Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
OCTOBER 14, 1914 THE LET H BRIDGE PAGE SEVEN to Take "Fruit-a-Tlves" ONT..ADG. 36th; 1913, ''I can htelily recommend ''Phiit-a- did-, awiul .lot of jjobd atid'I- cannot speak too .highly about'them. About four years I commenced, taking :fQr'a; general- break-dtjwit' and" j'-th'ey did uie a world of good.. Bought a good iiiauy dollar's worth. it w.as money well spent because -they did all claiDi for thcin. Their action is so pleasant, compared 'with tlrat I found only pleasure, as well an health, in taking They seemed to me to ffe Ijarticnlnrly suited to women, oa accountof their mild slid gentle nction, arid I trust that some othttr women, :niay start taking after risadiuff my letter, and if they am .-satisfied -tlie results will be the same as iu my own v---- W.N. KELLY "Fruit-p-tives" nrc sold hy all dealers at 500. a box, 6 for trial ..cite, 25cf or recelptof price by Fruit-a-tives L'imitsd, Ottawa. NEW PAPAL SECRETARY Rome, via Raris, Oct.. Cardinal Plctro GaBpan-i has been, selected .by the Pope to r fill' the position of Secretary of State, made the death 'of Cardinal Ferrata. IS REPORTED OUT POSTMASTER GEfftRAL UNDER STOO'D TO RESIGNED OWIN6 TO ILL OTHER CHANGE IS PROBABLE, Ottawa, tpnight, although nd.t Aiiy ininisterlSr signatibn ol I nd.ti .cpnfitmed, from the re- V. 'pustmaster-gsncrall a'ocejtxsc Botden, ;anil iliaji Hpn. T." Chase4: be sw.orn .in as hfs the next 48 hours. successor wfthin The is stated, is dropping o.ut of ihe-cabineb owing to .which rnakos it impossible for him to attend 'to .the heavy to tfie post office department. He lias not been well enough to go to his o'ilice for over a Hon. Mr. Casgrain is a prominent 'Montreal i lawyer, who for, the past three years has 'been one of the Canadian members of the in- ternational waterways commission. He sat in the Dominion parliament for several years when' the Conserva- tives were in opposition, and was'.a provincial minister at. Quebec when when his patty was in power" in that province. iThe early retirement the cab- inet of1 Hon. .Bruno Nantelp minister of inland revenue, is alfao predicted E. L: Patenaudo, Conservative organ- izer.'fbr the Montreal is men- iionod as his successor The minister ol 'revenue imay -succeed Hon. M E Bernier on the railwaj board Shoulp Mf Casgrain become postmas- general, probabh stt lor Jacques Carrier which has been vacant since the death (X Hon F D Mount The suggestion made ?ls no general election, Heal truce is contmaei, that il and the polil China Cabinet Specials for this OUR SPECIALg EOR EACH WEEjg'MOVE YjjE GOODS ONE ONLY Quarter Sawed Clilna diWnet Gol'dei finish bent glass doors and Colonial stylo.-, Regular price J4000 Special ONE ONLY Early Englisn China glass mirror at back, Sheirton Regular price J3300 Special ........T.... ONE ONLY Satin Walnut China. Cabinet, one door, Sliearton design Regular price C1C ftfl Special Price .'.t. 91 WiUU 4 l x We carry the Largest Assortment of Furni- ture in the South and our store is full of 'Bargains. Inspect our Stock and Prices before buying and you will buy Here FUWDENBRQS. LETHBRIDGE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISMEHS. 709 Third-AWriue MINERS ASK FOR REPEAL OF WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION Edmonton, AJta., Oct. The pleto repeal of ifao .Workmen's Com- pensation. act and the enactment of now legislation based largely, upon that in vogue la 'Ontario 'and Great Britain Is .demanded In a widely circu- lated and approved petition Tdraiwn up iby tho United Mine .Worlters of Am- erica.- As -yet there Is no Ingicatlpn that the fibvernment wlH accede to the re- quest tlie'-workera -during the- sent session, and the question will pro- bably tor consideration, It iiiy ol vfesHtiq. creation or.a, statin- suranco department, the compu'isory Insurance ol employers, and other1 innovations. in any After declaring 'that the present compensation full of serious dc- ifepts und opens 'th'e way to expeiiBivo litigation, ,the petition urges that a new act he conBtructod embodying the following principles: Proposed Changes 1. All employments, tho employees of .