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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. .OCTOBER 12, JO 15. THE LETHbKiDGE iJAll-Y PAGE SEVEN "As you like it" TEA SEALED PACKETS! BLACK, MIXED ONLY. I OH GREEN. B20 Nine Good Restisbns Why Yon Should .the Canadian Patriotic Fund to the Extent of Your Ability 1. You owe. Id yiHHvcowilry. and to (lie Empire ol' which u part, either lo 'tight 'yourself or help to riiuke it pos- sible for others to fight in this supreme struggle. 2. As a Canadian you. enjoyed llic and privileges of British-GilizeiiHliip and never yet been called week by the visits of bears to their upon iiHUe Defense of (he.Empire. .'J. The Mother Country- has for years, practically borne the burden of your protection alone. I. In this' trial desire (ireut Britain to realize that every Cnnudian is supporting and upholding her Cause. The war-iii-whicli are engaged is n. .righteous eause, :i; struggle-for ami for the saeredness of Treaties and .the given' r (i. If. you lielp to make it possible {lor others to go by guarAivleeinfe-thal their families will be pro- vided for. in llieir absence. 7. ,.Thc object GiiuaYUn'n Palriolie Fund is lo make provision'.1 fjlh'rilie's of soldiers going from Canada lo take part 'in "the present war. V- K. Those who tbe front are making greater Sacrifices Uimi anything we can do al home. i 9. Attjunpnruiled crisis-in the world's history 'calls for .su- preme sacrifice on our part. AVEjVIlJST DO O.UR DUTY. WE SVIUST FIGHT OR PAY. "v Nothing so good as fresh homemade bread PURITV FLOUR S "More -Better TO ENFORCE VISIT PENS DECREE OF DIVORCE GRANTED TO CRANBROOK MAN Cranhrook, B.C., Oct. Cran- tirook School Hourd hold' 'u nii'.oil'ng in tho council chamber. There was a i'u'il Hoard Board will make an effort" to compel clilldi-fjii ol school aye to attLMid sclinoi iluring tht; rogt'la-r Uours. It [minted out that there are about Oil children In Cranbroolt who do not at- tend school. An effort will he mudo Lo have a census taken of the city and the number of children within .ho law who are of school use. The "School1 Bourd lias decided to enforce the deeming it advisable that children should be compelled to at- tend school. The residents of Fort Steele have; been greatly annoyed during the jmst pens, Tliis week no less than pigs have been lulled in their pens by bears. In some cases the anfmal was discovered in the bush a short distance from the piggery with the lifiad partly torn To be In style Cranbroolt lias u div- orco case. vs. Dorau, William GiierarrJ co-respondent. This case, which wan a petition for divorce on tiie ground of misconduct, was beard in .May last before the Hoii. Mr. Jus- tice Macdoniild, and adjourned for further evidence, came before his lordship ;it Vancouver, when decree absolute was pronounced. T. T. Me- crudy, of this city, was counsel for the petitioner, Wra. K. Doraii. The suit wus undefended. ftoy who recently arrived from Spokane1. Wasli., mot with a ser- ious accident this evening, while driv- ing to Kiraberlcy, sustaining a brok- in leg and other injuries, the result of a runaway. .Mr. Wadinan was brought to the ,Si. Eugene hospital, where his injuries are being attended to by Dr. .1. l-j, King. Constable Arden of Moyie brought in three German prisoners, who were making their way to Uncle Sam's fair domain'. When tlie men were arrest- ed they presented n sad spectacle, be- ing hungry and without money. They I 'ft1 ere foot sore and weary. It is I thought the men al! the wayj 1 from Saskatchewan. They are now i confined In the provincial where they -are being furnished; with-food j and being properly caret! for. Stop Piles A Simple Home Treatment That Has Brought Joy to Thousands !a the FamouE Pyramid Pile Treatment inaiy good gifts that He had bestow- ed In year. i St. Andrew's Rev. A. C. Bryan a thanks- giving sermop; in'.St. Andrew's church" In the evening- to a' large .congrega- tion. The regular quarterly comnum-' ion service -was held in the morning. Rev, .Mr. Bryan apoe that BOW in reap in joy." He pointed out the fact that the wonder- ful crops were sown in the spring by farmers-who believed, that their ef- forts should not fail, and by their be- lief had a. crop that did not fail. He offered thanks for so many good gifts that were received in Uiis year. St-Patrick's Thanksgiving- service's were held in St. 