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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914 TH,E LETHBRIDGE DAIirT KERAtrr PAGE SEVKEt IT IS THE TASTE, THE FLAVOR OF BAKER'S COCOA ThatMctkes It Deservedly Popular An absolutely pure, delicious and vvholesome food beverage, produced by a scipntific blending of high-grade cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect mccnanical process of manufacture. Made in Canada by Walter Baker & Co. Limited MONTREAL, CANADA ESTABLISHED 1780 DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Will You Send Your Boy to College? Sure you will-if you live. -But supposing you die, what's to become of the lad-will he, at fourteen or earlier, be forced out into the world to earn his living ? Or will you give him the chaaoe of hia'li{�> time, anyway? You can do it, whether yon- live or die, by means of an Imperial endowment policy. Let us tell you more about it. A post card will bring the information. THE IMPERIAL UFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE - TORONTO J. B. WiiUt, Diltrid Hanaier, LrtUiUn Th� tmptrlml mabmMM ftr ptUtyhoUtr Coiinmni dipetU than tital tf any othtr Canadian U/t COTi^angr. ?^niitininiiiiiniiiiitiiiiiiiniiiiiuiiiiiiinii; H.M.S. "WARRIOR" MADE-IN-CANADA CORSETS Comfort, Ease and Gracefulness That's what every woman wants in Corsets, and that's what she gets when she buys Corset comfort becomes second nature to wearers of C/C a la Grace Corsets." Corsets Each model is perfectly designed. The boning is light, rustless arv4 properly sewn and the other materials and workmiinship exquisitely neat Write us and wo will send you a daintily illustrated booUot of new designs. CROMPTON CORSET COMPANY ?8 Yorh Street, TORONTO LIMITED Government Will Pass Measure Imposing a Surtax on Wild Lands FIRST AID TO THE WOUNDED P.I.oket containing two first ficUl droKsiiiSs includod in tho oiUlil ul' (�'.�.�ry Koldlei', an;l sewn in a ia!t liand pocket in tlie lining of liia coat, where it if easily available in case o� woiindinR. Who Said Drouth ?-Cardston Smiles at Welcome Snowfall AMEND THE TOWNS ACTS Kdmonton, Oct. 10.-(Special). - Pfuvision is to he made in a bill, of which notice has jjccji gi'.en, to ta;; all the wild or idio I;uidB in the pro-vince. In othiT words, tlie millions of acres of land held for speculation', and largely held by people lining out-sitlo the province, will he compelled to contribute to the eanoral revenues of Alberta. IMPOSE A SUR-TAX The government will take power under the act to impose a sur-tax so that what is paid for municipal and school purposes will be supplemcat^d by a tax for the j^onoral use of the people. ISonie iift�n million or more acres arc held for speculation, retarding the development the province, and hindering in many caso3 the erection of school districts for the children of settlers. To help out the shrinking revenue as the result of tho war, ths go.ernment will impose a tax, but the main hope is tliat it will result in tho placing of the greater -part of this land under cultiva-,tion, and thus add to the general 'wealth of Alherta. HITS SPECULATORS Millions of acres are held by speculators in the United Slates who are letting it lie idle, waiting a rise in value, and it is the men of that calibre that the tax is aimed at. The bill will 1)0 ready for presentation to the House on Tuesday. BUSINESS TAX FOK TOWNS An amendment to the Towns Act will be welcomed by towns with large deljentrre indebtedness. The govccnm."iit proposes to allow for a jieriod of four years the impceiiion of a business tax as requested by tl'.c union of municipalities. Tho amount of tho ta.T will ho fixed, of course, by the town council. (By E. N. B.) Cardston, Alta., Oct. S.-Tho country Is oovijrod deep v>-itli sloppy snow, but everybody feels happy about it, except the man that has Ju.st slipped up arid fallen into it, and even be gets up liappy, eiipeoially If his winter wheat v/aa sown some time ago. There has boen enough moisture precipitated in TE CtO KILLED From Female Ills - Restored to Health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. Belleville, N. S.,Canada. -''I doctored for ten ytars for female troubles aruj did not gfit well. I read in the paper about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Osmpound and decided to try it. I write jow to tell you that I am cured. You can publish my letter as a testimonial." - Mrs. SirvHiNE Babwe, Belleville, Nova Scotia, Canada. Another Woman Recovors. Aubum, N. Y.