Paul au'd Sault Ste. iMarle Railway company and T._E. Sands, of Minne- apolis; its general freight agent; and VARSITY MEN ARE GOING TO McGILL And Everybody Remembers How They Gave the McGIU Yell Montreal, Oct. most notable feature abcut the registration of stud- ents for the re-opening of IVIcGill uni- versity is the largo mim-ber of Toron- to university men transferring "their allegiance to. McGIH. Already nine students from Varsity liave arrived and they are all entering third or fourth year medicine. The only explanation they give is that they think the course Jierc is mere thorough than the Toronto course, but everyou-? remembers tho trouble in the medical faculty at To- ronto last fall over the question of vlinics, for 'which tho students were 10 be charged extra, and how one class rose in a brvly and gave the -Me- Gill yell as .a-protest. WAS A CONKD DYSPEPTIC Now Finds it a Pleasure io Enjoy MsaJs VUBBOII Miller Milling company. The indictments charge Thar the Elhvay' company through Us agent ;rautod concessions to the Russell Miller Milling company, of .Minneap- olis, which enabled the milling com- >sny to receive flour from mills in Vortu Dalioia cents per hun- dred pounds less than the lawful rate j from such points io Minneapolis. The railway company Is indicted as the carrier, giving the. concession, and the milling company as the alleged receiv- er of the concession. -The ofionse charged againsl the Soo railway, its agent, and the mill-1 ial exU'iit. The loss to tlie Pass occasioned b'j" thesi! car shortages can only be guess- ed at. During the coming winter, un- less conditions change very much, tii diminished pay-rolls will make it ex- '.treinely hard upon all depending living, directly or indirectly, upon the coal business in tlm ('rows Nest Pass, and it is more than probable that, having -survived ami spending the- greater part of next year making up their winter's losses, they will lie face to face with the same problem again next fall. HOSMEE ilosntcr, Oct. brother oi Mr. Salt arrived from England n Friday morning last. The performance of tlie Missouri Girl on Friday evening last was not favored by a particularly large at- tendance, but those that were pres- ent were well -repaid for their visit. Mrs. Spalding of Fernie, was visit- ng in Hosincr during the latter part of last week. According to the "Creston News" Mr. A. McL. Fletcher, of "ruit inspector for, the ready making his weight feltr. down.ih ;he fruit-country, and a lengthy- in-; torvieV with Mr. Fletcher on the im- portance ol" not over-grading fruit on the box is recorded in the. col- un'.'ns of that journal. Thc newly as- signed dut'ira of thc fruit inspector embrace quite a area and should eventually result in a considerable benefit both to thc consumer and the retailer. li. L. Thome arrived home from Saskatchewan on Saturday morning last. Mrs. Isaac Orr arrived home last -week after an absence of fourteen months in Manitoba. minister has as yet' been secur- DRIVING HIM TOJHE GRAVE Saved ny Llfi" I'AUS, OKI., JULY 36th, "For thirteen years, 1 was a Icrribla sufferer from the tortures of Sick Head- ache, Indigestion. Constipation nnd .Vomiting. I could not retain much fooj.iiid this, together with the pain, nnd headtiihea, was driving me to the grave. Then I used Pruil-a-tlvei" and almost at once I got relief. "Pruit.a.tiyes" stopped the vomiting, relieved the Constipation, tuned up the stomach, and gave me the first relief in years. I feel that I owe my life to "Krnit- a.lives" and for the sake of other victims of Indigestion and Headaches, I will allow statement to be published MARRY DICKINSON. "Krnit-n-tives" is sold by all dealers at 50C a boi, for trial size, 25C, or Bcuf on receipt of price by Fmit-a.tivea Limited. Ottawa. II RAILWAY DEFENCE IN IN RATE CASE DISPUTE STRUCK OIL AT SIXTY-TWO FEET BORERS HIT THE FLUID EIGHT MILES SOUTH, OF FORT McKAY Edmonton, Oct. of the Athabasca Oil Company, Ltd., with head offices-fn Vancouver, B.C., Three Trunk Lines Put in Common Case to the Commission Ottawa, Oct. the line of de- fence which -lite railways operating in j Oaiiada" Western Canada will put, in when