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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE OAILY HERALD FHIDAY, OCTOnjJIV 13, 1915. CANADA'S PART IN THE WAR (Continued Iran Pago vclopmcnt as soon as the country oiittw nas ie.ii mav serve to prepare us ior some oi the'changes which are inevitable dur- ins; the next half century. it is a highly important fact thai since 1S15 the exception oi .tu.e Crimean War the intervention of Uri- tain in continental politics have been I'Ciirally in behali of tire of nationality, and in defence of small states.'So early as Idol Bri- tain had tasen the kingdom ol under her protection, and Well- ington himself said at Torres edras, "The .honor and interest of our coun- try- require that we should hold our around here as long as possible. In 1837 Britain interpcs.-d with decisive effect at the .Battle of ID rciiirabei that 1. The navy has driven the enemy's commence of; the sea. 2. The commerce of Britain and France is today more secure than lias been during any pre- vious, great war. 3 Tile German fleet has remained up to the pr.'snit secure in protected waters. Troops from all psris of the EmpiK have been transpcrted toBn-j tain', and thence with British troops i in numbers unheard of have been moved to the continent with au minimum ci loss. 5. The gre.it2St military power in j the worlrt lias flati its colonies wrest- ed irom it one by one and has not j been able to land a man or a gun in To auote from the Xew York BKITISil' SAILGKS ENJOY BATH ON DECK OF SUBMABINE against any inte endanger the ind erland or her po liberty on the c rity oi Norway Photo taken in the Dardanelles shows two members of a British sub- narine's crew taking a bath on the deck of the submersible; in a canvas tu-b. Contest Divorce which could "Except ior the British .N'avv, Gcr-1 of Swirz- many today would be master of OTI MfS. GttUlt "Sweden was alleled military resources, gate menTri 'DMrnarlfBrifain protested warfare alone teen able to determine WasMngloIli Oct 1.1._How presi. Ottawa, Oct. 14.-Thc notice ot vigorously, and only her inability to the jesuh. dominati0n of Ihe dent Wilson went down on his knees application for divorce; given out at S5 Sitarv SSlSS and led in a of r, recent meeting w as torn inuun CC5S caused a flutter of ,apolis the by Bishop AD- excitemeilt t Ottawa. Both Qault derson. of. .Cincinnati. A caoinct hjs are rated in mil. lions. They .have frequently been at member told a senator, the senator told the bishop, and the-.bishop told the Methodist Episcopal'conference Ottawa for social functions and have been quests' at Rideau Hall. When the "Vhen the -president arrived at he out ilajor Gault was the cabinet meeting, said Bishop An- P TORONTO 11 If I told TOO fit the good pointa of raj Bob Loaf Glotta, you mirht be frightened to ask the price. But go right to It; they coit no more than the cheap and will give jou double the aervlce. "I want ;nu to examine the 'Bob Long' Glove I havede- sijMd tar jour iob. 1 have: isc'wve rights in Canada for tlu celebrated patented Samson lei me tell you, you'll have a hard, time ripping iktst seuni. Then slip on the glove and how mighiy comfortable they teams and fingers and the thumb are all arranged for a sure easy it it to pick up things. "And they're boil- proof and scorch-proof as well as wear-proof. Strictly UNION MADE IN and your dealer returns your money if you are not absolutely You can't posaibly lose I" R. G. LONG CO., LIMITED WINNIPEG ENO7TN FROM COAST TO COAST BRITISH OFFICERS AT THE DARDANELLES Ofllcers on an un-named ship "-watching the landing and bombardment operations at Suvlft Bay. -f d WJth ,ft derson, "his face wore a solemn look. wnn-nis nana oi uou. vvli 1; Every minister, in the land should ev- jneete is the petittoif.lor W. B. Northrop, M.P. for Bust Hast- minant feature in the Brit pre illustration has reierence i i" '5h "ee to the consideration oi the depend- ence of, the Empire upon sea-power. For as W inland people, with IS FINE FOR oi our Sildren entirely unfamiliar the and with those who go down to'the sea-in. ships, .it is.diOi- own oe cult to get a correct perspective aid sane judgment of naval problems, Certainly no one here will deny tie importance of the recognition of all the peoples within the Empire, in- land as well as'maritime, of the val- ue of the service rendered by our navy in the past, and its vital im- portance in the present KIDNEYS, QUIT MEAT Flush the Kidneys at once when Back hurts or Bladder bothers. No man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a mistake D- flushing the kidneys occasionally, :says a .well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which clogs the kid.- GERMANY AFTER RUMANIA London, Oct. dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph Go. from Zurich, Switzerland, says: "A Bucharest telegram states that Germany has suspended the postal portance in tne present. forms uric acid wnicn clogs me 'In tba days of Elizabeth, the Eng- nej- pores go they sluggishly ait lish fleet saved England from becom- i strain only part of the waste ing a province of Spain, while the: poisons from the iblood, then you get daring explorers, "who pushed Nearly all rheumatism, head- prows into the setting sun, and made; aches, liver FATAL -JUMP FROM HOTEL Winnipeg, Man, Oct. Germany nas suspemieu uie ;irom a room on the service, and is holding up afl Sherman Hotel, Market Squa.e, stuffs conslened to Rumania over thelat 2 o'clock this morning, QeraaS railways, until the attitude Kelly, aged 27, wu ijjjared to Rumania toward-the central powers such an-eitent that he died four hours becomes more clearly defined." I later In the General Hospital prows no e seng a aces, West, East, enabled the country too' constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, late in the field to become the rival i bladder disorders com trouble, nervousness, s, ______...