'Patrick's' church in', tie evening and a seciai thanksgiving Mass was held on Monday morning, at whicl Hev. Father .Rosenthal preached. Mary's Rov. C. ,.H.-Popham in St. .Mary's dfc'iivered sermon in giv ing thanks for the excellent year thai has had. The church was decorated for the occasion with vege tables and grains At Wesley Tho anaual. harvest home service was held Sunday evening, when Rev G. H, Cobbledick, spoke on "The .To> orrhages and the Harvest There a verj laige doctors toli J congregation and lue church would to decorated ivith grains njueic Vaa oE a Thanksgiving in i Local Churches Thanksgiving services wore preach-- istl In moat of the local ofe Sunday, in some pases at the moruirfg fljul evening services. Tho'servicea wiiro marked by special-music by tile choirs, and in each church a large congregation -was present. i- '-Ttov, Denoou reached two in- spiring sermons in Knox' church, glv- Jijg thanks, to Aiinighty God for th'e DOCTORS ADVISE 'OPERATIONS Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound. Swartitmore; Penn. For fifteen years I suffered untold agony, [uid for one period of nearly two years I had The ruimrt of the Department uf Municipal Affairs [or HIM is lo hand mill Jts conteuls are exceedingly IntcroslinK. i 'I'l'C Mon. fiarleljy is and liss ropor! covers every How badly do you wan relief; Do j dovclopmont In municipal affairs (Jmt lias laliwi i.liic'u ilnrins Hie vrar. >ou wiml 11 enoilBh to go to tlie small was.ono of development in municipal affaire tlirouKhuiu Ilio f.rovlncf. (rouble, of rauIlliiK I lie Mow coiiimn I The abnormal conditions brouuhl abmil lln- oulbroak war for a free trial of Pyramid I'lle: wllli progress lo a srt-at cxlcm. on tin- whok- vurlmiK rrentraenl? inuniclpalltles sssis suoccssfnlly. It, was Uio sucond year runil-municipal organixatlon wan provided lor. and tlio iirujirc.sM Iliat lias iK'cn made by the mral municipalities Iliut carried on bllRincsB dnriiiK year 1913 was very niarkui! Indeed. Kural niunicipalitics apparently appreciated tliejelf governing [MWOIU linaiiiiB ,vlth local miittorii conferred upon them by their organization, and while it is a now sysiwn and many ot tlio electors are not only KtratiK'-rs !o wu-h other but HtraiiKors to Ihe country and to our forma of sm-ornment. tile results have I'Pen very satisfactory. Thi; work of Unanclng Hie school districts, dealing with nuesllims rnlatin'g to stock al laree, nuhlic lipallh. elc.. lirouglit oeforo thorn and jdilllcult. the various councils worked out their particular in.a very olllclent manner. The minister advises caution on the part of urban and rural municipali- ties against an over expenditure uf money on improvements than Ili.-.t war- ranted by actual condition. The following figures were obtained from tin' report: Your System Demands an occasional corrective to insure good health find strength. Success is almost impossible for the weak and ailing. Enjoyment ia not the sick. Impaired health and serious sicknesses usually hefjin in deranged conditions of tho stomach, liver, kidneys or bowels. The Pyramid Smile from a Single Trial Thousands have reptmed to their great joy ai having been led! to try this great treatment and at the Town remarkable, resulls It produced In thoir casesi Jie fair lo yourself. Give Plnclior creek WetasKiwin yourself a; chance to get. well. Mall Blackie .he COUIJOH now tir go lo any rlrug jUassaBO store and purchase a 50c box of Py- 1 Caylev romld Pile' Treatment. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYHAMlb D11UG COMPANY. 