the j 5. That lhc ralcs rate rase is resumed on Monday, is eastern Canada and now in eiTcet are revealed from the nttornoy'i state-! established and are charged under cir- nients Died on Saturday. Tlie dissimilar to till urcum- .fr: conditions nndfr a reasonable return of Hie value of its That no case lias lieeu made out or attempted to lie made out estab- lishing that the rates are unreason- able or unjust, but counsel represent- ing the government of the Dominion of Canada and provinces interested, have contended that discrimination in favor of eastern as against western II., p lielievi tabli G.T.I ,SUT' 'i the rates west of I'ort nrs eb iractica )y the same reason why they aml Ulat a u t .elieve hat the pnma ease es- calinot thcrcfore %h b :ablisncd before tho railway board Supreme above' all others in qual- ity raised.-by merit to that proud emin- Alberta's Best Baking Powder is pure, it invariably dependable Your gro- cer knows him. assumption Unit -the rates charged west of. Port Arthur are so much That the .rates in western Unil- higher than those charged in the east States always tai been on a dif that, they constitute an unjust (Us- "fs substantial crimination. As Ion.; ago as Apl-ir than those have nre May last facts and ilgures were i "'.tilc United submitted .by.counsel lor the tlle cliatged the ion, Alberts and Saskatchewan ernments, showing rates in thc west to be higher than'those iii the east.' j Acting Chief Chairman Scott, on I the strength ol these [acts, declared to enable the company to make a fair retuin for lUtli services not only in prosperous UIUier dlwi riop 01 othei conditions of the board lo orjer Both roads aho claim ]f substantial reductions are made in Canadian companies ol Port ratc, 0, Port lt are reawiMnie as compareu tlw ot lncreastag ih. the rharged b) the tar- 5crs m contiguoiib territory in the competitive strength of the roads in Canada io the the weaker roads and will- cripple and prevent the expansion of the' that a prinia facia case had been es-! lias -1000 acres'of land under lease. It is given out that thorough explora- tion 'will be made next year, beginning early In tho spring. The company has liart borers at work the last two years. From observations mad-a it is be- lieved ihat the oil strata in average depth of 62 feet below fhe surface covers an unlimited area, in he estimation of engineers :barge of the drills, ant! from tests nadc ill tho slope of I he land, he nature of-the soil and the com- >aratlve value of the two samples aken from the hole of laat year, and hat this there is an oil bear- strata growing gradually farther rom the surface.toward the south as tbe land slopes toward the north. -hole sunk last-year was not drilled to a greater depth than 100 feet. The samples taken atjhe.same depth in the present test hole are said to be similar to-that f6uhd last year, while when the hole was sunk to 110 feet tho soil was said to -be of a much thin- ner consistency and. much more v'al A: strata'.of oil-bearing sand, wider but-.less encountered at-similar depth a .few miles south of therpresont boring last year, but was abandoned and a neiw bore started and -a.test- will .be made at once to ar- :the; railways'iii; the statements' uow I productive terntor) and will general h have a tendenoj nf o iii I IIM.I u Hi ;gi t if f, a, JJUB 8. Ihat substantial reductions in op H ld esUljlishetl stiang raiaa In 41.n __.1 arc fair .ami reasonable. to Iransportation and the cost and i valuo of the commodititii transported i and the value ot the companies' u.- r Jertakinirs in tht tsl 1 '.ir- j The contention" is advanced tiliat eastern and western rates were tafclished under" entirely dissimila curnstances warrant the unn.-i.