-tha or other' administrative bodies iii the provinc'o to be covered us employees'in other Industries. 2. Cpmpensfftion injuries arising out of and in the cbura'B of employ- ment. 3. CoBipenaation for being disabled, or other .Injuries arising on tg disa iif of, _ result of a specified occupation, :ho Bald "disablement and injuries In tho nature of occupational dis- 4. Entire cost of compemmtion, to rout upon, the employer. 5. In tho caen.of injurieH reMlting in death, tho, dependents, as ouTliricd In tho British act, and utato of Wash- ington act, shall be tho beneffciaries, with tho expenses of tho 1'uneral as outlined also. The doctrlno.'of negligence on the part of or employer, fel- ItfjVrservant or otherwise, ehaW have no place in tho -new, legislation. I. 'State In connection with the. compensation act, creation of a provincial de- partment, of witli three com ihissibhersV'fortbei'purpose of admi- istration of the act. 9. iiisurance 'of eujploj ers in tho state department, by a yea !y tax levied upoh-tho industry or oc cupation, covering tlie risk of tlie par tlcular Industry or occuriation. 10. TJie tax shall be upon the yearl wage roil. II. No employer shall attempt t pay the tax by deduction of wages o employee, by agreement or otherwise such action to be Regarded its a gros misdemeanor as "'provided for in th sCafe'bf Washington legislation. 12. The schedules of payment unde the act to be based upon the pa> ments under the'British tict, with th proportional increase duo to the di !ereuce in the wages in this province reflecting tlie difference in the cos of living. 13. The provincial government shal provide revenue for the creation of a department of insurance Mr.- .pasgrain will not be opposed, while the Liberals will be allowed to return a member for Westmoreland, which was represented- by the late 3on. Henry Eramerson. In this way, it is .pointed out, political cqntro- vfjrsy could be avoided, and set iii the mother .country; fol- lowed in Canada. TODAY'S .VIEW.'-. ,1 Oct. air of deep nystery 'hangs over Parliament'Hflf Today fJhouJti -Mr. Casgrain succeed tfr Naniel he will likely sit for Tec-: ebcamj, the seat now held by the of. Inland. Revenue. Should Mr. JN'antel not go to the cailway board and remain a member 'of the House 6i Commons, Mr. Cas- grain will, dontest either Jacqtues Oar- tier, which is vacant, or Berthier, where Mr. Barret, .the sitting mem- bee, is prepared to resign in his Fav- or. A considerate fe-arrangemcmt is possible. The situation is likely to be shortly and then the gov- ernment will decide as -to a general election. The feelingTtti.day is that.tho .prospect for a general election before the end of Uhe year is growing less, the Al- berta Federation of Labor, which is in will throw the weight of its' influence against pro Jiibition of the sale-of liquor was cvl dent this morning, when two reselu: tions 'were presented on tho subject The Brewery Workers' Union were particularly anxious to have the re solutions passed, and from the speech es made by the delegates it is evident there will be little opposition to eith er when they come to a vote this af teraoon. The Federation also criticized the Alberta government because the Min- ers' "Union was not given representa- tion, on the Hillcre'st Relief Commis- lilon. Britain Shows the of German Charge Oct, .J.4, 4 15 p. the offioiUl''3war information bureau, the issued a statement denying the. German asser- tion, published, abroad, 'that; although 'Since the beginning1 of the fids furnished the belligeraift gov- ernments twice weekly with a' full list of -all their wounded and prisoners; The British office says ft opened ne- gotlatiqna on August 25 through, the American Ambaesader with a view to exchanging Information regarding pn sonera of war. On repeipt