-"I suffered from nervousness for ten years, and had such organic pains that sometimes I would lie In bed four days at a time, could i^t eat or sleep and did not want anyone to talk to me or'bother me ut all. Sonietimes I would suffer for seven hours at a time. Different doctors did the best they could for me until four montlis ago I began giving Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial and now I am in good health."--Mrs. William K. Gill,No. 15 Pleasant Street, Auburn, N-sw York. The above are only two of the thousands of grataful letters which are con-tantly being received by the PInkham Medicine Company of Lynn, Mass., which show clearly what great things Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound does for those who suffer from woman'a ills. If yon want spc-cUl adrlcc write to Lydia E. Pinlih.im ! Medicine Co. (confi-j dontlal)Lynn,Mass. Tour letter will be opened, read and aoBwerod by a woman and held in Iti'ict e>B&U�noe. I Fernie Man Receives a Letter from Friend in France Telling of Atrocity MIGHEL GERMAN IN JAIL Fernie, Oct. 10,--(Special).-J. H. Bennett, late editor of tlie Lodger here, received a letter [rom a pei'son-ai friend who lives at Uercy, a Knw.ll suburb of Paris, Franfe, tnilay, wnioh contains still more evidence of tiie inhumanity of man, especially German man, to inan,^r, rather in this case, I of the inluiman atroeiousiiess of war whicli briUj-.s death and destruction to innocent cliiltben and crippled non-combatants. Mr. .\ugust Manry, an old acquaintance of Sir. Bennett, writes that a small child living in the village above mentioned, was killed by cue of the bc4nbs drcppod by a German aeroplane which recently flow over I'aris. IMr. IManry also relates that a young friend who had returned from Belgium, where ho had been serving in the army, is min'is an ear and part of his nose, inluries inflicted by the German soldiers without any justification. We are forced to bolievo these E'torits of wanton cruelty when brought so near home. Tho German, H. Elmer, seeie'tary of tlic Michel Miners' Union, is now in tlw Fernie jail, whither he was hrought by the provincial police upon instructions from the military authorities, cliarged with using seditious language ; he will probably be sent to the detention camp at Vernon, to be held until the close ol Hostilities, unless he can satisfy the autlioritics that ho bad no hostile in-tentio;is �hen he used the language tjjj.buf.a-standing features o� a busy day devoted chieily to the passage of resolutions were the assuming of the presidential reins by J. B. Case of Abilene, . Kansas, retiring vico-presidcnt ; the election of J. S. Dennis, Calgary, as first vioe-president, lihe adop-iKn of a motion to open negc�tia-tions with the International Dry Farming congrtss, with a view to immediate union, and the pouring of a bro.idside of hot shots into tlie "muscular idle young men on Eighth and Ninth avenues, who would ratl.ier watcli oil slabs than raise a family and till the land," by Dr. J. (... Riithorford, in a striking address on the vital necessity of the government's waking up to the fact that permanent liome builders should be placed on the land. Not a seat was vacant, every inch 'cf availnlil*! standing room was com-nianidcered at the evening session when Dr. Rutherford relieved himself of his impressions of the idlers who wanted to make a living without earning it. Even tha Laziest Liver and Bowels respond to the gentle action of Effer*. ve�c At aU Druf gbt* ami Stom. (Taka Abbay'* VITA Tablata for Sick Narraa) 5 "The trouble of today is thail th� voung men wamt to make a liTlng without earning it," he said, ''U tiicy don't soon reverse this id��tiia country will be diacredited. WhEii I go dc'wn Eighth aiui Ninth avenues and other luadittg aiteriea ol this groat, big, growing city, which doesn't know what to do with Itself, it is so grown, I sec tho great, big,, strcag, muscular, idle youmg men doing nothing but alzing up the prices of oil stocks (it used to be real estate), who should be with a wile end family, di>gging for a living. They don't want to work." The speaker decried the suggestion made in many quarters in Canada that the unemployed should be put cn land until times improve. The standard of quality because based on long experience and built of best materials Tho birtcii patch indicates the area in Prance occupied by Germans after inlne weeks' flghfiufi. Built to bum natural gas^^^^ ^ y V V jjgyg every convenience, every time and gas economizing device. See the McCiary^dealer.________ Ml Sold hj MeU�o\iJk Hardware Co�, �.';sr.-4'^a-r,�CiH.:^;ir..H;V^j�-jig ;