-'. dice existing between them.. It is arc talr "asonalle pointed out by the railways that C.N7.R. and Q.T.P. both jjuuiLtu ijuL' uv LUC ItillWaVS Ulat 41, j higher rates are charged in the rate.s ,ln eastern Canada dre erican west than in the eastern "mumratii now I he claim that not states. The C. N. R. and 0. from the documents submitted, That thc SLIM FIGURES MME. NORDICA IS THE POSSES- SOR OF AN OBESITY A BATH SECRET New York, Oct. NordicH, the prlma donna, who has just return- is tlie thur are not receiving, a reascnable return in law under the existing ratosi well estahlishod in the tive between the three westerii lines Bue explains, "my husband is a busi C P R V leduotion of the lates i is "lc tht terntorj com "elii> 1OTn is tonviuced that claimed mil onli hue thc resJlt of ?etlt'lvc and jnv reduction can make a fortune out of it increasing the competitive strciuth ct I .tatef "5 lhc O P R The ample propoitions 01 the pnroa the oluer roart1; In tlie detriment of L" "MVltaul5 "nan similar reduc donna have been reduced to such aji the nen loads, Still aiiothei aim- tllcjates charged th C extent that she ran.truthfully exclaim. ment advanced the CNR T P i" that it is the duh G'T'P anli tlut suc" ledlc J am as slender now as I was of I lions.other than those maue for the j first appeired in grind opera of seeing that the grower's name is! rtve the exact percentage or oil Thp actual strength of. the How. has never, been but the drillers who are experts, declare, the flow is sufflcierit to warrant development and Pe of .commercial value. lo fi" ing company comes under the pro- visions of the Elklns Ac.t nf which subsequently has been am-end- ed and is a misdemeanor in the eyes of the law. Conviction lays the de- fendant corporation liable lo a fine of not less than 51000 and not more than Any officer or director of alien corporation who is convicted of such an offense is liable to a peni- tentiary sentence of two pears in ad- dition to the tine. pulpit lately vacated by HIS WIFE TOG RELIGIOUS Sued for Non-Support Husband Claims Churchly Talk Got on His Nerves thc Rev. H. If. Wallace, 'but arrange- ments are on hand to conduct song i services on Sunday evenings, until 1 such time as the regular Presbyter- ian services can be The lumber has arrived for -sheeting the interior of the proposed gVnina-l sinm hall, and we hope before long to things started in that direction. Don't forget the date of the odd- fellows' annual hall in Jiosmer Fri- day, October 25th, at the 'opera house. Thc services of the Colemail orchestra have been secured for the occasion, and tickets will le on sale within the next few days anil can obtained from any member oi the committee. John Beckett, foreman of the Gov- ernment road gang, has completed his work for this season up the Elk Val- ENDORSED -THE INDEPENDENT Toronto, Oct. Middlesex- LibWala endorsed William Sutherland, a Conservative, who is running as an independent in the for the Legislature, against Geo. Neeley. Air. Sutherland declines to state his attitude on the Rowell abolish-the-bar platform. The detailed irgument of he r il- uais mav he summarised as 'ollovs: 1 No prima lacia case Ins rein made out establishing imiust reducing fat rapidly, it has the advantnge. of .ueuig delight- fully pteasan't and refreshing; More- over, it niakes the skin as fine and soft us that of a baby." Mine. ondexl by fully: "If-I can-win my husband's con- sent I may after all let aJl women who are interested in reducing their weight into my secret." The naw ateamthtp, "Niagara" of the Union Steam- ship Compsny of Naw Zealand. She will be In commlnlon in eight months. The vessel is 522 feat long, 66 feet wide, with Her passen- ger and cargo equipment will be of the highest clast. The speed is 17 knots her engines are equipped to burn either oil or coal. The service U Kv the Canadian and New Zealand Governments, "NO-BODY LOVES A BALD livery day we see YOUNG men and j wornen, who have grown prematurely grey. They immediately fall inlo the "Old Age class, because hairs r.rc so closely associated AGE. It is extremely discomforting and humil- iating Jo be be grey when the years do not justify it. Thc girl) laugh et the young men so young man soon learns to discriminate between natu- ral hair in its full bloom of health and NATURAL CpLCm, and shabby look- ing grey and faded hair. Give n.iture c chance. If she stimulated, aJsU'cd, chc will give you a head of hair that you wjllbcproudof. Give it to her. Use HAY'S HAIR HEALTH rcipi ol pncc end narat. Send tOc for trill Hay Spec. Co.. Ncfrvfc. N, X ;