of the Ger- man Great Britain sent the first list of German.priaoners on Sept.. 21. .The first list supplied, by :he German government British pri goners reached the foreign tober 3. No lint of prisoners was re- from the German government prior to that date EX-ALDERMAN'S SON COMMITTED SUICIDE Calffaiy, Alta., Oct, 14, .Percy Stuart, 25, sou of szAIi. Stuart, committed, suicide In the police cells' ajst night by swallowing Stuart had charged fraud, and managed to" arrest" Then he 'was searched after NEW ;KING'i.OF ROUMAN1A Oct. Ferdinand of In, th.e presence of the members the family, the din- llqmatic cd'rpB-and other notables, took of in succes- his linde Charles, accord- ing" to1 a dispatch from Bucharest, by of 'v Amsterdam, to the Central New? agency King Charles died at biaVpouiitry aeat'rluSinala on Saturday. MAYORALTY CAKDlDATE WITHDRAWS FROM FIELD Medicine: Hat, AJta., Oct. Milne, who recently announced him- self asra candidate for mayor, Has withdrawn. A Ratenayers' cssoctotion to be formed, and Us first task will be to select a candidate Rev. Dr. Chown, general superin- teident ot tlie 'Methodist church, -will hejreafter reside In Toronto instead of Vancouver; BERLIN TO RECOGNIZE THIS TREATY Berlin, Oct has officially announced -by uit Get- man government that the status of :tEe river water- way which- leads to Antwerp will be regarded by Germany as -heretofore. There will 'be no Question, of forcing or using it for purposes not f auctioned the treaties with the Netherlands. The" notinca- tfon to this f effect Teas sent "this morning. AUCTION SAL ARMSTRONG RA WORTH BROS. EVERY- DAY AT 2 Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Ek. all to go regardless of cost 1 j vf J ,'i We especlalljr inyite our old friends and customers to attend these sales arid take advantage of tlie-great bargains, are selling nothing but our Original Stock personally guar- antee everything sold, and desire to see oar regular customers secure these bargains. Biiyjypiir Cliristmsui Presents now, when will do the work of REMEMBER AUCTlbN EVERY DAY-COMMENCING AT 2 p.m. ARMSTRONG 4 BROS., JEWELERS Mr. and Mra. .Frederick Belts o London, Ont., hafte' Issued invitation to the marriage of tho daughter, Katl loon Cronyn, to Leslie Dalrymple Li ly, of Calgary, on the afternoon of Oc lober 17, at Cronyn Memorial nliurcl London. Hon. Katlierine ViiHers, who sfuc' the spring has -been acting as lady-in waiting.to I-I.R.H, the Princess Patri cJa, sailed from Montreal last weel for England. Miss Vlliers was one o the to Her Majestj Queen Mary and will return to tha office. At the home of the bride's brother in-law, Rev. Allen E. Armstrong, Or; ole road, Toronto, the marriage wa 'Bolerantzetl of Arlotta Hazel .McNeely B.A., oC Medicine Hat, Alta., and Dr George iLyall Hodgins, of Weston, Ont C. McKenzie, of the New Dayton branch of the Bank of Commerce, hat. been transferred to Coleman. Carmangay The home of 'Mr and Mrs. J. R.Snyder was the scene of a quiet ou Wednesday af whjel .thejr. daughter, Fanny was united in .marriage Mr. (X H MeBEinger. The. wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. J. Morriam pastor of ,the Methodist church, in the presence of a few. intimate friends o the family. bride was go'wned In white satin draped with lace and was given away by. her father. Mra..C. 'W Folk played the wedding march while the bride entered the room.