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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914 THE LETiVi-iKIDGE DAfZ-f HERALD PAGEFIVI; KING'S HOTEL 13TH STREET NORTH Dinner, Sunday, October 18th 5.30 -p.rn.--7.30 p.m. .50c MENU: V ._. Home made Pickles Iced Celery SOUP Cream of Oyster FISH Boilod Sliver Salmon, Potlt" Pols ENTREES Devilled Veal, Kidney Saute aux Champignons .Orange Fritters au Rhum ROASTS Stuffed Spring Chicken. Cranberry' Jolly Prime Klbs of Beef, au VEGETABLES 9 Hashed'Potatoes Steamed Potatoes Tomatoes DESSERT English Plum Pudding, Cognac Sauce Deep Apple Pie- Biscuits and Cheese Tea Coffee _: TIME TONIGHT AT WAR TIME Old Friends are Best-Hamlin's made of the fines t'nndmpst costly ma- tenalseverputmtoahnunent Never Injurious, always effective. Sends its antiseptic healing oils right fa where the rheumatimv sprains, sore throats cats, asthma, cold oa the phut All dnmlita. Fsaium WnH HAMLINS WIZARD OJE COi.'TORONTO LONDON SALOONS AND RESTAURANTS CLOSE EARLY London, Get e'osmg hour for restaurants, clubs and saloons, which "toad fixed at the early stages 6f the war at 11 o'clock at night will be made ln .o'clock beginning on Monday next At Woolwich and Greenwich the closing hour win be 7 p.m., and the suggestion has, been made that-no, saloon 1( o'clock in the .mornjns, instea'd of 5 or 6 as at present The curtailment ot the Hljhf onnarentlv due to the desire of the authorities'to keep drinking ata minimum Fine Old Gentleman Suffered 40 Years With His Kidneys He even had Hemorrhages from the Kidntys, soyouxmay know how bad he was. Yet today, at 07 years, Mr. Alien is able to do a good day's work or enjoy drivejvith- out the least pain. This is what Gin -Pills did T.hey will do as much for you if.you have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble. Port Elgin, N.E. November 12th. "I feel it my duty, for the sake oLthose afthcfed with simitar trou- bles, to send von these few lines about Gin Pills. I am yews old antf have been troubled with Kidnev TronbJe sintol nasflSyM rsold. This was brought on by my getting over-heated and then sitting en cold1 steps in a draught. At last, I had Hemorrhages of the I went to three doctors and tried most everything ocfthe market but got HO relief. I got weak, had twin, and Juatfttu In the Back; often, Iliid to lie down during thcdt-y and it bnrt me tobt on a waggon. I began to think there was no'help for me. Ific bleeding continued Tor 14) months until I just happened, to Gin Pills winch has now put im end to the trouble. Now t can look back over IS mouths Rt from guttering and ttnxious c.are, I can do q tolSn ctiores.drive all day, pain, although I aiu still iiLmg 2 pill, a as they KCUI to make tilings easier." JEREMIAH ALUSN Gin Fills are sold by dealers eTerywnere at 60c.ii boxes for AO. Trial treatment sent free, on request These pilU'wn In hfA in .tha v 2W rUtUul Drug Jt Chemiwl Co. of Teromto FARMERS CO-OPERfcTIVE DID A THRIVING BUSINESS IN PORK SOUTHERNER ON EXECUTIVE Made-iu-CiuuuLUi Calgary, Oct. feature of yesterday's concluding session of thu shareholders of 'the Alberta Farmers' j Co-operative Elevator company, tlie cordial and whole-hearted ep- j dorseuient of the administration of the company's atfairs as directed by General Manager E. J.'Freain, anjl tbe other executive officors. The en- dorsation followed the reading of Mr. Fream's report, In he made reference to the fact tiat he had been charged with irregularities and viola- tion of the elevator's act, Mr. Freatn sai'd tbe charuos had bceii made the is ,of a writ against him 'and the company, and the case is now before the courts. To a suggestion on Fream's part, that the matter be investigat-l and that if the shareholders thought ;vise, he" would step down! and out of the managerial there was a riot of disapproval, and a resolution endorsing the manage- ment, ami the work of the executive board generally, wss carried unani- mously. PROFIT IN YEAR Tno elevator company-handled over bushels of grain in its 78 elevators during the fiscal year, and made a profit of approximately 000. The delegates decided to give up any claim for .dividends, voting to carry the year's profits forward to the profit ami loss account.. lit was decided that there should be" bo discrimination in. prices, as between