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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .THURSDAY. OCTOBER 7, 1915 THE' DAILY HERALD PAGE FlYfe DELANYS LIMITED ROYAL EDWARD MBN DIED LIKE HEROES, SURVIVOR DECLARES AlontreaJ, Qne., Oct. the Canadian Northern liner, Royal -'Ed- :ivard carried with her to the bottom Aegean Sea 1100 British sol- diers and'100 members of her crew, was torpedoed on the morn- ing of August 13, a few hours out of Alexandria, Quartermaster Thomas Ramsay, now on the White Star liner Englishman, managed .td escape, thanks, to his being a strong, swim- mer. -He was later picked .up with others by the hospital ship Soudan. One thing he saw he will never for- get1.. were linad standing at attention, Vrith an. officer lit the head.of each There-J.hey stood, with a discipline that paralleled, those men who filed with the old Bir Kenhead, with.5faces set and stein, stanains upright, tlmching Very men' we're saved. When the ship four minutes after she -was -torpedoed, mil- lions ot fragments of debris were shot into the .air, fand many: hundreds: of struggling human beings were injured before reaching (lie mater Ths United Stales gave 3 order for sixteen-submarines. LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE PRAISE SIMPLE MIXTURE Many in Letlibridge praise the slm pie mktura of buckthorn bark, sly cerlne, etc, known as Adlerfka This remedy, is the mosf. THOH OUGH bowel'cleanser eyer'sbkl be Ing even use'd successfully In 'appen dicitis. ONE SPOJ3NPUL relieve almost ANY CAI3B ot constipation sour or- .gassy .stomach, ONE UTB after you take it the gasses rumlble and pass out. Adler-i-ka can not gripe and the .INSTANT action is surprising. Jt-D. Hlginbotham Co. Limited, Druggists. RUSSIAN WOMAN GETS CROSS OF ST., GEORGE Petrograd, Oct the second :inic in hlstorj has awarded a woman the cross of, St George. Czar Nicholas, it was officially an- nounced yesterday, has posthumously lonored Sister of Alercy died while heriocally leading a Rus- iau company in storming an enemy's losition after its officers had fatten She was on the field attending wound- ed she djbcovered the situation mci led the The first-woman lonored was 'aiarie Durova Doctor Knows No one better than he understands the value of insurance to those who fortu- nate enough to be carrying it at the supreme moment Experience has told him what a consolation it is at the time of sorrow. He knows, too, Jiow prone to accident and to sudden, unexpected illness we mortals are.v Armed with this knowledge! is it any wonder the medical profession is'one of the occupations having the highest percentage of insured amongst its members In the face of his special knowledgi, the doctor who neglected to protect his life by adequate insur- ance would be unusually careless of tne weifale of those dependent upon him. Medical men have been particularly attracted by the Canada Life Monthly Income Policy. It is the form of suited to the professional man. It is sure protection plu> satisfactory investment and it is issued by the CANADA LIFEis? Wilson Skeith tv, U t ho SsJ f Uly dtMn How To Get Rid of a Bad Cough A Itcnedy tk.t "Will It (luleklr. .HI! If you liavo u liad or cheat coll! wmch to yield tu ordinary reme- dies, get from any druggist 2% ounces of Pines (5U cents pour inlo a 1C- ounce hottle aiul fill tlie buttle with plain granulated Hugiir syrup. Slart taking tl Icnspoonful every hour or two. In hours your cough will bo conquered or very nearly HO. Even whooping cough is greatly relieved in this way. The above mixture niakoa 1C family the finest eough ayrnn Mint mnncy could a cosl only 04 cents. Easily in 5 minutes. I'llh directions with Pines, This IMiicx and Sugar Syrup prepara- tion takes right hold of ii eough and given almost immediate relief. It loosens the dry, hoarse or tight cough in n ivay that is really remarkable. .It also quickly lieals tne inflamed membranes which ae- coiiinany a painful cough, and stops the formation of phleem in the thr6at and bronchial tubes, thus enrlm" the persis- tent loose cough. 1'jxecllcnt for bronchi- tr. spasmodic croup nnd winter coimlia. Kcejis perfectly and tastes dieii like it. is a special and highly concen- trated compound of genuine" Norway puio extract, rich in guaiaeol, which IB so liealing to the membranes. To _avoid disappointment ask your druggist for ounees of not accept ntiytfiim: else. A guarantee absolute satisfaction, or money prompt- s' refunded, gocn with thin preparation, .life J'mex Co., Toronto, Ont. r t (COXTINUED FIIOM LYE CLEANS AND DISINFECTS THIS LYE IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. THEREFORE TOTALLY DIFFERENT FROM THE IMPURE AND HIGHLY ADULT- ERATED LYES NOW SOLD. Pcriiic, Oct. to the more of the interned pnsoriL'rs uf war were, sent to Mor- trisscy this morning, under guard. Tin's inaU'S eighty nf the interns now at Morrissey and' there ;ue sti'i 78 here orders to g6" down. Captain MaAihdane will have chargn j of the ramp when all the prisoners j and guards havu been transferred, j j -Jo .Makuch, 011 Austrian, allowed' j .John Barleycorn to got u little tlicl rArfiu !i'm a day or two ago, and j ran foul ql a loyal'Canadian'and a Yankee, friend. Being full of disgust for Englishmen and all things, including king, Jo ofTcnsivc. The Canadian wouldn't f side-red to have dlsuljialed the firim I thc ftul indulged shadow or Germany, which was failins I U'V was. a battle na across HIP rhe Canadian .cleared the distance! .i. i between himself and the Austrian I a bound, landing his ire received at every aiaUoi, w7u, toe r-lW ON HI IMIU.XT firlni I Some idea of thc immensity of the war was given hy thc mayor, who .said that 70fl cars were re- quired to 'finance