- TJie young couple left on the train for Cal- will visit points in Saskatch ewah before returning. On their re- Alta Vista Boulevard. Westminster church's anniversary nlgh'f was a decided auc- ceaa. The crowd was large and pro- visions served most appetizing. The program following the supper was greatly enjoyed. The numbers were as follows Piano solo, Mr. Kay; violin solo, Paul ftlatson solo, Mr, Stok solo, Miss Hall; male quar- tette, Messrs. Owen, Stokl Annetten and Jamicson Mr. Biyicc solo, Mr. Owen reading-, Miss Simm, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kress spent the week end with, relatives in Nanton Little Miss Buelah Kopas returned with them to spend a few days In the city The marriage of Mr. David Spen- cer, to Miss Maude Ethelyn Lenz, of lebjrade, Minn., "took" place" at Great Tans on .Oct; 1st. The young couple arrived In .town ou Tuesday, evening and will .make their home ,Globe. Miss Dorothy Young has, entered he- Utah 'Stock of Salt City, and Is now serving a splfln- preparatory to en ering on her'real stage career. Miss roung will make good behind the foot- Leader; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Follis, of Mac- eod, spmt Thanksgiving witih hterir.Miss Follis, -at the Vio- a Mansions. Mrs: Morgan ajid Miss Kingv gave a Jtchen towel shower ID honor of the irides-to-hD Miss Barassin and Miss lickey. The 66 Sewing Circle met at Irs.' Morgan's residence, 5th .ye. S. and hemmed the towels. served, at eleven 'clock'. Friday .nvcnlng lost Mr. and Mrs. F. Reynolds entertained a number f friends at their bomf by giving a. ormal dance. friends'wlio were entertained were Mr, and Sirs. C. W. Barnes, Mr and Mrs R Shanks, Jr. and Mrs.'J. A; Mitehell, Mr. and rg. Mason, of Nanton, Mr. and Mr R. Watt, Miss.B.Brarcn and Miss Jameson, as well as Messrs Wm. Uotlatt, R. Forbes and L. 0. Short- eed Keview. The wedding will take place at 9 ing at ilda Pa St Mary's nkhurst, the mothers in Leth- 'clock this eveni hurch' of Miss Hil West daughter of Mr. and His Pankhurst this citf, to Ohie! aulds, ai the Taher Fire department, ormcrly of Lethbridge. Rev H. 'E. Green representing the hurohes, .and Mr. P. Filmer the ity schools will speak at the Moth- rs meeting in the Y M C A tomor- ow. The secretaries of the Y will Iso tiess the mothers A special invitation is issued to the teachers ol public and Sunday schools, as well as all the bridge. The Central W. C; T. U. will hold their monthly meeting tomorrow af- ternoon at 3 3D o'clock at the resi- dence of Mrs Frank Semerton, 12j7 6th Ave. S near Thirteenth St The Ladles' Aid society of West- minster will meet. ..tomorrow afternoon in the church at 3 o'clock. It Is important that there should be a large attendance, as i important business is to be considered. The 'Alexander Oatt Chapter, 'I. O. D. E will meet on the fourth Thurs- day of tho month instead of on the third.1 as tho Y. M C. A auditorium is not available on the first date set. The weekly meeticx ol the Knot Church Guild was held In the church school room on Monday night. About 20 members of .tie. .Guild .wen pres- ent, and thorougnljr enjoyed" wry Interesting talk 6a tlie Zenana 'Mis- lion of India by Him who is here on bet vacation Itom For the Benefit of Those who Are Paid Tomorroib, We Have Been Able to Secure the Services ot Mr. Burt for One More Day. AS TOMORROW 'is 'the loth and pay-day, for many people, we have heen ahle to se- cure the services of Mr. Burt, the "lightning for. an other day. Coupons will he good until tomorrow night. All sales tomorrow; will count on your .pictures. Come tomor- row and secure an Oil Painting. See Mr. Burt in the window. Chief among the Specials These Oxfords for Smart styles in Men's Oxfords; gunmetal and patent leather in button.and Mucher styles. All sizes In the assort- fl> AC. mont. and JB.50 values I..4Q Men's Negligee Shirts 'Men's Negligee Shirts, fine materials In pretty designs and colorings. Style is soft cuffs with collars to match 4 Afj Regular 52.00 lines....................................... ifiO- Sample Handkerchiefs 300 of these Sample Handkerchiefs, the complete output of makers' lines. Every. Rtyle is here trom the cheapest colored llnea to the most elaborate dace trimmed lines. On sale at LESS THAN MAKERS' PRICE i Sale of Gloves Pl 500 Dairs of Ladies' and -Children's Fahric Me manufacturers' complete sample lines. Worth in the regui- 4Qfi lar way from 25c to pair. On sale at per pair 6c to Toilet Pins Special Fancy Toilet Plas, carded.vfand in manufacturers' 0'-J complete output. Values from1 5o to'-15c-7-for 2o.to........OC Special in Sealers The popular "New Gem" screw-top Sealer in the, quart size, 26 dozen to hurry out tomorrow. .Just Per Tungsten Lamps Brilliant white -light and very economical. 