mcmbors of the .United who are not shardiolders of; the? elevator and members who are. SOUTHERNER ON EXECUTIVE Charles F. Brown, of Rlchdale; Rice Jones, of Veteran, and R. A. Parker, "of Bow Island, wore elected to the "executive committee, the hold- .over, members of which are JV. J. Tregillus, E. J, Fream1 and .E. Cars- well, all of Calgary P. Austin of Ranfurly, J. Quinsey.of Noble, and liicB Shepard of Edniojiton. COMPANY .DID THRIVING' PORK BUSINESS 5ft. Freanr .reported a 'startling year's -business in hogs by com- pany. Since June 30, he -said, the company had handled of hoes, an average of 1000 "a'week. TCie 'profit to the company a result of the company lield'as .hog farriiers Have behefitted to'-.tlie: extent of haH a cent a pound on all the pork they sold Before they entered tha business, it.was common for a buyer to make from S50 to-5150 a oar, .while now tbe dealer wfto makes from ?10 a oar considers him- self lucky. HANDLING- OF. COMMODITIES Mr; Fream told in detail'.of the successful efforts of tbe company to supply its shareholders witli flour; lumber, twine, wire, -fenccpcsts, fruit and "other supplies, and success had been met, he said, in almost sv cry cndeayor, the being sold to the farmer "at prices slightly in excess of the wholesale figure. CHURCH SERVICES A Book about Corsets We have prepared a taste- fully illustrated' little book showing manynew models in Corsets Will gladly send you a copy free upon request. It will help you choose the model best suited to CROMPTON CORSET CO. Limited 78 York Street, TORONTO The Associated Board of Ihe Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON, 'ENGLAND. for Local Examinations In Mnslc PATRON His Majesty Ihe King. Mnsic Examinations 1915 to tbo Pupils of Teachers of Mutte. Thf Ammal Eliminations !ti Fiwciical Music and Theory will be held throughout Caiiada in May and June. 1915. An examin- ation in Theory oiily will be held November nth 19u, application to be made by October i An exhibition about 5500 offered annually also 2 Gold and a Silver Medals. Syllabus, Music for Hieexammationsand all particulars may be obtained on opplfca- B. WARING DAVIS, 77? Sailer Street, Mnntrul. (Resident Secretary for Canada.) Parents find Tcadicra wishing to enter tlieir-pupils for these examinations should have their a jiucn PJOCI.G uuLiiig iUt. 5 A Christian college-home, healthful situation. the Principal (Richard Harding Davis, in the Lon- don Recoived in London Sept. 29. the Pans papers tins morning the of- ficial German excuse tor the. bom- bardment of Reims is published. It states that the .French batteries were so placed that to repljiijg to them it was impossible to avoid shelling the city. This excuse ilou8 not flatter.'the in- ielligence. It shows an indifference to the indignation the civilised world that is insolent Jt would be proper tov tell wliere the French tcrite were, but I know exactly -where they were, and if Gciman guns aimed at them and by error and hit the cathedral German marks- mansmp is deteriorating To tad the range, artillery send what 'in the American Army, are call- ed "brace aimed.at a point beyond the mark, one short of it. From the explosions of these two shells the gunner is able to de- termine'how fat he is off the target, id accordingly regulates his sigMs Not more than three at tho most, of thtse cvpenmcntal "brace" shots should be necessary, and as one of sach purposely aimed to fall short of the tjrget only three Ger- man shells as-thsre were''two French Gorman shells should have fallen into the city. MISSED BY A-MILE Yet for lour davs the rilv was bom raided. To makc'.sure, I asttadPrehcK, SngUsh and American army officers xrfay what margin of, errtr they thought excusable after the range was determined They all agreed that after his noge was found an artillery officer who missed it by from 50. to .00 yards ought' to be coart-mirtial- oil. The "missed" by one ijiile. I walked over tho district that had iccn destroyed by these "accidental" hots, and it sfretched from the north-oastern outskirts. of Rhaimi. in la straight line to the cathedral. Shells tbat fell short of the cathe- dral for a quarter of a mile deitroy- pt> eatittly ttirei city, blockp, MILITARY POST FOR BISLEY MARKSMAN I Ottawa, Ont, Oct 16 appotnt- m'ent of Captain Mortimer, the