________ _ from Bluggish of France and Spain in the Newlkldneys. World In -the Second Hundred The moment you feel a dull ache in Tears' War it was the navy kidneys or your back hurts, or cave Britain the carrying trade of I if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full tfi- world and enabled la to sediment, irregular of passage or ferritorv which she', had gained. On' attended, bj-a sensation of sea Iding, fssential factor m the success of for a fcn- days and military operations The nwy hasj Hdneys will then act fine. This ever protected MoU-e. i famous salts is made from the acid torn invasion, ana has teen the cre-j and lemon juke, combined ator and bond of the Empue, the means by which it has grown must be maintained. and B with lithia and has been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys uuwv uu u.-....------ stimulate them to activity, also The great advantage posEesssd by to neutralize the acids in urine so it lritain has been her position as longer causes irritation, thus end- alone. She has never been ing Bladder disorders. cej-JJlMV UL O11C iiti' tj- IILI-JI greatly concerned in fighting on the continent since Waterloo until today. She has maintained her azmy on a " basis, largely for the'defence ot distant possessions, while the countries of the continent have heea turned into vast armed tamps ab- scirblng the interests, the lives, and the we-Jttb of her people. Jad Salts is inexpensive and can- not injure; makes a delightful effer- vescent, lithia-water drink which all regular meat eaters should take now and'then to keep the kidneys clean and the Wood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney .complications.- Higinuotham Limited, -J. D, Drug- For Best Results, Absolute Safety and Quick Returns Ship Your Grain Through James Richardson Sons, Ltd. The Oldest and Strongest Grain Company of Exporter! in the Trade PHONE US FOR PRICES. If WILL PAY Hyde Saunders District Agents Wholesale Dealers in Hay and Grain Lethbridge ery time he otters __. Wborirow Wilson by the lead him into the presence and ask that he be given strength to continue to he the great apostle ol peace among-men." T DO iSnOUlQ 10 M. take souted and "this document sets forth aoa Cyril Boyce, M..P. for Al- hand and the grounds upon which, dissolution jomai have been mentioned for some of God, of the marriage is sought as candidates for the position, in support of or against the petition Dut IB understood the plum will go is then taken by the Divorce the Toronto man: mittae pi the Senate, if the mittee regards it as justifying the charge, a bill granting divorce is passed as a parliamentary enactment BUILDING ACTIVITY AT CARDSTON Cardston, Alta., Oct. is going ahead rapidly on the new addi- tion to the Ciihoori Hotel, which ad- joins Ilie present .building on the northwest. A town's prosperity can always be judged-by the amount of hui'idlng un- der :way, and .it la safe, to say that Gardston at the present season Is enjoying progress that cities of ten times the size cannot boast. Outside of the'ahove there Is'now in course ot erection buildin modern school Duce Bros.' store; M. A. Coomb's' store; numerous residences throughout the town, and the 000 L.D.S. temple. Also all three lum- ber companies are reporting a brisk trade. FOR UNIVERSAL SERVICE Calgary, Alta., Oct. Cruik- shank, D.O.C. Military District No. 13, came out Hat-tooted.In favor ot uni- versal service, when ho unveiled .1 roll oC honor at Central Methodist church tonight. In pointing put that all the countries wlth'which the Em- pire was at war had a system which enabled them tile-men pre-; ciseiy where they .were needed roost, Col. OrA'iUshank ?.declans4. .that the volunteer system resulted ;in many coming forward who v.erft.too old or too young, w.hile manv others who would be ot service the front, stay, ed behind. Building stone made in Germany from blast furnace slag and limo grows harder as it agei ECONOMY -'There is only way you can economise, that is, by buying at dependable markets. We are in a position to pay cash for what we buy, thfr result Is you are assured of reasonably priced meats of the highest quality and the cleanest and most efficient service in the city. WEEK-EfTO SPECIALS SPRING LAJVli SFfeING VEAL SPRING CHICKENS Our Butter Values arc the Best in the City 65c .......G5c 35c All our Markets conform to the Pun Food Laws of Canada. COLDSTREAM CREAMERY 2 for...................... CRYSTAL CREAMERY 2 SHAMROCK CREAMERY Per pound P. Burns Co., Limited MAIN South. Phenw 412 MM DOMINION 4th Ava. and ith St. Wialw 1IM, PALACE North. SAVINGS FOR THE WORKING MfiN Working Men Can Save Money on Clothing This Fall It costs less to outfit a man or a child at this store This season we have bccix able fo buy an assortment of Clothing for Working Mcu that -wiiniave a fascination for the As you know, AVC specialize in working men's garments and carry (he fmest Stock of Clothing. Sheep-lined Coats. Overcoats, Sweaters. Shirts, etc. in the city. Besides, we GUARANTEE A LOWER PKICE. W.E POSITIVELY WILL NOT UNDERSOLD. TER POOPS FOR THE MONEY. OR LESS MONEY THE SAME GOODS. This aught to be a successful bid for your ibusmoss any rale we invite Inspection. Our lines of Children's Clothing are complete. 'We have a-line ol Boys' Shoes which we specially recommend. The price cannot be duplicated and the shoes will please you, We can outfit your chil- dren from top to tpc and save you dollars. t The Palace Next Bank of ;