20 WATTS 30c 40'VVATTS 40c 60 WATTS 50c 7oc Ladles' Corsets one of our latest models, lace trimmed long hip and back. Cut of fine coutll All sizes Regular price Special f OC Ladies' ICiinbnas Ladles' Bfdefdonn Eimonas, made of plain and npnfe eider- dowo In all shades Warm ana oomfy filling Satin 'band trimming, all sizes Regular ?375 2 tiozen ORANGES For.............. 3 Cans FRENCH PEAS for 35c 20c "SEAL OF QUALITY" FLOUR CHEESE Per pound SILVER SKIN ONIONS, for 3 pounds for 49 pound sack ONE 6-OZ. RCKG OF E6GO BAKING POWDER FREE WITH EACH ORDER OF FLOUR EQUAL EGS, equal to 6 dozen eggs EQUAL EGO, to zyz dozen 50c Hudson's Bay Co. A PAIR OF BQOTS .Just alter the -car broke out a Can- adian foootmaking linn got an orfler from the Canadian government to make pairs of. boots for the. army. manager of the 'company, miking a, speech to the employees, gave some good advice, to show what every wtrker might do to sure that every boot that went on a.Can- a'ilan aoldlefs foot in v as good aPans other part Ms eqilll ment He showed that a poorly filled sole, a rotten counter in the a badly-sewn seam or a defective arch might spoil a soldier's efficiency in the field.. In view ottlie fact that the war is teaching us all to be soldiers one way or another, suppose we apply a little of this bootmaking philosophy to the boots we wear in everyday life A man is known by the tiools he wears, Looking over the honor roll of your boots past and probably made in Canada how do they comr pare for efficiency with the things you have bought from other countries? Ttas writer of'thls article has been looking over this He has reviewed a few i rotten iboots, some middling, and some absolutely unimpeachable At this moment he has a pair on which he foought elevA months ago and has. worn every day Sundays and tlie day lie took tbeiu to the to get new1 heels In those bl, honor there ig not a 'break, jn lhs sole? nor a ripped seam nor a. crack In the leather, nor a counter In, the lieel. That pair .of 'MoU couldn't have 'be.en better valua. for if theyr had? been made oath-- In, a time of war for a Canadian 'sbldter o year maintaining thj honor of his country abroad. The man who mndo them had the honor of his firm on hlft conscience. When he jut them oil the market he charged a good price be- cause he knew they were worth it. Those boots were made la flsiuuii, Canadian leather, by Canadian workmen, paid In Canadian money by a firm financed on Canadian capital. What ia true of boots is equally true of the thousand and one other ar- ticles that Canadians bur. In tlie small proportion of cases where it is not true, It can be made true. those few manulacturers mar -well take a leaf from the book of the man- ager who made Hie speaoh on good bootmaking to h's employees. Nbor that Canadian manufacturers m go' ing out to increase the consumption of geois mate In Canada, they, see'to it that no man has a of argument to why ha should 'not spend his money foe Canadian-nude goods Gathering of Home Grown' Flower Seeda AdvlMd TWi Year Owing to the war in Europe, flower seeds be no plentiful next year or the, year in Canada; as quantity-'of .the flower seed that li sold In the Dominion grown in Germany, and the operations' of growing and harvesting the seed there must have beep much Interrupted this year, and may be carried on with dif- ficulty next year. Canadian grown teed has been found to give-very ait- Mactory results and the Dominion Horticulturist advises every one who has garden to be on the safe side, and save some seed thti year. Even If there li an abundance of Imported seeds it bs interesting to Cora- pire thll home grown with that trom abroad BOTAI. THK POPULAR PIONEER LINK ASSURED SAILINGS nrad t. IHMMW 8.8. PRBTORIAN PCTQMII CUM HESPERIAN J90W.