well- known rifle expert and famous Bisley shot, to be assistant master of ord- nance.in Ottawa, is'aniounced today. SEAL BHAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Never Surpassed PacKed in and two pound only. CHASE SANBORN 1 MONTREAL. I to CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CaUItCK OF CHRIST, 6, Hull Block. Ser- vice at eleven m. Wednesday ov- testimony meeting, 8.00 p.m. The reading room Is open to every- one every day from throo to five p.m. Kveryono Is cordially Invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S A. H. Rosonthal, pastor; Rev. p. Mini- wcgen, assistant. Mass 9 a.m. High Mass, H a. m. Sunday school 3 'p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. I OHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADBLPHIANS Meet in fie Moose Hall, lllglnbolliaui Block, i Entrance 5th St. and 2nd Ave. south. Wednesdays at 8 p. ra. Bible class, Sundays at 3 p. m. to commemorate the Lord's death, and at 7.30 p. m. "to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of Goii." "God's Remedy for tho Troubled by Sidney T. Ilatsford. All teats free.' No col- lection. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifta .street, as followi: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting; 3 p.m., praise mooting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights; Monday, S p.m., publlo meeting, led by ilstera; Wednesday, 8 p.m.. Soldiers' meeting; Thursday, I p.m.. Salvation meeting, Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easy meetlne. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHIUST Of LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corner of Seventh Ave. and 12th street. I a.m., Sunday 2 p.m. sacra- ment meeting. Visitors always wel- !come. Bishop Geo.' IV. Green, 1016 Second Ave. S. Phone 1193. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S. FIRST LUTHERAN CIIURCH-Corncr Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minis- ter, October IS, English services, at II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 3 p.m. Sunday school. ANGLICAN ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner Second Ave. and Eighth St. Rev. Canon Murrel-Wright, rector, Matins 11 a.m. Holy Communion ev- ery Sunday morning at 8 a.m. and at the eleven o'clock service on first Sunday of the month. Evensong 7.30 Sunday school 10 a.m. ST. MARY'S C. H. Popharo, rector. Holy Communion 8 a.m. and Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month at eleven o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. Sun- day school 3 p, m. Evensong 7.30 p. m. ST. .CYPRIAN'S Eighth avenue and Eleventh street S. Rev. Canon McMillen, Rector. Sun- day, October 18 will bs observed as "Children's when the addresses at the.llVnj. and 7.30 p.m. services will be on their duties and responsibilities to their children. Holy Communion will be celebrated, at S.30 Rally Day services in connec- tion with the Sunday school" ".3 p.m. Classes for all ages, "from' five to and a hearty welcome for all always CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH Corner Third avenue and Eighth street: Rev. J. B. Pickel, pastor. Bible school at 10.30. a.m. Services at 11.00 a.m. Subject, "The Kingdom ProphRcied.'. Children's subject, "The Unexpected.'.' Christian Endeavor at 6 30 service at 7.30, subject, "Receiving Knowledge." BAPTIST FIFTH AVENUE H. Elmer Green, pastor, will preach at II a.m. on "Seeking for Loaves and at 7.30 p. m.-on "Oom- rades." Wednesday, 8 p. m. B. Y, P. U. meets. The Home Mission Day and Rally Bay have been postponed: until Oct. 25. FIRST David Ross will preach in the morning on VThe Duty of and in the even- ing on "Life's 'Uncertainties." PRESBYTERIAN ST.' ANDREWS A. C. Bryan, pastor, 11 a m Morning iuhject, "Prayer 3 p m Junior Sunday school, 3.15 p m., Senior Sunday scnoOI and Bible classes 730 pm., "Campaigning in Canaan a Scrap of 'Tliread K.NOX tomorrow at 11 a.m and 7 30 p m conductedj by. Rev. Dr.' Dundonald. Morning subject, Science in its Relationship to the Fundamental Doctrine of Evening subject, "A Storv of Wonderful Love B.ig brother's class at 1 30 Boys' Department at 2. All other de- partments of Sunday school and adult'Bible class at 3.: Chinese class at 4. .The call to Rev. A. H. Denoon will He for signature in the