581 Pyramid Bids.. Marshall, Mich. Kindy send jne a Free sample ot Pyramid Pile Treatment In plain wrapper. Name Street City state TELEPHONE 606 jCamrose Cardaton Carnmngay Castor Claresholm Bdnon .High River I.Vacleoil Magratli Nanton ___ Okotoks ___ Raymond Redcliff lied Deer Stettler Taber Vegrevflle Vermilion Vulcan Population 1000 :iooo 1 lliOl) 137 1400 1200 950 1500 2400 1400 Still 800 1500 soon 2500 1 TOO 1250 400 Assessment fj 1 .SS0.43f..Oo 1 liO.O.nO.OI) I.907.5T6.00 1 C51.295.00 Taxes Levied S.H3S.40 ilO.M4.4i> 24.1S1.2I) 7.402.6.1 30.75S.OC 4.226.02 Oonf'lituro Debt S9d.117.50 210.400.00 06.757.97 tiiS.000.00 56.S50.56 Sfl, 111.33 Bright Anniversary Services Held Westminster The seventh, anniversary services of Westminster church concluded "w'Kh the thanksgiving dinner of last even- Ming, and will lo'njg linger iii tho minds i or the members and friends of the F. MacDoiiald, of Lc Pas, is spending ;i fnw days in the city, j' .Miss Myrtle Ki' am of Pinclier CrccU, is thu guest nf Mrs. J. B. Gray, Uh Ave. N. Mrs. Benjamin Kussclj, of Cal- gary, spent Thanksgiving; with sister, Mrs. N. B. Pent. Miss Annie Haitrahan, of Pincher j church as the brightest and intuit i Greek, is spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents. issfiil anniversary sefvleea ever held 3Ir. W. Henderson, of the Montreal. Galgarv, was a visitor in the city. I hy the c'lurch. Bank of! The pulpit was occupied Sunday Mr. D. Milliken lias Ijpen trans- Fcr- ferred 1o the liiinerinl Bank at B. C.' 4'- More CGttQn GSR hospital, on.a visit to Listowel, Are 1 Tim morning by Rev. G. H. Cobbledick of j Wesley church, -who gave a very Inter- esting ami Inspiring -address on the up-t-he gift.-that is in impressing--very strongly the-thought of the latent talents and powers pos- all, the church workers-to find and use thcsa. At the evening service a-large con- gregation, greeted Rev. T. W. Bate- m[ i -1 4.1 r i raaiJ, a returned missionary from The unmarried members 01 the I. Mle -Miss Ada Hall both sang a solo; .Miss U .Milner and Mr. Kay both gave piano solos: Mr. Peacock and Mr. gave an instrumental duet, and -Mr. Batcmau of China held his congre- gation to the last minute white, he do- crlbed the work of the Canadian Meth- mlist Missionary Society in China. During the evening Mr. Datemuu spoke of thts First Ordination class of next June, consisting- of eleven young who will have finished their 16 year course, and wfil be or- dnined. Ho was quite surprised to fiud a picture of the eleven hanging on the wall of the church, anil below H. also framed, a letter stu- dent missionary, and to learn that Cor some years the Sunday school ot Westminster! church had supported him. He said the Sunday school was favored in rheing associated in any way with this, one of the. brightest and most promising Chinese preach- ers in China today. The church is looking forward to a very successful yearln Its new church year. London. rpPb' to 7. as to whether the' government was still allowing cotton to go, into Ger- many in certain cases, or under cer- tain circumstances, Sir Eriwar'd secretary for foreign affairs, stated raw cotton, cotton waste and cotton 'lO.D.E. arc invited to m jjoohs for the at ot al make scrap- thei home The Daughters and -Maids of Eng- land sewintr class wftl meet at. the home- of US'l'Glh'Sl. N. oii Wednesday at 2.30 p.m.' Churigkln, China. His address was one of the finest presentations of the problem -in China ever.pre- sented, to" a Lethbridge audience.- The thanksgiving dinner was a per- fect, success. About 200 people par- took of a splendid repast, and a short nusica! programme followed. Tbe yarn all have been ''declared contra- -yrs Ball's section of Wesley Lad- band and that every possible sten'i iej. Aid for sewing Weil- has been taken to prevent any sup- nesdttj" afternoon at -3 -o'clock at. the j choir" sahg an anthem; Miss L. and MAKSHALL' AND CRAIG ELECTED OFFICIALS Denver, Colo., Oct. Dun- can. Marshall ....Edmonton, has been chosen first vice-president :bf the ternational Farm Congress! He is th'e only Canadian on the official board. H. A. Craig, of agriculture, represents Alberta on the executive. arc recognized all over the work to bo the best corrective of troubles of the digestive organs. They tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, reg- ulate the bowels. They cleansn tho eyBtem, purify the blood and act in the best and safest way For Health and Strength of Any Medicine in tho World. Sold everywhere. In box 25 UNDERWRITERS' INSPECTOR I PLEASED WITH CONDITfONS TO WORK ON' ROADS i Fernie, B.C., ,Oct. A. .f. Dove of Vancouver is in the7; city, after btiling spent a week in. Kootenay Valley inspecting thai schools in that district, and will tlie eastern yait of the territory dur- ing the coming week. Tie'reports tha schools all running with a good -at- tendance, and teachers well along in; their work. Mr. D. "B. Scrimgebn, inspector tlie board of underwriters of arrived in town yesterday and, with-, out ceremony or notice, turned in fire alarm upon brigade, but; did not catch them napping. A thor-1 ough 'test was inade, and with five streams of water flowing at once, Firev uhief ArcDougall reported pressure of-( SO pounds. Mr. Scrungeon has beeitj Inspecting tlie mills in the Kootenay district, and gathering data as to con- ditions ?.nd values of properties in1 that line of manufacturing. To Work About 60 more of the interned alien enemies were sent down to the camp at Atorrissey yesterday, leaving 3Ut- 14 more to go. These are being, sent at once, and .all equipment; prisoners arejow at home in the two big hotels at the new lor cation. As soon as the men are -well settled in the new camp, they will be work on the trunk, roa'd run- ning through the Pass. R. Dixon, 1213 ply of these from reaching Germany.' It svas intended, the foreign secre-1 south, tary added, forthwith to declare as contraband, cotton piece goods, and jjiss Florence Cleaver entertained, other cotton products and prohibit ja few frientis last evening ccle- j export to neutral countries contig- uous to Germany and Austria of such goods capable of being used in the manufacture of explosives. dergo an opmraion. .--J--.. but I begui taking 'spettally aKmrortate a E Whimj I !tle_? I 'Change of Life and British Graphs hurt her soul oi Vegetable Compound honor, and to [he chal. praise wjiether could de that tune I recommend it to both old fend itself The spteudid docoralloni and fOQnff for female troubles ,will be kept up over next Sundaj EMILY SUMMERSGILL, Swarttimore, Pa. 'A very successnil: iva, jho riaiiBfiliin opinion expressed concerning the tur- Port If I could not tell otheri enough about Uie musical The programme which Lydia E Pinkham s Vegetable follow the chirch wan much en has done forme I WM weak j, and tired and I could not rest A friend recommended your Compound and I siiAn and strength and could lot wish to sleep tatter I know other women who taken it for the same purpose and they join me in pram WM A South VickarjStreet, Fort Williame Ontario Strtce we guarantee tliat at! tostimo- niats.which we publish are genuine, is it notftir to suppose that if Lydia E. Pink- Average at Picture Butte Pit lure Hwlte Ocf <5 Volhini, re inarkahlc inf HIP trop tiehH has up altliough I tjie these womenjt will any bf worhllg on the ror Imshol yields other who is euffiring in I 70 rrtaniwf j uc lilkrd ol tf JM i I'l' to now siiinim'i-lilk'il I Plnkkmii Medlfinp Co. and oven hill p Ifnti, HMI. )HMr will Jil and npuatJ spring plowinn In- rewl Md M H JS btii oats so Tni IB Uriel Mlf lutiicd out 79, altliongh week expect to see a change for brate her 20th birthday. IJeircsh- nients were sei'yed after which sing- j ing ant! dancing were enjoyed hy the j guests. Miss Hulehinson was the g'ucst of[ honor at a very enjoyahio tea on-! the better. Spuds, arc to had for i Saturday which claimed Miss Baw- the digging here, as they are so plen-jden.as hostess. Crimson tiiul and no market for them. A "farewell supper was given to the soldier harvesters of the G3n battalion on their departure lo re join, yie regiment by Mrs. .Ilohus last Wednesday night at the Pcnpoli farm. An enjoyable evening ensued. Two men .of .1. Graham's threshing crew have joined the 39th Battery C. F. A., one Englishman arid on< Scotchman, -making a total oi .four from Picture