the war for a year. TJie mayor extended the freedom of the" city to the delegates. Tn closing, he urged the young ladies .to use their influence with the young men j to. join the ranks of the- overseas forces. Chairman McKillop, of the school board, extended a welcome on behalf of thc trustees. He spoke of thc re- sponsibility of the teachers and the importance of their conventions. He spoke of the co-operation of the teachers in aiding school hoards to weather a difficult financial period. It. II. Dobson, of the' Lethbridge High school, in replying, said that there were many things to he taken into consideration before criticism could be offered of, the school meth- ods. Principal :Stcphenson, of Pinch- er Creek, also responded to the ad-- diesips ot welcome, as> did Principal Smith, of Ravmond, duelt upon the great wink m teachers m prepar- ng the generation for good citizenship lv p Stewart uas elected secre- [tan aior the convention Inspector Morgan has" charge of entertainment arrangements, for the delegates In- spector Hodgson of Matleod, forraei ly of also in atiend- V good manj delegates are present from the country districts. Tomorrow's program will include a question drawer, an address by J C Loucts, 01 the nounal school, a talk on school gardening by Prof. Hooper the Claresholm agricultural c.ol- ege.'an address on duties of a prin- cipal by Principal Low, and talks on lunior work by Miss. Sharraan, of Lethbridge, arid Miss Pinch- er Creese The afternoon session include discussion on the advisability of orrnmg a teachers' alliance, tne election of officers, and general busi- ness ihe contention will conclude to- morrow Lynd addressed a few re- marks to the delegates at noon, eforc.the convention adjourned'for unch. .Mr.: Lynd commented on the ditorLti m last evenings Herald re arding-. the .htcul cation in the school luldren ot the spirit of patriotism, ajmg that he did not believe it the nty of teachers to create a war apir or to train pniiils with the object in i mw that thej might make good sol- i lers He did not e the respon Ibillty for the poor shoeing of Gau- dians in recruiting -should be laid at he.dopr of the school system, partic- larly m Alberta, as few of tlie anadians In this country of mjlitarv ge, .were products of Alberta choola Haudits of the peonle. Women and chi'idren offer ihe soldiers flowers, ;rapes and every sun of presents. Macedonian notables presented Kreneli with an addrees affirming heir Serbian nationality. Teutons ;Lcmdon, Oct. official E. D. Climie of Bowman- 'ille, pnt., and Afrs. Thomas Tam- blyn-of Bull. River, B.C., and'a brother Dt Climie of Hamilton, Ont The remains will be taken to Bow manville for internment. "Every Little Dollar Has A Value All Its Own" We all strive to get Hie greatest possible value for our dollar. Our latest imports consist of the NEWEST DESIGNS IN BRACELETS, WATCHES, BROOCHES, ETC. and are absolutely the Ijiggest value for your dollar. Optical Department Our Optical Department Us in charge of two Graduate Opticians, and we guarantee satisfaction or money returned. Armstrong Raworth FIFTH STREET o. CUNNINGHAM RESIGNS Calgary, Alta Oct. A has. resigned the presidency of ilie Alberta Pet- roleum Consolidated Oil Co, Ltd. W.-. TV. Stephensori, field manager, lias also resigned his position. Mr. Stephenson will remain on the directorate. fr the authorities their effecl being almost nhofij pet Thanksgiving Meats Of Superior Quality. TURKEYS, SPRINQ LAMB, AND VEAL, MUTTON, GRAIN FED PORK CHOICE BEEF We pleise particular people by phone. CALL 492. Alberta Meat Market Oldest Established Meat Market in City WANTS AMERICAN MARKET Calgau, Alta, Oct. heartuy agree with the request of the Manito- ba grain growers thai access to the United States marketsi be. secured for zrain, and we hope that sudH access :s granted at This was the statement of James Speakman, presi dent of the United Farmers of 41 berta, when questioned-by a The Manitoba growers peti- tioned the Borden goveinment for the relinquishment of such barriers as prevent the low graae grams enter- ng the United States mareet The statement is made by growers that there is no Canadian market for 'certain of the poorer grades of wheat, and is wila 4 VJBVK to the obtaining of markets for this qualitj of the crop that the petition is framed. i FIRE LOSS IN CADILLAC, 'SA'SK. Moose Jan, Sask Oct fire, which started m McGnluraj s hard- ware store at Cadillac. Sask, 193 miles west of Wevburn, practicalh niped out the whole of the business section of the Ullage The fire spread lery rapidly, and the Northern. Crown bank- and the pool room were soon on WANT ALL THE BARS CLOSED AT ONCE tt innijilg oct o strong delega- tion from the Social: Sen-Ice-.council of Manitoba waited .upon. Premier Nor- ris and the cabinet this afternoon ur- I cannot say too much for I.ydia E Sing the 0103111? of all bars in (he Vegetable CompouiKi and iimnadlatto, as a war meas Liver Pilli, for there are no medicines I "re were presented bi like I have taken them and I "le- llelesatloil3 selling forth their recommend them to all women Yon mav puhhsh this testimonial Mrs STE rnr.N J. MARTIN, Ontario, claims as .to-the necessity for the in troduction of .prohibition in order, to maintain imtion'a! efficiency' in the present, crisis LEA PERRINS' SAUCE the Original and Genuine Worcestershire, adds wonderfully to the flavor use it because it increases the nutritive elements of fish. SAUCE BROWNED FISH I cup cold cooked fish with 1 cup chopped cold potatoes. Season with salt and pepper and 1 teaspoon LU A PERftW IMttE Melt 2 butter, put in fish mixture, stir ftl! healed, then cook without itimnff until browned; fold .ird turn hko an omelet. Serve hot. RID ;