vestibules before and after each servieo to at- ford every member and adherent an opportunity o! signing same. Full chorus choir at both services one cordially invited METHODIST WESTMINSTER CHURCH-UeT J B. Francis, pastor Class meeting 'at 10 am Quarterly Junior congre- gation rally at 11 An illustrate ed address on "Tlie.Message of the Beavers Distribution of prizes to prize winners Men's Own at 4 p m Rev. A. C Bryan will speak on "The Divine Quadrilnterial Conduct." ID evening Rev. Francis will preach on "Pre-emption This is ttie 5th anniversary of the founding ot West- minster, and eieryone is cordially IIP vltcd to join in commemorating tie event. WESLEY 0. H. Cohbledick, pastor; residence, 129 Eleventh street, 'pljone 404. Moraine subject, "The Memge ol the Broken Nest" 3 p m. Bible school, 5.80 ;m. "Moses thp .Emancipator Tetaus haroah the Autocrat." Good music by the _ tUrtcvsth North aiiemble on Lord'i lor Oa A tt U Every Woman, Who Wishes Those Charms of Purity and Freshness of Complexion, Should Be a Regular User of Fruit Juices in The Form of If You Are Not Satisfied With Complexion, Improve It With SINCE tbe days of Cleopatra, a soft, .clean, roaetinted-akiB kM' meant beauty. It does today j yet beautiful complexions noticeable because of their rarety. A smooth, glowing ilfln may be had by every woman, who Trill use a little t'alii Pimples, blotches, billheads and other blemiihes are tho, ranlti fi faulty skin action. over the little of ifce skin should be busy carrying away the various poisons slid impurities forttct in the body. Nature delegates this work to the kidneys, bowels, and skin. If, therefore, the pores of the skin biscomeclogged, or if UieothsrbrgpM dp not do their work properly, the action of the akin is impeded Ud disfigurement follows. "Fruit-a-tives' from fruit directly on bowl If, liver and skin. It tones up allthose organs, enabling them to do their wont properly and at the same time, induce! vigorous skin epini up tte pores of the skin. is nature's beantr everj iroohu irho takM "Fruit-a-tives" will find a great improvement, not only In heir ctmplerica, but also in her general health. 50c. bor, 0 for trial sire, SSc. At all dealer! or Hct-pMtplM W receipt of price by Fruit-a-tirea Ottawa. preaching at 7.30 .p.m. Bible reading, Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Hall, 6th Ave., North. Sunday at 11 a.m. Remembering the Lord's Dalth. 7.30 p.m. Gospel meeting. Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer and Q.ospel meeting. Everybody, welcome, The International Bible Students' Association meets every Tuesday ev- ening at 8 o'clock, at 625 12th St. S. All interested are invited. CHINESE BUY A FARM Ixmdon, Ont., Oct. Chi- nese are about to purchase a farm for the purpose of giving employment to compatriotos out -of :worlt.. lIMfty Chinese will he given employment .on the the products of which will be utilized by Chinese merchants and restaurants of city. 'Mrs. W. wife of a prom- .nent Port Wil'iiam real estata and insurance man, attempted suicide. SHOT WIFE AND THEN. SHOT, HIM8ILI" Winnipeg, Mam., Dot W.-r-Mw. A. Ward, cashier In the retail butcher ahop of the Case Co., at 624 Notro Dame was murdered by a man believed to be her husband, who afterwards attempted aulelde. The murdered man is said to- bo In a pre- carious condition.. Winnipeg, Mai, Oct. will be no inqueit over the death of Harry Ward and his wife, victims :n tho murder and suicide today. It is believed Ward wag temporarily in- sane as the result of.hlq jealousy. Mrs. Ward conies from a fine family, the MtiFaddgns, who reside pear Stone- wall. She was a school-teacher fore and after her marriage. She .was twice married, her first husband hav, ing died two years A Salary Inprame McGowan. of Macleod Publlo ichools, has had salary Increased from 11000 to (1100. Famous for their low gas consumption and superior cooking qualities- All burners on Gas Ranges Built to burn natural are fitted with air mixer that economizes gas. 40 different; styles and sizes. See th.e MADE-IN-CANADA Sold by McKeown Hardware Co. Blue Ribbon COFFEE and BAKING POWDER In eyeij initanct where. rou tut Blue Koodi you save money. They go furthor anil less than any other. Order can of BlWxm Coffee and Biking I'owder when The result to money back guaranlM. wltl1 ;