BuUp. Cough medicines, (m H rule, contain a Inrpft quantity of pHiiLavrup cupa or granulated one cup of wann stirred foj- a Sou as Rood sjrup as mohcy cui buy Pinei fi pet from vom- d io inei CiO worlli) podr In ounce bottle and fill tho botUe with svnp Ihis KHCS ion a cost of oily a4 rents 16 ounces of really better cough svrup thun you could buy roarty made lor 52 clear of Full directions with Pinex. It perfectly and tnstcs good. It takm hold of tl e iisuil cough or chest cold at once and itin hours Splendid for whoopinpr bronchitis and winter coughs It's irlilj quwkly i the dry, hoirae or ttobt and lifiali and toot lira the inflamed mem )rancs m of a painful It alto stops formation of pMecm in ;nc throat end bronchial tulrte, end the persistent loose eolith. is a hiffhlv concentrated coin pound of tinuim horway nine extract, combined with gnaucol, hwn ised for generations to heal inflamed membranes of the throat and luoid disappointment, ask st for "2K ouncta of and A v raowyuroniiit i carnations were, effectively used 'H I tlio draiying rooms, while Euchan- tress carnations and ferns adorned j the'dining room. Mrs. C. B. Bow- man presided over the lea equippage, and Mrs. J. NT. .Kennedy cut the ices. The assistants were Miss Vshton and Miss 13 -.id little Miss j Pussy- door n tu-rell-Wright optncd the! Mrs. J. H, Wallace entertained at dinner last evening for her daughter, .Miss Effie. The spacious parlors were appropriately decorated with sheaves of grain suggestive of the heMday. j Cox'ers' were iaid for twelve, the j color scheme being golden yellow and j tlie decorations carried out in basket j effect. After dinner a pleasant eren- r ing was spent. ..at Mary Pickford. Those present were Misses Isabel Smith, Agnes- Livingstone, Inzola Hardie. Alay Young, Morence Hill; Helena Simpson, Dona Murray, Mar- garet McKillop, Minnie Maxell and Jean Stewart, The marriage of Mrs. Eva Garner, of Haljsbel, Mont., Mr. William Sbaw, of Barons, was by Rev. G. H. Cob'blniick at Wesley par- sonage last evening: The couple will realde at Barons. ttOtrSH-POSTIFF A wedding took place yester- day afternoon in Westminster Meth- odist church, when Mr. Albert Rou.sh of 19th St. north, now a mwiiber of the 13th Mounted Rifles, stationed at Calgary and Miss Lillian Graham I'ObtiB of SH Sunnjside Oalgiri, formcrlv of Sheffield. Eng- land, were united in the bonds of lioly matrimony by Rev. Joseph H. Francis. Mrs. S. .Kakln, sister of the rroom..supported the bride, and Mr. I3dmond Halts acted as, best man. After a short visit in the south Mr. and Mrs.. Roush will return to Cal- fc, SA .1. 51.. Anderson, county altor- nei ot HaSHiiEs ronnti rlitd aa tbe result of a paralytic stroke. If Tea and Coffee Came in Capsules as .their, drug, frequently sold, tea and-coffee would up lo the fact Ihiil tea and coffee are not foods but drugs. Yet in spile of the warnings of reputable phy- sicians, tnaiiy. persons- fail to realize- the harmful effects of caffeine, the subtle, habit-forming drug in tea and coffee. Taken regularly this fretfuenl cause of nervousness, heart-flutter, head- ache and other or later gets its hold, Look tea atfti coffee in the what physicians and health experts say: (Names' on ap- plication) "Some people get tlie crttviUK tor alcohol by first taking tea or c-oITee." "Coffee is a dope and narcotic almost eau'al to opium.: Slowly Wit surelj- it control of its and holds him in its grasp a pitiful, helpless victim." "Coffee is a drug. Those addicted -to its use are drug addicts." (the tea and coffee drugs) are'comparable to. opium in that they induce a habit; afiu aiiould be avoided." Riglit now is the time lo find out or coffee has a hold on }'on. It's simple and both for ten days and use P O S Ttl M the pure food-drink Made of wheat mid a bit of wholesome molasses, Postum 1ms a delicious, snappy flavour, yet contains no drug or other harmful clement.. The better''health that "follows freedom -from the tea and coffee, drug sliowk a Reason" for POSTUM MADE IN CANADA Sold by GroCTrS everywhere Poitum Clrtil Ltd., Wlno'tor, ;